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STATISTICAL RECORD 



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ARMIES OF THE UNITED STATES 



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CAMPAIGNS OF THE CIVIL WAR 

SUPPLEMENTARY VOLUME 



STATISTICAL RECORD 



OF THE 



AKMIES OF THE UNITED STATES 



BY 

FEEDEEICK PIIISTEEEE, 

LAXE CAPTAIN U. 8. AKMY 



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NEW YORK 

CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS 

1883 



May i'S-iSi 






MAY 

18 

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Copyright bt 
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS 



Trow's 

Printing and Hookbinding Company 

201-213 Jias^ i2i/i Street 

NEW YORK. 



THE 

FOLLOWING PAGES, 

COMPILED FROM ARMY ORDERS, REGISTERS 

OP REGULARS AND VOLUNTEERS, 

REPORTS OF THE PROVOST-MARSHAL 

AND THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL U, S. ARMY, 

MEDICAL HISTORY OF THE REBELLION, AND OTHER SOURCES, 

ARE 

RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED 

TO HIS COMRADES 

OF THE 

(^ranb ^rmg of t\)c Republic, 

BT 

FREDERICK PHISTERER, 

LATE CAPTAIN U. S. 'ARM 7, KSGrLA:S ZRIOADE, FOURTKENTH CORPS, 
f BMV OF -fg3a _CUMBSKiuAHi)« , 

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OOE'TEISTTS. 



PART I. 



NUMBEKS AND ORGANIZATION OF THE AEMIES 
OF THE UNITED STATES. 

PAGE 

Calls for Troops, 3 

Organizations Mustered into the Service op the 

United States, 12 

Tabular Statement of Organizations in the Service 

OF the United States during the Rebellion, . 22 
Military Divisions, Departments, and Districts of 

the United States, 24 

Military Departments Alphabetically Arranged, . 50 
Military Division of the United States Forces, . 52 
Principal Armies of the United States, . . .53 

Army Corps 55 

Strength of the Army at Various Dates, . . .02 
Honors Conferred by the Congress op the United 

States in Public Acts, 64 

Losses, . ^ . .67 

National Cemeteries, 77 



viii CONTENTS. 

PART II. 

CHKONOLOGICAL EECOED OF ENGAGEMENTS, 

BATTLES, ETC., IN THE UNITED STATES, 

1861 TO 1865. 

PAGE 

Chronological Record, 83 

Loss IN Engagements, Etc., 213 

Index to Chronological List op Engagements and 
Battles, 220 



PART III. 

EECOED OF THE GENEEAL OFFICEES OF THE 

AEMIES OF THE UNITED STATES DUEING 

THE WAE OF THE EEBELLION. 

PAGE 

General Officers, 247 

General United States Army, 
Lieutenant-Generals United States Army, . 
Major- Generals United States Army, . 
Major-Generals United States Volunteers, . 
Brigadier-Generals United States Army, 
Brigadier-Generals United States Volunteers, 

General Officers of States Entering Service in 
April, 1861, 317 

General Officers Deceased while in the Service, . 318 

Index to Names, . 323 



. 247 
. 247 
. 247 
. 251 
. 262 
. 267 



PART I 



NUMBERS AND ORGANIZATION OF THE 
ARMIES OF THE UNITED STATES. 



STATISTICAL RECORD, 



CALLS FOR TROOPS. 

On April 15, 1861, President Lincoln issued bis proclamation for 
75,000 militia for three months. Under this call there were furnished 
by the loyal States 91,816 men, as follows : 



States. 


Quota. 


Men 
furn:shed. 




780 
780 
780 

l,5fi0 

780 

7S0 

13^80 - 

3,123 

12,500 

780 

3,123 

2,340 

io,i.53 

4,683 
4,683 

780 
7S0 
780 
780 
3.1-^3 
3,123 

'i",566 

7S0 

1,560 


771 


New HampRhire . ... 


779 


Vermont 


782 
3.73H 


Rhode Island 


. 3.147 

2,402 


New York 

New Jersey .... 


13,906 
3,123 


Pennsylvania . ... 


20,175 

775 




Maryland .... 




West Virginia 


900 
4,720 




12,:. 57 


Indiana . 


4.686 




4.820 


Michigan 


781 




817 


Minnesota . . .... 


9£0 




968 




10,591 


Kentucky .... 


Kansas 


650 


Arkansas 

North Carolina ... . . . . 








Total 


73,.S91 


91.816 







4 STATISTICAL HECORD. 

On May 3, 1S61, the President issued another call for troops, which 
was confirmed by act of Congress, approved August 6, 1861. Under 
this call, and under acts approved July 22 and 25, 1861, 500,000 men 
were required; and there were furnished for six months, 2,715 men ; 
for one year, 9,147 men; for two years, 30,950 men; and for three 
years, 657,868 men ; making a total of 700,680 men. 





Quota. 


Men Furnished for 




States and Tereitories. 


Six 
mos. 


One 
year. 


Two 
years. 


Three 
years. 


Total. 


Maine 


17,560 

9.234 

8, 950 

34,868 

4.955 

13.057 

109,056 

19,152 

82.825 

3.115 

15,578 

8.497 

];627 

67,365 

38,832 

47,785 

21,357 

21,753 

4.899 

19,316 

31,544 

27,237 

3,2£5 






'...'.'.'. 


18,104 

8,338 

9. .'508 

32.177 

6,286 

10,b65 

89,281 

11.523 

85.160 

1,826 

9.355 

12.757 

1,795 

83,253 

59,643 

81,952 

23,516 

25.499 

5.170 

21,987 

22,324 

29.966 

6,953 


18,104 
8.338 
9,508 

32,177 
6,266 

10,865 


New Hampshire 

Vermont 


Massachusetts 


Rhode Island 




New York 


1 .<i0.9.fifl 


120,231 
11,523 


New Jersey 




■■■■■■ 


Pennsylvania 


85,160 


Delaware 


1.8S6 


Maryland 


9 355 


West Virgrinia 


12.757 


D;&triet of Columbia 


1,795 


Ohio 


i kfi3 


84,116 


Indiana 




2,715 


1,698 
1,167 


61 341 
81.952 


Michigan 


23,546 
25,4!»9 




Minnesota .... 


6,937 
21,987 
25,238 






199 


Kentucky 

Kansas 

Nebraska Territory 


5,129 
"'91 




35,095 

6,953 

91 








611,827 


2,715 


9,147 


£0,950 


657,868 


700,680 



Special authority was granted to the States of New York, Illinois, 
and Indiana, in May and June, 1862, to furnish men for three months' 
service. Under this authority, there were furnished by 

New York 8,588 

Indiana 1,723 

Illinois 4.696 

Total 15,007 



Under the call of July 2, 1862, for 300,000 men, for three years, there 
were furnished by the States and Territories 421,465 men, as follows : 



CALLS FOR TROOPS. 



States and Tek- 

KIT 3RIES. 


Quota. 


Men 
furnished. 


States and Ter- 

EITOEIES. 


Quota. 


Men 
furnished. 


Maine 

New Hampshire.. . 


9.609 

5,(353 

4,898 

19,080 

2.712 

7,145 

59.705 

10,47-8 

45,321 

1,720 

8,532 

4,650 


6,644 
6,390 
4,369 

16,519 
2,742 
9.195 

78,904 
5.499 

30.891 
2.508 
3,586 
4,925 


Dist. of Columbia. 

Ohio 

Indiana 


890 
36,858 
21,250 
26,148 
11,68() 
11,904 

2,681 
10,570 
17.269 
14,905 

1,771 

.334,835 


1.167 
58.325 
30,359 
58,689 




Ilhnois 


Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

New York . .... 


Michigan 

Wisconsin 

Minnesota 


17,6."6 

14.472 

4,626 


New .Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 


24.438 




28.324 


Kentucky 

Kansas 


6.463 


Maryland 


2,936 


West Virginia 

Total . 


1 Nebraska Ter 


1,8S8 
421,465 





Under the call of August 4, 1SG3, for 300,000 militia for nine months' 
service, there were furnished by the States 87,588 men, as follows : 



States. 


Quota. 


Men 
furnished. 


States. 


Quota. 


Men 
furnished. 




9.609 

5,053 

4,t.98 

19.080 

2.712 

7,145 

59.705 

10,478 

45.321 

1,720 

8,532 

4,650 


7,620 

1,736 

4,781 

16,685 

2,059 

5,602 

1,781 

10,787 

32,215 

1,799 


Dist. of Columbia. 
Ohio 


890 
36,8.58 
21,2,50 
26.148 
11,6S6 
11,904 

2.681 
10,570 
17,269 
14,905 

1,771 




New Hampshire.. . 
Vermont 




Indiana 


337 




Illinois 




Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

New York 


Michigan 

Wisconsin 

Minnesota 


' ■ '958 


New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 








Kentucky 

Kansas 




Maryland ... 




West Virginia ..... 


1 Nebraska Ter 


1.228 


Total . 




.334,835 


87,588 













Under the President's proclamation of June 15, 1863, for militia for 
six months' service, there were furnished by, and credited to, the States 
16,301 men ; no quotas were made, and the men were furnished as 
follows : 



Massachusetts 103 

Pennsylvania 3.708 

Maryland 1,615 

West Virginia 1.148 1 

Total 16,361 



Ohio 2,736 

Indiana 3,767 

Missouri 3,284 



The Missouri troops, although credited vinder this call, were not fur- 
nished until November, 1864. 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



October 17, 18G3, and February 1, 1804, calls were mad3 for 500.000 
men, in the aggregate, for three years. In these calls there are em- 
braced the men raised by draft in 1863, and under them there were 
furnished and credited 369,380 men, as follows: 



States. 


Quota. 


Men 

furnished. 


Men paid 
commuta- 
tion. 


Total. 


Maine 


11,803 
«,4(i9 
5.751 
2(5.597 
.3,469 
7,919 
81.993 
16,759 
64,979 
2,463 
10,794 
5,127 
4,256 
51,465 
32,521 
46,309 
19, .553 
19,852 
5,451 
16,097 
9.813 
14,471 
3,523 


11.958 

6,406 

6.7-^6 

17.711 

3,223 

10.326 

59,839 

9,187 

£6,723 

2.138 

G.244 

3.988 

4.570 

32.809 

23,023 

28,818 

17.686 

10.389 

3,154 

8,292 

3,823 

4,785 

5,374 


1,986 
571 
1,885 
3,103 
4(i3 
1,513 
15,912 

17.'672 

435 

1,106 

■ ■ ' 318 

■ 'l'.644 

5,0S0 


13.944 




6,977 




8,611 


Massachusetts 


21,414 


Rhode Island 


3.686 


Connecticut . .... 


11.839 




75,751 


New Jersey . . . 


9,187 


Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Maryland 

West Virginia 


54.395 
2,573 

7.350 
3,988 


District of Columbia 

Ohio 


4.888 
32.809 


Indiana . . ... 


23,023 


Ill nois 


28,818 


Michigan 


19,330 




15,469 


Minnesota 

Iowa , 


3,054 
8,292 


Missouri 


3,823 


Kentucky 

Kansas .... 


4,785 

5,874 






Total 


467,434 


317,092 


52.288 


369,380 





Under the call of March 14, 1864, for 200,000 men for three years' 
service, there were credited to the States 292,193 men, who were fur- 
nished as follows : 



States. 


Quota. 


Men 
furnished. 


Men paid 
commuta- 
tion. 


Total. 


Maine 


4,721 

2.588 
2,300 

10,639 
1,388 
3.168 

32,794 
6,704 

25,993 
985 


7,042 
2.844 
1,601 

17,322 
1,906 
5,294 

41,940 
9,550 

35,036 
652 


■ ■ ■ i2i 

89 
1,615 

■ 2.267 
4,170 

10,046 
951 


7.042 


New Hampshire 


2 965 


Vermont • . 


1 690 




18,937 


Rhode Island 


1.906 
5.294 


New York 


44.207 




13,720 


Pennsylvania 


45,082 


Delaware 


1,603 



CALLS FOR TROOPS. 



States. 


Quota, 


Men 
furnished. 


Men paid 
commuta- 
tion. 


Total. 


Maryland 


4,.317 
2.051 
1,702 
20,595 
13,008 
18.524 
7,821 
7,941 
2,180 
6,489 
3,925 
5.789 
1,409 


9,-365 

3,857 

1,142 

31.193 

14,862 

25,055 

7,344 

10,314 

2,16» 

11,579 

10,1.37 

6,448 

2,563 


2,528 
■ ■6,290 

" " ■ 323 

"1,027 

' 3,241 


11,903 


West Virginia 


3,857 


District of Columbia 

Ohio 


1,142 
37,483 




14.862 


Illinois 

Michigan 


25,055 
7,667 


Wise jusin 


10,314 
3,496 


Iowa .... .... 


11,579 




10,137 




9,689 


Ivansas 


2,563 






Total 


18f),981 


259,515 


32,678 


292,193 



The troops credited to the State of Missouri in this call include 5,679 militia, 
furnished for six months ; 2,311 for nine months ; 1,954 for one year ; which were 
credited to the State as 2,174 three years' men. 



There were mustered into the United States service, between April 
23 and July 18, 1864, for one hundred days' service, 83,()12 militia, as 
follows : 



States. 


Quota, 


Men 
furnished. 




■ 4,6'" 6 
12,000 

i2'666 
30,666 

20.000 
20.00(1 
5,000 
10,000 


l''i7 




6,fs09 


New York , , , 


5,640 




769 




7,675 


Maryland . 


1,297 


Ohio 


86,254 




7,197 




11 ,.328 


Wisconsin 


2134 




3,901 




441 








Total. , . . 


113,000 


83,612 







The men credited to New Hampshire above were, however, furnished for three 
months' service only. 



8 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



On the 18th July, 1864, 500,000 men were called for ; this call was 
xe-^luced by the excess of credits on previous calls, and under it the 
States were credited with 386,461 men furnished, as follows : 





Quota. 


Men 


Furnished for 


, Paid 
commu 
tation. 




States. 


One 
year. 


Two 

years. 


Three 
years. 


Four 
year 


Total. 


Maine 


11,110 

4.048 

2,005 

21,905 

1,423 

5,583 

77,539 

14,431 

49.993 

2.184 

10,947 

2,717 

2,380 

27,001 

25.062 

21,997 

12,098 

17,590 

4,«18 

5,749 

25,509 

9,871 


8,320 

1.921 

1,801 

6,990 

1,223 

493 

45,089 

9,587 

44,489 

1.558 

6,198 

1,720 

979 

25.431 

18.099 

12,558 

5,960 

10,905 

2,791 

3,995 

7.782 

5,060 

29 


131 
25 

18 
108 
190 

20 

2,128 

1,184 

439 

9 

246 

28 

59 
748 
597 
535 

57 

205 

60 

1,295 

169 

3 


2.590 

4,027 

2.081 

24,041 

891 

10,318 

36,547 

4.337 

10,416 

593 

3.727 

202 

937 

4,644 

7,158 

2.323 

6.492 

5,832 

239 

168 

14,430 

10,137 

319 


"i 

7^ 

11 

6- 
*34. 


11 

I 2 

I 5 

11 

> 171 

i ""hi 
i ""'ig 

176 
690 
49 
23 
16 
3 
67 

■""24 


11,053 


New Hampshire 


5:973 
3.971 


Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut . 


31,739 

2,310 

10.8.57 


New York . . . 


83,843 


New Jersey 


15,119 


Pennsylvania 

Delaware ... 

Maryland 


55,707 
2,175 
10,206 


West Virginia 

District of Columbia . 
Ohio 


1,956 

2,337 

30,999 




26,544 


Illinois 


15.465 


Michigan 


12,532 


Wisconsin 


16,839 


Minnesota 


3,238 




4,290 




23.E07 




15,390 


K.unsas 


c51 






Total 


357,152 


223,044 


8,340 


153,049 


,s 


3 1,298 


386,461 







Under the call of December 19, 1864, for 800,000 men, there were 
furnished 212.212 men, as specified below. The necessity for more men 
ceased to exist before most of the States had completed their quotas. 





Quota. 


Men Furnished for 


Paid 
commu- 
tation. 




States. 


One 
year. 


Two 
years. 


Three 1 
years. 


Four 
years. 


Total. 




8.389 
2,072 
1,832 
1,306 
1,459 

6l'676 


4.898 
492 
962 

1,535 

739 

34 

9,150 


141 
9 
29 
43 
92 
7 
1,645 


1,884 
775 
5.50 

2,349 
732 

1,282 
23,321 


3 

28 
9 
2 

""2 

67 


10 



""l3 


6,936 


New Hampshire 


1,304 
1,550 


Massachusetts 

Rhode Island.. 


3,929 
1,503 
1.325 


New Yorli 


34,196 



CALLS FOR TROOPS. 





Quota. 


Men Furn 


ISHED FOR 


Paid 
commu- 
tation. 




States. 


One 
year. 


Two 
years. 


Three 
years. 


Four 
years. 


Total. 


New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware. . . 


11,695 

46,437 

938 

9,142 

4,431 

2,222 

26.027 

22.582 

32,902 

10,U26 

12,356 

3,6JJ6 

i.3,984 

10,481 

1,222 


6.511 

26,666 

376 

3,236 

2,114 

692 

21,712 

20.642 

25.940 

6.767 

9; 666 

2' 689 

7':2 

3.161 

1.987 

622 


1,075 

2U4 

5 

430 

8 

12 

641 

243 

356 

41 

15 

12 

15 

44 

7 

£6 


3,527 

3,903 

30 

1,275 

415 

116 
2.214 
2,329 
2,022 
1.0.S4 

240 

68 

67 

1,002 

5,609 

223 


155 
44 

"2 


15 

282 

3 

i 

13 
94 
6 

18 
1 
2 

2 


11,283 

31,099 

411 


Maryland 

West Virginia 

District of Columbia. 

Ohio 

Indirina 


4.944 

2,537 

823 

24,580 

23,308 


Illinois . . 


28,324 




7,860 




9,922 




2.771 




854 




4,207 




7,603 




883 






Total 


284,215 


151,363 


5,110 


54,967 


312 


460 


212,212 



During the war there were also furnished volunteers and militia by 
the following States and Territories, which, after the first call, had not 
been called upon for quotas when general calls for troops were made, viz. : 





Men Furnished 


FOR 








States 
















AND 


1 














Total. 


Territories. 


Sixty : Three 


100 


Four 


Six 


Eight 


One 


Three 






days. mos. 

1 


days. 


mos. 


mos. 


mos. 


year. 


years. 




Tennessee 






739 








0.039 


24. .314 


31,092 


Arkansas 










374 




213 


7.702 


8.289 


N. Carolina . . 


















3.156 


3.156 


California 


















15,725 


15,72.'5 


Nevada 



















1,080 


1.080 


Oregon 


















1,768 


1,810 


Wash.Ter.... 


















964 


964 


Colorado Ter. . 






1 


,156 




186 






3,561 


4,903 


Dakota Ter. .. 


















206 


206 


N.Mexico Ter. 




1,593 








803 






4.165 


6.. 561 


Alabama 














.... 


1,447 


1,129 


2.576 


Florida 








... 






. .. 





3.290 


1.290 


Louisiana 


296 












373 




4.555 


5.224 


Mississippi . . . 



















545 


545 


Texas 
















499 


1,466 


1,965 


Indian Nation 


















3,530 


3,530 


Col'd Troops. . 


1,749 












.... 




91,692 


93,441 


Total , . . 


2,045 


1,593 


1,895 


42 


1,.363 


373 


8,198 


166,848 


182,357 



10 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



Summary of the number of men called for by the President of the 
United States, and furnished by, and credited to, the States and Terri- 
tories during the War of the Rebellion. 





Quota, 


Men 


Total. 


Aggregate 
reduced 


States and 
Territories. 


Furuish'd. 


Paid com- 
mutation. 


to a three 

years' 
standard. 


Maine 

New Hampshire 


78.587 

35,897 

32,074 

139,095 

18,898 

44,75)7 

507.148 

92,820 

385,369 

18,935 

70,965 

34,468 

18,973 

.306.: 22 

199.788 

244,496 

95,007 

109,080 

26,32() 

79,521 

122.496 

100.782 

12.981 

1,560 

780 

1.560 


70.107 

33,937 

33,288 

146,780 

23,286 

55,864 

448,850 

76.814 

337,986 

12,284 

46.688 

32,068 

16.584 

313.180 

196.868 

259,092 

87,364 

91.327 

24.020 

76.242 

109,111 

75.760 

20.149 

31,092 

8,289 

3.156 

15.725 

1,080 

1,810 

964 

3,1.57 

4.908 

206 

6,561 

2.576 

1,290 

5,S24 

545 

1,9P5 

8,580 

98,441 


2,007 
692 

1,974 

5.318 
463 

1,515 
18.1W 

4,196 
28.171 

1,386 

3,678 

""338 

6.479 

784 

55 

2,008 

5.097 

1,082 

67 

" 3,265 
2 


72,114 

34 629 

35,262 

152.048 

28,699 

57.379 

467.047 

81.010 

366,107 

13,670 

50,316 

32.068 

16.872 

819.659 

197,147 

259.147 

89.372 

96,424 

25,052 

76,809 

109.111 

79.025 

20,151 

31,092 

8,289 

3.156 

15,725 

1,080 

1,810 

964 

3.157 

4,903 

206 

6.561 

2,576 

1.290 

5,224 

545 

1,965 

3,530 

93,441 


56.776 
30,349 
29.068 




124.104 




17,866 




50,623 


New York 


392,270 




57,908 


Penii'^ylvaiiia 


265,517 


Delaware 


10.322 
41.275 


West Virginia 

District of Columbia .... 
Ohio 


27.714 
11, .506 
240,514 


Indiana 


153.576 


Illinois 


214.1.33 




80,111 


Wisconsin 


79,260 


Minnesota 


19.698 


Iowa 


68.680 




86.580 




70.882 




18.706 




26.394 




7,8.36 


North Carolina 


3,156 


California 


15.725 


Nevada . ... 


1,080 


Oregon 


1,773 


Washington Territory... 

Nebraska Territory 

Colorado Territory 

Dakota Territory 

New Mexico Territorj'. . . 

Alabama 

Florida . 


964 
2,175 
3,697 

206 
4,482 
1,611 
1,290 




4.654 




545 


Texas 

Indian Nation 


1,682 
3,580 


Colored Troops 


91,789 






Total 


2,763,670 


2,772,408 


86.724 


2,859,132 


2,.320,272 



The numbers given opposite "Colored Troops" in the foregoing 
table and the one preceding it show, not the total number of colored 



CALLS FOR TROOPS. 11 

troops enlisted, but simply the number of those who were organized at 
various stations in the States in rebellion, and who could not be at the 
time, and were not, assigned or specifically credited to States. 

The total number of colored troops enlisted during the war was 
186,097. 

As will be noticed in the preceding tables, some of the States and 
Territories, to whom no quotas were assigned, furnished men ; which 
fact will account for the apparent excess of the men furnished over the 
number called for. 

In the regular army there were enlisted during the war about 
67,000 men; of these, probably not more than two-thirds were credited 
to the States. 

For men furnished for service for a shorter period than ninety days, 
with a few exceptions, States received no credit. Many men were fur- 
nished for a service of thirty days, notably so in the summer of 1863. 
How many men were thus furnished it is not practicable to state, but 
an estimate may be based on the number (17,213 officers and men) fur- 
nished by the State of New York. 

The accounts of all the States probably do not agree with the account 
of the Adjutant-General of the army ; still the latter's account must 
be taken and accepted as correct. 

Nevertheless, it is safe to say that the total number of men furnished 
by the States and Territories for the armies of the United States, after 
deducting those credited for service in the navy, will exceed 2,850,000 
men. 

lu this number, men who re-enlisted are counted twice, or even more 
often. To give the number of individual persons who served in the 
army during the war is not practicable, nor is it of any practical 
benefit. 



ORGANIZATIONS MUSTERED INTO THE 
SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES. 



During the war the following numbers of organizations were raised 
in the States and Territories and mustered into the service of the United 
States for various periods ; tjieae organizations do not, however, repre- 
sent all the men furnished, for large numbers were sent as recruits to 
fill and strengthen old organizations already in the field. 

Maine. 

Cavalry — for over three years' service, 1 regiment ; for three years' service, 1 
regiment ; total, 2 regiments. 

Heavy Artillery— for over three years' service, 1 regiment. 

Garrison Artillery — for three years' service, but served only one year, 3 compa- 
nies. 

Light Artillery — 1 battalion of 7 batteries, of whom six served over three years. 

Sharpshooters— 1 battalion of 6 cpmpanies, for three years' service. 

Infantry — for three years' service, but served longer, 7 regiments ; for three 
years' service, 14 regiments and 4 cpmpanies ; for nine months' service, 8 regi- 
ments ; for three months' service, 1 regiment ; for three years' service, coast- 
guard battalion, 7 companies ; unassigned companies, for one year's service, 
5 ; total infantry, 30 regiments and 16 companies. 

Total — 33 regiments, 7 batteries, and 25 companies. 

Ne'W Hampshire* 

Cavalry— for three years' service, 1 regiment. 

Heavy Artillery — for three years" service, 1 regiment. 

Light Artillery — for three years' service, 1 battery. 

Infantry — for three years' service, 7 regiments, which served longer ; for three 
years' service, 7 regiments ; for nine months' service, 2 regiments ; for three 
months' service, 1 regiment ; for ninety days' service, 2 companies ; for sixty 
days' service, 2 companies; total infantry, 17 regiments and 4 companies. 

Total — 19 regiments, 1 battery, and 4 companies. 

Vermont. 

Cavalry— for over three years' service, 1 regiment. 

Heavy Artillery — for three years' service, 1 regiment ; for one year's service, 1 
company ; total, 1 regiment and 1 company. 



ORGANIZATIONS RAISED BY STATES. 13 

Light Artillery — f )r over three years' service, 1 battery ; for three years' service, 
1 liattery ; for two years' service, 1 battery ; total, 3 batteries. 

Infantry — for over three years' service, 7 regiments; for three years' service, 7 
regiments ; for nine months' service, 2 regiments ; for three months' service, 

1 regiment ; total, 17 regiments. 

Total — 19 regiments, 3 batteries, and 1 company. 

Massaclmsetts. 

Cavalry — for over three years' service, 2 regiments ; for three years' service, 2 
regiments ; for three years' service, colored, 1 regiment ; for three months' 
service, 1 battalion ; total, 5 regiments and 1 battalion. 

Heavy Artillery — for over throe years' service, 1 regiment; for three years' ser- 
vice, 2 regiments and 6 companies ; for one year's service, 1 regiment and 

2 companies ; total, 4 regiments and 8 companies. 

Light Artillery — for over three years' service, 5 batteries ; for three years' ser- 
vice, 10 batteries ; for nine months' service, 1 battery ; for six months' ser- 
vice, 1 battery ; for three months' service, 1 battalion ; total, 1 battalion and 
17 batteries. 

Sharpshooters — for three years' service, 2 companies. 

Infantry — for over thr^e years' service, 15 regiments ; for three years' service, 23 
regiments ; for three years' service, colored, 2 regiments ; for one year's ser- 
vice, 1 regiment and 14 companies ; for nine months' service, 22 regiments ; 
for six months' service, 1 company ; for one hundred days' service, 15 compa- 
rles ; for three months' service, 5 regiments and 2 companies ; for ninety 
days' service, 13 companies ; total, 68 regiments and 45 companies. 

Total— 77 regiments, 2 battalions, 17 batteries, and 55 companies. 

Rhode Island. 

Cavalry — for over three years' service, 1 regiment ; for three years' service, 2 
regiments ; for three months' service, 1 squadron ; total, 3 regiments and 2 
companies. 

Heavy Artillery — for over three years' service, 2 regiments. 

Light Artillery — for over three years' service, 1 regiment ; for three months' ser- 
vice, 1 battery ; total, 1 regiment and 1 battery. 

Infantry — for over three years' service, 1 regiment ; for three years' service, 2 
regiments ; for nine months' service, 2 regiments ; for three monthsi' service, 

3 regiments ; for three years' service. Independent Company Hospital Guards ; 
total, 8 regiments and 1 company. 

Total— 14 regiments, 1 battery, and 3 companies. 

Connecticut. 

Cavalry — for over three years' service, 1 regiment. 

Heavy Artillery — for over three years' service, 1 regiment ; for three years' ser- 
vice, 1 regiment ; total, 2 regiments. 

Light Artillery— for over three years' service, 1 battery ; for three years' service, 
1 battery ; for one year's service, 1 battery ; total, 3 batteries. 

Infantry — for over three years' service, 9 regiments ; for three years' service, 7 
i-egiments ; for three years' service, colored, 1 regiment ; for nine months' 
service, 7 regiments ; for three months' service, 3 regiments ; total 27 regi- 
ments. 

Total — 30 regiments and 3 batteries. 



14 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

New York. 

Cavalry — for over three years' service, 9 regiments and 1 company ; for three 
years' service, 18 regiments and 2 companies ; for one year's service, one 
regiment of 5 companies ; for three months' service, 2 companies ; total, 27 
regiments and 10 companies. 

Heavy Artillery — for over three years' service, 3 regiments ; for three years' ser- 
vice. 10 regiments ; total, 13 regiments. 

Light Artillery— for over three years' service, 2 regiments ; for over three years' 
service, 14 batteries ; for three years' service, 19 batteries ; for two years' 
service, 1 battery; for three months' service, 1 battery; total, 2 regiments 
and 3.5 batteries. 

Engineers — for over three years' service, 2 regiments ; for three years" service. 1 
regiment ; for two years' service, 1 regiment ; total. 4 regiments. 

Sharpshooters — for three years" service, 4 companies of 1st United States Sharp- 
shooters and 4 additional companies ; total, 8 companies. 

Infantry — for over three year.s' service, 45 regiments ; for three years' service, 
white, 93 regiments ; for three years' service, colored, 3 regiments ; for two 
years' service, white, 33 regiments ; for two year.s' service, but served longer, 
3 regiments ; for one year's service, 6 regiments and 3 companies ; for nine 
months' service, 2 regiments ; for one hundred days' service, 10 regiments 
and 4 companies, for three months' service. 23 regiments ; for thirty days' 
service, 30 regiments ; total, 248 regiments and 7 companies. 

Total — 294 regiments, 35 batteries, and 25 companies. 

New Jersey. 

Cavalry — for three years' service and over, 1 regiment ; for three years' service, 

2 regiments ; total, 3 regiments. 
Light Artillery — for three years' service and over, 2 batteries ; for three years' 

service, 3 battei-ies ; total, 5 batteries. 
Infantry — for three years' service and over, 5 regiments ; for three years' service, 

13 regiments and 4 companies ; for one year's service, 4 regiments ; for nine 

months' service, 11 regiments ; for one hundred days' service, 1 regiment ; 

for three months' service, 4 regiments ; 38 regiments and 4 companies. 
Total — 41 regiments, 4 companies, and 5 batteries. 

Pennsylvania. 

Cavalry — for three years' service and over, 12 regiments ; for three years' .service, 
9 regiments and 1 company ; for one year"s service, 1 company ; for six 
months' service, 2 regiments and 8 companies : for one hundred days' service, 
5 companies; for three months' service. 1 company; for ninety days' service, 
7 companies ; for the emergency, or thirty days' service, 5 companies ; total, 
23 regiments and 28 companies. 

Heavy Artillery — for three years" service and over, 1 regiment ; for three years' 
service, 1 regiment; for one year's .service, 2 regiments ; for six months' ser- 
vice, 2 companies ; for three months' service, 1 company ; for ninety days' 
service. 2 companies ; total, 3 regiments and 5 companies. 

Light Artillery — for three years' service and over, 1 regiment and 6 batteries ; 
for three years' service, 3 batteries ; for one year's service, 1 battery ; for six 
months' service, 1 battery ; for one hundred days' service, 3 batteries ; for 



ORGANIZATIONS RAISED BY STATES. 15 

ninety days' service, 2 batteries ; for thirty clays' service, or the emergency, 3 
batteries ; total, 1 regiment and 19 batteries. 

Infantry — for three years' service and over, 48 regiments ; for three years' service, 
51 regiments and 2 companies ; for three years' service, colored, 10 regiments; 
for one year's service, 18 regnnents and 4 companies ; for nine months' ser- 
vice, 34 regiments and 5 companies ; for six months' service, 21 companies; 
for one hundred days' service, 5 regiments and 9 companies ; for three months' 
service, 25 regiments ; for ninety days' service, 28 regiments and IS com- 
panies ; for thirty days' service, or ttie emergency, 8 regiments and 3 com- 
panies ; total, 227 regiments and 62 companies. 

Total— 254 regiments, 95 companies, and 19 batteries. 

Dela-ware. 

Cavalry— for three years' service, 1 battalion of 7 companies ; for thirty days' 
service, 1 company ; total, 8 companies. 

Heavy Artillery — for three years' service, 1 company. 

Light Artillery — for three years' service, 1 battery. 

Infantry — for three years' service and over, 2 regiments ; for three years' service, 
2 regiments ; for one year's service, 4 companies ; for nine months' service, 2 
regiments ; for one hundred days' service. 1 regiment ; for three months' ser- 
vice, 1 regiment ; for thirty days' service, 1 regiment ; total, 9 regiments and 
4 companies. 

Total — 9 regiments, 13 companies, and 1 battery. 

Maryland. 

Cavsilry — for three years' service and over, 1 regiment ; for three j-ears' service, 
2 regiments and 4 companies ; for six months' service, 1 regiment ; total, 4 
regiments and 4 companies. 

Light Artillery — for three years' service and over. 2 batteries : for three years' 
service, 2 batteries ; for six months' service, 2 batteries ; total, (5 batteries. 

Infantry — for three j^ears' service and over, 7 regiments and 1 company ; for three 
j'ears' service, 8 regiments ; for one year's service, 1 regiment ; for six months' 
service, 2 regiments ; for one hundred days' service, 2 regiments ; total, 20 
regiments and 1 company. 

Total — 24 regiments, 5 companies, and 6 batteries. 

District of Colwmljia. 

Cavalry — ^for three years' service, 1 regiment ; for three months' service, 1 com- 
pany ; total, 1 regiment and 1 company. 

Infantry — for three years' service and over, 2 regiments ; for three months' ser- 
vice, 33 companies ; total, 2 regiments and 33 companies. 

Total — 3 regiments and 34 companies. 

"West Virginia. 

Cavalry — for three years' service and over, 4 regiments; for three years' sei-vice, 
2 regiments and 2 companies ; for six months' service, 1 regiment ; total, 7 
regiments and 2 companies. 

Light Artillery — for three years' service and over, 3 batteries ; for three years' 
service, 5 batteries ; total, 8 batteries. 

Infantry — for three years' service and over, 4 regiments ; for three years' service. 



16 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

11 regiments and 2 companies ; for one year's service, 1 regiment ; for three 
months' service, 1 regiment ; total, 17 regiments and 2 companies. 
Total — 24 regiments, 4 companies, and 8 batteries. 

Virginia. 

Infantry— one independent company for three years' service. The Light Artillery 
furnished bj^ West Virginia was known also as Virginia Light Artillery. 

North. Carolina. 

Cavalry — for three years' service, 2 regiments of mounted infantry. 
Infantry — for three years' service, 2 regiments. 
Total — 4 regiments. 

Georgia. 

Infantry — for three 3'ears' service, 2 companies. 

Florida. 

Cavalry — for three years' service, 2 regiments. 

Alabama. 

Cavalry — for one and three years' service, 1 regiment ; for one year's service, 5 

companies. 
Total — 1 regiment and 5 companies. 

Mississippi. 

Cavalry — for three years' service, 1 battalion of 2 companies. 

Louisiana. 

Cavalry — for three years' service, 2 regiments. 
Infantry — for three years' service, 3 regiments. 
Total — 5 regiments. 

Texas. 
Cavalry— for three years' service, 1 regiment and 5 companies ; for one year's ser- 
vice, 4 companies. 
Total— 1 regiment and 9 companies. 

Arkansas. 

Cavalry — for three years' service, 4 regiments. 

Ligrht Artillery- for three years' service, 1 battery. 

Infantry — for three years' service, 3 regiments ; for six months' service, 2 com- 

])anies ; total, 3 regiments and 2 companies. 
Total— 7 regiments, 2 companies, and 1 battery. \s 

Tennessee. 

Cavalry and Mounted Infantry — for three years' service, 13 regiments and 4 
companies ; for one year's service, 7 regiments and three companies ; for one 
hundred days' service, 1 regiment ; total 21 regiments and 7 companies. 

Light Artillery — for three years' service, 5 batteries. 

Infantry — for three years' service and over, 2 regiments ; for three years' service, 
7 regiments ; total 9 regiments. 

Total — 30 regiments, 7 companies, and 5 batteries. 



ORGANIZATIONS RAISED BY STATES. 17 

Kcntwclcy. 

Cavalry and Mounted Infantry —for three years' pervice and over, 5 regiments ; 

for three years" service, 5 regiments and 4 companies ; for one year's service, 

f) regiments and 6 companies ; total, lO regiments and 10 companies. 
Light Artillery — for three years' service and over, 2 batteries ; for three years' 

sei-vice, 4 batteries ; for one year's service, 1 battery ; total, 7 batteries. 
Infantry — for three years' service and over, 9 n giments ; for thi-ee years scrvico, 

21 regiments and 1 company ; for three years' service, colored, 2 regiments ; 

for one year's service, 12 regiments ; for nine months' service, 1 regiment ; 

total, 45 regiments and 1 company. 
Total — Gl regiments, 11 companies, and 7 batteries. 

Ohio. 

Cavalry — for three years' service and over, 7 regiments and 4 companies ; for 
three years' service, 6 regiments and 1 company ; for six months' service, 

9 companies ; for three months' service, 2 companies ; for sixty days' service, 
2 companies ; total, 13 regiments and IS companies. 

Heavy Artillery — for three years' service, 2 regiments. 

Light Artillery — for three years' service and over, 1 regiment and 1.5 batteries; 
for three years' service, 9 batteries ; for four months' service, 1 battery ; for 
sixty days' service, 2 batteries ; total, 1 regiment and twenty-seven batteries. 

Sharpshooters — for three years' service, 3 companies. 

Infantrj' — for three years' s rvice and over, 60 regiments ; for three j'cars' service, 
(i'J regiments and 6 companies ; for three years' service, colored, 2 regiments ; 
for one year's service, 25 regiments ; for six months' service, 2 regiments ; for 
one hundred days' service, 42 regiments ; for three months' service, 27 regi- 
ments ; for thirty days' service, 2 companies ; total, 21S regiments and S com- 
panies. 

Total— 234 regiments, 29 companies, and 27 batteries. 

Michigan. 

Cavalry — for three years' service and over, 4 regiments ; for three years' service, 
8 regiments and 2 companies ; total 12 regiments and 2 companies. 

Heavy Artillery— for three years' service and over, 1 regiment. 

Light Artillery — for three years' service and ovei', 1 regiment ; for three years' 
service, 11 batteries ; total, 1 regiment and 11 batteries. 

Engineers — for three years' service and over, 1 regiment; for three years' service, 
1 company ; total 1 regiment and 1 company. 

Sharpshooters— for three years' service, 1 regiment and 2 companies ; for one 
year's service, 2 companies ; total, 1 regiment and 4 companies. 

Infantry — for three years' service and over, 13 regiments ; for three years' ser- 
vice, 17 regiments and 2 companies : for three years' service, 1 regiment 
colored troops ; for one year's service, 2 regiments ; for three months' service, 
1 regiment ; total, 34 regiments and 2 companies. ^ 

Total — 50 regiments, 9 companies, and 11 batteries. 

Indiana. 

Cavalry — for three years' service and over, 3 regiments ; for three years' service, 

10 regiments; for one year's service, 1 com})any ; total, 13 regiments and 1 
company. 



18 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Heavy Artillery — for three years' service and over, 1 regiment. 

Light Artillery — for three years' service and over, 11 batteries; for three years' 
service, 14 batteries : for one year's service, 1 battery ; total, 26 batteries. 

Inf2intry — for three years' service and over. 40 regiments ; for three years' 
service, 42 regiments; for three years' service, 1 regiment colored troops ; for 
one years service, 18 regiments and 5 companies ; for six months' service, 4 
regiments; for one hundred days' service, 8 regiments; for three months' 
service, 8 regiments ; for sixty days' service, 6 companies ; for thirty days' 
service, 2 regiments and 5 companies ; total, 123 regiments and 16 companies. 

Total — 13? regiments, 17 companies, and 26 batteries, 

Illinois. 

Cavalry — for three years' service and over, 12 regiments ; for three years' sei-vice, 
5 regiments ; total, 17 regiments. 

Light Artillery — for three j'ears' service and over, 2 regiments and 1 battery ; 
for three years' service, 6 batteries ; for three months' service, 1 battery ; to- 
tal, 2 regiments and 8 batteries. 

Infantrj'-— for three years' service and over, 53 regiments : for three years' ser- 
vice, 67 regiments and 1 company ; for three years' service, 1 regiment col- 
ored troops ; for one year's service, 12 regiments ; for one hundred days' ser- 
vice, 13 regiments and 2 companies ; for three months' service, 11 regiments 
and 2 companies ; for thirty days' service, 1 company ; for fifteen days' tervice, 
3 companies ; total 157 regiments and 9 companies. 

Total — 176 regiments, 9 companies, and 8 batteries. 

Missouri. 

Cavalry — for three years' service and over, 9 regiments ; for three years' service, 
19 regiments and 25 companies ; for twenty months' service, 2 regiments ; for 
three months' service, 1 company ; total, 30 regiments and 26 companies. 

Light Artillery — for three years' service, 3 batteries ; for three months' service, 
3 batteries ; total, 6 batteries. 

Engineers — for three years' service and over, 1 regiment. 

Infantry— for three years' service and over, 9 regiments ; for three years' ser- 
vice, 23 regiments, 16 companies ; for three years' service, 4 regiments 
colored troops ; for one j^ear's service, 12 regiments ; for six months' 
service, 3 regiments; for three months' service, 11 regiments and 4 com- 
panies ; for one hundred days' service, 1 regiment ; total 63 regiments and 20 
companies. 

Total — 94 regiments, 6 batteries, and 46 companies. 

"Wisconsin. 

Cavalry — for three years' service and over, 4 regiments. 

Heavy Artillery — for three years' service and over, 1 regiment. 

Light Artillery — for three years' service and over, 10 batteries ; for three years' 

service, 2 batteries'; total, 12 batteries. 
Infantry— for three years' service and over, 15 regiments ; for three years' service, 

21 regiments; for one year's service, 12 regiments; for nine months' service, 

1 regiment ; for one hundred days' service, 3 regiments ; for three months' 

service, 1 regiment ; total, 53 regiments. 
Total— 58 regiments and 12 batteries. 



ORGANIZATIONS RAISED BY STATES. 19 

low SL. 

Cavalry — for three years' service and over, 5 regiments ; for three years' service, 

4 regiments ; total, 9 regiments. 

Light Artillery —for three years' service and over, 3 batteries ; for three years' 

service, 1 battery ; total, 4 batteries. 
Infantry — for three years' service and over, 15 regiments; for three years' senvice, 

24 regiments ; for three years' service, 1 regiment, colored troops ; for one 

hnndred days' service, 5 regiments ; for three months' service, 1 regiment ; 

total, 46 regiments. 
Total — 55 regiments and 4 batteries. 

Minnesota. 

Cavalry — for three years' service and over, 4 companies ; for three years' service, 
1 regiment and companies ; for one year's service, 1 regiment ; tot il, 2 regi- 
ments and 10 companies. 

Heavy Artillery— for one year's service, 1 regiment. 

Light Artillery — for three years' service and over, 2 batteries ; for three years' 
service, 1 battery ; total, 3 batteries. 

Infantry — for three years' service and over, 5 regiments ; for three years' service, 

5 regiments, for one year's service, 1 regiment ; total, 11 regiments. 
Total — 14 regiments, 10 companies, and 3 batteries. 

California. 

Cavalry —for three yeai'S' service and over, 1 regiment ; for three years' service, 1 
regiment and 4 companies ; total, 2 regiments and 4 companies. 

Infantry — for three years' service and over, 4 regiments ; for three years" service, 
5 regiments ; total, 9 regiments. 

Total — 11 regiments and 4 companies. 

Kansas. 

Cavalry — for three years' service and over, 4 regiments ; for three years" service, 

5 regiments ; total, 9 regiments. 
Light Artillery —for three years" service and over, 2 batteries ; for three yearo' 

service, 1 battery ; total, 3 batteries. 
Infantry — for three years' service and over, 3 regiments ; for three years' service, 

two regiments, colored troops ; for three years' service, 5 regiments ; for one 

hundred days' service, 5 companies ; total, 10 regiments and 5 companies. 
Total — 19 regiments, 5 companies, and 3 batteries. 

Oregon. 

Cavalry — for three years' service, 1 regiment. 
Infantry— for three years' service, 1 regiment. 
Total— 2 regiments. 

Nevada. 

Cavalry — for three years' service, 6 companies. 
Infantry — for three years' service, 3 companies. 
Total — 9 companies. 



20 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

AVasliington Territory. 

Infantry— for three years' service and over, 1 regiment. 

New Mexico Territory. 

Cavalry — for three j'ears' service, 1 regiment ; for six months' service, 1 regiment; 

'for three months' service, 5 companies ; total, 2 re.giments and 5 companies. 
Infantry — for three years' service, 5 regiments ; for three months' S3rvice, 1 regi- 
ment and 11 companies ; total, 6 regiments and 11 companies. 
Total — 8 regiments and 16 companies. 

Nebraska Territory. 

Cavalry — for three years' service and over, 1 regiment; for three years' service, 
4 companies ; for nine months' service, 1 regiment ; total, 2 regiments and 4 
companies. 

Infantry — for one year's service, 2 companies. 

Total — 2 regiments and 6 companies. 

Coloi'ado Territory. 

Cavalry — for three years' service and over, 1 regiment ; for three years' service, 1 

regiment; for one hundred days' service, 1 regiment; total, 3 regiments. 
Light Artillery— for three years' service, 1 battery 
Infantry — for six months' service, 2 companies. 
Total — 3 regiments, 1 battery, and 2 companies. 

Dakota Territory. 

Cavalry — for three years' service, 2 companies. 

In addition to these organizations from States and Territories there were in 
the service of the United States : 

United States Teteran Volunteer Infantry* 

(first army corps, HANCOCK.) 

Engineers- for three years' service, 1 regiment. 
Infantry — for three years' service, 9 regiments. 
Total — 10 regiments. 

United States Volnnteer Infantry. 

Sharpshooters — 2 regiments, which have been included in State organizations. 
Infantry — for three years' service, 4 regiments and 1 company ; for one year's ser- 
vice, 2 regiments. 
Total — 6 regiments and 1 company. 

U. S. Colored Troops. 

There were in all 16T organizations, but 31 of these which have been included 
in State organizations, are omitted here : 
Cavalry — for three years' service, 6 regiments. 
Heavy Artillery— for three years' service, 11 regiments and 4 companies. 



ORGANIZATIONS RAISED BY STATES. 21 

Light Artillery — for three years' service, 10 batteries. 

Infantry — for three years' service, 100 regiments and 16 companies ; for one year's 
service, 1 company ; for one hundred days' service, 1 company ; for sixty 
days' service, 2 regiments : total, 102 regiments and IS companies. 

Total— 119 regiments, 22 companies, and 10 batteries. 

"Veteran Reserve Corps. 

In this Corps there were 24 regiments and 18? companies, which were, how- 
ever, composed of men credited to volunteej^organizations. 

Kegnlar Army. 

In the Eegular Army there were ; 
Cavalry — for three years' service and over, 6 regiments. 
Artillery — for three years' service and over, 5 regiments. 
Infantry — for three years' service and over, 19 regiments. 
Total — 30 regiments. 



22 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



TABULAR STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATIONS 

IN THE SERVICE 

OF THE UNITED STATES DURING THE REBELLION. 



States and Territoeies. 



Cavalrt. Artillery. Infantry, i Total. 



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Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts , . . 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Kew Yoi-k 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia 

West Virginia 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Louisiana ;-. 

Texas 

Arkansas 

Tennessee 

Kentucky 

Ohio 

Michigan 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Missouri 

Wisconsin 

Iowa 

Minnesota 

California 

Kansas 

Oregon 

Nevada 

Washington Territory 

New Mexico Territory 

Nebraska Territor^'^ 

Colorado Territory 

Dakota Territory 

U. S. Vet. Volunteer Infantry 

U. S. Volunteer Infantry 

United States Colored Troops. 
U. S. Army, Regulars 



Total 258 I 170 57 



2 i .. 
1 

1 

5 j 4 

3 ' 2 
1 

27 1 10 
3 
23 : 28 



2 

1 

1 

4 

21 

1« 

13 

12 

13 

17 

SO 

4 

9 

2 

2 



30 

17 

17 

68 

8 

21 

252 

38 

227 

9 

20 

2 

17 



9 
45 
218 
36 
12-^ 
157 
64 
53 
46 
11 
9 
10 
1 

'i 

6 



10 



102 
19 



10 
232! 1666 !306 



33 25 

19 

19 



7 

4 1 

1 3 

59 19 

3 1 



14 
30 

2941 25 35 

4lt 4 5 

254 i 95 19 

13 1 

5 6 

34' .. 

4 8 

i\ .. 



4 


9 


1 


24 


33 


3 


2 


24 


1 






4 


2 






2 




1 


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1 


2 


7 




30 


1 


61 


11 


2:^4, 


7 


50 1 



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29 27 

9 11 

16 I 1371 17 26 



176: 9 

94 1 46 
58| .. 
551 ..1 
14 10 
11 4 
19] 5 
2 



198] 498 232 



ORGANIZATIONS RAISED BY STATES. 23 

Reduce the 170 companies of cavalry to regiments, 12 
companies to a regiment, will give 14 regiments 
and 2 companies, which added to the 258 regi- 
ments will give a total of cavalrj-, mounted in- 
fantry, rifles, and lancers of 272 regiments, 2 companies. 

Reduce the 22 companies and 232 batteries of artil- 
lery to regiments, 12 companies to a regiment, 
will give 21 regiments and 2 companies, which 
added to the 57 regiments will give a total of 
artillery of 78 " 2 " 

Reduce the 306 companies of infantry to regiments, 
10 companies to a regiment, will give 20 regi- 
ments and 6 companies ; this, added to the 1,666 
regmients, will give a total infantry of 1,606 " 6 " 

Making a grand total of 2,047 regiments. 

Nine regiments of infantry of the regular army Avere organizations of 
24 companies each ; taking this into consideration and allowing for 
errors it may be said that during the war organizations equivalent to 
2,050 regiments entered into the service of the United States : the regu- 
lar army included and the veteran reserve corps excluded. 

The Secretary of War, in his report dated November 22, 1865, makes 
the following remarks, which show more than anything else the spirit 
animating the people of the loyal States : "• On several occasions, when 
troops were promptly needed to avert impending disaster, vigorous 
exertion brought them into the field from remote States, with incredi- 
ble speed. Official reports show that after the disasters on the Penin- 
sula, in 1862, over 80,000 troops were enlisted, organized, armed, 
equipped, and sent into the field in less than a month. fiO,000 troops 
have repeatedly gone to the field within four weeks. 90,000 infantry 
were sent to the armies from the five States of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, 
Iowa, and Wisconsin, within twenty days. When Lee's army sur- 
rendered, thousands of recruits were pouring in, and men were dis- 
charged from recruiting stations and rendezvous in every State." 



MILITARY DIVISIONS, 

DEPARTMENTS, AND DISTRICTS OF THE 

UNITED STATES. 



During the war, the several States and Territories of the United 
States were divided into military divisions, military departments and 
districts. These divisions were, from time to time, changed, abolished, 
and renewed. The divisions made by order of the President of the 
United States were as follows : 

MILITARY DIVISIONS. 

GEOGRAPniCAL DIVISION. — General Order No. 47, War Department, 
July 25, 1861, directs that the Departments of Washington and North- 
Eastern Virginia should constitute this division, and be under the 
command of Major-General McClellan, with headquarters at Washing- 
ton, D.C. 

Department of the Mississippi. — In spiing, 1862, this depart- 
ment was enlarged for a time, so as to bring the armies of the Ohio, 
of the Tennessee, and of the Mississippi under the command of Major- 
General Halleck, for combined operations. 

Military Division of the Mississippi. — October 16, 1863, Gene- 
ral Order No. 337, War Department, the Departments of the Ohio, of 
the Cumberland, and of the Tennessee were constituted the military 
division of the Mississippi, under the command of Major-General 
Grant. March 12, 1864, Major-General W. T. Sherman was placed in 
command of the division. June 27, 1865, it was to consist of the 
Departments of the Ohio, of the Missouri, and of Arkansas, with 
headquarters at St. Louis, Mo. 

Middle Military Division. — The Middle Department and the 
Departments of Washington, of the Susquehanna, and of West Vir- 
ginia, were constituted this division, August 7, 1864, and Major-General 
P. H. Sheridan placed in command of it. 

Military Division of West Mississippl— May 7, 1864, General 



MILITARY DIVISIONS, DEPARTMENTS, ETC. 25 

Order No. 192, War Department, created this division, composed of 
the Departments of Arkansas and the Gulf, and assigned Major-General 
E. R, S. Canby to the command of it. 

Military Division of the Atlantic— General Order No. 118, 
"War Department, June 27, 1SG5, constituted this division, to be com- 
posed of the Departments of the East, Virginia, North Carolina, South 
Carolina, and Mountain Department ; to be commanded by Major- 
General Geo. G . Meade, with headquarters at Philadelphia, Pa. 

Military Division of the Gulf. — Constituted, June 27, 1865, of 
the Departments of Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, and Florida, with 
Major-General P. H. Sheridan in command, and headquarters at New 
Orleans. 

Military Division op the Tennessee. — Constituted, June 27, 
1865, to embrace the Departments of the Tennessee, Kentucky, Geor- 
gia, and Alabama; Major-General G. H. Tiiomas to command; head- 
quarters at Nashville, Tenn. 

Military Division of the Pacific. — Constituted, June 27, 1865, 
of the Departments of the Columbia and California, and commanded 
by Major-General H. W. Halleck, with headquarters at San Francisco, 
Cal. 

MILITARY DEPARTMENTS, ETC. 

into which the several States and Territories of the United States were 
divided dui'ing the War of the Rebellion : 

{By States.) 

Maine. — This State was in the Department of the East from Janu- 
ary 1, 1861, to October 1, 1861 ; Department of New England to 
February 20, 1862; not in any department to January o, 1803 ; Depart- 
ment of the East to the close of the war. 

New Hampsliire. — In the Department of the East from January 
1, 1861, to October 1, 1861 ; Department of New England to February 
20, 1862 ; not in any department to January 3, 1863 ; Department of 
the East to the close of the war. 

Vermont. — In the Department of the East from January 1, 1861, to 
October 1, 1861 ; Department of New England to February 20, 1862 ; 
not in any department to January 3, 1863 ; Department of the East to 
the close of the war. 

Massacliusetts. — In the Department of the East from January 1, 
1861, to October 1, 1861 ; Department of New England to February 20, 
1862 ; not in any department to January 3, 1863 ; Department of the 
East to the close of the war. 

Bliode Island. — In the Department of the East from January 1, 

Vol. XIIL— 3 



26 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

1861, to October 1, 1861 ; Department of New England to February 20, 
1862 ; not in any departmeat to January 3, 1863 ; Department of the 
East to the close of tlie war. 

Connecticut. — In the Department of the East from January 1, 
1861, to October 1, 1801 ; Department of New England to February 20, 
1862 ; not in any department to January 3, 1863 ; Department of the 
East to the close of the war. 

'Sew York. — In the Department of the East from January 1, 1861, 
to October 26, 1861 ; Department of New York to January 3, 1863 ; 
Department of the East to the close of the war. 

New Jersey. — In the Department of the East from January 1, 
1861, to October 26, 1861 ; not in any department to February 1, 
1862 ; Department of the Potomac to March 22, 1862; Middle Depart- 
ment to February 6, 1863 ; Department of the East to the close of the 
war. 

Pennsylvania. — In the Department of the East from January 1, 
1861, to April 19, 1861 ; Department of Washington to April 27, 1861 ; 
Department of Pennsylvania to August 17, 1861 (excepting that part 
lying west of a line drawn from the point of intersection of the South- 
ern Pennsylvania and Western Maryland Imes to the northeast corner 
of McKean County, which was in the Department of the Ohio from 
May 9, 1861, to July 25, 1861) ; ^ not in any department to February 
1, 1862; Department of the Potomac to March 22, 1862; Middle De, 
partment to June 9, 1863 ; that part Ij^ing east of Johnstown and the 
Laurel Hill range of mountains in the Department of the Susquehanna 
to December 1, 1864, and that part west of said line in the Department 
of the Monongahela to April 6, 1861:, when the latter section was 
merged into the Department of the Susquehanna, and the entire State 
so continued till December 1, 1864 ; Department of Pennsylvania to 
the close of the war. 

Dela-ivare. — In the Department of the East from January 1, 1861, 
to April 19, 1861 ; Department of Washington to April 27, 1861 ; De- 
partment of Pennsylvania to August 17, 1861; Department of the 
Potomac [to March 22,1862; Middle Department to the close of the 
war, excepting the post of Fort Delaware, which was regarded as an in- 
dependent command subsequent to March 12, 1864. 

1 Although the Department of Pennsylvania was discontiniied August 17, 1861, 
yet part of its territory (State of Pennsylvania) was not formally added to the 
Department of the Potomac, to which the remainder was transferred, until 
February 1, 1862. It appears, however, that by an order from the Headquarters 
of the army of August 24, 1861, General Dix's command (formerly the Depart- 
ment of Pennsylvania) was assigned to the Department of the Potomac, and on 
the 8th of November, 1861, that officer changed the caption of his orders from 
'•Headquarters Department of Pennsylvania" to "Headquarters Division." 



MILITARY DIVISIONS, DEPARTMENTS, ETC. 27 

Maryland.— January 1, 1861, to April 9,1861. — The entire State in 
the Department of the East. 

AprQ 9, 1861. to April 37, 1861.— The entire State in the Department 
of Washington. 

April 27, 1861, to July 2.5, 1861. — Fort Washington and the adjacent 
country as far as Bladensburg, inclusive, in the Department of Wash- 
ington ; the country for twenty miles on each side of the railroad from 
Annapolis to the City of Washington as far as Bladensburg in the De- 
partment of Annapolis (changed to the Department of Maryland July 
19, 1861) ; the remainder in the Department of Pennsylvania. 

July 25, 1861, to August 17, 1861.— The counties of Washington and 
Allegheny in the Department of the Shenandoah ; all of Prince George's 
County, including the section of country lying east of the District of 
Columbia and south of a line twenty miles from the south side of the 
railroad from Annapolis to the City of Washington as far as Bladens- 
burg, and the counties of Montgomery and Frederick, in the Depart- 
ment of Washington ; the remainder in the Department of Pennsyl- 
vania. 

August 17, 1861, to March 3, 1863.— The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of the Potomac. 

March 3, 1863, to March 11, 1863.— That part lying west of Flint- 
stone Creek, in Allegheny County, in the Department of Western 
Virginia ; the remainder in the Department of the Potomac. 

March 11, 1862, to March 23, 1862.- That part lying west of Flint- 
stone Creek, in Allegheny County, in the Mountain Department ; the 
remainder in the Department of the Potomac. 

March 23, 1862, to April 4, 1863.— The Eastern Shore and counties of 
Cecil, Harford, Baltimore, and Anne Arundel, in the Middle Depart- 
ment ; that portion west of Flintstone Creek, in Allegheny County, in 
the Mountain Department, and the remainder in the Department of the 
Potomac. 

April 4, 1863, to June 26, 1862.— That part west of the Blue Ridge 
and east of Flintstone Creek in the Department of the Shenandoah ; 
that part west of Flintstone Creek in the Mountain Department ; the 
country between the Potomac and Patuxent in the Department of the 
Rappahannock, and the remainder in the Middle Department. 

June 26, 1863, to September 2, 1862.— The sections embraced within 
the limits of the Departments of the Shenandoah, Rappahannock, and 
Mountain Department (as described in the foregoing paragraph), were 
under the jurisdiction of the Commanding General Army of Virginia; 
the remainder continued in the Middle Department. 

September 2, 1862, to February 2, 1863.— The district of country ly- 
ing within a line beginning at Fort Washington, on the Potomac, and 
running thence to Annapolis Junction, and thence to the mouth of 



28 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Seneca Creek, in the defences of Washington ; the rest in the Middle 
Department. ^ 

February 3, 18G3, to June 21, 1863. — The district of country north of 
the Potomac River from Piscataway Creek to Annapolis Junction, and 
thence to the mouth of the Monocacy, in the Department of Washing- 
ton ; the remainder in the Middle Department. 

June 24, 1863, to July 23, 1863.— That part lying west of Hancock, 
Washington County, in the Department of W^est Virginia ; that north 
of the Potomac River from Piscataway Creek to Annapolis Junction, 
and thence to the mouth of the Monocacj', in the Department of Wash- 
ington ; the remainder in the Middle Department. ^ 

July 23, 1863, to August 3, 1863.— The county of St. Mary's in the 
St. Mary's District; that part west of Hancock, Washington County, 
in the Department of West Virginia ; that north of the Potomac River 
from Piscataway Creek to Annapolis Junction, and thence to the mouth 
of the Monocacy, in the Department of Washington ; the remainder in 
the Middle Department. 

Augusts, 1863, to December 21, 1863.- The county of St. Mary's in 
the District of St. Mary's ; that part west of the Monocacy River in 
the Department of West Virginia ; that north of the Potomac River 
from Piscataway Creek to Annapolis Junction, and thence to the mouth 
of the Monocacy, in the Department of Washington ; the remainder in 
the Middle Department. 

December 21, 1863, to June 21, 1864.— The county of St. Mary's in 
the Department of Virginia and North Carolina ; that part west of the 
Monocacy River in the Department of West Virginia ; that north of 
the Potomac River from Piscataway Creek to Annapolis Junction, and 
thence to the mouth of the Monocacy, in the Department of Washing- 
ton ; the remainder in the Middle Department. 

June 21, 1864, to close of war. — That portion between the Patuxent, 
the Chesapeake Bay, and the Potomac River, including the prisoners' 
camp at Point Lookout and south of a line from Annapolis Junction 
to the mouth of the Monocacy, in the Department of Washington ; that 
west of the Monocacy in the Department of West Virginia ; the re- 
mainder in the Middle Department. ^ 

1 During the Maryland campaign, from September 3 to November 2, 1862, the 
Army of the Potomac also operated in the Counties of Montgomery, Frederick, 
and Washington ; and during the Gettysburg campaign, from June 25 to July 19, 
1863, in the Counties of Montgomery, Frederick, Carroll, and Washington. 

2 At the time of the rebel invasion of Maryland and threatened attack on the 
City of Washington, in July, 1864, troops of the Sixth and Nineteenth Army Corps 
and the Department of West Virginia ulso operated in the Counties of Montgomery 
and Frederick. In the early part of August, 1864, the First Division, Cavalry 
Corps, Army of the Potomac, marched from Washington, D. C, via Tenallytowa 
and Poolesville to Harper's Ferry. 



MILITARY DIVISIONS, DEPARTMENTS, ETC. 29 

District of Columbia. — In the Department of the East from Jan- 
uary 1, 1861, to April 9, 18G1 ; Department of Washington to August 
17, 1861 ; Department of the Potomac to April 4, 1862 ; Department of 
the Rappahannock to June 26, 1862 ; Military District of Washington to 
September 2, 1863 ; Defences of Washington to February 2, 1863, and 
Department of Washington to the close of the war. 

Virginia. — This State seceded April 17, 1861, and the whole of its 
territory (except the military post of Fort Monroe, which was continu- 
ously held by the Government) passed into the hands of the rebel author- 
ities. The first advance of United States troops within its borders 
occurred on the night of the 23d of May, 1861. A force belonging to 
the Department of Washington took possession of Arlington Heights, 
and the following morning (May 24) the city of Alexandria was also 
occupied. From this time to the close of the war the entire State, to a 
greater or less extent, was occupied by the opposing armies moving to 
and fro, and rendering it difficult to accurately deiine the various 
changes of departmental lines occurring therein. The following sum- 
mary, however, may be considered approximately, if not absolutely, 
correct. 

January 1, 1861, to April 9, 1861. — The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of the East. 

April 9, 1861, to May 9, 1S61. — Alexandria County (.originally in the 
District of Columbia) in the Department of Washington ; the remainder 
in the Department of the East. 

May 9, 1861, to May 22, 1861. — Alexandria County in the Department 
of Washington ; so much of Western Virginia as lies north of the Great 
Kanawha, north and west of the Greenbrier, and west of a line thence 
northward to the southwest corner of Maryland, and west of the Wes- 
tern Maryland and Western Pennsylvania lines, in the Department of 
the Ohio ; the remainder in the Department of the East. 

May 23, 1861, to May 27, 1861.— Alexandria County in the Depart- 
ment of Washington ; so much of Western Virginia as lies north of the 
Great Kanawha, north and west of the Greenbrier, and west of a line 
thence northward to the southwest corner of Maryland, and west of the 
Western Maryland and Western Pennsylvania lines, in the Department 
of the Ohio ; the district of country within sixty miles of Fort Monroe, 
including that post in the Department of Virginia ; the remainder in 
the Department of the East. 

May 37, 1861, to July 25, 1861.— So much of Western Virginia as lies 
north of the Great Kanawha, north and west of the Greenbrier, and 
west of a line thence northward to the southwest comer of Maryland, 
and west of the Western Maryland and Western Pennsylvania lines, in 
the Department of the Ohio ; the district of country within sixty miles 
of Fort Monroe, including that post in the Department of Virginia; 



30 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

that portion east of the Allegheny Mountains and north of the James 
River (except Fort Monroe and within sixty miles thereof) in the De- 
partment of Northeastern Virginia ; the remainder in the Department 
of the East. 

[Note. — On July 2, 1861, the Army under GTeneral Robert Patterson, com- 
manding the Department of Pennsylvania, crossed the Potomac at Williamsport, 
Md., and operated in Berkeley and Jefferson Counties, returning to the Mary- 
land side of the river on July 21, 1861, by way of Harper's Ferry.] 

July 25, 1861, to August 17, 1861. — So much of Western Virginia as 
lies north of the Great Kanawha, north and west of the Greenbrier, and 
west of a line thence northward to the southwest corner of Mary- 
land, and west of the Western Maryland and Western Pennsylvania 
lines, in the Department of Ohio ; the district of country within sixty 
miles of Fort Monroe, including that post, in the Department of Vir- 
ginia ; that portion east of the Alleghenies and north of the James (ex- 
cept Fort Monroe and within sixty miles thereof, and such parts as may 
be covered by the Army or Department of the Shenandoah in its opera- 
tions) in the Department of Northeastern Virginia ; the Shenandoah 
Valley and such other parts as may be covered by the Army commanded 
by General Banks in its operations in the Department of the Shenan- 
doah. 

August 17, 1861, to September 19, 1861. — So much of Western Vir- 
ginia as lies north of the Great Kanawha, north and west of the Green- 
brier, and west of a line thence northward to the southwest corner of 
Maryland, and west of the Western Maryland and Western Pennsylvania 
lines, in the Department of the Ohio ; the district of country within 
sixty miles of Fort Monroe, including that pos+, in the Department of 
Virginia ; that portion east of the Alleghenies and north of the James 
(excepting Fort Monroe and within sixty miles thereof, and including 
the Shenandoah Valley) in the Department of the Potomac. 

September 19, 1861, to November 9, 1861. — That part lying west of 
the Blue Ridge Mountains in the Department of Western Virginia ; the 
district of country within sixty miles of Fort Monroe, including that 
post, in the Department of Virginia; that portion east of the Blue 
Ridge Mountains and north of the James (except Fort Monroe and 
within sixty miles thereof) in the Department of the Potomac. 

November 9, 1861, to March 3, 1862.— That part lying west of the 
Alleghenies in the Department of Western Virginia ; the district of 
country within sixty miles of Fort Monroe, including that post, in the 
Department of Virginia ; that portion east of the Alleghenies and north 
of the James (except Fort Monroe and within sixty miles thereof) in the 
Department of the Potomac. 

March 3, 1862, to March 22, 1862.— The district of country within 
sixty miles of Fort Monroe, including that post, in the Department of 



MILITARY DIVISIONS, DEPARTMENTS, ETC. 31 

Virginia ; that part north of the James River (except Fort Monroe and 
within sixty miles thereof) and east of a line commencing at the north 
on the Potomac River opposite the mouth of the Flintstone Creek, and 
running thence southwardly along the South Branch Mountain, Town 
Hill Mountain, Branch Mountain or Big Ridge, and North or Shenan- 
doah Mountain, Purgatory Mountain, Blue Ridge, and the Alleghenies, 
in the Department of the Potomac ; and that part west of the lines just 
defined in the Department of Western Virginia. 

[KoTE. — On March 11, 1S6S, the designation of the Department of Western 
Virginia was changed to the Mountain Department, but no altei-ation of Depart- 
mental lines was made, so far as related to the State of Virginia.] 

March 22, 1862, to April 4, 1862.— The Eastern Shore (Accomac and 
Northampton Counties) in the Middle Department ; the district of 
country within sixty miles of Fort Monroe (on the mainland), including 
that post, in the Department of Virginia ; that part north of the James 
River (except Fort Monroe and within sLxty miles thereof), and east of 
a line commencing at the north on the Potomac River, opposite the 
mouth of Flintstone Creek, and running thence southwardly along the 
South Branch Mountain, Town Hill Mountain, Branch Mountain or Big 
Ridge, the North or Shenandoah Mountain, Purgatory Mountain, Blue 
Ridge, and the Alleghenies, in the Department of the Potomac, and 
that part west of the line just defined in the Mountain Department. 

April 4, 1862, to June 1, 1862. — The Eastern Shore (Accomac and 
Northampton Counties) in the Middle Department; the district of 
country within sixty miles of Fort Monroe (on the mainland), including 
that post, in the Department of Virginia ; that part north of the James 
River (except Fort Monroe and within sixty miles thereof) and east of 
tlie Fredericksburg and Richmond Railroad in the Department of the 
Potomac ; that part west of the Potomac River and the Fredericksburg 
and Richmond Railroad, and east of the Blue Ridge, in the Depart- 
ment of the Rappahannock ; that part west of the Blue Ridge and east 
of a line commencing at the north on the Potomac River, opposite the 
mouth of Flintstone Creek, and running thence southwardly along the 
South Branch Mountain, Townhill Mountain, Branch Mountain or Big 
Ridge, the North or Shenandoah Mountain, Purgatory Mountain, Blue 
Ridge and the Alleghenies, in the Department of the Shenandoah, and 
that part west of the line just defined in the Mountain Department. 

[Note. — The Advance Corps of the Army of the Potomac, changing its line of 
operations to the Peninsula, arrived at ForL Monroe, March 23, 1862, and from 
that date until June 1, 1862, the Army of the Potomac operated within the 
limits previously comprehended in the Department of Virginia. On the last- 
named date the limits of the Department of Virginia were extended, and all the 
forces therein placed under the command of General McClellan.] 

June 1, 1863, to June 8, 1862.— The Eastern Shore (Accomac and 



32 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Northampton Counties) in the Middle Department ; that part south of 
the Rappahannock and east of the railroad from Fredericksburg to 
Richmond, Petersburg, and Y/eldon, in the Department of Virginia ; 
that part north of the Rappahannock, west of the railroad from Fred- 
edcksburg to Richmond, and east of the Blue Ridge, in the Department 
of the Rappahannock ; that part west of the Blue Ridge and east of a 
line commencing at the north on the Potomac River, opposite the 
mouth of Flintstone Creek, and running thence southwardlj^ along the 
South Branch Mountain, Town Hill Mountain, Branch Mountain or 
Big Ridge, the North or Shenandoah Mountain, Purgatory Mountain, 
Blue Ridge, and the Alleghenies, in the Department of the Shenandoah, 
and that part west of the line just defined in the Mountain Department. 

June 8, 186.-, to June 26, 18G2. — The Eastern Shore (Accomac and 
Northampton Counties) in the Middle Department ; that part south 
of the Rappahannock and east of the railroad from Fredericksburg to 
Richmond, Petersburg, and Weldon, in the Department of Virginia ; 
that part north of the Rappahannock, west of the railroad from Fred- 
ericksburg to Richmond, and east of the Blue Ridge (excluding the 
Piedmont District and the Bull Mountain Range), in the Department 
of the Rappahannock ; that part west of the Blue Ridge (including the 
Piedmont District and the Bull Mountain Range on the east) and east of 
-jhe road known as Valley pike, and running from the Potomac (opposite 
Williamsport, Maryland) to Staunton (excluding that place), and of a 
line thence southward until it reaches the Blue Ridge, and thence with 
the line of the railroad to the southern boundary of the State, in the De- 
partment of the Shenandoah, and that part west of the line just defined 
in the Mountain Department. 

[Note. — The limits and boundaries of the Departments of the Rappahannock, 
the Shenandoah, and the Mountain Department as hei-ein described were not 
strictly adhered to. Certain movements of the enemy west of the Blue Ridge 
made it necessary to disregard departmental linee, and troops of the three depart- 
ments named operated in the Luray and Shenandoah Valleys during the whole or 
greater part of the time here embraced.] 

June 26, 1SG2, to September 19, 1863.— The Eastern Shore (Acco- 
mac and Northampton Counties) in the Middle Department ; that part 
south of the Rappahannock and east of the railroad from Fredericks- 
burg to Richmond, Petersburg, and Weldon, in the Department of 
Virginia. 

[Note.— On June 26, 1862, the forces belonging to the Departments of the 
Rappahannock, the Shenandoah, and the Mountain Department were consoli- 
dated into one army, under the designation of the " Army of "Virginia," the troops 
of the Mountain Department forming tne First Army Corps, the Department of the 
Shenandoah the Second Army Corps, and the Department of the Rappahannock the 
Third Army Corps. Tliis arrangement was continued until September 2, 1862, when 
the Ai-nv Potomac (which had in the latter part of August moved from 



MILITARY DIVISIONS, DEPARTMENTS, ETC. 33 

the Peninsula or Department of Virginia) and Army of Virginia were consolidated, 
the latter being merged into the former, and the entire force (except those in the 
defences of Washington) put in motion through Maryland to repel the invasion 
of that State by the enemy.] 

September 19, 1862, to February 2, 1863.— The Eastern Shore (Acco- 
mac and Northampton Counties) in the Middle Department ; that part 
south of the Rappahannock and east of the railroad from Fredericks- 
burg to Richmond, Petersburg, and Weldon, in the Department of 
Virginia ; all of Western Virginia in the Department of the Ohio, and 
BO much of the remainder as lies north of the James River and was 
covered by the Army of the Potomac in its operations, in the Depart- 
ment (or Army) of the Potomac. 

February 2, 18G3, to March 16, 1863.— The Eastern Shore (Accomac 
and Northampton Counties) in the Middle Department ; that part south 
of the Rappahannock and east of the railroad from Fredericksburg to 
Richmond, Petersburg, and Weldon, in the Department of Virginia; 
the district of country lying east of a line beginning at the confluence 
of Goose Creek and the Potomac, and running south along the creek 
and Bull Run Mountains to the mouth of the Occoquan, in the Depart- 
ment of Washington ; all of Western Virginia in the Department of the 
Ohio, and so much of the remainder as lies north of the James River 
and was covered by the Army of the Potomac in its operations, in the 
Department (or Army) of the Potomac. 

March 16, 1863, to June 9, 1863.- The Eastern Shore (Accomac and 
Northampton Counties) and Western Virginia in the Middle Depart- 
ment ; that part south of the Rappahannock and east of the railroad 
from Fredericksburg to Richmond, Petersburg, and Weldon, in the 
Department of Virginia ; the district of country lying east of a line be- 
ginning at the confluence of Goose Creek and the Potomac, and running 
south along the creek and Bull Run Mountains to the mouth of the 
Occoquan, in the Department of Washington, and so much of the re- 
mainder as lies north of the James River and was covered by the Army 
of the Potomac in its operations, in the Department (or Army) of the 
Potomac. 

[Note. — From this point Western Virginia is taken up as a separate State, 
■which aee following.] 

June 9, 1863, to July 15, 1863.— The Eastern Shore (Accomac and 
Northampton Counties) in the Middle Department ; that part south of 
the Rappahannock and east of the railroad from Fredericksburg to Rich- 
mond, Petersburg, and Weldon, in the Department of Virginia; the 
district of country lying east of a line beginning at the confluence of 
Goose Creek and the Potomac, and running south along the creek and 
Bull Run Mountains to the mouth of the Occoquan, in the Department 
of Washington, and so much of the remainder as lies north of the James 
2* 



34 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

River and was covered by the Army of the Potomac in its operations, 
in the Department (or Army) of the Potomac. 

July 15, 1863, to December 21, 1863.— The Eastern Shore (Accomac 
and Northampton Counties) in the Middle Department ; that part south 
of the Rappahannock and east of the railroad from Fredericksburg to 
Richmond, Petersburg, and Weldon, in the Department of Virginia ; 
the district of country lying east of a line beginning at the confluence 
of Goose Creek and the Potomac, and running south along the creek 
and Bull Run Mountains to the mouth of the Occoquan, in the Depart- 
ment of Washington, and so much of the remainder as lies north of the 
James River and was covered by the Army of the Potomac in its oper- 
ations, in the Department (or Army) of the Potomac. 

[Note. — On August 3, 1863, that part of the State in the vicinity of Harper's 
Ferry was formally transferred to the Department of West Virginia. See State 
of West Virginia following.] 

December 21, 1863, to close of war. — That part south of the Rappa- 
hannock and east of the railroad from Fredericksburg to Richmond, 
Petersburg, and "Weldon, including the Eastern Shore (Accomac and 
Northampton Counties), in the Department of Virginia and North 
Carolina ; the district of country lying east of a line beginning at the 
confluence of Goose Creek and the Potomac, and running south along 
the creek and Bull Run Mountains to the mouth of the Occoquan, in 
the Department of Washington. 

[XoTE. — During this epoch the Army of the Potoma coperated along the line of 
the Orange and Alexandria Railroad as far south as the Eapidan River to May 4, 
1864. It then moved via the Wilderness, Spottsylvania Coiirt-House, Hanover 
Court-House, and Cold Harbor to the line of the James River, investing the cities 
of Richmond and Petersburg from June 16, 1864, to April 3, 1865, and finally 
reached Appomattox Court-House (where hostilities terminated) April 9, 1865. 
The Army of the James (Department of Virginia and North Carolina to January 
12, 1865, and thereafter Department of Virginia) operated in conjunction with the 
Array of the Potomac from Maj-, 1864, to the end of the war. The Middle Mili- 
tary Division, created August 7, 1864, comprehended all the troops operating in 
the valley of the Shenandoah. 

About the 1st of October, 1864, an expedition, composed of troops of the District 
of Kentucky, Department of the Ohio, moved from Kentucky into the south- 
western section of Virginia, and proceeded as far as Saltville, whence it returned 
to Kentucky. In December, 1864, another expedition, composed of a force from 
the Department of the Cumberland moving from Tennessee, and a force from the 
Department of the Ohio moving from Kentucky, operated in the southwestern 
portion of the State along the line of the East Tennessee and Virginia Raihoad to 
Saltville. Also, in March and April, 1865, a detachmentof the First Cavalry Divi- 
sion, Department of the Cumberland, moving from Tennessee, proceeded along 
the line of the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad to a point within four milea 
of Lynchburg.] 

"West A'irginia, — The act of Congress approved December 31, 1862, 



MILITARY DIVISIONS, DEPARTMENTS, ETC. 35 

providing for the admission of the State of "West Virginia," was sub- 
sequently ratified by the people and announced by the President April 
20, 1863, to take eftect from and after sixty (60) days from that date. 
(For its departmental connections prior to this transaction see page 33, 
ante. ) 

March 16, 1863, to June 24, 1863.— All of the State in the Middle De- 
partment, except the counties of Hancock, Brooke, and Ohio, which 
were transferred to the Department of the Monongahela, June 9, 1863. 

June 24, 1863, to August 3, 1863.— That part lying west of a line 
drawn north and south through Hancock, Maryland, except the coun- 
ties of Hancock, Brooke, and Ohio, in the Department of West Vir- 
ginia ; that part lying east of said line in the Middle Department ; the 
counties of Hancock, Brooke, and Ohio, in the Department of the 
Monongahela. 

August 6, 1863, to October 12, 1863.— The entire State, except the 
counties of Hancock, Brooke, and Ohio, in the Department of West 
Virginia; the exceptions in the Department of the Monongahela. 

October 12, 1863, to close of war. — The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of West Virginia. 

Nortli Carolina. — This State seceded May 21, 1861. Previous, 
however, to the passage of the ordinance of secession the United States 
forts on the coast (Caswell, Johnston, and Macon) and the arsenal at 
Fayetteville had been seized by the State authorities. Its departmental 
connections, etc. , were as follows : 

January 1, 1861, to May 22, 1861.— The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of the East. 

May 22, 1861, to January 7, 1862. —That part within a radius of sixty 
miles from Fort Monroe, Virginia, in the Department of Virginia ; the 
remainder (except Hatteras Inlet, captured August 29, 1861, by troops 
from the Department of Virginia) not in any Department. 

January 7, 1862, to July 15, 1863. — The entire State known as the 
Department of North Carolina. 

July 15, 1863, to January 12, 1865. — The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of Virginia and North Carolina. 

January 12, 1865, to January 31, 1865. —The entire State in the De- 
partment of the South. 

January 31, 1865, to close of war. — The entire State formed the De- 
partment of North Carolina. 

[Note.— From March 2, 1865, till early in May, 1865, the army composed of 
the Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Seventeenth, and Twentieth Corps, and Kilpatrick's 
(•Third) Division of Cavalry, under Major-General W. T. Sherman, commanding 
the Military Division of the Mississippi, also operated in the State, marching en- 
tirely through from South Carolina to Virginia. In Mai'ch and April, 1865, the 
First Cavalry Division, Department of the Cumberland, moving from East Ten- 
nessee, penetrated the western portion of the State as far east as Salisbury.] 



36 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Sonth Carolina.— This State seceded December 20, 1860, and steps 
were at once taken to have the United States troops withdrawn from 
the posts in Charleston Harbor. Tills the Government refused to do. 
On the night of December 26, 1S60, the garrison of Fort Moultrie was 
transferred to Fort Sumter, and on the 27th and 30th, respectively, 
Castle Piuckney and the arsenal in Charleston was seized by the State 
authorities. This was followed by the investment of Fort Sumter, 
which finally capitulated on April ]3, 1861, after sustaining a vigorous 
bombardment for thirty-four hours. The entire State v/as now in the 
hands of the insurgents. Up to this time it had formed a part of the 
Department of the East. 

The first attempt on the part of the Government to regain a foothold 
within the State was inaugurated on October 39, 1861, at which time a 
military and naval expedit.on, commanded respectively by Brigadier- 
General W. T, Sherman and Commodore S. F. DuPont, set sail from 
Hampton Roads, and after an engagement with the enemy's forts, occu- 
pied Hilton Head, Port Royal, Beaufort, and the adjacent islands. 
The troops garrisoning these captured positions were known as the 
"Expeditionary Corps" until March 15, 1862, when the State was an- 
nounced as forming a part of the Department of the South, and so con- 
tinued to the close of the war. Meantime, from January 15, 1865, to 
March 3, 1865, the army composed of the Fourteenth. Fifteenth, Seven- 
teenth, and Twentieth Corps, and Kilpatrick's (Third) Division of Cav- 
alry, under Major-General W. T. Sherman, commanding the Military 
Division of the Mississippi, operated in the State, marcliing entirely 
through it, from Georgia to North Carolina. 

Georgia. — This State seceded January 18, 1861. On January 3, 
1801, the State authorities seized Fort Pulaski, and on January 24, 1861, 
a force of State troops also took possession of the U. S. Arsenal at Au- 
gusta, which act placed the entire State, with all the Government prop- 
erty, in the hands of the insurgents. 

The State was subsequently embraced in the following military de- 
partments, etc. : 

March 15, 1862, to close of war. — That portion bordering on the At- 
lantic in the Department of the South ; the remainder not (actually) 
in any department till October 21, 1862, when such parts of Northern 
Georgia as might be occupied by U. S. troops were placed in the De- 
partment of the Cumberland. 

[XoTE. — On May 7, 1864, the major portion of the army, known as the Military 
Division of the I\Iississippi, commanded by Major-General W. T. Sherman, en- 
tered the State from the north, and, after a series of hard-fought battles, reached 
the sea-coast at Savannah, December 21, 18fi4.] 

Florida. — On January 7, 1861, the ordinance of secession was passed 
by this State, and within a few days thereafter several of the military 



MILITARY DIVISIONS, DEPARTMENTS, ETC. 37 

posts of the United States, including the Navy Yard at Pensacola, were 
seized by the State authorities. The garrisons of Forts Pickens, Jeffer- 
son, and Taylor, being strong enough to defend them, were maintained 
throughout the war. 

The military departmental connections of the State were as follows : 

January 1, 1861, to April 11, 1861. — The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of the Bast. 

April 11, 1861, to January 11, 1863. — The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of Florida. 

January 11, 1862, to March 15, 1862.— Key West, the Tortugas, and 
the mainland on the west coast as far as Appalachicola, and to Cape 
Canaveral on the east coast, in the Department of Key West ; the re- 
mainder in the Department of Florida. 

March 1.5, 1862, to August 8, 1862.— The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of the South. 

August 8, 1862, to March 16, 1863. — West Florida in the Department 
of the Gulf ; the remainder in the Department of the South. 

March 16, 1863, to February 10, 18(55.— Key West, the Tortugas, and 
West Florida in the Department of the Gulf ; the remainder in the De- 
partment of the South. 

February 10, 1865, to May 17, 1865.— Key West, the Tortugas, and 
West Florida in the Division of West Mississippi ; the remainder in the 
Department of the South. 

[Note.— By treaty with Spain, February 22, 1819, the United States acquired 
possession of the territories of Eastern and Western Florida. Down to 1821, the 
Appalachicola River divided the two territories, but in that year General Jackson 
(then Governor) constituted the Suvvanee River the line of division. In 1824 Con- 
gress (see Statutes at Large, vol. iv., chap. 163, p. 45) divided Florida into three 
judicial districts, the Eastern embracing all of Florida east of the Suwanee River, 
the Middle that part of the territory west of the Suwanee and east of the Appala- 
chicola Rivers, and the Western that portion of Florida west of the Appalachicola. 
In the absence of positive data, it is assumed that the creation of the three 
judicial districts form the basis of the usual division of that State into East, Mid- 
dle, and West Florida.] 

Alabama. — The ordinance of secession was formally adopted by this 
State January 11, 1861. Already the United States Arsenal at Mount 
Vernon, and Ports Gaines and Morgan, in Mobile Bay, had been seized 
by Alabama State troops. At this time the State was embraced within 
the limits of the Department of the East. Its coast-line was held by 
the enemy until August 8, 1864, when Fort Gaines, in Mobile Bay, was 
captured and occupied by United States troops. On the 23d of the 
same month Fort Morgan also surrendered. This portion of the State 
was included in the Department of the Gulf until February 10, 1865, 
when it became a part of the Military Division of West Mississippi. 



38 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

On May 17, 1865, it was transferred back to the Department of the 
Gulf. Possession of the northern portion of the State was obtained 
by the National forces at a much earlier period. 

Immediately after the fall of Fort Henry, Tennessee, in February, 
1862, gunboats were sent up the Tennessee River as far as Florence, 
Ala., and again, on April 1, 1863, a combined military and naval ex- 
pedition moved from Pittsburg Landing, Tenn., to Chickasaw, Ala., 
but no permanent lodgment was effected. The first foothold of im- 
portance gained by the Federal troops in Northern Alabama occurred 
on April 8, 1863, when the Third Division (General O. M. Mitchel) of 
the Army of the Ohio, Department of the Mississippi, moving from 
Murfreesboro, Tenn., crossed the State line and occupied Huntsville 
and other points. The troops in that section of country continued as a 
part of the Department of the Mississippi until October 24, 1863, when 
Buch portions of Northern Alabama as were or might be in possession 
of the United States troops was announced as constituting a part of the 
Department of the Cumberland, and so remained until the close of the 
war. 

Mississippi. — The ordinance of secession was passed by this State 
January 9, 1861. The only military post in the State at this time was 
a fort under construction on Ship Island, in Mississippi Sound. It was 
seized by an armed body of secessionists January 20, 1861. Having 
been abandoned by the enemy, a force from the United States steamer 
Massachusetts took possession of the island, September 17, 1861, 
and held it until relieved by a brigade of troops under command of 
Brigadier-General J. W. Phelps, on December 3, 1861. On February 
23, 1863, the coast-line of Mississippi was made a part of the Depaxt- 
ment of the Gulf, and so continued until May 17, 1865, when the entire 
State was merged into that Department. 

The northern portion of the State was first entered in April, 1863, 
soon after the battle of Pittsburg Landing, fought April 6th and 7th, 
by the Armies of the Tennessee, the Mississippi, and the Ohio, of the 
Department of the Mississippi. From this time till October 16, 1863, 
such portions of this section of coimtry as were in possession of the 
Federal troops were comprehended within the limits of the Department 
of the Mississippi, whose designation was changed on the last-named 
date to the Department of the Tennessee, and so remained until Novem- 
ber 38, 1864, when it was transferred to the Department of the Missis- 
sippi. This arrangement continued until January 17, 1865, when such 
parts of the State as were occupied by troops imder the command of 
Major-General George H. Thomas, were included in the Department 
of the Cumberland, and that part along the Mississippi River occupied 
by the troops of the Military Division of the West Mississippi was 
embraced in the Department of the Mississippi. This construction of 



MILITARY DIVISIONS, DEPARTMENTS, ETC. 39 

departmental lines remained unchanged nntil May 17, 1865, when the 
entire State was merged into the Department of the Gulf. 

Louisiana. — The ordinance of secession was adopted by this State 
January 26, 1861. A short time previous to the passage of the act, 
Forts Jackson and St. Philip, Jackson Barracks at New Orleans, and 
the Arsenal and Barracks at Baton Rouge, were taken possession of by 
the State authorities. The United States Marine Hospital, the Mint, 
and Custom-house at New Orleans, and Forts Macomb and Pike, on 
Lake Pontchartrain, and other posts were subsequently seized. The 
entire State remained in the hands of the enemy until April 2.5, 1862, 
on which day a portion of the Western Gulf Squadron, under Flag-Offi- 
cer D. G. Farragut, having passed Forts Jackson and St. Philip, ap- 
peared before the city of New Orleans and demanded its surrender. 
On April 28th Forts Jackson and St. Philip fell into the hands of the 
Federal forces, and on May 1st the city of New Orleans was formally 
occupied by the troops under General B. F. Butler, commanding the 
Department of the Gulf. The southern portion of the State remained 
in the Department of the Gulf to the close of the war. 

On June 20, 1862, an expedition consisting of troops belonging to the 
Department of the Gulf, and commanded by General Thomas Williams, 
accompanied by a naval force under Flag Officer Farragut, left Baton 
Rouge, and proceeding up the Mississippi River, landed at a point oppo- 
site Vicksburg, Mississippi, where an attempt was made to construct 
a cut-off canal and capture Vicksburg ; both of which having failed, 
the combined force returned to Baton Rouge during the following 
month. 

No further operations in Northern Louisiana by United States troops 
took place until December 25, 1862, when the right wing, Army of the 
Tennessee, under General W. T. Sherman, landed at Milliken's Bend, 
and, after cutting the Vicksburg and Shreveport Railroad, re- em- 
barked, and proceeding to the vicinity of Vicksburg, Mississippi, made 
an unsuccessful assault on the enemy's works at Chickasaw Bluffs. 
After the capture of Arkansas Post, in January, 1863, the Army of the 
Tennessee, under General U. S. Grant, landed at Young's Point, Lou- 
isiana, and commenced the final campaign against Vicksburg. This 
section of the State was thenceforth embraced within the limits of 
the Department of the Tennessee up to November 28, 1864, when it 
became a part of the Department of the Mississippi, and so remained 
until the close of the war. 

Texas. — The ordinance of secession was passed by this State Febru- 
ary 1, 1861. On the 18th of that month Brigadier-General David E. 
Twiggs, commanding the Department of Texas, which compreliended 
the entire State, surrendered all the military posts and public property 
to the State authorities. 



40 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

By the articles of agreement the troops were to be allowed to march to 
the coast, and there take transportation North. Some detachments 
garrisoning the interior posts were unavoidably delayed in leaving the 
State, and on April 25th a force, consisting of two companies of the 
1st, three of the 3d, and two of the 8th Infantry — seven in all — under 
command of Major C C. Sibley, 3d Infantry, which had embarked, and 
was about to leave Texas under the provisions of the agreement above 
cited, was seized by a superior armed force of Texans, under Van Dorn, 
near the port of Saluria, and compelled to give their paroles not to bear 
arms, etc., until exchanged or released by order of the President of the 
Confederate States. Upon complying with these requirements this 
force was permitted to proceed North. 

On May 9th another detachment, composed of six companies of 
the 8th Infantry, commanded by Captain I. V. D. Reeve, while en 
route to the coast for the purpose of leaving the State, was met at San 
Lucas Spring, fifteen miles west of San Antonio, by a superior armed 
body of the enemy, also under Van Dorn, and forced to surrender un- 
conditionally. These troops were not paroled, but held to await the 
orders of the President of the Confederate States, who subsequently 
directed that they be held as hostages. Some of the officers and a part 
of the enlisted men were afterward released on parole, but the greater 
portion of them were kept in confinement until February, 1863. Colonel 
C A. Waite, 1st Infantry, who succeeded General Twiggs in com- 
mand of the Department of Texas, and several other officers on duty at 
San Antonio, were arrested on April 23, 1861, and forcibly required to 
give their paroles. 

Exclusive control of the State was held by the enemy from this time 
until the summer of 1862, when a column of troops from California, 
under command of Brigadier-General J. H. Carleton, marched to the 
Rio Grande, and took possession of the town of Franklin and Forts 
Bliss, Quitman, and Davis. Although all of these posts were not occu- 
pied, yet the foothold thus gained in the northwestern corner of Texas 
was maintained throughout the war, and formed a part of the Depart- 
ment of New Mexico till the close of hostilities. 

On February 23, 1862, the coast line and so much of the State as 
might be occupied by the U. S. forces under General Butler was placed 
in the Department of the Gulf. But with the exception of the port 
and town of Galveston, held by a naval force from October 10, 1862, to 
January 1, 1863, and which was reinforced late in December, 1862, by a 
small detachment of Infantry, no portion of the coast was recovered by 
the U. S. troops until November 3, 1863, on which day an expedition, 
consisting of the Second Division, Thirteenth Army Corps, commanded 
by General N. J. T. Dana, effected a landing at Brazos, Santiago Island, 
and pushing inland, took possession of Brownsville. Later in the 



MILITARY DIVISIONS, DEPARTMENTS, ETC. 41 

raonth other troops or the Thirteenth Army Corps landed on Mustang 
and St. Joseph's Islands, and succeeded in capturing Fort Esperanza, 
at the head of Matagorda Bay. Other points in this vicinity were sub- 
sequently taken and occupied. 

The forces engaged in these operations belonged to the Department of 
the Gulf, and that locality, together with other portions subsequently 
added (excepting the northwestern part, heretofore mentioned), was em- 
braced within the limits of said department till the close of the war. 

Arkansas.— The ordinance of secession was passed by this State 
May 6, 1861, the United States Arsenal at Little Rock, and the mili- 
tary post of Fort Smith having been previously seized by the State au- 
thorities. Its departmental connections were as follows : 

January 1, 1861, to July 3, 1861. — The entire State in the Department 
of the West. 

July 3, 1861, to November 9, 1861.— The entire State in the Western 
Department. 

November 9, 1861, to March 11, 1862.— The entire State in the De- 
partment of the Missouri. 

March 11, 1862, to September 19, 1862.— The entire State in the De- 
partment of the Mississippi. 

September 19, 1862, to January 6, 1864. — The entire State in the De- 
partment of the Missouri, excepting Fort Smith, transferred to the 
Department of Kansas, January 1, 186-4. 

January 6, 1864, to April 17, 1864. — The entire State, excepting Fort 
Smith (see preceding paragraph), in the Department of Arkansas. 

April 17, 1864, to close of war. — The entire State in the Department 
of Arkansas. 

Teiinessce. — On January 1, 1861, this State formed a part of 
the Department of the East. Although its ordinance of secession 
was not adopted by the people, to whom submitted, until the 8th of 
June, 1861, yet, as early as April its Governor had refused the requi- 
sition of President Lincoln for troops to suppress the rebellion, and had 
also ordered the seizure of certain funds belonging to the United States 
which were in possession of the Collector at Nashville, and on the 1st of 
May the Legislature passed a resolution directing the Governor to enter 
into a military league with the Confederate States, subjecting the whole 
military force of the State to the control of the rebel authorities. The 
subsequent departmental connections of the State were as follows : 

August 15, 1861, to November 9, 1861.— The entire State in the 
Department of the Cumberland. 

November 9, 1861, to March 11, 1862.— The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of the Ohio. 

(By the capture of Fort Henry, on the Tennessee River, February 6, 
1862, soon followed by the surrender of Fort Donelson, on the Cumber- 



42 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

land, a force of United States troops \mder General U. S. Grant, belong- 
ing to the Department of the Missouri, gained control of the western 
part of the State. ) 

March 11, 1863, to June 8, 1862.— That portion of the State Ijdng 
west of a north and south line indefinitely drawn through Knoxville, in 
the Department of the Mississippi, and that portion east of said line in 
the Mountain Department. ^ 

June 8, 1862, to October 16, 1862.— The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of the Mississippi, excepting Cumberland Gap and vicinity, trans- 
ferred to the Department of the Ohio, August 19, 1863. 

October 16, 1863, to November 16, 1863.— That portion of the State 
west of the Tennessee River in the Department of the Tennessee, and 
that portion east of said river in the Department of the Cumberland. 

November 16, 1863, to November 28, 1864. —Such parts of the State 
(i. e., East Tennessee) as were occupied by the troops of the Army of 
the Ohio, in the Department of the Ohio ; the middle portion, extend- 
ing westward to the Tennessee River in the Department of the Cumber- 
land, and that part west of the Tennessee River in the Department of 
the Tennessee. 

November 28, 1864, to January 17, 1865.— That portion of the State 
west of the Tennessee River in the Department of the Mississippi ; the 
central portion in the Department of the Cumberland, and the eastern 
part in the Department of the Ohio. 

January 17, 1865, to February 10, 1865. — That portion of the State 
east of the Tennessee River in the Department of the Cumberland, the 
remainder in the Department of the Mississippi. 

February 10, 1865, to close of war. — The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of the Cumberland. 

Kentucky. — At the beginning of the rebellion this State assumed a 
position of neutrality, and refused to take part on either side ; but this 
position was not recognized by the Government of the United States. 

On the 1st of July, 1861, Lieutenant William Nelson, U. S. Navy 
(afterwards Brigadier-General of Volunteers), was authorized by the 
War Department to raise and organize into regiments, Volunteers from 
Tennessee and Kentucky. He proceeded to Bryantsville, Garrard 
County, and there established a camp called ''Camp Dick Robinson." 
The first armed invasion of the State was made by the rebel General 
Polk, who seized the towns of Columbus and Hickman on the 4th of 
September, 1861. This was followed on the 6th by the occupation of 
Paducah by a force of United States troops, under General U. S. Grant, 

1 Although this division of the State was made in order.«, yet the only troops 
operating in Eastern Tennessee (i. e., Cumberland Gap and vicinity) belonged 
to the Army of the Ohio, of the Department of the Mississippi, so that, in fact, 
no portion of the Stote was in the Mountain Department. 



MILITARY DIVISIONS, DEPARTMENTS, ETC. 43 

belonging to the District of Southeast Missouri, in the Western Depart- 
ment. 

On May 28, 1861 , so much of the State as was embraced within one 
hundred miles of the Ohio River was announced as constituting the 
Department of Kentucky. Its subsequent departmental connections 
were as follows : 

August 1.5, 1861, to November 9, 1861.— The entire State in the De- 
partment of the Cumberland, except that portion lying within fifteen 
miles of Cincinnati, Ohio, transferred to the Department of the Ohio 
September 19, 1861, and the forces operating in the vicinity of the 
junction of the Tennessee, Cumberland, Ohio, and Mississippi Rivers, 
which belonged to the Western Department. 

November 9, 1861, to March 11, 1863.— That portion of the State 
west of the Cumberland River in the Department of the Missouri, and 
that part east of the Cumberland River in the Department of the Ohio. 

March 11, 1863, to June 8, 1863.— That portion of the State lying 
west of a north and south line indefinitely drawn through Knoxville, 
Tenn., in the Department of the Mississippi, and that portion lying east 
of said line in the Mountain Department. ^ 

June 8, 1863, to August 19, 1863.— The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of the Mississippi. 

August 19, 1863, to October 16, 1863.— All of the State east of the 
Tennessee River in the Department of the Ohio ; the remainder in the 
Department of the Mississippi. 

October 16, 1863, to August 7, 1864.— That portion of the State west 
of the Tennessee River in the Department of the Tennessee ; the re- 
mainder in the Department of the Ohio, excepting the town of Coving- 
ton and the country around it within a radius of ten miles, annexed to 
the Northern Department June 25, 1864. 

August 7, 1864, to January 17, 1865. — The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of the Ohio. 

January 17, 1865, to February 10, 1865. — The entire State in the 
Department of the Cumberland. 

February 10, 1865, to close of war. — The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of Kentucky. 

Oliio.— January 1, 1861, to May 3, 1861.— The entire State in the 
Department of the East, 

May 3, 1861, to March 11, 1863.— The entire State in the Department 
of the Ohio. 

March 11, 1863, to June 36, 1863.— That part of the State lying east 

1 Although this division of the State was made in orders, yet the only troops 
operating in Eastern Kentucky belonged to the Army of the Ohio, of the Depart- 
ment of the Mississippi, so that in fact uo portion of the State was in the Moun- 
tain Department. 



44 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

of a north and south line indefinitely drawn through Knoxville, Ten- 
nessee, in the Mountain department, that part west of said line in the 
Department of the Mississippi. ^ 

June 36, 1862, to August 10, 1863.— That part of the State lying east 
of a north and south line indefinitely drawn through Knoxville, Ten- 
nessee, not in any department, the remainder in the Department of the 
Mississippi.! 

August 19, 1863, to June 9, 1863.— The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of the Ohio. 2 

June 9, 1863, to June 34, 1863. — The counties of Columbiana, Jeffer- 
son, and Belmont, in the Department of the Monongahela ; the remain- 
der in the Department of the Ohio, except Gallipolis and the Ohio 
shore opposite the mouth of the Kanawha, which was in the Middle 
Department. 2 

June 24, 1863, to January 12, 1864.— The counties of Columbiana, 
Jefferson, and Belmont, in the Department of the Monongahela ; the 
counties of Monroe, Washington, Athens, Meigs, Gallia, and Laurence, 
in the Department of West Virginia ; the remainder of the State in the 
Department of the Ohio until November 16, 1863. when that Depart- 
ment was reorganized, and this portion of the State, which had consti- 
tuted a part of it, being excluded, was not embraced within the limits 
of any department until the formation of the Northern Department, 
January 12, 1864. 

January 13, 1864, to close of war. — The entire State in the Northern 
Department. 

Micliigaii. — January 1, 1861, to April 13, 1861. — The entire State 
in the Department of the East. 

April 13. 1861, to November 9, 1861. — Not in any department. 

November 9, 1861, to March 11, 1863.— The entire State in the De- 
partment of the Ohio. 

March 11, 1863, to June 26, 1863.— That part of the State lying east 
of a north and south line indefinitely drawn through Knoxville, Tenn., 
in the Mountain Department, that part west of said line in the Depart- 
ment of the Mississippi. 



1 By a literal interpretation of the President's War Order No. 3, of March 11, 
1862, the State of Ohio was imequalli' divided between the Department of the 
Mississippi and the Mountain Department, but uo evidence exists that the Com- 
manding General of either department exercised control over any forces in the 
State. On the contrary, the Governor of Ohio seems to have held a semi-military 
jurisdiction over the troops stationed at Camp Chase, Johnson's Island, etc. 

- By telegram from War Department of May 15, lfc63, Gallipolis and the Ohio 
shore opposite the mouth of the Kanawha was placed in the Middle Department, 
and so continued until the formation of the Department of West Virginia, June 
24, 1863, with which this section of country was merged. 



MILITARY DIVISIONS, DEPARTMENTS, ETC. 45 

June 2i'5, 1862, to August 19, 1862.— That part of the State lying east 
of a noith and south line indefinitely drawn through Knoxville, Tenn., 
not in any department, the remainder in the Department of the Missis- 
sippi. 

August 19, 1862, to November 16, 1863.— The entire State in the De- 
partment of the Ohio. 

November 16, 1863, to Januarj' 12, 1864. — Not in any department. 

January 12, 1864, to close of war. — The entire State in the Northern 
Department. 

Indiana. — January 1, 1861, to May 3, 1861. — The entire State in 
the Department of the East. 

May 3, 1861, to March 11, 1862.— The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of the Ohio. 

March 11, 1862, to August 19, 1862.— The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of the Mississippi. 

August 19, 1862, to November 16, 1863.— The entire State in the De- 
partment of the Ohio. 

November 16, 1863, to January 12, 1864. — The entire State in no de- 
partment. 

January 12, 1864, to close of war. — The entire State in the Northern 
Department, except the post of .Teffersonville, transferred to the De- 
partment of the Ohio, February 8, 1864, and then, together with the 
post of New Albany, to the Department of Kentucky, March 24, 1865. 

Illinois — January 1, 1861, to May 3, 1861.— The entire State in the 
Department of the East. 

May 3, 1861, to July 3, 1861.— The entire State in the Department of 
the Ohio. 

July 3, 1861, to November 9, 1861.— The entire State in the Western 
Department. 

November 9, 1861, to March 11, 1862.— The entire State in the De- 
partment of the Missouri. 

March 11, 1862, to August 19, 1862.— The entire State in the Depart- 
ment of the Mississippi. 

August 19, 1862, to November 16, 1863.— The entire State in the De- 
partment of the Ohio, excepting the post of Alton, transferred to the 
Department of the Missouri, September 19, 1862, and the post of Cairo, 
annexed to the Department of the Tennessee, October 16, 1862. (The 
first-named place remained in the Department of the Missouri through- 
out the war, and the latter was merged into the Northern Department 
August?, 1864.) 

November 16, 1863, to January 12, 1864. — The entire State, exclusive 
of the foregoing exceptions, not in any department. 

January 12, 1864, to close of war. — The entire State, exclusive of the 
exceptions above noted, in the Northern Department. 



46 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Wisconsin. — January 1, 18G1, to November 9, 1801. — The entire 
State virtually not in any department. 

November 9, 1861, to March 11, 18G2.— In the Department of the 
Missouri. 

March 11, 1862, to August 19, 1863.— In the Department of the Missis- 
sippi. 

August 19, 1862, to September 6, 1862.— In the Department of the 
Ohio. 

September 6, 1862, to close of war. — In the Department of the North- 
west. 

Iowa.— January 1, 1861, to July 3, 1861.— The entire State in the 
Department of the West. 

July 3, 1861, to November 9, 1861.— In the Western Department. 

November 9, 1861, to March 11, 1862.— In the Department of the 
Missouri. 

March 11, 1862, to September 6, 1862.- In the Department of the 
Mississippi. 

September 6, 1862, to close of war. — In the Department of the North- 
west. 

Missouri.- January 1, 1861, to July 3, 1861.— The entire State in 
the Department of the West. (On June 6, 1861, an order was issued 
extending the limits of the Department of the Ohio so as to embrace 
the State of Missouri, but not being carried into effect the State re- 
mained in the Department of the West until the formation of the 
Western Department, July 3, 1 861. ) 

July 3, 1861, to November 9, 1861. — In the Western Department. 

November 9, 1861, to March 11, 1862.— In the Department of the 
Missouri. 

March 11, 1862, to September 19, 1862.— In the Department of the 
Mississippi. 

September 19, 1862, to close of war. — In the Department of the 
Missouri. 

Minnesota.— January 1, 1861, to July 3, 1861.— The entire State in 
the Department of the West. 

July 3, 1861, to November 9, 1861.— In the Western Department. 

November 9, 1861, to March 11, 1862.— In the Department of the 
Missouri. 

March 11, 1862, to September 6, 1862.— In the Department of the 
Mississippi. 

September 6, 1862, to close of war.— In the Department of the 
Northwest. 

Kansas — January 1, 1861, to July 3, 1861.— The entire State in the 
Department of the West. 

July 3, 1861, to November 9, 1861.— In the Western Department. 



MILITARY DIVISIONS, DEPARTMENTS, ETC. 47 

November 9, 1861, to March 11, 1862. — In the Department of Kansas. 

March 11, 1862, to May 3, 1862.— In the Department of the Missis- 
sippi. 

May 2, 1862, to September 19, 1862.— In the Department of Kansas. 

September 19, 18tj2, to January 1, 1861:. — In the Department of the 
Missouri. 

January 1, 1864, to January 30, 1865. — In the Department of Kansas. 

January 30, 1865, to close of war. — In the Department of the Mis- 
souri. 

California. — January 1, 1861, to close of war. — The entire State in 
the Department of the Pacific. 

Oregon. — January 1, 1861, to close of war. — The entire State in the 
Department of the Pacific. 

Nevada. — January 1, 1861, to close of war. — In the Department of 
the Pacific. 

Arizona Territory. — (Created out of a part of New Mexico by act 
of Congress of March 3, 1863. ) 

January 1, 1861, to July 23, 1861. — In the Department of the Pacific. 

July 23, 1861, to May 21, 1862.— Unoccupied by United States tioops. 

May 21, 1862, to January 14, 1863. — In the Department of the Pacific. 

January 14, 1863, to January 20, 1865. — In the Department of New 
Mexico. 

January 20, 1865, to close of war. — In the Department of the Pacific. 

Nebraska Territory. — January 1, 1861, to July 3, 1861. — In the 
Department of the West. 

July 3, 1861, to November 9, 1861.— In the Western Department. 

November 9, 1861, to March 11, 1862. — In the Department of Kansas. 

March 11, 1862, to May 2, 1862.— In the Department of the Mis- 
sissippi. 

May 2, 1862, to September 6, 1862.— In the Department of Kansas. 

September 6, 1862, to October 11, 1862. — In the Department of the 
Northwest. 

October 11, 1862, to January 1, 1864. — In the Department of the 
Missouri. 

January 1, 1864, to January 30, 1865. — In the Department of Kansas. 

January 30, 1865, to close of war. — In the Department of the Mis- 
souri. 

Colorado Territory. — (Created by act of Congress of February 
28, 1861.) 

January 1, 1861, to July 3, 1861.— In the Department of the West. 

July 3, 1861, to November 9, 1861. — In the Western Department. 

November 9, 1861, to March 11, 1862. — In the Department of Kansas, 
excepting Fort Garland, transferred to the Department of New Mexico, 
February 14, 1862. 



48 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

March 11, 1863, to May 2, 1863.— In the Department of the Mis- 
sissippi, excepting lort Garland, in the Department of New Mexico. 

May 3, 1863, to September 19, 1863. — In the Department of Kansas. 

September 19, 1862, to January 1, 1864. — In the Department of the 
Missouri. 

January ], 1864, to January 30, 1865. — In the Department of Kansas. 

January '60, 1865, to close of war. — In the Department of the Mis- 
souri. 

Dakota, Territory — January 1, 1861, to July 3, 1861.— In the 
Department of the West. 

July 3, 1861, to November 9, 1861, — In the Western Department. 

November 9, 1S61, to March 11, 1863. — In the Department of Kansas. 

March 11, 1863, to May 3, 1862.— In the Department of the Mis- 
sissippi. 

May 2, 1863, to September 6, 1863.— In the Department of Kansas. 

September 6, 1863, to February 17, 1865. — In the Department of the 
Northwest. 

February 17, 1865, to close of war. — That part east of the 104° of 
longitude in the Department of the Northwest, the remainder in the 
Department of the Missouri. 

Idaho Territory. — (Created by act of Congress of March 3, 1863.) 

January 1, 1861, to close of war. In the Department of the Pacific. 

Indian Territory.^ — January 1, 1861, to July 3, 1861. — In the 
DeiJartment of the West. 

July 3, 1861, to November 9, 1861. — In the Western Department. 

November 9, 1861, to March 11, 1863. — In the Department of Kansas. 

March 11, 1863, to May 3, 1863.— In the Department of the Mis- 
sissippi. 

May 3, 1862, to September 19, 1862.— In the Department of Kansas. 

September 19, 1863, to January 1, 1864. — In the Department of the 
Missouri. 

January 1, 1864, to April 17, 1864. — In the Department of Kansas. 

April 17, 1864, to close of war. — In the Department of Arkansas. 

Montana Territory. — (Created by act of Congress of May 36, 1864.) 

June 1, 1861, to May 36, 1864. — Included within the limits of the 
departments which embraced the Territory of Dakota. 

May 36, 1864, to February 17, 1865. — In the Department of the 
Northwest. 

1 In May, 1861. the troops garrisoning the military posts of the Territory (Forts 
Arbuckle, Cobb, and Washita) were withdrawn and marched to Fort Leavenworth, 
Kan.sas. The first reoccupation of any part of the Territory by U. S. troops 
occurred in June, 18(5'2, wLen an expedition was fitted out in the State of Kansas 
(Department of Kansas) which penetrated the Territory to within a short dis- 
tance of Foit Gibson. This force returned to Fort Scott, Kansas, August 11, 1862. 



MILITARY DIVISIONS, DEPARTMENTS, ETC. 49 

February 17, 1865, to close of war. — In the Department of the Mis- 
souri. 

New Mexico Territory. — January 1, 1861, to November 9, 1861. — 
That portion of the Territory lying east of the 110° of longitude in the 
Department of New Mexico, and that part lying west of said Une in the 
Department of the Pacific. 

November 0, 1861, to close of war. — The entire Territory in the 
Department of New Mexico. 

Utah Territory.— January 1, 1861, to July 27, 1861.— That portion 
of the Territory lying east of the 117" of longitude in the Department 
of Utah, and that part lying west of said line in the Department of the 
Pacific. 

July 27, 1861, to February 17, 1865.— The entire Territory in the 
Department of the Pacific. 

