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LIST OF OFFICERS 



u 

Army of the United States 



OF THE 



FROM 



1779 to 1900 . 



EMBRACING A REGISTER OF ALL APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRES- 
IDENT OF THE UNITED STATES IN THE VOLUNTEER SERVICE 
DURING THE CIVIL WAR AND OF VOLUNTEER 
OFFICERS IN THE SERVICE ;OF THE 
UNITED STATES JUNE 1, 1900. 



Compiled from the Official Records 

...BY... 

Colonel Wm. H. Powell, U. S. Army 



NEW YORK 

L. R. HAMERSLY & CO. 
1900 



COPYRIGHT, 1900, 
BY L. R. HAMERSLY & CO 



PREFACE. 



In the preparation of the following work the editor has consulted Gard- 
ner's "Dictionary of the Army," Cullum's "Biographical Register of the 
Graduates of the Military Academy," Powell's " Records of Living Officers 
U. S. Army," Hamersly's "Register of the Army 1779 to 1879," Heitman's 
" Historical Register of the U. S. Army," and the Official Registers issued by 
the War Department. 

No pains have been spared to render this work thoroughly correct in its 
details, and any errors or omissions that may be discovered are occasioned only 
by lack of opportunity to obtain proper information. 

A list of the Volunteer Officers in the service of the Government, June, 
1900, has been added to the work, which will be found to add importance to 

its general character. 

W. H. POWELL. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

A General Register of the Officers in the American Armjj 1779 1 

A General List of the Officers in the American Army, 1780 29 

List of General Officers in Continental Service January 1, 1782 . , 30 

General Officers resigned, dismissed, etc. 30 

List of the Officers of the Army from January 1, 1784, to January 1, 1785 31 

Register of the Army as recognized by the first Congrea, 1789 35 

List of the Officers of the Army, 1797 . 38 

Organization of the Army, June 1, 1802 40 

List of Officers of Artillery, January 1, 1805 42 

List of Officers of Infantry, January 1, 1805 ...;....... 42 

Rank of the Captains and Subalterns of Artillery, 1806 43 

Rank of the Captains and Subalterns of 1st Infantry, 1806 44 

Rank of the Captains and Subalterns of 2d Infantry, 1806 44 

The Army of the U. S., April, 1809 . 45 

Casualties U. S. Army, 1809-1810 . . . 49 

List of Officers of the Army, 1812-1813 . . 51 

Officers of the Army, 1813 65 

Officers of the Army, 1814 102 

Organization of the Army, 1814 105 

Brevets conferred from 1776 to 1812 140 

Brevets conferred during war with Great Britain, 1812-1815 .147 

Army List, 1815-1900 . 151 

Commanders-in-Chief of the Army 695 

List of Volunteer Officers, 1900 696 

General Officers of the Revolutionary War 763 

General Officers of the Line of the Permanent Establishment 765 

General Officers of the Staff of the Permanent Establishment 767 

Officers of Volunteers commissioned by the President, 1861-65 769 



ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THE "WORK. 



A. A. G. Assistant Adjutant General 

Acad. Academy 

A. C. G. S. Ass't Commissary General of 

Subsistence 

A. C. S. Acting Commissary of Subsistence 
Addl. Additional 
A. d e C. Aide-de-Camp 
Adj. Adjutant 

A. I. G. Assistant Inspector General 
A. G. Adjutant General 
A. Q. M. Assistant Quartermaster 
Art. Artillery 
Asst. Assistant 
Ass'd Assigned 
Batt. Battalion 
Batty Battery 
Brig. Brigadier 
Bvt. Brevet 
Capt. Captain 
Cav. ^Cavalry 
C. G. Commissary General 
Col. Colonel 
Corpl. Corporal 

C. S. Commissary of Subsistence 
Dep. Deputy 
Dept. Department 
Drag. Dragoons 



Eng. Engineers 

Gen. General 

Hosp. Hospital 

I. G. Inspector General 

Inf. Infantry 

J. A. Judge Advocate 

Lieut. Lieu tenant 

Maj. Major 

Mil. Military 

Ord. Ordnance 

P. M. Paymaster 

Prlv. Private 

Prof. Professor 

Q. M. Quartermaster 

Q. M. D. Quartermaster Department 

Q. M. G. Quartermaster General 

R. Q. M. Regimental Quartermaster 

Reg. Regiment 

R. C. S. Regimental Commissary of Sub- 
stance 

Sergt. Sergeant 

Surg. Surgeon 

Tran s. Tran sf erred 

Vol. Volunteer 

Vols. Volunteers 

Names of States and names of months arc 
abbreviated as in general use 



LIST 



OF THE 



OFFICERS OF THE ARMY 

1779-178O. 



NOTE. The method by which Officers were first promoted in the American Army being 
irregular, particularly in cases where officers were prisoners, several alterations were after- 
wards made, and commissions antedated, even to the vacancies they were to fill up, in 
order to do justice to the injured, which has occasioned some apparent inconsistencies. 

The following lists were made from a variety of documents, viz: Resolves of Congress, 
Returns and Registeries of Commissions in the War Office. 

A General Register of the Officers in the American Army for 1779. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 
Commander-in-Chief. 
George Washington. 15 June, 1775. 
Major-Gencrals. 

Charles Lee, 17 June. 1775. 

Philip Schuyler, 19 June. 1775. Resigned 

1 April, 1779. 

Israel Putnum, 19 June, 1779. 
Horatio Gates, 16 March, 1776. 
Will. Heath, 9 Aug., 1776. 
John Sullevan, 9 Aug., 1776. Resigned 30 

Nov., 1779. 

Nathan Green, 9 Aug.. 1776. 
Earl of Sterling, 19 Feb., 1777. 
Thomas Mifflin, 19 Feb., 1777 

25 Feb., 1779. 

Arthur St. Clalr. 19 Feb., 1777. 
Benj. Lincoln, 19 Feb., 1777. 
Bened, Arnold, 19 Feb., 1777. 
Marq.de la Fayette, 31 July. 1777. 
Baron de Kalb, 15 Sept.. 1777. 
Robert How, 20 Oct.. 1777. 
Alex. McDougal, 20 Oct., 1777. 
Baron Steuben, 5 May, 1778. 

Brigadiers. 

Will. Thompson, 1 March, 1776. 
John Nixon, 9 Aug., 1776. 
James Clinton, 9 Aug., 1776. 
Sam. Holden Parsons, 9 Aug., 1770. 
Will. Moultrie, 16 Sept., 1776. 
Laughlin Mclntosh, 16 Sept., 1776. 
Will. Maxwell, 23 Oct., 1776. 
Will; Smallwood, 23 Oct., 1776. 
Henry Knox, 27 Dec., 1776. 
Enoch Poor, 21 Feb., 1777. 
John Glover, 21 Feb.. 1777. 
John Patterson, 21 Feb., 1777. 
Anth. Wayne, 21 Feb., 1777. 
Will. Woodford. 21 Feb.. 1777. 
P. Meuhlenberg, 21 Feb., 1777. 



Jams. M. Varnum, 27 Feb., 1777. Resigned 

5 March, 1779. 

George Clinton, 25 March, 1777. 
Charles Scott, 1 April, 1777. 
George Wheedon, 1 April, 1777. 
Edwd. Hand. 1 April, 1777. 
Ebenezer Learnerd, 2 April, 1777. 
Jedediah Huntington, 12 May. 1777. 
Count Pulaski, 15 Sept., 1777. Killed at 

Savannah, 1779. 
John Stark, 4 Oct., 1777. 
Chev. du Portail, 17 Nov., 1777. 
Jethro Summer, 9 Jan., 1779. 
James Hogan, 9 Jan., 1779. 

Hugar, 9 Jan., 1779. 

Mordecai Gist, 9 Jan., 1779. 
Resigned Will. Irwine, 12 May, 1779. 

CORPS OF ENGINEERS formed agreeable to 
a resolve of Congress, 11 March. 1779, 
with 3 Companies of Sappers and Miners 
directed to be raised by resolve of 27 May, 
1778, and to be under the direction of 
the Chief Engineer. 

Chief Engineer. 
Brig. General. 
Chev. du Portail. 



Colonels. 
Thadeus Kosciuzko, 18 Oct., 1776. 

de la Raddiere, 8 July, 1777. Died. 

Laumoy. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Cheval. de Cambray. 

Majors. 

du Gouvion, 8 July, 1777. Promoted 

Lieut. Col. 

Cheval. de Villefranche, 1 Jan., 1778. 
John Bern. Murmand, 1 March, 1778. 



LI$T .OF, ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



Captains, 
1'Enfant, 18 Feb., 1778. 



Joseph Detzon, 18 Oct., 1779. 
Nevin, 25 April, 1779. 

Colonel. 
Jedathun Baldwin, 14 Aug., 1776. 

Major. 
Ferdin. de Brahm. 11 Feb., 1778. 



SAPPERS AND MIXERS. 
Captains. 

Nevin, 25 April, 1779. 
Bebee, 2 Aug., 1779. 
Murray, 2 Aug., 1779. 
de Veil, 2 Aug., 1779. 

Capt. Lieutenants. 
Gilleland, 2 Aug.. 1779. 
Bushnell, 2 Aug., 1779. 
Cleveland, 2 Aug., 1779. 

Lieutenant. 
Welsh, 2 Aug., 1779. 



ARTILLERY. IV Battalion. Raised by the 
State of Pennsylvania and taken into 
Continental service 20 June, 1777. 

Colonel. 
Thomas Proctor, 5 Feb., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Thomas Forrest, 2 Dec.. 1778. 

Major. 
Benjamin Eustice, 2 Dec., 1778. 

Captains. 

Isaac Craig, 3 March, 1777. 
Amos Wilkinson, 3 March, 1777. Resigned 

1 June. 1779. 

Joseph Rice, 4 March. 1777. 
Francis Proctor, 16 July. 1777. 
Charles Turnbull, 16 July, 1777. 
Patrick Duffy, 3 March, 1778. 
Will. Ferguson. 14 April, 1778. 
John Brice, 1 June, 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenants. 

Robert Coltman, 14 March, 1777. Promoted 

Captain, 3 March, 1779. 
Worsiey Ernes, 16, July, 1777. 
Lawrence Allman. 
Thomas Douglass, 14 April. 1778. 
Will. Ritter, 1 April, 1777. Resigned 11 

March, 1779. 

Will. Martin, 1 June, 1778. 
Jonathan Brewer. Resigned 10 Feb., 1779. 
John Landenberger. 27 April, 1777. Re- 

signed 3 Feb.. 1779. 

1st Lieutenants. 

James Loyd, 14 March, 1777. Promoted 

Capt. Lieut., 9 Feb., 1779. 
Robert McConnel. 14 March. 1777. Pro- 

moted Capt. Lieut., 3 June, 1779. 
James Smith, 14 March. 1777. Promoted 

Capt. Lieut., 3 June. 1779. 
John Shute. 1 April,. 1777. 
Jesse Crosley, 1 April, 1777. 
John Strieker. 1 April, 1777. 
Matth. McGuire. 18 Dec., 1778. 
James Norris, 1 April, 1777. 
John B. Webster, 11 May. 1779. 



ARTILLERY. An Independent Company 
raised in Pennsylvania, agreeable to a 
resolve of Congress of December, 1776. 

Captain. 
Gibb Jones, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Jerem. Freeman, 1 Jan., 1777. 

1st Lieutenant. 
David Fick, 1 Jan., 1777. 



An Independent Company raised by the 
State of North Carolina, and taken into 
Continental service 19 July, 1777. 

Captain. 
John Kingsbury, 19 July, 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Philip Jones, 19 July, 1777. 

1st Lieutenant. 
John Carlow Vance, 8 July, 1779. 

A Company raised in Pennsylvania to work 
in Laboratory agreeable to a resolve of 
Congress. ' 

Captain. 
Isaac Goran, 1 Feb., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Will. Godfrey, 1 July, 1777. 

1st Lieutenant. 
Anthony Wright, 1 March, 1777. 

2nd Lieutenant. 

Andrew Caldwell, 1 April, 1777. 
23 July, 1779. 



Resigned 



Three Companies raised in Maryland agree- 
able to a resolve of Congress. These by 
an Act of .the Council were reduced to 
one Company, the 3rd of September, 1779. 

Captains. 

Will. Brown, 22 Nov., 1777. 
Rich. Dorsey, 24 Nov., 1777. 
Edward Gale, 3 Sept., 1779. Died Oct., 
1779. 

Capt. Lieutenants. 
James Smith. 22 Nov., 1777. 
Ebenezer Finley, 24 Nov., 1777. 

Sam'l Sadler, 3 Sept., 1779. 

1st Lieutenants. 

James McFaddon, 22 Nov., 1777. 
Robert Willmot, 24 Nov., 1777. 
Jaquies Baequies, 3 Sept., 1779. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Clemont Sherret, 1 Oct., 1778. 
Nich. Ricket, 25 Aug., 1778. 
John Carson, 1 May, 1779. 
Isaac Rawlings, 3 Sept., 1779. 
Young Wilkinson, 3 Sept.. 1779. 
John Chiver, 8 Sept., 1779. 
John White, 13 Sept., 1779. 



on . eser, ay. 

Samuel Story, 11 May, 1779. 



An Independent Company. 
Captain. 
James Lee. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



Will. Powers. 



Samuel Doty. 



Capt. Lieutenant. 



1st Lieutenant. 



CAVALRY. I Regiment of Light Dragoons 
raised in Virginia, and taken into Con- 
tinental service. 

Colonel. 
Theoderick Bland. Resigned 10 Dec., 1779. 

Lieut. Colonel Commanding. 
Ant. Walton White, 15 Feb.. 1777. Re- 
moved from 4th to the command of this, 
10 Dec., 1779. 



Andrew Nixon. 



Captain. 



CAVALRY. II Regiment raised agreeable to 
a resolve of Congress of 12 Dec.. 1776, 
but by another resolve of 14 June, 1777, 
takes rank from 25 Nov., 1776. 

Colonel. 
Elisha Sheldon, 12 Dec., 1776. 

* Lieut. Colonels. 
Samuel Blackdon, 7 April, 1777. Resigned 

1 Aug., 1779. 
John Jameson, 1 Aug., 1779. 

Major. 
Benj. Talmage, 7 April, 1777. 

Captains. 
Josiah Stoddard, 31 Dec., 1776. Died 24 

Aug., 1779. 

Epaphras Bull, 10 June, 1777. 
Ezek. Port. Beldon, 7 April. 1777. 
John Shethar, 11 Oct., 1777. 
John Webb, 1 Jan., 1778. 
David Edgar, 23 Nov., 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

Jeronym Hogland, 7 Oct., 1777. Promoted 

Capt. 18 Dec.. 1779. 
John Brown, 11 Oct.. 1777. 
Thomas Burkman, 20 Oct.. 1777. 
George Hurlbert, 25 Dec., 1777. 
Elijah Wadsworth, 1 Jan.. 1778. 
John Simonet, 1 Jan., 1778. 
Will. Stanton, 1 April. 1778. 
James Paton, 2 June, 1778. 
James Willis, 2 June, 1778. 
Jedediah Rogers, 2 June, 1778. 
Horace Seymour, 2 June. 1778. 
Samuel Mills, 2 June. 1778. 
Aaron Bull, 5 Nov., 1778. 
Silvanus Dickinson, 1 Dec., 1778. 



Cornets. 

Promoted Lieut., 



14 



David Mumford. 

Nov., 1779. 
Thorn. Fred. Jackson. Promoted Lieut., 15 

Nov., 1779. 

Elijah King, 16 Nov., 1779. 
Joshua Jones, 16 Nov., 1779. 

Adjutant. 
Jeron. Hogland, 7 Oct., 1777. 

Paymaster. 
Will. Stanton, 1 March, 1777. 

Surgeon. 
John Homans, 18 Dec., 1776. 



CAVALRY. Ill Regiment of Light Dragoons 
raised In Virginia, agreeable to a resolve 
of Congress, 5 Jan., 1777. 

Colonel. 

George Baylor, 8 Jan., 1777. 
Lieut. Colonel. 
Will. Washington, 20 Nov., 1778. 

Major. 

Richard Call, 2 Oct., 1778. 
Captains. 

George Lewis, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Robert Smith, 9 Jan., 1777. 
Cadwell Jones, 6 Feb., 1777. 
John Swan, 26 April, 1777. 
Churchil Jones, 1 June. 1777. 
Carter Page, 10 April, 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

John Steth, 6 Feb., 1777. Promoted. 

John Baylor, 15 Feb., 1777. 

Charles Randolph, 14 June, 1777. 

Walker Baylor, 1 July, 1777. Promoted. 

Hill Carter. 

Will. Barrett, 10 April, 1778. 

Cornets. 

Will. Parsons. Promoted 1 Jan., 1779. 
Criswell Barrett. Promoted 2 Jan., 1779. 
Robert Morrow. Promoted 3 Jan., 1779. 
Presley Thornton, 20 Feb., 1777. Promoted. 
Francis Dade, 1 May, 1778. Promoted. 
Peregrine Fitzhugh, 16 June, 1778. 
Benj. Hart, 26 July, 1778. 
Edwd. Connor, 27 July, 1778. 

Adjutant. 
Robert Morrow, 1 June, 1778. 



Quartermaster. 



Will. Woolfolk. 

Paymasters. 

Criswell Barrett. Resigned 1 Nov., 1779. 
Ambrose Gordon, 1 Nov., 1779. 

Surgeons. 

George Evans. Resigned 1 Aug., 1779. 
Michael Barry, 1 Nov., 1779. 



Thomas Evans. 



Mate. 
Resigned 1 June, 



ro. 



CAVALRY. IV Regiment of Light Dragoons 
raised in Pennsylvania in 1777. 

Colonel. 

Stephen Moylan, 8 Jan., 1777. By brevet 
5 June, 1776. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

Ant. Walton White, 15 Feb., 1777. Re- 
moved to 1st Regt., 10 Dec., 1779. 

Captains. 
Moore Fontleroy, 21 Jan., 1777. Promoted 

Major 1 Aug., 1779. 
David Hopkins, 21 Jan., 1777. 
John Heard, 8 Feb., 1778. 
George Grey, 1 March, 1778. Resigned 1 

May, 1779. 

John Craig, 22 Dec., 1778. 
Zebulon Pike, 25 Dec., 1778. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-3780. 



Lieutenants. 
Peter Manifold. 1 May, 1778. Promoted 

Capt. 15 April. 1779. 
Larkin Smith, 4 Sept., 1778. Promoted 

Capt. 1 Aug., 1779. 
Henry Willis, 22 Dec., 1778. 
Erasmus Gill, 25 Dec., 1778. 

Cornets. 
Thomas Overton. Promoted Lieut. 1 July, 

1779. 
Larkin Smith, 1 Aug., 1778. Promoted 

Lieut. 1 Jan., 1779. 

Laur. Trent. Promoted Lieut. 1 Oct., 1779. 
Dade Payton, 1 Jan., 1779. Promoted 

Lieut. 2 June. 1779. 

John Sullivan, Promoted Lieut. 1 Oct., 1779. 
Jonah Hallet. Promoted Lieut. 2 Oct., 1779. 

Adjutants. 

Zebulon Pike, 20 Nov., 1777. Resigned. 
Thomas Overton, 1 July, 1779. 



Oneuil, 1 March, 1779. 



Laur. Trent. 



Quartermaster. 



Paymaster. 



Will. Henderson. 

Surgeons. 

Will. Cathcart, 1 April. 1777. Resigned. 
Thos. Hax McCauly, 1 May, 1778. 



Three troops of LIGHT DRAGOONS raised in 
North Carolina. 



Martin Phiser. 
Casmo de Medici. 
Samuel Ash. 



Captains. 



Will Hardy. 



Paymaster. 



MARECHAUSE LIGHT DRAGOONS. One troop 
raised agreeable to a resolve of Congress 
of 27 May, 1778, to attend the Provost 
Martial. 

Captain. 
Barthol. Van Hear, 1 June, 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

Christ. Manaeke, 1 July, 1778. 
Jacob Maitinger, 1 Aug., 1778. 
Philip Strubing. 

CAVALRY. I Legion of Cavalry and In- 
fantry raised agreeable to a resolve of 
Congress, 1778. 

Brigadier General. 
Count Pulaski. Killed at Savannah, 1779. 



Colonel. 
Cowatch. Killed 



town, 11 May, 1779. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Bedeau. 



before Charles- 



Majors. 

Count de Monfort. Resigned 23 Jan., 1779 
Pet. Jos. Franch Vernier, 23 Feb., 1779. 
Killed 9 Oct., 1779. 

Captains. 

Paul Bentalou, 12 April. 1778. 
Joseph Baldesqui, 10 May, 1778. Resigned 
23 Dec., 1779. 



Baron de Frey. 

Charles de Frey. Died Dec., 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

Girard. Promoted Brevet Lieuten- 
ant Colonel, 13 Feb., 1779. 

Baptiste Verdier, 1 March, 1777. 

Beaulieu, 1 March, 1779. 

Kavleman, 1 March, 1779. Resigned 

1 Sept., 1779. 
la Close, 1 March, 1779. 

Cornet. 

Conture, 1 July, 1779. 



CAVALRY. II Legion. The 13 July, 1779, 
Captain McLane's company was detached 
from the Delaware Regiment and united 
to this corps. 

Major. 
Henry Lee. 

Captains. 
Allan McLane. 
Henry Payton, 2 July, 1778. 
Joseph Eggleston. 
John Rudulph, 1 Oct., 1778. 
Mich. Rudulph. 
Robert Forsyth, 1 July, 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

Joseph Eggleston, 21 April, 1778. 
Patrick Cams. 22 April, 1778. 
Ferdinand Neal. 
George Haney. 
Matthew Irwin. 
James Armstrong, 1 Jan., 1779. 

Cornets. 

Ferdinand Neal, 22 April, 1778. 
William Winston. 
George Guthry. 
James Heard. 
Henry Archer, 1 Jan., 1779. 



John Gordon. 



Stephen Lewis. 
Charles Adams. 



Adjutant. 

Quartermaster. 

Mate. 



CAVALRY. 1 1 1. Legion. 

Colonel. 

Armand, 10 May, 1777. 

Captains. 

Charles Markle, 8 Feb., 1778. 
George Schaffner. 8 Feb., 1778. 

Sigounier, 9 Feb., 1778. 

Viscount Lomange, 11 Feb., 1778. 

Le Brun, April, 1778. 

Berth, 7 June, 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

John Sharp, 10 Feb., 1778. 
Henry Seibert. 6 June, 1778. 

Vegnera, July, 1778. 

Augustus Brissault, 13 Jan., 1779. 

Verdis. April, 1779. 

Ludeman, 1 June, 1779. 

Bern'd de Cicaty. 6 June, 1779. 

Suber. Resigned 1 June, 1779. 

2nd Lieutenant. 

Freder. Segern, 1 May. 1778. Promoted 
Lieutenant 1 June, 1779. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



Cornet. 
des Couture, 31 July, 11 



Ensign. 
Henry Riedel, 1 June, 1778. 

INFANTRY. General Washington's Guards. 

Major. 
Caleb Gibbs, 29 July, 1778. 



Will. Colfax. 



Lieutenant. 



INFANTRY. I New Hampshire Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Joseph Cilly, 22 Feb., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Jerem. Gilman, 20 Sept., 1777. 

Major. 
Will. Scott, 20 Sept., 1777. 

Captains. 

Amos Morrill, 8 Nov.. 1776. 
Jason Wait, 8 Nov., 1776. 
Amos Emerson, 8 Nov., 1776. 
Ebenezer Fry. 8 Nov., 1776. 
Isaac Farwell, 8 Nov., 1776. 
Nat. Hutchings, 2 April, 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Simeon Satwell, 20 Sept., 1777. Ranks as 

Captain. 

Lieutenants. 
Moody Dustin, 5 March, 1778. Ranks as 

Captain. 

Renj. Kimble, 8 Nov., 1776. 
Matthew McCawley, 8 Nov.. 1776. 
Josiah Monroe, 20 Sept., 1777. 
Daniel Clapp, 5 March. 1778. 
Will. Hutchins, 5 March, 1778. 
Asah Senter, 5 March, 1778. 
Jeremiah Pritchard, 5 March, 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Bazaleel Howe, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Simeon Morrill, 20 Sept., 1777. 
Jonath. Willard. 10 Jan., 1778. 
Joshua Thompson, 5 March. 1778. 
Thomas Blake, 12 May, 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Jonath. Perkins, 29 July, 1777. 
Joseph Mills, 20 Sept., 1777. 
Hubbart Carter, 28 Sept., 1777. 
Samuel Thompson, 10 Jan., 1778. 



INFANTRY. II New Hampshire Regiment. 

Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 
George Reed, 5 March, 1778. 

Major. 
Benj. Titcomb, 2 April, 1777. 

Captains. 

Caleb Robinson. 8 Nov.. 1776. 
James Carr, 8 Nov., 1776. 
Elijah Clays, 8 Nov., 1776. 
Will. Rowel, 2 April, 1777. 
Moses Dustin, 30 Sept., 1777. 
Jerem. Fogg, 9 Oct., 1777. 
Enoch Chace, 22 Dec., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Samuel Cheny, 22 Dec., 1777. 



Lieutenants. 

Michael Holt, 22 Dec., 1777. 
Ebenezer Light, 22 Dec., 1777. 
Noah Robinson. 22 Dec., 1777. 
Joseph Potter, 22 Dec.. 1777. 
Pelatiah Whittimore, 22 Dec., 1777. 
James Nichols, 22 Dec., 1777. 
Will. Mord. Bell, 22 Dec., 1777. 
George Bep. Frost, 22 Dec., 1777. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Luke Woodbury, 20 Sept., 1777. 
Samuel Adams, 9 Oct., 1777. 
Will. Taggard, 22 Dec., 1777. 

Ensigns. 

Joshua Merrow, 2 April, 1777. 
Daniel Gookin, 6 May, 1777. 
Caleb Blodget, 16 Sept., 1777. 

Georg Bunham, 20 Sept.. . 

Will. Twombley, 9 Oct., 1777. 
Thomas Chalis, 22 Dec., 1777. 

INFANTRY. Ill New Hampshire Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Alexan. Scammel, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Henry Dearborn, 19 Sept., 1777. 

Major. 
James Norris, 20 Dec.. 1777. 

Captains. 

Daniel Livermore, 8 Nov., 1776. 
Isaac Fry, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Will. Ellis, 4 April, 1777. 
David McGregore, 4 Aug., 1777. 
Nicholas Gilman, 12 Sept., 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Will. Adr. Hawkins. Promoted Captain 22 
May, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

Thomas Simpson. Promoted Capt. Lieuten- 
ant 22 May, 1779. 

John Dennet, 1 May, 1778. 

Benj. Ellis, 1 May, 1778. 

Adna Penniman, 1 May, 1778. 

Jonath. Cass, 1 May, 1778. 

Joseph Boynton. 1 May, 1778. 

Dudley Leavit Chase, 1 May, 1778. 

Nath. Hoit, 28 Oct., 1778. 

Nath. Leavit, 12 Sept., 1778. 

2nd Lieutenant. 
James Blanchard, 22 May, 1779. 

Ensigns. 

Jonath. Cilley, 4 Aug.. 1777. 
Arch. Stark, 20 Sept., 1777. 
Nathan Ware, 8 Oct., 1777. 
Neal McGaffey, 14 Nov., 1777. 
Bradbury Richards, 1 May, 1778. 
John Harvey, 1 May, 1778. 

An Independent Company. 

Captain. 
Simon Spalding, 26 Sept., 1776. 

Lieutenant. 
Tom Jenkins, 6 July, 1778. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE RANGERS. 

Major. 
William Whitcomb. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



Captain. 
George Aldrich. 

Lieutenants. 
Thomas Lyford. 
Jonas Butterfield. 
Nath. Taylor. 



INFANTRY. I Massachusetts Bay Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Joseph Vasse, 21 Jan., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Elijah Vasse, 21 Jan., 1777. 

Major. 

Thomas Cogswell, 21 Jan., 1777. 
Captains. 

Moses Ashley, 5 Nov., 1775. 
Nathan Gushing, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Orringle Stoddard, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Abraham Hunt. 1 Jan., 1777. 
Jeremiah Miller, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Cop*. Lieutenant. 

John Mills. Promoted Captain 16 April, 
1779. 

Lieutenants. 

Belcher Handcock. Promoted Capt. Lieu- 
tenant 16 April, 1779. 
Francis Green, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Alexander Orr, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Jesse Hollister, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Ebenezer Williams, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Thomas Cushing, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Oliver Hunt. 
John Grace. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Ralph H. Bowles. Promoted Lieutenant 16 

April, 1779. 

Nathan Nason, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Nathan Stone, 1 Jan., 1777. 



Ensigns. 



Benj. Wills. 
Azariah Egleston. 
James Webb. 
Elisha Gilbert. 
Jonath. Rawson. 
Ebenezer Wild. 
John Starbird. 



INFANTRY. II Massachusetts Bay Regiment. 

Colonel. 
John Bailey, 1 July, 1775. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Ezra Badlam, 7 July, 1777. 

Major. 
Andrew Peters, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Captains. 

Seth Drew, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Judah Alden, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Luther Bailey, 11 Aug.. 1777. 
Abner Hayward, 19 Sept.. 1777. 
Adam Bailey. 1 Nov., 1778. 
Dunham. Resigned. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Robert Bradford. Promoted Captain 21 
June, 1779. 



Lieutenants. 
Simeon Lord. Promoted Capt. Lieutenant 

21 June. 1779. 
Will. Taylor, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Robert Muzzy. 1 Jan., 1777. 
Will. Torrey, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Hezek. Ripley. 1 Jan., 1777. 
Jotham Emmes, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Silas Morton, 1 Jan.. 1778. 
Samuel Eldred, 1 Nov., 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Marlbury Turner. Promoted Lieut. 21 June, 

1779. 

Joshua Farnold, 1 June, 1777. 
Ebenezer Brown, 28 Sept.. 1777. 
Ratheureus Mitchel, 1 Nov.. 1777. 
Sturgeon Slone, 1 Nov.. 1777. 
Plenry Nelson, 1 March, 1778. 



Ill Massachusetts Bay Regi- 



INFANTRY. 

ment. 

Colonel. 
John Greaton, 1 July, 1775. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

Jotham Loring, 1 Jan., 1777. Broke 12 
Aug., 1779. 

Major. 
Robert Oliver, 1 Nov.. 1777. 

Captains. 
Samuel Flowers. 
Job Sumner. 1 July, 1777. 
Joseph Williams, l" July, 1777. 
Abraham Watson, 1 July, 1777. 
Edward Crumpton. 11 Nov., 1777 
James Fisdale, 3 Nov., 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Thomas Pritchard, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Lieutenants. 

Samuel Burnham, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Jabez Snow, > Jan.. 1777. 
Dan. Lee. 1 Jan.. 1777. 
John Maynard. 11 Nov.. 1777. 
James Davis, 1 Jan.. 1778. 
James Chiney. 1 Jan.. 177S. 
Samuel Mellick. 16 Sept., 1778. 
Joseph Croker, 16 Sept., 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Henry Savage, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
John Smith, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Ebenezer Stocker, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Meacham, 1 Jan., 1777. 



INFANTRY. 
ment. 



IV Massachusetts Bay Regi- 



Colonel. 
Will. Sheppard, 4 May, 1776. 

I Ac ut. Colonel. 
Will. Stacey. 1 Jan., 1777. 

Major. 
Libbeus Ball, 1 Nov., 1777. 

Captains. 

Isaac Pope. 1 Jan.. 1777. 
George Webb., 1 Jan.. 1777. 
John Bannister. 1 April, 1778. 
Simeon Lamed. 5 Nov., 1778. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



Capt. Lieutenant. 

James Wr.piit. Promoted Capt. 20 May, 
1779. 

Lieutenants. 

Will. Moore. Promoted Capt 15 June, 1779. 
Ebenezer Field. Promoted Capt. Lieut. 15 

June, 1779. 

E. Drew, 1 Jan., 1777. 
David Halbrook, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Jonathan Felt, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Lemuel Snow, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Edward Walker, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Samuel Chapier, 1 Nov., 1777. 
Simeon Spring, 3 Jan., 1778. 
Eleazer Beamis, 5 Nov., 1778. Resigned 18 

Aug., 1779. 

Ensigns. 

Haskall Freeman, 1 Nov., 1777. Promoted 

Lieut. 18 Aug., 1779. 
Jabez Bull, 1 Nov.. 1777. 
John Davis, 3 Jan., 1778. Lt. and Adjt. 14 

April. 1780. 
John Yeoman, 10 Feb., 1778. Lieut. 15 

April. 1780. 

Benj. Ray, 26 Feb., 1778. 
Thomas Cole, 5 Nov., 1778. 
Thomas Covill, 30 March, 1779. Resigned 

18 Aug., 1779. 
Levi Bradi. 30 March, 1779. 
Jacob Town, 18 Aug., 1779. Lieut. 27 May, 

1782. 

Spencer Wood, 18 Aug.. 1779. 
Samuel Day, 18 Aug., 1779. 



INFANTRY. V Massachusetts Bay Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Rufus Putnam, 5 Aug., 1776. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Ezra Newhall, 17 May, 1777. 

Major. 
Jonathan Allen, 17 May, 1777. 

Captains. 

John Whipple, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Jonath. Goodall, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Hiffield White, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Daniel Shays, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Joshua Benson, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Benjamin Gardner, 1 Nov., 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Joseph Killam, 1 Nov., 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

John Trotter, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Jonath. Stone, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Ezekiel Cooper. 1 Jan., 1777. 
Oliver Rouse, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Peter Welsh, 1 Jan., 1777. 
John Cotton, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Ivory Holland, 11 Nov.. 1778. 
Tucker. Resigned 11 July, 1779. 

Ensigns. 
Joseph Smith. 7 Nov., 1777. Promoted 

Lieut. 10 July, 1779. 
Theoph. Clark. Promoted Lieut. 10 July, 

1779. 

Gibeon Hooker. 1 Jan., 1777. 
John Blake. 1 Jan., 1777. 
John Soule, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Elisha Hammond, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Peletah Everett, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Park Holland, 7 Nov., 1777. 
Zibeon Cooper, 7 Nov., 1777. 
Edward Challoner, 7 Nov., 1777. 
Theophilus Clarke, 7 Nov., 1777. 



John Holden. 
1779. 



INFANTRY. VI Massachusetts Bay Regi- 
ment. 

Colonel. 

Thomas Nixon, 9 Aug., 1776. 
Lieut. Colonel. 
Daniel Whiting, 29 Sept., 1778. 

Major. 

Peter Harwood, 29 Sept., 1778. 
Captains. 

John Spurr, 1 Jan., 1776. 
Japheth Daniels, 1 Jan.. 1776. 
Abel Holden, 1 Jan.. 1776. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Promoted Capt. 6 March, 
Lieutenants. 

Benj. Haywood. Promoted Capt. 10 April, 

1779. 
Rich'd Buckmaster. Promoted Capt. 10 

June, 1779. 
Matthew Chambers. Promoted Capt. Lieut. 

10 June, 1779. 
Dudley Tyler, 1 Jan., 1777. Promoted 

Capt. 11 Nov.. 1779. < 

Benj. Pike, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Sam. Frost, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Peter Clays, 1 Jan., 1777. Promoted Capt. 

Lieut. 11 Nov., 1779. 
Mason Wattles. 1 Jan., 1779. 
Nath. Halbrook, 1 March, 1777. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Samuel Fairbanks. Promoted Lieut. 10 

June, 1779. 

John Crane. Promoted Lieut. 10 June, 1779. 
Levi Holden, 22 Dec., 177T. Promoted 

Lieut. 6 March, 1779. 
John Lilley, 23 March, 1778. Promoted 

Lieut. 10 April, 1779. 
John Holden, 27 April. 1778. 
Benj. Lynds, 9 May, 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Stephen Fowler, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Joseph Balcome, 12 Nov., 1777. 
Nath. Wheeler, 6 March, 1779. 
James Weston. 10 April, 1779. 
Nath. Miller, 10 June, 1779. 
Solomon White, 4 Sept., 1779. 
John Thompson, 11 Nov., 1779. 
Benj. Gilbert. 
Moses Cotton. 



INFANTRY. VII Massachusetts Bay Regi- 
ment. 

Lieut. Colonel Commanding. 
John Brooks, 11 Nov., 1778. 

Major. 
Samuel Darby, 1 Nov.. 1778. 

Captains. 

Will. Henry Ballard. 1 July, 1775. 
Asa Coburn. 
Luke Day. 1 Jan., 1777. 
Benjam. Warren, 1 Jan., 1777. 
John Reed, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Dan. Lane, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

James Parker. Promoted Capt. 5 July, 
1779. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1799-1780. 



Will. White. 
July, 1779. 
Will Curtis. 
Eliphalet Thorp. 
Jonath. Maynard. 
Ebenez. Peabody. 
Sam. Bufflngton. 
James Lunt. 
Aaron Holden. 



Lieutenants. 
Promoted Capt. Lieut. 5 



2nd Lieutenant*. 



Luther Trowbridge. 

1779. 

Stephen Carter. 
Robert Giving. 
Elijah Day. 



Promoted 5 July, 



Ensigns. 



RIch'd Bagnall. 
Joseph Tucker. 
Will McKindrey. 
Andrew Garrett. 
Levi Parker. 



IXFAXTRY. VIII Massachusetts Bay Regi- 
ment. 

Colonel. 

Mich. Jackson, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Lieut. Colonel. 
Tobias Fernald, 6 March, 1779. 

Major. 
Will. Hull, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Cap tains. 

James Keith, 1 July, 1775. 
John Wiley, 16 Aug., 1775. 
James Varnum, 10 Aug., 1776. 
James Brancroft, 16 July, 1776. 
John Burnham, 1 July, 1777. 
Thomas Hartshorn, 30 Oct., 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Ebenezer Fish. Dead. 

Lieutenants. 
Will. Story, 1 Jan., 1777. Promoted Capt. 

Lieut. 23 July, 1779. 
Silas Pierce. 1 Jan., 1777. 
Abner Wade, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Ebenezer Smith, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Simon Jackson. 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Obadiah Wither, 5 Jan., 1777. 
Will. Green, 5 Jan.. 1777. 
Samuel Armstrong, 7 Oct., 1777. 
John Sawyer. Resigned. 

Ensigns. 
Samuel Benjamin. Promoted Lieut. 28 

March, 1779. 

John Green. Promoted Lieut. 1 April, 1779. 
Simeon Jackson, 22 Sept., 1777. 
Mich. Jackson, 2 Oct.. 1777. 
Francis Tufts, 3 Oct., 1777. 
James Bancroft. 
Will. Haldreth. 
Sam'l Blaizdell. 
Thomas Foster. 
Benjamin Pierce. 
Dan'l Parker. 
Joel Jenkins. 



INFANTRY. IX Massachusetts Bay Regi- 
ment. 

Colonel. 
James Wesson, 1 Jan., 1777. 



Lieut. Colonel. 
James Miller, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Major. 
Joseph Pettingill, 26 July, 1779. 

Captains. 

Samuel Carr. 1 July, 1777. 
Amos Cayswell. 1 July. 1777. 
Abrnh. Child, Feb., 1777. Resigned 6 Sept., 

Nathan Dix. March, 1777. 
John Blanchard, March, 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Will. Watson. Promoted Capt. 26 July, 
1779. 

Lieutenants. 
Mich. Furley. Promoted Capt. Lieut. 26 

July, 1779. 

Joseph Edes, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Rich'd Welsh, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Caleb Clap, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Joseph Noyes, 1 Jan., 1777. 

- Woodward. Resigned. 

- Claffen. Resigned. 



Ensigns. 
Promoted Lieut. 10 July, 



Benj. Parker. 
1779. 



Joseph Leland. Promoted Lieut. 12 July, 

1779. 
Henry White. Promoted Lieut. 26 July, 

1779. 

Edw'd White, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Nathan Fry, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Oliver Rice, 2 June, 1778. 
Caleb King. 2 June. 1778. 
Ebenezer Davis, 2 March, 1779. 



IXFAXTRY. X Massachusetts Bay Regi- 
ment. 

Colonel. 
Thomas Marshall, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Joseph Thompson, 19 Dec., 1777. 

Major. 
Nath. Winslow, 19 Dec., 1777. 

Captains. 

Samuel King. 8 March, 1776. 
Amasa Soper, 8 March, 1776. 
Will. Warner. 8 March, 1776. 
Christopher Marshall, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Jacob Wales, 1 Nov., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Will. Park, 15 Dec., 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

Thomas White, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Barlet Hynde. 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Samuel Bass. 1 Jan., 1777. 
Jonathan Turner. 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Othniel Taylor. 1 Jan., 1777. 
John Currey. 10 Aug., 1777. 
Natth. C. Allen, 21 Oct., 1778. 
Levi Dodge, 15 Sept., 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Daniel Brown, 1 Nov., 1777. 
Reuben Dodge, 1 Nov., 1777. 
Peleg Turner, 1 Nov., 1777. 
Josiah Smith, 2 April. 1779. 
Richard Miller. 4 April, 1779. 
Barthol. Thayer, 6 April, 1779 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



INFANTRY. XI Massachusetts Bay Regi- 
ment. 

Colonel. 

Benjamin Tupper, 7 July, 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Noah M. Littlefield, 1 Jan.. 1777. 

Major. 
Moses Knap, 5 Nov., 1778. 

Captains. 

Will. Porter. 1 Jan., 1777. 
Moses Greenleaf, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Samuel Page. 1 Jan., 1777. 
Stephen Abbot, 28 May, 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Silas Clarke. Pro. Capt. 28 March, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

John Francis, Pro. Capt. 25 June, 1779. 
Thomas Francis. Pro. Capt. Lieut. 25 

June, 1779. 

Willm. Burley, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Silas Chadburn, 1 Jan., 1777. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Willm. Histey. Pro. Lieut. 28 Mar., 1779. 
Nehem. Emmerson. Pro. Lieut. 28 Mar., 

1779. 

Jonathan Libbey. Pro. Lieut. 25 June, 1779. 
Hugh Mulloy, 1 Jan., 1777. 
James Buxton, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Ensigns. 

Aaron Francis, 1 Jan., 1777. 
John Littlefield, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Will. McKenney, 3 April, 1778. 
Benj. Shaw, 2 October, 1778. 



INFANTRY. XII Massachusetts Bay Regi- 
ment. 

Lieut. Colonel Commanding. 
Ebenezer Sprout, 29 Sept., 1778. 

Major. 
Thomas Barnes, 6 March, 1779. 

Captains. 

Silas Burbank, 1 July, 1777. 
John Williams, 7 July, 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Abrah. Williams. Pro. Capt. 6 March, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

Henry Sewall. Pro. Capt. 25 June, 1779. 
John Pray. Pro. Capt. 5 July, 1779. 
John Manes. Pro. Capt. 5 July. 1779. 
Luke Hitchcock. Pro. Capt. 5 July. 1779. 
Timothy Remick. Pro. Capt. 5 July, 1779. 
Samuel' Miller. 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Andrew English, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Ensigns. 

Joseph Foot. Pro. Lieut. 6 March, 1779. 
Andrew Warner. Pro. Lieut. 1 July. 1779. 
Eleazar Store r. Pro. Lieut. 5 July, 1779. 
John Whiting. Pro. Lieut. 5 July. 1779. 
Asah Ballord. Pro. Lieut. 5 July, 1779. 
John Hubbel. Pro. Lieut. 5 July, 1779. 
Joshua Mason. 13 June, 1777. 
Joshua Danforth, 26 Nov., 1779. 
Samuel Jenkins, 26 Nov., 1779. 
Samuel Myrlck. 26 Nov., 1779. 
Darius Howe, 26 Nov., 1779. 
Benj. Tucker, 26 Nov., 1779. 



INFANTRY. XIII Massachusetts Bay Regi- 
ment. 

Lieut. Colonel Commanding. 
Calvin Smith, 10 March. 1779. 

Major. 
John Porter, 30 May, 1777. 

Captains. 

Noah Alden, 2 Oct.. 1776. 
Daniel Pilsbury, 1 Jan., 1777. 
John Kilby Smith, 12 Feb., 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Peter Page. Pro. Capt. 30 March, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

Ebenezer Smith. Pro. Capt. 30 March. 1779. 
Christian Woodbridge. Pro. Capt. 30 March, 

1779. 

Thomas Smart. Pro. Capt. 15 June, 1779. 
John Fowles. Pro. Capt. 30 June, 1779. 
Walter Dean, 20 Oct., 1777. 
John Philan, 1 Jan.. 1778. 
Will. Wigglesworth, 1 Jan., 1778. 
Leonard Miller, 5 Jan., 1778. 
Benjam. Dana, 7 Feb., 1778. 
Will. Greenleaf, 13 Feb., 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Ephr. Emmery. Pro. Lieut. 10 April, 1778. 
Joshua Fenton. Pro. Lieut. 15 June, 1779. 
Jacob Brown, 1 Jan., 1778. 
James Green, 30 March, 1778. 
Will. Baker, 7 March, 1779. 
Joseph Miller, 30 March, 1779. 
Edward Annable, 30 March, 1779. 
Nehem. Bettis, 10th April, 1779. 



INFANTRY. XIV Massachusetts Bay Regi- 
ment. 

Colonel. 

Gamaliel Bradford, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Barakiah Basset. 1 Jan., 1777. 

Major. 
Joseph Morse, 11 Nov., 1778. 

Captains. 
Thomas Turner, 8 May, 1776. Res'd 9 Oct., 

1779. 

Zebedee Redding, 8 May, 1776. 
James Cooper, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Joseph Wadsworth, 1 Jan., 1777. Res'd 8 

Oct., 1779. 

Joseph Stetson, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Elnath. Haskell, 1 April, 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Adam Fish. 1 April, 1778. Pro. Capt. 8 
Oct., 1779. 

Lieutenants. 
Joseph Bates. 1 Jan., 1777. Pro. Capt. 8 

October. 1779. 
Rufus Lincoln, 1 Jan., 1777. Pro. Capt. 

Lieut. 8 Oct., 1779. 
John Fuller, 1 Jan., 1777. 
/ebedee King, 1 Jan., 1777. 
David Patterson, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Will. Mills, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Thomas Freeman. 1 April, 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Joshua Brumhall. Pro. Lieut. 1 Feb., 1779. 
Andrew Bradford, 1 Jan., 1777. Pro. Lieut. 
8 Oct., 1779. 



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LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



Crocker Sampson, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Gamal. Bradford, 8 Oct., 1779. 
George Reek, 8 Oct.. 1779. 
Ellsh. Faxon, 8 Oct., 1779. 
Obadiah Lovejoy, 8 Oct., 1779. 
Hudson Bailey, 8 Oct., 1779. 



INFANTRY. XV. Massachusetts Bay Regi- 
ment. 

Colonel. 

Timothy Blgelow, 8 Feb., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Henry Haskell, 8 Feb., 1777. 

Major. 
Hugh Maxwell, 7 July, 1777. 

Captain. 
Sylvanus Smith, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Joshua Pierce. Pro. Capt. 1 March, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

Moses Roberts. Pro. Capt. 1 March, 1779. 
Phineas Boisman. Pro. Capt. 19 Ap., 1779. 
Will. Grossman. Pro. Capt. 20 June, 1779. 

Broke 7 Nov., 1779. 

Gabriel Fondrie. Pro. Capt. 28 June, 1779. 
Pro. Capt. 9 Nov., 1779. 



Abner Dow. 
Joseph Brown 

1779. 
Samuel Henley, 1 April, 1777. 



Pro. ~Capt. Lieut. 28 June, 



Joel Pratt 



Ensigns. 
Pro. Lieut. 1 March, 1779. 



Joseph Washburn. Pro. Lieut. 2 April, 1779. 
Will. Eysandean. Pro. Lieut. 2 April, 177!. 
John Kennedy. Pro. Lieut. 19 April, 1779. 
John Stower. Pro. Lieut. 20 June, 1779. 
Henry Marble. Pro. Lieut. 28 June, 1779. 
Jonathan Porter. Pro. Lieut. 28 June, 1779. 
Daniel Simmonds, 1 March, 1779. 
Will. Bancroft, 1 March, 1779. 



INFANTRY. I Rhode Island Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Christopher Green, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Samuel Ward, 26 May, 1778. 

Major. 
Ebenezer Flag, 26 May, 1778. 

Captains. 

Elijah Lewis. 1 Jan., 1777. 
Thomas Cole, 1 Jan., 1777. 
John S. Dexter. 1 Jan., 1777. 
Thomas Arnold, 21 March, 1777. 

to Invalid Regt. 1 Nov., 1779. 
John Holden, 10 Oct., 1777. 
Edward Slocum, 26 May, 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Joseph Arnold, 1 June. 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

Daniel Pierce, 11 Feb., 1777. 
Zephaniah Brown. 11 Feb., 1777. 
Robert Rogers, 19 Feb., 1777. 
David Johnson, 19 Feb.. 1777. 
Elias Thompson, 19 Feb., 1777. 
Enoch Stanton, 19 Feb., 1777. 
Charles Pierce. 1 June, 1778. 
John Cooke, 1 June, 1778. 



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INFANTRY. II Rhode Island Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Israel Angel, 13 Jan., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Jeremiah Olney, 13 Jan., 1777. 

Major. 

Simeon Theyer, 13 Jan.. 1777. 
Captains. 

Will. Tew, 13 Jan., 1777. 
Coggeshall Olney. 13 Jan., 1777. 
William Allen, 13 Jan., 1777. 
Thomas Hughs, 23 June, 1777. 
Will. Humphreys, 22 Oct., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Will. Littlefield, 1 Jan., 1777. Resigned. 
Lieutenants. 

Dutee Jerauld, 11 Feb., 1777. Promoted. 
Thos. Waterman, 11 Feb., 1777. Dismissed. 
Ebenezer Macumber, 12 June, 1777. 
David Sayles, 12 June, 1777. 
Eliver Jenches, 25 June, 1777. 
Benedict Tew, 22 Oct., 1777. Resigned. 
Abel Carpenter, 1 Jan., 1778. Resigned. 
Thomas Waterman, Jun., 1 Jan., 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Benj. L. Peckham. 11 Feb., 1777. 
John Hubbart, 12 Feb., 1777. Pro. Lieut. 18 

May, 1779. 
Joseph Wheaton, 1 March, 1779. Pro. Lieut. 

1 Sept., 1779. 

John Mosely Green, 1 March, 1779. 
John Rogers, 1 May, 1779. 
Will. Pratt, 1 May, 1779. 
Joseph Mashury, 1 May, 1779. 
Jerem. Grinman, 1 May, 1779. 



INFANTRY Connecticut Regiment 

Colonel. 

Josiah Start, 27 May, 1777. Formerly Col. 
Jed. Huntington's. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
David T. Sill. 5 March, 1778. 

Major. 
Christ. Darrow, 15 April, 1778. 

Captains. 

Eliphalet Holmes. 1 Jan., 1777. 
John Shumway, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Will. Richards, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Ithamar Harvey, 1 Jan., 1778. Resd. 20 

June. 1779. 

Ebenezer Perkins, 1 Jan., 1778. 
Ezra Selden, 1 Jan., 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Enoch Reed, 1 June, 1778. 

Lieutenants. 
Henry Hill, 1 Jan., 1777. Resd. 20 June, 

17f9. 

David Dorrance, 1 Jan., 1778. 
Richard Douglass, 1 Jan., 1778. 
John Tiffany, 6 Feb., 1778. 
Will. Colfax, 18 March. 1778. 
James Lord, 1 June, 1778. 
Simeon Avery, 1 June. 1778. 
Ezra Lee, 1 June. 1778. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



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2nd Lieutenants. 

Darius Peek, 1C Feb., 1778. Read. 1 May, 

1779. 

Ichabod Spencer, 29 May, 1778. 
Rufus B. Abel, 1 June, 1778. 
Thomas Anderson, 1 June, 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Will. Tracey, 30 July, 1777. 
Robert Allen, 1 Nov., 1777. 
Reuben Saunderson, 29 Dec., 1777. 
Josiah Tiffany. 1 Jan., 1778. 
Joseph Fellows, 1 June. 1778. 



INFANTRY. II Connecticut Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Zebulon Butler, 13 March, 1778. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Isaac Shannon, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Major. 
Amos Walbridge, 27 May, 1777. 

Captains. 

Ichabod Hinkley. 1 Jan., 1777. 
David Parsons, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Stephen Betts, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Erastus Walcott, 27 May, 1777. 
James Bebee, 25 Dec.. 1777. 
Henry Ten Eyck, 13 May, 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Roger Alden, 1 June, 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

Benoni Shipman, 27 May, 1777. 
Timothy Taylor, 1 Sept., 1777. 
Moses Cleveland, 7 Dec., 1777. 
Peter Robinson, 25 Dec., 1777. 
Nath. Chipman, 29 Dec., 1777. 
James Andrews, 29 Dec., 1777. Resigned 

1 Aug., 1779. 

Solomon Fenton. 1 May, 1778. 
Joseph Austin, 1 June, 1778. Resigned 1 

Aug.. 1779. 
John Mix, 16 June, 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Isaac Keeler. 27 May, 1777. 
Jabes Pearsons, 1 Sept., 1777. 
Eli Barnum, 7 Dec., 1777. 
Samuel Shiock, 1 Sept., 1777. 
Israel Strong, 7 Dec., 1777. 
Josiah Buck, 25 Dec., 1777. 
Will. Lynn, 29 Dec., 1777. 



INFANTRY. Ill Connecticut Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Samuel Willys, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Thomas Grosvenor, 3 March, 1778. 

Major. 
William Clift, 15 Oct., 1778. 

Captains. 
Daniel Allen, 1 Jan., 1777. Resigned 31 

June. 1779. 

Henry Champion. 1 Jan., 1777. 
Robert Warner, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Will. Judd. 1 Jan.. 1777. 
John Barnard, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Edward Ellis, 1 Jan., 1777. 



Capt. Lieutenant. 
Elias Stilwell, 1 June, 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

Jonathan Hart, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Samuel Richards, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Sylvanus Perry, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Peleg Heath, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Obadiah Gore, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Charles Miller, 14 April, 1778. 
Silas Goodale, 25 April, 1778. 
Ralph Pomeroy, 1 June, 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Hezekiah Hubbard, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Samuel Gibbs, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Theoph. Woodbridge, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Elijah Ranform, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Reuben Pride, 11 Nov., 1777. 
Heziah Bailey, 14 April, 1778. Resigned 

29 April, 1779. 
Prentis Hosmer, 25 April, 1778. 

Ensigns. 
Alex'r McDowell, 1 Jan., 1777. Resigned 

25 June. 1779. 
W T ill. Higgins, 23 July, 1777. 



INFANTRY. IV Connecticut Regiment. 

Colonel. 
John Durkee, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
John Sumner, 27 May, 1777. 

Major. 
Benj. Troop, 25 May, 1778. 

Captains. 

John Harman, 1 Jan., 1777. 
John McGreigier, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Nathan Webb, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Andrew Fitch, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Robert Halham, 31 July, 1777. 
Seth Philips, 25 May, 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Samuel Clift, 1 June, 1778. 
Lieutenants. 

Daniel Wait, 1 Jan., 1777. 
John Buel, 24 July, 1777. 
John Durkee, Jr., 31 July, 17 < 7. 
Joseph Chapman, 31 July, 1777. 
Simeon Belding, 25 May, 1778. 
Downal Deming, 15 Nov., 1778 
Charles Fanning, 15 Nov., 17 < 8. 
Ed. Slaxter Coleman, 15 Nov., 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
W 7 ill. Adams, 24 July, 1777. 
Ezra Smith, 31 July, 1777. 
Ebenezer Wales. 31 July, 1777. 
Andrew Griswold. 15 Nov., 1777. 
Silas Holt, 13 Jan., 1778. 
Libbens Loomis, 1 March, 1 < 8. 

Ensigns. 

Diah Hartshorn, 31 July, 1777. 
James Hyde, 27 Dec., 1777. 
Elias Robinson, 27 Dec., 1777. 



INFANTRY. V Connecticut Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Philip Bur. Bradley, 1 Jan., 1777. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



Lieut. Colonel. 
Jonath. Johnson, 15 April, 1778. 

Major. 

Albert Chapman, 5 March, 1778. 
Captains. 

Abner Prior, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Jos. Alleyn Wright, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Josiah Lacy, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Samuel Hait. 1 Jan., 1777. 

Will. Green, 17 March. 1778. 

John St. John, 25 May, 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Thaddeus Weed, 1 June, 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

Elijah Chapman, 1 Jan., 1777. 
James Morris, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
David Strong, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Roger Wadsworth, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Edward Palmer. 1 Jan., 1777. 
Hezekiah Rogers, 12 July, 1777. 
Cornelius Higgins, 17 March, 1778. Re- 
signed 16 Aug., 1779. 
Thaddeus Keeler, 25 March, 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Cornelius Russel, 12 Dec., 1777. 
Nehemiah Gorham. 15 Dec., 1777. 
Othniel Clark, 1 Jan., 1778. 
Will. Henshaw. 4 Jan.. 1778. 
Daniel Bradley, 13 Jan.. 1778. Appointed 

Ensign 28 April, 1777. 
Jobe Smith, 9 May, 1778. 
Jasper Mead, 1 June, 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Samuel Deforest, 15 Dec., 1777. 
David Beach, 4 Jan., 1778. 



INFANTRY. VI Connecticut Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Return Jonath. Meigs, 12 May, 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Ebenezer Grey, 15 Oct.. 1778. 

Major. 
Eli Leavenworth, 18 Sept., 1777. 

Captains. 
Jonas Prentice, 11 Oct., 1777. Resigned 

31 March, 1779. 
Charles Pond, 1 Jan., 1777. Dismissed 19 

April, 1779. 

Joseph Mansfield, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Elijah Humphries, 1 Jan., 1777. 
David Humphries, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Elijah Eli, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Eleazar Claghorn, 1 Jan., 1778. Promoted 
Capt. 19 April, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 
David Hall, 1 Jan., 1777. Promoted Cart. 

Lieut. 19 April, 1779. 
Peter Starr, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Stephen Potter, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Sam. Still. Aug. Parker, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Asa Lay. 1 Jan.. 1777. 
W II. Smith, 1 Jan., 1777. 
John Ball, 15 Nov., 1778. 
Joseph Shaler, 15 Nov.. 1778. 



2nd Lieutenants. 
John .Mansfield, 1 Jan., 1777. Promoted 

Lieut. 19 April, 1779. 
Charles Burrel, 1 Jan., 1777. Resigned 29 

April, 1779. 

Levi Monson, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Joseph Shayler, 1 Jan., 1777. 
John Trowbridge, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Gideon Bailey, 1 Jan., 1777. Resigned 1 

July. 1779. 

John Sharman, 7 Oct., 1777. 
Giles Curtis. 15 Nov., 1777. 
Elias Mather, 15 Nov., 1778. 

INFANTRY. VII Connecticut Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Herman Swift, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Hezekiah Holdridge, 25 May, 1778. 

Major. 
Theodore Woodbridge, 10 Feb., 1778. 

Captains. 

Titus Watson, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Stephen Hall, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Aaron Stephens, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Ebenezer Hills, 1 Sept., 1777. 
Thomas Converse, 3 Nov., 1777. 
Ephraim Chamberlain, 15 Nov., 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Caleb Baldwin, 1 June, 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

John Holomback, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Charles Meil, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Samuel Barnum, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Tryal Tanner, 1 Sept., 1777. 
James Chapman, 25 Oct., 1777. 
Stephen Billings, 3 Nov.. 1777. 
Phineas Grover, 2 Dec., 1777. 
James Barnes, 15 Nov., 1778. Resigned 20 
June, 1779. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Augustine Taylor, 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Joseph Wilcox. 1 Sept., 1777. 
Israel Jones. 25 Oct., 1777. Resigned 19 

April, 1779. 
Thomas Starr, 2 Nov., 1777. Ensign 28 

April, 1777. 
Will. Starr, 3 Nov., 1777. Ensign 28 April, 

Philemon Hall. 10 March, 1778. Ensign 

28 April. 1777. 
Henry Duggett, 24 April, 1778. 

Ensigns. 

James Bennet, 1 Sept., 1777. 
Talmadge Hall, 25 Sept., 1777. 

INFANTRY. VIII Connecticut Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Giles Russel, 5 March, 1778. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Joseph Hait, 18 Sept., 1777. 

Major. 
David Smith, 13 March, 1778. 

Captains. 
Samuel Mattocks, 1 Jan., 1777. Resigned 

20 April. 1779. 

Paul Bringham, 1 Jan., 1777. _ 
Samuel Cumstock, 1 Jan., 1<<7. 



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Theophilus Manson, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Nehemiah Rice, 15 Nov., 1777. 
Samuel Sandford, 15 Dec., 1777. 






Capt. Lieutenant. 
Daniel Barns, 1 June, 1778. 



Lieutenants. 

Selah Benton, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Asakel Hodge, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Rich'd Sill. 15 Dec., 1777. 
Ephraim Kimberly, 14 Feb., 1778. 
David Judson, 10 March, 1778. 
Samuel Hotchkock, 19 March. 1778. 

signed 19 May, 1779. 
Nathan Jackson, 21 March, 1778. 
Aaron Benjamin, 7 May, 1778. 



Re- 



Pro- 



2nd Lieutenants. 
Salmon Hubbel, 10 March, 1778. 

moted Lieut. 19 May, 1779. 
John Strong, 10 March, 1778. 
Levi Hotchkiss, 21 March, 1778. 
John Hobarts, 21 March, 1778. 
Eli Curtis, 21 April, 1778. Resigned 14 

Dec., 1779. 

Will. Beaumont, 15 Dec., 1777. 
James Olmstead, 24 Dec., 1777. 
Johna Whitney, 31 Dec., 1777. 
Timothy Tuthlll, 16 June, 1778. Resigned 

11 May, 1779. 



INFANTRY. I New York Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Goose Van Schaick, 28 June, 1775. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Cornel Vandyck, 21 Nov., 1776. 



Lydiard. 



Majors. 

Resigned 26 March, 1779. 



John Graham, 26 March, 1779. 

Captains. 

John Wendell, 1 March, 1776. 
John Copp, 15 April, 1776. Resigned 14 

July, 1779. 

Andrew Pinch, 16 July, 1776. 
Benj. Hicks, 16 July, 1776. 
Nich. Van. Ranselair, 1 Sept. 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Charles Parsons. Promoted Capt. 26 
March, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 
Guy Young. Promoted Capt. Lieut. 26 

March, 1779. 

Banent S. Salisbury, 1 March, 1776. 
John C. Ten Brock, 1 March, 1776. 
Adiel Herwood, 1 March, 1776. 
Peter B. Tearse, 1 March, 1776. 
Nathan Henry, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Will. Scudder, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Abrah. Hardenbergh, 21 Nov., 1776. 