February 17, 1865, to close of war. — In the Department of the Mis- 
souri, 

^Washington Territory. — January 1, 1861, to close of war. — lu 
the Department of the Pacific. 

XIII.— 3 



MILITARY DEPARTMENTS ALPHABETI- 
CALLY ARRANGED. 

The Departments were composed of part or the whole of the States and Terri- 
tories named. 

Alabama— see Alabama. 

Annapolis — see Maryland. 

Arkansas— see Arkansas, Indian Territory. 

California — see Arizona, California, New Mexico, Nevada. 

Columbia— see Oregon, Washington Territory, Idaho. 

Cumberland, The— see Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Ten- 
nessee. 

East, The— see New England States, New York, New Jersey. 

Florida— see Florida. 

G-eorgia — see Georgia. 

Gulf, The— see Gulf States. 

Kansas— see Kansas, Indian Territory, Nebraska, Colorado, Dakota. 

Kentucky— see Kentucky, Indiana. 

Key West— see Florida. 

Louisiana— see Louisiana. 

Maryland — see Maryland. 

Middle Department— see West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware. 
Pennsylvania. 

Mississippi, The— see Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi. 

Missouri, The— see Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Ar- 
kansas, Kentucky, Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas, Utac, Dakota, 
Montana, New Mexico. 

Monongahela, The— see Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia. 

Mountain Department— see West Virginia, Martlaxd. 

New England— see New England States. 

New York — see New York. 

Northern Department— see Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois. 

North Carolina— see North Carolina. 

Northeastern Virginia— see Virginia. 

New Mexico-see New Mexico, Arizona. 

Northwest, The— see Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Dakota. 

Ohio, The— see Ohio, Indiana, Illinois. Missouri, Pennsylvania, West Vir- 
ginia, Michigan, Kentucky, Wisconsin. 



DEPARTMENTS, ALPHABETICALLY. 51 

Pacific, The — see California, Washington Teekitort, Oregon, Arizona. 

Pennsylvania— see Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania. 

Potomac, The— see Pennsylvania, New Jersey. Maryland. 

Rappahannock, The — see Virginia, District of Columbia. 

Shenandoah, The — see IIaryland, Virginia. 

South, The— see South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, 

South Carolina— see South Carolina. 

Susquehanna, The — see Pennsylvania. 

Tennessee, The— see Illinois, Tennessee, Mississippi, Kentucky. 

Texas— see Texas. 

Virginia— see Virginia. 

Virginia and North Carolina— see North Carolina, Virginia. 

Washington— see Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia. 

West, The— see Kansas, Indian Territory, Nebraska, Colorado, Dakota, 

New Mexico, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Arkansas. 
Western Virginia — see Virginia, West Virginia. 
Military District of Kentucky — see Kentucky. 



MILITARY DIVISION OF THE UNITED 
STATES FORCES. 



During the war the forces called for by the President of the United 
States were organized first into armies, and later into army corps and 
armies. The troops sent to a military department were usually called 
the army of the department in which they operated or were located ; 
the corps were known by numbers, and were part of the army of a de- 
partment, or sometimes constituted the army. 

The armies of the United States were commanded by 
The PEESIDENT, 
as Commander-in-Chief under the Constitutional provision ; and under 
him, as General Commanders, by 

Brevet Lieutenant-General WINFIELD SCOTT, 

until November 6, 1861. 

Majoe-Genekal GEORGE B. McCLELLAN, 

until March 11, 1862.i 

Major-General HENEY W. HALLI^C^g:, 

from July 11, 1863, to March 12, 1864. 

Lieutenant-Gener.al and General U, S. GRANT, 
until March 4, 1869. 

1 There was no General Commander during the interval between March 11 
and July 12, 1862. 



PRINCIPAL ARMIES OF THE UNITED 
STATES. 



Army of tHe Potomac* 

This army was virtually called into existence in July, 1861, and was 
organized by Major-General George B. McClellan, its first commander ; 
November 5, 18<52, Major-General A. E. Burnside took command of 
it ; January 25, 1863, Major-General Joe Hooker was placed in com- 
mand, and June 27, 1863, Major-General George G. Meade succeeded 
him. 

Army of Virginia. 

General Orders No. 103, War Department, August 12, 1863, directs 
the forces under Major-Generals Fremont, Banks, and McDowell, in- 
cluding the troops then under Brigadier-General Sturgis at Washing- 
ton, to be consolidated and called the Army of Virginia, under the 
command of Major-General John Pope ; and in the first part of Sep- 
tember, 1862, the troops forming this army were transferred to other 
organizations, and the army as such discontinued. 

Army of the Oliio. 

General Orders No. 97, War Department, November 9, 1861, directed 
General Don Carlos Buell to assume command of the Department of 
the Ohio. The troops serving in this department were organized by 
him as the Army of the Ohio, General Buell remaining in command 
until October 30, 1863, when he was succeeded by General W. S. Rose- 
crans. This Army of the Ohio became, at the same time, the Army of 
the Cumberland. A new Department of the Ohio having been created, 
Major-General H. G. Wright was assigned to the command thereof ; he 
was succeeded by Major-General Burnside, who was relieved by Major- 
General J. G. Foster of the command of the Department and Army. 
Major-General J. M. Schofield took command January 28, 1864, and 
January 17, 186.5, the Department was merged into the Department of 
the Cumberland. 

Army of tlie Cumberland. 

The Army of the Ohio, commanded by General Don Carlos Buell, be- 
came, October 24, 1863, the Army of the Cumberland, and was placed 



54 STATISTICAL KECORD. 

under the command of Major-General W. S. Rosecrans ; it was also 
organized at the same time as the Fourteenth Corps. In January, 1863, 
it was divided into three corps, the Fourteenth, Twentieth, and Twen- 
ty-first ; in September, 1863, the Twentieth and Twenty-first Corps 
were consolidated into the Fourth Corps. October, 1863, General 
George H. Thomas took command of the army, and the Eleventh and 
Twelfth Corps were added to it. In January, 1864, the Eleventh and 
Twelfth Corps were consolidated and known as the Twentieth Corps. 

Army of tlie Tennessee. 

Originally the Army of the District of Western Tennessee, fighting 
as such at Shiloh, Tenn., it became the Army of the Tennessee upon 
the concentration of troops at Pittsburg Landing, under General Hal- 
leck ; and when the Department of the Tennessee was formed, October 
16, 1862, the troops serving therein were placed under the command of 
Major-General U. S. Grant. October 24, 1852, the troops in this De- 
partment were organized as the Thirteenth Corps ; December 18, 1863, 
they were divided into the Thirteenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth, and 
Seventeenth Corps. October 27, 1863, Major-General William T. 
Sherman was appointed to the command of this army ; March 12, 
1864. Major-General J. B. McPherson succeeded him ; July 30, 1864, 
McPherson having been killed, Major-General O- O. Howard was 
placed in command, and May 19, 1865, Major-General John A. Logan 
succeeded him. 

Of the minor armies the following are mentioned in the records in, 
connection with the more important operations : 

Army of the Mississippi. 

Operations on the Mississippi River in spring, 1862 ; before Corinth, 
Miss., in May, 1862 ; luka and Corinth, Miss., in September and Octo- 
ber, 1862. 

Army of tlie Gulf. 

Siege of Port Hudson, La., May, June, and July, 1863. 

Army of the James. 

Consisting of the Tenth and Eighteenth Corps and Cavalry, Major- 
General Butler commanding. Operations in conjunction with Army of 
the Potomac. 

Army of "West Virginia. 

At Cloyd's Mountain, May 9 and 10, 1864. 

Army of the Middle Military Division. 

At Opequan and Cedar Creek, September and October, 1864. 



ARMY CORPS. 



Section 9 of the act approved July 17, 1863, which reads as follows : 
"And be it further enacted, that the President be and he is hereby 
authorized, to establish and organize Army Corps according to his dis- 
cretion " — legalized and allowed the organization of troops into Army 
Corps, and under this authority the following corps were organized ; 

First Army Corps. 




August 12, 1862. — The troops of the Mountain Department were to constitute the 

First Corps, under command of Major-General Fremont. 
April 15, 1863. — Major-General John F. Reynolds assigned to command. 
March 23, 1864. — Discontinued, and troops transferred. 
November 28, 1864. — Reorganized under the command of Major-General Hancock. 




Second Army Corps. 




August 12, 1862. — The troops of the Shenandoah Department were to constitute 
the Second Corps, under command of General Banks. 

September 12, 1862. — The President ordered that this corps should be known here- 
after as the Eleventh, and that the corps arranged in General Order No. 101, 
of March 13, 1862, Headquarters Army of the Potomac, as the Second, 
should be known as such. 

June 28, 1865. — Discontuiued. 



56 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Third Army Corps. 




August 12, 1862. — The troops under General McDowell, except those within th» 
city and fortifications of Washington, were to form this corps, and to be 
under his command. 

September 12, 1862. — The President ordered that this corps should be known 
hereafter as the Twelfth ; and that the corps arranged as the Third in 
General Orders No. 101, of March 13, 1862, Headquarters Army of the 
Potomac, should be known as such. 

March 23, 1864. — Discontinued, and troops transferred. 

Fonrtli Army Corps. 



A 



September 12, 1862. — The President directed that the corps arranged as the 

Fourth in General Orders No. 101, of March 13, 1862, Headquarters of the 

Army of the Potomac, should be known as such. 
August 1, 1863. — Discontinued, and the troops transferred to other corps. 
September 28, 1863. — The Twentieth and Twenty first Corps consolidated and 

constituted the Fourth Corps, under coaimand of Major-General Gordon 

Granger. 
August 1, 1865. — Discontinued. 

Fiftli Army Corps. 




July 22, 1862.— The President directed that the corps arranged in G. O. No. 125, 
Headquarters Army of the Potomac, of the forces commanded by Brigadier- 
General Porter, should be known as the Fifth Corps. 

June 28, 1865. — Discontinued. 

Sixth. Army Corps. 



■* 



July 22, 1862.— The President directed that the corps arranged in G. O. No. 125, 
Headquarters Army of the Potomac, of the forces commanded by Brigadier- 
General Franklin, should be known as the Sixth Army Corps. 

June 28, 1865.— Discontinued, 



ARMY CORPS. 57 

Seventli Army Corps. 




July 22, 1862.— The President directed that the forces under Major-General Dix 

should constitute the Seventh Corps. 
August 1, 1863.— Discontinued, and the troops transferred to the Eighteenth 

Corps. 
January 6, 1864.— The troops in the Department of Arkansas to constitute this 

corps, commanded by Major-General Steele. 
August 1, 1^65. — Discontinued. 

Siglitli. Army Corps. 




July 22, 1862.— The President directed that the forces under Major-General Wool 

should constitute the Eighth Corps. 
March 12, 1863.— Major-General Lewis Wallace, commanding Middle Department, 

assigned to command. 
July 11, 1864.— Major-General E. 0. C. Ord assigned to command of the corps, 

and of all the troops in the Middle Department. 
July 28, 1864. — Major-General "Wallace resumed command of the corps, and all 

the other troops in the Middle Department. 
August 1, 1865. — Discontinued. 

Nlntli Army Corps. 




July 22, 1862.— The President directed that the troops under Major-General 
Burn side, and belonging to the Department of North Carolina, should be 
known as the Ninth Corps. 

July 27, 1865.— Discontinued. 

Tentli Army Corps. 




September 3, 1862.— It was ordered that the forces in the Department of the 
South should constitute the Tenth Army Corps, to be commanded by Major- 
General 0. M. Mitchell. 

3* 



58 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

December 3, 1864. — Discontinued. 

March 27, 1865. — Reorganized of all troops in the North Carolina not belonging 

to the Second, Ninth, and Twenty-third Corps and General Sherman's army, 

with Major-General A. H. Terry in command. 
August 1, 1865. — Discontinued. 

Eleventh. Army Corps. 




September 12, 1862.— The troops of the Shenandoah Department, commanded by 

Major-General Banks, were constituted this corps. 
April 4, 1864. — Consolidated with the Twelfth, and constituted the Twentieth 

Corps. 

Twelftli Army Corps. 




September 12, 1862. — The troops under General McDowell, with some exceptions, 

were constituted this corps. 
April 4, 1864.— Consolidated with the Eleventh, and constituted the Twentieth 

Corps. 

Tliirteentli Army Corps. 

October 24, 1862.— The troops under command of Majoi'-General Grant, com- 
manding Department of the Tennessee, were to constitute this corps. 

December IS, 1862. — Major-General J. A. McClernand assigned to the command 
of the Thirteenth Corps, and the forces under General Grant organized into 
the Thirteenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth, and Seventeenth Corps. 

June 11, 1864. — Temporarily discontinued, and troops transferred. 

February 18, 1865.— Reorganized, and Major-General Gordon Granger placed in 
command. 

July 20, 1865.— Discontinued. No badge adopted. 

Fourteentli Army Corps. 



October 24, 1862. — The troops under Major-General Rosecrans, commanding the 
Department of the Cumberland, were ordered to constitute this corps. 

January 9, 1863. — This corps divided into three corps : the Fourteenth. Twentieth, 
and Twenty-first ; the Fourteenth to be commanded by Major-General G. 
H. Thomas. 

August 1, 1865.— Discontinued. 



ARMY CORPS. 59 

Flfteentlk Army Corps. 




Constitutpd December 18, 1862, from troops of General Grant's command, and 

Major-General W. T. Sherman assigned to its command. 
August 1, 1865.— Discontinued. 

SixteentlL Army Corps. 




Constituted December 18, 1862, from troops of General Grant's command, and 

Major-General S. A. Hurlbut assigned to its command. 
November 7, 1864. — The Corps organization abolished. 

February 18, 1865. — Keorganized, and Majoi'-General A. J. Saiith in command. 
July 20, 1865.— Discontinued. 

Seventeentli Army Coi'ps. 

Constituted December 18, 1862, from troops of General Grant's command, and 

Major-General J. B. McPherson assigned to command. 
August 1, 1865. — Discontinued. 

£igliteen.tli Army Corps. 




December 24, 1862.— The President ordered that the troops in North Carolina 
should constitute the Eighteenth Array Corps, and assigned Major-General 
J. G. Foster to the command. 

August 1, 1863.— The Seventh Army Corps transferred to this corps. 

July 17, 1864.— The troops of the Department of North Carolina and Virginia serv- 
ing with the Army of the Potomac in the field, to constitute this corps, 
and Major-General William F. Smith assigned to command. 

December 3, 1864. — Discontinued. 

Nineteentli Army Corps. 




January 5, 186.3. — Ordered that the troops in the Department of the Gulf shall 
constitute this corps, to be commanded by Major-General N. P. Banks. 



60 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

July 11, 1864. — Maior-General Gilraore assigned to temporary command of the 
part of the corps in the Department of Washington. 

July 1.3, 1864. — Brigadier-General W. H. Emory placed in command of tnis portion 
of the corps. 

November 7, 1864. — Brevet Major-General Emory appointed to command ; head- 
quarters mth the army of Sheridan, in the field. The organization in the 
Military Division of West Mississippi known as the Nineteenth Corps., 
abolished. 

March 20, 1865.— Discontinued. 

Tvi'entietli Army Corps. 




January 9, 1863.— The Army of the Cumberland divided into three corps : th» 

Fourteenth, Twentieth, and Twenty-first. The Twentieth to be commandecfc 

by Major-General A. McD. McCook. 
September 28, 1863.— Consolidated with the Twenty-first, and constituted the 

Fourth Corps. 
April 4, 1864.— Re-formed of the Eleventh and Twelfth Corps by consolidation, 

and Major-General J. Hooker placed in command. 
June 1, 1865.— Discontinued. 

Twenty-first Army Corps. 

January 9, 1863.— The Army of the Cumberland, divided into three corps, the 
Fourteenth, Twentieth, and Twenty-first ; the latter to be commanded by 
Major-General T. L. Crittenden. 

September 28, 1863.— Consolidated with the Twentieth, and constituted the Fourth 
Corps. Jff^fl badge adopted. 

Tiventy-second Army Corps. 




February 2, 1863.— The troops in the Department of Washington to constitute this 
Corps, under command of Major-General Heintzelman. 

TTrenty-tliird Army Corps. 




April 27, 1863.— The troops in Kentucky, not belonging to the Ninth Corps, were 
constituted the Twenty-third Corps, commanded by Major-General G. L. 
Hartsuff ; by Major-General Stoneman, from Jan. 28, 1864 ; by Major-Gen. 
Schofleld, from April 4, 1864 ; by Maj.-Gen. J, D. Cox, from Mar. 27, 1865.' 



ARMY CORPS. 



61 



June 8, 1863.— The troops within the Department of the Ohio, not belonging to 

the Ninth Corps, were to form this corps. 
August 1, 1865. — Discontinued. 

TvFenty-fourtli Army Corps. 




December 3, 1864.— The white infantry of the Tenth and Eighteenth Corps with 
the Army of the James consolidated and constituted this corps, under the 
command of Major-General E. 0. C. Orr. 

August 1, 1865.— Discontinued. 

T\ireiity-fifth. Army Corps. 




December 3, 1864.— The colored troops of the Department of Virginia and North 
Carolina were organized into a corps and constituted the Twenty-fifth, 
Major-General G. Weitzel commanding. 

January 8, 1866. —Discontinued. 

Cavalry Corps, Army of tlie Potomac. 



April 15, 1863. — Major-General George Stoneman was assigned to the command 

of this corps, consisting of the cavalry of the Army of the Potomac. 
April 4, 1864.— Major-General P. H. Sheridan was assigned to command. 



The following organizations not corps organizations in the sense of the Act of 
Congress given above, adopted badges as follows : 



Wilson's Cavalry Corps. Engineers and Mechanics. 



Signal Corps. 






STRENGTH OF THE ARMY AT VARIOUS 
DATES. 



This Table, from the report of the Provost-Marshal-General, will 
give the reader an idea of the number of men in service, present and 
absent, at certain periods during the war : 



Dates. 



Jan. 1,1861.14,663 
July 1. 18«1.: 14,108 
Jan. 1,1862.119.871 
Mar. 31, 1862., 19,585 
Jan. 1.1863.19.161) 
Jan. 1,1864.17,237 
Jan. 1,1865.14,661 
Mar. 31, 1865. 13,880 
May 1,1865.; 



14 

169.480183. 
507,333 527, 
514.399 533, 
679,633 698 
594.013 611, 
606,263 620 
643,867 657 
.... 1797, 



663 1,704 
58812.314- 849 
20412,554: 46,159 
,98413,723 99.419 
,80216,294 213.095 
25017,399 242; 088 
92417.358 331,178 
.74717,789 314,550 
,807 ... .... 



Aggregate. 



1,704 16,367 

3,163116,422 170,329 
48,713122,425 553,492 
103,142:2?,308:613,818 
219,389 25,463 892,728 
249.487 24,636 836,101 
338,536 22.019|937,411 
322,339 21,669|958, 417 
202,709 .... .... 



Grand 
Total. 



16,367 
186.751 
575,917 
637,126 
918,191 
860,737 
959,460 
980,086 
1,000,516 



Average Mean Strength of the Various Classes of Troops. 



The following table, prepared by Lieut. Chas. A. L. Totten, U. S. 
Army, will show the average mean strength of the classes of troops 
serving during the Rebellion. In this compilation, the regulars are 
considered as in service from January 1, 1861, to January 1, 1865 — 
forty-eight months ; the volunteers from July 1, 1861, to March 31, 
1865, — forty -five months ; the colored troops from September, 1863, to 
December, 1867, — sixty -three months : 



STRENGTH OF THE ARMY. 



63 



Character of Troops. 


Present. 


Absent. 


Aggregate. 




17,735 
544.704 
562,4^^9 

35.640 
598,079 


5.194 
196,803 
204,997 

6,699 
211,696 


22,929 


Vohmteers 


741,507 


White troops 


764,436 


Colored tioops 


42.339 




808,775 







Effective Strength of the Army. 

The following table, also prepared by Lieut. Chas. A. L. Totten, of 
the U. S. Army, and based on the preceding table, will assist to a 
conception of the number of men effective in every thousand of mean 
aggregate strength : 



Troops. 


Absent. 


Sick in 
Hospital. 


Total. 


Consequent 

effective 

strength per 

1,000 of 

troops con- 
cerned. 




226 
265 
264 
158 
258 


64 
89 
86 
46 
80 


290 
354 
350 
204 
a38 


710 


Volunteers 


646 


White 


650 


Colored 


796 


Mixed 


662 







HONORS CONFEBRED BY THE CONGRESS 
OF THE UNITED STATES IN PUBLIC 
ACTS. 



Approved December 34, 1861. 

Joint Resolution expressive of the recognition by Congress of the 
gallant and patriotic services of the late Brigadier-General Na- 
thaniel Lyon, and the officers and soldiers under his command at 
the battle of Springfield, Missouri. 

Approved February '42, 1863. 

Joint Resolution giving the thanks of Congress to the officers, 
soldiers, and seamen of the Army and Navy of the United States, 
for the heroic gallantry that . . . has won the recent scries of 
brilliant victories over the enemies of the Union and Constitution, 

Approved July 12, 1863. 

Joint Resolution to provide for the presentation of "Medals of 
Honor," in the name of Congress, to the enlisted men of the army 
and volunteer forces, who have distinguished or may distinguish 
themselves in battle during the present rebellion. 

Approved March 3, 1863. 

Joint Resolution giving the thanks of Congress to Major-General 
William S. Rosecrans, and the officers and men under his com- 
mand, for their gallantry and good conduct in the battle of Mur- 
freesboro, Tennessee. 

Approved March 3, 1863. 

An Act authorizing the President to confer brevet rank upon such 
volunteer and other officers in the United States service as have 
been, or may hereafter be, distinguished by gallant actions or 
meritorious conduct. 



HONORS CONFERRED BY CONGRESS. 65 

Approved December 17, 1863. 

Joint Resolution of thanks to Major-General Ulysses S. Grant, and 
the officers and soldiers who have fought under his command 
during this Rebellion ; and providing that the President shall 
cause a medal to be struck, to be presented to Major-General 
Grant in the name of the People of the United States of America. 

Approved January 38, 1864. 

Joint Resolution of thanks to Major-General Nathaniel P. Banks, 
and the officers and soldiers under his command at Port Hudson. 

Approved January 38, 1864. 

Joint Resolution of thanks to Major-General Ambrose E. Burnside, 
and the officers and men who have fought under his command, 
for their gallantry, good conduct, and soldier-like endurance. 

Approved January 38, 1864. 

Joint Resolution, expressive of the thanks of Congress to Major- 
General Joseph Hooker, Major-General Geo. G. Meade, Major- 
General Oliver O. Howard, and the officers and soldiers of the 
Army of the Potomac, for the skill, energy, and endurance in 
covering Washington and Baltimore, and for the skill and heroic 
valor displayed at Gettysburg, Pa. 

Approved February 19, 1864. 

Joint Resolution of thanks to Major-General W. T. Sherman, and 
the officers and soldiers who served under him, for their gallant 
and arduous services in marching to the relief of the Army of the 
Cumberland and at the battle of Chattanooga. 

Approved March 3, 1864. 

Joint Resolution of thanks of Congress to the Volunteer Soldiers 
who have re-enlisted in the army. 

Approved June 11, 1864. 

Joint Resolution or thanks of Congress to Lieutenant-Colonel 
Joseph Bailey, Fourth Wisconsin Volunteers, for distinguished 
services in the recent campaign on the Red River, by which the 
gunboat flotilla under Rear- Admiral David D. Porter was res- 
cued from imminent peril. 

Approved January 10, 1865. 

Joint Resolution tendering the thanks of the people and of Con- 
gress to Major-General William T. Sherman, and the officers and 
soldiers of his command, for their gallant conduct in their late 
brilliant movement through Georgia. 



66 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Approved January 534, 1865. 

Joint Resolution to present the thanks of Congress to Brevet Major- 
General Alfred H. Terry, and to the officers and men under his 
command, for the unsurpassed gallantry and skUl exhibited by 
them in the attack upon Fort Fisher, and for their long and 
faithful services and unwavering devotion to the cause of the 
country. 

Approved March. 3, 1S65. 

Joint Resolution of thanks to Major-General Geo. H. Thomas, and 
the army under his command, for the signal defeat of the rebel 
army under General Hood. 

Approved April 31, 1866. 

Joint Resolution of thanks to Major-General Winfield S. Hancock 
for his services with the Army of the Potomac in 1863. 

Approved May 30, 1866. 

Joint Resolution expressive of the gratitude of the Nation to the 
officers, soldiers, and seamen of the United States, by whose valor 
and endurance, on land and on sea, the rebellion has been crushed. 



LOSSES. 

In Part VI. of the Final Report of the Provost Marshal-General 
of the Army, General James B. Fry, to the Secretary of War, dated 
March 17, 1866, appears the following statement of casualties in the 
military forces : 



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68 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Losses by Death — Adjutant-General's Report, 

The Adjutant-General of the United States Army, February 7, 1869, 
made a report to the Secretary of War, in which the total number of 
deaths are given as follows : 

Among white oflBcers and men 261,036 

Among colored men 33,380 

Total 294^6 

Of these there were killed in. battle 44,238 

Regulars, officers and men 1,355 

Volunteers, officers and men 41,369 

Colored enlisted men 1.514 

Died of roowids 33,993 

Regulars, officers and men 850 

White volunteers, officers and men 32,106 

Colored enlisted men 1,037 

Died of disease 149,043 

Regulars, officers and men 2, 428 

White volunteers, officers and men . 120,404 

Colored enlisted men 26,211 

Of other knoicn causes 11,845 

Of unknoion causes , 55,297 

Under date of October 25, 1870, the Adjutant-General furnished the 
following statement to the Surgeon-General of the Army : 

Total number of Deaths. 

Regular army . . 267 commis'd officers ; 4,592 enlisted men. Total, 4,859 

Volunteer army, 8.553 " " 256,427 " " " 264,980 

Colored troops.. 285 " " 33,380 " " " 33,(i(i5 

Total -9,105 " " 294,399 " " Aggregate, 303,504 

Or among white officers and men 270,124 

" colored men 33,380 

303.504 

These numbers are to be understood as embracing the deaths from 
all causes, so far as it had been possible to collect information with re- 
gard to them up to the date of the report, October 25, 1870. 

To explain the difference in the numbers in the various reports of the 
Provost-Marshal-General and Adjutant-General of the United States 
Army, it is necessary to remind the veterans of the war of the Rebel- 
lion, as they will well remember, that often men were reported missing 
in action, and even deserted, when in reality they had been killed in 



LOSSES. 69 

battle, or died in rebel prisons, or died in hospitals ; or even at home 
while on furlough. Immediately after the close of the war vast num- 
bers of applications for pension and back pay were made by the legal 
heirs of deceased soldiers. In cases where there was no record of the 
death of the soldier in the office of the Adjutant-General, evidence of 
the death was required, had to be furnished, and thus the record of the 
dead was daily rendered more nearly complete, and is to-day probably 
as complete as it ever will be. To accomplish this has been a most 
laborious work, and the officers of the various departments of the 
Adjutant-General's office, of the office of the Surgeon-General of the 
Army, of the Paymaster-General's Department, of the Second Auditor 
of the United States Treasury, and of the Commissioner of Pensions, 
all deserve credit for the great work well performed. 

Losses by Death — Surgeon-General's Report. 
The Surgeon-General of the United States Army, November 1?, 
1870, reports the loss, by death, of the Union army, according to his 
records, to be as follows : 

Killed in action 35, 408 

Died of wounds 49,205 

'• suicide 302 

" homicide 103 

" executions 121 

" disease 186,210 

In these figures those who died while prisoners of war, or while at 
home on furlough, are not included ; the number reported by the Sur- 
geon-General as killed in action is based on indirect and second-hand 
information, never complete, and not always reliable. The Surgeon- 
General specifies the headings as follows : 

Killed in. action. 

Regular army, officers and men 831, 

White volunteers, officers and men 33,805 

Colored troops, enlisted men 772 

^ 35,408 

Died of wotaidi. 

Regular army, officers and men 1,174 

White volunteers, officers and men 4(5.271 

Colored troops, enlisted men 1,760 

49,205 

Died of Disease. 

Regular army, officers and men 3,009 

White volunteers, officers and men 153,905 

Colored troops, enlisted men 29,212 

186,216 



70 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



Losses by Death — Quartermaster-General's Report. 
The Quartermaster-General of the United States Army estimates 
that of those buried in the National Cemeteries about 300,000 were 
Union soldiers. To this should be added the number buried at their 
homes, and allowance should be made for those whose remains have not 
been found ; what this number is, is not practicable to ascertain. 

Summary. 

To form as nearly a correct estimate of the loss by death in the Union 
armies as it may be possible to do, the reports of the Adjutant-General 
and the Surgeon-General of the United States Army must be combined. 

The Adjutant-General of the Army is likely to be more correct in 
his report of those killed in battle ; the reverse is the case of his report 
of those who died of wounds and disease, and for these it would be 
proper to take the report of the Surgeon- General. 

The following summary may therefore be considered as correct as it 
will ever be practicable to make. 

A Statement op Loss by Death. 





Regialars. 


White 
Volunteers. 


Colored 
troops. 


Total. 


Killed in battle 


1,335 
1,174 

27 

3.009 

159 


41,369 
46,271 

442 
153,995 

23,188 


1.514 
1,760 

57 
29,-212 

8o7 


44.238 


Died of wounds and injuries. 
Suicide, homicide, and exe- 
cution 


49,205 
526 


Died o£ disease 


186.216 
24,184 






Total 


5,724 


265,265 


33,380 


304,369 







The Adjutant-General reports that 26.168 men are known to have 
died while prisoners of war in the hands of the enemy. 

The latest report from the War Department on record makes the 
total loss by death 303,504 

The foregoing summary makes it 304,309 

the difference arising from the fact that the Surgeon -General reports 
over 900 more regulars died during the war than the Adjutant-General. 

The last report of the Adjutant-General on the subject is dated Octo- 
ber 25, 1870, and during the preceding three months only one hundred 
names were added to his death list ; this would show that the list must 
be nearly complete, and that since then probably not more names have 
been added than will suffice to make the total number near 308,000 men ; 
these are, however, men whose death in the service has been absolutely 
substantiated. 



LOSSES. 



71 



All who served during the war know that at times men disappeared or 
failed to turn up, who, it was morally certain, had not deserted ; still 
they could not be accounted for, never were heard of again, and un- 
doubtedly lost their lives in some way and owing to the war. If we 
allow one-tenth of one per cent, of the total force enrolled, or perhaps 
still better, two men for each regimental organization, as loss of this 
nature, the total loss will foot up in round numbers 313,000 men, or 
about eleven per cent, of the number of men who were enrolled during 
the war. 

Percentage. 
In the "Medical History of the War," in the list of engagements, an 
effort is made to give the losses of wounded and captured or reported 
missing in action ; although the numbers given there are in many in- 
stances not reliable, they will give a fair general idea of the losses 
incurred, which are as follows : 

Wounded in action, 280,040; missing and captured, 184,791. Based 
on the foregoing, the figures of losses given heretofore, and the total 
number of men furnished by the States and Territories during the war 
it would appear that 

Out of about every 65 men one man was killed in action. 

" " '■ 5(j " " died of wounds received in action. 

" " " 13 " " " of disease and unknown causes. 

" " " 9 " " " while in the service. 

" " " 15 " " was captured or reported missing. 

" " " 10 " " " wounded in action. 

" " " 7 men captured one died while in captivity. 

In his work " Strategos," Lieutenant Totten, of the United States 
Army, computes the annual \o&?. per one thousand men of mean aggre- 
gate strength, actually enrolled or engaged, to have been as follows : 





Regu- 
lars. 


Volun- 
teers. 


White. 


Colored. 


Mi.xed. 


General mortality 


47.6 
19.9 
11.7 


75.4 

18.8 
11.2 


74.6 
18.9 
11 2 


176.3 
10.6 
10.8 


79 7 


Killed in battle 


18 4 




10'8 








Total loss by death, per 1,000 men 
per annum 


79.2 


105.4 104.7 


197.7 


108.9 











In this computation the number of those who died of wounds ia 
smaller than the number of killed in action. The latest report as set 
forth in the foregoing pages makes the loss by death from wounds 
larger than the loss by killed in action ; it is therefore probable the 
above computation is based on earlier reports of losses. 

Reducing the total number of men furnished to an effective force, by 
allowing 663 men of each 1,000 men furnished to have been effective 



72 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



and likely to have been actively engaged, a number is obtained on -which 
it would be proper to distribute the loss by killed in action, died of 
wounds, captured and wounded ; the deaths by disease and the total 
number of deaths may be placed on the whole number of men furnished 
b}^ the States and Territories during the war ; this plan will give : 

Killed in action, one man out of every 42.7 effective and actively eus 
gaged men ; died of wounds, one man out of every 38.1 effective and 
actively engaged men ; died of disease, etc., one man out of every 13.5 
men of the total force famished ; died while in service, one man out of 
every 9.3 men of the total force furnished ; captured, etc., one man out 
of every 10.2 effective and actively engaged men ; wounded in action, 
one man out of every 6.7 effective and actively engaged men; died 
while a prisoner, one man out of about every 7 captured. 

The proportion of violent deaths to deaths from other known causes is : 
of white troops alone, one out of every two and seven-tenths ; of col- 
ored troops alone, one out of every nine and eight-tenths ; of regulars 
alone, one out of every two and two-tenths ; of volunteers alone one 
out of every two and seven-tenths. 





Regulars. 


White 
Volunt'rs. 


Colored 
Troops. 


Total. 


Violent deaths 


2,5.56 

3,009 

159 


88,082 
1.53,995 
2.3,188 


3,.331 
29,212 

837 


9.3,969 


Deaths from disease 


186,216 


Unknown causes 


24,184 


Total 


5,724 


265,265 


33,380 


304.369 







Deaths in Hospitals. 
In the Hospitals of the Army 6,049,043 cases were treated by the of- 
ficers of the Medical Department, and the deaths have been classified 
by the Surgeon- General as follows : 



White 
Troops. 



Class I. — Ztmotic Diseases. 
Order No. 1. Miasmatic Disease? ; this 

order is again subdivided into 23 divi 

sions j3,285,376 

Oi\ler Xo. 2. Enthctic diseases ; divided! I 

into 7 subdivisions \ 192,504| 

Order No. Z. Dietetic diseases ; subdivid-i 

ed into 6 divisions .' 42,944 



92,150 
162 

1.124 



Colored 
Teoops. 



369,659 16,537 



108,687 
199 
16,460, 416 1,510 



14,948 



37 



LOSSES. 



73 



Deaths in Hospitals. — (Continued.) 





Whtie 
Troops. 


Colored 
Tboops. 


to 

1 




00 "a 




|| 


ft 


ft 

1 


Class II.— Constitutional Diseases. 
Order No. 1. Diathetic Diseases; sub- 
divided into 8 divisions 

Order Wo. 2. Tubercular diseases; di- 


288,287 
19,890 

35,669 

170,032 
88,701 
28,918 
25,106 
448,923 
563,259 

29,875 

8,079 

189,817 

400,9.33 


1,226 
5,418 

8 
4,442 


35,922 
3,859 

3,810 
23.9.36 


581 
1,296 

6 

815 

1 

1 

467 

6,198 

971 

131 
15 

27 

1,427 

30 

9 

39 


1,807 
6,7l4 


Class III.— Parasitic Diseases. 
Divided into 5 divisions 


14 


Class IV.— Local Diseases. 

Order No. 1. Diseases of nervous system ; 

divided into 13 subdivisions. .... 


5.257 


Order No. ^. Diseases of eye; subdivided 
into 7 divisions 


2 7,.599 

i 
6 2,080 

1,658 1,.559 

17,902' 55,189 

1 
4,146 54,271 

4.30 3,016 

1 
47 950 

216 11,760 

1 

36,688 24,337 

144 

301 

104 

449 ...... 


3 


Order No. 3. Diseases of ear ; divided 


7 


Order No. 4. Diseases of organs of circu- 
lation ; subdivided into 11 divisions 

Order No. 5. Diseases of respiratory or- 
gans ; divided into 11 subdivisions. . . . 

Order No. 6. Diseases of digestive organs; 
divided into 23 subdivisions .... 


2,125 

24,100 

5,117 


Order No. 7. Diseases of urinary and 
genital organs; subdivided into 13 di- 
visions . . . 


561 


Ord^r No. 8. Diseases of bones and joints ; 
divided into 9 subdivisions 


62 


Order No. 9. Diseases of integumentary 
system ; subdivided into 7 divisions. . . . 

Class V.— Wounds, Accidents, and 

Injuries. 

Order No. 1. Wounds, accidents, and 

injuries ; divided into 16 subdivisions. . 

Order No. 2. Homicide 

Order No. 3. Suicide 


243 

38,115 
174 
.310 


Order No. 4. Execution of sentence 

Unclassified diseases 


143 
449 






Of these cases and deaths there occurred 
in the year ending June 30, 1866 


5,825,480 
245.954 


166,623 629,354 
4,735 159,232 


29,004 
5,539 


195,627 
10,274 


Leaving cases and deaths from Mav 1, 
1861, until June 30, 1865 "... 


5,579,526 


161,888 470,122 


2^3,465 


185,353 



XIII. 



74 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

The largest number of deaths occurred from the following 



Of Class I. 

Typhoid fever — Order No. 1 

Typho-malarial fever — Order No. 1 

Remittent fever — Order No. 1. 

Congestive intermittent fever — Order No. 1 

Acute diarrhoea — Order No. 1 

Chronic diarrhoea— Order No. 1 

Acute dysentery — Order No. 1 

Chronic dysentery — Order No. 1 

Erysipelas — Order No. 1 

S'uall-pox and varioloid— Order No. 1 

Measles — Order No. 1 

Of Class II. 
Consumption — Order No. 2 

Of Class IV. 

Inflammation of brain — Order No. 1 

Inflammation of lungs — Order No. 5 

Of Class V. 
Gunshot wounds — Order No. 1 

Total 



White 


Colored 


Troops, 


Troops. 


27. 0.56 


2,230 


4.059 


1,301 


3,853 


1,002 


3,370 


794 


2,923 


1,368 


27,558 


3,278 


4,084 


1,492 


3,229 


626 


1.8«0 


247 


4,717 


2,341 


4,246 


931 


5,286 


1,211 


1.269 


262 


14,738 


5,233 


32,907 


1,042 


141,155 


23,408 



29,336 
5,360 
4,855 
4,164 
4,291 

30.836 
5,576 
3,855 
2,107 
7,058 
5,177 



6,497 



1,531 
19,971 



33,949 
164,563 



The foregoing tables do not embrace those died of wounds or disease 
while prisoners of war, or those who died while on furlough, leave of 
absence, or absen t without leave. 



Discharges for Disabilitt. 

The Adjutant-General, in a report dated October 25, 1870, gives the 
number of men discharged for disability during the war as 285,345 men, 
as foUows : 

Enlisted men of the regular army 6,541 

" " volunteer army 269,197 

" " colored troops 9, 807 

The Surgeon-General collating the number thus discharged from the 
medical records, finds accounts of only 22;-3,535, as follows : 

White 215,312 

Colored 8, 223 

The numbers given by the Adjutant-General must be taken as more 
reliable or conclusive, and it would appear that one man out of about 
every ten men furnished was discharged for disability. The causes of 



LOSSES. 



75 



the discharges reported by the Surgeon-General are, with the exception 
of 27,141, stated in the medical records, and will give a basis on which 
to place an estimate of the causes of all discharges for disability. 
These known causes of discharges are arranged in classes and orders, 
same as the causes of death, and from the following tables it appears 
that there were discharged for disability arising from 

Gunshot wounds 34,209 

Consumption 20,995 

Diarrhoea 16,487 

Debility 15,040 

Rheumatism 12,653 

Heart disease 10,797 

Table Showing the Number and Causes of Discharges. 



Classes and Ordebs. 



Class I. — Zymotic d seases divided into three orders 

" II. — Constitutional diseases divided into two orders. 

" III. — Parasitic diseases 

" IV. — Local diseases, divided into nine orders 

" v.— Wounds, accidents and injuries 

*' VI. — Developmental diseases 



Total 



No. OF Discharges 

OF — 



White 
Vols. 



36,804 
36,281 
6 
63,493 
48,374 
30,354 



Col- 
ored 



1,078 
1,789 
2 
1,962 
1,479 
1,913 



Total. 



37.882 
38,070 
8 
65,4.55 
49,853 
■32,267 



8,223 22;J,5S5 



Table Showing the Most Frequent Causes op Discharges. 



Classes and Orders. 


No. OP Discharges of— 




White 
Vols. 


Colored. 


Total. 


Diarrhiiea — Order 1, Class I 


16,185 
1,204 

14,500 
1,779 

11,779 
2,224 

20,403 
3,872 
2,838 
1,463 
1,157 

10,636 


302 

57 

540 

86 

874 

109 

592 

174 

69 

25 

38 

161 


16,487 


Dysenterv — " 1, '• I 


1,261 


Debility— *' 1, " I 


15,040 


Syphilis— " 2, " I 


1.865 


Rheumatism- Order 1, Class II 


12,653 




2,3:33 


Consumption — " 2 " II. 


20.995 


Epilepsy— " 1, " IV 


4,046 


Paralysis — " 1, " IV 


2,907 


Ophthalmia— " 2, " IV. .. 


1,488 


Deafness— " 3, " IV 

Heart disease— " 4, " VI 


1,195 

10,797 



76 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



Table Showing the Most Frequent Causes of Discharges. 
( Continued. ) 



Classes and Oedees. 



Varicose veins— Order 4, Class IV 

Varicocele — " 4, " IV 

Ai^thma— " 5, " IV 

B'onchitis— " 5, " IV 

Inflammation of lungs— Order 5, Class IV.. 

Hernia — Order 6, Class V 

Inflammation of liver — Order 6, Class V 

Piles 

Inflammation of kidneys— Order 7, Class IV 

Anchylosis— Order 8, Class IV 

Diseases of spine— Order 8, Class IV , 

Ulcers— Order 9, Class IV 

Fractures — Class V 

Gunshot wounds— Class V 

Amputations — Class V 

Wounds, unspecified — Class V 

Old age-Class VI 



No. OF Discharges of- 



White 
Vols. 



Colored, Total 



25 
42 

96 

25 

858 

29 

43 

27 

105 

31 

46 

89 

751 

327 

154 

478 



2,038 
1.415 
1.262 
3,825 
1,117 
9,360 
1,383 
1,598 
1,096 
1,943 
1,578 
1,1?4 
2.227 
34,209 
6,159 
5,032 
3,U76 



NATIONAL CEMETERIES. 



September 9, 1861, the Secretary of War directed that the Quarter- 
master-General of the Army shall cause to be printed and to be placed 
in every hospital of the army, blank books and forms for the purpose of 
preserving accurate and permanent records of deceased soldiers and 
their place of burial, and that he should also provide proper means for 
a registered head-board to be secured at the head of each soldier's 
grave. 

Act of Congress, approved July 17, 1863, authorizes the President 
of the United States, whenever, in his opinion, it shall be deemed ex- 
pedient, to purchase cemetery grounds, and to cause them to be se- 
curely enclosed, to be used as a national' cemetery for the soldiers who 
shall die in the service of the country. 

April 13, 1866, it was provided by Public Resolution No. 21 " that the 
Secretary of War be authorized to take immediate measures to preserve 
from desecration the graves of soldiers of the United States who fell in 
battle or died of disease during the War of the Rebellion, and to secure 
suitable burial-places, and to have these grounds enclosed, so that the 
resting-places of the honored dead may be kept sacred forever." 

February 28, 1867, an act to establish and protect national cemeteries 
was approved, which provided in detail for the purchase of grounds, and 
the management and inspection of cemeteries ; also for the punishment 
of any person who should mutilate monuments or injure the trees and 
plants. 

In accordance with the foregoing and the orders issued by the War 
Department from time to time, every eflbrt has been made to collect the 
remains of the dead, to inter them decently, and to record all the facts 
known in connection with each grave. After no war, whether of an- 
cient or modern times, have any such systematic exertions been made 
to secure the collection of the dead and their interment in permanent 
resting-places, as have been made by the Quartermaster Department of 
the United States Army under the above provisions of the law. 

The latest report of the Quartermaster-General on the subject of the 



78 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



Nation's Dead, shows that the following National Cemeteries have been 
established : 



Name of Cemetery. 



Annapolis, Md 

Alexandria, La 

Alexandria, Va 

Andersonville, Ga 

Antietam, Md 

Arling:ton, Va. . 

Ball's BlufF, Va 

Barrancas, Fla 

Baton Rouge, La 

Battle Ground. D.C 

Beaufort, S. C. 

Beverly, N. J 

Brownsville, Tex 

Camp Butler. Ill 

Camp Nelson, Ky 

Cave Hill, Ky 

Chalmette, La 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

CityBoint, Va 

Cold Harbor, Va 

Corinth, Miss 

Crown Hill, Ind 

Culpeper, Va 

Custer Battle Field, M. T 

Cypress Hills, N, Y 

Danville, Ky 

Danville, Va 

Fayetteville, Ark 

Finn's Point, N. J 

Florence, S. C 

Fort Donelson, Tenn 

Fort Gibson, I. T 

Fort Harrison, Va 

Fort Leavenworth., Kan. . 

Fort McPherson, Neb 

Fort Smith, A.rk 

Fort Scott, Kan 

Fredericksburg, Va 

Gettysburg, Pa 

Glendale, Va 

Grafton, W. Va 

Hnmpton, Va 

Jefferson Barracks, Mo. . . , 

Jefferson City, Mo 

Keokuk, Iowa 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Laurel, Md 

Lebanon, Ky 

Lexington, Ky 

Little Rock, Ark 

Logan's Cross Roads, Ky . . 





Intebmbnts 




Known. 


Unknown. 


Total. 


2,285 


204 


2,489 


534 


772 


1,306 


3,402 


120 


3.522 


12.793 


921 


13,714 


2,853 


1,818 


4,671 


11,915 


4,349 


16,264 


1 


24 


25 


798 


657 


1,455 


2,469 


495 


2,964 


43 




43 


4,748 


4,493 


9,241 


145 


7 


152 


1.417 


1,379 


2,796 


1(107 


355 


1,362 


2.477 


1,165 


3,642 


3,344 


5.^3 


3,927 


6.837 


5,674 


12,511 


7,999 


4.963 


12,5162 


8,778 


1,374 


5,152 


673 


1,281 


1,954 


1,789 


3,927 


5,716 


681 


32 


713 


456 


911 


1,367 


262 




262 


3,710 


76 


3,786 


335 


8 


343 


1,172 


155 


1.327 


431 


781 


1,212 





2,644 


2,644 


199 


2,799 


2,998 


158 


511 


669 


215 


2,212 


2,427 


239 


515 


814 


835 


928 


1,763 


152 


291 


443 


711 


1,152 


Ifim 


390 


161 


551 


2,487 


12,770 


15,257 


1,967 


1,608 


3,575 


234 


961 


1,195 


634 


620 


1,254 


4.930 


494 


5.424 


8,584 


2,!f06 


11,490 


349 


412 


761 


612 


33 


645 


2,090 


1,046 


3,136 


232 


6 


238 


591 


277 


.'68 


805 


108 


913 


3,2(i5 


2,337 


5,602 


345 


366 


711 



NATIONAL CEMETERIES. 



79 



Name of Cemetery. 


Intebments. 


Known. 


Unknown. 


Total. 


Loudon Park, Md 


1,637 

7.188 

5,l(i0 

284 

756 

2,505 

11.825 

308 

2,139 

2,177 

1,881 

1,229 

2,198 

596 

619 

842 

277 

94 

324 

150 

5,314 

2;j3 

3,821 
3,896 

710 
2,094 
3,074 

748 


166 

2,963 
8,817 

750 

113 
2.721 
4,701 
2,780 

676 
1,077 
28 
2.361 
4,001 
3,223 

562 

5,700 

19 

12,0o2 

167 
1,20S 

288 

520 
2.324 
12.704 
1.398 
2,365 
16 
1,434 


1,803 
10,151 
13,977 

l,t)34 
869 


Marietta. Ga ... . . 




Mexico City 


Mobile, Ala 


Mound City, 111 . . . 


5,226 
16,526 

3,088 


Nrtshville. Tenn 

Natchez, Miss 


New Albany, Incl 


2,815 


New Berne, N. C 


3,254 


Philadelphia, Pa 


1,909 
3.590 




Poplar Grove, Va 

Port Hudson, La 


6,199 
3,819 
1,181 
6,542 

296 
12,126 

491 
1,358 


Raleigh, N.C 


Rock Island, 111 

Salisbury, N. C 

San Antonio, Tex 


Soldiers' Home, D. C 

Staunton, Va 


5.602 
753 


Stone River, Tenn 

Vicksbuvg, Miss 


6.145 
16,600 


Wilmington, N.C 

Winchester, Va 


2,108 
4,459 


Woodlawn, Elmira, N. Y 

Yorktown, Va 


3,090 
2,182 








171,302 


147,568 


318,870 



Of the whole number of interments indica,ted above, there are about 
6,900 known and 1,500 unknown civilians, and 0,100 known and 3,200 
unknown Confederates. Of these latter, the greater portion are buried 
at Woodlawn Cemeterj', Elmira, N. Y., and Finn's Point Cemetery, 
near Salem, N. J. The interments at Mexico City are mainly of those 
who were killed or died in that vicinity during the Mexican War, and 
include also such citizens of the United States as may have died in 
Mexico, and who, under treaty provision, have the right of burial there- 
in. From the foregoing, it will appear that, after making all proper 
deductions for civilians and Confederates, there are gathered in the 
various places mentioned the remains of nearly 300,000 men who at one 
time wore the blue during the late war, and who yielded up their lives 
in defence of the Government which now so graciously cares for their 
ashes. 



PAET II. 



CHRONOLOGICAL RECOED OF ENGAGE- 

MEiS^TS, BATTLES, ETC., IN THE 

UNITED STATES, 1861 to 1865. 

2,261. 



CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD. 



Under the orders of the Surgeon-General of the Army, a work of the 
greatest importance was undertaken and completed by that Depart- 
ment, viz., '' The Medical and Surgical History of the War of the Re- 
bellion," and great credit is due for the magnificent and instructive 
work to Surgeons-General Wm. A. Hammond and J. K. Barnes, U. S. 
Army ; Surgeon J. H. Brinton, U. S. Volunteers ; Assistant-Surgeons 
(then) J. J. Woodward and George A. Otis, U. S. Army, who were 
directly connected with the work, as well as the members of the Medical 
Department, regulars and volunteers, generally. 

In this work there is a chronological record of engagements, etc. , com- 
piled by the Chief Clerk of the Surgical Division. Mr. Frederick R. 
Sparks, from official sources where practicable, from Confederata re- 
ports, and from Union and Confederate newspapers in other cases, 
where the statement was not obviously false. As full as the record is, 
it is not complete. In preparing it for publication here, several minor 
engagements were added, and others may find omissions as well ; never- 
theless, this is the completest record in existence at present. 



1861.— (156). 



Fort Sumter, S. O. 

1. April 12th and 13th— Battery E, 1st U. S. Artillery. In saluting the flag 

before the evacuation on April 15th, Private Daniel Hough was killed and 
three men wounded by the premature explosion of a gun. 
Har pel's Ferry, Va. 

2. April 18th — Detachment of ordnance men. 

Streets of Baltimore, Md. 

3. April 19th— 6th Massachusetts State Militia and 26th Pennsylvania Volunteers. 

Camp Jackson, Mo. 

4. May 10th— 1st, 3d, and 4th Missouri Reserve Corps and 3d Missouri Volun- 

teers. 

4* 



84 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

St. Louis, Mo., corner Fifth and Walnut Streets. 

5. May 10th — 5th Missouri U. S. Reserve Corps. 

Fairfax Court-house, Va. 

6. June 1st— Company B, 2d U. S. Cavalry. 

Phillippi, West Va. 

7. June 3d— 1st West Virginia, 16th Ohio, 7th and 9th Indiana, and 14th Ohio 

Volunteers. 

Great Bethel, Va. 

8. June 10th— 1st, 2d, 3d, 5th, and 7th New York, 4th Massachusetts Volunteers, 

and a detachment of 2d U. S. Artillerj-. 

Romney, West Va. 

9. June 11th — 11th Indiana Volunteers. 

Vienna, Va. 

10. June 17th — 1st Ohio Volunteers. 

Booneville, Mo. 

11. June 17th — 2d Missouri (three months), Bitteries H and L, 1st Missouri Light 

Artillery, Volunteers. 

Edward's Ferry, Va. 

12. June 17th— 1st Pennsylvania Volunteers (300 men). 

Independence, Mo. 

13. June 17th — Detachment of Missouri Volunteers. 

New Creek, West Va. 

14. June 17th— Local Militia. 

Camp Cole, Mo. 

15. June 18th— Union Home Guards (800 men). 

Patterson Creek, Va. (also called Kelly's Island). 

16. June 26th — 11th Indiana Volunteers. 

Mathias Point, Va. 

17. June 27th — Craws of XJ. S. Gunboats Pawnee and Freeborn. 

Falling Waters (also called Haynesvilie and Martinsburg), Md. 

18. July 2d — 1st Wisconsin and 11th Pennsylvania Volunteers, advance of Brig.- 

General George H. Thomas's command. 

Carthage (also called Dry Forks), Mo. 

19. July 5th — 3d and 5th Missi uri (three months), and Battery of Missouri Ar- 

tillery Volunteers. 

Newport News, Va. 

20. July 5th — 9th New York (one Company). 

Middle Creek Fork, West Va. 

21. July 6th — 3d Ohio Volunteers (one Company). 

Great Falls, Va. 

22. July 7th— 8th New York Volunteers. 

Laurel Hill (also named Bealington), West Va. 

23. July 8th— 14th Ohio and Oth Indiana Volunteers. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 80 

1861.] Monroe Station, Mo. 

24. July 10th — 16th Illinois and 3d Iowa Volunteers and Hannibal Home Guards. 

Rich Mountain, West Va. 

25. July 11th— 8th, 10th, and 13th Indiana and 19th Ohio Volunteers. 

Barboursville (also designated Red House), West Va. 

26. July 12th— 2d Kentucky Volunteers. 

Beverly, West Va. 

27. July 12th— 4th and 9th Ohio Volunteers. 

Carrick's Ford, West Va. 

28. July 14th— 14th Ohio, 9th and 7th Indiana Volunteers. 

Millsville or Wentzville (North Mo. R.R.), Mo. 

29. July 16Lh — 8th Missouri Volunteers. 

Fulton, Missouri. 

SO. July 17th — 3d Missouri Reserves (four hujidred men). 

Scarytown, West Va. 

31. July 17th— 2d Kentucky, 12th and 21st Ohio Volunteers, and 1st Ohio Bat- 

tery. 

Martinsburg, Mo. 

32. July 17th — 1st Missouri Bcserves (one Company). 

Bunker Hill, Va. 

33. July 17th — Detachment of General Patterson's command. 

Harrisonville and Parkersville, Mo. 

34. July 18th and 19th — Van Horn's Battalion (Missouri) Cass County Hom» 

Guards. 

Blackburn's Ford, Va. 

35. July 18th~lst Massachusetts, 2d and 3d Michigan, 12th New York Volun- 

teers, detachment of 2d U. S. Cavalry, and Battery E, 3d U. S. Artillery. 

Bull Run (also Manassas), Va. 

36. July 21st — Infantry, Volunteers, or Militia : 2d Maine, 2d New Hampshire, 2d 

Vermont, 1st, 4th, and 5th Massachusetts, 1st and 2d Rhode Island, 1st, 
2d, and 3d Connecticut, 8th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 16th, ISth, 27th, 29th, 31st, 
32d, 35th, 08th, and 39th New York Volunteers, 2d, 8th, 14th, 69th, 71st, 
and 79th New York ililitia, 27th Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1st, 2d, and 3d 
Michigan, 1st and 2d Minnesota, 1st and 2d Ohio; detachment of 2d, 3d, 
and 8th Regular Infantry, and a battalion of Marines ; Artillery : Bat- 
teries D, E, G, and M, 2d, E, 3d Artillery, D, 5th Artillery, and the 2d 
Rhode Island Battery ; Cavalry : detachments from the 1st and 2d 
Dragoons. 

Forsyth, Mo. 

37. July 22d— 1st Iowa and 2d Kansas Volunteers, Stanley Dragoons and Totten'a 

Battery. 

JBina, Mo. 

38. July 22d— 21st Missouri Volunteers. 

Blue Mills, Mo. 

39. July 24th— 5th Missouri Reserves. 



86 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Lane's Prairie, near Rolla, Mo. 

40. July 26th — Missouri Home Guards. 

Harrisonville, Mo. 

41. July 26th — Missouri Home Guards and 5th Kansas Cavalry. 

Fort Fillmore, New Mexico. 

42. July 27th— 7th U. S. Infantry and U. S. Mounted Rifles. 

Dug Springs, Mo. 

43. August 2d — 1st Iowa and 3d Missouri Voluntoers, and five batteries Missouri 

Light Artillery. 

Mesilla, New Mexico. 

44. August 3d— 7th U. S. Infantry and U. S. Mounted Rifles. 

Athens, Mo. 

45. August 5th — Home Guards and 21st Missouri Volunteers. 

Point of Rocks, Md. 

46. August 5th— 28th New York Volunteers. 

Hampton, Va. 

47. August 7th— 20th New York Volunteers. 

Lovettsville, Va. 

4S. August 8th— 19th New York Volunteers. 

Wilson's Creek, Mo. (also known as Springfield and Oak Hills). 

49. August 10th — Cavalry : 6th and 10th Missauri, 2d Kansas Mounted Volunteers, 

and one Company 1st U, S. Infantry, 1st Iowa, 1st Kansas, 1st, 2d, 3d, 
and 5th Missouri, detachments of the 1st and 2d Regulars, Missouri Home 
Guards ; Artillery : 1st Missouri Light and Battery F, 2d U. S., com- 
manded by Brig.-General Nathaniel Lyons. 

Potosi, Mo. 

50. August 10th — Missouri Home Guards. 

Grafton, West Va. 

51. August 13th — One Company 4th West Virginia Volunteers. 

Brunswick, Mo. 

52. August 17th — 5th Missouri Reserves. 

Chariest own (or Bird's Point), Mo. 

53. August 19th — 22d Illinois Volunteers. 

Hawk's Nest, West Va. 

54. August 20th— 11th Ohio Volunteers. 

Lookout Station, Mo. 
.'JS. August 20th — Organization not reported ; Union loss, 1 killed and 6 wounded. 

Jonesboro, Mo. 

56. August 21st— Missouri Home Guards. 

Cross Lanes (or Summerville), West Va. 

57. August 26th— 7th Ohio Volunteers. 

Ball's Cross Roads, Va. 

58. August 27th— Two companies of the 23d New York Volunteers. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 87 

1861.] Wayne Court House, West Va. 

59. August 27th — 5th West Virginia Vohinteers. 

Fort Hatteras (Cape Hatteras Inlet), N. 0. 

60. August 28th and 29bh— 9th, 20th, and 99th New York Volunteers, and a naval 

force commanded by Commodore Stringham. ' 

Lexington, Mo. 

61. August 29th— Missouri Home Guards. 

Munson's Hill, Va. 

62. August 31st — Two companies 23d New York Volunteers. 

Bennett's Mills, Mo. 

63. September 1st — Missouri Home G-uards. 

Boone Court House, West Va. 

64. September 1st — 1st Kentucky Volunteers. 

Dallas, Mo. 

65. September 2d— 11th Missouri Volunteers. 

Worthington, Marion Co , West Va. 
65. September 2d — Organization not reported, see Rebellion Record, Volume III., 
page 13. 

Dry Wood (also known as Port Scott), Mo. 

67. September 2d — 5th and 6th Kansas Volunteers, one company 9th Cavalry, 

and 1st Kansas Battery. 

Beher's Mills, Va., 

68. September 2d — 13th Massachusetts Volunteers. 

Shelbina, Mo. 

69. September 4th — 3d Iowa Volunteers. 

Petersburg, West Va, 

70. September 7th — Three companies of the 4th Ohio Volunteers. 

Carnifex Ferry, West Va. 

71. September 10th— 9th, 10th, 12th, 13th, 2Sth, and 4rth Ohio Volunteers. 

Lewinsville, Va. 

72. September 11th — 19th Indiana, 3d Vermont, and 6Dth New York Volunteers, 

and 79th New York Militia. 

Elk Water, West Va. 

73. September 11th — 3d Ohio, 15th and 17th Indiana Volunteers. 

Black River, near Ironton, Mo. 

74. September 12th — Three companies of 1st Indiana Cavalry. 

Cheat Mountain, West Va. 

75. September 12th and 13th— 13th, 14th, loth, and 17th Indiana, 3d, 6th, 24th, 

and 25th Ohio, and 2d West Virginia Volunteers. 
Lexington, Mo. 

76. September 12th to 20th— 8th, 26th, and 27th Missouri Volunteers, 13th and 

14th Missouri Home G-nards, Berry's and Van Horn's Missouri Cavalry, 
Ist Cavalry and 23d Infantiy Illinois Volunteers, Colonel James A. Mul- 
ligan, 23d Illinois Volunteers, Commanding. 



88 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Booneville, Mo. 

77. September 13th — Missouri Home Guards. 

Near Pensacola, Fla. 

78. September 14th— Rebel privateer Judah destroyed by the crew of U. S. Flag- 

ship Colorado. 

Pritchard's Mills (also known as Damestown), Va. 

79. September 15th— 28th Pennsylvania and 13th Massachusetts Volunteers. 

Morristown, Mo. 

80. September 17th— 5th, 6th, and 9th Kansas Cavalry, and 1st Kansas Battery. 

Blue Mills, Mo. 

81. September 17th — 3d lovsra Volunteers. 

Barboursville, West Va. 

82. September 18th— Kentucky Home Guards. 

Papinsville (also Osceola), Mo. 

83. September 21st and 22d— 5th, 6th, and 9th Kansas Cavalry. 

Elliott's Mills (called also Camp Crittenden), Mo. 

84. September 22d — 7th Iowa Volunteers. 

Romney (called also Hanging Rock), West Va. 

85. September 23d— 4th and 8th Ohio Volunteers. 

Chapmansville, West Va. 

86. September 25th — 1st Kentucky, and 34th Ohio Volunteers, 

Lucas Bend, Ky. 

87. September 26th — Captain Stewart's Cavalry. 

Shanghai, Mo. 

88. September 27th — Organizations not known ; see Tribune Almanac of 1862, 

page 45. 

Munson's Hifl (Camp Advance), Va. 

89. September 29th — 69th Pennsylvania fire into 71st Pennsylvania Volunteers 

through mistake. 

Greenbrier, West Va. 

90. October 3d— Battery G, 4th United St:ites Artillery, Battery "A," 1st Michi- 

gan Artillery, 24th, 25th, and 32d Ohio, and 7th, 9th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 
and 17th Indiana Volunteers. 

Alimosa (near Fort Craig), N. M. 

91. October 4th — Mink's New Mexico Cavalry, and U. S. Regulars. 

Buffalo Hill, Ky. 

92. October 4th— Organization not recorded ; Union loss, twenty killed ; Confeder- 

ate loss, fifty killed. 

Chicamicomico, N. 0. 

93. October 5th— 20th Indiana Volunteers. 

Hillsboro, Ky. 

94. October 8th— Flemingsburg Home Guards. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 89 

186L] Santa Rosa, Fla. 

95. October 9th — 6th New York Vohmteers, detachments of Companies " A," 

1st, and "H," 2d U. S. Artillery, and Companies C and E, 3d U. S. 
Infantry. 

Cameron, Ray Co., Mo. 

96. October 12th — Major James' Cavalry. 

Upton Hill, Ky. 

97. October 12th— 39th Indiana Volunteers. ' 

Bayles' Cross Roads, La. 

98. October 12th— 79th New York Volunteers, 

Beckwith's Farm (twelve miles from Bird's Point), Mo. 

99. October 13th — Lieutenant Tuff's detachment of Cavalry. 

West Glaze (also known as Shanghai, Henrytown, and Monday's Hollow), 

Mo. 

100. October 13th— 10th and Gth Missouri Cavalry, and Fremont Battalion Cavalry. 

Big River Bridge, near Potosi, Mo. 

101. October 15th — Forty men of the 38th Illinois Volunteers. 

Linn Creek, Mo. 

102. October 15th — 6th Missouri Cavalry and 13th Illinois Volunteers. 

Bolivar Heights, Va. 

103. October 16th — Detachments from 28th Pennbylvania, 3d Wisconsin, and 13th 

Massachusetts Volunteers. 

Warsaw, Mo. 

104. October 16th — Organizations not recorded ; see Rebellion Record, Vol. III., 

" page 5L 

Fredericktown, Mo. (including skirmish at Ironton). 

105. October 17th to 21st— Company A, 1st Missouri Light Artillery, 11th Mis- 

souri, and 17th, 20th, 21st, 33d, and 38th Illinois, 1st Indiana, and Sth 
Wisconsin Volunteers. 

Big Hurricane Creek, Mo. 

106. October 19th— 18th Missouri Volunteers. 

Ball's Bluff (also Edward's Ferry, Harrison's Island, andLeesburg), Va. 

107. October 21st — 15th and 20th Massachusetts, 40th New York, and 71st Penn- 

sylvania Volunteers, and Battery B Rhode Island Artillery. 

Wild Oat, Ky. 

108. October 21st— 33d Indiana, 14th and 17th Ohio Volunteers, 1st Kentucky 

Cavalry, and 1st Ohio Battery. 

Buffalo Mills, Mo. 

109. October 22d — Organizations not recorded ; see Tribune Almanac of 1862. 

West Liberty, Ky. 

110. October 23d— 2d Ohio Volunteers, 1st and Loughlin's Ohio Cavalry, and 1st 

Ohio Artillery. 

Hodgeville, Ky. 

111. October 23d— Detachment of 6th Indiana Volunteers. 



90 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Springfield, Mo. (also known as Zagony's Charge). 

112. October 25th — Fremonfs Body Guard, White's Trairie Scouts. 

Romney, West Va. (also Mill Creek Mills). 

113. October 26th— 4th and 8th Ohio and 7th West Virginia Volunteers, 2d 

Regiment Potomac Home Brigade, Maryland Volunteers, and Ringgold 
(Pa.) Cavalry Battalion. 

Saratoga, Ky. 

114. October 26th— 9th Illinois Volunteers. 

Plattsburg, Clinton Co., Mo. 

115. October 27th — Organization not recorded ; Confederate loss, 8 killed, 12 

captured. 

Spring Hill, Mo. 

116. October 27th — One Company of 7th Missouri Cavalry. 

Woodbury and Morgantown, Ky. 

117. October 29th— 17th Kentucky Infantry and 3d Kentucky Cavalry Volunteers. 

Renick, Randolph Co., Mo. 

118. November Ist — Organization not recorded ; see Rebellion Reccrd, Vol. III., 

page 268. 

Little Santa Fe, Mo. 

119. November 6Lh — 4th Missouri and 5th Kansas Cavalry, and Kowald's Mis- 

souri Battery. 

Belmont, Mo. 

120. November 7th— 22d, 27th, .30th, and .31st Illinois, and 7th Iowa Volunteers, 

Battery B, 1st Illinois Artillery, and two companies of the 15th Illinois 
Cavalry, Brig.-General U. S. Grant commanding. 

Galveston Harbor, Texas. 

121. November 7th — Burning of the Royal Yacht by the crew of the U. S. Frigate 

Santce. 

Port Royal, S. C. 

122. November 7th — U. S. Navy, Commodore S. F. Dupont, U. S. N., command- 

ing. 

Piketown, Pike Co. (also called Try Mountain), Ky. 

123. November 9th— 2d, 21st, 33d, and 59th Ohio and 10th Kentucky Volunteers, 
commanded by Col. J. W. Sill, 33d Ohio. 

Taylor's Ford, Wautauga River, Tenn. 

124. November 10th — Loyal citizens ; from Confederate newspapers. 

Guyandotte, West Va. 

125. November 10th — Recruits of the 0th West Virginia Volunteers. 

Gauley Bridge, West Va. 

126. November 10th — 11th Ohio Volunteers and 2d Kentucky Cavalry. 

Little Blue, Mo. 

127. November 11th — One hundred and ten men of the 7th Kansas Cavalry. 

Occoquan Creek, Va. 

128. November 12th — Reconnoitring party of the 1st New York Cavalry. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 91 

1861.] Cypress Bridge, Ky. 

129. November 1 7th — Organization not recorded; Union loss, 10 killed and 15 

wounded. 

Palmyra, Mo. 

130. November 18th— Detachment of 3d Missouri Cavalry. 

Wirt Court House, West Va. 

131. November 19th — Detachment of 1st West "Virginia Cavalry. 

Pensacola, Fort Pickens, Fla. 

132. November 23d— Batteries A, F, L, 1st TJ. S. Artillery, C, H, and K, 2d U. 

S. Artillery ; Companies C and E, 3d U. S. Infantry, and Companies G 
and I, 6th New York Volunteers. 

Lancaster, Mo. 

133. November 24th— 21st Missouri Volunteers. 

Johnstown, Mo. 

134. November 24th— Missouri Home Guard. 

Independence, Little Blue, Mo. 

135. November 26th — Tth Kansas Cavalry. 

Drainesville, Va. 

136. November 26th — 1st Pecnsylvania Cavalry. 

Hunter's Mills, Va. 

137. November 26th— 3d Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Black Walnut Creek, near Sedalia, Mo. 

138. November 29th— 1st Missouri Cavalry. 

Morristown, Tenn. 

139. December 1st — Organization not recorded. 

Salem, Dent Co., Mo. 

140. December 31 — Detachment of 10th Missouri Cavalry. 

Vienna, Va. 

141. December 3d — Detachment of 3d Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Anandale, Va. 

142. December 4th— Thirty men of 3d New Jersey Volunteers. 

Dunksburg, near Sedalia, Mo. 

143. December 4th— Citizens ; see New York Herald, December 7, 1861. 

Bushy Creek, Ark. 

144. December 9th — Union Indiana under Opothleyholo. 

Dam No. 4, Potomac, Va. 

145. December 11th — 12th Indiana Volunteers. 

Bertrand, Mo. 

146. December 11th— 2d Illinois Cavalry. 

Bagdad, Shelby Co., Ky. 

147. December 12th— 6th Kentucky Volunteers. 



92 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Camp Alleghany (also Buffalo Mountain), W. Va. 

148. December l.-^th— 9th and 13th Indiana, 25th and 32d Ohio, and 2d W. Vir- 

ginia Volunteers, commanded by Brig.-General E. H. Milroy. 

Rowlett's Station (also known as Mumfordsville and Woodsonville), Ky, 

149. December 17th — 32d Indiana Volunteers. 

Milford (also Shawnee or Blackwater Mound), Mo. 

150. December 18th— 2Tth Ohio, and 8th, ISth, 22a, and 24th Indiana Volunteers, 

31st Kansas and 1st Iowa Cavalr}', a detachment of U. S, Cavalry, and 
two batteries of 1st Missouri Light Artillery. 

Drainesville, Va. 

151. December 20th— 1st, 6th, 9th, 10th, and 12th Regiments Pennsylvania Re- 

serve Corps, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery, and 1st Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Hudson, Mo. 

152. December 21st — Detachment of 7th Missouri Cavalry. 

New Market Bridge, near Newport News, Va. 

153. December 22d— 20th New York Volunteers. 

Wadesburg, Mo. 

154. December 24th — Missouri Home (xuards. 

Sacramento, Ky. 

155. December 2Sth — 3d Kentucky Cavalry. 

Mount Zion, Mo. 

156. December 2Sth — Birge's Sharpshooters and 3d Missouri Cavalry. 



1862.— (5G4.) 



Port Royal, Coosa River. S. C. 

157. January 1st— 3d Michigan, 47th, 48th, and 79th New York, and 50th Penn- 

sylvania Volunteers. 

Hunnewell, Mo. 

158. January 3d— Four companies of the 10th Missouri Cavalry. 

Huntersville, Va. 

159. January 4th — Detachment of the 25th Ohio Volunteers, and 2d West Vir- 

ginia and 1st Indiana Cavalry. 

Bath, Va. 

160. January 4th — 39th Illinois Volunteers. This includes skinnishes at Great 

Cacapon Bridge, Alpine Station, and Hancock. 

Calhoun, Green Co., Mo. 

161. January 4th— Organization not recorded. 

Blue Gap, near Romney, Va. 

162. January 7th— 4th, 5th, 7th, and 8th Ohio, and 14th Indiana Volunteers, and 

1st West Virginia Cavalry. 



CHROXOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 93 

1S6.2.] Jennie's Creek (also known as Paintsville), Ky. 

1G3. January 7th — Four companies of the 1st West Virginia Cavalry. 

Charlestown, Mo. 

164. January 8th — 10th Iowa Volunteers. 

Dry Forks, Cheat River, W. Va. 

165. January 8th — One company of the 2d West Virginia Cavalry. 

Silver Creek, Randolph Co., Mo. 

166. January 8th— Detachments of 1st and 2d Mo., 4th Ohio and 1st Iowa Cav- 

alry. (Also known as Eoati's Tamjard and Sugar Creek.) 

Columbus, Mo. 

167. January 9th — 7th Kansas Cavalry. 

Middle Creek and Prestonburg, Ky. 

168. January 10th— 40th and 42d Ohio, 14th and 22d Kentucky Volunteers, Col. 

J. A. Garfield commanding. 

Mill Springs, Ky. 

169. January 19th and 20th— 9th Ohio, 2.1 Minnesota, 4ih Kentucky, and 10th 

Indiana Volunteers, and 1st Kentucky Cav.alrj'', commanded by Br!g.- 
General Geo. H. Thomas. (Also known p.s Logan's Crossroads, Fishing 
Creek, Somerset, and Beech Grove.) 

Knob Noster, Mo. 

170. January 22d — 2d Missouri Cavalry. 

Occoquan Bridge, Va. 

171. January 29th — Detachments of the 37th New York Volunteers and 1st New 

Jersey Cavalry. 

Bowling Green, Ky. 

172. February 1st — One company of the 2d Indiana Cavalry. 

Morgan County, Tenn. 

173. February 2d — Organization not mentioned ; obtained from Confederate 

sources. 

Fort Henry, Tenn. 

174. February 6th— XJ. S. Gunboats Essex, Carondelet, St. Louis, Cincinnati, 

Conestoga, Tyler, and Lexington, 

Linn Creek, Logan County, Va. 

175. February 8th — Detachment of 5th West Virginia Volunteers. 

Roanoke Island, N. O. 

176. Februaiy 8th — U.S. Gunboats Southfield, Delaware, Stars and Stripes, Louis- 

iana, lletzel, Commodore Perrj', UnderwTiter, Valley City, Commodore 
Barney, Hunchback, Ceres, Putnam, Morse, Lockwood, J. A. Seymour, 
Granite, Brinker, Whitehead, Shawseen, Picket, Pioneer, Hussar, Vi- 
dette. Chasseur, 21st, 23d, 24th, 25th, and 27th Massachusetts, 10th Con- 
necticut, 9th, 51st, and 53d New York, 9th New Jersey, 51st Pennsylvania, 
and 4th and 5th Rhode Island Volunteers, Brig.-General A. E. Burnside, 
commanding Army and Commodore L. M. Goldsborough the Navy. 



94 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Elizabeth City (known also as Cobb's Point), N. C. 

177. Febi-uary 10th— U. S. Gunboats Delaware, Unaerwriter, Louisiana, Sey- 

mour, Hetzol, Shawseen, Valley City, Putnam, Commodore Perry, Ceres, 
Morse, Whitehead, and Brinker. 

Blooming Gap, Va. 

178. February 1.3th— 1st West Virginia Cavalry, and 8th Ohio and 7th West Vir- 

ginia Volunteers. 

Flat Lick Fords, Cumberland River, Ky. 

179. February 14th — 49th Indiana Volunteers, and 6th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Marshfield, Mo 

180. February 14th — 6th Missouri and 3d Illinois Cavalry. 

Fort Donelson (sometimes called Dover), Tenn. 

181. February 14th, 15th, and 16th— 17th and 25th Kentucky, 11th, 25th, 31st, and 

44th Indiana, 2d, 7th, 12th, and 14th Iowa, 1st Nebraska, 58th and 
76th Ohio, 8th and 13th Missouri, 8th Wisconsin, 8th, 9th, 11th, i2th, 
37th, ISth, 20th, 28th, 29th. 30th, 31st, 41st, 45th, 46th, 48th, 49th, 57th, 
and 58th Illinois Volunteers, Batteries B and D, 1st, and D and E, 2d Illi- 
nois Artillery, four companies Illinois Cavalry. Birge's Sharpshooters, 
and six gunboats, commanded by Brig. -General U. S. Grant and Commo- 
dore A. H. Foote. 

Bowling G-reen, Ky. 

182. February 15th— Occupied by troops of Brig.-General D. C. BueJl's army. 

Sugar Creek (also called Pea Ridge), Mo. 

183. February 17th— 1st and 6th Missouri and 3d Illinois Cavalry. 

Independence, Mo, 

184. February 18th— 2d Ohio Cavah-y. 

Valverde (or Fort Craig), New Mexico. 

185. February 21st>— Detachments of the 1st, 2d, and 5th New Mexico Volunteers, 

1st New Mexico and 2d Colorado Cavalry, detachments of 5th, 7th, and 
10th U. S. Infantry, and Hall's and McRae's Batteries, commanded by 
Colonel E. R. S. Canby, U. S. A. 

Mason's Neck, Occoquan, Va. 

186. February 24th— 37th New York Volunteers. 

Keytesville, Barry County, Mo. 

187. February 26th— Cth Missouri Cavalry. 

Sykestown, Mo. 

188. March 1st— 7th Cavalry and 10th Infantry, IHinois Volunteers. 

Pittsburg Landing, Tenn. 

189. March 2d— U. S. Gunboats Lexington and Tyler and 32d Illinois Volunteers. 

New Madrid, Mo. 

190. March 3d— 5th Iowa, 59th Indiana, 39th and 63d Ohio Infantry; and 2d 

Michigan and 7th Illuiois Cavalry Volunteers. 

Occoquan, Va. 

191. March 5th — Reconnoitring party of the 03d Pennsylvania Volunteers. 



CHROXOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 95 

1863.] Pea Ridge, Ark. 

192. March 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th — This includes engagements at Bentonville on the 

6th, Leetowii on the 7th, and Elkliorn Tavern on the 8th ; troops engaged 
were 25th, 35th, 36th. 37th, 44th, and 59th Illinois, 2d, 3d, 12th, 15th, 
17th, 24th, and Phelps' Missouri, 8th, 18th, and 22d Indiana, and 4th and 
9th Iowa Volunteers, 3d Iowa, 3d and 15th liljnois, and 1st, 4th, 5th, and 
6th Missouri Cavalry, Batteries B and F 2d Missouri Light Artillery', 2d 
Ohio Battery, 1st Indiana Battery, and Battery A 2d Illinois Artillery, 
Brig.-General Samuel R. Curtis, commanding. 

Fox Creek, Mo. 

193. March 7th— 4th Missouri Cavalr3% 

Near Nashville, Tenn. 

194. March Sth — 1st Wisconsin Volunteers and 4th Ohio Cavalry. 

Mississippi City, Miss. 

195. March Sth— 26th Massachusetts Volunteers. 

Mountain Grove, Mo. 

196. March 9th— 10th Missouri Cavab-y. 

Hampton Roads, near Newport News, Va. 

197. March 9th — Minnesota, Congress, Cumberland, and Monitor, 20th Indiana, 

7th and 11th New York Volunteers, Monitor and Rebel Merrimac. =■ \'i ■]■. c ^j,v-t 

Burke's Station, Va. 

198. March 10th— One company 1st New York Cavalry, 

Jacksboro' Big Creek G-ap, Tenn 

199. March 10th — 2d Tennessee Volunteers. 

Paris, Tenn. 

200. March 11th — Detachments of the 5th Iowa and 1st Nebraska Cavalry, and 

Battery K 1st Missouri Artillery. 

Lexington, Lzifayette County, Mo. 

201. March 12th— 1st Iowa Cavalry. 

Near Lebanon, Mo. 

202. March 12th — Organizations not stated ; taken from official report of Major- 

General H. W. Halleck. 

New Madrid, Mo. 

203. March 13th— 10th and 16th Illinois, 27th, 39th, 43d, and 6.3d Ohio Volun- 

teers, 3d Michigan Cavalry, 1st U. S. Infantry, and Bissell's Missouri 
Engineers, Brig. -General John Pope, commanding. 

Newbern, N. C. 

204. March 14th— 51st New York, Sth, 10th, and 11th Connecticut, 21st, 23d, 24th, 

25th, and 27th Massachusetts, 9th New Jersey, 51st Pennsylvania, 4th 
and 5th Rhode Island Volunteers, Brig.-General A. E. Burnside com- 
manding. 

Pound Gap (also Sounding Gap), Cumberland Mountains, Tenn. 
305. March 14th— Detachments of 22d Kentucky, 40th and 42d Ohio Volunteers, 
and 1st Ohio Cavalry. 



96 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Acquia Creek Batteries, Va. 

206. March 16th— U. S. gunboats Yankee and Anacostia. 

Black Jack Forest, Tenn. 

207. March 16th— Detachments of 4th Illinois and 5th Ohio Cavalry. 

Salem, Ark., also Spring River. 

208. March 18th— Detachments of the 6th Missouri and 3d Iowa Cavalry. 

Mosquito Inlet, Fla. 

209. March 21st— U. S. gunboats Penguin and Henry Andrew. . 

Independence (or Little Santa Fe), Mo. 

210. March 22d— 2d Kansas. 

Carthage, Mo. 

211. March 2.3d— 6th Kansas Cavalry. 

Winchester (or Kearnstown). Va. 

212. March 23d— 1st West Virginia, 81th and 110th Pennsylvania, 5th, 7th, 8th, 

29th, 62d, and 67th Ohio, 7th, 13th, and 14th Indiana, and 39th Illinois 
Volunteers, Ist West Virginia, 1st Ohio, and Company E, 1st U. S. Artil- 
lery, 1st Michigan and 1st Ohio Cavalry, Brig.-General James Shields 
commanding. 

Warrensburg (or Briar), Mo. 

213. March 26th— Sixty men of the 7th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Humonsville, Polk County, Mo, 

214. March 26th — Company B, 8th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Apache Canon, near Santa Fe (or Glorietta), New Mexico. 

215. March 26th to 28th— 1st and 2d Colorado Cavalry. 

Strasburg, Va. 

216. March 27th — Portion of Brig.-General Banks' command. 

Middleburg, Va. 

217. March 28th— 28th Pennsylvania Volunteers. 

Warrensburg, Mo. 

218. March 28th— 1st lUinois Cavalry. 

Union City, Tenn. 

219. March 30th— 2d Illinois Cavalry. 

Putnam's Ferry, near Doniphan, Mo. 

220. April 2d— 5th Illinois Cavah-y, 21bt and 38th Illinois Volunteers, and 16th 

Ohio Battery, Colonel Carlin's Brigade, 

Thoroughfare Gap, Va. 

221. April 2d— 28th Pennsylvania Volunteers. 

Pass Christian, Miss. 

222. April 4th— 9th Connecticut, and 6th Massachusetts Artillery. 

Great Bethel, Va. 

223. April 4th— Advance of the 3d Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Crump's Landing (or Adamsville), Tenn, 

224. April 4th— 5th Ohio Cavalry, 48th, 70th, and 72d Ohio Volunteers. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 97 

1862.] Siege of Yorktown. 

225. April 5th to May 3d— 2d, '3d, and 4th Corps, Army of the Potomac, 

Shiloh (or Pittsburg Landing), Tenn. 

226. April 6th and 7th— Army of the District of Western Tennessee, commanded 

by Maj. -General IT. S. Grant: 1st Division, Maj. -General J. A. McCler- 
nand ; 2d Division, Maj. -General C. F. Smith ; 3d Division, Brig.-General 
Lewis Wallace ; 4th Division. Brig.-General S. A. Hui-lburt : 5th Division, 
Brig.-General W. T. Sherman, and 6th Division, Brig.-General B. M. Pren- 
tiss. Army of the Ohio, commanded by Maj. -General D. C. Buell ; 2d Di- 
vision, Brig.-General A. McD. McCook ; 4th Division, Brig.-General W. 
Nelson; 5th Division, Brig.-General T. L. Crittenden ; and one brigade of 
the 6th Division. Gunboats Tyler and Lexington. 

Reconnoisance on the Corinth Road, Miss. 

227. April Sth— 3d Brigade, 5th Division, Army of Western Tennessee, and 4th 

Illinois Cavalry. 

Island No. 10, Tenn. 

228. April Sth— Navy commanded by Flag-Officer A. H. Foote, the Army by Maj,- 

General John Pope. The siege commenced March 16, 1862. 

Owen's River, Cal. 

229. April 9th— 2d California Cavalry. 

Fort Pulaski, Ga. 

230. April 10th— 6th and 7th Connecticut, 3d Rhode Island. 46th and 48th New 

York, and Sth Maine Volunteers, 15th U. S. Infantry, and crew of U. S. 
S. Wabash. 

Huntsville, Ala. 

231. April 11th— 3d Division, Army of the Ohio, Brig.-General O. M. Mitchell 

commanding. 

Skirmish before Yorktown, Va. 

232. April 11th— 12th New York, 57th and 63d Pennsylvania Volunteers. 

Little Blue River, Mo. 

233. April 12th — Organization not recorded. 

Monterey, Va. 

234. April 12th — 75th Ohio Volunteers, and 1st West Virginia Cavalry. 

Pollocksville, N. C. 

235. April 14th — Organization not recorded ; taken from Confederate sources. 

Diamond Grove, Mo. 

236. April 14th — 6th Kansas Cavalry. 

Walkersville, Mo. 

237. April 14th— 2d Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Montavallo, Mo, 

238. April 14th— Two companies of the 1st Iowa Cavah-y. 

Fort Pillow, Tenn. 

239. April 14th— Bombardment by U. S. Navy. 

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98 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Pechacho Pass, D. T. 

240. April I5th— 1st California Cavalry. 

Peralto, N. M. 

241. April 15th— Organization not specified ; official. 

Savannah, Tenn. 
212. April 16th — Organization not recorded; see Rebellion Record, Volume IV., 
page 90. 

Whitemarsh (or Wilmington Island), Ga. 

243. April 16th — 8th Michigan Volunteers, and Battery Rhode Island Artillery. 

Lee's Mills, Va. 

244. April 16th— 3d. 4th, and 6th Vermont Volunteers, M New York Battery, and 

Battery of 5th U. S. Artillery. 

Holly River, West Va. 

245. April 17th — ICth West Virginia Volunteers. 

Falmouth, near Fredericksburg, Va. 

246. April ISth— 2d New York Cavalry. 

Edisto Island, S. C. 

247. April 18th— Crew of U. S. S. Crusader, 3d New Hampshire and 55th Penn- 

sylvania Volunteers. 

Forts Jackson and St. Philip, and Capture of New Orleans, La. 

248. April ISth to 2Sth— Fleet of war vessel^;, commanded by Commodore D. Gr. 

Farragut, and Mortar boats, commanded by Commodore D. D. Porter. 

Talbot's Ferry, Ark. 

249. April 19th— 4th Iowa Cavalry. 

Camden (also known as South Mills), N. C. 

250. April 19ch— 21st Massachusetts, 51st Pennsylvania, 6th New Hampshire, 9th 

and 89th New York Volunteers. 

Grass Lick, West Va. 

251. April 23d— 3d Maryland, and Potomac Home Brigade. 

Fort Macon, N. C. 

252. April 25th— TT. S. Gunboats Daylight, State of Georgia, Chippewa, the bark 

Gemsbok and General Parke's Division. 

Turnback Creek, Mo. 

253. April 26th - 5th Kansas Cavalry. 

Neosho, Mo. 

254. April 26th — 1st Mis.souri Cavalry. 

Reconnoisance to Lick Creek, Miss. 

255. April 26th— Troops commanded by Brig. -General A. J. Smith, army before 

Corinth, Miss. 

Redoubt before Yorktown, Va. 

256. April 26th — Three companies of the 1st Massachusetts Volunteers. 

Horton's Mills, near Newbern, N. C. 

257. April 2rth— 108d New York Volunteers. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 99 

1863.] Paint Rock Railroad Bridge. 

258. April 28th — Twenty- two men of the lUth Wisconsin Volunteers (General 

D. C. BuelFs command). 

Cumberland Mountain, Tenn. 

259. April 28th— 22d Kentucky, IKth and 4-2d Ohio Volunteers. 

Monterey, Tenn. 

260. Apvn 28th-2d Iowa Cavah-y. 

Bridgeport, Ala. 

261. April 29th— 3d Division, Army of the Ohio, Brig.-General 0. M. Mitchell. 

Siege of Corinth, Miss. 

262. AprU 30th— Maj.- General H. W. Halleck's army. 

Clark's Hollow, West Va. 

263. May Isl^-Company C, 23d Ohio Volunteers. 

Farmington, Miss. 

264. May 3d— 10th, 16th, 22d, 27th, 41st and 4M Illinois, 10th and 16th Michi- 

gan Volunteers, Yates' Illinois Sharpshooters, 2d Michigan Cavalry, and 
Battery C, Isc Illinois Artillery. 

Licking, Mo. 

265. May 4th — 5th Missouri Militia Cavalry and 24th Missouri Volunteers. 

Cheese Cake Church, Va. 

266. May 4ch — 3d Pennsylvania and 1st and 6th U. S. Cavalry. 

Lebanon, Tenn. 

267. May 5th— Detachment of the 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry, and 1st, 4th, and 5th 

Kentucky Cavalry. 

Lockridge Mills (or Dresden), Ky. 

268. May 5th— 5th Iowa Cavalry. 

Williamsburg, Va. 

269. May 5th — Sd and 4th Corps Army of the Potomac. 

West Point, Va., or Eltham's Landing. 

270. May 7th— 16th, 31st, and 32d New York, 95th and 96th Pennsylvania, and 

5th Maine Volunteers, 1st Massachusetts and Battery D, 2d U. S. Artil- 
lery. 

Somerville Heights, Va. 

271. May 7th— 13th Indiana Volunteers. 

McDowell (or Bull Pasture Mountain), Va. 

272. May 8th— 25th, 32d, 75th, and 8-2d Ohio, and 3d West Virginia Volunteers, 

1st West Virginia and 1st Connecticut Cavalry, and 1st Indiana Battery, 
Brig. -General R. H. Milroy commanding. 

Grlendale, near Corinth, Miss. 

273. May 8th— 7th Illinois Cavalry. 

Elkton Station, near Athens, Ala. 

274. May 9th— Company E, 37th Indiana. 



100 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Slatersville (or New Kent Court House), Va. 

275. May 9th— 6tli U. S. Cavalry, 9Sth Pennsylvania, and 2d Rhode Island Vol- 

unteers. 

Farmington, Miss. 

276. May 9th — Two brigades of the Army of the Mississippi. 

Fort Pillow, Tenn. 

277. May 10th— U. S. Gunboats Cincinnati and Mound City. 

Norfolk, Va. 

278. May 10th— 10th, 20th, and 99th New York, 1st Delaware, 5Sth Pennsylvania, 

20th Indiana, and l(jth Massachusetts Volunteers, Battery D, 4th U. S. 
Artillery, and 1st New York Mounted Rifles. 

Bloomfield, Mo. 

279. May 11th— 1st Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Reedy Creek, Cumberland Mountain, West Va. 

280. Alay 13th — Brig.-General B. F. Kelley's command. 

Rodgersville, Ala. 

281. May 13th — 1st Wisconsin and 38th Indiana Volunteers, and Cavalry com- 

manded by Col. Starkweather. 

Monterey, Tenn. 

282. May 18th— Portion of Brig.-General M. L. Smith's Brigade. 

Trenton Bridge, N. 0. 

283. May 14th— 17th, 25th, and 27th Massachusetts Volunteers, Battery B, 3d 

New York Artillery, and two troops 3d New York Cavalry. 

Linden, Va. 

284. May 15th — One company of the 28th Pennsylvania Volunteers. 

Fort Darling, James River, Va. 

285. May 15th — U. S. S. Galena, Port Royal, Naugatuck, Monitor, and Aristook. 

Chalk Bluffs, Mo. 

286. May 15th— 1st Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Butler, Bates Co., Mo. 

287. May I5th— 1st Iowa Cavalry. 

Princeton, West Va, 

288. May 15th, 16th, and 18th — Kanawha Division, commanded by Brig.-General 

J. D. Cox. 

Russell's House, before Corinth, Miss. 

289. May 17th— General M. L. Smith's brigade of the 5th Division, Army of Ten- 

nessee. 

Searcy Landing, Little Red River, Ark. 

290. May 19th— Detachments of 4th Missouri Cavalry, 3d and 17th Missouri Vol- 

unteers, Battery B, 1st Missouri Light Artillery. 

Clinton, N. O. 

291. May 19th— Organizations not recorded. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 101 

1862.] Phillip's Creek, Miss. 

292. May 21st — Brig.-General Thomas A. Davis' 2d Division Army of Tennessee. 

Florida, Monroe Co., Mo. 

293. May 22d— Detachment of the 3d Iowa Cavalry. 

Near Newbern, N. C. 

294. May 22d — Company I, 17th Massachusetts VoUmteers. 

Lewisburg, Va. 

295. May 23d— 36th and 44th Ohio Volunteers and 2d West Virginia Cavahy. 

Front Royal, Va. 

296. May 23d — 1st Maryland Volunteers, and detachments of the 29th Pennsyl- 

vania, Capt. Mape's Pioneers, and 5th New York Cavalry, and 1st Penn- 
sylvania Artillery. 

Buckton Station, Va. 

297. May 2.3d — 3d Wisconsin and 27th Indiana v olunteers. 

Fort Craig, New Mexico. 

298. May 23d— 3d United States Cavalry. 

Middletown, Va. 
239. May 24th — 46th Pennsylvania and 2Sth New York Volunteers, 1st Maine and 
1st Vermont Cavalry, and one Battery of New York Artillery ; skirmish 
on Banks' retreat to Winchester. 

Newtown, Va. 

300. May 24th— 28th New York, 2d Massachusetts, 29th Pennsylvania, 27th In- 

diana, and 3d Wisconsin Volunteers, and two Batteries of Artillery ; skh- 
mish on Banks' retreat to Winchester. 

New Bridge, Va. 

301. May 24th — 4th Michigan Volunteers. 

Chickahominy, Va. 

302. May 24th— Davidson's Brigade, Smith's Division, Fourth Corps. 

Winchester, Va. 

303. May 25th— 2d Massachusetts, 29th Pennsylvania, 27th Indiana, 3d Wiscon- 

sin, 28th New York, 5th Connecticut, and 46th Pennsylvania Volunteers, 
Battery M, 1st New Yoi'k Artillery, 1st Vermont, 1st Michigan and 5th 
New York Cavalry, Major-General N. P. Banks commanding. 

Hanover Court House, Va. 

304. May 2rth— 12th, 13th, 1 Uh, 17Lh, 2.5th and 44th New York, 62d and 83d 

Pennsylvania, Kith Michigan, 9th and 22d Massachusetts Volunteers, 
5th Massachusetts, 2d Maine, and Battery F, 5th U. S. Artillery, and 
1st U. S. Sharpshooters. 

Big Indian Creek, near Searcy, Ark. 

305. May 27th— 1st Missouri Cavalry. 

Osceola, Mo. 

306. May 27th— 1st Iowa Cavalry. 

Charlestown and Harper's Ferry, Va. 

307. May 28th— Organization not recorded, re^wrt of Brig.-G-eneral R. Saxton. 



102 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Cache River Bridge, Ark. 

308. May SSth— 9th Illinois Cavalry. 

Wardensville, Va. 

309. May 28th— 3d Maryland Potomac Home Brigade and 3d Indiana Cavalry. 

Sylamore, Ark. 

310. May 28th and 29th— 10th Missouri and 3d Iowa Cavalry. 

Pocataligo, S. O. 

311. May 29th— 50th Pennsylvania, 79th New York, and 8th Michigan Volun- 

teers, and 1st Massachusetts Cavalry. 

Booneville, Miss. 

312. May .30th— 2d Iowa and 2d Michigan Cavalry. 

Tuscumbia Creek, Miss. 

313. May 30th — Organizations not recorded. 

Evacuation of Corinth, Miss. 

314. May 30th — Major-General H. W. Halleck's army takes possession. 

Front Royal, Va. 

315. May 30th — 1st Rhode Island Cavalr}^, advance of Major-General Mc- 

Dowell's command. 

Neosho, Mo. 

316. May 31st — 10th Illinois Cavalry, and 14th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Greenville Road, near Washington, N. C. 

317. May 31st— 3d New York Cavalry. 

Seven Pines and Fair Oaks, Va. 

318. May 31st and June 1st — 2d Corps, Maj. -General B. V. Sumner, 3d Corps, 

Maj. -General S. P. Heintzelman, and 4th Corps, Maj. -General E. D. 
Keyes, Army of the Potomac. 

Seabrook's Point, S. C. 

319. June 1st — Organization not recorded. 

Strasburg and Staunton Road, Va. 

320. June 1st and 2d— Sth West Virginia, and 60th Ohio Volunteers, 1st New 

Jersey and 1st Pennsylvania Cavalry ; Jackson's retreat. 

Legare's Point, S. 0. 

321. June 3d — 2Sth Massachusetts and 100th Pennsylvania Volunteers. 

Fort Pillow (or Fort Wright), Tenn. 

322. June 4th — Mississippi Flotilla, Commodore C. H. Davis. 

Jasper, Sweden's Cove, Tenn. 

323. June 4th— Sth Kentucky and 7Lh Pennsylvania Cavalry, 79th Pennsylvania 

Volunteers, and 1st Ohio Battery. 

Blackland, Miss. 

324. June 4th— 2d Iowa and 2d Michigan Cavalry. 

Tranter's Creek, N. C. 
825. June 5th — 24th Massachusetts Volunteers, Company I, 3d New York Cavalry, 
and Marine Artillery. 



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1862.] Memphis, Tenn. 

326. June 6th— XJ. S. G-unboats Benton, Louisville, Carondelet, Cairo, and St. 

Louis, and Rams Queen of the West, and Monarch. 

Harrisonburg, Va. 

327. June 6th — 1st New Jersey Cavalrj', 1st Pennsylvania Rifles, 60th Ohio, and 

8th West Virginia Volunteers. 

Cross Keys (or Union Church\ Va. 

328. June 8th— 8th, 39th, 41st, 45th, 54th, and 5Sth New York. 2d, 3d, 5th, and 

8th West Virginia, 25th, 32d, 55th, 60th, 73d, 75th, and 82d Ohio, and 
1st and 27th Pennsylvania Volunteers, and 1st Ohio Battery. 

Baldwin, Miss. 

329. June 9th— 2d Iowa and 2d ilichigan Cavalry. 

Port Republic, Va. 

330. June 9th— 5th, 7th, 29th, and 66th Ohio, 84th and 110th Pennsylvania, 7th 

Indiana and 1st West Virginia Volunteers, and Batteries E, 4th U. S., 
and A and L, 1st Ohio Artillerj-. 

James Island, S. 0. 

331. June 10th — Organizations not given ; from official reports. 

Monterey, Owen Co., Ky, 

332. Juno 11th — Captain Blood's Mounted Provost Guards and 13th Indiana 

Battery. 

Waddell's Farm, near Village OreeiJ, Ark. 

333. June 12th — Detachment of the 9th Illinois Cavalry. 

Old Church, Va. 

334. June 13th— 5th U. S. Cavalry. 

James Island, S. C. 

335. June 13th — Organizations not recorded. 

Tunstall Station, Va. 

336. June 14th — Confederates firing into a raih'oad train ; Union loss, 4 killed, 

8 wounded. 

Secessionville (or Fort Johnson), James Island, S. C. 

337. June 16th— 46th, 47th, and 79th New York, 3d Rhode Island, 3d New 

Hampshire, 45th, 97th, and 100th Pennsylvania, 6th and 7th Connecti- 
cut, 8th Michigan, and 2Sth Massachusetts Volunteers, 1st New York 
Engineers, 1st Connecticut, Batteries E, 3d TJ. S., and I, 3d Rhode Island 
Artillery, and Company H, 1st Massachusetts Cavalry. 

St. Charles, White River, Ark. 

338. June 17th — U. S. Gunboats Lexington, Mound City, Conestoga, and St. 

Louis, 43d and 46th Indiana Volunteers. 

Warrensburg, Mo. 

339. June 17th — 7th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Smithville, Ark. 

340. June 18th — Organizations not stated ; see Rebellion Record, Vol. V., page 29. 

Cumberland G-ap. 

341. June ISth — Occupied by Brig.-General G. W. Morgan's command. 



104 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Tallahatchie, Fla. 

342. June ISth— From Rebellion Hecord. Vol. V., page 29. 

Williamsburg Road, Va. 

343. June ISth — Kith Massachusetts Volunteers. 

Battle Creek, Tenn. ^ 

344. June 21st— 2d and 38d Ohio, 10th Wisconsin, and 24th Illinois Volunteers, 

4th Ohio and 4th Kentucky Cavalry, and Edgarton's Battery. 
Raceland, near Algiers, La. 

345. June 22d — 8th Vermont Volunteers. 

Raytown, Mo. 

346. June 23d— 7th Missouri Cavalry. 

Oak Grove (or King's School House, or The Orchards), Va. 

347. June 2.5lh — Hooker's and Kearney's Divisions of the 3d, and Palmer's Bri- 

gade of Couch's Division of the 4th, and part of Richardson's Division 
of the 2d Corps. 

Germantown, Tenn. 

348. June 25th — 56th Ohio Volunteers ; guarding a railroad train at the time. 

Little Red River, Ark. 

349. June 25th— 4th Iowa Cavalry. 

Vicksburg, Miss. 

350. June 26th, 27th, 28th, and 29th— U. S. Fleet, commanded by Commodore 

D. G. Farragut. 

Seven Days' Retreat. 

351. June 26th to July 1st— 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th, and Cavalry Corps, and En- 

gineers, Army of the Potomac, Maj. -General Geo. B. McClellan com- 
manding ; this retreat comprises the following battles : 

1st — Mechanicsville (or Ellison's Mills), Va. 

352. June 26th — 5th Army Corps, and McCall's Division of the 1st Corps, Army 

of the Potomac. 

2d.— Gaines' Mill (or Cold Harbor, or Chickahominy), Va. 

353. June 27th and 28th— 5th Corps, Army of the Potomac, re-enforced by Meagh- 

er's and French's Brigades, Ist Division, 2d Corps. 

3d.— Savage's Station, Va. 

354. June 29th— 2d and Sixth Corps, Army of Potomac, commanded by Generals 

Suumer and Franklin. 

4th.— Peach Orchard (or Allen's Farm), Va. 

355. June 29th — Richardson's and Sedgwick's Divisions of the 2d Corps, Ai-my of 

the Potomac. 

5th — 'White Oak Swamp (or Glendale, Charles City Cross Roads, Nelson's 

Farm, Frazier's Farm, Turkey Bend, New Market Cross Roads), Va. 
350. June 30th— 2d, Sumner's; 3d, Heintzelman's ; 4th, Keycs' ; 5th, Porter's; 
6th, Franklin's; and McCalPs Division of the 1st Corps, Army of the Po- 
tomac. 

6th Malvern Hill (or Crew's Farm), Va. 

357. July 1st— 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, and 6th Corps, Army of the Potomac, 



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1862.] Williamsbridge, Amite River, La. 

358. June 27th — 21st Indiana Volunteers. 

Swift Creek Bridge, N. 0. 

359. June 27th — See Rebellion Record, Vol. V., page 33. 

Village Creek (or Stewart's Plantation), Ark. 
3G0. June 27th— 9th Illinois Cavalry. 

Waddell's Farm, Ark. 
361. June 27th — Detachment of 3d Iowa Cavalry, guarding wagon train. 

Golding's Farm, Va. 
SG2. June 28th— 23d and 49th New York Volunteers and 3d New York Battery. 

Willis Church, Va. 

363. June 29th — Cavalry advance of Casey's Division, 4th Corps. 

Luraf, Va. 

364. June 30th — Detachment of Cavalry of Brig.- General Crawford's command. 

Booneville, Miss. 

365. July 1st — 2d Iowa and 2d Michigan Cavalry 

Morning Sun, Tenn. 

366. July 1st— 57th Ohio Volunteers. 

Russellville, Tenn. 

367. July 1st— 1st Ohio Cavalry. 

Milford, Va. 

368. July 2d— 1st Maine Cavalry. 

Haxals (or Evlington Heights), Va. 

369. July 3d— 14th Indiana, 7th West Virginia, 4th and 8th Ohio Volunteers. 

Grand Haze, White River, Ark. 

370. July 4th— 13th Illinois Cavalry. 

Sperryville, Va. 

371. July 5th — 1st Maine Cavalry. 

Grand Prairie, near Aberdeen, Ark. 

372. July 6th — 24th Indiana Volunteers. 

Bayou Cache (or Cotton Plant, Round Hill, Bayou de View, and Hill's 
Plantation), Ark. 

373. July 7th — 11th Wisconsin, 3od Illinois, and 8th Indiana Volunteers, 1st Mis- 

souri Light Artillery, 1st Indiana, 5th and 13th Illinois Cavalry. 

Black River, Mo, 

374. July 8th — 5th Kansas Cavalry. 

Lotspeach Farm, Mo. 

375. July 8th— One company 1st Iowa Cavalry. 

Clinton, Mo. 

376. July 9th— Organization not recorded. 

Hamilton, N. C. 

377. July 9th— U. S. gunboats Perry, Ceres, and Shawseen, and 9th New York 

Volunteers. 

5* 



106 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Aberdeen, Ark. 
878. July 9th— 24th, 34th, 43d, and 46th Indiana Volunteers. 
Tompkinsville, Ky. 

379. July 9th — 3d Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Scatterville, Ark. 

380. July 10th— Detachment of 1st Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Williamsburg, Va. 

381. July 11th — Organizations not recorded. 

Pleasant Hill, Mo. 

382. July 11th— 1st Iowa Cavalry and Missouri Militia. 

New Hope, Ky. 

383. July 11th— 33d Ohio Vohmteers. 

Lebanon, Ky. 

384. July 12th— Lebanon Home Guards and 28th Kentucky Volunteers. 

Near Culpeper, Va. 

385. July 12th— 1st Maryland, 1st Vermont, 1st West Virginia, and 5th New York 

Cavalry. 

Fairfax (near Rapidan R.R. Bridge), Va. 

386. July 13th— 1st Maryland Cavalry. 

Murfreesboro', Tenn. 

387. July 13th— 9th Michigan and 3d Pennsylvania Volunteers, 4th Kentucky and 

7th Pennsylvania Cavalry, and 1st Kentucky Battery. 

Batesville, Ark. 

388. July 14th— 4th Iowa Cavalry. 

Attempt to Destroy the Rebel Ram Arkansas. 

389. July 15th— Carondelet, Queen of the West, Tyler, r.nd Essex, and 4th Wis- 

consin Volunteers. 

Apache Pass, A. T. 

390. July 15th— 2d California Cavalry. 

Fayetteville, Ark. 

391. July 15th— Union troops, commanded by Major W. H. Miller, 2d Wisconsin 

Cavalry. 

Near Decatur, Tenn. 

392. July 15th— Detachment of 1st Ohio Cavalry. 

Cynthiana, Ky. 

393. July 17th— 18th Kentucky Vohinteers, Cynthiana, Newport, Cincinnati, and 

Bracken County Home Guards, and 7th Kentucky Cavalry ; Morgan's 
raid. 

Memphis, Mo. 

394. July 18th— 2d Missouri Cavalry, and 9th and 11th Missouri S. M. 

Guerilla Campaign in Missouri. 

395. July 20th to September 20th— Includes all the engagements with Porter's 

and Pointdexter's Guerillas by Maj. -General Schofield's command. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 107 

1862. ] Turkey Island Bridge, Va. 

396. July 20th — 8th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Pittman's Ferry, Ark. 

397. July 20th— 13th Illinois Cavalry. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

398. July 21st— 2d Kentucky Volunteers. 

Florida (or Bole's Farm), Mo. 

399. July 23d— Two companies 3d Iowa Cavalry. 

North Anna River, Va. 

400. July 23d— 2d New York and 3d Indiana Cavalry. 

Columbus, Mo. 

401. July 23d— 7th Missouri Cavalry. 

Coldwater, Miss. 

402. July 24th — Organizations not stated. 

Trinity, Ala. 

4C3. July 24th— Company E, 31st Ohio Volunteers. 

Bott's Farm, Monroe Co., Mo. 

404. July 24th— 3d Iowa Cavalry. 

Santa Fe, Mo. 

405. July 24th and 25th— 3d Iowa Cavalry. 

Brownsville, Hatchie River, Tenn. 

406. July 25th — Cavalry commanded by Major Wallace. 

Orange Court House, Va. 

407. July 25th — Reconnoitring expedition from General Gibson's Division. 

Courtland Bridge, Ala. 
40S. July 25th — Two companies each of Kentucky Volunteers and 1st Ohio 
Cavalry. 

Mountain Store and Big Piney, Mo. 

409. July 25th and 26th — Three companies 3d Missouri Cavalry, and Battery L, 2d 

Missouri Artillery. 

Patten, Mo. 

410. July 26fch— Missouri Militia. 

Young's Crossroads, N. C. 

411. July 26th — 9th New Jersey Volunteers and 3d New York Cavalry. 

G-reenville, Mo. 

412. July 26th— 3d and 12th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Buchannon, West Va. 

413. July 26th— See " Ohio in the War," Vol. II., page 487. 

Brown Springs, Mo. 

414. July 27th— 2d Iowa Cavalry. 

Bayou Bernard, Cherokee Nation. 

415. July 28th — 1st, 2d, and 3d Kansas Indian Home Guards, and 1st Kansas Bat- 

tery. 



108 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Moore's Mills, Fulton Co., Mo. 

416. July 28th — 3d Iowa Cavalry, 2d Missouri Cavalry, 9th Missouri Volunteers, 

and 3d Indiana Battery, 

Mount Sterling, Ky. 

417. July 29th— ISth Kentucky and Home Guard.s. 

Bollinger's Mills, Mo. 

418. July 2yth — Two companies of the 1.3th Missouri Volunteers. 

Russellville, Ky. 

419. July 29th — Itussellville Home Guards and 70th Indiana Volunteers. 

Brownsville, Tenn. 
430. July 29th — One company of the 15 ih Illinois Cavalry. 
Paris, Ky. 

421. July SOth— 9th Pennsylvania Cav:ilry. 

Coggin's Point, opposite Harrison's Landing, Va. 

422. July 31st— Gunboat fleet. 

Newark, Mo. 

423. August 1st— 73 men of the 11th Missouri State Militia. 

Ozark (or Forsyth), Mo. 

424. August 2d— 14th Missouri Militia. 

Orange Court House, Va. 

425. August 2d — 5th New York Cavalry and 1st Vermont Cavalry. 

Clear Creek (or Taberville), Mo. 

426. August 2d — Four companies 1st Iowa Cavalry. 

Coahoma County, Miss. 

427. August 2d— 11th Wisconsin Volunteers. 

Austin, Tunica Co., Miss. 

428. August 2d— 8th Indiana Volunteers. 

Sycamore Church (near Petersburg), Va. 

429. August 3d — 5th U. S. and 3d Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Chariton Bridge, Dodge Co., Mo. 

430. August 3d — 6th Missouri Cavalry. 

Jonesboro', Ark. 

431. August 3d — 1st Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Languelle Ferry, Ark. 

432. August 3d — 1st Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Sparta, Tenn. 

433. August 4th— Detachments of the 4th Kentucky and 7th Indiana Cavalry. 

White Oak Swamp Bridge, Va. 

434. August 4th — 3d Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Baton Rouge, La. 

435. August 5th— 14th Maine, 6th Michigan, 7th Vermont, 21st Indiana, 30th 

Massachusetts, 9th Connecticut, and 4th Wisconsin Volunteers, 2d, 4th 
and 0th Massachusetts Batteries, Brig.-Geueral Thomas Williams com- 
manding. 



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1863.] Malvern Hill, Va. 

436. August .5th — Portion of Hooker's Division, 3d Corps, and Richardson's Di- 

vision, 2d Corps, and Cavalry, Army of the Potomac. 

Montavallo (or Church in the Woods), Mo. 

437. August 6th — 3d Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Beech Creek, Va. 

438. August 6th— 4th West Virginia Volunteers. 

Kirksville, Adair Co., Mo. 

439. August 6th — Missouri Militia. 

Matapony (or Thornburg), Va. 

440. August 6th — Portion of King's Division, commanded by Colonel Cutler. 

Tazewell, Tenn. 

441. August 6th— 16th and 42d Ohio, and 14th and 22d Kentucky Volunteers, and 

4tLi Wisconsin Battery. 

Fort Fillmore, New Mexico. 

442. August ?th — California troops, commanded by General Canby. 

Trenton, Tenn. 

443. August 7th— 2d Illinois Cavalry. 

Panther Creek, Mo. 

444. August 8th — 1st Missouri Militia Cavah-y. 

Stockton, Mo. 

445. August 9th — Colonel McNiel's command of Missouri State Militia. 

Cedar Mountain (or Slaughter Mountain, Southwest Mountain, Cedar 
Run, and Mitchell's Station), Va. 

446. August 9th— 2(1 Corps, Maj.- General N. P. Banks, and 3d Corps, Maj.- 

General I. McDowell, Army of Virginia, Maj. -General John Pope com- 
manding. 

Nueces River, Tex. 

447. August 10th— Texas Loyalists. 

Grand River, Mo. 

448. August 10th to 13th— Includes Lee's Ford, Chariton River, Walnut Creek, 

Compton Ferry, Switzler's Mills, and Yellow Creek. 9th Missouri Mil- 
itia, commanded by Colin Odin Guitar. 

Taberville, Ark. 

449. August 11th — 1st Missouri and 3d Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Independence, Mo. 

4.50. August 11th — 7th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 
Salisbury, Tenn. 

451. August 11th — 11th Illinois Cavalry. 

Williamsport, Tenn. 

452. August 11th — Troops of Brig. -General Jas. S. Negley's command. 

Wyoming Court House, West Va. 

453. August Detachment of the 37th Ohio Volunteers. 



110 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Kinderhook, Tenn. 

454. August 11th — Detachments of the M Kentucky and Ist Tennessee Cavalry. 

Helena, Ark. 

455. August 11th to 14th — 2d Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Gallatin, Tenn. 

456. August 12th — 2d Indiana, 4th and 5th Kentucky, and 6th Pennsylvania 

Cavalry ; Rebels capture the post ; John H. Morgan's raid. 