Ensigns. 
Ephraim Snow. Promoted Lieut. 26 March, 

1779. 

Earth. Van Valkenburg, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Christ. Muller, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Henry Van Woert, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Abr. Ten Eyck, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Jacob Hy. Wendell, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Jacob Illock, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Wilkelmur Rickman, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Benjamin Gilbert, 21 Nov., 1776. 



INFANTRY. II New York Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Philip Courtland, 21 Nov., 1776. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Pierre Regnier, 21 Nov., 1776. 

Major. 
Nicholas Fish, 21 Nov., 1776. 

Captains. 

Charles Graham, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Samuel I. Pell, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Jacob Wrieht, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Jonath. Hallet, 21 Nov. 1776. 
Abner French, 1 June, 1778. 
Isaac Van Wert, 15 Oct., 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Charles Mukirk, 21 Nov., 1776. 

Lieutenants. 

Elihu Marshall, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Christ. Codwise, 21 Nov., 1776. 
James Fairley, 21 Nov., 1776. 
John L. Hardenbergh, 21 June, 1777. 
Will. Munday, 10 Oct., 1777. 
Gilb. I. Livingston, 7 April, 1778. 
Charl. T. Weisenfels, 1 Sept., 1778. 
Ijirch Buckman, 1 Sept., 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Andrew White, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Will. Glenny, 21 June, 1777. 
Tunis Van Wagenen, 10 Oct., 1777. 

Ensigns. 

Robert Provost, 1 Sept., 1778. 
Bernard Swartswout, 1 Sept., 1778. 
John Brown, 1 Sept., 1778. 



INFANTRY. Ill New York Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Peter Gansevoort, 27 Nov., 1776. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Marinus Willet, 21 Nov.. 1776. 

Major. 
Robert Cockran, 21 Nov., 1776. 

Captains. 

Aaron Corson, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Thomas de Witt, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Cornelius J. Jansen, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Leonard Bleachen, 21 Nov., 1776. 
James Gregg, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Henry Tiebout, 21 Nov., 1776. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
George Sytez, 28 May, 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

Philip Conine, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Will. Japp, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Thomas McClelan, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Prentice Bowen, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Grant Staats, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Benj. Bogardus, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Will. Colbreath, 20 Nov., 1777. 

Ensigns. 
Christ. Hutton, 6 Nov., 1777. Promoted 

Lieutenant 6 Feb., 1779. 
Peter Magee, 21 Nov., 1776. 
John Spoor, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Josiah Bagley, 21 Nov., 1776. Promoted 

Lieutenant 31 March, 1780. 
Samuel Lewis, 21 Nov., 1776. 
George T. Deniston, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Jerem. Van Ranselair, 28 May, 1778. 



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LIST OF ARMY OFFICEKS, 1779-1780. 



Benj. Herring, 28 May, 1778. 
Garret G. Lansing, 6 Feb., 1779. 
John Burhance, 6 Feb., 1779. 



INFANTRY. IV New York Regiment. 
Colonel. 

Henry B. Levingston. Resigned 13 Jan. 
1779. 

Lieut, Colonel Commanding. 
Frederick Weisenfels, 13 Jan., 1779. 

Major. 
Joseph McCraken, 29 May, 1778. 

Captains. 

Samuel Sachett, 15 Nov., 1775. 
John Davis, 6 Feb., 1776. 
Benj. Walker, 26 Nov., 1776. 
Irael Smith, 26 Nov., 1776. 
Jonathan Titus, 26 Nov., 1776. 
Nath. Horton, 23 April, 1778. 
Theodosius Fowler, 23 April, 1178. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Edward Dunscomb, 23 April, 1778". 

Lieutenants. 

Silas Gray, 13 March, 1777. 
Peter Elsworth, 2 Sept., 1777. 
Peter Benstooten, 9 Nov., 1777. 
Thomas Hunt, 9 Nov., 1777. 
Abrah. Hyatt, 9 Nov., 1777. 
Rand. Van Hovenburgh, 9 Nov., 1777. 
Joseph Feylick, 9 Nov., 1777. 
James Barritt, 9 Nov., 1777. 

Ensigns. 

Daniel Denison, 9 Nov., 1777. 
Azariah Tuthell, 9 Nov., 1777. 
Samuel Talmage, 9 Nov., 1777. 
Ephraim Woodroffer, 9 Nov., 1777. 



INFANTRY. V New York Regiment. 

Colonel. 

Lewis Dubois, 21 Nov., 1776. 
22 Dec., 1779. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Jacob Bruyer, 21 Nov., 1776. 

Major. 
Samuel Logan, 21 Nov., 1776. 

Captains. 

Jacobus Rosekrans, 3 Ausr.. 1775. 
James Stewart, 20 Nov., 1776. 
Phil. Dubois Bevoir, 20 Nov., 1776. 
Henry Godevin. 20 Nov., 1776. 
John F. Hamtrank, 20 Nov., 1776. 
John Johnston, 20 Nov., 1776. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Henry Dubois, 1 Sept., 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

Henry Vandenburgh. 21 Nov., 1776. 
Henry Dodge, 21 Nov., 1770. 
Henry Pawling, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Mich. Connely, 21 Nov.. 1776. 
Samuel Dodge, 1 Oct., 1777. 
John Furman. 1 Sept., 1778. 
Samuel English. 1 Sept.. 1778. 
James Bettes, 1 Sept., 1778. 



Resigned 



2nd Lieutenants. 
Ebenezer Mott, 21 Nov., 1776 
Dan. Birdsall, 21 Nov., 1776. 

Ensigns. 

Henry Swartswout, 21 Nov., 1776. 
John McCloughry, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Henry J. Vandenburgh, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Abrah. Legget, 21 Nov., 1776. 
Francis Hanmer, 21 Nov., 1776. 
James Johnston, 25 June, 1777. 
Barthol. Vandenburgh, 1 May, 1778. 



INFANTRY. I New Jersey Regiment. Raised 
for one year, agreeable to a resolve 
of Congress of 9 October, 1775, which 
time being near expired, the Government 
of New Jersey, in consequence of a re- 
quisition of Congress, resolved to raise 
four regiments. 

The officers of the three first to be taken 
from the regiment then in being, and of 
the fourth from the Militia in actual 
service, only three of these regiments 
existed at the beginning of this year. 

Colonel. 
Matthias Ogden, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

David Brearly, 1 Jan., 1777. Resigned 4 
Aug., 17 < 9. 

Major. 
Daniel Piatt, 4 Jan., 1778. 

Captains. 

John Foreman, 23 Nov., 1776. 
Giles Meades, 29 Oct., 1777. 
Alex. Mitchell, 1 Nov., 1777. 
Peter Van Voorhees, 4 Jan., 1778. 
Thos. Buchanan. Resigned 15 Oct., 1779. 

Capt, Lieutenant. 
John Holmes. Promoted Capt. 4 Jan., 1770. 

Lieu tenants. 
Aaron Ogden. | Promoted Capt. 2 Feb., 

Jacob Piatt, 10 Jan., 1777. Promoted Capt. 

Lieut. 

Will. Piatt, 15 Jan.. 1777. 
Cyrus Dehart, 4 Oct., 1777. 
John Howell, 29 Oct.. 1777. 
Will. Barton, 1 Nov.. 1777. 
Absalom Martin. 2 Nov., 1777. 
Ephraim Whitlock, 23 Nov., 1777. 
Eden Burrowes, 4 Jan., 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Peter Lott. Promoted Lieut. 22 Jan., 1770. 
Jonath. Snowden, 13 April, 1778. Pro- 
moted Lieut. 26 Oct., 1770. 
Samuel Seely, 29 Oct., 1778. 
Silas Perrott. 29 Oct.. 1778. 
Absalom Bonham, 1 Nov., 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Aaron Rhea, 12 Sept., 1778. 
Asher Levi. 12 Sept., 1778. Resigned 14 

June. 1779. 

John Geary, 1 Feb.. 1770. 
John Bishop, 1 Feb., 1779. 



INFANTRY. II New Jersey Regiment. Raised 
agreeable to a resolve of Congress of 9 
October, 1775. 

Colonel. 
Israel Shreeve, 1 Jan., 1777. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



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Lieut. Colonel. 
Will. Dehart, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Majors. 
Rich'd Howell, 1 Jan., 1777. Resigned 7 

April, 1779. 
John Ross, 7 April, 1779. 

Captains. 

John Hollingshead, 30 Nov., 1776. Pro- 
moted Major to 3rd, 5 July. 1779. 
John Nob. Cumings, 30 Nov. ,1776. 
Samuel Readings, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Nath. Bowman, 11 April, 1777. 
Jonath. Phillips, 1 Dec., 1777. 
Will. Holmes, 1 Dec., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Samuel Hendry, 30 Nov., 1776. Promoted 
Capt. 5 July, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

Samuel Nagles, 30 Nov., 1776. 
Jonath. Holmes, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Abel Weyman, 1 Nov., 1777. 
Derrick Lane, 8 Nov., 1777. 
Luther Halsay, 9 Nov., 1777. 
John Peck, 10 Nov., 1777. 
Sam'l Conn, 12 Nov., 1777. 
Abrah. Stout, 1 Jan., 1778. 
Abrah. Appleton, 1 Jan., 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Nath. Jenkins, 1 Jan., 1778. 
John Shreeve, 11 July, 1777. 
Sam'l Shute, 11 Sept., 1777. 
Samuel Paul, 1 Dec., 1777. 
Jonath. Rhea, 1 April, 1778. 
Benj. Osmun, 12 Sept., 1778. 
George Walker, 12 Sept., 1778. 
Joseph Buck, 1 Feb., 1779. 



INFANTRY. Ill New Jersey Regiment. 
Raised agreeable to a resolve of Con- 
gress of 9th October, 1775. 

Colonel. 
Elias Dayton, 9 Feb., 1776. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Francis Barber, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Major. 

John Conway, 29 Oct., 1777. Promoted 
Lieut. Col. to 1st, 5th July, 1779. 

Captains. 

John Ross, 13 March, 1776. 
Will. Gilford, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Rich'd Cox, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Jerem. Ballard, 26 Oct.. 1777. 
Joseph J. Anderson, 26 Oct.. 1777. 
Bateman Loyd, 12 Nov., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Seth Johnson, 2 Dec., 1777. Promoted 
Capt. 7 April, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 
Jonathan Dayton; 1 Jan.. 1777. Promoted 

Capt. Lieut. 7 April, 1779. 
Nath. Learnard, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Edw'd D. Thomas, 11 Nov., 1777. 
Sam'l Sheppard, 12 Nov., 1777. 
Ephraim Darby, 12 Nov., 1777. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

John Blair. Promoted Lieut. 1 Nov., 1779. 
Benj. Horn. Promoted Lieut. 1 Nov., 1779. 
Joun Reed. Promoted Lieut. 1 Nov., 1779. 



John Rencastle, 1 Nov., 1777. Promoted 

Lieut. 7 April, 1779. 
Nath. Wilkinson, 1 Nov., 1777. 
Will. Kersey, 1 Nov., 1777. 
Jervis Bloomfleld, 1 Nov., 1777. 
Wessel T. Stout, 1 Nov., 1777. 

Ensigns. 

James Rogers, 1 Feb., 1779. 
James Decamp, 1 Feb., 1779. 
John Burhance. Resigned 8 Dec., 1779. 



INFANTRY. I Pennsylvania Regiment, 
formed of eight companies of a rifle 
regiment raised by the State in 1775, and 
taken into Continental service, July, 
1776, but retaining its rank from the 
time it was raised. 

Colonel. 
James Chambers, 28 Sept., 1776. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Thomas Robinson, 7 June, 1777. 

Major. 
James Moor, 20 Sept., 1777. 

Captains. 

James Hamilton, 10 March, 1776. 
Samuel Craig, 1 Oct.. 1776. 
Mich. Simpson, 1 Dec., 1776. 
James Willson, 6 Jan., 1777. 
Will. Willson, 2 March, 1777. 
Aaron Norcross, 14 Sept., 1777. Resigned 
12 May, 1779. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Thomas Buchanan, 1 Oct., 1777. Resigned 
15 May, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

David Zeigler, 16 Jan., 1777. Promoted 
Capt. 8 Dec., 1778. 

Benj. Lyon, 16 July, 1777. Promoted Capt. 
Lieut. 8 Dec., 1778. Resigned 18 May, 
1779. 

John McClallan, 11 Sept., 1777. Promoted 
Capt. Lieut, and Capt. 1 Oct., 1779. 

Thomas Boyd, 14 Jan., 1778. Killed. 

John Hughs, 20 March. 1778. Promoted 
Capt. Lieut. 1 Oct., 1779. 

James McFarland, 21 March, 1778. 

Will. McDowell, 22 March, 1778. 

Edwd. Crawford, 23 March. 1778 

Andrew Johnson, 24 March. 1778. Pro- 
moted Lieut. 12 May, 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

David Hammond, 14 Sept., 1777. Pro- 
moted Lieut. 12 May, 1779. 

Joseph Collier, 18 April, 1777. Promoted 
Lieut. 17 May, 1779. 

Benj. Chambers, 2 June, 1778. Promoted 
Lieut. 13 Sept., 1779. 

Henrv McCormick, 1 March, 1779. 

Sam/ Claypole, 2 March, 1779. 

Mich. Hoffman, 28 May, 1779. Promoted 
Lieut. 1 Oct., 1779. 

George Stevenson. 28 May. 1779. 

James Campbel, 28 May. 1779. 

Isaac Davis, 28 May, 1779. 



INFANTRY. II Pennsylvania Regiment, 
raised agreeable to a resolve of Congress 
of 12 October. 1775, and called the 1st 
till July, 1776. 

Colonel. 
Walter Stewart, 17 June, 1777. 






LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



Lieut. Colonel. 
John Murray, 10 Dec., 1778. 

Major. 
James Hamilton, 10 Dec., 1778. 

Captains. 

Jacob Ashmed, 6 Sept., 1776. Resigned. 
John Bankson, 25 Sept.. 1776. 
Sam. Talber, 2 Oct.. 1776. 
John Patterson. 1 Jan., 1777. 
Peter Gosner, 1 Jan., 1778. 
John Cobea, 11 March. 1779. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

John Irwin, 1 Jan., 1777. Promoted Capt. 
16 May, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 
John Stoy, 1 Jan., 1777. Promoted Capt. 

16 May, 1779. 

Henry Piercy, 12 March, 1777. 
James Whitehead, 12 March, 1777. 
James Morris Jones, 12 March, 1777. 
Will. Moor, 18 April, 1777. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Philip Waggoner. Promoted Lieut. 11 

March, 1779. Resigned 3 May. 1779. 
John Gregg. Promoted Lieut. 12 March, 

1779. Resigned. 
Thos. Norton. Promoted Lieut. 12 March, 

1779. Resigned. 
John Park, 1 Aug., 1777. Promoted Lieut. 

15 April, 1779. 

John Strieker, 1 Oct., 1777. Promoted 

Lieut. 1 May, 1779. 
Henry Purcell, 4 Oct., 1777. Promoted 

3 Sept., 1779. 

Ensigns. 
Jacobus de Hart, 2 June, 1778. Promoted 

16 May, 1779. 

Will. Murran, 19 May, 1779. 
John Tildon, 28 May, 1779. 
Autrim de Marcellin, 28 July, 1779. 
<5eorge le Roy, 28 July, 1779. 



INFANTRY. Ill Pennsylvania Regiment, 
raised agreeable to a resolve of Congress 
of 9 December, 1775, and called 2nd till 
July, 1776. 

Colonel. 

Thomas Craig, 1 Aug., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Will. Williams, 5 June, 1777. 

Major. 
Thomas L. Boyles, 8 June, 1777. 

Captains. 

Thomas L. Moore. 21 May, 1776. Pro- 
moted Major to 9th, 12 May, 1779. 

James Cristie, 9 Aug., 1776. 

Thomas Butler. 4 Oct., 1776. 

John Riely, 20 May, 1777. 

Isaac Bud Dunn. 1 June, 1777. 

Will. Creig, 4 July, 17^7. Resigned 1 
June, 1779. 

George McCally, 20 Oct., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

George Henderson. Promoted Capt. 12 
May, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

John Marshall, 10 June, 1777. Promoted 

Capt. 18 June, 1779. 
Dan'l St. Clair, 1 April, 1777. 



Robert King, 20 May, 1777. Left out of 
the arrangement 23 June, 1779. 

John Boyd, 20 May, 1777. Promoted 18 
June, 1779. 

Percival Butler, 1 Sept., 1777. 

Blackwell Will. Ball, 11 Sept., 1778. 

Andrew Engle, 20 Dec.. 1778. 

2nd Lieutenant. 

John Armstrong, 11 Dec., 1777. Promoted 
Lieut. 12 May, 1779. 

Ensigns. 
Rich'd Fullerton, 19 June, 1778. Promoted 

Lieut. 18 June. 1779. 
John Wigdon, 19 June, 1778. Promoted 

18 June, 1779. 
Peter Smith. 19 June, 1778. Promoted 18 

June, 1779. 

Thos. Huling, 19 June, 1778. 
Robert Hamilton, 23 May, 1779. 
Abrah. Kinney, 24 May, 1779. 
Peter Cunningham, 1 July, 1779. 
Henry Brower, 4 July, 1779. 



INFANTRY. IV Pennsylvania Regiment, 
raised agreeable to a resolve of Congress 
of 9 December, 1775, and reckoned the 
3rd till July, 1776. 

Colonel. 

Lambert Cadwallader. Resigned 22 Jan., 
1779. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

Will. Butler, 30 Sept., 1776. Lieut. Col. 
Com. 22 Jan., 1779. 

Major. 
Thomas Church, 11 March, 1779. 

Captains. 

George Tudor, 13 May, 1776. 
Adam Betting, 4 Oct., 1776. 
Will. Grey, 3 Jan., 1777. 
Benj. Fisbourne, 3 Jan., 1777. 
John McGowen, 3 Jan.. 1777. 
George Steddiford, 12 Oct., 1777. 
Will. Bicker, 15 May, 1778. 
Will. Henderson, 16 May, 1778. 
Benj. Bird. Resigned 11 May, 1779. 
Edward Scull. Resigned 11 May, 1779, 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

David Brown. Promoted Captain 11 May, 
1779. 

Lieutenants. 
Will. Sproat. Promoted Capt. Lieutenant 

11 May, 1779. 

Garret Steddiford. 12 Oct., 1777. 
Thomas Campble, 3 Jan.. 1778. 
George Blewer, 3 Jan., 1778. 
Arcurius Beatly, 2 June, 1778. 
Peter Summers, 2 June, 1778. 
Alexander Ramsey, 3 June, 1778. 
George Boss, 4 June, 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Edward Fitz Randolph. Resigned 10 May, 

1779. 
"Wilder Bevins. Promoted Lieutenant 11 

May, 1779. 
Matthew Petan. Promoted Lieutenant 11 

..lay, 1779. 

Ensigns. 

John Pratt. 1 July, 1779. 
Henry Henly, 2 July, 1779. 
Andrew Henderson. 4 July, 1779. 
Nathan Smith, 5 July, 1779. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



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INFANTRY. V Pennsylvania Regiment, 
raised agreeable to a resolve of Congress 
of 9 December, 1779, and reckoned the 
4th till July, 1776. 

Colonel. 
Francis Johnson, 27 Sept., 1776. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Francis Mentges, 9 Oct., 1778. 

Major. 
Christ. Steward, 28 Feb., 1777. 

Captains. 

Benj. Bartholmew, 2 Oct., 1776. 
John Christie, 23 Oct., 1776 
Sam. Smith, 1 March, 1777. 
Isaac Suly, 20 Sept., 1777. 
Thomas Boude. 23 Sept., 1777. 
Mich. Ryan, 23 Jan., 1778. Resigned 13 
June, 1779. 



Capt. Lieutenant. 
John Vernon, 23 Jan., 1778 
Captain 13 June. 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

John Barclay, 23 Oct.. 1776. 
Capt. Lieutenant 13 June, 1< 
Levi Griffith, 1 June, 1777. 
John Harper, 1 June, 1777. 
George North, 1 June, 1777. 
James McCulloch, 1 June, 1777. 
Andrew Lytle, 20 June, 1777. 



Promoted 



Promoted 

b. 






Ensigns. 
David Marshall, 5 Nov., 1778. Promoted 

Lieut. 13 June. 1779. 
Joun Bigham. Promoted Lieutenant 1 Feb., 

1779. 

Henry Hockley. Never joined. 
Benj. Marshall, 21 April. 1779. Promoted 

Lieutenant 13 June, 1779. 
James Gilchrist, 1 July, 1779. 



INFANTRY. VI Pennsylvania Regiment, 
raised agreeable to a resolve of Congress 
of 9 December, 1775, reckoned the 5th 
till July, 1776. 

Colonel. 
Robert McGaw, 3 Jan.. 1776. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Josiah Harmer. 6 June, 1777. 

Major. 
Jeremiah Talbot, 25 Sept., 1777. 

Captains. 

John Nice, 13 June 1776. 
John Doyle, 6 July, 1776. 
Walter Finney, 10 Aug., 1776. 
Robert Wilkie, 10 Oct., 1776. 
Jacob Humphrie, 15 Feb., 1777. 
Jacob Bower, 15 Feb.. 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Will. McElhalton. 1 Oct.. 1776. Trans- 
ferred to Invalids 1 July, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 
Isaac Van Horn, 15 Feb., 1777. Promoted 

Capt. 1 July, 1779. 
Edward Hovenden, 15 Feb.. 1777. 
James Gibbon, 15 Feb., 1777. 
James Glentworth, 15 Feb., 1777. 
Benj. Lodge. 11 Oct., 1777. 
Stewart Herbert, 9 Jan., 1778. 



2nd Lieutenants. 
Francis McPherson. Promoted Lieutenant 

15 Jan.. 1779. 
Thomas Doyle. Promoted Lieutenant 1 

March, 1779. 

Philip Gibbons. 17 Oct., 1777. 
John Markland, 19 Oct., 1777. Promoted 

Lieutenant 1 July, 1779. 
Edward Spear, 7 Feb., 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Thomas Dungan, 2 June, 1778. 
Sanky Dixon, 2 Aug., 1779. 
John Humphrey, 2 Aug., 1779. 



INFANTRY. VII Pennsylvania Regiment. 

Colonel. 

Will. Irwine, 9 Jan., 1776. Promoted 12 
May, 1779. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

Morgan Connor. Promoted Lieut. Colonel 
Commanding 12 May, 1779. 

Major. 
James Parr, 9 Oct., 1778. 

Captains. 

Will. Alexander, 1 June, 1776. 
Will. Bratton, 12 Jan., 1777. Resigned 17 

April, 1779. 

Alex. Parker, 20 March. 1777. 
John Alexander, 20 March, 1777. 
Samuel Montgomery. 20 March, 1777. 
Andrew Irwin, 25 Sept.. 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Will. Miller, 2 Feb., 1778. Promoted Cap- 
tain 17 April, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

Will. Lusk, 20 March, 1777. Promoted 
Capt. Lieutenant 17 April, 1779, and 
Captain 12 May, 1779. 

Samuel Kennedy, 20 March, 1777. Pro- 
moted Capt. Lieutenant 12 May, 1779. 

John Bush, 20 March, 1777. 

Sam. Bryson, 20 March, 1777. 

James McMichael, 20 June, 1777. 

Williams. Resigned 16 April, 1779. 

Robert McPherson, 1 Sept., 1777. Re- 
siened 16 April, 1779. 

Alex. Russel, 1 Sept., 1777. Resigned 16 
April, 1779. 

Joseph Torrence, 2 Feb., 1778. Resigned 
15 April, 1779. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Will. Blair, 20 Jan., 1777. Resigned. 
James Williamson, 19 March, 1777. 

signed 6 April, 1779. 
Robert Pebbles, 24 April, 1777. Promoted 

Lieutenant 16 April, 1779. 
James Millegan, 1 Sept., 1777. Promoted 

Lieutenant 16 April, 1779. 
John McCullom, 25 Sept., 1777. Promoted 

Lieutenant 16 April, 1779. 
John Hughes, 25 Sept., 1777. 

Ensign. 
John Raniston, 24 July, 1779. 



Re- 



INFANTRY. VIII Pennsylvania Regiment, 
raised in consequence of a resolve of 
Congress of 15 July, 1776, for the de- 
fence of the frontier, seven companies in 
Westmoreland County and one in Bed- 
ford County. Capt. Moorhead's inde- 
pendent company was joined to this reg- 
iment this year. 



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LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



Colonel. 
Dan. Bi' odn ead, 29 Sept., 1776. 

^ Lieut. Colonel. 
Stephen Bayi u ' d ' 23 Sept., 1777. 

,, Major. 
Frederick Vernon. T June. 1777. 



Van Sweringen, ir Aug., 177C. Re- 
signed 10 Aug., 1779. 
Samuel Dawson, 16 July, 1Y .6. Died 3 

James 'Fr. 'Moore, 24 Oct., 1776. Designed 

2 Aug., 1779. 

John Clark, 28 Feb.. 1777. 
James Carnaghan, 18 April, 1777. 
Joseph Finley, 20 Oct., 1777. 
John Finley, 22 Oct., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Samuel Brady. 17 July. 1776. Promoted 
Capt. 25 Sept., 1779 

Lieutenants. 

Brasll Prather. Resigned 31 March, 1779. 
John Crawford. 18 April, 1777. 
John Harding. 13 July, 1777. 
Gabriel Patterson, 26 July. 1776. 
John Stotsbury. 9 April, 1777. 
Benj. Neilley, 4 Oct.. 1777. 
Arch. Reed, 13 Dec., 1778 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Alex. Graham. Promoted 1 April, 1779. 

Resigned. 
John Ward. 

Ensigns. 

John Guthrie, 21 Dec., 1778. 
John Morrison, 21 Dec., 1778. 
Thomas Wyatt. 21 Dec.. 1778. 
Will. Copper, 19 April, 1779. 
Joshua Davidson, 19 April, 1779 



INFANTRY. IX Pennsylvania Regiment, 
raised agreeable to a resolve of Congress 
of 16 September, 1775. 

Colonel. 
Richard Butler, 7 June, 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Caleb North, 22 Oct.. 1777. 

Majors. 
Francis Nichols. 7 Feb., 1777. Resigned 

12 May, 1779. 
Thomas L. Moore, 12 May, 1779. 

Captains. 

Joseph McClelan, 15 July, 1776. 
Thomas B. Bowen, 2 Sept., 1776. 
John Davis, 15 Nov., 1776. 
George Grant, 3 May, 1777. Died 10 Oct., 

1779. 

John Pearson. 7 Sept.. 1777. 
Will McKey, 30 Oct., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Will. Vanlear, 27 Jan., 1779. Promoted 
Capt. 10 Oct.. 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

Stephen Stevenson, 16 March. 1778. Pro- 
moted Capt. Lieut. 10 Oct., 1779. 
John McKinnev, 18 March, 1778. 
Will. Thompson, 16 June, 1778. 



Ensigns. 
Ephra. Douglass. Promoted Lieut. 27 

Jan., 1779. 
Edward Butler. Promoted Lieut. 28 Jan., 

1779. 
George Knox. Promoted Lieut. 9 Feb., 

1779. 
Abner Dunn. 31 March, 1779. Promoted 

Lieut. 31 May, 1779. 
John Markland, 31 March, 1779. 

moted Lieut. 31 May, 1779. 
Llewellin Davids, 31 March. 1779. 

moted Lieut. 10 Oct., 1779. 
Robert Fortner, 31 March, 1779. 
James Ennis, 31 March, 1779. 



Pro- 
Pro- 



IXFANTRY. X Pennsylvania Regiment, 
raised agreeable to resolve of Congress 
of 16 September, 1776. 

Colonel. 
Richard Hampton, 1 Oct.. 1776. 

Lieut. Colonels. 

Adam Hut>ley. 4 Oct.. 1776. Promoted 
Lieut. Col. .Corn, of llth the 13 Feb., 1779. 
Samuel Hay, "2 Feb., 1778. 

Major. 
James Grier, 23 Oct., 1777. 

C<n> tains. 
George Calhoon, 13 .Nov., 1776. Died 21 

March, 1779. 

James Long, 4 Dec., 17~6. Resigned. 
Robert Sample, 4 Dec.. 1776. 
Harman Stout, 4 Dec., 17 7<i. 
Jacob Weaver, 13 Jan., 17 77. 
Jacob Stake, 12 Nov., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant 1 . 

John Steel. 27 May, 1778. Promoted Capt. 
21 March. 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

Ebenezar Carson, 18 April. 1777. Pro- 
moted Capt. 1 April, 1779. 

Robert Patton, 17 Oct.. 1777. Promoted 
Capt. Lieut. 1 April. 1779. 

Giles Hicks, 30 Oct., 1777. 

Will. Feltman, 2 Nov., 1777. 

Peter Drummond, 12 Nov., 1777. 

Enos Reaves, 31 March, 1778. 

Will McMurry. 2 June, 1778. Promoted 
Capt. 1 April, 1771). 

James Banks, 3 June, 1778. 

Ensigns. 
James McLean, 2 June, 1778. Promoted 

Lieut. 21 March. 1779. 
Nicholas White, 2 June, 1778. Promoted 

Lieut. 2 Aug., 1779. 
Robert Rice, 2 June, 1778. Broke. 
John Hambright. 2 June, 1778. Resigned. 
Robert Martin, 19 July, 1779. 
Michael Everly, 1 Oct., 1779. 



INFANTRY. XI Pennsylvania Regiment, 
formed the 13 January of this year by 
the junction of Col. Hartley's and Patten's 
regiments (except Capt. McClean's 
Company of the latter, annexed to the 
Delaware line), and some independent 
Companies raised in this State, but joined 
to Col. Malcolm's regiment, from which 
they were removed, and the 30 July 
Capt. Wilkins' independent Company 
was likewise joined to this regiment. 

Colonel. 
Hartley. Resigned 13 Jan., 1779. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



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Lieut. Colonel. 
Adam Ilubley, 13 Feb., 1779. 

Major. 
Evan Edwards, 10 Dec., 1778. 

Captains. 

George Bush, 13 Jan., 1777. 
j^aurance Keen, 13 Jan., 1777. 
James Forrester, 12 Nov., 1777. 
Andrew Walker, 23 Jan.. 1778. 
Abrah. Geor. Claypole, 10 June, 1778. 
Isaac Sweeny, 23 July, 1778. 
Henrv Carbury, 30 Nov., 1778. 

- Davis. Killed 23 April, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 
Jerem. Jackson. Promoted Capt. Lieut. 13 

April, 1779. 
Septimus Davis, 7 July, 1777. Promoted 

('apt. Lieut. 13 April, 1779. 
Edward Burk, 4 Oct.. 1777. 
Will. McCurdey, 12 Nov., 1777. 
John Mahon. 1 June, 1778. 
Will. Lemmon, 23 July, 1778. 
Benj. Street, 30 Nov., 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Samuel Morrison. Promoted Lieut. 13 Feb., 

1779. 
James Pettigrew. 

13 Feb., 1779. 

Will. Huston, 2 June, 1778. 
Jacob Wetzell, 2 April. 1779. 

Ensigns. 
Robert Allison. 1 Feb., 1778. 

- Thornburg, 2 Feb., 1778. 
Sam. Reed. 5 Aug., 1779. 
Henry Burley, 19 July, 1779. 



Promoted Lieutenant 



Companies of RANGERS authorized under 
resolve of Congress of 25 Feo., 1779. 

Captains. 

Joseph Erwin, 7 April, 1779. 
Thomas Camble, 7 April, 1779. 
Thomas Clullage. 

Is* Lieutenants. 
Alex. Parker. 7 April, 1779. 
George Calhoon. 8 June. 1779. 
John Jemison, 14 Aug., 1779. 
George Groom. 
Alex. Armstrong. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Thomas Glass, 8 June. 1779. 
M..SPS Danley. 26 June. 1779. 
H.-nry Armstrong, 14 Aug., 1779. 
Moses Donaldson. 

INFANTRY. Delaware Regiment, raised 
agreeable to a resolve of Congress of ! 
December, 1775. 

Colonel. 
David Hall, 4 Jan., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonels. 

Charles Pope. Resigned 13 Dec., 1779. 
Joseph Vaughan, 14 Dec., 1779. 

Major. 
John Patten, 14 Dec., 1779. 

Captains. 

Robert Kirkwood. 1 Dec., 1776. 
James Moore, 2 Dec., 1776. 
James Larmonth, 4 Jan., 1777. 



Peter Jaouet, 4 Jan., 1777. 
John Willson, 15 Oct.. 1777. 
John Corse, 26 Jan., 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

John Rhodes. Promoted Capt. Lieutenant 

1 March, 1779. 

Will. McKannon, 4 Jan., 1777. 
Dan. Powel Cox. 4 Jan., 1777. 
George Purvis, 15 Oct., 1777. 
Paul Quenoualt, 26 Jan., 1778. 
Henry Duff, 7 Sept., 1778. 
Caleb Brown, 7 Sept., 1778. 
John Hyat, 7 Sept., 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

James Campble. Promoted Lieutenant 1 

March, 1779. 
Laleb P. Bennet. 
Joseph Horseman, 14 Aug., 1778. 
Elijah Skillington, 7 Sept., 1778. 
Charles Kidd, 7 Sept., 1778. 
Edward Roche, 10 "Sept., 1778. 
Thomas Anderson, 10 Sept., 1778. 
Steph. McWilliam, 27 Aug., 1779. 



INFANTRY. I Maryland Regiment, raised 
by the State, and taken into Continental 
service 6 July, 1776. 

Colonel. 

John Hoskin Stone, 10 April, 1777. Re- 
signed 1 Aug., 1779. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

Uriah Stone, 17 April, 1777. Removed to 
7th, 1 Aug., 1779. 

Major. 
Levin Winder, 17 April, 1777. 

Captains. 

Alex. Roxburgh, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Henry Geither, 17 April, 1777. 
Edward Prawl, 10 June, 1777. 
Walker Muse, 10 June, 1777. 
John Jordan, 20 Dec., 1777. 
James Peal. 1 March, 1778. Resigned 2 
June, 1779. 

Capt. juieutenant. 

James Fernandes, 1 March, 1778. Resigned 
15 July, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

John Mitchel, 10 June, 1777. Promoted 
Captain 15 July, 1779. 

Will. Bruce, 10 June, 1777. Promoted Cap- 
tain 1 Aug., 1779. 

Charles Smith, 20 Feb., 1778. Promoted 
Capt. Lieutenant 1 Aug., 1779. 

Richard Waters, 27 May, 1778. 

John McPherson, 27 May, 1778. 

James Simms, 27 May, 1778. 

Arch. McCalister, 27 May, 1778. 

Christ. Richmond, 27 May, 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Bignal Hillery, 10 April, 17T7. Promoted 

1st Lieutenant 1 Aug., 1779. 
Will. Layman, 10 June. 1777. 
Elihu Hall. Promoted 1st Lieutenant 15 

Vachel' Burgess, 20 Feb., 1778. Resigned 
22 Aug., 1779. 

Ensigns. 
Sam. Hanson, 24 July, 1777. Promoted 1st 

Lieutenant 15 July, 1779. 
Edmond Compton. 27 May, 1779. 
Arthur Harris, 27 Aug., 1779. 
Edward Simms, 11 Sept., 1779. 



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LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



INFANTRY. II Maryland Regiment, formed 
of seven independent companies of 100 
men each, regimented and taken into Con- 
tinental service 6 July, 1776. 

Colon cL 
Thomas Price, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

Thomas Woolford, 17 April. 1777. Pro- 
moted Lieut. Col. Commandant to 5th, 22 
Oct., 1779. 

Major. 
John Steward, 17 April, 1777. 

Captains. 

Sam. Turbot Wright, 1 Jan., 1777. Re- 
signed 1 July, 1779. 
John Davidson. 1 Jan., 1777. 
Lilbern Williams. 17 April, 1777. 
Richard Grace. 17 April. 17 77. 
Robert Chesley. 10 June. 1777. 
John Gale, 10 Dec., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Ben. Price. 27 May, 1778. Promoted Capt. 
1 July, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 
John Gassaway, 17 April, 1777. Promoted 

Capt. Lieutenant 1 July, 1779. 
John Hardman, 17 April, 1777. 
Edward Duvall. 17 April. 1777. 
Edward Edgarly, 27 May. 1778. 
Edward Dyer, 27 May, 1778. 
James Erwine, 27 Ma*y. 1778. 
James Winchester. 27 May. 1778. 
John Road. 27 Mav. 1778. Resigned 11 

April, 1779. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Will. Woolford, 17 April. 1777. Promoted 

Lieutenant 11 April, 1779. 
Philip Hill, 17 April, 1777. 
Levasha de Vanbonne, 17 April, 1777. 
Thomas Rouse, 17 April, 1777. 
Hezek. Ford, 1 Sept., 1777. 
Zedekiah Moore, 27 May, 1779. 
Thomas Boyd, 27 Oct., 1779. 



INFANTRY. Ill Maryland Regiment. 

Colonel. 

Mordecai Gist, 20 Jan.. 1777. Promoted 
Brig. 9 Jan.. 1779. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Nathan Ramsey, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Major. 
Arch. Anderson, 10 June, 1777. 

Captains. 

Benj. Brooks. 1 Jan.. 1777. 
Joseph Marbury, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Jacob Brice, 1 Jan., 1777. 
John Smith, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Sam'l Jones, 6 Aug., 1777. 
Horatio Clagget, 10 Oct.. 1777. 
Will. Wilmot, 15 Oct., 1777. 

Capt. Lien I > mint. 
George Armstrong, 12 Oct., 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

Henry Lyles, 20 Feb., 1777. 
John Bailey. 20 Feb., 1777. Resigned 13 

Nov.. 1779. 
Francis Revelly, 15 April, 1777. 



Peter Clarke, 15 April, 1777. Resigned 13 

July, 1779. 
Nich. Manger, 15 Oct., 1777. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Sam'l Farmer. Promoted Lt. 12 April, 1779. 
Osburne Williams. Promoted Lt. 12 April, 

1779. 

Isaac Duval. Promoted Lt. 12 Anril, 1779. 
John James, 10 April, 1777. Promoted Lt. 

13 July, 1779. 
John Carr, 10 April, 1777. Promoted Lt. 

13 Nov., 1779. 
Nicholas Gassaway, 10 April, 1777. 

Ensigns. 

Thomas Rice, 27 May, 1778. 
Henry Baldwin. 27 May, 1778. 
John McGuire, 27 May, 1778. 



INFANTRY. IV Maryland Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Josias Carvill Hall, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Sam'l Smith, 20 Feb., 1777. Resigned 22 

May, 1779. 
Edward Tillard, 22 May, 1779. 

Major. 
John Dean. 11 March, 1778. 

Captains. 

Thomas Lansdale, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Jonath. Selman. 1 Jan., 1777. 
Edward Oldham. 20 May. 1777. 
Will. Reiley. 15 Oct., 1777. 
John Sprig Belt, 15 Dec., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Edw'd Spurrier. Promoted Capt. 21 May, 
1779. 

Lieutenants. 

James Smith. Promoted Capt. Lieut. 21 
May, 1779. Resigned 20 June, 1779. 

Thomas Cromwell, 20 May. 1777. Promoted 
Capt. 20 July, 1779. Resigned 15 Dec., 
1779. 

Adam Hoops, 15 Oct., 1777. Promoted 
Capt. 15 Oct., 1779. 

Stephen Shelmerdine. 19 Nov., 1777. Re- 
signed 15 Dec., 1779. 

Matth. Twining, 20 Nov., 1779. Resigned 

1 Jan.. 1779. 

John Hamilton, 1 Feb., 1778. 

John Colgate, 4 Aug., 1778. 

Parker Hall Lee, 16 Oct., 1778. 

Ens i an*. 
John Harshorn. 27 May, 1778. Promoted 

Lieut. 21 May, 177'.*. 
John Hamilton, 27 May, 1778. Promoted 

Lieut. 1 June. 1779. 
George Winchester. Promoted Lieut. 15 

Sept., 1779. 
Isaac Hamson, 8 Nov., 1779. Promoted 

Lieut. 15 Dec., 1779. 
Nathan Smith, 18 Nov., 1779. Promoted 

Lieut. 15 Dec., 1779. 



INFANTRY. V Maryland Regiment. 

Colonel. 

Will. Richardson, 1 Jan., 1777. Resigned 
22 Oct., 1779. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

John Eager Howard. 11 March, 1778. Re- 
moved to 2nd, 22 Oct., 1779. 






LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



21 



Major. 

John Eccleston, 10 Dec., 1777. 
Captains. 

John Lynch, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Levi Handy, 1 Jan., 1777. 
John Hawkins. 20 Feb.. 1777. 
John Woolford Grey. 26 Dec., 1*777. 
George Hamilton, 25 Jan., 1778. 
Perry Benson, 11 May, 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

Mark Benton. Promoted Capt. Lieut. 21 

May, 1779. Resigned 1 June, 1779. 
Rich'd Bird, 10 May, 1777. Promoted Capt. 

Lieut. 1 June, 1779, and Capt. 23 Oct., 

1779. 
Jonath. Gibson, 26 Jan., 1778. Promoted 

Capt. Lieut. 23 Oct., 1779. 
Thos. Bogdon Hugo, 26 Jan.. 1778. 
James Gould. 11 March, 1778. 

Coleman, 15 June, 1778. 

Philip Read, 13 Oct.. 1778. 
Benj. Garrel, 13 Oct., 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Will. Preem'n Stoddart. Promoted Lieut. 

21 May. 1779. 
Arthur Harris. Promoted Lieut. 20 Sept., 

1779. 
James Wanlids, 27 May, 1778. Promoted 

Lieut. 20 Sept., 1779. 



INFANTRY. VI Maryland Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Otho Hall Williams, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Benj. Ford, 17 April, 1777. 

Majors. 

Edward Tillard, 20 Feb., 1777. Promoted 

Lieut. Col. to 4th. 22 May, 1779. 
Henry Hardman, 22 May, 1779. 

Captains. 

Harry Dobson, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Will. Dent Beal, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Alex. Freeman, 1 Jan., 1777. 

John Ghiselin, 4 July, 1777. Kesigned 1 

June, 1779. 

John Smith, 9 Nov., 1777. 
Christ. Orendorff, 1 April, 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

James Somervil. Promoted Capt. 1 June, 
1779. 

Lieutenants. 

Nathan Williams, 1 April. 1777. Promoted 

('apt. Lieut. 1 June. 1779. 
John Jerem. Jacobs, 7 Oct., 1777. 
James Bruff, 7 Oct., 1777. 
Rich'd Donovan. 1 April. 1778. 
George Jacobs. 14 Sent.." 1778. 
Jacob Norris, 26 Nov., 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Charges Bevin. Promoted Lieut. 18 May, 
Edmond Moran. Promoted Lieut. 21 May, 

John Lynn. 26 May. 1779. Promoted Lieut. 

1 June.. 1779. 

Will. Murdoch, 11 Sept., 1779. 
Sam'l Hamilton, 27 May, 1779. 



INFANTRY. VII Maryland Regiment. 

ColOIK I. 

John Gunby, 17 April, 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

Peter Adams, 20 Feb., 1777. Promoted 
Lieut. Col. Command't to 1st, 1 Aug., 

1 4 Tt7. 

Major. 

Dan. Jenifer Adams, 10 April, 1777. Re- 
signed 8 June, 1779. 

Captains. 
Henry Hardman, 1 Jan., 1777. Promoted 

Major to 6th. 22 May, 1779. 
Adam Grosh, 1 Jan., 1777. Promoted to 

7th, 8 June, 1779. 
Jonath. Morris, 14 April, 1777. 
In's Courts Jones, 20 Sept., 1777. 
Rich'd Anderson, 15 Nov., 1777. 
Will. Beaty, 14 Sept., 1778. 

Lieutenants. 
David Lynn. Promoted Capt. Lieut. 18 

May and Capt. 22 May, 1779. 
Thomas Meason. Promoted Capt. Lieut. 22 

May and Capt. 8 June, 1779. 
Lloyd Beal. Promoted Lieut. 8 June, 1779. 
Will. Lamar, 15 Nov., 1777. 
Peter Hardcastle, 14 Sept., 1778. 
Edward Wright, 14 Sept., 1778. 
Gassaway Watkins, 14 Sept., 1778. 
Jas. John Skinner. 14 Sept., 1778. 
James Bracco, 14 Sept., 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Thomas Mason, 1 July, 1777. Promoted 

Lieut. 17 April, 1779. 
Charles Porter, 7 July, 1777. Promoted 

Lieut. 22 May. 1779. 
Will. Adams, 14 April, 1778. Promoted 

Lieut. 8 June. 1779. 

Ensigns. 
Patrick Donnely, 27 May, 1778. Promoted 

Lieut. 7 Oct., 1779. 
Robert Denny, 27 May, 1778. 
Edward Wright. Resigned 8 Oct., 1779. 



INFANTRY. I Virginia Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Richd. Parker, 10 Feb.. 1778. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Burgess Ball, 17 Dec., 1777. 

Major. 
Richd. C. Anderson, 10 Feb., 1778. 

Captains. 

Will. Lewis, 6 Aug., 1776. 
Charles Pelham. 11 Nov., 1776. 
Clayburn N. Lawson. 18 Oct.. 1777. 
Callohil L. Minnis, 18 Nov.. 1777. 
Tarlton Payne, 4 Feb., 1778. 
Curtis Kendall. 26 May, 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

James Cuthbertson. 7 Nov., 1776. Promoted 
Capt. 12 May, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

Holman Mines, 2 Jan., 1777. Promoted 

Capt. 25 June, 1779. 
Arch. Denholm. 9 Aug., 1777. Promoted 

Capt. Lieut. 25 June. 1779. 
Francis Minnis, 9 Aug., 1777. 



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LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



Philip Sansum, 15 Sept.. 1777. 
Joseph Scott, 4 Oct., 1777. 
Thomas Brown, 18 Oct., 1777. 
Samuel Hoggs. 18 Dec.. 1777. 
Marks Vanduvall. 4 Feb., 1778. 
Thomas Overton, 9 March, 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Matthew Clay, 16 March, 1777. 

Lieut. 25 June. 1779. 
Ballard Smith, 9 Aug., 1777. 

Lieut. 22 July. 1779. 
James Soldon, 15 Sept., 1777. 
Thomas Holt. 4 Oct.. 1777. 
John Steel, 26 May, 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Jacob Brown, 15 Sept.. 1779. 
Philip Coastney, 4 July, 1779. 



Promoted 
Promoted 



INFANTRY. II Virginia Regiment. 

Colonel. 

Christ. Fibiger, 26 Sept., 1777. 
Lieut. Colonel. 

Charles Simms, 12 July, 1777. Resigned 7 
Dec., 1779. 

Majors. 

Thomas Massey, 20 Feb., 1778. Resigned 

25 June, 1779. 
Charles Pelham, 25 June, 1779. 

Captains. 

John Willis, 15 June. 1776. 

Will. Taylor, 21 Nov., 1776. Promoted 

Major to 9th, 7 Dec., 1779. 
John P. Harrison, 4 May, 1777. 
Alex. Parker. 1 June, 1777. 
Benj. Talliaferro. 23 Sept.. 1777. 
John Stokes, 20 Feb., 1778. 

Copt. Lieutenant. 

Thomas Callet, 26 Nov., 1776. Promoted 
v.apt. 8 March, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

John Worsham. 13 Jan.. 1777. Promoted 
Capt. Lieut. 8 March. 1779. Died. 

Colin Cache. 2 Feb., 1777. Promoted Capt. 
9 Dec., 1779. 

Francis Coward. Promoted Capt. Lieut. 9 
Dec., 1779. 

Valentine Harndan, 13 June, 1777. 

Henry Moss, 11 July, 1777. 

Beverly Stubblefleld, 7 Aug., 1777. 

John Jordan, 3 Sept., 1777. 

Francis Parker, 13 Oct., 1777. 

James Maboon, 23 Dec., 1777. 



2nd Lieutenants. 



Promoted 
Promoted 



John Crawford, 4 May, 1777 

L.ieut. 
Will. Eskridge, 15 June, 1777 

Lieut. 

Will. Porter, 15 June, 1777. 
John Cannon, 9 Sept., 1778. Superseded 
Rodham Moxley, 9 Sept., 1778. 



Peter Field Archer. May 1778. 

John Coleman, 4 July. 1779. 

1'ayton Powel, 4 July, 1779. Returned to 

7th. 

George Blackmore. 4 July. 177f>. 
Will. Brodace. 25 Sept., 177'.*. 
George Washington. 



INFANTRY. Ill Virginia Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Will. Heath, 30 April, 1778. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Thomas Gaskins, 16 May, 1778. 

Major. 
James Lucas, 23 April, 1778. 

Captains. 

Robert Powhl, 26 Dec., 1776. Resigned. 
Will. Fowler, 1 April. 1777. Resigned. 
John Fr. Mercer, 27 June, 1777. Resigned. 
John Anderson, 12 Aug., 1777. 
John Blackwell, 15 Sept., 1777. 
Valentine Payton, 4 Oct., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Will. Bentley, 26 Dec., 1776. Promoted 
Capt. 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

1777 



Robert Beale, 11 Feb., 

Capt. 19 June, 1779. 
Leroy Edwards, 21 Feb., 1777. 

Capt. 19 June. 1779. 
John Fitzgerald. 1 April, 1777. 
John Hawkins. 11 Sept., 1777. 
Will. Moore, 28 Oct., 1777. 
Arthur Lynd, 8 Nov., 1777. 
loverly Roy, 28 Nov., 1777. 
Xath. Anderson, 21 Dec., 1777. 
Obadiah Smith, 12 Feb., 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Robert Levingston, 1 April, 1777. 
^__,^ -.,!,-_ n-i T-V_,. 



21 Dec., 



Promoted 
Promoted 



Resigned. 



Promoted 



Promoted 



David Miller, 

Lieut. 1779. 
Will. Stephens, 21 Dec., 1777. Promoted 

Lieut. 19 June, 1779. 
David Allen, 10 May, 1778. 

Lieut. 19 June, 1779. 
John Roney. 9 Sept., 1778. 
Lipscomb Norvill, 9 Sept., 1778. 

Ensiyns. 

Phil. Clayton, 4 July, 1779. 
James Delaplane, 4 July, 1779. 



INFANTRY. IV Virginia Regiment. 

Colonel. 
John Nevill. 11 Dec., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonels. 
Robert Ballard, 4 Oct., 1777. Resigned 4 

July, 1779. 
Samuel Jordan Cable, 15 Dec., 1778. 

Major. 
Will. Croghan, 16 May, 1778. 

Captains. 

George Wallis. 27 Sept., 1776. Resigned. 
John Stitch, 12 March, 1777. 
Jason Riddick, 10 June, 1777. 
Abrah. Kerkpatrick, 10 Aug., 1777. 
Isaac Israel, 23 Nov., 1777. Dismissed for 

non attendance. 
John Steed. 30 March, 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Leond. Cooper, 10 May, 1777. Promoted 
Capt., 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

James Curry, 24 Sept., 1777. Promoted 
Capt. 23 Sept., 1779. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



23 



Promoted 
Promoted 
Promoted 
10 Aug., 
Promoted 



Will. Lovely, 25 Sept., 1777. 

\~apt. Lieut. 23 Sept., 1779. 
Edwd. Allen, 4 Oct., 1777. 
John Willson, 1 April, 1778. 
James Morton, 1 April, 1778. 
Robt. Brackenridge, 4 April, 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Peter Higgins, 4 Oct., 1777. 

Lieut. 
Philip Hoffman, 2 Nov., 1777. 

Lieut. 9 March, 1779. 
Benj. Lawson, 3 March, 1778. 

Lieut. 
Philip Easton. Promoted Lieut. 

1779. 
Thos. Miller, 4 April, 1778. 

Lieut. 23 Sept., 1779. 
Will. Dennis Kelly, 9 Sept., 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Martin Carney, 9 Sept., 1778. 
Javan Miller, 4 July, 1779. 
Robert Keys, 4 July, 1779. 
Will. Scott, 4 July, 1779. 

INFANTRY. V Virginia Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Will. Russell, 19 Dec.. 1776. 



Lieut. Colonel. 

Holt Richardson, 18 Oct., 1777. Resigned 
10 May, 1779. 

Major. 

John Webb. 26 Jan.. 1778. Promoted Lieut. 
Col. to 5th, 4 July, 1779. 

Captains. 
Thomas Hill. 13 Nov., 1776. Promoted Maj. 

to 5th, 4 July. 1779. 
Will. Mosely. 13 Dec., 1776. 
Henry Young, 20 Dec., 1776. 
James Bay top, 11 Dec., 1777. Resigned. 
Adam Wallace, 29 June, 1778. 
Thomas Buckner, 3 Oct., 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Mayo Carrington. 3 Oct., 1778. Promoted 
Capt. 12 May, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 
Will White. 28 September, 1777. Promoted 

Capt. 4 July, 1779. 
Henry Warring, 10 Oct., 1777. Resigned 

29 Aug.. 1779. 
Tarpley White. Promoted Capt. Lieut. 29 

Aug.. 1779. 
John Lapsley, 3 April, 1778. Resigned 7 

May, 1779. 

Rich'd Coleman, 20 May. 1778. 
John Nelson. 20 May, 1777. 
Thomas Quirk. 
Isaac Webb, 30 Oct., 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Rich'd Stark. 1 Feb., 1777. Promoted Lieut. 

7 May. 1779. 
Robert Jowel, 28 Sept., 1777. Promoted 

Lieut. 12 Mav, 1779. 
John White. 30 April, 1778. Promoted 

Lieut. 4 July, 1779. 
Henry Vowels, 9 Sept., 1778. Resigned 10 

May, 1779. 
Matth. Ray. 9 Sept., 1778. Promoted Lieut. 

4 Julv, 1779. 
Benj. Mosely, 10 Sept., 1778. Promoted 29 

Aug., 1779. 

Ensign. 
Isaac Jefferies. 25 May, 1779. 



Promoted INFANTRY. VI Virginia Regiment. 

Colonel. 
John Greene, 26 Jan.. 1778. 



Lieut. Colonel. 
Sam'l Hewes, 1 March, 1777. 

Major. 
Thomas Ridley, 1 March, 1777. 

Captains. 

John Gillison, 17 Feb., 1777. 
Richd. Stevens. 18 Feb., 1777. 
Pugh Woodson, 2 Sent., 1777. 
Clough Skelton, 13 Jan., 1778. 
Nath. Lamme, 18 Sept., 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

James Williams, 1 March, 1777. Promoted 
Capt. 10 Sept., 1778. 

Lieutenants. 
Thomas Hord, 1 March, 1777. Promoted 

Capt. Lieut. 10 Sept., 1778. 
Thomas Barbee, 22 Sept., 1778. 
Thomas Fox, 30 Oct., 1777. 
Joseph Blackwell, 30 Nov., 1777. 
James Hamilton. 13 Jan., 1778. 
Will. Evins, 10 Sept.. 1778. 
Sam'l Basherville, '14 Sept.. 1778. 
Thomas Pearson, 14 Sept., 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

John Hacklev, 10 July, 1777. Promoted 

i^ieut. 14 Sept., 1779. 
Nicholas Talliaferro, 20 Oct.. 1777. 
John Robinson, 9 Sept., 1778. 
Charles Jones. 9 Sept., 1778. 
Will. Smith, 9 Sept., 1778. 



INFANTRY. VII Virginia Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Dan. Morgan, 12 Nov., 1776. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
John Cropper, 26 Oct., 1777. 

Major. 
Thomas Pasey, 30 April, 1778. 

Captains. 
Gabriel Long, 23 July, 1776. Resigned 13 

May. 1779. 

Peter Bruin, 13 Dec.. 1776. 
Charles Porterfleld, 3 Feb. ,1777. 

2 July 1779. 

Will. Johnson. 19 Feb.. 1777. 
John Marshall, 1 July, 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Philip Slaughter, 1 Nov., 1778. 
Capt. 13 May, 1779. 



Resigned 



Lieutenants. 
Josiah Marks, 15 March, 1777. 

Capt. 13 Mav. 1779. 
James Wright,' "25 March, 1777. 

Capt. 2 July. 1779. 
Robert Porterfield, 1 June.. 1777. 

Capt. Lieut. 2 July. 1779. 
Thomas Ransdell. 1 July. 1777. 
John Towns, 1 July, 1777. 
Timothy Feeby, 6 Nov., 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Benj. Ashbey. 1 June, 1777. 
Lieut. 13 March, 1779. 



Promoted 

Promoted 
Promoted 
Promoted 



Promoted 



24 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



John Hughs. Promoted Lieut. 25 April, 

1779. 
Reuben Long. 1 June, 1777. Promoted Capt. 

10 May. 1779. 
John Barns, 7 Nov., 1778. Promoted Lieut. 

13 May, 1779. 



Ensigns. 
David Williams, 1 July, 177' 

Lieut. 2 July. 1779. 
Robert Rankins, 4 July, 1777. 
Samuel Phillips, 4 July, 1777. 
Spencer Morgan, 4 July, 1777. 
Jonn Lee. 4 July, 1777. 
Payton Powel, 4 July, 1779. 



Promoted 



INFANTBT. VIII Virginia Regiment. 

Colonel. * 

James Wood. 12 Nov.. 1776. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Jonath. Clark, 10 May, 1779. 

Major. 
Andrew Waggoner, 15 Dec., 1778. 

Captains. 

William Voss. 9 Feb.. 1777. 
Andr. Wallace, 13 March, 1777. 
Thomas Boyer. 5 April, 1777. 
Benj. Casey, 1 Sept., 1777. Resigned. 
Robert Gamble. 7 March. 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Prasley Neville, 9 Nov., 1776. Promoted 
Capt. 10 May, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 
Abraham Kite, 12 Feb., 1777. Promoted 



1 March, 1777. Pro- 



Capt. 14 April, 17" 
Joseph Swaringer, : 

moted Capt. Lieut. 14 April. 1779. 
Conway Oldham, 20 April. 1777. 
Sigismond Stribling, 19 May, 1777. 
Hezekiah Morton, 30 Aug.. 1777. 
Robert White, 1 Sept., 1777. 
David Williams. 7 March. 1778. 
John McDowel, 7 Sept., 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Will. Foster. 20 Mav. 1777. Promoted 

Lieut. 14 April, 1779. 
Will. Porter, 30 Aug., 1777. Promoted 

Lieut. 14 April, 1779. 
Albert Russel. Promoted Lieut. 15 Dec., 

1779. 

Ensigns. 

John Bowen, 10 Sept.. 1777. 
Henry Bowyer. 15 Nov.. 1777. 
Will. Bayles. 9 Sept.. 1778. 
Jos. Kite, 10 Sept.. 1778. 
Thos. Wallace, 2 June, 1779. 
Edwd. Williams, 4 July, 1779. 

30 Dec., 1779. 

Joseph Vanme'tre, 4 July, 1779. 
Will. Spencer, 25 Sept.. 1779. 
Lovet Harrison, 25 Sept., 1779. 



Resigned 



IXFAXTRY. IX Virginia Regiment. 

Colonel. 
John Gibson, 25 Oct., 1777. 

Lirut. Colonel. 
Richard Campbell, 20 Feb.. 1778. 

Major. 

Richd. Taylor. 4 Feb.. 1778. Promoted 
Lieut. Col. to 2nd, 7 Dec., 1779. 



Captains. 

Robert Bell, 15 Dec.. 177G. 
Benj. Harrison. 16 Dec., 1776. 
Thos. Moore. 23 Jan.. 1778. 
Simon Morgan, 15 March. 1778. 
Robert Vance, 19 Aug., 1778. 
Uriah Springer, 25 Aug.. 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Benj. Beggs, 7 Nov.. 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

George Berry, 16 Dec.. 1776. 
Arthur Gorden. 19 Dec., 1776. 
Lewis Thomas. 19 Dec.. 1776. 
John Harrison, 1 Oct., 1778. 
Andrew Lewis. 2 Oct.. 1778. 
Laurence Harrison, 3 Oct.. 1777. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Ephraim Ralph. Promoted Lieut. 5 April, 

1779. 
John Dent. Promoted Lieut. 6 April, 1779. 

Ensigns. 

Jacob Springer, 31 Oct.. 1778. 
Henry Dawson, 31 Oct.. 1778 
John Beck, 31 Oct.. 1778. 
Jacob Coleman, 5 April. 1779. 
Will. Conner, 6 April, 1779. 
Joseph Wenlock, 6 April. 1779. 
John Mills, 6 April, 1779. 
Josiah Tannehill, 6 April, 1779. 



IXFAXTRY. X Virginia Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Will. Davis, 20 March, 1778. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Samuel Hopkins, 19 June, 1778. 

Major. 
Will. Lewis. 12 May, 1779. 

Captains. 

Nathan Reed, 28 Jan., 1777. 
Drury Oliver, 10 March, 1777. 

7 May, 1770. 

John Marks. 15 March. 1777. 
John Winstone. 17 March. 1777. 
Peter Jones, 10 April, 1777. 
John Overton, 4 Oct., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Thomas Holt. 10 March, 1777 
Capt. 12 March, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

Nathan Terry. Promoted Capt. 

March. 1779. 

Will. Epps. 30 Aug.. 1777. 
George Holland.. 4 Oct.. 1777. 
Abrah. Maury. 8 Oct.. 1777. 
John R. Johnston. 1 Feb.. 1778. 
David Walker. 2 March. 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Alex. Ewing. Promoted Lieut. 

1779. 
Richd. Worsham, 13 Nov., 1777. 

Lieut, ll' March., 1779. 
David Merewerher, 8 Dec., 1777. 

Lieut. 7 May. 377!>. 
Will. Pointer, 8 Dec., 1777. 
Joseph Con way, 22 Dec.. 1777. 
Thomas Burfoot, 9 Sept.. 1778. 

Etwtgnt. 

Simpson Foster. 4 July. 177ft. 
Elisha King. 4 July. 1779. 



Resigned 



Promoted 



Lieut. 12 



14 Feb., 
Promoted 
Promoted 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



25 



INFANTRY. XI Virginia Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Abrah. Buford, 16 May, 1778. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Gustav. B. Wallace, 20 March, 1778. 

Major. 
David Stephenson, 4 May, 1778. 

Captains. 

John Gregory, 23 Feb., 1777. 
James Grey, 16 March, 1777. 
Thomas Edmonds. 
Thomas Willis, 21 July, 1777. 
Sam. Booker, 1 Aug., 1777. 
David Mason, 20 April, 1778. Resigned 14 
May, '779. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Laurence Butler, 18 March, 1777. Promoted 
Capt. 14 May, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 
Robert Maibries, 19 March. 1777. Promoted 

Capt. Lieut. 14 May. 1779. 
Thomas Lewis, 20 March, 1777. 
Richd. Muse, 20 March, 1777. Resigned 14 

May, 1779. 