457. August 1.3th — 69th Ohio and 11th Michigan Volunteers drive the rebels from 

the town, with slight loss. 

Clarendon, Ark. 

458. August 13th — Brig.-G^neral Hovey"s Division, 13th Corps. 

Merriweather's Ferry, Obion River, Tenn. 

459. August 15th— One company 2d Illinois Cavalry. 

Lone Jack, Mo. 

46U. August 16th — Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Capture of Rebel Steamer Fair Play, near Milliken's Bend, La. 

461. August ISth— 5Sth and 76th Ohio Volunteers. 

Red Wood, Minn. 

462. August 18th — One company 5th Minnesota Volunteers massacred by Indians. 

Clarksville, Tenn. 

463. August 19th — 71st Ohio Volunteers, commanded by Colonel Rodney Mason, 

who surrendered the post without an engagement. 

Rienzi, Miss. 

464. August 19ch — Organizations not recorded. 

White Oak Ridge, near Hickman, Ky. 

465. August 19th— 2d Illinois Cavalry. 

Brandy Station, Va. 

466. August 20th — Cavalry of Army of Virginia. 

Edgefield Junction, Tenn, 
4GT. August 20th— Detachment of 50th Indiana Volunteers. 

Union Mills, Mo. 

468. August 20th — 1st Missouri and 13tii Illinois Cavalry, 

Fort Ridgely, Minn. 

469. August 20th and 22d — Companies B and C, 5th Minnesota Volunteers, and 

Renville Rangers ; fight with Indians, 

Kelley's Ford, Rappahannock River, Va. 

470. August 21st — Cavalry of the Army of Virginia. 

Pinckney Island, S. C. 

471. August 21st— Organizations not recorded. 

Courtland, Tenn, 

472. August 22d-42d Illinois Volunteers. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. Ill 

1862.] Crab Orchard, Ky. 

473. August 22d — 9tli Pennsylvania Cavalry, 

Catlett's Station, Va. 

474. August 23d— Purnell Legion, Maryland ; and 1st Pennsylvania Rifles. 

Big Hill, Madison Co., Ky. 

475. August 23d — 7th Kentucky Cavalry and 3d Tennessee Volunteers. 
Skirmishes on the Rappahannock, at Waterloo Bridge, Lee Springs, Free- 
man's Ford, and Sulphur Springs, Va. 

476. August 23d to 25th— Army of Virginia, commanded by Maj. -General Pope, 

Dallas, Mo. 

477. August 24th— 12th Missouri S. M. Cavalry. 

Coon Creek (or Lamar), Mo. 

478. August 24th— Organizations not recorded ; oificial. 

Fort Donelson, Tenn. 

479. August 25th — 71st Ohio Volunteers and 5th Iowa Cavalry. 

Bloomfield, Mo. 

480. August 25th— 13th Illinois Cavalry, 

New Ulm, Minn. 

481. August 25th and 26th — Indian fight ; organizations not recorded. 

Cumberland Iron Works, Tenn. 

482. August 26th— 71st Ohio Volunteers and 5th Iowa Cavalry. 

Madisonville, Ky. 

483. August 26th— Cavalry by Lieut. -Colonel Porter, 

Rienzi and Kossuth, Miss. 

484. August 26th — 2d Iowa and 7th Kansas Cavalry. 

Danville, Ky, 

485. August 26th — Harrodsburg and Danville, Ky., Home Guards. 

Bull Run Bridge, Va, 

486. August 27th— 11th and 12th Ohio, and 1st, 2d, 3d, and 4th New Jersey Vol- 

unteers. 

Kettle Run, Va. 

487. August 27th— Maj. -General Hooker's Division, 3d Corps, Army of the Poto- 

mac, 

Fort MoOook, near Bridgeport, Ala. 

488. August 27th— 33d Ohio Volunteers and detachment of Cavalry. 

Readyville, Round Hill, Tenn. 

489. August 28th— 10th Brigade, Army of the Ohio, commanded by Colonel W. 

Grose, 

Howard County, Mo. 

490. August 28th— 4th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Shady Springs, Va. 

491. August 2Sth— 2d West Virginia Cavalry. 



112 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

G-roveton and G-ainesville, Va. 
49i. August 28th and 29th— 1st Corps, Maj. -General F. Sigel, and 3d Corps, Maj. 
G-eneral I. McDowell, Army of Virginia, Hoolfer's and Kearney's Divi- 
sions of the 8d Corps, and Reynolds' Division of the 1st Corps, and 9th 
Corps, Maj. -General Reno, Army of the Potomac. 

Manchester, Tenn. 

493. August 29th — Two companies of 18th Ohio and one company of the 9th 

Michigan Volunteers. 

Bull Run, 2d (or Manassas), Va. 

494. August 30th — 1st Corps, Maj. -General F. Sigel, and 3d Corps, Maj. -General 

J. McDowell, Army of Virginia, Hooker's and Kearney's Divisions, 3d 
Corps, Porter's 5th Corps, and Reynolds' Division, 1st Corps, Army of the 
Potomac, and 9th Corps, Maj. -General Reno. 

Bolivar, Tenn. 

495. August 30th— 2d and 11th Illinois Cavalry, 9th Indiana Artillery, and 20th 

and 78th Ohio Volunteers. 

McMinnville (or Little Pond), Tenn. 

496. August 30th — 26th Ohio, 17th and 5Sth Indiana Volunteers, and 8th Indiana 

Battery. 

Richmond, Ky. 

497. August Both— 6th and 7th Kentucky Cavalry, 95th Ohio, 18th Kentucky, 

12th, 16th, 55th, 66th, (59th, and 71st Indiana Volunteers, and Batteries 
D and G, Michigan Artillery. 

Weston, West Va. 

498. August 31st — Two companies 6th West Virginia Volunteers. 

Medon (or Toon's Station, Miss. O. R. R.), Tenn. 

499. August 31st — 45th Illinois and 7th Missouri Volunteers. 

Stevenson, Ala. 

500. August 31st — Organizations not recorded. 

Yate's Ford, Ky. 

501. August 31st— 94th Ohio Volunteers. 

Chantilly (or Oxhill), Va. 

502. September 1st— McDowell's Corps, Army of Virginia, Hooker's and Kear- 

ney's Divisions, 3d Corps, Army of the Potomac, and Reno's Corps. 

Briton's Lane, near Denmark, Tenn. 

503. September 1st— 20th and 30th Illinois Volunteers, Battery A, 2d Illinois Ar- 

tillery, 4th Illinois Cavalry, and Foster's company of Ohio Cavalry. 

Morgansville, Ky. 

504. September 2d — A force of Union troops, commanded by Colonel Schackleford, 

8th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Plymouth, N. O. 

505. September 2d— Company F, 9th New York, and 1st North Carolina Volun- 

teers. 

Vienna, Va, 

506. September 2d — 1st Minnesota Volunteers. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC, 113 

1862.] Birch Coolie (or Acton), Minn. 

507. September 2d and 3d— Indian fight. 

Hutchinson, Minn. 

508. September .3d and 4th — Fight with Indians. 

Fort Abercrombie, Dakota Ter, 

509. September 3d to 6th— Fight with Indians. 

Slaughterville, Ky. 

510. September 3d — Lieut. -Colonel Foster's Cavalry. 

Geiger Lake, Ky. 

511. September 3d — 8th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Big Creek Gap, Tenn. 

512. September 4th — Detachment of the 6th Tennessee Volunteers. 

Cacapon Bridge, Va. 

513. September 6th — 1st New York Cavalry. 

Martinsburg, Va, 

514. September 6th — Report of Brig.-Gcneral Julius White, 

Washington, N. 0. 

515. September 6th — 1st North Carolina and 24th Massachusetts Volunteers, and 

3d New York Cavalry, 

La Grange, Ark. 

516. September 6th — 1st Missouri Cavalry. 

Poolesville, Md. 

517. September 7th — 3d Indiana and 8th Illinois Cavalry, 

Olarksville (or Rickettshill), Tenn. 

518. September 7th— 11th Illinois, 13th Wisconsin, and 71st Ohio Volunteers, 5th 

Iowa Cavalry, and two batteries. 

Columbia, Tenn. 

519. September 9th— 42d Illinois Volunteers. 

Nolansville, Md. 

520. September 9th — 3d Indiana and 8th Illinois Cavalry. 

Williamsburg, Va. 

521. September 9th — 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Des Allemands, La. 

522. September 9th — 21st Indiana and 4th Wisconsin Volunteers. 

Cold Water (or Cochran's Cross Roads), Miss. 

523. September 10th — Cavalry, commanded by Colonel G-rierson, 6th Illinois 

Cavalry. 

Sugar Loaf Mountain, Md. 

524. September 10th— 6th U. S. Cavalry. 

Fayetteville, West Va. 

525. September 10th— 34th and 37th Ohio and 4th West Virginia Volunteers. 

Cotton Hill, West Va. 
520, September 11th — 34th and 37th Ohio and 4th West Virginia Volunteers. 



114 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Bloomfield, Mo. 

527. September 11th to 13th— Battery E, 2d Missouri Artillery, 13th Illinois Vol- 

unteers, 1st Wisconsin Cavalry, and Missouri Militia. 

Charlestown, near Elk River, West Va. 

528. September 12th— 34th Ohio and 4th West Virginia Volunteers. 

Frederick, Md. 

529. September 12th — Advance of the Army of the Potomac. 

Harper's Ferry, Va. 

530. September 12th to 15th— 12th New York State MiUtia, 39th, 111th, 115th, 125th, 

and 126th New York, 32d, 60th and 87th, Ohio, 9th Vermont, 65th Illinois, 
1st and 3d Maryland (Home Brigade), and 15th Indiana Volunteers, 
Phillip's Battery, 5th New York, Graham's, Pott's, and Rigby's Batteries, 
and 8th New York, 12th Illinois, and 1st Maryland Cavalry. 

Newtonia, Mo. 

531. September 13th— 3d and 6th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Ponchatoula, La. 

532. September 14th — I2th Maine, 26th Massachusetts, and 13th Connecticut Vol- 

unteers. 

Turner's and Crampton's G-ap, South Mountain, Md. 

533. September 14th — 9th Corps, Maj. -General J. L. Reno, 1st Corps, Maj. -General 

J. Hooker, and 6th Corps, Maj. -General W. B. Franklin, Aimy of the 
Potomac, Maj. -General G. B. McClellan commanding. 

Mumfordsville, Ky. 

534. September 14th to 16th— 18th U. S. Infantry, 28th and S3d Kentucky, 17th, 

50th, 60th, 67tii, 68th, 74th, 78th, and 89th Indiana Volunteers, and 
Conkle's Battery, 13th Indiana Artillery, and Louisville Provost Guard. 

Shelburne, Mo. 
5.35. September 15th — Missouri Militia. 

Boonsboro', Md. 
.536. September 15th — Cavalry, Army of Potomac. 

Durhamville, Tenn. 
537. September 17th — Detachment of the 52d Indiana Volunteers. 

Florence, Ky. 
5;jS. September 17th — Detachment of the 10th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Goose Creek and Leesburg Road, Va. 

539. September 17th — Rcconnoissance of Kilpatrick's Cavalry Brigade. 

Antietam (also Sharpsburg), Md. 

540. September 17th— 1st Corps, Maj. -General J. Hooker, 2d Corps, Maj. -General 

E. V. Sumner, 5tli Corps, Maj. -General Fitz John Porter, 6th Corps, 
Maj.-General W. B. Franklin, 9th Corps, Maj. -General A. E. Burnside, 
12th Corps, Maj.-General Williams, Couch's Division, 4th Corps, and 
Pleasonton's Division of Cavalry, Army of the Potomac, commanded by 
Maj.-General G. B. McClellan. 

Hickory G-rove, Mo. 

541. September 19th— 6th Kansas Cavalry. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 115 

1863.] Owensburg, Ky. 

542. September 19th and 20th— 14th Kentucky Cavalry and Spencer (Indiana) 

County Home Guards. 

I-u-k-a, Miss. 

543. September 19th auu 20th — Stanley's and Hamilton's Divisions, Army of the 

Mississippi, Maj. -General W. S. Rosecrans commanding. 

Blackford's Ford, Sheppardstown, Va. 

544. September 20th— Griffin's and Barnes' Brigades, 5th Corps. 

Shirley's Ford, Spring River, Mo. 

545. September 20th — 2d Kansas Indian Home Guards. 

Helena, Ark. 

546. September 20th— 4th Iowa Cavalry. 

Williamsport, Md. 

547. September 20th — Couch's Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Prentis and Bolivar, Miss. 

548. September 20th— U. S. Ram, Queen of the West, with transports and 33d Il- 

linois. 

Cassville, Mo. 

549. September 21st — 1st Arkansas Cavalry. 

Mumfordsville, Ky. 

550. September 21st — Cavalry commanded by Major Foster, 3d Ohio Cavalry. 

Shepherdsville, Ky. 

551. September 21st — Colonel Granger's command. 

Sturgeon, Mo. 

552. September 22d— Major Hunt's command. 

Ashby's Gap, Va. 

553. September 22d — 2d Pennsylvania and 1st West Virginia Cavalry. 

Yellow Medicine (also Wood Lake), Minn. 

554. September 23d — 3d, 6th, and 7th Minnesota Volunteers, and Renville Guards, 

Wolf Creek Bridge, near Memphis, Miss. 

555. September 23d— 57th Ohio Volunteers. 

Sutton, Va. 

556. September 23d— 10th West Virginia. 

Warrenton Junction, Va. 

557. September 26th — Cavalry commanded by Colonel McLean. 

Cambridge, Mo. 

558. September 26th — 9th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Buffalo, West Va. 

559. September 27th— 34th Ohio. 

Augusta, Ky. 

560. September 27th— Kentucky Home Guards. 

Blackwater, Va. 

561. September 28th— 1st New York Mounted Rifles. 



116 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Newtonia, Mo. 

562. September 30th — 1st Brigade, Army of Kansas, and 4th Brigade Missouri 

State Militia. 

Russellville, Ky. 

563. September 30th — Union troops, commanded by Colonel Harrison, 17th Ken- 

tucky. 

Floyd's Fork, Ky. 

564. October 1st— 4th Indiana Cavalry, 34th Illinois, and 77th Pennsylvania Vol- 

unteers, of the Army of the Ohio. 

Gallatin, Tenn. 

565. October 1st — 1st Tennessee Cavalry, commanded by Colonel Stokes. 

Shepherdstown, Va. 

506. October 1st — 8th Illinois, 8th Pennsylvania, and 3d Indiana Cavalry, and 
Pennington's Battery. 

Olive Hill, Ky. 

567. October 2d— Carter County Honae Guards. 

Mount Washington, Ky. 

568. October 2d— Advance of the Army of the Ohio. 

Baldwin, Miss. 
559. October 2d — Cavalry of the Army of the Mississippi. 

Reconnoissance to Franklin, on the Blackwater, Va. 

570. October 3d — Union gunboats, commanded by Captain Flusser, and troopa 

commanded by General Spear. 

Corinth, Miss. 

571. October 3d and 4th — McKean's, Davies', Hamilton's, and Stanley's Divisions, 

Army of the Mississippi, Maj .-General W. S. Rosecrans commanding. 

Bardstown, Ky. 

572. October 4th — Advance of the Army of the Ohio. 

Big Hatchie River (or Metamora), Miss. 

573. October 5th— Hurlbufs and Ord's Divisions, Army of the Mississippi, Maj. ^ 

General Ord commanding. 

Glasgow, Ky. 

574. October 5th — 20th Kentucky Volunteers. 

Madisonville, Ky. 

575. October 5th — 4th Indiana Cavalry. 

Charleston, Va. 

576. October 6th— 6th U. S. Cavalry. 

Liberty and Sibley's Landing, Mo. 

577. October 6th— 5th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Springfield to near Texas, Ky. 

578. October 6th — Advance of 3d Corps, Army of the Ohio. 

La Vergne, Tenn. 

579. October 7th— Palmer's Brigade. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 117 

1862.] Perryville (or Chaplin Hill), Ky. 

580. October 8th— 1st Corps, Maj. -General A. McD. McCook, and 3d Corps, Brig.- 

General C. C. Gilbert, Army of the Ohio, commanded by Maj, -General 
D. C. Buell. 

Lawrenceburg (also called Dog Walk), Ky. 

581. October 9th— 15th and 19th U. S. Infantry, 1st and 49th Ohio Volunteers, 

Battery H, 5th U. S. Artillery, and 9th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Aldie, Va. 

582. October 9th — Detachment of Cavalry from Maj.-Genei"al Sigel's command. 

Harrodsburg, Ky. 

583. October 10th — Union troops commanded by Lieut. -Colonel Boyle, 9th Ken- 

tucky Cavalry. 

Upper Missouri River. 

584. October 10th— Indian fight. 

La Grange (near Helena), Ark. 

585. October 11th — Detachment of the 4th Iowa Cavalry. 

Cape Fear River, N. O. 

586. October 11th — U. S. gunboat Maratanza. 

Mouth of Monocacy, Md. 

587. October 11th — 3d and 4th Maine Volunteers. 

Stanford (or Lancaster), Ky. 

588. October 14th— Advance of the Army of the Ohio. 

Hazel Bottom, Mo. 

5S9. October 14th — Organization not reported. 

Apalachicola River, Fla. 

590. October 15th— Naval expedition. 

Carsville, Va. 

591 . October 15th — One company of the 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Charleston, Va. 

592. October 16th — Reconnoissance of the Army of the Potomac. 

Lexington, Ky. 

593. October 17th— Detachments of the 3d and 4th Ohio Cavalry. 

Thoroughfare G-ap, Va. 

594. October 17th— Detachment of Cavalry from General StabeVs command. 

Helena, Ark. 

595. October 18th— Detachment of the 43d Indiana Volunteers. 

Haymarket, Va. 

596. October 18th— Detachment of the 6Lh Ohio Cavalry. 

Near Nashville, Tenn. 

597. October 20th — Union troops, commanded by Colonel Miller. 

Anxvois River, Mo. 

598. October 2Cth— 10th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 



118 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Marshfield, Mo. ) 

599. October 20th— 10th Illinois Cavalry. 

Lovettsville, Loudon Co., Va. 
GOO. October 21st — Detachment of General Geary's Brigade. 

Woodville, Tenn. 

601. October 21st— 2d Illinois Cavalry. 

Fort Cobb, Indian Ter. 

602. October 21st— Loyal Indians. 

Old Fort Wa3Tie (or Maysville), Ark. 

603. October 22d — 1st Division, Army of the Frontier. 

Hedgeville, Va. 

604. October 22d— 4th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Pocotaligo (or Yemassee), S. O. 

605. October 22d— 47th, 55th, and 7(Jth Pennsylvania, 48th New York, 6th and 

7th Connecticut, 3d and 4th New Hampshire, and 3d Rhode Island Vol- 
unteers, 1st New York Engineers, 1st Massachusetts Cavalry, and Bat- 
teries D and M, 1st, and E, 3d U. S. Artillery. 

Waverly, Tenn. 

G06. October 23d— 83d lUinois Volunteers. 

Shelby Depot, Tenn. 

607. October 23d — Reconnoitring party, commanded by Colonel D. Stuart, 55th 

Illinois Volunteers. 

Point Lick and Big Hill Road, Ky. 

608. October 23d — Cavalry commanded by Colonel E. McOook. 

Manassas Junction, Va. 

609. October 24th — Organizations not recorded. 

Catlett's Station, Va. 

610. October 24th— Detachment of 3d West Virginia Cavalry. 

Grand Prairie, Mo. 

611. October 24th — Two battalions Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Blackwater, Va. 

612. October 24th— 1st New York Mounted Rifles, 39th Illinois, and 62d Ohio 

Volunteers, and other troops, commanded by Brig.-General Terry. 

Morgantown, Ky. 

613. October 24th — Organization not recorded. 

Pittman's Ferry. Mo. 

614. October 27th— 23d Iowa and 24th and 25th Missouri Volunteers, 1st Missouri 

Militia, and 12th Missouri Cavalry. 

Labadiesville (or Thibodeauijville, or Georgia Landing), La. 

615. October 27th— 8th New Hampshire, 12th and 13th Connecticut, and 75th 

New York Volunteers, l.st Louisiana Cavalry, and 1st Maine Battery, 
commanded by Brig.-General G. Weitzel. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 119 

1862.] Cross Hollows (or Oxford Bend), Fayetteville, Ark. 

616. October 28th — One Division of the Army of the frontier, commanded by Brig.- 

General Herrou'. 

Clarkson, Mo. 

617. October 28th— Detachments commanded by Captain Rodgers, 2d Illinois Ar- 

tillery. 

Williamsburg, Ky. 

618. October 28th— 7th Kentucky Volunteers. 

Butler and Osage (or Island Mounds), Mo. 

619. October 29th— 1st Kansas Colored Troops (79th U. S. C. Troops). 

Aldie, Va. 

620. October Slst— 1st New Jersey and 2d New York Cavalry, of General Bayard's 

Cavalry Brigade, Army of the Potomac. 

Franklin, Va. 

621. October 31st— Organizations not given. 

Philomont, Va. 

622. November 1 st — Cavalry of the Army of the Potomac, commanded by General 

Pleasonton. 

Snicker's Gap, Va. 

623. November 2d— Batteries of the Second Corps of the Army of the Potomac. 

Bloomfield and Union, Loudoun Co., Va. 

624. November 2d and 3d — Cavalry advance of the Army of the Potomac. 

Upperville, Va, 

625. November 3d — Cavalry advance of the Army of the Potomac. 

Rawles' Mills (also Little Creek), Williamston, N. O. 

626. November 3d — 24th and 44th Massachusetts, and 9ch New Jersey Volunteers, 

and New York and Maine Batteries. 

Bayou Teche, fourteen miles from Brashear City, La. 

627. November 3d — Union Gunboats Kinsman, Estrella, St. Mary, Calhoun, and 

Diana, and 21bt Indiana Volunteers. 

Harrisonville, Cass Co., Mo. 

628. November 3d — 5th and 6th Missouri Cavalry. 

Lamar, Mo. 

629. November 5th — 8th Missouri and 8th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Manassas G-ap, Va. 

630. November 5th — Cavalry Brigade, commanded by General AveriU, advance 

of Army of Potomac. 

Barbee's Crossroads and Chester Gap (also Markham), Va. 

631. November 5th — Cavalry Brigade, Army of the Potomac, General Pleasonton 

in command. 

New Baltimore, Salem, and Thoroughfare Gap, Va. 

632. November 5th— Cavalry Brigade, Army of the Potomac, commanded by 

General Bayard. 



120 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

G-reenville Road, Ky. 
633. November 5th— 8th Kentucky Cavahy. 

Nashville, Tenn. 
6.34. November 5th— 16th and 51st Illinois, 69th Ohio, 14th Michigan and 78th 
Pennsylvania Volunteers, and 5th Tennessee and 7th Pennsylvania Cav- 
ahy. 

Leatherwood, Ky. 
635. November 6th — Captain Ambrose PovvelFs command. 

Garrettsburg, Ky. 

630. November 6th— 8th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Rhea's Mills, Ark. 

637. November 7th— 3d Arkansas Indian Home Guard. 

Big Beaver Creek, Mo. 

638. November 7th — 10th Illinois and two companies Missouri Militia Company. 

Mariana (also La Grange), Ark. 

639. November 7th— 3d and 4th Iowa and 9th Illinois Cavalry. 

Rappahannock Bridge, Va. 

640. November 8th — Cavalry Brigade, Army of the Potomac, General Bayard 

commanding. 

Hudsonville (or Cold Water), Miss. 

641. November 8th — 7th Kansas and 2d Iowa Cavalry. 

Fredericksburg, Va. 

642. November 9th— 1st Indiana Cavalry. 

Moorefield (or South Fork, Potonaac), Va. 

643. November 9th — 1st New York Ringgold and Washington Cavalry, and 23d 

Illinois Volunteers. 

Perry County, near Kentucky River, Ky. 

644. November 9th— 14th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Huntsville, Tenn. 

645. November 11th — Tennessee Home Guards. 

Newbern (or Bachelor's Creek), N. C. 

646. November 11th— Organizations not stated. 

Lebanon (or La Grange), Tenn. 

647. November 11th — 1st Kentucky and 4th Michigan Cavalry. 

Lamar and Holly Springs, Miss. 

648. November 12th— 2d Illinois, 3d Michigan, 2d Iowa, and 7th Kansas Cavalry. 

Fayetteville and White Sulphur Springs (also Little Washington), Va. 

649. November 15th— 1st and 2d Brigades, Sturgis' Division, 9Lh Corps and Cav- 

alry, Army of the Potomac. 

Gloucester, Va, 

650. November 17th — 104th Pennsylvania Volunteers. 

Cove Creek, N. C. 

651. November 18th— 3d New York Cavalry. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 121 

1862.] Rural Hills, Tenn 

(J52. November 18th— 8th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Bayou Bontecar, near Fort Pike, La. 

C53. November 21st— 31st Massachusetts Volunteers. 

Beaver Creek. Texas Co., Mo. 
C.54. November 24th— 3d Missouri Cavalry and 21st Iowa "Volunteers. 

Camp Babcock, Ark. 

655. November 25th— 3d Kansas Indian Home Guards. 

Crawford County, Mo. 

656. November 25th— Missouri Enrolled Militia. 

Cold Knob Mountains (or Sinking Creek, or Frankfort), Va. 

657. November 26th— 2d West Virginia Cavalry. 

Summerville, Miss. 

658. November 26th— 7th Illinois Cavalry. 

Carthage, Ark. 

659. November 27th— 2d Kansas Cavalry. 

Scrougesville and La Vergne, Tenn. 

660. November 27th— 5th Brigade, Sill's Division, Army of the Ohio. 

Cane Hill, Boston Mountains, and Boonsboro', Ark. 

661. November 28th— 1st Division, Army of the Frontier, commanded by Brig.- 

General Jaa. G. Blunt. 

Little Bear Creek, Ala. 

662. Ncvember 2Sth -Portion of the 2d Division, 16th Corps. 

Hartwood Church, Va. 

663. November 28th — 3d Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Cold Water River, Miss. 

664. November 28th — 1st Indiana Cavalry. 

Waterford and Lumkin's Mills, Miss. 

665. November 2!)th and 30th — Advance Cavalry of General Grant's army. 

Reconnoissance to Snicker's Ferry and Berryville, Va. 

666. November .30th— 1st Cavalry Brigade, Stabel's Division. 

Charleston and Berryville, Va. 

667. December 1st — 2d Division, 12tii Corjts. 

Franklin, Va. 

668. December 2d— 11th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

King G-eorge Court House, Va. 

669. December 2d — 8th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Ozark, Mo. 

670. December 2d — 3d and 9th Missouri Cavalry. 

Oakland, Miss. 

671. December 3d — 1st Indiana Cavalry, 

XIII.— 6 



122 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Oxford, Miss. 
672. December 3d— 2d Cavalry Brigade, commanded by Col. Hatch 

Wireman's Shoals, Big Sandy River, Ky. 
C73. December 4th— 39th Kentucky Volunteers. 

Water Valley, Miss. 
GT4. December 4th— 1st and 2d Cavalry Brigades, Colonels Hatch and Lee 

Coffeeville, Miss. 
675. December 5th— 1st, 2d, and 3d Cavalry Brigades of General Granfs army, 
Colonels Hatch, Lee, and Mizner. 

Helena, Ark. 
676 December 5th— 3Cth Iowa and 2i)th Wisconsin Volunteers. 
Reed's Mountains, Ark. 

677. December 5th — 2d Kansas Cavalry. 

Lebanon, Tenn. 

678. December 6th— 93d Ohio Volunteers. 

Prairie G-rove (or Fayetteville and Illinois Creek), Ark. 

679. December 7th — 1st, 2d, and 3d Divisions of tlie Army of the Frontier, com- 

manded by Brig.-Generals J. G. Blunt and F. J. Herrow. 

Hartsville, Tenn. 

680. December 7th— 106th and IGSih Ohio, l()4th Illinois Volunteers, 2d Indiana 

and 11th Kentucky Cavalry, and 13th Indiana Battery. 

Dobbins Ferry ^or La Vergne), Tenn. 

681. December 9th — 35th Indiana, 51st Ohio, 8th and 21st Kentucky Volunteers, 

and 7th Indiana Battery. 

Brentville, Tenn. 

682. December 9th — 25th Illinois, 8th Kansas, and 81st Indiana Volunteers, and 

Sth \Yisconsin Battery. 

Little Bear Greek, Ala. 

683. December 12th — Troops commanded by Col. Sweeney, 52d Illinois Volun- 

teers. 

Zuni, near Blackwater, Va. 

684. December 12th— Brigade commanded by General TeiTy. 

Trenton, N, C. 

685. December 12th — 3d New York Cavalry; advance of Maj. -General Foster's 

Troop. 

Franklin, Tenn. 

686. December 12th— Stanley's Cavalry Division, Army of the Cumberland. 

Foster's Expedition to Goldsboro', N. C. 

687. December 12th to 18th— Wessell's Brigade of Peck's Division, 1st, 2d, and 3d 

Brigades, 1st Division, Department of North Carolina. 
Fredericksburg, Va. 

688. December 13th— 2d Corps, Maj. -General Couch, and 9th Corps, Maj.-Gen- 

eral Wilcox, Right Grand Division, Maj. -General Sumner; 1st Corps, 
Maj. -General Reynolds, and 6th Corps, Maj.-General W. P. Smith, 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 123 

.1863.] Left Grand Division, Maj. -General Franklin ; 5th Corps, Maj. -Gene- 
ral Butterfield, and 3d Corps, Maj. -General Stoneman, Centre Grand 
Division, Maj. -General Hooker, Army of the Potomac, Maj. -General 
A. E. Burnside. 

South- West Creek, N. C. 

689. December 13th — 9th New Jersey and 85th Pennsylvania Volunteers, 3d New 

York Cavalry, and 3d New York Artillery, 

Kingston, N. 0. 

690. December 14th — Wessell's Brig;ide of Peck's Division, and 1st, 2d, and 3d 

Brigades, 1st Division, Department of North Carolina. 

Fort Brown Road, Texas. 

691. December 14th — Troops not given. 

Whitehall, N. O. 

692. December 16th— 9th New Jersey, 17th, 23d, 24th, and 45th Massachusetts 

Volunteers, 3d New York Cavalry, and 3<1 and 23d New York Batteries. 

Goldsboro', N. O 

693. December 17th— 9th New Jersey, 3d, 17th, 25th, 27th, and 43d Massachusetts 

Volunteers, 3d New York Cavalry, and 3d and 23d New York Batteries. 

Lexington, Tenn 

694. December 18th— 11th Illinois, 5th Ohio, and 2d Tennessee Cavalry. 

Jackson, or Salem Cemetery, Tenn. 

695. December 18th— 11th Illinois and 5th Ohio Cavalry ; 43d and 61st Illinois 

Volunteers. 

Occoquan, Dumfries, Va. 

696. December 19th — Wagon train Guard of the 12th Army Corps. 

Holly Springs, Miss. 

697. December 20th— 2d Illinois Cavalry surrendered by Colonel Murphy, 8th 
Wisconsin Volunteers. 

Trenton, Tenn. 

698. December 20th— Detachments 7th Tennessee Cavalry, 122d Illinois Volun- 

teers, and Convalescents captured by Forrest. 

Davis' Mills, Wolf River, Miss. 

699. December 21fat— 6 companies 25th Indiana Volunteers and 2 companies 5th 

Ohio Cavalry. 

Isle of Wight Court-house, Va. 

700. December 22d— Detachment 2d New York Mounted Rifles. 

Middleburg, Miss. Central R.R. 

701. December 24th — 115 men of the 12th Michigan Volunteers. 

G-lasgow, Ky. 

702. December 24th — 5 companies of the 2d Michigan Cavalry. 

Green's Chapel, Ky 

703. December 25th— Detachment of the 4th and 5th Indiana Cavalry. 

Bear Wallow, Ky. 

704. December 25th — 2 battalions of the 12th Kentucky Cavalry, 



124 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Bacon Creek, Ky. 

705. December 26th— Detachment of the 2d Michigan Cavalry. 

Nolensville (or Knob G-ap), Tenn. 

706. December 26th — 2d Brigade. 1st Division, McCook's Corps ; advance of the 

Right Wing, Army of the Cumberland. 

Elizabethtown, Ky. 

707. December 27th — 91st Illinois Volunteers ; post captured by Morgan. 

Dumfries, Va. 

708. December 27th— 5th, 7th, and 66th Ohio Volunteers, 6th Maine Battery, 12th 

Illinois and 1st Maryland Cavalry. 

Muldraugh's Hill, Ky. 

709. December 2Sth— 6th Indiana Cavalry. 

Suffolk, Va. 

710. December 28th — Reconnoitring force. 

Dripping Springs, near Van Buren, Ark. 

711. December 28th— Army of the Frontier. 

Elk Fork, Campbell Co., Tenn. 

71 2. December 28th— 6th and 10th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Occoquan, Va. 

713. December 28th— 2d and 17th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Clinton, La. 

714. December 28th — Troops not given. 

Chickasaw Bayou, Vicksburg, Miss, 

715. December 28th and 29th— Brig. -Generals G. W. Morgan's, Frederick Steel's, 

Morgan L. Smith's, and A. J. Smith's Divisions, Right Wing, Army of 
the Tennessee, commanded by Maj. -General W. T. Sherman. 

Stewart Creek, Tenn. 

716. December 29th— 3d Kentucky, in advance of Crittenden's Corps, Left Wing 

of Army of the Cumberland. 

Wautauga Bridge and Carter's Station, Tenn. 

717. December 30th— 7th Ohio and 9th Pennsylvania Cavalry ; Carter's raid into 

East Tennessee. 

Parker's Cross Roads (or Red Mound), Tenn. 

718. December 30th— 18th, 106th, 119th, and 122d Illinois, 27th, 39th, and 63d 

Ohio, 50th Indiana, 39th Iowa, and 7th Tennessee Volunteers, and 7th 
Wisconsin Battery. 

Jefferson, Tenn. 

719. December 30th— 2d Brigade, 1st Division, Thomas' Corps, guarding wagon 

train. 

Stone's River (or Murfreesboro'), Tenn. 

720. December 31st to January 2d, 1863— McCook's Corps, right wing, Thomas' 

Corps, centre, and Crittenden's Corps, left wing, Army of the Cumber- 
land, Maj .-General W, S. Rosecrans commanding. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 125 



1863— (627.; 



G-alveston, Texas. 

721. January 1st — U. S. Gunboats Westfieki, Harriet Lane, Owasco, Sachem, 

Clifton, and Coryphteus, and three companies of 42d Massachusetts Vol- 
unteers. 

Stewart' s Creek, Tenn. 

722. January 1st— 3d Ohio Cavalry and 10th Ohio Volunteers, guarding wagon 

train. 

La Vergne, Tenn. 

723. January Ist — 1st Michigan Engineers and Mechanics. 

La Grange, Ark. 

724. January 3d— Portion of General Washburn's Cavalry Regiment. 

Moorefield, V7. Va. 
72.5. January 3d — llGth Ohio Volunteers. 

Middletown, Tenn. 
720. January 5th -Cavalry of the Army of the Cumberland. 
Hardy County, W. Va. 

727. January 5th — Troops not specified. 

Springfield, Mo. 

728. January 7th and 8th — Missouri Militia, Convalescents, and Citizens. 

Ripley, Tenn, 

729. January 8th— 2d Illinois Cavalry. 

Catlett's Station, Va. 

730. January ICth— Organizations not specified. 

Hatteras and Alabama, off the Coast of Texas. 

731. January 11th— U. S. Steamer Hatteras, eight guns. 

Fort Hindman, Arkeinsas Post, Ark. 

732. January 11th— 13th Corps, Maj. -General J. A. McClernand, 15th Corps, 

Maj. -General W. T. Sherman, Army of the Mississippi; and Gunboats 
of the Mississippi Squadron. 

Hartsville (also V7ood's Fork), Mo. 

733. January 11th— 21st Iowa and 99th Illinois Volunteers, 3d Iowa and 3d Mis- 

souri Cavalry, and Battery L, 2d Missouri Artillery. 
Lick Creek, Ark. 

734. January 12th— 2d Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Bayou Teche, La. 

735. January 14th— 8th Vermont, Kith and 75th New York, 12th Connecticut, 6th 

Michigan, and 21st Indiana Volunteers, 1st Louisiana Cavalry, 4th and 
6th Massachusetts and 1st Maine Batteries, and Gunboats Calhoun, Diana, 
Kinsman, and Estrella. 

Helena and Clarendon Road, Ark. 

736. January 15th— 2d Wisconsin Cavalry. 



126 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Duval's Bluff and Des Arcs, Ark. 

737. January 16th — U. S. Gunboat DeKalb and 24th Indiana Volunteers. 

Pollocksville and Northeast River, N. 0. 

738. January ITth— 3d New York Cavalrj'. 

Burnt Ordinary, Va. 

739. January 19th —5th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Fish Springs, Tenn, 

740. January 23d— From Confederate sources. 

Woodbury, Tenn. 

741. January 24th — 2d Division, Crittenden's Corps. 

Construction Train, near Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

742. January 25th— Train Guard re-enforced by part of the lOth Michigan Vol- 

unteers. 

Township, Fla. 

743. January 26th— 32d U. S. Colored Troops. 

Bear River, Washington Ter. 

744. January 26th — Four companies of the 2d California Cavalry and one com- 

pany 3d California Volunteers ; Indian fight, 142 men of the command 
had their feet frozen. 

Indian Village, Placqiiemine Bayou, La. 

745. January 27th — 1st Louisiana Cavalry. 

Finos Altos, Arizona Ter. 

746. January 29th — One company 1st California Volimteers. 

Dyersbvu-g, Tenn. 
74r. January 30th— 22d Ohio Volunteers. 

Deserted House, near Suffolk (also Cassville and Kelly's Store), Va. 

748. January 30th — Portion of Maj. General Peck's forces, commanded by Brig. - 

General Michael Corcoran and Colonel S. P. Spear. 

Rover, Tenn. 

749. January 31st— 4th Ohio Cavalry. 

Middleton, Tenn. 

750. January 31st — 2d and 3d Tennessee Cavah-y. 

Off Charleston Bar, S. C. 

751. January 31st — U. S. Steamers Mercedita, Keystone State, Augusta, Quaker 

City, Housatonic, and Memphis. 

Fort McAlister, Genesis Point, Ga. 

752. February 1st— U. S. Navy. 

Franklin, Tenn. 

753. February 1st — Troops not specified. 

Mingo Swamp, Mo. 

754. February 3d— 12th Missouri Militia, commanded by Major F. W. Reader 

Fort Donelson (or Cumberland Iron Works), Tenn. 

755. February 3d— 83d Illinois Volunteers, 2d Illinois Ai-tillery, and a battalion of 

the 5 th Iowa Cavalry. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 137^ 

1861.] BatesvUle, Ark. 

756. February 4th— Brigade of Cavalry, commanded by Col. G-co. E. Waring, Jr. 

Bear Creek, Johnson Co., Mo. 

757. February 5th— 40th Missouri Enrolled Militia. 

Williamsburg, Va. 

758. February 7th— 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Independence, Mo. 

759. February 3d and 8th— 5th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Lebanon, Tenn. 

760. February 8th — Organizations not recorded. 

Summerville, Va. 

761. February 9th — Cavalry, commanded by Major Knox. 

Old River, Lake Providence, La. 
76-2. February 10th— Detailed men from 1st Kansas, 17th and 95th Illinois, and 
16th Wisconsin Volunteers, and 3d Louisiana Cavah-y. 
Gloucester Point, Va. 
768. February lOth— Organizations not recorded. 

Wachita Indian Agency, Texas. 

764. February 10th— Loyal Delaware's and Shawnees. 

Bone Yard, Tenn. 

765. February 10th— 18th Missouri Volunteers. 

Smithfield, Va. 

766. February 13th— 12th Penn.sylvania Cavalry. 

Bolivar, Tenn. 

767. February 13th— Cavalry. 

Brentsville, Va. 

768. February 14th— 1st Michigan Cavalry. 

Gordon's Landing, Red River, La. 
V69. February 14th— U. S. Ram Queen of the West. 
Cainsville, Tenn. 

770. February 15th— 123d Illinois Volunteers and one company of the 5th Ten- 

nessee Cavalry. 

Nolensville, Tenn. 

771. February ISth- Detachment from 2d Minnesota Volunteers, guarding a 

wagon train. 

Arkadelphia, Ark. 

772. February 15th— Captain Brown's command. 

Romney (near), Va. 

773. February 16th— Detachment of the 116th and 122d Ohio Volunteers, guard- 

ing a wagon train. 

Milton, Tenn. 

774. February 18th— 2d Michigan and 3d Ohio Cavalry. 

Spring River, Mo. 

775. February 19th— One company of the 9th Kansas. 



128 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Gold Water, Miss. 

776. February 19th — Cavalry commanded by Lieut.-Colonel W. F. Wood, 1st In- 

diana Cavalry. 

Yazoo Pass, Miss. 

777. February 20th— 5th Illinois Cavalry. 

Prairie Station, Miss. 
7T8. February 21st— 2d Iowa Cavalry. 

Tuscumbia, Ala. 

779. February 2"2d — Cavalry Brigade, commanded by Colonel F. M. Comyn, 10th 

Missouri Cavalry. 

Deer Creek, near G-reenville, Miss. 

780. February 23d — General Burbridge's Division of the 13th Corps. , 

Athens, K7. 

731. February 23d — Organizations not specified. 

Mississippi River, below Vicksburg. 

782. February 24th— U. S. Steamer Indianola. 

Hartwood Church, Va. 

783. February 25th — Brig.-General AveriU's Cavalry Brigade. 

Strasburg Road, Va. 

784. February 2f)th— 13th Pennsylvania and 1st New York Cavalry. 

Near Newbern, N. 0. 

785. February 27th — Detachment of 3d New York Cavalry, commanded by Cap- 

tain Jacobs. 

Brady ville, Tenn. 

786. March 1st — 1st Tennessee and 3d and 4th Ohio Cavalry. 

Eagleville, Tenn. 

787. March 2d -15th, 16th, ISth, and 19th U. S. Infantry. 

Petersburg, Chapel Hill, and Harpeth River, Tenn. 

788. March 2d and 4th — 1st Tennessee Cavalry. 

Fort McAlister, Genesis Point, Ga. 

789. Maich 3d -U. S. Navy. 

Owen's Valley. 

790. March 3d— 2d California Cavalry. 

Skeet (or Swan's Headquarters), N. O. 

791 . March 4th— 3d New Yoi'k Cavalry, commanded by Captain Colin Richardson. 

Thompson's Station (or Springhill, and Unionville), Tenn. 

792. March 4th and 5th--33d and Soth Indiana, 22d Wisconsin, 19th Michigan, 

and 124th Ohio Volunteers, 18th Ohio Battery, and 2d Michigan, 9th 
Pennsylvania, and 4th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Fairfax Court House, Va. 

793. March 8th— Mosby's midnight raid. 

Bolivar, Tenn. 

794. March 9th — Troops not specified. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 129 

1863. ] FrankUn, Tenn. 

795. March 9th— 125th Ohio Volunteers. 

Covington, Tenn. 

796. March 10th— 6th and 7th Illinois Cavalry. 

Rutherford's Creek, Tenn. 

797. March 10th — 4th Cavalry Brigade, commanded by Colonel Minty. 

Paris, Ky. 

798. March 11th — Wagon-train Guard. 

Fort Pemberton, Greenwood, Miss. 

799. March 13th to April 5ch— U. S. Gunboats Chillicothe and DeKalb and 

troops of the 13th and 17th Corps. 

Berwick City, La. 

800. March 13th— 160th New York Volunteers. 

Port Hudson, Mississippi River, La. 

801. March 14th — Union Fleet, commanded by Admiral D. G. Farragut, and 

Union Troops, commanded by Maj.- General N. P. Banks. 

Newbern, N. 0. 

802. March 14th — Troops of the Department of Virginia and North Carolina, 

commanded by Maj. -General Foster, and Gunboats. 

Expedition up Steele's Bayou, Miss. 

803. March 16th to 22d— 2d Division, 15th Corps, commanded by General Sher- 

man, and Navy commanded by Admiral Porter. 

Blackwater, Va. 

804. March 17th — 11th Pennsylvania Cavalry, 

Kelly's Ford, Va. 

805. March 17th— 1st and 5th U. S.. 3d, 4th, and 16th Pennsylvania, 1st Rhode 

Island, 6th Ohio, and 4th New York Cavalry, and 6th New York Bat- 
tery. 

Brashear City, La. 

806. March 18th— 1st Louisiana Cavalry. 

Vaught's Hill, near Milton, Tenn. 

807. March 20th— 105th Ohio, 101st Indiana, 80th and 123d Illinois Volunteers, 

1st Tennessee Cavalry, and 9th Indiana Battery. 

Salem Pike, near Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

808. March 21st— 3d Tennessee Cavalry. 

Cottage Grove, Tenn. 

809. March 21st — Troops not mentioned. 

Deer Creek, Miss. 

810. March 21st — Engagement during the Expedition up Steele's Bayou. 

Blue Springs, Mo. 

811. March 22d— 1st and 5th Missouri Militia Cavalry ; skirmish with Quantrell'3 

Guerillas, 

Mount Sterling, Ky. 

812. March 22d— 10th Kentucky Cavalry, 

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130 STATISTICAL BECORD. 

Danville, K7. 

813. March24th—l?,t Kentucky and 2d Tennessee Cavalry, 18th and 5>2d Michi- 

gan Volunteers, and 1st Indiana Battery. 

Ponchatoula, La. 

814. March 24th— 127th and 165th New York, 9th Connecticut, 14th and 24th 

Maine, and 6th Michigan Volunteers. 

Brentwood, Tenn. 

815. March 25th — Detachment of 22d Wisconsin and 9th Michigan Volunteers. 

Franklin and Little Harpeth, Tenn. 

816. March 25th — 4th and 6th Kentucky, 9th Pennsylvania, and 2d Michigan 

avalry. 

Pattersonville, La. 

817. March 28th— Gunboat Diana, with detachments of the 12th Connecticut and 

160th New York Volunteers on board. 

Hurricane Bridge, West Va. 

818. March 28th— Four companies of the 18th West Virginia Volunteers. 

Amite River, La. 

819. March 28th— 14th and 24th Maine Volunteers. 

Somerville, Tenn. 

823. March 29th— 6th Illinois Cavalry. 

E3q)edition to Jacksonville, Fla. 

821. March 29th— 8th Maine and 6th Connecticut Volunteers and 33d U. S. 

Colored Troops (1st South Carolina) ; skirmish at Baldwin. 

Williamsburg, Va. 

822. March 29th — 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Tahliquah, I. T. 

823. March 30th— 3d Kansas Indian Home Guards. 

Massacre on the Steamer Sam G-aty, at Sibley's Landing, Mo. 

824. March 30th — Civilians, Missouri Militia, and Contrabands. 

The Island, Mo. 

825. March 30th— 3d Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Button's Hill (also Somerset), Ky. 

826. March 30th— 1st Kentucky and 7th Ohio Cavalry, and 44th and 45th Ohio 

Mounted Volunteers. 

Point Pleasant, West Va. 

827. March 30th — One company of the 13th West Virginia Volunteers, com- 

manded by Captain J. D. Carter. 

Richmond (or Round Away Bayou), La. 

828. March 30th — 69th Indiana Volunteers and a detachment of the 2d Illinois 

Cavalry. 

Washington, N. 0. 

829. March 30th to April 4th— Troops commanded by Maj .-General Fo.ster ; in- 

cludes skirmish at Rodman's Point, April 4, 1863. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 131 

1863] Chalk Bluff, Ark. 

830. April 1st— One company of the 2d Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Broad Run, Va. 

831. April 1st— Detachments of the 1st Vermont and 5th New York Cavalry. 

Little Rock Road, Ark. 

832. April 2d — One company of the 5th Kansas Cavalry. 

Woodbury and Snow Hill, Tenn. 

833. April 2d and 3d— 3d and 4th Ohio Cavalry. 

Carroll County, Ark. 
8.34. April 4th — 1st Arkansas Cavahy. 

Madison, Ark. 

835. April 4th— 3d Iowa Cavalry. 

Black Bayou Expedition, Miss. 

836. April 5th to IGth— A division of the 15th Corps, commanded by Maj. -General 

Frederick Steele. 

Bombardment of Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor (also called Stone 
Inlet), S. C. 

837. April 7th — South Atlantic Squadron, Keokuk, Weehawken, Passaic, Mon- 

tauk, Patapsco, New Ironsides, Catskill, Nantucket, and Nahant. 

St. Francis County, Mo. 

838. April 8th — Detachment of Cavalry and one company of the 4th Iowa Cav- 

alry, commanded by Major E. P. Winslow. 

Broad River, S, O. 

839. April 8th— 3d Rhode Island Artillery, on the Gunboat Washington. 

East Pascagoula, Miss. 

810. April 9th— 74th U. S. Colored Troops (2d Louisiana). 

Blount's Mills, N. O. 

841. April 9th— 3d and 17th Massachusetts, 1st Rhode Island, and 3d New York 

Artillery. 

Waverly, Tenn. 

842. April 10th— One company of the 5th Iowa Cavalry. 

Franklin and Harpeth River, Tenn. 

843. April 10th— 40th Ohio, guarding the Railroad, and a portion of Granger's 

Cavalry Division. 

Antioch Station, Tenn. 

844. April 10th— Detachment of the 10th Michigan Volunteers. 

Whittaker's Mills, near 'Williamsburg, Va. 

845. April 11th— 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Irish Bend and Bisland (also designated Bayou Teche, Indian Ridge, and 
Centreville), La. 

846. April 12th to 14th— Grover's Division, 19th Corps, at Irish Bend, Emory's 

and Weitzel's Divisions, 19th Corps, at Bisland. 



Indians. 

South Quay, Va. 



132 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Siege of Suffolk, Va. 

847. April 12th to May 4th. — Troops of Department of Virginia and North Caro- 

lina, commanded by Maj. -General John J. Peck. 

West Branch and Nansemond, Va. 

848. April 14th — Gunboats Commodore Barney, West End, Mount "Washington, 

and Stepping Stones. 

Spanish Fork Canon, Utah Territory. 

849. April 15th— 2d California Cavalry ; fight with Indians, 

Pikeville, Ky. 

850. April 15th— 39th Kentucky Mounted Infantry. 

Dunbar's Plantation, La. 

851. April 15th— 2d Illinois Cavalry. 

Running the Vicksburg Batteries. 

852. April 16th— Ironclads and transports belonging to Commodore Porter's fleet 

and General Grant's army. 

Medalia (also known as South Branch of the Watonwan), Minn. 

853. April 16th— Eighteen soldiers of the Tth Minnesota Volunteers ; fight with 

854. April 17th— 99th and 130th New York Volunteers ; skirmish during the 

siege of Suffolk. 

Bear Creek, Cherokee Station, andLundy's Lane (known also as Hills- 
borough), Ala. 

855. April 17th — 10th Missouri and 7th Kansas Caralry. 

Bayou Vermilion, La. 

856. April 17th — Division of the 19th Corps, commanded by Brig.-General 

Grover. 
G-rierson's Expedition from La Grange, Tenn., to Baton Rouge, La. 

857. April 17th to May 2d— 6th and 7th Illinois and 2d Iowa Cavalry. 

Hernando, Miss. 

858. April 18th — 2d Brigade, Cavalry Division, commanded by General Smith, 

and Infantry and Artillery from the 16th Corps. 

Sabine Pass, Tex. 

859. April ISlh — Crewrs of the Gunboats Cayuga and New London. 

Fayetteville, Ark. 

860. April 18th— 1st Arkansas Volunteers and 1st Arkansas Cavalry. 

Battery Huger (Hill's Point), Va. 

861. April 18th— Detachments of the 89th New York and 8th Connecticut Volun- 

teers ; skirmish during siege of Suffolk. 

New Albany, Miss. 

862. April 19th — 7th Illinois Cavalry ; skirmish during Grierson's raid. 

Ooldwater, Miss. 

863. April 19th — Same force as on the ISth at Hernando, Miss. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 133 

1863.] CelinajKy. 

864. April 20th— 5th Indiana Cavalry. 

Patterson, Mo. 
8G5, April 20th— 8d Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

McMinnville, Tenn. 

866. April 20th— 1st Brigade of Cavalry, Army of the Cumberland, Colonel Minty. 

Bute La Rose, La. 

867. April 20th — Union gunboats Estrella, Clifton, Arizona, and Calhoun. 

Palo Alto, Miss. 

868. April 21st and 22d — 2d Iowa Cavalry ; skirmish during Gricrson's raid. 

Tompkinsville, Ky, 

869. April 22d — Organizations not stated. 

Strasburg Road, Va. 

870. April 22d— 3d West Virginia Cavalry. 

Ohuckatuck, Va. 

871. April 23d— Crew of the Gunboat Commodore Barney. 

Tuscumbia, Ala. 

872. April 24th— 2d Division, 16th Corps. 

Beverly, West Va. 

873. April 24th— 5th West Virginia Cavalry. 

White Water, Mo. 

874. April 24th— 1st Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Little Rock Landing (Duck River Shoals), Tenn. 

875. April 24th— EUet's Mississippi Ram fleet. 

Greenland Gap, West Va. 

876. April 25th— Detachments of the 23d Illinois and 14th West Virginia Volun- 

teers. 

Cape Girardeau, Mo. 

877. April 26th— 1st Wisconsin and 2d Missouri Militia Cavalry, 32d Iowa Volun- 

teers, and Batteries D and L, 1st Missouri Artillery. 

Franklin, Tenn. 

878. April 27th— Cavalry, commanded by Colonel Watkins. 

Str eight's Raid from Tuscumbia, Ala., to Rome, Ga. 

879. April 27th to May .3d— 3d Ohio, 51st and 73d Indiana Volunteers, 80th Illi- 

nois Mounted Infantry, and two companies of the 1st Alabama Cavalry ; 
includes skirmish at Dap's Gap, April 30th, Black WarHor Creek, May 
1st, and Blount's Farm, May 2d. 

Stoneman's Raid, Va. 

880. April 27th to May 8th— Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac, Maj. -General 

Stone man. 

Howe's Ford (or Weaver's Store), Ky. 

881. AprU 28th— 1st Kentucky Cavalry. 



134 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Dover Road, N. C. 

832. April 28th— Troops of the District of North Carolina, commanded by Brig.- 
General Palmer. 

Town Creek, Ala. 

883. April 28th— Portion of the 16th Corps, commanded by Maj.-General G-. M. 

Dodge. 

Union Church, Miss. 

884. April 28th— 6th Illinois Cavalry ; skirmish during Grierson's raid. 

Castor River and Bloomfield, Mo. 

885. April 29th— 1st Wisconsin Cavalry . 

Fairmont, West Va. 

886. April 29th— Detachments of the 106th New York, 6th West Virginia, and 

Virginia Militia. 

Grand Gulf, Miss. 

887. April 29th— Gunboats Louisville, Carondelet, Mound City, Pittsburg, Tus- 

cumbia, Benton, and Lafayette. 

Fitzhugh's Crossing (Rappahannock River), Va. 

888. April 2&th and 30th— 1st Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Spottsylvania Court House, Va. 

889. April 30th— 6th New York Cavalry. 

Snyder's Bluff, Miss. 

890. April 30th— Portions of the 15th Corps. 

Chalk Bluff and St. Francis River, Mo, 

891. April 30th and May 1st— 3d Missouri and 1st Iowa Cavalry, 2d Missouri Mil- 

itia, and Battery B, 1st Missouri Light Artillery. 

Day's Gap, Sand Mountain, and Black Warrior Creek (also designated 
Driver's Gap and Crooked Creek), Ala. 

892. April 30th and May 1st— Skirmishes of troops on Streight's raid from April 

27th to May 3d. 

Port Gibson (also known as Thompson's Hill and Magnolia Hills), Miss. 

893. May 1st— 13th Corps, Maj.-General J. A. McClernand, 3d Division, 17th 

Corps, Maj.-General J. B. McPherson, commanded by Maj.-General U. 
S. Grant ; includes the skirmishes at Bayou Pierre, and is the first en- 
gagement in Grant's campaign against Vicksburg. 

Chancellorsville, Va. 

894. May 1st to 4th— 1st Corps, Maj.-General J. F. Reynolds; 2d Corps, Maj. 

General D. N. Couch; 3d Corps, Maj.-General D. E. Sickles; 5th Corps, 
Maj.-General G. G. Meade; 6th Corps, Maj.-General J. Sedgwick; 11th 
Corps, Maj.-General O. O. Howard; 12th Corps, Maj.-General H. W. 
Slocum, Army of the Potomac, commanded by Maj.-General Joseph 
Hooker ; includes the battles of the 6th Corps at Fredericksburg, Salem 
Heights, and Marye's Heights. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LLST OF BATTLES, ETC. 135 

1860.] > La Grange, Ark. 

895. May 1st — 3d Iowa Cavalry, commanded by Captain J. Q. A. HufE. 

Monticello, Ky. 

896. May 1st— 2-1 Tennessee, 1st Kentucky, and 2d and Tth Ohio Cavalry, 45tli 

Ohio and 112th Illinois Mounted Infantry. 

South Quay Bridge, Nansemond River, Va. 

897. May 1st— 99th New ifork Volunteers ; skirmish during siege of SuEfolk. 

Tickfaw River, Miss. 

898. May 1st ~7th Illinois Cavalry ; skirmish during Grierson's raid. 

Rapidan Station, Va. 

893. May 1st — A verelPs Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac ; skirmish during 
Stoneman's raid. 

Louisa Court House, Va, 

900. May 1st— Two companies 1st Mauie Cavalry ; detachment of Stoneman's 

raiding forces. 

Blount's Farm, Ala. 

901. May 2d— 51st and 7.3d Indiana and 80th Illinois Volunteers, .3d Ohio Mounted 

Infantry, and 1st Alabama Cavalry ; skirmish during Streight's raid. 

Warrenton Junction, Va. 

902. May 3d -1st West Virginia and 5th New York Cavalry. 

Nansemond River, Va. 

903. May 3d — Maj.-General John J. Peck's troops ; skirmish during siege of 

Suffolk, Va. 

Forty Hills (or Hankinson's Ferry), Miss. 

904. May 3d — 7th Division ITth Corps; skirmish during Grant's Vicksburg cam- 

paign. 

Shannon Hill, Va. 

905. May 4th— 5th New York Cavalry ; skirmish during Stoneman's raid. 

Tunstall Station, Va. 

906. May 4th— 12th Illinois Cavalry ; skirmish during Stoneman's raid. 

Siege of Suffolk, Va., Raised. 

907. May 4th— Troops of Department of Virginia and North Carolina. 

Tupelo, Miss. 

908. May 6th— 10th Missouri and 7th Kansas Cavalry. 

Civiques Ferry, La. 

909. May 10th— 14th and 24th Maine, and 177th New York Volunteers, and 21st 

New York Battery. 

Horse Shoe Bend (or G-reasy Creek), Ky. 

910. May 11th — Detachment of Union troops, commanded by Colonel R. T. 

Jacobs. 

Mount Vernon, Ark. 

911. May 11th — 5th Kansas and 5th Illinois Cavalry, commanded by Colonel 

Powell Clayton. 



136 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Linden, Tenn. 

912. May 12th— 6th Tennessee Cavalry. 

Fourteen Mile Creek, Miss. 

913. May 12th— 13th Corps, Maj. -General J. A. McClemand, and 15th Corps, Maj.- 

Greneral W. T. Sherman; skirmish during General Grant's Vicksburg 
campaign. 

Baymond, Miss. 

914. May 12th— 17th Corps, Maj. -General J. B. McPherson ; engagement during 

Grant's Vicksbitrg campaign. 

Ponchatoula, La. 

915. May 13th — Colonel Davis's command. 

Hall's Ferry, Miss. 

916. May 13th — 2d Illinois Cavalry ; Grant's campaign against Vicksburg, 

South Union, Ky. 

917. May 13th — Organizations not specified. 

Jackson, Miss. 

918. May 14th— 17th Corps, Maj. -General J. B. McPherson ; 15th Corps, Maj.- 

General "W. T. Sherman ; engagement during Grant's Vicksburg cam- 
paign. 

Warrenton Junction, Va. 

919. May 14th — Organizations not specified. 

Camp Moore, La. 

920. May 15th — Expedition commanded by Colonel Davis. 

Carsville and Suffolk (known also as Holland House), Va. 

921. May 15th and IGth — Expedition commanded by Brig.-General R. S. Foster. 

Carthage, Mo. 

922. May 16th — 7th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Piedmont Station, Vzl 

923. May 16th — West Virginia and Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Cripple Creek (or Bradysville), Va. 

924. May 16th —Detachment of 5th Tennessee Cavalry; escort to Brig.-General 

Palmer. 

Champion Hills (also known as Baker's Creek and Edward's Station), 
Miss. 

925. May 16th — Hovey's Division, 13th Corps, Maj. -General J. A. McClemand, 

and 17th Corps, Maj. -General J. B. McPherson; engagement during 
Grant's Vicksburg campaign. 

Berry's Ferry, Va. 

926. May 16th— Detachment of 1st New York Cavalry, commanded by Lieutenant 

Vermillion. 

Big Black River, Miss. 

927. May 17th — Car's and Osterhaus' Divisions, 13th Corps, Maj. -General J. A. 

McClemand ; engagement during Grant's Vicksburg campaign. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 137 

1863.] Faretteville, Va. 

928. May 17th to 20th— 12th and 91st Ohio Volunteers, and 2d "West Virginia Cav- 

ah:y. 

Sherwood, Mo. 

929. May 18Lh— Detachment of 2d Kansas Artillery and 1st Kansas (29th U, S. 

Colored Troops) Volunteers. 
Attack by G-uerillas on the Transport Orescent City, near Island No. 82. 

930. May 18th— 3d Iowa Volunteers, 

Carsville, Va. 

931. May 18th— ITOth New York Volunteers. 

Siege of Vicksburg, Miss. 
9.32, May 18th to July 4th— 1.3th Corps, Maj. -General J. A. McClemand ; 15th 
Corps, Maj. -General W. T. Sherman; 17th Corps, Maj. -General J. B. 
McPherson, commanded by Maj. -General U. S. Grant, assisted by the 
Navy on the Mississippi River under Admiral Porter, Re-enforced later 
by Lauman's, Smith's, and Kimball's Divisions, of the 16th Corps ; two 
Divisions of the 9th Corps, Maj. -General J. S. Parke, and a Division from 
the Department of the Missouri under Maj. -General F. J. Herron ; 
first assault, May 19th, iinsuecessful. 

Winchester, Va. 
933. May 19th — Detachment of Cavalry from Milroy's command. 

Richfield, Clay Co., Mo. 
9.34. May 19th— 25th Missouri Volunteers. 

Fort G-ibson and Fort Blount, Ind, Terr. 

935. May 20th — 6th Kansas and 3d Wisconsin Cavalry, and 1st, 2d, and 3d Kan- 

sas Indian Home Guards. 

Second Assault on Fortifications at Vicksburg, Miss. 

936. May 2Cth — Army of the Tennessee. 

Glendenin's Raid below Fredericksburg. Va, 

937. May 2Gth to 28th— Sth Illinois Cavalry, commanded by Lieut.-Colonel G. R. 

Glendenin. 

Middleton, Tenn. 

938. May 21st — 4th Michigan, 3d Indiana, 7th Pennsylvania, 3d and 4th Ohio, 

and 4th U. S. Cavalry, and 39th Indiana Mounted Infantry, 

Plain Stores, Port Hudson Plains, La. 

939. May 21st — 1st Division, Anger's 19th Corps, 

Gum Swamp, N. C. 

940. May 22d— 58th Pennsylvania, and Sth, 25th, 27th, and 46Lh Massachusetts 

Volunteers, and Boggs' Battery. 

Bachelor's Creek, N. O, 

941. May 23d— 58th Pennsylvania and 46th Massachusetts Volunteers. 

Beaver Dam Lake, near Austin, Miss. 

942. May 23d— Mississippi Marine Brigade of Cavalry and Infantry. 

Fishing Creek, Hartford, Ky. 

943. May 25th — Organizations not given. 



138 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Polk's Plantation, near Helena, Ark. 

944. May 25th — 3d Iowa and 5th Kansas Cavalry. 

Franklin, La. 

945. May 25th — 41st Ma'ssaohusetts Volunteers and several other regiments, 

commanded by Colonel Chickering. 

Senatobia, Miss. 

946. May 25th— 3d Illinois Cavalry. 

Lake Providence, La. 

947. May 27th— 4Tth U. S. Colored Troops. 

Florence, Ala. 

948. May 27th — Brigade of Cavalry, commanded by Colonel Comyn, 10th Mis- 

souri Cavalry. 

Siege of Port Hudson, La. 

949. May 27th to July 9th — Maj. -Generals Weitzers, Grover's, Paine's, Anger''?, 

and Dwight's Divisions, 19th Corps; Maj. -General Banks' Army of the 
Gulf, assisted by the Navy under Admiral Farragut. 

Bushy Creek (or Little Black River), Mo. 

950. May 28th— 13th Illinois Cavalry. 

Mechanicsville, Miss. 

951. May 29th— Portion of the 17th Corps, commanded by Major-General F. P. 

Blair, U. S. V. 

Greenwich, Va. 

952. May 30th— 1st Vermont, 5th New York, and 7th Michigan Cavalry. 

Eocheport, Mo. 

953. June 1st — 1st Missouri Enrolled Militia and 9th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Clinton, La. 

954. June 4th — Cavalry, commanded by Colonel B. H. Grierson, 6th Illinois Cav- 

alry. 

Mechanicsburg and Sartoria, Miss. 

955. June 4th— 5th Illinois Cavalry and 8th Wisconsin Volunteers. 

Frying Pan, Va. 

956. June 4th — Detachment of 5th Michigan Cavalry, commanded by Captain 

Gray. 

Franklin, Tenn. 

957. June 4th— 35th Indiana Volunteers, 4th, 6th, and 7th Kentucky, 9th Penn- 

sylvania, and 2d Michigan Cavalry. 

Blnffton, S. C. 

958. June 4th — Troops not specified. 

Franklin's Crossing, Rappahannock River, Va. 

959. June 5th— 26th New Jersey and 5th Vermont Volunteers, 15th and 50th 

New York Engineers, supported by the 6th Corps. 
Murfreesboro, Shelbyville, Tenn. 

960. June 6th— 2d and 8th Indiana Cavalry. 

Shawneetown, Kan. 

961. June 6th — Organizations not given. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC, 139 

1863.] Berrrville, Va. 

962. June 6lh — 67th Pennsylvania, Volunteers. 

Milliken's Bend (or Ashland), La. 

96.3, June 6th to 8th— 5th U, S. Colored Heavy Artillery, 9th Louisiana, 49th TJ. 
S. Colored Troops, 11th Louisiana, 51st U. S, Colored Troops, 1st Missis- 
sippi and 23d Iowa Volunteers ; no quarter was given to the Union troops. 

Fort Lyons, Va. 

964. June 9th— 3d New York Artillery ; accidental explosion of a magazine. 

Monticello and Rocky Gap, Ky. 

965. June 9th— 2d and 7th Ohio and 1st Kentucky Cavalry, 45th Ohio and 2d 

Tennessee Mounted Infantry. 

Beverly Ford and Brandy Station, Va. 

966. June 9th— 2d, 3d, and 7th Wisconsin, 2d and 33d Massachusetts, 6th Maine, 

and S6t,h and 104th New York Volunteers, l.st, 2d, .5th, and 6th U. S., 2d, 
6th, 8th, 9th, and 10th New York, 1st Maryland, 8th Illinois, .Sd Indiana, 
1st New Jersey, 1st, 6th, and ITth Pennsylvania, 1st Maine, and 3d West 
Virginia Cavalry. 

Triune, Tenn. 

967. June 9th — General Mitchell's Cavalry Division. 

Lake Providence, La. 

968. June 10th — Organizations not specified. 

State Creek, near Mt. Sterling, Ky. 

969. June 11th— 1st Tennessee and 14th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Port Hudson, La. 

970. June 11th — Army of the Gulf; serious engagement during siege of Port 

Hudson, La. 

Seneca, Md. 

971. June 11th— 6th Michigan Cavalry. 

Middletown, Va. 

972. June 11th — 13th Pennsylvania Cavalry, 87th Pennsylvania Volunteers, and 

Battery L, 5th Artillery. 

Berryville, Va. 

973. June 12th— 1st Brigade, Milroy's Division, commanded by Colonel McRey- 

nolds. 

Winchester, Va. 

974. June 13th and 15th— 2d, 67th, and 87th Pennsylvania, 18th Connecticut, 

12th West Virginia, 110th, 116th, 122d, and 123d Ohio, and .3d, 5th, and 
6th Maryland Volunteers, 12th and 13th Pennsylvania, 1st New York, and 
1st and 3d West Virginia Cavalry, Battery L, 5th U. S. Artillery, 1st 
West Virginia Battery, Baltimore Battery, and one company 14th Massa- 
chusetts Heavy Artillery, of the 2d Division, 8th Corps. 

Wilson's Creek, near Boston, Ky. 

975. June 13th— Kentucky Provost Guard. 

Martinsburg, Va. 

976. June 14th— 106th New York and 126th Ohio Volunteers and West Virginia 

Battery, 3d Brigade, 2d Division, 8th Corps, commanded by Brig.- 
General Tyler. 



140 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Second Assault on Fortifications at Port Hudson, La. 

977. June 14th— Army of tbe Gulf. 

Richmond, La. 

978. June 15th — General Mower's Brigade and Ellet's Mississippi Marine Brigade. 

Triplett's Bridge, Fleming Co., Ky. 

979. June 16th — 10th and 14th Kentucky and 7tli and 9th Michigan Cavalry, 15th 

Michigan Volunteers, and 11th Michigan Battery, 

Jomado Del Muerto, New Mexico. 

980. June IGth — One company of the 1st New Mexico Cavalry. 

Orleans, Ind. 

981. June 17th — Home Guards ; Morgan's raid in Indiana and Ohio. 

Aldie, Va. 

982. June 17th— 2d and 4th New York, 6th Ohio, let Massachusetts, 1st Maine, 

and 1st Rhode Island Cavalry. 

Westport, Mo. 

983. June 17th — Two companies of the 9th Kansas Volunteers. 

Capture of the Atlanta. 

984. June 17th— U. S. Ironclad Weehawken. 

Plaquemine, La. 

985. June 18th — Organizations not given. 

Blue Island, near Leavenworth, Ind. 

986. June 19th — Home Guards, commanded by Major Glendenin. 

Middleburg, Va. 

987. June 19th— 1st Maine, 2d, 4th. and 10th New York, 4th and 16th Pennsyl- 

vania, and 6th Ohio Cavalry. 

Rocky Crossing, Tallahassee River, Miss. 

988. June 20th— 9th Illinois Mounted Infantry and 5th Ohio Cavalry. 

Greencastle, Penn. 
9S9. June 20th— 1st New York Cavalry. 

Warm Springs, Fort McRae, New Mexico. 

990. June 20th — Detachment of 1st New Mexico Cavalry. 

Pawnee Reservation. 

991. June 20th — One company of the 2d Nebraska Cavalry. 

Jackson Cross Roads, La. 

992. Juno 20th — Detachments of the 6th and 7th Illinois and 2d Rhode Island 

Cavalry, 52d Massachusetts Volunteers, and a section of Artillery. 

Hernando, Miss. 

993. June 20th— 5th Ohio, 2d Illinois, and 1st Missouri Cavalry. 

La Fourche Crossing (or Thibodeaux), La. 

994. June 20th and 21st— Detachments of the 23d Connecticut, 176th New Y^ork, 

26th, 42d, and 47th Massachusetts, and 21st Indiana Volunteers. 

Upperville, Va. 

995. June 21st— Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 141 

ISfio ] Low Creek, W. Va. 

9%. June 21st — Organizations not given. 

Hill's Plantation, Miss. 
997. June 22d — Portions of three companies of the 4th Iowa Cavalry. 

Cy^press Bend, Miss. 

99S. June 22d— Union Gunboats. 

Brashear City, La. 
999. June 23d— Detachments of the ITtith and 114th New York, 23d Connecticut, 
42d Massachusetts, and 21st Indiana Volunteers. 

Rosecrans' Campaign from Murfreesboro to Tullahoma, Tenn. 

1.000. June 23d to 30th— 14th Corps, Maj. -General George H. Thomas ; 20th 

Corps, Maj. -General A. McD. McCook ; 21st Corps, Maj. -General T. S. 
Crittenden; Reserve Corps, Maj. -General G. Granger; and Cavalry 
Corps, Maj. -General Stanley; Army of the Cumberland, Maj .-General 
W. S. Rosecrans ; includes Middleton, Hoover's Gap, Beech Grove or 
Liberty, and Guy's Gap. 

Middleton, Shelbyville Pike, Tenn. 

1.001. June 24th — 1st Cavalry Division, Army of the Cumberland. 

Hoover's Gap, Tenn. 

1.002. June 24th— 17th and 72d Indiana, 123d and 98th Illinois Mounted Infantry, 

and 18th Indiana Battery. 

McConnellsburg, Pa 

1.003. June 24th— 12th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Chakapoola Station, La. 

1.004. June 24th — Five companies of the 9th Connecticut Volunteers. 

Liberty Gtap (or Beech G-rove), Tenn. 

1.005. June 25th— 20th Corps, Maj.-General Ale.K. McD. McCook, Army of the 

Cumberland. 

Tort Hill, Vicksburg, Miss. 

1.006. June 25th— Siege of Vicksburg. 

South Anna, near Hanover Court House, Va. 

1.007. June 26th — 11th Pennsylvania Cavalry, 2d Massachusetts, and 12th Illinois 

Volunteers. 

Baltimore Cross Roads, Va. 

1.008. June 26th— 4th Corps, Maj. -Gen. Keyes. 

Fairfax, Va. 

1.009. June 27th— 11th New York Cavalry. 

Beaver Creek, Floyd Co., Ky. 

1.010. June 27th— 39th Kentucky Volunteers. 

Guy's Gap and Shelbyville, Tenn. 

1.011. June 27th— Cavalry Division, Army of the Cumberland, supported by Maj.- 

General Granger's Infantry Division. 



142 STATISTICAL RECORD 

Donaldsonville, La. 

1.012. June 28th — 2Sth Maine Volunteers and Convalescents, assisted by Gun- 

boats. 

Fort Hill, Vicksburg, Miss. 

1.013. June 28th— Part of siege of Vicksburg. 

McOonnellsburg, Pa. 

1.014. June 29th— 1st New York Cavalry. 

Westminster. Md. 

1.015. June 23th — Detachment of the 1st Delaware Cavalry. 

Lake Providence, La. 

1.016. June 29th— Organizations not stated. 

Sporting Hill, near Harrisbnrg, Pa. 

1.017. June 30th— 22d and 37th New York Militia and Lander's Battery. 

Hanover, Pa. 

1.018. June 30th— 3d Division Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Bayou Tensas, La. 

1.019. June 30th — Mississippi Brigade of Infantry and Cavalry, commanded by 

Col. C. R. Ellet. 

Tullahoma, Tenn. 

1.020. July 1st— Occupation by Maj. -General Rosecrans' army. 

Gettysburg, Pa. 

1.021. July 1st to 3d— 1st Corps, Maj. -General J. P. Reynolds ; 2d Corps, Maj.- 

General W. S. Hancock; 3d Corps, Maj. -General D. E. Sickles; 5th 
C jrps, Maj. -General George Sykes ; 6th Corps, Maj. -General J. Sedgwick ; 
11th Corps, Maj. -General O. O. Howard ; 12th Corps, Maj. -General H, 
W. Slocum; Cavalry Corps, Maj. -General A. Pleasonton; Army of the 
Potomac, commanded by Maj. -General G. E. Aleade ; includes Cavalry 
skirmish at Hunterstowii. 

Black River, at Messengers and Bridgeport Ferries, Miss. 

1.022. July 1st and 21— Portion of the 17th Corps. 

Cabin Creek, Ind. Terr. 

1.023. July 1st and 2d — 3d Wisconsin, 6th and 9th Kansas, and 2d Colorado Cav- 

alrj% 1st Kansas (79th U. S. Colored Troops), and 3d Kansas Indian 
Home Guai-ds. 

Morgan's Raid into Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. 

1.024. July 1st to 26th— Cavalry, commanded by Brig.-General E. H. Hobson; 

includes skirmishes at Burkesville, July 2d ; Columbia, 3d ; Green River 
Bridge, 4th; Lebanon, 5th; Brandenburg, 8th; Corydon, Md., 9th; 
capture of raiders at Buffington Island, Ohio, 19th ; and final capture at 
New Lisbon on the 26th. 

Baltimore Cross Roads, Va. 

1.025. July 2d— Portion of 4th Corps, commanded by Maj. -General Keyes. 

Elk River, Tenn. 

1.026. July 2d — Cavalry, Army of the Cumberland. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 143 

1863. ] Bottom's Bridge, Va. 

1.027. JiUy 2d— 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Beverly, Va. 

1.028. July 2d— 10th West Virginia Volunteers, and Battery G, West Virginia 

Artillery. 

Marrowbone (or Burkesville), Ky. 

1.029. July 2d— 1st and 9th Kentucky Cavalry and 24th Indiana Battery ; Mor- 

gan's raid. 

Springfield Landing, La. 

1.030. July 2d— 2d Rhode Island Cavalry. 

Fairfield, Pa. 

1.031. July 3d— 6th U. S. Cavalry. 

Columbia, Ky. 

1.032. July 3d— 1st Kentucky and 2d Ohio Cavalry, and 45th Ohio Mounted 

Volunteers ; Morgan's raid. 

University Place, Tenn. 
1,083. July 4th— 6th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Green River Bridge (or Tebb's Bend), Ky. 

1.034. July 4th — Five companies 25th Michigan Volunteers ; Morgan's raid. 

Bolton and Birdsong Ferry, Big Black River, Miss. 

1.035. July 4th and 5th— Troops cominanaed by Maj. -General W. T. Sherman. 

Vicksburg, Miss. 
1,0-36. July 4th — Vicksburg surrendered. 

Helena, Ark. 

1.037. July 4th— One Division 16th Cordis, commandv..d by Maj. -General B. M. 

Prentiss, assisted by Gunboat Tyler. 

Monterey G-ap and Smithsburg, Md. 

1.038. July 4th — 3d Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Fairfield, Pa. 

1.039. July 5th— Cavalry, Army of the Potomac. 

Lebanon, Ky. 

1.040. July 5th— 20th Kentucky Volunteers. 

Pound Gap Expedition, Tenn. 

1.041. July 6th— 10th Kentucky and 1st Ohio Cavalry. 

Quaker Bridge (also known as Comfort), N. O. 

1.042. July 6th— 9th New Jersey, 17th, 23d, and 2Tth Massachusetts, 81st and 

158th New York Volunteers, and Belger's and Angel's Battery. 

Hagerstown, Md. 

1.043. July 6th— 3d Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Williamsport, Md. 

1.044. July 6th — 3d Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Jones' Ford, Black River, Miss. 

1.045. July 6th— 6th Iowa and 4Sth Illinois Volunteers. 



144 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

I-u-ka, Miss. 

1.046. July 7th and 9th— 10th Missouri and 7th Kansas Cavalry. 

Boonsboro', Md. 

1.047. July 7th and 9th — 1st and 3d Divisions, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Poto- 

mac. 

Grand Pass, Fort Halleck, Ind. Terr. 

1.048. July 7th — 9th Kansas Volunteers : Indian fight. 

Redwood Creek, Cal. 

1.049. July 7th — One company, 1st Battalion, California Mountaineers; Indian 

fight. 

Convalescent Corral, near Corinth, Miss. 

1.050. July 7th — One company 39th Iowa Volunteers. 

Harper's Ferry Bridge, Va. 

1.051. July 7th — Potomac Home Brigade and 1st Massachusetts Heavy Artillery. 

Brandenburg, Ky. 

1.052. July 8th — Indiana Home Guards ; Morgan's raid. 

Port Hudson, La. 

1,0.53. July 9th — Port Hudson surrendered to Army of the Gulf. 

Corydon, Md. 

1.054. July 9th— Indiana Home Guards ; Morgan's raid. 

Jackson, Miss. 

1.055. July 9th to 16th— 9th Corps, Maj.-General Parke: 13th Corps, Maj.-Gen- 

eral E. O. C. Ord ; 15th Corps, Maj.-General W. T. Sherman; and a 
portion of the 16th Corps; includes • skirmishes at Rienzi, Bolton Depot, 
Canton, and Clinton. • 

Fort Wagner, Morris Island, S. C. 

1.056. July 10th to September Cth — Troops of the Department of the South, com- 

manded by Maj.-General Q. A. Gillmore, and U. S. Navy under Admiral 
Dahlgren. 

Assault on Fort Wagner. 

1.057. July 10th and 11th— 67th Connecticut, 76th Pennsylvania, 9th Maine, 3d New 

Hampshire, 48th and 100th New York Volunteers. 

Union City, Tenn. 

1.058. July 10th— 4th Missom-i Cavalry. 

Big Creek, Ark. 

1.059. July lOth — Oi-ganizations not stated. 

Hagerstown, Md. 

1.060. July 11th — Cavalry, Army of the Potomac. 

Funkstown, Md. 

1.061. July 12th— Infantry, Cavalry, and Artillery of the Army of the Potomac. 

Vernon, Ind. 

1.062. July 12th — Indiana Minute Men ; Morgan's raid. 

Ashby G-ap, Va. 

1.063. July 12th— 2d Massachusetts Cavalry. 



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1S63.] Yazoo City, Miss. 

1.064. July 1.3th — Maj .-General HeiTon's Division, assisted by three Gunboats 

under Admiral Porter. 

Jackson, Tenn. 

1.065. July 13th— 3d Michigan, 3d Iowa, and 1st Tennessee Cavalry, and 9th Illi- 

nois Cavalry. 

Donaldsonville, or Kock's Plantation, La. 

1.066. July 13th— Portions of WietzeFs and Grover's Divisions of the 19th Corps. 

Draft Riots, New York City. 

1.067. July 13th to 15th— Over 1,000 of the rioters were killed and wounded. 

Lawrenceburg, O. 

1.068. July 14th — 105th Indiana Minute Men firing into each other ; Morgan's raid. 

Falling Waters, Md. 

1.069. July 14th — 3d Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Elk River, Tenn. 

1.070. July 14th— Advance of the 14th Corps, Maj. -General Geo. H. Thomas, 

Army of the Cumberland. 

Shady Spring, W. Va. 

1.071. July 14th— 2d West Virginia Cavalry. 

Near Bolivar Heights, Va. 

1.072. July 14th— 1st Connecticut Cavalry. 

Pulaski, Ala. 

1.073. July 15th— 3d Ohio and 5th Tennessee Cavalry. 

Halltown, Va. 

1.074. July 15th — 16th Pennsylvania and l.st Maine Cavalry. 

Jackson, Miss. 

1.075. July 16th— Evacuated by the Confederates. See, 1,055. 

Sheppardstown, Va. 

1.076. July 16th— 1st, 4th, and 16th Pennsylvania, 1st Maine, and 10th New York 

Cavalry. 

Secessionville, James Island, S. C. 

1.077. July 16th — Troops commanded by Brig.-General Terry; skirmish during 

siege of Fort Wagner. 

Honey Springs, Elk Creek, Ind. Terr. 

1.078. July 17th— 2d, 6th, and 9th Kansas Cavalry, 2d and 3d Kansas Batteries, 

and 2d and 3d Kansas Indian Home Guards. 

Brandon, Miss. 

1.079. July 18th— Portion of General Sherman's troops. 

Rio Hondo, New Mexico. 

1.080. July 18th— One company of the 1st New Mexico Cavalry ; Indian fight. 

Second Assault en Fort Wagner, S. C. 

1.081. July 18th— 54th Massachusetts (Colored), 6th Connecticut, 4Sth and 100th 

New York, 3d and 7th New Hampshire, 76th Pennsylvania, 9th Maine, 
62d and 67th Ohio Volunteers. 

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146 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Wytheville, W. Va. 

1.082. July 18th — 34th Ohio Volunteers and 1st and 2d West Virginia Cavalry. 

Canton, Miss. 

1.083. July 18th — 2d Wisconsin, 5th Illinois. 3d and 4th Iowa Cavalry, 76th Ohio, 

25th and 31st Iowa, and 3d, l-3th, and ITth Missouri Volunteers, and a 
battery of artillery. 

Raid, Tar River and Rocky Mount, N. C. 

1.084. July ISth to 21st— 3d and 12th New York and 1st North Carolina Battery. 

Buffington Island (also known as St. G-eorge's Creek), O. 

1.085. July 19th— 1st, 3d, 8th, 9th, 11th, and 12th Kentucky, 8th, 9th, and 12th 

Michigan, 2d and 7th Ohio, and 5th Indiana Cavalry, 45th Ohio, and 2d 
Tennessee Mounted Infantry, Militia and Union Gunboats ; capture of 
Morgan's raiders. 

Manassas Gap, Va. 

1.086. July 21st— 1st, 2d, and 5th U. S. Cavalry, Advance Cavalry, Army of the 

Potomac. 

Chester Gap, Va. 

1.087. July 21st and 22d— 8th New York, 3d Indiana, and 12th Illinois, Advance 

Cavalry, Army of the Potomac. 

Concha's Springs, New Mexico. 

1.088. July 22d — One company of New Mexico Cavalry. 

Wapping Heights (or Manassas Gap), Va. 

1.089. July 23d— 3d Corps, Army of the Fotomac, Maj. -General French. 

Big Mound, Dakota Terr. 

1.090. July 24th — 1st Minnesota Cavah-y, 3d Minnesota Battery, and fith, 7th, and 

10th Minnesota Volunteers; fight with the Sioux Indians. 
New Lisbon, O. 

1.091. July 26th — Portion of Erig.-General Shackleford's Cavalry ; surrender of 

John Morgan and the remnant of his forces. 

Dead Buffalo Lake, Dakota Terr. 

1.092. July 26th— 1st Minnesota Cavalry, 3d Minnesota Battery, 6th, 7th, and 10th 

Minnesota Volunteers ; fight with the Sioux Indians. 

Pattacassey Creek (or Mount Tabor Church), N. O. 

1.093. July 26th— Troops of the district, North Carolina. 

Marshall, Mo. 

1.094. July 28th— 4th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Richmond and Lexington, Ky. 

1.095. July 28th — Organizations not stated. 

Coldwater, Miss. 

1.096. July 28th— Illinois troops. 

Stony Lake, Dakota Terr. 

1.097. July 28th— 1st Minnesota Cavalry, 3d Minnesota Battery, 6th, 7th, and 10th 

Minnesota Volunteers ; fight with the Sioux Indians. 

St. Catharine's Creek, near Natchez, Miss. 

1.098. July 28th— Detachment of the T"^i Illinois Volunteers 



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18i'3 ] Paris, Ky. 

1.099. July 29th— Troops not specified. 

Irvine, Estill Co., Ky. 

1.100. July SOih— 14tli Kentucky Cavalry. 

Saline Co., Mo, 

1.101. July 30th— 1st and 4th Missouri Enrolled Militia. 

Missouri River, Dakota Terr. 

1.102. July 30th— 1st Minnesota Caval-y, 3d Minnesota Battery, and 6th Minne- 

sota Volunteers ; fight with Indians, 

Rappahannock Station. Kelly's Ford, and Brandy Station, Va. 

1.103. August 1st to 3d— 1st Division of Cavalry, Brig. -General Buford. 

Jackson, La. 

1.104. August 3d— 73d, 75th, and 78th U. S. Colored Troops. 

Dutch Gi-ap, James River, Va, 

1.105. August 5th — U. S. Gunboats Commodore Barney and Cohasset. 

Waterford, Va. 

1.106. August 7th — Detachments of 1st Connecticut and 6th Michigan Cavalry. 

New Madrid, Mo. 

1.107. August 7th — One company of the 24th Missouri Volunteers. 

Sparta, Tenn. 

1.108. August 9th — Cavalry of the Army of the Cumberland. 

Grenada, Miss. 
1,1C9. August 1.3th— .3d, 4fch, 9th, and 11th Illinois, 3d Michigan, and 2d Iowa 
Cavalry, and 9th Illinois Volunteers. 

Pineville, Mo. 

1.110. August 13th— 6Lh Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

West Point, White River, Ark. 

1.111. August 14th — Union Gunboats Lexington, Cricket, and Mariner, with the 

32d Iowa Volunteers. 

Pasquotank, N. C. 

1.112. August ISth — 1st New York Mounted Rifles and 11th Pennsylvania 

Cavalry. 

Pueblo, Colorado, New Mexico. 

1.113. August 18th — Three companies of the 1st New Mexico Cavalry. 

Lawrence, Kan. 

1.114. August 21st— Plunder and massacre by Quantrell. 

Coldwater, Miss. 

1.115. August 21st — 3d and 4th Iowa and 5th Illinois Cavalry. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

1.116. August 21st — Artillery of Maj. -General Rosecrans' army. 

Coyle Tavern, near Fairfax Court House, Va. 

1.117. August 24th — 2d Massachusetts Cavalry. 



148 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

King George Co., Va. 

1.118. August 24th — 3d Division Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Waynesville, Mo. 

1.119. August 25th— Detachment of the 5th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Averill's Raid in W. Va. 

1.120. August 25th to 30th — Cavalry, passed through Hardy, Pendleton, High- 

land, Bath, Greenbrier, and Pocahontas Counties. 
Brownsville, Ark. 

1.121. August 25th and 26th — Davidson's Cavalry Division, Department of Missouri. 

Perryville, Ark. 

1.122. August 26th— 6th Missouri Militia, 3d Wisconsin and 2d Kansas Cavalry, 

and 2d Indiana Battery. 

Rocky Gap, near White Sulphur Springs, Va. 

1.123. August 2()th— 2d and 3d West Virginia and 14ch Pennsylvania Cavalry, 

and 3d and 8th West Virginia Volunteers. 

Vinegar Hill, Morris Island, S. C. 

1.124. August 26th — Troops commanded by Maj. -General Q. A. Gillmore, See 

Fort Wayne, July 10th. 

Vicksburg, Miss. 

1.125. August 2Tth— 5th Heavy Artillery (U. S. Colored Troops). 

Clark's Neck, Lawrence Co,, Ky. 

1.126. August 27th— 39th Kentucky Volunteers. 

Bayou Metoe, Ark. 

1.127. August 27th — Davidson's Cavalry Division, Department of the Missouri. 

Maysville, Ala. 

1.128. August 28th— 4th Kentucky Cavalry, 

Bottom's Bridge (or Dry Creek), Va. 

1.129. August 29th — 1st New York Mounted Rifles and 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Austin, Ark. 

1.130. August 31st — Davidson's Cavalry Division, Department of the Missouri, 

Bayou Metoe, Ark. 

1.131. September 1st — Eice's Division, Department of Arkansas. 

Barbee's Cross Roads, Va. 

1.132. September 1st— Detachment of 6th Ohio Cavalry. 

Devil's Back Bone (known also as Fort Smith and Cotton Gap), Ark. 

1.133. September 1st — 1st Arkansas Volunteers, 6th Missouri Militia, 2d Kansas 

Cavalry, and 2d Indiana Battery. 

White Stone Hill, Dakota Terr. 

1.134. September 3d to 5th— 2d Nebraska, 6th Iowa", and one company of the 7th 

Iowa Cavalry ; fight with Indians. 

Limestone Station, near Telford, Tenn. 

1.135. September 5th— Five companies of the 100th Ohio Volunteers. 



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] 863. ] Moorefield, W. Va. 

1.136. September 5th— 1st West Virginia Volunteers. 

Brandy Station, "Va. 

1.137. September 6th — Cavalry, Army of the Potomac. 

Evacuation of Battery Gregg and Fort Wagner, Morris Island, S. O. 

1.138. September 7th— Ma j.- General Q. A. Gillmore''s troops and the U. S. Navy. 

Bear Skin Lake, Mo. 

1.139. September 7th— 2d Missouri Cavalry, 

Ashley's Mills, Ark. 

1.140. September 7th— Davidson's Cavalry Division, Department of the Missouri. 

Atchafalaya River, La. 

1.141. September 7th — 2d Brigade, 2d Division, 13th Corps. 

Baton Rouge, La. 

1.142. September 8th— 4th Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Night Attack on Fort Sumter, S. 0. 

1.143. September 8th — 413 Marines and Sailors, commanded by Commodore Ste- 

vens, U. S. Navy. 

Bath, Va. 

1.144. September 8th — 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Sabine Pass, La. 

1.145. September 8th — U. S. Navy, escort to the troops of the 19th Corps, com- 

manded by Maj. -General Franklin. 

Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 

1.146. September 9th — Cavalry Division and Army of the Ohio. 

Weber's Falls, Ind. Terr. 

1.147. September 9th— 2d Colorado Cavalry. 

Dardenelle, Ark. 

1.148. September 9th — 2d Kansas Cavalry and 2d Indiana Battery. 

Graysville, Ga. 

1.149. September 10th — Cavalry, Army of the Cumberland. 

Little Rock, Ark. 

1.150. September 10th — Troops of the Department of Arkansas and Cavalry Divi- 

sion of the Department of the Missouri. 

Brimstone Greek, Tenn. 

1.151. September 10th — 11th Kentucky Mounted Volunteers. 

Knoxville, Tenn., occupied. 

1.152. September 10th — Army of the Ohio, Maj. -General Burnside. 

Ringgold, Ga. 

1.153. September 11th — Advance of the 21st Corps, Army of the Cumberland. 

Dug, Alpine, and Stevens' Gap (also known as Davis' Cross Roads), Ga. 

1.154. September 11th — Advance of the Army of the Cumberland. 

Moorefield, W. Va. 

1.155. September 11th — Troops not mentioned. 



150 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Waldron, Ark. 
l,ir.6. September 11th— 14th "Kansas Cavalry. 

Sterling's Plantation, La. 

1.157. September 12th— Battery " E," 1st Mis.souri Artillery. 

Texas Co., Mo. 

1.158. September 12th — 5th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Paris, Tenn. 

1.159. September 13th— Troops not stated. 

Culpepper, Va. 

1.160. September I3th— 1st, 2d, and 3d Divisions, Cavalry Corps, Army of the 

Potomac. 

Lett's Tan Tard, near Chickamauga, Ga. 

1.161. September 13th— Wilder's Brigade of Mounted Infantry. 

Brownsville, Ark. 

1.162. September 14th and 16th— 5A Kansas Cavalry. 

Racoon Ford, Rapidan Station, Va. 

1.163. September 14th — Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Seneca Station, Buffalo Creek, Ind. Terr. 

1.164. September 14th — 1st Arkansas Volunteers. 

Vidalia, La. 

1.165. September 14th — 3d Missouri Volunteers. 

Hendricks, Miss. 

1.166. September 15th— 10th Missouri Cavalry. 

Smithfield, Va. 

1.167. September 15th — Detachments of the 1st New York and 12fch Pennsylvania 

Cavalry. 

Racoon Ford, Va. 

1.168. September 19th — Eeconnoisance by 1st Cavalry Division, Army of the Po- 

tomac. 

Chickamauga, Ga. 

1.169. September 19th and 20th— 14th Corps, Maj.-General Geo. H. Thomas; 

20th Corps, Maj.-General A. McD. McCook; 21st Corps, Maj.-General T. 
L.Crittenden; and Reserve Corps, Maj.-General G. Granger; Army of 
the Cumberland, Maj.-General W. S. Rosecrans, 

Bristol, Tenn. 

1.170. September 21st — Foster's Cavalry Brigade, Shackleford's Cavalry Division, 

of Army of the Ohio. 

White's Ford, Va. 

1.171. September 21st — Cavalry of the Army of the Potomac. 

Johnson Depot, Tenn. 

1.172. September 22d— 8th Tennessee Volunteers. 

Jack's Shop, Madison Court House, Va. 

1.173. September 22d — 1st Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 



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1863.] Carter's Station, Tenn. 

1.174. September 22d — 3d Brigade, Cavalry Division, Army of the Ohio. 

Blountsville, Tenn. 

1.175. September 22d— 2d Mounted Brigade, Cavalry Division, Army of the Ohio. 

Rockville, Md. 

1.176. September 22d— 11th New York Cavalry. 

Zoliicoffer, Tenn. 

1.177. September 24th — 3d Brigade, Cavalry Division, Army of the Ohio. 

Upperville, Va. 

1.178. September 25th— 1st Maryland Potomac Home Brigade of Cavalry. 

Red Bone Church, Mo. 

1.179. September 25th— 2d Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Calhoun (or Haguewood Prairie), Tenn. 

1.180. September 26th— Cavalry of the Army of the Ohio. 

Moffat's Station, Franklin Co. (also called Haguewood Station), Ark. 

1.181. September 27th — Detachment of the 1st Arkansas Volunteers. 

McMinnville, Tenn. 

1.182. September 28th — Troops not given. 

Sterling's Farm, near Morganzia, La. 

1.183. September 29th— 19th Iowa and 26th Indiana Volunteers. 

Swallow's Bluff, Tenn. 

1.184. September 30th — 7th Kansas and 7th Illinois Cavalry. 

Anderson's G-ap, Tenn. 

1.185. October 1st — 21st Kentucky Volunteers. 

Anderson's Cross Roads, Tenn. 

1.186. October 2d — 1st Wisconsin, 2d Indiana, and 1st Tennessee Cavalry, Army 

of the Cumberland. 

Thompson Cove, Tenn. 

1.187. October 3d — 1st Brigade, 2d Division Cavalry, and Wilder's Brigade of 

Mounted Infantry, 

McMinnville, Tenn. 

1.188. October 3d — 4th Tennessee Volunteers. 

Murfreesboro Road, Tenn. 

1.189. October 4th —2d Kentucky Cavalry and Wilder's Brigade of Mounted In- 

fantry. 

New+on, La. 

1.190. October 4th— Organizations not stated. 

Neosho, Mo. 

1.191. October 4th — Three companies of the 6th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Stockade at Stone River, Tenn. 

1.192. October 5th — One company of the 19th Michigan Volunteers. 

Harper's Ferry, Va. 

1.193. October 5th — Troops not stated. 



152 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Near Blue Springs, Tenn, 

1.194. October 5th — Portion of General Burnside's forces. 

New Albany, Miss. 

1.195. October 5th— Troops not given. 

Grlasgow, Ky, 

1.196. October 5th — 37th Kentucky Mounted Infantry. 

Wartrace, Tenn. 

1.197. October 5th— 5th Iowa Cavalry. 

Baxter Springs, near Fort Scott, Ark. 

1.198. October 6th — Detachments of the 3d Wisconsin and 14th Kansas Cavalry, 

and 12th Kansas Volunteers (83d U. S. Colored Troops) ; the prisoners 
were robbed and murdered by the rebels, commanded by Quantrell. 

Fort Blair, Waldron, Ark. 

1.199. October 6th — Detachment of 3d Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Como, Miss. 

1.200. October 7th — Troops not given. 

Shelbyville Pike, near Farmington, Tenn. 

1.201. October 7th— 1st, 2d, and 4th Ohio, and 2d Kentucky Cavalry, and Wild- 

er's Brigade of Mounted Infantrj-. 

Oharlestown, Va. 

1.202. October 8th— Troops not given. 

Salem, Miss. 

1.203. October 8th— Colonels McCrellis' and Phillips' Cavalry Brigades. 

Warsaw, Mo. 

1.204. October 8th — 7th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Sugar Creek, near Pulaski, Tenn. 

1.205. October 9th— 3d Brigade, 2d Cavalry Division. 

Rapidan, Va. 

1.206. October 10th — 1st Division Cavalry, Army of the Potomac. 

Ingham's Plantation, Miss. 

1.207. October 10th— 2d Wisconsin Cavalry, 

James City, Rappahannock (also called Robertson's Run), Va. 

1.208. October 10th— 3d Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Blue Springs, Tenn. 

1.209. October 10th— Rhackleford's Cavalry Division, and Infantry of the 9th 

Corps, Army of the Ohio. 

Vermilion Bayou, La. 

1.210. October 10th— 1st Brigade, 1st Division, lOth Corps. 

Rheato^vn, Tenn. 

1.211. October 11th— 2d Brigade, Cavalry Division, Army of the Ohio. 

Henderson's Mill, Tenn. 

1.212. October 11th— 5th Indiana Cavalry. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OP BATTLES, ETC. 153 

1863.] Collinsville, Tenn. 

1.213. October 11th— 66th Indiana Volunteers and 13th U. S. Infantry. 

Jeffersonton, Va. 

1.214. October 12th— 2d Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Ingham's Mills, near Byhalia, Miss. 

1.215. October 12th- 2d Brigade of Cavalry of the 16th Corps. 

Culpepper White Sulphur Springs (also called Warrenton Springs), Va. 

1.216. October 12th and 13th — Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Merrill's Crossing to Lamine Crossing (also known as Marshall, Arrow 
Rock, Blackwater, and Jonesboro'), Mo. 

1.217. October 12th and 13th— 1st, 4th, and 7th Mif-souri Mihtia Cavalry, Enrolled 

Militia Infantry, and 1st Missouri Militia Battery. 

Wyatt, Tallahatchee, Miss. 

1.218. October 13th— 2d Brigade, Cavalry Division, 16th Corps. 

Big Black River, Miss. 

1.219. October 13th — Eeconnoisance of Infantry and Cavalry commanded by 

Maj. -General McPherson. 

Maysville, Ala. 

1.220. October 13th — 1st Division Cavalry Corps, Army of the Cumberland, 

Blountsville, Tenn. 

1.221. October 13th — 3d Brigade, Cavalry Division, Army of the Ohio. 

Bulltown, Braxton Co., Va. 

1.222. October 13th— Detachment of the 6th and 11th West Virginia Volunteers. 

Auburn, Va. 

1.223. October 14th— Portion of the 1st Division, 2d Corps, Army of the Poto- 

mac. 

Bristoe Station, Va. 

1.224. October 14th— 2d Corps, Warren's ; portion of Syke's 5th Corps, assisted 

by 2d Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Salt Lick, Va. 

1.225. October 14th — 6th West Virginia Volunteers. 

Canton, Miss. 

1.226. October 15th — Portion of the 15th and 17th Corps, commanded by Maj. - 

General McPherson. 

McLean's Ford (also known as Liberty Mills), Va. 

1.227. October 15th — New Jersey Brigade, 3d Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Hedgeville, Va. 

1.228. October 15th— Detachment of 1st New York and 12th Pennsylvania Cav- 

alry and 116th Ohio Volunteers. 

Blackburn Ford, Va. 

1.229. October 15th— Portion of the 2d Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Brownsville, Miss. 

1.230. October 16th to 18th— Portion of the 15th and 17th Corps, Maj.-General 

McPherson. 

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154 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Cross Timbers, Mo. 
1.2:^1. October 16th— 18th Iowa Volunteers. 

Destruction of two Blockade Runners in Tampa Bay, Fla. 
1,232. October 17th — Union Gunboats Tahonia and Adele. 

Clinton, Miss. 
1,23.3. October 17th — Detachment of the Army of the Tennessee, commanded by 

Maj. -General McPherson. 

Rapidan, Va. 

1.234. October 17th— 1st Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Humansville, Mo. 

1.235. October 17th— 6th Missouri Militia Cavalry, 

Charlestown, Va. 

1.236. October 18th— 9th Maryland Volunteers. 

Berrysville, Va. 

1.237. October 18th— 34th Massachusetts Volunteers and 17th Indiana Battery. 

Buckland Mills, Va. 

1.238. October 19th — 3d Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Barton Station, Miss. 
1,2.39. October 20th— Troops of the Army of the Tennessee. 

Philadelphia, Tenn. 

1.240. October 20th to 22d— 45th Ohio Mounted Infantry, 1st, 11th, and 12th 

Kentucky Cavalry, and 24th Indiana Battery. 

Cherokee Station, Ala. 

1.241. October 21st — Osterhaus' 1st Division, 15th Corps, Army of the Tennessee. 

Opelousas, La. 

1.242. October 21st— Franklin's Division of Banks' troops. 

Beverly Ford and Rappahannock Crossing, Va. 

1.243. October 22d— 2d Pennsylvania and 1st Maine Cavalry. 

New Madrid Bend, Tenn. 

1.244. October 22d— 32d Iowa Volunteers. 

Supply Train, Tullahoma, Tenn. 

1.245. October 23d— 70th Indiana Volunteers. 

Bealton and Rappahannock Bridge, Va. 

1.246. October 24th — 1st Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 

1.247. October 24th— Cavalry, Army of the Ohio. 

OoUiersville, Tenn. 

1.248. October 25th— Troops not given. 

Pine Bluff, Ark. 

1.249. October 25th— 5th Kansas and 1st Indiana Cavalry. 

Creek Agency, Ind. Terr. 

1.250. October 25th — 1st Kansas Indian Home Guards and 2d Indiana Battery. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 155 

1863.] Cane Creek (also Bear Creek, or Tuscumbia), Ala. 

1.251. October 26th— 1st Division, Osterhaus. 15th Corps. 

Philadelphia, Tenn. 

1.252. October 26th— Confederate Official Reports. 

Vincent's Cross Roads (or Bay Springs, Tishamingo Co ), Miss. 

1.253. October 26th— 1st Alabama Union Cavalry. 

Brown's Ferry, Tenn. 

1.254. October 27th— Detachments from 5th, 6th. and 2.3d Kentucky, 1st, 6th, 

41st, 93d, and 124th Ohio, and 26th Indiana Volunteers. 

Wauhatchie, Tenn. 

1.255. October 27th— 11th Corps, and 2d Division, 12th Corps. 

Clarksville, Ark. 

1.256. October 2Sth— 3d Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Leiper's Ferry, Tenn. 

1.257. October 28th — 11th and 37th Kentucky and 112th Illinois Volunteers. 

Cherokee Station, Ala. 

1.258. October 29th— 1st Division, 15th Corps. 

Washington, N. C. 

1.259. November 1st— Organizations not given. 

Fayetteville, Tenn. 

1.260. November 1st — 4th Indiana Cavalry. 

Brazios de Santiago, Tex. 

1.261. November 2d— Troops of the 13th Corps. 

Centerville and Pine Factory, Tenn. 
1,2")2. November 3d— A mixed command under Lieuc.-Colonel SciiUy, 10th Ten- 
nessee Volunteers. 
Grand Coteau (or Bayou Bourbeaux, or Carrion Crow Bayou), La. 

1.263. November 3d— 3d and 4th Divisions, 13th Corps. 

Colliersville, Tenn. 

1.264. November 3d — Cavalry Brigade, 16th Corps. 

Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 

1.265. November 4th — 14th Michigan Mounted Infantry. 

Moscow, Tenn. 

1.266. November 4th— Cavalry Brigade, 16th Corps. 

Metly's Ford, Little Tennessee River. 

1.267. November 4th— Cavalry of the Army of the Ohio. 

Mill Point, Pocahontas Co., W. Va. 

1.268. November 5th— 14th Pennsylvania and 3d West Virginia Cavalry. 

Kincaels, Tenn. 

1.269. November 6th— Troops not stated. 

Rogersville, Tenn. 

1.270. November 6th— 7th Ohio Cavalry, 2d Tennessee Mounted Infantry, and 2d 

Illinois Battery. 



156 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Droop Mountain, Va. 

1.271. November 6th — 14th Pennsylvania, and 2d and 5th West Virginia Cav- 

ahy, 8th and 10th West Virginia, and 28th Ohio Volunteers, and Battery 
B, West Virginia Artillery. 

Rappahannock Station, Va. 

1.272. November 7th— 5th Wisconsin. 5th and 6th Maine, 49th and 119th Penn- 

sylvania, and 121st New York Volunteers, supported by the remainder of 
the 6th and portion of the 5th Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Kelly's Ford, Va. 

1.273. November 7th— 1st TJ. S. Sharpshooters, 40th New York, 1st and 20th 

Indiana, 3d and 5th Michigan, and 110th Pennsylvania Volunteers, sup- 
ported by the remainder of the 3d Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Stevensburgj Va. 

1.274. November 7th — 3d Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Clarksville, Ark. 

1.275. November 8th — 3d Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Muddy Run, near Culpepper, Va. 

1.276. November 8th— 1st Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Bayou Sara, Miss. 

1.277. November 9th— From Confederate Official Reports. 

Natchez, Miss. 

1.278. November 11th— 58th U. S. Colored Troops (6th Mississippi). 

Roseville, Ark. 

1.279. November 12th— Two companies 2d Kansas Cavalry. 

Trinity River, Cal. 

1.280. November 13th— Two companies 1st Battalion California Mountaineer 

Infantry. 

MUl Creek Valley, W. Va. 

1.281. November 13th— Troops not stated. 

Palmyra, Tenn. 

1.282. November 13th— Mounted Infantry, commanded by Captain Cutter. 

Huff's Ferr}-, Tenn. 

1.283. November 14th— 111th Ohio, 107th Illinois, 11th and 13th Kentucky, and 

23d Michigan Volunteers, and 24th Michigan Battery. 
Rockford, Tenn. 

1.284. November 14th— 1st Kentucky Cavalry and 45th Ohio Mounted Infantry. 

Marysville, Tenn. 

1.285. November 14th— 11th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Loudon Creek, Tenn. 

1.286. November 15th— 111th Ohio Volunteers. 

Lenoirs, Tenn. 

1.287. November 16th— Cavalry and Infantry of the Army of the Ohio. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 157 

1863.] Holston River, near Knoxville, Tenn. 

1.288. November 15th— 11th Kentucky, 45th Ohio, and 37th Kentucky Mounted 

Infantry. 

Charles City Cross Roads, Va. 

1.289. November 16th — Cavalry expedition, commanded by Colonel West. 

Campbell Station, Tenn. 

1.290. November 16th — 9th Corps, 2d Division, 23d Corps, and Cavalry, Army of 

the Ohio, 

Siege of Knoxville, Tenn. 

1.291. November 17th to December 4th — Ai-my of the Ohio. 

Willow Creek, Cal. 

1.292. November 17th — 1st California Battalion Mountaineer Infantry. 

Mount Jackson, Va. 

1.293. November 17th— 1st New York Cavalry. 

Mustang Island, near Aranzas Pass, Tex. 

1.294. November 17th — 13th and 14th Maine, o4th Iowa, and 8th Indiana Volun- 
teers, and Battery F, 1st Missouri Artillery. 

Carrion Crow Bayou, La. 

1.295. November 18th— 6th Missouri Cavalry. 

Union City, Tenn. 

1.296. November 19th- 2d Illinois Cavalry. 

Waterproof, La. 

1.297. November 21st — Steamer Welcome. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

1.298. November 23d to 25th— 4th Corps and 14th Corps, Army of the Cumber- 

land ; 11th Corps and Geary's Division of the 12th Corps ; and 15th Corps, 
Army of the Tennessee ; this includes Orchard Knob on the 23d, Look- 
out Mountain on the 24th, and Missionary Kidge on the 25th. 

Barnwell's Island, S. C. 

1.299. November 24th— 33d U. S. Colored Troops, 1st South Carolina. 

G-reenville, N. 0. 

1.300. November 25th— 12th New York Cavalry, 1st North Carolina Volunteers, 

and 24th New York Battery. 

Bonfouca, La. 

1.301. November 26th — 31st Massachusetts Volunteers and 4th Massachusetts 

Battery. 

Sparta, Tenn. 
1,.S02. November 26th— 1st Tennessee and 9th Pennsj-lvania Cavalry. 
Bersheeba Springs, Tenn. 

1.303. November 26th — Alabama and Tennessee Scouts. 

Warm Springs, N. 0. 

1.304. November 26th — Troops not given. 

Kingston, Tenn. 

1.305. November 26th— Cavalry, Army of the Ohio. 



158 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Operations at Mine Run, Va. 

1.306. November 26th to 28th— 1st. 2cl, 3d, 5th, and 6th Corps, and 1st and 2d 

Cavalry Divisions, Army of the Potomac ; indudes engagements at 
Eaccoo7iford, BartleU\s MilU, Robertson's Taverii, and New Hope, and Ls 
also known as Locust Grove, Payne's Tavern, and Orange Grove. 
Ringgold, Gre7sville, Pea Vine Creek, and Taylor's Ridge, Ga. 

1.307. November 2Tth — Johnson's Division, 14th Corps ; Osterhaus" Division, 15th 

Corps ; and Geary's Division, 12th Corps. 
Cleveland, Tenn. 

1.308. November 27th— 2d Brig.ule, 2d Cavalry Division, Colonel Eli Long. 

Fort Esperanza, Tex. 

1.309. November 27th to 29th— 8th and ISth Indiana, 33d and 99th Illinois, 23d and 

S4th Iowa, 13th and 15th Maine Volunteers. 7th Michigan, apd Company 

F, 1st Missouri Battery, portions of 1st and 2d Divisions, 13th Corp.s. 

Louisville, Tenn. 

1.310. November 28th— 6th Illinois Cavalry. 

Fort Sanders, Knoxville, Tenn. 

1.311. November 29th— Army of the Ohio ; during siege of Knoxville. 

Salyersville, Ky. 

1.312. November 30th— 14th Kentucky Volunteers. 

Ripley, Miss. 

1.313. December 1st— 2d Brigade, Cavalry Division, Army of the Tennessee. 

Walker's Ford, Clinch River, W. Va. 

1.314. December 2d — 5th Indiana and 14th Illinois Cavalry, 21st Ohio Battery, 

65th, 116th, and 118th Indiana Volunteers 
Salisbury, Tenn. 

1.315. December 3d — 2d Brigade, Cavalry Division, 16th Corps. 

Niobrera, Neb. 

1.316. December 4th~0ne company 7th Iowa Cavalry. 

Moscow Station (or Wolf River Bridge), Miss. 

1.317. December 4th — Cavalry Division, 16th Corps. 

Clinch Mountain, Tenn 

1.318. December 6th — Cavalry, Army of the Ohio. 

Natchez, Miss. 

1.319. December 7th— One company 4th Iowa Cavaliy, 

Creelsboro', Ky. 

1.320. December 7th— 13th Kentucky Cavalry, 

Celina, Tenn. 

1.321. December 7th — 13th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Princeton, Ark. 

1.322. December 8th — Detachment of Cavalry. 

Averill's Raid, Southwestern Va. 

1.323. December 8th to 21st— 2d, 3d, 4th. and 8th West Virginia Mounted Infan- 

try, 14th Pennsylvania, and Dodson's Battalion Cavalry, and Battery 

G, West Virginia Artillery. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 159 

1863.] Bean's Station, Tenn. 

1.324. December 10th— Bond's Brigade of Cavalry, Army of the Ohio. 

Morristown, Tenn. 