Will. Smith, 20 March. 1777. 
Philip Mallary, 1 April, 1778. 
Samuel Jones. 1 April, 1778. 
James Craine. 1 April. 1778. 
Binns Jones, 1 April, 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
John Chrittendon, 21 July, 1777. 

Lieut. 14 May, 1779. 
John Eppes Scott, 21 July, 1777. 

Lieut. 14 May. 1779. 
Charles Stewart. 24 July. 1777. 
Thos. Davis, 1 Aug., 1777. 
James Holt, 1 April, 1778. 
Luke Cannon, 1 April, 1778. 
Albridgston Jones, 9 Sept., 1778. 

Ensign. 
Robert Craddock, 25 Sept., 1779. 



Promoted 
Promoted 



INFANTRY. I North Carolina Regiment, 
raised by me State, and taken into Con- 
tinental service 28 Nov., 1775. 

Colonel. 
Thomas Clark, 5 Feb., 1777. 



Lieut. Colonel. 
Robert Mebane, 26 Nov., 1776. 



Lieut. Colonel 
9 June, 1779. 



Command't 



Promoted 
to 3rd Reg., 



Major. 
John Baptist Ash, 26 Jan., 1777. 

Captains, 

Jno. Griffith McRee. 16 April. 1776. 
Joseph Bowman. 18 Sept., 1776. 
Tilman Dixon, 5 Feb.. 1777. 
Howel Tatum, 3 April, 1777. 
James Read. 8 July. 1777. 
John Summers. 10 July, 1778. 
John Gambler Scull, 26 April, 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
James Verner, 8 May, 1777. 

Lieutenants. 
James King, 3 April. 17 



Thomas Callender, 8 July, 1777. 

Will. Walton, 15 Aug., 1777. 

James Craven, 29 Aug., 1777. Broke 20 

Nov., 1779. 

Peter Bacot, 4 Oct., 1777. 
George Cook, 10 July, 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Dixon Marshall, 26 April, 1777. 
Will. Slade, 26 April, 1777. 
Dan. Sxiaw. 11 April. 1777. 
Uiclfd Dickenson, 12 April, 1777. 

20 Nov., 1779. 

Thomas Pasteur, 29 Dec.. 1777. 
Robert Hays. 1 Jan., 1778. 
David Right. 15 Feb.. 1778. 
Will. Hargrave, 16 Feb., 1778. 



Broke 



INFANTRY. II North Carolina Regiment, 
raised by the State, and taken into Con- 
tinental service 28 Nov., 1775. 

Colonel. 
John Patten, 22 Nov., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Selby Harney, 22 Nov., 1777. 

Major. 
Hardy Murphrie, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Captains. 

Benj. Williams. 19 July, 1776. 
Clement Hall, 19 April, 1777. 
Benj. Coleman, 30 April, 1777. 
Robert Fenner, 20 May, 1777. 
John Ingles, 24 Oct., 1777. 
Thomas Armstrong, 25 Oct., 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
John Craddock, 21 Dec., 1777f 

Lieutenants. 

Nicholas Steward, 30 April, 1777. 
Thomas Evans, 15 May. 1777. 
John Davis. 4 Oct., 1777. 
Jesse Reed. 25 Oct., 1777. 
Saml. Budd, 11 Nov., 1777. 
James Campen, 21 Dec.. 1777. 
Anth. Cotgrave. 26 March. 1778. 
Charles Gerrard, 1 June, 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Will. Terrill, 8 Sept., 1777. 
Rich'd Andrews, 1 Nov., 1777. 
Thomas Finney, 12 Nov.. 1777. 
Nath. Lawrence, 4 Sept.. 1778. 
Rich'd Masson. 4 Sept., 1778. 
Stephen Slade, 5 Sept., 1778. 



INFANTRY. Ill North Carolina Regiment, 
raised agreeable to a resolve of Congress 
of 16 Jan., 1776. 

Colonel. 

James Hogun, 26 Nov., 1776. Promoted 
Brig. 9 Jan.. 1779. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

Will. Lee Davidson, 4 Oct.. 1777. Removed 
to 1st Regt. 9 June, 1779. 

Majors. 

Thomas Hogg, 19 Oct.. 1777. 
Captains. 

Francis Child. 26 Jan., 1777. 
Reading Blount. 16 April, 1776. 



, . 

Robert Nicholson, 19 April, 1777. Resigned. John Baker, 6 July, 1< * < 



26 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



Michael Ouinn, 1 Aug., 1777. 
Keder Ballard, 4 Oct., 1777. 
George Boadley, 19 Sept., 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Josepn Montfoot. Promoted Capt. 9 Jan., 

1779. 

Lieutenants. 
Edward Yarborough. Promoted Capt. Lieut. 

9 Jan., 1779. 

James Campbell, 19 April, 1777. 
James Powers. 20 April, 1777. 
Will. Turbee, 6 July, 1777. 
Will. Fawn, 4 Oct., 1777. 
John McNas, 20 Nov.. 1777. 
Anth. Hart. 22 Nov.. 1777. 
John Clandenin. 23 Dec.. 1777. 
Thos. Allen. 17 March. 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Reubin Wilkinson, 1 May, 1777. 
Robert Connill, 20 Aug., 1777. 
Francis Graves, 26 Oct., 1777. 
Curtis Ivory, 19 Dec., 1777. 
James Tetum, 1 Jan.. 1778. 
James Verrier, 17 March. 1778. 
James Wallis. 30 Nov.. 1778. 
John Ford. 30 Nov. 1778. 



INFANTRY. I South Carolina Regiment, 
raised by the State, and taken into Con- 
tinental service 4 Dec., 1775. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Levaliet de St. Marie. Promoted Capt. 9 
Oct., 1779. 

Lieutenant. 
Will. Jackson. Promoted Capt. 9 Oct., 1779. 



INFANTRY. A Regiment first raised in 
Canada, in consequence of a resolve of 
Congress, of 8 January, 1776-, and for 
some time called 1st Canada Regiment. 

Colonel. 
James Levingston. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Rich'd Levingston. 

Major. 
George C. Nicholson. 

Captains. 

Abran. Levingston. 
Robert Wright. 
Peter Van Ranselear. 
l.rk Hanson. 
John Robickhearse. 
John Bap. Allen. Broke. 
Augustin Loiseau. Broke Jan.. 1779. 

Lieutenants. 
Anthony Welp. 
Francis Monte. 
Peter F. Vosburgh. 
Will. Wallace. 
Isaac Nichols. 



Peter Rutan. 



2nd Lieutenant. 



Ensigns. 



Will. Belknap. 
John Gates. 
Ezekiel Cooke. 

Chaplain. 
Louis Lotbiniere, 26 Jan., 1775. 



INFANTRY. A regiment intended to be 
raised in Canada, agreeable to a resolve 
of Congress, of 20 January, 1776, and for 
some time called the 2nd Canada Regi- 
ment ; another resolve 24 September, 
1776. directed it should be recruited in 
the United States. 

Colonel. 
Moses Hazen, 22 Jan. 1776. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Edw'd Antil, 22 Jan.. 1776. 

Majors. 
John Torrey. 
Tarlton Woodson. 

James R. Reid. Appointed Capt. 8 April, 
1777. 

Captains. 
Will. Satterlee. 

Matth. McConnell, 8 April. 1777. 
Will. Popham, 8 April, 1777. 
James Heron, 8 April, 1777. 
Robert Burns, 8 April, 1777. 
Laur. Olivia. 
Philip Liebart. 
John Carlisle, 8 April, 1777. 
Moses White. 



Appointed 1st Lieut. 8 



Will. Monson. 
Mich. Gilbert. 

April, 1777. 
Uicn'd Loyde. 
luol. Pry. Appointed 1st Lieut. 8 April, 

1777. 

Appointed 1st Lieut. 8 



Reuben Taylor. 

April, 1777. 
James Duncan. 

April. 1777. 
John Hughes. 

April, 1777. 
Anthony Pauland. 
Clement Goslain. 



Appointed 1st Lieut. 8 
Appointed 1st Lieut. 8 



Lieutenants. 
Thomas Bell. 
Palmer Cadey. 
Joseph Lewis. 
Murdoch McPherson. 
James Anderson. Appointed Ensign 8 

April. 1777. 
uermaine Dionne. 
Mich. Montgomery. 



Ensigns. 



Noah Lee. 

Alex. Feriole. 
Laur. Marming. 
Benj. Moers. 
Francis Gilmand. 
Samuel Sanford. 
Lewis Goslain. 
Pierre Boileau. 
Andrew Lee. 
David Fellows. 
Foelix Victor. 



INFANTRY. German Battalion raised agree- 
able to a resolve of Congress of 25 May, 
1776. Four companies in Pennsylvania, 
and four in Maryland, to which was 
added a ninth company, by a resolve of 
9 July, 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Ludwick Weltener. 

Major. 

Dan'l Burchart, 9 April, 1777. Resigned 
2 July, 1779. 

Captains. 

Jacob Bunner. 8 .July. 1776. 
icter Boyer, 9 May. 1777. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



27 



Charles Baltzel. 
Will. Rice, 4 Jan., 1778. 
Bernard Hubley 24 Feb., 1778. 
Christian Myers, 12 March, 1778. 
Michael Bayer, 25 May, 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Philip Schrauder, 8 Feb., 1778. 

Lieutenants. 

John Weidman. 14 May. 1777. 
Martin Sugart, 15 Nov., 1777. 
Jacob Gremeth, 4 Jan., 1778. 
Jacob Cramer. 24 Feb., 1778. 
Godfrey Swartz 1 March, 1778. 
Marcus Young, 12 March, 1778. 
David Morgan, 8 April, 1778. 

Ensigns. 
John Weidman. 14 May, 17' 

Lieut. 8 Feb., 1779. 
Henry Shrupp. Resigned 3 July, 1779. 
David Desenderfer, 24 July, 17 8. 
Henry Speck, 24 July, 1778. 
Jacob Raboldt, 24 July, 1778. 
Christoph. Glickner, 24 July, 1778. 
Will. Prux, 24 July, 1778. 
Henry Hehn, 24 July, 1779. 



Promoted 



INFANTRY. An Independent Corps of 150 
men, raised agreeable to a resolve of Con- 
gress of 5 December. 

Captains. 

John Paul Schott. 
Anthony Selim, 1776. 



Lawrence 
Baron 



1st Lieutenants. 

, April 1777. 

-, April, 1777. 



INFANTRY. A regiment raised agreeable 
to a resolve of Congress of 5 July, 1776. 

Colonel. 
Seth Warner, 5 July, 1776. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Samuel Safford, 5 July, 1776. 

Captains. 

Simeon Smith, 1 Jan.. 1776. 
Gideon Brownson, 5 July, 1776. Promoted 

Maj. 16 July, 1779. 
Weight Hopkins, 5 July, 1776. 
Giles Woolcott, 3 Jan., 1777. 
John Chipman, 1 Aug., 1777. 
Will. Moulton, 1 March. 1778. 
Thomas Sill, 4 Nov., 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

David Baits, 13 Feb., 1777. Promoted 
Capt. 16 July, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 

Mich. Dunning, 1 October. 1776. Pro- 
moted ' Capt. Lieut. 16 July, 1779. 

James Coon, 16 Sept.. 1776. 

Joseph Safford, 16 Sept., 1776. 

John Chapman, 16 Sept., 1776. 

David Vallance. 27 Oct., 1776. Resigned 
12 May. 1779. 

Benj. Hopkins, 2 Mav, 1778. 

George Sexton, 28 Sept., 1778. 

P.enj. Butterfield. 28 Sept.. 1778. 

Samuel Beach, 14 Sept., 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Francis Payne. Promoted Lieut. 2 May, 

17?tf. 
Thomas Lyon, 27 Oct., 1776. 



Walter Sevitts, 15 Nov., 1776. 
Will. Moulton, 16 Sept., 1776. 

Ensigns. 
Jacob Safford, 18 Aug., 1778. Resigned 

18 Dec., 1779. 
Alex. Bush, 18 Aug., 1778. Resigned 12 

May, 1779. 

Thomas Talman, 14 Aug., 1778. 
Bonane Grand, 14 Aug., 1778. 
Will. Lignthall, 14 Aug., 1778. 
Oliver Barrett, 14 Aug., 1778. 
Alex. McLowry, 2 May, 1779. 
Martin Eno, 7 Aug.. 1779. 
Reuben Church, 7 Aug., 1779. 
Ebenezer Stevens, 7 Aug., 1779. 



INFANTRY. A regiment formed in April, 
this year, by the junction of three of the 
additional regiments raised 27 Decem- 
ber, 1776, viz : Henly's, Lee's and Jack- 
son's. 

Colonel. 
Henry Jackson, Jan., 1777. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
David Cobb, Jan., 1777. 



Samuel 



Peter 



Major. 
-. May, 1778. 

Captains. 



Promoted 



Will. Scott. 1 Jan., 1777. 
James Jones, 1 Feb., 1777. 
Will. North, 10 May, 1777. 
John Hastings, 20 May, 1777. 
Joseph Fox, 23 June, 1777. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Thomas Hunt, 1 Feb., 1777. 
Capt. 24 April, 1779. 

Lieutenants. 
Thomas Turner. Promoted Capt. 24 April, 

1779. 
John Hobby, 1 Feb., 1777. Promoted 

Capt. Lieut. 24 April, 1779. 
Thomas Lamb, 1 Feb.. 1777. 
Thomas Edwards, 31 May. 1777. 
Patrick Phelan. 20 June, 1777. 
Sam. Rogers, 26 June, 1777. 
Samuel Cogg, 1 July, 1777. 
John Nesmith, 16 July, 1777. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

( Carles Sheldon. Promoted Lieut. 5 
March, 1779. 

Jonn Hollis Condy, 1 Feb.. 1777. Pro- 
moted Lieut. 24 April, 1779. 

Peter Castaing. Promoted Lieut. 24 April, 
j.779. 

Jeremiah Hill, 23 June. 1777. 

John Barker, 1 July, 1777. 

Ephraim Hunt, 1 May, 1778. 

Ensigns. 

Nath. Thacher. 1 Feb., 1777. 
James Sewell, 25 May, 1777. 
Sam'l Phelan, 1 July. 1777. 
Robert Williams. 24 April, 1777. 
Ebenezer Leland, 7 June, 1779. 



INFANTRY. One of the additional sixteen 
regiments raised agreeable to the resolve 
of Congress of 26 Dec.. 1776. It was 
this year united to Col.Webb's. 

Colonel. 
Henry Sherburn. 1 March, 1777. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



Captains. 

James Webb. 1 March, 1777. 
Abijah Savage. 
Benj. Burton, 5 March, 1777. 
Amos Stanton. 

Blackmail. 

John Thraston, 1 June, 1777. 

Lieutenants. 

teeth Chapin, 9 July, 1777. 

Zadock How. 

Samuel Wlnn. 12 Jan., 1777. 

Henry Williams. 

Joiin Smith, 8 April, 1777. 

Ephraim Carey, 12 Jan., 1777. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Ephraim Sherburn, 1 Sept., 1777. 

Jesse Peek. 

Ebenezer Stanton. 

Josiah Brown, 28 Feb., 1777. 

Ensigns. 

Henry Shearman, 1 Sept., 1777. 
Amos Galpin. 
Thomas Russel, 4 Oct., 1777. 



INFANTRY. A regiment composed of two 
of the sixteen additional regiments raised 
aerreeable to the resolve of Congress of 
26 Dec. 1776, viz : Webb's and Sher- 
burn's. 



WeOu. 



Colonel. 



Lieut. Colonel. 
Ebenezer Huntington, 10 Oct., 1778. 

Majors. 

John P. Willis, 10 Oct., 1778. 
Will, iiraarord. 

Captains. 

Edw'd Buckley. Jan.. 1777. 
John Hart, Jan., 1777. 
Charles Whiting. 14 Feb.. 1777. 
Abijah Savage, 25 Feb.. 1777. 
Elija Blackman, 28 Feb., 1777. 
Joseph Walker, 22 Aug., 1777. 
Elija Hopkins, 10 Oct., 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Benj. Burton. 1 March, 1777. 

Lieutenants. 
John Reily. 1 Feb., 1777. Promoted Capt. 

10 July. 1779. 
John Smith, 8 April. 1777. 
Zadock Howe. Ifi April. 1777. 
Seth Galpin. 9 July. 1777. 
Henery Williams, 9 Nov.. 1777. 
John Meies. 1 r. Feb.. 1778. 
Wyllard Wright. Ifi May. 1778. 
Roger Wells, 16 May, 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Sam. Mears. Promoted Lieut. 13 March. 
Ebenezer Frothington. Promoted Lieut. 

_'; May. 1779. 

Ebenezer Stanton. 9 Nov.. 1777. 
Asa Lyon. 10 Nov.. 1777. 
Giles Mumford. 10 May. 177S. 
Snm. Wad worth, Ifi Mav. 1778. 
Will. Vovstile. Ifi May. * 177s. 
Solomon Mears, Ifi May. 1778. 



INFANTRY. A regiment composed of two 
of the additional regiments raised agree- 
aoie to a resolve of Congress of 26 Dec., 
1776, viz : Col. Malcolm's and Spencer's. 
Towards the end of this year it was 
joined to the New Jersey line as the 4th. 

Colonel. 
Oliver Spencer, 15 Jan., 1777. , 

Lteut. Colonel. 
Will. S. Smith, 1 Jan., 1777. 

Major. 

Pawling. 27 Jan., 1777. Resigned 

5 March, 1779. 

Captains. 

John Burrow, 1 Jan., 1777. 
Jonath. Pearson. 3 Feb.. 1777. 
James Broderick, 18 Feb., 1777. 
Benj. Weatherby, 23 Feb.. 1777. 
John Santford, 11 March. 1777. 
Nathan Tom. 17 March. 1777. 

Black, 11 March/ 1777. 

Abrah. Neely, 10 Oct.. 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 
Richd. Esdel, 6 Sept., 1777. 

Lieutenants. 
James Bonnel. Promoted Capt. 24 April. 

1779. 
Will. Beach. 6 Sept.. 1777. Promoted 

Capt. Lieut. 12 April, 1779. 
Will. Bull. 16 Sept.. 1777. 

Robert, 6 Feb.. 1777. 

John Hammond, 7 Feb., 1777. 

Monnel. 20 March. 1777. 

Nealy, 25 March. 1777. 

Oliver. 12 Oct.. 1777. 

Robert Pemberton. 1 Jan., 1778. 
John Orr, 10 Oct., 1778. 

Ensigns. 
Promoted Lieut. 10 Feb., 






Uzal Meeker. 

1779. 
Peter Tallman. 

1779. 
Finch Gildersleeve. 

April. 1779. 
David Kirkpatrick. 

Anril, 1779. 
Anth. Maxwell. Promoted 

April. 1779. 
John Stagg. Promoted Lieut. 24 April, 

1779. 

Andrew Simpson. 
John Reed, 12 May, 1779. 
Benj. Esdel. 12 May. 177<>. 
Moses Ogden, 12 May. 1779. 
John McEwen, 12 May. 1779. 



Promoted Lieut. 1 April, 
Promoted Lieut. 12 



Promoted Lieut. 24 
Lieut. 24 



Amos Galpin. 3 March. 1777. 
Thomas Russel, 1 Oct.. 1777. 



INFANTRY. A regiment formed in Anril 
this year by the junction of Col. Gray- 
son's and Gist's additional regiments 
raised agreeable to a resolve of Congress 
of 2<3 December, 177G. 

Colonel. 
Nathan Gist. 

Major. 

Nath. Mitchel. 23 Dec.. 1777. 
John Gist. 9 March. 1777. 
Sam. Lapsley. 10 March. 1777. 
Strother Jones. 14 May. 1777. 
Joseph Smith. 31 Aug. 1777. 
Thomas Bell, 19 April. 1778. 

Capt. Lieutenant. 

Alex. Brackeridge. Promoted Capt. 23 
April, 1779. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1779-1780. 



29 



Lieutenants. 

Francis Muire. Promoted Capt. Lieut. 23 

April, 1779. 

Thomas Drew, 1 Feb., 1778. 
Will. B. Wallace, 3 Feb., 1778. 
Sam. Bell, 3 Feb., 1778. 
Will. Brownloe, 19 April. 1778. 
Robert Kirk, 19 April, 1778. 
John Linton, 29 Dec., 1778. 
Will. Triplet, 10 May, 1778. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Joseph Britton. Promoted Lieut. 23 April, 

1779. 
George Winchester. Promoted Lieut. 1 May, 

1779. 

David Lucket. 4 July. 1779. 
John Nelson, 4 July, 1779. 



INFANTRY. An additional regiment raised 
agreeable to a resolve of Congress of 26 
December, 1776. It appears by the re- 
solve of 23 Jan., 1779, that only threo 
companies were to be continued. 



Rawlin. 



Colonel. 



Captains. 



Admison Tannahill. 1 April, 1778. 
Alex. Lawson Smith. 



INFANTRY. An Invalid regiment formed 
aereeable to a resolve of Congress of 
20 June, 1777. 

Colonel. 
Lewis Nicola, 20 June, 1777. 

Cap tains. 
David Woelpper, 17 July, 1776. Transf. 

11 June. 1778. 
Will. Williams, 1 April, 1778. Transf. 

1 July, 1778. 
Robert Campble, 1 Jan., 1778. Transf. 

5 Aug.. 1778. Killed 4 Oct., 1779. 
Moses McFarland, 16 March, 1779. Transf. 

16 March, 1779. 
Will. McElhalton, 1 Oct., 1776. Transf. 

6 July, 1779. 

Thomas Arnold, 21 March, 1777. Transf. 
1 Nov., 1779. 

Lieutenants. 
Osgood Carleton, 1 Jan.. 1777. Transf. 

1 Dec., 1778. 
Ephraim Minot, 1 Jan., 1777. Transf. 18 

Feb., 1778. 
Will. Honeyman, 15 Jan., 1777. Transf. 1 

July, 1778. 
^.orah. Wood, 24 March, 1777. Transf. 6 

Oct., 1778. 
Jonath. Pughter, 1 June, 1777. Transf. 6 

Oct., 1778. 
Will. Lament. 18 March, 1779. Transf. 18 

March, 1779. 
Will Maynard, 1 June, 1779. Transf. 1 

June, 1779. 



A General List of the Officers in the American Army for 178O. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 

Commander-in Chief. 
George Washington, 15 June, 1775. 

Major-Generals. 

Charles Lee, 17 June, 1775. 

Israel Putnam, 19 June, 1775. 

Horatio Gates, 16 Nov., 1776. 

Will. Heath, 9 Aug., 1777. 

Nathan Green, 9 Aug., 1777. 

Earl of Sterling, 19 Feb., 1777. 

Arthur St. Clair, 19 Feb., 1777. 

Benj. Lincoln, 19 Feb.. 1777. 

Benedict Arnold, ly Feb., 1777. Deserted 

to the Enemy. 

Marquis de la Fayette, 31 July, 1777. 
Baron de Kalb, 15 Sept., 1777. Killed at 

the battle of Camden, 16 Aug., 1780. 
Robert How, 20 Oct., 1777. 
Alex. McDougal 20 Oct., 1777. 
Baron Steuben, 5 May, 1778. 

Brigadiers. 

Will. Thompson, 1 March, 1776. 

John Nixon, 9 Aug., 1776. Resigned 12 
Sept. 

James Clinton, 9 Aug., 1776. 

Sam. Holden Parsons, 9 Ausr., 1776. Pro- 
moted 23 Oct. 

Will. Moultrie. 16 Sept., 1776. 

Laughlin Mclntosh, 16 Sept. 1776. 

Will. Maxwell, 23 Oct., 1776. 

Will. Smallwood, 23 Oct., 1776. Promoted 
Maj. Gen. 15 Sept. 

Henry Knox, 27 Dec., 1776. 



Enoch Poor, 21 Feb., 1777. Died Sept. 

John Glover, 21 Feb., 1777. 

John Patterson. 21 Feb., 1777. 

^nt^ony Wayne, 21 Feb., 1777. 

Will. Woodford, 21 Feb., 1777. Died Nov. 

P. Muhlenberg, 21 Feb., 1777. 

George Clinton. 25 Nov., 1777. 

Charles Scott, 1 April, 1777. 

George Weedon, 1 April, 1777. 

Edwd. Hand, 1 April, 1777. 

Ebenezer Learnerd, 2 April, 1777. 

Jedediah Huntington, 12 May, 1777. 

Count Pulaski, 15 Sept., 17... Killed at 

the attack of Savannah. 
John Stark, 4 Oct., 1777. 
Chev. du Portail, 17 Nov., 1777. 
Jethro Sumner. 9 Jan.. 1779. 
James Hogun, 9 Jan., 1779. 

Hugar. 9 Jan., 1779. 

Mordecai Gist. 9 Jan.. 1779. 
Will. Irwine, 12 May, 1779. 
Danl. Morgan, 13 Oct.. 1780. 



CORPS OF ENGINEERS formed agreeable to 
the resolve of Congress of 11 March, 
1780. 

CHIEF ENGINEER. 

Brigadier. 
Chev. du Portail. 

Colonels. 
Thadeus Kosciuszko, 18 Oct., 1776. 

De la Radierre, 8 July, 1777. Died. 

Laumoy. 



30 



LIST OF GENERAL OFFICERS, 1782. 



Three companies of SAPPERS AND MINERS 
ordered to be raised by resolve of 27 
May, 1778, and to be under the command 
of the Chief Engineer. 

Captains. 

Nevin, 25 April, 1779. 

Bebee. 2 Aug., 1779. 



Murray, 2 Aug., 1779. 
Du Veil, 2 Aug., 1779. 



Capt. Lieutenant. 

Gilleland. 2 Aug., 1779. 
Kushnell, 2 Aug., 1779. 
Cleveland, 2 Aug.. 1779. 



Lieutenants. 
Welsh, 2 Aug., 1779. 



List of General Officers in Continental Service, January 1st, 1782, 



General and Commander-in-Chief. 
George Washington, Esq. 

Major Generals. 

Israel Putnam, Conn, 15 June. 1775. Su- 
perannuated. 

Horatio Gates, Va. App. Brig. 18 June, 
1775. Promoted 16 May, 1776. 

Wm. Heath. Mass. App. Brig. 22 June, 
1775. Promoted 9 Aug., 1776. 

Nath. Green, R. I. App. .brig. 22 June, 

1775. Promoted 9 Aug., 1776. 

Wm. Earl Stirlng, Jersey. App. Brig. 1 

March, 1776. Promoted 19 Feb., 1777. 
Ar. St. Clair, Penn. App. Brig. 9 Aug., 

j.i76. Promoted 19 Feb., 1777. 
Lincoln, Mass. 19 Feb., 1777. Secretary of 

War. 
Mar's De Lafayette, France. 12 May, 1777. 

France. 
Robt. Howe, N. C. App. Brig. 1 March, 

1776. Promoted 20 Oct., 1777. 

Alex. McDougal, N. Y. App. Brig. 9 Aug., 
1776. Promoted 20 Oct.. 1777. 

Baron Steuben, Germany. 5 May, 1778. 
Inspect. General. 

Wm. Smallwood, Md. App. Brig. 23 Oct., 
1776. Promoted 15 Sept., 1780. 



Sam'l H. Parsons, Conn. App. Brig. 9> 

Aug, 1776. 

Chev'r du Portail, France. App. Brig. 15 

Nov., 1777. Eng. Gen., France. 

Brigadier Generals. 
James Clinton, N. Y.. 9 Aug., 1776. 
Wm. Moultrie, S. C., 16 Sent., 1776. 
Sach. Mclntosh, Georgia, 1* Sept., 1770. 
Henry Knox, Art., Mass., 27 Dec., 1776, 

Artillery. 

J. Glover, Mass.. 21 Feb., 1777. 
J. Patterson, Mass., 21 Feb., 1777. 
Anto. Wayne, Penn., 21 Feb., 1777. 
Geo. Wedon, Va., 21 Feb., 1777. 
Peter Muhlenoerg, Va, 21 Feb., lf. 
Geo. Clinton, Gov., N. Y., 5 March, 1777. 

Gov. N. Y. 

Edw. Hand, Penn. 1 April, 1777. A. G. 
Chas. Scott, \a., 1 April, j.<77. Prisoner 

of War. 

Jedediah Huntington, Conn., 12 May, 1777. 
Jethro Sumner, N. C., 9 Jan., 1779. 
Isaac Huger, S. C., 9 Jan., 1779. 
Mordecai Gist. Md.. 9 Jan., 1 , T9. 

Irving, Penn. St. Corps. 

Morgan, Va. 

Hazen, Canada. Brevet. 

Stark, i*. H. 



General Officers, Resigned, Dismissed, Etc. 



Major Generals. 11. 

Artimas Ward, Mass., 18 Jan., 1775. Re- 
signed 23 April, 1776. 

Chas. Lee, Va., 18 Jan., 1775. Dismissed 
1880. 

Philip Schuyler, IN. Y ,.19 June, 1775. Re- 
signed. 

Jos. Spencer, Mass. App. Brig. 22 June, 
1775. Promoted 9 Aug., 1776. Re- 
signed. 

John Sullivan, N. H. App. Brig. 22 June. 

1775. Promoted 9 Aug., 1776. Re- 
signed. 

Tho. Mifflin, Penn. App. Brig. 17 May, 

1776. Promoted 19 Feb., 1777. Re- 
signed. 

Ad. Stephens, Va. App. Brig. 4 Sept., 1776. 

Promoted 19 Feb., 1777. Dismissed. 
Bened. Arnold, Conn. App. Brig. 10 Jan.. 

1776. Promoted 2 May, 1777. Deserted 

to the Enemy. 
Baron De Kalb. France. Promoted 1777. 

Killed 16 Aug., 1780. 
Chr. Thos. Conway, France. App. Brig. 

13 May, 1777. Promoted 1778. Resigned. 
Richard Montgomery, N. Y. App. Brig. 

22 June, 1775. Promoted 9 Dec., 1775. 

Killed 1 Jan.. 1776. 

Brigadier Generals. 29. 
Seth Pomeroy, Mass., 22 June, 1775. Never 
acted. 



Dew. Wooster, Conn., 22 June, 1775. Killed. 
John Thomas, Mass.. 22 June. 1775. Died. 
Joseph Frey, Mass., 10 Jan., 1776. Resigned 

23 April, 1<.6. 
John Armstrong, Penn., 1 March, 177G. 

Resigned 4 April, 1777. 
And. Lewis, Va., 1 March, 1776. Resigned 

15 April, 1777. 
James Moore, N. C., 1 March, 1776. Died 

9 April, 1777. 

Baron De Woodthe. 16 March, 1<76. 
John Whitecomb, Mass., 5 June, 1776. 
Hugh Mercer. 
James Reed. 
Chr. Gadsden. 
Chev. De Tormoy. 
Fra. Nash. 
Jam. M. Varnum. 
J. O. De Haas. 
J. Cadwallader. 
Ben. Learned. 
James Hogan. 
Jo. Reed. 
Count Pulaski. 
Ja. Wilkinson. 

De Bhore. 

De Coudre. 

Wra. Thomson. 
John Nixon. 
Wm. Maxwell. 
Enoch Poor. 
Wm. Woodford. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1784. 31 

14 Generals, 150 dollars per mouth, or $1800 per year $25,200 

15 Rations each per day, at 9d per Ration 7,665 

- $32,865- 

20 Brigadiers, 125 dollars per mouth, or $1500 per year 30,000 

12 Rations each per day, at 9d per ration, is 8,760 

38,76O 









Sts. 16,115 12s 6d 




Major Gen. 


Brig. Gen. 


Quota. 
2 Regs Infantrv 


Massachusetts 


5 


10 


11 Infantry and Art 


Rhode Island 


1 


1 




Connecticut 


... 3 


2 


6 Infantry and Cav 




3 


2 


3 Infantry and Art 


Jersey . 


1 


1 


2 


Pennsylvania 


2 


s 


9 Inf Art Cav Art 


Delaware 






1 


Maryland 


1 


1 


K 


Virginia 


3 


7 


11 Inf Cav and Art 


North Carolina 


1 


4 


4 


South Carolina 




2 


2 


Georgia 




1 


1 




5 


6 













A LIST OF THE OFFICERS 

OF THE 

ARMYOFTHE UNITED STATES, 

From ist Januaiy, 1784, to ist January, 1785, 

As arranged by General Washington, and under Resolutions of Congress, 
from Original Muster Rolls and other Official Sources. 



*NOTE. Honorably discharged and disbanded, 20 June, 1784, pursuant to Resolution of 

Congress, of 2 June, 1784. 

GENFRAL STAFF. 

COMMANDER-IX-CHIEF. 

Major General. 

*KNOX, HENRY. 15 Nov., 1781. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Col. Continental Art., 7 Nov., 1775. Brig. Gen. Art., 27 Dec., 1776. Commanding 
U. S. Army from 23 Dec., 1783. 

INSPECTOR-GENERAL. 

Major General. 

DE STEUBEN, BARON. 5 May, 1778. [Born in Prussia. Appointed at Large.] 

Vol. I. G., 18 Feb., 1778. Resigned 15 April, 1784. 

INSPECTOR. 

Major. 

NORTH, WILLIAM. 15 April. 1784. [Born in Maine. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. Maj., 11 Sept.. 1783. 2nd Lieut. Mass. Art., 9 May, 1776. Capt. 16th Mass. 
Continental Inf., 10 May, 1777. A. De C. to Maj. Gen. Baron de Steuben. Ap- 
pointed by Congress on resignation of, and recommendation by Baron de Steuben. 
[Adj. Gen. U. S. A., 19 July, 1798. 

QUARTERMASTER GENERAL. 

Colonel. 

PICKERING, TIMOTHY. 5 Aug., 1780. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Col. 1st Reg. Essex Co. Mass. Militia, 13 Feb., 1775. Col. and Adj. Gen. U. b. A.^ 
25 April, 1777. Member Board of War, 13 Jan., 1778. 



32 LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1784. 

Paymaster General. 

PIERCE, JOHN. 19 Jan., 1781. [Born In Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

1st Lieut. (Col. Israel Hutehinson's Conn. Reg. Inf.) 27th Foot Continental Army, 
1775. Asst. P. M. Gen. U. S. A., 10 Feb., 1776. Dep. P. M. Gen. "Main Army," 
1 June, 1779. 

Commissary of Military Stores. 

HODGDEN, SAMUEL. 1 Feb., 1777. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Dep. C. G. Mil. Stores for Northern Dept., 11 Feb., 1778. 



CORPS OF ARTILLERY. 

Composed of the 1st Co., 2nd Reg. Continental Corps of Art., organized 6th Jan., 
1776, as the "New York Provincial Artillery Co.;" of detachments* from the 3rd Reg. 
Continental Corps of Art., organized 1st Jan., 1777 (G. O. Army Headquarters, West 
Point, N. Y., 23rd Dec., 1783); and of the Art. Co. raised by Pennsylvania, pursuant 
to resolution of Congress of 3rd June, 1784. 

New York. 12 July, 1776. Princeton, 3 January, 1777. 

Long Island, 27 August, 1776. Brandywine, 11 September, 1777. 

Harlem Heights, 16 September, 1776. Stillwater, 19 September. 1777. 

Pelham Manor, 18 October, 1776. Germantown, 4 October. 1777. 

White Plains, 28 October, 1776. Saratoga, 7 October. 1777. 

New Brunswick, 1 December, 1776. Monmouth, 28 June 3778. 

Trenton, 26 December, 1776. Springfield, 23 June, 1780. 

Assunpink, 2 January, 1777. Yorktown, 28- Sept., 19 Oct., 1781. 

Major Commandant. 

*BAUMAN, SEBASTIAN. 12 Sept., 1778. [B. Frankfort-on-the-Main. App. N. Y.] 

Capt., 30 March, 1776, of the N. Y. Continental Art. Co., which was attached to 

Col. H. Knox's Reg. Art., 19 April. 1776, and transferred to 2nd Reg. Continental 

Corps Art., 1 Jan., 1777, as the 2nd Co. Bvt. Lieut. Col. U. S. A., 14 April, 1787. 

Captains. 

DOUGHTY, JOHN. 1 March, 1777. [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. Maj., 11 Sept., 1783. Capt. Lieut. N. J. "Eastern Art. Co.," 1776. Promoted 

to Capt. "N. Y. Provincial Co. of Art" (subsequently 1st Co. 2nd Reg. Continental 

Corps Art.), vice Capt. Alexander Hamilton, appointed Lieut. Col. and A. de C. 

to Gen. Washington. Commanding Co., organized 6 Jan., 1776. 

DOUGLAS, THOMAS. 12 Aug., 1784. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Late Capt. 4th Reg. Continental Corps Art., 12 Oct., 1781. Commanding Co. organ- 
ized Aug., 1784. 

Capt. Lieutenants. 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM. 9 Nov., 1776. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Col. H. Knox's Continental Reg. Art., subsequently re-organized as the 3rd Reg. 

Continental Corps Art., 1776. 

FENNO, .EPHRAIM. 1 Jan., 1777. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Lieutenants. 

PRICE, WILLIAM. 12 Sept., 1778. [Born in Mass. Appointed fr6m Mass.] 

3rd Reg. Continental Corps Art. Appointed Dep. C. of Mil. Stores, 1 Jan., 1784, and 

dropped from Corps Art. 

JEFFERDS, SAMUEL. 1 Oct., 1778. [Born in Mass. Appointed from the Army.] 

Sergt. in Capt. Edward Burbeck's Co. (Col. Knox's Reg.), Continental Art. 2nd 

Lieut. 3rd Reg. Continental Corps Art., 1 Jan., 1777. 
*BLISS. JOSEPH. 1 Oct., 1778. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N .Y.] 

2nd Reg. Continental Corps Art. Appointed Corps P. M., 29 Jan.. 1784. 

BRADFORD, JAMES. 12 Sept., 1771). [Born in Penn. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Vol. and Acting Lieut. 2nd Reg. Continental Corps Art., 12 Sept., 1778. Captured 

near King's Ferry. Jan., 1779. Adj. 2nd Reg. Continental Corps Art.. 2 Oct., 1782. 

*CUNNINGHAM, HENRY. 12 Sept.. 1770. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Reg. Continental Corps Art. 
*REED, JOHN. 17 Dec.. 1780. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Reg. Continental Corps Art. 

ASHTON, JOSEPH. 12 Aug., 1784. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Late Capt. Lieut. 4th Reg. Continental Corps Art., 19 April, 1781. (1st Sergt. Capt. 

John Lamb's N. Y. Independent Co. Continental Art., 16 July. 1775, and captured 

In assault on Quebec, 81 Dec., 1775. Lieut. 2nd Reg. Continental Corps Art., I Jan., 

1777. Adj. 2nd Reg. Continental Corps Art., 21 June, 177716 Jan., 1781.) 

Surgeon's Mate. 

COGSWELL, WILLIAM. 19 Jan., 1781. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Late Priv. (Jan., 1776, to Jan., 1777) in his brother's (Capt. Thos. C.'s) Co., Col. L. 
Baldwin's Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. and at Siege of Boston. Chief Medical 
Officer U. S. A., 20 June, 1784, to 12 Aug., 1785. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1784. 



33 



FIRST AMERICAN REGIMENT OF INFANTRY 



OF THE CONTINENTAL LINE. 



Organized from Companies of the Massachusetts Brigade and two Companies of the 1st 
New Hampshire Continental Infantry. 



Bunker Hill. 17 June, 3775. 
Long Island, 27 August. 1776. 
Harlem Heights. 16 Sept., 1776. 
White Plains. 28 Oct., 1776. 
Trenton, 26 Dec.. 1776. 
Princeton, 3 Jan.. 1777. 
Brandy wine, 31 Sept.. 1777. 



Still water. 19 Sept., 1777. 
Germantown, 4 Oct.. 3777. 
Saratoga, 7 Oct., 1777. 
Monmouth, 28 June, 1778. 
Quaker Hill. 29 Aug.. 1778. 
Springfield, 23 June. 1780. 
Yorktown, 28 Sept., 19 Oct., 1781, 



Colonel. 



"JACKSON, HENRY. 12 Jan., 1777. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass 1 

Bvt. Brig. Gen., 30 Sept., 1783. 4th Reg. Mass Continental Inf. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

HULL, WILLIAM. 12 Aug., 1779. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Mass.] 

3rd Keg. Mass. Continental Inf. [At Siege of Boston as Capt., 6 July, 1775. Col. 

Webb's 19th Reg. Conn. Inf.) Graduated at Yale College, 1772. [Brig. Gen. U. 
S. A., April, 1811'.] 

Major. 

*GIBBS, CALEB. 29 July, 1778. [Born in R. I. Appointed from Mass ] 

2nd Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. (Wounded at Yorktown.) 

Captains. 

*SUMNER, JOB. 1 Jan., 1777. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. Maj., 30 Sept., 1783. 3rd Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. (Lieut, in Capt. Moses 
Draper's Co. of Gardner's Reg. at Bunker Hill.] Commanding Light Inf. Co., 
West Point. 

*WILLIAMS, JOSEPH. 1 Jan., 1777. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. Maj., 30 Sept., 1783. 3rd Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. [Ensign in Col. Asa 
Whitcomb's [6th] Reg. Mass. Inf., in 1776.) Commanding 1st Co., Springfield 
Arsenal. 

*FRYE, ISAAC. 1 Jan., 1777. [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

Bvt. Maj., 30 Sept., 1783. 1st Reg. N. H. Continental Inf. (Q. M. in Col. James 
Reed's N. H. Reg. Inf., 26 April, 1775, and at Bunker Hill.) Commanding 2nd Co., 
West Point. 

*HASKELL, ELNATHAN. 1 April, 1778. [Born in Mass . Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. Maj., 30 Sept., 1783. 4th Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. (Lieut, in Col. Thomas 
Marshall's [10th] Reg. Mass. Inf., 5 July, 1776.) Commanding 3rd Co., West 
Point. 

*HUNT, THOMAS. 1 March, 1779. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

4th Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. (Ensign in Col. William Bond's [25th] Reg. Mass. 
Inf., 1775. At battles of Lexington and Bunker Hill, and wounded at Stony Point.) 
Commanding 4th Co., West Point. [Appointed Capt. 2nd U. S. Inf., 4 March, 1791.1 
* MILLS, JOHN. 3 May, 1779. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

1st Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. (Ensign in Col. Asa Whitcomb's [6th] Reg. Mass. 
Ing., 1776, and at Siege of Boston.) Commanding 5th Co., West Point. Ass'd to 
command it vice Capt. Wm. Mills, 4th Mass. Reg. Continental Inf., who relin- 
quished Co. (G. O. Hd. Qrs., West Point, 20 Jan., 1784.) [Adj.] Gen. U. S. A., 13 
May, 1794.] 

*HOBBY, JOHN. 24 July, 1781. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

3rd Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. (1st Lieut, in 16th Mass. Continental Inf., 1 Feb., 

1777.) Commanding 6th Co., West Point. 

*FOTTER, JOSEPH. 1 March, 1782. [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

1st Reg. N. H. Continental Inf. (Lieut, in 2nd N. H. Continental Inf., 8 Nov., 

1776.) Commanding 7th Co., West Point. 

*JACKSON, SIMON. 1 April, 1782. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

4th Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. (Lieut, in 8th Mass. Continental Inf., 1 Jan.. 1777.) 
Commanding 8th Co., West Point. 

Lieutenants. 

*PHELON. PATRICK. 20 June, 1777. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. Capt.. 30 Sept.. 1783. 3rd Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. [Capt. 2nd U. S. Inf., 4 
March. 1791.] 

*CUSHING, THOMAS HUMPHREY. 12 Jan., 1778. [Born in Mass. App. from Army.] 
Bvt. Capt., 30 Sept., 1783. 1st Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. (Sergt. in his brother 
Lieut. Nathaniel Cushing's Co., 1776. Capt. Lemuel Trescott's Co. of Col. 
Asa Whitcomb's [6th] Reg. Mass Inf. In Arnold's Naval Battle on Lake Cham- 
plain, 13 Oct., 1776. 2nd Lieut. 1st Mass. Continental Inf.. 1 Jan., 1777. Taken 
prisoner by the British, 14 May, 1781.) [Capt. 2nd U. S. Inf., 4 March. 1791: Maj. 
1st U. S. Inf., 3 March, 1793. Inspector U. S. A., 24 Feb.. 1797. Adj. and In- 
spector of the Army. 1 April, 1802. Lieut. Col. 2nd U. S. Inf., 1 April, 1802. Col. 
2nd U. S. Inf., 7 Sept., 1805. Adj. Gen. U. S. A., 6 July, 1812. Brig. Gen. U. S. A., 
2 July, 1812.] 

*HASKELL. JONATHAN. 5 Feb., 1779. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. Capt.. 30 Sept.. 1783. 4th Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. (Ensign 14th Mass. 
Continental Inf., 13 Jan., 1777.) [Capt. 2nd U. S. Inf., 4 March, 1791.] 



34 LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, l?sj. 

CONDY, THOMAS HOLLIS. 1 March, 1779. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. Capt., 30 Sept., 1783. 4th Keg. Mass. Continental Inf. 2nd Lieut., 1G Mass. 

Inf., 31 Jan., 1777. Regimental P. M., 1 May, 1783. 
*BOWLES, RALPH HART. 16 April, 1779. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. Capt., 30 Sept., 1783. 2nd Lieut., 1st Mass. Inf., 1 Jan., 1777. 
*STONE, NATHANIEL. 16 Jan., 1780. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. Capt., 30 Sept., 1783. 2nd Lieut., 1st Mass. Inf., 28 March. 1777. 
*MERROW, JOSHUA. 12 July, 1780. [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

Ensign 2nd N. H. Reg. Continental Inf., 2 April, 1777. 
*BRADFORD, GAMALIEL, Jr. 3 Sept., 1780. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

4th Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. Ensign 14th Mass. Continental Inf., 8 Oct., 1779. 
* ADAMS, JOHN. 6 Oct., 1781. [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

Ensign, 1st N. H. Reg. Continental Inf., 8 March, 1781. 

*RICKARD, WILLIAM. 14 April, 1782. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Army.] 

4th Reg. Mass Continental Inf. Ensign 16th Mass. Continental Inf., from Sergt. 
24 April, 1779. Appointed Lieut. 2nd U. S. Inf., 4 May, 1792. 

Ensigns. 

*SWAN, CALEB. 26 Nov., 1779. [Born in Me. Appointed from Army.] 

4th Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. Ensign 8th Mass. Continental Inf. P. M. Gen. U. S. 

A., 8 May, 1792. 

*SEVER, JAMES. 1 Feb., 1781. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.J 

4th Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. Ensign, 7th Mass. Continental Inf. Graduated 

Harvard College, 1781. Appointed Post Capt. U. S. Navy, 11 May, 1798. 
*SAWYER, JAMES. 22 Feb., 1781. [Born in Vt. Appointed from Mass.] 

Ensign, 4th Mass. Continental Inf. 
*HORTON, ELISHA. 2 April, 1781. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Ensign, 1st Mass. Continental Inf. 
*LORD, JEREMIAH. 15 June. 1781. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

4th Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. Ensign. 6th Mass. Continental Inf. 
*ROWE, JOHN, Jr. 15 June, 1781. 4th Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. Priv. Capt. Jno. 

Rowe's Co., 1775, at Bunker Hill. Ensign, 8th Mass. Continental Inf. 
*GREATON, JOHN WHEELWRIGHT. 16 July, 1782. 

[Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 
Ensign, 3rd Mass. Continental Inf. 
*JACKSON, AMASA, 13 Oct., 1782. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

4th Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. Ensign 8th Mass. Continental Inf. 

*JACKSON, CHARLES. 4 Feb., 1783. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

4th Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. Ensign, 8th Mass. Continental Inf. 

REGIMENTAL STAFF. 
1st Lieutenant and Adjutant. 

*SELDEN, CHARLES. 4th March, 1778. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Army.] 

Bvt. Capt., 30 Sept., 1783. Lieut., 4th Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. 2nd Lieut.. 16th 
Mass. Continental Inf., 16th July, 1777. Wounded in assault and capture of Stony 
Point. Adj., 16 June, 1783. Graduated at Yale College, 1777. 

1st Lieutenant and Quartermaster. 

*NELSON, HENRY. 15 March, 1782. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Ensign 2nd Mass. Continental Inf., 1 March, 1778. 

Surgeon. 

*HART, JOHN. 1 Jan., 1777. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. Surgeon in Col. William Prescott's Reg. Mass. 
Inf., 1775. 

Surgeon's Mate. 

*LEAVENWORTH, NATHANIEL. 1 Feb., 1780. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 
4th Reg. Mass. Continental Inf. Surg. Mate, 8th Mass. Continental Inf. 



FIRST REGIMENT OF U. S. INFANTRY. 

(Now 3RD U. S. INFANTRY.) 
(Organized ~by Resolution of Congress of 3rd June, 1784.) 

Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 

HARMER, JOSIAH. 12 Aug., 1784. [Born in Penn. Appointed from IVnu.l 

Late Lieut. Col. 1st Penn. Reg. Continental Inf., 6 June. 1777, and Brevet Col.^ 
U. S. A., 30 Sept., 1783. Commanding U. S. Army since 12 Aug., 1784. 

Captains. 

FIXXEY, WALTER. 12 Aug., 1784. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Late Capt. 3rd Penn. Reg. Continental Inf., 10 Aug.. 1776. and Bvt. Maj. U. S. A., 

30 Sept., 1783. Taken prisoner at Battle of Long Island, 27 Aug.. 1776. 
ZIEGLER, DAVID. 12 Aug., 1784. [Born in Saxony. Appointed from Penn.] 

Late Capt. 1st Penn. Reg. Continental Inf., 8 Dec., 1778, and Brigade Inspector, 

Penn. Brigade, Dept. of the South. 
McCURDY. WILLIAM. 12 Aug.. 1784. [Born in Fenn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Late Capt. 1st Penn. Reg. Continental Inf., 18 May, 1781. 

LANE, DERRICK. 18 Aug., 1784. [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. .7.] 

Late Capt. 2nd N. J. Reg. Continental Inf., 11 Feb., 1783. 2nd Lieut. 4th N. J. Reg. 

Continental Inf., 28 Nov., 1776. 



REGISTER OF THE ARMY, 1784-1789. 35 

Lieutenants. 



. Aug.. 1<84. [Born in X. J. Appointed from N. J.] 

S. J. Keg. Continental Inf., 15 Feb., 1777. Ensign 1st N. J. Reg. 
r. f 7 Nov., 1775. Prisoner of war. Exchanged 6 Nov., 1780. 
IT. 12 Aug., 1784. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 



MERCER, JOHN. 18 Aug., 1784. 
Late Capt. 1st N. 
Continental Inf., 

HERBERT, STEWART. L __. ^ tu ilv _ ^ CU11 . t 

Late Lieut. 1st Penn. Reg. Continental Inf., y Jan., 1778. Wounded at Springfield 

23 June, 1780. Appointed Adj., 12 Aug., 1784. 

BEATTY, ERCURIES. 12 Aug., 1784. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Late Lieut. 3rd Penn. Reg. Continental Inf., 2nd June, 1778, and Regimental P. M 

22 May. 1783. Bvt. Capt., U. S. A., 30 Sept., 1783. 

DOYLE, THOMAS. 12 Aug., 1784. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn ] 

Late Lieut. 3rd Penn. Reg. Continental Inf., 15 March, 1779 Bvt Capt USA 

30 Sept., 1783. 

I'ENNINGTON, WILLIAM. 18 Aug., 1784. [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J.I 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Reg. Continental Corps Art., 12 Sept., 1778. Bvt. Capt. U. S. A.. 30 
Sept., 1783. Sergt. 2nd Reg. Continental Corps Art., 7 March, 1777. 

Ensigns. 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN. 12 Aug., 1784. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Late Lieut. 3rd Penn. Reg. Continental Inf., 12 May, 1779. Bvt. Capt. U. S A 30 

Sept., 1783. 
HENDERSON, ANDREW. 12 Aug., 1784. Born In Penn. Appointed from Penn ] 

Late Lieut. 3rd Penn. Reg. Continental Inf., 31 Dec., 1779. Resigned 21 Oct., 1784. 
KERSEY, WILLIAM. 18 Aug., 1784. [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J ] 

Late Lieut. 1st N. J. Reg. Continental Inf., 30 March, 1780. Bvt. Capt. U. S. A., 30 
Sept., 1783. Priv. 3rd N. J. Reg. Continental Inf., March, 1776. Ensign 3rd N J. 
Reg. Continental Inf., 1 Nov., 1777. 

FORD. MAHLON. 18 Aug., 1784. [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J.] 

Late Lieut. 3rd N. J. Reg. Continental Inf., 30 March, 1780. Bvt. Capt. U. S. A., 30 

Sept., 1783. Ensign 3rd N. J. Reg. Continental Inf., 28 Nov., 1777. 
DENNY. EBENEZER. 12 Aug., 1784. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Fenn.] 

Late Lieut. 3rd Penn. Reg. Continental Inf., 23 May, 1781. 

McDOWELL, NATHAN. 21 Oct., 1784. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Cadet, 12 Aug., 1784 (vice Henderson, resigned). 



Surgeon. 

Late Surg. 2nd Penn. Reg. Continental Inf., "5 Feb., 1778. 

Surgeon's Mate. 



McDOWELL, JOHN._12 Aug., 1784. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 



ALLISON, RICHARD. 12 Aug., 1784. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Late Surg. Mate 3rd Penn. Reg. Continental Inf., 30 March, 1778. 



REGISTER 

OF THF 

ARMYOF THE UNITED STATES, 

As recognised and adopted by the first Congress under the Constitution, 

29 September, 1789; from Original Muster Rolls and 

other Official Sources. 

*NOTE. The anomalous position of these Officers is due to the fact that some States 
did not fill their quotas as soon as others, and under decision of the War Department of 
17th January, 1787, the original vacancies took rank with each other according to their 
late Revolutionary rank. 

GENERAL STAFF. 

General-in-Chief. 

HARMON. JOSHUA. 31 July, 1787. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Fenn.T 

Bvt. Brig. Gen., late Lieut. Col. and Bvt. Col. 1st Penn. Reg. Continental Inf. Lieut. 
Col. Commandant 1st U. S. Inf. 

Paymaster General. 

HO WELL, JOSEPH, Jr. 28 Aug., 1788. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Late Capt. 1st Penn. Musketry Batt. (Col. Samuel J. Atlee), and captured at Battle- 
of Long Island, 27 Aug., 1776. Subsequently Auditor Army Accounts. 



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REGISTER OF THE ARMY, 1784-1789. 



Acting Adjutant General. 

DKNNY, EBENEZER. 28 Oct., 1788. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Late Lieut. 3rd Penn. Continental Inf. Adj. 1st U. S. Inf. 

Acting Quartermaster General. 

FRATT. JOHN. 28 July, 1786. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Late Lieut, and Q. M. 3rd Penn. Continental Inf. Q. M. 1st U. S. Inf. 



Assunplnk, 2 Jan.. 1777. 
Princeton, 3 Jan., 1777. 
Brandywine, 11 Sept.. 1777. 
Germantown, 4 Oct., 1777. 
Monmouth, 28 June, 1778. 
Springfield, 23 June, 1780. 
Yorktown, 28 Sept. 19 Oct., 1781. 



U. S. BATTALION OF ARTILLERY. 
(Organized as a Battalion by Resolution of Congress, 20 October, 1786.) 

New YOVK, 12 July, 1776. 
Long Island, 27 -iug.. 1776. 
Harlem Heights, 16 Sept., 1776. 
Pelham Manor, 18 Oct.. 1776. 
White Plains. 28 Oct.. 1776. 
New Brunswick, 1 Dec., 1776, 
Trenton, 26 Dec., 1776. 

Major Commandant. 

DOUGHTY. JOHN. 7 Aug., 1786. [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J.] 

Bvt. Maj., 11 Sept., 1782. Capt. Lieut. Eastern Co. N. J. Art. (4th Continental Reg. 

Corps Artillery), 1 March, 1776. Promoted Capt. N. Y. Provincial Co. Art. (2nd 

Continental Reg. Corps Art.), 1 March, 1777. Continuously in service from 1776 

(graduated at Columbia College, 1770.) 

Captains. 

FERGUSON, WILLIAM. 20 Oct., 1785. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Late Capt. 4th Reg. Continental Corps Art. Commanding 2nd Co. Art., organized in 

Pennsylvania by resolution Continental Congress, 3 June, 1784. 

BRADFORD, JAMES. 7 Aug., 1786. [Born in Penn. Appointed from N. Y.] 

1st Lieut. 2nd Reg. Continental Corps Art., 12 Sept., 1779. Commanding 1st Co. Art., 

which was organized 6 Jan., 1776, as the N. Y. Provincial Co. Art., subsequently 

ass'd as a Co. to the 2nd Reg. Continental Corps Art. (Col. John Lamb), and since 

continuously in service. (Now Batty "F," 4th Art.) 

BURBECK, HENRY. 20 Oct., 1786. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Late Capt. and Bvt. Maj. 3rd Reg. Continental Corps Art. Commanding 3rd Co. Art., 

organized in Massachusetts by resolution of Continental Congress, 20 Oct., 1786. 
SAVAGE, JOSEPH. 20 Oct., 1786. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Late Capt. 2nd Reg. Continental Corps Art. Commanding 4th Co. Art., organized in 
Massachusetts by resolution of Continental Congress, 20 Oct., 1786. 

Lieutenants. 
FOYD, MAHLON. 17 March, 1786. [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J.] 

Late 1st Lieut. Bvt. Capt. 3rd N. J. Continental Inf. In 2nd Co. Art. 
SCHUYLER. DIRCK. 7 Aug., 1786. [Born in'N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Late Lieut. 2nd N. Y. Continental Reg. Inf. In 1st Co. Art. 
PEIRCE, JOHN. 20 Oct., 1786. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Late Capt. Lieut. 3rd Reg. Continental Corps Art. In 3rd Co. Art. 
MOOR, WILLIAM. 20 Oct., 1786. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Late 1st Lieut, and Bvt. Capt. 3rd Reg. Continental Corps Art. In 3rd Co. Art. 
PORTER, MOSES. 20 Oct., 1786. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Late 2nd Lieut. 3rd Reg. Continental Corps Art. In 4th Co. Art. 
FOWLE, EBENEZER SMITH. 20 Oct., 1786. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Late 2nd Lieut. 16th Mass. Continental Reg. Inf. In 4th Co. Art. 
ERNEST. MATTHEW. 21 Oct.. 1786. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Late Priv. in Capt. Cornelius Wynkoop's Co. (Col. J. DeWitt's N. Y. Reg.) Inf. In 

1st Co. Art. 
SPEAR, EDWARD. 10 Sept., 1787. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Late Lieut. 1st Penn. Continental Reg. Inf. In 2nd Co. Art. 

Surgeon's Mate. 

HAYWARD, NATHAN. 20 Oct., 1786. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Late Priv. in Capt. Staple's Co. (Col. Abner Perry's Mass. Reg. Inf.) 



FIRST REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 



(Now 3RD U. S. INFANTRY.) 

(Organized by Resolution of Congress, 3rd June, 1784.) 

GENERAL-IN-CHIEF. 

Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 

HARMAR, JOSIAH. 12 Aug., 1784. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Ponn.] 

Bvt. Brig. Gen. 31 July, 1787. Late Lieut. Col. and Bvt. Col. 1st Penn. Conti- 
nental Inf. 



REGISTER OF THE ARMY, 1784-1789. 



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Majors. 

WYLLYS, JOHN PALSGRAVE. 9 June, 1785. [Born In Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 
Late Maj. 1st Conn. Continental Inf. Graduated at Yale College, 1773. 

HAMTKAMCK, JOHN FRANCIS. 20 Oct., 1786. [Born Canada. Appointed from N. Y.] 
Served as commissioned officer from 1775. and at Quebec. Appointed Capt. 1st U. 
S. Inf., 12th April, 1785. 



Captains. 



Appointed from Penn.] 



ZIEGLER, DAVID. 12 Aug., 1784. [Born in Saxony. 

Late Capt. 1st Penn. Continental Inf., and Inspector. 
HEART, JONATHAN. 9 June, 1785. [Bora in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Late Capt. 1st Conn. Continental Inf. Graduated at Yale College, 1768. 
STRONG, DAVID. 15 July, 1785. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Late Capt. 2nd Conn. Continental Infantry. 
*McCURDY, WILLIAM. 12 Aug., 1784. [Born in Penn. 

Late Capt. 1st Penn. Continental Inf. 
MERCER, JOHN. 24 Nov., 1785. [Born in N. J. 

Late Capt. 1st N. J. Continental Inf. 
SMITH, JOHN. 21 Oct., 1786. [Born in Mass. 

Late Lieut. 2nd Reg. Continental Corps Art. 
ASHTON, JOSEPH. 1 Sept., 1787. [Born in Penn. 



Appointed from Penn.] 
Appointed from N. J.] 
Appointed from N. Y.] 



Appointed from Fenn.] 

Late' Capt. Lieut. 4th' Reg. Continental Corps Art. Captured at Quebec, 25th Dec., 

1775, as 1st Sergt. in Lamb's N. Y. Co. Art. 
BEATTY, ERKURIES. 29 Sept.. 1789. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Late 1st Lieut, and Bvt. Capt. 3rd Penn. Continental Inf. Appointed P. M. 3rd 
Penn. Continental Inf., 22 May. 1783. 



Lieutenants. 



Appointed from Penn.] 
Appointed from Fenn.] 
Appointed from Conn.] 



DOYLE, THOMAS. 12 Aug., 1784. [Born in Penn. 

Late 1st Lieut, and Bvt. Capt. 3rd Penn. Continental Inf. 
ARMSTRONG. JOHN. 8 Sept., 1785. [Born in Penn. 

Late 1st Lieut, and Bvt. Capt. 3rd Penn. Continental Inf. 
*FROTHINGHAM. EBENEZER. 15 July, 1785. [Born in Conn. 

Late 1st Lieut. 3rd Conn. Continental Inf. 
*PRATT, JOHN. 15 July, 1785. [Born in Conn. 

Late 1st Lieut. 3rd Penn. Continental Inf. Appointed Q. M. 3rd Penu. Continental 

Inf., 22 May, 1783. Appointed Q. M. 1st U. S. Inf., 3 Oct., 1786. 
KERSEY, WILLIAM. 24 Nov., 1785. [Born in N. J. Appointed N. J.] 

Late 1st Lieut, and Bvt. Capt. 1st N. J. Continental Inf. 
PETERS, WILLIAM. 27 June, 1786. [Born in N. Y. 

Late Ens. 2nd N. Y. Continental Inf. 
KINGSBURY, JACOB. 15 Oct., 1787. [Born in Conn. 

Late Ensign 3rd Conn. Continental Inf. 
DENNY, EBENEZER. 10 Nov.. 1787. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Late Lieut. 3rd Penn. Continental Inf. Appointed Adj. 1st U .S. Inf., 8 Sept., l<8o. 



Appointed from Conn.] 



Appointed from N. Y.] 
Appointed from Conn.] 



[Born in N. J. 
[Born in N. J. 



Appointed from N. J.] 

Appointed from N. J.] 

Appointed from Penn.] 



Ensigns. 

LUSE, FRANCIS. 17 March. 1786. 

Late Ensign 2nd Reg. N. J. Continental Inf. 
SEYDAM, CORNELIUS RYKER. 17 March, 1786. 

Late Ensign 1st Reg. N. J. Continental Inf. 
*McDOWELL, NATHAN. 21 Oct., 1784. [Born in Penn. 

Cadet 1st U. S. Inf., 12 Aug., 1784. 
JEFFERS JOHN. 20 Oct., 1786. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Late Friv 4th Co. 2nd N. Y. Continental Inf. Served throughout Revolutionary 

War. 
PRIOR, ABNER. 21 Oct., 1786. 

Late Surg. Mate, 2nd N. Y. Continental Inf. 
HARTSHORNE. ASA. 15 Oct., 1787. 

THOMSON, ROBERT. 26 Nov., 1787. 

Late 1st Lieut. 2nd Batt. Chester Co. Mil. Son of late Brig. Gen. William 

MELCHER? S JACOB. 29 Sept., 1789. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Cadet 1st U. S. Inf., 12 Dec., 1787. 



[Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

[Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 
[Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



Surgeon. 

ALLISON, RICHARD. 24 July, 1788. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn ] 

Late Surg. Mate 3rd Penn. Continental Reg. Inf. Appointed Surg. Mate 1st U. 8. 
Inf., 12 Aug., 1784. 

Surgeon's Mates 

ELLIOTT, JOHN. 12 April, 1785. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Late Surg. Mate 1st N. Y. Continental Reg. Inf. 

SUMNER. JOSHUA. 9 June, 1785. [Born in Conn. Appo nted from Conn.] 

SCOTT. JOHN M. 17 March, 1786. [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J.] 

CARMICHAEL, JOHN F. 24 July, 1788. [Born in N. J. Appointed from Penn.] 



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LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 178SM797. 



LIST OF THE 



Officers of the Army of the United States, 1797, 



Brig. General. 
James Wilkinson. 

Quartermaster General. 
John Wilkins, Jr. 

Paymaster General. 



Caleb Swan. 



DRAGOOXS. 



Captains. 

Solomon Van Rensselaer, 17 Julv 1793 
James Taylor, 20 Feb., 1794. 

Lieutenants. 

William K. Blue. 14 July, 1794. 
Matthias Slough. Jr., 20 Aug., 1794 
James V. Ball. 19 Oct., 1795. 
Paul M'Dermot, 1 Oct., 1796 



ARTILLERISTS AND ENGINEERS. 

Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 
Stephen Rochefontaine, 26 Feb., 1795. 

Major. 

Henry Burbeck, 4 Nov.. 1791 
Louis Tousard, 26 Feb., 1795. 
John Jacob Ulrich Rivardi, 26 Feb . 1795 
Constant Freeman, Jr., 28 Feb., 1795. 

Captains. 

Mahlon Ford, 4 March, 1791. 
John Pierce, 15 Oct., 1791. 
Moses Porter. 4 Nov.., 1791 
George Ingersoll, 2 April, 1793. 
Griffith J. McRee. 2 June, 1794. 
Richard Scott Blackburn, 2 June 1794 
James Bruff, 2 June, 1794. 
Alexander Thomson. 2 June, 1794 
William Littlefield, 2 June. 1794.' 
Frederick Frye, 2 June 1794 
Michael Kaltiesen, 18 July, 1794 
Donald Grant Mitchell, 8 Aug., 1794. 
Abimael Youngs Nlcoll, 29 Nov. 1794 
Staats Morris. 26 Feb.. 1795 
George Dernier, 20 Aug.. 1795 
Joseph Elliott, 19 July, 1796. 

Lieutenants. 

Piercy S. Pope, 5 March, 1792. 
Ebenezer Massay, 5 March. 1792 
John M'Clellan, 2 June. 1794 
Nehemiah Freeman. 2 June. 1794. 
James Sterrett, 2 June, 1794 
George Izard, 2 June, 1794. 
Robert Rowan, 2 June. 1794. 
Jonathan Robeson, 2 June. 1794. 
Henry Muhlenburg, 2 June, 1794 
David Hale. 17 July. 1794 
Theophilus Elmer. 17 July. 1794 
William Wilson, 17 July. 1794 
Horiatio R. Dayton. 17 July i7'.4 
William Morris. 29 Julv. 17<u 
John M. Lovell, 26 Feb., 1795. 
Peter Tallman, 26 Feb., 1795 
Joseph Guimpp. 26 Feb., 179.". 
John Saumlcix _>; i-Vb. ; I7!i."> 
Thomas Underwood, _' i-vi>, 1795 



Peter A. Dransey, 12 April. 1795 
Alexander Marscholk, 1 Nov., 1796 
Howell Cobb, 1 Nov., 1796. 
Joseph Campbell, 1 Nov., 1796. 
Richard Whiley, 19 Dec.. 1796 
Philip Landais, 19 Dec., 1796. 
Philip Rodrigue, 19 Dec., 1796. 
James Triplett, 19 Dec., 1796. 
Thomas J. Vandyke. 19 Dec 17!M; 
Samuel T. Dyson. 19 Dec.. 1796. 
George Ross, 19 Dec., 1796 
James Rand, 19 Dee. 179(5. 
Robert Parkison, 19 Dec., 1796. 



Charles Brown. 



Surgeon. 



Surf/eon's Mates. 
John Gorham Coffin. 
John Lynch. 
Samuel Osburn. 
William Steele. 



I REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 
John F. Hamtramck, 18 Feb.. 1793. 

Majors. 

Thomas Hunt. 18 Feb.. 1793. 
Thomas H. Cushing, 3 March, 1793. 

Captains. 

Jacob Kingsbury, 28 Dec. 1791. 
Thomas Martin, 5 March, 1792. 
Thomas Pasteuiv 5 March, 179:2. 
Abner Prior, 2 > June, 1792. 
Daniel Britt, 13 Dec.. 1793. 
Samuel Tinsley, 9 Feb., 1794. 
Hamilton Armstrong. 20 Feb.. 1794. 
Bernard Gaines, 1 April, 1794. 

/. leutenants. 

William IT. Harrison. 2 June. 1792. 
John Whistler, 27 Nov., 1792. 
Jacob Kreemer. 13 Dec., 1792. 
Daniel Bissell, 3 Jan. 1794. 
Charles Hyde, 20 Feb.. 1794. 
John Michael. 1 April. 1794. 
Ferdinand L. Claiborne, 30 June, 1794. 
Elijah Strong, 1 July, 1794. 

Ensigns. 

Nicholas Rosencrantz. 1'2 May. 1794. 
Robert Semple. 12 May. 1794. 
Daniel M'Intosb, 12 May, 1794. 
Robert Torrans, 2 June," 1794. 
Yelverton Peyton, 17 July. 1794. 
Jonn W. Thompson. 17 July. 17'.4. 
Meriwether Lewis, 1 May. 1795. 



John Elliott. 



Surgeon. 



Surgeon's Mates. 



Elijah Tisclal 
Charles Watr 



II REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 



Lieut. 
David Stron 



nfl Commandant. 
Feb., IT'.i:;. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1 ?*!>-! 7!)7. 



Majors. 

John H. Buell, 20 Feb., 179.-,. 
Joseph Shaylor, 1 Oct.. 1793. 

Captains. 

Cornelius Lyman, 30 July, 1792. 
Richard H. Greaton, 18 Feb., 1793. 
Russell Bissell, 19 Feb., 1793. 
Edward Miller. 21 Feb., 1793. 
Edward D. Turner, 11 Nov., 1793. 
Theodore Sedgwick, 29 Dec., 1793. 
Bartholomew Shaumburg, 30 June, 1794. 
Andrew M'Clary, 19 Jan., 1797. 

Lieutenants. 

Peter Shoemaker, 3 March, 1793. 
Jesse Lukens, 1 Oct., 1793. 
Nanning J. Visscher, 1 May, 1794. 
Archibald Grey, 1 May. 17U4. 
Robert Lee, 1 May, 1794. 
Rezin Webster, 6 July, 179*. 
Richard Butler, 20 Aug., 1794. 
Charles Martin. 19 Jan., 1797. 

Ensigns. 

Benjamin Rand, 12 May, 1794. 
James Richmond, 12 May, 1794. 
David Thompson. 12 May, 1794. 
John M'Clary, 12 May, 1794. 
Samuel Allison, 2 June, 1794. 
George Callender, 1 May, 1795. 



George Glllaspie. 



Surgeon. 



Surgeon's Mates. 



William McCoskry. 
Thomas Farley. 



Ill REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 
Henry Gaither, 1 Oct., 1793. 
Majors. 

Jonathan Cass, 21 Feb., 1793. 
William Kersey, 30 June, 1794. 

Captains. 

Zebulon Pike, 5 March, 1792. 
Isaac Guion, 5 March, 1792. 
John Heth, 5 March, 1792. 
Richard Sparks. 5 iviarch, 1792. 
Howell Lewis, 5 March, 1792. 
Thomas Lewis, 5 March, 1792. 
Wil liam Rickard, 30 Jan., 1794. 
John Wade, 30 June, 1794. 

Lieutenants. 

Samuel Vance, 5 March, 1792. 
John Bowyer, 7 March. I<y2. 
Aaron Gregg, 30 June, 1792. 
John Steele, 21 Feb., 1793. 
Peter Marks, 10 Sept.. 1793. 
Charles Wright. 12 Nov., 1793. 
Andrew Shanklin. 30 Jan.. 1794. 
Samuel Davidson, 9 Feb., 1794. 



Busty nx. 

William P. Smith, 12 May, 1794. 
Hugh M'Call, 12 May, 1794. 
David Fero, 1.2 May, 1794. 
George Strother, 12 May, 1794. 
Henry P. Sterling, 12 May, 1794. 
Samuel Speak, 12 May, 1794. 
William Scott, 1 May, 1795. 



Joseph Phillips. 



Surgeon. 



Surgeon's Mates. 



George Balfour. 
John C. Wallace. 



IV REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 
Thomas Butler, 1 July, 1794. 

Majors. 

William Peters. 1 July, 1794. 
Daniel Bradley, 19 Jan., 1797. 

Captains. 

Edward Butler, 5 March, 1792. 
Joseph Brook, 5 March, 1792. 
Alexander Gibson, 5 March, 1792. 
William Preston, 5 March. 1792. 
William Eaton, 5 March, 1792. 
Henry De Butts, 28 Dec., 1792. 
Robert Thomson, 16 April, 1794. 
Ross Bird. 1 July, 1794. 

Lieutenants. 

Benjamin Lockwood. 5 March, 1792. 
Benjamin Strother, 5 March. 1792. 
William Diven. 9 June, 1792. 
Peter Grayson. 28 Dec., 1792. 
Jonathan Taylor. 26 March, 1793. 
Robert Purdy. 19 April. 1793. 
Campbell Smith. 10 Sept.. 1793. 
Hartman Leitheiser, 23 Feb., 1794. 

Ensigns. 

John Wellington, 23 Feb., 1793. 
Francis Johnston, 23 Feb.. 1793. 
Thomas Swaine, 12 May, 1794. 
Henry Bowyer, 12 May. 1794. 
Samuel Dold, 12 May. 1794. 
Richard Chandler. 12 May, 1794. 
George Salmon, 1 May, 1795. 
Larkin J. Dickinson. 16 Sept., 1796. 

Surgeon. 
John F. Carmichael. 



Surgeon's Mates. 



John Hamill. 
David Davis. 



ADDITIONAL SURGEON'S MATES. 

Cyrus Dart. 

Frederic Dalcho. 

George Pheiffer. 

William A. M'Crea. 

Thomas Augustine Claiborne. 

David Patteson. 



40 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1802. 



Organization of the Army, June 1, 18O2, under Act of 
March 16, 1SO2. 



GENERAL STAFF. 
Brigadier General. 

James Wilkinson, Md. f 5 March, 1792. 
Revolutionary Army. 

ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

Thomas H. Gushing, Mass., 1 April, 1802. 
Revolutionary Army. 

Paymaster. 

Caleb Swan, Mass., 8 May, 1792. Revolu- 
tionary Army. 



CORPS OF ENGINEERS. 

Major. 
Jonathan Williams, Pa., 16 Feb., 1801. 

Captain. 
William A. Barren, Mass., 6 May, 1800. 

1st Lieutenant. 
James Wilson, 26 May, 1800. 



REGIMENT OF ARTILLEIIY. 

Colonel. 

Henry Burbeck, Mass., 1 April, 1802. Rev- 
olutionary Army. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

Constant Freeman, Mass., 1 April, 1802. 
Revolutionary Army. 

Majors. 

Daniel Jackson, Mass., 4 June. 1798. Rev- 
olutionary Army. 

Decius Wadsworth, Conn., 9 Jan., 1800. 

Moses Porter, Mass., 26 May, 1800. Revo- 
lutionary Army. 

William MacRea, Va., 31 July, 1800. 

Vap tains. 

George Ingersoll. Mass., 2 April, 1793. Rev- 
olutionary Army. 

Richard S. Blackburn, Va., 2 June( 1794, 
Revolutionary Army. 

James Bruff, Md.. 2 June, 1794. Revolu- 
tionary Army. 

Michael Kaltieson, S. C.. 18 July, 1794. 
Revolutionary Army. 

Abimael Y. Nicoll, N. Y., 29 Nov.. 1794. 

Amos Stoddard. Mass.. 4 June, 1798. 

Lemuel Gates, Mass.,, 4 June. 1798. 

James Read. Pa., 4 June, 1798. 

James Stille, N. J.. 4 June. 1798. 

John McClallan, N. Y., 24 July. 1798. 

Nehemiah Freeman, Mass., 6 Aug.. 1798. 

James Sterrett, Pa.. 11 March, 1799. 

George Izard, S. C., 12 July. 1799. 

Jonathan Robeson, N. C.. 3 March, 1800. 

Henry M. Muhlenburgh, Pa., 26 May, 1800. 

John W. Livingston. N. Y., 12 Nov.. 1800. 

Lloyd Beall, Md., 16 Feb., 1801. Revolu- 
tionary Army. 

Josiah Dunham. N. H.. 16 Feb.. 1801. 

George W. Carmichael. Pa., 20 May. 1801. 

William L. Cooper, N-. Y., 15 Aug., 1801. 



Lieutenant*. 

Peter Tallman, N. J., 26 Feb., 1795. Revo- 
lutionary Army. 

John Saunders, Va.. 26 Feb , 1795 

Howell Cobb, Ga.. 1 Nov.. 1796. 

Richard Whiley. N. Y., 19 Dec., 1796. 

Philip Roderique. France, 19 Dec., 1796. 

Samuel T. Dyson. Md., 19 Dec., 1796. 

James B. Many, Del.. 4 June, 1798. 

John Fergus, Jr., N. C., 4 June, 1798. 
Nathaniel Leonard, Vt., 4 June, 1798. 
Revolutionary Army. 

Charles Wolstonecraft, Pa.. 4 June. 1798. 

Robert W. Osborn, Pa., 4 June. 1798. 

George Water-house, R. I., 22 Feb.. 1799. 

Leonard Williams, Vt.. 22 Feb., 1799. 

Samuel Fowle, Mass., 22 Feb.. 1799. 

James House. Pa.. 22 Feb., 1799. 

Ebenezer Beebe, Conn.. 22 Feb., 1799. 

William Yates. N. Y., 22 Feb., 1799. 

John De B. Walbach. France. 16 Feb., 1801. 

John B. Barnes, Md., 16 Feb.. 1801. 

Addison B. Arniistead, Va., 16 Feb.. 1801. 

George Armistead, Va., 16 Feb., 1801. 

Charles Hunt, Mass.. 16 Feb., 1801. 

Lewis Howard, N. J., 16 Feb., 1801. 

William Cocks. N. Y.. 16 Feb., 1801. 

Moses Swett, N. H., 16 Feb., 1801. 

John F. Powell, Va., 16 Feb., 1801. 

Peter Lumpkin, Va., 16 Feb., 1801. 

George Peter, Md., 16 Feb.. 1801. 

Clarence Mulford. N. J., 16 Feb., 1801. 

Hezekiah W. Bissell, Conn., 16 Feb., 1801. 

Joseph Cross, Md.. 16 Feb., 1801. 

Pierson Titcomb, N. H.. 16 Feb.. 1801. 

William Wilson, Md.. 16 Feb., 1801. 

Samuel Welsh. Mass., 16 Feb., j.801. 

Augustus Strong. Conn., 16 Feb., 1801. 

Lewis Landais. France, 16 Feb., 1801. 

William A. Murray, N. Y., 16 Feb., 1801. 

Killian P. Van Renselaer, N. Y., 16 Feb., 
1801. 

Enoch Humphreys, Conn.. 16 Feb., 1801. 

Stephen Worrell, Pa.. 8 June, 1801. 



I REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 

John F. Hamtramck, N. Y., 1 April, 1802, 
Revolutionary Army. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

1 omas Hunt, Mass., 1 April, 3802. Revo- 
lutionary Army. 

Major. 

Zebulon Pike, N. J., 21 March, 1800. Revo- 
lutionary Army. 

Captains. 
Thomas Pasteur, N. C., 5 March, 1792. 

Revolutionary Army. 
Cornelius Lyman, Mass., 30 Julv. 1792. 

Revolutionary Army. 
Russell liissell. Conn., 19 Feb., 1793. 
Edward D. Turner. Mass.. 21 Nov., 1793. 
John Whistler, Md.. 1 July, 1797. 
Daniel Bissell, Conn.. 1 Jan., 1799. 
Elijah Strong. Conn., 23 Oct., 1799. 
Meriwether Lewis. Va.. 5 Dec., ioOO. 
James Richmond, Jr., N. J., 21 May, 1801. 
John McClary, N. H., 1 July, 1801. 

1st Lieutenants. 
John Whipple. 2 March, 1799. 
George W. Stall, Pa., 2 March. 1799. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1802. 



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Moses Hooke, Mass., 23 Oct., 1799. 
Zebulon M. Pike, N. J., 1 Nov., 1799. 
Nathan Heald. Mass., 1 Nov., 1799. 
Eli B. Clemson, Pa., 30 April, 1800. 
James Rhea, N. J., 15 June, 1800. 
William Swan, Mass., 16 Feb., 1801. 
Ninian Pinkney, Md., 16 Feb., 1801. 
William Carson, Pa., 16 Feb., 1801. 
Horatio Stark, Va. f 16 Feb., .1.801. 



Bartholomew D. Armistead, Va., 16 Feb., 

1801. 

Benjamin Wilkinson, Md., 16 Feb., 1801. 
William H. Woolridge, Ky., 16 Feb., 1801. 
James Biddle Wilkinson, Md., 16 Feb., 1801. 
Richard Buck, Pa., 16 Feb., 1801. 
Henry R. Graham, 16 Feb., 1801. 
William Piatt, N. J., 21 March, 1801. 
William Lawrence, Md., 8 June, icOl. 



2nd Lieutenants. 

Simon Owens, Va., 16 Feb., 1801. 
John W. Brownson, Vt., 16 Feb., 1801. 
Daniel Hughes, Md., 16 Feb., 1801. 
Alexander Macomb, Jr., N. Y., 16 Feb., 1801. 
Daniel Baker, Vt., 16 Feb., 1801. 
Ambrose Whitlock, N. W. T., 16 Feb., 1801. 
Joseph Miller, Pa., 16 Feb., 1801. 
Henry Hopkins, Md., 16 Feb., 1801. 
William Whistler, N. W. T., 8 June, 1801. 

Ensigns. 

William Richardson, N. Y., 2 April, 1802. 

Anthony Campbell, Pa., 2 April, 1802. 

Thomas B. Steele, Md., 2 April, 1802. 

James Porter, Pa., 2 April, 1802. 

John C. Symmes, N. W. T.. 2 April, 1802. 

Joseph Dorr, Vt., 3 May. 1802. 

Simeon Knight, Vt., 3 May, 1802. 



Ensigns. 

George T. Ross, Pa., 3 May, 1802. 
Henry B. Brevoort, N. Y., 7 May, 1802. 



MILITARY AGENTS. 

Agent for Northern Department. 

Peter Gansevoort, N. Y., 3 May, ^802. Rev- 
olutionary Army. 

Agent for Middle Department. 
William Linnard, Pa., 3 May, 1802. 

Agent for Southern Department. 
Abraham D. Abrahams, Ga., 3 May, 1802. 



II REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 



Colonel. 

Thomas Butler, Pa., 1 April, 1802. Revo- 
lutionary Army. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

Thomas H. Gushing, Mass., 1 April, 1802. 
Revolutionary Army. 

Major. 

Jacob Kingsbury, Conn., 15 May, 1797. 
Revolutionary Army. 

Captains. 

Edward Butler, Pa., 5 Marcn, 1792. Revo- 
lutionary Army. 

Richard Sparks, Pa., 5 March, 1792. 
Benjamin Lockwood, Va., 10 July, 1797. 
Samuel C. Vance, Pa., 25 July, 1797. 
John Bowyer, Va., 14 Jan., 1799. 
Aaron Gregg. Va., 2 March, 1799. 
Robert Purdy, Pa., 2 March, 1799. 
Hugh McCall. S. C., 19 Aug., 1800. 
Francis Johnston, N. Y., 15 Nov., 1800. 
William R. Boote, 15 Nov., 1800. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Thomas Swaine, 1 Dec.. 1797. 
George Salmon, 2 March, 1799. 
John Campbell, Va., 2 March, 1799. 
Peter P. Schuyler, N. Y., 2 March. 1799. 
James Bomer, Tenn., 2 March, 1799. 
John Haines, Tenn.. 2 March. 1799. 
Samuel Lane, Md., 12 May, 1799. 
Mathew Arbuckle, Va.. 24 Oct.. 1799. 
Samuel Erwine. Pa., 16 Feb., 1801. 
John Braham, Va., 16 Feb., 1801. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Edmund P. Gaines. Tenn.. 16 Feb.. 1801. 
Robert G. Barde, S. C., 16 Feb., 1801. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 
Surgeons. 

John F. Carmichael, N. J., 5 March, 1792. 

Fort Adams, Miss. 
David Davis, Pa., 1 April, 1802. Detroit. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

Samuel M. Griffith, Va., 24 July, 1800. Fort 
George' Dm', R! L, 3 Aug., 1800. Fort Wol- 
Cha rles R Blake, Mass., 3 March, 1801. Fort 



, R. L, 3 March, 1801. Fort 
Edwa?d Reynold, Md., 3 March, 1801. Mouth 
Phmp th Tm-ner, Conn., 1 April, 1802. Fort 



John a p ar Fisher, N. Y., 1 April, 1802. Fort 
Mifflin. . ,. 

Francis Le Barren, Mass., 1 April, 

Michilimackinac. 

Alexander A. Peters, N. C., 1 April, 1802. 

, 1 AprU, 1802. 
eApril, 1802. Chick,, 
Tho a mas B H ff Jack, Ga., 1 April, 18J2. Mo- 

Robert Stark, Va., 1 April, 1802 Norfolk. 
Trueman Tuttle, Pa., 1 April, 1802. Kas 

Lymln^Spaulding, N. Y., 1 April, 1802. 

Hen?? Sckson Y Ga, 1 April, 1802. For 
Artillery in Ga. . A0 ,. 

James Lee. Conn., 1 April, i802. Fort 



. Pa., 1 Apr,,, 1802. Fort 
; Ma. T., 1 Apr,,, 1802. 
Vincennes. Inda. T. *r.n -ISA? 

Thomas J. Van Dyke, Del., 1 April, 1802. 
S. W. Point, Tenn. 



42 LIST OF ARMY ol-TH'KKS, 1805. 

A List of Officers in the Regiment of Artillerists, as arranged to 
Companies and Stations, 1 January, 18O5. 



FIELD OFFICERS. 

Colonel 
Henry Burbeck, Washington City. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Constant Freeman, New Orleans. 

Majors. 

Moses Porter. Territory of Louisiana. 
William MacRea, South West Point. 
James Bruff. St. Louis. 
Abimael Y. Nicoll, New Orleans. 

Captain*. 

Michael Kalterson, Fort Johnson. 

Amos Stoddard, Saint Louis. 

Lemuel Gates, Fort Constitution. 

James Read, Fort Mifflin. 

James Stile, New Orleans. 

John McClellan, St. Louis. 

Nehemiah Freeman, Fort Independence. 

James Sterrett, Natchitoches. 

Jonathan Robeson, New Orleans. 

Lloyd Beall, Fort Wolcott. 

Josiah Dunham, Michilimackinac. 

George W. Carmichael, Chickasaw Bluffs. 

William L. Cooper, New Orleans. 

John Saunders, Fort Nelson. 

Howell Cobb., S. W. Point. 

Richard Wiley, Fort Jay. 

Samuel T. Dyson, Detroit. 

James B. Many, New Orleans. 

John Fergus, New Orleans. 

Aathaniel Leonard, Niagara. 

1st Lieutenants. 
John B. Barnes, Fort Johnson. 
Clarence Mulford, St. Louis. 



Moses Swett, Fort Constitution. 
James House, Fort Mimin. 
William Wilson, New Orleans. 
George Peter, St. Louis. 
Leonard William, Fort Independence. 
Enoch Humphrey, Natchitoches. 
Joseph Kimbole, New Orleans. 
Charles Wollstoncraft, Fort Wolcott. 
Lewis Howard, Fort Wolcott. 
Joseph Cross, Michilimackinac. 
Robert W. Osborn, Chickasaw Bluffs. 
George Water-house, New Orleans. 
Adn. B. Armistead, Fort Nelson. 
William Yates, S. W. Point. 
John B. Walback, Fort Jay. 
Whiiam Cocks, Detroit. 
William A. Murray, New Orleans. 
Stephen Worrell, New Orleans. 
George Armistead, Niagara. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Robert Robert, Fort Johnson. 

James Reed, St. Louis. 

Robert Ritchie, Fort Constitution. 

Joseph Hanham, Fort Mifflin. 

Michael Welch, New Orleans. 

Samuel Gates, St. Louis. 

James McKellar. Fort Independence. 

Thomas A. Smith, Natchitoches. 

Thomas Murry, New Orleans. 

William Clark. Michilimackinac. 

James S. Swearingen, Chickasaw Bluffs 

Francis Newman, New Orleans. 

John Livingston, Fort Nelson. 

Reuben Smith. S. W. Point. 

Jonathan Eastman, Fort Jay. 

Porter Hanks, Detroit. 

Joseph R. Henderson, New Orleans. 

.fames S. Smith. New Orleans. 

Hannibal M. Allen, Niagara. 



A List of Officers in the Regiments of Infantry, as arranged to 
Companies and Stations, 1 January, 18O5. 



I REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 
FIELD OFFICERS. 

Colonel. 
Thomas Hunt, Detroit. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Jacob Kingsbury, Territory qf Louisiana. 

Major. 
Zebulon Pike. On Furlough without limit. 

Captains. 

Cornelius Lyman, Fort Massac. 
Russell Bissell, St. Louis. 
John Whistler, Fort Dearborn, Mich. 
Benjamin Lockwood, St. Louis. 
Uaniel Bissell, Fort Adams. 
Elijah strong, St. Louis. 
Merriwether Lewis, St. Louis. 
James Richmond, St. Louis. 
John McClary, St. Louis. 
John Whipple, Fort Wayne. 

1* Lieutenants. 

Nathan Heald, Fort Massac. 
Zebulon M. Pike, St. Louis. 



Moses Hooke, Fort Dearborn, Mien. 
William Carson, St. Louis. 
William Swan, Fort Adams. 
Ninian Pinkney, St. Louis, 
oames Rhea, St. Louis, 
^oratio Stark, St. Louis. 
Eli B. Clemson, St. Louis. 
Simon Owens, Fort Wayne. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Ambrose Whitlock, Fort Massac. 

Thomas B. Steele, St. Louis. 

William Whistler, Fort Dearborn, Mich 

William Richardson, St. Louis. 

jjaniel Hughes, Fort Adams. 

Joseph Miller, St. Louis. 

Henry Hopkins. St. Louis. 

John C. Symmes, St. Louis. 

Daniel Baker, St. Louis. 

Ensigns. 

Neal Duffee, Fort Massac. 
Alpha Kingsley, St. Louis. 
Jonathan Eastman, St. Louis. 
Hezekiah Johnson, Fort Adams. 
Simeon Knight, St. Louis. 
Joseph Dorr, St. Louis. 
John Roney, St. Louis. 
John Brownson, Fort Wayne. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1 805-1 80(>. 



43 



II REGIMENT OF IXFAXTRY. 
FIELD OFFICERS. 

Colonel. 
Thomas Butler, New Orleans. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
T. H. Gushing, St. Louis. 

Major. 
Thomas Pasteur, Territory of Orleans. 

Captains. 

Richard Sparks, Fort Adams. 
Edward D. Turner, Natchitoches. 
John Bowyer, Attakapas. 
Hugh McCall, Fort Wilkinson. 
Francis Johnston, Natchitoches. 
William R. Boote, Fort Wilkinson. 
Thomas Swaine, Fort Stoddert. 
John Campbell, Fort Adams. 
Peter B. Schuyler, Fort Stoddert. 
Joseph Bowmar, Natchitoches. 

list Lieutenants. 
Richard Buck, Fort Adams. 
William Piatt, Natchitoches. 
William Lawrence, Attakapas. 
Barthol. D. Armistead, Fort Wilkinson. 



Mathew Arbuckle, Natchitoches. 
Henry R. Graham, Fort Wilkinson. 
John Hanes, Fort Stoddert. 
John Brahan, Fort Adams. 
Edward P. Gaines, Fort Stoddert. 
James Wilkinson, Natchitoches. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

james Logan, Fort Adams. 
Josiah Taylor, Natchitoches. 
Henry B. Brevort, Attakapas. 
Samuel Williamson, Fort Wilkinson. 
Williams Simmons, Natchitoches. 
John Miller, Fort Wilkinson. 
Alfred Sebastian, Fort Stoddert. 
William P. Clyma, Fort Adams. 
Keuben Chamberlin, Fort Stoddert. 
Gilbert C. Russell, Natchitoches. 

Ensigns. 

George W. Sevier, Fort Adams. 
James Bludsworth, Natchitoches. 
Robert Peyton, Attakapas. 
Charles Magnan, Fort Wilkinson. 
John Hackett, Natchitoches. 
Anthony Foster, Fort Wilkinson. 
John R. N. Luckett, Fort Stoddert. 
William Mead, Fort Adams. 
Benjamin S. Smoot, Fort Stoddert. 
John Joseph Duforest, Natchitoches. 



Rank of the Captains and Subalterns in the United States Regi- 
ment of Artillery, 18O6. 



FIELD OFFICERS. 

Colonel. 
Henry Burbeck, 1 April, 1802. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Constant Freeman, 1 April, 1802. 

Majors. 

Moses Porter. 26 May, 1800. 
William MacRae, 31 July, 1800. 
4James Bruff, 15 Nov.. 1803. 
Abimael Y. Nicoll, 1 Dec., 1804. 

Captains. 

Michael Kaltiesen, 18 July. 1794. 
Amos Stoddard, 4 June, 1798. 
James Read, 4 June. 1798. 
Xchemiah Freeman, 6 Aug., 1798. 
I Lloyd Beall, 16 Feb., 1801. 
Josiah Dunham, 16 Feb., 1801. 
William Cooper, 15 Aug., 1801. 
John Saunders, 30 April, 1803. 
Richard Whiley, 15 Nov., 1803. 
Samuel T. Dyson, 15 Sept.. 1804. 
James B. Many, 1 Oct., 1804. 
John Fergus, 1 Dec.. 1804. 
Nathaniel Leonard, 1 Dec., 1804. 
Charles Wollstoncraft, 13 March, 1805. 
George Waterhouse, ?n Sept., 1805. 
James House, 1 Nov., 1805. 
William Yates, 31 Dec., 1805. 
John B. Walback. 31 Jan., 1806. 
Addison Armistead. 30 Sept.. 1806. 
ueorge Armistead, 31 Oct., 1806. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Lewis Howard, 16 Feb., 1801. 
William Cocks, 16 Feb., 1801. 



Moses Swett, 16 Feb., 1801. 
George Peter, 16 Feb., 1801. 
Clarence Mulford 16 Feb., 1801. 
Joseph Cross, 16 Feb., 1801. 
William Wilson. 16 Feb., 1801. 
William A. Murray, 16 Feb., 1801. 
Enoch Humphrey, 16 Feb., 1801. 
Stephen Worrell, 8 June, 1801. 
Francis Newman, 13 March, 1805. 
James S. Swearingen, 16 May. 1805. 
Thomas A. Smith, 31 Dec., 1805. 
William Clark, 31 Jan., 1806. 
Hannibal M. Allen, 31 Jan., 1806. 
James S. Smith, 31 April, 1806. 
Joseph Kimble, 18 Sept., 1806. 
Robert Roberts. 30 Oct., 1806. 
James Hannam, 31 Oct., 1806. 
Robert W. Osborn. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Michael Walsh, 17 Jan., 1805. 
James Reed, 17 Jan., 1805. 
Porter Hanks, 17 Jan., 1805. 
Thomas Murray, 17 Jan., 1805. 
Jonathan Eastman, 31 March, 1805. 
William Gates, 6 March, 1806. 
Julius Heileman, 6 March, 1806. 
Pascal V. Bouis, 6 March, 1806. 
John Gansevort, 6 March, 1806. 
Alexander Laneuville, 6 March, 4806. 
Elias Prible, 6 March, 1806. 
Hopeley Yeaton, 6 March, 1806. 
Jacob Jackson, 6 March, 1806. 
Thomas N. Vaughn, 21 April, ^806. 
Samuel Maclay, 21 April, 1806. 
Joseph Provaux, 34 Nov., 1806. 
Thomas Bennett, 14 Nov., 1806. 
Ethan Allen, 14 Nov., 1800. 
Robert Lucas, 14 Nov., 1806. 
John D. Wyndham, 14 Nov., 1806. 



44 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1806. 



Rank of the Captains and Subalterns in the 1st United States Reg- 
iment of Infantry. 18O6. 



FIELD OFFICERS. 

Colonel. 
Thomas Hunt, 11 April, 1803. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Jacob Kingsbury, 11 April, 1803. 

Major. 
Zebulon Pike, 21 March, 1800. 

Captains. 

Russell Bissell. 19 Feb., 1793. 
John Whistler, 1 July, 1797. 
Benjamin Lockwood. 10 July, 1797. 
Daniel Bissell, 1 Jan.. 1799. 
Elijah Strong, 23 Oct.. 1799. 
Meriwether Lewis. 5 Dec., 1800. 
John McClary, 1 July, 1801. 
John Whipple, 11 April, 1803. 
Moses Hooke, 13 March, 1805. 
Zebulon M. Pike. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Nathan Heald, 1 Nov., 1799. 
Eli B. Clemson, 30 April, 1800. 
James Rhea, 15 June, 1800. 



William Swan, 16 Feb., 1801. 
Ninian Pinkney, 16 Feb., 1801. 
William Carson, 16 Feb.. 1801. 
Horatio Stark, 11 April, 1803. 
Simon Owens, 15 Dec., 1803. 
Daniel Hughes. 
Daniel Baker. 



2nd Lieutenants. 

Ambrose Whitlock, 16 Feb.. 1801. 
William Whistler, 18 June, 1801. 
William Richardson, 12 Oct., 1802. 
Jonn C. Symmes, 1 May, 1804. 
Joseph Dorr, 23 March, 1805. 
Simeon Knight, 1 April, 1805. 
Alpha Kingsley, 25 June, 1805. 
John Roney, 24 Aug., 1806. 
Hezekiah Johnson. 20 June, 1806. 
Benjamin Marshall. 



Ensigns. 

John Brownson, 27 June, 1804. 
John Magouen, 27 June, 1804. 
John F. Bouel, 6 March, 180W. 
Tuomas Hambleton, 6 March, 1806. 
Joseph McKean, 6 March, 1806. 
James R. Peyton. 6 March, 1806. 
Jacob Albright, 6 March, 1806. 
John Read, 21 April, 1806. 
Louis Laranice, 14 Nov., 1806. 
Philip Ostrander, 14 Nov., 1806. 



Rank of the Captains and Subalterns in the 2nd United States 
Regiment of Infantry, 18O6. 



FIELD OFFICERS. 



Colonel. 



Thomas H. Gushing, 7 Sept., 1805. 



Major. 
Richard Sparks, 29 July, 1806. 

Captains. 

John Bowyer, 14 Jan., 1799. 
Hugh McCall, 19 Aug.. 1800. 
Francis Johnston, 15 Nov., 1800. 
William R. Boote. 15 Nov.. 1800. 
Thomas Swaine, 1 July, 1802. 
John Campbell, 30 Sept., 1803. 
Peter P. Schuyler, 20 Dec., 1803. 
John Hanes. 30 Nov., 1805. 
Mathew Arbuckle, 20 June, 1806. 
John Brahan, 29 July. 1806. 

1.st Lieutenants. 

Edmund P. Gaines. 27 April, 1802. 
Bartholomew D. Armistead, 12 Aug., 1802. 
James Wilkinson, 30 Sept.. 1803. 
Richard Buck. 30 NOV.. 1803. 
Henry R. Graham, 20 Dec., 1803. 



William Piatt, 16 June. 1804. 
William Lawrence, 12 Oct., 1804. 
Henry B. Brevort. 30 Nov., 1805. 
John Miller, 20 June, 1806. 
William P. Clyma ,29 July, 1806. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Reuben Chamberlin, 20 Dec., 1803. 
Samuel Williamson, 16 June. 1804. 
Gilbert C. Russell, 3 Sept., 1804. 
Alfred Sebastian, 12 Oct., 1804. 
George W. Sevier, 22 Aug., 1805. 
John R. N. Luckett, 30 Nov., 1805. 
Robert Peyton, 20 June, 1806. 
Benjamin S. emoot, 3 July. 1806. 
Charles Magnan, 29 July, 1806. 
John J. Duforest. 

Ensigns. 

John Hackett, 7 Jan., 1805. 
William C. Mead. 17 Jan.. 1805. 
Joan Pemberton, 6 March, 1806. 
Thomas Clements, 6 March, 1806. 
Thomas W. Small, 6 March, 1806. 
Auguste Chouteau. 20 June. 1806. 
David C. Dean, 14 Nov., 1806. 
James H. Mitchell, a.4 Nov., 1806. 
William F. Ware. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1806-1809. 



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The Army of the United States, April, 18O9. 



GENERAL STAFF. 

Brig Generals. 

James Wilkinson, 5 March, 1792. 
Wade Hampton, 15 Feb., 1809. 
Peter Gansevoort, 15 Feb., 1809. 

ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR. 

Major. 
Abimael Y. Nicoll, 2 April, 1807. 

Paymaster. 
Robert Brent, 1 July, 1808. 

CORPS OF ENGINEERS. 

Colonel. 
Jonathan Williams, 23 Feb., 1808. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Jared Mansfield, 25 Feb., 1808. 

Majors. 

Alexander Macomb, 23 Feb., 1808. 
Joseph G. Swift, 23 Feb., 1808. 

Captains. 

Walker K. Armistead, 30 Oct., 1806. 
George Bomford, 23 Feb., 1808. 
Wm. McRee, 23 Feb., 1808. 
Charles Gratiot, 23 Feb., 1808. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Alden Partridge, 30 Oct., 1806. 
Eleazer D. Wood. 23 Feb., 1808. 
William Partridge, 23 Feb., 1808. 
Prentiss Willard, 23 Feb., 1808. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Joseph G. Totten, 23 Feb., 1808. 
Samuel Babcock, 23 Feb., 1808. 
Daniel A. A. Buck, 23 Feb., 1808. 
Sylvanus Thayer, 23 Feb., 1808. 



REGIMENT OF ARTILLERISTS. 

Colonel. 
Henry Burbeck, 1 April, 1802. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Constant Freeman, 1 April, 1802. 

Majors. 

Moses Porter, 26 May. 1800. 
William MacRea, 31 July, 1800. 
Abimael Y. Nicoll, 1 Dec., 1804. 
Amos Stoddard, 30 June, 1807. 

Captains. 

James Read, 4 June, 1798. 
Nehemiah Freeman, 6 Aug., 1798. 
Llo-d Beall, 16 Feb.. 1801. 
Richard Wiley, 15 Nov., 1803. 
Samuel T. Dyson. 15 Sept., 1804. 
James B. Many, 1 Oct., 1804. 
Nathaniel Leonard, 1 Dec., 1804. 
Charles Wollstonecraft, 13 March, 1805. 
James House. 1 Nov., 1805. 
John De B. Walbach, 31 Jan.. 1806. 
Addison B. Armistead, 30 Sept.. 1806. 
George Armistead, 31 Oct., 1806. 
Lewis Howard, 1 Nov.. 1806. 
William Cocks, 11 April. 1807. 
Moses Swett, 30 June, 1807. 



Clarence Mulford, 30 April, 1808. 
William Wilson, May, 1808. 
William A. Murray, 21 May, 1808 
Joseph Cross, 7 Nov., 1808. 
Enoch Humphrey, 9 Jan., 1809. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Francis Newman, 13 March, 1805 
James S. Swearingen, 15 May, 1805. 
Hannibal M. Allen, 31 Jan., 1806. 
Joseph Kimball, 18 Sept., 1806. 
Robert Roberts, 31 Oct., 1806 
James R. Hannam, 1 Nov., 1806. 
Michael Walsh, 1 Nov., 1806 
James Reed, Dec., 1806. 
Porter Hands, 31 Dec., 1806. 
Thomas Murray, 11 April, 1807. 
Jonathan Eastman, 30 June, 1807 
William Gates, 3 Nov.. 1807. 
Julius F. Heileman, 30 April, 1808. 
John Gansevoort, May, 1808. 
Alexander Laneuville, 21 May, 1808. 
Esaias Preble May, 1808. 
Hopley Yeaton, 31 July, 1808. 
Thomas N. Vaughan, Sept., 1808. 
Samuel Maclay, Nov., 1808. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Joseph Proveaux, 14 Nov., 1806. 

Thomas Bennett, 14 Nov., 1806. 

Ethan A. Allen, 14 Nov., 1806. 

Robert Lucas, 14 Nov., 1806. 

John D. Wyndham, 14 Nov., 1806. 

Archibald Darragh, 27 Feb., 1807. 

Mann P. Lomax. 10 June, 1807. 

Justus Post, 9 Dec., 1807. 

Satterlee Clark, 9 Dec., 1807. 

Samuel Champlin, 9 Dec., 1807. 

John Anderson, 9 Dec., 1807. 

Samuel B. Bathbone, 13 June, 1808. 

Heman A. Fay, 13 June, 1808. 

Milo Mason, 9 Jan., 1809. 

Christopher Van DeVenter, 9 Jan., 1809. 

John Fitzgerald, 9 Jan., 1809. 

John Erving, Jr., 9 Jan., 1809. 

Solomon G. Conklin, 24 Jan., 1809. 

Augustus .W. Magee, 24 Jan., 1809. 

Abraham L. Sands, 18 Feb., 1809. 



REGIMENT OF LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

Major. 
John Saunders, 9 Jan., 1809. 

Captains. 

George Peter. 3 Nov., 1807. 
Winfleld Scott, 3 May, 1808. 
Abraham Eustis, 3 May, 1808. 
William N. Irvine, 3 May, 1808. 
Joseph Chandler, 3 May, 1808. 
Josiah G. Telfair, 3 May, 1808. 
Daniel Gano, 3 May, 1808. 
Solomon N. Townsend, 3 May. 1808. 
Nathan Esterbrook, 3 May, 1808. 
John R. Spann, 1 July, 1808. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Thomas Pitts. 3 May, 1808. 
Alexander S. Brooks, 3 May. 1808. 
Samuel Watson, 18 June, 1808. 
John H. T. Estes. 1 July, 1808. 
James S. McKelvey. 1 July, 1808. 
James Gibson, 12 Dec.. 1808. 
William Campbell. 12 Dec., 1808. 
Robert H. Macpherson. 12 Dec.. 1808. 
John N. Mclntosh. 12 Dec.. 1808. 
Samuel Price, 12 Dec., 1808. 



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LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1809. 



2nd Lieutenants. 

Killian X. Van Rensselaer, 3 Maj 
Andrew McDowell, 18 June, 1808 
Samuel H. Holley, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Samuel Newman, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Alpheus Roberts, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Luther Leonard, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Henry Le Nud, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Benjamjin Branch, 12 Dec., 1808. 
George W. Melvin, 12 Dec., 1808. 

Surgeon. 
Dennis Claude, 12 Dec., 1808. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Peter Turner, 12 Dec., 1808. 



1808. 



REGIMENT OF LIGHT DRAGOONS. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Leonard Covington, 9 Jan., 1809. 



Electus Backus, 



Major. 
Oct., 1808. 



Captains. 

Alexander F. Rose, 3 May, 1808. 
Clement C. Biddle, 3 May, 1808. 
Jacint Laval, o May, 1808. 
David Brearly, 3 May, 1808. 
Noah Lester, 13 June, 1808. 
James Thomas, 1 July, 1808. 
Isaac A. Coles, 16 Jan., 1809. 
Nelson Luckett, 23 Feb., 1809. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Alexander S. Lyle, 3 May, 1808. 
Bille. Williams,' 3 May, 1808. 
Thomas A. Helms, 3 May, 1808. 
James J. Bowie, 3 May, 1808. 
Arthur P. Hayne, 3 May, 1808. 
Asa Morgan, 13 June, 1808. 
John M. Barclay, 18 June, 1808. 
Seleck Osborn, 8 July, 1808. 

2nd lieutenants. 
Silas Halsey, 3 May, 1808. 
Samuel M. Lee, 3 May. 1808. 
Alexander Cummings, 3 May, 1808 
George Nicols, 13 June, 1808. 
William M. Littlejohn, 1 July, 1808. 
Jonas Munroe, 8 July. 1808. 
Ferdinand Ludlow, 12 Dec., 1808. 
George Haig, 12 Dec., 1808. 

Cornets. 

Leyi Hukill, 3 May, 1808. 
Elijah Boardman, 13 June, 1808 
John Hollingshead, 18 June, 1808. 
Joseph Kean, 1 July, 1808. 
Henry Whitin.tr. 20 Oct., 1808. 
Robert P. McKelvay, 12 Dec 1808 
George Birch. 12 Dec., 1808. 
Adlton Haxtun, 25 Jan., 1809. 

Surgeon. 
Lewis Dunham, 12 Dec., 1808. 



FIRST REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Jacob Kingsbury, 18 Aug., 1808. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Daniel Bissell, 18 Aug., 1808. 

Major. 
Zobulon Pike. 21 March. 1800. 



Captains. 

John Whistler, 1 July, 17l>7. 

Elijah Strong, 23 Oct.. 170!) Promoted 

Major 7th, 15 Dec., 1808. 
Nathan Heald, 31 Jan., 1807. 
Eli B. Clemson. 4 March. 1807. 
James Rhea, 29 July, 1807. 
iWlliam Swan, 15 Nov., 1807. 
Ninian Pinkney, 9 Dec., 1807. 
William Carson, 20 Jan., 1808 
Horatio Stark, 3 May, 1808. 
Simon Owens, 18 Aug., 1808. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Daniel Hughes, 23 March, 1805. Promoted 

Capt. 15 Dec.. 1808. 
Daniel Baker, Aus-., 1806. 
Ambrose Whitlock, 31 Jan., 1807. 
William Whistler, 4 March. 1807. 
John C. Symmes, 29 July, 1807. 
Simeon Knight, 9 Dec., 1807. 
Alpha Kingsley, 20 Jan., 1808. 
Hezekiah Johnson, 18 Aug., 1808. 
Benjamin Marshall, 14 Oct., 1808. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

~ohn Brownson, Jan., 1807. 
Thomas Hamilton, June. 1807. 
James R. Peyton, July, 1807 
Jacob W. Albright, Nov., 1807. 
John Read. 

Louis Loramier. 20 Jan., 1808. 
Pnilip Ostrander, May, 1808 
Nathaniel Pryor, May, 1808. 
Seth Thompson. 18 Aug., 1808 
Michael Immell, 14 Oct., 1808. 

Ensigns. 

Samuel Perkins. 9 Dec., 1807. 
Linai T. Helm. 9 Dec., 1807. 
William H. Lithgow. 9 Dec., 1807. 
James W. Bryson, 23 April, 1808. 
Robert C. Page, 23 April, 1808. 
John Campbell, 13 June. 1808. 
Dixon Stansbury. 13 June, 1808. 
Parker Greenough. 12 Dec.. 1808. 
Lewis Bissell, 12 Dec., 1808. 



II REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Thomas H. Gushing. 7 Sept., 1805. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Richard Sparks. 29 July, 1806. 

Major. 
John Bowyer, 18 Aug.. 1808. 

Cap ta ins. 

Hugh McCall.. 19 Aug.. 1800. 
Francis Johnston, 15 Nov., 1ROO. 
William R. Boote. 15 Nov., 1800. 
John Campbell, 30 Sept.. 1803. 
Peter P. Schuyler. 20 Dec.. 1S03 
Mathew Arbuckle, 20 June, 1800. 
John Brahan, 29 July. 1806 
Edmund P. Gaines, 28 Feb., 1807. 
Bartholomew D. Armiatead, j.8 Aug., 1808. 
James B. Wilkinson, 8 Oct., 1808. 

1-sf Lirittcmnifii. 

William Piatt. 10 Juno. 1804. 
William Lawrence. 12 Oct., 1804. 
Henry B. Brevoort, 30 Nov., 1805 
John Miller. 20 June, 1800. 
Reuben Chamberlin, Oct.. isoo. 



LIST OF AliM-Y OFFICERS, 



John R. N. Luckett, Aug., 1807. 
.uobert Peyton, Jan., 1808. 
Uenjamin S. Smoot, 3 May, 1808. 
John V. Duforest. Aug., 1808. 
John Hackett, Dec., 1808. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

William C. Mead, Feb., 1807. 
John T. Pemberton, 27 Feb., 1807. 
William F. Ware, Jan., 1808. 
John C. Carter, Jan., 1808. 
John M. Davis, May, 1808. 
John Wetzel, July, 1808. 
Alexander Brownlow, Sept., 1808. 
Jesse White, Oct., 1808. 
Samuel Noah, 18 Aug., 1808. 

Ensigns. 

Robert G. Seeley, 9 Dec., 1807. 
John Stanard, 9 Dec., 1807. 
John Mathers, 13 June, 1808. 
Benedict Stewart, 13 June, 1808. 
Robert Cherry, 13 June, 1808. 
John T. Wirt. 12 Dec., 1808. 
John H. Robinson, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Evert Bogardus, 12 Dec., 180o. 
Ilezekiah Bradley. 12 Dec., 1808. 
Baronv Vasquez, 12 Dec., 1808. 



Ill REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Edward Pasteur, 3 May, 1808. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
John Smith, 9 Jan., 1809. 

Major. 
Homer V. Milton, 3 May, 1808. 

Captains. 

John Darrington, 3 May, 1808. 
Mossman Houston, 3 May, 1808. 
Abner Pasteur, 3 May, 1808. 
Ross Bird, 1 July, 1808. 
John Nicks, 1 July, 1808. 
Henry Atkinson, 1 July, 1808. 
Jacob J. Faust, 1 July, 1808. 
Prentiss Law, 1 July, 1808. 
John McClelland, 1 July, 1808. 
James Woodruff, 12 Dec., 1808. 

1st Lieutenants. 
William Butler, 3 May, 1808. 
( adwalader Jones, 3 May, 1808. 
Robert McDougall, 3 May, 1808. 
Robert B. Moore. 3 May, 1808. 
Duncan L. Clinch, 1 July, 1808. 
James E. Dinkins, Jr., 1 July, 1808 
nays G. White, 1 July, 180*8. 
William S. Hamilton, 1 July, 1808. 
James Moore, 12 Dec., 1808 
William R. Davis, 27 Jan., 1809. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Samuel W. Butler, 3 May. 1808. 
Henry Chotard, 3 May, 1808 
William Johnson, 3 May, 1808. 
Timothy Spann, 1 July, 1808 
Benajmin D. Herriott,' 1 July, 1808 
Benjamin M. Jackson, 1 July, 18O6. 
Charles C. McKenzie, 1 July, 1808. 
Holloway James, 12 Dec., 1808 
Edward Mason, 12 Dec., 1808. 

Ensigns. 

Stephen Rose, 3 May, 1808. 
Samuel C. Mabson, 1 July, 1808 
Robert Watson, 1 July, 1808. 



John Burnett, 1 July, 1808. 
Joel Lyon, i July, 1808. 
Sterling Anderson, 1 July, 1808. 
William Laval, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Benjamin Harvey, Jr., 12 Dec., 1808. 



IV REGIMENT OF INFANTRY, 

Colonel. 
John P. Boyd, 7 Oct., 1808. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
John Whiting, 8 July, 1808. 

Major. 
James Miller, 8 July, 1808. 

Captains. 

William C. Baen, 3 May, 1808. 
Paul Went worth, 3 May, 1808 
David Byers, 3 May, 1808. 
Stephen Ranney, 13 June, 1808. 
Joel Cook, 13 June, 1808. 
Isaiah Doane, 13 June, 1808 
George W. Prescott, 18 June. 1808. 
John Binney, 12 Dec., 1808. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Alden G. Cushman, 3 May 1808 
Josiah Snelling, 3 May, 1808 
Robert C. Barton, 3 May, 1808. 
William Welsh. 13 June, 1808 
Nicoll Fosdic, 13 June. 1808. 
Oliver G. Burton. 18 June, 1808. 
Samuel Haines, 18 June, 1808 
Nathaniel F. Adams, 18 June, 1808. 
Samuel Page, 18 June, 1808. 
Charles Fuller, 1 July, 1808. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Charles Larrabee. 13 June, 1808. 
Ebenezer Way, 18 June, 1808. 
Minor Huntington, 18 June, 1808. 
Jackson Durant, 18 June, 1808. 
Lewis Harrington, 1 July, 1808. 
Samuel Borden, 1 July. 1808. 
John L. Eastman, 12 Dec., 1808 
Benjamin Hill, 12 Dec., 1808. 

Ensigns. 

Timothy Gerrish, 3 May, 180 
Frederick Conklin, 18 June, 1808. 
Abraham Hawkins, 18 June, 1808. 
George P. Peters. 18 June, 1808 
Jonathan Simonds, 13 June, 1808. 
John Smith, 18 June, 1808. 
Lewis Peckham, 12 Dec., 1808. 
George Gooding, 12 Dec.. 1808. 
Anson Hall, 27 Jan.. 1809. 
Josiah Bacon, Jr., 27 Jan., 1809. 

Surgeon. 
Josiah D. Foster, 12 Dec., 1808. 



V. REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Alexander Parker, 3 May, 1808. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
William D. Beall, 12 Dec., 1808. 

Major. 
Tully Robinson. 16 Jan.. 1809. 

Captains. 

Nimrod Long, 3 May. 1808. 
George Gibson, 3 May, 1808. 






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LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1809. 



Richard C. Dale, 3 May, 1808. 
Edward Dillard, 3 May. 1808. 
Benjamin Wallace, 18 June, 1808. 
James Bankhead, 18 June, 1808. 
Colin Buckner, 1 July, 1808. 
William E. Williams, 16 Jan., 1809. 
John Johnson, 25 Jan., 1809. 
Fayette Roane, 25 Jan., 1809. 

1st Lieutenants. 
George M. Brooke, 3 May, 1808. 
Richard Whartenby, 3 May, 1808. 
Townsend Stith, 3 May, 1808. 
Roger A. Jones, 3 May, 1808. 
James Fonerdon, 3 May. 1808. 
Mordecai Griffith, 3 May, 1808. 
Henry Saunders 3 May. 1808. 
Alexander Mcllhenny, 18 June, 1808. 
Talbot Chambers, 18 June, 1808. 
James Dorman, 1 July, 1808. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

William S. Henshaw, 3 May, 1808. 
Leroy Opie, 3 May, 1808. 
Richard H. Bell, 3 May, 1808. 
Jacob Hindman, 3 May. 1808. 
Washington Lee, 3 May, 1808. 
William King, 3 May, 1808. 
George Washington, 24 Oct.. 1808. 
Ellas Edmunds, Nov., 1808. 

Ensigns. 

Robert Carson, 3 May, 1808. 
John Jamison, Jr., 1 July, 1808. 
James Saunders, 1 July, 1808. 
Daniel Ward. 12 Dec., 1808. 
Jeremiah Yancey, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Joseph Owens, 12 Dec., 1808. 
John Suter. 
Edward L. Lomax, 25 Jan., 1809. 

Surgeon. 
William Upshaw, 12 Dec., 1808. 



VI REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Jonas Simonds, 8 July, 1808. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Joseph Constant, 7 Oct., 1808. 

Major. 
Zebulon M. Pike, 3 May, 1808. 

Captains. 

WMlliam P. Bennett, 3 May, 1808. 
Ebenezer Cross, 3 May, 1808. 
Samuel Cherry, 3 May, 1808. 
John T. Bentley, 3 May, 1808. 
Thomas Davis, 3 May, 1808. 
Jonathan Brooks, 18 June, 1808. 
William Cock, 18 June, 1808. 
William Pennell, 12 Dec., 1808. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Ebenezer Bebee, 3 May. 1808. 
John Christie, 3 May. 1808. 
James Chambers, 3 May, 1808. 
John Machesney, 3 May, 1808. 
George Nelson, 3 May, 1808. 
John T. Arrowsmith, 3 May, 1808. 
Gad Humphreys, 3 May, 1808. 
John Wai worth, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Peter Muhlenberg, Jr., 12 Dec., 1808. 
John Stewart, 25 Jan.. 1809. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Clement Sadlier, 3 May, 1808. 
William Nicholas, 3 May, 1808. 



Abel Morse, 3 May 1808. 
Robert Sterry, 3 Mav 1808. 
James E. A. Masters, 3 May, 1808. 
Chauncey Pettibone, 3 May, 1808 
Henry Philips, 3 May, 1808. 
John J. Plume, 18 June, 1808. 
James J. Voorhees, 18 June, 18C8. 
John Gilland, 25 Jan., 1809. 

Ensigns. 

Neil Shaw, 3 May, 1808. 
William Gamble. 3 May. 1808. 
Edward Webb, 3 May, 1808. 
Charles K. Gardner, 3 May, 1808 
Henry Shell, 3 May, 1808. 
Jacob Sinn, 3 May, 1808. 
Jacob Heet, 3 May, 1808. 
Asa Grimes, 18 June, 1808. 
John Reigart, 25 Jan., 1809. 

Surgeon. 
Isaac Davis, 12 Dec., 1808. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
William E. Lee, 12 Dec., 1808. 



VII REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
William Russell, 3 May, 1808. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Robert Purdy, 9 Jan., 1809. 

Major. 
Elijah Strong, 15 Dec.. 1808. 

Captains. 

Gilbert C. Russell, 3 May, 1808. 
Robert C. Nicholas, 3 May, 1808. 
George R. C. Floyd, 3 May, 1808. 
Thomas J. Vandyke, 3 May, 1808. 
Thornton Posey, 3 May, 1808. 
Edward Hord, 3 May, 1808. 
Arthur Morgan, 3 May, 1808. 
James Desha, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Thomas Be.\ll. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Uriah Blue, 3 May, 1808. 
Martin Duralde, 3 May, 1808. 
Richard Oldham, 3 May, 1808. 
James Doherty, 3 May. 1808. 
Enos Cutler, 3 May, 1808. 
Zachariah Taylor, 3 May, 1808. 
Walter H. Overton, 3 May, 1808. 
Gary Nicholas, 3 May, 1808. 
William McClellan, 3 May, 1808. 
Alexander Calvit. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Alexander A. White, 3 May, 1808. 
Thomas S. Jesup, 3 May, 1808. 
Elisha Edwards, 3 May, 1808. 
Narcissus Broutin, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Jesse Jennings, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Archibald Greer, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Jeoffrey Robertson, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Duff Green, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Alexander Smith, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Isaac Dunbar. 

Ensigns. 

John Hughes, 3 May. 1808. 
William S. Allen, 3 May, 1808. 
James S. Waide, 3 May, 1808. 
Samuel Vail, 3 May, 1808. 
Samuel McCormick. 3 May. 1808. 
Lewis P. Ducros, 12 Dec., 1808. 
George C. Allen, 12 Dec., 1808. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1809. 



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Elijah Montgomery. 12 Dec., 1808. 
Joseph Philips, 12 Dec., 1808. 
David McClellan. 12 Dec.. 1808. 

Surgeon. 
Alfred Thurston, 12 Dec., 1808. 



REGIMENT OF RIFLEMEN. 

Colonel. 
Alexander Smyth, 8 July, 1808. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
\> illiam Duane, 8 July, 1808. 

Major. 
John Fuller, 12 Dec., 1808. 

Gaptaint. 

Thomas A. Smith, 3 May, 1808. 
George W. Sevier, 3 May, 1808. 
James McDonald. 3 May. 1808. 
John Ragan, 3 May. 1808. 
Moses Whitney, 18 June, 1808. 
David Findley. 18 June, 1808. 
Alexander S. Walker, 1 July, 1808. 
Benjamin Forsythe, 1 July, 1808. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Abraham A. Massias, 3 May. 1808. 
Thomas Spencer, 3 May, 1808. 
Fielder Ridgeway. 3 May. 1808. 
Charles rorterfield, 3 May. 1808. 
Michael C. Hays. 3 May, 1808. 
Dill. Armor. 18 June, 1808. 
Benjamin Champney, 27 Oct.. 1808. 
George Morrison, 12 Dec., 1808. 
David Moss. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Elzey L. James, 3 May, 1808. 
Lodowick Morgan. 3 May, 1808. 
Matthew Cannon. 3 May, 1808. 
Daniel Appling. 3 May. 1808. 
Joshua Hamilton, 18 May, 1808. 
Horace S. White. 12 Dec., 1808. 
Lewis Weir. 12 Dec., 1808. 
Thomas A. Patterson, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Thomas Ramsey, 27 Jan., 1809. 
William Smith. 



Ensigns. 

Joseph S. Pepper, 3 May, 1808. 
Elias Stallings, 3 May, 1808. 
Arthur W. Thornton, 3 May, 1808. 
Francis Stribling, 3 May. 1808. 
Augustus L. Langham, 3 May, 1808 
John Logan, 1 July, 1808. 
William D. Jones, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Edmund Foster, 12 Dec., 1808. 
James Johnson, 12 Dec., 1808. 