1.325. December 10th— Garrard's Brigade of Cavalry, Army of the Ohio. 

Moresburg, Tenn. 

1.326. December 10th— Cavalry, Army of the Ohio. 

Duval's Bluff, Ark. 

1.327. December 12th— 8th Missouri Cavalry. 

Big Sewell and Meadow Bluff, W. Va. 
1,828. December 12th— 12th Ohio Volunteers. 

Bean's Station, Tenn. .. 

1.329. December 14th — Cavalry Division, Army of the Ohio. 

Sangster's Station, Va. 

1.330. December 15th— 150th New York Volunteers. 

Blain's Cross Roads, Tenn. 

1.331. December 16th — Army of the Ohio. 

Rodney, Miss, 

1.332. December 17th and 24th — 1st Mississippi Marine Brigade, Cavalry and 

Infantry. 

Indian Town, N. 0. 
1,3.33. December 18th— 36th U. S. Colored Troops, 2d North Carolina, and 5th 
U. S. Colored Troops. 

Barren Fork, Ind. Terr. 

1.334. December 19th— 1st and .3d Kansas Indian Home Guards. 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

1.335. December 22d — From Confederate sources. 

Jacksonport, Ark, 
1,886. December 23d — Sd Missouri Cavalry. 

Bolivar and Summerville, Tenn. 
1,337. December 24th and 25th— 7th Illinois Cavalry. 

Lafayette, Tenn. 

1,3.38. December 25th— 117th Illinois Volunteers. 

Legarsville, Stone Inlet, S. O. 

1.339. December 25th— U. S. Gunboat Marblehead. 

Port Gibson, Miss. 

1.340. December 26th— Mississippi Marine Brigade of Infantry and Cavalry. 

Colliersville, Tenn. 

1.341. December 27th and 28th— Cavalry of the Army of the Tennessee. 

Charleston, Tenn. 

1.342. December 28th— Detachments of Infantry and Cavalry, commanded by 

Colonel Laibold, 2d Missouri Volunteers, and 4th Ohio Cavalry, guarding 
a wagon train. 



160 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Talbot's Station and Mossy Creek, Tenn. 

1.343. December 29th— 1st Brigade, 2d Division, 2.3d Corps, 1st Tennessee, 1st 

Wisconsin, and 2d and 4th Indiana Cavalry, and 24th Indiana Battery. 

Matagorda Bay, Tex. 

1.344. December 29th and 30th — Three companies of the 13th Maine and Gunboat 

Sciota. 

St. Augustine, Fla. 

1.345. December SOth — 10th Connecticut and 24th Massachusetts Volunteers. 

Greenville, N. 0. 

1.346. December SOth— Detachment of the 12th New York, 23d New York Battery, 

and 1st North Carolina Volunteers. 

Waldron, Ark. 

1.347. December SOth — 2d Kansas Cavalry. 



1864.— (779.) 



Rectortown (or Five Points), Va. 

1.348. January 1st — 1st Maryland Cavalry, Potomac Home Brigade. 

Jonesville, Va, 

1.349. January 3d— Detachment of the 16th Illinois Cavalry and 22d Ohio Battery. 

Fort Sumner, New Mexico. 

1.350. January 4th - Company B, 2d California, Apaches, and citizens; fight 

with the Navajo Indians. 

Martin's Creek, Ark. 

1.351. January 7th— 11th Missouri Cavalry. 

Madisonville, La. 

1.352. January 7th— Troops not specified. 

Petersburg, W. Va. 

1.353. January 8th — Troops not specified. 

Turman's Ferry, Ky. 

1.354. January 9th — 39th Kentucky Volunteers. 

London Heights, Va. 

1.355. January lOth — 1st Maryland Potomac Home Brigade. 

Strawberry Plains, Tenn. 

1.356. January 10th — Cavalry. 

Mayfield, Ky. 
1,.357. January 12th — 58th Illinois Volunteers. 

Mossy Creek, Tenn. 
1,358. January 1.3th— Cavalry, commanded by Colonel Cook. 

Middleton, Tenn. 
1,.359. January 14th — .SSth Iowa Volunteers. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 161 

1864.] Bealton, Va. 

1.360. Januarj' 14th — One company 9th Massachusetts Volunteers. 

Terrisville, Cosby Creek, Tenn. 

1.361. January 14th— Detachments of the 15th Pennsylvania and 10th Ohio Cav- 

alry. 

Grand Gulf, Miss, 
1,382. January 16th to 18th— Cavalry and Infantry of the Mississippi Marine 
Brigade. 

Dandridge, Tenn. 

1.363. January 16th to 17th— Cavalry Division, Army of the Ohio, and Infantry, 

4th Corps. 

Lewisburg, Ark. 

1.364. January 17th — Detachment of 2d Arkansas Cavalry. 

Branchville (or Ivy Ford, near Pine Bluff), Ark. 

1.365. January 19th — 5th Kansas Cavalry. 

Island No. 76, Miss. 

1.366. January 20th— Battery E, 2d Colored Light Artillery. 

Tracy City, Tenn. 

1.367. January 20th— Detachment of the 20th Connecticut Volunteers. 

Near Dalton, Ga. 

1.368. January 21st — 28th Kentucky Mounted Infantry and 4th Michigan Cavalry. 

Armstrong Ferry, Tenn. 

1.369. January 22d — Troops not specified. 

Rolling Prairie, Ark. 

1.370. January 23d— 11th Missouri Cavalry. 

Baker Springs, Caddo Gap, Ark. 

1.371. January 24th— 2d and 6th Kansas Cavalry. 

Tazewell, Tenn. 

1.372. January 24th— 34th Kentucky, 116th and 118th Indiana Volunteers, 11th 

Tennessee Cavalry, and 11th Michigan Battery. 
Athens, Ala. 

1.373. January 25th— Troops not stated. 

Florence, Ala. 

1.374. January 26th— Troops commanded by Colonel A. 0. Miller, 72d Indiana 

Volunteers. 

Cameron, Va. 

1.375. January 27th— Train on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad. 

Fair Gardens (or French Broad and Kelly's Ford, near Seviersville), Tenn. 

1.376. January 27th— Cavalry Division, Army of the Ohio. 

Scott's Mills Road, near Knoxville, Tenn. 

1.377. January 27th— 13th Kentucky and 23d Michigan Volunteers. 

Tunnell Hill, Ga. 

1.378. January 28th— Part of 14th Corps, Army of the Cumberland. 



162 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Oregon Mountains. 

1.379. January 28th— Ipt California Cavalry. 

Medley, near Williamsport, W. Va. 

1.380. January 20th — 23d Illinois, 2d Maryland Potomac Home Brigade, 1st and 

14th West Virginia Volunteers, and 4th West Virginia and Ringgold's 
(Pa.) Cavalry. 

Cumberland G-ap, Tenn. 

1.381. January 29th— Troops not stated. 

Canon de Chelly. 

1.382. January Troops commanded by Colonel Kit Carson ; fight with Indians. 

Bachelor Creek, Newport Barracks, and Newbern, N. C. 

1.383. February 1st, 2d, and 3d— 132d New York, 9th Vermont, 17th Massachusetts, 

and 2d North Carolina Volunteers, 12th New York Cavalry, and 3d New 
York Artillery. 

Smithfield, Va. 

1.384. February 1st— Detachments of the 3d Pennsylvania Artillery, 20th New 

York Cavalrj-, 99th New York and 21st Connecticut Volunteers, and a 
detachment of Seamen from the U. S. Steamer Minnesota, on the Gun- 
boat Smith Briggs. 

Waldron, Ark. 

1.385. February 1st— 2d Kansas Cavalry. 

New Creek Valley, W. Va. 

1.386. February 1st — One company of Infantry. 

Expedition up the Yazoo, Miss. 

1.387. February 1st to March 8th— 11th Illinois, 47th U. S. Colored Troops (8th 

Louisiana), 3d U. S. Colored Cavalry (1st Mississippi), and a portion of 
Rear- Admiral Porter's Fleet. 

Lebanon, Ala. 

1.388. February 3d — Detachment from the Army of the Cumberland. 

Liverpool Heights, Miss. 

1.389. February 3d— 11th Illinois Volunteers and 47th U. S. Colored Troops (8th 

Louisiana). 

Patterson Creek, W. Va. 

1.390. February 3d— Troops not given. 

Springfield, W. Va. 

1.391. February 3d — Cavalry, commanded by Lieut. -Colonel Thompson. 

Expedition from Vicksburg to Meridian, Miss. 

1.392. February 3d to March 5th— Veatch's and A. J. Smith's Divisions, 16th 

Corps ; Leggett's and Crocker's Divisions, 17th Corps, with 5th and 11th 
Illinois, 4th Iowa, 10th Missouri, and Foster's Ohio Battalion of Cavalry. 

Rolling Prairie, Mo. 

1.393. February 4th— 8th Missouri Militia Cavalrj-. 

Hot Springs, Ark. 

1.394. February 4th— 3d Missouri Cavalry. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 163 
1864.] 

Champion Hills, Baker's Creek, Raymond, and Bolton Depot, Miss. 

1.395. Febniary 4th — 10th Missouri, 4th Iowa, 5th and 11th Illmois, and Foster's 

Battalion Ohio Cavalry, and a portion of the 17th Corps ; part of expedi- 
tion to Meridian, Miss. ; also designated Big Black River. 

Moorefield, W. Va. 

1.396. February 4th — Portion of the troops of the Department of "West Virginia, 

commanded by Colonel J. A. Mulligan, 2.3d Illinois Volunteers. 

Clinton and Jackson, Miss. 

1.397. February 5th — Cavalry and a portion of the I7th Corps; expedition to 

Meridian. 

Quallatown (or Deep Creek), N. C. 

1.398. February 5th~Detachment of the 14th Illinois Cavalry. 

Cape Girardeau, Mo. 

1.399. February 5th — 2d Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Wyatt's, Miss, 

1.400. February 5th— 114th Illinois Volunteers. 

Bolivar, Tenn. 

1.401. February 6th — Detachment of the 7th Indiana Cavalry. 

Morton's Ford, Va. 

1.402. February 8th — Eeconnoissance by a part of the 2d Corps, Army of the 

Potomac. 

Barnett's Ford, Va. 

1.403. February 7th — 1st Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Vidalia, La. 

1.404. Fobmary 7th— 6th U. S. Colored Heavy Artillery, 2d Mississippi, 64th U. S. 

Colored Troops, 7th Louisiana, and 3Uth Missouri Volunteers. 

Morton, Miss. 

1.405. February 8th — Cavalry of Maj. -General Sherman's forces ; expedition to 

Meridian. 

Donaldsonville, La. 

1.406. February 8th — 4th Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Near Point Washington, Fla. 

1.407. February 9th — Detachment of the 7th Vermont Volunteers. 

Morgan's Mills, Spring River, White Co., Ark. 

1.408. February 9th — Detachment of the 11th Missouri and 1st Nebraska Cavalry, 

and 4th Arkansas Infantry. 

Barber's Place, South Fork, St. Mary's River, Fla. 

1.409. February 9th and 10th — 40th Massachusetts Mounted Volunteers and In- 

dependent Battalion Mas.'^achusetts Cavalry. 

Smith's Raids from Germantown, Tenn. 
J, 410. February 10th to 25th— 4th Missouri, 2d New Jersey, 7th Indiana, 19th 
Pennsylvania, 2d Iowa, 2d, .3d, 6th, 7th, and 9th Illinois, 3d Tennessee, 
4th U. S., and 5th Kentucky Cavalry, 72d Indiana Mounted Infantry and 
other regiments composing Smith's and G-rierson's Divisions of Cavalry ; 
co-operation with Sherman's expedition to Meridian. 



164 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Rock House, Wayne Co., W. Va. 

1.411. February 12th— 14th Kentucky Infantry. 

Caddo G-ap and Scott's Farm, Ark. 

1.412. February 12th— 2d Kansas Cavalry. 

Lake City, Fla. 

1.413. February 12th — 40th Massachusetts Volunteers and Independent Battalion 

Massachusetts Cavalry. 

Decatur, Miss. 

1. 414. February 12th — One regiment of the 16th Corps, guarding a wagon train ; 

expedition to Meridian, 

Chunky Station, Miss. 

1.415. February 12th— 20th, 29th, 31st, 45th, and 124th Illinois Volunteers, 17th 

Corps ; expedition to Meridian. 

Vicksburg, Miss. 

1.416. February 13th— 52d U. S. Colored Troops and 2d Mississippi. 

Tunnell Hill, Miss. 

1.417. February 13th — Cavalry advance of General Sherman's forces; expedition 

to Meridian. 

Ross Landing, G-rand Lake, Ark. 

1.418. February 14th — 51st U. S. Colored Troops and 1st Mississippi, 

Meridian, Miss. 

1.419. February 14th — Occupation by Maj.- General Sherman's forces ; expedition 

to Meridian. 

Gainesville, Fla. 

1.420. February 14th — 40th Massachusetts Volunteers, 

Brentsville, Va. 

1.421. February 14th— 13th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Waterproof, La. 

1.422. February 14th and 15th— 49th U. S. Colored Troops, 11th Louisiana, and 

Gunboat Forest Rose. 

Lauderdale Springs, Miss. 

1.423. February 16th — 32d Wisconsin Volunteers and an Indiana regiment; ex- 

pedition to Meridian. 

Marion, Miss, 

1.424. February 17th — Portion of the 17th Corps; expedition to Meridian. 

Loss of the Housatonic. 
■^ 1,425. February 17th — Charleston Harbor, S. C. 

G-rosse Tete Bayou, La. 

1.426. February 19th— 4th Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Waugh's Farm, near Batesville, Independence Co., Ark. 

1.427. February 19th— 11th Missouri Cavalry and 4th Arkansas Infantry. 

Holston River, Tenn. 

1.428. February 20th— 4th Tennessee Volunteers. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 165 

1864 ] Olustee (also Ocean Pond and Silver Lake), Fla. 

1.429. February 20th— 47th, 48th, and 115th New York, ^th Connecticut, 7th New 

Hampshire, and 40th Massachusetts Volunteers, 1st Massachusetts Cav- 
alry, 54th Massachusetts Colored Troops, 1st North Carolina Colored 
Troops, 8th U. S. Colored Troops, 1st and 3d U.S. Artillery, and 3d Rhode 
Island Artillery. 

Prairie Station, Miss. 

1.430. February 20th— Smith's raid in Mississippi. 

West Point, Miss. 

1.431. February 21st — Smith's raid in Mississippi. 

Powell's River Bridge, Tenn. 

1.432. February 22d— Two companies of the 34th Kentucky Infantry. 

Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 

1.433. February 22d — Ono company of the 91st Indiana Volunteers. 

Mulberry G-ap (or Wyerraan's Mills), Tenn. 

1.434. February 22d— yth Tennessee Cavalry. 

Ocalona and Mount Ivy (or Ivy Kills), Miss. 

1.435. February 22d — Brig.-General W. S. Smith's and B. F. Grierson's Cavalry 

Division. 

Drainsville, Va. 

1.436. February 22d — Detachment of 2d Massachusetts Cavalry. 

Luna Landing, Ark. 

1.437. February 22d — 1st Mississippi Marine Brigade (Missouri Volunteers). 

Willmarsh Island, S. C. 

1.438. February 22d — 85th Pennsylvania and 4th New Hampshire Volunteers. 

Johnson's Mills, White Co., Tenn. 

1.439. February 22d — Detachment of the 5th Tennessee Cavalry ; prisoners 

killed by Champ Ferguson's Guerillas. 

Calfkiller Creek, Tenn. 

1.440. February 23d — 5th Tennessee Cavalry. 

Buzzard Roost and Tunnell Hill, Rocky Face Ridge, Ga. 

1.441. February 25th to 27th — 4th and 14Lh Corps and Cavalry Corps, Army of the 

Cumberland. 

Near Canton, Miss. 

1.442. February 27th and 28th — Foraging detachments, one of the 3d Iowa and 

another of the .32d Iowa Volunteers. 

Kilpatrick's Raid from Stevensburg to Richmond, Va. 

1.443. February 28th to March 4th — Division of Cavalry, Army of the Potomac. 

Dukedom, Ky. 

1.444. February 28th -7th Tennessee Cavalry. 

Near Yazoo City, Miss. 

1.445. February 28th — 3d U. S. Colored Cavalry and 1st Mississippi. 

Newbern, N. C. 

1.446. February 29th — Troops not given. 



166 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Taylorsville, South Anna River, Va. 

1.447. February 29th— 6th New York Cavalry ; Kilpatrick's raid. 

Stanardsville and Burton's Ford, Rapidan, Va. 

1.448. March 1st— 1st, 2d, 5th. and 6th U. S., 6th Pennsylvania, 1st New York, 

and 1st New Jersey Cavalry. 

Brook's Turnpike, Richmond Fortifications, Va. 

1.449. March 1st— Cavalry, Army of the Potomac ; Kilpatrick's raid. 

Atlee's, Bidnella Cross Roads, Va. 

1.450. March 1st— Cavalry, Army of the Potomac ; Kilpatrick'a raid. 

Near Walkertown, Va. 

1.451. March 2d— 2d New Y'ork Cavalry ; Kilpatrick\s raid. 

Harrisonburg, La. 
1,-152. March 2d — Mississippi Squadron, Hear- Admiral Porter. 
Tunstall Station, Va. 

1.453. March 3d— 7th Michigan and 1st Vermont Cavalry ; Kilpatrick's raid. 

Rodney, Miss. 

1.454. March 4th— Cavalry and Infantry, Mississippi Marine Brigade. 

Panther Springs, Tenn. 

1.455. March 5th — One company 3d Tennessee. 

Yazoo City, Miss. 

1.456. March 5th— 3d U. S. Colored Cavalry (1st Mississippi), 47th U. S. Colored 

Troops (8th Louisiana), and 11th Illinois Volunteers; expedition up 
Yazoo River. 

Coleman's, Miss. 

1.457. March 5th — Mississippi Marine Brifjade. 

Flint Creek, Ark. 

1.458. Inarch 6th— 14th Kansas Cavalry. 

Decatur, Ala. 

1.459. March 7th — Troops of the Army of the Tennessee, commanded by General 

Dodge. 

Suffolk, Va. 

1.460. March 9th— 2d U. S. Colored Cavalry. 

Cabletown, Va. 

1.461. March 10th— 1st New York Veteran Cavalry. 

Carrolton Store, Va. 

1.462. March 13th— 1st New York Mounted Rifles and 11th Pennsj^lvania Cav- 

alry. 

Cheek's Cross Roads, Tenn. 

1.463. March 14th— Cavalry, commanded by Colonel Garrard, 7th Ohio Cavalry. 

Fort de Russy, La. 
1,46\ March 14th— Detachments of the I6th and 17th Army Corps, and Missis- 
sippi Squadron. 

Clarendon, Ark. 
1,465. March 15th— 8th Missouri Cavalry. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LLST OF BATTLES, ETC. 167 

1 864. ] Fort Pillow, Tenn. 

I,4tj6. March 16th— Troops not stated. 

Manchester, Tenn. 

1.467. March 17th — 5th Tennessee Cavalry. 

Monticello, Ark. 

1.468. March 18th — 7th Missouri Cavalry. 

Oalfkiller River, Tenn. ; 

1.469. March 18th— 5th Tennessee Cavalry. 

Bersheba Springs, Tenn. 

1.470. March 20th— 5th Tennessee Cavalry. 

Henderson Hills (or Bayou Rapides), La. 

1.471. March 21st — Detachment 16th Corps and Cavalry 19th Corps. 

Union City, Ky. 

1.472. March 24th — 7th Tennessee Cavalry. 

Fort Anderson, Paducah, Ky 

1.473. March 25th— 16th Kentucky Cavalry, 122d Illinois Infantry, and 8th U. S. 

Colored Heavy Artillery (1st Kentucky). 

Longview, Ark. 

1.474. March 26th — 5th Kansas and 7th Missouri Cavalry, and 28th Wisconsin 

Volunteers. 

Danville, Ark. 

1.475. March 2Jth — 2d Kansas Cavalry. 

Arkadelphia, Ark. 

1.476. March 28th— Advance Cavalry, 7th Corps. 

Charleston, 111. 

1.477. March 28th — Portion 54th Illinois Volunteers attacked by a mob of Copper- 

heads while assembling from veteran furlough. 

Bolivar, Tenn. 

1.478. March 29tb — 6th Tennessee Cavalry. 

Mount Elba, Ark. 

1.479. March .30th — 7th Missouri and 5th Kansas Cavalry, and 28th Wisconsin 

Volunteers. 

G-rosse Tete Bayou, La. 

1.480. March 30th— Detachment of 118th Illinois Volunteers. 

Natchitoches, LcL 

1.481. March 31st— Cavalry 19th Corps ; Red River expedition. 

Roach's, or Brook's, Plantation, near Snydersville, Miss. 

1.482. March olst— 3d U. S. Colored Cavalry (1st Mississippi). 

Near the Rappahannock, Va. 

1.483. April 1st — Patrol of 1st Connecticut Cavalry. 

Fitzhugh's Woods, Augusta, Ark. 

1.484. April 1st— 3d Minnesota Volunteers and 8th Missouri Cavalry. 



168 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Antoine, Ark. 

1.485. April 2d — ISth Illinois and 1st Iowa Cavalry; Steele's expedition in co- 

operation with Banks' expedition. 

Spoonville, Terre Noire Creek, Ark, 

1.486. April 2d — 29th Iowa, 50th Indiana, and 9th Wisconsin Volunteers, and 1st 

Missouri Cavalry ; Steele's expedition. 

Crump's Hill (also Pine Woods), La. 

1.487. April 2d— 14th New York, 2d Louisiana, 2d Illinois, and 16th Missouri 

Cavalry, and 5th U. S. Colored Artillery ; Banks' Red River expedition. 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

1.488. April 2d— 1st Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

1.489. April 2d — One company 14th New York Cavalry. 

Okalona, Ark. 

1.490. April 3d — 1st Missouri and l^th Illinois Cavalry, and 27th Wisconsin, 40th 

Iowa, 77th Ohio, and 43d Illinois Volunteers, of 1st and 3d Divisions, 7th 
Corps ; Steele's expedition. 

Campti, La. 

1.491. April 4th— 2d and ISth New York and 3d Rhode Island Cavalry. 35th 

Iowa and 5th Minnesota Volunteers ; Banks' Red River expedition. 

Elkin's Ford, Little Missouri River, Ark. 

1.492. April 4th to 6th— 43d Indiana, 29th and 36th Iowa Volunteers, Battery E, 

2d Missouri Artillery, and 1st Iowa Cavalry ; Steele's expedition. 

Roseville, Ark. 

1.493. April 5th — 75 men of the 2d and 6th Kansas Cavalry. 

Stone's Farm, Ark. 

1.494. April 5th — 26 men of the 6th Kansas Cavalry, 11 of whom were captured 

and killed by guerillas. 

Quicksand Creek, Ky. 

1.495. April 6th — Company I, 14th Kentucky Volunteers. 

Wilson's Farm, La. 

1.496. April 7th — Advance Cavalry, 19th Corps ; Banks' Red River expedition. 

Harney Lake Valley, Or. 

1.497. April 7th — 1st Oregon Cavalry. 

Plain's Store, near Port Hudson, La. 

1.498. April 7th— Detachment of the 118th Illinois and 21bt New York Battery, 

and 3d Illinois Cavalry. 

Pembescott Bayou, near Osceola, Ark. 

1.499. April 8th— Battery I, 2d Missouri Light Artillery. 

Wolf River, Tenn. 

1.500. April 8th — Cavalry, commanded by General Grierson. 

Sabine Cross Roads (also known as Mansfield and Pleasant Grove), La. 

1.501. April 8th— Cavalry Division, 3d and 4th Divisions, 13th Corps ; 1st Division, 

19th Corps, Army of the Department of the Gulf, under Banks. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 169 

1864.] Pleasant Hills, La. 

1.502. April 9th — Cavalry Division, 1st and 3d Divisions, 16th Corps ; 1st Division, 

19th Corps ; Banks' Red River expedition. 

Prairie D'Ann, Ark. 

1.503. April 10th to 13th— 1st Arkansas, 18th, 29th, 83d, 36th, and 40th Iowa, 50th 

Indiana, 43d Illinois, 27th Wisconsin, and 12th Kansas Volunteers, 2d 
and 3d Missouri, 13th Illinois, 2d, 6th, and 14th Kansas and 1st Iowa 
Cavalry, Battery A, 3d Illinois, and 2d Indiana Artillery ; Steele's expe- 
dition. 

Little Cacapon, Va. 

1.504. April 10th — Company K, 54th Pennsylvania Volunteers. 

Fort Pillow, Tenn. 

1.505. April 12th— 11th U. S. Colored Troops (6th IT. S. Colored Heavy Artillery 

and 1st Alabama), Battery F, 2d U. S. Colored Light Artillery, and Brad- 
ford's Battalion of 13th Tennessee Cavalry, about 600 men. 

Fremont's Orchard, near Denver, Col. Terr. 

1.506. April 12th— Two companies of the 1st Colorado Cavalry. 

Pleasant Hill (or Blair's Landing), La. 

1.507. April 12th — Ironclads Osage and Lexington, and troops of 17th Corps on 

transports ; Red River expedition. 

Indian Bay, Ark. 

1.508. April 13th— 56th U. S. Colored Troops (3d Arkansas), 

Florence, Ala. 

1.509. April 13th— Detachment of the 9th Ohio Cavah-y. 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

1.510. April 13th— 1st Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Moscow, Ark. 

1.511. April 13th— ISth Iowa Volunteers, 2d Indiana Battery, and 6th Kansas 

Cavalry ; Steele's raid in Arkansas. 

Paintsville, Ky. 

1.512. April 13th— Kentucky Volunteers, commanded by Colonel Gallup, 14th 

Kentucky. 

Smithfield (or Cherry Grove), Va. 

1.513. April 14th— 9th New Jersey, 23d and 2oth Massachusetts, and 118th New 

York Volunteers. 

Half Mount, Magoffin Co., Ky. 

1.514. April 14th — Kentucky Volunteers, commanded by Colonel Gallup, 14th 

Kentucky. 

Dutch Mills, Ark. 

1.515. April 14th — 6th Kansas Cavalry ; Steele's raid. 

Bristoe Station, Va. 

1.516. April 15th — 13th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Liberty Post-Office, Ark. 

1.517. April 15th— 29th Iowa, 50th Indiana, and 9th Wisconsin Volunteers; 

Steele's campaign. 

XIII.— 8 



170 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Occupation of Camden, Ark, 

1.518. April 1.5th and Kith — Advance of 17th Corps ; Steele's campaign. 

King's River, Carroll Co., Ark. 

1.519. April 16th— 2d Arkansas Cavalry. 

Scullyville, Ind. Terr. 

1.520. April 16th — 3d Kansas Indian Home Guards. 

Plymouth, W. O. 

1.521. April 17th to 20th— S5th New York, 103d Pennsylvania, and 16th Connecti- 

cut, assisted by the Navy, under Lieut.-Commander Flusser ; include.<i 
engagements at Forts Gray, Wessells, and Williams, 

Decatur, Ala. 

1.522. April 17th — 25th Wisconsin Volunteers. 

Poison Springs, eight miles from Camden, Ark. 

1.523. April 18th— Forage Train, 18th Iowa Volunteers, 79th U. S. Colored Troops 

(2d Kansas), and 6th Kansas Cavalry ; Steele's campaign. 

Boyken's Mills, S. C. 

1.524. April 1 8th -54th Massachusetts U. S. Colored Troops. 

Pound G-ap, Ky. 

1.525. April 19th— 45th Kentucky Volunteers. 

Natchitoches, La. 

1.526. April 19th— 4th Brigade, Cavalry Divi.'iion, 19th Corps ; Banks' expedition. 

Waterproof, La. 

1,827. April 20th— 6od TJ. S. Colored Troops (9th Louisiana). 

Cotton Plant, Cache River, Ark. 

1.528. April 21st— 8th Missouri Cavalry. 

Red Bone, Miss. 

1.529. April 21st — 2d Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Near Tunica Bend. Red River, La. 

1.530. April 22d — Three companies of the 3d Rhode Island Cavalry on transports, 

Bwan Lake, Ark, 
1,.531, April 23d— 5th Kansas Cavalry. 

Moneti's Bluff, Cana River, La. 

1.532. April 23d— Cavalry Division and 3d Brigade, 1st Division, 19th Corps, and 

3d Division, 13th Corps ; Banks" Red River expedition. 

Cloutersville, La. 

1.533. April 23d and 24th— Portions of 13th, 17th, and 19th Corps ; Red River ex- 

pedition. 

Nickajack Trace, Ga. 

1.534. April 23d— Detachment of the 92d Illinois Volunteers. 

Jacksonport, Ark. 

1.535. April 24th— 1st Nebraska Cavalry. 

Wautauga Bridge (or Carter's Station), Tenn. 

1,636. April 25th and 26th— 10th Michigan Cavalry. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 171 

1864.] Marks' Mills, Ark. 

1.537. April 25th— 36th Iowa, 77th Ohio, and 4od Indiana Volunteers, Battery E, 

2d Missouri Light Artillery, and 1st Indiana and 7th Missouri Cavalry ; 
Steele's campaign in Arkansas. 

Red River, La. 

1.538. April 26th— U. S. Gunboats Cricket and Fort Hindman. 

More Creek, Ark. 

1.539. April 26th— 33d and 40th Iowa Volunteers, and 5th Kansas, 2d and 4th Mis- 

souri, and 1st Iowa Cavalry ; Steele's campaign. 

Alexandria, La. 

1.540. April 26th — 14th New York and 6th Missouri Cavalry ; Red River e.x:pe- 

dition. 

Offetts Knob, Mo. 

1.541. April 28th — Ist Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Princeton, Ark. 

1.542. April 29th— 40th Iowa and 43d Illinois Volunteers, 3d Illinois Battery, and 

6th Kansas Cavalry. 

Snia Hills, Mo. 

1.543. April 29th— 2d Colorado Cavalry. 

Jenkins' Ferry, Saline River, Ark. 

1.544. April 30th— 77th Ohio, 4th, 18th, 29th, .33d, 36th, and 40th Iowa, Ist Arkan- 

sas, 12th Kansas, 9th and 27th Wisconsin, and 43d Illinois Volunteers ; 
79th (1st Kansas) and 83d (2d Kansas) U. S. Colored Troops, Battery A, 
3d Illinois and 2d Indiana Battery, and 1st Iowa. 2d, 6th, and 14th Kan- 
sas, 1st and 2d Missouri, and 13th Illinois Cavalry, 3d Division of the 
17th Corps ; B.inks' expedition. 

Jacksonville, Fla, 

1.545. May 1st— 7th U. S. Colored Troops. 

Hudnot's Plantation, La. 

1.546. May 1st— Cavalry of the 19th Corps. 

Ashwood Landing, La. 

1.547. May 1st to 4th— 64th U. S. Colored Troops. 

Clinton, La. 

1.548. May 1st — Troops not stated. 

Near Alexandria, La. 

1.549. May 1st to 8th— Portions of the Cavalry of the 13th and 19th Corps ; Banks' 

Red River expedition. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

1.550. May 2d- 7th Kansas Cavalry. 

Governor Moore's Plantation, La. 

1.551. May 2d— 83d Ohio Volunteers and 3d Rhode Island Cavalry. 

Cedar Bluffs, Col. Terr. 

1.552. May 3d — One company of the 1st Colorado Cavalry. 



172 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Bolivar, Tenn. 

1.553. May 3d — Cavalry, commanded by General S. D. Sturgis. 

Red Clay, Ga. 

1.554. i^Iay 3d — 1st Cavalry Division, Army of the Cumberland. 

Baton Rouge, La. 

1.555. May 3d— 4tli Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Transport City Belle, near Snaggy Point, Red River, La 

1.556. May 3d— 120th Ohio Volunteers and 73d U. S. Colored Troops. 

Richland, Ark. 

1.557. May Sd — 2d Arkansas Cavalry. 

Doubtful Canon, Arizona Terr. 

1.558. May 4th — Detachment of 5th California Volunteers and 1st California 

Cavalry. 

Yazoo City Expedition, Miss. 

1.559. May 4th to 13th— 3d U. S, Colored Cavalry, 11th, 72d, and 76th Illinoia 

Volunteers, 5th Illinois Cavalry, and 7th Ohio Battery. 

Kautz's Cavalry Raid from Suffolk to City Point, Va. 

1.560. May 4th to 12th — 5th and 16th Pennsylvania, 3d New York, and 1st Dis- 

trict of Columbia Cavalry, and 8th New York Battery. 

Ram Albemarle, Roanoke River, N. C. 
1,501. May 5th — U. S. Gunboats Ceres, Commodore Hull, Mattabesett, Sassacus, 
Seymour, Wydusing, Miami, and Whitehead. 

Dunn's Bayou, Red River, La. 

1.562. May 5th— U. S. Steamer Covington, Gunboat Signal, and Transport Warner, 

with the 56th Ohio Volunteers on board. 

Wall Bridge, Va. 

1.563. May 5th — Cavalry Division, Army of the James ; Kautz's raid. 

Craig's Meeting House, Va. 

1.564. May 5th— 3l1 Division, Cavah-y, Army of the Potomac. 

Wilderness, Va. 

1.565. May 5th to 7th— 2d Corps, 5th Corps, 6th Corps, 9th Corps, and Cavalry 

Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Rocky Face Ridge, Ga. 
1,E:66. May 5th to 9th— 4th, 14th, and 20th Corps, Army of the Cumberland ; 15th 
and 16th Corps, Army of the Tennessee ; 23d Corps, Army of the Ohio. 

Campaign in Northern Georgia, from Chattanooga to Atlanla. 
1,567. May 5tli to September 8th— Armies of the Cumberland, Tennessee, and 
Ohio. 

James River, iiear City Point, Va. 

1,5GS. May 6th — Gunboat Commodore Jones. 

Princeton, W. Va. 

1,509. May Gth — Advance of General Crook's command. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 173 

1864.] 
Richmond and Petersburg Railroad, near Port Walthal and Chester 
Station, Va. 

1.570. May 6th and 7th — Portion of the 10th and 18th Corps, .ii-my of the James. 

Benton, Miss. 

1.571. May 7th— 11th, 72d, and 7()th Illinois Volunteers, and 7th Ohio Battery. 

Bayou La Mourie, La. 

1.572. May 7th— Portion of the 16th Corps ; Banks' Red River expedition. 

Tunnell Hill, Ga. 

1.573. May 7th — 4th Corps and Cavalry, Army of the Cumberland. 

Mill Creek and Dug Gaps, Ga. 

1.574. May 7th— SOth Corps, Army of the Cumberland. 

Stoney Creek Station, Weldon Railroad, Va. 

1.575. May 7th— 5th and 11th Pennsylvania, 3d New York, and 1st District Co- 

lumbia Cavalry, and 8th New York Battery ; Kautz's raid. 

Todd's Tavern, Va. 

1.576. May 8th — 2d Division, Cavalry Corpfi, Army of the Potomac. 

Spottsylvania Court House, Va. 

1.577. May 8th to 18th— 2d, 5th, (ith, 9th, and Cavalry Corns, Army of the Poto- 
mac ; includes engagements at Laurel Hill and Xy River. 

Jeffersonville (or Abb's Valley), Va. 

1.578. May 8th — Cavalry of the Army of West Virginia. 

Buzzard Roost Gap, Ga. 

1.579. May 8th — 4th Corps and Cavalry, Army of the Cumberland. 

Snake Creek Gap, Ga. 

1.580. May 8th— 15th Corps, Army of the Tennessee. 

Dalton, Ga. 

1.581. May 9th— 23d Corps, Army of the Ohio, 

Sheridan's Cavalry Raid, Va. 

1.582. May 9th to 13th— 1st and 2d Divisions, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Poto- 

mac. 

Jarrett's Station, Weldon Railroad, Va. 

1.583. May 9th — 11th Pennsylvania Cavalry and 8th New I'ork Battery ; Kautz's 

raid. 

White's Bridge, Nottaway Creek, Va. 

1.584. May 9th— 3d New York and 1st District of Columbia Cavahy, and 8th New- 

York Battery ; Kautz's raid. 

Varnell's Station, Ga. 

1.585. May 9th — 1st Cavalry Division, Army of the Cumberland. 

Childsbury, Va. 

1.586. May 9th — 6th Ohio and 1st New Jersey ; Sheridan's raid. 

Swift Creek (or Arrowfield Church), Va. 

1.587. May 9th and 10th— 10th and 18th Corps, Army of the James. 



174 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Cloyd's Mountain and New River Bridge, Va. 

1.588. May 9th and 10th— 12th, 23d, 34th, and 36th Ohio, »th, 11th, 14th, and 15th 

West Virginia Volunteers, and 3d and 4th Pennsylvania Reserves, Army 
of West Virginia. 

Cove Mountain (or Grassy Lick), near Wytheville, Va. 

1.589. May 9tli and 10th— 11th Pennsylvania, 1st, 2d, and 3d West Virginia, and 

34th Ohio Mounted Volunteers. 

Beaver Dcun Station, North Anna, Va. 

1.590. May 9th— 1st Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac ; Sheridan's 

raid. 

Ground Squirrel Church Bridge, South Anna, Va. 

1.591. May 10th — 1st Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac; Sheridan's 

raid. 

Dardanelle, Ark. 

1.592. May 10th— 6th Kansas Cavalry. 

Ashland, Va. 

1.593. May 11th — 1st Ma?sachusett8 Cavalry ; Sheridan's raid. 

Tellow Tavern, near Richmond, Va. 

1.594. May 11th— 1st and Sd Divisions, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac; 

Sheridan's raid. 

Smith's Station, Ind. Terr. 

1.595. May 12th — 1st Nebraska Battalion Cavalry. 

Vaughn, Miss, 
1.526. May 12th— 11th, 72d, and 76th Illinois Volunteers ; expedition to Yazoo 
City. 

Fort Darling, Drury's Bluff, Va. 

1.597. May 12th to 16th— 10th and ISth Corps, Army of Virginia and North 

Carolina ; includes engagements at Wierbottom Church, Proctor's and 
Palnaers Creeks. 

Eautz's Raid on the Petersburg and Lynchburg Railroad, Va. 

1.598. May 12th to 17th— Cavalry of the Army of the James. 

Meadow Bridge, Chickahominy River, Va. 

1.599. May 12th — 1st and 3d Divisions, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac; 

Sheridan's raid. 

Resaca (or Sugar Valley, or Oostenaula), Ga. 

1.600. May 13th to 16th — 1th, 14th, and 20th Corps, Cavalry, Army of the Cum- 

berland ; 15th and 16th Corps, Army of the Tennessee, and 23d Corps, 
Army of the Ohio. 

Pulaski, Term. 

1.601. May 13th— 111th U. S. Colored Troops (3d Alabama). 

Tilton, Tenn. 

1.602. May 13th — 1st Division, Cavalry of the Army of the Cumberland. 

Point Lookout, Va. 

1.603. May 13th— Detachment of the 36th U. S. Colored Troops and Seamen from 

the Potomac Flotilla. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 175 
1864.] 

Mansura (or Avoyelle's Prairie, Morreausville, Marksville), La. 

1.604. Mg,y 14th to 16th— 3d Division, 16th Corps, and portion of Cavalry Divi- 

sion, 19th Corps ; Red River expedition. 
Rood's Hill, Va. 

1.605. May 14th — Portion of the Army of West Virginia. 

Mount Pleasant Landing, La. 

1.606. May 15th— 67th TJ. S. Colored Troops. 

New Market, Va. 

1.607. May 15th— Portion of the Army of West Virginia. 

Ley's Ferry, Ga. 

1.608. May 15th— Portion of the 16th Corps, Army of the Tennessee. 

Tanner's Bridge, near Rome, Ga. 

1.609. May 15th— 2d Cavalry Division, Army of the Cumberland. 

Rome Cross Roads, Ga. 

1.610. May 16th — 16th Corps, Army of the Tennessee. 

Ashepoo River, S. 0. 

1.611. May 16th-34th U. S. Colored Troops. 

Pond Creek, Pike Co., Ky. 

1.612. May 16th-39th Kentucky Volunteers. 

Clear Creek, Mo. 
1,61?. May 16th — Two companies of the 15th Kansas Cavalry. 

Fredericksburg Road, Va. 

1.614. May 16th to 20th— Tyler's Division, 5th Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Smoky Hill, Col. 

1.615. May 16th — One company 1st Colored Cavalry and McLain's Colorado Bat- 

tery. 

Bermuda Hundred, Va. 

1.616. May 16th to 30th— 10th and 18th Corps, Army of the James. 

Belcher's Mills, Va. 

1.617. May 16th— 3d New York, 5th and 11th Pennsylvania, and 1st District Co- 

lumbia Cavalry ; Kantz's raid. 

Adair svi He, Ga. 

1.618. May 17th to 18th — 4th Corps, Army o^ the Cumberland ; includes engage- 

ments at Graves House and Calhoun. 

Madison Station, Ala. 

1.619. May 17th — 3d Division, 15th Corps, Array of the Tennessee. 

Rome, Ga. 

1.620. May 18th — 2d Division, 14th Corps, and Cavalry, Army of the Cumberland. 

Kingston, Ga. 

1.621. May 18th — 2d Cavalry Division, Army of the Cumberland. 

Bayou De Glaize (also known as Old Oaks, Yellow Bayou, Simmsport, and 
Calhoun Station), La. 

1.622. May 18th — 1st and 3d Divisions, 16th Corps ; portion of 17th Ccrps, and Cav- 

alry, 19th Corps ; Red River expedition. 



176 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Crooked River, Oregon. 

1.623. May 18th— 1st Oregon Cavalry, 

Fayetteville, Ark. 

1.624. May 19th— 6th Kansas Cavaby. 

Welaka and Saunders, Fla. 

1.625. May 19th— Detachment of ITth Couuecticut Volunteers. 

Cassville, Ga. 

1.626. May 19th to 22d— 20th Corps, Army of the Cumberland, 

Downer's Bridge, Va. 

1.627. May 20th— 5th New York Cavalry. 

Milford Station, Va. 

1.628. May 20th— Ist Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac, 

Snia Hills, Mo. 

1.629. May 21st— 2d Colorado Cavalry. 

Mount Pleasant, Miss. 

1.630. May 21st— 4th Missouri Cavalry. 

Old River, La. 

1.631. May 22d— 6th Missouri Cavalry. 

North Anna River (or Jericksford and Taylor's Bridge), Va. 

1.632. May 23d to 27th— 2d, 5th, and V)th Corps, Army of the Potomac. 
Capture of Steamtug Columbine at Horse Landing, St. John's River, Fla. 

1.633. May 2:M— 35th U. S. Colored Troops and Sailors on the Columbine. 

Holly Springs, Miss. 

1.634. May 24th — 4th Missouri Cavalry. 

Kingston, G-a. 

1.635. May 24th— 50th Ohio and 14th Kentucky Volunteers, and 2d Kentucky 

Cavalry. 

Wilson's Wharf Landing', Va. 

1.636. May 24th— 1st District of Columbia and 10th U. S. Colored Troops, and 

Battery B, U. S. Colored Artillery. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

1.637. May 24th— 15th U. S. Colored Troops. 

Dallas (also designated New Hope Church, Burned Hickory, Pumpkin Vine 
Creek, and Altoona Hills), Ga. 

1.638. May 25th to June 4th— 4th, 14th, 20th Corps, and Cavalry, Army of the 

Cumberland ; 23d Corps, Army of the Ohio ; loth, 16th, and 17th Corps, 
Army of the Tennessee. 

Cassville Station, Ga. 

1.639. May 25th— 1st and 11th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Burned Church, Ga. 
l,(i4U. May 26th— Cavalry of the 1st Division, Army of the Cumberland. 

Lane's Prairie, Morris Co., Mo. 
1,641. May 26th— Two companies 2d Wisconsin Cavalry. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 177 

1864.] Torpedo Explosion on Bachelor's Creek, N. C. 

1,G42. May 2Gth— 182d and ISSth New York and 5Sth Pennsylvania Volunteers. 
Decatur, Oourtland Road, Ala. 

1.643. May 20th and 27th— 1st, M, and 4th Ohio Cavah-y, Cavalry Corps, and 3d 

Brigade, 4th Division, 16th Corps. 

San Carlos River, Cal. 

1.644. May 27th— Company K, 5th California Infantry. 

Hanoverton, Pamunkey River, Va. 

1.645. May 27th— 1st and 2d Divisions, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Hawe's Shop, Tocopotomy Creek (or Salem Church), Va. 

1.646. May 28th — 1st and 2d Divisions, Cavalry, Army of the Potomac. 

Little Rock, Ark. 

1.647. May 28th— 57th U. S. Colored Troops. 

Pleasant Hill, Mo. 

1.648. May 28th— 2d Colorado Cavalry. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

1.649. May 28th— 7th U. S. Colored Troops. 

Moulton, Ala. 

1.650. May 28th and 29th— 1st, 3d, and 4th Ohio Cavalry, Army of the Cumber- 

land. 

Tocopotomy, Va. 

1.651. May 29th to 31st— 2d and 5th Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Hanover Court House, Va. 

1.652. May 30th — 3d Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Ashland, Va. 

1.653. May 30th — 3d Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Old Church, Va. 

1.654. May 30th — 1st Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Cold Harbor, Va. 

1.655. June 1st to 12th— 2d, 5th, 6th, 9th, and Cavalry Corps, Army of the Poto- 

mac, and 18th Corps, Army of the James. 

Bermuda Hundred, Va, 

1.656. June 2d — 10th Corps, Army of Virginia and North Carolina. 

Engagements at Gaines' Mills, Salem Church, and Hawe's Shop, Va. 

1.657. June 2d— Cavalry of the Army of the Potomac. 

Searcy, Ark. 

1.658. June 3d— Detachment of the 3d Missouri Cavalry. 

Panther Gap, W. Va, 

1.659. June 3d— General Hayes' Brigade, 2d Division, Army of West Virginia. 

Ackworth, Ga. 

1.660. June 3d and 4th — Cavalry of the 2d Division, Army of the Cumberland, 

Piedmont (or Mount Crawford), Va. 

1.661. June 5th — Cavalry and Infantry of the Army of West Virginia. 



178 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Buffalo Gap, W. Va. 

1.662. June 6th— General Hayes' Brigade of the 2d Division, Army of West Vir- 

ginia. 
Lake Chicot (or Old River Lake), Ditch Bayou, Columbia, Fish Bayou, Ark. 

1.663. June 6th— 16th Corps. 

G-reenland G-ap Road, near Moorefield, W. Va. 

1.664. June 6th— 22d Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Ripley, Miss. 

1.665. June 7th-^Cavalry advance of Maj. -General Sturgis' command; engage- 

ment during expedition to Guntown, June 5th to 10th. 

1.666. Error. 

Point of Rocks, Md. 

1.667. June 9th— 2d U. S. Colored Cavalry. 

Kenesaw Mountain (also designated Lost Mountain, Nose's Creek, 
Marietta, and Big Shanty), Ga. 

1.668. June 9th to 30th— 4th, 14th, and 20th Corps, Army of the Cumberland; 

15th, 16th, and 17th Corps, Ai-my of the Tennessee ; 23d Corps, Army of 
the Ohio. 

Mount Stirling, Ky. 

1.669. June 9th— Cavalry of the Division of Kentucky. 

Lafayette, Term. 

1.670. June 9th— 7th Kansas Cavalry. 

Frankfort, Ky. 

1.671. June 10th— Enrolled Militia and citizens ; Morgan's raid. 

Lexington, W. Va. 

1.672. June 10th and 11th— 2d Division, Army of West Virginia. 

Cane Creek, Ala. 

1.673. June 10th— 106th Ohio Volunteers ; skirmish with Guerillas. 

Lexington, Ky. 

1.674. June 10th— 4th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Princeton, Ky. 

1.675. June 10th— Troops not stated. 

Petersburg, Va. 

1.676. June 10th— Cavalry, commanded by General Kautz, and portion of the 10th 

Army Corps of the Army of the James. 

Brice's Cross Roads, near Guntown, Miss. 

1.677. June 10th— 4th Missouri, 2d New Jersey, 19th Pennsylvania, 7th and flth 

Illinois, 7th Indiana, 3d and 4th Iowa, and 10th Kansas Cavalry ; 9th 
Minnesota, 81st. 95th, 108th, 113th, 114th, and 120th Illinois, 72d and 
ySth Ohio, and 93d Indiana Volunteers ; 1st Illinois, 6th Indiana, and 
Company F. 2d Illinois Batteries; 59th (1st Tennessee) and 65th (1st 
Alabama) U. S. Colored Troops, and Battery F, 2d U. S. Colored Ar- 
tillery. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 179 

1864.] Corinth, Miss. 

J, 678. June 10th— 2d New Jersey Cavah-y ; engagement during Guntown ex- 
pedition. 

Cynthiana, K7. 

1.679. June 10th— 16Sth Ohio (100 days' men) ; Morgan's raid. 

Keller's Bridge, Licking River, Ky. 

1.680. Jupe 10th— 171st Ohio (100 days' men); Morgan's raid. 

Old Church, Va. 

1.681. June 10th and 11th— 3d Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Wilson's Landing, Va. 

1.682. June 11th— 1st U. S. Colored Cavalry. 

Cynthiana, Ky. 

1.683. June 11th— Cavalry of the Pivision of Kentucky ; Morgan's raid. 

Ripley, Miss. 

1.684. June 11th— 3d and 4th Iowa, 2d New Jersey, and 4th Missouri Cavalry. 

Trevellian Station, Central Railroad, Va. 

1.685. June 11th and 12th— 1st and 2d Divisions, Cavalry Corps, Army of the 

Potomac. 

McAfee's Cross Roads, La. 

1.686. June 12th — Cavah-y, Army of the Cumberland. 

Kingsville, Mo. 

1.687. June 12th— Scouting party, 1st Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

White Oak Swamp Bridge, Charles City Cross Roads (or Riddle's Shop), Va. 

1.688. June 13ch— 3d Division, Cavalry Corps, and 2d Division, 5th Corps, Army 

of the Potomac. 

White Post, W. Va. 

1.689. June 13th— 6th West Virginia Cavalry. 

Pine Mountain, G-a, ^ 

1.690. June 14th — During Kenesaw Mountain. 

Lexington. Lafayette Co., Mo. 

1.691. June 14th — Detachment 1st Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Buchanan, near Lexington, Va. 

1.692. June 14th — Advance of Army of West Virginia. 

Samaria Church, Malvern Hill, Va, 

1.693. June 15th— 3d Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Moscow, Tenn. 

1.694. June 15th— 55th U. S. Colored Troops (1st Alabama). 

Baylor's Farm, Va. 

1.695. June 15th— 3d Division, 10th Corps, Army of the James. 

Siege of Petersburg, Va. 

1.696. June 15th to April 2d, 1865. (See next.) 

Petersburg, Va. 

1.697. June 15th to 19th— 10th and 18th Corps, Army of the James ; 2d, 5th, 6th, 

and 9th Corps, Army of the Potomac. 



180 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

West Point, Ark. 
1,608. June 16th— 9th Iowa Cavahy. 

Otter Creek, near Liberty, Va. 

1.699. June 16th — Advance of Army of West Virginia. 

Wierbottom Creek, Va. 

1.700. June 16th— 2d Division, 10th Corps, Army of the James; siege of Peters- 

burg, Va. 

Golgotha, Ga. 

1.701. June 16th — 20th Corps ; Kenesaw Mountain. 

Walthal, Va. 

1.702. June 16th — 1st Division, 10th Corps, Army of the James ; siege of Peters- 

burg. 

Pierson's Farm, Va. 

1.703. June 16th— 36th U. S. Colored Troops. 

Nose's Creek, Ga. 

1.704. June 17th — During Kenesaw Mountain. 

Lynchburg, Va. 

1.705. June 17th to 18th— 1st and 2d Divisions, AverilPs and Duffle's Cavalrj% 

Army of West Virginia. 

Pine Knob, Ga. 

1.706. June 19th — During Kenesaw Mountain. 

Kearsage and Alabama, off Cherbourg, France, 

1.707. June 19th — U. S. Steamer Kearsage. 

White House, Va. 

1.708. June 20th — Brigade of Union troops, commanded by Brig.-General Aber- 

crombie. 

Liberty, Va. 

1.709. June 20th— 2d Division, Cavahy, Army of West Virgmia. 

Powder Spring, Ga. 

1.710. June 20th — Cavalry, Army of the Cumberland. 

Lattamore's Mills, Noonday Creek, Ga. 

1.711. June 20th — Cavalry of the Ai-my of the Cumberland. 

Trenches in front of Petersburg, Va. 

1.712. June 20th to 30th— 5th and 9th Corps, Army of the Potomac, and 10th and 

18th Corps, Army of the James. 

Salem, Va. 

1.713. June 21st — 2d Division, Cavahy, Army of West Virginia. 

Pine Bluff, Ark. 

1.714. June 21st— 27th Wisconsin. 

Naval Engagement on the James River, near Dutch Gap. 

1.715. June 21st — Forces not given. 

White House Landing, Va. 

1.716. June 21st— Portions of the 1st and 2d Divisions, Cavalry Corps, Army of 

the Potomac, 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 181 

1864.] Buford's Gap, Va. 

1.717. June 21st— 23d Ohio Volunteers. 

White River, Ark. 

1.718. June 22d— Three companies of the 12th Iowa and U. S. Steamer Lexington. 

Wilson's Raid on the Weldon Railroad, Va. 

1.719. June 22d to 30th — Cavalry of the Army of the James, and 3d Division, 

Cavalry, Army of the Potomac. 

Gulp's House, Ga. 

1.720. June 22d — Part of Kenesaw Mountam. 

Ream's Station, Va. 

1.721. June 22d — Kautz's Cavalry, Army of the James, and 3d Division, Cavalry, 

Army of the Potomac ; Vvllson's raid. 

Weldon Railroad (or William's Farm. Davis' Farm, Jerusalem Plank 
Road), Va. 

1.722. June 22d and 23d— 2d and 6th Corps, and 1st Division, 5th Corps, Army of 

tlie Potomac. 

Nottoway Court House, Va. 

1.723. June 23d — 3d Division, Cavalry, Army of the Potomac ; Wilson's raid. 

Collinsville, Miss. 

1.724. June 23d — Train on the Charlestown and Mississippi Railroad. 

Jones' Bridge, Va. 

1.725. June 23d — 1st and 2d Divisions, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac, 

and 28th U. S. Colored Troops. 

Samaria Church, Va. 

1.726. June 24th— 1st and 2d Divisions, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

White River, Ark. 

1.727. June 24th— TJ. S. Steamer Queen City and Gunboats. 

Staunton Bridge, Va. 

1.728. June 24th — 3d Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac, and Kautz's 

Cavalry, Army of the James ; Wilson's raid. 

La Fayette, Macon Co., Tenn. 

1.729. June 24th — Troops not mentioned. 

Point Pleasant, La. 

1.730. June 25th— 64th XJ. S. Colored Troops. 

Clarendon, St. Charles River (or Pikesville, St. Charles), Ark. 

1.731. June 25th to 29th— 11th Missouri, 9th Iowa, and 3d Michigan Cavalry, 

126th Illinois Volunteers, and Battery D, 2d Missouri Artillery. 

Kenesaw Mountain (General Assault). 

1.732. June 27th — Army of the Military Division of the Mississippi. (See Kene- 

saw Mountain, June 9th.) 

Charlestown, W. Va. 

1.733. June 27th— 1st Division, Army of West Virginia. 



182 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Stoney Creek, Va. 

1.734. June 28th — Cavalry, with Wilson on his raid on the Weldon Railroad. 

Ream's Station, Va. 
1,T35. June 29th — Cavalry, with Wilson on his raid. 
La Fayette, G-a. 

1.736. June 4th and 6th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Front of Petersburg, Va. 

1.737. July 1st to 31st — 2d, 5Lh, and 9th Corps, Anny of the Potomac, and 10th 

and 18th Corps, Army of the James. 

Pine Bluff, Ark. 

1.735. July 2d— 64th U. S. Colored Troops. 

Saulsbury, Miss. 

1.739. July 2d— 3d Iowa Cavalry. 

Fort Johnson, James' Island, S. O. 

1.740. July 2d — Troops of the Department of the South. 

Nickajack Creek (or Smyrna and Vining Station). 

1.741. July 2d to 5th— Army of the Cumberland and Army of the Tennessee. 

Platte City, Mo. 

1.742. July 3d— 9th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

North Mountain, Va. 

1.743. July 3d— Outpost of the 135th Ohio National Guards. 

Expedition from Vicksburg to Jackson, Miss. 

1.744. July 3d to 9th— Troops of 1st Division, 17th Corps. 

Leetown, Va. 

1.745. July 3d— 1st New York Cavalry and 10th West Virginia Volunteers. 

Hammack's Mills, North River, W. Va. 

1.746. July 3d— 153d Ohio National Guards. 

Searcy, Ark. 

1.747. July 4th — Detachment of 3d Arkansas Cavalry. 

Vicksburg, Miss. 

1.748. July 4th— 48th U. S. Colored Troops (10th Louisiana). 

Clay Co., Mo. 

1.749. July 4th— 9th Missouri MiUtia Cavalry. 

Clinton, Miss. 

1.750. July 4th— 2d Wisconsin Cavalry, during expedition to Jackson. 

Point of Rocks, Md. 

1.751. July 4th— Maryland Potomac Home Biigade. 

Coleman's Plantation, near Port Gibson, Miss. 

1.752. July 4th and 5th— 52d U. S. Colored Troops (2d Mississippi) and Mississippi 

Marine Brigade. 

Bolivar and Maryland Heights, Va. 

1.753. July 4th to 7th— Reserve Division of the Army of West Virginia. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 183 
1864.] 

Smith's Expedition from La Grange, Tenn., to Tupelo, Miss. 
1,751. July 5th to 18th— Ist and 3d Division?, 16th Corps, Cavalry Brigade, and 

one Brigade U. S. Colored Troops. 

John's Island, S. C. 

1.755. July 5th to 7th— Troops of the Department of the South. 

Hagerstown, Pleasant Valley, Md. 

1.756. July 5th — 1st Maryland Cavalry, Potomac Home Brigade. 

Jackson, Miss. 

1.757. July 5th and 6th— 2d Wisconsin, 5th and 11th Illinois, and 3d U. S. Colored 

Cavalry, 46th, 76th, and 79th Illinois Volunteers; expedition to Jackson. 

Little Blue, Mo 

1.758. July 6th— 2d Colorado Cavalry. 

Mount Zion Church, Va. 
1,750. July 6th — 2d Massachusetts Cavalry. 

Chattahoochee River, Ga, 

1.760. July 6th to 10th — Armies of the Ohio, Tennessee, and Cumberland. 

Hagar's Mountain and Middleton, Md. 

1.761. July 7th— Sth Illinois Cavalry and Alexander's Baltimore Battery. 

Clinton, Miss. 

1.762. July 7th — 11th Illinois and 2d Wisconsin Cavalry and Battery of 2d Illinois 

Artillery ; return of expedition to Jackson, Miss. 

Solomon's Gap, Frederick City, Md. 

1.763. July 7th — Sth Illinois Cavalry, 3d Maryland Potomac Home Brigade, and 

Alexander's Baltimore Battery. 

Ripley, Miss. 

1.764. July 7th — 2d Iowa Cavalry ; Smith's expedition to Tupelo, Miss. 

Monocacy, Md. 

1.765. July 9th — 1st and 2d Brigades, 3d Division, 6th 'Corps, and detachment of 

8th Corps. 

Rousseau's Raid in Alabama and Georgia. 

1.766. July 11th to 22d— Sth Indiana, 5th Iowa, 9th Ohio, 2d Kentucky, and 4th 

Tennessee Cavalry, and Battery E, 1st Michigan Artillery. 

Pontotoc, Miss. 

1.767. July 11th — Sth Wisconsin, 5th Minnesota, and 11th Missouri Volunteers, 

aud 2d Iowa Cavalry ; Smith's expedition to Tupelo. 

Fort Stevens, Washington, D. C. 

1.768. July 12th— 1st and 2d Divisions, 6th Coi-ps ; 22d Corps, convalescents, 

Marines, Home Guards, aud citizens. 

Petit Jean, Arkansas River, Ark. 

1.769. July 12th — One company of the 3d Arkansas Cavalry. 

Lee's Mills, near Ream's Station, Va. 

1.770. July 12th— 2d Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 



184 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Tupelo, Miss. 

1.771. July 13th to ISth— 1st and 3d Divisions, IGth Corps, Cavalry, and aBrigade 

of Colored Troops ; includes the engagements at Harrisburg, July 13th, 
and Old Town Creek, July 15th. 

Ozark, Mo. 

1.772. July 14th and 15th— 14th Kansas Cavalry. 

Ten Islands, Coosa River (or Jackson's Ford), Ala. 

1.773. July 14th — 8th Indiana and 5th Iowa Cavalry ; Rousseau's raid. 

Farr's Mills, Montgomery Co., Ark. 

1.774. July 14th — A battalion of the 4t.h Arkansas Cavalry. 

Stone's Ferry, Tallapoosa River, Ala. 

1.775. July 15th — Engagement during Rousseau's raid. 

Grand Gulf, Port Gibson, Miss. 

1.776. July IGth and 17th— 72d and 76th Illinois Volunteers, 2d Wisconsin Cav- 

airy, and 53d U. S. Colored Ti-oops. 

Snicker's Gap, Va. 

1.777. July 17th — Army of "West Virginia. 

Fredericksburg, Mo. 

1.778. July 17th— 2d Colorado Cavalry. 

Auburn, Ga. 

1.779. July 18th— 9fch Ohio and 4th Tennessee Cavalry ; Rousseau's raid. 

Chewa Station, Montgomery and West Point Railrdad, Ga. 

1.780. July 18th — 8th Indiana, 5th Iowa, and 4th Tennessee Cavalry. 

Snicker's Ferry, Island Ford, Shenandoah River, Va. 

1.781. July 18th — Army of West Virginia and portion of the Cth Corps. 

Ashby's Gap, Va. 

1.782. July ISth— Cavalry of the Army of West Virghiia. 

Darksville, Va. 

1.783. July 19th — Portion of the A?my of West Virginia. 

Winchester (or Stevenson's Depot and Carter's Farm), Va. 

1.784. July 20!:h— 2d Cavalry Division, Army of West Virginia. 

Peach Tree Creek, Ga. 

1.785. July 20Lh— Army of the Cumberland. 

Deep Bottom, Va. 

1.786. July 21st — 1st Division, 10th Corps, Army of the James. 

Henderson, Ky. 

1.787. July 21st — Troops not given. 

Atlanta (Hood's First Sortie), Ga. 

1.788. July 22d — Army of the Tennessee. 

Vidalia, La. 

1.789. July 22d— 6th U. S. Colored Heavy Ai-tillery (2d Mississippi). 

Kernstown, Va. 

1.790. July 23d— Cavalry of the Army of West Virginia. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 185 

1864. ] Winchester, Va. 

1.791. July 94th — Portion of the Army of "West Virginia. 

Steamer Clara Bell, Carrolton Landing, Carolina Bend, Miss. 

1.792. July 24th— 6th Michigan Artillery, 

Conrtland, Ala. 

1,79.3. July 25th — 18th Michigan and 32d Wisconsin Volunteers. 

Wallace's Ferry, Big Creek, Ark. 

1.794. July 26th— 15th Illinois Cavalry, Company E, 2d XT. S. Colored Artillery, 

and 60th (1st Iowa) and 56lh (3d Arkansas) U. S. Colored Troops. 

Des Arc, Ark. 

1.795. July 26th— 11th Missouri Cavalry. 

Stoneman's Raid to Macon, Ga. 

1.796. July 20th to 31st — Stoneman's and Garrard's Cavalry Division, Army of 

the Cumberland. 

McCook's Raid to Lovejoy Station, G-a. 

1.797. July 26th to 3lst^-lst Wisconsin, 5th and 8th Iowa, 2d and 8th Indiana, 1st 

and 4th Tennessee, and 4th Kentucky Cavalry. 

St. Mary's Trestle, Fla. 

1.798. July 26th— 75th Ohio Mounted Infantry. 

Mazzard Prairie, Fort Smith, Ark. 

1.799. July 27th — Two hundred men of the 6th Kansas Cavalry. 

Deep Bottom, New Market and Malvern Hill, Va. 

1.800. July 27th and 28th— 1st Division, lOtli Corps, Cavalry, Army of the James ; 

?d Corps and 1st and 2d Divisions, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac, 

Whiteside, Black Creek, Fla. 

1.801. July 27th— 35th U. S. Colored Troops (1st North Carolina). 

Tah-kah-o-kuty, Dak. Terr, 

1.802. July 28th— 8th Minnesota Mounted Infantry, 6th and 7th Iowa, and Dakota 

and Bracketfs Minnesota Cavalry ; Indian tight. 

Atchafalaya River, La. 

1.803. July 28th— Portion of the 19th Corps. 

West Point, Ark. 

1.804. July 28th— 11th Missouri Cavalry. 

Ezra Chapel, Atlanta, Ga. (2d sortie). 

1.805. July 28th— Army of the Tennessee. 

Campbelltown, Ga. 

1.806. July 28th— Portion of McCook's Cavalry ; McCook's raid. 

Flatshoals, Ga. 

1.807. July 28th — Portion of Garrard's Cavalry ; Stoneman's raid. 

Siege of Atlanta, Ga, 

1.808. July 28th to September 2d— Armies of the Cumberland, Tennessee, and 

Ohio. 



186 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Fort Smith, Ark. 

1.809. July 29th to 31st— Troops not given. 

Lovejoy Station, Ga. 

1.810. July 29th to 30th— Cavalry of the Army of the Cumberland ; McCook'a 

raid. 

Clear Springs, Md. 

1.811. July 29th— 12th and 14th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Mine Explosion at Petersburg, Va. 

1.812. July 30th— 9th Corps, supported by the 18th Corps, with 2d and 5th Corps 

in reserve. 

Newnan, Ga. 

1.813. July 30th— Cavalry Army of the Cumberland ; McCook's raid. 

Chambersburg, Pa. 

1.814. July 30th -Burned by Confederates. 

Macon, Ga. 

1.815. July 30th — Cavalry of the Army of the Cumberland ; Stoneman's raid. 

Lee's Mills, Va. 

1.816. July 30th— Davis's Brigade, 2d Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Lebanon, Ky. 

1.817. July SOth-One Company of the 12th Ohio Cavalry. 

Hillsboro (or Sunshine Church), Ga. 

1.818. July 31st — Cavalry, Army of the Cumberland ; Stoneman's raid. 

Rolla, Mo. 

1.819. August 1st— 5th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Trenches before Petersburg, Va. 

1.820. August 1st to 31st— 2d, 5th, and 9th Corps Army of the Potomac, and ISth 

Corps, Army of the James. 

Cumberland (or Plock's Mills), Md. 

1.821. August 1st— Command of Brig.-General B. F. Kelly. 

Green Springs Depot, W. Va., near Old Town, Md. 

1.822. AugiTst 2d— 153d Ohio Volunteers. 

Osceola, Ark. 

1.823. August 2d— 2d, 3d Militia, and 1st and 6th Missouri Cavalry. 

Elkshute, Mo. 

1.824. August 3d— Troops commanded by Colonel J. L. Burris. 

New Creek, Va. 

1.825. August 4th — Troops not mentioned. 

Forts Gaines and Morgan, Mobile Harbor, Ala. 

1.826. August 5th to 23d— U. S. Steamships Brooklyn, Octorora, Hartford, Ossip- 

pee, Itasca, Oneida, Galena, Metacomet, Richmond, Port Royal, Lacka- 
wanna, Seminole, Monongahela, and Tecumseh, commanded by Admiral 
Farragut, and 13th Army Corps. 

Utoy Creek, Ga. 

1.827. August 5th and 6th— Armies of the Cumberland, Tennessee, and Ohio. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 187 

1864.] Cowskin, Mo. 

1.828. August 5th to 7th— 8th Mi^^souri Militia Cavalry. 

Decatur, Ga. 

1.829. August 5Lh— 2d Cavalry Division, Army of the Cumberland. 

Donaldsonville, La. 

1.830. August 5th— 11th New York Cavalry. 

Cabin Point, Va. 

1.831. August 5th— 1st U. S. Colored Cavalry. 

Plaquemine (or Indian City Village), La. 

1.832. August 6th— 4th Wisconsin Cavalry and 11th (14th Rhode Island) Heavy 

Artillery. 

Moorefield, Va. 

1.833. August 7th— 14th Pennsylvania^ 8th Ohio, 1st and 3d West Virginia, and 

1st New York Cavalry. 

Tallahatchie River, Miss. 

1.834. August 7th to 9th— Cavalry and Infantry, 16th Corps. 

Fort Gaines, Ala. 

1.835. August 8th — U. S. fleet, commanded by Admiral Farragut (Mobile Harbor). 

Two Hills, Bad Lands, Little Missouri River, Dak, Ter. 

1.836. August Sth— 8th Minnesota Volunteers, and 2d Minnesota, 6ch and 7th 

Iowa, Brackett's Battalion Minnesota, and 1st Battalion Dakota Cavalry. 

Explosion of Ammunition at City Point, Va. 

1.837. August 9fch— Loss, 70 killed and 130 wounded. 

U. S. Steamer Empress, Miss. 

1.838. August 10th — Loss, 6 killed and 12 wounded. 

Berryville Pike, Va. 

1.839. August 10th — Reserve Brigade and 1st Cavalry Division, Army of the 

Potomac. 

Sulphur Springs Bridge and White Post, Va. 

1.840. August 11th — 1st and 3d Divisions and Reserve Brigade, Cavalry, Army of 

the Potomac. 

Van Buren, Crawford County, Ark. 

1.841. August 11th — 2d and 6th Kansas Cavalry. 

Abbeville and Oxford, Miss. 

1.842. Augtist 12th — Cavalry and Infantry of the 16th Corps. 

Little Blue, Dak. Ter. 

1.843. August 12th — Detachment of the 7th Iowa Cavalry. 

Near Snicker's Gap, Va. 

1.844. August 13th — 144th and 149th Ohio Volunteers ; guarding a sxxpply train. 

Gravel Hill, Va. 

1.845. August 14th — 2d Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Strawberry Plains, Deep Bottom Run, Va, 

1.846. August 14th to 18th— 2d Cavalry Division and 2d Corps, Army of the 

Potomac, and 10th Corps, Army of the James. 



188 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Hurricane Creek, Miss. 

1.847. August 14th — Cavalry and Infantry of the 16th Corps. 

Dalton, G-a. 

1.848. August 14th to 16th— 2d Missouri Volunteers, and 14th U. S. Colored 

Troops. 

Fisher's Hill, near Strassburg, Va. 

1.849. August 15th — 1st Cavalry Division and 6th and Sth Corps, Army of the 

Potomac. 

Smoky Hill Crossing, Zan. 

1.850. August 16th — Detachments of 7th Iowa and U. S. Cavalry, 

Crooked Run, Front Royal, Va. 

1.851. August Ifith— 1st and ^d Brigades, 1st Cavalry Division, Army of the Poto- 

mac. 

G-ainesville, Fla. 

1.852. August 17th— 75th Ohio ilounted In'antry. 

Cleveland, Term. 

1.853. August 17th— 6th Ohio Heavy Artillery. 

Winchester, Va, 

1.854. August 17th — .3d Cavalry Division Army of the Potomac, and the New 

Jersey Brigade, 6th Corps. 

Decatur, Ala, 

1.855. August 18th — 2d Cavalry Division Army of the Cumberland, and 1st U. S, 

Colored Artillery. 

Six Mile House, Weldon R. R., Va. 

1.856. August ISth, 19Lh, and 21st— Kantz's Cavalry, and 2d Cavalry Division, 

5th and 9th Coi'ps, Army of the Potomac. 

Fairburn, Ga. 

1.857. August 18th — Cavalry of the Army of the Cumberland. 

Snicker's Gap Pike, Va. 

1.858. August 19th — Detachment of the 5th Michigan Cavalry ; prisoners and 

wounded put to death by Mosby's guerillas. 

Blockhouse No. 4, Nashville and Chattanooga R. R., Tenn. 

1.859. August One Company of the 115th Ohio Volunteers, 

Martinsburg, Va. 

1.860. August 19th— One Company of Cavalry of Averell's command. 

Kilpatrick's Raid on the Atlanta Railroad, 

1.861. August ISth to 22d— Cavalry, Army of the Cumberland, 

Red Oak, G-a. 

1.862. August 19th — Cavalry, Army of the Cumberland ; Kilpatrick's raid. 

Jonesboro, Ga. 

1,803. August 19th and 20th— 2d Division Cavalry, Army of the Cumberland; 

Kilpatrick's raid. 

Pine Bluff, Tennessee River, Tenn. 
1,864. August 19th— Detachment of Company B, 83d Illinois Mounted Infantry; 

killed and mutilated by guerillas. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 189 

1864.] Lovejoy Station, Ga. 

1,865. August 20th — Cavalry, Army of the Cumberland ; Kilpatrick's raid. 

Summit Point, Va. 

1,8G6. August 21st — 1st and 3d Divisions Cavalry Corps, and 6th Corps ; includes 
engagement of 6th Division at Berryville, 3d Division at Summit, and 
6th Corps ac Flowing Springs. 

Duvall's Bluff, Ark. 

1.867. August 21st— 11th Missouri Cavalry. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

1.868. August 21st— Detachment of 8th Iowa, 108th and ILSth Illinois, 39th, 40th 

and 41st Wisconsin Volunteers, 61st (2d Tennessee) U. S. Colored troops, 
3d and 4th Iowa Cavalry, and Battery G, 1st Missouri Light Ai'tillery. 

College Hill (or Oxford Hill and Hurricane Creek), Miss. 

1.869. August 21st and 22d — 4th Iowa and Uth and 21st Missouri Volunteers, 

and 3d Iowa and 12th Missouri Cavalry, of the 16th Corps. 

Canton, K7. 

1.870. August 22d — Troops not given. 

Rodgersville, Tenn. 

1.871. August 22d — Troops not given. 

Fort Morgan, Ala. 

1.872. August 23d — Naval forces under Admiral Farragut, Mobile Harbor. 

Abbeville, Miss. 

1.873. August 23d— 10th Missouri, 14th Iowa, 5th and 7th Minnesota, and 8th 

Wisconsin Volunteers. 

Bermuda Hundred, Va. 

1.874. August 24th and 25Lh— 10th Corps, Army of the James. 

Fort Smith, Ark. 

1.875. August 24th— 16th TJ. S. Colored troops. 

Jones' Hay Station and Ashley Station, Long Prairie, Ark. 

1.876. August 24th— 9th Iowa, and 8th and 11th Missouri Cavalry. 

Halltown, Va. 

1.877. August 24th — Portion of the 8th Corps, Army of the Shenandoah. 

Smithfield and Shepherdstown (or Zearneysville), Va. 

1.878. August 25th — 1st and 3d Divisions Cavalry, Army of the Potomac. 

Reanti's Station, Va. 

1.879. August 25th — 2d Corps, and 2d Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Conee Creek, Clinton, La. 

1.880. August 25th — Portion of the Cavalry of the Department of the Gulf. 

Sacramento Mountain, New MeK. 

1.881. August 25th — 1st New Mexico Cavalry. 

Bull Bayou, Ark. 

1.882. August 26th — 9th Kansas and 3d Wisconsin Cavalry. 



190 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Halltown, Va. 

1.883. August 26th and 27th— 1st and 2d Divisions, 8th Corps, Army of West Vir- 

ginia. 

Owensboro', Ky 

1.884. August 27th— 108th U. S. Colored troops. 

Holly Springs, Miss. 

1.885. August 27th and 28th— 14th Iowa Volunteers, 11th U.S. Colored troops 

(1st Alabama Artillery), and 10th Missouri Cavalry. 

Fort Cotton Wood, Nev. Ter. 

1.886. August 28th— 7th Iowa Cavalry ; fight with Indians. 

Howard County, Mo. 

1.887. August 28th— Company E, 4th Missoiiri Militia Cavalry. 

Ghent, Ky. 

1.888. August 29th— 117th U. S. Colored troops. 

Smithfleld, Va. 

1.889. August 29th — l?.t Division Cavalry Corps, and 3d Division, 6th Corps, 

Army of the Potomac. 

Wormley's G-ap, Va. 

1.890. August 29th— Detachmeut commanded by Captain Blazer, 96th Ohio. 

Arthur's Swamp, Va. 

1.891. August 29th and 30th — 2d Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Blockhouse No. 5, Nashville and Chattanooga R. R., Tenn. 

1.892. August 31st— 115th Ohio Volunteers. 

Jonesboro', G-a. 

1.893. Angusc 31st to September 1st — Cavalry and Davis's Division 14th Corps, 

Army of the Cumberland ; 15th, 16th, and 17th Corps, Army of the 
Tennessee. 

Rousseau's Pursuit of Wheeler in Tennessee. 

1.894. Sef)tember 1st to Sth — 1st and 4th Tennessee, 2d Michigan, 1st Wisconsin, 

Sth Iowa, 2d and Sth Indiana, and 6th Kentucky Cavalry. 

Trenches before Petersburg. 

1.895. September 1st to October 30th— Army of the Potomac. 

Lavergne, Tenn. 

1.896. September 1st — Rousseau in pursuit of Wheeler. 

Occupation of Atlanta, G-a. 

1.897. September 2d— 20th Corps, Army of the Cumberland. 

Franklin, Tenn. 

1.898. September 2d — Rousseau in pursuit of Wheeler. 

Lovejoy Station. Ga. 

1.899. September 2d to 6th— 23d Corps, Army of the Ohio, and 4th Corps, Army of 

the Cumberland. 

Big Shanty, Ga. 

1.900. September 2d — 9th Ohio Cavalry, on a railroad train. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 191 

1864. ] Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

1.901. September 3d— 100th U. S. Colored troops. 

Berrfville, Va. 

1.902. September 3d and 4th — 1st Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac, 8th 

Corps, Army of Western Virginia, and 19th Corps. 

Darkesville, Va. 

1.903. September 3d — 3d Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Greenville, Tenn, 

1.904. September 4th — 9th and 13th Tennessee and 10th Michigan Cavalry. 

Campbellville, Tenn. 

1.905. September 5th — Rousseaus Cavalry in pursuit of Wheeler. 

Searcy, Ark. 

1.906. September 6th— Detachment of the 9th Iowa C&valry. 

Readyville, Tenn. 

1.907. September 7th — Detachment of 9th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Dutch G-ap, Va. 

1.908. September 7th — 4th U. S. Colored troops. 

Capture of Fort Hell, Jerusalem Plank Eoad, Va. 

1.909. September 10th— 9i)th Pennsylvania, 2d U. S. Sharpshooters, and 80th 

Indiana 'Volunteers. 

Lock's Ford, Opequan, Va. 

1.910. September 13th — 2d Brigade, 3d Division Cavalry Corps, Army of the 

Middle Military Division. 

Near Pine Bluff, Ark. 

1.911. September Two Companies of the 1st Indiana Cavalry. 

Fort G-ibson, Indian Territory. 

1.912. September 16th and 18th— 79th U. S. Colored troops (1st Kansas) and 2d 

Kansas Cavalry. 

Sycamore Church, Va. 

1.913. September 16th — 1st District of Columbia and 13th Pennsylvania Cava'ry. 

Fairfax Station, Va. 

1.914. September 17th— 13th and 16th New York Cavalry. 

Belcher's Mills, Va. 

1.915. September 17th — Kautz's Cavalry of the Army of the James and 2d Cavalry 

Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Doniphan and Black River, Mo. 

1.916. September 17th to 20th — One Company of the 3d Missouri Militia Cavalry, 

Martinsburg, Va. 

1.917. September 18th — 2d Cavalry Division, Army of West Virginia. 

Fort Cottonwood, Nev. Ter. 

1.918. September 18tk— 7th Iowa Cavalry. 



192 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Opequan, Winchester (or Belle G-rove), Va. 

1.919. September 19th— Sth Corps and 2d Cavalry Division, Army of West Vir- 

ginia ; 6th Corps and 1st and 3d Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac ; 
1st and 2d Divisions 19th Corps, Army of the Middle Military Division. 

Cabin Creek, Indian Territory. 

1.920. September 19th — 2d, 6th, and 14th Kansas Cavalry and 1st and 2d Kansas 

Indian Home Guards. 

Front Royal Pike, Va. 

1.921. September 21st — 3d Division Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Fisher's Hill (or Woodstock), Va. 

1.922. September 22d— 6th Corps, 1st and 2d Cavalry Divisions, Army of the 

Potomac, Sth Corps, Army of West Virginia, and 1st and 2d Divisions 
19th Corps. 

Athens, Ala. 

1.923. Septe.-nber 23d— 106th, 110th, and 114th U. S. Colored troops, 3d Tennessee 

Cavalry, and 18th Michigan, and lU2d Ohio Volunteers. 

Rockport, Mo. 

1.924. September 23d — 3d Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Blackwater, Mo. 

1.925. September 23d— One Battalion of the 1st Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Luray, Va. 

1.926. September 24th— 1st Division Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Fayette, Mo. 

1.927. September 24th— 9th Missouri Militia Cavalry. 

Bull's Gap, Tenn. 

1.928. September 24th — Cavalry and Mounted Infantry. 

Price's Invasion of Missouri. 

1.929. September 24th to October 28th— Missouri Militia Cavalry, and Cavalry of 

General A. J. Smith's command, Kansas Militia, and Cavalry of the 
Army of the Border. 

Sulphur Branch, Trestle, Ala. 

1.930. September 25th— 111th U. S. Colored troops (3d Tennessee) and 9th In- 

diana Cavalry. 

Johnsonville, Tenn. 

1.931. September 25th— 13th U. S. Colored troops. 

Henderson, Ky. 

1.932. September 25th— 118th U. S. Colored troops. 

Vache G-rass, Ark. 

1.933. September 26th— 14th Kansas Cavalry. 

Fort Davidson, Pilot Knob (or Ironton), Mo. 

1.934. September 26th and 27th— 47th and 50th Missouri and 14th Iowa Volun- 

teers, 2d and 3d Missouri Cavalry, and Battery H 2d Missouri Light 
Artillery, Price's Invasion of Missouri. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 193 

18(i4.] Brown's Gap, Va. 

1.935. September 26th — 1st Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac, and 2d Cav- 

alry Division Army of West Virgmia. 

Richland, Tenn. 

1.936. September 26th— 111th U. S. Colored troops (3d Alabama), 

Weyer's Cave, Va. 

1.937. September 27th — 2d Division Cavalry Array of West Virginia. 

Pulaski, Tenn. 

1.938. September 27th — Cavalry commanded by General Rousseau. 

Massacre on North Missouri R.R. 

1.939. September 27th— Furloughed Soldiers. 

Massacre at Centralia, Mo. 

1.940. September 27th — Three Companies S9th Missouri Volunteers, Price's inva- 

sion of Missouri. 

Carter's Station, Watauga River, Ark. 

1.941. September 27Lh— Cavalry and Mounted Infantry, commanded by General 

Ammen. 

Mariana, Fla. 

1.942. September 27th— 82d U. S. Colored Troops, 7th Vermont Volunteers, and 

2d Maine Cavalry. 

Fort Rice, Dak. Ter. 

1.943. September 27th— Detachment of 6th Iowa Cavalry ; fight with Indians. 

Clarksville, Ark. 

1.944. September 28th— 3d Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Waynesboro, Va. 

1.945. September 28th— 3d Division Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

New Market Heights (or Chapin's Farm, Laurel Hill, Forts Harrison and 
G-ilmore), Va. 

1.946. September 2Sth to 30th— 10th and 18th Corps and Cavalry, Army of the 

James. 

Fort Sedgwick, Jerusalem Plank Road, Va. , 

1.947. September 28th— Sd Division, 9th Corps. 

Oentreville, Tenn. 

1.948. September 29th — 2d Tennessee Mounted Infantry 

Leesburg and Harrison, Mo. 

1.949. September 29Lh and 30th— 2d Missouri Militia Cavalry, Battery H, 2d Mis- 

souri Light Artillery, and 14th Iowa Volunteers; Price's invasion of 
Missouri. 

Preble's Farm, Poplar Springs Church, Va. 

1.950. September 30th to October l?t— 1st Division, 5th Corps, and 2d Division, 

9th Corps. 

Arthur's Swamp, Va. 

1.951. September 30th to October 1st— 2d Cavalry Division, Army of the Po- 

tomac. 

Athens, Ala. 

1.952. October 1st and 2d— 73d Indiana Volunteers. 

XIII.— 9 



194 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Huntsville, Ala. 

1.953. October 1st— Detachments of the 12th and 13th Indiana Cavalry. 

Franklin, Mo. 

1.954. October 1st— Enrolled Missouri Militia. 

Reconnoisseince on Charles City Cross Roads, Va. 

1.955. October 1st— Spear's Cavalry Brigade and Terry's Brigade, 10th Corpn, 

Army of the James. 

Yellow Tavern, Weldon R. R., Va. 

1.956. October 1st to 5th — 3d Division, 2d Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Sweetwater, Noses, and Powder Spring Creeks, Ga. 

1.957. October 1st to 3d. — Kilpatrick's Cavalry, Army of the Cumberland, 

Waynesboro, Va. 

1.958. October 2d— Portions of let Division, and 3d Division, Cavalry Corps, 

Army of the Potomac. 

Saltville, Va. 

1.959. October 2d— 11th and 13th Kentucky, 12th Ohio, 11th Michigan, and 5th 

and 6th U. S. Colored Cavalry, and 26th, 30th, £5th, 37th, 39th, 40th, and 
45th Kentucky Mounted Infantry. 

G-ladesville, Pound Gap, Va. 

1.960. October 2d— 1st Kentucky Cavalry, and 3d Kentucky Mounted Infantry. 

Near Memphis, Tenn. 

1.961. October 4th — One company 7th Indiana Cavalry 

Jackson, La. 

1.962. October 5th— 23d Wisconsin Volunteers, 1st Texas, and 1st Louisiana Cav- 

alry, and 2d and 4th Massachusetts Battery. 

AUatoona, Ga. 

1.963. October 5th— 7th, 12th, 50th, 57th, and 93d Illinois, 39th Iowa, 4th Minne- 

sota, and 18th Wisconsin Volunteers, and 12th Wisconsin Battery. 

Fort Adams, La. 

1.964. October 5th— 2d Wisconsin, and 3d U. S. Colored Cavalry. 

Florence, Ala. 

1.965. October 6th— 60th Illinois Voliuiteers, and 3d and 6th Tennessee Cavalry. 

North Shenandoah, Va. 

1.966. October 8th Ohio Cavalry. 

Prince's Place, Osage River, Cole Co., Mo. 

1.967. October 6th— 1st, 7th, and 9th Missouri Militia Cavalry. Price's invasion 

of Missouri. 

Woodville, Miss. 

1.968. October 6th— Troops not specified. 

New Market, Va. 

1.969. October 7th— 3d Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Darbytown Roads, near New Market Heights, Va. 

1.970. Octob.;r 7th— 10th Corps and Cavalry, Army of the James. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 195 

1864.] Moreau Bottom, near Jefferson City, Mo. 

1.971. October 7th— Missouri Militia, Cavalry, Artillery, and Infantry. Price's 

invasion of Missouri. 

ReconnoL^samce to the Boydtown Plank Road, Va. 

1.972. October Sth— 5th and 9th Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Tom's Brook (or Fisher's Hill), Strasburg, Woodstock, Va. 

1.973. October 9th— l&t and 3d Divisions Cavalrj', Army of the Potomac. 

California, Mo. 

1.974. October 9th to 11th— 4th and 7th Missouri Militia Cavalry, and Batteries 

H and L, 2d Missouri Artillery. 

Boonsville, Mo. 

1.975. October 9th to 11th— 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th Missouri Militia Cavalry, 

15th Missouri, and 17th Illinois Cavalry, and Battery H, 2d Missouri 
Light Artillery. Price's invasion of Missouri. 

South Tunnel, Tenn. 

1.976. October 10th— 40th U. S. Colored Troops. 

East Point, Miss. 

1.977. October 10th— 61st U. S. Colored Troops (2d Tennes.=5ee). 

Fort Donelson, Tenn. 
1,'.)78. October 11th— Portion of 4th U. S. Colored Heavy Artillery. 

Stony Creek Station, 7a. 

1.979. October 11th — 13th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Narrows, Ga. 

1.980. October 11th — Garrard's Cavalry Division, Army of the Cumberland. 

Greenville, Tenn. 

1.981. October 12th — Troops not given. 

Resaca, Ga. 

1.982. October 12th^Garrison, commanded by Colonel Weaver. 

Reconnoissance to Strasburg, Va. 
1.9S3. October 13th— 1st and 2d Divisions, 19th Corps ; and 1st and 2d Divisions, 
Army of West Virginia. 

Tilton, Ga. 

1.984. October 13th— Troops not specified. 

Dalton, Ga. 

1.985. October 13th -Troops commanded by Colonel Johnson. 

Buzzard Roost Blockhouse, Ga. 

1.986. October 13th— One company of the 115th Illinois Volunteers. 

Reconnoissance, Darbytown Road, Va. 

1.987. October 13th— 1st and 3d Divisions Tenth Corps and Cavalry, Army of the 

James. 

Bayou Biddell, La. 

1.988. October 15th— 52d U. S. Colored troops. 2d Mississippi. 



196 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Glasgow, Mo. 

1.989. October 15th — 43d Missouri Volunteers, detachments of the 17th Illinois, 

9th Missouri Militia, and l;ith Missouri Cavalry, and b2d U. S. Colored 
troops (1st Mis ouri) ; Price's invasion of Missouri. 

Snake Creek Gap, Ga. 

1.990. October 15th — Portion of the Army of the Tennessee. 

Sedalia, Mo. 

1.991. October 15th— 1st and 7th Missouri Militia Cavalry; Price's invasion of 

Missouri. 

Ship's Gap, Taylor's Ridge, Ga. 

1.992. October 16th— 1st Division, 15th Corps. 

Cedar Run Church, Va. 

1.993. October 17th — Detachment of 1st Connecticut Cavalry. 

Pierce's Point, Blackwater, Fla. 

1.994. October 18th— 19th Iowa Volunteers, aud 2d Maine and 1st Florida Cavalry. 

Lexington, Mo. 

1.995. October 19th— 3d Wisconsin, and 5th, 11th, 15th, and 16th Kansas Cavalry ; 

Price's invasion of Missouri. 

Cedar Creek (or Middletown), Va. 

1.996. October 19th— 1st and 3d Divisions Cavalry, and 6th Corps, Army of the 

Potomac ; Sth Corps and Cavalry, Army of West Vii-ginia ; and 1st and 
2d Division 19th Corps. 

Fort Leavenworth, Kan. 

1.997. October 20th to 26th— Troops not given. 

Little River, Tenn. 

1.998. October 20th — Cavalry and portion of 15th Corps. 

Harrodsburg, Ky. 

1.999. October 21st— 5th U. S. Colored Cavalry. 

Little Blue, Mo. 

2.000. October 21st— 2d Colorado, 3d Wisconsin, 5th, 11th, 15th, and 16th Kansas 

Cavalry and one Brigade of Kansas Militia, 2d and 5th Missouri Militia, 
and two Battalions of the 2d Missouri Artillery ; two engagements ; 
Price's invasion of Missouri. 

Independence, Mo. 

2.001. October 22d-2d Colorado, 5th. 7th, 11th, 15th, and 16th Kansas Cavalry 

and Kansas Militia, 1st, 2d, 4th. 6th, 7th. 8th, and 9th Missouri Militia 
Cavalry, 13th Missouri, 3d Iowa and 17th Illinois Cavalry ; two engage- 
ments ; Price's invasion of Missouri. 

White River, Ark. 

2.002. October 22d— 53d U. S. Colored troops. 

Gunboat attack on the Union Batteries, on the James River, Va. 

2.003. October 22d — Confederate loss 11 wounded. 

Hurricane Creek, Miss. 

2.004. October 23d— 1st Iowa and 9th Kansas Cavalry. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 197 

1864.] Princeton, Ark. 

2.005. October 23d— 3d Missouri Cavalry. 

Westport, Big Blue, Mo. 

2.006. October 23d— Missouri Militia Cavalry, Cavalry of General A. J. Smith's 

command, and Cavalry and Kansas Militia of the Army of the Border ; 
Price's invasion of Missouri. 

Cold V^ter Grove, Osage, Mo. 

2.007. October 24th— Kansas Cavalry of the Army of the Border. 

Mine Creek, Maria des Cygnes and Little Osage River, Kan. 

2.008. October 25th— Cavalry of Generals Pleasonton's and Curtis' armies; 

pursuit of Price's forces. 

Milton, Blackwater, Fla. 

2.009. October 26th— 19th Iowa Volunteers and 2d Maine Cavalry. 

Decatur, Ala. 

2.010. October 26th to 29th— 18th Michigan, 102d Ohio, and 68th Indiana Volun- 

teers, and 14th U. S. Colored troops. 
Hatche's Run, South Side R. R. (or Boydtown Road, Vaughn Road, and 
Burgess Farm), Va. 

2.011. October 27th— 2d Cavalry Division, 2d and 3d Division 2d Corps, 5th and 

9th Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Fair Oaks (near Richmond), Va. 

2.012. October 27th to 28th— 10th and 18th Corps and Cavalry, Army of the 

James. 

Newtonia, Mo. 

2.013. October 28th and 30th— Cavalry of the Army of the Border ; pursuit of 

Price's forces. 

Fort Haiman, Tenn. 

2.014. October 28th— Union Gunboats. 

Destruction of the Rebel Ram Albemarle. 

2.015. October 28th— Thirteen men, commanded by Lieutenant W. B. Gushing, 

U. S. Navy. 

Fayetteville, Ark. 

2.016. October 28th— 1st Arkansas Cavalry. 

Morristown, Tenn. 

2.017. October 28th— Cavalry commanded by General Gillem. 

Beverly, W. Va. 

2.018. October 29th— 8th Ohio Cavalry. 

Muscle Shoals, Racoon Ford, Ala. 

2.019. October 30th— 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, Army of the Cumberland. 

Near Brownsville, Ala. 

2.020. October 30th— 7th Iowa and 11th Missouri Cavalry. 

Ladija, Terrapin Creek, Ala. 

2.021. October 30th— Garrard's Cavalry Division, Army of the Cumberland. 



198 STATISTICAL. RECORD. 

Plymouth, N. O. 

2.022. October 31st — TJ. S. steamers Commodore Hill, Shamrock, Otsego, Wya- 
lusing, and Tacony. 

Black River, La. 

2.023. November 1st— 6th U. 5. Colored Heavy Artillery. 

Union Station, Teim. 

2.024. November 1st to 4th — 10th Missouri Cavalry. 

Vera Cruz, Ark. 

2.025. November 3d — One company of 46th Missouri Volunteers, 

Johnsonville, Tenn. 

2.026. November 4th and 5th — 11th Tennessee Cavalry, 43d Wisconsin "Volun- 

teers, and 12th U. S. Colored troops. 

Big Pigeon River, Tenn. 

2.027. November 5th and 6th — 3d North Carolina Mounted Infantry. 

Fort Sedgwick, Va. 

2.028. November 5th — 2d Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Atlanta, G-a. 

2.029. November 8th — 2d Division, 20th Corps, Army of the Cumberland. 

Shoal Creek, Ala. 

2.030. November 9th — 5th Division, Cavalry, Army of the Cumberland. 

Newtown, Ninevah, and Cedar Springs, Va. 

2.031. November 12th — 1st and 3d Divisions, Cavalry, Army oZ the Potomac ; and 

2d Cavalry Division, Army of West Virginia. 

Bull's Gap, Morristown, Tenn. 

2.032. November 13th— 8th, 9th, and 13th Tennessee Cavalry. 

Cow Creek, Ark. 

2.033. November 14th to 28th— 54th U. S. Colored troops (2d Arkansas), and 3d 

Kansas Indian Home Guards. 

Clinton and Liberty Creek, La. 

2.034. November 15th — Expedition commanded by General A, L. Lee. 

Lovejoy Station, Jonesboro', Ga. 

2.035. November 16th — 1st Brigade 3d Division, Cavalry, Army of the Cumber- 

land. 

Bear Creek Station, Ga. 

2.036. November 16th — 2d Brigade 3d Division, Cavalry, Army of the Cumber- 

land. 

Chester Station, Bermuda Hundred, Va. 

2.037. November 17th — 209th Pennsylvania Volunteers. 

Aberdeen and Butler Creek, Ala. 

2.038. November 17th— 2d Iowa Cavalry. 

Myerstown, Va. 

2.039. November 18th — Detachment 91st Ohio Volunteers, 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 199 

1864.] Bayou La Fouche (or Ash Bayou), La. 

2.040. November 19th— 11th Wisconsin Volunteers, and 93d U. S. Colored troops. 

Macon, Ga. 

2.041. November 20th— 10th Ohio and 9th Pennsylvania Cavalry, 92d Illinoia 

Mounted Infantry, and 10th Wisconsin Battei-y, Anny of the Cumber- 
land. 

Liberty and Jackson, La. 

2.042. November 21st — 4th Wisconsin Cavahy and 1st Wisconsin Battery. 

Rolling Fork, Miss. 

2.043. November 22d— 3d U. S. Colored Cavalry (1st Mississippi). 

Griswoldville, Ga. 

2.044. November 22d— Walcott's Brigade, 1st Division, 15th Corps, and Ist Bri- 

gade, 3d Cavalry Division, Army of the Tennessee. 

Clinton, Ga. 

2.045. November 22d— Advance of the 15th Corps. 

Rood's Hill, Va. 

2.046. November 22d— 1st and 3d Divisions Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac, 

and 2d Cavalry Divifiion, Army of West Virginia. 

Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 

2.047. November 22d — 5th Cavalry Division, Military Division of the Mississippi. 

Bent's Old Fork, Texas. 

2,C48. November 24th— 1st California Cavalry. 

Campbellville and Lynnville, Tenn. 

2.049. November 24th— 5th Cavalry Division, Military Division of the Missouri. 

Columbia, Duck Run, Tenn. 

2.050. November 24th to 28th— Capron's Brigade 1st Cavalry Division, and 4th 

and 23d Corps, General Thomas' army. 

Ball's Ferry, Oconee River, Ga. 

2.051. November 24th and 25th — 1st Alabama Cavalry, advance of the Army of 

the Tennessee. 

Pawnee Forks, Zansas. 

2.052. November 25th— One Company 1st Colorado Cavah-y. 

St. Vrain's Old Fort, New Mexico, 

2.053. November 25th — One Company of 1st New Mexico Cavalry. 

Madison Station, Ala. 

2.054. November 26th— 101st U. S. Colored troops. 

Sandersville (or Buffalo Creek), Ga. 

2.055. November 20th— 3d Brigade 1st Division, 20th Corps. 

Sylvan Grove, Ga. 

2.056. November 26th— 8th Indiana and 2d Kentucky Cavalry. 

Big Black River Bridge, Mississippi Central R. R. 

2.057. November 27th— Cavalry and Artillery, commanded by Colonel Osband, 3d 

XT. S. Colored Cavabry. 



200 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Waynesboro, Thomas' Station, and Buck Head Creek (or Reynolds' Plan- 
tation, Jones' Plantation, and Brown's Gross Roads), Ga. 

2.058. November 27th to 29th— 3d Cavalrj DiviKion, Army Military Division of 

the Mississippi. 

Fort Kelly, New Creek, W. Va. 

2.059. November 28th — From Confederate reports. 

Spring Hill (or Mount Carmel), Tenn. 

2.060. November 29th— 4th Corps and Cavalry. 

Big Sandy, Col. Ter. 

2.061. November 29th— 1st and 3d Colorado Cavalry. 

Franklin, Tenn. 

2.062. November 30th— 4th Corps, Army of the Cumberland, 23d Corps, Army 

of the Ohio. 

Honey Hill, Broad River (or Grahamsville), S. O. 

2.063. November oOth— 2.5th Ohio, 56th and 155th New York Volunteers, and 

26th, 32d, 35th, and 102d U. S. Colored troops, and 54th and 55th Massa- 
chusetts Colored troops, Army of the South. 

Bermuda Hundred, Va. 

2.064. November 30th to December 4th— Pickets of the 20th Colored troops. 

Stoney Creek Station and Duvall's Mills, Weldon R. R., Va. 

2.065. December 1st— 2.1 Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac. 

Twelve miles from Yazoo City, Miss. 

2.066. December 1st — Detachment of the 2d Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Trenches before Petersburg, Va. 

2.067. December 1st to 31st— Army of the Potomac. 

Skirmishing in front of Nashville, Tenn. 

2.068. December Isc to 14th— 4th Corps, Army of the Cumberland, 23d Corps, 

Army of the Ohio, 1st and 3d Divisions 16th Corps, Army of the Ten- 
nesseee, and Cavalry. 

Millen Grove, Ga. 

2.069. December 1st — 5th Kentucky and 8th Indiana Cavalry of Sherman's army. 

Rocky Creek Church, Ga. 

2.070. December 2d — 3d Kentucky and 5th Ohio Cavalry ; advance of Sherman's 

army. 

, Mississippi. 

2.071. December 2d— 2d New York Cavalry. 

Block House No. 2, Mill Creek, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

2.072. December 2d and 3d— Detachment of 115th Ohio Volunteers, 44th and two 

Companies 14th U. S. Colored troops. 

Thomas' Station, Ga. 

2.073. December 3d— 92d Illinois Mounted Infantry. 

Coosaw River, S. 0. 

2.074. December 4th — 25th Ohio Volunteers. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 201 

1864.] Block House No. 7, Overall's Creek, Tenn. 

2.075. December 4th — Troops commanded by General Milroy. 

Waynesboro' and Brier Creek, G-a. 

2.076. December 4th — 3d Cavalry Division, Army Military Division of the Missis- 

sippi. 

Statesboro, Ga. 

2.077. December 4th— Foragers of the 15th Corps. 

Murfroesboro (or Cedars), Tenn. 

2.078. December 5th to 8th — Troops commanded by General Rousseau. 

Deveaux Neck (or Tillafinney River, Mason's Bridge, and Gregory's 
Farm), S. C. 

2.079. December Oth to 0th— 26th, .3.3d, .34th, and 102d U. S. Colored troops, 54th 

and 55th Massachusetts Colored troops, 56th and 155th New York, and 
25th and 107th Ohio Volunteers, and ad Rhode Island Artillery ; also a 
Naval Brigade. 

White Post, Va. 

2.080. December 6th— 50 men of the 21st New York Cavalry. 

Ebenezer Creek, Cypress Swamp, Ga. 

2.081. December 7th — 9th Michigan and 9th Ohio Cavalry, rear guard of left 

wing of Sherman's Army. 

Ogeechee River (or Jenk's Bridge, Eden Station, and Poole's Station), Ga. 

2.082. December 7th to 9th— 15th and 17th Corps, right wing of the Army of the 

Military Division of the Mississippi. 

Weldon R. R. Expedition. 

2.083. December 7th to 11th— 2d Division Cavalry Corps, 5th Corps, and 3d Di- 

vision 2d Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Reconnoissance to Hatcher's Run, Va. 

2.084. December 8th and 9th — 3d and 13tli Pennsylvania and 6th Ohio Cavalry, 

and 1st Division, 2d Corps. 

Raid to Gordonsville, Va. 

2.085. December 8th to 28th — 1st and 3d Divisions Cavalry, Army of the Poto- 

mac. 

Expedition into Western N. C. 

2.086. December 9th to January 14th, 1865— 3d North Carolina Volunteers. 

Fort Lyons (or Sand Creek), Ind. Ter. 

2.087. December 9th — 1st Colorado Cavalry, commanded by Colonel J. M. Chiv- 

ington : massacre of 500 Indians. 

Cuyler's Plantation, Monteith Swamp, Ga. 

2.088. December 9th— 14th Corps of the left wing of the Army Military Division 

of the Mississippi. 

Expedition to Hamilton, N. C. 

2.089. December 9th to 12th— 27th Massachusetts and 9th New Jersey Volunteers, 

North Carolina Cavalry, and 3d New York Artillery ; skirmish at Foster's 
Bridge on the 10 th, and Butler's Bridge on the 12th. 

9* 



202 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Bellefield and Hicksford, Va. 

2.090. December 9th— 2d Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac ; skir- 

mish during the Weldon R. R. expedition. 

Siege of Savannah, Ga. 

2.091. December 10th to 21st-14th and 20th Corps, left wing ; 1.5th and 17th 

Corps, right wing ; Army Military Division of the Mississippi. 

Elkton, Ky. 

2.092. December 12th — 1st Cavalry Division, commanded by Brigadier-General 

McCook. 

Stoneman's Raid from Bean's Station, Tenn., to Saltville, Va. 

2.093. December 12th to 21st— Cavalry of the Army of the Ohio. 

Kingsport, Tenn. 

2.094. December 13th — 8th, 9th, and LSth Tennessee Cavalry ; Stoneman's raid. 

Fort McAllister, Ga. 

2.095. December 13th — 2d Division, 15th Corps, Sherman's army. 

Bristol, Tenn. 

2.096. December 14th — Cavalry commanded by General Burbridge ; Stoneman's 

raid. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

2.097. December 14th — 4th Iowa Cavalry. 

Abingdon, Va. 

2.098. December 15th — Cavalry commanded by General Burbridge ; Stoneman's 

raid. 

Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

2.099. December 15th — Troops commanded by General Rousseau. 

Grlade Springs. 

2.100. December 15th — 12th Kentucky Cavalry ; Stonetnan's raid. 

Nashville (or Brentwood), Overton's Hills, Tenn. 

2.101. December 15th and 16th— 4th Corps, Ai-my of the Cumberland ; 23d Corps, 

Army of the Ohio ; 1st and 3d Divisions, 16th Corps, Army of the Ten- 
nessee; Detachments of Colored troops, Convalescents, Recruits, etc., 
and Cavalry Corps. 

Hopkinsville, Ky. 

2.102. December 16th — 2d and 3d Brigades, McCook's 1st Cavalry Division. 

Marion and Wytheville, Va. 

2.103. December 16th — 8th, 9th, and 13th Tennessee Cavalry ; Stoneman's raid. 

* Millwood, Va. * 

2.104. December 17th— Scouting party, 14th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Hollow Tree Gap, Tenn. 

2.105. December 17th — 5th and 7th Divisions, Cavalry, General Thomas' army. 

Franklin, Tenn. 

2,100. December 17th — 6th Division, Cavalry, Thomas' army. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 203 

1864.] Mitchell's Creek, Fla. 

2.107. December 17th— 82d U. S. Colored troops. 

Pine Barren Creek, Ala. 

2.108. December 17th to 19th— 82d and 97th U. S. Colored troops. 

Marion, Va. 

2.109. December 18th— Cavalry of the Army of the Ohio ; Stoneman's raid. 

Franklin Creek, Miss. 

2.110. December 18th— Troops of the .3d Corps. 

Rutherford Creek, Tenn. 

2.111. December 19th — Cavah-y of General Thomas' army. 

Saltville, Va. 

2.112. December 20th — Gillem's and Burbridge's Cavalry, commanded by General 

Stoneraan. 

Lacey's Springs, Va. 

2.113. December 20th — 3d Division of Cavalry, Army of the Potomac. 

Madison Court House. 

2.114. December 20tl^Michigau Cavalry Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, Army of 

the Potomac. 

Lynnville, Tenn. 

2.115. December 23cl — Cavalry of General Thomas' army. 

Jack's Shop, near G-ordonsville, Va. 

2.116. December 23d — 1st Cavalry Division, Army of the Potomac, and 2d Cav- 

alry Division, Army of West Virginia. 

Buford's Station, Tenn. 

2.117. December 23d— Cavalry of General Thomas' army. 

Elizabethtown, Ky. 

2.118. December 24th — 1st Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Mocassin G-ap, Va. 

2.119. December 24th — 8th Tennessee Cavalr3'^ ; Stoneman's raid. 

Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

2.120. December 24th— 12th U. S. Colored troops. 

Fort Fisher, N. C. 

2.121. December 25th — North Atlantic Squadron, commanded by Rear- Admiral 

Porter, and troops of 10th Corps, Army of the James. 

Pulaski, Lamb's Ferry, Anthony's Hill, and Sugar Creek, Tenn. 

2.122. December 25th — Cavalry of General Thomas' army. 



204 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Verona, Miss. 
2,123. December 25th— 7th Indiana Cavalry. 

Decatur, Ala. 

2,121. December 27th and 2Sth — Maj.-G-eneral Steadman's Provisional Division. 

Egypt Station, Miss. 

2.125. December 28th— 7th Indiana, 4th and 11th Illinois, 4th and 10th Missouri, 

2d Wisconsin, 2d New Jersey, 1st Mississippi, and 3d U. S. Colored Cav- 
alry. 

Pond Spring, Ala. 

2.126. December 29th— 15th Pennsylvania, and Detachments of 2d Tennessee and 

10th, 12th, and 13th Indiana Cavalry. 



1865.-(135.) 

Franklin, Miss. 

2.127. Januarj' 2d— 4th and 11th Illinois and .3d U, S. Colored Cavalry. 

Nauvoo, Ala. ^ 

2.128. January 2d — 15th Pennsylvania, and Detachments of 2d Tennessee, and 

10th, 12th, and 13th Indiana Cavalry ; Capture and destruction of Hood's 
Supply and Pontoon Train. 

Thorn Hill, Ala. 

2.129. January 3d — 15th Pennsylvania, and Detachments of the 10th, 12th, and 

13th Indiana, and 2d Tennessee Cavalry. 

Smithfield, Ky. 

2.130. January 5ih— 6th U. S. Colored Troops. 

Julesburg, Ind. Ter. 

2.131. January 7th — One company af the 7th Iowa Cavalry ; Indian fight. 

Scottsboro, Ala. 

2.132. January 8th— 54 men of the 101st U. S. Colored troops. 

Ivy Ford, Ark. 

2.133. January 8th— 79th U. S. Colored troops. 

Beverly, W. Va. 

2.134. January 11th— ?4th Ohio Volunteers and 8th Ohio Cavalry. 

Fort Fisher, N. C. 

2.135. January 1.3th to 15th— 2d Division, and 2d Brigade 1st Division, 24th 

Corps, and 3d Division, 2.5th Corps, Army of the James, sailors and 
marines of the Atlantic Blockading Squadron. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 205 

1865] Red Hill, Ala, 

2.136. January 14th— 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Dardanelle, Ark. 

2.137. January 14th — 2d Kansas Cavalry and Iowa Cavalry. 

Pocotaligo, S. 0. 

2.138. January 14th to 16th— 17th Corps, Army of the Tennessee. 

Explosion of the Magazine at Fort Fisher. 

2.139. January 16th— Troops of the Army of the James. 

Ten Miles from Columbus, Ky. 

2.140. January 18th— Tennessee Cavalry. 

Half Moon Battery, Sugar Loaf Hill, N. O. 

2.141. January 19th — Portion of the 24th and 25th Corps, Army of the James. 

Fort Brady (or Fort Burnham, or Bogg's Mills), Va. 

2.142. January 24th— U. S, Colored Troops and Heavy Artillery, Army of the 

James. 

Oombahee River, S. O. 

2.143. January 25th— 15th and 17th Corps, Army of the Tennessee. 

Powhatan, Va. 

2.144. January 25th— 1st U. S. Colored Cavalry. 

Simpsonvllle, Ky. 

2.145. January 25th— 5th U. S. Colored Cavalry. 

Expedition into Western North Sarolina. 

2.146. January 29th to Februyy 11th— 3d North Carolina. 

River's Bridge, Salkahatchie, S. O. 

2.147. February 3d to 9th— 17th and 15th Corps, Army of the Tennessee ; includes 

skirmishes at Hickory Hill, Owen Cross Roads, Lowtonville, Duck Creek, 
and vVhiphy Swamp. 

/'^ Dabney's Mills (also known as Rowanty Creek and Vaughn Road), 
Hatcher's Run, Va. 

2.148. February 5th to 7th — 2d Cavalry Division, 3d and 5th Corps, and 1st Di- 

vision, 6th Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Dunn's Lake, Volusia Co., Fla. 

2.149. February 5th — Detachment of the 17th Connecticut Volunteers. 

Mud Springs, Ind. Ter, 

2,lc;0. February 8th— 11th Ohio and 7th Iowa Cavah-y ; Indian Qght. 
Wiliston, S. 0. 

2.151. February 8th— Cavalry commanded by General Kilpatrick. 

Binnaker's Bridge, South Edisto River, S. O. 

2.152. February 9th— 17th Corps, Army of the Tennessee. 



206 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Rush Creek, Ind. Ter. 

2.153. February 9th— 11th Ohio and 7th Iowa Cavah-y ; Indian fight. 

James' Island, S. 0. 

2.154. February 10th— Schimmelfennigs Division of Troops of the Department of 

the South. 

Blackville, S. O. 

2.155. February 11th — 3d Cavalry Division, Army Military Division of the Missis- 

sippi. 

Sugar Loaf Battery, Federal Point, N. C. 

2.156. February 11th— 2d Division and 1st Brigade 1st Division, 24th Corps, and 

3d Division, 25th Corps, Army of the James. 

Aiken, S. O. 

2.157. February 11th — .3d Cavalry Division, Sherman's army. 

Orangeburg, North Edisto River, S. C. 

2.158. February 12th — 17th Corps, Army of the Tennessee. 

G-unter's Bridge, S. O. 

2.159. February 14th — 3d Cavalry Division, Sherman's army. 

Congaree Creek, S. 0. 

2.160. February 15th— 15th Corps, Army of the Tennessee. 

Cedar Keys, Fla. 

2.161. February 16th— 2d U. S. Colored troops. 

Columbia, S. C. 

2.162. February 16th and 17th— 15th Corps, Army of the Tennessee. 

Fort Jones, Ky. ^ 

2.163. February 18th— 12th U. S. Colored Heavy Artillery. 

Ashby Gap, Va. 

2.164. February 18th— Detachment 14th Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Charleston, S. C. 

2.165. February 18th— Troops of the Department of the South. 

Fort Anderson, N. C. 

2.166. February 18th— Navy, troops of the 24th Corps, Army of the James, and 

23d Corps, Army of the Ohio. 

Fort Meyers, Fla. 

2.167. February 20th — Troops not specified. 

Town Creek, N. O. 

2.168. February 20th— 3d Division, 23J Corps, Army of the Ohio. 

Wilmington, N. C. 

2.169. February 22d— 2d and 3d Divisions, 23d Corps. Army of the Ohio, and a 

portion of the 24th Corps, Army of the James. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 207 

1865.] Douglass Landing, Pine Bluff, Ark. 

2.170. February 22d— 13th Illinois Cavalry. 

Mount Clio, S. C. 