Surgeon. 
Smith Cutler, 12 Dec., 1808. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Enos Lewis, 12 Dec., 1808. 

SURGEONS AND SURGEON'S MATES. 

Surgeons. 

Oliver H. Spencer, 9 Oct.. 1804. 
Francis Le Barren, Dec., 1808. 

Surgeons' Mates. 
Samuel McKee, 26 March, 1802. 
William C. Smith, 2 July, 1802 . 
John F. Hellman, 2 July, 1802. 
George W. Maupin, 5 Nov., 1802. 
Joseph Goodhue, 8 Feb.. 1803. 
John Watson, 22 Nov., 1803. 
Abraham Edwards, 8 June, 1804. 
Antony Saugrain. 17 Jan., 1805. 
Reuben Everitt, 6 March, 1806. 
Abraham Stewart, 6 March, 1806. 
James H. Sargent, 6 March, 1806. 
Alexander Macauley, 11 June, 1806. 
James V. Stewart, 27 Feb., 1807. 
Alexander H. Morrison, 27 Feb., 1807. 
Robert Huston, 27 Feb., 1807. 
Charles Slocum, 25 March, 1807. 
Henry Skinner, 30 July. 1807. 
Wriiam H. Emery, 9 Dec., 1807. 
Sylvester Day, 9 Dec., 1807. 
John Biglow, 9 Dec., 1807. 
Lemuel B. Clarke, 4 Jan., 1808. 
Robert Simpson, 13 June, 1808. 
John L. Murray, 13 June, 1808. 
William T. Davidson, 13 June, 1808. 
John Cooper, 13 June. 1808. 
William A. Dandridge, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Thomas A. Holland, 2 Feb., 1809. 
Joseph West, 10 June, 1809. 



Casualties, U. S. Army, since January 1, 1809. 



RESIGNATION OF OFFICERS. 

William A. Murray, Capt. Artillerists, 1 

Oct., 1809. 
Joseph Kimball, 1st Lieut Artillerists, 1 

Aug., 1809. 
George Peter, Capt. Light Artillery, 11 

June, 1809. 
Joseph Chandler, Capt. Light Artillery, 1 

Sept., 1809. 
Daniel Gano. Capt. Light Artillery, 20 

April, 1809. 
Samuel Watson, 1st Lieut. Light Artillery, 

11 Sept., 1809. 
Samuel H. Holley. 2nd Lieut. Light Artil 

lery, 1 Jan., 1810. 
Alexander F. Rose, Capt. Light Dragoons, 

10 Nov.. 1809. 
Clement Biddle, Capt. Light Dragoons, 30 

Sept., 1809. 
Isaac A. Coles, Capt. Light Dragoons, 18 

Jan., 1810. 

John M. Barclay, 1st Lieut. Light Dra- 
goons, 1 Sept., 1809. 
4 



George Nichols, 2nd Lieut. Light Dragoons, 

4 July, 1809. 
Jonas Munroe, 2nd Lieut. Light Dragoons, 

15 Sept., 1809. 

Ferdinand Ludlow, 2nd Lieut. Light Dra- 
goons. 15 Dec., 1809. 
John Read, 2nd Lieut. 1st Infantry, 31 Jan., 

1809. 
John Brahan, Capt. 2nd Infantry, 1 Jan., 

1810. 
Benjamin S. Smoot, 1st Lieut. 2nd Infantry, 

1 April, 1809. 
John Hacket, 1st Lieut. 2nd Infantry, 31 

Jan., 1809. 
Abner Pasteur, Capt. 3rd Infantry, 1 Jan., 

Charles C. McKenzie, 2nd Lieut. 3rd Infan- 
try, 15 Oct., 1809. 

Nicoll Fosdic, 1st Lieut. 4th Infantry, 1 
Dec 1809. 

Samuel Haines, 1st Lieut. 4th Infantry, 15 
June, 1809. 

Lewis Harrington, 2nd Lieut. 4th Infantry, 
15 Oct., 1809. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1809-1810. ' 



Timothy Gerrish, Ensign 4th Infantry, 1 

Sept., 1809. 
Alexander Parker, Col. 5th Infantry, 31 

Dec., 1809. 
Tully Robinson, Major 5th Infantry, 9 May, 

Roger A. Jones, 1st Lieut. 5th Infantry, 1 

Sept., 1809. 
James Fonerdon, 1st Lieut. 5th Infantry; 

16 April. 1809. 
Mordecai Griffith, 1st Lieut. 5th Infantry, 

10 July, 1809. 
Jeremiah Yancey, Ensign 5th Infantry, 20 

Oct., 1809. 
Ebenezer Cross, Capt. 6th Infantry, 10 

June, 1809. 
Thomas Davis, Capt. 6th Infantry, 1 Jan., 

1810. 
William Cock, Capt. 6th Infantry, 31 Dec., 

1809. 
William Pennell, Capt. 6th Infantry, 1 Sept., 

1809. 
Abel Morse, 2nd Lieut. 6th Infantry, 10 

Nov., 1809. 
John Gailland, 2nd Lieut. 6th Infantry, 11 

Nov., 1809. 
William Gamble, Ensign 6th Infantry, 30 

April, 1809. 
Asa Grimes, Ensign 6th Infantry, 31 May, 

1809. 
Edward Hord, Capt. 7th Infantry, 1 Jan., 

1810. 
James Desha, Capt. 7th Infantry, 1 Dec., 

1809. 
Duff Green, 2nd Lieut. 7th Infantry, 6 Oct., 

1809. 
Alexander Smith, 2nd Lieut. 7th Infantry, 

1 Nov.. 1809. 
John Hughes, Ensign 7th Infantry, 2 May, 

1809. 
William S. Allen, Ensign 7tn Infantry, 20 

Oct., 1809. 
Horace S. White, 2nd Lieut. Riflemen, 1 

July, 1808. 
Joseph S. Pepper, Ensign Riflemen, May, 

1809. 
Angus Langham, Ensign Riflemen, 15 April, 

1809. 

John Logan, Ensign, Riflemen, 1 Oct., 1800. 
Edmund Foster, Ensign Riflemen, 1 Julv, 

1809. 
Enos Lewis, Surgeon's Mate Riflemen, 1 

Sept., 1809. 
Thomas H. Holland, Surgeon's Mate, Peace 

Establishment, 1 Sept., 1809. 



DISMISSAL OF OFFICERS, BY SENTENCES OF 
GENERAL COURTS MARTIAL. 

Robert McDougal, 1st Lieut. 3rd Infantry, 

7 Aug., 1809. 
Isaiah Doane, Capt. 4th Infantry, 12 June, 

David Byers, Capt. 4th Infantry, 31 Oct., 

1809. 
Alden G. Cushman, 1st Lieut. 4th Infantry, 

3 July, 1809. 
Alexander S. Walker, Capt. Riflemen, 1 

Jan., 1810. 
Matthew Cannon, 2nd Lieut. Riflemen, 1 

Jan., 1810, 



DEATHS OF OFFICERS. 



Alpheus Roberts, 2nd Lieut., Light Artil- 
lery, 27 Aug., 1809. New Orleans. 

James I. Bowie, 1st Lieut. Light Dragoons, 
27 May, 1809, New Orleans. 

Milton Haxton, Cornet Light Dragoons, 29 
Dec., 1809, Carlisle, Pa. 

William Lithgow, Ensign 1st Infantry, 1J> 
June, 1809, New Orleans. 

Francis Johnson, Capt. 2nd Infantry, 17 
Feb., 1809, Columbian Springs. 

John C. Carter, 2nd Lieut. 2nd Infantry, 2 
April, 1809. 

Edward Mason, 2nd Lieut., 3rd Infautry, 19 
June, 1809, New Orleans. 

Robert Watson, Ensign 3rd Infantry, Oct., 
1809, Point Coupee. 

John T. Bentley, Capt. 6th Infantry, 20 
Oct., 1809, New Orleans. 

James Chambers, 1st Lieut. 6th Infantry, 
10 Oct., 1809, New York. 

Lewis P. Ducros, Ensign 7th Infantry, 20 
June, 1809, New Orleans. 

David Finley, Capt. Riflemen, 1 July, 1809, 
Fort Adams. M. T. 

George Morrison, 1st Lieut. Riflemen, 21 
May, 1809. 

William D. Jones, Ensign Riflemen, 22 Aug., 
1809, New Orleans. 

Samuel McKe. Surgeon's Mate, Peace Es- 
tablishment, 5 Nov., 1809, Vincennes. 

John Biglow. Surgeon's Mate, Peace Estab- 
lishment, 1808. 



LIST 

OF THR 

OFFICERS OF THE ARMY 

1812-13 



WAR DEPARTMENT. 

Secretary of War. 

John Armstrong. 

Colonel David Henly, clerk, employed at his 

lodgings in recording proceedings of court 

martials. 

Adjutant General. 
Thomas H. Cushing. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals. 
Abimael Y. Nicoll. 
Washington Lee. 
Enos Cutler. 

Paymaster of the Army. 
Robert Brent. 

Commissary General of Ordnance. 
Decius Wadsworth. 

Deputy Commissary. 
Capt. John Morton. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 

Major Generals. 

Henry Dearborn, Mass., 27 Jan.. 1812. 
Thomas Pinckney, S. C., 27 March, 1812. 

Brig. Generals. 

James Wilkinson, Md., 5 March, 1792. Ma- 
jor General by Brevet. 

Wade Hampton, S. C.. 15 Feb., 1809. 

Joseph Bloomfield, N. J., 27 March, 1812. 

James Winchester, Tenn., 27 March, 1812. 

William Hull. Mass., 8 April, 1812. 

Thomas Plouroy, Ga., 18 June, 1812. 

John Chandler, Mass.. 8 July, 1812. 

William H. Harrison, Indiana Ter., 22 Aug., 
1812. 

John P. Boyd, Mass., 26 Aug., 1812. 



Inspector General. 

Alexander Smyth, Va., 6 July, 1812. Rank 
of Brigadier. 

Quartermaster General. 

Morgan Lewis, N. Y., 3 April, 1812. Rank 
of Brigadier. 

Adjutant and Inspector. 

A. Y. Nicoll, N. Y., 2 April, 1807. Major of 
Artillerists. 

Paymaster of the Army. 
Robert Brent, Dist. of Col., 1 July, 1808. 



QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT. 

Deputy Quartermasters 
Anthony Lamb, N. Y., 3 April, 1812. 
William Linnard, Penn., 3 April, 1812. 
William Swann, Mass., 3 April, 1812. 
Jacob Eustis, Mass., 8 April, 1812. 
Bart. Shaumburgh, La., 15 May, 1812. 
James Thomas, Mass., 1 Sept., 1812. 



ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. 
Commissary General. 

Decius Wadsworth, Conn., 2 July, 1812. 
Rank of Colonel. 

Assistant Commissary General. 
George Bumford, N. Y., 18 June, 1812. 
Major of Engineers. 

Deputy Commissaries. 
Sylvanus Thayer, Mass., 11 Sept., 1812. 

Rank of Captain. 
John Morton, N. Y., 11 Sept., 1812. Rank 

of Captain. 
Abraham R. Woolley, N. J., 4 Dec., 1812. 

Rank of Captain. 
John H. Magart, S. C., 31 Dec., 1812. Rank 

of Captain. 



GENERAL STAFF OFFICERS. 

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT. 
Adjutant General. 
Thomas H. Cushing, Mass., G July, 1812. 

Rank of Brigadier. Callender Irvine, Penn., 8 Aug., 1812. 

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LIST OF ARMY OFFICE US, 1812-1;*. 



Deputy Commissaries. 

John M'Kinney, Dist. of Col.. 25 April, 1812. 
Benjamin Morgan. La., 18 May. IM'J. 
.7. H. riummer. Tenn., 4 June, isnv 
Thomas Buford. Ky., 4 June, 1812. 
John Langdon, Jun., N. H., 4 June, 1812. 
John Cumings. Ga., 18 June, 1812. 
Amasa Stetson. Mass.. 22 June. 1812. 
Benjamin Cudworth, S. C.. 6 Julv, 1812. 
John Stith, Va., 6 July, 1812. 
Hanson Kelly, N. C., 6 July, 1812. 
Elisha Tracy, Conn., 6 July, 1812. 
William Jarvis. Vt., 18 Aug., 1812. 
Samuel Russell. N. Y.. 18 Sept., 1812. 



HOSPITAL AND GARRISON SURGEONS AND 
MATES. 

Hospital Surgeons. 

John M'Daniel. Va., 7 July, 1809. 
James Mann. Mass., 9 April, 1812. 
Garrett E. Pendergrast, Peiin., 25 April, 

1812. 

David C. Kerr., Va.. 30 April, 1812. 
Samuel Akerly. X. Y., 6 July, 1812. 
John Parker Gouch, S. C., 6 July, 1812. 

Garrison Surgeons. 

Oliver II. Snncer. Ohio. 9 Oct.. 1804. 
Francis Le Barron, Mass., 14 Dec., 1808. 

Hospital Surgeon's Mates. 

William Thomas, N. Y.. 7 July. 1809. 
Rogers Smith, N. H., 14 May. 1812. 
James Stephenson. Va.. 27 May 1812. 
Stephen Sutton, Va.. 27 May. 1812. 
Hosea Blood. Ky., 6 July. 1812. 
Samuel Schofield, N. Y., 15 Sept., 1812. 

Garrison Surgeon's Mates. 
Joseph West, It) June. 1802. 
John F. Hirlman. Mass., 2 July. 1802. 
George W. Mauphin, Va.. 5 Nov.. 1802. 
Joseph Goodhue. N. H.. 8 Feb.. 1803. 
Abraham Stewart, 6 March, 1800. 
James H. Sargent. 6 March. 1806. 
Robert Huston. Penn., 27 Feb., 1807. 
Charles Slocum, Conn.. 25 March 1807 
Henry Skinner, 30 July. 1807. 
Sylvester Day. 9 Dec.. "1807. 
Lemuel B. Clark. 4 Jan.. 1808. 
William T. Davidson. Penn.. 13 June, 1808. 
Thomas Pinkerton. Md.. 1 May, 1809. 
John H. Turner, 1 May. 1810. 
William Turner, 9 July, 1810. 
Cornelius Cunningham. 15 Oct., 1810. 
Thomas Lawson. 8 Feb., 1811 
Jonathan T. Cool. 8 Feb., 1811. 
William Ballard. 24 March. 1812. 
John H. Sackett. 25 March. 1812. 
Samuel Duremberg, 25 March, 1812. 
Alexander Wolcott. 25 March. 1812. 
Anthony Benezet, 25 March. 1812. 
John T. Priestly. 25 April. 1812. 
William Turner. R. I.. 23 Sept.. 1812. 
Daniel Nielson, Penn., 3 Dec., 1812. 



CORPS OF ENGINEERS, OLD ARMY. 

Colonel. 
Joseph G. Swift. Mass., 31 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Walker R. Armistead, Va., 31 July, 1812. 

Major. 

George Bumford, N. Y., July. 1812. 
William McRee, N. C., 31 July, 1812. 



Captains. 
Charles Gratiot, Louisiana Ter., 23 Feb., 

ISOS. 

Alden Patridge. Vt.. 23 July. 1810. 
Klea/er D. Wood. Vt., 1 July, 1812. 
Prentis Willard. Vt.. 6 July, 1812. 
Joseph G. Totten, Conn., 31 July, 1812. 
Samuel Babcock, 20 Sept., 1812. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Sylvanus Thayer. Mass.. 1 July, 1812. 
Alexander J. Williams, Penn.. 1 July, 1812. 
William Cutbush. Penn., 1 July, 1812. 
Edward De Russey La.. 6 July, 1812. 
Thomas P. Finley, Conn., 31 July, 1812. 

Paymaster. 
Frederick Lewis, N. Y., 20 Sept., 1812. 

2nd Lieutenant. 
James Gadspen, S. C., 2 Dec., 1812. 

Professor of Natural and Experimental 

Philosophy. 
Jared Mansfield, Ohio. 

Teacher of French. 
Floromond de Masson, N. J. 

Teacher of Draining. 
Christian E. Zoeller. 



FIRST REGIMENT OF LIGHT DRAGOONS. 

Colonel. 
Leonard Covington, Md., 15 Feb., 1809. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Electus Bachus, N. Y., 15 Feb., 1809. 

Major. 
Jacint Laval, S. C., 15 Feb., 1809. 

Captains. 

Nelson Luckett. Md.. 23 Feb., 1809. 
Thomas A. Helmes. N. J.. 30 Sept.. 1809. 
Arthur P. Hayne, S. C.. 10 Nov.. 1809. 
Asa Morgan. Conn., 18 Jan., 1810. 
Seleck Osborne. Mass.. 20 Feb.. 1811. 
Silas Halley. N. J., 31 May. 1811. 
Alex. Cummings, Penn., 1 Nov., 1811. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Wm. Littlejohn, Va.. 1 Oct., 1809. 
George Hai'g. Ga., 10 Nov.. 1809. 
Levi Hukill. Md.. 18 Jan.. 1sio. 
Elijah Boardmau, Conn., 3 'May, 1810. 
John Hollinshead. N. J., 20 Feb., 1811. As- 
sistant Deputy Quartermaster. 
Joseph Kean. Va.. 31 May. 1811. 
Henry Whiting. Mass.. 20 Aug.. 1811. 
George Birch, Penn., 1 Nov., 1811. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Dillon Thomas, Dist. of Maine, 27 March, 

1812. 

Francis S. Belton. Md.. 27 March. 1812. 
William Nelson, Md.. 1 May. 1812. 
Louis Laval. S. C.. 1 May. 1812. 
James Barton. S. C.. 27 May. 1812. 
Loring Austin. Mass.. 28 Sept.. 1812. 
Valent. P. Luckett. Md.. 12 Oct., 1812. 
Kdward Carrington, Va., 9 Oct., 1812. 

Cornets. 

Owen Ransom. Conn., 14 Sept., 1812. 
Thomas Heriot, S. C., 30 Oct., 1812. 

Surgeon. 
Lewis Dunham, N. J., 12 Dec., 1808. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1812-13. 



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REGIMENT OF AKTILLERISTS. 

Colonel. 

Henry Burbeck, Mass., 1 April, 1802. Brig- 
adier by Brevet. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

Constant Freeman, Mass., 1 April, 1802. 
Colonel by Brevet. 

Majors. 
William MacRea, Va., 31 July, 1800. Lieut. 

Colonel by Brevet. 
A. Y. Nicoll, N. Y., 1 Dec., 1804. Adjutant 

and Inspector. 

Amos Stoddard, Mass., 30 June, 1807. 
James Read, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 

Captains. 

Nehemiah Freeman. Mass., 6 Aug., 1798. 
Major by Brevet and Dist. Paymaster. 

Lloyd Beall, Md., 16 Feb., 1801. Major by 
Brevet. 

Samuel T. Dyson, Md., 15 Sept., 1804. Pris- 
oner of War. 

James B. Many, Del., 1 Oct., 1804. 

Nathaniel Leonard, Vt., 1 Dec., 1804. As- 
sistant Deputy Quartermaster. 

Chas. Woolstoncroft, Penn., 13 March, 1805. 

James House, Penn., 1 Nov., 1805. Assist- 
ant Deputy Quartermaster. 

John B. Walback, Penn., 31 Jan., 1806. As- 
sistant Deputy Quartermaster. 

Add. B. Armistead, Va., 1 Oct., 1806. 

George Armistead, Va., 1 Nov., 1806. 

Moses Swett, Vt., 30 June, 1807. 

William Wilson, Md., 3 May, 1808. 

Joseph Cross, Mass., 7 Nov., 1808. 

Knock Humphrey, Conn., 9 Jan., 1809. 

Francis Newman, Md., 1 Oct., 1809. 

Js. S. Swaringen, Va., 13 Jan., 1811. 

Hannibal M. Allen, Vt.. 29 Jan., 1811. 

James Hanham, Md., 10 July, 1811. 

Michael Walsh. N. O., 31 Oct., 1811. 

James Reed, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 

Is* Lieutenants. 

Thomas Murray. Md.. 11 April. 1807. 

Jonathan Eastman, 30 June, 1807. District 
Paymaster. 

W T illiam Gates, Mass., 3 Nov., 1807. 

Julius Hielman, Mass., 30 April, 1808. 

John Gansevoort, N. Y.. 3 May. 1808. 

Hopley Yeaton, 31 July, 1808. Assistant 
Deputy Quartermaster. 

Samuel Maclay. Penn.. 7 Nov., 1808. 

Joseph Proveaux, S. C., 9 Jan., 1809. 

Thomas Bennet, 1 Aug., 1809. 

Ethen A. Allen. Vt.. 1 Oct.. 1809. 

Archibald Darrak, Penn.. 29 Jan., 1811. 

Mann Page Lomax, Va.. 30 June, 1811. 

Jotham Post, Vt., 1 July, 1811. 

Satterlee Clarke, Vt.. 10 July. 1811. 

Samuel Champlain, Vt., 31 Oct., 1811. Dis- 
trict Paymaster. 

Heman A. Fay, Vt., 23 Dec., 1811. District 
Pay master. 

Milo Mason. Vt.. 29 Feb., 1812. 

Christ. Vandeventer, Vt., 12 March. 1812. 
Assistant Deputy Quartermaster General. 

John Fitzgerald. Va., 14 March, 1812. 

John Erving. Jun.. Mass.. 16 Aug., 1812. 
Assistant Deputy Quartermaster. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Sam. B. Rathburn, N. Y., 3 June, 1808. De- 
ceased. 

Abraham LT Sands. N. Y., 18 Feb.. 1809. 
Thomas J. Beall. Md., 1 March. 1811. 
James Dalliba, N. Y., 1 March, 1811. 
Gustavus Loomis, Vt., 18 Feb., 1811. 
Ezra Smith, Vt.. 1 March. 1811. 
Richard H. Ashley, Conn., 1 March, 1811. 



John S. Brush, N. Y., 3 Jan., 1812. 
Nathan W. Osgood, Vt., 3 Jan., 1812. 
Fabius Whiting, Mass., 10 Feb., 1812. 
Samuel Spotts, Del., 10 Feb., 1812. 
William Parker, Penn., 10 Feb., 1812. 
Levi Whiting, Dist. of Maine, 10 Feb.. 1812. 
James W. Rouse, S. C., 27 March, 1812. 
Burgis B. White, Md., 14 April, 1812. 
Peter St. Medard, Mass., 30 April, 1812. 
Abel B. Chase, 30 April, 1812. 
James Baker, N. Y*., 1 May 1812 
William H. Nicoll, Ga., 6 July, 1812. 
Guy Duplantier, N. O., 13 Nov., 1812. 



REGIMENT OF LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

Colonel. 
Moses Porter, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
John R. Fenwick, S. C., 2 Dec., 1811. 

Major. 
Abraham Eustis, Mass., 15 March, 1810. 

Captains. 
Thomas Pitts, Dist. of Maine, 20 April, 



James Gibson, Del., 2 May, 1810. 

William Campbell, Vt., 30 May, 1810. 

Rt. H. M'Pherson, Penn,. 15 July, 1810. 

John N. M'Intosh, Ga., 1 May, 1811. 

Samuel Price, Ky., 15 Aug., 1811 

Andrew M'Dowell, Dist. of Maine, 1 April, 

1812. 

Luther Leonard, Vt., 6 July, 1812. 
Benjamin Branch, Va., 24 Aug., 1812. 
George W. Melvin, Ga., 24 Aug., 1812. 

Is* Lieutenants. 

Arth, W. Thornton, Va., 1 March, 1811. 
Francis Stribling, S. C., 1 March. 1811. 
Marie V. Boisaubin, N. J., 1 March, 1811. 
Adam Larrabee^ Conn., 1 May, 1811. 
Henry A. Hobert, Dist. of Maine, 15 Aug., 

1811. 

Thomas Ketcham, N. Y., 1 Sept., 1811. 
James D. Cobb, Vt., 1 April, 1812. 
Armstrong Irvine, Penn., 6 July, 1812. 
John R. Beall, N. Y., 24 Aug., 1812. 
Francis B. Murdock, Conn., 24 Aug., 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Thomas B. Randolph, Va., 3 Jan., 1812. 
Wm. P. Hobart, Dist. of Maine, 3 Jan., 

William Sumpter, S. C.. 3 Jan., 1812. 
George W. Hight. Vt., 3 Jan., 1812. 
Wm. W. Smith, N. J., 1 June, 1812. 
Jonas Dickson, N. C., 31 Dec., 1812. 



FIRST REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Jacob Kingsbury, Conn., 18 Aug., 1808. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Robert C. Nichola, Ky., 15 Aug., 1812. 

Major. 

Zebulon Pike, N. J.. 20 March, 1800. Lieut. 
Colonel by Brevet. 

Captains. 
John Whestler, Md., 1 July, 1797. Major 

by Brevet. 

Eli 'B. Clemson, Pa.. 4 March. 1S07. 
William Swan, Mass., 15 Nov., 1807. Dep. 

Quarter Master. 
Ninian Pinkney, Md., 9 Dec., 1807. 



LIST OF AKMY OFFICERS, 181-J-l:;. 



Horatio Stark, Va., 3 May, 1808. 
Simon Owens, Va., 18 Aug., 1808. 
Daniel Hughes, Md., 15 Dec., 1808. 
Daniel Baker, Vt.. 12 March, 1812. 
Ambrose Whitlock, Va., 26 Aug., 1812. Dis- 
trict Paymaster. 

1st Lieutenants. 

William Whistler, Mich. Ter., 4 March. 
1807. 

John C. Symmes, Ohio, 29 July, ISO". As- 
sistant Deputy Quartermaster. 

Simeon Knight, Vt., 9 Dec., 1807. District 
Paymaster. 

Alpha Kingsley, Conn., 20 Jan., 1808. Dis- 
trict Paymaster. 

Hezekiah Johnson, Md., 18 Aug., 1808. As- 
sistant Deputy Quartermaster. 

Benjamin Marshall, Dist. of Maine, 14 Oct., 
1808. 

John Brownson, 8 Dec.. 1808. 

Thomas Hamilton, 15 Dec., 1808. 

Jacob W. Albright, Pa., 26 Aug., 1808. As- 
sistant Deputy Quartermaster. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Philip Ostander, 1 May, 1808. 

Samuel Perkins, 30 Nov., 1808. Assistant 
Deputy Quartermaster. 

Lina Helm, N. Y., 8 Dec., 1808. 

James W. Bryson, Pa., 31 Jan., 1809. As- 
sistant Deputy Quartermaster. 

John Campbell, Va., 31 Dec., 1809. 

Dixon Stansbury, Md., 1 April, 1810. 

Barony Vesquez, Missouri Ter., 4 March, 
1811. 

T.ewis Bissell, Conn.. 12 March, 1812. 

"William Anderson, Pa., 6 Aug., 1812. 

John A. Shaw, 6 Aug., 1812. 

Ensigns. 

Ormond Marsh, 1 March, 1811. 
Daniel Cartis, Michigan Ter., 3 Jan., 1812. 
Robert McCabe, Indiana Ter., 3 Jan.. 1812. 
Newton E. Westfall, Indiana Ter., 3 Jan., 

1812. 
John O. Fallen, Ky., 28 Sept., 1812. 



SECOND REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Richard Sparks, Pa., 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
John Bowyer, Va., 6 July, 1812. 

Major. 
William R. Boote, Ga., 6 July, 1812. 

Captains. 
Hugh McCall, Ga., 19 Aug., 1800. Major 

by Brevet. 

William Carson, Pa., 20 Jan., 1808. 
James Wilkinson, Md., 8 Oct., 1808. 
William Piatt, N. J., 17 Feb., 1809. Dep. 

Quartermaster General. 
William Lawrence, Md., 1 Jan., 1810. 
Henry B. Brevort, N. Y., 1 May, 1811. 
John Miller. Md.. 12 March, 1812. 
Reuben Chamberlin, N. H.. 6 July. 1812. 
John R. N. Luckett, Md., 6 July. '1812. 
Robert Peyton, Va., 15 Aug., 1812. 

1st Lieutenants. 

John T. Pemberton, Ky., 17 Feb., 1809. Dis- 
trict Paymaster. 

William F. Ware, Ga.. 1 April, 1809. 

John Davis, Pa., 1 Jan., 1810. Regimental 
Paymaster. 

Alex. Brownlow. Va.,, 1 Jan., 1810. 

John Mathers, Dist. of Col. 1 May, 1810. 



John T. Wirt, Del., 6 July, 1812. Assist- 
ant Deputy Quartermaster. 
Evert Bogardus. N. Y., 6 July, 1812 
Hezekmh Bradley, Indiana Ter., 15 Aug.. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Pen-in Willis, Va., 13 Feb., 1810 
Hippolite H. Villard, Dist. of Col., 1 March, 

John Bliss, 1 March, 1811 
Hen. A. Burchsted, 13 March, 1811 
Jonathan Bell, 14 April, 1811 
Isaac L. Baker, Ky., 6 July, 1811. 
Thomas Dagget, Va., 28 Sept., 1811. 
William O. Butler, Ky., 28 Sept., 1811. 

Ensigns. 

Nathaniel Clark, Ga., 14 Sept., 1812. 
Robert Sturgus, Ky., 28 Sept., 1812. 
James Stewart, Tenn., 28 Sept.. 1812. 
Henry Conway, Jr., Tenn.. 28 Sept., 1812 
William M. Smith, Va., 29 Oct., 1812. 



THIRD REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Joseph Constant, N. Y., 3 Sept., 1810. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Gilbert C. Russell, Tenn., 6 June, 1811. 

Major. 
Matthew Arbuckle, Va., 15 Aug., 1812. 

Captains. 

Ross Bird, S. C.. 1 July, 1808. 
John Nicks. N. C.. 1 July, 1808. 
Henry Atkinson. N. C., 1 July, 1808. 
John McClelland, N. C.. 1 July, 1808. 
James Woodruff, Ga., 12 Dec., 1808. 
William Butler, Ga.. 31 Dec., 1809. 
Robert B. Moore. Ga., 1 Sept.. 1810. 
Duncan L. Clinch. N. C., 31 Dec., 1810. 
James Denking, S. C., 6 Feb., 1811. 
Hays G. White, N. C., 11 May, 1811. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Wm. R. Davis. S. C., 1 July, 1808. 

Samuel W. Butler, 7 Aug., 1809. Regi- 
mental Paymaster. 

Henry Chola'rd, Mississippi Ter., Dec. 31, 
1809. 

Ben. D. Herr'ot, S. C., 1 Dec., 1810. 

Samuel C. Mabson. N. C.. 31 Dec.. 1810. 

John Burnett, N. C.. 1 March. 1811. 

Wm. Laval. S. C., ll May, 1811. 

Joseph M. Wilcox. Ohio, '4 Jan., 1812. 

Joseph M. Wilcox, Ohio. 3 Jan.. 1812. 

John L. Carey, Ga., 1 Nov., 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

John F. Everitt. Ga., 3 Jan.. 1812. 
Wm. Triplett, Ga., 3 Jan.. 1812. 
John W T . Hansell, Ga.. 3 Jan., 1812. 
Thomas Hunter, S. C., 3 Jan.. 1812. 
Ben. Harvey, Jun.. S. C.. 3 Jan.. 1812. 
Wm. Christian, Orleans, 3 Jan., 1812. 
Walter Bourke. Orleans. 12 March. 1812. 
John Tarrant. S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Archim. Donoho, N. C., 1 Nov., 1812. 

Ensigns. 

James Smith. S. C., 27 March. 1812. 
Tilman Turner. Ga.. 27 March. 1812. 
Robert Goodwin. Md.. 14 April, 1812. 
John Martin. 27 May. 1812. 
Wm. L. Robeson, N. C., 31 Oct., 1812. 
John A. Watson. N. C.. 31 Oct., 1812. 
Richard Cocke, N. C., 23 Nov., 1812. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1812-13. 



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James Hart, S. C., 2 Dec., 1812. 
Wm. T. Caldwell, S. C., 2 Dec., 1812. 

. Surgeon. 
Richard Shubrick, S. C., 8 Aug., 1809. 



FOURTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Robert Purdy, Term., 26 Aug., 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
John Darrington, S. C., 6 July, 1812. 

Major. 
Nathan Heald, Mass., 26 Aug., 1812. 

Captains. 

Stephen Ranney, Conn., 13 June, 1808. 
Joel Cook, Conn., 13 June, 1808. 
George W. Prescott, N. H., 18 June, 1808. 
John Binney, Mass., 12 Dec., 1808. 
Return B. Brown, Conn.. 18 March, 1809. 
Josiah Snelling, Mass., 12 June, 1809. 
Oliver G. Burton, Vt., 25 Aug., 1811. 
Nathan F. Adams, N. H., 29 Oct., 1811. 
Charles Fuller, Mass., 9 Nov., 1811. 
Chartes Larrabee, Conn., 15 Sept., 1812. 

Is* Lieutenants. 

Ebenezer Way, Conn., 15 June, 1809. 

Jackson Durant, Dist. of Maine, 31 Oct., 
1809. 

John L. Eastman, N. H., 9 June, 1810. 

Frederick Conklin, Conn., 1 June. 1811. 

Abraham Hawkins. Conn., 25 Aug., 1811. 

George P. Peters, Vt., 29 Oct., 1811. Regi- 
mental Paymaster. 

John Smith, N. H., 31 Oct., 1811. 

Lewis Peckham, R. I., 9 Nov., 1811. 

George Gooding, Dist. of Maine, 15 Feb., 
1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Josiah Bacon, Mass., 1 Dec., 1810. 
Parker Greenough, 20 Feb., 1811. 
Michael Bulley, Mass., 3 Jan., 1812. 
Joseph Plymton, Mass., 3 Jan., 1812. 
George W. Hovey, Mass., 3 Jan., 1812. 
Robert Clark, N. H., 3 Jan., 1812. 
Phineas Wheelock, Mass,, 3 Jan., 1812. 
Winthrop D. Ager, Mass., 3 Jan., 1812. 
Shubael Butterfield, N. H., 3 Jan.. 1812. 
Rufus Preble, Dist. of Maine, 25 Feb., 1812. 

Ensigns. 

Samuel Armstrong, Mass., 14 April. 1812. 
Samuel Legate, Mass.. 14 May, 1812. 
Paul Peckham, R. I., 15 May, 1812. 
Johnson Ranney, Conn., 19 May, 1812. 
Edmund Kirby. Conn., 6 July, 1812. 
Charles Munroe, Mass., 16 Sept., 1812. 
Jac. Porter Norton, Mass., 28 Sept., 1812. 
Abial Wilson, Jun., N. H.. 31 Dec., 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates 

Amos Farnsworth, Mass., 14 April. 1812. 
Joseph M. Harper, N. H., 19 Jan., 1813. 



FIFTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Daniel Bissell, Conn., 15 Aug., 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Homer V. Milton, Ga., 3 Sept., 1810. 

Captains. 

Benjamin Wallace. Penn., 18 June, 1808. 
James Bankhead, Va., 18 June. 1808. 



Colin Buckner, Va., 1 July, 1808. 
John Johnson, Penn., 25 Jan., 1809. 
George M. Brooke ,Va., 1 May, 1810. 
Richard Whartenby, Penn., 3 May, 1810. 
Townsend Stith, Va., 30 Sept., 1810. 
Alex. M'llhenny, Penn., 1 Sept., 1811. 
Talbert Chambers, Penn., 31 Oct., 1811. 
James Dorman, Va., 9 Nov., 1811. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Wm. Henshaw, Va., 16 April, 1809.. 
Leroy Opie, Va., 10 July, 1809. 
Richard H. Beall, Va., 1 Sept., 1809. 
John Jamieson, Va., 31 Oct., 1811. 
James Saunders, Va., 9 Nov., 1811. 
Joseph Owens, Va., 3 Jan., 1812. Regi- 
mental Paymaster. 

Richard W. Chick, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
John S. Allison, Md., 6 July, 1812. 
John R. Corbaly, Md., 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. C. Bird, Md., 1 Sept., 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Phil. P. Greenwell. Md.. 3 Jan., 1812. 
John G. Blarke, Penn., 3 Jan., 1812. 
John Gassaway, Md., 3 Jan., 1812. 
Henry O. Hill, Md., 3 Jan., 1812. 
John W. Smoot, Md., 3 Jan., 1812. 
James M'Gunegle, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
James Cummings, Penn., 6 July, 1812. 
Wilson Prestman, Md., 6 July, 1812. 
James H. Hook, Md., 1 Sept., 1812. 

Ensigns. 

George D. Snyder, Md., 30 April, 1812. 
John Fendall, Md., 27 May, 1812. 
John B. Taylor, Va., 6 July, 1812. 
John Darnell, Jun., Md., 13 Nov., 1812. 
Matthew Gait, Jun., Dist. of Col., 4 Dec. 

1812. 
James M'Cahan, Penn., 31 Dec., 1812. 

Surgeon 
Adam Hays, Penn., 10 Feb., 1812. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Alexander Blair, Penn., 6 July, 1812. 



SIXTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Jonas Simonds, Penn., 8 July, 1808. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
James Miller, Mass., 30 Nov., 1810. 

Major. 
John Campbell, Tenn., 6 July, 1812. 

Captains. 

Ebenezer Beebe, N. Y., 19 Jan., 1809. Dep- 
uty Adjutant General. 
John Machesney, N. J., 10 June, 1809. 
John T. Arrowsmith, N. J.. 20 Oct., 1809. 
Goa. Humphreys, N. Y., 31 Dec., 1809. 
John Walworth, Vt., 1 Jan., 1810. 
Peter Mulenberg, Penn., 1 Oct., 1810. 
Clement Sadlier, N. Y., 15 Nov., 1811. 
Robert Sterry, N. Y., 3 Jan., 1812. 
Js. E. A. Masters, N. Y., 4 June, 1812. 

Is* Lieutenants. 

Henry Philips, Penn., 20 Oct., 1809. Dis- 
trict Paymaster. 

John J. Plume, N. J., 31 Dec., 1809. 
Edward Webb. N. Y.. 1 Oct. 1810. 
Henry Shell, Penn., 9 March, 1811. 
James Bailey. N. Y.. 3 Jan.. 1812. 
Londus L. Buck, 3 Jan., 1812. 



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LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1812-13. 



Alexander R. Thompson, N. Y., 3 Jan.. 1812. 
Thomas T. Blauvelt. N. J., 4 June, 1812. 
John Chapman, N. J., 6 July, 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Wm. Hazard, N. Y., 3 Jan., 1812. 
Gerard D. Smith. N. Y., 3 Jan., 1812. 
George W. Tenbroocke. N. Y.. 3 Jan., 1812. 
S. Burton Cuyler. N. Y., 3 Jan., 1812. 
David Vander Heyden, N. Y., 3 Jan., 1812. 
George W. Runk. N. J., 3 Jan., 1812. 
Henry R. Windle, N. Y., 3 Jan.. 1812. 
Henry Cooke, N. Y., 12 March, 1812. 

Ensigns. 

Nathaniel Sherman, N. Y., 3 Jan.. 1812. 
Robert M'Clellan. Jun., N. Y., 3 Jan., 1812. 

Regimental Paymaster. 
Isaac L. Dubois, N. Y., 1 May, 1812. 
William B. Staats, N. Y., 31 Dec.. 1812. 
Isaac Tucker, Penn., 4 Jan., 1813. 
Abraham Quackinbush. N. Y., 13 Jan. 
James Young, Penn., 13 Jan., 1813. 
John Sisk, Penn, 13 Jan., 1813. 
Aloy. Van Horn, Penn.. 19 an., 1812. 
Wm. Bezean, Penn., 19 Jan., 1812. 
Henry Myers, Penn., 22 Jan., 1812. 

Surgeon. 
Isaac Davis. 12 Dec., 1808. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Wm. Beaumont, 3 Dec., 1812. 



1813. 



SEVENTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
William Russell, Ky., 3 May, 1808. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
George R. C. Floyd, Ky., 26 Aug., 1812. 

Major. 
George Gibson, Penn., 9 Nov., 1811. 

Captains. 

Thornton Posey, Ky., 3 May. iS08. 
Arthur Morgan. Orleans, 3 May, 1808. 
rriah Blue, Ky., 9 Mav, 1809. 
Richard Oldhain. Ky., 1 Dec., 1809. 
James Doherty. Tenn.. 1 Jan.. 1810. 
Enos Cutler, Ohio, 3 Sept., 1810. Assistant 

Adujtant General. 
Zachariah Taylor. Ky., 30 Nov., 1810. 

Major by Brevet. 

Walter H. Overton. Tenn., 3 Dec.. 1810. 
rarcy Nicholas. Ky., 1 March. 1811. 
Wm.'M'Clelland, Tenn., 1 March, 1811. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Alexander White. Tenn.. 9 May. 1809. 
Thomas S. Jessup. Ohio. 21 Dec.. 1809. 
Narcissus Broutin, Orleans. 1 Jan., 1810. 
Jeoffrey Robertson. Tenn., 30 Nov., 1810. 
James S. Wade, Mississippi Ter., 3 Dec., 

is 10. 

Snimiol Vail. Ky.. 1 March. 1811. 
(Jforge (\ Allen, Tenn.. 1 March, 1811. 
Elijah Montgomery. Ky., 24 June. 1811. 
David M'Clelland. Tenn.. 10 Feb.. 1812. 
Thos. R. Richardson, Ohio, 10 Feb., 1812. 

2nd Lieutenant*. 

Jacob Miller. Ky.. 10 Feb.. 1812. 
Mi.haol M'Clelland. Ohio. 10 Feb.. 1812. 
Saimi.'l KfM-chival. Ohio. 10 Feb.. 1M2. 
KnlM-n T..dd. R. S.. Ky.. 10 Feb.. 1812. 
Isaar- I'.irkley. Ky.. 10 Feb.. 1812. 
Etheldred Taylor. Tenn.. 10 Feb.. 1812. 
Wm. Snodgrass. Tenn., 10 Feb., 1812. 



Henry Pope Helm, Ky., 10 Feb.. 1812. 
Wm. Prosser, Ohio, 10 Feb., 1812. 
James Forsythe, Ky., 10 Feb., 1812. 

Ensigns. 

John Hays, Tenn., 10 Feb., 1812 
John Meak, Ohio, 10 Feb., 1812. 
John N. Carrick, Tenn., 10 Feb., 1812 
Elisha T. Hall, Mississippi Ter., 10 Feb. 

1812. 

Thomas Blackstone. Tenn., 10 Feb., 1812. 
John Weaver, Ky., 10 Feb.. 1812. 
Isaac M. Riley, 8 May, 1812. 
Wm. K. Beall, 6 July, 1812. 
Levi Wells, Ky., 28 Sept., 1812. 

Surgeon. 
Adam Goodlet, 10 Feb., 1812. 



RIFLE REGIMENT. 

Colonel. 
Thomas A. Smith, Ga., 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
George W. Sevier, Tenn., 6 July, 1812. 

Major. 
James M'Donald, Ohio, 1 Aug., 1812. 

Captains. 

Benjamin Forsythe. N. C.. 1 July. 1808. 
Henry A. Graham, Ky.. 8 March. 1809. 
Abraham A. Massias, N. Y.. 1 July, 1809. 
Fielder Ridgeway, Md., 31 Julv, 1810. 
Michael C. Hays, Ohio, 1 June, 181L 
Lodowick Morgan, Md., 1 July. 1811. 
Daniel Appling, Ga., 1 July. 1812. 
Joshua Hamilton, Penn.. 6 July. 1812. 
Thomas A. Patterson, 1 Aug., 1812. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Thomas Ramsey, Ohio. 31 July, 1810. 
Wm. Smith. 31 Oct.. 1810. 
Ellas Stalling*;, Ga., 16 March, 1811. 
Lewis G. A. Armistead, Va.. 10 Feb.. 1812. 
Wm. E. Morris, S. C., 30 April, 1812. 
John Findley. 

Henry Swearingen. Va., 6 July. 1812. 
Edward Wadsworth, Ohio. 1 Aug., 1812. 
Wm. Townley. 1 Aug.. 1812. 
[d., 27 



Wm. C. Beard, Md. 



Sept., 1812. 



2nd Lieutenants. 

James Reyan, Ga.. 24 April, 1812. 

mental Paymaster. 

George Gray, Jun.. Ky.. 4 June, 1812. 
Harvey Murray. 17 Oct., 1812. 
James M'Intosh. Ga., 13 Nov., 1812. 
Joseph Calhoun, S. C., 2 Dec., 1812. 
Ilyeni Cohen, S. C.. 2 Dec.. 1812. 
Wm. Arnold. Ky.. 3 Dec., 1812. 
John M'lntire. Ky., 3 Dec.. 1812. 
John Shortridge, Ky., 3 Dec., 1812. 



Ensigns. 

John Hanson, Mass.. 13 Nov.. 1812. 
John Harley. S. <\. 2 Dec.. 1812. 
Josiah Hill! Ga.. 2 Dec.. 1812. 
Samuel V. Hamilton. Va.. 4 Dec., 1812. 
Robert M'Farlnnd. Tenn.. 31 Dec.. 1812. 
Jacob Tipton. Tenn.. 31 Dec.. 1812. 
Joseph P. Bunting. Peun.. 4 Jan.. 1813. 
Wm. Armstrong. Ohio. 19 Jan.. 1813. 
Bennet Ril-y. Md.. 19 Jan.. 1813. 
Lambert Norton, N. Y., 22 Jan., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Wm. Wilmot Hnil. Md.. '-'4 March, 1812. 



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LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1812-13. 



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SECOND REGIMENT OF LIGHT DRAGOONS. 
ADDITIONAL MILITARY FORCE. 

Colonel. 
James Burn, Penn., 25 April 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Arch. T. Macniell, N. C., 6 July, 1812. 

Majors. 

John T. Woodford, Va., 27 March, 1812. 
James V. Ball, Va., 16 Sept., 1812. 

Captains. 

John Butler, N. H., 12 March, 1812. 
Samuel D. Harris, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Henry Hall, Md., 12 March. 1812. 
Joseph Selden, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Stephen R. Proctor, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Samuel G. Hopkins, Ky., 19 March, 1812. 
John A. Bird, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
Charles Smith, Penn., 1 May, 1812. 
Jonas Holland, N. Y., 1 May, 1812. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Abel Wheelock, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Arch. H. Sneed, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 

Regimental Paymaster. 
Walter German, N. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
Benjamin Pratt, Vt., 12 March, 1812. 
Beverly Turpin, Ga., 12 March, 1812. 
James Hedges, Ohio, 12 March, 1812. 
John Nicholas, Jun., Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Gabriel Barbour, Va., 14 April, 1812. 
John D. Hart, Penn., 15 May, 1812. 
Charles J. Nourse, Dist. of Col., 7 May, 

1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Ira Williams, Vt., 12 Marcn, 1812. 
Edward Conway, Tenn., 12 March, 1812. 
Walter Coles, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Benjamin Smith, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
Thomas S. Johnson, N. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
Favette Roane, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
John C. Tillotson, N. Y., 10 Aug., 1812. 

Cornets. 

Andrew M'Farland, Vt., 12 March, 1812. 
James Martin, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
James Trippe, Ga., 12 March, 1812. 
Harman A. Hayes, Tenn., 12 March, 1812. 
Armstr. M'Kinney, Va., 32 March, 1812. 
Benjamin Wilds, Penn., 17 March, 1812. 
Benjamin Burd, Penn., 21 Sept., 1812. 
Clinton Wright, Md., 19 Jan., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Wm. Hor. Buckner, Va.. 6 July, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Lewis M. Bailey, Va., 7 May, 1812. 



SECOND REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY. 

Colonel. 
George Izard, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Winfleld Scott, Va., 6 July, 1812. 

Majors. 

Wm. Lindsay. Va., 14 May, 1812. 
Daniel M. Forney, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 

Captains. 

Jesse Robertson, Ga., 12 March, 1812. 
Jacob Bond, Jon., S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Robert M. Gill, S. C., 12 March. 1812. 
Plnl.'inond Hawkins, Jun., N. C., 12 March, 
1812. 



Samuel B. Archer, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
John Ritchie, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
John Goodall, Va., 8 April, 1812. 
George W. Russell, Va., 25 April, 1812. 
Spotwood Henry, Va., 8 May, 1812. 
Nathan Towson, Md., 12 March, 1812. 
Joseph Philips, Tenn., 12 March, 1812. 
James N. Barker, Penn., 27 May. 1812. 
Wm. Nichols Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
Thos. Riddle, Jun., Penn., 9 April, 1812. 
Saunders Donoho, N. C., 2 July, 1812. 
Wm. A. Whitted, N. C. f 2 July, 1812. 
Jacob Hindman, Md., 2 July, 1812. 
Daniel Gushing, Ohio, 2 July. 1812. 
Stanton Shoales, Penn., 2 July, 1812. 
Frederick Evans, Penn., 6 July, 1812. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Henry Slaughter, Ga., 12 March, 1812. 

Lowndes Brown, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Adrian Niel, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Wm. Js. Cowan, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Robert R. Ruffin, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 

Regimental Paymaster. 
James H. Dearing, N. C., 15 May, 1812. 
John Smith, Peyton, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
John Fontaine, Va., 24 March, 1812. 
Thos. M. Randolph, Jun., Va., 14 May, 1812. 
Jonathan Kearsley, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
Henry K. Craig, Penn., 37 March, 1812. 
Joseph H. Larwell, Ohio, 12 March, 1812. 
Joseph Nevill, Jun., Va., 15 May, 1812. 
Pat. M'Donough, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
August G. Munroe, Va., 2 July, 1812. 
Luther Scott, Penn., 24 March, 1812. 
Wm. M. Read, Penn., 6 July, 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Thomas Winn, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Jacob Warley, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Edwin Sharpe, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
John Ruffin, Va., 12 March. 1812. 
Wm. Tyler, Va., 1 May, 1812. 
John W. Kincaid, Va., 15 May, 1812. 
Robert Stewart, Del., 7 May, 1812. 
Lewis Morgan, Penn, 12 March, 1812. 
Isaac Davis, Tenn., 15 May, 1812. 
James H. Gamble, Ohio, 12 March, 1812. 
Alexander A. Meek, Penn., 8 May, 1812. 
Rich. A. Zantzinger, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
Fran. Otway Byrd, Va., 2 July, 1812. 
Robert Goode, Va., 2 July, 1812. 
Thomas D. Ridley, N. C., 2 July. 1812. 
Isaac Roach, Penn., 2 July. 1812. 
Wm. Smith, Va., 6 July, 1812. 

Surgeon. 
Jacob de la Motta, S. C., 1 May, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

James Trimble, Penn., 6 July. 1812. 
Louis L. Near, Del., 6 July, 1812. 



THIRD REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY. 

Colonel. 
Alexander Macomb, N. Y., 6 July, 1812. 

Majors. 

Samuel Nye. Mass., 6 July. 1812. 
George E. Mitchell, Md., 1 May. 1812. 



James M'Keon, N. Y.. 12 March. 1812 
John W. Gookin. N. H., 12 March. 1812. 
Alexander S. Brookes, Mass., 12 March, 

1 &1 *^ 

Wm. Van Duerson, Jr., Conn., 12 March. 

"1 C~l O 

Benjamin S. Garden. X. J.. 12 March 1 SI 2. 
Horace II. Watson, Mass., April, 1812. 



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LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1812-1:5. 



lehabod B. Crane, N. Y., 23 April, 1812. 
David Fleming, N. Y., 2 July, 1812. 
James S. B. Romayne. N. Y., 2 July, 1812. 
Charles K. Gardiner, N. Y., 2 July, 1812. 
Roger Jones, Va., 2 July, 1812. 
James H. Boyle, Penn., 6 July, 1812. 
Rufus M'lntire, Mass., 6 July, 1812. 
Eben. S. Morse, Mass., 6 July, 1812. 
Thomas Stockton, Del., 10 Sept., 1812. 
Jonathan Brookes, N. Y., 24 Sept, 1812. 
Stephen Collins, Conn., 13 Jan., 1813. 

Is* Lieutenants. 

John M. O'Conner, N. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
Benjamin K. Pierce, N. H., 12 March, 1812. 
Moses J. Chase, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
James Green, Jun., Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
John Farley, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Samuel Weston, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Al. C. W. Fanning, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Sylvester Churchill, Vt., 12 March, 1812. 
Benjamin Brearly, N. J., 12 March, 1812. 
John W. Green, Conn., 12 March, 1812. 
George H. Richards, Conn., 12 March, 1812. 
Richard M. Bailey, N. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
Peter Pifer, N. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
Jeremiah L. Tracy, Mass., 8 April, 1812. 
Samuel M. Dewey, Mass., 25 April, 1812. 
Wm. De Peyster, N. Y., 1 May, 1812. 
Harold Smith, Va., 14 April, 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Wm. Shannon, N. H., 12 March, 1812. 
Greenleaf Dearbon, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Wm. King, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
John P. Bartlett, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Daniel Smalley, N. J., 12 March, 1812. 
Joseph H. Rees, N. Y., 12 March, 1812 
Adam A. Gray, N. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
Wm. A. Henry, N. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
Wm. R. Duncan, Penn., 9 April, 1812. 
Chester Root, N. Y., 25 April, 1812. Regi- 
mental Paymaster. 

Thomas C. Legate, Mass., 30 April, 1812. 
John Mountford, Mass. 24 March 1812. 
Matthew Jenkins, N. Y. 15 May, 1812. 
Philip D. Spencer, N. Y. 22 May, 1812. 
Felix Ansart, Mass., 2 July, 1812. 
John Biddle, Penn.. 6 July, 1812. 
Chas. M. Macomb, N. Y., 6 July, 1812. 
Charles Martins, Conn.. 6 July, 1812. 
John J. Cromwell, N. Y., 23 Nov., 1812. 

Surgeon. 
John Watts, Jun., N. Y., 6 July, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

Joseph Beaton, Mass., 14 April, 1812. 
German Senter, Mass., 14 April, 1812. 



EIGHTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Patrick Jack, Ga., 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Moffman Houston, Ga., 6 July, 1812. 

Major. 
Lawrence Manning, Ga., 12 March, 1812. 

Captains. 

Ch. Crawford, Jun., Ga.. 12 March. 1812. 
Tliilip Cook, Ga., 12 March, 1812. 
Wm. Jones, Ga., 12 March. 1812. 
David E. Twiggs, Ga.. 12 March. 1812. 
Wm. Chisolm. Ga.. 12 March. 1812. 
Folix R Wnrloy. S. C.. 12 March. 1812. 
Wm. M. Queen, Ga.. 2 July. 1812. 
Robt. Cunninerhnm, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
MM H hew I. Keith, S. C.. 12 March. 1812. 
Thomas W. Farrar, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 



1st Lieutenants. 

Thomas C. Hunter, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Stephen Ford, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Otis Dyer, Ga., 12 March, 1812. 
Hamlin Cook, Ga., 12 March, 1812. Regi- 
mental Paymaster. 

Hughes Walton, Ga., 12 March, 1812. 
Roswell P. Johnson, S. C., 12 March, 1812 
Thomas S. Bailey, Ga., 6 July, 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Beverly Martin, Ga., 12 March, 1812. 
James W T ilde, Ga., 12 March, 1812. 
John Mallory, Ga., 12 March, 1812 
Moses A. Robberts, Ga., 27 April, 1812. 
Robert Lamar, Ga., 12 March, 1812. 
James A. Black, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Edward Holloway, S. C., 12 March, 1812 
Wm. Bee, Jun., S. C., 15 May, 1812. 

Ensigns. 

Samuel Coleman, Ga., 12 March, 1812 
Peter Lequeux, Ga., 12 March, 1812. 
James Colson, Ga., 8 May, 1812 
Thomas Lane, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
James Ferguson, S. C., 28 Sept., 1812. 
Thomas F. Wells, Ga., 2 Dec., 1812. 
John J Contrurier, S. C., 22 Jan., 1813. 
Charles Stephens, S. C., 22 Jan., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Southwalk Harlow, Ga., 31 Dec., 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Wm. Merriwether, Ga. 
Joseph W. Caldwell, Ga., 6 July, 1812. 



NINTH REGIMENT OF INFANTKY. 

Colonel. 
Simeon Lamed, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
John L. Tuttle, Mass., 12 March, 13J.2 

Major. 
Thomas Aspinwall, Mass., 12 March, 1S12. 

Captains. 

Seth Banister. Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Joseph Bucklin, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Chester Lyman, Mass., 12 March, 1-S12. 
John Nye, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Philip White, Mass., 9 April, 1812. 
Ebene. Thompson, Mass., 30 April, 1812. 
Turner Crooker, Mass., 14 May, 1812. 
Moses Hoit, Mass., 15 May, 1812. 
Elihu Jones, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 

Is* Lieutenants. 

Edmund Foster, Mass., 12 March. 1812. 
James F. Norris, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Jared Ingersoll, Jun., Mass., 12 March, 

1812. 

Win. Warren, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
John Reed, Jun., Mass., 30 April, 1812. 
Joseph Fuller, Mass., 14 May, 1812. 
George Bender, Jun., Mass., 15 May, 1812. 
David Townshend, Jun., Mass., 6 July, 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Ebenezer Childs, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Skelton Felton, Mass.. 12 March, 1812. 
Stephen Turner, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Wm. L. Foster, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Lorlng Palmer, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
David Perry, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
John Powle, Jun., Mass., 9 April, 1812. 
Regimental Paymaster. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1812-13. 



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Aaron Lewis. Mass., 30 April, 1S12. 
Samuel L. Allen, Mass., 30 April, 1812. 
John H. Cranson, Mass., 2 Dec., 1812. 

Ensigns. 

Elliot Claflin, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Wm Browning, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Daniel Chandler, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Edward Norton, Mass., 12 March. 1812. 
Otis Fisher, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Charles Foster, Mass., 12 March, 1812 
Henry Wellington, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Lewis Norris, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Wm. Lyman, Mass., 25 April, 1812. 
Joseph Gleason, Mass., 22 Jan., 181o. 

Surgeon. 

Joseph Lovell, Mass., 15 May. 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

James H. Bradford, Mass.. 24 April, 1813. 
Thomas G. Mower, Mass., 2 Dec., 1813. 



TENTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
James Welborn, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Andr. Pickens, Jun., S. C., 12 March, 1812. 

Major. 
Thomas Taylor, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 

Captains. 

George Cloud, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Jesse Copeland, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Jacob Bryant, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Philip Brittain, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Robert Mitchell, N. C., 14 April. 1812. 
Josiah Woods, Va., 14 April, 1812. 
Emanuel J. Leigh, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Mark Harden. N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Joseph Clav Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Thomas M. Nelson, Va., 12 March, 1812. 

1st Lieutenants. 

William Bailey, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
George Vashon, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Abner Lewis, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
George Strother, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Charles Lutterloh N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Hugh H. Carson, N. C., 30 April, 1812. 
Wm. Ward, N. C, 30 April. 1812 
William S. Rhodes, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Spencer Hinton, Va., 25 April, 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Joseph J. Clinch, N. C., 12 March. 1812. 
Thomas Barker, N. C.. 25 April, 1812. 
Thomas D. Kelly, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Arthur Fox, N. C., 2 July. 1812. 
Wm. L. Dusphey. N. C., 15 May. 1812. 
William Irvine, Va., 5 June, 1812. 
Joseph G. Wall, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
George Wyche, Va.. 15 April, 1812. 
Richard Plummer N. C., 12 March, 1812. 

Ensigns. 

Bin-well Goodwin, Va.. 12 March. 1812. 
John Garrett. Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Anthony G. Glynne, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 

Regimental Paymaster. 
James Roane, N. C.. 12 March. 1812. 
Robert Logan, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Jehu Bird, N. C., 8 April, 1812. 
Joseph Merrick, Penn, 19 May, 1812. 
Wm. Lancaster, N. C., 19 Jan.. 1813. 
James Hill, N. C., 22 Jan., 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Egbert H. Bell, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Isaac Clark, Vt., 12 March, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Moody Bedel, N. H., 9 April, 1812. 

Major. 
Timothy Upham, N. H., 12 March, 1812. 

Captains. 

John M'Neal, Jun., N. H., 12 March, 1812. 
Jonathan Stark, N. H., 12 March, 1812. 
John W. Weeks, N. H., 12 March, 1812. 
Samuel Gordon, Vt., 12 March, 1812. 
Phinehas Williams, Vt., 12 March, 1812. 
Samuel H. Holley, Vt., 12 March, 1812. 
Benjamin S. Egerton, Vt., 12 March, 1812. 
Charles Follett, Vt., 12 March, 1812. 

1st Lieutenants. 

John Bliss, N. H., 12 March, 1812. 
Richard Bean, N. H.. 12 March, 1812. 
William S. Foster, N. H., 12 March, 1812. 
Malachi Corning, N. H., 12 March, 1812. 
Valentine R. Goodrich, Vt., March 12, 1812. 
Horace Hall, Vt., 12 March, 1812. 
Benjamin Smead, Vt., 12 March, 1812. 
Rufus Hatch, Vt., 12 March, 1812. Acting 
Deputy Quartermaster. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

James Greene, N. H., 12 March, 1812. 
James Wells, N. H., 12 March, 1812. 
Edw. Gerald, Jun., N. H., 12 March 1812. 
Abel Farewell, Vt., 12 March, 1812. 
Rufus Bucklie, Jun., Vt., 12 March 1812. 
Wm. S. Heaton, Vt., 12 March, 1812. 
Walter Sheldon, Vt., 12 March, 1812. Regi- 
mental Paymaster. 
David Crawfor, Vt., 7 May, 1812. 
Henry J. Blake, Vt., 1 May, 1812. 

Ensigns. 

Thomas Levake, Vt., 12 March, 1812. 
Fred. A. Sawyer, Vt., 12 March, 1812. 
Newman S. Clark. Vt., 12 March. 1812. 
Timothy Aldrich N. H., 9 April, 1812. 
Wm. F. Hail, Vt., 27 May, 1812. 
John V. Ban-on, N. H., 15 May, 1812. 
Ezekiel Jewett, N. H., 30 April, 1812. 
Thomas Staniford. Vt., 12 Oct., 1812. 
Horace Morris, 2 Dec., 1812. 
Isaac Clark, Jun., Vt., 31 Dec., 1812. 

Burgeon. 
Jonathan Shaw, Vt., 29 Sept., 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

Jacob B. Moore. N. H., 9 April, 1812. 
James Stark, N. H., 9 April, 1812. 



TWELFTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Thomas Parker, Va., 12 March, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
James P. Preston, Va., 19 March, 1812. 

Major. 
David Campbell, Va., 6 July, 1812. 

Captains. 

James Gibson, Va., 12 March. 1812. 
Archibald C. Randolph, Va., 14 May, 1812. 
James Charlton, Va., 12 March 1812. 
Thomas P. Moor, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Charles Page, Va., 12 March, 1812. 



LIST OF AKMY OFFICERS, 1812-13. 



Andr. L. Madison, Va.. 14 April, 1812. 
Willoughby Morgan. Va., 25 April, 1812. 
Thomas gangster, Dist. of Col., 30 April, 

1812. 
James Paxton, Va., 12 March, 1812. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Lewis B. Willis. Va., 12 March, 1812. Regi- 
mental Paymaster. 

John G. Camp. Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Lackville Morgan. Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Angus M'Donald, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Richard P. Fletcher, Va., 15 April, 1812. 
Robert G. Kite. Va., 30 April. 1812. 
Thomas Gist, Md., 12 March, 1812. 
Thomas Post, Md., 25 April, 1812. 
Archibald Kerr, Penn., 9 April, 1812. 
John Johnson, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Peter Magruder, Md., 12 March, 1812. 
Russel Harrison, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Wm. Stone, Jun., Va., 1 May, 1812. 
John Key, Jun., Va. 12 March, 1812. 
John Kenney, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Matthew Hughes, Va., 14 April. 1812. 
John Towles. Va., 15 April, 1812. 
Otho W. Callis, Va., 14 May, 1812. 
Robert Houston, Va., 12 March, 1812. 

Ensigns. 

J. W. Gevock, Jun., Va., 12 March. 1812. 
Isaac Keyes, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Joseph Shommo. Va., 12 March. 1812. 
Bailey Bruce, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Philip Wager, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Wm. C. Parker, Va., 25 April, 1812. 
David P. Polk, Dist. of Col., 22 June, 1812. 
Thomas B. Barton, Va., 33 Dec., 1812. 
Mathew M. Claiborne, Va, 13 Jan., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
James C, Bronaugh, Va., 28 April, 3812. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Joseph Berry, Va., 25 April. 1812. 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Peter P. Schuyler, X. Y., 12 March, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
John Christie, N. Y., 12 March, 1812. 

Major. 
John V. Huyck, N. Y., 25 April, 1812. 

Captains. 

Hugh R. Martin, N. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
Myndert M. Dox, N. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
John E. Wool. N. Y.. 14 April, 1812. 
Rich. M. Malcom. X. Y.. 8 April. 1812. 
John Sproull. X. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
Mordecai Myers, X. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
Peter Ogilvie. Jun., X. Y., 12 March. 1812. 
Robert H. Morris. X. Y.. 25 April. 1812. 
Hen. B. Armstrong, X. Y., 9 April. 1812. 
Wm. D. Lawrence, X. Y., 12 March, 1812. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Samuel Haring. X. Y., 12 March. 1812. 
John L. Fink. X. Y., 12 March. 1812. 
Israel Turner. X. Y.. 14 April. 1812. 
Rt. Smith Gardiner, X. Y., 12 March, 1812. 

Regimental Paymaster. 

John Keyes Paige. X. Y.. 17 March, 1812. 
John Campbell. X. Y.. 1.1 May. 1812. 
Wessell Gansevoort, X. Y., 1 'May, 1812 
Steph. W. Kearney, X. Y.. 12 March. 1812. 
Wm. B. Adams, X. Y., 12 March. 1812. 



2nd Lieutenants. 

Daniel Huganin, X. Y., 12 March. 1812 
Wm. W. Carr, X. Y., 1 Mav lsV> 
Daniel B. Willcox, X. Y., l Mav iSl^ 
Richard H. Root, X. Y . 1 Mav 18r>" 
Alfred Philips. X. Y.. 25 Aprn.' ill" 
Jacob Sammons. X. Y.. 1 Mav, 1812' 
Hugh Robeson. X. Y., 25 \m-il 181 > 
Joseph C. Eldridge, X. Y., P ! 2 'March, 1812. 

Ensigns. 

John Kirby, N. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
George Reab, Jun., X. Y.. 1 May, 1812 
Henry Devo, X. Y., 1 May. 1812' 
Ihomas W. Denton, X. Y.. 1 June, 1812 
George Keese. X. Y.. 1 Mav. 1812 
Joseph H. Dwight. X. Y.. 25 April. 1812 
John Gates, Jun.. X. Y.. 1 Mav 1812? 
Jas. W. Lent, Jim.. X. Y.. 1 Mav. isi 
John \\ illiams, X. Y., 14 April, 1812. 

Surgeon. 
John Y. Lansing, X. Y., 1 Oct., 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

John M'Call, X. Y., 15 April, 1812. 
H. Y. Hoevenburgh, X. Y., 6 July, 1812. 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Wm. H. Winder, Md., 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Charles G. Boerstler, Md., 12 March, 1812. 

Major. 
Timothy D*x, Jun., X. H., 12 March, 1812. 

Captains. 

James Britton, Md.. 12 March. 1812. 
Thos. Montgomery. Md., 12 March, 1812. 
Robert W. Kent. Md., 12 March. 1812 
Kenneth M'Kenzie, Md.. 12 March. 1812. 
Samuel Lane, Md., 12 March. 1812 
Henry GrimJage, Del.. 12 March. 1812 
Isaac D. Barnard, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
Wm. M'llvain. Penn., 12 March. 1812. 
Henry Fleming, Penn., 8 April, 1812. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Benjamin Xicholson, Ml., 12 March. 1812. 
Richard Arett, Del., 12 March. 1S12.' 
Thomas Kearney, Md.. 12 March, 1812. 
David Cummings, Md.. 12 March, 1812. 
Peter Rich, Md., 12 March. 1812. 
Joseph Marshall Md.. 12 March. 1812. 
Reuben Gilder, Md.. 12 Marcn. 1812. 
Joseph S. Xelson, Md., 12 March. 1812. 
James M'Donald, Md., 12 March, 1812. 

2nd Lieutenant*. 

Benjamin Xicholson, Md.. 12 March. 1S12. 
Amos Woodward. Md.. 4 Juue. 1812. 
Edward Wilson. Md., 12 March. 1812. 
John Beckett Md., 12 March. 1812. 
John Waring, Md., 12 March. 1812. 
Jn. W. Thompson. Md.. 12 March. 1812. 
George Murdock. Md.. 15 April. 1812. 
Thomas Randall. Md.. 12 March. 1812. 
John B. Sparks, Md., 12 March. 1812. 

Ensigtis. 

James H. Gale. Md.. 12 March. 1812. 
Wm. G. Sanders. Md.. 12 March, 1812. 
Abraham Clark. Md.. 12 March. 1X12. 
Kimmel Godwin. Md.. 12 March. 1X12. 
Robert W. Loner. Md.. 12 Mnivh. 1X12. 
St. F. Donaldson. Md.. 12 March. 1812. 
Regimental Paymaster. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1812-13. 



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Richard Bennett, Md., 12 March, 1812. 
Wm. G. Mills, Md., 30 April. 1812. 
Nich. N. Robinson, Del., 2 July, 1812. 
John Linen, Md., 9 Oct., 1812. 

Surgeon. 
John Young, Md., 4 June, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

Samuel B. Hugo, Md., 12 March. 1812. 
George Nicholas, Md., 14 Oct., 1812. 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 

Zebulon Montgomery Pike, N. J., 6 July, 
1832. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
David Brearly, N. J., 12 March, 1812. 

Major. 
Ephraim L. Whitlock N. J., 1 May, 1812. 

Captain*. 

William King. Md.. 2 July, 1812. 
Charles W. Hunter, N. J.. 12 March, 1812. 
Charles Carson, N. J.. 12 March. 1812. 
John Scott. N. J.. 12 March. 1812. 
Zachariah Rossell. X. J., 12 March. 1812. 
Henry H. Van Dalsem, N. J., 12 March, 

1812. 

John L. Hoppoch. N. J.. 12 March, 1812. 
Abraham Reynolds. X. J.. 12 March. 1812. 
White Youngs, N. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
Joseph L. Barton, N. J., 30 Sept., 1812. 

Is* Lieutenants. 

Jeremiah D. Hayden, N. J.. 12 March. 1812. 
George M'Glassen. Penn.. 12 March. 1812. 
Abraham Peter Lee. X. Y.. 17 March. 1812. 
Aaron Sutphir. X. J., 12 March, 1812. 
James Piatt, X. J., 12 March. 1812. 
William Barnett, N. J., 12 March, 1812. 
Jacob D. Howell, X. J. 12 March, 1812. 
Joseph Schofleld. X. Y., 14 April, 1812. 
Richard L. Howell, X. J., 15 Sept., 1812. 
Samuel M'Dougall, X. J., 30 Sept., 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Moses O. Bloomneld, X. J., 15 May, 1812. 
David Curtis. X. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
David Biddle. Penn., 9 April. 1812. 
Richard Edsall. Jun., X. J.. 12 March. 1812. 
Abraham Godwin, X. J., 12 March, 1812. 
George Henry. X. J., 12 March, 1812. 
Charles Stewart, X. Y., 14 April, 1812. 
William G. Scott, X. Y.. 15 Sent.. 1812. 
John Scott. X. Y., 30 Sept., 1812. 

Ensigns. 

Christopher Xoyes, X. J.. 12 March. 1812. 
William Coffie. X. J., 12 March. 1812. 
Jacob Dickerson. X. J., 12 March. 1812. 
Donald Fraser, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
Joseph Moore. X. J., 15 Mav. 1812. 
Henry K. Mullen, X. J., 2 July. 1812. 
John Collins, X. J., 2 Julv, 1812. 
John T. David, Penn., 7 May, 1812. Regi- 
mental Paymaster. 

Daniel E. Burch, X. Y.. 7 Oct., 1812. 
John Rose, X. J., 7 Oct., 1812. 
Chas. H. Roberts, X. J., 7 Oct., 1812. 

' Surgeon. 
Fenn Danning, N. Y., 14 April, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

Reuben T. Baker, X. J., 12 March, 1812. 
Burton W. Halsey, X. Y., 23 Sept., 1812. 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Cromwell Pearce, Penn., 25 April, 1812. 

Lieut. Colon.el. 
Richard Dennis, Penn., 25 April, 1812. 

Major. 
Robert Carr, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 

Captains, 

Washington Lee, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 

Assistant Adjutant General. 
Jacob Schener. Penn., 12 Marcn, 1S12. 
James F. M'Elroy, Penn., I) April, 1812. 
Robert Gray. Penn., 14 April, 18.12. 
Alexander M'Ewen, Penn., 12 Marc-u, 1812. 
Thomas Lyon, X. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
George G. Steele, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
William Davenport, X. C., 28 Sept., 1832. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Terah Jones, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
Miles Greenwood, X. Y.. 12 March. 1812. 
George G. Phinney, X. Y., 1 May, 1812. 
Pet. Donnelly, Jun., X. Y., 27 May, 1812. 
John Caldwell Jun., Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
Jonath. W. Aitkin, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 

Regimental Paymaster. 
John Machesney, Penn., 17 March. 1812. 
John Baldy, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

John D. Coon, X. Y., 4 June, 1812. 
Xath. M'Laughlin, Penn., 17 March, 1812. 
Isaac Finch, X. Y.. 14 April, 1812. 
Fras. D. Cummings, X. Y., 8 May. 1812. 
John Martin, Penn., 9 April, 1812. 
Thomas Horrell, Penn., 12 March. 1812. 
Samuel Weighs, Penn.. 9 April, 1812. 
Thos. M. Powers, Penn., 30 April, 1812 

Ensigns. 

John Rohm, Penn., 8 May. 1812. 
Isaac Myers. Penn., 1 June, 1812. 
Jacob Whistler, Penn., 9 April. 1812. 
Henry Hale, X. Y., 1 May. 1812. 
Wm. C. Enos, X. Y., 1 May, 1812. 
Thomas Mahon, Penn., 12 Oct., 1812. 
Thomas Fvans, Penn., 17 Oct., 1812. 
Thomas J. Martin, Penn., 13 Xov., 1812. 

Surgeon. 
Samuel Gilliland, Penn., 15 May, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Gustavus Baylies, R. L, 2 Dec., 1812. 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Samuel Wells, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
William M'Millan, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 

Captains. 

George Crogham. Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
Wm. Bradford. Ky., 12 March. 1812. 
David Holt. Ky., 12 March. 1812. 
Robert Edwards. Ky., 12 March. 1812. 
James Duncan. Jun.. Ky.. 12 March. 1812. 
Richard Hightower, Ky., 12 March. 1812. 
W T m. J. Adair, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
James Mead, Ky.*. 12 March. 1812. 
Jjimes Hunter. Ky.. 12 March. 1812. 
Charles Querry, Ky., 8 May, 1812. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 



1st Lieutenants. 

Benjamin Johnson. Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
Benjam. W. Sanders, 12 March, 1812. 
Alex. Robertson, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
Thomas G. Graves, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
Mer. W. Fisher. Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
Martin L. Hawkins, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
Henry Crittenden, Ky., 15 May. 1812. 
Caleb H. Holder, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
Thomas J. Overton, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
Robert Logan, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Philip King, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
Thomas Mountjoy, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
John T. Redding, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
Parry Hawkins, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
Ashton Garret, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
James Hackley, Ky., Jr., 12 March, 1812. 
Nimrod H. Moore, Ky. 12 March, 1812. 

Regimental Paymaster. 
Cyrus A. Baylor, Ky., 15 May, 1812. 

Ensigns. 

Thomas Hawkins, Ky., 15 May, 1812. 
Edmund Shipp, Jr.. Ky.. 8 May, 1812. 
Samuel H. Craig, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
Thos. S. Morgan. Ky.. 12 March, 1812. 
Reuben Taylor, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
James Mundy, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
Joseph Duncan, Ky.. 12 March, 1812. 
James Gray, Ky., 12 March. 1812. 
Philip S. Sharer, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 

Surgeon. 
Alex. Montgomery, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Wm. S. Madison, Ky., 2 Dec., 1812. 



EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Wm. Drayton, S. C., 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Benajah White, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 

Major. 
Wm. Strother, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 

Captains. 

Arthur Simkins. Jr., S. C., 12 March. 1812. 
Henry P. Taylor. S. C.. 12 March, 1812. 
Wm. Taylor, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Owen Clinton. N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Thos. J. Robeson, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Edward King, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Michael J. Kenan, N. C., 25 April, 1812. 
John G. Blount. Jr., N. C., 27 May, 1812. 
George Butler, S. C., 2 July, 1812. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Wm. Winn. S. C.. 12 March. 1812. 
John W. Farrow, S. C., 12 March. 1S12. 

Regimental Paymaster. 
Ben. T. Elmore, S. C.. 12 March, 1812. 
Wm. Tisdall, N. C.. 12 March, 1812. 
Alex. King. N. C., 12 March. 1812. 
Ellas D. Diek. S. C.. 12 March, 1812. 
Montag. G. Waage. N. C.. 25 April. 1812. 
Wm. A. Blount, N. C., 8 May, 1812. 
James Hamilton, S C., 15 April, 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Thos. Reynolds, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Jeho. Waikins. S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Richard Thruston. S. C.. 12 March, 1812. 
Samuel M. Cantey, S. C., 12 Mnn-li. 1*12. 



Wm. X. Miller, S. C.. 12 March, 181 J. 
Hamilton Brown, N. C.. 12 March, 1812. 
Eman. S. Hawkins, N. C., 12 March, I 
John Street, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Rt. Mebane, Jun., N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Thos. C. Wilhight, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 

Ensigns. 

Alexander Pagan, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
John Peebles, S. C., 12 March, 1812. 
John Mickle, Jun., S. C.. 12 March, 181 
Wm. Tyler, S. C.. 12 March, 1812. 
John Pritchard, N. C., 12 March, 1812. 
Abner P. Neale, N. C., 8 May, 1812. 
Horatio Dade, N. C., 13 Jan., 1813. 
Fred. Kinlock, S. C., 22 Jan., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Joseph F. Lee, S. C., 6 July, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

Wm. M'Caw. S. C., 1 May, 1812. 
James B. Hill. N. C., 6 July, 1812. 



NINETEENTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
John Miller, Ohio, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
John B. Campbell, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 

Major. 
George Tod, Ohio, 12 March, 1812. 

Captains. 

Angus L. Lanham, Ohio. 12 March. 1S12. 
Wilson Elliott, Ohio, 12 March, 1812. 
James Herron. Ohio. 12 March, 1812. 
Abraham Edwards, Ohio. 12 March. 1812. 
Hugh Moore, Ohio, 12 March, 1812. 
Harris H. Hickman. Ohio. 12 March, 1812. 
Richard Graham, Ky.. 4 June. 1812. 
John T. Chunn, Indiana Ter., 14 April. 

1812. 
Asahil Nearing, Conn., 6 July, 1812. 

1st Lieutenants. 

John D. Fleming, Ky., 12 March. 1812. 

Stephen Lee. Ky.. 12 March, 1812. 

Samuel Booker, Ohio, 12 March. 1812. 

David Gwinnie, Ohio, 12 March, 1812. Regi- 
mental Paymaster. 

James Campbell, Ohio. 12 March. LSI 2. 

George W. Jackson. Ohio. 12 March. 1812. 

Lewis Howell, Ohio, 12 March, 1812. 

John Anderson, Michigan Ter., 12 March, 
1812. 

John Hezelton, Penn., 12 March. 1812. 

James Morrow, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 

2nd Lieutenant .9. 

Benjamin Byerly. Penn., 25 April, 1812. 
Henry B Turner. Penn.. 14 April. 1812. 
Jonathan Rees. Ohio. 12 March. 1812. 
Henry Frederick. Ohio, 12 March, 1812. 
Philip P. Price, Penn.. 12 March. 1812. 
Joseph Watson, Michigan Ter., 12 March, 

1812. 
John D. Reeves, Ohio, 1 May, 1812. 

Ensigns. 
John Whistler, Jr., Michigan Ter.. 12 

March. 1812.' 

John Miligan, Ohio. 12 March, 1812. 
Battle Harrison. Ohio. 12 March, 1812. 
Asher Phillips. Ohio. 12 March. 1812. 
Charles Mitchell, Ky.. 15 May. 1812. 
Edward B. Basherville, Ohio, 4 June. 1812. 



LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1812-13. 



Hugh May, Term., 14 May, 1812. 
John Cochran, Perm., 25 April, 1812. 
John Stockton, Ohio, 31 Dec., 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Charles Marvin, Ohio. 
Daniel Turney, Ohio, 31 Dec., 1812. 



TWENTIETH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Isaac A. Coles, Ya., 6 July, 1812. 

Captains. 

Lewis L. Taylor, Va., 12 March. 1812. 
Hodijah Meade, Va., 14 May, 1812. 
Robert C. Nicholas, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
John A. Thornton, Va., 6 July, 1812. 
John Macrae, Jun., Va., 19 March, 1812. 
John Stannard, Ya., 12 March, 1812. 
Byrd C. Willis. Va., 14 May, 1812. 
Ww. S. Jett. Jun.. Va.. 25 April, 1812. 
Richard Pollard, Va., 14 April, 1812. 

Is* Lieutenants. 

Charles Gee, Va.. 12 March, 1812. 
Thomas Harris, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Matthew M. Payne, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Clement White, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
John P. Duvall, Va., 9 April, 1812. 
Reuben Crawford, Va., 5 June, 1812. 
Bernard Peyton, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Walter G. Hayes, Va., 19 March, 1812. 
Wm. A. Shelton, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Micajah Lynch, Va., 2 July, 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Thomas Howson, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
George Hatchett, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
William Ligon, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
John H. Howard, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Thomas Munroe. Va., 32 March, 1812. 
John Archer, Va., 8 April, 1812. Regi- 
mental Paymaster. 

George Evans, Jun., Va., 14 May, 1812. 
Thomas Blackwell. Va., 12 March. 1812. 
Benjamin Smith. Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Sam. Hairston, Jun., Va., 12 March, 1812. 

Ensigns. 

Joseph Pettipool. Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Thomas Grady, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Samuel Harris, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
Edw. B. Randolph, Va., 15 May, 1812. 
George M'Laughlin, Va., 19 May, 1812. 
Wm. P. Pendlelou, Va., 5 June, 1812. 
Thos. H. Saundors, Va., 19 March. 1812. 
John B. Hogan, Va., 12 March, 1812. 
V>m. H. Godwin, Va., 12 March. 1812. 
James M. Glassell, Va., 1 May, 1812. 

Surgeon. 
Wm. H. Brown, Va., 15 May, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

Horace Wellford, Va., 15 May, 1812. 
Hugh W. Houston, Va., 5 July, 1812. 



TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Eleazer W. Ripley, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 

Major. 
Samuel S. Conner, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 

Captains. 

Daniel Libby, Jun., Mass., 12 March. 1812. 
Jeremiah Chapman, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 



Lemuel Bradford, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Charles E. Tobey, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Charles Proctor, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Joseph Grafton, Mass., 24 March, 1812. 
Joseph Treat., Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Benjamin Ropes, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Jusiah II. Vose, Mass., 9 April, 1812. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Morrill Marston, Mass., 12 March. 1812. 
Wm S. Moore, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Ebenezer White, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Lawson Kingsbury, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Sullivan Burbank. Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Samuel Harper. N. H.. 12 March, 1812. 
Jon. Eastman, Jun., N. H., 12 March, 1812. 
Daniel Henderson, N. H., 12 March, 1812. 
Leonard Ross, Mass., 6 Oct., 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Ira Aldrich, N. H., 12 March, 1812. 
Josiah Bartlett, N. H., 12 March, 1812. 
Ira Drew, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
A7or Orne, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
John Dawner, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Peter Pelliam, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
William Bowman, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Perez Loring, Mass., 9 April, 1812. 
Henry Bender, Mass., 30 April, 1812. 
Thomas Harrison, Mass., 15 April, 1812. 

Ensigns. 

Ebenezer Knox, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Aaron Bigelow, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Francis Carr, Jun., Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Nathaniel N. Hall, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
James Pratt, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 
Joseph Cilley, N. H., 12 March, 1812. 
John Duncan, N. H., 9 April, 1812. 
William Ross, N. H., 2 Dec.. 1812. 
David J. Hopkins, N. H., 4 "Dec., 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

William Thorndike, Mass., 6 July, 1812. 
Ira Wright, Mass., 6 July, 1812. 



.TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Hugh Brady, Penn., 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
George M'Feely, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 

Major. 
John M'Cluney, Penn., 17 March, 1812. 

Captains. 

Silas Amberson, Penn., 12 March. 1812. 
Daniel M'Farland, Penn.. 12 March, 1812. 
David Millikin, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
Sampson S. King, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
Jacob Carmack, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
John Foster, Penn., 2 July, 1812. 
John Pentland, Penn., 30 April, 1812. 
George W. Barker, Penn., 19 Jan., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

David Espy. Penn.. 12 March. 1812. 
Joseph Henderson, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
James M. Stewart. Penn.. 12 March. 1812. 
John Larken, Penn., 12 March. 1812. 
Willis Foulk, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 
Thomes Y. Sprogell, N. J., 17 March, 1812. 
William Morrow. Penn.. 17 March, 1812. 
James Huston, Penn.. 9 April, 1812 
Fred. A. Wise. Penn., 25 April, 1812. 
Thomas Lawrence, Penn., 19 May, 181J. 



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LIST OF ARMY OFFICERS, 1812-13. 



2nd Lieutenants. 

Eli Thomas, Perm., 12 March. 1812. 
William Sturgus, Perm., 12 March, 1812. 
James M'Ghee. Penn., 9 April, 1812. 
Dominick Cornyn, Penn., 9 April, 1812. 
Jacob Fetter, Penn., 8 May, 1812. 
Geo. W. Ferguson, Penn., 9 April, 1812. 
Samuel A. Reppey, Penn., 8 May, 1812. 
John H. Wise, Penn., 8 May, 1812. 
John Greene, Penn., 12 March, 1812. 

Ensigns. 

John D. Kehr. Penn., 12 March. 1812. 
Thomas Wright, Penn., 9 April, 1812. Regi- 
mental Paymaster. 
George Mytinger, Penn., 8 May, 1812. 
John Armstrong, Penn., 14 May, 1812. 
John R. Guy, Penn.. 15 May, 1812. 
Michael Sturgeson, Penn., 27 May, 1812. 
William Gillispie, Penn., 27 May, 1812. 
Gideon Law, Penn., 1 June, 1812. 
James M'Kenney, Penn., 1 June, 1812. 
John Culbertson, Penn.. 17 March. 1812. 
John C. Farrell, Penn., 13 Nov., 1812 

Surgeon. 
Julius R. Shumate, Penn., 31 Dec., 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

Prestly H. Craig, Penn., 6 July, 1812. 
Jesse Magaw, Penn., 6 July, 1812. 



TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Daniel Brown, N. Y. t 25 April, 1812. 

Major. 
James R. Mullany, N. Y., 13 March, 1812. 

Captains. 

Willard Troll, N. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
Thomas Delano, N. Y., 14 April, 1812. 
Herman Finney, N. Y.. 14 April, 1812. 
Joshua Wilday, N. Y., 14 April, 1812. 
Peter Mills, N. Y., 14 April, 1812. 
Abraham F. Hull, N. Y., 14 April. 1812. 
David Scott, N. Y., 15 April,- 1812. 
Derick VanVechten, N. Y., 27 April, 1812. 
Horace G. Armstrong, N. Y., 25 Sept.. 1812. 
Lezier B. Canfleld, N. Y., 25 Sept., 1812. 

Is* Lieutenants. 

Simon D. Wattles, N. Y.. 14 April, 1812. 
Ephraim F. Gilbert. N. Y., 8 April, 1812. 
John M'Cartey. N. Y., 25 April. 1812. 
Samuel Coldwell. N. Y., 25 April, 1812. 
Azariah W. Odell. N. Y., 25 April, 1812. 
Richard Goodell. N. Y.. 1 May, 1812. 
Samuel Chipman, N. Y., 15 April. 1812. 
Benj. H. Mooers. N. Y.. 15 May, 1812. 
William Clark, X. Y., 12 March, 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Chandler W. Drake, N. Y., 12 March. 1812. 
Rodolphus Simons, N. Y., 1 May. 1812. 
Peter L. Hogeboom, N. Y., 1 May, 1812. 

Regimental Paymaster. 
Henry Whiting. N. Y.. 1 May, 1812. 
Frederick Brown. X. Y., 14 April, 1812 
Richard M. Harrison, N. Y., 1 May, 1812. 
Abijah Bennett, N. Y.. 1 May, 1812. 
John P. Livingston, N. Y., 25 Sept., 1812. 

Ensigns. 

Justus Ingeraoll, N. Y., 12 March, 1812. 
Samuel R. Hill, N. Y.. 1 May. 1812. 
Alphonso Wetmore, N. Y., 14 April, 1812. 



John Jones, N. Y., 25 April, 1812. 
Ezra Post, Jun., N. Y., 1 May, 1812. 
Samuel Tappan. X. Y.. 1 Mav. 1812. 
Ezra King, X. Y.. 1 May, 1812 . 
Richard Phillips, X. Y., 1 May. 1812 
Levi S. Burr, X. Y., 1 May, 1812. 
Zadock P. Morse, X. Y., 14 April, 1812. 

burgeon. 
Silas Fuller, Conn., 6 July, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

William M. Ross, X. Y., 6 July, 1812. 
John Gale, X. II., July, 1812. 



TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Wm. P. Anderson, Tenn., 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Edmund P. Gaines, Tenn., 6 July, 1812. 

Captains. 

James M. Anderson, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
James H. Campbell, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
John A. Rogers, Ky., 12 March. 1812. 
Robert Desha, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
Robert Butler, Ky.. 12 March, 1812. 
Alexander Gray, Ky.. 12 March. 1812. 
Francis Armstrong, Ky., 12 March. 1812. 
John Ballinger, Orleans Ter., 12 March, 

1812. 
Andrew H. Holmes, Mississippi Ter., 12 

March, 1812. 
William O. Allen, La., 14 April, 1812. 

Is* Lieutenants. 

William Scott. Tenn., 12 March. 1812. 
Don Carolus Dixon, Tenn., 12 March, 1812, 

Regimental Paymaster. 
Isaac Walton, Tenn., 12 March, 1812. 
Michael W. Toomy, Tenn.. 12 March, 1812. 
Wm. O. Winston, Mississippi Ter., 13 March, 

1812. 
Minor Sturgus, Mississippi Ter., 8 April, 

1812. 

Walter Wilkinson, La., 2 July. 1812. 
Silas Stephens, Tenn., 8 May. 1812. 
Frank Hampton. S. C., 2 July, 1812. 
James Stewart, Tenn., 31 Dec., 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Samuel Scott, Tenn., 12 March, 1812. 
Uriah Allison, Tenn., 12 March, 1812. 
Avery Clarke, Tenn., 12 March, 1812. 
Joseph D. Smith, Tenn., 12 March, 1812. 
Joseph Anthony, Tenn., 12 March, 1812. 
Taliaforro Richards, Tenn., 12 March. 1812. 
Robert Buntin, Jun., Indiana Ter., 14 

April. 1812. 

Caleb G. Fobes, Ohio, 12 Sept., 1812. 
Tim. E. Danielson, Ohio. 12 March, 1812. 
Beverly Roy, Ky., 12 March, 1812. 
Joseph Perkins, Mississippi Ter., 22 Jan., 

1813. 

Ensigns. 

T. P. Favrot, Orleans Ter.. 12 March. 1S12. 
Adam Peck, Jun., Tenn.. 12 March. 1812. 
Littleton Johnson, Tenn., 12 March, 1812. 
Anth. W. Putney. Tenn.. 12 March, 1812. 
John Butler, Tenn.. 28 Sept., 1812. 
Joseph A. Martin, Tenn.. 19 Jan.. 1813. 
Francis Valle, Missouri Ter., 22 Jan., 1813. ; 

Surgeon's Mates. 

Anthony Foster, Tenn., 31 Dec.. 1812. 
Carlisle Humphries, Tenn., 25 April, 1812. 



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TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Jonas Cutting, Vt., 12 March, 1812. 

Major. 
Joseph Lee Smith, Conn., 12 March, 1812. 

Captains. 

Seth Phelps, Conn., 12 March, 1812. 
George Howard, Conn., 12 March, 1812. 
Peter Bradley, Conn., 12 March, 1812. 
Festus Cone, Conn., 21 May, 1812. 
Henry Leavenworth, Conn., 25 April, 1812. 
William Battey, R. I., 12 March, 1812. 
David Bartlett, R. I., 12 March, 1812. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Thomas M. Read, R. I., 12 March, 1812. 
John Bates Murdock, Conn., 12 March, 1812. 
Henry Dyer, Conn., 12 March, 1812. 
Joseph Kinney, Conn., 6 July, 1812. 
Charles M'Lean, Conn. 6 July, 1812. 
John A. Thomas, Conn., 6 July, 1812. 
Minor Robbing, Conn., 6 July, 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Benjamin Watson, R. I., 12 March, 1812. 
Edward White, Mass., 12 March, 1812. 



Archibald C. Crary, R. I., 12 March 1812 
Thomas S. Seymour, Conn., 6 July, 1812. 
Daniel Forwood, Conn., 6 July, 1812. 
Joseph S. Staring, N. Y., 6 July, 1812. 
James Burbidge, Conn., 6 July, 1812. 
Jesse Beach, Conn., 6 July, 1812. 
Daniel Ketchum, Conn., 6 July, 1812. 

Ensigns 

John G. Munz, Conn., 12 March, 1812 
Ephraim Shaylor, Conn., 12 March, 1812 
Joseph Hutchinson, Conn., 12 March, 1812. 
Eli Terry, Conn., 6 July, 1812. 
Alexander T. F. Bill, Conn., 6 July, 1812. 
Clark Robbins, Conn., 6 July 1812 
Russell Eday, N. Y., 1 May, 1812.' Regi- 
mental Paymaster. 

George M'Chain, N. Y., 14 April, 1812. 
John Gifford, N. Y., 22 Jan., 1813. 
James D. Brown, Conn., 22 Jan., 1813. 

Surgeon. 

Giles Gridley, Mass., 9 April, 1812. 
Surgeon's Mates. 

Phinehas Woodbury, Vt., 6 July, 1812. 
John L. Comstock, R. I., 2 Dec., 1812. 



OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 

1813. 



GENERAL STAFF. 
WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington. 



Adjutant and Inspector General. 
Inspector General. 

Abimael Y. Nicoll, 18 March, 1813. Maj. 
1st Art. Washington. 

Assistant Adjutant General. 

Charles K. Gardner, 18 March, 1813. Maj. 
25th Inf. 

Commissary General Ordnance. 

Decius Wadsworth, 2 July, 1812. Wash- 
ington. 

Deputy Commissaries Ordnance. 

John Morton, 11 Sept., 1812. Washing- 
ton 
Edwin Tyler, 5 Aug., 1813. Washington. 

Assistant Commissar Ordnance. 
Nehemiah Baden, 6 Aug., 1813. Washing- 
ton. 

Paymaster of the Army. 
Robert Brent, 1 July, 1808. Washington. 

Assistant Topographical Engineer. 
James Kearney, 12 April, 1813. Lieut. 5th 
Inf. Washington. 



MILITARY DISTRICT, No. 1. 
. Massachusetts and New Hampshire. 

Brig. General. 
T. H. Gushing, commanding. 

Adjutant General. 

Peter P. Schuyler, 28 April, 1813. Col. 
13th Inf. 

Assistant Inspector General. 

Enos Cutler, 18 March, 1813. Capt. 7th 
Inf. 

Assistant Deput Quartermaster General. 
Jonathan Allen, 20 April, 1813. 

Hospital Surgeon. 
Benjamin Waterhouse, 29 June, 1813. 

Garrison Surgeon's Mates. 

Joseph Goodhue, 8 Feb., 1803. 
James H. Sargent, 8 March, 1806. 

District Paymasters. 

Nehemiah Freeman. Boston. 

Jos. C. Boyd. For Militia, Etc. Maine. 

Deputy Commissaries of Purchases. 

Amasa Stetson. Boston. 

John Langdon, Jr. Portsmouth. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



Military Storekeepers. 
Samuel Devans. Charlestown. 
John Ilice. Portsmouth. 
John Chaffee. Springfield. 



MILITARY DISTRICT, No. 2. 
Rhode Island and Connecticut 

Brig. General. 
H. Burbeck, Brevet, commanding. 

Inspector General. 

Jacob Kingsbury, 28 April, 1813. Col. 1st 
Inf. 

Assistan Deputy Quartermaster General. 

Rich. H. Ashley, 11 April, 1813. Lieut. 1st 
Art. 

Garrison Surgeon's Mate. 
William Turner, 28 Sept,, 1813. 
District Paymaster. 
George L. Perkins. New London. 

Deputy Commissary of Purchases. 
Elisha Tracy. Norwich. 

Military Storekeeper. 
Giles L'Hommedieu. Norwich. 



MILITARY DISTRICT, No. 3. 

New York from the Sea to the Highlands, 
and East Jersey. 

Major General. 
Henry Dearborn, commanding. New York. 

Adjutant General. 

John R. Fenwlck, 18 March. 1813. Lieut. 
Col. Light Art. New York 

Assistant Adjutant General. 
Thos. Chrystie. 18 March, 1813. Lieut. 3rd 
Art. New York. 

Inspector General. 

Nicholas Gray, 18 March, 1813. New 
York. 

Assistant Inspector General. 
J. C. Tillotson, 18 March. 1813. Lieut. 2nd 
Light Dragoons. New York. 

Deputy Quartermaster General. 
Theophilus W. Smith. 2 April, 1813. New 
York. 

Assistant Deputy Qwtrtemuuter General. 
William A. Barron, 2 April, 1813. 

Engineer. 

William Cutbush. 1st Lieut. Fort Colum- 
bus. 



Judge Advocate. 

Evart A. Bancker, 18 March, 1813. New 
York. 

Hospital Surgeon. 

Samuel Akerly, 6 July, 1812. Fort Colum- 
bus. 

Garrison Surgeon's Mate. 
Alexander Wolcott, 25 March, 1812. Fort 
Columbus. 

Chaplain. 
Peter I. Vanpelt, 2 April, 1813. 

District Paymaster. 
Samuel H. Eakin. New York. 

Deputy Commissary of Purchases. 
Samuel Russell. New York. 

Military Storekeepers. 
John Fellows. New York. 
Jonathan Snowden. West Point. 
H. P. Deering. Sagg Harbor. 



Deputy Commissary 
George Talcott. Jr.. 5 Aug., 1813. Lieut. 
25th Inf. New York. 

Assistant Deputy Commissary Ordnance. 
Aeneas M'Kay, 12 -March, 1S1.",. NYw York. 



MILITARY DISTRICT, No. 4. 
West Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. 

Brig. General. 
Joseph Bloomfield. Philadelphia. 

Adjutant General. 

William Duane, 22 March. 1813. Philadel- 
phia. 

Assistant Inspector General. 
Robert Sterry. 10 May, 1813. Capt. 6th j 
Inf. Philadelphia. 

Quartermaster General. 
William Linnard 12 April, 1813. Phila- 
delphia. 

Deprty Quartermaster General. 

J. S. Swearingen. 17 March, 1813. Capt. 
1st Art. Pittsburg. 

Assistant Deputy Quartermaster Generals. 
Robert Patterson, 24 June, 1813. Lieut. 

32ud Inf. Province Island. 
Samuel Duncan, 6 Aug., 1813. Carlisle. 

Deputy Commissary Ordnance. 

Abraham R. Wooley, 4 Dec., 1812. Pitts- 
burg. 

Assistant Deputy Commissaries Ordnance. 
William Wade, 12 March. 1813. PittdD.ir? 
William C. Lyman, 10 April, 1813, Pitts- 
burg. 

Assistant Topographical Engineer. 
Thomas Clark. 1 April, 1813. Lieut. 2 
Art. Philadelphia. 

Apothecary Gene nil. 
Francis Le Barren, 11 June, 1813. 

Garrison Surgeon's Mute. 
John F. Ileileman, 2 July, 1802. Province 
Island. 

District I'tiymiisfers. 

Henry Phillips. Capt. 6th Inf. Philadel- 
phia. 

Jacob W Albright. Lieut. 1st Inf. Pitts- 
burg. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



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Commissary General of /'<//' 
Callender Irvine. Philadelphia. 

Military Storekeepers. 

Richard Parker. Carlisle. 
William C. Bennett. Wilmington. 
D. Kirkpatrick. Newcastle. 
John M. Taylor. Philadelphia. 



MILITARY DISTRICT, No. 5. 
Maryland and Virginia. 

Adjutant General. 

James Bankhead, 9 Sept., 1813. Maj. 71'.* 
Inft. 

Quartermaster General. 
William Swan, 7 Aug., 1813. Mai. 2nd Inf. 

Deputy Quartermaster General. 
Paul Bentalou. 29 June. 1813. 

Assistant Deputy Quartermaster General. 
Ferdinand Marsteller. If July, 1813. 

Engineer. 
Walker K. Armistead. Lieut. Col. 

Assistant Eng in eer. 
Samuel Babcock. Captain. 

Topograp hica I Engi n eer. 
Paul H. Perrault, 12 April, 1813. 

Hospital Surgeon's Mate. 
William Jones, 2 July, 1813. 

\ 

Garrison Surgeon's Mates. 
George W. Maupin, 5 Nov., 1802. 
Lemuel B. Clark, 4 Jan., 1808. 

District Paymasters. 

Saterlee Clark. Lieut. 1st Art. Annapolis. 
Samuel Turner. Petersburg. 

Deputy Commissaries of Purchases. 
John M'Kinney. Washington. 
James Calhoun. Jr. Baltimore. 
Robert C. Jennings. Norfolk. 

Military Storekeepers. 
Edwin Starke. Norfolk. 
Samuel Annin. Harper's Ferry. 
Thomas B. Rutter. Baltimore 



MILITARY DISTRICT, No. 6. 
North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. 

Major General. 
Thomas Pinckney. Commanding. 

Adjutant General. 

Francis K. Huger, 6 April, 1813. Lieut. 
Col. 2nd Art. 

Assistant Adjutant General. 
John Erving, 6 April, 1813. Lieut. 1st Art. 

Inspector General. 

William R. Boote, 6 Apcil, 1813. Maj. 2nd 
Inf. 



Deputy Quartermaster Generals. 

Samuel Chaplain, 18 March, 1813. Lieut. 

1st Art. 
Thomas Bourke. 19 April, 1813. 

Assistant Deputy Quartermaster Generals. 

Peter Lequex, 31 Aug., 1813. Lieut. 8th 

Inf. 

William Cox. 31 Aug., 1813. 
Joseph B. Paine, 31 Aug., 1813. 
James Ward. 31 Aug., 1813. 

Engineer. 
Prentiss Willard. Captain. 

Deputy Commissary Ordnance. 
John H. Margart, 31 Dec., 1812. 

Assistant Deputy Commissaries Ordnance. 
Daniel Bruckner, 6 Aug., 1813 
Christopher Keyser, 6 Aug., 1813. 

Judge Advocate. 
Thomas T. Dent, 19 July, 1813. 

Hospital Surgeons. 
William M'Caw, 20 May, 1813. 
(Jeorge V. Proctor, 11 June, 1813. 
Thomas Akin, 29 June, 1813. 

Hospital Surgeon's Mates. 
John II. Sackett, 22 March, 1813. 
Joseph L. Stephens, 29 June, 1813. 
William Merri wether, 19 July, 1813. 

Garrison Surgeon's Mates. 
William Ballard. 24 March, 1812. 
Samuel Dusenbury, 25 March, 1812. 

District Paymaster. 
Hamlin Cook. Lieut. 8th Inf. 

Military Storekeeper. 
Henry Simmons. Charleston. 



MILITARY DISTRICT, No. 7. 

Louisiana, the Mississippi Territory, and 
Tennessee. 

Brigadier Generals. 
Thomas Flournoy, commanding. 
David R. Williams. 

Assistant Adjutant General 

Carey Nicholas, 25 April, 1813. Capt. 7th 
Inf. 

Assistant Inspector General. 
Daniel Hughes, 7 Aug., 1813. Capt. 1st Int. 

Quartermaster General. 

William Piatt, 23 June. 1813. Capt. 2nd 
Inf. 

Assistant Deputy Quartermaster General. 

John T. Wirt, 25 April, 1813 Lieut. 2nd 
Inf. 

Hospital Surgeon. 
David C. Kerr, 30 April 1812. 

Garrison Surgeon. 
Oliver H. Spencer, 9 Oct., 1804. 

Hospital Surgeon's Mates. 
James Stephenson. 27 May. 1812. 
Stephen Sutton, 27 May, 1812. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1613. 



Garrison Surgeon's Mates. 
Robert Huston. 27 Feb.. 1807. 
Charles Slocum. 25 March, 1807. 
William T. Davidson, 13 June. 1808. 

District Paymasters. 

S. Knight. For Volunteers. Capt. 1st Inf'y. 
John T. Pemberton. Capt. 2nd Inf'y. New 

Orleans. 
Alpha Kingsley. Capt. 1st Inf'y. Tennes- 



MILITARY DISTRICT, No. 8. 

Kentucky, Ohio, and the Territories of In- 
diana, Michigan, Illinois and Missouri. 

Major General. 
William H. Harrison. Upper Canada. 

Brigadier Generals. 
Duncan M' Arthur. Detroit. 
Lewis Cass. 

Adjutant General. 

Edm'ud P. Gaines, 1 Sept., 1813. Col. 25th 
Inf'y. Upper Canada. 

Assistant Adjutant General. 
Robert Dunn, 22 March, 1813. Lieut. 22nd 
Infy. 

Assistant Inspector General. 
Levi Hukill, 6 April, 1813. Capt. 1st Light 
Dragoons. Upper Canada. 

Quartermaster General. 
John C. Bartlett, 12 April, 1812. 

Deputy Quartermaster General. 
Taylor Berry, 31 March, 1813. Lieut. 17th 
Infy. 

Assistant Deputy Quartermaster Generals. 
James W. Bryson, 25 April, 1813. Lieut. 

1st Inf'y. Newport. 
Joseph Wheaton, 28 April, 1813. 

Engineers. 

Charles Gratiot. Captain. 
El. D. Wood. Capt. and Maj. Brevet. 

Topographical Engineer. 
Simon Z. Watson, 20 Aug., 1813. 

Deputy Commissary Ordnance. 
Robert D. Richardson, 5 Aug., 1813. 

Assistant Deputy Commissary Ordnance. 
Thomas L. Hawkins, 6 Aug., 1813. 

Judge Advocate. 
John S. Wills, 7 May, 1813. 

Hospital Surgeon. 
John R. Martin, 2 July, 1813. 

Hospital Surgeon's Mate. 
Hugh Stanard, 20 May, 1813. 

Garrison Surgeon's Mates. 
William Turner, 9 July, 1810. 
Cornelius Cunningham. 15 Oct., 1810. 
Anthony Benezet, 25 March, 1812. 
Samuel Meriwether, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Regimenlul Surgeon. 
S. M'Keehan, 29 July, 1813. 



Regimental Surgeon's Mate. 
John M'Culloch, 29 July, 1813. 

Chaplains. 

Stephen Lindsley. 29 July. 1813. 
Thomas Hersey, 20 Aug., 1813. 

District Paymasters. 

A. Whitlock. Capt. 1st Infy. Vincennes. 
James Taylor. Kentucky. 
Samuel Huntington. Head Quarters. 
Jesse Hunt. Ohio. 

Deputy Commissary of Purchases. 
John H. Piatt. Ohio. 

Assistant Deputy Commissary of Purchases. 
Robert Irvine. Detroit. 

Military Storekeeper. 
Thomas Martin. Newport. 

Brigadier General. 
Benjamin Howard. St. Louis. 

Assistant Deputy Quartermaster General. 
William Christy. 

Garrison Surgeon's Mates. 
Abraham Stewart. 19 April, 1813. 
Jonathan S. Cool, 6 March, 1806. 

District Paymaster. 
Thompson Douglass, 8 Feb., 1811. 



MILITARY DISTRICT, No. 9. 

New York, North of the Highlands, and Ver- 
mont. 

Major Generals. 

James Wilkinson. Commanding. 
Morgan Lewis. 

Brigadier Generals. 
John P. Boyd. 
Jacob Brown. 
Leonard Covington. Dead. 

Quartermaster General. 

Robt. Swartout, 21 March 1813. Dead. 
Dept. 

Adjutant General. 

John B. Walbach, 6 Aug., 1813. Capt. 1st 
Art'y. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals. 
John Johnson, 2 April, 1813. Maj. 21st 

Inf'y. 
Ebenezer Beebe, 2 April, 1813. Capt. 6th 

Inf'y. 
Talbot Chambers, 2 April, 1813. Capt. 

5th Inf'y. 

Inspector General. 

James Gibson, 13 July, 1813. Capt. Light 
Inf'y. 

Assistant Inspector General. 
John R. Bell, 29 Sept., 1813. Lieut. Light 
Dragoons. 

Quartermaster General. 

Klisha Jenkins, 22 April, 1813. Of the 
District. 






LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



Deputy Quartermaster Generals. 

Chris. Van de Venter, 26 March, 1813. 

Lieut. 1st Art'y. Prisoner in Canada. 
Samuel Brown, 26 March, 1813. 

Assistant Deputy Quartermaster Generals. 

Gustavus Loomis, 19 April, 1813. Lieut. 1st 

Art'y. 
Ezra Smith, 19 April, 1813. Lieut. 1st 

Art'y. 

John Bliss, 28 April, 1813. Lieut. 2nd Inf y. 
Thomas B. Baldwin. 3 May, 1813. 
John G. Camp, 20 May, 1813. Lieut. 12th 

Inf'y. 

Marshal Jenkins, 20 May, 1813. 
Abraham Ten Eyck. 20 May, 1813. 
Thomas Campbell, 29 July, 1813. 
Timothy Burr, 31 July, 1813. 
James Rees, 1 Aug. 1813. 

Chief Engineer. 
Joseph G. Swift. Colonel. 

i 
Engineer. 

George Bomford. Major. 

Assistant Engineer. 
J. G. Totten. Capt. and Maj. Brev. 

Topographical Engineers. 

John Anderson, 12 April, 1813. Capt. 19th 

Inf'y. Prisoner on Parole. 
Isaac Roberdeau, 29 April, 1813. 

Assistant Topographical Engineer. 

Benjamin Connor, 3 Aug., 1813. Lieut. 1st 
Art'y. 

Deputy Commissary General's Ordnance. 

James Daliba, 5 Aug.. 1813. Lieut. 1st 

Art'y. 
Thomas L. Campbell, 5 Aug., 1813. 

Asst. Dep. Com. Generals Ordnance. 

Rufus L. Baker, 12 March, 1813. 
George Lamed, 19 April, 1813. 
James Baker, 6 Aug?, 1813. 

Judge Advocates. 
Philip S. Parker, 2 April, 1813. 
Stephen Lush, Jr., 5 Oct., 1813. 

Physician and Surgeon General. 
James Tilton, 11 June, 1812. 

Hospital Surgeons. 
James Mann. 9 April, 1812. 
Garret E. Prendergast, 25 April, 1812. 
William M. Ross, 18 March, 1813. 
Hosea Blood, 5 May, 1813. 
Ezekiel W. Bull, 8 Aug., 1813. 

Hospital Surgeon' 9 Mates. 
William Thomas, 7 July, 1809. 
Rogers Smith, 14 May, 1812. 
Samuel Scofleld, 15 Sept., 1812. 
Joshua B. Whitridge. 30 March, 1813. 
Henry Van Hoevenburg, 31 March, 1813. 
Edward Purcell, 2 May. 1813. 
William W. Hazzard. 14 May, 1813. 
Henry Brundige, 16 May. 1813. 
William E. Homer, 2 July. 1813. 
John Rodgers, 13 July, 1813. 
Joseph Wallace, 13 July. 1813. 
Abraham Vanhoy, 13 July, 1813. 
Eleazer Aspinwall, 15 July, 1813. 



Garrison Surgeon's Mates. 

Joseph West, 10 June, 1802. 
John H. Turner, 1 May, 1810. 
David Neilson, 3 Dec., 1812. 
Charles Taylor, 3 April, 1813. . 

Chaplains. 

David Jones, 2 April, 1813. 
Robert Elliott, 20 May, 1813. 
Aaroii J. Booge, 16 June, 1813. 

Deputy Paymaster General. 
Washington Lee. Maj. 16th Infy. Utica. 

Assistant Deputy Paymaster Generals. 

Joseph H. Rees, Lieut. 3rd Art'y. 
Donald Eraser, Lieut. 15th Inf'y. 

District Paymaster. 
George Merchant. Albany. 

Deputy Commissary of Purchases. 
John H. Plummer. Albany. 

Assistant Deputy Commissaries Purchases. 
Mathew Irwin. Champlain. 

George Wadsworth. Burlington. 
James E. Herron. Niagara. 

Military Storekeeper. 
John Shaw. Albany. 

Right Wing Lake Champlain. 

Major General. 
Wade Hampton. 

Brigadier Generals. 
Thomas Parker. 
George Izard. 

Adjutant General. 

William King, 18 July, 1813. Maj. 15th 
Inf'y. 

Inspector General. 

Henry Atkinson, 25 April, 1813. Capt. 3rd 
Inf'y. 

Quartermaster General. 

James Thomas, 28 April, 1813. 

Assistant Deputy Quartermaster General. 
Henry Stanton, 12 July, 1813. Lieut. Light 
Art'y. 

Engineer. 
William M'Ree. Major. 

Assistant Engineer. 
Sylvanus Thayer. 1st Lieut. 

Assistant Topographical Engineer. 
Daniel Rose, 20 July, 1813. Lieut. 21st 
Inf'y. 

Hospital Surgeons. 
Samuel Shaw, 6 April, 1813. 
Walter V. Wheaton, 28 March, 1813. 

Hospital Surgeon's Mate. 
Thomas C. Walker, 2 July, 1813. 

Garrison Surgeon's Mate. 
Israel Stoddard, 18 Feb., 1813. 

District Paymaster. 
Walter Sheldon. Lieut, llth Inf'y. . 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THK ARMY, 1*13. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. HANK. DISTRICTS, STA- 
TIONS. &!'. 

Major Gi'nt-rals. 

Henry Deauborn. 27 Jan.. 1812. 3rd dist. 
Thomas Pinckney, 27 March, 1812. Gth 

dist. 

James Wilkinson. 2 March, 1813. 9th dist. 
Wade Hampton. 2 March, 1813. 9th dist. 
Morgan Lewis, 2 March. 1813. 9th dist. 
William II. Harrison, 2 March, 1813. 8th 

dist. 

Brig. Generals. 

Joseph Bloomfield, 27 March. 1812. 4th 
dist. 

James Winchester, 27 March, 1812. Pris- 
oner of war. 

William Hull, 8 April 1812. Prisoner of 
war on parole. 

Thomas Flournoy. 18 June, 1812. 7th dist. 

Thomas H. dishing} 2 July. 1812. 1st dist. 

John Chandler, 8 July, 1812. Prisoner of 
war. 

John P. Boyd. 20 Aug., 1812. 9th dist. 

Thomas Parker, 12 March. 1813. 9th dist. 

George Izard 12 March, 1813. 9th dist. 

William H. Winder. 12 March, 1813. Pris- 
oner of war. 

Diuican McArthur, 12 March, 1813. 8th 
dist. 

Lewis Cass, 12 March. 1813. 8th dist. 

Benjamin Howard. 12 March, 1813. 8th 
dist. 

David R. Williams. 9 July. 1813. 7th dist. 

Jacob Brown. 19 July, 1813. 9th dist. 

Leonard Covington, 1 Aug., 1813. 9th dist. 
Dead.} 

Brig. General*, Brer et. 
Henry Burbeck. 10 July. 1812. 2nd dist. 
Moses Porter, 10 Sept., 1813. 9th dist. 



QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT. 

Chief of Department. 

Brig. General. 
Robert Swartwout, 21 March, 1813. 

Quartermaster Generals. 

Colonels. 
William Linnard, 12 April, 1813. 4th dist. 

Philadelphia. . 

John C. Bartlett. 12 April. 1813. 8th dist. 
Elisha Jenkins. 22 April, 1813. 9th dist. 

Albany. 

James Thomas. 28 April. 1813. 9th dist. 
William Piatt. 2.'! June. 1X1:',. 7th dist. 

New Orleans. 
William Swan. 7 Aug.. 1813. 5th dist. 

Norfolk. 

Deputy Quarter-matter Generals. 

Majors. 
James S. Swearingen. 17 March. 1813. 4th 

dist. Pittsburg. 
Samuel Champlain. 18 March, 1813. Gth 

dist. Charleston. 

<\ Van De Venter, 20 March. 1813. 
Samuel Brown. 26 March, 1813. 9th dist. 
Taylor Berry. 31 March, isi:{. 8th dist. 

St. Louis/ 
Theoph. W. Smith. 2 April. 1813. 3rd dist. 

New York. 
Thomas Bourke, 19 April. 1813. Gth dist. 

Savannah. 
Paul Bentalou, 29 June, 1813. 5th dist. 

Baltimore. 



Captain*. 

William A. Barron. 2 April. 1813. 3rd 

dist. New York. 
Rirhard H. Ashley, 11 April. 1813. 2nd 

(list. Newport. 

Gustavus Loomis. V.) April. 1813. '.)th dist. 
\-]y.ri\ Smith. 11) April. 1X1.",. '.Mb (list. 
William Chrystie. 19 April. 1813. sth dist. 

St. Louis. 
Jonathan Allen, 20 April, 1S13. 1st dist. 

1'ittstield. 
John T. Wirt, 2.") April, 1813. 7th dist. 

Mobile. 
James W. Bryson. 2."> April, 1813. Sth dist. 

Newport. 

John Bliss. 28 April, 1813. 9th dist. 
Joseph Wheaton. 28 April. 1813. Sth dist. 
John G. Camp. 20 May. 1813. 9th dist. 
Abraham Ten Kyck, 2< May. 1M:!. 9th 

dist. 

Robert Patterson. 24 June. 1813. 4th dist. 
Henry StanTon. 12 July. 1813. 9th dist. 
Ferdinand Marsteller, 17 July, 1813. 5th 

dist. Washington. 

Thomas Campbell. 29 July. 1813. 9th dist. 
Timothy Burr, 31 July. 1813. 9th dist. 
James Rees. 1 Aug.. 1813. 9th dist. 
Samuel Duncan, G Aug., 1813. 4th dist. 

Carlisle/. 

Peter Lequex. 31 Aug.. 1813. Gth dist. 
William Cox. 31 Aug., 1813. Gth dist. 
Joseph B. Paine, 31 Aug.. 1813. Gth dist. 
James Ward. Ml Aug.. isi:i. Gth dist. 
Joseph Miller. 1 Sept.. 1M3. 9th dist. 



. TOPOGRAPHICAL DEPARTMENT. 
Topographical 



Majors. 

John Anderson. 12 April, 1813. 4th dist. 

Prisoner of War. 

Paul H. Perrault, 12 April, 1813. 5th dist. 

Isaac Roberdeau. 29 April, 1813. 4th dist. 

Simon Z. Watson, 20 Aug., 1813. Sth dist. 

Assistant Topographical Engineers. 

Captains. 

Thomas Clark, 1 April. 1813. 4th dist. 
James Kearney, 12 April, 1813. 9th dist. 

War Office. 

Daniel Rose. 20 July, 1813. 9th dist. 
Benjamin Connor, 3 Aug., 1813. 9th dist. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 
Adjutant Generals. 

Colon r/.v. 
John R. Fenwick, 18 March. 1813. 3rd 

dist. New York. 
William Duane, 18 March, 1813. 4th dist. 

Philadelphia. 
Francis K. Huger, G April, 1813. Gth dist. 

Charleston. 
Peter P. Schuyler, 28 April, 1813. 1st dist. 

Boston. 

William King. 18 July. 1813. 9th dist. 
John B. Walbach, ', Aug.. 1813. 9th dist. 
Edmund P. Gaines. 1 Sept.. 1813. 8th dist. 
James Bankhead, 9 Sept., 1813. 5th dist. 

Norfolk. 

Assistant Ailjiitunl General*. 

Majors. 

Charles K. Gardner. 1X March. 1813. 
Thomas Chrystic. 18 March, 1813. 3rd dist. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THi: ARMY, 1813. 



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Robert Dunn, 28 March, 1813. 8th dist. 
John Johnson, 2 Apfil. 181 3. 9th dist. 
Ebenezer Beebe, 2 April, 1813. 9th dist. 
Talbot Chambers, 2 April, 1813. 9th dist. 
John Erving, 6 April, 1813. 6th dist. 
Carj Nicholas, 25 April, 1813. 9th dist. 



Thomas L. Hawkins, 6 Aug., 1813. N. W. 
Army. 

James Baker, 6 Aug., 1813. 9th dist. Al- 
bany. 



INSPECTOR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 
Inspector Generals. 

Colonels. 

A. Y. Nicoll. 18 March, 1813. 
Nicholas Gray, 18 March, 1813. 3rd dist. 
William Boote, 6 April, 1813. 6th dist. 
Henry Atkinson, 25 April, 1813. 9th dist. 
Jacob Kingsbury. 28 April, 1813. 2nd dist. 
James Gibson, 13 July, 1813. 9th dist. 

Assistant Inspector Generals. 

Majors. , 

Enos Cutler, 18 March, 1813. 1st dist. 
John C. Tillotson, 18 March, 1813. 3rd 

dist. 

Levi Hukill, 6 April, 1813. 8th dist. 
J. Snelling, 25 April, 1813. 9th dist. 
Robert Sterry, 10 May, 1813. 4th dist. 
Daniel Hughes, 7 Aug., 1813. 7th dist. 



ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. 
Commissary General. 

Colonel. 

Deems Wadsworth, 2 July, 1812. Washing- 
ton. 

Assistant Commissary General. 

Major. 

George Bomford, 18 June, 1812. 9th dist. 
Albany. 

Deputy Commissaries. 

Captains. 

John Morton, 11 Sept., 1812. Washington. 

Abraham R. Woolley, 4 Dec., 1812. 4th 
dist. Pittsburg. 

John II. Margart, 31 Dec., 1812. 6th dist. 
Charleston. 

James Daliba, 5 Aug., 1813. 9th dist. Al- 
bany. 

Thomas L. Campbell, 5 Aug., 1813. 9th 
dist. 

Edwin Tylor, 5 Aug., 1813. 5th dist. 

R. D. Richardson, 5 Aug., 1813. 8th dist. 
N. W. Army. 

George Talcott, Jr., 5 Aug., 1813. 3rd dist. 
New York. 

Assistant Deputy Commissaries. 

Lieutenants. 
JEneas McKay, 12 March, 1813. 3rd dist. 

New York. 
William Wade, 12 March, 1813. 4th dist. 

Pittsburg. 
Rufus L. Baker, 12 March, 1813. 9th dist. 

Albany. 
William' C. Lyman, 19 April, 1813. 4th 

dist. Pittsburg. 
George Larned, 19 April, 1813. 9th dist. 

Albany. 
Nehemiah Baden, 6 Aug., 1813. 5th dist. 

Washington. 

Daniel Bruckner, 6 Aug., 1813. 6th dist. 
Christopher Keiser, 6 Aug., 1813. 6th dist. 

Charleston. 



JUDGE ADVOCATES. 

E. A. Bancker, Esq., 18 March, 1813. 3rd 

dist. 
Philip S. Parker, Esq., 2 April, 1813. 9th 

dist. 

John S. Wills, Esq., 7 May, 1813. 5th dist. 
T. T. Dent, Esq., 19 July, 1813. 6th dist. 
Stephen Lush, Jr., Esq., 5 Oct., 1813. 9th 

dist. 



HOSPITAL DEPARTMENT. 
Physician and Surgeon General. 
James Tilton, 11 June, 1813. 9tlr dist. 

Apothecary General. 
Francis Le Baron, 11 June, 1813. 9th dist. 

Hospital Surgeons. 

James Mann, 9 April. 1812. 9th dist. 
G. E. Prendergast, 25 April. 1812. 9th dist. 
David C. Kerr, 30 April, 1812. 7th dist. 
Samuel Akerly, 6 July, 1812. 3d dist. 
William M. Ross, 18 March, 1813. 9th dist. 
W. V. Wheaton. 28 March, 1813. 9th dist. 
Samuel Shaw, 6 April. 1812. 9th dist. 
Hosea Blood. 5 MaV, 1813. 9th dist. 
William McCaw, 20 May, 1813. 6th dist. 
George D. Proctor, 11 June. 1813. 6th dist. 
B. Waterhouse, 29 June, 1813. 1st dist. 
Thomas Akin, 29 June, 1813. 6th dist. 
John R. Martin, 2 July, 1813. 8th dist. 
E. W. Bull, 8 Aug., 1813. 9th dist. 

Hospital Surgeon's Mates. 
William Thomas, 7 July, 1809. 9th dist. 
Roger Smith, 14 May, 1812. 9th dist. 
James Stephenson. 27 May. 1812. 7th dist. 
Stephen Sutton, 27 May, 1812. 7th dist. 
Samuel Schofield, 15 Sept., 1812. 9th dist. 
John H. Sackett, 22 March. 1813. 5th dist. 
J. B Whitredge. 30 March. 1813. 9th dist. 
H. Van Hoevenberg, 31 March, 1813. 9th 

dist. 