2.171. February 26th — Detachment of Mounted Men commanded by Captain 

Duncan. 

Lynch Creek, S. O. 

2.172. February 26th— Advance of the 15th Corps. 

Chattanooga, Tenn, 

2.173. Febniary loth U. S. Colored troops. 

Sheridan's Raid in Va. 

2.174. February 27th to March 25th— 1st and 3d Division Cavalry Corps, Army of 

the Potomac. 

Mount Crawford, Va. 

2.175. February 29th— 3d Brigade 3d Division Cavalry, Army of the Potomac ; 

Sheridan's raid. 

Waynesboro, Va. 

2.176. March 2d— 3d Division Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac; Sheridan's 

raid. 

Clinton, La. 

2.177. March 4th Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Chesterfield, S. C. 

2.178. March 2d— Advance of the 20th Corps. 

Cheraw, S. O. 

2.179. March 2d and 3d— Advance of 17th Corps. 

Florence, S. C. 

2.180. March 3d— Detachment of Mounted Infantry from Sherman's army. 

Olive Branch, La. 

2.181. Maich 6th — 4th Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Natural Bridge, Pla. 

2.182. March 6th— 2d and 99th U. S. Colored troops, and other troops, com- 

manded by General Newton. 

North Fork, Shenandoah, Va. 

2.183. March 6th— Portion of Sheridan's Cavalry, commanded by Colonel Thomp- 

son, 1st N. H. Cavalry. 

Rockingham, N. O. 

2.184. March 7th— Kilpatrick's Cavalry Division, Sherman's army. 

Wilcox's Bridge, Wise's Fork, N. 0. 

2.185. March 8th to 10th— 1st and 2d Divisions of the District of Beaufort, and 1st 

Division 23d Corps, Army of the Ohio. 

Monroe's Cross Roads, N. O. 

2.186. March 10th— Kilpatrick's Cavalry Division. 



208 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Clear Lake, Ark, 

2.187. March 11th— 3d Wisconsin Cavalry. 

Silver Run, Fayetteville, N. O. 

2.188. March 13th— Advance of the 14th and ITth Corps. 

Banston, N. C. 

2.189. March 14th— Maj.-General Schofield's command ; occupation of. 

South Anna River, Va. 

2.190. March 15th— 5th U. S. Cavalry. 

Taylor's Hole Creek, N. O. 

2.191. March 15th— Kilpatrick's Cavalry. 

Ashland, Va. 

2.192. March 15th— 2d Brigade, 3d Division, Cavalry, Army of the Potomac ; 

Sheridan's raid. 

Averysboro (or Smith's Farm), N. O. 

2.193. March 16th— 20th Corps and Kilpatrick's Cavalry Division, Sherman's 

army. 

Boyd's Station, Ala. 

2.194. March 18th— 101st U. S. Colored Troops. 

Bentonville, N. 0. 

2.195. March 19th to 21st— 14th and 20th Corps, left wing, 15th and 17th Corps, 

right wing, and Cavalry Division, Sherman's army. 

Stoneman's Raid, Southwestern Va. and N. C. 

2.196. March 20th to April 6th— Palmers, Brown's, and Miller's Brigades of 

Cavalry. 

Goldsboro, N. 0. 

2.197. March 21st— Occupied by G-eneral Schofield's command. 

Hamilton, Va. 

2.198. March 21st— 12th Pennsylvania Cavah-y. 

Wilson's Raid, Chickasaw, Ala., to Macon, Ga. 

2.199. March 22d to April 24th— 1st and 2d Brigades 1st Division, 1st and 2d 

Brigades 2d Division, 1st and 2d Brigades 4th Division, Cavalry Corps, 
JMiUtary Division of the Mississippi. 

Sumterville, S. C. 

2.200. March 23d— Troops not specified. 

Rerock, Arizona Ter. 

2.201. March 24th— 1st New Mexico Cavalry. 

Coxa's Bridge, N. O. 

2.202. March 24th— Provisional Corps, commanded by General Terry. 

Fort Steadman (in front of Petersburg), Va. 

2.203. March 25th— 1st and .3d Divifiions, 9th Corps, Army of the Potomac. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES, ETC. 209 

1865.] Petersburg, Va. 

-^2,204. March 25th— 2d and 6th Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Pine Barren Creek (or Bluff Spring), Ala. 

2.205. March 25fch — Cavalry advance of General Steele's column. 

Siege of Mobile, Ala. 

2.206. March 2fith to April 9th— Army of the Military Division of the West Missis- 

sippi, Maj. -General E. R. S. Canby. 

Spanish Fort, Ala. 

2.207. March 26th to April 8th— 1.3th and lOth Corps, Army of the Military Di- 

vision of the West Mississippi, and Navy. 

Quaker Road, Gravelly Run, Va. 

2.208. March 29th— 1st Division (Griffin), and 5th Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Boydton and White Oak Roads, Va. 
^ 2,209. March 31st — 5th and 2d Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Dinwiddle Court House, Va. 

2.210. March 31st— 1st, 2d, and 3d Divisions, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Poto- 

mac. 

Montavallo and Six Mile Creek, Ala. 

2.211. March .31st — 4th Division, Cavalry ; Wilson's raid. 

Five Forks, Va. 

2.212. April Ist — Division of Cavalry, Army of the James, Ist, 2d, and 3d Divi- 

sions Cavalry Corps, and 5th Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Boone, N. O. 

2.213. April lst~Stoneman's raid. 

Trion, Ala. 

2.214. April 1st— 1st Brigade, 1st Division Cavalry Corps, Military Division of the 

Mississippi ; Wilson's raid. 

Mount Pleasant, AIcL 

2.215. April 1st— Cavalry of General Canby's forces. 

Centreville, Ala. 

2.216. April 1st— 2d Brigade, 1st Divisions Cavalry Corps, Military Division of the 

Mississippi ; Wilson's raid. 

Bogler's Creek and Plantersville (oi Ebenezer Church and Maplesville), 
Ala. 

2.217. April 1st— 2d and 4th Divisions, Cavalry, Military Division of the Missis- 

sippi; Wilson's raid. 

Seltna, Ala. 

2.218. April 2d— 2d Division Cavalry, Military Division of the Mississippi ; Wil- 

son's raid. 



210 STATISTICAL EECORD. 

Scottsville, Ala. 
2,219. April 2cl — 2d Brigade, 1st Division, Cavalry, Military Division of the Mis- 
sissippi ; Wilson's raid. 

Fall of Petersbtirg, Va. 
■^ 2,220. April 2d— 2d, 6th, and 9th Corps, Army of the Potomac, 24th Corp?, Army 
of the James. 

Namozin Church and Willicomack; Va. 

2.221. April 3d— 3d Division, Cavalry, Army of the Potomac. 

Richmond, Va. 

2.222. April 3d — Occupied by General Weitzers troops. 

Salem, N. 0. 

2.223. April 3d — Cavalry, commanded by Colonel Palmer ; Stoneman's raid. 

WTtheville, Va. 

2.224. April 3d — 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry ; Stoneman's raid. 

Northport, Ala. 

2.225. April 3d — 1st Brigade, 1st Division, Cavalry, Military Division of the 

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Deep River Bridge, N. C. 

2.226. April 4th — Stoneman's raid. 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

2.227. April 4th — 1st Brigade 1st Division Cavalry, Military Division of the Mis- 

sissippi ; Wilson's raid. 

Amelia Springs (or Jettersville), Va. 

2.228. April 5th — 2d Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Sailor's Creek (or Harper's Farm and Deatousville), Va 
■' 2,229. April 6th — Cavalry Corps, 2d and 6th Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Sipsey Swamp, Ala. 
2,230. April 6th— 1st Brigade Cavalry, 1st Division, Military Division of 'the Mis- 
sissippi ; Wilson's raid. 

High Bridge, Appomattox River, Va. 
' 2,231. April 6th— Portion of the 24th Corps. 

Farmville, Va. 
. 2,232. April 7th— 2d Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

Appomattox Court House (or Clover Hill), Va. 
2,233. April 8th and 9th— Cavalry, Army of the Potomac ; 24th Corps, and one 
division 25lh Corps. 

Fort Blakeley, Ala. 
■ 2,234. April 9th— 13th and 16th Corps, Military Division of West Mississippi; 
siege of Mobile. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OP BATTLES, ETC. 211 

1 1*^65 ] Lee's Surrender. 

2,235. April 9th.— Armies of the Potomac and James. 

Sumterville, S. 0. 
2,2.36. April 9th— Troops of the Department of the South. 

Neuses River, W. 0. 

2,237. April 10th — Advance of Sherman's army. 

Lowndesboro, Ala. 

2,2.38. April 10th— 2d Brigade 1st Division Cavalry, Military Division of the 
Mississippi ; Wilson's raid. 

Montgomery, Ala. 

2.239. April 12th to 13th— 2d Brigade 1st Division Cavalry, Military Division of 

the Mississippi ; Wilson's raid. 

Grant's Creek, Salisbury, N. 0. 

2.240. April 12th- Stoneman's raid. 

Whistler's Station, Ala. 

2.241. April 13th— 3d Division 13th Corps, Army of the West Mississippi. 

South Fork, John Day's River, Oregon. 

2.242. April 16th — One company 1st Oregon Cavalry. 

Fort Taylor, West Point, Ga. 

2.243. April 16th— 2d Brigade 1st Division Cavalry, Military Division of the 

Mississippi ; Wilson's raid. 

Columbus, Ga. 

2.244. April 16th — 4th Division, Cavalry, Military Division of the Mississippi ; 

Wilson's raid. 

Berryville, Va. 

2.245. April 17th— General Hancock's command ; surrender of Mosby's command. 

Boykln's Mills (or Bradford's Springs), S. O. 

2.246. April 18th— Troops of the Department of the South. 

Swift Creek, S. C. 

2.247. April 19th— Troops of the Department of the South. 

Dallas, N. C. 

2.248. April 19th — Stoneman's raid. 

Catawba River, N. O. 

2.249. April 19th— Stoneman's raid. 

Tobosofkee, Ga. 

2.250. April 20th— 17th Indiana Mounted Infantry ; Wilson's raid. 

Macon, Ga. 

2.251. April 20th— 2d Division, Wilson's Cavalry Corps ; Wilson's raid. 



212 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

Talladega, Ala. 

2.252. April 22rl— 1st Brigade 1st Division Cavalry, Military Division of the 

Mississippi ; Wilson's raid. 

Mumford's Station, Blue Mount, Ala. 

2.253. April 2.3d— 1st Brigade 1st Division Cavalry, Military Division of the 

Mississippi ; Wilson's raid. 

Suwano Gap, N. O. 

2.254. April 23d— Gillem's Cavalry Command. 

Johnston's Surrender. 

2.255. April 26th— Armies of the Tennessee, Georgia, and Ohio. 

Taylor's Surrender. 

2.256. May 4th 

Irwinsville, G-a. 

2.257. May 10th — 1st Wisconsin and 4th Michigan Cavalry; capture of Jeffer- 

son Davis. 

Sam Jones' Surrender at Tallahassee, Fla. 

2.258. May 10th— Detachments of Wilson's Cavalry. 

Jeff Thompson's Surrender at Chalk Bluff, Ark. 

2.259. May Uth— General Dodge's forces. 

Palmetto Ranch, Texas. 

2.260. May 13th— 62d U. S. Colored Troops, .S4th Indiana Volunteers, and 2d 

Texas Cavalry. 

Kirby Smith's Surrender. 

2.261. May 26th — Maj.- General Canby's command. 



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ENGAGEMEIS^TS AND BATTLES. 



By the numbers following each name the reader will be enabled to 
refer to every occurrence of it in the foregoing lists, both in the chrono- 
logical register and list of losses. 



Aberdeen, Ark., ^72, 378. 

Aberdeen, Ala., 2,038. 

Abbeville. Miss., 1,843, 1,873. 

Abb's Valley, Va.. 1,578. 

Abingdon, Va., 2,098. 

Acton, Minn., 507. 

Ackworth, Ga., 1,C60 

Adamsville, Tenn., 224. 

Adair County, Mo., 439. 

Adairsville, Ga., 1,618. 

.^tna. Mo., 38. 

Aiken, S. C, 2,157. 

Alimosa, N. M., 91. 

Alpine Station, Va., 160. 

Alpine Gap. Ga., 1,154. 

Algiers, La., 345. 

Allen's Farm, Va., 355. 

Aldie, Va., 582, 620. 982. 

Alexandria, La , ],.540. 

Alexandria (near), La., 1,549. 

Alabama, Rebel Steamer, 731, 1,707. 

Alabama, raid in. 1,766. 

Albemarle, Ram, N. C, 1.561. 

Albemarle, Ram, desti'uction of, 2,015. 

Allatoona Hills, Ga., 1,638. 

Allatoona, Ga., l,Wyi, 2,S79. 

Amelia Springs, Va., 2,228. 

Amite River, La., 358, 819. 

Ammunition, explosion of, at City 

Point, Va., 1,837. 
Anandale, Va., 142. 
Antietam, Md., 540, 2,291. 



Anxvois River, Mo., 598. 

Antioch Station, Tenn., 844. 

Anderson's Gap, Tenn., 1,185. 

Anderson s Cross Roads, Tenn., 1,186. 

Antoine, Ark., 1,485. 

Anthony's Hill, Tenn., 2,122. 

Apache Canon. N. M., 215. 

Apache Pass, Arizona, 390. 

Apalachicola River. Fla., 590. 

Appomattox River, Va., 2,231. 

Appomattox Coui-t House, Va., 2,233. 

Acquia Creek Batteries, Va., 206. 

Aranzas Pass, Tex., 1,294. 

Armstrong Ferry, Tenn., 1.369. 

AiTow Rock, Mo., 1,217. 

Arrowfleld Church, Va., 1.587. 

Arkansas Post. Ark., 732. 2,805 

Arkansas River, Ark., 1,769. 

Arkansas, Rebel Ram, attempt to de- 
stroy, 389. 

Arkadelphia, Ark., 772, 1,476. 

Arthur's Swamp, Va., 1.891, 1,951. 

Assault on Fort Wagner, 1,057, 1,081. 

Ashland, La., 963. 

Ashland, Va., 1,593, 1,653, 2,192. 

Ash Bayou, La., 2,040. 

Ashwood Landing, La., 1,547. 

Ashepoo River, S. C, 1,611. 

Ashley's Mills, Ark., 1,140. 

Ashley Station, Ark., 1,876. 

Ashley's Gap, Va., 553, 1,063, 1,782, 
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INDEX TO CHRONOLOGICAL SUMMARY. 



221 



Attack by Guerillas on Transport Cres- 
cent City, 930. 

Atchafalaya River, La., 1,141, 1,803. 

Atlee's, Va., 1,450. 

Athens, Mo., 45. 

Athens, Ala., 274, 1,373, 1,923, 1,952, 
2,375. 

Athens, Ky., 781. 

Atlanta, capture of, 984. 

Atlanta Railroad, raid on, 1,861. 

Atlanta, Ga., 1,7?8, 2,029. 

Atlanta, Ga., Hood's first sortie, 1,788, 
2,360. 

Atlanta, Ga., Hood's second sortie, 
1,805, 2,364. 

Atlanta, Ga., campaign to, from Chat- 
tanooga, 1,567. 

Atlanta, Ga., siege of, 1,808. 

Atlanta, Ga., occupation of, 1,897. 

Austin, Miss., 428, 942, 

Austin, Ark., 1,130. 

Auburn, Va., 1.223. 

Auburn, Ga., 1,779. 

Augusta, Ky., 560. 

Augitsta, Ark., 1,484. 

Averill's raid, W. Va., 1,120. 

AveriU's raid, Southwestern Va., 1,323. 

Avoyelle's Prairie, La., 1,604. 

Averysboro', N. C, 2,193, 2,392. 

Bad Lands, D. T., 1,836. 

Baltimore, streets of, 3. 

Baltimore Cross Roads, Va., 1,008, 

1,0-25, 
Bayou Cache, Ark., 373. 
Bayou De View, Ark., 373, 
Bayou Barnard. Cher. Nat., 415, 
Bayou Teche, La., 627, 735, 846. 
Bayou Bontecou, La., 653, 
Bayou Vermilion, La., 856. 
Bayou Pierre, Miss., 893. 
Bayou Tensas, La., 1,019. 
Bayou Metoe, Ark., 1,127, 1,131. 
Bayou Borbeaux, La,, 1,263, 
B:xyoTi Sara, Miss., 1,277, 
Bayou Rapides, La,, 1,471. 
Bayou La Mourie, La., 1,572, 
Bayou De Glaize, La., 1,622 
Bayou Bidell, La„ 1,988, 
Bayou La Fouche, La., 2,040, 



Ball's Cross Roads, Va,, 58. 

Ball's Bluff, Va., 107, 2,265. 

Ball's Ferry, Ga., 2,051. 

Barboursville, W. Va., 26, 82. 

Bayles' Cross Roads, La., 98. 

Bagdad, Ky., 147. 

Batli, Va.. 160, 1,120, 1,144. 

Barry County, Mo., 187. 

Bates County, Mo., 287. 

Banks' retreat, Va., 299. 

Banks' expedition to Red River, 1,485. 

Battle Creek, Tenn.. 344. 

Batesville, Ark., 388. 756, 1,427. 

Baton Rouge, La., 435, 857, 1,142, 1,555. 

Bardstown, Ky., 572. 

Barbee's Cross Roads, Va., 631, 1,132, 

Bachelor's Creek, N. C, 610, 941, 1,383, 

1,642. 
Bacon Creek, Ky., 70,5. 
Baker Springs, Ark., 1,371. 
Baker's Creek, Miss., 925, 1,395, 
Barton Station, Miss., 1,239. 
Baxter Springs, Ark., 1,198, 
Bay Springs, Miss., 1,253. 
Barnweirs Island, S. C, 1,299. 
Barrow Fork, I. T., 1,334, 
Barnett's Ford, Va., 1,403, 
Barber's Place, Fla,, 1,409. 
Bartlett's Mills, Va., 1,306. 
Baylor's Farm, Va., 1,695, 
Baldwin, Miss., 329, 569. 
Baldwin, Fla., 821, 
Battery Huger, Va., 861, 
Battery Gregg, S, C, 1,138. 
Bealington, VV. Va , 23. 
Bealton. Va., 1,246, 1,360. 
Bean's Station, Teun., 1,324, 1,329, 

2,093, 2,325. 
Beaver Creek, Mo., 654. 
Beaver Creek, Ky., 1,010, 
Beaver Dam Lake, Miss., 942, 
Beaver Dam Station. Va., 1,590. 
Bear Wallow, Ky., 704. 
Bear River, W. T., 744. 
Bear Creek, Mo., 757. 
Bear Creek, Ala., 855, 1,251. 
Bear Creek Station, Ga.. 2,036. 
Bear Skin Lake, Mo., 1.139. 
Beverly, W.Va., 27, 873, 1,028, 2,018, 

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Beverly Ford, Va., 906, 1,243, 2,314. 

Bennett's Mills, Mo., 63. 

Baker's Mills, Va., 68. 

Beckwn til's Farm, Mo., 99. 

Belmont, Mo., 120, 2,266. 

Bertrand, Mo., 146. 

Beech Creek, W. Va., 438. 

Beech Grove, Ky., 169. 

Beech Grove, Tenn., 1,000, 1,005. 

Benton ville. Ark., 192. 

Bentonv lie. N. C, 2,195, 2,393. 

Berryville, Va., C(i6, 667, 962, 973, 2,237, 

1,860, 1,902, 2,245. 
Berryville Pike, Va., 1,839. 
Berry's Ferry, Va., 926. 
Berwick City, La., 800. 
Bcrsheeba Springs, Tenn., 1,303, 1,470. 
Benton, Miss., 1,571. 
Bent's Old Fork, Tex., 2,048, 
Belcher's Mills, Va., 1,617, 1,915. 
Bermuda Hundred, Va., 1,616, 1,656, 

1,874, 2,037, 2,004, 2,340. 
Bellefield, Va., 2,090. 
Belle Grove, Va., 1,919. 
"Big Hurricane Creek, Mo., 106. 
Big Creek Gap, Tenn., 199, 512. 
Big deck, Ark., 1,059, 1,794. 
Big Indian Creek, Ark., .305. 
Big Beaver Creek, Mo., 638. 
Big River Bridge, Mo., 101. 
Bi;.. Black River, Miss.. 927, 1,035, 1,219, 

1,395. 
Big Black River Bridge, Miss., 2,057. 
Big Hatchie River, Miss., 537, 2,294. 
Big Sandy River, Ky., 673. 
Big Sandy, C. T., 2,061. 
Big Pigeon River, Tenn., 2,027. 
BigPiney, Mo., 409. 
Big Hill, Ky., 475. 
Big Hill Road, Ky., 608. 
Big Mound, Dak. Ter., 1,090. 
Big Sewell, W. Va., 1,328. 
Big Shanty, Ga.. 1,668, 1,900. 
Big Blue, Mo , 2,006. 
Bird's Point, Mo., 53, 99. 
Birdsong Ferry, Miss., 1,035 
Birch Coolie, Minn., 507. 
Bisland, La., 846. 

Bidnella's Cross Roads, Va., 1,450. 
Binnaker'B Bridge, S. C, 2,152. 



Blue Springs, Mo., Sll. 

Blue Springs, Tenn., 1,194, 1,209. 

Blue Mount, Ala., 2,253. 

Blue Mills, Mo., 39, 81. 

Blue Gap. Va., 162. 

Blue Island, Ind., 986. 

Black River, Mo., 74, .374, 1,916. 

Black River, Miss., 1,022, 1,045. 

Black River, La., 2,023. 

Blackvvater, Mo., 150, 1,217, 1,925. 

Blackwater, Va., 561, 570, 612, 684, 804. 

Blackwater, Fla., 1,994, 2,009. 

Black Creek, Fla., 1801. 

Black Warrior Creek, Ala.. 879, 893. 

Black Walnut Creek, Mo., 138. 

Blackburn Ford, Va., 544, 1,229. 

Black Bayou expedition. Miss., 836. 

Blackburn's Ford, Va., 35. 

Black Jack Forest, Tenn., 207. 

Blackland, Miss , 324. 

Blackville, S. C, 2,1.55. 

Blair's Landing, La., 1,507. 

Blooming Gap, Va., 178. 

Bloomfield, Va., 624. 

Bloomfield, Mo., 279, 480, 527, 885. 

Blount's Mills, N. C, 841. 

Blount's Farm, Ala., 879, 901. 

Blountsville, Tenn., 1,175, 1,221. 

Blain's Cross Roads, Tenn., 1,331. 

Block House No. 2, Tenn., 2,072. 

Block House No. 4, Tenn., 1,859. 

Block House No. 5, Tenn., 1.892. 

Block House No. 7, Tenn., 2,075. 

Blockade Runners in Tampa Bay, Fla., 

destruction of, 1,232. 
BlufE Spring, Ala., 2,205. 
Bluffton, S. C, 958. 
Booneville, Mo., 11, 77, 1,975. 
Booneville, Miss., 312, 365. 
Boone Court House, W. Va.. 64. 
Bolivar Heights, Va., 103, 1,072, 1,753. 
Bolivar, Tenn., 495, 767, 794, 1,337, 

1,401, 1,478, 1,553. 
Bolivar, Miss., 548. 
Bowling Green, Ky.. 172, 182. 
Bole's Farm, Miss., 399. 
Bott's Farm, Mo., 404. 
Bollinger's Mills, Mo., 418. 
Boone, N. C, 2,213. 
Boonsboro', Md., 536, 1,047. 



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Boonsboro', Ark., G61. 
Boston Mountain, Ark., 661. 
Bone Yard, Tenn., 765. 
Bombardment of Fort Sumter, S. C 

837. 
Boston, Ky., 975. 
Boyd's Station, Ala., 2,194. 
Bogler's Creek, Ala., 2,217. 
Boykin's Mills, S. C, 1,524, 2,246, 
Bottom's Bridge. Va., 1,027, 1,129. 
Bolton Depot, Miss., 1,055, 1,395. 
Bolton and Birdsong Ferry, Miss., 1,035. 
Bonfouca, La., 1,301. 
Boydtown Plank Boad, Va., 1,972, 2,011, 

2,209, 2,398. 
Boggs' Mill, Va., 2,142. 
Brunswick, Mo., 52. 
Briar, Mo., 213. 
Bridgeport, Ala., 488. 
Bridgeport Ferry, Miss., 1,022. 
Brownsville, Tenn., 4UG, 420. 
Brownsville, Ark., 1,121, 1,162. 
Brownsville, Miss., 1,230. 
BrowTisville, Ala., 2,020. 
Brown Springs, Mo.. 414. 
Brown's Ferry, Tenn., 1,254. 
Brown's Gap, Va., 1,935. 
Browne's Cross Roads, 2,058. 
Brandy Station, Va., 466, 966, 1,103, 

1,137, 2.314. 
Bristoe Station, Va., 1,224, 1,516. 
Britton's Lane, Tenn., 503. 
Bristol, Tenn., 1,170, 2.096. 
Brashear City, La., 806, 999. 
Brentaville, Tenn., 682. 
Brentsville, Va., 768, 1,421. 
Bradyville, Tenn., 786, 924, 
Branchville, Ark., 1,365. 
Brentwood, Tenn., 815, 2,101. 
Broad Run, Va., 831. 
Broad River, S. C, 859, 2,063, 
Brandenburg, Ky., 1,024, 1,052. 
Brandon, Miss., 1,079. 
Brimstone Creek, Tenn., 1.151, 
Brazos de Santiago, Tex., 1,261. 
Brook's Turnpike, Va., 1,449. 
Brook's Plantation, Miss., 1,482. 
Brice's Cross Roads, Miss., 1,677, 2,346. 
Bridgeport, Ala., 261. 
Brier Creek, Ga., 2,076. 



Bradford Spring,', S. C, 2,246. 
Buchanan, Va., 1,692. 
Buckhannon, W. Va., 413. 
Bunker Hill, W. Va., 33. 
Bull Run, Va., 36, 494, 2,262, 2,285. 
Bushy Creek, Ark., 144. 
Bushy Creek, Mo., 950. 
Burke's Station, Va.. 198. 
Butler, Mo., 287, 619. 
Butler Creek. Ala., 2,038, 
Burnt Hickory, Ga., 1,638. 
Burnt Ordinary, Va., 739. 
Bute La Rose, La., 867. 
Burkesville, Ky., 1,024, 1,029. 
Buffington Island, O., 1,024, 1,085. 
Buford's Gap, Va., 1,717. 
Buford's Station, Tenn., 2,117. 
BuU Pasture Mountain, Va., 272. 
Bull Run Bridge, Va., 486. 
Bulltown, Braxton Co., Va., 1,222. 
Bull Bayou, Ark., 1,882. 
Bull's Gap, Tenn., 1,928, 2,032. 
Buffalo, W. Va., 559. 
Buffalo Hill, Ky., 92. 
Buffalo Mills, Mo., 109. 
Buffalo Mountain, W. Va., 148. 
Buffalo Creek, I. T., 1,164, 
Buffalo Creek, Ga., 2,055. 
Buffalo Gap, W. Va., 1,662. 
Burning of Royal Yacht, Galveston Har- 
bor, Tex., 121. 
Buckton Station, Va., 297. 
Buckland's Mills, Va,, 1,238. 
Buckland Creek, 2,058. 
Buzzard Roo.st, Ga., 1,441, 2,333, 
Buzzard Roost Gap, Ga., 1,579. 
Buzzard Roost Block House, Ga., 1,986. 
Burton's Ford, Va., 1.448. 
Burned Church, Ga., 1,640, 
Burger's Farm, Va., 2,011. 
Butler's Bridge, N. C, 2,089. 
Byhalia, Miss., 1,215, 

Camp Jackson, Mo., 4, 
Camp Cole, Mo., 15, 
Camp Crittenden, Mo., 84. 
Camp Advance, Va., 89. 
Camp Alleghany, W. Va., 148, 
Camp Babcock, Ark., 655. 
Camp Moore, La., 920. 



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Campaign in Northern Georgia, 2,372. 
Cape Hatteras Inlet, N. C, 60. 
Cape Fear River, N. C, 586. 

Cape Girardeau, Mo., 877, 1,399. 

Carthage, Mo., 19, 211, 922. 

Carthage, Ark., 659. 

Cameron, Mo., 96. 

Cameron, Va., 1,375. 

Calhoun, Mo , 161. 

Calhoun, Tenn., 1,180. 

C.'alhoun, Ga., 1,618. 

Calhoun Station, La., 1,622. 

Canton, Miss., 1,055, 1,083, 1,226, 1,442. 

Canton, Ky., 1,870. 

Cache River, Ark., 1,528. 

Cache River Bridge, Ark., 308. 

Cassville, Mo., 549. 

Cassville, Ga., 1,626. 

Cassville Station, Ga., 1,639. 

Cass County, Mo., 628. 

Cane River, La., 1,532. 

Cane Hill, Ark., 661. 

Cane Creek, Ala., 1,251, 1,673. 

Cassville, Va., 591, 748, 921, 931. 

Cainsville, Tenn., 770. 

Carter's Station, Tenn., 717, 1,174, ],5.:6. 

Carter's Station, Ark., 1,941. 

Carter's raid in East Tennessee, 717, 

Carter's Farm, Va., 1,784. 

CaiToU County, Ark., 834, 1,519. 

Carrolton Store, Va.. 1,462. 

Carrolton Landing, Miss., 1,792. 
Caroline Bend, Miss., 1,792. 
Captnre of Rebel Steamer Fair Play, 461. 
Capture of Steamtug Columbine, Fla., 

1,633. 
Capture of Fort Hell, Va., 1,909. 
Campbell County, Tenn , 712. 
Campbell Station, Tenn., 1,290. 
Campbellville, Tenn., 1,905, 2,049. 
Campbelltown, Ga., 1,806. 
Cabin Creek, I. T., 1,023, 1,920. 
Cabin Point, Va., 1,831. 
Cambridge, Mo., 558. 
Campti, La., 1,491. 
Camden, Ark., 1,518, 1,523. 
Camden, N. C, 250. 
Carricksford, W. Va., 28. 
Camifax Feriy, W". Va., 71. 
Catlett's Station, Va., 474, 610, 730. 



Cacapon Bridge, Va., 513. 

Carter River, Mo., 885. 

Carrion Crow Bayou, La., 1,263, 1,295 

Caddo Gap, Ark., 1,371, 1,412. 

Canon de Chelley, 1.382. 

Calfkiller Creek, Tenn., 1,440, 1,469. 

Cabletown, Va., 1,461. 

Cavalry raid (Kautz's), Va., 1,560 

1.598. 
California, Mo.. 1,974. 
Catawba River, N. C, 2,249. 
Cedars, Tenn., 2,078. 
Cedar Mountain, Va., 446, 2,282. 
Cedar Run, Va., 446. 
Cedar Run Church, Va., 1,993. 
Cedar Creek, Va., 1,996, 2,380. 
Cedar Springs, Va., 2,031. 
Cedar Bluffs, C. T., 1,552. 
Cedar Keys, Fla., 2,161. 
Celina, Ky., 864. 
Celina, Tenn., 1,-321. 
Centreville, La., 846. 
Centreville, Tenn., 1,262, 1,948. 
Centreville, Ala., 2,216. 
Central Railroad, Va., 1.685, 
Centralia, Miss., ma.ssacre at, 1,940. 
Charlestown, Mo., 53, lf)4. 
Charlestown, W. Va., 307, 528, 1,733. 
Charleston, Tenn., 1,342. 
Cliarleston, 111., 1,477. 
Charleston, S. C, 837, 2,165. 
Charleston, Va., 576, 592, 667, 1,20&, 

1,236. 
Charleston Bar, S. C., 751. 
Charleston Harbor, S. C, 8-37, 1,425. 
Charlton Bridge, Mo., 430. 
Cheat Mountain, W. Va., 75, 
Cheat River, W. Va.. 165. 
Chalk Bluffs, Mo., 286, 891. 
Chalk Bluffs, Ark., 830. 
Chester Gap, Va., 631, 1,087. 
Che.ster Station, Va , 1,570, 2,037. 
Chesterfield, S. C, 2,178. 
Chapraansville, W. Va., 86. 
Chaplin Hill, Ky., 580. 
Chapel Hill, Tenn., 788. 
Champion Hills, Miss.. 925, 1,395, 

2,.310 
Chapin'.=4 Farm, Va., 1,946. 
Chambersburg, Pa., 1,814. 



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Charles City Cross Roads, Va., 356, 

1,289,1,688, 1,955, 2,280. 
Chantilly, Va., 502, 2,287. 
Chancellorsville, Va., 894, 2,300. 
Chackahoola Station, La., 1,004, 
Chattanooga, Tenn., 1,116, 1,298, 1,567, 

2,072, 2,173, 2,323. 
Cliattahoochee River, Ga,, 1,760, 2,356. 
Cheese Cake Church, Va., 266. 
Cherokee Station, Ala., 855, 1,241, 

1,258. 
Cheek's Cross Roads, Tenn., 1,463. 
Cherry Grove, Va., 1,513. 
Chewa Station, Ga., 1,780. 
Cheraw, S. C. 2,179. 
Chicamicomico, N. C, 93. 
Chicahominy, Va., 302, 3,513, 1,599, 

2,230. 
Chickasaw Bayou, Miss., 715, 2,302. 
Chickamauga, Ga., 1.161, 1,169, 2,320. 
Childsburg, Va., 1,586. 
Chickasaw, Ala., to Macon, Ga.; Wil- 
son's raid, 2,199. 
Church in the Woods, Mo., 437. 
Chuckatuck, Va.. 871. 
Chunky Station, Miss., 1,415. 
City Belle Transport, La., 1,556. 
City Point, Va., 1,560, 1,568, 1,837. 
Civiques Ferry, La., 909. 
Clark's Hollow, W. Va., 263. 
Clarendon, Ark., 458, 1.465, 1,731. 
Clarendon Road, Ark., 736. 
Clarksville, Tenn., 463, 518. 
Clarksville, Ark., 1,256, 1,275, 1,944 
Clarkson, Mo., 617. 
Clark's Neck, Ky., 1.126. 
Clara Belle Transport, Miss., 1,792. 
Clay County, Mo., 934, 1.749. 
Clear Creek, Mo., 426, 1,613. 
Clear Springs, Md., 1,811. 
Clear Lake, Ark., 2,187. 
Clendenin*s raid below Fredericksburg 

Va , 937. 
Cleveland, Tenn., 1,308, 1,335, 1,488, 

1,510, 1,850. 
Clinton, Miss., 1,055, 1,233, 1,397, 1,750, 

1,762. 
Clinton, La.,714, 954, 1,548, 1,880, 2,177. 
Clinton, N. C, 291. 
Clinton, Ga., 2,045. 

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Clinton, Mo., 376. 

Clinton County, Mo., 115. 

Clinton Creek, La., 2,034. 

Clinch River, W. Va., 1,314. 

Clinch Mountain, Tenn., 1,318. 

Cloutersville, La., 1,533. 

Clover Hill, 2,233. 

Cloyd's Mountain, Va., 1,588, 2,336. 

Colunabus, Mo., 167, 401. 

Columbus, Ky., 2,140. 

Columbus, Ga., 2,244. 

Columbia, S. C, 2,162. 

Columbia, Tenn., 519, 2,050, 

Columbia, Ky., 1,024, 1,032. 

Columbia Bayou, Ark., 1,663. 

Cobb's Point", N. C, 177. 

Cochran's Cross Roads, Miss., 523. 

Coffeeville, Miss., 675. 

Coggin's Point, Va., 422. 

Cold Harbor, Va., S53, 1,655, 2,343. 

Cold Water, Miss., 402, 523, 641, 664, 

776, 863, 1,096, 1,115. 
Coldwater Grove, Mo., 2,007. 
Cold Knob Mountain, Va., 657. 
College Hill, Miss., 1,869. 
Coleman's, Miss., 1,457, 1,752. 
Collicrsville, Tenn., 1,213, 1,248, 1,204, 

1,341. 
Collicrsville, Miss., 1,724. 
Comfort, N. C, 1,042. 
Como, Miss., 1,200. 
Combahee River, S. C, 2,143. 
Construction train, near Murfreesboro', 

Tenn., 742. 
Convalescent Corral, Miss., 1,050. 
Concha's Spring, N. Mex., 1,088. 
Conee Creek, La., 1,880. 
Congaree Creek, S. C, 2,160. 
Coosaw River, S. C, 157, 2,074. 
Coanoma County, Miss., 427. 
Coon Creek, Mo., 478. 
Cooza River, Ala., 1,773. 
Corinth Road, MLss., reoonnoissance on, 

227. 
Corinth, Miss., 262, 273, 289, 571, 1,050. 

1,678, 2.293. 
Corinth, Miss., evacuation of, 314. 
Corydon, Ind., 1,024, 1,054. 
Courtland, Tenn., 472. 
Courtland, Ala., 1,793. 



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Courtland Brirlpe. Ala., 408. 

Courtland Road, Ala., 1,643. 

Cosby Creek, Tenn.. 1,361. 

Cotton Plantation, Ark., 373, 1,528. 

Cotton Hill, W. Va., 526. 

Cotton Gap, Ark., 1,133. 

Cottage Grove, Tenn., 809. 

Cove Creek, N. C, 651. 

Cove Mountain, Va., 1,589. 

Covington, Tenn., 796. 

Cow Skin, Mo., 1.828. 

Cow Creek, Kan., 2,033. 

Coyle Tavern, Va., 1,117. 

Cox's Bridge, N. C, 2,202. 

Cross Lanes, W. Va., 57. 

Cross Keys, Va., 328, 2,27fi. 

Cross Hollows, Ark., 616. 

Cross Timbers, Mo., 1,231. 

Crump's Landing, Tenn., 224. 

Crump's Hill, La., 1,487. 

Crab Orchard, Ky., 473. 

Crawford County, Mo., 656. 

Crawford County, Ark., 1,841. 

Craig's Meeting House, Va., 1,564. 

Crampton's Gap, Md., 533, 2,289. 

Crew's Farm, Va., 357. 

Creek Agency, L T., 1,250. 

Creelsboro', Ky., 1,320. 

Crooked Creek, Ala., 892. 

Crooked River, Oregon, 1,623. 

Crooked Run, Va., 1,851. 

Cripple Creek, Tonn., 924. 

Culpepper, Va., 385, 1,160, 1,216, 1,276. 

Culp's House, Ga., 1,720. 

Cumberland, Md., 1,821. 

Cumberland River, Ky., 179. 

Cumberland Mountains, Tenn., 205,259. 

Cumberland Mountains, "W. Va., 280. 

Cumberland Gap, Tenn., 341, 1,146, 

1,381, 1,433. 
Cumberland Iron Works, Tenn., 482, 

755. 
Cuyler's Plantation, Ga., 2,088. 
Cypress Bridge. Ky., 129. 
Cypress Bend, Mississippi River, 998, 
Cypress Swamp, Ga., 2,081. 
Cjnthiana, Ky., 393, 1,679, 1,683. 

Dabney's Mills, Va., 2,148, 2,390. 
Dallas, Mo., 65, 477. 



Dallas, Ga., 1.638, 2,342. 

Dallas, N. C, 2,248. 

Dalton, Ga., 1,368, 1,581, 1,848, 1,985, 
2,333. 

Dam No. 4, Potomac, Va., 145. 

Dandridge, Tenn., 1,363. 

Danville, Ky., 485, 813. 

Danville, Ark.. 1,148. 1,475. 

Darbytown Roads, Vb., 1,970. 1,987. 

Dardanelle, Ark., 1.592, 2,137. 

Darkesville, Va., 1,783, 1,903. 

Damestown, Md., 79. 

Davis' Farm, Va., 1,722. 

Davis' Mills, Miss., 699. 

Davis's Cross Roads, Ga., 1,154. 

Day's Gap, Ala., 879, 691. 

Decatur, Ga., 1,829. 

Decatur, Tenn., near, 392. 

Decatur, Miss., 1,414. 

Decatur, Ala., 1,459, 1.522, 1,643, 1,855, 
2,010, 2,124. 

Deer Creek, Miss., 780, 810. 

Denmark, Tenn., 503. 

Dent Co., Mo., 140. 

Des Allemando, La.. 522. 

Des Arks, Ark., 737, 1,795. 

Dead Buffalo Lake, D. T., 1,092. 

Deatonsville, Va., 2,229. 

Denver, C. T., 1,506. 

Deep Bottom, Va., 1,786, 1.800. 

Deep Bottom Pun, Va., 1,846, 2,367. 

Deep Creek, 1,898. 

Deep River Bridge, N. C, 2,226. 

Deserted House, Va., 748. 

Devil's Back Bone, Ark., 1,133. 

Deveaux Neck, S. C, 2,079, 2,386. 
j Diamond Grove, Mo., 2W. 

Dinwiddle Court House, Va., 2,210. 
1 Ditch Bayou, Ark., 1,663. 
j Dobbin's Ferry, Tenn., 681. 
I Dodge Co., Mo., 430. 

Dog Walk, Ky., 581. 

Donaldsonville, La.. 1,012, 1,066, 1,406, 
1,830. 

Donaphan, Mo., 220, 1,916. 
j Doubtful Canon, A. T., 1,-558. 

Douglaes Landing, Ark., 2,170. 

Dover, Tenn., 181. 

Dover Road, N. C, 882. 

Downer's Bridge, Va., 1,627. 



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Draft Riot, New York City, 1,067. 

Drainsville, Va., 136, 151, 1,436. 

Dresden, Ky., 268. 

Dripping Springs, Ark., 711. 

Driver's Gap, Ala., 892. 

Droop Mountain, Va.. 1,271. 

Drurys BlufE, Va., 1,597, 2,337. 

Dry Forks, Mo., 19. 

Dry Forks, W. Va., 165. 

Dry Wood, Mo., 67. 

Dry Creek, Va., 1,129. 

Dutch Gap, Va., 1,105, 1,715, 1,908. 

Dutch Mills, Ark., 1,515. 

Dug Springs, Mo., 43. 

Dug Gap, Ga., 1,154, 1,574. 

Duck River Shoals, Tenn., 875. 

Duck River, Term.. 2,050. 

Dukedom, Ky.. 1,444. 

Duck Creek, S. C, 2,147. 

Dunbar's Plantation, La., 851. 

Dumfries, Va., 096, 708. 

Dunksburg, Mo., 143. 

Dunn's Bayou, La., 1,562. 

Dunn's Lake, Fla., 2,149. 

Durhamville, Tenn., 537. 

Dutton's Hill, Ky., 8S6. 

Duvall's Bluff, Ark., 737, 1,327, 1,867. 

Duvall's Mills, Va., 2,065. 

Dyersburg, Tenn., 747. 

Eagleville, Tenn., 787. 
East Pascagoula, Miss., 840. 
East Point, Miss., 1,977. 
Ebenezer Church, Ala.. 2,217. 
Ebenezer Creek, Ga., 2,081. 
Eden Station, Ga., 2,082. 
Edgefield Junction, Tenn., 467. 
Edisto Island, S. C, 267. 
Edward's Ferry, Va.. 12. 107. 
Edward's Station, Miss., 925. 
Egypt Station, Miss.. 2,125. 
Elk Creek, T. T., 1,078. 
Elkwater, W. Va., 73. 
Elk River, W. Va., 528. 
Elk River, Tenn., 1,026, 1,070. 
Elk Fork, Tenn., 712. 
Elk Shute, Mo., 1,824. 
Elkton, Ky., 2,092. 
Elkton Station, Ala... 274. 
Elkhorn Tavern, Ark., 192. 



Elkin's Ford, Ark., 1,492. 
Elizabethtown, Ky., 707, 2,118, 2,301. 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 177. 
Elliott's Mills, Mo., 84. 
Ellison's Mills, Va., 852. 
Eltham's Landing, Va., 270. 
Estill Co., Ky., 1,100. 
Evlington Heights, Va., 369. 
Ezra Chapel, Ga., 1,805, 2,364. 

Fairfax Court House, Va., 793, 1,000, 

1,117. 
Fairfax Station, Va., 386, 1,914. 
Fairfield, Pa., 1,031, 1,039. 
Fairburn, G:i., 1,857. 
Fair Gardens, Tenn., 1,.376. 
Fairmount, W. Va., 886. 
Fair Oaks, Va., 318, 2,012, 2,275, 2,382. 
Fair Play, Rebel Steamer, 461. 
Falling Water, Md., 18, 1,069. 
Falmouth, Va., 246. 
Farmington, Miss., 264, 276. 
Farmington, Tenn., 1,201. 
Farroville, Va., 2,232, 2,403. 
Farr's Mills, Ark., 1,774. 
Fayette, Mo., 1,927. 
Fayetteville, Ark., 391, 616, 679, 860, 

1,624, 2,016. 
Fayetteville, W. Va., 525, 649, 928. 
Fayetteville, Tenn., 1,200. 
Fayetteville, N. C. 2,188. 
Federal Point, N. C, 2,156. 
Fishing Creek, Ky., 1G9, 943. 
Fish Springs, Tenn., 740. 
Fish Bayou, Ark., 1,663. 
Fisher's Hill, Va., 1.849, 1,922, 1,973. 
Fitzhugh's Crossing, Va., 888. 
Fitzhugh's Woods. Ark., 1,484. 
Five Points, Va., 1,348. 
Five Forks, Va., 2,212, 2,399. 
Flatback Ford, Ky., 179. 
Flat Shoals, Ga., 1,807. 
Fleming Co., Ky., 979. 
Flint Creek, Ark., 1,458. 
Flock's Mills, Md., 1,821. 
Florida, Monroe Co., Mo., 293, 399. 
Florence, S. C, 2,180. 
Florence, Ky., 538. 

Florence, Ala., 948, 1,374, 1,509, 1,965. 
Flowing Springs, Va., 1,866. 



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Floyd's Fork, Ky., 5(i4. 

Floyd Co., Ky., 1,010. 

Fort Abercrombie, D. T., 509. 

Fort Adams, La., 1,964. 

Fort Anderson, Ky., 1,473. 

Fort Anderson, N. C, 2,166. 

Fort Blair, Ark., 1,199. 

Fort Blakely, Ala., 2,234, 2,404 

Fort Blunt, I. T., 935. 

Fort Brady, Va., 2,142. 

Fort Burnham, Ya., 2,142. 

Fort Cobb, I. T., 602. 

Fort Craig, N. M,, 91, 185, 298. 

Fort Cottonwood, Nov., 1,886, 1,918. 

Fort Darling, Ya., 285, 1,597, 2,337. 

Fort Davidson, Mo., 1,934. 

Fort De Russy, La., 1,464. 

Fort Donelson, Tenn., ISl, 479, 755, 

1,978, 2,267. 
Fort Espeianza, Texas, 1,309. 
Fort Fillmore, N. M., 42, 442. 
Fort Fi.'^her, N. C, 2,121, 2,135, 2,139, 

2,389. 
Fort Gaines, Mobile Harbor, Ala., 1,826, 

1,835. 
Fort Gibson, I. T., 935, 1,912. 
Fort Gilmore, Ya., 1,946. 
Fort Halleck, I. T., 1,048. 
Fort Harrison, Ya., 1,946. 
FortHatt ras, N. C, 60. 
Fort Heiman, Tenn., 2,014. 
Fort Hell, Ya., 1,909. 
Fort Henry, Tenn., 174. 
Fort Hill, Yicksburg, Mi?s.. 1.006, 1,013. 
Fort Hindman, Ark., 732, 2,305. 
Forts Jackson and St. Philip. La., 248. 
Fort Johnson, S. C, 337. 1,740. 
Fort Jones, N. C, 2,163. 
Fort Kelly, W. Va., 2,059, 2,383. 
Fort Leavenworth, Kas., 1,997. 
Fort Lyon, I. T., 2,087. 
Fort Lyons, Ya., 964. 
Fort McAllister, Ga., 752, 789, 2,095. 
Fort McCook, Ala., 488. 
FortMcRae, N. M., 990. 
Fort Macon, N. C, 252. 
Fort Morgan, Ala., 1,826, 1,872. 
Fort Myers, Fla., 2,167. 
Fort Pemberton, Miss., 799. 
Fort Pickens, Fla., 132. 



Fort Pika, La., 653. 

Fort Pillow, Teun., 239, 277, 322, 1,466, 
1,505. 2,329. 

Fort Pulaski, Ga., 230. 

Fort Rice, D. T., 1,943. 

Fort Ridglej% Minn., 469. 

Fort Sanders, Tenn., 1,311. 

Fort Scott, Mo., 67. 

Fort Scott, Ark., 1,198. 

Fort Sedgwick, Ya.. 1,947, 2,028. 

Fort Smith, Ark., 1,133, 1,799, 1,809, 
1,875. 

Fcrt Steadman, Ya., 2,203, 2,394. 

Fort Stevens, D. C, 1,768. 

Fort Sumner, N. M., 1,350. 

Fort Sumter, S. C, 1,837, 1,143. 

Fort Taylor, Ga., 2,243. 
I Fort Wagner, S. C, 1,056, 1,057, 1,081, 
1,138, 2,319. 

Fort Wright, Tenn., 322. 

Fort Brown Road, Texiis, 691. 

Forsyth, Mo., 37, 424. 

Forty Hills, Miss., 904. 

Forster's Bridge, N. C, 2,089. 

Forster's expedition, N. C, 687, 2,298. 

Fourteen Mile Creek, Miss.', 913. 

Fox Creek, Mo., 193. 

Frankfort, Ya., 657. 

Frankfort, Ky., 1,671. 

Franklin, Tenn., 686, 753, 795, 816. 843, 
878, 957, 1,898. 2.062, 2,1U6, 2,384. 

Franklin, Mo., 1,954. ■^^ 

Franklin, Mis.s., 2,127.' 
I Franklin, Ya., 570, 621, 668. 

Franklin, La., 945. 
I Franklin's Crossing, Ya., 959. 
I Franklin Co., Ark., 1,181. 
I Franklin Creek, Miss., 2,110. 
j Frazier'.s Farm, Ya., 3.56. 
' Frederick, Md., 529. 

Frederick City, Md., 1,763. 

Fredericksburg, Mo., 1.778. 

Fredericksburg, Ya., 246, 642, 688, 894, 
937, 2,299. 

Fredericksburg Road., Va., 1,614. 

Fredericktown, Mo., 105. 

Freeman's Ford, Va., 476. 

Fremont's Orchard, C. T., 1,506. 

French Broad, Va., 1,376. 

Front Royal, Va., 296, 315, 1,851, 2,273. 



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Front Royal Pike, Va., 1,921. 
Frying Pan, Va., 956. 
Fulton, Mo., 30. 
Fulton Co., Mo., 416. 
Funkstown, Md., 1,061. 

Gaine's Mills, Va., 353, 1.657, 2,280. 
Gainesville, Va., 492, 2,284. 
Gainsville, Fla., 1,420, 1,852. 
Gallatin, Tenn., 45r), 457, 5fi5. 
Galveston, Texas, 121, 721, 2,304. 
Garrettsburg, Ky., 636. 
Gauley Bridge, W. Va., 126. 
Geiger Lake, Ky., 511. 
Genesis Point, Ga., 752. 789. 
Georgia Landing, La.. 615. 
Georgia, r;iid in, 1,766. 
George's Creek, O., 1,085. 
Germantown, Tenn., 348, 1,410. 
Gettysburg, Pa., 1,021, 2,317. 
Ghent, Ky., 1,888. 
Glade Springs, 2,100. 
Gladesville, Va., 1.960. 
Glasgow, Ky., 574, 702, 1,196. 
Glasgow, Mo., 1,989. 
Glendale, Miss., 273. 
Glendale, Va., 356. 
Glorietta, N. M., 215. 
Gloucester, Va., 650. 
Gloucester Point, Va., 763. 
Golding's Farm, Va., 3t;2. 
Goldsboro', N. C, 687, 693, 2,097. 
Golgotha, Ga., 1,701. 
Goose Creek, La., 539. 
Gordon's Landing, La., 769. 
Gordonsville, Va., 2,085, 2,116. 
Gov. Moore's Plantation, La., 1,551. 
Grafton, W. Va., 51. 
Grahamsville, S. C, 2,063. 
Grand Lake, Ark., 1,418. 
Grand Haze, Ark., 370. 
Grand Prairie, Ark., 372. 
Grand Prairie, Mo., 611. 
Grand River, Mo., 448. 
Grand Gulf, Miss., 887, 1,362, 1,776. 
Grand Pass, I. T., 1,048. 
Grand Coteau, La., 1,263, 2,331. 
Grant's Creek, N. C, 2,240. 
Grass Lick, W. Va., 251. 
Grassy Lake, Va., 1,589. 



Gravel Hill, Va., 1,845. 

Gravelly Run, Va., 2,208. 

Grave's House, Ga., 1.618. 

Graysville, Ga., 1,149. 1,307. 

Great Bethel, Va., 8, 223. 

Great Falls, Va., 22. 

Great Cacapon Bridge, Va., 160. 

Greasy Creek, Ky., 910. 

Greenville, Mo., 412. 

Greenville, N. C, 1,300, 1,346. 

Greenville, Miss., 780. 

Greenville, Tenn., 1,904, 1,981. 

Green Brier, W. Va,, 90, 1,120. 

Green's Chapel, Ky., 703. 

Greenville Road, N. C, 317. 

Green Co., Mo., 161. 

Greenwood, Miss., 799. 

Greenville Road, Ky., 633. 

Greenland Gaj), W. Va., 876. 

Greenland Gap Road, W. Va., 1,664. 

Green Springs Depot, W. Va., 1,822. 

Greenville, Va., 952. 

Green Castle, Pa., 989. 

Green River Bridge, Ky., 1,024, 1,034. 

Gregory's Farm, S. C, 2,079. 

Grenada, Miss., 1,109. 

Grey's Gap, Tenn., l.UflO, 1,011. 

Griswoldville, Ga., 2,044. 

Grossetete Bayou, La., 1,426, 1.480. 

Ground Squirrel Church Bridge, Va., 

1,591. 
Groveton, Va., 492, 2,284. 
Guerilla campaign in Mo., 395, 2,283. 
Gum Swamp, N. C. 940. 
GuntowTi, expedition to, 1,665. 
Guntown. Miss., 1,677. 
Gunter's Bridge, S. C, 2,159. 
Guyondotte, W. Va., 125. 
Guy's Gap, Tenn., 1,011. 

Hampton, Va., 47. 

Hampton Roads, Va., 197. 

Harper's Ferry, Va., 207, 530, 1,193, 

2,288. 
Harper's Ferry Bridge, Va., 1,051. 
Harper's Farm, Va., 2,229. 
Harpeth River, Tenn., 788, 843. 
Harrison ville. Mo., 34, 41, 628. 
Harrison's Island, Va., 107. 
Harrison's Landing, Va., 422. 



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Harrisonburg, Ya., 327. 

Harrisonburg, La., 1,452. 

Harrison, Mo., 1,949. 

Harrisburg, Miss., 1,771. 

Harrisburg, Pa., 1,017. 

Harrodsburg, Ky., 583, 1,999. 

Hartsville, Tenn., 680, 2,297. 

Hartville, Mo., 7-33. 

Hartwood Church, Va., 663, 783. 

Hartford, Ky., 943. 

Hamilton, N. C, 377, 2,089, 

Hamilton, Va., 2,198. 

Hannover, Pa., 1,018. 

Hanover Court House, Va., 304, 1,007, 

1,652. 
Hanoverton, Va., 1,645. 
Hancock, Va., 160. 
Hanging Rock, W. Va., 85. 
Hankinson's Ferry, Miss., 904. 
Hawk's Nest, W.Va.,54. 
Hatohie River, Tenn., 406. 
Hatcher's Run, Va., 2,011, 2,084, 2,148, 

2,381. 
Hall's Ferry, Miss., 916. 
Halltown, Va., 1,074, 1,877, 1.883. 
Hagerstown, Md., 1,043, 1,060, 1,756, 

1,761. 
Hager's Mountain, Md., 1,761. 
Haguewood Prairie, Tenn., 1,180. 
Haguewood Station, Ark., 1,181. 
Half mount, Ky., 1,514. 
Hammack's Mills, W. Va., 1,746. 
Halfmoon Battery, N. C, 2,141. 
Hardy County, W. Va., 727, 1,120. 
Harney Lake Valley, Oreg., 1,497. 
Hatteras, U. S. Steamer, 731. 
Hawe's Shop, Va., 1,646, 1,657. 
Haxals, Va., 369. 
Haymarket, Va., 596. 
Haynesville, Va., 18. 
Hazel Bottom, Mo., 589, 
Hedgeville, Va., 604, 1,228. 
Helena, Ark., 455, 546, 585, 595, 676, 

736, 944, 1,037, 
Henderson Hills, La., 1,471. 
Henderson's Mill. Tenn., 1,212. 
Henderson, Ky., 1,787, 1,932. 
Hendricks, Miss., 1,166. 
Hernando, Miss., F5S, 993. 
Henrytown, Mo., 100. 



Hicksford, Va.. 2,090. 

Hickory Grove, Mo., 541. 

Hickory Hill, S, C, 2,147. 

Hickman, Ky., 465. 

High Bridge, Va., 2,231, 2,402. 

High Land, 1.120. 

Hillsboro', Ky., 94. 

Hillsboro', Ga., 1,818. 

Hillsborough, Ala., 855. 

HiU's Plantation, Ark., 373. 

Hiirs Plantation, Miss., 997. 

Hill's Point, Va., 861. 

Hodgeville, Ky., 111. 

Holly River, W. Va., 245. 

HoUy Springs, Miss., 648, 697, 1,634, 

1,885, 2,300. 
Hollow Tree Gap, Tenn., 2,105. 
Holland House, Va., 921. 
Holston River, Tenn., 1,288, 1,428. 
Honey Spring, T. T., 1,078. 
Honey Hill, S. C, 2,063, 2,385. 
Hoover's Gap, Tenn., 1,000, 1,002. 
Hopkinsville. Ky., 2,102. 
Horseshoe Bend, Ky., 910. 
Horse Landing, Fla., 1,633. 
Horton'sMill.s, N. C, 257. 
Hot Springs, Ark., 1,394. 
Howard Co.. Mo., 4%, 1,887. 
Howe's Ford, Ky., 881. 
Housatonic, loss of, S. C, 1,425. 
Hudnot's Plantation, La., 1,546. 
Hudson, Mo., 152. 
Hudson ville, Miss., 641. 
Huif's Ferry, Tenn., 1,283. 
Hunnewell, Mo., 158. 
Humonsville, Mo., 214, 1,235. 
Hunter's Mills, Va., 1.37. 
Huntersville, Va., 159. 
Huntsville, Ala., 231, 1,953. 
Hunterstown, Pa., 1.021. 
Huntsville, Tenn., 645. 
Hurricane Bridge, W. Va., 818. 
Hurricane Creek, Miss., 1,847, 1,869, 

2,004. 
Hutchinson, Minn, 508. 

Illinois Creek, Ark., 679. 
Independence, Mo., 13, 135, 184, 210, 

450, 759. 2,001. 
Independence Co., Ark., 1,427, 



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Indian Bay, Ark., 1,508. 

Indian Village, La., 745. 

Indian City Village, La., 1,832. 

Indian Ridge, La., 846. 

Indian Town, N. C, 1,333. 

Ingraham's Plantation, Miss., 1,207. 

Ingham's Mills, Miss., 1,215, 

Ironton, Mo., 74, 105, 1,934. 

Irish Bend, La., 846. 

Irvvinsville, Ga., 2,257. 

Irvine, Ky., 1,100. 

Isle of Wight Court House, Va., 700. 

Island No. 10, Tenn., 228. 

Island No. 76, Miss., 1,365. 

Island Ford. Va., 1,781. 

Island Mounds, Mo., 619. 

I-u-ka, Miss., 543, 1,046, 2,292. 

Ivy Ford, Ark., 1.365, 2,133. 

Ivy Hills, Miss., 1,435. 

Jackson, Tenn., 695, 1,065. 

Jackson, Miss., 918, 1,055, 1,075, 1,397, 

1,744, 1,757, 2,318. 
Jackson, La., 1,104, 1.962, 2,042. 
Jackson Cross Roads, La., 992. 
Jackson's F' rd, Ala., 1,773. 
Jacksonville, Fla.. 821, 1,.545, 1,649. 
Jacksonport, Ark., 1,336, 1,53.5. 
Jacksboro', Tenn., 199. 
Jack's Shop, Va., 1.173, 2,116. 
James City, Va., 1,208. 
James River, Va., 285, 1,105, 1.568, 

1,715, 2,003. 
James Island, S. C 331, 335, 337, 1,077, 

1,740,2,154, 2,278. 
Jarrett's Stat,ion, Va., 1,583. 
Jasper, Tenn., 323. 
Jefferson, Tenn., 719. 
Jefferson City, Mo., 1,971. 
Jeffersonton, Va., 1,214. 
Jeffersonville, Va., 1,578. 
Jenkins' Perry, Ark., 1,544, 2,331. 
Jenks' Bridge, Ga., 2,082. 
Jennies' Creek, Ky., 163. 
Jericho Ford, Va., 1,632. 
Jerusalem Plank Road, Va., 1,722, 

1,909, 1,947. 
Jettersville, Va., 2,228. 
Johnstown, Mo., 134. 
Johnson Depot, Tenn., 1,172. 



Johnson's Mills, Tenn., 1,439. 

Johnsonville, Tenn., 1,931. 2,026. 

John's Island, S. C, 1,755. 

John Day's River, Greg., 2,242. 

Jonesboro', Mo., 56, 1,217. 

Jonesboro,' Ark., 431. 

Jonesboro', Ga., 1,863, 1,893, 2,035, 

2, .371. 
Jones' Bridge, Va., 1,725. 
Jones' Ford, Miss., 1,045. 
Jones' Hay Station, Ark., 1,876. 
Jones' Plantation, Ga., 2,058. 
Jonesville, Va., 1,349. 
Jornado Del Muerto, N. M., 980. 
Judah, Rebel Privateer, 78. 
Julesburg, I. T., 2,131. 

Kearnstown, Va., 212, 1,790. 

Kearneysville, Va., 1,878. 

Kearsage and Alabama, off France, 
1,707. 

Kelly's Island, Va., 16. 

Kelly's Ford, Va., 470, 805, 1,103, 
1,273. 

Kelly's Ford, Tenn., 1,376. 

Kelly's Store, Va., 748. 

Kellar's Bridge, Ky., 1,080, 2,347. 

Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., 1,668, 1,732, 
2,345, 2,354. 

Kentucky River, Ky., 644. 

Kettle Run, Va., 487. 

Keytesville, Mo., 187. 

Kincaels, Tenn., 1,269. 

Kiipatrick's raid in Virginia, 1,443. 

Kilpatrick's raid in Georgia, 1,861. 

Kinderhook, Tenn., 454. 

Kingston, Tenn., 1,305. 

Kingston, Ga., 1,621, 1,635. 

King George Co., Va., 669, 1,118. 

King George Court House, Va., 669. 

King's School House, Va., 347. 

King's River, Ark.. 1,519. 

Kingsport, Tenn . 2,084. 

Kingsville, Mo., 1,687. 

Kinston, N. C, 690, 2,189. 

Kirksville, Mo., 439. 
I Knob Noster, Mo., 170. 

Knob Gap, Tenn., 706. 
I Knoxville, Tenn.. 1,152, 1,288, 1,291, 
I 1,311, 1,377. 



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Kock's Plantation, La., 1,066. 
Kossuth, Miss., 484. 

Lavergne, Tenn., 578, 660, 681, 723, 

1,896. 
Labadiesville, La., 615. 
Lacey's Springs, Va., 2,113. 
Ladija, Ala., 2,021. 
Lafayette Co., Mo., 201, 1,691. 
Lafayette, Tenn., 1.3.38, 1,670, 1,729. 
La Fayette, Ga., 1,736. 
La Fourche Crossing. La., 994. 
La Grange, Ark., 516, 585, 639, 724, 

895. 
La Grange, Tenn., 647, S57, 1,754. 
Lake Providence, La., 762, 947, 968, 

1,016. 
Lake City, Fla., 1,413. 
Lake Chicot, Ark., 1,663. 
Lamar, Mo., 478, 629. 
Lamar, Miss., 648. 
Lamb's Ferry, Tenn., 2,122. 
Lamine Crossing, Mo., 1,217. 
Lancaster, Mo., 1-33. 
Lancaster, Ky., 588, 
Lane's Prairie, Mo., 40, 1,641. 
Languelle Ferry, Ark., 432. 
Lauderdale Sprmgs, Miss., 1,423. 
Laurel Hill, W. Va., 2:i, 1,577, 1,946. 
Lattemore's Mills, Ga., 1,711. 
Lawrence, Kas., 1,114. 
Lawrence Co., Ky., 1,126. 
Lawrencebiirg, Ky., 581. 
Lawrenceburg. O., 1,068. 
Lawrenceburg, Tenn., 1.265, 2,047. 
Leatherwood, Ky., 635 
Leavenworth, Md., 986. 
Lebanon, Mo., 202. 
Lebanon, Tenn., 267. 647, 678, 760. 
Lebanon, Ky., 384, 1,024, 1,040, 1,817. 
Lebanon, Ala., 1,388. 
Leesburg, Va., 107. 
Leesburg, Mo., 1.949. 
Leesburg Road, Va., 539. 
Leetown, Ark.. 192. 
Leetown, Va., 1,745. 
Lee's Mills, Va., 244, 1,770, 1,816. 
Lee Springs, Va., 476. 
Lee, surrender of, 2,2^^5. 
Legare's Point, S, C, 321. 



Legaresville, S. C, 1,339. 

Leiper's Ferry, Tenn., 1,257. 

Lenois, Tenn., 1,287. 

Lewisburg, Va., 295. 

Lewisburg, Ark., 1,364. 

Lewinsville, Va., 72. 

Lett's Tan Yard, Ga., 1,161. 

Lexington, Mo., 61, 76, 201, 1,691, 1,995, 
2,264. 

Lexington, Ky., 59.3, 1,095, 1,674. 

Lexington, Tenn., 694. 

Lexington, W. Va., 1,672, 1,692. 

Ley's Ferry, Ga., 1^608. 

Liberty, Mo., 577. 

Liberty, Va., 1,699, 1,709, 

Liberty, La., 2,042. 

Liberty Gap, Tenn., l.COO, 1,005. 

Liberty Mills, Va., 1,227. 

Liberty Post Office, Ark., 1,517. 

Liberty Creek, La., 2,034. 

Licking, Mo., 265. 

Licking River, Ky., 1,680, 2,.347. 

Lick Creek, Ark., 734. 

Lick Creek, Miss., 255. 

Limestone Station, Tenn., 1,135. 

Linden, Va., 284. 

Linden, Tenn.. 912. 
Linn Creek, Va., 175. 

Linn Creek, Mo., 102. 

Little Bear Creek, Ala., 662, 683. 

Little Black River, Mo., 950. 

Little Blue, Mo., 127, 1;:;5, 233, 1,758, 

2,000. 
Little Blue, D. T., 1,843. 
Little Cacapon, Va., 1,504. 
Little Creek, N. C. 626. 
Little Harpeth, Tenn., 816. 
Little Missouri River, Ark., 1,492. 
Little Misso ri River, D. T., 1,836. 
Little Osage River, Kas., 2,008. 
Little Pond, Tenn., 496. 
Little Red River, Ark., 293, 349. 
Little River, Tenn.. 1,998. 
Little Rock, Ark., 1,150, 1,647. 
Little Rock Road, Ark., 832. 
Little Rock Landing, Tenn., 875. 
Little Santa Fe. Mo., 119. 210. 
Little Tennessee River, 1,267. 
Little Washington, Va., 649. 
L.verpoul Heights, Miss., 1,"S9. 



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Lock's Ford, Va., 1,910. 

Lockridge Mills, Ky., 268. 

Locust Grove, Va., 1,306. 

Lot's Peach Farm, Mo., .375. 

Logan Co., Va , 175. 

Logan Cross Roads, Ky., 169. 

Lone Jack, Mo., 460. 

Long Prairie, Ark., 1,876. 

Longview, Ark., 1.474. 

Lookout Station. Mo.. 55. 

Lookout Mountain, Tenn., 1.298, 2,32.3. 

Lost Mountain, Ga., 1,668. 

Loudon Creelv, Tenn.. 1.286. 

Loudoun Co., Va., 600, 624. 

Loudoun Heights, Va., 1,355. 

Louisa Court House, Va., 900. 

Louisville, Tenn., 1,310. 

Lovejoy Station, Ga., 1,797, 1,810, 1,865, 

1,899, 2,035 
Lovettsville, Va., 48, 600. 
Low Creelc, W Va.. 996. 
Lowtonville, S. C, 2,147. 
Lowndesboro', Ala., 2,238. 
Lucas Bend, Ky., 87. 
Lumkin's Mills, Miss., 665. 
Luna Landing, Ark., 1,437. 
Lundy's Lane, Ala., 855. 
Luray, Va., 364, 1,926. 
Lynchburg, Va., 1,598, 2,-350. 
Lynch Creek, S. C, 2,172. 
Lynnviile, Tenn., 1,705, 2,049, 2,115. 

McAfee's Cross Roads, Ga., 1,686. 
McConnellsburg, Pa., 1,003, 1,014. 
McCook's raid in Georgia, 1,797, 2,363. 
McDowell, Va., 272. 
McLean's Ford, Va., 1,227. 
McMinnville, Tenn., 496, 866, 1.182, 

1,188. 
Macon, Ga., 1,796, 1,815, 2,041, 2,199, 

2,251. 
Macon Co., Tenn., 1,729. 
Madison, Ark., 835. 

Madison Court House, Va., 1,173, 2,114. 
Madison Station, Ala.. 1,619, 2,054. 
Madison Co., Ky., 475. 
Madisonville, Ky., 483, 575. 
Madisonville, La.. 1,352. 
Magoffin Co.. Ky., 1,514. 
Magnolia Hills, Miss., 893. 



Malvern Hill, Va., 357, 436, 1,693, 1,800, 

2,280. 
Manassas, Va., 36, 494. 
Manassas Junction, Va., 609, 
Manassas Gap, Va., 630, 1,086, 1,089. 
Manchester, Tenn., 493, 1,407. 
Mansfield, La., 1,.501. 
Mansara, La., 1,604. 
Markham, Va., 631. 
Marksville, La., 1,605. 
Marks' Mills, Ark.. 1.537. 
Maria Des Cygnes, Kas., 2,008. 
Mary's Heights, Va., 894. 
Maryland Heights, Va., 1,753. 
Marietta, Ga., 1,668. 
Marianna, Ark., 639. 
Marianua, Fla., 1,942. 
Marrowbone, Ky., 1,029. 
Marshall, Mo., 1,094, 1,217. 
Marysville, Tenn., 1,285. 
Marion Co., W. Va., 66. 
Marion, Miss., 1,424. 
Marion, Va., 2,103, 2,109. 
Marshfield, Mo., 180, .599. 
Mason's Neck, Va., 186. 
Mason's Bridge, S. C, 2,079. 
Matapony, Va., 440. 
Maysville, Ark, 603. 
Maysville, Ala., 1,128, 1,220. 
Mayfield, Ky., 1,357. 
Maplesville, Ala., 2.217. 
Matagorda Bay, Te.Kas, 1,.344. 
Mazzard Prairie, Ark., 1,799. 
Martinsburg, Md., 18. 
Martinsburg, Va., 514, 976, 1,860, 1,917. 
Martinsburg, Mo., 32. 
Martin's Creek, Ark., 1,351. 
Matthia's Point, Va., 17. 
Memphis, Tenn., 326, 1,550, 1,868, 

1,961, 2,097. 
Memphis, Mo., 394. 
Merriweather'o Ferry, Tenn., 459. 
Mesila, N. M., 44. 

Mechanicsville, Va., 352, 351, 2.280. 
Mechanicsville, Miss.. ",151. 
Medon Station, Tenn.. 499. 
Meadow Bridge, Va., 1.599. 
Meadow Bluff, W. Va., 1,328. 
Medalia, Miss., 853. 
Mechanicsburg, Miss., 955. 



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Medley, W. Va., 1,380. 

Meridian. Miss., expedition to, 1,392. 

1.405, 1,410, 1,414, 1,415, 1,417, 1,423, 

1,424. 
Meridian, Miss., 1,419. 
Merrill's Crossing, Mo., 1.217. 
Messenger's Perry, Miss., 1,022. 
Metley's Ford, Tenn., 1,267. 
Metamora, Miss., 573. 
Middle Creek Fork, W. Va., 21. 
Middle Creek, Ky., 168. 
Middleburg, Va., 217, 987. 
Middleburg, Miss., 701. 
Middletown, Va., 299, 972, 1,996. 
Middletown, Tenn., 725, 750, 938, 1,001. 
Middleton, Tenn., 1,000, 1,359. 
Middleton, Md., 1,761. 
Millsville, Mo., 29. 
Mill Creek Mills, W. Va., 113. 
Mill Creek Valley, W. Va., 1,281 
Mill Springs, Ky., 169. 
Mill Point, W. Va., 1,268. 
Mill Creek, Ga., 1,574, 2,333. 
Mill Creek, Tenn., 2,072. 
Millan Grove, Ga.. 2,C69. 
Millwood, Va., 2,104. 
Milton, Tenn., 774, 807. 
Milton, Fla., 2,009. 
Milliken's Bend, La., 461, 963, 2,313. 
Milford, Mo., 150. 
Milford, Va., 368. 
Milford Station, Va., 1,628. 
Mingo Swamp, Mo., 754. 
Mine Run, Va., operations at, 1,306, 

2,324. 
Mine Creek, Kan., 2,008. 
Mine explosion, 1,812, 2,365. 
Mississippi River, Miss., 782. 
Mississippi State. 207. 
Mississippi City, Miss., 195. 
Mississippi Central Railroad, 499, 701, 

2,057. 
Missouri River, D. T., 1,102. 
Missionary Ridge, Tenn., 1,298, 2,323. 
Mitchell's Station, Va., 446. 
Mitcheirs Creek, Fla., 2.107. 
Moorcfield, Va., 643, 725, 1,136, 1,155, 

1,396, 1,664, 1.833. 
Moore Mills, Mo.. 416. 
Moresburg, Tenn., 1,326. 



Monroe Station, Mo.. 24. 

Monroe Co., Mo., 293, 404. 

Monroe's Cross Roads, N. C, 2,186. 

Morristown, Mo., 80. 

Morristown, Tenn., 139, 1,325. 2,017, 

2,032. 
Morris Island, S. C, 1,056, 1,124, 1,138. 
Morris Co., Mo., 1,641. 
Morgan's Mills, Ark., 1,408. 
Morgantown, Ky., 117, 613. 
Morgan Co., Tenn., 173. 
Morgansville, Ky., 504. 
Morgan's raids in Kentucky, Indiana, 

and Ohio, 1,024, 1,671. 
Morganzia, La., 1,183. 
Monday's Hollow, Mo., 100. 
Monocacy, Md., 1,765, 2,357. 
Monocacy River, Md., 587. 
Moffat's Station, Ark., 1,181. 
Mosby's raid in Virginia, 793. 
Moscow, Tenn., 1,266, 1,694. 
Moscow, Ark., 1,511. 
Moscow Station. Mi.'ss., 1,317. 
Mosquito Inlet, Fla., 209. 
Mount Zion, Mo., 156. 
Mount Zion Church, Va.. 1,759. 
Mount Sterling, Ky., 417, 812, 969, 

1,669. 
Mount Washington, Ky.. 568. 
Mount Vernon, Ark., 911. 
Mount Tabor Church. N. C, 1,093. 
Mount Jackson, Va., 1,293. 
Mount Ivy, Miss., 1,435. 
Mount Elba, Ark., 1,479. 
Mount rieasant Landing, La., 1,606. 
Mount Clio, S. C, 2,171. 
Mount Pleasant, Miss., 1,6.30. 
Mount Pleasant, Ala., 2,215. 
Mount Crawford, V.n., 1,661, 2,175. 
Mount Carmel, Tenn., 2,060. 
Mobile Harbor, Ala., 1,826. 
Mobile, Ala., 2,206. 
Mossy Creek, Tenn., 1,343, 1,358. 
Morion's Ford, Va., 1,402. 
Morton, Miss., 1,405. 
Moneti's Bluff, La., 1,532. 
Morrow Creek, Ark., 1,539. 
Morreausville, La., 1,604. 
Moulton, Ala., 1,650. 
Montgomery Co., Ark., 1,774. 



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Montgomery and West Point Railroad, 

Ga., 1,780. 
Montgomery, Ala., 2,239. 
Moreau Bottom, Mo., 1,971, 
Monteith Swamp, Ga., 2,088. 
Moccassin Gap, Va., 2,119. 
Mountain Grove, Mo., 196. 
Mountain Store, Mo., 409, 
Monterey, Ky., 332. 
Monterey, Va., 234. 
Monterey, Tenn., 260, 282. 
Monterey Gap, Md., 1,038. 
Montavallo, Mo., 2-38, 437. 
Montavallo, Ala., 2,211. 
Morning Sun, Tenn., 366. 
Monticello, Ky., 896, 965. 
Monticello, Ark., 1,468. 
Munson's Hill, Va., 62, 89. 
MumfordVs Station, Ala., 2,253. 
MumfordsviUe, Ky.. 149, 534, 550. 
Murfreesboro', Tenn., 3S7, 742, 960, 

1,000, 1,901, 2,078, 2,099, 2,120, 

2,281. 
Murfreesboro' Road, Tenn., 720, 808, 

1,189. 
Muldrangh's Hill, Ky., 709. 
Muddy Run, Va., 1,276. 
Mud Springs, I. T., 2,150. 
Mussel Shoals, Ala., 2,019. 
Mudberry Gap, Tenn., 1,434. 
Mustang Island, Texas, 1,294. 
Myerstown, Va., 2,039. 

Nansemond, Va., 848. 

Nansemond River, Va., 897, 903. 

Namozin Church, Va., 2,221. 

Narrows, Ga., 1,980. 

Nashville, Tenn., 194, 398, 597, 634, 

1,637, 2,068. 2,101, 2,387. 
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, 

Tenn., 1,859, 1.892. 
Natches, Miss., 1,098, 1.278, 1.319. 
Natchitoches, La., 1,481, 1,526. 
Natural Bridge, Fla., 2,182. 
Nauvoo, Ala., 2,128. 
Nelson's Farm, Va., 356. 
Neosho, Mo., 254, 316, 1,191. 
Neused River, N. C, 2,237. 
Newark, Mo., 423. 
Newnan, Ga., 1,813. 



Newbern, N. C, 204, 257, 294, 646, 785, 

802. 1,.383, 1,446, 2,269. 
New Market, Va., 1,607, 1,800, 1,969, 

2,339. 
New Market Bridge, Va., 153. 
New Market Cross Roads, Va., 856. 
New Market Heights, Va., 1,946, 1,970, 

2,377. 
Newport News, Va., 20, 153, 197. 
Newport Barracks, N. C, 1,383. 
Newtonia, Mo., 531, 562, 2,013. 
Newton, La., 1,190. 
Newtown, Va., 3C0, 2,031. 
New Creek, W. Va., 14, 1,825, 2,059. 
New Creek Valley, W. Va., 1,386. 
New Albany, Minn., 862, 1,195. 
New Baltimore, Va., 632. 
New Bridge, Va., 301. 
New Hope, Ky., 383. 
New Hope, Va., 1,306. 
New Hope Church, Ga., 1,638. 
New Kent Court House, Va., 275. 
New Lisbon, 0., 1,024, 1,091. 
New Madrid, Mo., 190, 203, 1,107. 
New Madrid Bend, Tenn., 1,244. 
New Orleans, La., 248. 
New River Bridge, Va., 1,588, 2,336. 
New Ulra, Minn., 481. 
New York City, 1,067. 
Nickajack Trace, Ga., 1,534. 
Nickajack Creek, Ga., 1,741. 
Ninevah, Va., 2,031. 
Niobrara, Neb., 1,316. 
Nolansville, Md., 520. 
Nolansville, Tenn., 706, 771. 
Noonday Creek, Ga,, 1,711. 
Norfolk, Va., 278. 
Northeast River, N. C, 7,38. 
North port, Ala., 2,225. 
North Anna River, Va., 400, 1,590, 

1,632, 2,341. 
North Edisto River, S. C, 2,158. 
North Fork, Va., 2,183. 
North Mountain, Va., 1,743. 
North Missouri Railroad, 1,939. 
North River, W. Va., 1,746. 
North Shenandoah, Va., 1,966. 
Nose's Creek, Ga., 1,668, 1,704, 1,957. 
Nottaway Creek, Va., 1,584. 
Nottaway Court House, Va., 1,723. 



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Neuces River, Texas, 447. 
Nye River, Va., 1,577. 

Oak Grove, Va., 347, 2,279. 

Oak Hills, Mo., 49. 

Oakland, Miss., 671. 

Obion River, Tenn., 459. 

Occoquan, Va., 186, 191, 696, 713. 

Occoquan Creek, Va., 128. 

Occoquan Bridge, Va., 171. 

Ocean Pond, Fla., 1,429. 

Oconee River, Ga., 2,051. 

Offetf s Knob, Mo., 1,541. 

Ogeechee River, Ga., 2,082. 

Okalona, Miss., 1,4.35. 

Okalona, Ark., 1,490. 

Oldtown, Md.. 1,822. 

Oldtown Creek, 1,771. 

Old Church, Va., 3.34, 1,6.54, 1,681. 

Old Fort Wayne, Ark., 603. 

Old Oaks, La., 1,622. 

Old River, La., 762, 1,631. 

Old River Lake, Ark., 1,663. 

Olive Branch, La., 2,181. 

Olive Hill, Ky., 567. 

Olustees, Fla., 1.429, 2,326. 

Oostenaula, Ga., 1,600. 

OpeloHsas, La., 1,242. 

Opequan, Va., 1,910, 1,919, 2,374. 

Orangeburg, S. C, 2,158. 

Orange Court House, Va., 407, 425. 

Orange Grove, 1,-306. 

Orchards, Va., 347. 

Orchard Knob, Tenn., 1,298, 2,323. 

Oregon Mountains, l,o79. 

Orleans, Md., 981. 

Osage, Mo., 619, 1,!!66, 2,C07. 

Osceola, Mo., 8-3, 306. 

Osceola. Ark., 1,499, 1,823. 

Otter Creek, Va., 1,699. 

Overall's Creek, Tenn.. 2,075. 

Overton's Hill, Tenn., 2,101. 

Oviren's Valley, Tenn., 790. 

Owen's River, Cal., 229. 

Owen's Cross Ronds, 2,147. 

Owen Co., Ky., .332. 

Owensburg, Ky., 542. 

Owensboro', Ky., 1,884. 

O.'rford, Miss., 672, 1,842. 

Oxford Hill, Miss., 1,869. 



Oxford Bend, Ark., 616. 

Oxhill, Va., 502. 

Ozark, Mo., 424, 670, 1,772. 

Paine's Tavern, 1,.306. 

Paint Rock Railroad Bridge, 258. 

Paintsville, Ky., 163, 1,512. 

Palo Alto, Miss., 868. 

Palmyra, Mo., 1.30. 

Palmyra, Tenn., 1,282. 

Palmetto Ranch, Tex., 2,260. 

Palmer's Creek, Va., 1,597. 

Paducah, Ky., 1,473. 

Pamunkey River, Va., 1,645. 

Panther Creek, Mo., 444. 

Panther Springs, Tenn., 1,455. 

Panther Gap, W. Va., 1,659. 

Papinsville, Mo., 83. 

Paris, Ky., 421, 798, 1,099. 

Paris, Tenn., 200, 1,159. 

Parkersville, Mo., 34. 

Parkers Ci-oss Roads, Tenn., 718. 

Pasquotank, N. C, 1,112. 

Pass Christian, Miss.. 222. 

Pattacassey Creek, N. C, 1,093. 

Patten, Mo., 410. 

Patterson, Mo., 865. 

Patterson ville. La., 817. 

Patterson Creek. Va., 16, 1,390. 

Pawnee Reservation, 991. 

Pawnee Forks, Kas., 2.052. 

Peach Orchard, Va., 355, 2,280. 

Peach Tree Creek, Ga., 1.785, 2,859. 

Pea Ridge. Ark., 192, 2,268. 

Pea Ridge, Mo., 18.3. 

Pea Vine Creek, Ga., 1,.307. 

Pechacho Pass, D. T., 240. 

Pembiscott Bayou, Ark., 1,499. 

Pendleton, 1,120. 

Pensacola, Fla., 78, 132, 1,489. 

Peralto, N. M., 241. 

Perry Co., Ky., 644. 

Perryville, Ky., 580, 2,295. 

Perryville, Ark., 1,122. 

Petersburg, W. Va., 70. 1,.553. 

Petersburg, Va., 429, 1,676, 1,696, ].(;97, 
1,712, 1,737, 1,812, 1,820, 1,895, 2,067, 
2,203, 2,204, 2.220, 2.349, 2,351, 2,355, 
2,366, 2,373, 2.395, 2,400. 

Petersbuig and Lynchburg R. R., 1,598. 



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Petersburg, Tcnn., 788. 

Petit Jean, Ark., l,7tj!). 

Philadelphia, Tenn, 1,240, 1,252. 

Philips Greek, Miss., 292. 

Phillippi, W. Va., 7. 

Philomont, Va., 622. 

Piedmont, Ya., I,fi61, 2,844. 

Piedmont Station, Va., 923. 

Pierce's Point, Fla., 1,994. 

Pierson's Farm, Va., 1,703. 

Pike Co., Ky., 123, 1,612. 

Pike town, Ky., 123. 

Pikeville, Ky., 850. 

Pikesville, Ark., 1,731. 

Pilot Knob, Mo., 1,934. 

Pinckiiey Island, S. C, 471. 

Pine Bluff, Ark., 1,249, 1,365, 1,714, 

1,738, 1,911, 2,170. 
Pine Bluff, Tenn., 1,8G4. 
Pine Barren Creek, Ala., 2,108, 2,205. 
Pine Knob, Ga., 1,706. 
Pine Mountain, Ga., 1,690. 
Pineville, Mo., 1,110. 
Piney Factory, Tenn., 1,262. 
Piney Woods, La., 1,487. 
Pions Altos, Ariz., 746. 
Pittman's Ferry, Ark., 397. 
Pittman's Ferry, Mo., 614. 
Pittsburg- Landing, Tenn., 189, 226. 
Plaquemine Bayou, La., 745. 
Plaquemine. La., 985, 1,832. 
Plain Stores, La., 939, 1,498. 
Platlsburg, Mo., 115. 
Platte City, Mo., .1,742. 
Pleasant Hill, Mo., 382, 1,648. 
Pleasant Hill, La., 1,502, 2,328. 
Pleasant Hill Landing, La., 1,507. 
Pleasant Grove, La., 1,501. 
Pleasant Valley, Md., 1,756. 
Plymouth, N. C, 505, 1.521, 2,022, 2,330. 
Plantersville, Ala., 2,217. 
Pocataligo, S. C, 311, 605. 2,138. 
Pocahontas Co., W. Va., 1,120, 1,268. 
Point Lookout, Va., 1,603. 
Point of Rocks, Md., 46, 1,667, 1,751. 
Point Lick, Ky., r)08. 
Point Pleasant, W. Va , 827. 
Point Pleasant, La., 1,730. 
Point Washington, Fla., 1,407. 
Poison Springs, Ark., 1,523. 



Polk's Plantation, Ark., 944. 

Poplar Springs Church, Va., 1,950, 

2,378. 
Pollocksville, N. C, 235, 738. 
Polk Co., Mo., 214. 
Pond Creek, Ky., 1,612. 
Pond Spring, Ala., 2,126, 
Pontotoc, Miss., 1,767. 
Ponchatoula, La., 532, 814, 915. 
Poole's Station, Ga., 2,082. 
Poolesville, Md., 517. 
Port Royal, S. C, 122, 157. 
Port Republic, Va., 330, 2,277. 
Port Gibson, Miss., 893, 1,340, 1,752, 

1,776, 2,308. 
Port Hudson, La.. 801, 944, 970, 977, 

1,053, 1,498, 2,312. 
Port Hudson Plains, La., 939. 
Port Walthal. Va., 1,.570. 
Potosi, Mo., 50, 101. 
Pound Gap, Va., 1,960. 
Pound Gap, Tenn., 205, 1,041. 
Pound Gap, Ky., 1,525. 
Powell's River Bridge, Tenn., 1,432. 
Powder Springs, Ga., 1,710, 1,957. 
Powhattm, Va., 2,144. 
Prairie D'Ann, Ark., 1,503. 
Prairie Station, Miss., 778, 1,430. 
Prairie Grove, Ark., 679, 2,296. 
Prebles Farm, Va.. 1,950, 2,378. 
Prentis, Miss., 548. 
Prestonburg. Ky., 168. 
Price's invasion of Mo., 1,929, 2,376. 
Princeton, W. Va., 288, 1,569. 
Princeton, Ky., 1,675. 
Princeton, Ark., 1,322, 1.542, 2,005. 
Prince's Place, Mo., 1,967. 
Pritchard's Mill, Va., 79. 
Proctor's Creek, Va., 1,597. 
Pueblo Colorado, Mo., 1,113. 
Pulaski, Ala , 1.073. 
Pulaski, Tenn., 1,205, 1,601, 1,938, 2,122. 
Pulaski, Ga., 230. 
Pumpkin Vine Creek, Ga., 1,638. 
Putnam's Ferry, Mo., 220. 

Quacker Bridge, N. C, 1,042. 
Quacker Road, Va., 2.208. 
Qualltown, N. C, 1,398. 
Quicksand Creek, Ky., 1,495. 



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Raccoon Ford, Va., 1,103, 1,168, 1,:J06. 
Raccoon Ford, Ala., 2,019. 
Raceland, La., 3-45. 
Randolph Co., Mo., 118, 166. 
Rapidan, Va., 1,206, 1,234, 1,448. 
Rapidan Station, Va., 899, 1,163. 
Rapidan Railroad Bridge, Va., 386. 
Rappahannock, Va., 476. 1,208, 1,4.83. 
Rappahannock River, Va., 470. 888, 959. 
Rappahannock Bridge, Va., 640, 1,246. 
Rappahannock Crossing, Va., 1,243. 
Rappahannock Station.Va., 1,103, 1,272. 
Rawles Mills, N. C, 626. 
Ray Co., Mo., 96. 
Raymond, Miss., 914, 1,395. 
Ray town. Mo., 346. 
Ready ville, Tenn., 489, 1,907. 
Ream's Station, Va., 1,721, 1,735, 1,770, 

1,879, 2,370. 
Rectortown, Va., 1,348. 
Red Bone, Miss., 1,529. 
Red Bone Church, Mo., 1,179. 
Red Clay, Ga., 1,554. 
Red Hill, Ala., 2,136. 
Red House, W. Va., 26. 
Red Mount, Tenn., 718. 
Red Oak, Ga., 1,862. 
Red River, La., 769, 1,481, 1,530, 1,538, 

1,556, 1,604. 
Redwood Creek, Cal., 1,049. 
Redwood, Minn., 462. 
Reed's Mountains, Ark., 677. 
Reedy Creek, W. Va., 280. 
Renick, Mo., 118. 
Rerock, Ariz., 2.201. 
Resaca, Ga., 1,600, 1,982, 2,338. 
Reynolds' Plantation, 2,058. 
Rhea's Mill, Ark., 637. 
Rheatown, Tenn., 1,211. 
Richfield, Mo., 934. 
Richland, Ark., 1,557. 
Richland, Tenn., 1,936. 
Rich Mountain, W. Va., 25. 
Richmond, Ky., 497, 1,095, 2,286. 
Richmond, La., 828, 978. 
Richmond, Va., 1,443,1,449,1,594, 2,C12, 

2.222. 
Richmond and Petersburg Railroad, Va., 

1,570. 
Rickett's Hill, Tenn., 518. 



Riddle's Shop, Va., 1,688. 

Rienzi. Miss., 464. 484. 1,055. 

Ringgold, Ga., 1,153, 1,307. 

Rio Hondo, N. M., 1,080. 

Ripley, Tenn., 729. 

Ripley, Miss., 1,313,1,665, 1,684, 1,764, 

River's Bridge, S. C, 2.147. 

Robertson's Run, Va.. 1,208. 

Robertson's Tavern, Va., 1,"06. 

Roan's Tan Yard, 166. 

Roanoke Island, N. C, 176. 

Roanoke River, N. C, 1,561. 

Roach's Plantation, Miss., 1,482. 
I Rocheport, Mo. , 953. 

Rockford, Tenn., 1.284. 

Rockingham, N. C, 2,184. 
1 Rockport, Mo., 1,924. 

Rockville, Md., 1,176. 

Rocky Creek Church, Ga., 2,070. 

Rocky Crossing, Miss.. 988. 

Rocky Face Ridge, Ga., 1,441, 1,566, 
2,333. 

Rocky Gap, Ky., 965. 

Rocky Gap, Va., 1,123. 

Rock House. W. Va., 1,411. 

Rocky Mount raid, N. C, 1,084. 

Rodgersville, Ala., 281. 

Rodgersville, Tenn., 1,871, 2,322. 

Rodney, Miss., 1,332, 1,454. 

Rogeisville, Tenn., 1,270. 

Rolla, Mo., 1,C19. 

Rolling Fork. Miss., 2,043. 

Rolling Prairie, Ark., 1,370. 

Rolling Prairie, Mo., 1,S93. 

Rome, Ga., 879, l,ti09, 1,620. 

Rome Cross Roads, Ga., 1,610. 

Romney, W. Va., 9, 85, 113, 162, 773. 

Rood's Hill, Va., 1,605, 2,048. 

Rosecrans' campaign in Tennessee, 
1,000, 2,316. 

Rose ville. Ark., 1,279, 1,493. 

Rousseau's raid in Alabama and Geor- 
gia, 1,766. 

Rousseau's pursuit of "Wheeler in Ten- 
nessee, 1,894. 

Ross Landing, Ark., 1,418. 

Round Away Bayou, La., 828. 

Round Hill, Ark., 373. 

Round Hill, Tenn., 489. 

Rover, Tenn., 749. 



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Rowanty Creek, Va., 2,148. 
Rowlett's Station, Ky., 149. 
Running Vicksburg batteries, 852. 
Rural Hills, Tenn., 652. 
Rush Creek, I. T., 2,153. 
Russel's House, Miss., 289. 
Rnsselville, Tenu., 3(57. 
Russeiville, Ky., 419, 563. 
Rutherford's Creek, Tenn., 797, 2,111. 

Sabine Pass, Tex., 859. 

Sabine Pass, La., 1,145. 

Sabine Cross Roads, La., 1,501, 2,327. 

Sacramento, Ky., 155. 

Sacramento Mountain, Va., 1,881. 

Salem, N. C, 2,^23. 

Salem, Miss., 1,2U3. 

Salem, Va., 632, 1,713. 

Salem, Mo., 140. 

Salem, Ark., 208. 

Salem Cemetery, Tenn., 695. 

Salem Pike, Tenn., 808. 

Salem Church, Va., 1,646, 1,657. 

Salem Heights, Va., 894. 

Salkahatchie, S. C, 2,147. 

Salisbury, Tenn., 451, 1,315. 

Salisbury, N, C, 2,240. 

Saline Co., Mo., 1,101. 

Saline River, Ark., 1,544, 2,331. 

Salt Lick, Va., 1,225. 

Saltville, Va., 1,959, 2,093, 2,112. 

Salyersville, Ky., 1,312. 

Sailor's Creek, 2,229, 2,401. 

Saint Charles River, Ark., 1,731. 

Samaria Church, Va., 1,693, 1,726. 

Sam Gaty, massacre on Steamer, 824. 

San Carlos River, Cal., 1,644. 

Sand Creek, I. T., 2,087. 

Sand Mountain, Ala., 862. 

Sandersville, Ga., 2,055. 

Sangster's Station, Va., 1,330. 

Santa F6, N. M., 215. 

Santa Fe, Mo., 405. 

Santa Rosa, Fla., 95. 

Saratoga, Ky., 114. 

Sartoria, Miss., 955. 

Saunders, Fla., 1,625. 

Saulsbury, Miss., 1,739. 

Savage Station, Va., 354, 2,280. 

Savannah, Tenn., 242. 



Savannah, Ga., siege of, 2,091. 

Scatterville, Ark., £80. 

Scott's Mills Road, Tenn., 1,377. 

Scott's Farm, Ark., 1,412. 

Scottsboro', Ala., 2,132. 

ScottsviUe, Ala., 2,219. 

Scrougesville, Tenn., 600. 

ScuUyville, I. T., 1,520. 

Seabrook's Point, S. C, 319. 

Searcy, Ark., 305, 1,658, 1,747, 1,906. 

Searcy Landing, Ark., 290. 

Scary town, "W. Va., 31. 

Secession^ille, S. C, 337. 1,077, 2,278. 

Sedalia, Mo., 138, 143, 1,991. 

Selma, Ala., 2,218. 

Senatobia, Miss., 946. 

Seneca, Md.,971, 

Seneca Station, I. T., 1,164. 

Seven Days' Retreat, Va., 351, 2,280. 

Seven Pines, Va., 318, 2,275. 

Seviersville, Tenn., 1,376. 

Shady Springs, Va., 491, 1,071. 

Shanghai, Mo , 88, 100. 

Shannon Hill, Va., 905. 

Sharpsburg, Md., 540. 

Shawnee Mound, Mo., 150. 

Shawnee Town, Kas., 961. 

Shelby Depot, Tenn., 607. 

Shelby Co., Ky., 147. 

Shelbyville, Tenn., 960. 1,011. 

Shelbyville Pike, Tenn., 1,001, 1,011, 

1,201. 
Shelbiana, Mo., 69. 
Shelburne, Mo., 5c5. 
Shenandoah, Va., 2,183. 
[ Shenandoah River. Va., 1,781. 
Shepherdstown, Va., 5(56, 1,076, 1,878. 
Sheppardstown, Va., 544. 
Shepherdsville, Ky., 551. 
Sheridan's cavahy raid, Va., 1,582, 

1,586, 2,174. 
Sherwood, Mo., 929. 
Shiloh, Tenn., 220, 2,271. 
Ship's Gap, Ga., 1,992. 
Shirley's Ford, Mo., 545. 
Shoal Creek, Ala , 2,030. 
Sibley's Landing, Mo., 577, 824. 
Siege of Yorktown, 225. 
Silver Creek, Mo., 166. 
Silver Lake, Fla., 1,429. 



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Silver Run, N. C, 2,188. 

Sitiimsport, La., 1,022. 

Simpsonville, Ky., 2.145. 

Sinking Creek, Va., 657. 

Sipsey Swamp, Ala., 2,230. 

Six Mile House, Va., 1,856, 2,368. 

Six Mile Creek, Ala., 2,211. 

Skeet, N. C, 791. 

Slatersville, Va., 275. 

Slaughter Mountain, Va., 446. 

Slaughterville, Xy., 510. 

Smithfield, Va., 766, 1,167, 1,384, 1,513, 

1,878, 1.889. 
Smithfield, Ky., 2,130. 
Smithsbuig, Md., 1,038. 
Smith's Farm, N. C, 2,193. 
Smith's raid in Tennessee, 1,410, 1,754. 
Smith's Station, I. T., 1,595. 
Smithville, Ark , S40. 
Smoky Hill, C. T., 1,615. 
Smoky Hill Crossing, Kas., 1,850. 
Smyrna, Ga., 1,741. 
Snaggy Point, Li., 1,556. 
Snake Creek Gap, Ga., 1,580, 1,990 

2,3.^3. 
Snia Hills, Mo., 1,543, 1,029. 
Snicker's Gap, Va., 623, 1,777, 1,844. 
Snicker's Gap Pike, Va., 1,858. 
Snicker's Ferry, Va., 666, 1,781. 
Snow Hill, Tenn., 833. 
Snyder's Bluff, Miss., 890. 
Snydersville, Miss., 1,482. 
Solomon's Gap, Md., 1,763. 
Somerset, Ky., 169,826. 
Somervilie Heights, Va., 271. 
Somerville, Tenn., 820. 
Sounding Gap, Tenn., 205. 
South Anna, Va., 1,001, 1.447, 1,591, 

2,190. 
South Branch of Watonwan, Minn., 853. 
Sjuth Edisto River, S. C, 2,152. 
South Fork Potomac, Va., 643. 
South Fork St. Mary's River, Fla., 1,409. 
South Fork, Greg., 2,212. 
South Mills, N. C, 250. 
South Mountain, Md., 533, 2,290. 
South Quay, Va., 854. 
South Quay Bridge, Va., 897. 
South Side Railroad, Va., 2,011. 
South Tunnel, Tenn,, 1,976. 



South Union, Ky., 917. 
Southwest Mountain, Va., 446. 
Southwest Creek, N. C. 6b9. 
Spanish Fort, Ala., 2,207, 2,396. 
Spanish Fork Canon, U. T., 849. 
Sparta, Tenn., 433, 1,108, 1,302. 
Sperryville, Va., 371. 
Spoonville. Ark., 1,486. 
Sporting Hill, Pa., 1,017. 
Spottsylvania Court House, Va., 689, 

1,577, 2,334. 
Springfield, Ky., 579. 
Springfield, Mo., 49, 112, 116, 728. 
Springfield, W. Va., 1,.391. 
Springfield Landing, La., 1,030. 
Spring Hill, Tenn., 792, 2,C60. 
Spring River, Ark., 208, 1,408. 
Spring River, Mo., 545, 775. 
Standards villa, Va., 1,448. 
State Creek, Ky., 969. 
Statesboro', Ga., 2,077. 
Stamford, Ky., 588. 
Stabel's reconnaissance, Va., 666. 
Stauntxin Bridge, Va., 1,728. 
Stanton Road, Va., 320. 
St. Augustine, Fla., 1,.345. 
St. Catharine's Creek, Miss., 1,098. 
St. Francois River, Mo., 891. 
St. George's Creek, O., 1,085. 
St. Charles, Ark., 338, 1,731. 
St. Francis Co., Mo., 838. 
St. John's River, Fla., 1,633. 
St. Mary's River, Fla., 1,409. 
St. Mary's Tre.stle, Fla., 1,798. 
St. Louis, Mo., 5. 
St. Vrain's Old Fort, N. M., 2,053. 
Steele's Bayou, Miss., 803. 
Steele's expedition, 1,485. 
Sterling's Farm. La., 1,183. 
Sterling's Plantation, La., 1,157. 
Steamer Empress, Mi?s., 1,838. 
Steamtug Columbine. 1,633. 
Stevensburg, Va., 1,274, 1,443. 
Stevens' Gap, Ga.. 1,154. 
Stevenson. Ala., 500. 
Stevenson's Dejwt, Va.. 1,784. 
Stewart's Plantation. Ark., 3C0. 
Stewart's Creek, Tenn., 716, 721. 
Stone's Farm, Ark., 1,494. 
Stone's Ferry, Ala., 1,775. 



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stone River, Tenn., 720, 1,192, 2,303. 

Stony Lake, D. T., 1,097. 

Stony Creek, Va., 1,734. 

Stony Creek Station, Va., 1,575, 1,979, 

2,065. 
Stone Inlet, S. C, 837, 1,339. 
Stockton, Mo., 445. 

Stockade at Stone River, Tenn., 1,192. 
Sconeman's raid in Virginia, 880, 2,093. 
Stoneman's raid to Macon, Ga., 1,796, 

2,3(i2. 
Stoneman's raid in Tennessee and Vir- 
ginia, 2,093. 
Stoneman's raid in Southwest Virginia 

and North Carolina, 2,196. 
Strasburg, Va., 216, 1,849, 1,973, 1,983. 
Strasburg Road, Va., 320, 784, 870. 
Strawberry Plains, Tenn., 1,356. 
Strawberry Plains, Va., 1,846, 2,367. 
Streight's raid in Georgia and Alabama, 

879, 2,307. 
Sturgeon, Mo., 552. 
Sugar Creek. Mo., 166, 183. 
Sugar Creek, Tenn., 1,20.5, 2,122. 
Sugar Loaf Mountain, Md., 524. 
Sugar Loaf Hill, N. C, 2,141. 
Sugar Loaf Battery, N. C, 2,156. 
Sugar Valley, Ga., 1,600. 
Sulphur Branch Trestle, Ala., 1,930. 
Sulphur Springs, Va., 476. 
Sulphur Springs Bridge, Va., 1,840. 
Suffolk, Va., 710, 748, 847, 907, 921, 

1,460, 1,560. 
Summerville, W. Va., 57, 761. 
Summerville, Miss., 658. 
Summerville, Tenn., 1,337. 
Summit Point, Va., 1,866, 2,369. 
Sumpterville, S. C, 2,200, 2,236. 
Sunshine Church, Ga., 1,818. 
Surrender of Lee, 2,235, 2,405. 
Sui-render of Mosby's command, 2,245. 
Surrender of Johnston, 2,255, 2,406. 
Surrender of Taylor, 2,250, 2,407. 
Surrender of Sam. Jones, 2,258, 2,408. 
Surrender of Jeff. Thompson, 2,259, 

2,409. 
Surrender of Kirby Smith. 2,261, 2,410. 
Supply Train, Tenn., 1,245. 
Sutton, Va., 556. 
Suwano Gap, N. C, 2,254. 

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Swallow's Bluff, Tenn., 1,184. 
Swan's Headquarters, 791. 
Swan Lake, Ark., 1.531. 
Sweden's Cove, Tenn., 323. 
Sweetwater, Tenn., 1,247. 
Sweetwater Creek, Ga., 1,957. 
Swift Creek, Va., 1,587, 2,335. 
Swift Creek, S. C, 2,247. 
Swift Creek Bridge, N. C, 359. 
Sycamore Church, Va., 429, 1,913. 
Sykestown, Mo., 188. 
Sylamore, Ark., 310. 
Sylvan Grove, Ga., 2,0.56. 

Taberville, Mo., 426. 

Taberville, Ark., 449. 

Tah-kah-o-kuty, D. T., 1,802. 

TahUquah, I. T., 823. 

Talladega, Ala., 2,252. 

Talbot's Ferry. Ai-k., 249. 

Talbot's Station, Tenn., 1,343. 

TaUahatchie, Fla., 342. 

Tallahatchie, Miss., 9SS, 1,218, 1,834. 

Tallahassee, Fla., 2,258. 

Tallapoosa River, Ala., 1,775. 

Tampa Bay, Fla., 1,232. 

Tanner's Bridge, Ga., 1,609. 

Tar River, N. C, 1,084. 

Taylor's Bridge, Va., 1,6.32. 

Taj'lor's Ford, Tenn., 124. 

Taylor's Ridge, Ga., 1,307, 1,992. 

Taylor's Hole Creek, Ga., 3,191. 

Taylorsville, Va., 1,447. 

TazeweU, Tenn., 441, 1,372. 

Tebb's Bend. Ky., 1,034. 

Telford, Tenn., 1,135. 

Ten Islands,- Ala., 1,773. 

Ten Miles from Columbus, Ky., 2,140. 

Tennessee River, Tenn., 1,864. 

Terrapin Creek, Ala., 2,021. 

Terre Noire Creek, Ark., 1,486. 

Terrisville, Tenn., 1,361. 

Texas, Ky., 579. 

Texas Co., Mo., 654, 1,158. 

The Island, Mo., 825. 

Thibodeaux, La., 994. 

ThibodeauxviUe, La., 615. 

Thomas Station. Ga., 2,058, 2,073. 

Thomson Cove, Teun., 1,187. 

Thomson's Hill, Miss., 893. 



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Thompson's Station, Tenn., 792, 2,806. 
Thornburg, Va., 440. 
Thornhill, Ala., 2,129. 
Thoroughfare Gap, Va., 221, 594, 

632. 
Tickfaw River, Miss., 898. 
Tillafinney River, S. C, 2,079. 
Tilton, Tenn., 1,602. 
Tilton, Ga., 1,984. 
Tishamingo Co., Miss., 1,253. 
Tobosofkee, Ga., 2,250. 
Todd's Tavern, Va., 1,576. 
Tompkinsville, Ky., 3:9, 869. 
Tom's Brook, Va., 1,973. 
Toon's Station, Tenn., 499. 
Totspotomy, Va., 1,651. 
Totppotomy Creek, Va., 1,646, 
Town Creek, Ala., 883. 
Town Creek, N. C, 2,168. 
Township, Fla., 743. 
Tracy City, Tenn., 1,367. 
Trantner's Creek, N. C, 325. 
Trenton, Tenn., 443, 698. 
Trenton, N. C, 685. 
Trenton Bridge, N. C, 283. 
Trevellian Station, Va., 1,685, 2,348. 
Trinity, Ala., 403. 
Trinity River, Cal., 1,280. 
Trion, All., 2,214. 
Triplett's Bridge, Ky., 979. 
Trinne, Tenn., 967. 
Try Mountain, Ky., 123. 
TuUalioma, Tenn., 1,000, 1,020, 1,245. 
Tunica Bend, La., 1,530. 
Tunica Co., Miss., 428. 
Tunnell HiU, Ga., 1,378, 1,441, 1,573, 

2,333. 
Tunnell Hill, Miss., 1,417. 
Tunstall Station, Va., 336, 906, 1,453. 
Tupelo, Miss., 908, 1.754, 1,771, 2,358. 
Turkey Bend, Va., 356. 
Turkey Island Bridge, Va., 396. 
Turman's Ferry, Ky., 1,354. 
Turnback Creek, Mo., 253. 
Turner's and Crampton's Gaps, Md., 

533, 2,289. 
Tuscumbia, Ala, 779. 872, 879. 1,251. 
Tuscumbia Creek, Miss., 313, 
Tuscaloosa, Ala., 2,227. 
Two Hills, Bad Lands, D. T., l,aS6. 



Union, Va., 624. 

Union City, Tenn., 219, 1,058, 1,296. 
Union City, Ky., 1,472. 
Union Church, Va., 328. 
Union Church, Miss., 884. 
Union Mills, Mo., 468. 
Unionville. Tenn., 792. 
Union Station, Tenn., 2,024. 
University Place, Tenn,, 1,U33. 
Upper Missouri River, Ark., 534. 
Upperville, Ga., 625, 995, 1,178. 
Upton Hill, Ky., 97. 
Utoy Creek, Ga., 1,827. 

Vache Grasae, Ark., 1,933. 

Valverde, N. M., 185. 

Van Buren, Ark., 711, 1,841. 

Vamell's Station, Ga., 1,585. 

Vaughn, Miss., 1,596. 

Vaughn Road, Va., 2,011, 2,148. 

Vaught's Hill, Tenn., 887. 

Vera Cniz, Ark., 2,025. 

Vermillion Bayoia, La., 1,210. 

Vernon, Md., 1,062. 

Verona, Miss., 2,223. 

Vicksburg, Miss., 250, 71.5, 782. 893, 932. 
936. 1,006. 1,013, 1,036, 1,125, 1,392, 
1,416. L744, 1.748. 2,302, 2,311. 

Vidalia, La., 1,165, 1,404, 1,789. 

Vienna, Va., 10, 141, 506. 

Village Creek, A.-k., 333. 360. 

Vincent's Cross Roadn, Miss., 1,253. 

Vinegar Hill, S. C, 1,124. 

Vining Station, Ga., 1,741. 

Volusia Co., Fla., 2,149. 

Wachita, Indian Agency, Tex., 764. 

Wadesburg, Mo., 154. 

Waddel's Farm, Ark., 333, 361. 

Waldron, Ark,, 1,156, 1,199, 1,347,1,385. 

Wallace's Ferry, Ai-k., 1,794. 

Wall Bridge, Va., 1,563, 

Walkerville, Mo.. 237. 
: Walker's Ford, W. Va.. 1,314. 
I Walkerstown, Va., 1,451. 

Walthal, Va., 1,702. 

Wapping Heights, Va., 1,089, 

Wardensville, Va., 309. 

Warm Springs, N. M., 990. 

Warm Springs, N. C, 1,304. 



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Warrensburg. Mo., 213, 218, .339, 
Warrenton Junction, Va., 557, 902, 919. 
Warrenton Springs, Va., 1,216. 
Warsaw, Mo., 104, 1,204. 
Wartrace, Tenn., 1,197. 
Washington, N. C, 317, 515, 829, 1,259. 
Washington, D. C, 1,7«8. 
Watauga River, Ark., 1,941. 
Wautanga River, Tenn., 124. 
Wautauga Bridge, Tenn., 717, 1,5S6. 
Waterford, Miss., 665. 
Waterford, Va., 1,106. 
Waterloo Bridge, Va., 476. 
Waterproof, La., 1,^97, 1,422, 1,527. 
Water Valley, Miss., 674. 
Waugh's Farm, Ark., 1,427. 
Wauhatchie, Tenn., 1,255. 
Waverly, Tenn., 606, 842. 
Wayne Co., W. Va., 1,411. 
Wayne Court House, W. Va., 59. 
WaynesviUe, Mo., 1,119. 
W^aynesboro', Va., 1,945, 1,958, 2,176. 
Waynesboro', Ga.. 2,058, 2,076. 
Weaver's Store, Ky., 881. 
W^eber's Falls, I. T., 1,147. 
Welaka, Fla., 1,625. 
Weldon Railroad, Va., 1,575, 1,583, 
1.722, 1,856, 1,956, 2,065, 2,083, 2,353. 
Wentzville, Mo., 29. 
Western North Carolina, expedition 

into, 2,086. 2.146. 
Westminster, Md., 1,015. 
W^estport, Mo., 983. 2,006. 
Weston, W. Va., 498. 
West Branch, Va., 848. 
West Glaze, Mo., 100. 
West Liberty, Ky., 110. 
V\'est Point, Va., 270. 
West Point, Ark., 1,111, 1,698, 1,804. 
West Point, Miss., 1,431. 
West Point, Ga., 2,243. 
West Virginia, Averill's raid, 1,120, 

1,323. 
Weyer's Cave, Va., 1,937. 
Whipley Swamp, S. C, 2,147. 
Whistler's Station, Ala., 2,241. 
Whitemarsh, Ga., 243. 
White's Bridge, Va., 1,584. 
White's Ford, Va., 1,171. 
Whiteside, Fla., 1,801. 



Whittaker's Mills, Va., 845. 

While Co., Ark., 1,408. 

White Co., Tenn., 1,439. 

Whitehall, N. C, 692. 

White House, Va., 1,7C8, 1,716. 

White Oak Swamp, Va., 356. 