Edward Purcell. 2 May. 1813. 9th dist. 
William W. Hazard, "14 May, 1813. 9th 

dist. 

Henry Brundidge, 16 May, 1813. 9th dist. 
Joseph L. Stevens, 29 July, 1813. 6th dist. 
Thomas C. Walker, 2 July, 1813. 9th dist. 
William Jones, 2 July, 1813. 5th dist. 
William E. Homer, 2 July. 1813. 9th dist. 
John Rogers, 15 July, 1813. 9th dist. 
Joseph Wallace, 15 July, 1813. 9th dist. 
E. Aspinwall. 15 July, 1813. 9th dist. 
Abraham Vanhoy. 15 July. 1813. 9th dist. 
William Meriwether, 19 July, 1813. 6th 

dist. 
A. Torbling, 4 Oct., 1813. 9th dist. 

Garrison Surgeon. 

Oliver II. Spencer, 9 July, 1804. 7th dist. 
New Orleans. 

Garrison Surgeon's Mates. 
Joseph West, 10 June, 1802. 9th dist. Ni- 

John F.' Heileman, 2 June, 1802. 4th dist. 

Fort Mifflin. 
George W. Maupin, 5 Nov., 1802. ' 5th dist. 

Fort Nelson. 
Joseph Goodhue. 8 Feb., 1803. 1st dist. 

Fort Constitution. 
Abraham Stewart, 6 March, 1806. 8th dist. 

St. Louis. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



James A. Sergent, 6 March, 1806. 1st dist. 

Fort Independence. 
Robert Huston, 27 Feb., 1807. 7th dist. 

Fort Stoddart. 
Charles Slocum, 25 March. 1807. 7th dist. 

Natchitoches. 
Lemuel B. Clark, 4 Jan., 1808. 5th dist. 

Norfolk. 
William T. Davidson, 13 June, 1808. 7th 

dist. Fort Stoddart. 

John H. Turner, 1 May, 1810. 7th dist. 
C. Cunningham, 15 Oct., 1810. 8th dist. 

Detroit. 
Jonathan S. Cool, 8 Feb., 1811. 8th dist. 

Fort Osage. 
William Ballard. 24 March, 1812. 6th dist. 

Fort Hawkins. 
Samuel Dusenbury, 25 March, 1812. 6th 

dist. St. Mary's. 
Alexander Wollcott, 25 March, 1812. 3rd 

dist. New York. 
Anthony Benezet, 25 March, 1813. 8th dist. 

Fort Wayne. 
William Turner. 29 Sept., 1812. 2nd dist. 

Newport, Rhode Island. 
David Neilson, 3 Dec., 1812. 9th dist. 
Israel Stoddard, 18 Feb., 1813. 9th dist. 

Burlington. 

Charles Taylor, 3 April. 1813. 9th dist. 
Samuel Meriwether, 1 Aug., 1813. 8th dist. 

St. Louis. 



CHAPLAINS. 

David Jones. 2 April, 1813. 9th dist. 
Peter J. Van Pelt, 2 April. 1813. 3rd dist. 
James I. Wllmer 20 May, 1813. 8th dist. 
Robert Elliott, 20 May, 1813. 9th dist. 
Aaron J. Booge, 16 June, 1813. 9th dist. 
Stephen Lindsley, 29 July. 1813. 8th dist. 
Thomas Hersey, 20 Aug., 1813. 8th dist. 



MILITARY ACADEMY. 

Senior Officer of Engineers, Superintendent. 

Jared Mansfield. Professor Natural and Ex- 
IH ri mental Philosophy. 

Andrew Elliott, Professor of Mathematics. 

Alden Partridge, Professor Art of Engineer- 
ing. 

F. De Masson, Teacher of French. 

C. E. Zoeller, Teacher of Drawing. 

Samuel Walsh Surgeon. 

Adam Emple, Chaplain. 



PURCHASING DEPARTMENT. 
Commissary General. 

C. Irvine, Esq., 8 Aug., 1812. Philadel- 
phia. 

Deputy Commissaries, 

John McKinney, 25 April, 1812. 5th dist. 

Washington. 
John H. Plummer, 4 June, 1812. 9th dist. 

Albany. 
John Langdon, 4 June, 1812. 1st dist. 

Portsmouth. 
Amasa Stetson, 22 June, 1812. 1st dist. 

Boston. 

Elisha Tracy, 6 July, 1812. 2nd dist. Nor- 
wich. 
Samuel Russell, 18 Sept., 1812. 3rd dist. 

New York, 
John H. Piatt, 18 Sept., 1812. 8th dist. 

Cincinnati. 
James Calhoun, Jr., 29 June, 1813. 5th 

dist. Baltimore. 
Robert C. Jennings, 19 July, 1813. 5th 

dist. Norfolk. 



Assistant Commissaries. 
Matthew Irwin, May. 1813. 9th dist. 

Champlain. New York. 
George Wadsworth Sept., 1813. 9th dist. 

Burlington, Vermont. 
Robert Irvine. 8th dist. Detroit. 
James E. Herron. 9th dist. Niagara. 

Military Storekeepers. 

John M. Taylor, 1813. 4th dist. Phila- 
delphia. 

Samuel Devens, 1813. 1st dist. Charles- 
town. 

John Shaw, 1813. 9th dist. Albany. 

John Fellows, 1813. 3rd dist. New York. 

Jonathan Snowden. 3rd dist. West Point. 

H. P. Deering. 22 March, 1813. 3rd dist. 
Sagg Harbor. 

Richard Parker. 4th dist. Carlisle. 

D. Kirkpatrick. 1813. 4th dist. Newcastle. 

William C. Bennett, 1813. 4th dist. Wil- 
mington. 

Henry Simons, June, 1813. 6th dist. 
Charleston. 

Thomas Martin. 1813. 8th dist. Newport. 

Giles L'Hommedieu, 1813. 2nd dist. Nor- 
wich. 

Edwin Starke, 1813. 5th dist. Norfolk. 

John Rice. 1813. 1st dist. Portsmouth. 

John Chaffee, 1813. 1st dist. Springfield. 

Samuel Annin, 1813. 5th dist. Harper's 
Ferry. 

Thomas B. Rutter, 1813. 5th dist. Balti- 
more. 






" PAY DEPARTMENT. 

Paymaster of Army. 
Robert Brent, Esq., 1 July, 1808. 

Deputy Paymaster General. 

Major. 

Washington Lee, 13 April, 1813. Northern 
Army. 

Assistant Deputy Paymaster Generals. 

2nd Lieutenant. 

D. Fraser, 4 Aug., 1813. Frontiers New 
York. 

1st Lieutenant. 

J. H. Rees, 24 Sept., 1813. Frontiers New 
York. 

District Paymasters. 

Major. 

Nehemiah Freeman, 16* March, 1802. 1st 
dist. Boston. 

Captains. 
Ambrose Whitlock, 13 June. 1805. 8th dist. 

Vincennes. 
Simeon Knight, 24 March, 1808. 7th dist. 

Natchez. 
Alpha Kingsley, 9 Feb., 1810. 7th dist. 

Nashville. 
John T. Pemberton, 4 June, 1812. 7th dist. 

New Orleans. 
Henry Phillips, 12 June, 1812. 4th dist. 

Philadelphia. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Jonathan Eastman, 4 March, 1806. Pris- 
oner of war, parole. 

Satterlee Clark, 15 Aug., 1810. 5th dist. 
Washington. 

Hamlin Cook, 26 July, 1813. 6th dist. 
Charleston. 

Walter Sheldon. 4 Aug., 1813. 9th dist. 
Burlington, Vt. 

Jacob W. Albright, 4 Sept., 1813. 4th dist. 
W. Pennsylvania. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



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Citizens. 
Samuel H. Eakin, 3 June, 1812. 3rd dist. 

New York City. 
James Taylor, 4 June, 1812. 8th dist. 

Newport. Prisoner of war. 
Joseph Watson. 
Thompson Douglass, 12 June, 1812. 8th 

dist. St. Louis. 
Samuel Turner, 12 June, 1812. 5th dist. 

Petersburg. 

Jesse Hunt, 22 Sept., 1812. 8th dist. Cin- 
cinnati. 
George Merchant, 29 Sept., 1812. 9th dist. 

Albany. 
Samuel Huntington, 3 Oct., 1812. 8th dist. 

N. W. Army. 
Joseph C. Boyd, 14 Jan., 1813. 1st dist. 

Portland. 
Robert Gardner, 3 Aug., 1813. Quebec, Pay 

Pr. 
George L. Perkins, 7 Sept., 1813. 2nd dist. 

New London. 

COUPS OF ENGINEERS. 

Colonel. 
Jos. G. Swift, 31 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Walker K. Armistead, 31 July, 1812. 

Majors. 

G. Bomford, 6 July. 1812. 
Wm. McRee, 31 July, 1812. 

Captains. 

Charles Gratiot, 23 Feb.. 1808. 
A. Partridge, 23 July, 1810. 
Eleazer D. Wood, 1 July, 1813. Major 

brevet, 6 May, 1812. 
J. G. Totten, 31 July, 1813. Major brevet, 

6 June, 1812. 
Sam. Babcock, 20 Sept., 1812. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Sylvester Thayer, 1 July, 1812. 
Wm. Cutbush, 1 July, 1812. 
Ed. De Russy, 6 July, 1812: 
Thos. P. Finley. 31 July, 1812. Paymaster. 
Fred. Lewis, 20 Sept., 1812. Aid of Maj. 

General Dearborn. 
James Gadsden, 17 March, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
T. W. Maurice, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Hipolite Dumas, 3 Aug., 1813. 
D. B. Douglass. 1 Oct., 1813. 
George Trescott, 16 Oct., 1813. 
J. L. Smith, 16 Oct.. 1813. 



REGIMENT OF LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

Colonel. 

Moses Porter. 12 March, 1812. Brig. Gen. 
brevet, 10 Sept., 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

J. R. Fenwick, 2 Dec., 1811. Adjutant Gen- 
eral. 

Majors. 
Abm. Eustis, 15 March, 1810. Lieut. Col. 

brevet, 10 Sept., 1813. 
Thos. Pitts, 20 Jan., 1813. 

Captains. 

James Gibson, 2 May, 1810. Inspector Gen- 
eral. 

Wm. Campbell, 30 May, 1810. 
R. H. McPherson, 15 July, 1810. 
J. N. Mclntosh, 1 May, 1811. 



Samuel Price, 15 Aug., 1811. 
And. McDowell, 1 April, 1812. 
Luth. Leonard, 6 July, 1812. 
Benj. Branch, 24 Aug., 1812. 
G. W. Melvin, 24 Aug., 1812. 

A. W. Thornton, 20 Jan., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Fras. Stribling, 1 March, 1811. 
Thos. Ketchum, 1 Sept., 1811. 
John R. Bell, 24 Aug., 1812. Assistant In- 
spector General. 

F. B. Murdoch, 24 Aug., 1812. 
W. F. Hobart, 5 April, 1813. 
W. Sumpter, 27 May, 1813. 

G. W. Hight, 10 Aug., 1813. 
Wm. W. Smith, 1 Oct.. 1813. 
Wm. K. Beall, 23 Oct., 1813. 
G. N. Morris, 23 Oct., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
J. H. Wilkins, 30 March, 1813. 
John Gates, Jr., 1 April. 1813. Adjutant. 
Nelson Freeland, 4 April, 1813. 
J. T. McKinney, 5 April, 1813. 
S. M. Mackay, 27 May, 1813. 

B. F. Robb, 30 June, 1813. 
Wm. Bazeau, 10 Aug.. 1813. 
G. E. Wells, 1 Oct., 1813. 
Elijah Lyon, 23 Oct., 1813. 
S. Washburn, 23 Oct., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Henry Stanton, 29 June, 1813. Assistant 

Deputy Quartermaster General. 
Joseph Scott, 2 July, 1813. 
Lloy.d Hilleary, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Edm. M. Giles, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Rich. W. Fields. 1 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
A. Tombling, 4 Oct., 1813. 



FIRST LIGHT DRAGOONS. 

Colonel. 
Jacint Laval, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Nelson Luckett, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Majors. 

T. A. Helms, 7 June, 1813. 
A. P. Hayne, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 

Asa Morgan, 18 Jan, 1810. 
Seleck Osborne, 20 Feb., 1811. 
Silas Halsey, 31 May, 1811. 
A. Cummings, 1 Nov., 1811. 
W. M. Littlejohn, 1 Dec.. 1812. 
George Haig, 20 Jan., 1813. 
Levi Hukill. 7 June, 1813. Assistant In- 
spector General. 

E. Boardman, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Is/ 1 Lieutenants. 

Joseph Kean, 31 May, 1811. Adjutant. 
H. Whiting. 20 Aug., 1811. Aid to Brig. 

General Boyd. 
George Birch, 1 Nov.. 1811. 

F. S. Belton, 20 Jan., 1813. Paymaster. 
Wm. Neilson, 7 June, 1813. 

Louis Laval, 28 July, 1813. 
James Barton, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Loring Austin, 3 Sept., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
V. P. Luckett. 9 Oct., 1812. 
Ed. Carrington, 12 Oct., 1812. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1*13. 



Owen Ransom, 1 Dec., 1812. 
Thomas Heriot, 20 Jan., 1813. 
W. Hampton, Jr., 17 March, 1813. 
T. B. Barton, 27 July, 1813. 
F. H. Lissenhoff, 1 Aug., 1813. 
John A. Binns, 3 Sept., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenant*. 
Thomas F. Hunt, 2 July. 1813. 
Benj. Desha, 1 Aug., 1813. 
T. J. Harrison. 15 Aug.. 1813. 
L. P. Gustine, 29 July, 1813. 

Comet*. 

Thomas Hogan, 9 Sept.. 1813. 
Pbilip Anspach, 25 Sept., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Lewis Dunham, 12 Dec., 1808. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
S. H. Littlejohn, 3 April, 1813. 



SECOND LIGHT DRAGOONS. 

Colonel. 
James Burn, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
A. T. Macneil, 6 July, 1812. 

Majors. 

J. T. Woodford, 6 July, 1812. 
James V. Ball, 16 Sept., 1812. Lieut. Col. 
Bvt., 18 Dec., 1812. 

Captains. 

S. R. Proctor, 6 July, 1812. 
S. O. Hopkins, 6 July. 1812. 
Henry Hall. 6 Julv, 1812. 
Sam.'D. Harris. 6 July. 1812. 
John A. Burd. 6 Julv, 1812. 
Jos. Selden. 6 July.* 1812. 
Jonas Holland. 6 July. 1812. 
John Butler, 6 July. 1812. 
Chas. J. Nourse, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Isf 1 Lieutenant*. 
Abel Wheelock. 6 July, 1812. 
Beverly Turpin, 6 July. 1812. 
Walter German, 6 July, 1812. 
J. Nicholas. Jr., 6 July. 1812. 
James Hedges, 6 July. 1812. 
A. II. Sneed, 6 July. 1812. Paymaster. 
Gabriel Barbour. 6 July, 1812. 
Fayette Roane, 16 April. 1813. 
T. S. Johnson. 16 May, 1813. 
Edw. Conway, 31 Oct., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenant*. 
Walter Coles. 6 Julv. 1812. 
Ira Williams. 6 July. 1812. 
Benj. Smith. 6 July. 1812. 
J. C. Tillotson. 10 Aug.. 1812. Assistant 

Inspector General. 

Robt. H. Craig. 18 March. 1813 Adjutant 
P. Callan. 18 March. 1813. 
Isaac Griffith. 18 March. 1813. 
T>an. Bartling. 22 April. 1813. 
James Martin. 30 April. 1813. 
Benj. Burd, 16 May, 1813. 

3>v7 Lieutenant*. 
Geo. Watts, 18 March, 1813. 
Jas. Trippe. 29 April. 1813. 
H. A. Havs. 29 April. IS 1 ..",. 
A. M'Fariand. 29 April. 1813. 
C. Wright. 29 April, 1813. 
Hugh Sterling. 29 April. 1813. 
John Hoomes. 20 May, 1813. Aid to Maj. 

Gen. Hampton. 
John L. Elbert, 20 June, 1813. 



Cornets. 

T. Bracken. 16 May, 1813. 
Sylv. Booth. 19 July, 1813. 
('has. Clarkson, 29 July, 1813. 
It. Northington, 29 July, 1813. 
Clatborne Cain, 1 Oct., 1813. 
Win. Johnson, 11 Oct., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
W. H. Buckner, 6 July, 1812. 

S it ry con's Mate. 
L. M. Bailey, 7 May, 1812. 



FIRST ARTILLERY. 

Colonel. 

Henry Burbeck. 1 April, 1802. Brig. Gen. 
Bvt., 10 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel 

Const. Freeman. 1 April, 1802. Col. Bvt., 
10 July, 1812. 

Major. 

Wm. Mac Rea. 31 July, 1800. Lieut. Col. 
Bvt., 10 July. 1812. 

A. Y. Nicoll, 1 Dec., 1804. Inspector Gen- 
eral. 

Jas. B. Many, 5 May, 1813. 

Captains. 
Lloyd Beall, 16 Feb., 1801. Maj: Bvt., 10 

July. 1812. 

S. T. Dyson, 15 Sept.. 1804. 
Nat. Leonard, 1 Dec.. 1804. 
C. Wollstonecraft. 13 March, 1805. 
J. B. Walbach, 31 Jan., 1806. Adjutant 

General. 

Moses Swett, 30 June. 1807. 
Wm. Wilson, 3 May, 1808. 
E. Humphreys, 9 Jan.. 1809. 
Frs. Newman. 1 Oct., 1809. 
J. S. Swearingen, 13 Jan., 1811. Deputy 

Quartermaster General. 
Jas. Hanham. 10 July, 1811. 
Michaer Walaji. 31 Oct., 1811. 
James Reed. 12 March, 1812. 
Thos. Murray. 10 Feb.. 1813. 
Wm. Gates. 3 March, 1813. 
J. F. Heileman. 5 May. 1813. 
.7. Gansevoort. 11 May. 1813. 
Hopley Yeaton. 20 May. 1813. 
Sam. Mac-lay, 20 June, 1813. 

l*f Lieuti-nant*. 

Jona. Eastman, 30 June, 1807. District 
Paymaster. 

Josh. Proveaux, 9 Jan., 1809. 

Thos. Bennett. 1 Aug., 1809. 

Ethan A. Allen. 1 Oct.. 1809. 

Arch. Darrah, 29 Jan.. 1811. 

M. P. Lomax. 30 June. 1811. 

Justus Post, 1 July, 1811. Agent Fortifica- 
tions. 

S. Clarke. 10 July. 1811. District Paymas- 
ter. 

S. Champlain. 31 Oct., 1811. Deputy Quar- 
termaster General. 

Heman A. Fay. 23 Dec.. 1811. 

Milo Mason. 29 Feb.. 1812. 

C. Van de Venter. 12 March, 1812. Deputy 
Quartermaster General. 

J. Fitzgerald. 14 March. 1812. 

J. Erving. Jr.. 16 Aug., 1812. Assistant 
Adjutant General. 

A. L.' Sands. 10 Feb.. 1813. 

Thos. .7. Beall. 3 March. 1813. 

Jnmt's Dnlihn. 3 March, 1813. Deputy Com- 
missary Ordnance. 

Gus. Loomis. 5 Mav. 1813. Assistant Deputy 
Quartermaster General. 



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Ezra Smith, 11 May, 1813. Assistant Deputy 
Quartermaster General. 

It. H. Ashley, 20 May, 1813. Assistant Dep- 
uty Quartermaster General. 

.1. S. Brush, 20 June, 1813. 

F. Whiting, 10 Feb., 1812. 

.Samuel Spotts, 10 Feb.. 1812. 

Wm. Parker. 10 Feb., 1812. 

Lev! Whiting, 10 Feb., 1812. 

.]. W. Rouse, 27 March. 1812. 

15. K White, 14 April, 1812. 

P. St. Medard, 30 April, 1812. 

Abel B. Chase, 30 April, 1812. 

James Baker, 1 May, 1812. 

W. H. Nicoll, 6 July, 1812. 

J. W. Lent, Jr.. 12 March, 1813. Aid to 
Brig. Gen. Burbeck. 

Charles Clark, 12 March, 1813 

Thomas Elfe, Jr., 17 March, 1813. 

S. Rockwell, 20 March, 1813. 

Josh. Bosque, 12 April, 1813. 

A. W. Forbush, 5 May, 1813. 
Peter Melendy, 29 June. 1813. 

B. C. Bartlett, 29 June, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

M. M. Russell, 10 July, 1813. 
Hugh Orr, 19 July, 1813. 
J. Bennett, 1 Aug.. 1813. 
W,. J. Sever, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Rflmd. Hopkins, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Ticnj. Conner. 3 Aug., 1813. Assistant To- 
pographical Engineer. 
John Ellison, 29 Sept., 1813. 



SECOND ARTILLERY. 

Colonel. 
Winfield Scott, 12 March, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel 

F. K Huger, 3 March, 1813: Adjutant 
General. 

Wm. Lindsay, 12 March, 1813. 

Majors. 

D. M. Forney, 6 July. 1812. 
J. Hindman, 26 June, 1813. 

Captains. 

Nathan Towson, 6 July. 1812. 
S. B. Archer, 6 July. 1812. 
Wm Nicholas. 6 July. 1812. 
J. N. Barker, 6 July, "181 2. 
J. B. I'on, 6 July. 1812. 
Sanders Donoho. 6 July. 1812. 
Thos. Biddle, Jr., 6 July, 1812. Brigade 

Major. 

Jos. Philips, 6 July. 1812. 
John Ritchie, G July, 1812. 
John Goodall, 6 July, 1812. 
Jesse Robinson 6, July. 1812. 
Robert M. Gill. 6 July, 1812. 
P. Hawkins, Jr., 6 July. 1812. 
Dan. Cushing, 6 July. 1812. 
Stanton Sholes, 6 July, 1812. 

G. W. Russell, 6 July. 1812. 
Spots. Henry, 6 July. 1812. 
Fred'k Evans, 6 July. 1812. 

A. J. Williams. 12 March. 1813. 
T. M. Randolph, 26 June 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

John S. Peyton, 6 July. 1812. 
Hy. K. Craig, 6 July, 1812. 
Adrian Neil, 6 July. 1812. 
P. M'Donough, 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. M. Read, 6 July. 1812. 
Jonan. Kearsley. f> July, 1812. Adjutant. 
Wm. J. Cowan, 6 July, 1812. 
John Fontaine, 6 July, 1812. 
J. H. Larwill, 6 July, 1812. 



Lowndes Brown, 6 July, 1812. 

Luther Scott, 6 July, 1812. 

Robert R. Ruffin, 6 July, 1812. Paymaster. 

Hy. Slaughter, 6 July, 1812. 

J. H. Dearing. 6 July, 1812. 

Isaac Davis, 13 March, 1813. 

R. A. Zantzinger. 13 March, 1813. 

Robt. Stewart, 13 March, 1813. 

J. L. Edwards, 28 March, 1813. 

Edwin Sharpe. 26 June 1813. 

Wm. Tyler, 14 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Jacob W r arley, 6 July, 1812. 

Wm. Smith, 6 July, 1812. 

Lewis Morgan, 6 July, 1812. 

John Ruffin, 6 July, 1812. 

J. H. Gamble, 6 Julv, 1812. 

John W. Kincaid, 6 July. 1812. 

Robert Goode, 6 July, 1812. 

Francis O. Byrd, 6 July, 1812. 

Thomas Winn, 6 July, 1812. 

Thomas Clark, 16 April, 1813. Assistant 

Topographical Engineer. 
Cld. D. Cooper, 16 April, 1813. Aid to Brig. 

Gen. Izard. 

Jos. P. Prince, 16 April, 1813. 
G. Doneghey, 16 April, 1813. 
P J. Nevill,' 20 April, 1813. 
M. S. Massey, 13 May, 1813. 
J. P. Bunting, 26 June, 1813. 
J. Henderson. 26 June, 1813. 
T. Shubrick, 26 June, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

W. E. Broadwater, 2 July, 1813. 
Benj. Lawson, 9 July, 1813. 
H. M. Campbell. 19 July, 1813. 
John Mitchell, 19 July, 1813. 
Hy. L. Duffell, 1 Aug., 1813. 
W. Berryman, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Jas. C. Pickett, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Britton Evans. 15 Aug., 1813. 
J. Watmough, 22 Sept., 1813. 
Wm. Kenny, 23 Sept., 1813. 
N. Henderson, 12 Oct., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
J. De La Motta, 1 May, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
James Trimble, 6 July, 1812. 
Louis L. Near, 6 July, 1812. 



THIRD ARTILLERY. 

Colonel. 
A. Macomb, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonels. 

G. E. Mitchell. 3 March, 1813. ' 
James House, 3 March. 1813. 

Majors. 

Samuel Nye. 6 July. 1812. 
G. Armistead, 3 March, 1813. 

Captains. 

Ich. B. Crane, 6 July, 1812. 
Roger Jones, 6 July. 1812. Brigade Major. 
J. H. Boyle, 6 July, 1812. 
A. S. Brooks, 6 July. 1812. 
J. W. Gookin, 6 July. 1812. 
W. VanDeursen. Jr.. 6 July. 1812. 
J. S. B. Romavne. 6 July. 1812. 
Hor. H. Watson, 6 July, 1812. 
Evan B. Morse, 6 July, 1812. 
James M'Keon, 6 July, 1812. 
Rufus M'Intire, 6 July, 1812. 
Benj. S. Ogden, 6 July. 1812. 
Jonan. Brooks, 24 Sept., 1812. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



Steph. Collins, 13 Jan.. 1813. 

A. C. W. Fanning, 13 March, 1813. 

S. M. O'Conner, 13 March, 1813. Late 

Quartermaster. 

G. H. Richards, 13 March, 1813. 
S. M. Dewey, 20 May, 1813. 
S. Churchill, 15 Aug., 1813. 

B. K. Pierce, 1 Oct.. 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Jas. Green, Jr., 6 July, 1812. 
J. L. Tracy, 6 July, 1812. 
Moses J. Chase, 6 July, 1812. 
W. DePeyster, 6 July, 1812. 
John Farley, 6 July, 1812. 
Harold Smith. 6 July, 1812. 
Peter Pifer, 6 July, 1812. 
Benj. Brearley, 6 July, 1812. 
John W. Green, 6 July, 1812. 
Samuel Weston, 6 July, 1S12. 

C. M. Macomb, 13 March, 1812. Adjutant. 
Jos. H. Rees, 13 March, 1812. Assistant 

Deputy Paymaster General. 
W. R. Duncan, 13 March, 1812. 
Chester Root, 13 March, 1812. Paymaster. 
Matth. Jenkins, 13 March. 1812. 
P. D. Spencer, 13 May, 1812. 
Jno. Mountfort, 20 May, 1812. 
G. Dearborn, 1 Oct., 1812. 
Felix Ansart, 1 Oct., 1812. 
Wm. King, 1 Oct., 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
T C. Legate, 6 July, 1812. 
John P. Bartlett. 6 July, 1812. 
Adam A. Gray, 6 July, 1812. 
J. I. Cromwell, 23 Nov.. 1812. 
Thos. Chrystie, 18 March 1813. Assistant 
Adjutant General. 

F. P. Woolsey, 20 May, 1813. 
W. M'Clintock, 20 June. 1813. 
L. H. Osgood, 20 June, 1813. 
R. M. Kirby, 9 July, 1813. 

G. B. Sheldon, 9 July, 1813. 
Wm. B. Read, 29 July, 1813. 
T. B. Chickering, 1 A*ug., 1813. 
Ed. Baynton, 1 Oct., 1813. 

D. Blaney, Jr., 1 Oct.. 1813. 
Libbeus Custis, 1 Oct., 1813. 
Wm. Lyon, 1 Oct., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
C. Newkirk, 1 Oct., 1813. 
Oliver Bangs, 11 Oct., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
J. H. Bradford. 3 Oct.. 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Joseph Eaton, 14 Aprili 1812 
German Senter, 14 April, 1812. 



FIRST INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 

J. Kingsbury, 18 Aug., 1808. Inspector 
General. 

Lieut. Colonel 
R. C. Nicholas. 15 Aug., 1812. 

Majors. 
Z. Pike, 20 March, 1800. Lieut. Col. Bvt., 

10 July, 1812. 
E. B. Clemson. 20 Jan., 1813. 

Captains. 

John Whistler. 1 July, 1797. Major Bvt., 
10 July, 1812. 

Simon Owens. 18 Aug., 1808. 

D. Hughes. 15 Dec., 1808. Assistant In- 
spector General. 



Daniel Baker, 12 Mar., 1812. Aid to Maj. 
Gen. Lewis. 

A. Whitlock, 26 Aug., 1812. District Pay- 
master. 

W. Whistler, 31 Dec.. 1812. 

J. C. Symmes, 20 Jan.. 1813. 

Simeon Knight, 20 Jan.. 1813. District 
Paymaster. 

A. Kingsley 20 Jan., 1813. District Pay- 
master. 

H. Johnson, 20 Jan.. 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Benj. Marshall, 14 Oct., 1808. 

J. Brownson, 8 Dec.. 1808. 

T. Hamilton, 15 Dec., 1808. 

J. W. Albright, 26 Aug., 1812. District 

Paymaster. 

S. Perkins, 31 Dec.. 1812. 
L. T. Helm. 20 Jan.. 1813. 
J. W. Bryson, 20 Jan., 1813. Assistant 

Deputy Quartermaster General. 
J. Campbell, 20 Jan., 1813. 
D. Stansbury, 20 Jan.. 1813. 

B. Vasquez, 30 July, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Lewis Bissell, 12 March, 1812. 
J. A. Shaw, 26 Aug., 1812. 
Ormond Marsh, 30 Oct., 1812. 
Danl. Curtis. 31 Dec.. 1812. 
R. A. M'Cabe, 31 Dec., 1812. 
N. E. Westfall, 20 Jan.. 1813. 
W. Anderson, 20 Jan.. 1813. Assistant 

Deputy Quartermaster General. 
John O. Fallan, 20 Jan., 1813. Aid to 

Maj. Gen. Harrison. 

Ensigns. 

J. C. Wooding, 1 Aug., 1813. 
H. Carrington, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
H. Catlett, 18 Feb.. 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
S. C. Muir, 7 April, 1813. 



SECOND INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Richard Sparks, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
John Bowyer, 6 July, 1812. 

Majors. 
Wm. R. Boote, 6 July, 1812. Inspector 

General. 

Wm. Swan, 20 Jan., 1813. Quartermaster 
General. 

Cap to '*. 

Hugh M'Call. 19 Aug., 1800. Major Bvt., 
10 July, 1812. 

Wm. Piatt, 17 Feb., 1809. Quartermaster 
General. 

W. Lawrence, 1 Jan., 1810. 

H. B. Brevoort. 1 May. 1811. 

John Miller, 12 March. 1812. 

R. Chamberlain, 6 July. 1812. 

J. T. Pemberton, 20 Jan., 1813. District 
Paymaster. 

Wm. F. Ware. 5 May, 1813. 

John M. Davis, 30 May, 1813. Late Pay- 
master. 

1st Lieutenants. 

A. Brownlow, 1 Jan., 1810. Adjutant. 
John Mathers, 1 May, 1811. 
John T. Wirt, 6 July. 1812. Assistant Dep- 
uty Quartermaster General. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



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E. Bogardus, 6 July, 1812. 

II. Bradley, 15 Aug., 1812. Quartermaster. 

B. Willis, 1 Nov., 1812. 

H. H. Villlard. 10 Jan., 1813. 

John Bliss, 20 Jan., 1813. Assistant Dep- 
uty Quartermaster General. 

H. A. Burchsted, 5 May, 1813. 

J. Bell, 30 May, 1813. Aid to MaJ. Gen. Wil- 
kinson. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
T. Doggett, 28 Sept., 1812. 
H. Sturges, 1 Nov.. 1812. 
James Stuart. 27 Dec., 1812. 
H. Conway, Jr., 10 Jan.. 1813. 
N. Clarke, 20 Jan., 1813. 
W. M. Smith, 20 Jan., 1813. 



THIRD INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
II. V. Milton, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
G. C. Russell, 6 June, 1811. 

Majors. 

M. Arbuckle, 15 Aug., 1812. 
Wm. Carson, 20 Jan., 1813. 

Captains. 

John Nicks, 1 July, 1808. 
H. Atkinson, 1 July, 1808. Inspector Gen- 
eral. 

J. M'Clelland, 1 July, 1808. 
Jas. Woodruff, 12 Dec., 1808. 
Wm. Butler, 31 Dec., 180a. 
R. B. Moore, 1 Sept., 1810. 
J. Denking, 6 Feb., 1811. 
H. G. White, 11 May, 1811. 
W. R. Davis, 4 Aug., 1813. 
S. W. Butler, 15 Aug., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
H. Chotard, 31 Dec., 1809. Adjutant. 

B. D. Herriott, 1 Dec., 1810. 
S. C. Mabson, 31 Dec., 1810. 

John Burnett, 1 March, 1811. Quarter- 
master. 

Wm. Laval, 11 May, 1811. 
J. M. Wilcox, 3 Jan., 1812. 
Geo. Morley, 24 April, 1812. 
J. L. Carey, 1 Nov., 1812. 
J. F. Everitt, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Wm. Triplett, 15 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
J. W. Hansell, 3 Jan., 1812. 
T. Hunter, 3 Jan., 1812. 
Wm. Christian, 3 Jan., 1812. 
W. Bourke, 12 Mar., 1812. 
John Tarrant, 12 Mar., 1812. 
A. Donoho, 1 Nov., 1812. 
James Smith, 19 Nov., 1812. 
T. Turner, 4 Aug., 1813. 
R. Goodwin, 15 Aug., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
John Martin, 12 March, 1813. 
W. L. Robeson, 12 March, 1813. 
J. A. Watson, 12 March, 1813. 
James A. Hart, 12 March. 1813. 
Jack F. Ross, 20 May, 1813. 
T. W. Barton, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

C. Stephens, 29 June, 1813. 
Thos. Rogers, 29 June, 1813. 
W. V. Cobbs, 4 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
R. Shubrick, 8 Aug., 1809. 



FOURTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
R. Purdy, 26 Aug., 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
J. Darrington, 6 July, 1812. 

Majors. 

N. Heald, 26 Aug., 1812. 
S. Ranney, 20 Jan., 1813. 

Captains. 

J. Binney, 12 Dec., 1808. 
R. B. Brown. 18 March, 1809. 
J. Snelling, 12 June, 1809. 



Maj. Bvt, 



9 Aug., 1812. 

O. G. Burton, 25 Aug., 1811. 
C Fuller, 9 Nov., 1811. 
C Larrabee, 15 Sept., 1812 

E. Way, 20 Jan., 1813. 

J. L. Eastman. 15 Aug., 1813. 

F. Conkling, 2 Sept., 1813. 

Is* Lieutenants. 
A. Hawkins, 25 Aug., 1811. 

G. P. Peters, 29 Oct., 1811. Paymaster 
John Smith, 31 Oct., 1811. 

L. Peckham, 9 Nov.. 1811 
G. Gooding, 15 Feb. 1812 
Josiah Bacon, 15 Sept., 1812. Quarter- 
master. 

P. Greenough, 20 Jan., 1813. 
M. Bulley, 31 July, 1813. 
J. Plympton, 15 Aug., 1813. 
G. W. Hosey, 2 Sept., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
P. Wheelock, 3 Jan., 1812. 
S. Butterfield, 3 Jan., 1812. 
Rufus Preble, 15 Feb., 1812. 
S. Armstrong, 15 Sept., 1812. 
S. Legate, 20 Jan., 1813. 
Paul Peckham, 19 May, 1813. 
J Ranney, 30 May, 1813. 
E. Kirby, 31 July, 1813. 
C. Munroe, 2 Sept., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
J. P. Norton, 12 March, 1813. 
A. Wilson, Jr., 12 March, 1813 
N. Wadhams, 27 March, 1813. 
G. W. Boyd, 16 April, 1813. 
Thomas Hunt, 6 May, 1813. 
J. L. Gardner, 20 May, 1813. 
T. Green, Jr., 20 May, 1813. 

Ensigns. 

John Drake, 20 May, 1813 
James Dean, 19 July, 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Sylvester Day, 13 March, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
A. Farnsworth, 14 April. 1812. 
J. M. Harper, 19 Jan., 1813. 



FIFTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Daniel Bissell, 15 Aug. 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
George Gibson, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Majors. 
N. Pinkney. 20 Jan., 1813. Aid to Maj. Gen. 

Wilkinson. 
Benj. Wallace, 30 April, 1813. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



Captains. 

Colin Buckner, 1 July, 1808. 
G. M. Brooke, 1 May, 1810. 
R. Whartenby, 3 May, 1810. 
Townsend Stlth, 30 Sept., 1810. 
A. M'llhenny, 1 Sept., 1811. 
T. Chambers, 31 Oct., 1811. Assistant Ad- 
jutant General. 
James Dorman, 9 Nov., 1811. 
W. S. Henshaw, 30 April, 1813. 
Leroy Opie, 26 June, 1813. 
Richd. H. Bell, 15 Aug., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

John Jamieson, 31 Oct.. 1811. Adjutant. 
J. Saunders, 9 Nov., 1811. Aid to Brig. 

Gen. Parker. 

Josh. Owens, 3 Jan., 1812. Paymaster. 
R. W. Chick. 12 March, 1812. 
J. S. Allison, 6 July, 1812. 
J. R. Corbaly, 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. C. Bird. 1 Sept., 1812. 
P. B. Greenwell, 30 April, 1812. 
J. G. Clark, 26 June, 1812. 
John Gassaway, 15 Aug., 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Henry O. Hill, 3 Jan., 1812. 
John W. Smoot, 3 Jan., 1812. 
J. M'Gunegle, 12 March, 1812. Quarter- 
master. 

J. Cummings, 6 July, 1812. 
S. W. Priestman, 6 July, 1812. 
G. D. Snyder, 1 Sept., 1812. 
John Fendall. 30 April, 1813. 
J. B. Taylor, 26 June, 1813. 
J. Darnall, 14 Aug., 1813. 
George Murray, 15 Aug., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

Matth. Gait, Jr., 12 March, 1813. 
James Kearney, 11 April, 1813. Assistant 

Topographical Engineer. 
Jas. Smith, Jr., 16 April, 1813. 
J. A. B. Harding, 25 April, 1813. 
George Rea, 14 Aug., 1813. 
Jacob Swoyer, 14 August, 1813. 
Wm. C. Yates, 14 Aug., 1813. 
T. Murphey, 14 Aug., 1813. 
M. Fishback, 15 Aug., 1813. 
George Brent, 1 Oct., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Bally Buckner, 2 July, 1813. 
Albert Vincent, 19 July, 1813. 
G. Liftwich, 19 July, 1813. 
T. W. Morgan, 19 July. 1813. 
John Maul, 29 July, 1813. 
Robert Means. 29 July, 1813. 
John Wells, 29 July, 1813. 
W. R. Richardson, 31 July, 1813. 
A. Whitehead, 15 Sept., 1813. 
Azel Gates, 15 Sept., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Adam Hays, 10 Feb., 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Alexander Blair, 6 July, 1812. 
Clajou Reily, 22 March. 1813. 



SIXTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Jonas Simonds, 8 July, 1808. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

James Miller, 30 Nov., 1810. Col. Bvt, 9 
Aug., 1812. 



Majors. 

J. Campbell, 6 July, 1812. 
Horatio Stark, 20 Jan.. 1813. 

Captains. 
Ebeuez. Beebe, 19 Jan., 1809. Assistant 

Adjutant General. 
J. Machesney, 10 June, 1809. 
J. T. Arrowsmith, 20 Oct., 1809. 
G. Humphreys, 31 Dec., 1809. 
J. Walworth, 1 Jan., 1810. 
P. Muhlenburg, 1 Oct., 1810. 
Clem. Sadlier, 15 Nov., 1811. 
Robert Sterry, 3 Jan., 1812. Assistant 

spector General. 

J. E. A. Masters, 4 June, 1812. 
Henry Phillips, 13 Oct., 1812. District: 

Paymaster. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Edward Webb, 1 Oct., 1810. 
Henry Shell, 9 March, 1811. 
James Bailey, 3 Jan., 1812. 
Ixmdus L. Buck, 3 Jan., 1812. 
A. R. Thompson, 3 Jan.. 1812. 



J. Chapman, 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. Hazard, 13 Oct., 1812. 
ter. 



Quartermas- 



G. D. Smith, 31 Oct., 1812. Adjutant. 
G. W. Ten Broeck, 20 March, 1813. 
R. B. Cuyler, 1 April, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
D. Vander Heyden, 3 Jan., 1812. 
G. W. Runk, 3 Jan., 1812. 
H. R. Windle, 3 Jan., 1812. 
Henry Cooke, 12 March. 1812. 
N. Sherman, 4 Oct., 1812. 
R. McClellan, 4 Oct., 1812. Paymaster 
I. L. Dubois, 13 Oct., 1812. 
George Keese, 1 Feb., 1813. 
W. B. Staats, 20 March, 1813. 
A. Quackinbush, 1 April, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
James Young. 12 March, 1813. 
John Sisk, 12 March, 1813. 
Henry MeyeiN 12 March. 1813. 
Patrick Ford, 20 May, 1813. 
John Harris, 19 July, 1813. 
Charles Rowan, 19 July, 1813. 

Ensigns. 

W. Bicker, Jr., 29 July, 1813. 
John Wood, 29 July, 1813. 

Surgeon. 
T. Lawson, 21 May, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
W. Beaumont, 2 Dec., 1812. 



SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Wm. Russell, 3 May, 1808. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Thorn. Posey, 30 April, 1813. 

Majors. 

J. Bankhead, 15 Aug., 1813. Adjutant Gen- 
eral. 
Ross Bird, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 

Uriah Blue, 9 Mav, 1809. 
Richd. Oldham, 1 Dec., 1809. 
James Doherty, 1 Jan., 1810. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



Enos Cutler, 3 Sept., 1810. Assistant In- 
spector General. 

Zach. Taylor, 30 Nov. 1810. Major Bvt., 
5 Sept, ,1812. 

W. H. Overton, 3 Dec., 1810. 

Carey Nicholas, 1 March. 1811. Assistant 
Adjutant General. 

W. Model Ian, 1 March, 1811 . 

Alex. A. White. 6 June. 1811. 

Narcis. Broutln, 6 April, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants 

J. Robertson, 30 Nov., 1810. Adjutant. 
J. S. Wade, 3 Dec.. 1810. 
Samuel Vail, 1 March, 1811. 
George C. Allen, 1 March, 1811. 
E. Montgomery. 24 June. 1811. 

D. McCIellan, 10 Feb., 1812. Quartermas- 
ter. 

T. R. Richardson. 10 Feb., 1812. 
Jacob Miller, 10 Feb., 1812. 
M. McClelland, 20 Jan.. 1813. 
S. Kercheval, 6 April, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

E. Taylor, 10 Feb., 1812. 

W. Snodgrass, 10 Feb., 1812. 
H. P. Helm, 10 Feb.. 1812. 
Wm. Prosser, 10 Feb., 1812. 
J. Forsythe, 10 Feb., 1812. 
John Hays, 10 Feb., 1812. 
John Meek, 20 Jan., 1813. 
J. N. Carrick, 20 March, 1813. 
T. F. Thomas, 9 July, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

E. T. Hall, 12 March, 1813. 

T. Blackstone, 12 March, 1813. Paymaster. 

John Weaver, 12 March. 1813. 

I. M. Rieley, 12 March, 1813. 

A. Ross, 2 May, 1813. 

John Noble, 2 May, 1813. 

T. B. Rice, 9 Aug., 1813. 

D. Burford, 9 Aug.. 1813. 

Noble Johnson, 9 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

William Query, 2 July. 1813. 
A. Neilson, 19 July. 1813. 
Wilson Creed. 19 July. 1813. 

F. S. Gray, 6 Aug., 1813. 
R. B. DeWitt, 6 Aug., 1813. 
W. S. Doherty, 9 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
A. G. Goodlet, 10 Feb., 1812. 



EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Patrick Jack. 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
L. Manning. 15 Aug., 1813. 

Majors. 

W. dimming. 25 March. 1813. 
Philip Cook, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 

D. E. Twiggs, 6 July, 1S12. 
R. Cunningham. 6 July. 1812. 
W. Chisolm. 6 July, 1812. 
F. B. Warley. 6 Julv. 1812. 
W. Jones. 6 July, 1812. 
T. W. Farrar. 6 July, 1812. Aid to Brig. 

Gen. Flournoy. 

W. McQueen. 6 July. 1812. Brigade Major. 
M. I. Keith. 6 July, 1812. 
C. Crawford, 6 July, 1812. 
H. Walton, 15 Aug., 1813. 



1st Lieutenants 

Ilamlin Cook, 6 July, 1812. District Pay- 
master. 

R. P. Johnson, 6 July, 1812. 
T. S. Bailey, 6 July, 1812. 
T. C. Hunter, 6 July, 1812. 
Otis Dyer, 6 July, 1812. 
J. H. Mallory, 5 May, 1813. 
M. A. Roberts. 5 May, 1813. 
James Wilde, 5 May, 1813. Paymaster. 
William Bee, Jr., 14 Aug., 1813. 
E. Halloway, 15 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

J. A. Black, 6 July. 1812. 

B. Martin, 6 July, 1812. 

R. Lamer, 6 July, 1812. 

Henry Bill, 25 March, 1813. 

R. V. Marye, 25 March, 1813. 

P. Lequex, 5 May, 1813. Assistant Deputy 

Quartermaster General. 
J. Ferguson, 5 May, 1813. Aid to Maj. Gen. 

Pinckney. 

T. F. Wells, 5 May, 1813. 
L. Gresham, 14 Aug., 1813. 
W. W. Davis, 15 Aug., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

S. Coleman, 5 May, 1813. 
James Colson, 5 May, 1813. 
J. G. Bostwick,-5 May, 1813. 
William Wayne, 5 May, 1813. 
A. Dousset, 5 May, 1813. 
R. J. Easter, 5 May, 1813. 
J. A. Beaulard, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

H. L. O'Neal, 20 May, 1813. 
Jas. Gignilliat, 20 May, 1813. 
J. G. Stallings, 2 July, 1813. 

Surgeon. 
W. R. Waring, 11 April, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
J. W. Caldwell, 6 July, 1812. 
Charles Lewis, 19 July, 1813. 



NINTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Simon Learned, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
T. Asplnwall, 12 March, 1813. 

Majors. 

C. Lyman. 26 June. 1813. 
II. Leavenworth, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 
T. Crooker. 6 July, 1812. 

A. F. Hull. 6 Julv. 1812. 

E. Foster, 13 March, 1813. 
J. Ingersoll, Jr.. 16 April, 1813. 
P. S. Townsend. 13 May. 1813. 
G. Bender, Jr., 13 May, 1813. 

J. F. Xorrls. 26 June, 1813. 
T. Harrison, 15 Aug., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
S. L. Allen, 23 March, 1813. 
W. L. Foster, 23 March, 1813. 

B. F. Greene, 30 March. 1813. 

J. Fowle, Jr.. 16 April. 1813. Paymaster. 
S. Turner, 13 May, 1813. 
E. Childs. 13 Mfl.v. 1813. 
Loring Palmer, 26 June, 1813. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



David Perry, 30 June, 3813. 
Aaron Lewis, 15 Aug., 1813. 
J. H. Cranson, 15 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
W. Browning, 13 March. 1813. 

D. Chandler, 13 March, 1813. 
H. Wellington, 13 May, 1813. 
Charles Foster, 13 May, 1813. 
W. Lyman, 26 June. 1813. 
Otis Fisher, 30 June, 1813. 

E. Norton, 15 July, 1813. 

J. Gleason, 14 Aug., 1813. Adjutant. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

J. Howard, 17 March, 1813. 
J. Christie, 15 Aug., 1813. 
David Foot, 15 Aug., 1813. 
A. Burghardt, 15 Aug., 1813. 
T. Childs, Jr., 15 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

E. Badger, 30 Aug., 1813. 
J. W. Colburn, 29 Sept., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
J. Lovell, 15 May. 1812. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
T. G. Mower, 2 Dec., 1812. 



TENTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
James Welborn, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
A. Pickens, Jr., 6 July, 1812. 

Majors. 

W. S. Hamilton. 3 March, 1813. 
A. L. Langham, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 

G. Cloud, 6 July, 1812. 
T. M. Nelson, 6 July, 1812. 
Philip Brittain, 6 July, 1812. 
Robert Mitchell, 6 July, 1812. 
Eman. I. Leigh, 6 July, 1812. 
Mark Harden, 6 July. 1812. 
Joseph Bryant, 6 July, 1812. 
Josiah Woods, 6 July, 1812. 
Joseph Clay, 6 July, 1812. 
Jesse Copeland, 6 July, 1812. 

la* Lieutenants. 

George Vashon, 6 July. 1812. Adjutant. 
George Strother, 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. Bailey, 6 July, 1812. 
H. H. Carson, 6 July, 1812. 
Abner S. Lewis, 6 July, 1812. 
Charles Lutterloh, 6 July, 1812. 
W. L. Dufphey, 15 April, 1813. 
William Irvine, 14 Aug., 1813. 
Joseph J. Clinch, 15 August, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Thomas D. Kelly. 6 July. 1812. 
Jos. G. Wall, 6 July, 1812. 
Arthur Fox, 6 July, 1812. 
R. Plummer, 6 July, 1812. 
S. A. Miller, 23 March, 1813. 
Lewis Yancey, 23 March. 1813. Paymaster. 
Jehu Bird, 15 April, 1813. 

A. G. Glynn, 14 Aug., 1813. 
James Roane, 15 Aug.. 1813. 

B. T. Goodwyn, 15 Aug., 1813. 



3rd Lieutenants. 

John Garrett, 24 March, 1813. 
W. J. Gordon. 24 March, 1813. 
James Norris, 24 March, 1813. 
Isaac Craton, 24 March. 1813. 

F. McRae, 24 March, 1813. 

G. R. Bridges, 24 March. 1813. 
W. Lancaster, Jr., 14 Aug.. 1813. 
James K. Hill, 14 Aug., 1813. 

S. Thomas, 14 Aug., 1813. 
W. Alexander. 15 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

R. Wood, 24 March, 1813. 
N. S. Wade, 24 March. 1813. 
R. H. Goodwyn, 24 March, 1813. 
M. Parkes, 2 July, 1813. 
W. Pannill, 2 July, 1813. 
John Carney, 19 July, 1813. 
T. H. Ferguson. 31 Julv, 1813. 
S. H. Bryant, 1 Aug., 1813. 
John Rice, 9 Sept., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
I. Foster, 10 July, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

E. H. Bell, 12 March, 1812. 
R. Everitt, 24 March, 1813. 



ELEVENTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Isaac Clark, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Moody Bedel, 6 July, 1812. 

Majors. 

O. C. Merrill, 3 March 1813. 
J. McNeal, Jr., 15 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 

J. W. Weeks,, 6 July, 1812. 
B. S. Egerton, 6 July, 1812. 
Samuel Gordon, 6 July, 1812. 
W. S. Foster, 13 March, 1813. 
John Bliss, 13 March, 1813. 
Richard Baen, 26 June, 1813. Late Quar- 
termaster. 

V. R. Goodrich, 26 June, 1813. 
Horace Hale, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Benj. Smead, 15 Aug., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

M. Corning, 6 July, 1812. 
W. Sheldon, 13 March, 1813. District Pay- 
master. 

W. S. Heaton, 13 March. 1813. 
James Wells, 13 March, 1813. 
James Greene, 13 May. 1813. 
H. J. Blake. 26 June, 1813. 
D. Crawford. 26 June. 1813. 
R. Bucklin, Jr.. 15 Aug., 1813. 
X. S. Clarke, 15 Aug., 1813. Adjutant. 
Thomas Levake, 15 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
W. F. Hail, 13 March, 1813. 
Ezek. Jewett, 13 May 1813. 
F. A. Sawyer, 26 June. 1813. 
T. Aldrich, 26 June. 1813. 
J. V. Barron, 26 June, 1813. 
T. Stanlford. 26 June. 1813. 
Isaac Clark, Jr., 14 Aug.. 1813. 
Wm. Risley, 15 Aug.. 1813. 
J. E. Merritt, 15 Aug.. 1813. 
Enoch Cooper, 15 Aug., 1813. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



81 



Ensigns, 

S. C. Cotton, 19 July, 1813. 
J. C. Walker, 19 July, 1813. 
John Levnke, 29 July, 1813. 
Joseph Hopkins, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Thomas Tapper, 23 Aug., 1813. 
P. S. Sanford, 23 Aug., 1813. 
Hazen Bedel 21 Sept., 1813. 
K Stephenson, 21 Sept.. 1813. 
H. Webster, 22 Sept., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
G. P. Spencer, 7 April, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

T. Woodward, 9 Aug., 1813. 
John Sackett, 9 Aug., 1813. 



TWELFTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Isaac A. Coles, 12 March, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Thos. Taylor, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Majors. 

R. C. Nicholas, 3 March. 1813. 
W. Morgan, 26 June, 1813. 

Captains. 

T. P. Moore, 6 July. 1812. 

James Gibson, 6 July, 1812. 

James Paxton, 6 July. 1812. 

Thos. Sangstei 1 , 6 Jufy. 1812. 

A. C. Randolph, 6 July, 1812. 

James Charlton, 6 Julv, 1812. 

Charles Page, 6 July, 1812. 

A. L. Madison, 6 July, 1812. 

Thomas Post, 29 March, 1813. 

Robert G. Kite, 26 June, 1813. Late Adju- 



tant. 



Z. Morgan, 



1st Lieutenants. 
July, 1812. 



_ 

J. G. Camp, 6 July, 1812. 
L. R. Willis, 6 July, 1812. 
A. McDonald, 6 July, 1812. 
John Key. Jr., 29 M'arch, 1813. 
Robert Houston. 29 March. 1813. 
John Kenney, 29 March. 1813 
Oth. W. Callis, 26 June, 1813. 

master. 

Wm. Stone, Jr., 26 June. 1813. 
R. Harrison, 30 Sept., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
P. Magruder, 6 July, 1812. 
M. Hughes, 6 July, 1812. 
John Towles, 6 July, 1812. 
W. C. Parker, 29 March, 1813. 
Bailey Bruce, 29 March, 1813. 
A. Eggleston, 30 March, 1813 
R. Booker, 30 March, 1813. 
Isaac Keyes. 26 June, 1813. 
Jos. McGavock, 26 June, 1813. 
David P. Pope, 30 Sept., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
C. Randolph, 29 March. 1813. 
P. C. Johnson, 29 March, 1813 
John Strother, 29 March, 1813. 
David Hunter. 29 March, 1813. 
John Macky, 29 March, 1813. 
P. L. Dade. 29 March, 1813. 
Philip Wager, 29 March, 1813. 
Joseph Shommo, 29 March, 1813. 
Joseph Thomas, 29 March, 1813. 
M. W. Clf'borne, 14 Aug., 1813. 
6 



Quarter- 



Ensigns. 

George Eskridge, 29 March, 1813. 
Michael Crupper, 29 March, 1813. 
Thomas Blair, 19 April, 1813. 
John Robinson, 18 May, 1813. 
S. Grantland, Jr., 20 May, 1813. 
N. C. Kindey, 2 July, 1813. 
DeLaf. Johnson, 9 July, 1813. 
Robert Call, 1 Aug., 1813. 
R. Randolph, 1 Aug., 1813. 
S. Bartlett, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
J. C. Bronaugh ,28 April, 1812. 



THIRTEENTH INFANTRY. 
Colonel. 

P. P. Schuyler, 6 July, 1812. Adjutant 
General. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
S. S. Conner, 12 March, 1813. 

Majors. 

J. V. H. Huyck, 6 July, 1812. 
R. M. Malcolm, 3 March, 1813. 

Captains. 

John Sproull, 6 July, 1812. 
Hugh R. Martin, 6 July, 1812. 
Mordecai Myers, 6 July, 1812. 
Myndert M. Dox, 6 July, 1812. 
W. D. Lawrence 6 July, 1812. 
S. W. Kearney, 1 April, 1813. 
Samuel Haring, 1 April, 1813. 
John K. Paige, 13 May, 1813. 
W. B. Adams. 13 May, 1813. 
John Campbell, 15 Aug., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

R. S. Gardiner, 6 July, 1812. Paymaster. 
W. Gansevoort, 6 July, 1812. 
John L. Fink, 6 July, 1812. 
Israel Turner, 6 July, 1812. 
Daniel Hugunin, 1 April, 1813. 
Alfred Phelps, 13 May, 1813. 
Hugh Robinson. 13 May, 1813. 
Wm. W. Carr, 13 May, 1813. 
D. B. Wilcox, 15 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Jacob Sammons, 6 July, 1812. 
Jos. H. Dwight, 1 April, 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

John Williams, 1 April, 1813. 
John Kirby. 1 April, 1813. 
George Reab, Jr., 20 April, 1813. 
T. W. Denton, 13 May, 1813. 
John Graham, 20 June, 1813. 
Mason Ronalds, 20 June, 1813. 
John Haight, 15 Aug., 1813. 
W. Anderson, Jr., 15 Aug., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

F. J. Wheeler, 2 May, 1813. 
C. Harrison, 16 May, 1813. 
M. C. Cantine, 1 Aug., 1813. 

G. Helmbold, 15 Aug., 1813. 

R. Humphreys, 30 Sept., 1813. 
R. M. Harrison, 30 Sept.. 1813. 
A.. Schuyler, 17 Oct., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
J. Y. Lancing, 15 Oct., 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
John McCall, 15 April. 1812. 
David March, 1 April, 1813. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



FOURTEENTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 

C. G. Boerstler, 20 June, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Timothy Dix, 20 June, 1813. 

Majors. 

Samuel Lane. 3 March. 1813. 
I. D. Barnard, 26 June, 1813. 

Captain ft. 

H. Grindage, 6 July, 1812. 
T. Montgomery, 6 July, 1812. 
Henry Fleming, 6 July. 1812. 
Wm. Mcllvaln. 6 July, 1812. 
K. McKenzie, 6 July, 1812. 

D. Cummings, 13 March, 1813. 
Thomas Karney. 13 May, 1813. 
Reuben Gilder, 26 June, 1813. 
Jos. Marshall, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Is* Lieutenants. 
J. McDonald. 6 July. 1812. 
Richard Arell. 6 July. 1812. 
Peter Rich. 6 July. 1812. 
John Waring. 13 March, 1813. 
Thomas Randall. 13 March. 1813. 
John Beckett. 13 March. 1813. 
Edward Wilson. 12 May. 1813. 
A. Woodward. 13 May, '1813. 
J. W. Thompson. 26 June. 1813. 
J. B. Sparks, 15 Aug., 1813. 
James Christie. 6 July. 1812. 
George Murdoch. 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. G. Mills. 13 March, 1813. 

Brig. General Winder. 
James H. Gale, 13 March. 1813. 
Kimmel Godwin. 13 March, 1813. 



Aid to 



2nd Lieutenants. 

S. F. Donalson. 13 March. 1813. Paymaster. 
R. Bennett, 12 May. 1813. 
N. N. Robinson, 12 May, 1813. 
W. G. Sanders, 13 May. 1813. 
John Lynch, 15 Aug.. 1813. Adjutant. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

Abraham Clark. 13 March, 1813. 
Thomas Barton. 13 March. 1813. 
Robert Beall, 30 April. 1813. 
J. H. Falconar, 4 Mav. 1813. 

C. Comegys, Jr.. 10 May. 1813. 
B. Ricketts. 12 May. 1813. 
Masson Mudd, 12 May 1813. 
W. Thompson. 12 Mav, 1813. 

D. McCrimmin, 13 May, 1813. 

Ensigns. 

W. G. Shade, 18 March, 1813. 
John A. Dix, 10 May. 1813. 
Henry Parker, 12 May, 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

T. Davidge, 12 May, 1813. 
Jesse Keen, 19 July. 1813. 
Asa Partridge, 24 Sept., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
John Young, 4 June, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

S. W. Magruder. 28 March. 1813. 
R. C. Downes, 12 May, 1813. 



FIFTEENTH INFANTKY. 

Colonel. 
D. Brearley, 12 March, 1813. 



Lieut. Colonel. 
Robert Carr, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Majors. 

E. L. Whitlock, 6 July, 1812. 
William King, 3 March, 1813. Adjutant 
General. 

Oaptafat. 

Z. Rossell. 6 July, 1812. 

C. W. Hunter, 6 July, 1812. Brigade Major. 

White Youngs. 6 July, 1812. 

II. H. VanDalsem, 6 July. 1812. 

S. L. Barton, 30 July, 1812. 

J. D. Hayden, 13 March, 1813. 

Aaron Sutphen, 13 May, 1813. 

Abm. Per Lee, 13 May. 1813. 

Jacob D. Howell, 15 Aug., 1813. 

G. McGlassin, 15 Aug., 1813. 

]*t Lieutenants. 
Wm. Barnett, 6 July, 1812. 
James Piatt, 6 July, 1812. 
J. Schofield. fl July, 1812. 
S. L. Howell, 15 Sept., 1813. Brigade 

Major. 

S. McDougall, 30 Sept., 1813. 
David Riddle, 13 March. 1813. 
A. Godwin, Jr., 13 May. 1813. 
David Curtis. 13 May. 1813. 

C. Stewart. 15 Aug., 1813. 
John Scott, 15 Aug., 1813. 

'2nd Lieutenant*. 

D. Eraser, 13 March, 1813. Assistant Dep- 
uty Pavmaster General. 

J. Dickerson. 13 March, 1813. 
William Coffle, 13 March, 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

('. Xoves. 13 May. 1813. 
H K. Mullin. 13 May. 1813. Adjutant. 
.7 T David 12 May, 1813. Paymaster. 
('. IT. Roberts, 13 May. 1813. 
D. E. Burch. 15 Aug.. 1813. 
John Rose, 15 Aug., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Levi Heath, 1 Aug.. 1813. 
Wm. B. Ho'well, 1 Aug.. 1813. 
Floreat Meline. 1 Oct., i13. 

Ensign*. 

J. C. Dehart. Sept., 1813. 
Ch. W. Lee, 30 Sept., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Fenn Deming, 14 April, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
R. T. Baker, 12 March, 1812. 



SIXTEENTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
C. Pearce, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
R. Dennis, 6 July. 1812. 