White Oak Swamp Bridge, Va., 434, 

1,688. 
White Oak Bridge, Ky., 465. 
White Oak Road, Va., 2,209, 2,398. 
White Post, W. Va., 1,689, 1,84U, 2,080. 
White River. Ark., 338, 370, 1,111, 1,718, 

1,727, 2,002. 
White Stone HiU, D. T., 1,134. 
White Sulphur Springs, Va., 649, 1,123, 

1,216. 
White Water, Mo., 874. 
Wier Bottom Church, Va., 1,597, 1,700. 
Wilcox's Bridge, N. C, 2,185, 2,391. 
WDd Cat, Ky., 108. 
Wilderness, Va., 1,565, 2,332. 
Wiliston, S. C, 2,151. 
Willis Church, Va., :;63. 
Williamsburg, Va., 269, 381, 521, 758, 

822, 845, 2,272. 
Williamsburg, Ky., 618. 
Williamsburg Road, Va., 343. 
Williams' Bridge, La., 358. 
Williams' Farm, Va., 1,722. 
Williamsport, Tenn., 452. 
Williamsport, Md., 547, 1,044. 
Williamsport, W. Va., 1,380. 
Williamston, N. C, 626. 
Willicomack, Va., 2,221. 
Willmarsh Island, S. C, 1,438. 
Willow Creek, Cal., 1,292. 
Wilmington Island, Ga., 243. 
Wilmington, N. C, 2,169. 
Wilson's Creek, Mo., 49, 2,263. 
Wilson's Creek, Ky., 975. 
Wilson's Farm, La., 1,496, 
Vv^ilson's Landing, Va., 1,682. 
Wilson's Wharf Landing, Va., 1,636. 
Wilson's raid on Weldon Railroad, Va., 

1,719, 2,352. 
Wilson's raid in Alabama and Georgia, 

2,199, 2,397. 
Winchester, Va., 212, 303, 933, 974, 

1.784, 1.791, 1,854, 1,919, 2,270, 2,274, 

2,315, 2,?.61, 2,374. 



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Wireman's Shoals, Ky., 673. 
Wire Court House, W. Va., 131. 
Wise^s Fork, N. C, 2,185. 
Wolf Creek Bridge, Miss., 555. 
Wolf Iliver, Tenn., 1,500. 
Wolf River, Miss., 699. 
Wolf River Bridge, Miss., 1,317. 
Woodbury, Ky., 117. 
Woodbury, Tenn., 741, 833. 
Woodlake, Minn., 554. 
Wood's Fork, Mo., 733. 
Woodson ville, Ky., 149. 
Woodstock, Va., 1.922, 1,973. 
Woodville, Tenn., 601. 
Woodville, Miss., 1,908 
Wormley's Gap, Va., 1,890. 
Worthington, W. Va., 66. 
Wyatts, Miss., 1,218, 1,400. 
Wyerman's Mills, Tenn., 1,434. 
Wyoming Court House, W. Va., 



453. 



Wytheville, Va. 
2,224. 



1,082, 1,589, 2,103, 



Yate's Ford, Ky., 501. 
Yazoo Pass, Miss., 777. 
Yazoo City, Mis.s, 1,064, 1,445, 1,456, 

1,559, 1,596, 2,0(i6. 
Yazoo River, Miss., expedition up, 

1,387, 1,456. 
Yellow Bayou, La., 1,622. 
Yellow Medicine, Minn., 554. 
Yellow Tavern, Va., 1,594, 1,956. 
Yemassee, S. C, 605. 
Yorktown, Va., 225,*232, 256. 
I'ouug's Cross Roads, N. C, 411, 

Zagonyi's charge, 112. 
ZollicofTer, Tenn., 1,177. 
Zuni, Va., 684. 



PART III 



EECOED OF THE GENERAL OFFICERS OF 

THE ARMIES OF THE UNITED STATES 

DURING THE WAR OF THE 

REBELLION. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



This list of general officers is compiled from official army registers of 
regulars and volunteers, and from the General Orders of the War De- 
partment. In the regular army, several officers who were appointed 
after, but had served during the rebellion, are included to round off the 
lists. Where the general officers obtained the full, the brevet rank is 
omitted. The list of general officers deceased includes only those who 
died while in the service, and those of the regular army to December 3L, 
1865. 

General United States Army. 

Full Rank.— I. 

1. Lieut. -General TJlysses S. Grant, appointed July 25, 1866. 

Liientenant-Generals United States Army. 

Full Bank.— 2. 

2. Ulysses S. Grant, Major-General TT. S Army, from March 2, 1864 ; promoted 

General July 25, 1866. 

3. William T. Sherman, Major-General U. S. Army, from July 25, 1866. 

B}/ Brevet.— 1. 

4. Major-General Winfield Scott, from March 29, 1847 ; retired Nov. 1, 1861. 

Major-Generals United States Army. 
Ftcll Rank.— 11. 

5. Winfield Scott, Brig.-General TJ. S. Array, from June 25, 1841 ; retired Nov. 

1, 1861. 

6. George B. McCIellan, U. S. Army, from May 14, 1861 ; resigned Nov. 8, 1864. 

7. John C. Fremont, late " '^ May 14, 1861 ; " June 4, 1864. 
b. Henry W. Halleck, late " " Aug. 19, 1861. 



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STATISTICAL RECORD. 



9. John E. Wool, Brig.-General, U. S. Army, from May IG, 1862 ; retired Aug, 
1, 186.3. 

10. Ulysses S. G-rant, Major- General of Volunteers, from July 4, 1863 ; promoted 

to Lieut.-General March 2, 1864. 

11. William T. Sherman, Major-General of Volunteers, from Aug. 12, 1864 ; pro- 

moted to Lieut.-General July 25, 1866. 

12. George G. Meade, Major-General of Volunteers, from Au^. 18, 1864. 

13. Philip H. Sheridan, " " " Nov. 8, 1864. 

14. George H. Thomas, " " " Dec. 15, 1864. 

15. Winfield S. Hancock. " " " July 26, 1866. 

^2/ Brevet.— 152. 

16. Brig.-General Irvin McDowell, U. S. Army from March 13, 1865. 

17. " William S. Rosecrans, U. S. Army " " " 

18. " Philip St. G. Cook, " " " " 

19. " John Pope, TJ. S. Arniy " " " 

20. " Joseph Hooker, " " " " 

21. " John M. Schofield, U. S. Army " " " 

22. " Oliver O. Howard, •' '• " " 

23. " Alfred H. Terry, " " " " 

24. " Edward O. C. Ord, " " " 

25. " Edward R. S. Canby, " " " " 

26. " Edwin V. Sumner, " " May 31,1862. 

27. " William S. Harney, " " March 13, 186.5. 

23. " Robert Anderson, " " Feb. 3, " 

29. " Lovell H. Rousseau, " " March 28, 1867. 

3U. " Lorenzo Thomas, Adjutant-General " March 13, 1865. 

31. Colonel Edward D. Tuwnsend, Asst. Adjutant-General, " " " 

32. " William A. Nichols, " " " " '' 

33. Lieut. -Colonel Seth Williams, " " " " " 

34. " James B. Fry, " " " " " 

35. " Geo. L. HartsufE, " " " " " 

36. Major William D. Whipple, " " " " " 

37. Colonel Randolph B. Marcy, Inspector- General " " " 

38. " Delos B. Sackett, " " " " 

39. " Edmund Schriver, " " " " 

40. " James A. Hardie, " " *' " 

41. Major Absalom Baird, Asst. Inspector-General " " " 

42. Brig.-General Joseph Holt, Judge Advocate-General " " " 

43. " John A. Rawlins, Chief of Stafi " April 9, 1865. 

44. " Montgomery C. Meigs, Q'r master- General, " July 5, 1864. 

45. Colonel Charles Thomas, Asst. Quartermaster-General.. " March 13, 1865. 

46. " Thomas Swords, " " " " " 

47. " Geo. H. Grossman, " " " " " 

48. Lieut. -Col. David H. Vinton, " " " " " 

49. Major Robert Allen, Quartermaster U. S. Army " " " 

50.' " James L. Donaldson, " " " " " 

51. " Daniel H. Rucker, " " " " " 

52. " Rufus Ingalls, " " " " " 

53. " Langdon C, Easton, " " " " " 



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54. 



59. 



60. 



Major Stewart "Van Vliet, Quartermaster U. S. Army from March 13, 1865. 

Captain Robert O. Tyler, Asst. Q'rmaster XJ. S. Army " " " 

Alvan C. Gillem, " " " .... " April 12, 1865. 

Col. Geo. Gibson, Commissary-Gen. of Subsistence, retired, " May 30,1848. 
Brig. -General Amos B. Eaton, Commissary-General of 

Subsistence " March 13, 1865. 

Colonel Alexander Shiras, Asst. Commissary-General of 

Subsistence " " " 

Lieut.-Colonel M. D. L. Simpson, Asst. Commissary- 
General of Subsistence " " " 

Lieut.-Colonel Henry F. Clarke, Asst. Commissary-Gen- 
eral of Subsistence " " " 

Major Amos Beckwith, Commissary of Subsistence " " " 

Captain John P. Hawkins " " " " " 

" John W. Turner, " " " " «' 

Brig. -Gen. Joseph K. Barnes, Surgeon-General, U. S. A., " " " 

Colonel Benjamin W. Brice, Paj'master-General, " " " " 

Brig.-Gen. Joseph G. Totten, Chief of Engineers, retired, " April 21, 1864. 

" Richard Delafield, " " U. S. A., " March 13, 1865. 

Colonel Thomas J. Cram, Corps of Engineers, " " Jan. 13, 1866. 

" John G. Barnard, " " " " March 13, 1865. 
Lieut.-Colonel Daniel P. Woodbury, Corps of Engineers, 

U. S. Army " Aug. 15,1864. 

Lieut.-Col. Geo. W. Cullum, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A., *' March 13, 1865. 

" Henry W. Berham, " " •' " " " 
" Andrew A. llumphreys. Corps of Engineers, 

U. S. Army " " " 

" Zealous B. Tower, Corps of Engineers, XJ. S. A., " " " 

Horatio G. Wright, " " " " " " 

" John Newton, " " " '' " " 

Major W. P. Smith, " " " " " " 

" John G. Foster, " " " " " " 

" Quincy A. Gilmore, " " " " '' '♦ 

" John G. Parke, " " '♦ " " 

" Gouverneur K. Warren, " " " " " " 

" Amiel W. Whipple, " " " " May 7, 1863. 

Captain Godfrey Weitzel, " " " " March 13, 1865. 

" James H. Wilson, " " " " " " 

Brig.-Gen. Jas. W. Ripley, Chief of Ordnance, retired.. " " " 

" George D. Ramsey, " ""..." " " 

" Alex. B. Dyer, " " U.S.A.. " 
Major Washington L, Elliott, 1st Regiment of Cavalry, 

U. S. Army " " " 

Colonel Thos. J. Wood, 2d Regiment of Cavalry, U. S. A., •' " " 

Major John W. Davidson, 2d Regiment of Cavalry, " " " " 

'• Alfred Pleasonton, 2d " " " " " " 

" Frank Wheaton, 2d " " " " " " 

Captain Wesley Merritt, 2d " " " " " " 

Lieut.-Col. George Stoneman, 3d " " " " " " 

Major Kenner Garrard, 3d " " " " " " 

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97. Captain Gordon Granger, 

98. " Wm. W. Averell, 
90. " Alfred Gibbs, 

100. Major Richard W. Johnson, 

101. Captain Eli Long, 

102. Colonel Wm. H. Emory, 

103. Lieut.-Col. Andrew J. Smith, 

104. Major Eugene A. Carr, 

105. " David S. Stanley, 

106. Captain John B. Mcintosh, 

107. " Geo. A. Custer, 

108. Colonel David Hunter, 

109. Lieut.-Col. Sam'l D. Sturgis, 

110. Major James H. Carleton, 

111. Captain August V. Kautz, 

112. Colonel Edward Hatch, 
ll.j. " Benj. H. Grinrson, 

114. Major James B. Ricketts, 

115. " John M. Brannon, 

116. Captain Jefferson C. Davis, 

117. " Judson Kilpatrick, 

118. Colonel Wm. W. Morris, 

119. " Wm. F. Barry, 

120. Lieut.-Col. Wm. H. French, 

121. Colonel Thos. W. Sherman, 

122. Lieut.-Col. Henry J. Hunt, 

123. Major Albion P. Howe, 

124. Captain John Gibbon, 

125. Col. Harvey Brown, retired, 

126. Major. Geo. W. Getty, 

127. Captain Truman Seymour, 

128. " Charles Griffin, 

129. " Romeyn B. Ayres, 

130. " Richard Arnold, 

131. " Adelbert Ames, 

132. " Emory Upton, 

133. Colonel Robert C. Buchanan, 

134. Captain Joseph A. Mower, 

135. Lt.-Col. Sam'l W. Crawford, 
1.36. Major John C. Robinson, 

137. Colonel William Hoffman, 

138. Lieut.-Col. Frederick Steele, 

139. Major Cuvier Grover, 

140. " George Crook, 

141. Capt. Alex. MoD. McCook, 

142. Colonel Silas Casey, 

143. " Daniel Butterfield, 

144. Lieut.-Colonel George Sykes, 

145. Capt. Alfred T. A. Torbert, 

146. Major David A. Russell, 



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GENERAL OFFICERS. 



251 



186.' 



March 2, 1867. 



147. Captain William B. Hazen, 8th Regt. of Inf'y, U. S. A., from March 13, 

148. CoIonelJohn H. King, 9th " " " 

149. Captain Samuel S. Carroll, 10th " " " 

150. Colonel Wm. S. Ketchum, 11th " " " 

151. Lt. -Col. Rob'tS. Granger, 11th " " " 

152. Captain Alex. S. Webb, 11th " 

153. Colonel Wm. B. Franklin, 12th " " " 

154. Col. Christopher C. Augur, 12th " " " 

155. Major Wm. P. Carlin, 16th " " " 

156. Colonel S. P. Heintzelman, 17th " 

157. Lt.-Col. Abner Doubleday, 17th " " " 

158. Major Chas. R. Woods, 18th " 

159. Captain Francis Fessenden, 19th " " " 

160. ColonelJoseph J. Reynolds, 26th " " " 

161. " John E. Smith, 27th " 

162. " Charles H. Smith, 28th " 

163. " Orlando B. Willcox, 28th " " " 

164. Col. Galusha Pennypacker, 34th " " " 

165. Colonel Nelson A. Miles. 40th " " " 

166. " Daniel E. Sickles, 42d " " " 

167. " Wager Swayne, 45th " " " 

Major-Generals U. S. Volunteers. 

Full na7ik.—12S. 

168. John A. Dix, of New York, from May 16, 1861 ; resigned Nov. 30, 1865. 

169. Nathaniel P. Banks, of Massachusetts, from May 16, 1861 ; mustered out 

Aug. 24, 1865. 

170. Benjamin F. Butler, of Massachusetts, from May 16, 1861 ; resigned Nov. 30, 

1865. 

171. Brig. -General David Hunter, U. S. Vols., from Aug. 13, 1861 ; mustered out 

Jan. 15. 1S63. 

172. Edwin D. Morgan, of New York, from Sept. 28, 1861 ; resigned Jan. 1, 1863. 

173. Ethan A. Hitchcock, of Missouri, from Feb. 10, 1862; mustered out Oct. 1, 

1867. 

174. Brig. -General Ulysses S. Grant. U. S. Vols., from Feb. 16, 1862 ; promoted 

Major-General U. S. A., July 4, 1863. 

175. Brig. -General Irvin McDowell, U. S. A., from March 14, 1862; mustered out 

Sept. 1, 1866. 

176. Brig.-General Ambrose E. Burnside, U. S. Vols., from March 18, 1862 ; re- 

signed Api-il 15. 1865. 

177. Brig.-General William S. Rosecrans, U. S. A., fi'om March 21, 1862; mus- 

tered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

178. Brig.-General Don Carlos Buell, U. S. Vols., from March 21, 1862 ; mustered 

out May 23, 1864. 

179. Brig.-General John Pope, TJ. S. Vols., from March 21, 1862; mustered out 

Sept. 1, 1866. 

180. Brig.-General Samuel R. Curtis, TJ. S. Vols., from March 21, 1862 ; mustered 

out April 30, 1866. 

181. Brig.-General Franz Sigel, TJ. S. Vols., from March 21, 1802 ; resigned May 

4, 1865. 



252 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

182. Brig. -General John A. McClernand, U. S. Vols., from March 21, 1S62; re- 

signed Xov. aO, 1864. 

183. Brig.-General Charles F. Smith. U. S. Vols., from March 21, 1862; died April 

25, 1862. 

184. Brig. General Lewis Wallace, U. S. Vols., from March 21, 1862; resigned 

Nov. 30, 1865. 

185. Brig.-General Ormsby M. Mitchell, U. S, Vols., from April 11, 1862; died 

Oct. 3U, 1862. 

186. Cassius M. Clay, of Kentucky, from April 11, 1862 ; resigned March 11, 1863. 

187. Brig.-General George H. Thomas, U. S. Vols., from April 25, 1862 ; promoted 

Major-General U. S. A. Dec. 15, 1864. 

188. George C. Cadwalader, of Pennsylvania, from April 25, 1862; resigned July 

5, 1865 ; Major-General of State Volunteers or Militia. 

189. Brig.-General Wra. T. Sherman, U. S. Vols., from May 1, 1862; promote«f 

Major-General U. S. A. Aug. 12, 1864 

190. Brig.-General Edward 0. C. Ord, U. S. Vols., from May 2, 1863 ; mustered out 

Sept. 1, 1860. 

191. Brig.-General Edwin V. Sumner, U. S. A., from July 4, 1862 ; died March 21, 

1863. 

192. Brig.-General Samuel P. Heintzelman, U. S. Vols., from May 5, 1862; mus- 

tered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

193. Brig.-General Erasmus D. Keyes, U. S. Vols., from May 5, 1862; resigned 

May 6, 1864. 

194. Brig.-General Joseph Hooker, U. S. Vols., from May 5, 1862; mustered out 

Sept. 1, 1866. 

195. Brig.-General Silas Casey, TJ. S. Vols., from May 31, 1862 ; mustered out 

Aug. 24, 1865. 

196. Brig.-General Philip Kearney, U. S. Vols., from July 4, 1862; killed Sept. 1, 

1862. 

197. Brig.-General Fitz John Porter, IT. S. Vols., from July 4, 1862 ; out of service 

Jan. 21, 1863. 

198. Brig.-General Wm. B. Franklin, U. S. Vols., from July 4, 1S62 ; resigned 

Nov. 10, 1865. 

199. Brig.-General Darius N. Couch, U. S. Vols., from July 4, 1802 ; resigned May 

26, 1865. 

200. Brig.-General Israel B. Richardson, U. S. Vols., from July 4, 1862; died of 

wounds Nov. 3, 1862. 

201. Brig.-General Henry W. Slocum, U. S. Vols., from July 4, 1862 ; resigned 

Sept. 28, 1865. 

202. Brig.-General John J. Peck, U. S. Vols., from July 4, 1802; mustered out 

Aug. 24, 1865. 

203. Brig.-General John Sedgwick, U. S. Vols., from July 4, 1862 ; killed May 9, 

1864. 

204. Brig.-General George W. Morell, TJ. S. Vols., from July 4, 1862; expired by 

constitutional limitation March 4, 1863 

205. Brig.-General William F. Smith, U. S, Vols., from July 4, 1862 ; expired by 

constitutional limitation March 4, 1863 ; reappointed from March 9, 1864 ; 
resigned Nov. 4, 1865. 

206. Brig.-General Alex. McD. McCook, U. S. Vols., from July 17, 1S62 ; resigned 

Oct. 21, 18G5. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 253 

207. Brig.-General William Nelson, U. S. Vols., from July 17, 1862 ; died Sept. 

29, 1862. 

208. Brig.-General Thomas L. Crittenden, U. S. Vols., from July 17, 1862 ; re- 

signed December 13, 1864. 

209. Brig.-General Jos. K. F. Mansfield, U. S. A., from July 18, 1862; died of 

wounds Sept. 18, 1862. 

210. Brig.-General Isaac I. Stevens, U. S. Vols., from July 18, 1862 ; killed Sept. 

1, 1862. 

211. Brig.-General Horatio G. "Wright, U, S. Vols., from July 18, 1862 ; expired 

by constitutional limitation March 4, 1868 ; reappointed from May 12, 
1864 ; mustered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

212. Brig.-General John G. Foster, U. S. Vols., from July 18, 1862; mustered out 

Sept. 1, 1866. 

213. Brig.-General Jesse L. Eeno, U. S. Vols., from July 18, 1862 ; died of wounds 

Sept. 14, 1862. 

214. Brig. -General John G. Parke, U. S. Vols., from July 18, 1862; mustered out 

Jan. 15, 1865. 

215. Brig.-General Christopher C. Augur, TJ. S. Vols., from Aug. 9, 1862; mus- 

tered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

216. Brig.-Gcneral Robert C. Schenck, U. S. Vols., from Aug. 30, 1862 ; resigned 

Dec. 5, 1863. 

217. Brig.-General Stephen A. Hurlbut, TJ. S. Vols., from Sept. 17, 1862 ; mus- 

tered out June 20, 1865. 

218. Brig.-General Schuyler Hamilton, U. S. Vols., from Sept. 17, 1862; resigned 

Feb. 27, 1863. 

219. Brig.-General Gordon Granger, U. S. Vols., from Sept. 17, 1862; mustered 

out Jan. 15, 1866. 

220. Brig.-General Charles S. Hamilton, U. S. Vols., fi-om Sept. 18, 1862 ; resigned 

April 13, 1863. 

221. Brig.-General Jacob Dolson Cox, U. S. Vols., from Oct. 6, 1862 ; expired by 

constitutional limitation March 4, 1863 ; reappointed from Dec. 7, 1864 ; 
resigned Jan. 1, 1866. 

222. Brig.-General Lovell H. Rousseau, U. S. Vols., from Oct. 8, 1862; resigned 

Nov. 30, 1865. 

223. Brig.-General James B. McPherson, U. S. Vols., from Oct. 8, 1862 ; killed 

July 22. 1864. 

224. Brig.-General Thomas A. Morris, U. S. Volunteers, from Oct. 25, 1862 ; 

declined. 

225. Brig.-General Benjamin M. Prentiss, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; 

resigned Oct. 8. 1863, 

226. Brig.-General George Stoneman, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; mus- 

tered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

227. Brig.-General John F. Reynolds, IJ. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862; killed 

July 1, 1863. 

228. Brig.-General George G. Meade, TJ. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862; pro- 

moted Major-General TJ. S. A., Aug. 18, 1864. 

229. Brig.-General Oliver O. Howard, TJ, S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; mus- 

tered out Jan. 1, 1869. 

230. Brig.-General Daniel E. Sickles, TJ. S, Voluni;eers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; mus- 

tered out Jan. 1, 1868. 



254 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

231. Brig.-General Robert H. Milroy, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; re- 

signed July 26, 1865. 

232. Brig.-General Daniel Butterfield, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862; 

mustered out Aug. 24, 1S65. 

233. Brig.-General Winfield S. Hancock, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; 

promoted Major-General U. S. A., June 26, 1866. 

234. Brig.-General George Sykes, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; mustered 

out Jan. 15, 1866. 

235. Brig.-General William H. French, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862; 

mustered out May 6, 1864. 

236. Brig.-General Da\T[d S. Stanley, TJ. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; mus- 

tered out Feb. 1, 1866. 

237. Brig.-General James S. Negley, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; re- 

signed Jan. 19, 1865. 

238. Brig.-General John M. Palmer, XJ. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; resigned 

Sept. 1, 1866. 

239. Brig.-General Frederick Steele, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862; mus- 

tered out March 1, 1867. 

240. Brig.-General Abner Doubleday, T. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862; 

mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

241. Brig.-General Napoleon J. T. Dana, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; 

resigned May 27, 1865. 

242. Brig.-Gen. Hiram G. Berry, U.S. Vols., from Nov. 29, 1862 ; killed May 2, 1863. 

243. Brig.-General Richard J. Oglosby, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; re- 

signed May 26, 1864. 

244. Brig.-Genera! John A. Logan, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; resigned 

Aug. 17, 1865. 

245. Brig.-General James G. Blunt, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862; mus- 

tered out July 29, 1865. 

246. Brig.-General George L. HartsufE, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862; 

mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

247. Brig.-General Cadwalader C. "Washburn, TJ. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 

1862 ; resigned May 25, 1865. 

248. Brig.-General Francis J. Herron, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862; re- 

signed June 7, 1865. 

249. Brig.-General Frank P. Blair, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; resigned 

Nov. 1, 1865. 

250. Brig.-General Joseph J. Reynolds, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; 

mastered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

251. Brig.-General Philip H. Sheridan, U. S. Volunteers, from Dec. 31, 1862 ; 

promoted Major-General U. S. A. Nov. 8. 1864. 

252. Brig -General John M. Schofield, U. S, Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862; ex- 

pired by constitutional limitation March 4, 1863 ; reappointed from Nov. 
29, 1862 ; mustered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

253. Brig.-General N. B. Buford, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; commis- 
' sion expired March 4, 1863. 

254. Brig.-General Julius H. Stahel, U. S. Volunteers, from March 14, 1863 ; re- 

signed Feb. 8, 1865. 

255. Brig.-General Carl Schurz, U. S. Volunteers, from March 14, 1863; resigned 

May 6, 1865. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 255 

256. Brig- General John Newton, U. S. Volunteers, from March 30, 1863; com- 

mission expired April 18, 1864. 

257. Brig. -General Amiel W. Whipple, U. S. Volunteers, from May 3, 1863 ; died 

of wounds May 7, 1863. 

258. Brig.-General Gouverueur K. Warren, U. S. Volunteers, from May 3, 1863 ; 

resigned May 27, 1865. 

259. Brig.-General David D. Birney, U. S. Volunteers, from May 23, 1863 ; died 

Oct. 18, 1864. 

260. Brig.-General Wm. T. H. Brooks, TT. S. Volunteers, from June 10, 1863 ; 

commission expired April 18, 1864. 

261. Brig.-General Alfred Pieasonton, U. S. Volunteers, from June 22, 1863 ; 

mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

262. Brig.-General John Buford, U. S. Volunteers, from July 1, 1863 ; died Dec. 

16, 1863. 

263. Brig.-General Andrew A. Humphreys, U. S. Volunteers, from July 8, 1863 ; 

mustered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

264. Brig.-General Quincy A. Gilmore, U. S. Volunteers, from July 10, 1863 ; re- 

signed Dec. 5, 1865. 

265. Brig.-General George C. Strong, U. S. Volunteers, from July 18, 1863 ; died 

of wounds July 30, 1863. 

266. Brig.-General James A. Garfield, U. S. Volunteers, from Sept. 19, 1863 ; re- 

signed Dec. 5, 1863. 

267. Brig.-General James B. Steedman, U. S. Volunteers, from April 20, 1864; 

resigned Aug. 18, 1866. 

268. Brig.-General Edward R. S. Canby, U. S. Volunteers, from May 7, 1864 ; mus- 

tered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

269. Brig.-General Andrew J. Smith, U. S. Volunteers, from May 12, 1864 ; mus- 

tered out Jan. 15, 18t)6. 

270. Brig.-General Grenville M. Dodge, U. S. Volunteers, from June 7, 1864 ; 

resigned May 30, 1866. 

271. Brig.-General John Gibbon, U. S. Volunteers, from June 7, 1864 ; mustered 

oitt Jan. 15, 1866. 

272. Brig.-General Peter J. Osterhaus, U. S. Volunteers, from July 23, 1864; mus- 

tered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

273. Brig.-General Joseph A. Mower, U. S. Volunteers, from Aug. 12, 1864 ; mus- 

tered out Feb. 1, 1866. 

274. Brig.-General George Crook, U. S. Volunteers, from October 21, 1864 ; mus- 

tered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

275. Brig.-General Godfrey Weitzel, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 17, 1864 ; mus- 

tered out March 1, 1866. 

276. Brig.-General William B. Hazen, U. S. Volunteers, from Dec. 13, 1864; 

mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

277. Brig.-General Alfred fl. Terry, U. S. Volunteers, from Jan. 15, 1865 ; mus- 

tered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

278. Brig.-General Thomas J. Wood, U. S. Volunteers, from Jan. 27, 1865; 

mustered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

279. Brig.-General Wesley Merritt, U. S. Volunteers, from April 1, 1865 ; mustered 

out Feb 1, 1866. 

280. Brig.-General Charles Griffin, U. S. Volunteers, from April 2, 1865 ; mustered 

out Jan. 15, 1866. 



256 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

281. Brig.-General G-corge A. Custer, U. S. Vols., from April 15, 1S63 ; mustered 

out Feb. 1, 1866. 

282. Brig.-General Henry E. Da vies, U. S. Volunteers, from May 4, 1865 ; re- 

signed Jan. 1, 1866. 

283. Brig.-General James H. Wilson, U. S. Volunteers, from May 6, 1865 ; mus- 

tered out Jan. 8, 1866. 

284. Brig.-General Francis C. Barlow, U. S. Volunteers, from May 25, 1865 ; re- 

signed Nov. 16, 1865. 

285. Brig.-General Gershara Mott, U. S. Volunteers, from May 26, 1865 ; resigned 

Feb. 20, 18(56. 

286. Brig.-General Benjamin H. Grierson, TJ. S. Volunteers, from May 27, 1865 ; 

mustered out April 30, 1860. 

287. Brig.-General Judson Kilpatrick, U. S. Volunteers, from June 18, 1865 ; re- 

signed Jan. 1, 1866. 

288. Brig.-General Wager Swayne, U. S. Volunteers, from June 20, 1865 ; mus- 

tered out Aug. 22, 1867. 

289. Brig.-General M. D. Leggett, U. S. Volunteers, from Aug. 21, 1865 ; resigned 

Sept. 28, 1865. 

290. Brig.-General Wm. H. Emory, U. S. Volunteers, from Sept. 25, 1865 ; mus- 

tered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

291. Brig.-General Robert B. Potter, U. S. Volunteers, from Sept. 29, 1865 ; mus- 

tered out January 15. 1806. 

292. Brig.-General Nelson A. Miles, U. S. Volunteers, from Oct. 21, 1805 ; mustered 

out Sept. 1, 1806. 

293. Brig.-General Alvan C. Gillem, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 9, 1805 ; mus- 

tered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

294. Brig.-General Francis Fessenden, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 9, 1865 ; mus- 

tered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

295. Brig.-General Giles A. Smith, D. S. Volunteers, from Nov. 24, 1865 ; mus- 

tered out Feb. 1, 1866. 

By Brevet.— 2SS. 

290. Brig.-General S. K. Zook, U. S. Volunteers from July 2, 1864. 

297. *' Jas. S. Wadsworth, " " May 6, " 

298. " John C. Robinson. " " June 27, " 

299. " Henry J. Hunt, " " July 6, " 

300. " James B. Ricketts, " " Aug. 1. " 

301. " Robert O. Tyler, " " " 1, " 

302 " Joseph J. Bartlett, " " " 1, " 

303. " John R. Brooke, " " " 1, " 

304. " Orlando B. Willcox, " " " 1, " 

305. " S.W.Crawford, " " " 1, " 

306. " Geo. W.Getty, " " " 1, " 

307. " Romeyn B. Ayres, " " " 1, " 

SOS. " D. McM. Gregg, " " " 1, " 

309. " Alex. S. Webb, " " " 1, " 

310. " Jefferson C. Davis, " " " 8, •' 

311. •' L. Cutler, " " " 19, " 

312. " T. E. S. Ransom, " " Sept. 1, " 

313. " William F. Barry, " " " 1, " 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



257 



314. 


Brig.-General Absalom Baird, U. S. Volunteers 


from Sept. 1, 


315. 




Alfred T. A. Torbert, ' 


.... " " 9, 


316. 




David A. Russell, 


.... " " 19, 


317. 




John W. Turner, " 


.... " Oct. 1, 


318. 




John M. Corse, " 


.... " " 5, 


319. 




Cuvier Grover, " 


.... " " 19, 


320. 




Frank Wheaton, " 


.... " " 19, 


321. 




Lewis A. Grant, " 


.... " " 19, 


322. 




Emory Upton, " 


.... " " 19, 


323. 




Tliomas W. Egan, " 


.... " " 27, 


324. 




George J. Stannard, " 


.... " " 28, 


325. 




August V. Kautz, " 


.... " " 28, 


326. 




Charles R. Woods, 


.... " Nov. 22, 


327. 




Thomas H. Ruger, 


.... " " 30, 


328. 




Emerson Opdyke, " 


. .. " " ;;0, 


329. 




Edward Eerrero, " 


.... " Dec. 2, 


330. 




John Mc Arthur, " 


.... " " 15, 


331. 




Edward Hatch, " 


.... " " 15. 


332. 




Kenner Garrard, ' " 


.... " " 15, 


333. 




Richard W. Johnson, " 


.... " " 16, 


334. 




A.S.Williams, " 


.... " Jan. 12, 


335. 




Rufus Saxton, " .... 


.... " " 12, 


336. 




John W. Geary, " 


.... " " 12, 


337. 




John E. Smith, 


.... " " 12, 


338. 




Adalbert Ames, " 


.... " " 15, 


339. 




Charles J. Paine, '• 


.... " " 15, 


340. 




John M. Brannon, " .... 


.... " " 23, 


341. 




Nathan Kimball, " 


.... " Feb. 1, 


342. 




John B. Sanborn, " 


.... " " 10, 


343. 




William T. Ward, 


.... " " 24, 


344. 




John A. Rawlins, " 


.... " " 24, 


345. 




H. W. Birge, 


.... " " 25, 


346. 




Charles Cruft, " 


" March 5, 


347. 




, James W. McMillan, " 


.... " " 5, 


348. 




Alfred Sully, " 


... " " 8, 


349. 




C. C. Andrews, " 


... " " 9, 


350. 




Eugene A. Carr, " 


... " " 11, 


351. 




Daniel H. Rucker, " 


... " " 13, 


352. 




Frederick Salomon, " . . . . 


" " 


353. 




Thos. W. Sherman, " 


u u 


354. 




Innis N. Palmer. " 


... " " 


355. 




John P. Hatch, " 


" " 


356. 




John W. Davidson, " 


" " 


357. 




Marsena R. Patrick, " 


u u 


358. 




Truman Seymour, " 


... "■ " 


359. 




George S. Greene, " 


" " 


360. 




Samuel P. Carter, " 


... " " 


361. 




Wash'ton L. Elliott, " 


(( t( 


362. 




N. J. Jackson, " 


... " " 


36a 




Robert S. Granger, " 


... " " 



1864. 



1865. 



258 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



364. Brjg.-General M. K. Lawler, U. £ 


S65. 


" Charles K. Graham, 


366. 


" Samuel Beatty, 


367. 


" Joseph D. Webster, 


S63. 


" Edward E. Potter, 


309. 


" Hugh Ewing, 


370. 


" Joseph B. Carr, 


371. 


" Robert Allen, 


372. 


" Rufus Ingalls, 


373. 


" Walter C.Whitacker, 


374. 


" Manning F. Force, 


375. 


" John W. Fuller, 


376. 


John F. Miller, 


877. 


Edward M. McCook, 


378. 


" Samuel S. Carroll, 


379. 


" Joseph Hayes, 


380. 


" Geo. H. Chapman, 


S81. 


" Joseph A. Cooper, 


382. 


" Charles C. Walcut, 


383. 


Wm. W. Belknap, 


384. 


" Thomas C. Uevin, 


385. 


" Eli Long, 


386. 


Alfred Gibbs, 


387. 


N. Martin Curtis, 


388. 


" Alexander Asboth, 


3b9. 


" John R. Kenly, 


390. 


" James Barnes, 


391. 


" William F. Bartlett, 


392. 


" Henry A. Barnum, 


393. 


" George L. Beal, 


394. 


" Henry W. Benham, 


395. 


" William Birney, 


396. 


" James Bowen, 


397. 


" Mason Bray man, 


398. 


" James S. Brisbin, 


399. 


" R. P. Buckland, 


400. 


" Robert A. Cameron, 


401. 


" James H. Carleton, 


402. 


" Morgan H. Chrysler, 


403. 


" Patrick E. Connor, 


404. 


" Abrara Duryea, 


405. 


" Isaac H. Dewall, 


406. 


" Thomas Ewing, Jr., 


407. 


" Jas. D. Fessenden, 


408. 


" Clinton B. Fisk, 


409. 


" Alvan C. Gillem, 


410. 


" Walter Q. Gresham, 


411. 


" Cyrus Hamlin, 


412. 


" Rutherf'd B. Hayes, 


413. 


Edward W. Hinks, 



Volunteers from March 13, 1865, 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



259 



414. 


Brig.-General Benjamin F. Kelly, 1 


415. 


" John H. Ketchum, 


416. 


" Jacob G. Lanman, 


417. 


" John H. Martindale, 


418. 


" John B. Mcintosh, 


419. 


" Thos. J. McKean, 


4-20. 


" Thos. H. Neill, 


421. 


" John Newton, 


422. 


" John M. Oliver, 


42-'3. 


" Galusha Pennypacker, 


424. 


" Byron R. Pierce, 


425. 


B. F. Potts, 


426. 


" William H. Powell, 


427. 


" Elliot W. PJce, 


428. 


" Benjamin S. Roberts, 


429. 


" James S. Robinson, 


4.-0. 


" James R. Slack, 


451. 


" Green Clay Smith, 


432. 


" Thomas Kelby Smith, 


433. 


" J. W. Sprague, 


434. 


" John D. Stevenson, 


435. 


" John M. Thayer, 


436. 


William B. Tibbitts, 


437. 


" Davis Tillson, 


438. 


" Erastus B. Tyler, 


439. 


Daniel Ullman, 


440. 


" Stewart Van Vliet, 


441.' 


Julius White, 


442. 


" Seth Williams, 


443. 


Wm. B. Woods, 


444. 


" Joseph Bailey, 


445. 


" Cyrus Bussey, 


446. 


" Thomas L. Kane, 


447. 


John G. Mitchell, 


448. 


" Wm. H. Morris, 


449. 


" Halbert E. Paine, 


450. 


" Henry G. Thomas, 


451. 


" Napoleon B. Buford, 


452. 


" Charles E. Hovey, 


453. 


" Hector Tyndale, 


454. 


" Horatio P. Van Cleve, 


455. 


" James A. Williamson, 


456. 


" James D. Morgan, 


457. 


Wm. P. Carlin, 


458. 


" John F. Hartranft, 


459. 


" James C. Veatch, 


460. 


" Wm. P. Benton, 


461. 


" Geo. L. Andrews, 


4^2. 


" Thos. J. Lucas, 


463. 


" James J. Gilbert, 



TJ. S. Vobmtecrs from March 13, 1865. 



March 19, 
19, 
25, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 



1S65. 



260 STATISTICAL RECORD. 



404. 


Prig.-General Joshua L. Chamberlain, 


n. S. Volunteers, 


from March 29, 1SG5. 


405. 


" 


Robert S. Foster, 


" 


" " 


31, " 


4()6. 


" 


Ronald S. Mackenzie, 


" 


il. u 


31, " 


407. 


" 


Henry Baxter, 


" 


" April 


1, " 


408. 


i( 


S. G. Griffin, 


(( 


" " 


2, " 


409. 


" 


Tbos. 0. Osborn, 


'« 


(1 u 


2, " 


4T0. 


" 


T. M. Harris, 


(( 


»i u 


2, " 


471. 


" 


Chas. Devens, 


It 


" " 


3, " 


472. 


(( 


Oliver Edwards, 


" 


11 a 


5, " 


473. 


" 


Joseph E. Hamblin, 


" 


il u 


5, " 


474. 


" 


Thomas A. Smyth, 


" 


U 4C 


7, " 


475. 


" 


George H. Gordon, 


" 


" " 


9, " 


476. 


" 


Philip R. Do Trobriand, 


" 


u u 


9, " 


477. 


" 


Wm. A. Pile, 


" 


" " 


9, " 


478. 


♦' 


John McNeil, 


n 


" " 


12, " 


479. 


" 


Elias S. Dennis, 


« 


" " 


13, " 


480. 


" 


John T. Croxton, 


" 


It n 


27, " 


481. 


(1 


Lewis B. Parsons, 


" 


" " 


30, " 


482. 


(( 


Alex. Hays, 


" 


" May 


5, " 


483. 


(t 


Orris S. Ferry, 


" 


(( u 


2% " 


484. 


" 


John H. King, 


it 


" " 


31, " 


485. 


(t 


"Wm, Vandever, 


u 


" June 


7. " 


486. 


(( 


Zealous B. Tower, 


" 


u u 


12, " 


487. 


" 


Chas. C. Doolittle, 


" 


" " 


13, " 


488. 


(( 


Aug. L. Chetlain, 


" 


11 u 


18, " 


489. 


" 


John P. Hawkins, 


" 


" " 


30, " 


490. 


'• 


Thomas A. Davies, 


" 


" July 


11, " 


491. 


» 


Albion P. Howe, 


l( 


" " 


13, " 


492. 


" 


Alex. Shaler, 


" 


" " 


27 " 


493. 


" 


Adin B. Underwood, 


" 


" Aug. 


isl " 


494. 


(( 


Salomon Meredith, 


" 


" " 


14, •' 


495. 


" 


Wm. Grose, 


" 


" " 


l.'i, " 


496. 


" 


John C. Caldwell, 


li 


" " 


19, " 


497. 


«« 


Richard Arnold, 


ii 


" " 


22, " 


498. 


" 


John Cook, 


" 


" " 


24, " 


499. 


" 


Fitz Henry Warren, 


" 


a u 


24, " 


500. 


" 


Joseph R. Hawley, 


" 


" Sept. 


28, " 


501. 


" 


August Willich, 


«' 


" Oct. 


21. " 


502. 


" 


Wm. T. Clark, 


" 


" Nov. 


21, '^ 


503. 


" 


Richard H. Jackson, 


" 


" " 


24. " 


504. 


" 


Henry H. Sibley, 


" 


" " 


29, " 


505. 


" 


R. K. Scott, 


" 


" Dec. 


5, " 


500. 


«i 


Jos. R. West, 


(( 


" Jan. 


4, 1866. 


507.. 


Colonel Cyrus B. Comstock, Additional Aide-de-Camp . . 


" March 26, 1805. 


508. 


" Daniel C. McCallum, " 


" 


" " 


13, " 


509. 


Lieut.- Col. 


J. Buruham Kingsman, Additional Aide-de 








Camp 






(( ti 


13, " 


510. 


Major Wm 


. H. Ludlow, Additional Aide-de Camp 


" 


13, " 


511. 


Lieut.-Col. 


Martin T. McMahon, Asst. 


Ad jutant-Gen. . . 


" " 


13, " 


512. 


" 


Chas. G. Loring, Asst. Inspector-Geneial . . 


. " July 


17, " 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



261 



513. 

514. 
515. 
.510. 
517. 
518. 
519. 
520. 
521. 
522. 
523. 
524. 
525. 
526. 
527. 
528. 
529. 
530. 
531. 
532. 
533. 
534. 
535. 
530. 
537. 
538. 
539. 
540. 
541. 
5 12. 
543. 
544. 
545. 
546. 
547. 
548. 
549. 
550. 
551. 
552. 
553. 
554. 
555. 
550. 
557. 
558. 
559, 
500. 
501, 



Colonel James L. Donaldson, Chief Quartermaster De- 
partment of Cumberland 

Colonel Charles H. Smith, 1st Maine Cavalry Vols 

" Daniel Chaplin, 1st " Heavy Art. Vols. . . 
" H. M. Plaisted, 11th " Infantry " .. 

" Geo. H. Nye, 20th " " " .. 

" Wm. Wells, 1st Vermont Cavalry " .. 

Geo. A. Macy, 20th Mass. Infantry " . . 
" Oliver P. Gooding, .Slst " " " .. 

" Henry L, Abbott, 1st Conn. Heavy Art. " .. 



Cavalry Vols 

Artillery Vols 



Vet. Inf. Vols. . 
Infantry Vols. . 



" James J. Byrne, 18th N 

" John C. Tidball, 4th 

" ElishaG. Marshal], 14th 

" Fred'k Winthrop, 5th 

" James McQuade, I4th 

" Benj. F. Baker, 43d " " .. 

" John H. Gleeson, 63d " " 

" Nelson Cross, 67th " " 

" Adrian R. Root, 94th " " 

Lieut.-Col. Robert Avery, 102d " " 

Colonel Lewis T. Barney, 106th «' " 

" Charles J. Powers, 108th " " 

" Isaac S. Catlin, 109th " " 

'• George H. Sharpe, 120th " " 

" James Wood, Jr., 136th " " 

" James Jourdan, 15Sth " " 

" E. L. Molineux, 159th " " 

" James P. Mclvor, 170th " " 

" Lewis M. Peck, 173a " " 

" John Ramsay, 8th N. J. '' 

" Robert McAllister, 11th " " 

" Geo. W. Mindil, 3.3d 

" Wm. J. Sewell, 38th " 

" John I. Gregg, 6th Penn. Cavalry Vols 

" Richard Coulter, 11th " Vet. Inf. Vols. . . 

" Edgar M. Gregory, 91st Penn. Infantry Vols. . 

" Henry R. Guss, 97th '' " 

" Chas. H. T. CoUis, 114th " " . . 

" St. Clair Mulholland, 116th Penn. Infantry Vols, 

" James Gwyn, 118th " " 

" Henry J. Madill, 141st " " 

" A. L. Pearson, 155th " " 

" Horatio G. Sickel, 198th " 

" A. W. Dennison, 8th Maryland Inf. Vols. . . 

" Henry Capehart, 1st W. Va. Cavalry Vols. . 

" Nicholas L. Anderson, 6th Ohio Inf. Vols. . . 

" Alvin C. Voris, 67th " " 

" Marshall F. Moore, 69th " " 

" W. L. McMillan, 95th " " 

" J. Warren Keifer, 110th " " 



from June 20, 1805. 

" March 13, " 
" Aug. 17, 1864. 
" March 13, 1805- 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

" April 9, " 

" March 13, " 

" 13, " 

" April 2, " 

" March 13, " 

" April 1, " 

" March 13, " 

'• 13, " 

u 13^ u 

" 13, " 

u ;i3^ u 

u 13^ c; 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

u u 13^ u 

, " " 13, " 

" 13, " 

" " 13^ " 

'• 13, " 

u u 13^ IC 

l.j, 

" 13, " 

. " " 13, " 

. " April 6, " 

. " Aug. 9, 1866. 

•' March 13, 1865. 

" 13, " 

, " " 13, " 

" April 1, " 

" March 13, " 

" May 1, " 

" March 13, " 

. " " 31, " 

. " June 17, " 

. " March 13, " 

. " Nov. 15, " 

. " March 13, " 

. " " 1.3, " 

. " April 9, " 



262 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

562. Colonel Clias. W. Hill, 128th Ohio Inf. Vols. . , .from March 1-3, 1S65. 

563. " Willard Warner, ISOth *' " .... " " 13, " 

564. " Henry B. Banning, 195th " " .... " "' 13, " 

565. " R. H. G. Minty, 4th Mich. Cavalry Vols., " " 13, " 

566. " Russell A. Alger, 5th *' " " June 11, '' 

567. " Luther S. Trowbridge, lUth " " " March 1-3, " 

568. " Wm. L. Stonghton, 11th " Inf. Vols " " 13, '^ 

569. " Henry A. Morrow, 2lth " " " " 10, " 

570. " John P. C. Shanks, 7th Indiana Inf. Vols. . " " 13, " 

571. " Henry D. Washburn, 18th " " .. " July 26, " 

572. " Benjamin J. Spooner, 51fet " " .. " March 13, " 

573. " Edwin S. McCook, 31st Illinois " .. " " 13, " 

574. •' Benj. Dornblazer, 4fith •' " .. " " 13, " 

575. " Smith D. Atkins, 92d " " .. " " 13, " 

576. " Herman H. Heath, 7th Iowa Cavalry Vols.. " " 13, " 

577. " John Ely, 26th Regt. Vet. Reserve Corps, " April 15, " 

578. Lt.-Col. Benj, P. Runkle, 26th " " " Nov. 9, '* 
.579. Col. Henry E. Maynadier, 5th U. S. Volunteer Infantry, " March 13, " 
.580. Colonel George W. Cole, 2d " Colored Cavalry, " " 13, " 

581. " H.W.Barry, 8th " " Heavy Art., " " 1.3, " 

582. " Sam'l A. Duncan, 4th " " Infantry... " " 13, " 

583. " Jos. B. Kiddoo, 22d " " "... " Sept. 4, " 

Brigadier-Creiierals U. S. Army. 

Full Rank.—S6. 

584. John E. Wool, from June 25, 1841 ; promoted Major-General May 16, 1802. 

585. William S. Harney, from June 14, 1858 ; retired Aug. 1, 1863. 

586. Edwin V. Sumner, Colonel 1st U. S. Cavalry, from March 16, 1S61 ; died 

March 21, 1863. 

587. Joseph K. F. Mansfield, Colonel and Brevet Brig.-General, Inspector-General, 

from May 14, 1861 ; died of wounds Sept. 18, 1862. 

588. Irvin McDowell, Brevet Major and Asst. Adjutant- General, from May 14, 

1861. 

589. Robert Anderson, Major 1st U. S. Artillery, from May 15, 1861 ; retired Oct. 

27, 1863. 

590. Montgomery C. Meigs, Colonel 11th U. S. Infantry, as Quartermaster- Gene- 

ral, from May 15, 1861. 

591. William S, Rosecrans, from May 16, 1861 ; resigned March 28, 1867. 

592. Lorenzo Thomas, Colonel and Adjutant-General, as Adjutant- General, from 

Aug. 3, 1861. 

593. James W. Ripley, Lieut. -Colonel of Ordnance, as Chief of Ordnance Depart- 

ment, from Aug. 3, 1861 ; retired Sept. 15, 1863. 

594. Philip St. G. Cook, Colonel 2d U. S. Cavalry, from Nov. 12, 1861. 

595. WilUam A. Hammond, Asst. Surgeon U. S. A., as Surgeon- General, from 

April 25, 1862 ; out of service Aug. 18, 1864 . and retired Aug. 27, 1879. 

596. John Pope, Captain Corps Top. Engs., Major-General of Volunteers, from 

July 14, 1862. 

597. Joseph Hooker, Major-General of Volunteers, from Sept. 20, 1862. 

598. Joseph P. Taylor, Colonel and Commissary-General, as Commissary-General 

of Subsistence, from Feb. 9, 1S63 ; died June 2a, 1864. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 263 

599. Joseph G. Totten, Colonel Corps of Engineers, as Chief of Corps of Engineers, 

from March 3, 1863 ; died April 22, 1864. 
GOO. George G. Meade, Major Corps of Engineers, Major-General of Volunteers, 

from July 3, 1863 ; promoted Major-General Aug. 18, 1864. 

601. William T. Sherman, Colonel 13th U. S. Infantry, Major-General of Volun- 

teers, from July 4, 1863 ; promoted Major-General Aug. 14, 1864. 

602. James B. McPherson, Captain Corps of Engineers, Major-General of Volun- 

teers, from Aug. 1, 18(i3 ; killed July 2:J, 1864. 

603. George D. Ramsey, Colonel Ordnance Department, as Chief of Ordnance 

Department, from Sept. 15, 1863; retired Sept. 12, 1864. 

604. George H. Thomas, Colonel 5th U. S. Cavalry, Major General of Volun- 

teers, from Oct. 27, 1863 ; promoted Major-General Dec. 15, 1864. 

605. James B. Fry, Major and Asst. Adjutant- General U. S. A., as Provost Mar- 

shal-General, from April 21, 1864 ; commission expired Aug. 2T, 1866. 

606. Richard Delafield, Colonel Corps of Engineers, as Chief of Corps of Engineers, 

from April 22, 1864. 

607. Joseph Holt, Colonel and Judge Advocate-General, as Judge Advocate-Gen- 

eral, from June 22, 1864. 

608. Amos B. Eaton, Colonel and Asst. Commissary-General, as Commissary- 

General of Subsistence, from June 29, 1864. 

609. Winfield S. Hancock, Major and Quartermaster U. S. A., Major-General of 

Volunteers, from Aug. 12, 1864 ; promoted Major-General July 26, 1866. 

610. Joseph K. Barnes, Colonel and Medical Inspector, as Surgeon-General, from 

Aug. 22, 1864. 

611. Alexander B. Dyer, Major Ordnance Department, as Chief of Ordnance, 

from Sept. 12. 1864. 

612. Philip H. Sheridan, Captain 13th XJ. S. Infantry, Major-General of Volun- 

teers, from Sept. 20, 1864 ; promoted Major-General Nov. 8, 1864. 

613. John M. Schofield, Captain 1st U. S, Artillery, Major-General of Volun- 

teers, from Nov. 30, 1864. 

614. Oliver O. Howard, Major-General of Volunteers, from Dec. 21, 1S64. 

615. Alfred H. Terry, Major-General of Volunteers, from Jan 15, 1865. 

616. John A. Rawlins, Brig.-General of Volunteers, as Chief of Staff, from March 

3, 1865. 

617. Edward O. C. Ord, Lieut. -Colonel 1st U. S. ArtUlery, Major-General of Vol- 

unteers, from July 26, 1866. 

618. Edward R. S. Canby, Colonel I9th TJ. S. Infantry, Major General of Volun- 

teers, from July 28, 1866. 

619. Lovell H. Rousseau, late Major General of Volunteers, from March 28, 1867. 

By Brevet.— ISl. 

620. Lt.-Col. Richard C. Drum, Asst. Adj.-Gen. U. S. A., from March 13, 1S65. 

" " " " 13, '■ 

" 13, " 

" " " 13. " 

" " " " 13, " 

" 13, " 

" " 13, » 

" '' 13, " 



621. 


(' 


John C. Kelton, 


622. 


Major 


Robert Williams, 


623. 




Chauncey McKeever, 


624. 




George D. Ruggles, 


625. 




Thomas M. Vincent, 


626. 




Samuel Breck, 


627. 




Oliver D. Greene, 


628. 




Louis H. Pelou/e, 



264 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



fi29. 
630. 
631. 
(132. 
633. 
634. 
635. 
636. 
637. 
638. 
639. 
640. 
641. 
642. 
643. 
644. 
645. 
646. 
647. 
648. 
649. 
650. 
651. 
652. 
653. 
654. 

655. 
656. 
657. 
658. 
659. 
660. 
661. 
662. 
663. 
664. 
665. 
6G6. 
6()7. 
668. 
669. 
670. 
671. 



Major Theodore S. Bowers, Asst. Adj. -Gen. U. S. A., from April 9, 1865. 
Colonel Sylvester Churchill, Inspector- General " " Feb. 23, 1847. 

Lt.-Col. Nelson H. Davis, Asst. " " " March 13, 1865. 

Major James Totten, 
Colonel Wra. McK. Dunn, 



Judge Advocate-General, 

Lt.-Col. Edwin B. Babbitt, Deputy Q'rmaster-General, 
" Osborn Cross, " '* 

" Robert E. Cleary, " " 

Major Morris S. Miller, Quartermaster U. S. A., 
" Ralph W. Kirkham, " " 

" John C. McFerran, " " 

" Frederick Myers, '' " 

" Tredwell Moore, " " 

Captain Rufus Saxton, Assistant Q'rmaster U. S. A., 
" Samuel B. Holabird, " " 

" Judson D. Bingham, " " 

" Alexander J. Perry, " " 

" William Myers, " " 

" Charles G. Sawtelle, " " 

" James J. Dana, " " 

" Benjamin C. Card, " " 

" Joseph A. Potter, " " 

" Charles H. Tompkins, " " 

" George B. Dandy, " " 

♦' James A. Ekin, " " 

Colonel Charles L. Kilburn, Asst. Commissary General 
of Subsistence 

Major Wm. W. Burns, Com'ry of Subsistence U. S. A., 
" Thomas J. Haines, " " 

♦' Michael R. Morgan, " '*' 

'• George Bell, " " 

Captain Michael P. Small, " " 

" John W. Barriger, " " 

" Thomas Wilson, " " 

Colonel Clement Finley, Surgeon-Gen. U. S. A., retired, 
" Charles H. Crane, Asst. Surgeon-Gen. U. S. A. 

Lt.-Col. Rich'd S. Satterlee, Chief Med. Purveyor " 
" Chas. McDougall, Asst. " " 

Major Robert C. Wood, Surgeon U. S. A., 
" Charles S. Trippler, " 
" Jos. J. B. Wright, " 
" John M. Cuyler, " 

" Madison Mills, " 

Colonel Nathan W. Brown, Asst. Paymaster-General, 
U. S. A 

672. Lt.-Col. Hiram Leonard, Deputy Paymaster- General, 

U.S. A 

673. " Cary H. Fry, Deputy Paymaster- Gen. U. S. A., 

674. Major Thomas J. Leslie, Paymaster U. S. A., 

675. '• Benjamin Alvord, " " 





13, 




13, 




13, 


" 


13, 


«' 


13, 




13, 




13, 


" 


13, 


" 


13, 




13, 


April 


9, 


March 13, 


April 


9, 


March 1.3, 


" 


13, 


" 


13, 


" 


13, 


" 


18, 


«' 


13, 


" 


13, 


" 


13, 


" 


13, 


u 


13, 


" 


13, 


" 


13, 



April 



Marcl 


il3, 




( 


" 


13, 


" 


u 


13, 


(( 


" 


13, 


" 


Sept. 


2, 


1864 


March 13, 


1865 


" 


13, 






" 


13, 






" 


13, 






April 


«, 






March 13, 







Oct. 15, 1S67. 

March 13, 1865. 
Oct. 15, 1867. 
Mirch 13, 1865. 
April 9, '• 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



265 



676. Major Henry Prince, Paymaster U. S. A., 

677. " Joseph H. Eaton, " " 

678. " George P. Ihrie, " " 

679. Colonel Sylvanus Thayer, Corps of Engineer?, U. S. A,, 

680. " Rene E. De Russy, " " 

681. " Hartman Bache, " " 

682. " Henry Btewerton, " " 

683. Lt.-Col. James H. Simpson, " " 

684. *• Israel C. Woodruff, " " 

685. " George Thorn, " " 

686. Major James St. Chiir Morton, " " 

687. " Barton S. Alexander, " " 

688. " Frederick E. Prime, " " 
68'.», " William P. Reynolds, " " 

690. " James C. Donane, " " 

691. " Nathaniel Michler, " " 

692. " Henry L. Abbott, " " 
6t)3. " Cyrus B. Comstock, " '' 

694. Captain Orlando M. Poe, " " 

695. " Miles D. McAllister, 

696. " Chauncey B. Reese, " " 

697. " Orville E. Babcock, " " 

698. " John G. Palfrey, " •' 
6I,>9. " Ronald S. Mackenzie, " 

700. Colonel Henry K. Craig, Ordnance Dep'tmeut U. S. A, 

701. " Wm. A. Thornton, " " 

702. " William Maynadier, " " 

703. " Robert H. K. Whiteley, " " 

704. Lt.-Col. Peter V. Hagner, •' " 

705. " Frank D. Callender, " " 

706. Major Thomas J. Rodman, " " 

707. " Charles P. Kingsbury, " " 

708. Captain Horace Porter, " " 

709. Colonel Albert J. Meyer, Chief Signal Officer " 

710. " George A. H. Blake, 1st Regt. U. S. Cav, 

711. Lieut. -Colonel Wm. N. Grier, 1st 

712. " Innis N. Pahner, 2d 

713. Major Nelson B. Sweitzer, 2d 

714. Capt.TheophilusF.Rodenbough, 2d 

715. Second Lieut. Eli S. Parker, 2d 

716. Colonel John S. Simonson, 3d 

717. Lieut.-Colonel Charles F. Ruff, 3d 

718. Major Benjamin S. Roberts, 3d 

719. " Thomas Duncan, 3d 

720. Captain Andrew J. Alexander, 3d 

721. Colonel Lawrence P. Graham, 4th 

722. Major John P. Hatch, 4th 

723. Capt. Napoleon B. McLaughlin, 4th 

724. First Lieut. Edward M. McCook, 4th 

725. Captain Wm. W. Lowe, 5th 

XIII.— 13 



from March 13, 1865. 


" 


13, " 


" " 


2, " 


" May 


31, 1863. 


" March 13, 1865. 


t( u 


13, " 


<.i u 


13, " 


41 U 


13, " 


It u 


13, " 


u u 


13, - 


" June 


17, 1864. 


" March 13, 1865. 


K U 


13, " 


It U 


13, " 


11 U 


1.3, '• 


" April 


2, " 


" March 13, " 


" " 


13, " 


" " 


13, " 


" April 


9, " 


" March 13, " 


" " 


13, " 


" " 


26, " 


U M 


13, " 


» " 


13, " 


" " 


13, " 


;( a 


13, " 


a 11 


13, " 


u j; 


13, " 1 


•' April 


9, " 


*' March 13, *' 


it 14 


13, " 


U «t 


13, « 


11 W 


13, " ; 


, " " 


13, " 


" " 


13, " 


ii (( 


13, " 


U (( 


13, " 


." " 


13, " 


« 11 


2, 1867. 


it (( 


13. 1865. 


" " 


13, " 


ii it 


13, " 


ti 44 


13, " 


" April 


16, " 


" March 13, " 


44 44 


13, " 


44 44 


13, - 


44 44 


13, " 


44 4( 


13, " 



266 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



72B. Captain Louis D. Watkins, 5th Regt. 

727. Colonel James Oakes, 6th '' 

728. Captain John I. Gregg, 6th " 

729. Lieut.-ColonelThomasC. Devin, 8th " 

730. Colonel Justin Dimick, 1st " 

731. " Israel B. Vogdes, 1st 
7-32. Lieut.-Col. Joseph A. Haskin, 1st " 

733. Captain Wm. M. Graham, 1st 

734. " Richard H. Jackson, 1st " 

735. Colonel John L. Gardner, 2d " 

736. Lieut.-Colonel Lewis G. Arnold, 2d " 

737. Major Edward G. Beckwith, 2d " 
7-38. Captain James M. Robertson, 2d " 

739. " John C. Tidball, 2d " 

740. Colonel Wm. Gates, 3d 

741. Lieut.-Colonel Martin Burke, 3d " 

742. Major G. A. De Russy, 3d " 

743. First Lieut. Martin D. Hardin, 3d " 

744. Colonel Charles S. Merchant, 4th " 

745. " Horace Brooks, 4th " 

746. Lieut.-Colonel Joseph Roberts, 4th " 

747. Captain Charles H. Morgan, 4th " 

748. First Lieut. Chas. L. Fitzhugh, 4th " 

749. Colonel Henry S. Burton, .^)th " 

750. Lieut.-Colonel Bennett H. Hill, 5th " 

751. Major Wm. Hays 5th " 

752. Colonel Carlos A. Waite, 1st " 
75.3. Lieut.-Colonel Seth Eastman, 1st " 

754. Colonel Sidney Burbank, 2d " 

755. Col. Benjamin L. B. Bonneville, 3d " 

756. Captain Wm. H. Penrose, 3d 

757. Lieut.-Col. Adam J. Slemmer, 4th " 

758. Major Frederick T. Dent, 4th " 

759. Second Lieut. Adam Badeau, 4th " 

760. Colonel Gustavus Loomis, 5th " 

761. Major Elisha G. Marshall, 5th " 

762. Colonel Washington Sea well, 6th " 

763. " Hannibal Day, 6th " 

764. " James D. Greene, 6th " 

765. Lieut.-Colonel Henry B. Clitz, 6th " 

766. Colonel John J. Abercrombie, 7th " 

767. Major Joseph R. Smith, 7th " 

768. Colonel John Garland, 8th " 
709. " Pitcairn Morrison, 8th " 

770. " Albemarle Cady, 8th " 

771. " James V. Boraford, Sth '• 

772. Major Alfred Sully, 8th " 

773. Captain James M. Warner, 8th " 
774r Colonel George Wright, 9th " 
775. Lieut.-Col. Frederick Townsond, 9th " 



U. S. Cav., from March 13, 1865. 



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GENERAL OFFICERS. 



267 



776. Colonel Edmund B. Alexander, 

777. Lieut. -Colonel Wm. H. Sidell, 

778. Colonel Erasmus D. Keyes, 

779. Major Thomas H. Neill, 

780. Captain Henry G. "Thomas, 

781. Colonel Isaac V. D. Reeves, 

782. " Gabriel B.. Paul, 

783. " Charles S. Lovell, 
78-1. Lieut.-Col. Henry D. Wallen, 

785. Major Lewis C. Hunt, 

786. Captain David B. McKibben, 

787. Colonel Fitz John Porter, 

788. " Oliver L. Shepherd, 

789. Lieut. -Col. JuhusHayden, 

790. " Samuel K. Dawson, 

791. Colonel Caleb. C. Sibley, 

792. Major Thomas G. Pitcher, 

793. " John S. Mason, 

794. Colonel Henry B. Carrington, 

795. Lieut.-Col. Henry W. Wessels, 

796. Captain James W. Forsyth, 

797. Major Joseph H. Potter, 

798. Lieut.-Col. Luther P. Bradley, 

799. " George P. Buell. 

800. Colonel John D. Stevenson, 

801. " Phil. R. De Trobriand, 

802. " ThoR. L. Crittenden, 
80.^. " Thomas H. Rnger, 

804. Lieut.-Col. John R. Brooke, 

805. '• Edward W. Hinks, 

806. " Joseph B. Kiddoo, 



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Full Rank.—m\. 



807. Colonel David Hunter, 3d TJ. S. Cavalry, from May 17, 1861 ; promoted to 

Major-General Aug. 13, 1861. 

808. Colonel Samuel P. Heintzelman, 17th U. S. Infantry, from May 17, 1801 ; 

promoted to Major-General July 4, 1862. 

809. Colonel Erasmus D. Keyes, 11th TJ. S. Infantry, from May 17, 1861 ; pro- 

moted to Major-General July 4th, 1862. 

810. Colonel Andrew Porter, 16th U. S. Infantry, fi'om May 17, 1861 ; mustered 

out April 4, 1864. 

811. Colonel Fitz John Porter, 15th U. S. Infantry, from May 17, 1861 ; promoted 

to Major-General July 4, 1862. 

812. Colonel William B. Franklin, 12th TJ. S. Infantry, from May 17, 1861 ; pro- 

moted to Major-G«neral July 4, 1862. 

813. Colonel William T. Sherman, 13th U. S. Infantry, from May 17, 1861 : pro- 

moted to Major-G«neral May 1, 1862. 



268 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

814. Colonel Charles P. Stone, 14th U. S. Infantrj^ from May 17, 1861 ; mustered 

out April 4, 1864. 

815. Lieut. -Colonel Don Carlos Buell, Assist. Adjutant-General, from May 17, 

1861 ; promoted to Major-General March 21, 1862. 

816. Lieut.-Colonel Thomas W. Sherman, 5th U. S. Artillery, from May 17, 1861 ; 

mustered out April ^0, 1866. 

817. Major James Oakes, 2d U. S. Cavalry, from May 17, 1861 ; declined. 

818. Captain Nathaniel Lyon, 2d U. S. Infantry, from May 17, 1861 ; killed in 

action Aug. 10, 1861. 

819. Captain John Pope, Topographical Engineers TJ. S. A., from May 17, 1861 ; 

promoted to Major-General March 21, 1862. 

820. George A. McCall, of Pennsylvania, from May 17, 1861 ; resigned March 31, 

1863. 

821. William R. Montgomery, of New Jer.sey, Colonel 1st New Jersey Volunteers, 

from May 17, 1861 ; resigned April 4, 1864. 

822. Philip Kearney, of New Jersey, from May 17, 1861 ; promoted to Major- 

General July 4, 1862. 

823. Joseph Hooker, of California, from May 17, 1861 ; promoted to Major-Gen- 

eral July 4, 1862. 

824. John W. Phelps, of Vermont, Colonel 1st Connecticut Volunteers, from May 

17, 1861 ; resigned Aug. 21, 1862. 

825. Ulysses S. Grant, of Illinois, Colonel 21st Illinois Volunteers, from May 17, 

1861 ; promoted to Major-General Feb. 16, 1862. 

826. Joseph J. Reynolds, of Indiana, Colonel 10th Indiana Volunteers, from May 

17, 1861 ; resigned Jan. 23, 1862 ; reappointed ; promoted Major-General 
Nov. 29, 1862. 

827. Samuel R. Curtis, of Iowa, Colonel 2d Iowa Infantry, from May 17, 1861 ; 

promoted Major-General March 21, 1862. 

828. Charles S. Hamilton, of Wisconsin, Colonel 3d Wisconsin Volunteers, from 

May 17, 1861 ; promoted Major-General Sept. 19, 1862. 

829. Darius N. Conch, of Massachusetts, Colonel 7th Massachusetts Volunteers, 

from May 17, 1861 ; promoted Major-General Jitly 4, 1862. 

830. Rufus King, of Wisconsin, Brig.-General Wisconsin State Volunteers or 

Militia, from May 17, 1861 ; resigned Oct. 20, 1863. 

831. Jacob Dolson Cox, of Ohio, Brig.-General Ohio State Volunteers or Militia, 

from May 17, 1861 ; promoted Major-General Oct. 6, 1S62 ; not confirmed ; 
promoted Major-General Dec. 7, 1864. 

832. Stephen A. Hurlbut, of Illinois, from May 17, 1861 ; promoted Major-General 

Sept. 17, 1862. 

833. Franz Sigel, of Missouri, Colonel Missouri Volunteers, from May 17, 1861 ; 

promoted Major-General March 21, 1862. 

834. Robert C. Schenck, of Ohio, from May 17, 1861 ; promoted Major-General 

Aug. 30, 1862. 
8j5. Benjamin M. Prentiss, of Illinois, Colonel 10th Illinois Volunteers, from May 

17, 1861 ; iTomoted Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 
806. Frederick W. Lander, of Massachusetts, from May 17, 1861 ; died March 2, 

1862. 
837. Edward D. Baker, of Oregon, from May 17, 1861 : declined. 
8-38. Benjamin F. Kelly, of Virginia, Colonel West Virgmia Volunteers, from May 

17, 1861 ; resigned June 1, 1865. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 269 

839. John A. McClernand, of Illinois, from May 17, 1861 ; promoted Major- General 

March 21. 1862. 

840. Alpheus S. Williams, of Michigan, from May 17, 1861 : mustered out Jan. 15, 

1866. 

841. Israel B. Richardson, of Michigan, Colonel 2d Michigan Volunteers, from 

May 17, 1861 ; promoted Major-General July 4, 1862. 

842. William Sprague, of Rhode Island, from May 17, 1861 ; declined. 

843. James Cooper, of Maryland, from May 17, 1861 ; died March 28. 1863. 

844. Captain James B. Ricketts, 1st U. S. Artillery, from July 21, 1861 ; mustered 

out April .30, 1866. 

845. Orlando B. Wilcox, of Michigan, Colonellst Michigan Volunteers, from July 

21, 1861 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

846. Michael Corcoran, of New York, Colonel 69th New York State Militia, from 

July 21, 1861 ; died Dec. 22, 1863. 

847. Ambrose E. Burnaide, of Rhode Island, Colonel Rhode Island Volunteers, 

from Aug. 6, 1861 ; promoted to Major-Geueral March 18, 1862. 

848. Henry H. Lockwood, of Delaware, Colonel 1st Delaware Volunteers, from 

Aug. 8, 1861; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

849. Louis Blenker, of Now York, Colonel 8th New Y'ork Volunteers, from Aug. 

9. 1861 ; discharged March 31, 1863. 

850. Henry W. Slocum, of New York, Colonel 27th New York Volunteers, from 

Aug. 9, 1861 ; promoted Major-General July 4, 1862. 

851. James S. Wadsworth, of New York, from Aug. 9, 1861 ; killed May 6, 1864. 

852. John J. Peck, of New Yorlc, from Aug. 9, 1861 ; promoted Major-General 

July 4, 18H2. 

853. Ormsby M. Mitchell, of New York, from Aug. 9, 1861 ; promoted Major- 

General April 11, 1862. 

854. George Morell, of New York, from Aug. 9, 1861 ; mustered out Dec. 15, 1864. 

855. John H. Martindale, of New I'^ork, from Aug. 9, ISfll ; resigned Sept. 13, 

1864. 

856. Major Samuel D. Sturgis, 4th U. S. Cavalry, from Aug. 10, 1861 ; mustered 

out Aug. 24, 1865. 

857. Major George Stoneman, IstU. S. Cavalry, from Aug. 13, 1861; promoted 

Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 

858. Major Henry W. Benham, Corps of Engineers, from Aug. 13, 1861 ; mustered 

out January 15, 1866. 

859. Captain W. F. Smith, Topographical Engineers. U. S. A., and Colonel 3d 

Vermont Volunteer Infantry, from Aug. 13, 1861 ; promoted Major-Gen- 
eral July 4, 1862. 

860. James W. Denver, of California, from Aug. 14, 1861 ; resigned March 5, 1863. 

861. Colonel George H. Thomas, 2d U. S. Cavalry, from Aug. 17, 1861 ; promoted 

Major-General April 25, 1862. 

862. Egbert L. Viele, of New York, from Aug. 17. 1861 ; resigned Oct. 20, 1863. 

863. James Shields, of California, from Aug. 19, 1861 ; resigned March 28, 1863. 

864. Lieut.-Colonel John F. Reynolds, 14th U. S. Infantry, from Aug. 20, 1861 ; 

promoted Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 

865. Major WiUiara F. Barry, 5th U. S. Infantry, from Aug. 20, 1S61 ; mu.stered 

out Jan. 15, 1866. 

866. Colonel John J. Abercrombie, 6th U. S. Infantry, from Aug. 31, 1861 ; mus- 

tered out June 24, 1864. 



270 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

867. Colonel John Sedgwick, 4th U. S. Cavalry, from Aug. 31, 1861 ; promoted 

Major-General July 4, 18b2. 

868. Lieut.-Colonel Charles F. Smith, 10th U. S. Infantry, from Aug. 31, 1861 ; 

promoted Major-General March 21, 1862. 

869. Lleut.-Colonel Silas Casey, 9th U. S. Infantry, from Aug. 31, 1861 ; promoted 

Major-General May 31, 1862. 

870. Major Lawrence P. Graham, 2dU. S. Cavalry, from Aug. 31, 1861 ; mustered 

out Aug. 24, 1865. 

871. Captain George G. Meade, Topographical Engineers, from Aug. 31, 1861; 

promoted Major-General Nov. 20, 1862. 

872. Charles J. Biddle, of Pennsylvania, Colonel loth Pennsylvania Reserves, from 

Aug. 31, 1861 ; declined. 

873. Abram Duryee, of New York, Colonel 5th New York Volunteers, from Aug. 

31, 1861 ; resigned Jan. 5, 1&63. 

874. Major Justus McKinstry, Quartermaster TJ. S. Army, from Sept. 2, 1861 ; 

commission expired July 17, 1802. 

875. Captain Alexander McD. McCook, 3d U. S. Infantry, and Colonel 1st Ohio 

Volunteer Infantry, from Sept. 3, 1861; promoted Major-General July 17, 
1802. 

876. Oliver O. Howard, of Maine, Colonel 3d Maine Volunteers, from Sept. 3, 

1861 ; promoted Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 

877. Eleazcr Paine, of Illinois, Colonel 9th Illinois Volunteers, from Sept. 3, 1801 ; 

resigned April 5, 1865. 

878. Daniel E. Sickles, of New York, Colonel 70th New York Volunteers, from 

Sept. 3, 1861 ; negatived by the Senate March 20, 1802 ; reappointed from 
Sept. 3, 1861 ; promoted Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 

879. Charles D. Jamison, of Maine, Colonel 2d Maine Volunteers, from Sept. 3, 

1861 ; died Nov. 6, 1862. 

880. Ebenezer Dumont, of Indiana, Colonel 7th Indiana Volunteers, from Sept. 3, 

1861 ; resigned Feb 28, 1863. 

881. Robert H. Milroy, of Indiana, Colonel 9th Indiana Volunteers, from Sept. 3, 

1861; promoted Major-General Nov. 29, l.'-62. 

882. Lewis Wallace, of Indiana, Colonel 11th Indiana Volunteers, from Sept. 3, 

1861 ; promoted Major-General March 21, 1862. 

883. William A. Richardson, of Illinois, from Sept. 3, 1861 ; declined. 

884. Charles M. Thurston, of Maryland, from Sept. 7, 1861 ; resigned April 17, 

1862. 

885. Willis A. Gorman, of Minnesota, Colonel Ist Minnesota Volunteers, from 

Sept. 7, 1861 ; mustered out May 4, 1864. 

886. Daniel Butterfield, of New York, Colonel 12th New York State Militia, and 

Lieut.-Colonel 12th U. S. Infantry, from Sept. 7, 1861; promoted Major- 
General Nov. 29, 1862. 

887. Major Horatio G. Wright, Corps of Engineers, from Sept. 14, 1861 ; promoted 

Major-General July IS, 1862. 

888. Captain Edward O. C. Ord, 3d U. S. Artillery, from Sept. 14, 1861 ; promoted 

Major-General May 2, 1S62. 

889. Lieut. William Nelson, U. S. Navy, from Sept. 16, 1861 ; promoted Major- 

General July 17. 1862. 

890. W. T. Ward, of Kentucky, from Sept. 18, 1861 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 

1865. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 271 

891. John B. S. Todd, of Dakota Territory, from Sept. 19, 1861 ; commission 

expired July 17, 1862. 

892. Colonel Randolph B. Marcy, Inspector-General, from Sept. 23, 1861 ; com- 

mission expired July 17, 1862 ; reappointed from Sept. 23, 1861 ; commis- 
sion expired March 4, 186;^. 

893. Major John Ct. Barnard, Corps of Engineers, from Sept. 23, 1861 ; mustered 

out Jan. 1.5, 1866. 

894. Major Innis N. Palmer, 5th U. S. Cavalry, from Sept. 23, 1861 ; mustered 

out Jan. 15, 18o6. 

895. Major Seth Williams, Asst. Adjutant-General, from Sept. 2.3, 1861 ; died 

March 23, 1866. 

896. Major Stewart Van Vliet, Quartermaster, from Sept. 23, 1861 : commission 

expired July 17, 1862; reappointed March 13, 1865; mustered out Sept. 
1, 1866. 

897. Major John Newton, Corps of Engineers, from Sept. 23, 1861 ; promoted 

Major-General March 30, 1863. 

898. Captain Winfield S. Hancock, Asst. Quartermaster, from Sept. 23, 1861 ; 

promoted Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 

899. Thomas L. Crittenden, of Kentucky, from Sept. 27, 1861 ; promoted to 

Major-General July 17, 1862. 

900. Colonel George Wright, 9th XJ. S. Infantry, from Sept. 28, 1861 ; died July 

30, 1865. 

901. Major Thomas Williams, 5th XJ. S. Artillery, from Sept. 28, 1861 ; killed 

Aug. 5, 1862. 

902. Major George Sykes, 14th U. S. Infantry, from Sept. 28, 1861 ; promoted 

Major-General Nov. 29, 18(i2. 

903. Major William W. Burns, Commissary of Subsistence, from Sept. 28, 18()1 ; 

resigned March 20, It 63. 

904. Captain William H. French, 1st U. S. Artillery, from Sept. 23, 1861 ; pro- 

moted Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 

905. Captain William T. H. Brooks, 3d U. S. Infantry, from Sept. 28, 1861 ; re- 

signed July 14, 1804. 

906. Captain John M. Brannan, 1st U. S. Artillery, from Sept. 28, 1861 ; mus- 

tered out May 31 , 1 SOf). 

907. Captain John P. Hatch, 3d U. S. Cavah-y, from Sept. 28, 1861 ; mustered 

out Jan. 15, 1866. 

908. Captain David S. Stanley, 4th U. S. Cavalry, from Sept. 28, 1861 ; promoted 

Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 

909. Isaac I. Stevens, of Washington Territory, Colonel 79th New York Volun- 

teers, from Sept. 28, 1861 ; promoted Major-General July 18, 1862. 

910. William K. Strong, of New York, from Sept. 28, 1861 ; resigned Oct. 20. 1863. 

911. Alban Schoepf, of Maryland, from Sept. 30, 1861 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 

1866. 

912. Lovell H. Rousseau, of Kentucky, Colonel 5th Kentucky Volunteers, from 

Oct. 1, 1861 ; promoted Major General Oct. 8, 1862. 

913. Melancthon S. Wade, of Ohio, from Oct. 1, 1861 : resigned March 18, 1862. 

914. James S. Negley, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 48th Pennsylvania Volunteers, 

from Oct. 1, 1861 ; promoted Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 

915. Lieut. -Colonel Thomas J. Wood, 4th U. S. Cavalry, from Oct. 11, 1861 ; pro- 

moted Major-General Jan. 27, 1865, 



272 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

016. Captain Eichard W. Johnson, 5th U. S. Cavalry, from Oct. 11, 1861; mus- 
tered out January 15, 18G6. 

yi7. Adolph von Steinwehr, of New York, Colonel 29th New York Volunteers, 
from Oct. 12, 1861 ; resigned July 3, 1865. 

CIS. Captain Joseph B. Plumnier, 1st U. S. Infantry, and Colonel 11th Missouri 
Volunteers, from Oct. 22, 1861 ; died Aug. 9, 1862. 

019. Captain John G. Foster, Corps of Engineers, from Oct. 23, 1861 ; promoted 
Major-General July 18, 1862. 

'J20. Major George W. Cullom, Corps of Engineers, Colonel and Additional Aide- 
de-Camp, from Nov. 12, 1861 ; commission expired July 17, 1862 ; reap- 
pointed from Nov. 1,1861 ; mustered out Sept. 1, 1876. 

921. Jeremiah T. Boyle, of Kentucky, from Nov. 4, 1801 ; resigned Jan. 26, 

1864. 

922. Major Christopher C. Augur, 13th U. S. Infantry, from Nov. 12, 1861 ; pro- 

moted Major-General Aug. 9, 1862. 

923. Captain Jesse L. Reno, Ordnance Department, from Nov. 12, 1861 ; promoted 

Major-General July 18, 1862. 

924. Schuyler Hamilton, of New York, Colonel and Aide-de-Camp, from Nov. 12, 

1861 : promoted Major-General Sept, 17, 18(;2. 

925. Julius H. Stahel, of New York, Colonel 8th New York Volunteer Infantry, 

from Nov. 12, 1861 ; promoted Major-General March 14, 1SC3. 

926. George \V. Morgan, of Ohio, from Nov. 12, ISCl ; resigned June 8, 1863. 

927. Captain John M. Schofield, 1st TJ. S. Artillery, and Major Ist Missouri 

Volunteers ; Brig.-General Missouri Militia, from Nov. 21, 1861 ; pro- 
moted Major-General May 12, 1863. 

928. Thomas J. JIcKean, Additional Paymaster, from Nov. 21, 1861 ; mustered 

out Aug. 24, 1S65. 

929. Major Zealous B. Power, Corps of Engineers, from Nov. 23, 1861 ; mustered 

out Jan. 15, 1866. 

930. Captain John G. Parke, Corps of Topographical Engineers, from Nov. 23, 

1861 ; promoted Major-General July 18, 1802. 

931. Captain Jefferson C. Davis, 1st U. S. Artillery, and Colonel 22d Indiana 

Volunteers, from Dec. 18, 1861 ; mustered out Sept. 1, 1806. 

932. John M. Palmer, of Illinois, Colonel 14th Illinois Volunteers, from Dec, 20, 

1861 ; i)romoted Major-General Nov. 29, 1862, 

933. William H. Keim, of Pennsylvania, from Dec. 20, 1861 ; died May 18, 1862. 

934. James A. Garfield, of Ohio, Colonel 42a Ohio Volunteers, from Jan, 11, 1862 ; 

promoted Major-General Sept. IS), 1863. 

935. Major Lewis G. Arnold, 1st U. S. Artillery, from Jan, 24, 1862 ; commission 

expired Feb. 8, 1S64. 

936. Major Frederick Steele, 11th TJ. S. Infantry, and Colonel 8th Iowa Volun- 

teers, from Jan. 29, 1862 ; promoted Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 

937. Lieut. Colonel W. S. Ketchum, 10th U. S. Infantry, from Feb. 3, 1862 ; mus- 

tered out April 30, 1866. 

938. Major Abner Doubleday, 17th U. S. Infantry, from Feb. 3, 1862 ; promoted 

Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 

939. Major John W. Davidson, 2J U. S. Cavalry, from Feb. 3, 1862 ; mustered out 

Jan. 15, 1866. 

940. Napoleon J. T. Dana, of Minnesota, Colonel 1st Minnesota Volunteers, from 

Feb. 3, 1862 ; promoted Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 273 

941. David D. Birney, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 23d Pennsylvania Volunteers, 

from Feb. -i, 1862; promoted Major-General May 23, 1863. 

942. Thomas Francis Meagher, of New York, from Feb. 3, 1862 ; resigned May 15, 

1865. 

943. Henry M. Naglee, of California, from Feb. 4, 1862 ; mustered out April 4, 

1864. 

944. Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, from March 4, 1862 ; resigned March 3, 

1865. 

945. James G. Spears, of Tennessee, Lieut. -Colonel 1st Tennessee Volunteers, 

from March 5, 1862 ; out of service Aug. 30, 1864. 

946. Captain Eugene A. Carr, 4th U. S. Cavalry and Colonel 3d Illinois Cavalry 

Volunteers, from March 7, 1862; musteied out Jan. 15, 1866. 
917. Thomas A. Davies, of New York, Colonel 16th New York Volunteers, from 
March 7, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

948. Daniel Tyler, of Connecticut, Colonel 1st Connecticut Volunteers and Brig.- 

Gcneral State Volunteers or Militia, from March 13, 1862 ; resigned April 
6, 1861. 

949. Lieut.-Colonel William H. Emory, 6th XJ. S. Cavalry, from March 17, 1862 ; 

promoted Major-General Sept. 25, 1865. 

950. Major Andrew J. Smith, 1st U. S. Cavalry and Colonel 2d California Cavalry 

Volunteers, from March 17, 1862; promoted Major-General May 12, 
1864. 

951. Marsena R. Patrick, of New York, Inspector General New York State Militia, 

from March 17, 1862; resigned June 12, 1865. 

952. Isaac F. Quinby, of New York, late Colonel 13th New York Volunteers, from 

March 17, 1862 ; resigned Dec. 31, 1863. 

953. Hiram G. Berry, of Maine, Colonel 4th Maine Volunteers, from March 17, 

1862 ; promoted Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 

954. Orris S. Ferry, of Connecticut, Colonel 5th Connecticut Volunteers, froaa 

March 17, 1862 ; resigned June 15, 1865. 

955. Major Daniel P. Woodbury, Corps of Engineers, Lieut.-Colonel, and Addi- 

tional Aide-de-Camp, from March 19, 1862 ; died Aug. 15, 1864. 

956. Captain Henry M. Judah, 4th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 4th California 

Volunteers, from March 21, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

957. Richard J. Oglesby, of Illinois, Colonel 8th Illinois Volunteers, from March 

21, 1862 ; promoted Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 

958. John Cooke, of Illinois, Colonel 7th Illinois Volunteers, from March 21, 1862 ; 

mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

959. William H. L. Wallace, of Illinois, Colonel 11th Illinois Volunteers, from 

March 21, 1862 ; died of v/ounds April 10, 1862. 

960. John Mc Arthur, of Illinois, Colonel 12th Illinois Volunteers, from March 21, 

1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

961. Robert L. McCook, of Ohio, Colonel 9th Ohio Volunteers, from March 21, 

1862 , killed Aug. 6, 1862. 

962. Jacob G. Lauman, of Iowa, Colonel 7th Iowa Volunteers, from March 21, 

1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

963. Horatio P. Van Cleve, of Minnesota, Colonel 2d Minnesota Volunteers, from 

March 21, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

964. John A. Logan, of Illinois, Colonel 31st Illinois Volunteers, from March 21, 

1862; promoted Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 
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274 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

965. Speed S. Fry, of Kentucky, Colonel 4th Kentucky Volunteers, from March 

21, 1862; mustered out Aug. 24, 1S65. 

966. Alexander Asboth, of Missouri, Colonel 2d Missouri Volunteers, from March 

21, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

967. James Craig, of Missouri, f]-om March 21, 1862 ; resigned May 14, 1863. 

968. Mahlon D. Manson, of Indiana. Colonel 10th Indiana Volunteers, from March 

24, 1862 ; resigned Dec. 21, 1864. 

969. Captain Gordon Granger, Sd U. S. Cavalry and Colonel 2d Michigan Cavalry 

Vols., from March 26, 1862; promoted Major-General Sept. 17, 1862. 

970. Colonel Edward R. S. Canby, 19th U. S. Infantry, from March 31, 1862; 

promoted Major-General May 7, 1804. 

971. Grenville M. Dodge, of Iowa, Colonel 4th Iowa Volunteers, from March 31, 

1862 : promoted Major-General June 7, 1864. 

972. Robert B. Mitchell, of Kansas, Colonel 2d Kansas Volunteers, from April 8, 

1862 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 
978. James G. Blunt, of Kansas, from April 8, 1862 ; promoted Major-Genei-al 
Nov. 29, 1862. 

974. Francis E. Patterson, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 115th Pennsylvania Volun- 

teers, from April 11, 1862 ; died Nov. 6, 1862. 

975. Major Amiel W. Whipple, Topographical Engineers, from April 14, 1862 ; 

promoted Major-General May .3, 1863. 

976. Captain Cuvier Grover, 10th U. S. Infantry, from April 14, 1862 ; mustered 

out Aug. 24, 1865. 

977. Captain George L. Hartsuff, Af-st. Adjutant-General, from April 15, 1862 ; 

promoted Major-General Nov. 29. 1!^62. 

978. Captain Rufus Saxton, Asst. Quartermaster, from April 15, 1862 ; mustered 

out Jan. 15, 1866. 

979. Benjamin Alvord, Paymaster U. S. A., from April 15, 1862; resigned Aug. 

8, 1865. 

980. Napoleon B. Buford, of Illinois, Colonel 27th Illinois Volunteers, from April 

15, 1862 ; promoted ilajor-General, commission as such expired by Con- 
stitutional limitation; mustered out as Brigadier- General, Aug. 24, 1865. 

981. William S. Smith, of Ohio, Colonel 13th Ohio Volunteers, from April 15, 1862 ; 

resigned July 15, 1864. 

982. Nathan Kimball, of Indiana, Colonel 14th Indiana Volunteers, from April 

15, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

983. Charles Devens, of Massachusetts, Colonel 15th Massachusetts Volunteers, 

from April 15, 1862 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 18(16. 

984. James H. Van Allen, of New York, Colonel 3d N. Y. Cavalry Volunteers, 

from April 15, 1862 ; resigned July 14, 1863. 

985. Carl Schurz, of Missouri, from April 15, 1862 ; promoted Major-General 

March 14, 1863. 

986. Major Samuel W. Crawford, 13th U. S. Infantry, from April 25, 1862 ; mus- 

tered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

987. Major Henry W. Wessells, 6th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 8th Kansas Volun- 

teers, from April 25, 1862 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

988. Milo S. Hascal), of Indiana, Colonel 17th Indiana Volunteers, from April 25, 

1862 ; resigned Oct. 27, 1864. 

989. Leonard F. Ross, of Illinois, Colonel 17th Illinois Volunteers, from April 25, 

1862 ; resigned July 22, 1863. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 275 

990. John W. Geary, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 28th Pennsylvania Volunteers, 

from April 25, 18(i2 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 18fi6. 

991. Alfred H. Terry, of Connecticut, Colonel 7th Connecticut Volunteers, from 

April 25, 1862 ; promoted Major-General Jan. 15, 1865. 

992. Major Andrew A. Humphreys, Topographical Engineers, Colonel and Ad- 

ditional Aide-de-Camp, from April 28, 1862; promoted Major-General 
July 8, 1863. 

993. Major James H. Carleton, 6th U. S. Cavalry and Colonel 1st California 

Volunteers, from April 28, 1862 ; mustered out April 30, 1866. 

994. Major Absalom Baird, Asst. Inspector-General, from April 28, 1862 ; mus- 

tered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

995. Captain John C. Ro'oinson, 5th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 1st Michigan 

Volunteers, from April 28, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, If 65. 

996. Captain Truman Seymour, 5th U. S. ArtiUery, from Apnl 28, 1862 , mus- 

tered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

997. Captain Quincy A. Gillmore, Corps of Engineers, from April 28, 1862 ; pro- 

moted Major-Genoral July 10, 1863. 

998. Captain George D. Bayard, 4th U. S. Cavalry and Colonel 1st Pennsylvania 

Cavalry Volunteers, from April 28, 1862; died of wounds Dec. 14, 
1862. 

999. Paymaster Henry Prince, U. S. A., from April 28, 1862 ; mustered out April 

30, 1866. 

1.000. Abraham Piatt, of Ohio, Colonel 13th Ohio Volunteers, from April 28, 1862 ; 

resigned Feb. 17, 1863. 

1.001. Thomas T. Crittenden, of Indiana, Colonel 6th Indiana Volunteers, from 

April 28, 1862 ; resigned May 5, 1863. 

1.002. Max Weber, of New York, Colonel 20th N. Y. Volunteers, from April 28, 

1862 ; resigned May 13, 1865. 

1.003. Pleasant A. Hackleman, of Indiana, Colonel 16th Indiana Volunteers, from 

April 28, 1862 ; killed Oct. 3, 1862. 

1.004. Jeremiah C. Sullivan, of Indiana, Colonel 13th Indiana Volunteers, from 

April 28, 1862; resigned May 11, 1865. 

1.005. Alvin P. Hovey, of Indiana, Colonel 24th Indiana Volunteers, from April 

28, 1862 ; resigned Oct. 7, 1865. 

1.006. James C. Veatch, of Indiana, Colonel 25th Indiana Volunteers, from April 

28, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.007. William P. Benton, of Indiana, Colonel 8th Indiana Volunteers, from April 

28, 1862; resigned July 24, 1865. 

1.008. Henry Bohlcn, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 75th Pennsylvania Volunteers, 

from April 28, 18(52 ; kiUed Aug. 22. 1862. 

1.009. John C. Caldwell, of Maine, Colonel 11th Maine Volunteers, from April 28, 

1862 ; mustered out Jan. 16, 1866. 

1.010. Isaac P. Rodman, of Rhode Island, Colonel 4th Rhode Island Volunteers, 

from April 28,1862 ; died of wounds Sept. 30, 1862. 

1.011. Neal Dow, of Maine, Colonel 13th Maine Volunteers, from April 28, 1862 ; 

resigned Nov. .30, 1864. 

1.012. George S. Green, of New York, Colonel 60th N. Y. Volunteers, from April 

28, 1862 ; mustered out April 30, 1866. 

1.013. Sainuel P. Carter, of Tennessee, Colonel 2d Tennessee Volunteers, from 

May 1, 1862 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 



276 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

1.014. Captain John Gibbon, 4th U. S. Artillery, from May 2, lb62 ; promoted 

Major-General June 7, 1864. 

1.015. George W. Taylor, of New Jersey, Colonel .3d New Jersey Volunteers, from 

May 9, 1862 ; died of wounds Aug. 31, 1862. 

1.016. Erastus B. Tyler, of Ohio, Colonel 7th Ohio Volunteers, from May 14, 1862 ; 

mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.017. Captain James B. McPherson. Corps of Engineers, Colonel and Additiona' 

Aide-de-Camp, from May 15, 1862 ; promoted Major-General Oct, 8, 
1862. 

1.018. Captain Charles Griffin, 5th U. S. Artillery, from June 9, 1862 ; promoted 

Major-General April 2, 1865. 

1.019. George H. Gordon, of Massachusetts, Colonel 2d Massachusetts Volunteers, 

from June 9, 1862; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.020. James M. Tuttle, of Iowa, Colonel 2d Iowa Volunteers, from June 9, 1862 ; 

resigned June 14, 1864. 

1.021. Julius White, of Illinois, Colonel 37th Illinois Volunteers, from June 9, 

1862 ; re.signed Nov. 19, 1864. 

1.022. Peter J. Osterhaus, of Missouri, Colonel 12th Missouri Volunteers, from 

June 9, 1862; promoted Major-General July 23, 1864. 

1.023. Stephen G. Burbridge, of Kentucky, Colonel 26Lh Kentucky Volunteers, 

from June 9, 1862 ; resigned Dec. 1, 1865. 

1.024. Major Washington L. Elliott, 1st U. S. Cavalry, and Colonel 2d Iowa 

Cavalry, from June 11, 1862 ; mustered out March 1, 1866. 

1.025. Captain Albion P. Howe, 4th U. S. Artillery, from June 11, 1862 ; mus- 

tered out Jan. 1.5, 1S66. 

1.026. Green Clay Smith, of Kentucky, Colonel 4th Kentucky Cavalry, from June 

11, 1862; resigned Dec. 1, 1863. 

1.027. William B. Campbell, of Tennessee, from June 30, 1862 ; resigned Jan. 26, 

1863. 

1.028. Captain Philip H. Sheridan, 13th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 2d Michigan 

Cavalry Volunteers, from July 1, 1862 ; promoted Major-General Dec. 31, 
1862. 

1.029. Major Benjamin S. Boberts, 3d U. S. Cavalry, from July 16, 1862 : mustered 

out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.030. Major Alfred Plea-anton, 2d U. S. Cavalry, from July 16, 1862; promoted 

Major-General June 22, 1863. 

1.031. Jacob Amraen, of Ohio, Colonel 24th Ohio Volunteers, from July 16, 1862; 

resigned Jan. 4, 1865. 

1.032. Joshua W. Sill, of Ohio, Colonel 33d Ohio Volunteens, from July 16, 1862; 

killed Dec. 31, 1862. 

1.033. Catharinus P. Buckingham, of Ohio, from July 10, 1862 ; resigned Feb. 11, 

1863. 

1.034. Fitz Henry Warren, of Iowa, Colonel 1st Iowa Cavalry, from July 10, 1862 ; 

mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.035. Morgan L. Smith, of Missouri, Colonel 8th Missouri Volunteers, from July 

16, 1862; resigned July 12, 1865. 

1.036. Charles Cruft, of Indiana, Colonel 31st Indiana Volunteers, from July 16, 

1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.037. Frederick Salomon, of Wisconsin, Colonel 9th Wisconsin Volunteers, from 

July 16, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1805. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 277 

1.038. James S. Jackson, of Kentucky, Colonel 3d Kentucky Cavalry, from July 

16, 1862 ; killed Oct. 8, 1862. 

1.039. Cadwalader C. Washb irn, of Wisconsin, Colonel 2d Wisconsin Cavalry, 

from July 16, 1862 ; promoted Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 

1.040. Francis J. Herron, of Iowa, Lieut.-Colonel 9th Iowa Cavalry, from July 16, 

1862 ; promoted Majcr-General Nov. 29, 1862. 

1.041. John Cochran, of New York. Colonel 65th New York Volunteers, from July 

17, 1862 ; resigned Feb. 25, 1863, 

1.042. John B. Turchin, of Illinois, Colonel 19th Illinois Volunteers, from July 17, 

1862; resigned Oct. 4th, 1864. 

1.043. Henry S. Briggs, of Massachusetts, Colonel 10th Massachusetts Volunteers, 

from July 17, 1862; mustered out Dec. 4, 1865. 

1.044. Conrad Feger Jackson, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 9th Pennsylvania Volun- 

teers, from July 17, 1862 ; killed Dec. 13, 18H2. 

1.045. James D. Morgan of Illinois, Colonel lOth Illinois Volunteers, from July 

17, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.046. August Willich, of Indiana, Colonel 32d Indiana Volunteers, from July 17, 

1862 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.047. Henry D. Terry, of Michigan, Colonel 5th Michigan Volunteers, from July 

17, 1862 ; resigned Feb. 7, 1865. 

1.048. James B. Steedman, of Ohio, Colonel 14th Ohio Volunteers, from July 17, 

1862 ; promoted to Major-Gencral April 20, 1864. 

1.049. George F. Shepley, of Maine, from July 18, 1862 ; resigned July 1, 1865. 

1.050. Thomas H. Hicks, of Maryland, from July 22 1862.; declined. 

1.051. Major John Buford, Asst. Inspector- General, from July 27, 1802; pro- 

moted Major-General July 1, 1863. 

1.052. Frank P. Blair, of Missouri, Colonel 1st Misso^iri Artillery, from Aug. 7, 

1862; promoted Major-General Nov. 29, 1862. 

1.053. Richard Busteed, of New York, from Aug 7, 1862; commission expired 

March 4, 1863. 

1.054. John 11. Kenly, of Maryland, Colonel 1st Maryland Volunteers, from Aug. 

22, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.055. John B. Slough, of Colorado, Colonel 1st Colorado Volunteers, from Aug. 

25, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.056. First Lieut. Godfrey Weitzel, Corps of Engineers, from Aug. 29, 1862 ; pro- 

moted Major-General Nov. 17, 1864. 

1.057. Lieut.-Colonel Gabriel R. Paul, 8th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 4th New 

Mexico Volunteers, from Sept. 5, 1862 ; commission expired March 4, 

1863 ; reappointed from April 18, 1863 ; mustered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

1.058. Charles E. Hovey, of Illinois, Colonel 33d Illinois Volunteers, from Sept. 5, 

1862 ; commission expired March 4, 1868. 

1.059. Colonel Herman Haupt, Additional Aide-de-Camp, from Sept. 5, 1862 ; de- 

clined. 

1.060. Captain George Crook, 4th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 36th Ohio Volun- 

teers, from Sept. 7, 1862 ; promoted Major-General Oct. 21, 1864. 

1.061. Joseph B. Carr, of New York, Colonel 2d New York Volunteers, from Sept. 

7, 1862 ; commission expired March 4, 1863 ; reappointed from March 30, 
1863 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.062. Thomas L. Kane, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 1st Pennsylvania Rifles, from 
_ Sept. 7, 1863 ; resigned Nov. 7, 1863. 



278 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

1.063. Nelson Taylor, of New York, Colonel 72cl New York Volunteers, from Sept. 

7, 1862 ; resigned Jan. 19, 1863. 

1.064. Grersham Mott, of New Jersey, Colonel 6th New Jersey Volunteers, from 

Sept. 7, 1862 ; promoted Major-General May 26, 1865. 

1.065. Captain Charles C. Gilbert, 1st U. S. Infantry, from Sept. 9, 1862 ; com- 

mission expired March 4, 1863 ; not confirmed. 

1.066. Captain William R. Terrill, 5th U. S. Artillery, from Sept. 9, 1862 ; killed 

Oct. 8, 1862. 

1.067. Calvin E. Pratt, of New York, Colonel 31st New York Volunteers, from 

Sept. 10, 1862 ; resigned April 25, 1863. 

1.068. James Nagle, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 48th Pennsylvania Volunteers, from 

Sept. 10, 1862 ; commission expired March 4, lt63 ; reappointed March 
13, 1863 ; resigned May 9, 1863. 

1.069. Edward Perrero, of New York, Colonel 51st New York Volunteers, from 

Sept. 10, 1862 ; commission expired March 4, 1663 ; reappointed from 
May 6, 1863 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.070. Major Henry J. Hunt, 5th U. S. Artillery, Colonel and Additional Aide-de- 

Camp, from Sept. 15, 1862 : mustered out April .30, 1866. 

1.071. Captain Francis L. Vinton, 13th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 43d New York 

Volunteers, from Sept. 19, 1862; commission expired March 4, 1863; re- 
appointed from March 13, 1863 ; resigned May 5, 1863. 

1.072. Gustavua A. Smith, of Illinois, Colonel •35th Illinois Volunteers, from Sept, 

19, 1862 ; commission expired March 4, 1863. 

1.073. Francis C. Barlow, of New York, Colonel 61st New York Volunteers, from 

Sept. 19, 1862 ; promoted Major-General May 25, 18:15. 

1.074. Thomas A. Morris, of Indiana, Brig.-General Indiana State Volunteers or 

Militia, from Sept. 20, 1862 ; declined. 

1.075. Mason Brayman, of Illinois, Colonel 29th Illinois Volunteers, from Sept. 

24, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.076. N. J. Jackson, of Maine, Colonel 5th Maine Volanteers, from Sept. 24, 1862 ; 

mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.077. Captain George W. Getty, 5th U. S. Artillery, Lieut.-Colonol and Additional 

Aide de-Camp, from Sept. 25, 1862 ; musteredout Oct. 9, 1866. 

1.078. Major Alfred Sully, 8th U. S. Infantry and Colonel Ist Minnesota Volun- 

teers, from Sept. 26, 1862 ; mustered out April 30, 1866. 

1.079. Captain Gouvemeur K. Warren, Topographical Engineers, and Colonel 5th 

New York Volunteers, from Sept. 26, 1862; promoted Major-General 
May 3, 1863. 

1.080. Captain Wni. W. AverelJ, 3d U. S. Cavalry, and Colonel 3d Pennsylvania 

Cavalry, from S 'pt. 26, 1862 ; resigned May 18, 1865. 

1.081. Robert Cowden, of Massachusetts, Colonel 1st Massachusetts Volunteers, 

from Sept. 26, 1862 : commission expired March 4, 1863. 

1.082. Alexander Hays, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 63d Pennsylvania Volunteers, 

from Sept. 29. 1862 : killed May 5, 1864. 

1.083. Henry H. Sibley, of Minnesota, from Sept. 29. 1862 ; commission expired 

March 4, 1863 ; reappointed from March 20, 1863 ; mustered out April 30, 
1866. 

1.084. Francis B. Spinola, of New York, from Oct. 1, 1862 ; resigned June 8, 1865. 

1.085. John H. H. Ward, of New York, Colonel 38th New York Volunteers, from 

Oct. 4, 1862 ; mustered out July 18, 1864. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 279 

1.086. Joseph J. Bartlett, of New York, Colonel 2Tth New York Volunteers, from 

Oct. 4, 18fi2 ; commission expired March 4, 1863 ; reappointed from 
March 30, 1863 ; mustered out Jan. 15. 1S66. 

1.087. Solomon Mereditn, of Indiana, Colonel I9th Indiana Volunteers, from Oct 

6, 1862 ; mustered out May 22, 1865. 

1.088. James Bowen, of New York, from Oct. 11, 1862 ; resigned July 27, 1864. 

1.089. Colonel Gustave P. Cluseret, Additional Aide-de-Camp, from Oct. 14, 1862 ; 

resigned March 2, 1863. 

1.090. Eliakim P. Scammon, of Ohio, Colonel 23d Ohio Volunteers, from Oct. 15, 

1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.091. Major Robert S. Granger, 5th U. S. Infantry, from Oct. 20, 1862 ; mustered 

out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.092. Joseph R. West, of California, Colonel 1st California Volunteers, from Oct. 

25, 1862 ; mustered out Jan. 4, 1866. 

1.093. Joseph W. Revere, of New Jersey, Colonel 7th New Jersey Volunteers, 

from Oct. 25, 1862 ; resigned Aug. 10, 1863. 

1.094. Lieut.-Colonel Alfred W. Ellett, Additional Aide-de-Camp, from Nov. 1, 

1862; resigned Dec. 21, 1864. 

1.095. Edwin H. Stoughton, of Vermont, Colonel 4th Vermont Volunteers, from 

Nov. 5, 1862 ; commission expired March 4, 1863. 

1.096. George L. Andrews, of Massachusetts, Colonel 2d Massachusetts Volunteers, 

from Nov. 10, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.097. Clinton B. Fisk, of Missouri. Colonel 33d Missouri Volunteers, from Nov. 

24, 1862 ; mustered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

1.098. Colonel Henry B. Carrington, 18th U. S. Infantry, from Nov. 29, 1862; 

mustered out Aug. 24. 1865. 

1.099. Lieut.-Colonel Robert C. Buchanan, 4th U. S. Infantry, from Nov. 29, 

1862 ; commission expired March 4. 1863. 

1.100. Captain James A. Hardie, 5Lh U. S. Artillery, Lieut. Colonel and Addi- 

tional Aide-de-Camp, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; commission expired Jan. 22, 
1863. 

1.101. Captain William Hays, 2d U. S. Artillery, Lieut.-Colonel and Additional 

Aid-de-Camp, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; mustered out Jan. 16, 1866 

1.102. Major John H. King, 15th TJ. S. Infantry, from Nov. 29, 1862; mustered 

out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.103. Major Israel Vogdes, 1st U. S. Artillery, from Nov. 29, 1862. 

1.104. Major Adam J. Slemmer, 16Lh U. S. Infantry, from Nov. 29, 1862; mus- 

tered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.105. Major David A. Russell, 8th TJ. S. Infantry and Colonel 4th Massachusetts 

Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862; killed Sept. 19. 1864. 

1.106. Captain Lewis C. Hunt, 4th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 92d New York 

Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862; mustered out January 15, 1S66. 

1.107. Captain Thomas H. Neill. 5th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 23d Pennsylvania 

Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; mn.stered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.108. Captain Thomas G. Pitcher, 8th U. S. Infantry, from Nov. 29, 1862; mus- 

tered out April 30. 1866. 

1.109. Captain Thomas W. Sweeny, 2d U. S. Infantry and Colonel 52d Illinois 

Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.110. Captain Frank Wheaton, 4th U. S. Cavalry and Colonel 2d Rhode Island 

Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; mustered out April 30, 1866. 



280 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

1.111. Captain Wm. P. Carlin, 6th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 38th Illinois Volun- 

teers, from Nov. 29, 1862; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.112. Captain John S. Mason. 11th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 4th Ohio Volun- 

teers, from Nov. 29, 1862; mustered out April 30, 1866. 

1.113. Captain Romeyn B. Ayres, 5th U. S. Artillery, from Nov. 29, 1862; mus- 

tered out April 30, 1866. 

1.114. Captain Richard Arnold, 5th U. S. Artillery, from Nov. 29, 1SG2; mustered 

out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.115. Captain David McM. Gregg, 6th U. S. Cavalry and Colonel 8th Pennsyl- 

vania Cavalry, from Nov. 2P, 1862 ; resigned Feb. 3, 1865. 

1.116. Captain Wm. B. Hazen, 8th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 41st Ohio Volun- 

teers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; promoted Major-General Jan. 15, 1865. 

1.117. Captain Robert O. Tyler, Asst. Quartermaster U. S. A. and Colonel 1st Con- 

nect!. ut Heavy Artillery, from Nov. 29, 1862; mustered out Jan. 15, 
1866. 

1.118. Captain James St. Clair Morton, Corps of Engineers, from Nov. 29, 1862; 

mustered out Nov. 7, 1863. 

1.119. Captain Joseph A. Mower, 1st U. S. Infantry and Colonel 11th Missouri 

Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; promoted Major-General Aug. 12, 1864. 

1.120. Captain Alfred T. A. Torbert, 5th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 1st New 

Jersey Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.121. Fir.^t Lieut. Orlan lo M. Poe, Topographical Engineer.?, TJ. S. A., and Colonel 

2d Michigan Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; commission expired March 
4, 1863. 

1.122. First Lieut. Geo. C. Strong, Ordnance Department, Major and Asst. Adju- 

tant-General, U. S. Volunteers, from Nov, 29, 1862 ; promoted Major- 
General July 18, 1863. 

1.123. Isham N. Haynie, of Illinois, Colonel 4Sth Elinois Volunteers, from Nov. 

29, 1862 ; commission expired March 4, 1863. 

1.124. D. Stuart, of lUinois, Colonel 55Lh Illinois Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862; 

commission expired March 11, 1863. 

1.125. John F. Farnsworth, of Illinois, Colonel 8th Illinois Volunteers, from Nov, 

29, 1862 ; resigned March 4, 1863. 

1.126. F. S. Stumbaugh, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 77th Pennsylvania Volunteers, 

from Nov. 29, 1862 ; commission expired, Jan. 23, 1863. 

1.127. Charles T. Campbell, of Pennsylvania, Colonel .^7th Pennsylvania Vohm- 

teers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; commission expired, March 4, 1863 ; reap- 
pointed from March 13, 1863 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.128. William H. Lytle, of Ohio, Colonel 10th Ohio Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 

1862 ; died of wounds Sept. 20, 1863. 

1.129. Gilman Marston, of New Hampshire, Colonel 2d New Hampshire Volun- 

teers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; resigned April 20, 1865. 

1.130. Michael K. Lawler, of Illinois, Colonel 18th Illinois Volunteers, from Nov. 

29, 1862; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.131. George D. Wagner, of Indiana, Colonel 15th Indiana Volunteers, from Nov. 

29, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.132. William D wight, of New York, Colonel 70th New York Volunteers, from 

Nov. 29, 1862 ; muEtered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.133. Lysander Cutler, of Wisconsin, Colonel 6th Wisconsin Volunteers, from 

Nov. 29, 1862 ; resigned June 30, 1865. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 281 

1.134. James "W. McMillen, of Indiana, Colonel Slst Indiana Volunteers, from 

Nov. 29, 1862 ; resigned May 15, 1865. 

1.135. Sullivan A. Meredith, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 56th Pennsylvania Volun- 

teers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.136. Joseph F. Knipe, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 4(ith Pennsylvania Volunteers, 

from Nov. 29, 1862 : mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.137. E. W. Hinks, of Massachusetts, Colonfl 19th Massachusetts Volunteers, 

from Nov. 29, 1852 ; resigned June SO, 1865. 

1.138. Joshua T. Owens, of Pennnylvania, Colonel 69th Pennsylvania Volunteers, 

from Nov. 29, 1862 ; commision expired March 4, 1863 ; reappointed from 
March 30, 1863 ; mustered out July 18, 1864. 

1.139. John D. Stevenson, of Missouri, Colonel 7th Missouri Volunteers, from 

Nov. 29, 1862 ; commission expired March 4, 1863 ; reappointed from 
Nov. 29, 1862; resigned April 22, 1864; reappointed to rank as before, 
mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.140. James Barnes, of Massachusetts, Colonel 18th Massachusetts Volunteers, 

from Nov. 29, 1862 ; mustered out Jan. 15, ie6G. 

1.141. E. N. Kirk, of Illinois, Colonel 34th Illinois Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; 

died July 29, 1863. 

1.142. N. C. McLean, of Ohio, Colonel 75th Ohio Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; 

resigned April 20, 1865. 
1,W3. Theophilns T. Garrard, of Kentucky, Colonel 3d Kentucky Volunteers, 

from Nov. 29, 1862 ; mustered out April 4, 1S64. 
1,144. "William Vaudever, of Iowa, Colonel 9th Iowa Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 

1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1S65, 
1,145= Alexander Schemmelfinnig, of Pennsylaania, Colonel 74th Pennsylvania 

Vohmteers, from Nov, 29, 1862 ; died Sept. 7, 1865. 

1.146. Edward Harland, of Connecticut, Colonel 8th Connecticut Volunteers, from 

Nov. 29, 1862 ; resigned June 22, 1865. 

1.147. Charles K. Graham, of New York, Colonel 74th New York Volunteers, from 

Nov. 29, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.148. S. K. Zook, of New York, Colonel 57th New York Volunteers, from Nov. 

29, 1862 ; killed July 2, 1863. 

1.149. Samuel Beatty, of Ohio, Colonel 19th Ohio Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; 

mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.150. Isaac Wistar, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 71st Pennsylvania Volunteers, from 

Nov. 29, 1862 ; resigned Sept. 15, 18G4. 

1.151. John E. Smith, of Illinois, Colonel 45th Illinois Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 

1862 ; mustered out April 30, 1866. 

1.152. Frank S. Nickerson, of Maine, Colonel 14th Maine Volunteers, from Nov. 

29, 1862 ; resigned May 1-3, 1865. 

1.153. Edward H. Hobson, of Kentucky, Colonel 13th Kentucky Volunteers, from 

Nov. 29, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.154. R. B. Buckland, of Ohio, Colonel 72d Ohio Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862; 

resigned Jan. 6, 1865. 

1.155. Joseph D. Webster, of Illinois, Colonel 1st Illinois Artillery, from Nov. 29, 

1862 ; resigned Nov. 5, 1865. 

1.156. William W. Orme, of Illinois, Colonel 94Lh Illinois Volunteers, from Nov. 

29, 1862 ; resigned AprU 26, 1864. 



282 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

1.157. William Ilarrowe, of Indiana, Colonel 14th Indiana Volunteers, from Nov. 

29, 1862 ; resigned April 20, 18(55, 

1.158. Joseph T. Copeland, of Michigan, Colonel 5th Michigan Cavalry, from 

Nov. 29, 1862 ; resigned Nov. 8, 1865. 

1.159. William H, Morris, of New York, Colonel 6th New York Volunteer Artil- 

lery, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.160. Jolin Beatty, of Oiiio, Colonel 3d Ohio Volunteers, from Nov, 29, 1862 ; 

resigned Jan. 28, 1864, 

1.161. Thomas H. Ruger, of Wisconsin, Colonel 3d Wisconsin Volunteers, from 

Nov. 29, 1862 ; mustered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

1.162. T. E. G. Ransom, of Illinoi-% Colonel 11th Illinois Volunteers, from Nov. 

29, 1862 ; died Oct. 29, 1864. 

1.163. Elias S. Dennis, of Illinois, Lieut.-Colonel 30th Illinois Volunteers, from 

Nov. 29, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.164. Thomas C. H. Smith, of Ohio, Lieut.-Colonel 1st Ohio Cavalry, from Nov. 

29, 1862 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.165. Charles A. Heckraan, of New Jersey, Lieut.-Colonel 9th New Jersey Volun- 

teers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; resigned May 25, 1865. 

1.166. ■ Mortimer D. Leggett, of Ohio, Lieut.-Colonel 78th Ohio Volunteers, from 

Nov. 29, 1862 ; promoted Major-General Aug. 21, 1865. 

1.167. David Tillson, of Maine, Lieut.-Colonel 1st Maine Light Artillery, from 

Nov. 29, 1862 ; mustered out Jan. 17. 1867. 

1.168. Stephen G-. Champlin, of Michigan, Major 3d Michigan Volunteers, fi;pm 

Nov. 29, 1862; died Jan. 26, 1864, 
1,1(19. Hector Tyndale, of Pennsylvania, Major 28th Pennsylvania Volunteers, 
from Nov. 29, 1862 ; resigned Aug. 26, 1864. 

1.170. Charles C. Dodge, of New York, Colonel Isfc New York Mounted Rifles, from 

Nov. 29, 1862 ; resigned June 12, 1868. 

1.171. Edward E. Potter, of New York, from Nov, 29, 1862 ; resigned July 24, 

1S05. 

1.172. Thomas A, Rowley, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 102d Pennsylvania Volun- 

teers, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; resigned Dec. 29, 1864. 

1.173. Albert L. Lee, of Pennsylvania, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; resigned May 4, 1865. 

1.174. Charles L. Matthies, of Iowa, Colonel 5th Iowa Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 

18()2 ; resigned May 16, 1864, 

1.175. Marcellus M. Crocker, of Iowa, Colonel 13th Iowa Volunteers, from Nov. 

29, 1862; died Aug. 26, 1865. 

1.176. Egbert B. Brown, of Missouri, late Lieut.-Colonel 7th Missouri Volunteers, 

from Nov. 29, 1862 ; resigned Nov. 10, 1865. 

1.177. John McNeil, of Missouri, Colonel 2d Missouri State Militia Cavalry, from 

Nov. 29, 1862 ; resigned April 12, 1865, 
•1,178. George P, McGinnis, of Indiana, Colonel 11th Indiana Volunteers, from 
Nov. 29, 1862 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.179. George W. Deitzler, of Kansas, Colonel 1st Kansas Volunteers, from Nor. 

29, 1862 ; resigned Aug. 27, 1863. 

1.180. Hugh Ewing, of Ohio, Colonel 13ta Ohio Volunteers, from Nov. 29, 1862; 

mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.181. James H, Ledlie, of New York, Colonel 3d New York Volunteer Artillery, 

from Dec. 24, 1862 ; commission expired March 4, 1863 ; reappointed from 
Oct. 27, 1863 ; resigned Jan, 23, 1865. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 283 

1.182. James M. Shackelford, of Kentucky, Colonel 8th Kentucky Cavalry, from 

Jan. 2, 1863 ; resigned Jan. 18, 1864. 

1.183. Daniel Ulhnan, of New York, Colonel 78th New York Volunteers, from 

Jan. 13, 1863 ; mustered out Aug. 24, lb65. 

1.184. John S. Phelps, of Missouri, from July 19, 1862 ; commission expired 

March 4, 1863. 

1.185. Waldemir Kryzanowski, of New York, Colonel 58th New York Volunteers, 

from Nov. 29, 1862 ; commission expired March 4, 1863. 

1.186. D. H. Williams, of Pennsylvania, from Nov. 29, 1862 ; commission expired 

March 4, 1863. 

1.187. George J. Stanuard, of Vermont, Colonel 9th Vermont Volunteers, from 

March 11, 1863 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.188. Henry Baxter, of Michigan, Lieut.-Colonel 2d Michigan Volunteers, from 

March 12, 1863; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.189. John M. Thayer, of Nebraska, Colonel 1st Nebraska Volunteers, from 

March 13, 1863 ; resigned July 19, 1865. 

1.190. Halbert E. Paine, of Wisconsin, Colonel 4th Wisconsin Volunteers, from 

March 13, 1863 ; resigned May 15. 1865. 

1.191. Thomas Welsh, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 45th Pennsylvania Volunteers, 

from March 13, 1863 ; died Aug. 14. 1863. 

1.192. Hugh T. Reid, of Iowa, Colonel 15th Iowa Volunteers, from March 13, 

1863 ; resigned April 4, 1864. 

1.193. Abner C. Harding, of Illinois, Colonel 83d Illinois Volunteers, from March 

13, 1863 ; resigned June 3, 1863. 

1.194. Robert B. Potter, of New York, Colonel 51st New York Volunteers, from 

March 1.3, 1863; promoted Major-General Sept. 29, 1865. 

1.195. Thomas Ewing, Jr., of Kansas, Colonel 11th Kansas Cavalry, from March 

13, 1863 ; resigned Feb. 23, 1865. 

1.196. J. A. J. Lightburn, of Virginia, Colonel 4th Virginia Volunteers, from 

March 14, 1863 ; resigned June 22, 1865. 

1.197. Thomas G. Stevenson, of Massachusetts, Colonel 24th Massachusetts Volun- 

teers, from March 14, 1863 ; killed May 10, 1864. 

1.198. Patrick E. Connor, of Colorado, Colonel 3d Colorado Volunteers, from 

March 30, 1863 ; mustered out April 30, 1866. 

1.199. Captain John P. Hawkins, Commissary of Subsistence and Lieut.-Colonel 

of Commissary Subsistence Department, from Apiil 13, 1863 ; mustered 
out Feb. 1, 1866. 

1.200. Edward A. Wild, of Massachusetts, Colonel 35th Massachusetts Volunteers 

from April 24, 1863 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.201. Thomas E. Bramlette, of Kentucky, late Colonel 3d Kentucky Volunteers, 

from April 24, 1863; declined. 

1.202. First Lieut, Adalbert Ames, 5th tJ. S. Arlillery, and Colonel 20th Maine 

Volunteers, from May 20, 1863 ; mustered out April 30, 1866. 

1.203. William Birney, of New Jersey, Colonel 2d U. S. Colored Troops, from May 

22, 1863 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.204. Major Daniel H. Rr.cker, Quartermaster, Colonel and Additional Aide-de- 

Camp, from May 23, 1863 ; mustered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

1.205. Major Robert Allen, Quartermaster, Colonel and Additional Aide-de-Camp 

from May 23, 1863 ; mustered out Sept, 1, 1866. 



284 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

1.206. Major Rufus Ingalls, Quartermaster, Lieut. -Colonel and Additional Aide-de- 

Camp, from May 23, 1863 ; mustered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

1.207. Captain Gustavus A. De Russey, 4th U. S. Artillery and Colonel 4th 

New York Volunteer Artillery, from May 23, 1863; commission expired 
July 4, 1864 ; reappointed from May 23, 1863 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 
1866. 

1.208. Alexander Shaler, of New York, Colonel 65th New York Volunteers, from 

May 26, 1863 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.209. First Lieut. Edmund Kirby, 1st U. S. Artillery and Colonel 43d Ohio Volun- 

teers, from ISfay 23, 1663 ; died of wounds May 28, 1863. 

1.210. Benjamin H. Grierson, of Illinois. Colonel 6th Illinois Cavalry, from June 

3, 1863: promi ted Major-Gpneral May 27, 1865. 

1.211. Captain Stephen H. Weed, 5th U. S. Artillery, from June 6, 1863 ; kUled 

July 2, 1863. 

1.212. Robert S. Foster, of Indiana, Colonel 13th Indiana Volunteers, from June 

12, 1863 ; resigned Sept. 25, 1865. 

1.213. First Lieut. Judson Kilpatrick, 1st U. S. Artillery and Colonel 2d New York 

Volunteer Cavalry, from Jnne 13, 1863 ; promoted Majo. -General June 
18, 1865. 

1.214. Captain Alexander S. Webb, 11th TJ. S. Infantry, Lieut. -Colonel and Asst. 

Inspector-General U. S. Volunteers, from June 23, 1863 ; mustered out 
Jan. 15. 1866. 

1.215. Alfred N. Duffie, of Rhode Island, Colonel 1st Rhode Island Cavalry, from 

June 23, 1863 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.216. Walter C. Whittaker. of Kentucky, Colonel 6.h Kentucky Volunteers, from 

June 25, 1863 ; must red out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.217. Captain Wesley Merrit, 2d U. S. Cavalry, from June 29, 1863 ; promoted 

Major General April 1, 1865. 

1.218. First Lieut. George A. Custer, 5th T7. S. Cavalry, Captain and Additional 

Aide-de-Camp, from June 29, 1863; promoted Major-General April 15, 
1865. 

1.219. E. J. Farnsworth, of Illinois, Captain 8th Illinois Cavalry, from June 29, 

1863 ; killed July 3, 1863. 

1.220. Edward P. Chapin, of New York, Colonel 116th New York Volunteers, from 

June 27, 1863 ; killed June 27, 1863. 

1.221. Strong Vincent, of Pennsylvania, Colonel S^W Pennsj'lvania Volunteers, 

from July 3, 1863 ; died of wounds July 7, 1863. 

1.222. Major Wm. D. Whipple, Asst. Adjutant-General, Lieut. -Colonel and Addi- 

tional Aide-de-Camp, from July 17, 186^3 ; commission expired July 4, 1864 ; 
reappointed from same date ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.223. John C. Starkweather, of Wisconsin, Colonel 1st Wisconsin Volunteers, 

from July 17, 1863 ; resigned May 11, 1865. 

1.224. Captain Kenner Garrard, 5th U. S. Cavalry and Colonel 146th New York 

Volunteers, from July 23, 1863 : mustered out Aug. 24, 1865 

1.225. James L. Kiernan, of New York, Colonel U. S. Colored Troops, from Aug. 

1, 1863 ; resigned Feb. 3, 1864. 

1.226. Captain Charles R. Woods, 9th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 76th Ohio Volun- 

teers, from Aug. 4, 1863 ; mustered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

1.227. John B. Sanborn, of Minnesota, Colonel 4th Minnesota Volunteers, from 

Aug. 4, 1863 ; mustered out April 30, 1866. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 285 

1.228. Giles A. Smith, of Minnesota, Colonel 8th Missouri Volunteers, from Aug. 

4, 1803; promoted Major-General Nov. 24, 1865. 

1.229. Samuel A. Rice, of Iowa, Colonel SSd Iowa Volunteers, from Aug. 4, 1863; 

died of wounds July 6, 1864. 

1.230. Jasper A. Maltby, of Illinois, Colonel 55th Illinois Volunteers, from Aug. 4, 

1863 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.231. Captain Frederick E. Prime, Corps of Engineers, from Aug. 4, 1863; de- 

clined. 

1.232. Captain Alexander Chambers, 18th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 16th Iowa 

Volunteers, from Aug. 11, 1863 ; commission expired April 6, 1864. 

1.233. Thomas K. Smith, of Ohio, Colonel 54th Ohio Volunteers, from Aug. 11, 

1863 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.234. Walter Q. Gresham, of Indiana, Colonel 53d Indiana Volunteers, from Aug. 

11, 1863; mustered out April 30, 18C6. 

1.235. Manning F. Force, of Ohio, Colonel 20th Ohio Volunteers, from Aug. 11, 

1863 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 
1,2-36. Robert A. Cameron, of Indiana, Colonel 34th Indiana Volunteers, from 
Aug. 11, 1863; resigned June 22, 1865. 

1.237. John M. Corse, of Iowa, Colonel 6th Ohio Volunteers, from Aug. 11, 1863 ; 

mustered out April 30, 1866. 

1.238. John A. Rawlins, of Illinois, Major and Asst. Adjutant-General of Volun- 

teers, from Aug. 11, 1£63 ; promoted Brig.-General U. S. A. March 31, 
1865. 

1.239. Captain Alvan C. Gillem, Asst. Quartermaster and Colonel 10th Tennessee 

Volunteers, from Aug. 17, 1863 ; commission expired July 4, 1864 ; re- 
appointed from Aug. 17, 1863 ; promoted Major-General Nov. 3, 1865. 

1.240. James C. Rice, of New York, Colonel 44th New York Volunteers, from Aug. 

17, 1863 ; killed May 10, 1864. 

1.241. Captain John W. Turner, Commissary cf Subsistence, Colonel and Addi- 

tional Aide-de-Camp, from Sept. 7, 1863 ; mustered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

1.242. Henry L. Eustis, of Massachusetts, Colonel 10th Massachusetts Volunteers, 

from Sept. 12, 1863 ; resigned June 27, 1864. 

1.243. Henry E. Davies, of New York, Colonel 2d New York Volunteer Cavalry, 

from Sept 16, 1863 ; promoted Major-General May 4, 1865. 

1.244. Andrew J. Hamilton, of Texas, from Nov. 14, 1862 ; commission expired 

March 4, 1S63 ; reappointed Sept. 18, 1863 ; resigned June 19, 1865. 

1.245. Henry W. Birge of Connecticut, Colonel 13th Connecticut Volunteers, from 

Sept. 19. 1863 ; resigned Oct. 18, 1S65. 

1.246. Captain Charles G. Harker, 15th U. S. Infantry, and Colonel 65th Ohio 

Volunteers, from Sept. 20, 1863 ; died of wounds June 27, 1864. 

1.247. Captain Wm. B. Sanders, 6th U. S. Cavalry, and Colonel 5th Kentucky 

Cavalry, from Oct. 18, 1863 ; died of wounds Nov. 19, 1863. 

1.248. Captain Lucius Fairchiid, 16th U. S. Infantry, and Colonel 2d Wisconsin 

Volunteers, from Oct. 19, 1863 ; resigned Nov. 2, 1863. 

1.249. Stephen Miller, of Minnesota, Colonel 7th Minnesota Volunteers, from 

Oct. 26, 1863 ; resigned Jan. 18, 1864. 

1.250. Isaac F. Shephard, of Missouri, Colonel 3d Missouri Volunteers, from Oct. 

27, 1863 ; commission expired July 4, 1864. 

1.251. Captain James H. Wilson, Corps of Engineers, Lieut. -Colonel and Asst 

Inspector- General U. S. Volunteers, from Oct. 30, 1863 ; commission ex- 



286 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

pired July 4, 1864; reappointed from Oct. 30, 1863; promoted Major 
General May 6, 1865. 

1.252. Adin B. Underwood, of Massachusetts, Colonel 33d Massachusetts Volun- 

teers, from Nov. 6, 1863 ; mustered out Sept. 1, 1865. 

1.253. Augustus L. Cheslain, of Illinois, Colonel 12th Illinois Volunteers, from 

Dec. 18, 1863 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.254. William A. Pile, of Missouri, Colonel 33d Missouri Volunteers, from Dec. 

26, 1863 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.255. Guitar Kaemerling, of Ohio, from Jan. 5, 1864 ; declined. 

1.256. John W. Fuller, of Ohio, Colonel 27th Ohio Volunteers, from Jan. 5, 1864; 

resigned Aug. 15, 1865. 

1.257. John F. Miller, of Indiana, Colonel 29th Indiana Volunteers, from Jan. 5, 

1864 ; resigned Sept. 25, 1865. 

1.258. Philip Regis De Trobriand, of New York, Colonel 55th New York Volun- 

teers, from Jan. 5, 1864; mustered out Jan. 15, 1806. 

1.259. Cyrus Bussey, of Iowa, Colonel 3d Iowa Cavalry, from Jan. 5, 1864 ; mus- 

tered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.260. Christopher C. Andrews, of Minnesota, Colonel 3d Minnesota Volunteers, 

from Jan. 5, 1864 ; mustered out Jan. 15. 1866. 

1.261. Hiram Burnham, of Maine, Colonel 6th Maine Volunteers, from April 27, 

1864 ; killed Sept. 30, 1864. 

1.262. Edward M. McCook. First Lieut. 4th U. S. Cavalry and Colonel 2d Indiana 

Cavalry, from April 27, J 864 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 18C6. 

1.263. Lewis A. Grant, of Vermont, Colonel 5th Vermont Volunteers, from April 

27, 1864 ; mustered out Aug. 24. 1865. 

1.264. Edward Hatch, of Iowa, Colonel 2d Iowa Cavalry, from April 27, 1884 ; 

mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.265. Captain August V. Kautz, 6th U. S. Cavalry and Colonel 2d Ohio Cavalry, 

from May 7, 1864; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.266. Captain Francis Fessenden, 19th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 25th Maine 

Volunteers, from May 10, 1864; promoted Majoi-- General Nov. 9, 
1865. 

1.267. John R. Brooke, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 53d Pennsylvania Volunteers, 

from May 12, 1864 ; resigned Feb. 1, 1866, 

1.268. John F. Hartranft, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 51st Pennsylvania Volun- 

teers, from May 12, 1864 ; mustered otxt Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.269. Captain Samuel S. Carroll, 10th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 18th Ohio 

Volunteers, from May 12, 1864; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.270. Simon G. Griffin, of New Hampshire, Colonel 6th New Hampshire Volun- 

teers, from May 12, 1864 : mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.271. First Lieut. Emory Upton, 5th U. S. Artillery and Colonel 121st New York 

Volunteers, from May 12, 1864 ; mustered out April 30, 1866. 

1.272. Nelson A. Miles, of New York, Colonel 61st New York Volunteers, f-,-om 

May 12, 1864 ; promoted Major-Geaeral Oct. 21, 1865. 

1.273. Joseph Hayes, of Massachusetts, Colonel 18th Massachusetts Volunteers, 

from May 12, 1864 : mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.274. Byron R. Pierce, of Michigan. Colonel 3d Michigan Volunteers, from June 

7, 1864 : mustered out Aug. 24, 1805. 

1.275. Seldon Conner, of Maine, Colonel 19th Maine Volunteers, from June lU 

1864 ; mustered out April 7, 1866. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 287 

1.276. Joshua L. Chamberlain, of Maine, Colonel 20th Maine Volunteers, from 

June 18, 1864 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.277. Elliott W. Rice, of Iowa, Colonel 7th Iowa Volunteers, from June 20, 1864 ; 

mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.278. William F. Bartlett, of Massachusetts, Colonel 57th Massachusetts Volun- 

teers, from June 20, 1864 ; mustered out July 18, 1866, 

1.279. Edward S. Bragg, of Wisconsin, Colonel 6th Wisconsin Volunteers, from 

June 25, 1864 ; mustered out Oct. 9, 1865. 

1.280. Friend S. Rutherford, of Illinois. Colonel 97th Illinois Volunteers, from 

June 27, 1864 ; died June 20, 1864. 

1.281. First Lieut. Martin D. Hardin, 3d U. S. Artillery and Colonel 12th Penn- 

sylvania Reserve, from July 2, 1864 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.282. Charles J. Paine, of Massachusetts, Colonel 2d Louisiana Volunteers, from 

July 4, 1864 : mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.283. Daniel McCook, of Ohio, Colonel 52d Ohio Volunteers, from July 16, 1864 ; 

died of wounds July 17, 1864. 

1.284. John B. Mcintosh, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 3d Pennsylvania Cavalry and 

Captain 5th U. S. Cavalrj% from July 21, 1864 ; mustered out April 30, 1866. 

1.285. Wm. McCandless. of Pennsylvania, Colonel 2d Pennsylvania Reserves, from 

July 21, 1864 ; declined. 

1.286. George H. Chapman, of Indiana, Colonel 3d Indiana Cavalry, from July 

21, 1864; mustered out Jan. 7, 1866. 

1.287. William Grose, of Indiana, Colonel 36th Indiana Volunteers, from July 21, 

1864; resigned Dec. 31, 1865. 

1.288. Joseph A. Cooper, of Tennessee, Colonel 6th Tennessee Volunteers, from 

July 21, 1864; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.289. John T. Croxton, of Kentucky, Colonel 4th Kentucky Volunteers, from 

July 21. 1864; resigned Dec. 26, 1865. 

1.290. John W. Sprague, of Ohio, Colonel of 63d Ohio Volunteers, from July 21, 

1864 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.291. James W. Reilly, of Ohio, Colonel 104th Ohio Volunteers, from July 30, 

1864 ; resigned April 20, 1865. 

1.292. Luther P. Bradley, of Illinois, Colonel 51st Illinois Volunteers, from July 

3'J, 1864 ; resigned June 30, 1865. 

1.293. Charles C. Walcutt, of Ohio, Colonel 46th Ohio Volunteers, from July 30, 

1864 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.294. William W. Belknap, of Iowa, Colonel 15th Iowa Volunteers, from July -30, 

1864 ; mustered out Aue. 24, 1865. 

1.295. Powell Clayton, of Kansas, Colonel 4th Kansas Volunteers, from Aug. 1, 

1864 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.296. Major Joseph A. Haskin, 3d U. S. Artillery, Lieut.-Colonel and Additional 

Aide-de Camp, from Aug. 5, 1864 ; mustered out April 30, 1866. 

1.297. James D. Fessenden, of Maine, Colonel and Additional Aide-de-Camp, 

from Aug. 8, 1864 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.298. Daniel D. Bidwell, of New York, Colonel 49th New York Volunteers, from 

Aug. 11, 1864; killed Oct. 19, 1864. 

1.299. Captain Ely Long, 4th U. S. Cavalry and Colonel 4th Ohio Cavalry, from 

Aug. 18, 1864 : mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.300. Thomas W. Egan, of New York, Colonel 40th New York Volunteers, from 

Sept. 3, 1864; mustered out July 15, 1866. 



288 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

1.301. Joshua B. Howell, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 85th Pennsylvania Volunteers, 

from Sept. 12, 1804 ; died Sept. 14, 1865. 

1.302. Joseph R. Hawley, of Connecticut, Colonel 7th Connecticut Volunteers, 

from Sept. 13, 1864 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.303. William H. Seward, Jr., of New York, Colonel 9th New York Volunteer Ar- 

tillery, from Sept. 13, 1864 ; resigned June 1, 1865. 

1.304. Isaac H. Duval, of West Virginia, Colonel 9th West Virginia Volunteers, 

from Sept. 24, 1864 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.305. John Edwards, of Iowa, Colonel 18th Iowa Volunteers, from Sept. 26, 1864;^ 

mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.306. Thomas A. Smyth, of Delaware, Colonel 1st Delaware Volunteers, from 

Oct. 1, 18()4 : died of wounds April 9, 1865. 

1.307. Ferdinand Van Derveer, of Ohio, Colonel 35th Ohio Volunteers, from Oct. 

4, 1864 ; resigned June 15, 1865. 

1.308. Captain Charles R. Lowell, 6th U. S. Cavalry and Colonel 2d Massachusetts 

Cavalry, from Oct. 19, 1864 ; died of wounds Oct. 20, 1864. 

1.309. William H. Powell, of Ohio, Colonel 2d Virginia Cavalry, from Oct. 19, 

1864 ; resigned Jan. 5, 1865. 

1.310. Thomas C. Devin, of New York, Colonel 6th New York Volunteer Cavalry, 

from Oct. 19, 1864 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.311. Captain Alfred Gibbs, 3d U. S. Cavalry, and Colonel 1st New York Dra- 

goons, from Oct. 19. 1864 ; mustered out Feb. 1, 1866. 

1.312. Captain Ranald S. Mackenzie, Corps of Engineers and Colonel 2d Con- 

necticut Heavy Artillery, from Oct. 19, 1864 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 
1866. 

1.313. Rutherford B. Hays, of Ohio, Colonel 23d Ohio Volunteers, from Oct. 19, 

1864 ; resigned June 8, 1863. 

1.314. James R. Slack, of Indiana, Colonel 47th Indiana Volunteers, from Nov. 10, 

1864 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.315. Thoma3 J. Lucas, of Indiana, Colonel 16th Indiana Mounted Infantry, 

from Nov. 10, 1864 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.316. E. J. Davis, of Texas, Colonel 1st Texas Cavah-y, from Nov. 10, 1864 ; mus- 

tered out Aug. 24. 1865. 

1.317. Joseph Bailey, of Wisconsin, Colonel 4th Wisconsin Cavalry, from Nov. 10, 

1864 ; commission expired March 4, 1865 ; reappointed from Nov. 10, 
1864 ; resigned July 7, 1865. 

1.318. George L. Beal, of Maine, Colonel 29th Maine Volunteers, from Nov. 30, 

1864 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.319. Captain Henry G. Thomas, 11th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 19th U. S. 

Colored Troops, from Nov. 30, 1864 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.320. Cyrus Hamlin, of Maine, Colonel 80th U. S. Colored Troops and Additional 

Aide-de-Camp, from Dec. 3, 1864 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.321. Patrick H. Jones, of New York, Colonel 154th New York Volunteers, from 

Dec. 6, 1864 ; resigned June 17, 1865. 

1.322. John M. Oliver, of Michigan, Colonel 15th Michigan Volunteers, from Jan. 

12, 1865 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.323. R. K. Scott, of Ohio, Colonel 68th Ohio Vohmteers, from Jan. 12, 1865 ; 

resigned July 6, 1868. 

1.324. James S. Robinson, of Ohio, Colonel 82d Ohio Volunteers, from Jan. 12, 

1365 ; mustered out Aug. 31, 1865. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 289 

1.325. B. P. Potts, of Ohio, Colonel 32d Ohio Volunteers, from Jan. 12, 1865 ; 

mustered out Jan. 15, ISfifi. 

1.326. John G. Mitchell, of Ohio, Colonel 113th Ohio Volunteers, from Jan. 12, 

1865 ; resigned July 3, 1865. 

1.327. James A. Williamson, of Iowa, Colonel 4th Iowa Volunteers, from Jan. 13, 

1865 ; mustered out Aug. 24. 1865. 

1.328. N. Martin Curtis, of New York, Colonel 142d New York Volunteers, from 

Jan. 15. 1865 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.329. Charles C. Doolittle, of Michigan, Colonel 18th Michigan Volunteers, from 

Jan. 27, 1865 ; mustered out Nov. .30, 1865. 

1.330. Stephen Thomas, of Vermont, Colonel 8th Vermont Volunteers, from Feb. 

1, 1865 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.331. James J. Gilbert, of Iowa, Colonel 27th Iowa Volunteers, from Feb. 9, 

1865 ; mustered out Aug. 3, 1865. 

1.332. Green B. Raum, of Illinois, Colonel 56th Illinois Volunteers, from Feb. 15, 

1865 ; resigned May 6, 1865. 

1.333. Galusha Penny packer, of Pennsylvania, Colonel 97th Pennsylvania Volun- 

teers, from Feb. 18, 1865 ; resigned April 30, 1866. 

1.334. Carlos J. Stolbrand, of Illinois, Major 2d Illinois Artillery, from Feb. 18, 

1865 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.335. Wager Swayne, of Ohio, Colonel 43d Ohio Volunteers, from March 8, 1865 ; 

promoted Major-General June 20, 1865. 

1.336. Captain Charles Ewing, 13th U. S. Infantry. Lieut.-Colonel and Asst. In- 

spector Volunteers, from March 8. 1865 ; mustered out Dec. 1, 1865. 

1.337. Thomas M. Harris, from West Virginia, Colonel 10th West Virginia Volun- 

teers, from March 29, 1865 ; mustered out April 30, 1866. 

1.338. John H. Ketcham, of New York, Colonel 150th New York Volunteers, fi-om 

April 1, 1865 ; resigned Dec. 2, 1865. 

1.339. Major Frederick T. Dent, 4th U. S. Infantry, Lieut.-Colonel and Aide-de- 

Camp, from April 5, 1865 ; mustered out April 30, 1866. 

1.340. Lafayette C. Baker, of District Columbia, Colonel 1st Cavalry District Co- 

lumbia, from April 26, 1865 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.341. Captain James S. Brisbin, 6th U. S. Cavalry, and Colonel 5th U. S, Col- 

ored Cavalry, from May 1, 1865 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.342. Thomas O. Osborn, of Illinois, Colonel 39th Illinois Volunteers, from May 

1, 1865 ; resigned Sept. 28, 1865. 

1.343. J. H. Potter, Major 19th U. S. Infantry and Colonel 12th New Hampshire 

Volunteers, from May 1, 1865 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.344. Captain James M. Warner, 8th U. S. Infantry, and Colonel 1st Vermont 

Artillery, from May 8, 1865 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1566. 

1.345. Lewis B. Parsons, of Missouri, Colonel and Additional Aide-de-Camp, from 

May 11, 1865 ; mustered out April 30, 1866. 

1.346. Oliver Edwards, of Massachusetts, Colonel .37th Massachusetts Volunteers, 

from May 19, 1865 ; mustered out, Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.347. Joseph E. Hamblin, of New York, Colonel 65th New York Volunteers, from 

May 19, 1865 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.348. Captain James W. Forsyth, 18th U. S. Infantry. Colonel and Asst. Inspec- 

tor-General Volunteers, from May 19, 1865 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.349. Captain Richard H. Jackson, 1st U. S. Artillery, Colonel and Asst. Inspeo- 
, tor-General Volunteers, from May 19, 1865 ; mustered out Feb. 1, 1866. 

XIII.— 13 



290 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

1.350. William Wells, of Vermont, Colonel 1st Vermont Cavalry, from May 19, 

1&65 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.351. Captain Charles H. Morgan, 4th U. S. Artillery, Colonel and Asst. Inspec- 

tor-General Volunteers, from May 19, 1865 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1766. 

1.352. William T. Clark, of Iowa, Colonel and Asst. Adjutant-General U. S. 

Volunteers, from May 31, 1865 ; mustered out Feb. 1. 1866. 

1.353. Henry A. Barnum, of New York, Colonel 149th New York Volunteers, from 

May 31, 1865 ; resigned Jan. 9, 1866. 

1.354. William B. Woods, of Ohio, Colonel 76th Ohio Volunteers, from May 31, 

1865 ; mustered out Feb. 17, 1866. 

1.355. Robert F. Catterson, of Indiana, Colonel 97th Indiana Volunteers, from 

May 31, 1865; mustered out Jan. 15. 1866. 

1.356. Americus V. Rice, of Ohio, Colonel 57th Ohio Volunteers, from May 31, 

1865 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.357. George P. Este, of Ohio, Colonel 14th Ohio Volunteers, from May 31, 1865 ; 

resigned Dec. 4, 1865. 

1.358. Captain Wm. H. Penrose, 33d U. S. Infantry, and Colonel 15th New Jersey 

Volunteers, from May 31, 1865 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.359. James H. Stokes, of New Jersey, Captain and Asst. Adjutant-General, 

from July 20, 1865 ; mustered out Aug. 24, 1865. 

1.360. Francis T. Sherman, of Illinois, Colonel 88th Illinois Volunteers, from July 

21, 1865 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.361. Emerson Opdycke, of Ohio, Colonel 125th Ohio Volunteers, from July 26, 

1865 ; mustered out Jan. 1, 1866. 

1.362. Captain Louis D. Watkins, 5th U. S. Cavaby, and Colonel 6th Kentucky 

Cavalry, from Sept. 25, 1865 ; mustered out Sept. 1, 1866. 

1.363. William Gamble, of Illinois, Colonel 8th Illinois Cavalry, from Sept. 25, 

1865 ; mustered out March 1, 1866. 

1.364. C. H. Van Wyck, of New York, Colonel 56th New York Volunteers, from 

Sept. 27, 1865 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.365. William B. Tibbitts, of New York, Colonel 2lRt New York Volunteer Cav- 

alry, from Oct. 18, 1865 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.366. Morgan H. Chrysler, of New York, Colonel 2d New York Veteran Volunteer 

Cavalry, from Nov. 11, 1865 ; mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. 

1.367. J. A. Dewey, Colonel 111th U. S. Colored Troops, from Nov. 20, 1865 ; mus- 

tered out Jan. 31, 1866. 

Brevet Ra)ik.— 1,170. 

1.368. Col. Amos Beckwith, Add'l Aide-de-Camp U. S. Vols., from Jan. 12, 1865. 

1.369. " John J. Astor, jr., " " " " March 13, " 

1.370. Colonel Norton P. Chipman, Additional Aide-de-Camp 

U. S. Volunteers " " 13, " 

1.371. Colonel John S.Clark. Add'l Aide-de-Camp U.S. Vols., " " 13, " 

1.372. Col. Richard D. Cutts, " " " " " 13, " 

1.373. Colonel W. S. Hillyer, '• " " " " 13, " 

1.374. " Geo. P. Ihrie, " " " " " 13, " 

1.375. Col. Clark B. Lagoon, " " " " " 13, " 

1.376. Colonel Wm. Myers, •' " " " " 13, " 

1.377. " JohnRiggin, " " •' *' " 13, " 

1.378. Col. Geo. D. Ruggles, " " " " " 13, " 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



291 



1.379. Col. Edw'd S. Sanford, Add! Aide-de-Camp U. S. Vols., 

1.380. " J. Wilson Shaffer, " " 

1.381. " Anson Stager, " " " 

1.382. Colonel Daniel T. Van Buren, Additional Aide-de- 

Camp U. S. Volunteers 

1.383. Lieut. -Colonel and Mil. Sec. Adam Badeau, Addi- 

tional Aide-de-Camp U. S. Volunteers 

1.384. Major John A. Bolles, Add'l Aide-de-Camp U. S. Vols., 

1.385. Maj. Thos. T. Eckerc, " " " 
1,3S6. " Wm. P. Jones, " " " 

1.387. " T, J. McKenney, " 

1.388. " Wm. a. MitcheU, " " 

1.389. " William Painter, " " 

1.390. " Wm. R.Rowley, " 

1.391. Major Verplanck Van Antwerp, Additional Aide de- 

Camp U. S. Volunteers 

1.392. Maj. J. L. Van Buren, Add'l Aide-de-Camp U. S. Vols., 

1.393. Capt. Wilson Barstow, " " 

1.394. Colonel Thomas J. Cram, Aide-de-Camp U. S. Vols., 

1.395. Major John F. Anderson, " " 

1.396. " William Cutting, " 

1.397. " Wm. H. Lawrence, " 

1.398. " Wm. M. Wherry, " 

1.399. " H. E. Tremaine, 

1.400. Lt.-Col. Theodore Read, Asst. Adj. -Gen. U. S. Vols., 

1.401. Lieut. -Colonel Andrew J. Alexander, Asst. Adjutant- 

General U. S. Volunteers 

1.402. Lt.-Col. Fred. T. Locke, Asst. Adj. -Gen. U. S. Vol.s., 

1.403. Lieut.-Colonel and Mil. Sec. Ely S. Parker, Asst. Adju- 

tant-General U. S. Volunteers 

1.404. Lt.-Col. Chas. A. Whittier, Asst. Adj. -Gen. U. S. Vols., 

1.405. " Chas. A. Carleton, " 

1.406. Lieut.-Colonel Christian T. Christensen, Asst. Adju- 

tant-General U. S. Volunteers 

1.407. Lt.-Col. George B. Drake, Asst. Adj.-Gen. U. S. Vols., 

1.408. " Jos. S. Fullerton, " " " 

1.409. " O. H. Hart, 

1.410. " John Hough, " " *' 

1.411. " Adam E. King, " " " 

1.412. " H. W. Perkins, 

1.413. *' Lewis Richmond, " " " 

1.414. " E. W. Smith, 

1.415. " Duncan S.Walker, " " " 

1.416. " Francis A.Walker, " " " 

1.417. " Louis E. York, " 

1.418. " Alex. C. McClurg, " " " 

1.419. Maj, John H. Hammond, " " " 

1.420. " Simon F. Barstow, " " " 

1.421. " J, A. Campbell, " " 

1.422. ♦' Henry M. Cist, " " " 



from March 13, 

" 13, 

" " 13, 

" 13, 



1865. 



" April 


9, " 


" July 


17, " 


' March 13, " 


n t( 


13, " 


n .. 


13, « 




13, " 


* '• 


13, " 


' 


13, " 


" Feb. 


13, " 


' April 


2, " 


" 


2, " 


<« c. 


2, " 


i <c 


2, " 


" " 


2, " 


" " 


2, " 


« << 


2, " 


" Nov, 


30, " 


" Sept. 


29, 1864. 


" Jan. 


5, 1865. 


" April 


1, •' 


» 


9, " 


n u 


9, " 


'* arch 13, " 




13, " 


it t( 


13, " 


(t ki 


13, " 


4; n 


13, " 




13, " 


U iC 


13, " 


" '« 


13, " 


" " 


13, " 


" " 


13, " 


u a 


13 " 


u <i 


13', " 


n <•>. 


13, " 


" Sept. 


18, " 


" Oct. 


31, 1864, 


" March 13, 1865, 


" '« 


13, - 


ti it 


13, " 



292 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



I,4'i3. Maj. Wm. Hyde Clarke, Asst. Adj.-Geu. U. S. Vols., 

1.424. " Joseph Dickinson, " '' " 

1.425. '■ L. G. E.'tes, 

1,426 " Charles G. Halpine, " 

1.427. " Charles Hamlin, " 

1.428. " Hiram C. Rogers, " " " 

1.429. " W. Radvvood Price, " " 

1.430. " Walter B. Scates, " " 

1.431. " Alex. Von Schrader, " " " 
1,43-2. " G. P. Thruston, " " " 

1.433. " Chas. H. Whittelsey, " " " 

1.434. Major Maxwell V, L. Woodhull, Asst. Adjutant-Gen- 

eral U. S. Volunteers 

1.435. Major Charles Mundee, Asst. Adj. -Gen. U. S. Vols., 

1.436. '• Hazard Stevens, " " " 

1.437. " Wm. H. Morgan, " " " 

1.438. Capt. G. H. McKibbin, " " '' 

1.439. " E. B. Harlan. " " 

1.440. Lt.-Col. Peter S. Michie, Asst. Insp.-Gen. U. S. Vols., 

1.441. " Wm. Hartsuff, 

1.442. Lieut.-Colonel Andrew Hickenlooper, Asst. Inspector - 

General U. S. Volunteers 

1.443. Lt.-Col.Wm.H.Thurston, Asst. Insp. Gen, U.S Vols., 
1,414. " Wm. E. Strong, " " " 

1.445. " H'y C. Bankhead, " " " 

1.446. Maj. Henry L. Burnett, Judge- Advocate U. S. Vols., 

1.447. " H. H. Bingham, 

1.448. Col. George S, Dodge, U. S. Vol. Quartermaster Dept., 

1.449. " Herman Biggs, " " " 

1.450. " Jas. A. Ekin, ' 

1.451. Colonel Richard N. Batchelder, U. S. Volunteer Quar- 

termaster Department 

1.452. Colonel Marshall J. Ludington, TJ. S. Volunteer Quar- 

termaster Department 

1.453. Colonel W. L. James, U. S. Vol. Quartermaster 

Deptartment 

1.454. Colonel Roeliff Brinkerhof, U. S. Volunteer Quarter- 

master Department 

1.455. Lieut.-Colonel James T. Conklin, U. S. Volunteer 

Quartermaster Department . . 

1.456. Lieut.-Colonel Wm. G. LeDuc, U. S. Volunteer Quar- 

termaster Department 

1.457. Lt.-Col. Jas. Duulap, U. S. Vol. Quartermaster Dept., 

1.458. Lieut.-Colonel Charles B. Norton, U. S. Volunteer 

Quartermaster Department 

1.459. Capt. Joseph F. Boyd. TJ. S. Vol. Quartermaster Dept., 

1.460. Captain S. Lockwood Brown, U, S. Volunteer Quar- 

termaster Department 

1.461. Captain J. J. Elwell, U. S. Vol. Quartermaster Dept , 
1,562. Capt. Chas. H. Hoyt, " " 



rom Marc' 


ii 13, 1865. 


<< 


13, " 


" " 


13. " 


a u 


13, " 


41 U 


13, " 


U (( 


13, " 


" " 


13, " 


" " 


13, " 


" " 


13, " 


»i U 


13, " 


" " 


13, " 


.< u 


13, " 


" April 


2, " 


" " 


2, " 


H <4 


20, " 


" Dec. 


2, 1864. 


" March 13, 1865. 


" Jan. 


1, " 


k( u 


24, " 


" March 13, " 


it u 


13, " 


" " 


21, " 


" April 


1, " 


" March 13, " 


" April 


9, " 


" Jan. 


15, " 


" March 8, " 


" " 


8, " 


" " 


13, " 


- " 


13, " 


U i4 


1, 1866. 


" Sept. 


20, " 


" March 13, 1865. 


w u 


13, " 


" " 


13, " 


<( 


13, " 


" " 


13, " 


U >( 


13, " 


" " 


13, " 


i( u 


13, " 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



293 



1,463. 

1,464. 
1,465. 

1,466. 

1,467. 

1,468. 

1,469. 

1,470. 
1,471. 
1,472. 

1,473. 

1,474. 

1,475. 

1,476. 

1,477. 

1,478. 
1,479. 
1,480. 
1,481. 
1,482. 
1,483. 
1,484. 
1,485. 

1,486. 

1,487. 
1,488. 
1,4S9. 
1,490. 
1,491. 
1,492. 
1,493. 
1,494. 
1,495. 
1,496. 
1.497. 
1,498. 



Captain Andrew J. Mackay, TJ. S. Volunteer Quarter- 
master Department from 

Capt. S. H. Manning, U. S. Vol. Quartermaster Dept., •' 

Captain Reese M. Newport, U. S. Volunteer Quarter- 
master Department " 

Captain Henry L. Robinson, U. S. Volunteer Quarter- 
master Department " 

Captain George V. Rutherford, U. S. Volunteer Quar- 
termaster Department " 

Captain R. C. Rutherford, U. S. Volunteer Quarter- 
master Department " 

Captain Henry M. Whittlesey, TJ. S. Volunteer Quar- 
termaster Department " 

Capt. George D. Wise, U. S. Vol. Quartermaster Dept. , " 

" Jas.F.Rusling, " " " " 

Lieut.-Colonel John C. Cox, Volunteer Commissary 

Subsistence Department " 

Lieut.-Colonel G. W. Balloch, Volunteer Commissary 

Subsistence Department " 

Lieut.-Colonel D. Remick, Volunteer Commissary Sub- 
sistence Department " 

Lieut.-Colonel Daniel D. Wiley, Volunteer Commis- 
sary Subsistence Department " 

Lieut.-Colonel Thomas Wilson, Volunteer Commissary 

Subsistence Department " 

Lieut.-Colonel Joseph S. Smith, Volunteer Commissary 

Subsistence Department " 

Capt. Francis Darr, Vol. Commissary Subsistence Dep., " 

Ma], B. Rush Cowen, Add'l Paymaster U. S. Vols " 

" John B. Dennis, " " '' '' 

" Matthew McE wen, Surgeon U. S Volunteers. .. " 

Col. Benj. F. Fisher, Chief Signal Officer TJ. S. Vols.. " 

Lt.-Col. Jonathan P. Cilley, 1st Regt. Maine Vol. Cav., " 

" Andrew B. Spaulding, 2d Regt. Me. " " 

Colonel Russell B. Shepherd, 1st Regiment Maine Vol- 
unteer Heavy Artillery " 

Lieut.-Colonel Thomas H. Talbot, 1st Regiment Maine 

Volunteer Heavy Artillery " 

Lt.-Col. Jas, A. Hall, 1st Bat'n Maine Vol. Light Art., " 

Colonel Thomas W. Hyde, 1st Regt. Maine Vol. Inf., " 

" George Varney, 2d " " " 

" Charles W. Roberts, 2d " " " 

" Clark S. Edwards, 5th " " " 

" John D. Rust, Sth " " " 

'' Henry Boynton, 8th " " " 
" Wm. M. McArthur, 8th " " 

" Geo. Fred. Granger, 9th '* " " 

" Jonathan A. Hill, 11th " " " 

Lt.-Col. Chas. P. Baldwin, llth " " " 

Colonel WUliam R.Kimball, 12th '« " " 



March 


1 13, 1865. 
13, " 


" 


13. " 


u 


13, " 


(( 


13, " 


- 


13, " 


Feb. 


13, " 
13, " 
16, 1866. 


July 


4, 1863. 


March 13, 1S65. 


" 


13, " 


« 


13, " 


" 


13, " 


July 11, " 

March 13, " 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

June 2, " 

March 26, " 



'» 13, 

" 13, 

7, 

April 2, 

March 13, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

June 12, 

April 9, 

1, 

March 13, 



294 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



1,499. 
1,500. 
1,501. 
1,502. 
1,503. 
1,504. 
1,.5(I5. 
1,506. 
1,507. 
1,508. 
1,509. 
1.510. 
1,511. 
1,512. 
1,513. 

1,514. 
1,515. 
1,516. 
1,517. 
1,518. 
1,519. 
1,520. 
1,521. 
1,522. 
1,523. 
1,524. 
1,525. 
1,526. 
1,527. 
1.528. 
1,529. 
1,530. 
1,531. 
1,532. 
1.533. 
1,534. 

1,535. 
1,536. 
1,537. 
1,538. 
1,539. 
1,540. 
1,541. 
1,542. 

1,543. 
1.544. 
1,545. 



13th Regt. Maine Vol. Inf., from 
15th 



Colonel Henry Rust, Jr, 

" Isaac Dyer, 
Lt.-Col. Benj. B. Murray, 15th ' 

Colonel Charles W. Tilden, 16th ' 

" George W. West, 17th ♦ 

" Chas. P. Mattocks, 17th ' 

Lt-Col. William Hobson, 17th ' 

Colonel Francis Heath, 19th ' 

" Isaac W. Starbird, 19th • 

" Elias Spear, 20th • 

" Thos. H. Hubbard, 30th ' 

Lt.-Col. Geo. W. Randall, 30th ' 

Colonel Daniel White, 31st ' 

" Mark P. Wentworth, .32d ' 

Lieut. -Colonel John Marshall Brown 

Maine Volunteer Infantry 

Colonel John L. Thompson, Ist Regt. N. H. Vol. Cav., 

" Joab N. Patterson, 2d Regt. N. H. Vol. Inf., 



Begi 



2d 
3d 
7th 
9th 

10th 



13th 
14th 
14th 

18th 



Lt.-Col. Frank S. Fiske, 
Colonel John Bedel, 

" Joseph C. Abbott, 

" Herbert B. Titus, 
Col. Michael T. Donohoe, 
Lieut. -Col. John Coughlin, 10th 
Colonel Walter Harriman, 11th 

" Aaron F. Stevens, 

" Alex. Gardiner, 
Capt. Theodore A. Ripley, 
Colonel J. M. Clough, 

" Chas. P. Stonghton, 4th Regt. Vt. Inf. Vols., 

" George P. Foster, 4th 

" John R. Lewis, 5th 
Lieut.-Col. Asa P. Blunt, 6th 
Colonel Edward H. Ripley, 9th 

" William W. Henry, 10th 

" Horace B. Sargent, 1st Regt. Mass. Vol. Cav., 
Lieut. -Colonel Samuel E. Chamberlain, 1st Regiment 

Massachusetts Volunteer Cavalry 

Lieut.-Col. Greely S. Curtis, 1st Regt. Mass. Vol. Cav., 
Col. Casper Crowninshield, 2d 
" Thomas E. Chickering, 3d 
Major S. Tyler Reed, 3d 

Colonel Francis Washburn, 4th 
Col. Horatio Jenkins, Jr., 4th 
Col. H'y S. Russel, 5th Colored Regt. Mass. Vol Cav., 
Colonel Chas. F. Adams, Jr., 5th Colored Regiment 

Massachusetts Volunteer Cavalry 

Col. Jones Frankle. 2d Regt. Mass. Vol. Heavy Art., 
" Wm. S. Abert, 3d " " " 

" Wm. S. King, 4th " " 



March 13, 1865. 


'• 


1'^, 


" 


fi 


13, 
1.3, 


" 


Dec. 


2, 


1864. 


March 13, 


1865. 


April 


6, 


" 


March 13, 


" 


" 


13, 


" 


" 


1.3, 


" 


June 


30, 


" 


March 13, 


" 


" 


13, 


" 


(( 


13, 

13, 
13, 
13, 
1.3, 
13, 


" 


Jan. 


5, 


" 


March 13, 


'« 


" 


13, 


" 


April 


9, 


«» 


March 13, 


" 


Dec. 


8, 


1864. 


Sept. 


19, 


" 


March 13, 


1865 


" 


3, 


" 


«' 


13, 


n 


Aug. 


1, 


1864. 


March 13, 


1865. 


'• 


13, 


" 


Aug. 


1, 


1864. 


March 7, 


1865. 


" 


21, 


1864, 


Feb. 


24, 


1865. 


March 13, 


" 


" 


13, 


" 


" 


13, 


" 


" 


13, 


'• 


April 


6, 


" 


March 13, 


" 


" 


13, 


it 


u 


13, 


(( 


Sept. 


3, 


»4 


March 13, 


" 


" 


13, 


" 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



295 



1.546. Colonel Win. Cosrgswell, 2d Regt. Mass, Vol. Inf., 

1.547. " Thomas D. Johns, 7th " " 

1.548. Col. Patrick Robert Guiney, 9th " " 

1.549. Colonel William Blai.'^del), 11th 

1.550. " Thos. H. Dunham, 11th " 

1.551. " George H. Ward, 15th " " 

1.552. " Thos. J. C. Amory, 17th " " 

1.553. '* Arthur F.Devereux,19Lh " ♦» 

1.554. Col. Wm. Raymond Lee, 20th " " 

1.555. Colonel Francis W. Palfrey, 20th " " 

1.556. " PaulJoseph Revere, 20th " " 

1.557. Lt.-Col. Arthur R. Curtis, 20th " " 

1.558. Maj. Henry Lyman Patten, 20th " " 

1.559. Colonel George P. Hawkes, 21st " " 

1.560. " William S. Tilton, 22d " " 

1.561. Lt.-Col. Thos. Shervvin, Jr., 22d " " 

1.562. Colonel Francis A. Osborn, 24th " " 

1.563. Lt.-Col. Albert Ordway, 24th " " 
1,504. " Rob't H. Stevenson, 24th *' " 
1,565. Colonel Josiah Pickett, 25th " •' 
1,586. " Edward F. Jones, 26th " ♦' 

1.567. " Horace C. Lee, 27th " " 

1.568. Lt.-Col. Luke Lyman, 27th " " 

1.569. Col. Nathan A. M. Dudley, .SOth 

1,510. Lt.-Col. Francis H.Whittier, .SOth »' " 

1.571. Col. J. Gushing Edmonds, 32d " " 

1.572. " George L. Prescott, 32d " " 

1.573. Lieut.-Coloncl Luther Stephenson, Jr., 32d Regiment 

Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry 

1.574. Lieut. -Colonel James A. Cunningham, 32d Regiment 

Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry 

1.575. Colonel George D. Wells, 34th Regt. Maps. Vol. Inf., 

1.576. " William S. Lincoln, 34th " 

1.577. " Sumner Carruth, 35th *' 

1.578. Lt.-Col. Wm. F. Draper, .36th " 

1.579. Lt.-Col. Arthur A. Goodell, 36th " 

1.580. Colonel Timothy Ingraham, 38th " 

1.581. " Charles L. Pierson, 39th " 

1.582. " Guy V. Henry, 40th " 

1.583. Colonel Augustus B. R. Sprague, 51st Regiment Massa- 

chusetts Volunteer Infantry 

1.584. Colonel John W. Kimball, 5od Regt. Mass. Vol. Inf., 

1.585. Colonel Edward N. Hallowell, .54th Regiment Massa- 

chusetts Colored Volunteer Infantry 

1.586. Colonel Alfred S. Hart well, 55th Regiment Massachu- 

setts Colored Volunteer Infantry . . 

1.587. Col. Stephen M. Weld, Jr., 56th Regt. Mass. Vol. Inf., 

1.588. Colonel Napoleon B. McLaughlin, 57tb Regiment Mas- 

sachusetts Volunteer Infantry 

1.589. Colonel Ansell D. Wass, 60th Regt. Mass. Vol. Inf. , 



rom Dec. 


15, 


1864. 


'• March 13, 


1865. 


" '• 


13, 


" 


" June 


23, 


1864. 


" March 13, 


1865. 


" July 


2, 


1863. 


" Oct. 


7, 


1864. 


" March l.S, 


1865. 


" " 


13, 
13, 


i. 


" July 


2, 


" 


" March 13, 


" 


" Sept. 


10, 


1864. 


" March 13, 


1S65. 


" Sept. 


9, 


1864. 


" March 13, 


186.5. 


u u 


13, 


" 


" " 


13, 


" 


«. a 


13. 


<< 


ti u 


13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 


"' 


" Jan. 


19, 


1865. 


" March 13, 


" 


" '* 


13, 


«i 


" June 


18, 


1S64. 


" March 13, 


1865. 


" April 


1, 


» 


" Oct. 12, 


1864. 


*' June 


2:3, 


1865. 


" April 


2, 


" 


" March 13, 


'' 


" " 


13, 


u 


" Oct. 


2, 


<« 


" March 13, 


" 


" Oct. 


28, 


1864. 


" March 13. 


1565. 


" " 


13, 


" 



June 27, " 

Dec. 30, 1864. 
March 13, 1865. 

Sept. 30, 1804. 
March 13, 1865. 



296 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



1,590. 
1,591. 



1,594 

1,595. 

1,596. 
1,597. 
1,598. 
1,599. 
1,600. 
1,601. 
1,602. 
1,603. 

1,604. 

1,605. 
1,606. 
1,607. 

1,608. 

1,609. 
1,610. 
1,611. 
1,612. 
1,613. 
1,614. 
1,613. 
1,616. 
1,617. 
1.618. 
1.619. 
1,620. 
1,621. 
1,622. 
1,623. 
1,624. 
1,625. 
1,626. 
1,627. 
1,628. 
1,629. 
1,630. 
1,631. 



Colonel Charles F. Walcott, 61st Regt. Mass. Vol. Inf., from April 
Colonel Charles H. Tompkins, 1st Regiment Rhode 

Island Volunteer Light Artillery " Aug. 

Major John G. Hazard, 1st Regiment Rhode Island 

Volunteer Light Artillery " March 

Colonel Charles R. Brayton, .3d Regiment Rhode Island 

Volunteer Heavy Artillery " " 

Colonel William Ames, 3d Regiment Rhode Island 

Volunteer Heavy Artillei-y : " " 

Lieut.-Colonel Geo. W. Tew, JSth Regiment Rhode Is- 
land Volunteer Heavy Artillery " " 

Major Joseph P. Balch, 1st Regt, R. I. Vol. Inf., " " 

" William Goddard, 1st *' " " " 

Colonel Horatio Rod gers, Jr., 2d " " " " 

" Wm. H. P. Steers, 4th " " " " 

" Erastns Blakeslee, 1st Regt. Conn. Vol. Cav., " " 

" Brayton Ives, 1st " " " " 

" Edw'd W. Whitaker, 1st " " " 
Colonel James Hubbard, 2d Regiment Connecticut 

Volunteer Heavy Artillery " April 

Colonel Alfred P. Rockwell, 6th Regt. Conn. Vol. Inf., " March 
" John L. Otis, 10th " " " 
" Edwin S. Greeley, 10th " " " " 
Lieut.-Colonel Ellsworth D. S. Goodyear, 10th Regi- 
ment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry '* April 

Colonel Griffin A. Steadman, Jr., 11th Regiment Con- 
necticut Volunteer Infantry " Aug. 

Lieut.-Col. Frank H. Peck, 12th Regt. Conn. Vol. Inf., " Sept. 

Colonel Theodore G. Ellis, 14th " " " March 

Major James B. Coit, 14th " * " " 

Colonel Wm. H. Noble, 17th " " " 

" William C. Ely, 18th " " " " 

" Samuel Ross, 20th " " " April 

" Arthur H. Button, 21st " " " May 

Col. Alonzo W. Adams, 1st Reg't N. Y. Vol. Cav., " March 

" Alanson M. Randol, 2d " " " June 

Major Edwin P. Cook, 2d " " " March 

Col. John Hammond, Sth " " •' " 

" Charies L. Fitzhugh, 6th " " " " 

" Edmond M. Pope, 8th " " " " 

Lt.-Col.Wm. H. Benjamin, 8th " •' " " 

Col. Wm. H. Sackett, 9th " " " June 

" George S. Nichols, 9th " " " March 

" Matthew H. Avery, 10th " " " " 

Lt.-Colonel Wm. Irvine, ICth " " " " 

Col. Henry S. Gansevoort, 13th " " " June 

" Nelson B. Sweitzer, 16th " " '• March 

Lt.-Col.Chas. Fitzsimraons, 21st " " " " 

Col. Walter C. Newberry, 24th " " " " 

Lt,-Col. Ferris Jacobs, Jr., 26th " " " " 



1865. 
1864. 
1865. 



5, 


1864. 


19, 


" 


13, 


1865. 


13, 


" 


13, 


" 


13, 


" 


13, 


" 


16, 


1S64. 


13, 


1S65. 


24, 


" 


13, 


u 


13, 


" 


13, 


'« 


13, 


<( 


13, 


«' 


10, 


1864. 


13, 


1865. 


13, 


" 


13, 


" 


24, 


1864. 


13, 


1865. 


13, 


" 


31, 


" 


13, 


'< 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



297 



1,632. 

1,633. 

1,634. 

1,635. 

1,636. 

1,637. 

1,638. 

1,639. 

1,640. 

1,641. 

1,642. 

1,643. 

1,644. 

1,645. 

1,646. 

1,647. 

1,648. 
1,649. 
1,650. 
1,651. 
1,652. 
1,653. 
1,654. 

1,655. 



1.6.57. 
1,658. 
1,659. 
1,660. 
1,661. 
1,662. 



Colonel TUos. J. Thorp, 1st BegimentNew York Volun- 
teer Dragoons from March 13, 1865. 

Lieut.-Colonel Rufus Scott, 1st Regiment New York 
Volunteer Dragoons. " " 13, " 

Colonel Edwin V. Sumner, Ist Regiment New York 
Volunteer Mounted Rifles " " 28, " 

Colonel .John S. Platner, 1st Regiment New York Vol- 
unteer Veteran Cavalry " " 13, " 

Colonel Charles S. Wainwright, 1st Regiment New 
York Volunteer Light Artillery " Aug. 1, 1864. 

Lieut.-Colonel Edward R. Warner, 1st Regiment New 
York Volunteer Light Artillery " April 9,1865. 

Colonel Joseph N. G-. Whistler, 2d Regiment New York 
Volunteer Heavy Artillery " March 13, " 

Lieut.-Colonel Thomas R. Allcock, 4th Regiment New 
York Volunteer Heavy Artillery " " 13, " 

Colonel Samuel Graham, 5th Regiment New York 
Volunteer Heavy Artillery " " 13, *' 

Lieut.-Colonel Edward Murray. 5th Regiment New 
York Volunteer Heavy Artillery " " 13, " 

Colonel J. Howard Kitching, 6th Regiment New York 
Volunteer Heavy Artillery " Aug. 1, 1864. 

Colonel Joseph J. Morrison, 16th Regiment New York 
Volunteer Heavy Artillery " March 13, 1865. 

Lieut. -Colonel Thomas J. Strong, 16th Regiment New 
York Volunteer Heavy Artillery " " 13, " 

Colonel Edward W. Serrell, 1st Regiment New York 
Volunteer Engineers " " 13, " 

Colonel James F.Hall, 1st RegimentNew York Volun- 
teer Engineers " Feb. 24, " 

Lieut.-Colonel Ira Spaulding, 50th Regiment New 
York Volunteer Engineers " April 9, " 

Colonel J. Fred. Pierson, 1st Regt. N. Y. Vol. Inf., " March 13, " 
Sidney W. Park, 2d " " " " 13, " 

" John E. Mulford, 3d " " " July 4, 1864. 

Major T. Ellery Lord, 3d " " " March 13, 1865. 

Colonel John D. McGregor, 4th " " " " 13, " 

" Hiram Duryea, 5th " " " " 13, " 

Captain Paul A. Oliver, 5th Regiment New York Vet- 
eran Volunteer Infantry " " 8, " 

Colonel William Wilson, 6th Regt. N. Y. Vol. Infantry, " " 13, " 
" George W. Von Schaak, 7th Regiment New 
York Veteran Volunteers " " 1.3, " 

Colonel Rush C. Hawkins, 9th Regt. N. Y. Vol. Inf., " " 13, " 

John E. Bendix, 10th " " " " 13, " 

Joseph Howland, 16th " " " " 13, " 

" Joel J. Seaver, 16th " " " " 13, " 

" Henry S. Lansing, 17th " " " " 13, " 

Lieut.-Colonel Edward Jardine, 17th Regiment New 
York Veteran Volunteer Infantry " Nov. 2, " 

13* 



298 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



1,663. Colonel George R. Myers, ISth Regt. X. Y. 


Vol. Inf.. from March 13, l&(i5. 


1,664. " Baron Ernest Von Vegesack, 20th Regiment 






New York Volunteer Infantry 




t( (1 


13, " 


1,665. Colonel William P. Rogers, 2l8tRegt. N. Y. 


Vol. Inf., 


u 


13, " 


1,666. " Walter Phelps, Jr., 22d 




" " 


13, " 


1,667. " Henry C. Hoffman, 2.3d " 




" " 


13, " 


1,668. Col. Charles A. Johnson, 25th •' 




" " 


13, " 


1,669. " William H. Christian, 26th 




II (> 


13, » 


1,670. " Francis E. Pinto, 32d " 




" " 


13, " 


1,671. " Byron Lafflin, 34th " 




" " 


13, " 


1,672. " S. B. Hayman, 37th 




ii u 


13, " 


1,673. " Joseph Gerhardt, 46th "• 




" " 


13, " 


1,674. " William B. Barton, 48th " 




" " 


13, " 


1,675. " Charles W. Le Gendre, 51st 




" " 


13, " 


1,676. " John G. Wright, 51st " 




" " 


13, " 


1,677. " Paul Frank, 52d 




1( it 


13, « 


1,678. " Eugene A. Kozlay. 54th 




" " 


13, " 


1,679. " WaldimirKryzanowski, 58th " 




" " 


2, " 


1.680. " William A. Olmsted, 59th 




" April 


9, " 


1,681. Lt.-Col. Lester S. Wilson, 60th 




" March 13. •' 


1,682. Colonel George W. Scott, 61st " 




" " 


13, " 


1,683. Lt.-Col. R. C. Bentley, 63d 




" " 


13, " 


1,684. " WilUam Glenny, 64th 




" " 


13, " 


1,685. Col. Henry C. Fisk, 65th 




" April 


6, " 


1,686. " Joseph C. Pinckney, 66th " 




" March 13, " 


1.687. Lt.-Col. John S. Hammell, 66th 




" " 


13, " 


1,688. Colonel Felix Piince Salm Salm, 68th Regiment New 






York Volunteer Infantry 




" April 


1,3. IRfi.'i. 


1,689. Colonel Robert Nugent, 69th Regt. N. Y 


Vol. Inf., 


" March 13, " 


1,690. Lieut.-Col. Thomas Holt, 70th 


" 


'• " 


13. " 


1,691. Colonel Wm. R. Brewster, 73d " 


" 


•' Dec. 


2,1864 


1,692. Lieut. -Colonel Willoughby Babcock, 75th 


Regiment 






New York Volunteer Infantry 




" Sept. 


19. » 


1,693. Col. Wm. P. Wainwright, 76th Regt. N. Y 


Vol. Inf., 


" March 13, 1865. 


1,694. Lt.-Col. Winser B. French, 77th " 


" 


.< u 


13, " 


1,695. Col, Addison Farnsworth, 79th " 


" 


" Sept. 


27, " 


1,696. " David Moirison, 79th " 


•' 


" March 13, " 


1,697. Lt.-Col. Samuel M. Elliott, 79th 


" 


«« (i 


13, *' 


1,698. Col. Theodore B. Gates, 80th 


♦• 


«« u 


13, '• 


1,699. " Jacob B. Hardenbergh, 80th " 


♦' 


tl «i 


13, «' 


1.700. Lt.-Col. David B. White, 81st " 


ct 


" " 


13. " 


1,701. Major Allen Rutherford, 83d " 


•' 


(1 u 


13, " 


1,702. Col. Edward B. Fowler, 84th 


" 


" '* 


13, " 


1,70.3. " Enrico Fardella, 85th 


it 


K ;i 


13, '♦ 


1,704. " Harrison S. Fairchild, 89th " 


" 


" " 


13, « 


1,705. Lt.-Col. Nelson Schaurman, 90th 


" 


U 4t 


13, " 


1,706. Col. Jonathan Tarbell, 91st 


" 


(. <i 


13, " 


1,707. " John S. Crocker, 9.3d 


" 


it 44 


13, " 


1.708. Major Ambrose L. Cassidy, 93d " 


" 


4i 44 


13, » 


1,709. " Samuel McConihe, 93d 


it 


44 .i 


18, " 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



299 



1,710. Major Stephen Moffitt, 


96thRegt.N. Y. Vol. Inf.,1 


from March 13, 1865. 


1,711. «' Charles Wheelock, 


97th 


" Aug. 9, 1864. 


1,712. " John P. Spofford, 


97th 


" March 13, 1865. 


1,713. " George B. Dandy, 


100th 


" " 13, " 


1,714. Lt.-Col. Calvin N. Otis, 


100th " " 


" 13, " 


1,715. Col. Thos. B. Van Buren, 


102d 


" " 13, " 


1,716. " William Heine, 


103d 


" " 13, " 


1,717. Colonel Baron F. W. Von E.eloffstein, 103d Regiment 




New York Volunteer Infantrv . . 


" 13, " 


1,718. Col. Alexander S. Diven, 


107th Regt. N. Y. Vol. Inf., 


" Aug. 30,1862. 


1,719. " Miron M. Crane, 


107th 


" March 13, 1865. 


1,720. " Oliver H. Palmer, 


108th 


u w 13^ u 


1,721. " Benjamin F. Tracy, 


109th 


" " 13, '♦ 


1,722. " DeWittC.Littlejohn, 


, 110th 


" 13, " 


1,723. Col. Clinton D.McDotigall, 111th 


" Feb. 25, " 


1,724. Col. Samuel R. Per Lee, 


114th 


" March 13, " 


1,725. Lt.-Col. Henry B. Morse, 


114th 


'« 13, «' 


1,726. Col. George M. Love, 


116th 


7, " 


1,727. " William R. Pease, 


117th " *' 


" " 13, " 


1,728. " Rufus Daggett, 


117th 


" Jan. 15, " 


1,729. " George F. Nichols, 


118th 


" March 13. " 


1,7.30. " John T. Lockman, 


119th 


" 13, " 


1,731. " Richard Franchot, 


121st 


" 13, " 


1,7S2. " James C. Rogers, 


123d 


" 13, " 


1,733. " A. Van Horn Ellis, 


124th 


" July 2, 1863. 


1,734. " William Gurney, 


127th 


" May 19, 186.5. 


1,735. " James Smith, 


128th 


" March 13, " 


1,736. " Nicholas W. Day, 


131st 


" 13, " 


1,7.57. Lt.-Col. Geo. H. Hitchcoci 


:, 132d 


" June 28, " 


1,738. " Anthony J. Allaire, 133d " " 


" March 18, " 


1,739. Col. Samuel H. Roberts, 


139th 


" Oct. 28, 1864. 


1,740. Lt.-Col. Thomas Mulcahy, 


139th 


" March 13, 1865. 


1,741. " Elwell S. Otis, 


140th 


" 13, " 


1,742. " AndV J. McNett, 


141st 


" July 28, 1866. 


1,743. Col. Roscius W, Judson, 


142d 


" March 13, 1865. 


1,744. " Albert M. Barney, 


142d 


" 11, " 


1,745. " Horace Boughton, 


143d 


" " 13, " 


1,746. " James Grmdlay, 


146th 


'• " 13, » 


1,747. " John B. Murray, 


148th 


" " 1.3. " 


1,748. •' Alfred B. Smith, 


150th 


u .. 13^ c. 


1,749. Lt.-Col. James E. Curtis, 


1.52d 


" " 13, " 


1,7.50. Col. Edwin P. Davis, 


153d 


" Oct. 19.1864. 


1,751. " Jacob Sharpe, 


156th " 


" March 13, 1865. 


1,752. Lt.-Col. Alfred Nealie, 


156th 


" " 13. " 


1,753. Col. Wm. H. McNary, 


loSth " 


" 13, '* 


1,754. Lt.-Col. Wm. B. Kinsey, 


161st 


.. .: 13^ .. 


1,755. Col. Lewis Benedict, 


162d 


•' April 9, 1864. 


1,756. " Justus W. Blanchard 


, 162d 


" March 1.3, 1865. 


1,7.57. Lt.-Col. Wm. De Lacey, 


164th 


« » 13^ » 


1,758. Major FeUx Agnus, 


165th 


.. " 13, " 



300 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



1,759, 
1,7«0. 
1.761. 
1,762. 

1,763. 
1,764. 
1,765. 
1,766. 
1,767. 
1,768. 
1,76!». 
1,770. 
1,771. 
1.772. 
1,773. 

1,774. 
1.775. 
1,776, 
1,777. 
1,778. 
1,779. 
1,780. 
1,781. 
1,782. 
1,783. 
1,784. 
1,785. 
1,786. 

1,787. 

1,788. 
1.789. 
1,790. 
1,791. 
1,792. 
1,793. 
1,794. 
1,795. 
1,796. 
1,197. 
1,798. 
1,799. 
1,800. 
1,801. 
1,802. 
1,803. 
1,804. 



Col. Alonzo Alden, 169th Regt. N. Y. Vol. Inf., 

" John McConihe, 169th 

Lt.-Col. Wm. M. Green, 173d " '^ 
Lieut.-Colonel3Iellen T. Holbrook, 173d Regiment New 
York Yohmteer Infantry 

Lt.-Col. John A. Foster, 175th Regt. N. Y. Vol. Inf., 

Col. William M. Gregg, 179th 
" Gustavus Sniper, 185th " " 
'< Bradley Winslow, 186th " 
" John McMahon, ISSth " " 
'• John V. "Van Tetten, 193d " " 
" Charles Roome, 37th Regiment N. Y. S. M 

Lt.-Col. Walter R. Robbins. 1st Regt. N. J. Vol. Cav., 

Col. Jonah Karge, 2d " " 

" Ale.x. C. M. Pennington, 3d " " 

Lt.-Col. Wm. P. Robeson, Jr., 3d Regiment Xew Jer- 
sey Volunteer Cavalry 

Col. Edward L. Campbell, 4th Regt. N. J. Vol, Inf., 

Major David Vickers, 4th " " 

Col. George C. Burling, 6th " " 

" Louis R. Francine, 7th " " 

" Francis Price, 7th " " 

" James Stewart, Jr., 9th " " 

" John William, 12th " " 

" Ezra A. Carman, 13th " " 

" William S. Truex, 14th " " 

Lt.-Col. Caldwell K. Hall, 14th " 

" Jos. C. Jnckson, 26th " 

" Edward W. West, 33d " " 

Colonel William Hudson Laurence, 34th Regiment 
New Jersey Volunteer Infantry 

Lt.-Col. Timothy C. Moore, 34th Regiment Kew Jersey 

Volunteer Infantry- 

Col. E. Burd Grubb, 23d and 3Tth Regt. N. J. Vol. Inf., 
" Abram C. Wildrick, 39th 



" John P. Taylor, 
" Richard B. Price 
" S. B. M. Young, 
Lt.-Col. William E. Doster, 
Col. Robert M. West, 
" Charles L. Leiper, 
" Chas. C. McCormick, 
" Pennock Huey, 
" Thomas J. Jordon, 
" Samuel P. Spear, 
" Franklin A. Stratton, 
" Marcus A. Reno, 
Lt.-Col. Jas. A. Congdon, 
Col. William J. Palmer, 
Lt.-Col. John R. Robison, 



1st Regt. Penn. Vol. Cav., 

2d 

4th 

4th 

5th " " 

6th 

7th 

8th " 

9th " " 

11th 
nth 

12th " 

12th " 

15th " " 

16th " 



from Jan. 15,1865. 
" June 1. lSfi4. 
" May 14, " 

" March 13, 1865. 

" Sept. 28, " 

" April 2, " 

" March 13, " 

" April 2, " 

" June 30, " 

" March 13, " 

" 13, •' 

" 13, " 

" " 13, " 

" July 15, '• 

" April 1, " 

" June 2, " 

" March 13, " 

" 13, " 

" July 2, 1SG3, 

" March 13. 18C5, 

•' 13, ■•' 

" April 9, " 

" March 13, " 

" April 2, " 

" March 13, " 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

" " 13, " 

" April 2, " 

" Aug, 4, '* 

" March 13, " 

" April 9, " 

" March 13, " 

" April 1, " 

" March 13, " 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

" Feb. 25, " 

" March 13, "j 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

" Nov. 6, 1864, 

" March 13, 1865. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



301 



1.805. Colonel Theophilus F. Rodenbough, 18th Regiment 

Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry from April 

1.806. Col. Alexander Cummings, 19th Regt. Penn. Vol. Cav., " 

1.807. " Oliver B. Knowlef, 21st " " " March 

1.808. Lieut.-Coloiiel Benjamin Griffin Barney, 2d Prov. Re- 

giment Pennsylvania Volunteer Heavy Artillery " " 

1.809. Colonel Joseph Roberts, 3d Regiment Pennsylvania 

Volunteer Heavy Artillery " April 

1.810. Colonel Charles Barnes, (ith Regiment Pennsylvania 

Volunteer Heavy Artillery " Sept. 

1.811. Colonel William C. Tulley, Ist Regiment Reserves 

Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry " March 

1.812. Lieut.-Colonel William W. Stewart, 1st Regiment Re- 

serves Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry *' " 

1.813. Colonel Wellington H. Ent, 6th Regiment Reserves 

Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry " " 

1.814. Lieut.-Colonel William D. Dixon, 6th Regiment Re- 

serves Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry " " 

1.815. Colonel H. C. Bolinger, 7th Regiment Reserves Penn- 

sylvania Volunteer Infanti-y " " 

1.816. Lieut.-Colonel Robert M. Henderson, 7th Regiment 

Reserves Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry " " 

1.817. Colonel Silas M. Bailey, 8th Regiment Reserves Penn- 

sylvania Volunteer Infantry " " 

1.818. Colonel Samuel M. Jackson, 11th Regiment Reserves 

Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry " " 

1.819. Colonel Thomas F. Gallagher, 11th Regiment Reserves 

Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry " ** 

1.820. Lieut.-Colonel Robert A. McCoy, 11th Regiment Re- " " 

serves Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry " " 

1.821. Lt.-Col. Robert L. Bodine, 26th Regt. Penn. Vol. Inf., " 

1.822. Col. John Flynn, 28th " " 

1.823. " Samuel M. Zulick, 29th " " " " 

1.824. " John K. Murphy. 29th '* " " 

1.825. " John J. Curtin, 45th " " " Oct. 

1.826. " James L. Selfridge, 46th " " " March 

1.827. " J. P. Shiiidel Gobin, 47th " " " 

1.828. " Joshua K. Sigfried, 48th " " " Aug. 

1.829. " George W. Gowan, 48th " " " April 

1.830. Lt.-Col. Henry Pleasants, 48th " ' " " March 

1.831. Col. William H. Irvin, 49th 

1.832. " B. C. Christ, 50th " " " Aug. 

1.833. Lt.-Col. Sam'lK.Schwenk, 50th " " " July 
1,&34. Col. William J. Bolton, 51st " " " March 

1.835. " Henry M. Hoyt, 52d " " " " 

1.836. Lt.-Col. Jno. A. Hennessy, 52d " " " " 

1.837. Col. Wm. M. Mintzer, 53d " " " " 

1.838. " Jacob M. Campbell, 54th " " " " 

1.839. " Wm. J. HoflEman, 56th " " " Aug. 

1.840. " George Zinn, 57th " *' " April 



1865. 



13, 


'< 


13, 


" 


13, 


" 


13, 


u 


13, 


" 


13, 


" 


13, 


" 


12, 


1864. 


.16, 


1865. 


13, 


" 


1, 


1864. 


2, 


1865. 


A3, 


" 


13, 


" 


1, 


1864. 


24, 


1865. 


13, 


" 


13, 


" 


33, 


" 


13, 


" 


13, 


" 


1, 


1864. 


6, 


1865. 



302 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



1,841. 
1,842. 

1,843. 
1,844. 
1,845. 
1,846. 
1,847. 
1,848. 
1,849. 
1,850. 
1,851. 
1,852. 
1,853. 
1,854. 
1,855. 
1,856. 
1,857. 
1,858. 
1,859. 
1,860. 
1,861. 
1,862. 
1,863. 
1,864. 
1,865. 
1,866. 
1,S67. 
1,868. 
1,869. 
1,870. 
1,871. 
1,872. 
1,873. 
1,874. 
1,875. 
1,876. 
1,877. 

1,878. 
1,879. 
1,880. 
1,881. 
1,882. 
1,883. 
1,884. 
1,885. 
1.886. 
1.887. 
1,888. 



Lt.-Col. Cecil Clay, 5Sth Regt. Penn. Vol, Inf 

Col. Jacob Bowman Sweitzer, 62d Regiment Pennsyl- 
vania Volunteer Infantry. 

Major Harry White, 67th Regt. Penn. Vol. Inf., 

Lt.-Col. Robt. E. Winslow, 68th " •' 

" John Markoe, 71st " " 

Col. D. W. C. Baxter, 72d 

" John S. Littell, 76th " 

" Thomas E. Rose, 77th " " 

Lt.-Col. Wm. A. Robinson, 77th " " 

Col. Henry A. Hambright, 79th " " 

" Isaac C. Bassett, 82d " " 

" Orpheus S. Woodward, 83d " " 

" Samuel M. Bowman, 84th " " 

" Louis Wagner, 
" Peter Lyle, 

Lt.-Col. Wm. A. Leech, 

Col. John F. Ballier, 
" Edwin R. Biles, 

Lt.-Col. Peter Fritz, Jr., 

Col. Norman J. Maxwell, 
" Wm. W. H. Davis. 



from March 13, 1865. 



8Sth 

90th " 
90th 

98th " 
99th 
99th 
100th 
104th 

" Turner G. Morehead, 106th 

" Thomas F. McCoy, 107th " " 

Lt.-Col. Jas. M.Thompson, 107th " *' 

Col. Wm. D. Lewis, Jr., 110th " " 

" Geo. A. Cobham, Jr., 111th " 

" Thomas M. Walker, 111th " " 

" Robert E. Patterson, 115th " " 

Lt.-Col. Robt. Thompson, 115th " " 

Chas. P. Herring, 118th " '• 

" Gideon Clark, 119th " " 

Col. Mat. R. McClennan, 138th " " 

" Frederick H. Collier, 139th " " 

" John Frazer, 140th " " 

" Edmund L. Dana, 143d " " 

" Hiram L. Brown, 145th " " 

Lieut.-Colonel David B. McCreary, 145th Regiment 

Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry 

Colonel Ario Pardee, Jr., 147th Regt. Penn.Vol. Inf., 

" James A. Beaver, 148th " " 

" Roy Stone, 149th " " 

" Langhorne Wister, 1.50th " " 

" HaiTison Allen, 151st " " 

" William H. Blair, 179th " '• 

" James C. Lynch, 183d " 

" Henry A. Frink, 186th " " 

Col. Wm. R. Hartshorne, 190th " '• 

Lt.-Col. Joseph B. Pattee, 190th " " 

Colonel James Carle, 191st " *' 



« 


13, 
2, 
13, 
13, 
13, 


" 


Jan. 


15, 


" 


July 


22, 


" 


March 1.3, 


•' 


June 


7, 


" 


Dec. 


12, 


1864. 


March 13, 


1865. 


" 


13, 


" 


" 


13, 


" 


" 


13, 


" 


" 


13, 


•» 


July 


13, 


1864. 


March 13, 


1865. 


March 13, 


" 


April 


18, 


" 


March 13, 


" 


" 


13, 


" 


April 


1, 


" 


March 13, 


" 


" 


1-3, 


" 


July 


19, 


1864. 


" 


5, 


1805. 


March 13, 


" 


" 


13, 


" 


" 


13, 


" 


" 


13, 


" 


April 


2, 


" 


March 13, 


" 


" 


13, 


(( 


July 


26, 


<( 


Sept. 


3, 


1864. 


March 13. 


1865. 


Jan. 


12, 


1865. 


Aug. 


1, 


1864. 


Sept. 


7, 


'• 


March 13, 


1865. 


" 


13, 


" 


" 


13, 
13, 


n 


Oct. 


4, 


" 


March 13, 


" 


April 


9, 


" 


March 13, 


" 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



303 



1,889. 

],S90. 
1,891. 
1,89-2. 
3,893. 
1,894. 
1,895. 
1,896. 
1,897. 
1,898. 
1,899. 
1,900. 
1,901. 
1,902. 
1,903. 
1,904. 
1,905. 
1,906. 
1,907. 
1,908. 
1.909, 
1,910. 
1,911. 
1,912. 
1,913. 
1,914. 
1,915. 
1,916. 
1,917. 

1,918. 
1,919. 
1,920. 

1,921. 
1,922. 
1,923. 
1,924. 
1,925. 
1,926. 
1,927. 
1,928 
1,929. 
1,930. 
1,931. 
1,932. 
1,933. 
1,934. 
1,9.35. 
1,936, 



Colonel Joseph W. Fisher, 195th Regt. Penn.Vol. Inf., 

Col. Jas. C. Briscoe, ISSth & 199th " " 

" C. W. Diven, 20()th " " 

Lt.-Col. Wni. H. H. McCall, 200th " " 

Colonel Charles Albright, 202d " " 

Col. Joseph A. Mathews, 205th " " 

" Robert C. Cox, 207th " " 

" Alfred B. McCalmont, 208th " " 

" LeviA. Dodd, 211th " " 

" David B. McKibbin, 214th " 



" Daniel Woodall, 
Lt.-Col. James M. Deems, 
Col. C. Carroll Tevis, 
Lt.-Col. Byron Kirby, 
Col. David L. Stanton, 
Lt.-Col. J. Eugene Duryee, 
Col. Rich'd N. Bowerman, 
Col. John W. Horn, 

" Charles E. Phelps, 
Lt.-Col. John A. Steiner, 
Col. David H. Strother, 
Lt.-Col. John S. Witcher, 
Col. George R. Latham, 
Lt.-Col. Rufus E. Fleming, 
Col. John H. Oley, 
Col. Wm. H. Enochs, 
Col. Van H. Bukey, 



1st Regt Del. 
1st Regt. Md. 
3d 



Vol. Cav. 



3d 

1st " Vol. Inf., 

2d " 

4th 
6th 
7th 
13th 

3d Regt. W.Va.Vol. Cav., 
3d 
6th 

6th " 

7th 

1st Vet. " 
11th Regt. W.Va.Vol. Inf., 



" WiUiam B. Curtis, 12th " " 

Lieut. -Colonel Robert S. Northcott, 12th Regiment 

West Virgmia "Volunteer Infantry .... 

Col. Wm. R. Brown, 13th Regt. W.Va.Vol. Inf., 

" Milton Wells, 15th 

Colonel William C. Bartlett, 2d Mounted Regiment 

North Carolina Volunteer Infantry 

Col. George E. Spencer, 1st Regt. A.la. Vol. Cav., 



from Nov. 4, 

•' March 1.3, 

" 25, 

" April 2, 

" March 7, 

" April 2, 

2, 

*' March 13, 

" April 2, 

" March 13, 

" June 15, 

" March 13, 

" 13, 

" Sept. 6, 

" April 1, 

" March 13, 

" April 1, 

" Oct. 19, 

" March 13, 

" 1.3, 

" Aug. 2.3, 

" March 13, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 13. 

" 1.3, 

•' 13, 

" 13, 



1S65. 



Major Francis L. Cramer, 
Col. D. J. Keily, 
" William 0. Fiske, 
" Charles Everett, 
" M. La Rue Harrison, 
" John E. Phelps, 
Lt.-Col. Hugh Cameron, 
Coi. J. M. Johnson, 
" Robert Johnson, 
" James P. Brownlow, 
" Wm. B. Stokes, 
" William J. Smith, 
Lt.-Col. Isaac R. Hawkins, 
Col. George Spalding, 
" Ely H. Murray, 



1st " 

2d Regt. La. " 

1st " Vol. Inf., 

2d 

1st Regt. Ark. Vol. Cav., 

2d 

2d 

1st " Vol. Inf., 

1st Regt. Tenn. Vol. Cav., 

1st 

5th 

6th " " 

7th 
12th 

3d Regt. Ky. " 



1864. 
1865. 



" 13, 

" 1.3, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 1.3, 

" 13, 

" 1.3, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 1.3, 

" 1.3, 

" 1.3, 

" 1.3, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 1.3, 

July 16, 
March 13, 

" 21, 

" 25, 



304 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



1,937. Col. David A. Enyart, 


1st Regt. Ky. 


Vol. Inf., from March 13, 1862. 


1,938. " Henry C. Dunlap, 


3d 


" 


a a 


13, " 


1,939. " George W. Monroe, 


7th 


it 


" " 


13, " 


1,940. " George H. Cram, 


9th 


" 


u u 


;i :: 


1,941. " George W. Gallop, 


14th 


" 


" " 


1,942. " Alexander M. Stout, 


17th 


" 


u « 


13, " 


1,943. " William J. Landran, 


19th 


" 


« << 


13, " 


1,944. " S. W. Price, 


21st 


" 


« (< 


13, " 


1,945. Lt.-Col. Thos. J. Williams, 55th " 


" 


" Sept. 


22, " 


1,946. Col. Beroth B. Eggleston, 


1st Regt. Ohio Vol. Cav., 


" March 13, " 


1,947. " A. Bayard Nettleton, 


2d 




u n 


13, " 


1,948. " LouiaZahn, 


3d 




a u 


13, " 


1,949. " Horace N. Howland, 


3d 




<< i< 


13, " 


1,950. " Thomas T. Heath, 


5th 




" Dec. 


15, 1864. 


1,951. " William Stedman, 


6th 




" March 1.3, 1865. 


1,952. " Israel Garrard, 


7th " 




" June 


20, " 


1,953. " Samuel A. Gilbert, 


8th 




" March 13, " 


1,954. " William D. Hamilton, 


9th 




" April 


9, " 


1,955. Lt.-Col. William Stough, . 


9th 




" March 13, " 


1,956. Col. Thos. W. Sanderson, 


10th 




" " 


13, " 


1,957. " Robert W. Ratliff, 


12th 




u a 


13, " 


1,958. Lt.-Col. Robert H. Bentley 


12th " 




" " 


13, " 


1,959. Colonel Horatio G. Gibson 


, 2d Regiment Ohio Volun- 






teer Heavy Artillery 






a u 


13, " 


1,960. Colonel James Barnett, 1st Regiment Ohio 


Volunteer 






Light Artillery 






a i. 


13, » 


1,961. Col. E. Bassett T,angdon, 


1st Regt. Ohio Vol. Inf., 


" " 


13, '• 


1,962. James H. Godman, 


4th 




" " 


13, " 


1,963. Lt.-Col. Franklin Sawyer, 


8th 




.4 <i 


13, " 


1,964. Col. Joseph W. Burke, 


lOth 




" '< 


13, " 


1,965. " Carr B. White, 


12th 




" " 


13, " 


1,966. " Dwight Jarvis, Jr., 


13th 




a a 


13, " 


1,967, " Franklin Askew, 


15th 




" July 


14, " 


1,968. " DurbinWard, 


17th 




" Oct. 


18, " 


1,969. " Timothy R. Stanley, 


ISth 




" March 13, " 


1,970. Colonel Charles H. Grosvenor, 18th Veteran Regi- 






ment Ohio Volunteer Infantry 




" " 


13, " 


1,971. Col. C. F. Manderson, 


19th Regt. Ohio Vol. Inf., 


" " 


13, " 


1,972. " James M. Comly, 


23d 


" 


" " 


13, " 


1,973. Lt.-Col. Russell Hastings, 


23d 


" 


" 


13, " 


1,974. Col. Wm. P. Richardson, 


25th 


" 


" Dec. 


7, 1864. 


1,975. Lt.-Col. Nath'l Haughton, 


25 th " 


" 


" March 13, 1865. 


1,976. Lt.-Col. Mendal Churchill, 


27th Regt. Ohio Vol. Inf., 


u u 


13, " 


1,977. Col. Augustus Moor, 


28th 




" " 


13, " 


1,978. " Theodore Jones, 


30th " 




11 l( 


13, " 


1,979. " Moses B. Walker, 


31st 




n a 


27, " 


1,980. Lt.-Col. H'y V. N. Boyntoi 


, 35th 




u u 


13, " 


1,981. Col. Hiram F. Duval, 


36th 




" » 


13, " 


1,982. Lieut. -Colonel Louis Von 


Blessingh, 37th 


Regiment 






Ohio Volunteer Infantry 






" " 


13, " 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



305 



1,9&3. Col. Edward F. Noyes, 39th Regt. 


Ohio Vol. Inf., from March 13, 1865. 


1,984. " Jonathan Cranor, 4'Jth 


" " 


3, " 


1,985. Colonel Aquila Wiley, 41st 


a 


.4 44 13^ 44 


1,986. Lieut.-Colonel Ephraira S. HoUoway, 


41st Regiment 




Ohio Volunteer Infantry 




44 13^ 44 


1,987. Captain James McCleery, 41.st Regt 


Ohio Vol. Inf., 


.4 44 13^ 44 


1,988. Colonel Lionel A. Sheldon, 42d 


u u 


44 « 13^ 44 


1,989. Lt.-Col. Dow A. Pardee, 42d 


" " 


44 44 13^ « 


1,990. " Walter F. Herrick, 43d 


" " 


44 44 13^ 44 


1,991. Major Henry H. Giesy, 4f)th 


" " 


" May 28, 1864. 


1,992. Colonel Augustus C. PaiTj, 47th 


" " 


" March 13, 1865. 


1,993. Lieut.-Col. Thos. T. Taylor, 47tU 


(( 1( 


" » 1.3, " 


1,994. Colonel Peter J. Sullivan, 4Sth 


a i( 


44 4. 13^ 44 


1,995. " William H. Gibson, 49th 


U 41 


44 44 13^ 44 


1,996. " Silas A. Strickland, 50th 


a it 


" May 27, " 


1,'J97. Lt.-Col. George R. Elstner, 5Uth 


" " 


" Aug, 8, 1864. 


1,998. Colonel Wells S. Jones, 53d 


u (> 


" March 13, 1865, 


1,999. " John C. Lee, 55th 


" " 


4. 13^ 44 


2,000. " Wm. H. Raynor, 56th 


" " 


44 44 13^ 44 


2.001. Lt.-Col. Samuel R. Mott, 57th 


" " 


44 44 13^ 4 4 


2,002. Col. Stephen J. McGroarty, 61sfc 


" 


" May 1, " 


2,003. Lt.-Col. Henry R. West, 62d 


" " 


" July 13, " 


2,004, " Charles E. Brown, 63d 


" " 


" March 13, " 


2,005. " Horatio N. Whitbeck, 65th 


Regiment Ohio 




Volunteer Infantry ... 




44 13^ 44 


2,006. Lt.-Col. Orlow Smith, OSth Regt 


Ohio Vol. Inf., 


44 13^ 44 


2,007. Colonel Charles Candy, 6(Jth 


" " 


44 13^ 4. 


2,008. Lt.-Col. Lewis C. Hunt, 67th 


" " 


44 44 13^ 44 


2,009. " George E. Welles, 68th 


ii a 


44 13^ 44 


2,010. Col. Joseph R. CockeriU, 70th 


H 11 


44 13^ 4 4 


2,011. " Henry K. McConnell, 71st 


(( (( 


44 13^ 44 


2,012. Lt.-Col. Jame. H. Hart, 71st 


U 44 


44 44 13^ 44 


2,013. " Charles G. Eaton, 72d 


44 44 


44 44 13^ 4. 


2,014. Colonel Orlando Smith, 73d 


44 44 


44 44 13^ 44 


2,015. Lt.-Col. Samuel H. Hurst, 73d 


44 44 


44 13^ 44 


2,016. Colonel Granville Moody, 74th 


44 44 


" Jan. 12, " 


2,017. " Josiah Given, 74th 


44 ti 


" March 13, " 


2,018. " Andrew L. Harris, 75th 


44 44 


44 44 13^ 4 4 


2,019. " GreenburyF. Wiles, 78th 


44 it 


44 44 13^ 44 


2,020. " Henry G. Kennett, 79th 


44 44 


44 4 4 13^ 4. 


2,021. Lt.-Col. Azariah W. Doan, 79th 


" *• 


., 13^ 44 


2,022. Colonel Robert N. Adams, 81st 


" 44 


44 44 13^ 44 


2,023. Lt.-Col. David Thompson, 82d 


44 44 


44 44 13^ 44 


2.024. Col. Frederick W. Moore, 83d 


44 44 


" " 26, " 


2,025. Lt.-Col. Wm. H. Baldwin, 83d 


44 44 


" Aug. 22, •' 


2,026. Colonel George W. Neff, 88th 


U 44 


'^ March 13, " 


2,027. " John A. Turley, 91st 


44 14 


44 .4 ;13^ 44 


2,028. Col. Benjamin F. Coates, 9lRt 


44 44 


44 44 13^ 44 


2,029. " Benjamin D. Fearing, 92d 


44 44 


" Dec. 2, 1864 


2,030, Lt.-Col. Wm. H, Martin, 93d 


" " 


" June 8, 1865 



306 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



2.031. Col. Joseph W. Frizell, 94th Regt. Ohio Vol. Inf., from 

2.032. Lt.-Col. Rue P. Hutchins, 94th 

2.033. " Jefferson Brumback, 95th Regiment Ohio Vol- 
unteer Infantry " 

2.034. Colonel John Q. Lane, 97th Regt. Ohio Vol. Inf., " 

2.035. Lt.-Col. John S. Pearce, 98th " " " 

2.036. Colonel Patrick S. Sleven, 100th " " 

2.037. Lt.-Col. Edwin L. Hayes, 100th " " " 

2.038. Colonel Isaac M. Kirby, 101st " " " 

2.039. Lt.-Col. John Messer, 101st " " " 

2.040. Colonel William Given, 102d " " " 

2.041. " Johns. Casement, 10.3d " *' 

2.042. Lt.-Col. Philip C. Hayes, 103d " 

2.043. Colonel John R. Bond, 111th " " " 

2.044. Lt.-Col. Moses R. Brailey, 111th 

2.045. " Isaac R. Sherwood,lllth " •' " 

2.046. Colonel James A. Wilcox, 113th " " " 

2.047. Lt.-Col. Darius B. Warner, 113th «' " •« 

2.048. Colonel John H. Kelly, 114th '* ' " 

2.049. " Thomas L. Young, 118th 

2.050. Lt.-Col. Edgar Sowers, llSth " " " 

2.051. " William Slocum, 120th 

2.052. Colonel Wm. H. Ball, 122d " " " 

2.053. " Wm. T. Wilson, 123d " " " 

2.054. " Oliver H. Payne, 124th " " " 

4.055. " Benj. F. Smith, 126th 

2.056. Lt.-Col. Wm. S. Pierson, 128th " 

2.057. Colonel John R. Hurd, 173d " " " 

2.058. " John S. Jones, 174th " " " 

2.059. Lt.-Col. Daniel McCoy, 175th " " " 

2.060. Colonel Edwin C. Mason, 176th " 

2.061. " Joab A. Stafford, 178th " " 

2.062. " John O'Dowd, 181st " " " 

2.063. " George W. Hoge, lS3d " " " 

2.064. " H'y S. Commager, lS4th " " " 
2,06.5. " John E. Cummins, lS5th " " " 

2.066. " Thos. F. Wildes, 186th " " " 

2.067. Col. Andrew R.Z.Daw.son, 187th " " " 

2.068. " Jacob E. Taylor, 188th " " " 

2.069. " Henry D. Kingsbury, 189th " " 

2.070. " Robert L. Kiraberly, 191st " " " 

2.071. " Eugene Powell, 193d " " " 

2.072. " Anson G. McCook, 194th " " " 

2.073. Lt.-Col. O. C. Maxwell, 194th 

2.074. " Marcellus J. W. Holter, 195th Regiment Ohio 
Volunteer Infantry " 

2.075. Colonel Robert P. Kennedy, 196th R^ment Ohio 

Volunteer Infantry " 

2.076. Lt.-Colonel Geraham M. Barber, 197th Regiment Ohio 

Volunteer Infantry " 



March 13, 1865. 


" 


13, " 


« 


13, - 


" 


13, " 


" 


13, » 


" 


13, " 


Jan. 


12, " 


" 


12, " 


March 13, " 


" 


13, •' 


Jan. 


25, » 


Marcl 


h. 13, " 


" 


13, " 


" 


13, " 


Feb. 


27, " 


" 


13, " 


" 


13, " 


" 


13, " 


" 


13, " 


" 


13, " 


" 


13, " 


Oct. 


19. ie64. 


March IM, 1865. 


" 


13, " 


" 


26, " 


" 


13, " 


" 


13, » 


» 


13, " 


" 


13, » 


June 


3, " 


Marcl 


ti 13, " 


" 


13, " 


" 


13, '« 


" 


13, " 


<t 


13, " 


" 


11, " 


Nov. 


21, " 


March 13, » 


" 


10, " 


" 


13, " 


(i 


13, " 


" 


13, " 


" 


13, » 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



307 



2,077. 

2,078. 

2,079. 
2,080. 
2,081. 
2,082. 
2,083. 
2,084. 
2,085. 
2,086. 
2,087. 
2,088. 
2,089. 
2,090. 
2,091. 

2,092. 

2,093. 

2,094. 
2,095. 
2,096. 
2,097. 
2,098. 
2,099. 
2,100. 
2,101. 

2,102. 
2,103. 
2,104. 

2,105. 

2,106. 
2,107. 
2,108. 
2,109. 
2,110. 
2,111. 

2,112. 
2,113. 
2,114. 
2,115. 
2,116. 
2,117. 
2,118. 



Colonel Giles W. Shnrtleff, 5tli U. S. Colored, or 127th 

Rej^iment Ohio Volunteer Infantry from 

Colonel Thornton F. Broadhead, 1st Regiment Michi- 
gan Volunteer Cavalry " 

Colonel Peter Stagg, 1st Regt. Mich. Vol. Cav., •' 

" John K. Mizner, 3d 

Lt.-Col. Benj. D. Pritchard, 4th 

Lt.-Col. Edward M. Lee, 5th 

Colonel James H. Kidd, 6th 

Lt.-Col. H'y E. Thompson, 6th 

" A. C. Litchfield, 7th 

Colonel Elisha Mix, 8th 

" G-eorge S. Acker, 9th 

" Israel C. Smith, 10 th 

" Sam'l B. Brown, 11th 

Lt.-Col. Chas. E. Smith, 11th 

Colonel Cyrus O. Loomis, 1st Regiment Michigan Vol- 
unteer Light Artillery 

Colonel Wm. P. Innes, 1st Regiment Michigan Volun- 
teer Engineers 

Colonel Charles V. De Land, 1st Regiment Michigan 

Volunteer Sharpshooters 

Colonel Ira C. Abbott, 1st Regt. Mich. Vol. Inf., 

Lt.-Col. Wm. A. Throop, 1st 

Colonel Wm. Humphrey, 2d " " 

Lt.-Col. Moses B. Houghton, 3d " " 

Colonel Jairus W. Hall, 4th " 

Lt.-Col Mich'l J. Vreeland, 4th " " 

Colonel John Pulford, 5th " " 

Lieut. -Colonel Solomon S. Matthews, 5th Regiment 

Michigan Volunteer Infantry 

Colonel Ralph Ely, 8th Regt. Mich. Vol. Inf., 

" John G. Parkhurst, 9th " " 
Lieut.-Colonel Christopher J. Dickerson, 10th Regi- 
ment Michigan Volunteer Infantry 

Colonel Dwight May, 12th Regt. Mich. Vol. Inf., 

" Henry R. Mizner, 14th 

Col. Fred. S. Hutchinson, 15th 

" Benj . F. Partridge, 16th 

" Wm. H. Withington, 17th 

Lt.-Col. Fred. W. Swift, 17th 

Colonel Adolphus W. Williams, 20th Regiment Michi- 
gan Volunteer Infantry 

22d Regt. Mich. Vol. Inf., 
22d 
23d 
24th 
26Lh 
27th 
27th 



Colonel Heber Le Favour, 
Lt.-Col. Wm. Sanborn, 
Col. Oliver L. Spaulding, 
Lt.-Col. Mark Flanigan, 
Col. Henry H. Wells, 
" Charles Waite, 
" Byron M. Cutcheon, 



March 13, 


1865. 


Aug. 


.30, 


1862 


March 1.3. 


1865. 


" 


13, 


" 


May 


10, 


" 


March 13, 


" 


" 


13, 


" 


" 


13, 


«' 


" 


13, 


" 


" 


13, 


" 


" 


13, 


'' 


u 


13, 


" 


Jan. 


31, 


" 


March 13, 


" 


June 


20, 


" 


March 13, 


" 


u 


13, 


.. 


" 


13. 


" 


" 


13, 


" 


Aug. 


1, 


1S64 


March 13, 


1865 


" 


13, 


" 


" 


13, 


«' 


" 


13, 


" 


.. 


13, 


.c 


April 


2, 


" 


May 


22, 


" 


March 13, 


u 


" 


1.3, 


" 


" 


13, 


•' 


May 


24, 


" 


March 31, 


" 


" 


13, 


li 


" 


1.3, 


" 


u 


13, 


.. 


" 


13, 


" 


" 


13, 


" 


June 


25, 


" 


March 1.3, 


" 


June 


3. 


" 


April 


2, 


" 


March 13, 


'< 



308 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



2,119. 
2,120. 

2,121. 
2,122. 
2,123. 
2,124. 
2,125. 
2,126. 
2,127. 
2,128. 
2,129. 
2.130. 
2,131. 
2,132. 
2,133. 
2,134. 
2,135. 
2,136. 
2,137. 
2,138. 
2,139. 
2,140. 
2,141. 
2,142. 
2,143. 
2,144. 
2,145. 
2,146. 
2,147. 
2,148. 
2,149. 
2,150. 
2,151. 
2,152. 
2,153. 
2,154. 
2,155. 
2,156. 
2,157. 
2,158. 
2,159. 
2,160. 
2,161. 
2,162. 
2,163. 
2,164. 
2,163. 
2,166. 
2,167. 



Lt.-Col. Geo. T. Shaffer, 2Sth Regt. Mich. Vol. Inf., 
Colonel Grover S. Wormer (late Lt.-Col. 8th Michigan 
Cavalry), 30th Regt. Michigan Volunteer Infantry.. 
Colonel Thomas H. Butler, 5th Regt. Ind. Vol. Cav., 
Lt.-Col. John Woolley, 5th " " 

Colonel James Biddle, 6th " " 

" Thomas M. Browne, 7th " " 

" Thos. J, Harrison, 8th " " 

" Fielder A. Jones, 8th " " 

Col. Gilbert M. L. Johnson, 13th " " 

" Ira G. Grover, 7th " Vol. Inf., 

" David Shurk, 8th " '• 

Lt.-Col. Wni. P. Laselle, 9th " " 



from March 13, 1865. 



11th 
12th 
17th 
17th 
17th 
19th 
19th 
24th 
27th 
33d 
38th 
38th 
51st 
52d 
58th 



Colonel Daniel Macauley, 

" Reuben Williams, 

" John T. Wilder, 

Lt.-Col. Frank White, 

Colonel Jacob G. Vail, 

Lt.-Col. Wm. W. Dudley, 

" John M. Lindley, 

Colonel Wm, T. Spicely, 

" Silas Colgrove, 

" John Coburn, 

" Benj. F. Scribner, 

Lt.-Col. Dan'l F. Griffin, 

Colonel Abel D. Streight, 

Edward H. Wolfe, 

George P. Buell, 

Thos. A. McNaught,59th 

Israel N. Stiles, 63d 

DeWitt C. Anthony, 66th 

Thos. W. Bennett, 69th 

Benj. Harrison, 70th 

Abram O. Miller, 72d 

Milton S. Robinson,75th 

Frederick Knefler, 79th 

Morton C. Hunter. 82d 

Lt.-Col. Andrew J. NefP, 84th 

Colonel George F. Dick, 

Newell Gleason, 

Louis J. Blair, 

John Mehringer, 

DeWitt C. Thomas, 93d 

Thomas J. Brady, 117th 

Reuben C. Kise, 120th 

Col. John C. McQuiston, 

" Richard P. De Hart, 

" Jasper Packard, 

" Charles S. Parish, 

" Will A. Adams, 



86th 
87th 
88th 
91st 



123d 

128th 
128th 
130th 
145th 



«' 


13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




'' 


13, ' 




(( 


13, ' 




Jan. 


31, ' 




March 13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




Feb. 


9, ' 




March 13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




Aug. 


7. 1864 


March 13, 1865. 


" 


13, " 


" 


13, - 


" 


13, " 


«' 


26, " 


Aug. 


4, 1864 


March 13, 18G5. 


Aug. 


8, 1864. 


March 13, 1865. 


" 


13, * 




" 


13, ' 




Jan. 


12, ' 




Aug. 


4, ' 




Jan. 


31, ' 




March 13, ' 




" 


5, ' 




Jan. 


23, ' 




March 13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




" 


13, • 




" 


13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




" 


13, • 




" 


13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




" 


13, ' 




" 


13, ' 





GENERAL OFFICERS. 



309 



2,168. Col. Lafayette McCrillis, 3d Regt. 111. Vol. Cav., 

2,1(59. " Robert K. Carnahan, 3d " " 

2.170. Lt. -Col. James M. Ruggles, 3d " " 

2.171. Col. Martin R. M. Wallace, 4th " " 

2.172. " John McConnell, 5th " " 

2.173. Lt.-Col. David R.Clendenin, 8th " " 

2.174. Major George A. Forsyth, 8th " " 

2.175. " John M. Waite, 8th " " 

2.176. Colonel Otto Funke, 11th " " 

2.177. " Hasbrook Davi.g, 12th 

2.178. Lieiit.-Colonel Thomas W. Grosvenor, 12th Regiment 

Illinois Volunteer Cavalry 

2.179. Lt.-Col. Hamilton B. Dox, 12th Regt. 111. Vol. Cav., 

2.180. Col. Joseph Warren Bell, 13th " 

2.181. " Albert Erskine, 13th " " 

2.182. " Horace Capron, 14th " " 

2.183. Lt.-Col. Robert W. Smith, 16th " " 

2.184. Col. John L. Beveridge, 17th " " 

2.185. Colonel Ezra Taylor, 1st Regiment Illinois Volunteer 

Light Artillery 

2.186. Major Charles Houghtaling, 1st Regiment Illinois Vol- 

unteer Light Artillery 

2.187. Colonel Thomas S. Mather, 2d Regiment Illinois Vol- 

unteer Light Artiller}' 

2.188. Lieut. -Colonel William L. Duff, 2d Regiment Illinois 

Volunteer Light Artillery 

2.189. Col. Richard Rowett, 7th Regt. 111. Vol. Inf., 

2.190. " Josiah A. Sheets, 8th " " 

2.191. " August Mer.=;y, 9th " 

2.192. Lt.-Col. Jesse L. Phillips, 9th " " 

2.193. Col. John Tillson, 10th " " 

2.194. " James H. Coates, 11th " " 

2.195. Lt.-Col. Arthur C. Ducat, 12th " " 

2.196. Major James R. Hugunin, 12th " " 

2.197. Lt.-Col. Fred.W. Partridge, 13th " " 

2.198. Col. Cyrus Hall, 14th " " 

2.199. " George C. Rodgers, 15th " " 

2.200. Major Adam Nase, 15th " " 

2.201. Col. Robert F. Smith, 16th " 

2.202. " Daniel H. Brush, ISth " " 

2.203. Lt -Col. Jules C. Webber, 18th " " 

2.204. Col. James A. Mulligan, 23d " 

2.205. Lt. Col. Ira J. Bloomfield, 26th " " 

2.206. " Wm. A. Schmitt, 27th " " 

2.207. Col. Loren Kent, 29th " 

2.208. '• Warren Shedd, 30th " " 

2.209. " Lyndorf Ozburn. 31st " " 

2.210. Lt.-Col. Robert N. Pearson, 81st " " 

2.211. Col. Charles E. Lippincott, 33d '* " 

2.212. " Isaac H. Elliott, 83d 



from Sept. 4, 1864. 
" Oct. 28; 1865. 
" March 13, " 



Feb. 



13, 
20, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 

13, 
13, 

13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 

T, 

13, 
13, 



Sept. 28, 

March 13, 

" 1.3, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 10, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 1.3, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 1.3, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

July 23, 

March 13, 

" 13, 

" 22, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

Feb. 17, 

March 13, 



310 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



2,213. 
2,214. 
2,215. 
2,216. 
2,217. 
2,218. 
2,219. 
2,220. 
2,221. 
2,222. 
2,223. 
2,224. 
2,225. 
2.226. 
2,227. 
2,22S. 
2,229. 
2,230. 
2,231. 
2.232. 
2.233. 
2.234. 
2,235. 
2,236. 
2,237. 
2,238. 
2,239. 
2.240. 
2,241. 
2.242. 
2,243. 
2,244. 
2.245. 
2,246. 
2,247. 
2,248. 
2,249. 
2,250. 
2,2.51. 
2,252. 
2,253. 

2,254. 

2.255. 
2,256. 

2,2.57. 
2,258. 
2,259. 
2,260. 
2,261. 



Col. John Charles Black, 
Lt.-Col. Eugene B. Payne, 

" Orrin L. Mann, 
Col. Isaac C. Pugh, 
" Adolph Engelman, 
" "Wallace W. Barrett, 
Lt.-Col. John O. Duer, 
Col. David W. Magee, 
Lt.-Col. Edward Bonhnm, 
Col. Phineas Pease, 
Lt.-Col. William Han na. 
Col. Gilbert W. Camming, 
Capt. Theodore F. Brown, 
Col. John S. Wilcox, 



S7th Regt. 111. Vol. Inf., 

.37th 

39th 

41st 
43d 

44th 

45th 

47th 

47th 

49th 

.50th " " 

51st 

51st " " 

52d " '• 



from 



Grenville M. Mitchell, 54th 



" "William P. Lynch, 
" Robert W. Healy, 
" P. Sidney Post, 
" Wm. B. Anderson, 
" James M. True, 
" John Morrill, 
Lt.-Col. Jos. S. Reynolds, 
Col. Daniel Cameron, 
" W. Scott Stewart, 



58th 
58th 
59th 
60th 
62d 
64th 
64th 
65th 
65th 



Aug. 
Jan. 



" Frederick A. Starring, 72d " " 
Lt.-Col. Joseph Stockton, 72d " " 
Col. John E. Bennett, 75th " " 
Lt.-Col. Wm. M. Kilgour, 75th " " 
Col. Samuel T. Busey, 76th " " 
" David P. Grier, 77th " " 
Lt.-Col. Erastus N. Bates, 80th " " 
'• Edward 3. Salomon, 82d " " 
Col. Arthur A. Smith 83d " " 
" Louis H. Waters, 84th 
" Caleb J. Dilworth, 85th " " 
Lt.-Col. George W. Smith, 88th " " 
Col. Charles T. Hotchkiss, 89th " " 
" Henry M. Day, 90th " " 
Lt.-Col. Benjamin F. Sheets, 93d " " 
Col. John McNulta, 94th " 
Lieut.-Colonel Rankin G. Laughlin, 94th Regiment Ill- 
inois "Volunteer Infantry 

Col. Leander Blanden, 95th Regt. 111. Vol. Inf., 

" Thos. W. Humphrey, 95th " " 

" Thomas E. Champion, 96th " " 
Lt.-Col. John C. Smith, 96th 

" Victor Vifquain, 97th " " 

Edward KitcheU, 98th " " 

Col. Franklin C. Smith, 102d " " 

" Daniel Dustin, 105th " " 



March 13, 1865. 

" 13, 

" 1.3, 

" 10, 

" 13, 

" 13, 
July 12, 
March 13, 

" 13, 

" 1.3, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

22, 

31, 

March 13, 

Dec. 16, 1864. 

March 13, 1865. 

6, 

" 13, 
July 11, 
March 13, 

'• 13, 

" 13, 

" 13, 
April 6, 
June 20, 
April 9, 
March 26, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 13, 
June 18, 
March 13, 

" 13, 

" 13, 

" 26, 

" 13, 

" 13, 



June 

Feb. 

June 

March 13, 
" 13, 
" 13, 
" 16, 



13, 
26, 

10, 1864. 
20, 1865. 
20, '' 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



311 



2,2G2. Lt.-Col. Everell F. Dutton, 105th Regt. 


lU. 


Vol. Inf., from March 16, 1865. 


2.2(13. " Henry Yates, 106th 


•' 


" 


" " 13. " 


2,264. Col. Charles Turner, 108th 


' 


u 


" 26, " 


2^265. " James S. Martin, 111th 


' 


♦♦ 


" Feb. 28. " 


2,266. " Thos. J. Henderson, 112th 


' 


" 


" Nov. 30, 1S64. 


2,267. " George B. Hoge, 113th * 


' 


" 


" March 13, 1865. 


2,268. Lt.-Col. John F. King, 114th 


' 


" 


" " 13, " 


2,269. " Samuel Shoup, 114th ' 


•' 


" 


" 13, " 


2,270. Col. Jesse H. Moore, 115th 


it 


" 


" May 15. " 


2,271. " John G. Fonda, llSth 


" 


" 


" June 28, " 


2,272. " Thomas J. Kinney, 119th ' 


■' 


" 


'• March 26, " 


2,273. " John I. Rinaker, 122d 


" 


" 


" " 13, " 


2,274. Lt.Col. Jonathan Biggs, 123d 


•' 


" 


" 13, '■■ 


2,275. " John H.Howe, 124th 


" 


" 


" 13, " 


2,276. Col. Hamilton N. Eldridge, 127th 


(C 


u 


" " 1.3, " 


2,277. •' Henry Case, 129th 


" 


" 


" 16, •' 


2,278. " Nathaniel NileP, 130th 




" 


" " 13, " 


2,279. " RoHin V. Aukeny, 142d 


" 


" 


^' " 13, " 


2,280. " Hiram F. Sickles, 147th 


" 


" 


" " 13, " 


2,281. " Wm. C. KnefEncr, 149th 


" 


" 


" " 13, " 


2,282. " Stephen Bronson, 153d 


" 


" 


" Sept. 28, " 


2,283. " Gastavus A. Smith, 155th 


" 


" 


" March 13, " 


2,2h4. " Lewis Merrill, 2d Regt. 


Mo. 


Vol. Cav., 


" " 13, " 


2,285. Lt.-Col. Theo. A. Switzler, 6th 


'• 


" 


'• 13, " 


2,2S6. Col. William D. Wood, 11th 


" 


" 


" 13, " 


2,287. Lieut. -Colonel George W. Schofield, 2d Regiment Mis- 




souri Volunteer Light Artillery 






" Jan. 26, " 


2,288. Col. Eli Bowyer, 11th Regt. 


Mo. 


, Vol. Inf., 


" March 13, " 


2,289. " Hugo Wangelin, 12th 


" 




" " 13, " 


2,290. " Joseph Conrad, 15th 


a 




" " 13, - 


2,291. " Charles S. Sheldon, 18th 


n 




" - 13, " 


2,292. '' Madison Miller, 18th 


" 




u u 13_ u 


2,293. " David Moore, 21st 


" 




" Feb. 2t, " 


2,294. " James K. Mills, 24th 


" 




" March 13, " 


2,295. " Chester Harding, Jr., 25th 


u 




" May 27, " 


2,296. " Thomas Curly, 27th 


" 




" March 1.3, " 


2,297. Lt. -Col. Dennis T. Kirby, 27th 


" 




" " 13, " 


2,298. Col. John S. Cavender, 29th 


••' 




" " 13, " 


2.299. Lt. Col. Joseph S. Gage, 29th 


" 




" June 15, " 


2,300. " Samuel P. Simpson, .31st 


" 


" 


" March 13, " 


2.301. " Gustav Heinrichs, 41st 


" 




u . 13^ u 


2,302. Col. Robert C. Bradshaw, 44th 


" 




u .. 13^ u 


2,303. " Thomas C. Fletcher, 31st and 47th Regiment Mis- 




souri Volunteer Infantry 







" 13, " 


2,304. Col. Oscar H. La Grange, 1st Regt. 


Wis 


. Vol. Cav., 


u 13^ .. 


2,305. Lt.-Col. Henry Harnden, 1st 




" 


u i3_ .i 


2,306. Col. William Hawley, 3d 




Vol. Inf., 


" 16, " 


2,S07. " Amasa Cobb, 5th 




" 


" " 13, " 


2,308. " Thomas S. Allen, 5th 




" 


" " 13, " 


2,309. " John A. Kellogg, 6th 




•' 


" April 9, " 



312 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



2,310. 

2,;iii. 

2,312. 
2,313. 
2,314. 
2,315. 
2,316. 
2,317. 
2,318. 
2,319. 
2,320. 
2,321. 
2.322. 
2,323. 
2,324. 
2,325. 
2,326. 
2,327. 
2,328. 
2,329. 
2,330. 
2,331. 
2,332. 
2,333. 
2,334. 
2,335. 
2,336. 
2,337. 
2,338. 
2,339. 
2,340. 
2,341. 
2,342. 
2,343. 
2,344. 
2,345. 
2,346. 
2,347. 
2,348. 
2,349. 
2.350. 
2,351. 
2,352. 
2,353. 
2.3.54. 
2.355. 
2,356. 
2,357. 

2,358. 



Lt.-Col. Rufus R. Dawes, 6th Regt. Wis. Vol. Inf., from 

" HoUon Richarddon, 7th " " " 

Col. Charles E. Salomon, 9th " " 

11th " " 

12th 

13th 

14th 

16th 

17th 

19th 



" Charles L. Harris, 

" James K. Proudfit. 

" William P. Lyon, 

" Lyman M. Ward, 

" Cassius Fairchild, 

*' Adam G. Malloy, 

" Horace T. Sanders 
Lt.-Col. Sam'l K. Vaughan, 19th 
Col. Henry Berti-am, 20th 

" Harrison C. Hobart, 21st 

" Joshua J. Guppy, 23d 

" Milton Montgomery, 25th 

Lt.-Col. Jeremiah M. Rusk, 25th 

Fred. C. Winkler, 26th 

Col. Conrad Krez, 27th 

" Francis H. West, 31st 

" Charles H. De Groat, 32d 

" Jonathan B. Moore, 

" Samuel Harriman, 

" James Bintliff, 

" Ezra T. Sprague, 

" Frederick S. Lovell, 

" George C. Ginty, 

" Uri B. Pearsall, 

" Samuel Fallows, 

" William Thompson, 



33d " " 

37th 
38th 

42d 
4«th 

47th " 

48th 
49th 
1st Regt. Iowa Vol. Cav., 



Lt.-Col. Alex. G. McQueen, 1st " " 

Col. Datus E. Coon, 2d " 

" John W. Noble, 3d " 

" Edward F. Winslow, 4th " " 

" William W. Lowe, 5th " " 

" Samuel M. Pollock, 6th " " 

Lt.-Col. John Pattee, 7ih " " 

Major Geo. M. O'Brien, 7th " " 

Col. Matthew M. Trumbull, 9l.h " " 

" James B. Weaver, 2d " Vol. Inf., 

Major John Williams, 6th *' " 

Lt.-Col. James C. Parrott, 7th " " 

Col. James L. Geddes, 8th " " 

" John H. Sdbbs, 12th " 

" James Wilson, 13th " " 
" John M. Hedrick, 15th 

Lt.-Col. George Pomutz, 15th " " 

Col. Alex. Chambers, 16th " " 
Lieut. -Colonel Addison H. Saunders, 16th Regiment 

Iowa Volunteer Infantry 

Col. David B. Hillis, 17th Regt. Iowa Vol. Inf., 



March 18, 1865. 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

Oct. 26, " 

March 13, " 

" 13, " 

'' 13, " 

April 19, " 

Aug. 9, " 

March 13, " 

Jan. 12, " 

March 13, " 

" 13, «' 

" 13, " 

June 15, " 

March 26, " 

" 13, " 

" 13, " 

" 26, " 

2, " 

2, " 

20, " 

11, " 

28. " 



April 



June 
Oct. 
Sept. 
March 13, 
Oct. 24, 



Ma 



Dec 

Ma: 



Mai 



ch 13, 
13, 



13, " 

12, 1864. 
ch 13, 1S65. 

13, •' 
13, " 
13, " 
13, " 
13, " 
13, " 
18, " 

June 5, " 

ch 13, " 

■ 13, " 

' 13, " 

13, " 

13, " 

• 13, " 

• 13, " 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



313 



2.3(;o. 

2,361. 
2,3«2. 
2,363. 
2,364. 
2,S65. 
2,366. 
2.367. 
2,368. 
2,369. 

2,370. 
2,371. 
2,372. 
2,373. 
2,374. 
2,375. 
2,376. 
2,377. 
2,378. 
2,379. 
2,380. 
2,381. 
2,382. 
2,383. 
2,384. 
2,385. 
2,386. 
2,387. 
2,388. 
2,389. 
2,390. 
2,391. 
2.392. 
2,393. 
2,394. 
2,395. 
2,396. 
2,397. 
2,398. 
2,399. 
2,400. 

2,401. 
2,402. 
2,403. 
2,404. 
2,405. 



Col. Clark R. "Wever, 17th Regt. 


Iowa Vol. Inf., from Feb. 9, 1865. 


Lt.-Col. John Bruce, 19th 


" " ' 


' March 13, " 


Col. Wm. McE. Dye, 20th 


" " < 


" 13, " 


Lt.-Col. Joseph B. Leake, 20th 


" " ' 


" 13, " 


Col. Wm. M. Stone, 22d 


(C U ( 


" 13, " 


'• Harvey Graham, 22d 


U 4i 


•' July 25, " 


" Samuel L. Glasgow, 23d 


" " < 


' Dec. 19, 1864. 


" Ed. Wright, 24th 




' March 13, 1865. 


" Geo. A. Stone, 25th 


;( u 1 


" 13, " 


" Thos, H. Benton, Jr., 29th 


" " ' 


' Dec. 15, 1864. 


Lieut.-Colonel Robert F. Patterson, 


29th Regiment 




Iowa Volunteer Infanty , 




' March 13, 1865. 
" 13, " 


Col. Geo. W. Clark, 34th Regt. 


Iowa Vol. Inf., ' 


" Sylvester G. Hill, 35th 


■' " ' 


' Dec. 15, 1864. 


Lt.-Col. Francis M. Drake, 36th 


(; (( 1 


' Feb. 22, 1865. 


" Jos. 0. Hudnutt, 38th 


" " ' 


' March 1.3, " 


Col. Robt. N. McLaren, 2d Regt. 


Minn. Vol. Cav., ' 


' Dec. 14, " 


" William Colville, Jr., 1st 


Vol. Inf., ' 


' March 13, " 


Lt.-Col. Charles P. Adams, 1st 




'^ 13, " 


Col. Judson W. Bishop, 2d 


a n 


" June 7, " 


" John E. Tourtelotte, 4th 


u u < 


' March 1.3, " 


" Lncius F. Hubbard, 5th 




' Dec. 16, 1864. 


" John T. Averill, 6th 


U 41 . 


' Oct. 18, 1865. 


" Wm. R. Marshall, 7th 


" " ' 


' March 13, " 


" Minor T. Thomas, 8th 


" " 


" Feb. 10, " 


" James H. Baker, 10th 


" " < 


' March 13, " 


Lt.-Col. Sam'lP.Jennison, 10th 


" " ' 


1.3, '• 


Col. George. S. Evans, 2d Regt. 


Cal. Vol. Cav., ' 


" 13, " 


" Edward McGarry, 2d 




" 13, '^ 


Lt.-Col. Ambrose E. Hooker, 2d 


" " ' 


" 13. " 


" Francis J. Lippitt, 2d 


Vol. Inf., ' 


" 13, " 


" Thomas F. Wright, 2d 


" " ' 


" 13, - 


" James F. Curtis, 4th 


" " ' 


" 1.3, " 


" Geo. W. Bowie, 5th 


" " 


" 1.3, " 


'« Chas. W. Lewis, 7th 


" " ' 


- 13, " 


" Allen L. Anderson, 8th 


" " < 


" 1.3, - 


Col. Wm. R. Judson, 6th Regt. 


Kan. Vol. Cav., ' 


" 13, " 


" Thomas Moonlight, 11th 


" " 


■' Feb. 13, " 


" Charles W. Blair, 14th 


<< It I 


" 13, " 


Lt.-Col. Geo. H. Hoyt, 15th 




' March 13, " 


Samuel Walker, 16th 


it <( i 


" 13, " 


Major James Ketner, 16th 


" " 


u » 13^ u 


Colonel John Ritchie, 2d Regiment 


Kansas Indian 




Home Guard 




' Feb. 21, " 


Col. John A. Martin. 8th Regt. 


Kan. Vol. Inf., ' 


' March 13, " 


Lt.-Col. Edw'd F. Schneider.Sth 


" " 


" 13, " 


Col. Chas. W. Adams, 12th 


" " ' 


' Feb. 13, " 


" Thomas M. Bowen, 13th 


" " ' 


" 13, " 


Colonel Christopher Carson, 1st Regiment New Mexico 




Volunteer Cavalry 




' March 1.3, " 


XIII.— 14 







314 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



2,406. 


Colonel Robert R. Livingston, 


1st Regiment Nebraska 










Volunteer Cavalry 


from .7 line 


21, 


1S65. 


2,407. 


Colonel James H. Ford, 2d Regiment Colorado Volun- 










teer Cavalry 




' Dec. 


in 


<' 


2,408. 


Lt.-Col. Fred. E. Trotter, 1st 


Regt. Vet. Res. Corps, 


' March 13, 


1865. 


2,409. 


Col. George A. Morgan, 2d 


u ■< 


' u 


13, 


" 


2,410. 


" Frederick D. Sewall, 3d 


" " 


' July 


21, 


" 


2,411. 


Major Wm. H. H. Beadle, 3d 


" " ' 


' March 16, 


1866. 


2,412. 


" Benj. F. Harris, 4th 


K U 


' " 


13, 


1865, 


2,418. 


Col. Ambrose A. Scevens 5th 


u a 


' " 


'?, 


" 


2,414. 


Lieut. -Colonel Calvin H. Frederick, 5th Regiment 










Veteran Reserve Corps 




' " 


13, 


" 


2,415. 


Col. Moses N. Wisewell, 6th 


Regt. Vet. Res. Corps, ' 


' " 


13, 


" 


2.416. 


" Edward P. Fyffe, 7th 


" " 


' " 


13, 


" 


2,417. 


Lt.-Col. John B. Callis, 7th 


a u 


i " 


13, 


" 


2,418. 


Col. Benjamin J. Sweet, 8th 


" " 


' Dec. 


20, 


1S64. 


2,419. 


" George \V. Gile, 9th 


" " 


' May 


6. 


1S65. 


2,420. 


'* D. P. DeWitt, 10th 


" " 


' March 13, 


'• 


2,421. 


Lt.-Col. Benezst F. Foust, 10th 


" " 


' " 


13, 


" 


2,422. 


Col. J. Egbert Farnum, 11th 


" " 


' Jan. 


3, 


1866 


2,423. 


" John Mansfield, 12th 


" " 


' March 13, 


1865. 


2,424. 


Lt.-Col. John U. Bell, 12th 


" " 


' Nov. 


30, 


" 


2,425. 


Col. John Hendrickson, 13th 


" " 


' March 13, 


" 


2,426. 


Lt.-Col. Horace Neide, 13th 


" " 


C il 


13, 


" 


2,427. 


Col. Sam'l D. Oliphant, 14th 


" " 


' June 


27 


i( 


2,428. 


" James C. Strong 15th 


" " 


' March 13, 


'* 


2,429. 


Lt.-Col. Martin Flood, 15th 


" " ' 


' " 


13, 


" 


2,430. 


Colonel Charles M. Prevost, late 118th Pennsylvania 
Volunteers, 16th Regiment Veteran Reserve Corps, ' 


> 


13, 


c> 


2,431. 


Coi. A. J. Warner, 17th 


Regt. Vet. Res. Corp-s ' 


' " 


13, 


" 


2,432. 


" Oscar V. Dayton, 19th 


" " 


• " 


13, 


" 


2,433. 


" Noah L. Jeffries, 20th 


" " ' 


' " 


SO. 


" 


2,434. 


Lieut.-Colonel George A. Washburn, 20th Regiment 










Veteran Reserve Corps 




' " 


13, 


" 


2,435. 


Maj. Jas. R. 0. Beirne, 22d 


Regt. Vet. Res. Corps, ' 


' Sept. 


26, 


" 


2,436. 


Col. Wm. H. Browne, 24th 




' March 13, 


" 


2,430& 


. " William H. Morgan, 3d 


U. S. Vet. Vol. Inf., 


' " 


13, 


u 


2,437. 


" Oliver Wood, 4th 


" " 


: n 


13, 


" 


2,438. 


Lt.-Col. Aaron S. Daggett, 5th 


" ' 


' " 


13, 


" 


2,439. 


Major Edward S. Meyer, 5th 


" " 


' " 


13, 


" 


2,440. 


Col. C. E. La Motte, fith 


" " 


' " 


13, 


" 


2,441. 


" P. P. Browne, Jr., 7th 


" " 


' " 


13, 


" 


2,442. 


" Francis E. Pierce, 8th 


t> a 4 


' " 


13, 


(i 


2,443. 


Lt.-Col. William G. Mank, Sth 


" " 


, u 


13, 


" 


2,444. 


Colonel Hiram Berdan, 1st Regiment U. S. Sharp- 










shooters 




: ;; 


13, 
13. 


i< 


2,445. 


Col, C. A. R. Dimon, 1st 


Regt. U. S. Vol. Inf., ' 


" 


2,446. 


" Carroll H. Potter, 6th 


" " 


' " 


13, 


" 


2,447. 


" Jephtha Garrard. 1st 


Regt. U. S. Col. Cav., 


' " 


13, 


" 


2,448. 


Lt.-Col. Frank J. White, 2d 


" " ' 


' " 


13, 


«t 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



315 



2,449. 
2,450. 
2,451. 
2,452. 
2,453. 
2,454. 
2,455. 
2,456. 
2,457. 
2,458. 
2,459. 
2,460. 
2,461. 
2.462. 
2,463. 
2,464. 
2,465. 
2,466. 
2,467. 

2,468. 
2,469. 
2,470. 
2,471. 
2,472. 
2,473. 
2,474. 
2,475. 
2.476. 
2,477. 
2,478. 
2,479. 
2,480. 
2,481. 
2,482. 
2,483. 
2,484. 
2,485. 
2,486. 
2,487. 
2,488. 
2,489. 
2,490. 
2.491. 
2.492. 
2,493. 
2,494. 
2,495. 
2,496. 
2,497. 



Capt. Albert G. Lawrence, 2d Regt. U. S. Col. Cav., from 
Col. Embury D. Osband, 

" Jas. Grant Wilson, 

" James F. Wade, 

" John E. McGowan, 

" Herman Leib, 

" Bernard G. Farrar, 
Lt.-Col. Jas. D. McBride, 8th 
Col. Charles A. Hartwell, 10th 



3d 
4th 
6th 
1st 
5th 
6th 



Art., 



" J. Hale Sypher, 
" John H. Holraan, 
" Benj. C. Tilghman, 
Lt.-Col. George Rogers, 
Col. John W. Ames, 
" Jas. Shaw, Jr., 
" SamH C. Armstrong, 
" Elias Wright, 



11th 
l&t 
3d 
4th 
6th 
7th 
8th 

10th 



" Chas. R. Thompson, 12th " " 

Lieut.-Colonel Theodore Trauernicht, 13th Regiment 

U. S. Colored Infantry 

Col. Henry C. Corbin, 14th Regt. U. S. Col. Inf., 

" Thos. J. Morgan, 14th 
Lt.-Col. Nicholas J. Vail, 14th 
Colonel Wm. R. Shafler, 17th 
Lt.-Col. William Welsh, 19th 
Col. Milton S. Littlefield, 21st 

" Cleveland J. Campbell,23d 

" Orlando Brown, 24th 

" Albert M. Blackman, 27th 

" Chas. S. Russell, 28th 

" Delavan Bates, 30th 

" Henry 0. Ward, 31st 

Lt.-Col. W. E. W. Ross, 31st 
Col. Wm. T. Bennett, 33d 

" Wm. W. Marple, 34th 

" James C. Beecher, 35th 

" Alonzo G. Draper, 36th 
Lt.-Col. Benj. F. Pratt, 36th 
Col. Nathan Goff. Jr., 37th 

" Robert M. Hall, 3bth 

Lt.-Col. Dexter E. Clapp, 38th 

" Lucius H. Warren, 38th 

Col. Fred. W. Lister, 40th 

" Llewellyn F. Haskall,41st 

" Stephen B. Yeoman, 43d 
Lt.-Col. H. Seymour Hall, 43d 
Col. Lewis Johnson, 44th 

'• Ulysses Doubleday, 45th 

" Eliphalet Whittlesey, 46th 

" Hiram Schofield, 47th 



March 25, 


1865. 


Oct. 5, 


1864. 


March 13, 


1865. 


Feb. 13, 


" 


March 13, 


" 


" 13, 


" 


9, 


" 


" 13, 


" 


Dec. 2d, 


" 


March 13, 


*' 


" 13, 


(( 


April 13, 


" 


March 13, 


it 


Jan. 15, 


" 


March 13, 


" 


" 13, 


" 


Jan. 15, 


" 


April 13, 


" 


March 13, 


i( 


" 13, 


" 


" 13, 


« 


" 13, 


'4 


" 13, 


'« 


" 13, 


" 


Nov. 26, 


" 


March 13, 


" 


Jan. 6, 


1866. 


Oct. 27, 


1864. 


July 30, 


1864. 


" 30, 


" 


Nov. 29, 


1865. 


March 11, 


'• 


May 25, 


" 


March 13, 


" 


" 13, 


" 


Oct. 28, 


1864 


March 13, 


1665. 


" 13, 


" 


- 13, 


" 


" 13, 


" 


" 13, 


" 


" 13, 


" 


" 13, 


it 


" 13, 


" 


» 13, 


» 


" 13, 


" 


" 11, 


" 


" 13. 


"• 


" 13, 


" 



316 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



2,498. 


Col. Fred. M. Crandal, 48th 


Regt. U. S. Col. Inf., 


from Oct 


;. 24, 1865. 


2.499. 


" Chas. A. Gilchrist, 50th 


"• " 


'• March 26, " 


2, ,500. 


" A. Watson Webber, 51st 


" '• 


" " 


26. " 


2,501. 


" George M. Ziegler, 52d 


" " 


" " 


13, " 


2, .502. 


" Orlando C. Risdon, 53d 


u u 


" " 


13, " 


2,503. 


" Thomas D. Seawell, 57th 


" " 


»l u 


13, " 


2,504. 


" Simon M. Preston, 5Sth 


" " 


" Dec. 


30, " 


2,505. 


" Edward Bouton, 59th 


" " 


" Feb. 


28, " 


2,506. 


" John G. Hudson, 60th 


" " 


" March 13, " 


2.507. 


" Theodore H. Barrett, 62d 


" " 


n u 


13, " 


2,508. 


" John Eaton, Jr., 63d 


;i u 


" " 


13, " 


2,509. 


" Samuel Thomas, 64th 


" " 


" " 


13, " 


2,510. 


" Alonzo J. Edgerton, C5th 


" " 


i> (( 


13, " 


2.511. 


Lt.-Col. George Baldey, 65th 


" " 


" " 


13, " 


2,512. 


Col. Wm. T. Frohock, 66.h 


" " 


" " 


13, " 


2.513. 


" J. Blackburn Jones, 68th 


" " 


" " 


13, " 


2,514. 


" Henry W. Fuller, 75th 


" " 


" " 


13, " 


2,515. 


" Chas, W. Drew, 76th 


" " 


" " 


13, " 


2,510. 


" Samuel B. Jones, 78th 


" " 


" " 


31, " 


2,!517. 


" James M. Williams, 79th 


11 u 


" July 


13, " 


2,518. 


" William S. Mudgett, 80th 


" " 


" March 13, " 


2,519. 


" John F. Appleton, 81st 


a n 


u u 


13, - 


2,520. 


Lt.-Col. Isaac S. Bangs, Slst 


K U 


u u 


13, " 


2.521. 


Col. Samuel J. Crawford, 83d 


u ^i 


» " 


13, " 


2,522. 


" William H. Dickey, S4th 


" " 


" " 


13, " 


2,523. 


" Henry N. Frisbie, 92d 


'• " 


" " 


13, " 


2,524, 


" Samuel M. Quincy, 96th 


" " 


" " 


13, " 


2,525. 


'• George D. Robinson, 97th 


(( (( 


" " 


13, » 


2,526. 


" Reuben D. Mussey, 100th 


u u 


♦' " 


13, " 


2,5266, 


. Lt.-Col. Henry G. Davis, 101st 


t( a 


u u 


13, - 


2,5-37. 


Col. Henry L. Chipman, 102d 


(( (( 


11 t( 


13, " 


2,528. 


" Stewart L. Woodford, 103d 


(( c 


" May 


12, " 


2.529. 


" Douglas Frazer, 104th 


U 11 


" March 13, " 


2,530. 


" Wm. R. Revere, Jr., 107th 


4t U 


" " 


13, " 


2,531. 


" Orion A. Bartholomew, 109th Regiment of U. S. 








Colored Infantry 




i( (( 


13, " 


2,532. 


Col. Lewis G. Brown, 117th 


Regt. U. S. Col. Inf. 


u 


13, " 


2,533. 


" John C. Moon, 118th 


•' " 


" Nov. 


21, " 


2,534. 


" Chas. G. Bartlett, 119th 


«l u 


" March 13, " 


2,535. 


" Samuel A. Porter, 123d 


11 11 


" " 


13, « 


2,536. 


" Chas. H. Howard, 128th 


U 41 


" Aug. 


15, - 


2,537. 


" Benj. C. Ludlow, U. S. Colored Troops, 


" Oct. 


28, 1864. 



GENERAL OFFICERS OF STATES 

WHO ENTERED THE SERVICE WITH THE QUOTAS OF 

THEIR RESPECTIVE STATES IN APRIL, ISei, 

FOR THREE MONTHS.— (12.) 



New York. 

2.538. Major-General Charles W. Sandford, mustered out August 15, 1861. 

New Jersey. 

2.539. Brig.-General Theodore Runyon, mustered out July 30, 1861. 

Pennsylvania. 

2.540. Major-General Robert Patterson, mustered out July 27, 1F61. 

2.541. Brevet Major-General George C. Cadwallader, mustered out July 19, 1861. 

Ohio. 

2.542. Maj or- General George B. McClellan, appointed Major-General U. S. Ai-my. 

2.543. Brig.-General J. D. Cox, appointed Brig.-General U. S. Volunteers 

2.544. Brig.-General N. Schleich, mustered out July SO, 1861. 

2.545. Brig.-General J. H. Biites, mustered out August 27, 1861. 

Indiana. 

2.546. Brig.-General T. A. Morris, mustered out July 27, 1861. 

Wisconsin. 

2.547. Brig.-General Rufus King, appointed Brig.-General U. S Volunteers. 

Massachusetts. 

2.548. Brig.-General Benjamin F. Butler, appointed Major-General U. S. Volun- 
teers. 

Connecticut. 

2.549. Brig.-General Daniel Tyler, mustered out August 8, 1861. 



GENERAL OFFICERS DECEASED WHILE 
LSr THE SERVICE.— (102.) 



Killed in Action— (38). 

2.550. Brig. -General Thomas Williams, killed Aug. 5, 1S62, at Battle of Baton 

Rouge, La. 

2.551. Brig -General Robert L. McCook, killed Aug. 6, 1862, near Dechard, Tenn., 

by guerillas. 

2.552. Brig.-General Henry Bohlen, killed Aug. 22, 1862, at Freeman's Ford, Rap- 

pahannock River, Va. 

2.553. Major-General Philip Kearney, killed Sept. 1, 1862, at Chantilly, Va. 

2.554. Major-General Isaac I. Stevens, killed Sept. 1, 1S62, at Chantilly, Va. 

2.555. Brig.-General Pleasant A. Hackelman, killed Oct. 3, 1862, at Corinth, Miss. 

2.556. Brig.-General James S. Jackson, killed Oct. 8, 1862, at Perryville, Ky. 

2.557. Brig.-General Wm. R. Terrill, killed Oct. 8, 1862, at Perryville, Ky. 

2.558. Brig.-General Conrad Feger Jackson, killed Dec. 13, 1862, at Fredericks- 

burg, Va. 

2.559. Brig.-General Joshua W. Sill, killed Dec. 31, 1862, at Stone River, Tenn. 

' 2,560. Major-General Hiram G. Berry, killed May 2, 1863, at Chancellorsville, Va. 

2,561. Major-General John F. Reynolds, killed July 1. 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa. 

• 2,563. Brig.-General Stephen ^Y. Weed, killed July 2, 1863, at Gettysbm-g, Pa. 

2.563. Brevet Major-General S. K. Zook, killed July 2, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa. 

2.564. Brevet Brig.-General A. Van Horn Ellis, Colonel 124th N. Y. Volunteers, 

killed July 2, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa. ■ 

2.565. Brevet Brig.-General Lewis Benedict, Colonel 162d N. Y. Volunteers, killed 

April 9, 1864, at Port Hudson, La. 

2.566. Brevet Major-General Alex. Hays, U. S. Volunteers, killed May 5, 1864, at 

the Wilderness, Va. 

2.567. Brevet Major-General James S. Wadsworth, TJ. S. Volunteers, killed May 6, 

1864, at the Wilderness, Va. 
^-2,568. Major-General John Sedgwick, U. S. Volunteers, killed May 9, 1864, at 
Spottsylvania Court-house, Va. 

2.569. Brig.-General Thomas G. Stevenson, U. S. Volunteers, killed May 10, 1864, 

at Spottsylvania Court-house, Va. 

2.570. Brig.-General James C. Rice, U. S. Volunteers, killed May 10, 1864, at 

Laurel HUl, Va. 



OFFICERS DECEASED WHILE m THE SERVICE. 319 

2.571. Brevet Brig.-General Henry H. Giesy, Major 46th Ohio Volunteers, killed 

May 28, 1864, at Dallas, Ga. 

2.572. Brevet Brig.-General John McConihe, Colonel 169th N. Y. Volunteers, 

killed June 1, 1864, at Cold Harbor, Va. 

2.573. Brevet Brig.-General Thomas W. Humphrey, Colonel 95th Illinois Volun- 

teers, killed June 10, 1864, at Grentown, Mo. 

2.574. Brevet Brig.-General Wm. Blaisdell, Colonel 11th Massachusetts Volunteers, 

killed June 23, 1864, before Petersburg, Va. 

2.575. Brevet Brig.-General George A. Cobham, Jr., Colonel lUth Pennsylvania 

Volunteers, killed July 20, 1864, at Peach-tree Creek, Ga. 

2.576. Major-General James B. McPherson, U. S. Volunteers, killed July 22, 1864, 

before Atlanta, Ga. 

2.577. Brevet Brig.-General Griffin A. Stedman, Colonel 11th Connecticut Volun- 

teers, killed Aug. 6, 1864. 

2.578. Brevet Brig.-General George E. Elstner, Lt.-Colonel 50th Ohio Volunteers, 

killed Aug. 8, 1864, before Atlanta, Ga. 
•2,579. Brevet Major-General David A. Russell, TJ. S. Volunteers, killed Sept. 19, 
1864, at Winchester, Va. 

2.580. Brevet Brig.-General Frank H. Peck, Lt.-Colonel 12th Connecticut Volun- 

teers, killed Sept. 19, 1864, at Winchester, Va. 

2.581. Brig.-General Hiram Buruham, U. S. Volunteers, killed Sept. 30, 1864, at 

Chapin's Farm, Va. 

2.582. Brevet Brig.-General George D. Wells, Colonel 34th Massachusetts Volun- 

teers, killed Oct. 13, 1864, at Cedar Creek, Va. 

2.583. Brig.-General Daniel D. Bidwell, U. S. Volunteers, killed Oct. 19, 1864, at 

Cedar Creek, Va. 

2.584. Brevet Brig.-General Sylvester G. Hill, Colonel 35th Iowa Volunteers, 

killed Dec. 15, 1864, at Nashville, Tenn. 

2.585. Brevet Major General Frederick Winthrop, Colonel 5th New York Veteran 

Volunteers, killed April 1, 1865, at Five Forks, Va. 

2.586. Brevet Brig.-General George W. Gowan, Colonel 48th Pennsylvania Volun- 

teers, killed April 2, 1865, near Petersburg, Va. 

2.587. Brevet Brig.-General Theodore Bead, Major and Asst. Adjutant-General 

Volunteers, killed April 6, 1865, at High Bridge, Va. 



Died of Wounds Received in Action— (29). 

2,508. Brig.-General Wm. H. L; Wallace, TJ. S. Volunteers, died April 10, 1862, at 
Savannah, Tenn.. of wounds received at Shiloh, Tenn. 

2.589. Brig.-General George W. Taylor, U. S. Volunteers, died Aug. 31, 1862, at 

Alexandria, Va., of wounds received near Cub Ilnn, Va. 

2.590. Brevet Brig.-General Thornton F. Broadhead, Colonel 1st Michigan Cav- 

alry, died Sept. 2, 1862, of wounds received at Bull Run, Va. 

2.591. Major-General Jesse L. Reno, U. S. Volunteers, died Sept. 14, 1862, of 

wounds received in battle of South Mountain, Md. 

2.592. Major-General Joseph K. F. Mansfield, U. S. Volunteers, died Sept. 18, 

1862, ot wounds received in battle of Antietam, Md. 

2.593. Brig.-General Isaac P. Rodman, U. S. Volunteers, died Sept. 30, 1862, of 

wounds received in battle of Antietam, Md. 



320 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

2.594. Major-General Isi-ael B. Richardson, U. S. Volunteers, died Nov. 3, 1862, 

at Sharpsbnrg, Md., of wounds received in battle of Antietam, Md. 

2.595. Brig. -General George D. Bayard, U. S. Volunteers, died Dec. 14, 1862, of 

wounds received at the battle of Fredericksburg, Va. 

2.596. Major-General Amiel W. Whipple, U. S. Volunteers, died May 7, 1863, at 

Washington, D.C., of wounds received at Chancellorsville, Md. 

2.597. Brig.-General Edmund Kirby, U. S. Vohmteers, died May 28, 1863, at Wash- 

ington, D. C, of wounds received at Chancellorsville, Md. 

2.598. Brevet Brig.-General George H. Ward, Colonel 15th Massachusetts Volun- 

teers, died July 2, 1863, of wounds received at Gettysburg, Pa. 

2.599. Brevet Brig.-General Paul Joseph Revere, Colonel 20th Massachusetts 

Volunteers, died July 5, 1863, of wounds received at Gettysburg, Pa. 

2.600. Brevet Brig.-General Louis R. Francine, Colonel 7th New Jersey Volun- 

teers, died July 16, 1863, of wounds received at Gettysburg, Pa. 

2.601. Major-General George C. Strong, U. S. Volunteers, died July 30, 1863, of 

wounds received in the as.sault on Fort Wagner, R . C . 

2.602. Brig.-General Wm, H. Lytle, U. S. Volunteers, died Sept. 20, 1863, of 

wounds received at Chickamauga, Ga. 

2.603. Brig.-General William P. Sanders, U. S. Volunteers, died Nov. 19, 1863, of 

wounds received before Knoxville, Tcnn. 

2.604. Brevet Brig.-General Wm. N. Green, Lt.-Colonel 173d New York Volun- 

teers, died ilay 14, 1861, of wounds received in action. 

2.605. Brevet Brig.-General Arthur H. Button, Co'.onel 21st Connecticut Volun- 

teers, died June 4, 1S64, of wounds received in action. 
2,636. Brevet Brig.-General Wm. H. Sackett, Colonel 9th New York Cavalry Vol- 
unteers, died June 10, 1S64, of wounds received in action. 

2.607. Brevet Brig.-General George L. Presscott, Colonel 82d Massachusetts Volun- 

teers, died June 19, 1864, of wounds received in action. 

2.608. Brig.-General Charles G. Harker, U. S. Volunteers, died June 27, 1864, of 

■wounds received before Marietta, Ga. 

2.609. Brig.-General Samuel A. Rice, U. S. Volunteers, died July 6, 1864, of 

wounds received at Jenkins' Ferry, Ark. 

2.610. Brevet Brig.-General James A. Mulligan, Colonel 23d Illinois Volunteers, 

died July 26, 1864, of wounds received at Winchester, Va. 

2.611. Brevet Brig.-General Henry Lyman Patten, Major 20th Massachusetts 

Volunteers, died September 10, 1S('4, of wounds received in action. 

2.612. Brevet Brig.-General Willoughby Babcock, Lieut. -Colonel 75th New York 

Volunteers, died October 6, 1864, of wounds received in action. 

2.613. Brevet Brig.-General Alexander Gardiner, Colonel 14th New Hampshire 

Volunteers, died October 7, 1864, of wounds received at Opequan, Va. 

2.614. Brevet Brig.-General J. Howard Kitching, Colonel 6th New York Volun- 

teer Aitillery, died Jan. 10, 1865, of wounds received in action. 

2.615. Brevet Major-General Thomas A. Smyth, U. S. Volunteers, died April 9, 

1S65, of wounds received near Farmville, Va. 

2.616. Brevet Brig.-General Francis Washburn, Colonel 4th Massachusetts Cav- 

alry, died April 22, 1865, of wounds received in action. 



OFFICERS DECEASED WHILE IN THE SERVICE. 321 



Died of Disease and Other Causes— (35). 

2.617. Brevet Brig.-General John Garland, Colonel 8th U. S. Infantry, at New 

York City, June 5, 1861. 

2.618. Brevet Major-General George Gibson, U. S. Ai-niy, at Washington, D. C, 

Sept. 29, 1861. 

2.619. Brig.-General Frederick W. Lander, TJ. S. "Volunteers, at Camp Chase, on 

the Upper Potomac, Va., March 2, 1862. 

2.620. Major-General Charles F. Smith, U. S. Volunteers, at Savannah, Tenn., 

April 25, 1862. 

2.621. Brig.-General Wm. H. Keim, U. S. Volunteers, at Harrisburg, Pa., May 18, 

1862. 

2.622. Brig.-General Joseph B. Plummer, TJ. S. Volunteers, at Corinth, Miss., 

August 9, 1£62. 

2.623. Majcr-General Wm, Nelson, U. S. Vohmteers, at Louisville, Ky., Sept. 29, 

1862. 

2.624. Major-General Ormsby M. Mit(!hell, IT. S. Volunteers, at Beaufort, S. C, 

Oct. 30, 1662. 

2.625. Brig.-General Charles D. Jamison, TJ. S. Volunteers, at Old Town, Me., 

Nov. 6, 1862. 

2.626. Brig.-General Francis E. Patterson, TJ. S. Volunteers, Nov. 6, 1662. 

2.627. Brevet Brig.-General Sylvester Churchill, Colonel TJ. S. A., at Washington, 

D. C, Dec. 7, 1862. 

2.628. Major-General Edwin V. Sumner, TJ. S. Volunteers, at Syracuse, N. Y., 

March 21, 1863. 

2.629. Brig.-General James Cooper, TJ. S. Volunteers, at Columbus, Ohio, March 

28, 1863. 

2.630. Brig.-General E. N. Kirk, TJ. S. Volunteers, at Chicago, III., July 29, 

1863. 

2.631. Brig.-General Thomas Welsh, TJ. S. Volunteers, at Cincinnati, Ohio, Aug. 

14, 1863. 

2.632. Major-General John Buford, TJ. S. Volunteers, at Washington, D. C, Dec. 

16, 1863. 

2.633. Brig.-General Michael Corcoran, TJ. S. Volunteers, at Fairfax Court House, 

Va., Dec. 22, 1863. 

2.634. Brig.-General Stephen G. Champlin, TJ. S. Volunteers, at Grand Rapids, 

Mich., Jan. 26, 1864. 

2.635. Brevet Major-General Joseph G. Totten, Chief Engineer TJ. S. A., at Wash- 

ington, D. C, April 22, 1864. 
2,6;^6. Brig.-General Joseph P. Taylor, TJ. S. A., at Washington, D, C, June 29, 
1864. 

2.637. Brig.-General Daniel P. Woodbury, TJ. S. Volunteers, at Key West, Fla., 

Aug. 15, 1864. 

2.638. Brig.-General Joshua B. Howell, TJ. S. Volunteers, near Petersburg, Va., 

Sept. 14, 1864. 

2.639. Brevet Brig.-General Thomas J. C. Amory, Colonel 17th Massachusetts 

Volunteers, at Beaufort, N. C, Oct. 7, 1864. 

2.640. Major-General David B. Birney, U. S. Volunteers, at Philadelphia, Pa., 

Oct. 18, 1864. 

14* 



322 STATISTICAL RECORD. 

2.641. Brevet "Major-General T. E. G. Ransom, U. S. Volunteers, at Rome, Ga., 

Oct. 29, 1864. 

2.642. Brevet Brig.-General Chas. Wheelock, Colonel 97th New York Volunteers, 

Jan. 21, 1865. 

2.643. Brevet Brig.-General David P. Shunk, Colonel 8th Indiana Volunteers, 

Feb. 21, 1865. 

2.644. Brevet Brig.-General Cleaveland J, Campbell, Colonel 23d U. S. Colored 

Troops, at Charlestown, N. Y., June 13, 1865. 

2.645. Brig.-General George Wright, XJ. S. Volunteers, lost at sea by wreck of 

steamer Jonathan, en route from San Francisco to Columbia River, July 
30, 1865. 

2.646. Brig.-General M. M. Crocker, TJ. S. Volunteers, at Washington, D. C, 

Aug. £6, 1865. 

2.647. Brevet Brig.-General Alonzo G. Draper, 36th U. S. Colored Troops, by ac- 

cidental gunshot wound, Sept. 3, 1865. 

2.648. Brig.-General Alexander Schimmelfennig, TJ. S. Volunteers, at Werners- 

ville, Pa., Sept. 7, 1865. 

2.649. Brevet Brig.-General Wm. R. Revere, Jr., Colonel 107th U. S. Colored 

Troops, at Morehead City, N. C, Sept. 20, 1865. 

2.650. Brevet Brig.-General Ren6 E. DeRussy, Colonel Corps of Engineers, U. S. 

A., at San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 23, 1865. 

2.651. Brevet Major-General Wm. W. Morris, Colonel 2d U. S. Artillery, at Balti- 

more, Md., Dec. 15, 1861. 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



Abbott, Henry L., 521, 692 
Joseph C, 1,518 
Ira C, 2,094 
Abercrombie, John J., 766, 866 
Albert, William S., 1.544 
Acker, George S., 2,087 
Adam?, AlonzoW., 1,616 
Adams, Charles P., 2,376 
Charles W , 2,403 
Charles Francis, Jr., 1,542 
Robert N., 2,022 
William A., 2,167 
Agnus, Felix, 1,758 
Alger, Rassell A., 566 
Albright, Charles, 1,893 
Alden Alonzo, 1,759 
Alexander, Andrew J., 720, 1,401 
Barton S., 687 
Edmund B., 776 
Allaire, Anthony J., 1,738 
AUcock, Thomas R., 1,639 
Allen, Harrison, 1,882 

Robert, 49, 371, 1,205 
Thomas S., 2,308 
Alvord, Benjamin, 675, 979 
Ames, Adelbert, 131, 338, 1,202 
John W., 2,462 
William, 1,594 
Ammen, Jacob, 1,031 
Amory, Thomas J. C, 1,552, 2,639 
Anderson, Allen L., 2,393 
John F., 1,395 
Nicholas L., 557 
Robert, 28, 589 
William B., 2,231 



Andrews, Christopher C, S49, 1,2( 

George L.. 461, 1,096 
Anthony, DeWitt C, 2,148 
Appleton, John F., 2,519 
Armstrong, Samuel C, 2,464 
Arnold, Lewis G-., 736, 935 

Richard, 130, 497, 1,114 
Asboth, Alexander, 388, 966 
Askew, Franklin, 1,967 
Astor, John J.. Jr., 1,369 
Atkins, Smith D., 575 
Augur, Christopher C, 154, 215, 9;; 
Aukeny, Rollin V., 2,279 
Averell William W., 93, 1,080 
Aver ill, John T., 2,380 
Avery, Matthew Henry, 1,625 

Robert, 531 
Ayres, Romeyn B., 129, 307, 1,113 

Babbitt, Edwin B., 634 
Babcock, Orville E., 697 

Willoughby, 1,692, 2.612 
Bache, Hartman, 681 
Badeau, Adam, 759, 1,383 
Bailey, Joseph, 444, 1,317 

Silas M., 1,817 
Baird, Absalom, 41, 314, 994 
Baker, Benjamin F., 527 

Edward D., 837 

James H., 2,383 

Lafayette C, 1,340 
Balch. Joseph P., 1,596 
Baldwin, Charles P., 1,497 
William H , 2,025 
Baldy, George, 2,611 



324 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



B.ill, William H.. 2.052 
Ballier, John F., 1,857 
Balloch, G. ^Y., 1.473 
Bangs, Ii-aac S., 2.520 
Bankhcad, Heni-y C, 1,445 
Banks, Nathaniel P., 109 
Banning, Henry B., 564 
Barber, Gersham M., 2.0T6 
Barlow, Francis C. 234, 1,073 
Barnard, John G., 70, 893 
Barnes, Charles, 1,810 

James, 390, 1,140 
Joseph K., 05, 610 
Barnett, James, 1,1)60 
Barney, Albert M., 1,744 

Benjamin Griffin, 1,808 
Lewis T., 532 
Barnnm, Henry A., 392, 1,353 
Barrett, Theodore H., 2,507 

Wallace W., 2,218 
Barriger, John W., 660 
Barry, H. W., 581 

William F., 119, 313, 865 
Barstow, Simon F., 1,420 

Wilson, 1,393 
Bartholomew, Orion A., 2,531 
Bartlett, Charles G., 2,534 

Joseph J., 302, 1,086 
William C, 1,920 
William F., 391, 1,273 
Barton, William B., 1,674 
Bassett, Isaac C, 1,851 
Batchelder, Richard N., 1,451 
Bates, Delavan, 2,478 

Erastus N., 2,243 
J. H., 2,545 
Baxter, DeWitt C, 1.846 
Henry, 407, 1.188 
Bayard, George D., 998, 2,595 
Beadle, William H. H., 2,411 
Beal, George L., 393, 1,313 
Beattj\ Johfl, 1,160 

Samuel, 366, 1,149 
Beaver, James A., 1,879 
Beckwith, Amos, 62, 1,368 
Edward G., 737 
Bedel, John, 1,517 
Beecher, James C , 2,483 
Belknap, William W., 383, 1,294 
Bell, John H., 2,424 



Bell, Joseph Warren, 2,180 

George, 658 
Bendix, John E., 1,658 
Benedict, Lewis, 1,755, 2 
B?nham, Henry W., 73, 394, 858 
Benjamin, William H.. 1,622 
Bennett, John E., 2,239 

Thomas W,, 2,149 
William T., 2,481 
Bentley, Richard C, 1,683 
Robert H., 1,958 
Benton, Thomas H., Jr., 2,368 
William P., 460, 1,007 
Berdan, Hiram, 2,444 
Berry, Hiram G., 242, 953, 2,560 
Bertram, Henry, 2,321 
Beveridgo, John L., 2,184 
Biddle, Charles J., 872 

James, 2,12^3 
Bidwell, Daniel D., 1,298, 2,583 
Bigg.s, Herman, 1,449 

Jonathan, 2,274 
Biles, Edwin R., 1,858 
Bingham, Henry H., 1,447 
Judson D., 044 
Bintliff, James, 2,332 
Eirgo, Henry W.,345, 1,245 
Blrney, David B., 250, 941, 2,640 

William, 39.3, 1,203 
Bishop, Judson W„ 2,377 
Black, John Charles, 2,213 
Blackman, Albert M., 2,476 
Biair, Charles W\, 2,396 

Frank P., 249, 1,052 

Lewis J., 2,158 

William H., 1,883 
Blaisdell, William, 1,549, 2,574 
Blake, George A. H., 710 
Elakoslee. Erastus, 1,600 
Blanchard, Justus W., 1,756 
Blandon, Leandei-, 2,254 
Elenker, Louis, 849 
Bloomfield, Ira J., 2.205 
Blunt, Asa P., 1,530 

James G.. 245, 973 
Bodine, Robert L., 1,821 
Bohlen, Henry, 1,008, 2,552 
Bolinger, H. C, 1,815 
Bolles John A., 1,384 
Bolton, William J., 1,884 



lOTDEX TO NAMES. 



325 



Boniford, James V., 771 
Bond, John R., 2,043 
Bonham. Edward, 2,221 
Bonneville, L. E., 755 
Boughton, Horace, 1,745 
Bouton, Edward, 2,505 
Bowen, James, 3!»6, 1,088 
Thomas M., 2,404 
Bowcrman, Richard N., 1,905 
Bowers, Theodore S., 629 
Bowie, George W., 2,391 
Bowman, Samuel M., 1,853 
Bowyer, Eli, 2,288 
Boyd, Joseph F., 1,459 
Boyle, Jeremiah T., 921 
Boynton, Henry, 1,493 

Henry V. N., 1,980 
Bradley, Luther P., 798, 1,292 
Bradshaw, Robert C, 2,302 
Brady, Thomas J., 2,161 
Bragg, Edward S., 1,279 
Brniley, Moses R., 2,044 
Bramlette, Thomas E., 1,201 
Brannon, John M., 115, 340, 906 
Brayman, Mason, 397, 1,015 
Brayton, Charles R., 1,593 
Breck, Samuel, 626 
Brewerton, Henry, 6S2 
Brewster, William R., 1,691 
Brice, Benjamin \V., 66 
Briggs, Henry S., 1,043 
Brinkerhoff, Roelifif, 1,454 
Brisbin, James S., 398, 1,341 
Briscoe, James C, 1,890 
Brodhead, Thornton F., 2,078, 2,590 
Bronson, Stephen, 2,282 
Brooke, John R., 303, 804, 1,267 
Brooks, Horace, 745 

William T. H., 260, 905 
Brown, Charles E., 2,004 

Egbert B., 1,176 

Harvey, 125 

Hiram L., 1,876 

John Marshall, 1,513 

Lewis G., 2,532 

Nathan W., 671 

Orlando, 2,475 

P. P., 2,441 

Samuel B., Jr., 2,089 

S. Lockwood, 1,460 



Brown, Theodore F., 2,225 

William R., 1,918 
Browne, Thomas M., 2,124 
William H., 2,4£6 
Brownlovv, James P., 1,931 
Bi-uce, John, 2,360 
Brumback, JefEerson, 2,033 
Brush, Daniel H., 2,202 
Buchanan, Robert C, 133, 1,099 
Buckingham, C. P., 1,033 
Bucldand, R. P.. 399, 1,154 
Buell, Don Carlos, 178, 815 

George P., 799. 2,145 
Buford, John, 262, 1,051, 2,632 

Napoleon B., 253, 451, 980 
Bukey, Van H., 1,915 
Burbank, Sidney, 754 
Burbridge, Stephen G., 1,023 
Burke, Joseph W., 1,964 

Martin, 741 
Burling, George C, 1,776 
Biu-nett, Henry L., 1,446 
Burnham, Hiram, 1,261, 2,581 
Barns, William W., 655, 903 
Burnside, Ambrose E., 176, 847 
Burton, Henry S., 749 
Busey, Samuel T., 2,241 
Bussey, Cyrus, 445, 1,259 
Busteed, Richard, 1,053 
Butler, Benjamin F., 170, 2,548 

Thomas H., 2,121 
Butterfield, Daniel, 143, 232, 886 
Byrne, James J., 522 

Cadwalader, George C, 188, 2,541 
Cady, Albemarle, 770 
Caldwell, John C, 496, 1,009 
Callander, Franklin D., 705 
Callis, John B,, 2,417 
Cameron, Daniel, 2,235 
Hugh, 1,928 
Robert A., 400, 1,236 
Campbell, Charles T., 1,127 

Cleaveland J., 2,474, 2,644 

Edward L., 1,774 

Jacob M., 1,838 

John A., 1,421 

William B., 1,027 
Canby, Edward R. S., 25, 268, 618, 970 
Candy, Charles, 2,007 



326 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



Capehart, Henry, 556 
Oapron, Horace, 2,182 
Card, Benjamin C, 649 
Carle, James, l,8bS 
Carleton, Charles A., 1,405 

James H., 110, 401, 993 
Carlin, William P., 155, 457, 1,111 
Carman, Ezra A., 1,781 
Carnahan, Robert H., 2,169 
Carr, Joseph B., 370. 1,061 

Eugene A., 104, 350, 946 
Carrington, Henry B., 794, 1,098 
Carroll, Samuel S., 149, 378, 1,269 
Carruth, Sumner, 1.577 
Carson, Christopher, 2,405 
Carter, Samuel P., 360, 1,013 
Case, Henry, 2,277 
Casement, John S., 2,041 
Casey, Silas, 142, 195, 869 
Cassidy, Ambrose L. , 1,708 
Catlin, Isaac S., 534 
Catterson, Robert F., 1,355 
Cavender, John S., 2.298 
Chamberlain, Joshua L., 464, 1,276 

Samuel E., 1.534 
Chambers, Alexander, 1.232, 2,356 
Champion, Thomas E.. 2,256 
Champlin, Stephen G., 1,168, 2,634 
Chapin, Edward P., 1,220 
Chaplin, Daniel, 515 
Chapman, George H., 380, 1.286 
Chetlain, Augustus L., 488, 1,253 
Chickering, Thomas E., 1,537 
Chipman, Henry L.. 2,527 
Norton P., 1,370 
Christ, Benjamin C, 1,882 
Christensen, Christian T., 1,406 
Christian, William H., 1,669 
Chrysler, Morgan H., 402, 1,366 
Churchill, Mendal, 1,976 

Sylvester, 630, 2,627 
Cilly, Jonathan P., 1,483 
Cist, Henry M., 1,422 
Clapp. Dexter E., 2.488 
Clark, George W., 2,370 
Gideon, 1,871 
John S., 1.371 
William T., 502, 1,352 
Clarke, Henry F., 61 

William Hyde, 1,423 



Clary, Robert E., 636 
Clay, CassiusM.,186 

Cecil, 1,841 
Clayton, Powell, 1,295 
Clendennin, David R., 2,173 
Clity. Henry B., 765 
Clough, Joseph M., 1,526 
Cluseret, Gustave P., 1,089 
Coates, Benjauiin F., 2,028 

James H., 2,194 
Cobb, Amasa, 2,307 
Cobham, George A., Jr., 1,866 
Coburn. John, 2,140 
Cochrane, John, 1,044 
Cockerill, Joseph R.. 2,010 
Cogswell, William, 1,546 
Coit, James B.. 1,611 
Cole, George W., 580 
Colgi-ove, Silas, 2,139 
Collier, Frederick H., 1,873 
Collis, Charles H. T., 549 
Colville, William, Jr.. 2,375 
Comley, James M., 1,972 
Commager, Heni-y S., 2,064 
Comstock, Cyrus B., 507, 693 
Congdon, James A., 1,802 
Conklin, James T., 1,455 
Conner, Patrick E., 403, 1,193 

Seldon, 1,275 
Conrad, Joseph, 2,290 
Cook, Edwin F., 1,618 

Philip St. G., 18, 594 
Cooke, John, 490, 958 
Coons, Datus E., 2,340 
Cooper, James, 843, 2,629 

Joseph A., 381, 1,288 
Copeland, Joseph T., 1,158 
Corbin, Henry C, 2,468 
Corcoran, Michael, 846. 2,633 
Corse, John M., 318. 1,237 
Couch, Darius N., 199, 829 
Coughlin, John, 1,521 
Coulter, Richard, 546 
Cowdin, Robert, 1,080 
Cowen, B. Rush, 1,479 
Cox, John C, 1,472, 2,543 

J. D., 221, 831 

Robert C, 1,895 
Craig, Henry K., 700 
James, 967 



2,575 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



327 



Cram, George H., 1,940 

Thomas J., 00. 1,394 

Cramer, Francis L., 1,022 

Crandall, Frederick M., 2,498 

Crane, Charles H., ()63 
MironM., 1,719 

Cranor, Jonathan, 1,984 

Crawford, Samuel J., 2,521 

Samuel W., 135, 305, 986 

Crittenden, Thomas L., 208, 802, 895] 
Thomas T., 1,001 

Crocker, John S., 1,707 

Marcellus M., 1,175, 2,046 

Crook, George, 140, 274, 1,060 

Cross, Nelson, 520 
Osborn, 635 

Grossman, George H., 47 

Crowningshield, Casper, 1,536 

Croxton, John T., 480, 1,289 

Crnft, Charles, 346, 1,036 

Cullum, George W., 72, 920 

Cummings, Alexander, 1,806 
Gilbert W., 2,224 

Cummins, John E., 2,065 

Cunningham, James A., 1,574 

Curley, Thomas, 2.296 

Curtin, John J., 1,825 

Curtis, Arthur R.. 1,557 
Greeley S , 1,535 
James F., 2,390 
N. Martin, 387, 1,328 
Samuel E., 180, 827 

Curtiss, James E., 1,749 
William B., 1,916 

Custer, George A., 107, 281, 1,218 

Cutcheon, Byron M., 2,118 

Cutler, Lysander, 311, 1,133 

Cutting, William, 1,396 

Cutts, Richard D., 1,372 

Cuyler, John M., 669 

Daggett, Aaron S., 2,4^18 

Rufus, 1,728 
Dana, Edmund L., 1,875 

James J., 648 

Napoleon J. T., 241, 940 
Dandy, George B., 652, 1,713 
Darr, Francis, 1.478 
Davidson. John W., 91, 356, 939 
Davies, Henry E., S82, 1,243 



Davies, Thomas A., 490, 947 
Davis, E. J., 1,316 

Edwin P., 1,715 

Hasbrouck, 2,177 

Henry G., 2,5266 

Jefferson C, 116, 310, 931 

Nelson H., 631 

William W. H.. 1,861 
Dawes, Rufus R., 2,310 
Dawson, Andrew R. Z., 2,067 

Samuel K., 790 
Day, Hannibal, 763 
Henry M., 2,250 
Nicholas W., 1,736 
Dayton, Oscar V., 2,432 
Deems, James M., 1,900 
De Groat, Charles H., 2,329 
De Hart, Richard P., 2,164 
Deitzler, George W., 1,179 
De Lacey, William, 1,757 
Delafield, Richard, 68, 606 
De Land, Charles V., 2,093 
Dennis, Elias S.. 479, 1,163 

John B., 1,480 
Dennison, Andrew W.. 555 
Dent, Frederick T., 758, 1,339 
Denver, James W., 860 
De Russy, Gustavus A., 742. 1,207 

Ren6 E., 680, 2,650 
De Trobriand, Philip Regis, 476, 801, 

1,258 
Devens, Charles, 471, 983 
Devereux, Arthur F., 1,553 
Devin, Thomas C, 384, 729, 1,310 
Dervey, J. A., 1,267 
De Witt, David P., 2,420 
Dick, George F., 2,156 
Dickerson, Christopher J., 2,104 
Dickey, William H., 2,522 
Dickinson, Joseph, 1,424 
Dihvorth, Caleb J., 2,247 
Dimick, Justin, 730 
Dimon, Charles A. R., 2,445 
Diven, Alexander S., 1,718 

Charles W., 1,891 
Dix, John A., 168 
Dixon, William D., 1,814 
Doan, Azariah W., 2,021 
Dodd, Levi A., 1,897 
Dodge, Charles C, 1,170 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



Dodge, George S., 1,448 

GrenvilleM.. a70, 971 
Donaldson, James L., 50, 513 
Donohue, Michael T., 1,520 
Doolittle, Charles C, 487, 1,329 
Dornblaser, Benjamin, 574 
Doster, William E., 1,793 
Douane, James C, 690 
Doubleday, Abner, 157, 240, 938 

Ulysses, 2,495 
Dow, Neal, 1,011 
Dox, Hamilton B., 2,179 
Drake, Francis M., 2,872 
George B., 1,407 
Draper, Alonzo G., 2,484, 2,647 

William F., 1,578 
Drew, Charles W., 2,515 
Drum, Richard C, 020 
Ducat, Arthur C, 2,195 
Dudley, Nathan A. M., 1,569 

William W., 2,136 
Duer, John 0., 2,219 
Duff, William L., 2,188 
Duffie, Alfred K, 1,215 
Dumont, Ebenezer, 880 
Duncan, Samuel A., 582 

Thomas, 719 
Dunham, Thomas H., Jr., 1,550 
Dunlap, Henry C, 1,938 

James, 1,457 
Dunn, William McK., 633 
Duryea, Hiram, 1,653 
Duryee, Abram, 404, 873 
Duryee, J. Eugene, 1,904 
Dustin, Daniel, 2,261 
Dutton, Arthur H., I,6i5, 2,605 
Dutton, Everell F., 2,202 
Duval, Hiram F., 1,981 

Isaac H., 405, 1,304 
D wight, William, 1,182 
Dye, William McE., 2,361 
Dyer, Alexander B., 88, 611 
Isaac, 1,500 

Eastman, Seth, 753 
Easton, Langdon C, 53 
Eaton, AmosB., 58, 608 

Charles G., 2,013 

Joseph H., 677 

John, Jr., 2,508 



Eckert, Thomas T., 1,385 
Edgerton, Alonzo J., 2,510 
Edmonds, J. Gushing, 1,571 
Edwards, Clark S., 1,491 
John, 1,305 
Oliver, 472, 1,346 
Egan, Thomas W., 323, 1,300 . 
Eggleston, Beroth B., 1,946 
Ekln, James A., 653, 1,450 
Eldridge, Hamilton N., 2,276 
EUett, Alfred W., 1,094 
Elliott, Isaac H., 2,212 

Samuel M., 1,697 
Washington L., 89, 361, 1,024 
Ellis, A. Van Horn, 1,733, 2,564 
Ellis, Theodore G., 1,010 
Elstner, George R., 1,997, 2,578 
El well, John J., 1,461 
Ely, John, 577 

Ralph, 2,102 

William C, 1,613 
Emory, William H., 102, 290, 949 
Engleman, Adolph, 2,217 
Enochs, William H., 1,914 
Ent, Wellington H., 1,813 
Enyard, David A., 1,937 
Erskine, Albert, 2,181 
Este, George P., 1,357 
Estes, Llewellyn G., 1,4-23 
Eustis, Henry L., 1,242 
Evans, George S., 2,385 
Everett, Charles, 1,925 
Ewing, Charles, 1,336 

Hugh, 369, 1,180 
Thomas, Jr., 406, 1,195 

Fairchild, Cassius, 2,317 

Harrison S., 1,704 
Lucius, 1,248 

Fallows, Samuel, 2,337 

Fardella, Enrico, 1,703 

Farnum, J. Egbert, 2,422 

Farnsworth, Addison, 1,695 
E. J., 1,219 
John F., 1,125 

Farrar, Bernard G., 2,455 

Fearing, Benjamin D., 2,029 

Perrero, Edward, 329, 1,069 

Ferry, Orris S., 483, 954 

Fcssenden, Francis, 159, 294, 1,266 



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329 



Fessenden, James D., 407, 1,297 

Finley, Clement, 662 

Fisher, Benjamin F., 1,482 

Fisher, Joseph W., 1,889 

Fisk, Clinton B., 408, 1,097 
Henry C, 1.685 

Fiske, Frank S., 1,516 
William 0., 1,924 

Fitzhngh, Charles L., 748, 1,620 

Fitzsimmons, Charles, 1,629 

Flanigan, Mark, 2,115 

Fleming, Rufus E, 1,012 

Fletcher, Thomas C, 2,-303 

Flood, Martin, 2,429 

Flynn, John, 1,822 

Fonda, John G., 2,271 

Force, Manning F„ 374, 1,235 

Ford, James H., 2,407 

Forsyth, George A., 2,174 

James W., 790, 1,348 

Foster, George P., 1,528 
John A., 1,763 
John G., 79, 212, 919 
Robert S., 465, 1,212 

Foust, Benczet F., 2,421 

Fowler Edward B., 1,702 

Frandrat, Richard, 1,731 

Francine, Louis R., 1,777, 2,600 

Frank, Paul, 1,677 

Frankle, Jones, 1,543 

Franklin, William B.. 153, 198, 812 

Frazer, Douglas, 2,529 
John, 1,874 

Frederick, Calvin H., 2,414 

Fremont, John C, 7 

French, William H., 120, 235, 904 
Windsor B., 1,694 

Frink, Henry A., 1,885 

Frisbee, H. N., 2,523 

Fritz, Peter, Jr., 1,859 

Frizel], Joseph W., 2,031 

Frohock, William T., 2,512 

Fry, Gary H., 673 

James B., 34, 605 
Speed S., 965 

Fuller, Henry W., 2,514 

John W., 375, 1,256 

Fullerton, Joseph S., 1,408 

Funke, Otto, 2,176 

Fyffe, Edward P., 2,416 



Gage, Joseph S., 2,299 
Gallagher, Thomas F., 1,819 
Gallop, George W., 1,941 
Gamble, William, 1,363, 2 
Gansevoort, Henry S., 1,627 
Gardiner, Alexander, 1,524, 2,613 
Gardner, John L., 735 
Garfield, James A., 266, 934 
Garland, John, 768, 2,617 
Garrard, Israel, 1,952 
Jcptha, 2,447 
Kenner, 96, 332, 1,224 
Theophilus T., 1,143 
Gates, Theodore B., 1,698 

William, 740 
Geary, John W., 336, 990 
Geddes, James L., 2,o51 
Gerhardt, Joseph, 1,673 
Getty, George W., 126, r.06, 1,077 
Gibbon, John, 124, 271, 1,014 
Gibbs, Alfred, 99, 386, 1,311 
Gibson, George, 57, 2,618 
Horatio G., 1,959 

William H., 1,995 
Giesy, Henry H., 1,991, 2,571 
Gilbert, Charles C, 1,065 

James J., 463, 1,331 
Samuel A., 1,953 
Gilchrist, Charles A., 2,499 
Gilo, George W., 2,419 
Gillem, Alvan C, 56, 293, 409, 1,239 
Gilmore, Quincy A., 80, 264, 997 
Ginty, George C, 2,335 
Given, Josiah, 2,017 

William, 2,040 
Glasgow, Samuel L., 2,365 
Gleason, Newell, 2,157 
Gleeson, John H., 528 
Glenny, William, 1,684 
Gobin, John P. S , 1,827 
Goddard, William, 1,597 
Godman, James H., 1,962 
Goff, Nathan, Jr., 2,486 
Goodell, Arthur A., 1,579 
Gooding, Oliver P., 520 
Goodyear, Ellsworth D. S., 1,607 
Gordon, George H., 47.5, 1,019 
Gorman, William A., 885 
Gowan, George W., 1,829, 2,586 
Graham, Charles H., 365, 1,147 



330 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



Graham, Harvey, 2,364 

Lawrence P., 721, 870 
Samuel, 1,640 
William M., 733 
Granger, George Frederick, 1,495 
Gordon, 97. 219, 969 
Robert S., 151, 363, 1,091 
Grant, Lewis A., 321, 1,263 

Ulysses S., 1. 2, 10, 174, S25 
Greeley, Edwin S., 1,606 
Green, William N., 1,761, 2,604 
Greene, George S., 359, 1,012 
James D., 764 
Oliver D., 627 
Gregg, David McM.. 308, 1,115 
John Irvin, 545, 728 
William M., 1,764 
Gregory, Edgar M., 547 
Gresham, Walter Q.. 410, 1,234 
Grier, David T., 2,242 
William N., 711 
Grierson, Benjamin H., 113, 286, 1,210 
Griffin, Charles. 12«, 280, 1,018 
Daniel F., 2,142 
Simon G.. 468, 1,270 
Grindlay, James, 1,746 
Grose, William. 495, 1,287 
Grosvenor, Charles H., 1,970 
Thomas W., 2,178 
Grover, Cuvicr, 139, 319, 976 

Ira G., 2,128 
Grubb, E. Biird, 1.7S8 
Guiney, Patrick Robert, 1,548 
Guppy, Joshua J., 2.323 
Gurney, William, 1,734 
Guss, Henry R., 548 
Gwyn James, 551 

Hackleman, Pleasant A., 1,003, 2,555 
Hagner, Peter V., 704 
Haines, Thomas J., 656 
Hall, Caldwell K., 1,783 

Cjrus, 2,198 

H. Seymonr. 2,493 

Jairus W., 2,098 

James A., 1,487 

James F., 1,646 

Robert M., 2,487 
Halleck, Heniy W., 8 
Hallowell, Edward N.. 1,585 



Halpine, Charles G., 1,426 
Hamblin, Joseph E., 473, 1,347 
Hambright, Henry A., 1,850 
Hamilton, Andrew J., 1,244 

Charles S., 220. 828 
Schuyler, 218, 924 
William D., 1,954 
Hamlin, Charles, 1,427 

Cyrus, 411, 1,320 
Hammill, John S., 1,687 
Hammond, John, 1,619 

John H., 1,419 
William A., 595 
Hancock, Winfield S., 15, 2:33, 609, 
Hanna, William, 2,223 
Hardenburgh, Jacob B., 1,699 
Hardie, James A., 40, 1,100 
Hardin, Martin D., 743, 1,281 
Harding, Abner C, 1,193 

Chester, Jr., 2,2t15 
Harker, Charles G., 1,240, 2,608 
Harlan, Emory B., 1.439 
Harland, Edward, 1,146 
Harnden, Henry, 2,305 
Harney, W. S., 27, 585 
Harriman, Samuel, 2,331 
Walter, 1,522 
Harris, Andrew L , 2,018 
Benjamin F., 2,412 
Charles L., 2,313 
Thomas M., 470, 1,337 
Harrison, Benjamin, 2,150 
M. La Rue, 1,926 
Thomas J., 2,125 
Harrow, William, 1,157 
Hart, James H , 2,012 
Orson H., 1,409 
Hartranft, John F., 458, 1,268 
Hartshorne, William R., 1,886 
Hartsuff, George L., 35, 216, 977 

William, 1,441 
Hartwell, Alfred S., 1,586 

Charles A., 2,457 
Hascall, MiloS.,988 
Haskell, Llewellyn F., 2,491 
Haskin. Joseph A., 7'32, 1,296 
Hastings, Russell, 1,973 
Hatch, Edward, 112. 331, 1,264 

John P., 355, 722, 907 
Haughton, Nathaniel, 1,976 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



331 



Haupt, Herman, 1,059 
Hawkes, George P., 1,559 
Hawkins, Isaac R., 1,934 

John P., 63, 480, 1,199 
Rush C, l,r.5? 
Hawley, Joseph R., 500, 1,302 

William, 2,306 
Hayden, Julms, 7ti9 
Hay man, Samuel B., 1,672 
Haynie. IshamN., 1,123 
Hayes, Joseph, 379, 1,273 
Philip C, 2,042 
Rutherford B., 412. 1,313 
Hays, Alexander, 482, 1,082, 2,566 
Edwin L., 2,0-37 
William, 751, 1,101 
Hazard, John G., 1,592 
Hazen, William B, 147. 276, 1,116 
Healy Robert W., 2,229 
Heath, Francis, 1,506 

Herman H., 576 
Thomas T., 1,950 
Heckman, Charles A., 1,165 
Hedrick, John M., 2,354 
Heine, William, 1,710 
Heinrichs, Gustave, 2,301 
Heintzelman, Samuel P., 156, 192, 
Henderson, Robert M., 1,816 
Thomas J., 2,266 
Hendrickson, John, 2,425 
Hennessy, John A., 1,836 
Heniy, Guy V., 1,582 

William W., 1,532 
Herrick, Walter F., 1,990 
Herring, Charles P., 1,870 
Herron, Francis J., 248, 1,040 
Hickenlooper, Andrew, 1,442 
Hicks, Thomas H., 1,050 
Hill, Bennett H., 750 
Charles W., 562 
Jonathan A., 1,496 
Sylvester G., 2.371, 2,584 
Hillis, David B., 2,358 
Hillyer, William S., 1,373 
Hinks, Edward W., 413, 805, 1,137 
Hitchcock, Ethan Allen, 173 
George H., 1,737 
Hobard, Harrison C, 2,322 
Hobson, Edward H., 1,153 
William, 1,505 



Hoffman, Henry C, 1,667 
W. J., 1,839 
William, 137 
Hoge, George B., 2,267 
George W., 2,063 
Holabird, Samuel B., 643 
Holbrook, Mellen T.. 1,762 
Holloway, Ephraim S., 1,986 
Holman, John H., 2,459 
Holt. Joseph, 42, 607 
Thomas, 1,690 
Holter, Marcellus J. W., 2,074 
Hooker, Ambrose E., 2,386 

Joseph, 20, 194, 597, 823 
Horn, John W., 1,906 
Hotchkiss, Charles T., 2,249 
Hough, John. 1,410 
Houghtaling, Charles, 2,186 
Houghton, Moses B., 2,097 
Hovey, Alvin P., 1,005 

Charles E., 452, 1,058 
Howard, Charles H., 2,536 

Oliver O., 22, 229, 614, 876 
Howe, Albion P., 123, 491, 1,025 

John H., 2.275 
Howell, Joshua B., 1,C01, 2,638 
Howland, Horace N., 1,949 

Joseph. 1,659 

Hoyt, Charles H., 1,462 

George H., 2,397 

Henry M., 1,835 

Hubbard, James, 1,603 

Lucius F., 2,379 
Thomas H., 1,509 
Hudnutt, Joseph O., 2,373 
Hudson, John G., 2,506 
Huey, Pennock, 1,797 
Hugunin, James R., 2.196 
Humphrey, Thomas W., 2,255, 2,573 

William, 2,096 
Humphreys, Andrew A., 74, 263, 992 
Hunt, Henry J., 122. 299, 1,070 
Lewis C, 785, 1,006 
Lewis C. (Ohio Vols.), 2,008 
Hunter, David, 108, 171, 807 

Morton C, 2,154 
Hurd, John R., 2,057 
Hurlbut, Stephen A.. 217. 832 
Hurst, Samuel H., 2,015 ' 
Hutchins, Rue P., 2,032 



332 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



Hutchinson, Frederick S., 2,107 
Hyde, Thomas W.. 1,488 

Ihrie, George P., 678, 1,374 
Ingalls, Rufus, 5"^, 372, 1,206 
Ingraham, Timothy, 1,5S0 
Innes, William P., 2,092 
Irvine, William, l,62f5 
Irvin, William H., 1,831 
Ives, Bray ton, 1,601 

Jackson, Conrad Feger, 1,044, 2,558 
James S., 1,03^^, 2,556 
Joseph C, 1.784 
Nathaniel J.. 362, 1,076 
Richard H., 503, 734, 1,349 
Samuel M.. 1,818 
Jacobs, Ferris, Jr., 1,031 
James, William L., 1,453 
Jamison, Charles D., 879, 2,625 
Jardine, Edward, 1,662 
Jarvis, Dwight, 1,966 
Jeffries, Noah L., 2,433 
Jenkins, Horatio, Jr., 1,540 
Jennison, Samuel P., 2,S84 
Johns, Thomas D., 1,517 
Johnson, Andrew, 944 

Charles A., 1,668 
Gilbert M. L., 2,127 
James M., 1,929 
Lewis, 2,494 

Richard W., 100, 333, 916 
Robert, 1,930 
Jones, Edward F., 1,566 
Fielder A., 2,126 
J. Blackburn, 2.513 
John S., 2,058 
Patrick H., 1,321 
Samuel B., 2,516 
Theodore, 1,978 
Wells S., 1,998 
William P., 1,386 
Jourdan, James, 537 
Jordan, Thomas J., 1,798 
Judah, Henry M., 956 
Judson, Roscius W., 1,743 
William R., 2,394 

Kaemerling, Ginter, 1,255 
Kane, Thomas L., 446, 1,062 



Karge, Joseph, 1,771 
Kautz, August v., Ill, 325, 1,265 
Kearney, Philip, 196, 822, 2,553 
Keifer, J. Warren, 561 
Keily, Daniel J., 1,923 
Keim, William H., 933, 2,621 
Kellogg, John A., 2,309 
Kelly, Benjamin F., 414, 838 

John H., 2,048 
Kelton, John C, 621 
Kenly, John R., 389, 1,054 
Kennedy, Robert P., 2,075 
Kennett, Henry G., 2,020 
Kent, Loreu 2,207 
Kctcham, John H., 415, 1,338 
Ketchnm, William S., 150, 937 
Ketner, James, 2,399 
Keyes, Erasmus D., 193, 778, 809 
Kidd, James H., 2,083 
Kiddoo, Joseph B., 583, 806^ 
Kicrnan, James L., 1,225 
Kilburn, Charles L., 654 
Kilgour, William M., 2,240 
Kilpatrick, Judson, 117, 287, 1,213 
Kimball, John W., 1,584 
Nathan, 341, 982 
William R., 1,498 
Kimberly, Robert L., 2,070 
King, AdamE., 1,411 

John F., 2,268 

John H., 148, 484, 1,002 

Rufus, 830, 2.547 

William S., 1,545 
Kingsbury, Henry B., 2,069 
Charles P., 707 
Kinney, Thomas J., 2,272 
Kinsey, William B., 1,754 
Kingsman, J. Burnhard, 509 
Kirby, Byron, 1,902 

Dennis T., 2,297 
Edmund, 1.209, 2,597 
Isaac M., 2,038 
Kirk, E. N., 1,141, 2,630 
Kirkham, Ralph W., 638 
Kise, Reuben C, 2,162 
Kitchen, Edward, 2.259 
Kitching, J. Howard, 1,642, 2,614 
Kneffler, Frederick, 2,153 
KnefEner, William C, 2,281 
Knipe, Joseph F., 1,136 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



333 



Knowles, Oliver B., 1,807 

Kozley, Eugene A., 1,678 

Krez, Conrad, 2,^27 

Krzyzanowski Wlademir, 1,185, 1,679 

Laflin, Byron, 1,671 
Liigon, Clark B., 1,375 
La Grange, Oscar H., 2,304 
La Motte, Charles E., 2,440 
Lander, Frederick W., 886. 2,619 
Landram, William J., 1,943 
Lane, John Q., 2,034 
Langdon, E. Bassett, 1,961 
Lansing, Henry S., 1,661 
Laselle, William P., 2,130 
Latham, George R., 1,911 
Laughlin, Rankm G., 2,253 
Lauman, Jacob G., 416, 962 
Lawler, Michael K., 364, 1,130 
Lawrence, Albert G., 2,449 

William Hudson, 1,786 
William H.. 1,397 
Leake, Joseph B., 2,S62 
Ledlie, James H., 1,181 
Le Due, William G., 1,456 
Lee, Albert L., 1,173 

Edward M., 2,082 

Horace C, 1,567 

JohnC, 1,999 

William Raymond, 1,554 
Leech, William A., 1,856 
Le Favour, Heber, 2,112 
Le Gendre, Charles W., 1,675 
Leggett, Mortimer D., 289, 1,166 
Leib, Herman, 2,454 
Leiper, Charles L., 1,795 
Leonard, Hiram, 672 
Leslie, Thomas J., 674 
Lewis, Charles W., 2,392 
John R., 1,529 
William D., Jr., 1,865 
Lightburn, J. A. J., 1,196 
Lincoln, William S., 1,576 
Lindley, JohnM., 2,137 
Lippincott, Charles E., 2,211 
Lippitt, Francis J., 2,388 
Lister, Frederick W., 2.490 
Litchfield, Allyne C, 2,085 
Littell, John S., 1,847 
Littlefield, Milton S., 2,473 



Littlejohn, Dewitt C, 1,722 
Livingston, Robert R., 2,406 
Locke, Frederick T., 1,402 
Lockman, John T., 1.730 
Lockwood, Henry H., 848 
Logan, John A., 244, 964 
Long, Eli, 101, 385, 1,299 
Loomis, Cyrus O., 2,091 

Gustavus, 760 
Lord, T. Ellery, 1,651 
Loring Charles G., 512 
Love, George M., 1,726 
Lovell, Charles S., 783 

Frederick S., 2,334 
Lowe, William W., 725, 2,343 
Lowell, Charles R., 1,308 
Lucas, Thomas J., 462, 1,315 
Ludington, Marshall J., 1,452 
Ludlow, Benjamin C, 2,537 

William H., 510 
Lyle, Peter, 1,855 
Lyman, Luke, 1,568 
Lynch, James C, 1,884 

William F., 2,228 
Lyon, Nathaniel, 818 

William P., 2,315 
Lytle, William H., 1,128, 2,602 

Macauley, Daniel, 2,131 
Mackay, Andrew J., 1,463 
Mackenzie, Ronald S., 466, 699, 1,312 
Macy, George N., 519 
Madill, Henry J., 552 
Magee, David W., 2,220 
Malloy, Adam G., 2,318 
Maltby, Jasper A., 1,230 
Manderson, Charles F., 1,971 
Mank, William G., 2,443 
Mann, Orrin L., 2,215 
Manning, Stephen H., 1,464 
Mansfield, John, 2,423 

Joseph K. F., 209, 587, 2,592 
Manson, MahlonD., 968 
Marcy, Randolph B., 37, 692 
Markoe, John, 1,845 
Marple, William W., 2,482 
Marshall, Elisha, G., 524, 761 

William R., 2,381 
Marston, Oilman, 1,129 
Martin, William H., 2,030 



334 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



Martin, James S., 2,255 
John A., 2,401 
Martindale, John H., 417, 855 
Mason, Edwin C, 2,0(30 

John S., 793, 1.112 
Mather, Thomas S., 2.187 
Mattoclcs, Charles P., 1,504 
Mathews, Joseph A., 1,894 
Matthews, Solomon S., 2.001 
Matthies, Charles L., 1.174 
Maxwell, Norman J., 1,860 
Maxwell, Obediah C, 2,073 
May, D wight, 2,105 
Majaiadier, Henry E., 579 

William, 702 
McAllister, Miles D., 695 

Robert, 542 
McArthur, John, 330, 960 

William M., 1,494 
McBride, James D., 2,456 
McCall, George A., 820 

William H. H., 1,892 
McCallum, Daniel C, 508 
McCalmont, Alfred B., 1,896 
McCandless, William, 1,285 
McCleery, James, 1,987 
McClellan, George B., 6 
MeClennan, Matthew R., 1,872 
McClernand, John A., 182, a39 
McClurg, Alexander C, 1,418 
McConihe, John, 1,760, 2,572 

Samuel, 1,709 
McConnell, Henry K., 2,011 

John, 2,172 
McCook, Alexander Mc. D,, 141, 206, 

875 
McCook, Anson G., 2,072 
Daniel, 1.2S3 

Edward M., 377, 724, 1,262 
Edwin S., 573 
Robert L.. 961, 2.551 
MoCormick, Charles C, 1,796 
McCoy, Daniel. 2,059 

Robert A., 1,820 
Thomas F., 1,863 
McCreary, David B., 1,877 
McCrillis, Lafayette, 2,168 
McDougall, Charles, 665. 

Clinton D., 1,723 
McDowell, Irvin, 16, 175, 588 



McEwen, Matthew, 1,481 
McFerren, John C, 639 
MoGarry, Edward, 2.386 
McGinnis, George P.. 1,178 
McGowan, John E., 2,453 
McGregor, John D., 1,652 
McGroarty, Stephen J., 2,002 
Mcintosh, John B., 106, 41'.), 1,284 
Mclvor, James P., 530 
McKean, Thomas J., 419, 928 
McKeever. Chaiincy, 623 
McKenney, Thomas J., 1,387 
McKibbin, David B., 786, 1,898 

Gilbert H., 1,438 
McKinstry, Justus. 874 
McLaren, Robert N., 2,374 
McLaughlin, Napoleon B., 723, 1,588 
McLean, N. C , 1,142 
McMahon, John, 1,707 
McMahon. Martin T., 511 
McMillan, James W., 347, 1,134 

W. L., 560 
McNary, William H., 1,753 
McNaught, Thomas A., 2,146 
McNeil, John, 478, 1,177 
McNett, Andrew J., 1,742 
McNulta, John, 2,252 
McPherson, James B., 223, 602, 1,017, 

2,576 
McQuade, James, 526 
McQueen, Alexander G., 2,339 
McQuiston, John C, 2,163 

Meade, George G., 12, 228, 600, 871 
Meagher, Thomas Francis, 942 
Mehringer, John, 2,159 
Meigs, Montgomery C. 44, 590 
Merchant, Charles S., 744 
Meredith, Solomon, 494, 1,087 . 

Sullivan A., 1,135 
Merrill, Lewis, 2,284 
Merritt, Wesley, 94, 279, 1,217 
Mersey, August, 2,191 
Messer, John, 2,039 
Myers, Albert J., 709 

Edward S., 2,439 
Michie, Peter S., 1,440 
Michler, Nathaniel, 691 
Miles, Nelson A., 165. 292, 1,272 
Miller, Abraham 0., 2,151 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



335 



Miller, John P., 376, 1,257 

Madison, 2,292 

Morris S., 637 

Stephen, 1,249 

Milroy, Robert H., 231, 881 

Mills, James K., 2,294 

Madison, 670 
Mindil, George W., 543 
Minty, Robert H. G-., 565 
Mintzer, William M., 1,837 
Mitchell, Gtenville M., 2,227 
John G., 447, 1,326 
Ormsby M., 185, 853, 2,624 
' Robert B., 972 
William G., 1,388 
Mix, Elisha, 2,086 
Mizner, John K., 2,080 

Henry R., 2,106 
Moffitt, Stephen. 1,710 
Molineaux, Edward L., 538 
Monro?, George W.. 1,939 
Montgomery, Milton, 2,324 

William R., 821 
Moody, Granville, 2.016 
Moon, John C., 2,533 
Moonlight, Thomas. 2,395 
Moor, Augustus, 1.977 
Moore, David, 2,293 

Frederick W., 2,024 
Jesse H., 2,270 
Jonathan E., 2,330 
Marshall P., 559 
Timothy C., 1,787 
Tredwell, 641 
Morehead, Turner G., 1,862 
Morell, George W.. 204, 854 
Morgan, Charles H., 747, 1,351 
Edwin D., 172 
George N., 2.409 
George W., 926 
James D., 450, 1,045 
Michael R., 657 
Thomas J., 2,469 
William H., 1,437, 2,4366 
Morrill, John, 2,233 
Morris, Thomas A., 224, 1,074, 2,546 
William H., 448, 1,159 
William W., 118, 2,651 
Morrison, David, 1,696 

Joseph J., 1,643 



Morrison, Pitcairn, 769 

Morrow, Henry A. , 569 

Morse, Henry B., 1,725 

Morton, James St. Glair, 686, 1,118 

Mott, Gersham, 285, 1,064 

Samuel R., 2,001 
Mower, Joseph A., 134, 273, 1,119 
Mudgett, William S., 2,518 
Mulcahy, Thomas, 1,740 
Mulford, John E., 1,650 
MulhoUand, St. Clair, 550 
Mulligan, James A., 2,204, 2,610 
Mundee, Charles, 1,435 
Murphy, John K., 1,824 
Murray, Benjamin B., 1,501 
Edward, 1.641 
EliH., 1,936 
John B., 1,747 
Mussey, Reuben D., 2,526 
Myers, Prederick, 640 

George R,, 1,663 

William, 646, 1,376 

Nagle, James, 1068 
Naglee, Henry M., 943 
Nase, Adam, 2,200 
Neafie, Alfred, 1,752 
Neflf, Andrew J., 2,155 
George W., 2,026 
Negley, James S., 237, 914 
Neide, Horace, 2,426 
Neill, Thomas H., 420, 779, 1,107 
Nettleton, A. Bayard, 1,947 
Nelson, William, 207, 889. 2,623 
Newbury, Walter C, 1,630 
Newport, Reese M., 1,465 
Newton, John, 77, 256, 421, 897 
Nichols, George P., 1,729 

George S., 1,624 

William A., 32 
Nickerson, Prank S., 1,152 
Niies, Nathaniel, 2,278 
Noble, John W., 2,341 

William H., 1,612 
Northcott, Robert S., 1,917 
Norton, Charles B., 1,458 
Noyes, Edward P., 1,983 
Nugent, Robert, 1,689 
Nye, George H., 517 



336 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



Oakes, James, 727, 817 
O'Beirne, James R., 2,435 
O'Brien, George M., 2,356 
0"Dowci, John. 2,062 
Oglesby. Richard J., 243, 957 
Oley, John H., 1,013 
Oliphant, Samuel D., 2,427 
Oliver, John M., 422, 1,322 

Paul A., 1,654 
Olmstead, Wm. A., 1,680 
Opdyke Emerson, 328, 1,361 
Ord, Edward O. C, 24, 190, 617, 8J 
Ordway, Albert, 1,563 
Orme, Wm. W., 1,156 
Osband, Embury D., 2,450 
Osborn, Francis A., 1,562 

Thomas O., 469, 1,-342 
Osterhaus, Peter J.. 272, 1,022 
Otis, Calvin N., 1,714 

Elvvell S., 1,741 

John L., 1,605 
Owens, Joshua T., 1,138 
Ozburn, Lyndorf, 2,209 

Packard, Jasper, 2,165 
Paine, Charles J., 339, 1,282 
Eleazer, 877 
Hulbert E., 419, 1,190 
Painter. William, 1,389 
Palfrey, Francis W., 1,555 

John C, 698 
Palmer, Innis N., 354, 712, 894 
John M., 23S, 932 
Oliver H., 1,720 
William J., 1,803 
Pardee, Aris J., Jr., 1,878 

Don A., 1,989 
Parish, Charles S., 2,166 
Park, Sidney W., 1,649 
Parke, John G., 81, 214, 930 
Parker, Ely S., 715, 1,403 
P.irkhurst, John G., 2,103 
Parrott, James C., 2,350 
Parry, Augustus C, 1,992 
Parsons, Lewis B., 481, 1,345 
Partridge, Benjamin P., 2,108 
Frederick W., 2,197 
Pattee, John, 2,345 

Joseph B., 1,887 
Patten, Henry Lyman, 1,558, 2,611 



Patterson, Francis E., 974, 2,626 
Joab N., 1,515 
Robert E., 1,868 
Robert F., 2,369 
Robert (Maj. -General), 2,540 
Patrick, Marsena R., 357, 951 
Paul, Gabriel R., 782, 1,057 
Payne, Eugene B., 2,214 

Oliver H., 2,054 
Pearce, John S., 2,035 
Pearsall, Uri B., 2,336 
Pearson, Alfred L., 553 

Robert N., 2,210 
Pease, Phineas, 2,222 

William R., 1,727 
Peck, Frank IL, 1,609, 2,580 
John J., 202. 852 
Lewis M., 540 
Pelouze, Louis H., 628 
Penningtm, Alex. C. M., 1,772 
Pennypacker, Galusha, 164, 423, 1,333 
Penrose, Wm. H., 756, 1,353 
Perkins, Henry W., 1,412 
Per Lee, Samuel R., 1.724 
Perry, Alexander S., 645 
Phelps, Charles E., 1,907 

John E., 1,927 

John S., 1,184 

John W.. 824 

Walter, Jr., 1,666 
Phillips, Jesse L., 2,192 
Piatt, Abraham, 1,000 
Pickett, Josiah, 1,565 
Pierce, Byron R., 424, 1,274 

Francis E., 2,442 
Pierson, Charles L., 1,581 
J. Fred., 1,648 
Wm. S., 2,056 
Pile, Wm. A., 4T7, 1,254 
Pinckney, Joseph C, 1,686 
Pinto, Francis E., 1,670 
Pitcher, Thomas G., 792, 1,108 
Plaisted, H. M., 516 
Plainer, John S., 1,635 
Pleasants, Henry, 1,830 
Pleasonton, Alfred, 92, 261, 1,0-30 
Plummer, Joseph B., 918, 2,622 
Poe, Orlando M., 694, 1,124 
Pollock, Samuel M., 2,344 
Pomutz, George, 2,355 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



337 



Pope, Edmund M., 1,021 

John, 19, 179, 596, 819 
Porter, Andrew, 810 

Fitz John, 197, 787, 811 

Horace, 70S 

Samuel A., 2,535 
Post, P. Sidney, 2.230 
Potter, Carroll H., 2,446 

Edward E., SOS, 1,171 

Joseph A., 6')0 

Joseph H., 797, 1,343 

Robert B., 291, 1,194 
Potts, Benjamin F., 425, 1,325 
Powell, Eugene, 2,071 

Wm. H., 426, 1,309 
Powers, Charles J., 533 
Pratt, Benjamin F,, 2,485 

Calvin E., 1,067 
Prentice, Bcnj. M., 225, 835 
Prescott, George L., 1,572, 2,607 
Preston, Simon M., 2,504 
Prevost, Charles M., 2,430 
Price, Francis, 1,778 

Richard B., 1,791 
Samuel W., 1,944 
Wm. Redwood, 1,429 
Prime, Frederick E., 088, 1,231 
Prince, Henry, 676, 999 
Pritchard, Benjamin D., 2,081 
Proudfit, James K., 2,314 
Pugh, Isaac C, 2,216 
Pulford, John, 2,100 

Quinby, Isaac F., 952 
Quiucy, Samuel M., 2,524 

Ramsey, George D., 87, 604 

John, 541 
Randall, George W., 1,510 
Randol, Alanson M., 1,617 
Ransom, Thos. E. G., 312, 1,162, 2,641 
RatlifE. Robert W., 1,957 
Raum, Green B., 1,332 
Rawlins, John A., 43, 344, 616, 1,238 
Raynolds, Wra. F., 689 
Raynor, Wm. H , 2,000 
Read, S. Tyler, 1,53S 

Theodore, 1,400, 2,587 
Reese, Chauncy B., 696 
Reeve, Isaac V. D., 781 



Reid, Hugh T., 1,192 
Reilly, James W., 1,291 
Remick, D., 1,474 
Reno, Jesse L., 213, 923, 2,591 

Marcus A., 1,801 
Revere, Joseph W., 1,093 

Paul Joseph, 1,556, 2,599 
William R., Jr., 2,530, 2,649 
Reynolds, John F., 227, 864, 2,561 
Joseph J., 160, 250, 826 
Joseph S., 2,234 
Rice, Americus V., 1,356 
Elliott W., 427, 1,277 
James C, 1,240, 2,570 
Samuel A., 1,229, 2,609 
Richardson, Hollow, 2,311 

Israel B., 200, 841, 2,594 
William A., 883 
William P., 1,974 
Ricketts, James B., 114, 300, 844 
Richmond, Lewis, 1,413 
Riggin, John, 1,377 
Rinacker, John J., 2,273 
Ripley, Edward H., 1,531 
, James W., 86, 593 
Theodore A., 1,525 
Risdow, Orlando C, 2,502 
Ritchie, John, 2,400 
Robbins. Walter R., 1,770 
Roberts, Benjamin S., 428, 718, 1,029 
Charles W., 1,490 
Joseph, 746, 1,809 
Samuel H., 1,739 
Robertson, James M , 738 
Robeson, Wm. P., Jr., 1,773 
Robinson, George D., 2,525 
Henry L., 1,4()6 
James S., 429, 1,324 
John C, 136, 298, 995 
Milton S., 2,152 
William A., 1,849 
Robison, John R., 1,804 
Rockwell, Alfred P., 1,604 
Rodenbough, Theophilus F., 714, 1,805 
Rodgers, Hiram C, 1,428 

Hoiatio, Jr., 1,598 
George, 2,401 
George C, 2,199 
James C, 1,732 
William F., 1,665 



338 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



Eodman, Isaac P., 1,010, 2,593 

Thomas J.. 706 
Roome, Charles, 1,769 
Root, Adrian R., 530 
Rose, Thomas E., 1,848 
Rosecrans, William S., 17, 177, 591 
Ross, Leonard F , 9S9 
Samuel, 1,614 
W. E. W.. 2.480 
Rousseau, Lovell H., 29, 219, 912 
Rowett, Richard, 2,189 
Rowley, Thomas A., 1,172 
William R., 1,390 
Rucker, Daniel H., 51, 351, 1,204 
Ruff, Charles F., 717 
Ruger, Thomas H., 327. 803, 1,161 
Ruggles, George D., 624, 1,378 

James M., 2,170 
Runkle, Benjamin P., 578 
Runyon, Theodore, 2,539 
Rusk, Jeremiah M., 2.325 
Rusling, James F., 1,471 
Russell, Charles S., 2,477 

David A., 146, 31G, 1,105, 2, 
Henry S., 1,541 
Rust, Henry, Jr., 1,499 

John D., 1,492 
Rutherford, Allen, 1,701 

Friend S., 1,280 
George v., 1,467 
Reuben C, 1,468 

Sackett, Delos B., 38 

William H., 1,623, 2,606 

Salm Salm, Prince Felix, 1,688 

Salomon, Charles E., 2,312 
Edward S., 2,224 
Frederick, 352, 1,037 

Sanborn, John B., 342, 1,227 
William, 2,113 

Sanders, Addison H., 2,357 
Horace T., 2,319 
William P., 1,247, 2,603 

Sanderson, Thomas W. . 1.956 

Sanford, Charles W., 2,538 
Edward S., 1,379 

Sargent, Horace B., 1,533 

Satterlee, Richard S., 664 

Sawtelle, Charles G., 647 

Sawyer, Franklin, 1,983 



Saxton, Rufus, 3.':5, 642. 978 
Scammon, Eliakim P., 1,090 
Scates, Walter B., 1,430 
Schenck, Robert C., 216, 834 
Schimmelfennig, Alexander, 1,145, 2,648 
Schleich, N., 2,544 % 
Schmidt, William A., 2,206 
Schneider, Edward F., 2,402 
Schofield, George W., 2,287 
Hiram. 2,497 
John M., 21, 252, 613, 927 
Schoepf, Albin, 911 
Schriver, Edmund, 39 
Schurz, Carl, 255, 985 
Schwenk, Samuel K., 1,833 
Scott, George W., 1,6S2 

Rufus, 1.633 

Robert K., 505, 1,323 

Winfield, 4, 5 
Scribner, Benjamin F., 2,141 
Seaver, Joel J., 1,660 
SoaweU, Thomas D., 2,503 
Washington, 762 
Sedgwick, John, 203, 867, 2,568 
Sclfridge, James L., 1,826 
Serrell, Edward W., 1.615 
Sewall, Frederick D., 2,410 
Seward, William H., Jr., 1,303 
Sewell, William J., t44 
Seymour, Truman, 127, ?58, 996 
Shackelford, James M., 1,182 
Shaffer, George T., 2,119 
J. Wilson, 1,380 
Shatter, William R., 2,471 
Shaler, Alexander, 492, 1,208 
Shanks, John P. C, 570 
Sharpe, George H., 535 

Jacob, 1,751 
Shaurman, Nelson, 1,703 
Shaw, James, Jr., 2,463 
Shedd, Warren, 2,208 
Sheets, Benjamin F., 2,251 

JosiahA., 2,190 
Sheldon, Charles S., 2,291 
Lionel A., 1.988 
Shephard, Isaac F.. 1,250 

Russell B., 1.485 
Shepherd, Oliver L., 788 
Shepley. George F.. 1,049 
Sheridan, Pliilip H., 13, 251, 612, 1,028 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



339 



Sherman, Francis T., 1,360 

Thomas W., 121, 353, 816 
Wm. T., 3, 11, 189, 601, 813 
Sherwin, Thomas, Jr., 1.561 
Sherwood, Isaac E., 2,045 
Shields, James, 863 
Shiras, Alexander, 59 
Shoup, Samuel, 2,269 
Shunk, David, 2,129, 2,643 
Shurtleff, Giles W., 2,077 
Sibley, Caleb C, 791 

Henry H., 504, 1,083 
Sickle, Horatio G-., 554 
Sickles, Daniel E., 166, 230, 878 

Hiram F., 2.280 
Sidell, William H., 777 
Sigel, Franz, 181,833 
Sigfried, Joshua K., 1.828 
Sill, Joshua W., 1,032, 2,559 
Simonson, John S., 716 
Simpson, James H., 683 

Marcus D. L., 60 
Samuel P., 2,300 
Slack, James R., 430, 1.314 
Slemmer, Adam J., 757, 1,104 
Slevin, Patrick S., 2,0-36 
Slocum, Henry W., 201, 850 

Wiliiard, 2,051 
Slough, John B., 1,055 
Small, Michael P., 659 
Smith, Alfred B., 1,748 

Andrew J., 103, 269, 950 

Arthur A., 2,245 

Benjamin F., 2.055 

Charles E., 2,090 

Charles P., 183, 868. 2,620 

Charles H., 162, 514 

Edward W., 1.414 

Franklin C. 2,260 

Giles A.. 295, 1.228 

Gustavus A., 2,283 

George W., 2,248 

Green Clay, 431. 1,026 

Gustavus A., 1,072 

Israel C, 2,038 

James, 1,735 

John C, 2,257 

John E., 161, 337, 1,151 

Joseph R., 767 

Joseph S., 1,477 



Smith, Morgan L., 1,035 

Orlando. 2,014 

Orlow, 2,006 

Robert P., 2,201 

Robert W., 2,183 

Thomas C. H., 1,104 

Thomas Kilby, 432, 1,233 

William P., 78, 205, 859 

William J., 1,933 

William S., 981 
Smyth, Thomas A., 474, 1,S06, 2,615 
Sniper, Gustavus, 1,765 
Sowers, Edgar, 2,050 
Spalding. George, 1,935 
Spaulding, Ira, 1,647 

Oliver L., 2,114 
Spear, Ellis, 1,508 

Samuel P., 1,799 
Spears, James G., 945 
Spencer, George E., 1,921 
Spicely, William T,, 2,138 
Spinola, Francis B., 1,084 
SpofEord, John P.. 1,712 
Spooner, Benjamin J., 572 
Sprague, Augustus B. R., 1,583 
Ezra T., 2,333 
John W., 433. 1,290 
William, 842 
Spurling, Andrew B . 1,484 
Stahel, Julius H., 254, 925 
Stafford, Joab A., 2,061 
Stager, Anson, 1,381 
Stagg, Peter, 2,079 
Stanley, David S., 105. 236, 908 

Timothy R.. 1,969 
Stannard, George J., 324. 1,187 
Stanton, David L., 1,903 
Starbird, Isaac W., 1,507 
Starkweather, John C , 1,223 
Starring, Frederick A., 2,237 
Scedman, Griffin A., Jr., 1,608, 2,577 

William, 1,951 
Steedman, James B., 267, 1,048 
Steele, Frederick, 138, 239, 930 
Steeres, William H. P., 1,599 
Steiner, John A., 1,908 
Stephenson, Luther, Jr.. 1.573 
Stevens, Aaron P., 1,523 

Ambrose A., 2,413 
Isaac I., 210, 909, 2,554 



340 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



Stevens, Hazard, 1,436 
Stevenson, John D., 434, 800, 1,139 
Robert H., 1,564 
Thomas G., 1,197, 2,569 
Stewart, James, Jr., 1,779 

William Scott, 2. SCO 
William W., 1,812 
Stibbs, John H., 2,352 
Stiles, Israel N., 2,147 
Stockton, Joseph, 2,238 
Stokes, James H., 1,359 

William B., 1,932 
Stolbrand, Carlos J., 1,334 
Stone, Charles P., 814 
Stone, George A., 2,307 
Roy, 1,880 
William M., 2,363 
Stoneman, George, 95, 226, 857 
Stoiigh, William, 1,955 
Stoughton, Charles P., 15, 27 
Edwin H., 1,095 
William L., 568 
Stout, Alexander M., 1,942 
Stratton, Franklin A., 1,800 
Streight, AbelD., 2,143 
Strickland, Silas A., 1,996 
Strong, George C, 265, 1,122, 2,601 
James C, 2,428 
Thomas J., 1,644 
William E., 1,444 
William K., 910 
Strother, David H., 1,909 
Stuart, D., 1,124 
Stumbaugh, Frederick S., 1,126 
Sturgis, Samuel D., 109, 856 
Sullivan, Jeremiah C, 1,004 

Peter J., 1,994 
Sully, Alfred, 348, 772. 1,078 
Sumner, Edwin V., 26, 191, 586, 2,628 

Edwin v., Jr., 1,634 
Swayne, Wager, 167. 288. 1,335 
Sweeney, Thomas W., 1,109 
Sweet, Benjamin J., 2, 418 
Sweitzer, Jacob Bowman, 1,842 

Nelson B , 713, 1,628 
Swift, Frederick W., 2,110 
Switzler, Theodore A., 2,285 
Swords, Thomas, 46 
Sykes, George, 144, 234, 902 
Sypher, J. Hale, 2,458 



Talbott, Thomas H., 1,486 
Tarbell, Jonathan, 1,706 
Taylor, Ezra, 2,185 

George W., 1,015, 2,589 
Jacob E., 2,068 
John P., 1,790 
Joseph P., 598, 2,636 
Nelson, 1,063 
Thomas T., 1,993 
Terrill, William R., 1,006, 2,557 
Terry, Alfred H., 23, 277, 615, 991 

Henry D., 1,047 
Tevis. C. Carroll, 1,901 
Tew, George W., 1,595 
Thayer, John M., 435, 1,189 

Silvanus, 679 
Thom, George, 6S5 
Thomas, Charles, 45 

Dewitt C, 2,160 
George H., 14, 187, 603, 861 
Henry G., 450, 780, 1,319 
Lorenzo, SO, 592 
Minor T., 2,382 
Samuel, 2,509 
Stephen, 1.3C0 
Thompson, Charles R., 2,466 
David, 2,023 
Henry E„ 2,084 
James M., 1,864 
JohnL., 1,514 
Robert, 1869 
William, 2,338 
Thornton, William A., 701 
Thorp, Thomas J., 1,6-32 
Throop, William A., 2,095 
Thruston, Charles M., 834 
Yates P., 1,432 
Thurston, William H., 1,443 
Tibbitts, William B., 476, 1,365 
Tidball, John C, 523, 739 
Tilden, Charles W., 1,502 
Tilghman, Benjamin C, 2,460 
Tillson, David, 437, 1,167 

John, 2,193 
Tilton, William S., 1,560 
Titus, Herbert B., 1,519 
Todd, JohnB. S., 891 
Tompkins, Chas. H. (Regular Army), 651 
Tompkins, Charles H. (Rhode I&land), 
1,591 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



341 



Torbert, Alfred T. A., 145, 315. 1,120 

Totten, Joseph G., 67, 599, 2,6?5 
James, 632 

Tonrtelotte, John E., 9,378 

Tower, Zecalous B., 75, 486, 929 

Townsend, Edward D., 31 
Frederick, 775 

Tracy, Benjamin F., 1,721 

Tranernicht, Theodore, 2,467 

Tremain, H. Edwtird, 1,399 

Trippler, Charles S., C67 

Trotter, Frederick E., 2,408 

Trowbridge, Luther S., 567 

True, James M., 2,232 

Truex, William S., 1,782 

Trumbull, Matthew M., 2,347 

Tully, William Cooper, 1,811 

Turchin, JohnB., 1,042 

Turley, John A., 2,027 

Turner, Charles, 5!,264 

John W., 64, 317, 1,241 

Tuttle, James M., 1,020 

Tyler, Daniel, 948, 2,549 

Erastus B., 438, 1,016 
Robert O., 55, 301, 1,117 

Tyndale, Hector, 453, 1,169 

IJllman, Daniel, 439, 1,183 
Underwood, Adin B., 493, 1,252 
Upton, Emory, 132, 322, 1,271 

Vail, Jacob G., 2,135 
Vail, Nicholas J., 2,470 
Van Alen, James H., 984 
Van Antwerp, Verplanck, 1,391 
Van Buren, Daniel T., 1,382 
James L., 1,392 
Thomas B., 1,715 
Van Cleve, Horatio P., 454, 963 
Vandever, William, 485, 1,144 
Van Derveer, Ferdinand, 1,307 
VanPetten, John B., 1,768 
Van Vliet, Stewart, 54, 440, 896 
Van Wyck. Charles H., 1,364 
Varney, George, 1,489 
Vaughn, Samuel K., 2,320 
Veatch, James C, 479, 1,006 
Vickars, David, 1,775 
Viele, Egbert L., 862 
Vifquain, Victor, 2,258 



Vincent, Strong, 1,221 

Thomas M., 625 
Vinton, David H., 48 

Francis L., 1,071 
Vogdes, Israel B., 731, 1,103 
Von Blessingh, Lewis, 1,982 
Von Egloffstein, F. W., 1,717 
VonSchaack. George W., 1,656 
Von Schrader, Alexander. 1,431 
Von Steinwehr, Adoiph, 917 
Von Vegesack, Ernest, 1,664 
Vorls, Alvin C, 558 
Vreeland, Michael J., 2,099 

Wade, James F., 2,452 

Melancthon S., 913 
Wadsworth, James S., 297, 851, 2,567 
Wagner, George D., 1,131 

Louis, 1,854 
Wain Wright, Charles S., 1,636 
William P., 1,693 
Waite, Charles, 2,117 
Carios A., 752 
John M., 2,175 
Walcott, Charles P., 1,590 
Walcutt, Charies C, 382, 1,293 
Walker, Duncan S., 1,415 
Francis A., 1,416 
Moses B., 1,979 
Samuel, 2,398 
Thomas M., 1,867 
Wallace, Lewis, 184, 882 

Martin R. M , 2,171 
William H. L., 959, 2,588 
Wallen, Henry D., 784 
Wangelin, Hugo, 2,2S9 
Ward, Durbin, 1,968 

George H., 1,551, 2,598 
Henry C, 2,479 
John H. H., 1,085 
Lyman M., 2,316 
William T., 343, 890 
Warner. Adoniram J., 2,431 
Darius B., 2,047 
Edward E,., 1,637 
James M., 773, 1,344 
Willard, .563 
WaiTen, Fitz Henry, 499, 1,034 

Gouverneur K., 82, 258, 1,07' 
Lucius H., 2,489 



342 



STATISTICAL RECORD. 



Washbm-n, Cadwallader C, -247. 1,039 
Francis 1.539, 2,616 
George A., 2.434 
Henry D., 571 
Wass, Ansel D., 1,589 
Waters, Louis H., 2,246 
Watkins, Louis D., 726, 1,363 
Wea%'er, James B., 2,348 
Webb, Alexander S., 152, 309, 1,214 
Webber, Alexander Watson, 2,500 

Jules C, 2,203 
Weber, Max. 1,002 
Webster, Joseph D., 367, 1,155 
Weed, Stephen H., 1,211, 2,562 
Weitzel, Godfrey. 84, 275, 1.056 
Weld, Stephen M., Jr., 1,587 
Wells, George D.. 1,575, 2,582 
George E., 2,009 
Henry H., 2,116 
Milton, 1.919 
William, 518, 1,?50 
Welsh, Thomas, 1,191, 2,631 

William, 2,472 
Weutworth, Mark F., 1,512 
Wessells. Henry W., 795, 987 
West, Edward W., 1.785 
Francis H., 2,328 
George W., 1,503 
Henry R., 2,003 
Joseph R., 506, 1.092 
Robert M., 1,794 
Wever, Clark R., 2,359 
Wheaton, Frank. 93, 320,1,110 
Wheelock, Charles, 1,711, 2,642 
Wherry, William M., 1.39S 
Whipple, Amiel W.. 83, 2j7, 975, 2,596 

William D., 36, 1,222 
Whistler, Joseph N. G., 1,638 
Whitbeck, Horatio N., 2,005 
White, Carr B., 1.965 
. Daniel, 1,511 
David B., 1,700 
Prank, 2.134 
Frank J., 2,448 
Harry, 1,848 
Julius, 441, 1,020 
Whiteley, Robert H. K., 703 
Whittacker, Edward W., 1,602 

Walter C, 373, 1,216 
^Vhittelsey, Charles H., 1,433 



"WTiittier, Charles A., 1,404 
Francis H.. 1.570 
Whittlesey, Eliphalet, 2,496 
Henry M., 1,469 
Wilcox, James A , 2,046 

John S., 2,226 
Wild, Edward A., 1,200 
Wilder, John T., 2,133 
Wildes, Thomas F., 2,066 
Wildrick, Abram C, 1,789 
Wiles, Green bury F., 2,019 
Wiley, Aquilla, 1,985 

Daniel D., 1.475 
Willcox. Orlando B., 163, .304, 845 
Williams, Alpheus S., 334, 840 
Adolphus W., 2,111 
D. H., 1,186 
John, 2,349 
James M., 2,517 
Reuben, 2,132 
Robert. 622 
Seth, 33, 442, 895 
Thomas, 901, 2,550 
Thomas J., 1,945 
Williamson, James A., 455, 1,327 
Willian, John, 1,780 
Willich, August, 501, 1,046 
AVilson, Jame.s, 2,353 

James Grant, 2.451 
James H., 85, 283, 1,251 
Lester S., 1,681 
Thomas, 661, 1,476 
William T., 2,053 
William, 1,655 
Winkler, Frederick C, 2,326 
Winslow, Bradley, 1.766 

Edward F., 2,349 
Robert E., 1,884 
Winthrop, Frederick, 525, 2,585 
Wise, George D., 1.470 
Wistar, Isaac, 1,150 
Wister, Langhorne, 1,881 
Wisewell, Moses N., 2,415 
Witcher, JohnS., 1,910 
Withington. William H., 2,109 
Wolfe, Edward H., 2.144 
Wood, James, Jr., 536 
Oliver, 2,437 
Robert C, 666 
Thomas J., 90, 278, 915 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



343 



Wood, William D., 2,2F6 

Woodall, Daniel, 1,899 

Woodbury, Daniel P., 71, 955, 2,637 

Woodford, Stewart L., 2,528 

Woodhull, Maxwell V. L., 1,434 

Woodrufif, Israel C, 684 

Woods, Charles R., 158, 326, 1,226 
William B., 443, 1,354 

Woodward, Oi-phens S., 1,852 

Wool, John B., 9, 584 

Woolley John, 2,122 

Wormer, Grover S., 2.120 

Wright, Edward, 2,366 
Elias, 2,465 
George, 774, 900, 2,645 
Horatio G., 76, 211, 887 



Wright, John G., 1,676 

Joseph J. B., 668 
Thomas F., 2,389 

Yates, Henry, Jr., 2,263 
Yeoman, Stephen B., 2,492 
Yorke, Louis E., 1,417 
Young. Samuel B. M., 1,792 
Thomas L., 2,U49 

Zalim, Lewis, 1,948 

Ziegler, George M., 2,501 

Zinn, George, 1,840 

Zook, Samuel K.. 296, 1,148, 2,563 

Zulick, Samuel M., 1,823 




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