Majors. 
W. Lee. 3 March, 1813. Deputy Paymaster 

General. 
Robert Gray, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 

G. G. Steele, 6 July, 1812. 
A. McEwen, 6 July. 1812. 
.7. F. McElroy, 6 July. 1812. 
W. Davenport. 28 Sept., 1812. 
J. Machesney, 13 March, 1813. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1*13. 



83 



M. Greenwood. 16 April. 1813. 
John Baldy, 16 April, 1813. 
J. \V. Aitken, 15 Aug., 1813. Late Pay- 
master. 

F. D. Cummins, 15 Aug., 1813. Late Ad- 
jutant. 

J. D. Coon. 15 Aug.. 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

X McLaughlin, 16 April, 1813. 

Thomas Horrell, 16 April, 1813. 

T. M. Powers. 16 April, 1813. 

Isaac Finch, 15 Aug., 1813. 

John Rahm, 15 Aug., 1813. Quartermaster. 

Jacob Whisler, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Thomas Mahon, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Samuel Weigly, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Thomas Evans, 15 Aug.. 1813. 

E. Olmstead, 30 Sept., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Charles Fisler, 16 May, 1813. 
T. P. McMahon, 19 May, 1813. 
Wm. Downey, 15 Aug., 1813. 
S. Nicholson. 15 Aug.. 1813. 
S. Roberts. 15 Aug., 1813. 
Thomas Lyon, 15 Aug., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Thus. Findley. 15 Aug., 1813. 
John Williams, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

George Bryan, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Samuel Ladd, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Hector Burns, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Thos. Martin, 1 Aug., 1813. 
L. Diffenbuch, 14 Aug.. 1813. 
Nathan Young, 19 Aug.. 1813. 

Surgeon. 
S. Gilliland, 15 May, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mate. 

G. Baylies, 2 Dec., 1812. 



SEVENTEENTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Samuel Wells, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Wm. M'Millan, 6 July, 1812. 



George Croghan. 



Majors. 
30 March. 



1813. Lieut. 



ffii 



Richard Graham, 30 March, 1813. 

Captains. 

Wm. Bradford, 6 July. 1812. 
Charles Quiray, 6 July, 1812. 
R. Hightower. 6 July, 1812. 
David Holt. 6 July, 1812. 
James Hunter, 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. J. Adair, 6 July, 1812. 
James Dvncan. Jr., 6 July. 1812. 
C. II. Holder. 29 March. 1813. 
B. W. Sanders, 16 April, 1813. 
M. L. Hawkins, 16 April, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Benj. Johnson, 6 July, 1812. 
Alex. Robertson, 6 July, 1812. 
IT. Crittenden, 6 July, 1812. 
M. W. Fisher, 6 July, 1812. 
J. Hackiey, Jr., 13 March. 1813. 
A. Garrett, 13 March, 1813. Paymaster. 
T. Mountjoy, 13 March, 1813. 



C. A. Baylar, 16 April, 1813. 
Parry Hawkins, 16 April. 1813. 
Philip King, 15 Aug., 1813. 

liul lieutenants. 
Ed. Ship, Jr., 13 March, 1813. 
James Munday, 13 March, 1813. 
Joseph Duncan, 13 March. 1813. 
Chesteen Scott, 30 March, 1813. 
Taylor Berry, 30 March, 1813. Deputy 

Quartermaster General. 
Thos. Hawkins, 16 April, 1813. 
James Gray, 16 April, 1813. 
Wm. Baylor, 15 Aug., 1813. 
T. Buckley, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Sam. S. Berry, 15 Aug., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
John Hamilton, 6 April, 1813. 
G. J. Floyd, 6 April, 1813. 
S. II. Craig, 12 April, 1813. 
Reuben Taylor, 12 April. 1813. 
T. S. Morgan, 12 April. 1813. 
Wm. Hughes, 13 May, 1813. 
Wm. Eubank. 15 Aug., 1813. 
John Taylor, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

G. M. Beall. 6 April, 1813. 
Jas. Maxwell, 11 June, 1813. 
R. W. Ewing, 16 June, 1813. 
J. Mershon, 18 June, 1813. 
Richard Doyle. 2 July, 1813. 
Ander. Evans, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Wm. Turner, 7 April, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
W. S. Madison. 2 Dec.. 1812. 
J. M. Talbot, 13 March, 1813. 



EIGHTEENTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Wm. Drayton, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Benajah White, 6 July, 1812. 

Majors. 

Wm. Strother. 6 July. 1812. 
M. J. Kenan, 26 June, 1813. 

Captains. 

J. G. Blount, Jr.. 6 July, 1812. 
George Butler, 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. Taylor, 6 July, 1812. 
Edward King, 6 July, 1812. 
H. P. Taylor, 6 July, 1812. 
Owen Clinton, 6 July, 1812. 
T. I. Robison. 6 July. 1812. 
Jas. Hamilton. 13 March. 1813. 
M. G. Waage, 26 June, 1813. 

~\xt Lieutenants. 
W. A. Blount, 6 July, 1812. 
B. T Elmore. 6 July, 1812. 
Elias D. Pick, 6 July, 1812. 
J. W. Farrow, 6 July. 1812. Paymaster. 
Alexander King. 6 July. 1812. 
Wm. Tisdale. 6 July. 1812. 
Thos. Reynolds. 13 March, 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

T. C. Wilhight. 26 June. 1813. 
E. S. Hawkins. 30 June, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
W. N. Miller. 6 July. 1812. 
R. Mebane. Jr.. 6 July, 1812. 
John Watkins, 6 July, 1812. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



H. Brown, 6 July, 1812. 
R. Thurston, 6 July, 1812. 
John Street, 6 July, 1812. ' 
Alex. Pagan, 13 March, 1813. 
John Peebles. 13 March, 1813. 
W. D. Freeman, 30 June, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Horatio Dade, 13 March, 1813. 
Fred'k Kinloch, 13 March, 1813. 
S. W. Smith. 16 June, 1813. 
John S. Todd. 22 July, 1813. 

Ensigns. 

W. Whattey, 29 June, 1813. 
George Bruton, 29 June, 1813. 
J. W. Allston, 29 June, 1813. 
George Taylor, 6 Aug., 1813. 
A. B. Addison, 11 Oct., 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Wm. M'Caw. 1 May, 1812. 
James B. Hill, 6 July, 1812. 



NINETEENTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
John Miller, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

J. B. Campbell, 6 July, 1812. Colonel bre- 
vet, 18 Dec.. 1812. 

Majors. 

George Todd, 6 July. 1812. 
Thos. S. Jessop, 6 April, 1813. 

Captains. 

A. Eawai-ds. 6 July, 1812. 
H. H. Hickman, 6 July, 1812. 
Wilson Elliott, 6 July, 1812. 
James Herron, 6 July, 1812. 
John T. Chunn, 6 July. 1812. 
Hugh Moore, 6 July, 1812. 
Asahel Nearing, 6 July, 1812. 
John Anderson, 16 March, 1813. Topo- 
graphical Engineer. 
David Gwyne, 30 March, 1813. 
G. W. Jackson, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Is* Lieutenants. 
Samuel Booker. 6 July. 1812. 
Stephen Lee, 6 July. 1812. 
John Hazelton. 6 July, 1812. 
James Campbell. 6 July. 1812. 
James Morrow. 6 July, 1812. 
J. D. Fleming. 6 July. 1812. 
Philip P. Price, 30 March, 1813. 
Jonathan Rees. 30 March. 1813 
H. Frederick. 15 Aug., 1813. 
Battle Harrison, 15 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
C. Mitchell, 30 March. 1813. 
J. Whistler, Jr., 30 March. 1813. 
E. T. Langham, 6 April. 1813. 
Geo. Atchison, 6 April. 1813 
A. E. Hoffman, 6 April, 1813. 
W. Blanchard, 6 April. 1813 
George W. Stall. 6 April, 1813. 
Asher Phillips, 20 May, 1813 
John Miligan. 15 Aug'., 1813. 
John Stockton, 15 Aug., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Jacob Anderson, 6 April, 1813. 
Mason Seward, 6 April. 1813. 
Robert Carr, 6 April. 1813. 
P. L. Carney, 6 April, isi:;. 
Wm. Leavitt, 6 April. 1813 
A. C. Looker, 15 Aug., 1813. 



Ensigns. 

John Cochran, 6 July. 1812. 
E. B. Baskerville. 6 'July. 1812. 
Hugh May, 6 July, 1812. 
John Simmons, 19 July, 1813. 
<\ Xiswanger, 19 Julv, 1813. 
T. R. M'Night, 19 July. 1813. 
John Jolly. 19 July. 1813. 
D. E. Jackson. 29 'July, 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Levi Rogers, 28 Jan., 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

Charles Marvin, 12 March, 1812. 
Daniel Turney, 31 Dec.. 1812. 



TWENTIETH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
T. M. Randolph, 3 March, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

D. Campbell, 12 March. 1813. 

Majors. 

John Stanard 3 3 March, 1813. 
Lewis L. Taylor, 3 March, 1813. 

Caj)tains. 

Richard Pollard. 6 Julv. 1812. 
W. S. Jett. Jr., 6 July/1812. 
J. A. Thornton, 6 July, 1812. 
J. Macrae. Jr., 6 July, 1812. 
Byrd C. Willis, 6 Julv, 1812. 
W. A. Shelton, 5 April. 1813. 
T. B. Randolph, 5 April. 1813. 
Charles Gee, 16 April, 1813. 
Bernard Peyton, 16 April, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Micajah Lynch. 6 July. 1812. 
John P. Duval. 6 July, 1812. 
M. M. Payne, 6 July. 1812. 
W. G. Hayes, 6 July, 1812. 
R. Crawford? 6 July, 1812. 
Clement White, 6 July, 1812. 
Thomas Harris, 6 July, 1812. 
Benjamin Smith, 5 April. 1813. 
Thomas Howson. 16 April. 1813. 
Thos Munroe, 16 April, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Thomas Blackwell. 6 July, 1812. 
John Archer. 6 July. 1812. Paymaster. 
J. H. Howard, 6 July, 1812. 
George Evans, Jr., 6 July, 1812. 
William Ligon. 6 July. 1812. 
John B. Hogan, 16 April. 1813. 
W. F. Pendleton. 16 April. 1813. 
J. M. Glassell, 16 April, 1813. 

E. B. Randolph, 14 Aug., 1813. 
Daniel Booker, 15 Aug., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

John Wiley. Jr.. 30 March. 1813. 
John Hill, 80 March. 1813. 
H. Saunders. Jr.. 4 April. 1813. 
Jacob Koontz. 12 April, isi::. 
Thomas Rawlins, 16 April. 1813. 
Frs. Callaway. 16 April. 1813. 
Jos. Barnett, 16 April. 1813. 
Samuel Harris, 14 Aug., 1813. 
W. H. Godwin, 14 Aug., 1813. 
G. M'Laughlin, 15 Aug., 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

Entiffnt. 

J. Pettipool, 6 July. 1812. 
Dabney Morris. 3 May, 1813. 
H. Lewis, 2 July, 1813. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



85 



James Fuller, 2 July, 1813. 
John Baker, 29 July, 1813. 
Robert Carter, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Joseph B. Scott. 1 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
M. C. Buck. 2 July, 1813. 



TWENTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
El. W. Ripley, 12 March, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Timothy Upham, 12 March, 1813. 

Majors. 
John Johnson, 26 June, 1813. Assistant 

Adjutant General. 
Joseph Grafton, 26 June, 1813. 

Captains. 

Josiah H. Vose, 6 July, 1812. 
Chas. E. Tobey, 6 July, 1812. 
Joseph Treat, 6 July, 1812. 
Charles Proctor, 6 July, 1812. 
Jer. Chapman, 6 July, 1812. 
Benjamin Ropes, 6 July, 1812. 
Lem. Bradford, 6 July, 1812. 
S. Burbank, 13 March, 1813. 
M. Marston. 26 June, 1813. 
J. Eastman, Jr., 30 June, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Dan. Henderson 6 July, 1812. 
Perez Loring. 13 March, 1813. 
Azor Orne, 13 March, 1813, Adjutant. 
Peter Pelham, 16 April, 1813. 
Henry Bender, 13 May, 1813. 
J. Bartlett, 26 June, 1813. 
Ira Drew, 14 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Win. Bowman, 6 July, 1812. 
John Downer, 6 July, 1812. 
James Pratt. 13 March, 1813. 
Nathl. N. Hall, 13 March, 1813. 
A. Bigelow, 16 April, 1813. Quartermaster. 
Joseph Cilley, 13 May, 1813. 
N. Blassdell. 15 Aug., 1813. 
Edward Hall. 15 Aug., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Brackett Paine. 15 Aug.. 1813. 
Daniel Rose, 15 Aug., 1813. Assistant To- 
pographical Engineer. 

Ensigns. 

H. C. Babcock, 1 Aug., 1813. 
J. W. Holding, 5 Aug., 1813. 
Benj. Jackson, 5 Aug., 1813. 
Francis La rued, 1 Oct., 1813. 
Nich. Tilman, 1 Oct., 1813. 
Brad. Farnum, 17 Oct.. 1813. 

Surgeon. 
A. Trowbridge, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Josiah Everett, 21 July. 1813. 
Elisha Allen, 21 July, 1813. 



Majors. 

Robert Lucas, 3 March, 1813. 
Ralph Marlin, 3 March, 1813. 

Captains. 

Sampson S. King. 6 July, 1812. 
Jacob Carmack, 6 July, 1812. 
John Pentland, 6 July, 1812. 
John Foster, 6 July. 1812. 
Silas Amberson, 6 July, 1812 
David Espy, 16 April, 1813. 
Jos. Henderson, 16 April, 1813. 
Th. Lawrence, 20 June, 1813. 
Willis Foulk, 20 June, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
John Larken, 6 July, 1812 
Thos. Y. Sprogell, 6 July, 1812. 
James Huston, 6 July, 1812 
Wm. Morrow, 6 July, 1812. 
John Greene, 13 March, 1813. Adjutant. 
S. A. Rippey, 16 April, 1813. 
G. W. Ferguson, 16 April, 1813. 
Wm. Sturgis, 20 Jime, 1813. 
D. Coryn, 20 June, 1813. 
James M'Ghee, 20 June, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Jacob Fetter, 6 July, 1812. 

J. Culbertson, 13 March, 1813. 

John D. Kehr, 13 March, 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

Robert Dunn, 16 April, 1813. Assistant Ad- 
jutant General. 

Gideon Low, 16 April, 1813. 

SfctVfkVW.lk ill! paymaster - 

John R. Guy, 20 June, 1813. 
John Armstrong, 20 June, 1813. 
John Fee, 26 June, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

James M'Kenney, 13 March, 1813. 
Wm. Gillaspie, 13 March, 1813. 
Peleg Slocum, 16 June, 1813 
O. Martine, 26 June, 1813. 
R. M. Davidson, 26 June, 1813 
Samuel Brady, 26 June, 1813. 
John Arrison, 26 June. 1813 
J. H. Vanderslice, 19 July. 1813. 
G. S. Wilkins, 29 July, 1813. 

Ensigns. 

James Stewart, 19 July, 1813. 
Joseph Stable. 29 July. 1813. 
John Clark, 29 July, 1813. 
Geo. F. Semple, 1 Aug., 1813. 
John Semple, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Robert Beans, 14 Aug., 1813. 
Fred. Hennings, 1 Oct., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Wm. N. Mercer, 7 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
P. H. Craig, 6 July, 1812. 
Jesse Magaw, 6 July, 1812. 



TWENTY-SECOND INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Hugh Brady, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
George M'Feely, 6 July, 1812. 



TWENTY-THIRD INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Jas. P. Preston, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Jas. R. Mullany, 3 March, 1813. 

Majors. 

H. B. Armstrong, 12 April, 1813. 
D. M'Farland, 15 Aug., 1813. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



Captains. 

Peter Mills, 6 July, 1812. 
Derick VanVeghten, 6 July, 1812. 
David Scott, 6 July, 1812. 
Thomas Delano, 6 July. 1812. 
H. G. Armstrong. 25 Sept.. 1812. 
L. B. Canfield, 25 Sept., 1812. 
Isaac Roach, Jr.. 13 April, 1813. 
S. D. Wattles, 20 June, 1813. 
A. W. Odell, 20 June, 1813. 
E. F. Gilbert, 20 June, 1813. 

1st Lieutenant*. 

John M'Cartey. 6 July. 1812. 

R. Goodell, 6 July, 1812. 

Wm. Clarke, 6 July, 1812. 

R. H Mooers. 6 July. 1812. 

John M. Lowe. 17 March. 1813. 

W. J. Worth, 10 March, 1813. Aid to Maj. 

General Lewis. 
II. Whiting, 20 June. 1813. 
P. L. Hogeboom. 20 June. 1813. Paymaster. 
Fred. Brown, 20 June. 1813. 
Abijah. Bennet, 20 June, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Rod. Simons, 6 July, 1812. 
J. P. Livingston, 25 Sept., 1812. 
Levi. S. Burr, 18 March, 1813. 
J. M'Aulay, Jr., 16 April, 1813. 
Jus. Ingersoll, 20 June, 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

Samuel Tappan, 20 June, 1813. 
Alph. Wetmore, 26 June, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenant*. 
W. G. Belknap, 5 April, 1813. 
S. B. Griswold. 5 April, 1813. 
Zadoc P. Morse, 16 April, 1813. 
John Jones, 16 April, 1813. 
Rd. C. Smyth, 3 May, 1813. 
James S. Abeel, 3 May, 1813. 
Abm. Cantine, 10 May/1813. 
J. P. Dieterich, 10 May, 1813. 
Rd. Phillips. 13 May, 1813. 
Samuel R. Hill, 21 June. 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Ezra King, 6 July, 1812. 
J. Cauldwell, Jr., 7 April, 1813. 
John B. Truax, 4 May, 1813. 
Francis Blaize. 12 May. 1813. 
Dudley Lamb, 4 Oct., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Silas Fuller, 6 July, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
John Gale. 9 July, 1812. 
Henry White, 28 July, 1813. 



TWEXTY-FOIRTH IXFANtUY. 

Colonel. 
W. P. Anderson, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Joseph L. Smith, 12 March, 1813. 

Major*. 

F. Armstrong. 26 June, 1813. 
Robert Butler, 15 Aug., 1813. 



Minor St urges. 13 May, 1813. 
Frank Hompton. 26 June, 1813. 
W. o. Winston. 19 Aug., 1813. 
W. Wilkinson, 15 Aug., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Silas Stevens, 6 July, 1812. 

James Stuart, 6 July, 1812. 

Samuel Scott, 13 March, 1813. Paymaster., 

Joseph Anthony, 26 June, 1813. 

Rt. Buntin, Jr.. 26 June. 1813. 

Tal. Richards, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Uriah Alison, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Caleb G. Fobes. 15 Aug., 1813. 

John O. Fallen, 15 Aug., 1813. Aid to 

Major General Harrison. 
Joseph Perkins, 15 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenant*. 

Abner Hynes, 20 April, 1813. 
T. P. Favrot. 26 June. 1813. 
Adam Peck, Jr., 26 June, 1813. 
Litt. Johnston, 26 June, 1813. 
Sam'l T. Balch, 14 Aug., 1813. 
John Butler, 14 Aug., 1813. 
Jos. A. Martin. 14 Aug., 1813. 
W. M. Crawford, 15 Aug.. 1813. 
Daniel Green, 15 Aug., 1813. 
J. S. Williamson, 15 Aug., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Francis Valle, 13 Mav, 1813. 
John Gilbreath, 13 May, 1813. 
Rd. M. Woods, 13 May, 1813. 
F. Bal ridge, 13 May, 1813. 
Wm. Martin, 9 Aug., 1813. 
W. G. Childress, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Lewis M. Ayer, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Hezk. Jackson, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Robert Renfroe. 9 Aug., 1813. 
Alex. Hamilton, 9 Aug., 1813. 
H. M'Combs, 9 Aug., 1813. 
W. K. Pauling. 9 Aug., 1813. 
Wm. Johnson, 9 Aug., 1813. 
Abm. Fine, 1 Oct., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Henry Skinner, 5 April. 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
C. Humphries, 25 April. 1812. 
Harry Bradford, 9 Aug., 1813. 



Adjutai 



Assistan 



Aw. H. Holmes, 6 July. 1812. 
Alexander Gray, 6 July, 1812. 
John A. Rodgers. 6 July. 1S12. 
Wm. O. Allen, 6 July, 1812. 
Robert Desha, 6 July. 1812. 
J. H. Campbell, 6 Juljj* 1812. 



TWEXTY-FIFTH IXFAXTKY. 

ColoneJ. 

E. P. Gaines, 12 March, 1813. 
General. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Jonas Cutting, 6 July, 1812. 

Majors. 

C. K. Gardner, 26 June, 1813. 

Adjutant General. 
William Battey, 15 Aug., 1813. 



Captains. 

George Howard. 6 July. 1812. 

Peter Bradley. 6 July. 1S12. 

Joseph Kinnov. i:i March, 1813. 

T. M. Read, 16 April, 1813. Late Quarte 

master. 

J. B. Murdoch, 16 April. 1813. 
Henry Dyer. 20 June, 1813. 
Minor Robbins, 26 June, 1813. 
J. A. Thomas, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Ben.1. Watson. 15 Aug., 1813. 
D. Ketchum, 30 Sept., 1813. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



87 



1st Lieutenant*. 

J. Burbidge, 13 March, 1818. 

Edward White, 1(5 April, 1813. 

Daniel Forward, 16 April, 1813. 

Arch. C. Crary, 16 April, 1813. 

T. S. Seymour, 20 June. 1813. 

Jesse Beach. 26 June. 1813. 

E. Shaylor, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Alex. T. F. Bill, 15 Aug., 1813. 

John G. Munn, 15 Aug., 1813. 

George M'Chain, 30 Sept., 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

J. Hutchinson, 13 May, 1813. 

G. Talcott, Jr., 10 July, 1813. Deputy Com- 
missary Ordnance. 

Russell Eddy. 13 July. 1813. Paymaster. 

< 'lark Robbins, 13 July, 1813. 

John Gifford, 13 July, 1813. 

.!. D. Brown, 15 Aug., 1813. 

8. H. Devotion, 28 Sept., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenant. 
Henry De Witt, 17 Oct., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Giles Gridley, 9 April, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
P. Woodbury, 6 July. 1812. 
J. L. Comstock. 2 Dec., 1812. 



RIFLE REGIMENT. 

Colonel. 
T. A. Smith. 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
G, W. Sevier, 6 July, 1812. 

Majors. 

.7. M'Donald. 1 Aug., 1812. 
Benj. Forsyth, 20 Jan., 1813. 

Captains. 

H. R. Graham, 8 March. 1809. 
A. A. Massias. 1 July, 1809. 
F. Ridgeway. 31 July, 1810. 
Michael C. Hays, 1 June, 1811. 
L. Morgan, 1 July, 1811. 
Daniel Appling, 1 April, 1812. 
Josh. Hamilton. 6 July, 1812. 
T. A. Patterson, 1 Aug.. 1812. 
T. Ramsay. 30 Nov., 1812. 
Win. Smith, 20 Jan., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Elias Stallings. 16 March, 1811. 
L. G. A. Armistead. 10 Feb.. 1812. 
W. E. Morris, 30 April, 1812. Aid to Major 

General Pinckney. 
John Findley, 30 April, 1812. 
H. V. Swearingen, 6 July. 1812. 
E. Wadsworth, 1 Aug.. 1812. 
Wm. Townly, 1 Aug., 1812. 
W. C. Beard, 27 Sept., 1812. 
James Ryan, 30 Nov., 1812. 
George Gray, 20 Jan., 1813. Quartermaster. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Harvey Murray. 17 Oct.. 1812. 
J. S. M'Intosh," 13 Nov., 1812. 
J. Calhoun, Jr., 2 Dec.. 1812. 
Hyem Cohen, 2 Dec., 1812. 
Wm. Arnold. 3 Dec., 1812. 
John M'Intire, 3 Dec.. 1812. 
J. Shortridge, 3 Dec.. 1812. 
John Hanson, 4 Dec., 1812. 
John Ha rice, 20 Jan., 1813. 
Josiah Hill, 20 Jan., 1813. 



3rd Lieutenants. 

S. V. Hamilton, 12 March. 1813. 
R. M'Farland, 12 March. 1813. 
Jacob Tipton, 12 March, 1813 
W. Armstrong. 12 March. 1813. 
Bennet Riley, 12 March, 1813. 
L. Norton, 12 March, 1813. 
J. S. Gray 1 , 20 May, 1813. 
Andrew Lindsay, 29 June, 1813. 

Ensigns. 

T. F. Smith, 2 July, 1813. 
Samuel Cobbs, 2 July. 1813. 
G. Davidson, 2 July, 1813. 
F. Howard, 19 July, 1813. 
J. H. Stannon, 29 July, 1813. 
Peter Albright, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Edward Drake, 7 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
W. W. Hall, 24 March, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
S. Gantt, 2 July, 1813. 



LINEAL RANK. 

MAJOR GENERALS. 
Henry Dearborn, 27 Jan., 1812. 
Thomas Pinckney, 27 March, 1812 
James Wilkinson. 2 March. 1813. 
Wade Hampton. 2 March. 1813. 
Morgan Lewis, 2 March, 1813. 
Wm. H. Harrison, 2 March, 1813. 

BRIGADIER GENERALS. 
Joseph Bloomfield, 27 March, 1812. 
James Winchester. 27 March, 1812. 
William Hull, 8 April, 1812. 
Thomas Flournoy, 18 June, 1812. 
T. H. Gushing, 2 July, 1812. 
John Chandler, 8 July, 1812. 
John P. Boyd, 26 Aug., 1812. 
Thomas Parker, 12 March. 1813. 
George Izard, 12 March, 1813. 
W. H. Winder, 12 March. 1813. 
D. M' Arthur, 12 March. 1813. 
Lewis Cass. 12 March, 1813. 
Benjamin Howard. 12 March, 1813. 
D. R. Williams, 9 July, 1813. 
Jacob Brown. 19 July. 1813. 
L. Covlngton, 1 Aug., 1813. 

COLONELS. 

1 April, 1802. 
H. Bui-beck, 1st Artillery. Brig. Gen. Bvt. 

3 May, 1808. 
Wm. Russell, 7th Infantry. 

8 July, 1808. 
Jonas Simonds, 6th Infantry. 

18 Auf/itftt, 1808. 
J. Kingsbury, 1st Infantry. In staff. 

12 March, 1812. 
M. Porter, Light Artillery. Brig. Gen. Bvt. 

6 July, 1812. 

Richard Sparks, 2nd Infantry. 
Alexander Macomb, 3rd Artillery. 
Thomas A. Smith, Rifle. 
P. P. Schuyler, 13th Infantry. Staff. 
Simon Lamed. 9th Infantry. 
James Burn, 2nd Light Dragoons. 
Isaac Clark, llth Infantry. 
Hugh Brady. 22nd Infantry. 
Wm. P. Anderson, 24th Infantry. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



Cromwell Pearce. 16th Infantry. 
Patrick Jack. 8th Infantry. 
Samuel Wells. 17th Infantry. 
John Miller. 39th Infantry. 
William Drayton, 18th Infantry. 
James Welbourn, 10th Infantry. 

31 July, 1812. 
Joseph G. Swift, Engineer. 

15 August, 1812. 
Daniel Bissell, 5th Infantry. 

26 August, 1812. 
Robert Pufdy, 4th Infantry. 

3 March, 1813. 
T. M. Randolph, 20th Infantry. 

12 March, 1813. 

Edmund P Gaines, 25th Infantry. Adju- 
tant General. 

Winfield Scott, 2nd Artillery. 
David Brearly. 15th Infantry- 
Isaac A. Coles, 12th Infantry. 
Elea. W. Ripley, 21st Infantry. 
L. Laval, 1st Light Dragoons. 

20 June, 1813. 
Charles G. Boerstler, 14th Infantry. 

15 August, 1813. 

Homer V. Milton, 3rd Infantry- 
James P. Preston, 23rd Infantry. 

LIEUTENANT COLONELS. 

1 April, 1802. 
C. Freeman, 1st Artillery. Colonel Bvt. 

30 November, 1810. 
J. Miller, 6th Infantry. Colonel Bvt. 

6 June, 1811. 
Gilbert C. Russell, 3rd Infantry. 

2 December, 1811. 
J. R. Fenwick, Light Artillery. Colonel, 

staff. 

6 July, 1812. 

John Bowyer, 2nd Infantry. 
John Darrington. 4th Infantry. 
George W. Sevie'r. Rifle. 
A. T. Macneill. 2nd Light Dragoons. 
William M'Millan, 17th Infantry. 
J. B. Campbell, 19th Infantry- Colonel 

Bvt. 

Benaja White, 18th Infantry. 
Jonas Cutting, 25th Infantry- 
George M'Feely, 22nd Infantry- 
Richard Dennis, 16th Infantry. 
Moody Bedel, llth Infantry. 
Andrew Pickens, 10th Infantry. 

31 July, 1812. 
W. K. Armistead. Engineer. 

15 August, 1812. 
Robert C. Nicholas, 1st Infantry. 

3 March, 1813. 

Geo. E. Mitchell, 3rd Artillery. 
James R. Mullany. 23rd Infantry. 
James House, 3rd Artillery. 
F. K. Huger, 2nd Artillery. Colonel, staff. 

12 March, 1813. 

Samuel S. Conner, 13th Infantry. 
Timothy Upham. 21st Infantry- 
Thomas Aspinwall. 9th Infantry. 
Joseph L. Smith, 24th Infantry. 



David Campbell, 20th Infantry. 
William Lindsay, 2nd Artillery. 

30 April, 1813. 
Thornton Posey, 7th Infantry. 

20 June, 1813. 

Timothy Dix. 14th Infantry. 
N. Luckett, 1st Light Dragoons. 

15 August, 1813. 

George Gibson. 5th Infantry. 
Robert Carr, 15th Infantry. 
Thomas Taylor, 12th Infantry. 
Lawrence Manning, 8th Infantry. 

MAJORS. 

21 March, 1800. 

Z. Pike, 1st Infantry. Lieut. Col. Bvt. 

31 July, 1800. 

W. M'Rea, 1st Artillery. Lieut. Col. Bvt. 

1 December, 1804. 
A. Y. Nicoll, 1st Artillery. Colonel, staff. 

15 March, 1810. 
A. Eustis, Light Artillery. Lieut. Col. Byt. 

6 July, 1812. 

W. R. Boote. 2nd Infantry. Colonel, staff. 
John Campbell. 6th Infantry. 
George Bomford, Engineer. 
Eph. L. Whitlock. 15th Infantry. 
John T. Woodford, 2nd Light Dragoons. 
Samuel Nye. 3rd Artillery. 
William Strother. 18th Infantry. 
Daniel M. Forney. 2nd Artillery. 
John V. H. Huvck. 13th Infantry. 
George Todd, 19th Infantry. 

31 July, 1812. 
William M'Ree, Engineer. 

1 August, 1812. 
James M'Donald, Rifle. 

15 August, 1812. 
Matthew Arbuckle, 3rd Infantry. 

26 August, 1812. 
Nathan Heald, 4th Infantry. 

16 September, 1812. 

J. V. Ball. 2nd Light Dragoons. Lieut. 
Col. Bvt. 

20 January, 1813. 
EH B, Clemson, 1st Infantry. 
W. Swan. 2nd Infantry. Colonel, staff. 
Ninian Pinkney. 5th Infantry. 
William Carson. 3rd Infantry. 
Horatio Stark, 6th Infantry. 
Arthur Morgan. 7th Infantry. 
Stephen Ranney. 4th Infantry. 
Benjamin Forsyth. Rifle. 
Thomas Pitts, Light Artillery. 

3 March, 1813. 

George Armistead. 3rd Artillery. 
Washington Lee, 16th Infantry. 
W. King. 15th Infantry. Colonel, staff. 
Samuel Lane. 14th Infantry. 
John Stanard. 20th Infantry. 
Richard M. Malcolm. 13th Infantry. 
Lewis L. Taylor. 20th Infantry. 
Robert C. Nicholas. 12th Infantry. 
Robert Lucas. 22nd Infantry. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1P13. 



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Wm. S. Hamilton, 10th Infantry. 
Ralph Marlin, 22nd Infantry. 
Orsa C. Merrill, llth Infantry. 

25 March, 1813. 
William Gumming, 8th Infantry. 

30 March, 1813. 

G. Croghan, 17th Infantry. Lieut. Col. Bvt. 
Richard Graham, 17th Infantry. 

6 April, 1813. 
Thomas S. Jessop, 19th Infantry. 

12 April, 1813. 
H. B. Armstrong, 23rd Infantry. 

30 April, 1813. 
Benjamin Wallace, 5th Infantry. 

5 May, 1813. 
James B. Many, 1st Artillery. 

7 June, 1813. 

Thomas A. Helms, 1st Light Dragoons. 

26 June, 1813. 

J. Johnson. 21st Infantry. In staff. 
Jacob Hindman, 2nd Artillery. 
Charles K. Gardner, 25th Infantry. 
Willo. Morgan, 12th Infantry. 
Francis Armstrong, 24th Infantry. 
Joseph Grafton, 21st Infantry. 
Isaac D. Bernard, 14th Infantry. 
Michael J. Kenan, 18th Infantry. 
Chester Lyman, 9th Infantry. 
A. P. Hayne, 1st Light Dragoons. 

15 August, 1813. 

J. Bankhead, 7th Infantry. Colonel, staff. 
Ross Bird, 7th Infantry. 
Ang. L. Langham, 10th Infantry. 
Henry Leavenworth, 9th Infantry. 
Daniel M'Farland, 23rd Infantry. 
Robert Butler, 24th Infantry. 
John M'Neal, llth Infantry. 
William Battey, 25th Infantry. 
Robert Gray, 16th Infantry. 
Philip Cook, 8th Infantry. 

CAPTAINS. 

1797. 
J. Whistler, 1st Infantry. Major Bvt. 

1800. 
H. M'Call, 1st Infantry. Major Bvt. 

1801. 
L. Beall, 1st Artillery. Major Bvt. 

1804. 

Samuel T. Dyson, 1st Artillery. 
Nathaniel Leonard, 1st Artillei-y. 

1805. 
Charles Wollstonecraft, 1st Artillery. 

1806. 
J. B.. Walbach, 1st Artillery. Colonel, staff. 

1807. 
Moses Swett, 1st Artillery. 

1808. 

Charles Gratiot, Engineer. 
William Wilson, 1st Artillery. 
John Nicks, 3rd Infantry. 
H. Atkinson, 3rd Infantry. Colonel, staff. 
John M'Clelland, 3rd Infantry. 



Colin Buckner, 5th Infantry. 
Simon Owens, 1st Infantry. 
John Binney, 4th Infantry. 
James Woodruff, 3rd Infantry. 

D. Hughes, 1st Infantry. Major, staff. 

1809. 

Enoch Humphreys, 1st Artillery. 

E. Beebe, 6th Infantry. Major, staff. 
W. Piatt, 2nd Infantry. Colonel, staff. 
Henry R. Graham, Rifle. 

Return B. Brown, 4th Infantry. 
Uriah Blue, 7th Infantry. 
John Machesney, 7th Infantry. 
J. Snelling. 4th Infantry. Major Bvt. 
Abraham A. Massias, Rifle. 
Francis Newman, 1st Artillery. 
J. T. Arrowsmith, 6th Infantry. 
Richard Oldham, 7th Infantry. 
William Butler, 3rd Infantry. 
Gad. Humphreys, 6th Infantry. 

1810. 

William Lawrence, 2nd Infantry. 
James Doherty, 7th Infantry. 
John Walworth, 6th Infantry. 
Asa Morgan, 1st Light Dragoons. 
George M. Brooke, 5th Infantry. 
J. Gibson, Light Artillery. Colonel, staff. 
Richard Whartenby, 5th Infantry. 
William Campbell, Light Artillery. 
Robt. H. M'Pherson, Light Artillery. 
Alden Partridge, Engineer. 
Fielder Ridgeway, Rifle. 
Robert B. Moore. 3rd Infantry. 
E. Cutler, 7th Infantry. Major, staff. 
Townsend Stith, 5th Infantry. 
Peter Muhlenberg, 6th Infantry. 
Z. Taylor, 7th Infantry. Major Bvt. 
Walter H. Overton, 7th Infantry. 

1811. 

J. S. Swearingen, 1st Artillery. Major, staff. 
James Denking, 3rd Infantry. 
Seleck Osborne, 1st Light Dragoons. 
C. Nicholas, 1st Infantry. Major, staff. 
William M'Clelland, 7th Infantry. 
Henry B. Brevoort, 2nd Infantry. 
John N. M'Intosh, Light Artillery. 
Hays G. White, 3rd Infantry. 
Silas Hasley. 1st Light Dragoons. 
Michael C. Hays, Rifle. 
Alexander A. White, 7th Infantry. 
Lodowick Moragn, Ri3e. 
James Hanhan, 1st Artillery. 
Samuel Price, Light Artillery. 
Oliver G. Burton, 4th Infantry. 
Alex. M'lllhenny, 5th Infantry. 
Michael Walsh, 1st Artillery. 
T. Chambers, 5th Infantry. Major, staff. 
Alex. Cummings. 1st Light Dragoons. 
Charles Fuller, 4th Infantry. 
James Dorman, 5th Infantry. 
Clement Sadler, 6th Infantry. 

3 January, 1812. 
R. Sterry, 6th Infantry. Major staff. 

12 March, 1812. 
John Miller, 2nd Infantry. 
Daniel Baker. 1st Infantry. 
James Reed, 1st Artillery- 

1 April. 1812. 

Andrew M'Dowell, Light Artillery. 
Daniel Appling, Rifle. 

4 June, 1812. 
J. E. A. Masters, 6th Infantry. 

1 July, 1812. 
E. D. Wood, Engineer. Major Bvt. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



6 July, 1812. 

Reuben Chamberlain, 2nd Infantry. 
Luther Leonard, Light Artillery. 
Joshua Hamilton, Rifle. 
Ichabod B. Crane. 3rd Artillery. 
Roger Jones, 3rd Artillery- 
James N. Boyle, 3rd Artillery. 
Alexander S. Brooks, 3rd Artillery. 
Nathan Towson, 2nd Artillery. 
Samuel B. Archer, 2nd Artillery. 
William Nicholas, 2nd Artillery. 
James N. Barker, 2nd Artillery- 
Stephen R. Proctor, 2nd Light Dragoons. 
Jacob B. Ton, 2nd Artillery. 
Sanders Donoho, 2nd Artillery. 
Samuel G. Hopkins. 2nd Light Dragoons. 
Henry Hall. 2nd Light Dragoons. 
Thomas Biddle, Sr., 2nd Artillery. 
Thomas P. Moore, 12th Infantry. 
Henry Grindage. 14th Infantry. 
John W. Gookin, 3rd Artillery. 
Richard Pollard, 20th Infantry. 
Zachariah Rossell, 15th Infantry. 
George Cloud, 10th Infantry. 
Joseph Philips, 2nd Artillery. 
Thomas M. Nelson, 10th Infantry. 
Andrew H. Holmes, 24th Infantry. 
John Sproull, 13th Infantry. 
Josiah H. Vose, 21st Infantry. 
William Bradford, 17th Infantry. 
Peter Mills. 23rd Infantry. 
James Gibson, 12th Infantry. 
Wm. Van Deursen, 3rd Artillery. 
Samuel D. Harris, 2nd Light Dragoons. 
John A. Byrd, 2nd Light Dragoons. 
Abraham Edwards, 19th Infantry. 
Joseph Selden, 2nd Light Dragoons. 
Turner Crooker, 9th Infantry. 
John G. Blount, 18th Infantry. ' 
Charles Quiray. 17th Infantry. 
Jas. I. B. Romayne, 3rd Artillery. 
George G. Steele, 16th Infantry. 
Hugh R. Martin, 33th Infantry. 
David E. Twiggs, 8th Infantry. 
Richard Hightower, 17th Infantry. 
Charles W. Hunter, loth Infantry. 
Sampson S. King, 22nd Infantry- 
George Howard, 25th Infantry. 
John W. Weeks, llth Infantry. 
George Butler, 18th Infantry. 
Dk. Van Veghten, 23rd Infantry- 
Charles E. Tobey, 21st Infantry. 
Thos. Montgomery, 14th Infantry. 
James Paxton, 12th Infantry. 
Har. H. Hickman, 19th Infantry. 
Hor. H. Watson, 3rd Artillery. 
Joseph Treat. 2ist Infantry. 
Alexander Gray. 24th Infantry. 
Robert Cunningham, Sth Infantry. 
Philip Brittain, 10th Infantry. 
Mordecai Myers, 13th Infantry. 
John Ritchie, 2nd Artillery. 
Hodijah Meade, 20th Infantry. 
Ebenezer B. Morse, 3rd Artillery. 
Jonas Holland, 2nd Light Dragoons. 
Thomas Sangster, 12th Infantry. 
Ar. C. Randolph, 12th Infantry. 
John Goodall. 2nd Artillery. 
Jacob Carmack, 22nd Infantry. 
Myndert M. Dox, 13th Infantry. 
William Chisholm, Sth Infantry. 
Charles Proctor, 21st Infantry. 
William S. Jett. Jr., 20th Infantry. 
Wilson Elliott, 19th Infantry. 
James M'Keon, 3rd Artillery. 
White Youngs. 15th Infantry. 
William M'llvain, 14th Infantry. 
John A. Thornton, 20th Infantry. 
Rufus M'Intire. 3rd Artillery. 
David Holt, 17th Infantry. 
John A. Rodgers. 24th Infantry. 
John Butler, 2nd Light Dragoons. 
John Pentland, 22nd Infantry. 
Felix W. Warley, Sth Infantry. 
Robert Mitchell. 10th Infantry. 



Jesse Robinson, 2nd Artillery. 
William Taylor. 18th Infantry. 
Alexander M'Ewen, 16th Infantry. 
James Herron, 19th Infantry. 
Robert M. Gill, 2nd Artillery. 
William Jones, Sth Infantry. 
William O. Allen, 24th Infantry. 
John Macrae, Jr., 20th Infantry. 
Philemon Hawkins, 2nd Artillery. 
Edward King. 18th Infantry. 
H. H. Van Dalsem, 15th Infantry. 
W. D. Lawrence. 13th Infantry.' 
Emanuel I. Leigh. 10th Infantry. 
Jeremiah Chapman, 21st Infantry. 
Daniel Cushing, 2nd Artillery. 
James Hunter. 17th Infantry. 
James Charlton, 12th Infantry. 
John Foster, 22nd Infantry. 
Benjamin S. Ogden, 3rd Artillery. 
James F. M'Elroy, 16th Infantry. 
Robert Desha, 24th Infantry. 
John T. Chunn. 19th Infantry. 
Byrd C. Willis, 20th Infantry. 
Stanton Sholes, 2nd Artillery. 
Henry P. Taylor, 18th Infantry. 
William J. Adatf, 17th Infantry. 
Mark Harden, 10th Infantry. 
George W. Russell, 2nd Artillery. 
Charles Page, 12th Infantry. 
Andrew L. Madison 12th fnfantry. 
Joseph Bryant, 10th Infantry. 
Benj. S. Egerton, llth Infantry. 
Thomas W. Farrar, Sth Infantry. 
Spotswood Henry, 2nd Artillery. 
Samuel Gordon, llth Infantry. 
Hugh Moore, 19th Infantry. 
Frederick Evans, 2nd Artillery. 
Benjamin Ropes. 21st Infantry. 
Peter Bradley, 25th Infantry. 
James H. Campbell. 24th Infantry. 
William M'Queen. Sth Infantry. 
Josiah Woods, 10th Infantry. 
Samuel Bradford, 21st Infantry. 
Joseph Clay, 10th Infantry. 
Asahel Nearing, 19th Infantry. 
Owen Clinton, 18th Infantry. 
James Duncan, 17th Infantry. 
Silas Amberson, 22nd Infantry. 
Matthew I. Keith, Sth Infanrry. 
Thomas I. Robeson, 18th Infantry. 
Jesse Copeland, 10th Infantry. 
Charles Crawford, Sth Infantry. 
David Scott, 23rd Infantry. 
Henry Fleming, 14th Infantry. 
Ken. M'Kenzie, 14th Infantry. 
Thomas Delano. 23rd Infanrry. 
Abraham F. Hull, 9th Infantry. 

31 July, 1812. 
J. G. Totten, Engineer. Major Bvt. 

August, 1812. 

Thos. A. Patterson, Rifle. 
Benjamin Branch, Light Artillery. 
George W. Melvin, Light Artillery. 
Ambrose Whitlock, 1st Infantry. 

September, 1812. 

Charles Larrabee, 4th Infantry. 
Samuel Babcock, Engineer. 
Jonathan Brooks, 3rd Artillery. 
H. G. Armstrong, 23rd Infantry. 
Lizur P.. Canfield, 23rd Infantry. 
William Davenport, 16th Infantry. 
Joseph L. Barton, 15th Infantry. 

October, 1812. 
Henry Philips, 6th Infantry. 

Xoranber, 1812. 
Thomas Ramsay, Rifle. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



December, 1812. 

W. M. Littlejohn, 1st Light Dragoons. 
William Whistler, 1st Infantry. 

January, 1813. 

Stephen Collins, 3rd Artillery. 
John C. Symmes, 1st Infantry. 
Simeon Knight, 1st Infantry. 
Alpha Kingsley, 1st Infantry. 
Hezekiah Johnson, 1st Infantry. 
John T. Pemberton. 2nd Infantry. 
Ebenezer Way, 4th Infantry. 
George Haig, 1st Light Dragoons. 
William Smith, Rifle. 
Arch. W. Thornton, Light Artillery. 

February, 1813. 
Thomas Murray, 1st Artillery. 

March, 1813. 

William Gates, 1st Artillery. 
Alex. J. WMlliams, 2nd Artillery. 
John Machesney, 16th Infantry. 
James Hamilton, 18th Infantry. 
David Cummings, 14th Infantry. 
A. C. W. Fanning, 3rd Artillery. 
John M. O'Connor, 3rd Artillery. 
Oorge H. Richards, 3rd Artillery. 
Edmund Foster, 9th Infantry. 
Jeremiah D. Hayden. 15th Infantry. 
William S. Foster, llth Infantry. 
Joseph Kinney, 23th Infantry. 
Sullivan Burbank, 21st Infantry. 
J. Anderson, 19th Infantry. Major staff. 
Caleb H. Holder, 17th Infa'ntry. 
Thomas Post, 12th Infantry. 
David Gwynne, 19th Infantry. 

April, 1813. 

Stephen W. Kearney, 13th Infantry. 
Samuel Haring, 13th Infantry. 
William A. Shelton, 20th Infantry. 
Thos. B. Randolph, 20th Infantry. 
Narcissus Broutin, 7th Infantry. 
Isaac Roach, Jr., 23rd Infantry. 
David Espy, 22nd Infantry. 
Jared Ingersoll, Jr., 9th Infantry. 
Thomas M. Read, 25th Infantry. 
Miles Greenwood, 16th Infantry. 
Charles Gee, 20th Infantry. 
Bernard Peyton. 20th Infantry. 
P.enj. W. Sanders, 17th Infantry. 
John B. Murdoch, 25th Infantry. 
Joseph Henderson, 22nd Infantry. 
Mar. L. Hawkins, 17th Infantry. 
John Baldy, 16th Infantry. 
William S. Henshaw, 5th Infantry. 

May, 1813. 

Julius F. Heileman, 1st Artillery. 
William F. W T are, 2nd Infantry. 
John Gansevoort, 1st Artillery. 
David S. Townsend, 9th Infantry. 
Thomas Karney, 14th Infantry. 
Minor Sturges, 24th Infantry. 
Aaron Sutphen. 15th Infantry. 
Abraham Per Lee, 15th Infantry. 
John K. Paige. 13th Infantry. 
William B. Adams, 13th Infantry. 
George Bender, Jr., 9th Infantry. 
John Bliss, llth Infantry. 
Hopley Yeaton. 1st Artillery- 
Samuel M. Dewey, 3rd Artillery. 
John M. Davis, 2nd Infantry. 

June, 1813. 

L. Huklll. 1st Light Dragoons. Major staff. 
Samuel Maclay, 1st Artillery. 
Simon D. Wattles. 23rd Infantry. 
Azariah W. Odell 23rd Infantry. 
Henry Dyer, 25th Infantry. 
Thomas Lawrence, 22nd Infantry. 
Leroy Opie, 2nd Artillery. 



Willis Foulke, 22nd Infantry. 
T. M. Randolph, Jr., 2nd Artillery. 
Robert G. Hite, 12th Infantry. 
Montgom. G. Waage, 18th Infantry. 
Frank Hampton, 24th Infantry. 
Ephraim F. Gilbert, 23rd Infantry. 
Richard Baen, llth Infantry. 
Morrell Marston, 21st Infantry. 
Reuben Gilder, 14th Infantry. 
Minor Robins, 25h Infantry. 
Val. R. Goodrich, llth Infantry. 
James F. Norris, 9th Infantry. 

July, 1813. 

Jonathan Eastman, 21st Infantry. 
Jackson Durant, 4th Infantry 

August, 1813. 

Elijah Boardman, 1st Light Dragoons. 
William R. Davis, 3rd Infantry. 
Samuel W. Butler, 3rd Infantry. 
Richard H. Bell, 5th Infantry. 
John L. Eastman, 4th Infantry. 
Jacob D. Howell, 15th Infantry. 
Charles J. Nourse, 2nd Light Dragoons. 
Sylvester Churchill, 3rd Artillery. 
Benjamin Watson, 25th Infantry. 
J. D. Coon, 16th Infantry. 
William O. Winston. 24th Infantry. 
Hughes W 7 atson. 8th Infantry. 
John Campbell, 13th Infantry. 
Jonathan W. Aitkin, 16th Infaptry. 
George W 7 . Jackson, 19th Infantry. 
John A. Thomas, 25th Infantry. 
George M'Glassin, loth Infantry. 
W r alter Wilkinson, 24th Infantry. 
Horace Hall, llth Infantry. 
Benjamin Sneed, llth Infantry. 
Joseph Marshall, 14th Infantry. 
Thomas Harrison, 9th Infantry. 
F. D. Cummins, 16th Infantry. 
F. Conkliug. 4th Infantry. 
Daniel Ketchum, 25th Infantry. 
Benjamin R. Pierce, 3rd Artllery. 



The following Fourteen Regiments wen 
raised for One Year. 

TWENTY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 

Lieut. Cololiel. 
T. B. Van Horn, 9 April, 1813. 

Majors. 

Jos. Jenkjns, 19 Feb., 1813. 
W. A. Trimble, 18 March, 1813. 

Captains. 

W. II. Puthuff, 20 May, 1813. 
J. Lockhart, 20 Mai, 1813. 
John Lucas, 20 May, 1813. 
S. Swearingen, 20 May, 1813. 
George Kisling. 20 May, 1813. 
John Moore. 20 May, 1813. 
Chris. Wood, 20 May, 1813. 
Joel Collins, 20 May 1813. 
R. C. Talbott, 20 May, 1813 

1st Lieutenants. 
Wm. Baird. 20 May, 1813. 
George Will. 20 May, 1813. 

C. A. Trimble, 20 May, 1813. 

Chas. A. Norton, 20 May, 1813 Aid to 

Brig. Gen. Cass. 
Wm. M'Donald, 20 May, 1813. 

D. M'Farland, 20 May, 1813. 

A. Delerae, 20 May, 1813. 
R. Anderson, 20 May. 1813. 

B. Maltbrie, 7 Aug., 1813. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



2nd Lieutenants. 

Wm. Huston, 20 May, 1813. 
A. Spencer, 20 May, 1813. 
John Brown, Jr., 20 May, 1813. 
Clarkson Price, 20 May, 1813. 
Jacob C. Leslie, 20 May, 1813. 
Robt. Stockton, 20 May, 1813. 
Joseph M'Lean, 20 May, 1813. 
Collin M'Cloud, 20 May, 1813. 
Geo. S. Bryan, 1 June, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

Robt. Nevill, 20 May, 1813. 
James Abbott, 20 May, 1813. 
J. Swearingen, 20 May, 1813. 
John Goode, 20 May, 1813. 
John C. Avery, 20 May, 1813. 
John Hall, 20 May, 1813. 
J. G. Talbott, 20 May, 1813. 
John Elvain, 20 May, 1813. 
W. M'Donald, Jr., 1 June, 1813. 
John Meldrum, 7 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Charles Cissna, 20 May, 1813. 
John Noel, 20 May, 1813. 
Abijah Johns, 20 May. 1813. 
Robt. Young, 20 May, 1813. 
Robt. Smith, 20 May, 1813. 
Wm. Watson, 20 May, 1813. 
Wm. Catrige, 20 May, 1813. 
Leonard Cole, 7 Aug., 1813. 
Thomas Shanks, 7 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
P. Sperrick, Jr., 26 April, 1813. 



TWENTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
George Paull, 29 June, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Robt. Morrison, 29 June, 1813. 

Majors. 

J. R. Munson, 18 March, 1813. 
Thos. Roland, 29 June 1813. 

Captains. 

Henry Northup. 20 May. 1813. 
Alex. Hill, 20 May, 1813. 
Joseph Cairns, 20 May, 1813. 
G. Saunderson, 20 May* 1813. 
William Gill, 20 May, 1813. 
John Spencer, 20 May. 1813. 
Absalom Martin, 20 May, 1813. 
Jas. Applegate. 20 May. 1813. 
Jas. A. Harper, 20 May, 1813. 
I. Van Home, Jr., 20 May, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
A. P. Pinney, 20 May, 1813. 
Saml. Shannon, 20 May, 1813. 
W. Warner, 20 Mav, 1813. 
Ellas Gilman. 20 May. 1813. Paymaster. 
Abraham Shane, 20 May. 1813. 
N. Gregory, 20 May. 1813. 
E. Benedict. 20 May, 1813. 
Chas. L. Cass, 20 May, 1813. 
Samuel Drennan, 20 May, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
James Blair, 20 May. 1813. 
J. Collins. 20 May. 1813. 
John Eagan, 20 May, 1813. 
Sam. Coleman, 20 May, 1813. 
John Carroll, 20 May 1813. 
Avory Buttles, 20 May, 1813. 



John Mifford, 20 May. 1813. 
T. C. Shields, 20 Mav, 1813. 
Q. F. Atkins, 7 Aug.; 1813. 

3r<Z Lieutenants. 
Michael Halm, 20 May, 1813. 
A. Bushnell, 20 May, 1813. 
James Nixon, 20 May, 1813. 
O. Granger, 20 May. 1813. 
A. Strethers, 20 May, 1813. 
A. Patterson, 20 May, 1813. 
Philip Houtz, 20 May, 1813. 
John Booten, 7 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

J. G. Pigman, 20 May. 1813. 
James Shannon, 20 May, 1813. 
John H. Simons, 20 May. 1813. 
William Hall, 20 May. 1813. 
N. L. Reeves, 20 May, 1813. 
John Williby, 20 May, 1813. 
John Patterson, 20 May, 1813. 
N. M'Fadden, 20 May. 1813. 
Thomas Riddle, 20 May, 1813. 
J. J. Tullass, 7 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
John Hamm, 16 April, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Ed. B. Jackson, 28 April, 1813. 

TWENTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
T. Deye Owings, 11 March, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Anthony Butler, 11 March, 1813. 

Majors. 

William Trig, 11 March. 1813. 
James Smiley, 11 March, 1813 

Captains. 

Benj. Moseby, 20 May, 1813. 
Geo. Stockton, 20 May, 1813. 
Henry C. Gist, 20 May, 1813. 
John Lowrey. 20 May, 1813. 
J. Megowan, 20 Mav, 1813. 
N. H. Moore, 20 May, 1813. 
Henry Daniel. 20 Mav, 1813. 
Jep. Dudley, 20 May, 1813. 
T. L. Butler, 30 June, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Joseph Clark, 20 May, 1813. 
Joseph C. Bell 20 May', 1813. 
David M'Nair. 20 May. 1813. 
Hugh Inis, 20 May. 1813. 
Mat. H. Jouitt, 20 May. 1813. Paymaster. 
James Hickman, 20 May, 1813. 
Robert Stockton, 20 May. 1813. 
John Mason, 20 May, 1813. 
Thos. Edmonson, 20 May, 1813. 
Reasin H. Gist. 30 June, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Charles Larned, 20 May, 1813. 
David G. Cowan, 20 May. 1813. 
James F. Moore, 20 May, 1813. 
W. D. Hayden. 20 May. 1813. 
John C. Kouns, 20 May. 1813. 
Williams Henry, 20 May. 1813. 
W. Greenup, 20 May. 1813. 
W. Stewart, 20 May. 1813. 
Richard Price, 30 June, 1813. 
John Trumbs, 30 June, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
J. G. Reynolds. 20 May. 1813. 
J. Ileddfeston, 20 May, 1813. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



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Thomas Griffith, 20 May, 1813 
Joseph Taylor, 20 May, 1813. 
John Wyatt. 20 May, 1813. 
Robert Clark, 20 May, 1813. 
Daniel Conner, 20 May, 1813. 
Jonas Jordan, 20 May, 1813. 
James Howerton, 20 May, 1813 
C. Harrison, 30 June, 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Ch. L. Harrison. 20 May. 1813. 
John B. Clark, 20 May, 1813. 
John M'Nair, 20 May, 1813. 
Teter Davis. 20 May, 1813. 
W. P. S. Blair, 20 May, 1813. 
Joseph Dawson, 20 May. 1813. 
W. N. Bryan, 20 May, 1813. 
O. W. Crockett, 30 June. 1813. 
Jonas Roads, 30 June, 1813. 
Daniel Brown, 30 June, 1813. 



TWENTY-NINTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
M. Smith, 12 April, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
G. D. Young, 12 April, 1813. 

Majors. 

John E. Wool. 13 April, 1813. 
Asa B. Sizer, 13 April, 1813. 

Captains. 

Chas. G. Jones, 24 March, 1813. 

F. Y. Waterman, 25 March, 1813. 
P. B. VanBeuren, 30 April. 1813. 
B. Schuyler. 30 April, 1813. 

M. D. Danvers, 30 April, 1813. 
Elam Lynds, 30 April. 1813. 
J. C. Rochester, 30 April, 1813. 
Jas. B. Spencer. 30 April. 1813. 
T. Machin, Jr., 30 April, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
A. B. Conant, 30 April, 1813. 
A. Spencer, Jr., 30 April, 1813. 

A. C. Spencer, 30 April, 1813. 
Aaron Ward, 30 April, 1813. 
H. B. Stebbins, 30 April, 1813. 

G. Dumbleton, 30 April. 1813. 
Aaron Walters, 30 April. 1813. 
Joel Peebles, 30 April, 1813. 

J. B. Stewart, 30 April, 1813. Paymaster. 
Tennis Hanson, 30 April, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

B. A. Boynton, 30 April, 1813. Adjutant. 
B. A. Barrett. 30 April. 1813. 

T. Brownson, 30 April, 1813. 
Daniel Adams, 30 April, 1813. 
Thos. Dunham, 30 April. 1813. 
H. Van Antwerp. 30 April, 1813. 
Thos. Sutton, 30 April, 1813. 
J. Rosecrantz. 30 April, 1813. 
Sylvanus Mott, 30 April, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
S. B. Hickcock, 30 April. 1813 
Alex. M'Knight. 30 April, 1813. 
S. D. Kellogg, 30 April. 1813. 
James Palmer, 30 April. 1813 
J. I. Wynkoop, 30 April, 1813. 
John Frasher, 30 April, 1813. 
Daniel Smith. Jr.. 30 April. 1813. 
J. W. Edwards. 30 April, 1813. 
Alton Nelson, 30 April. 1813. 
P. R. Halstead, 30 April, 1813. 



Ensigns. 

Thomas Vail, 30 April, 1813. 
S. Newcomb, 30 April, 1813 
T. Turner, Jr., 30 April, 1813. 
J. R. Townsend, 30 April, 1813. 
L. II. Mitchell, 30 April, 1813. 
Walter Smith, 30 April, 1813. 
John Sing. 30 April, 1813. 
John Wynkoop, 30 April, 1813. 
J. W. Lansing, 7 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Martin Jennison, 1 July, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
R. G Walmsley, 1 July, 1813. 



THIRTIETH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Ellas Fasset, 23 Feb., 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Martin Norton, 23 Feb., 1813. 

Majors. 

Hains French, 23 Feb., 1813. 
John Bayley, 23 Feb., 1813. 

Captains. 

S. Wright, 30 April, 1813. 
Salmon Clark, 30 April, 1813. 
David Sanford, 30 April, 1813. 
Peabody Utley, 30 April, 1813. 
John Wires, 30 April, 1813. 
A. J. Brown, 30 April, 1813. 
D. Farrington, 30 April. 1813. 
G. Spencer, Jr,. 30 April. 1813. 
S. Danforth, 30 April, 1813. 
James Taylor, 30 April, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Wm. Miller, 30 April. 1813. 
S. Robinson, 30 April, 1813. 
Wm. Barney, 30 April, 1813. 
Wm. Myrick, 30 April, 1813. 
J. M. Young. 30 April. 1813. 
G. W. Kendall. 30 April. 1813. 
Shev. Weeks, 30 April, 1813.. 
Israel Smith, 30 April. 1813. Paymaster 
R. Salsbury. 30 April, 1813. 
G. Brownson, 15 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

J. H. Burton, 30 April. 1813. Adjutant. 
Stephen Rumsey, 30 April. 1813. 
A. Bostwick. 30 April, 1813. Quartermaster. 
Gideon Hawley, 30 April, 1813. 
Thos. Stephens, 30 April, 1813. 
Andrew Rublee, 30 April, 1813. 
Abel Gibbs. 30 April, 1813. 
Elisha Smith, 30 April, 1813. 
James Johnson. 30 April. 1813. 
M. L. Selden, 15 Aug., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Benj. Darby. 30 April, 1813. 
Benj. Fasset, 30 April, 1813. 
Nath. Spalding, 30 April, 1813. 
R. B. Hyde, 30 April. 1813. 
Phelps Smith. 30 April. 1813. 
Almerin Smith, 30 April, 1813. 
Return Strong. 30 April. 1813. 
H. Wadams, 30 April. 1813. 
James Smith. 30 April, 1813. 
Th. Chittenden, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Henry Hendrix. 30 April. 1813. 
S. Hatheway, 30 April, 1813. 



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A. B. Dake, 30 April, 1813. 
J. R. Pettibone, 30 April, 1813. 
R. R. Childs, 30 April, 1813. 
Daniel Griswold, 30 April, 1813. 
W. B. Ferris, 30 April, 1813. 
Stephen Webb, 30 April, 1813. 
T. Matthews, 30 April, 1813. 

Surgeon. 
P. S. Mason, 29 June, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Wm. Paddock, 29 June, 1813. 
W. A. Needham, 19 July, 1813. 



THIRTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Danel Dana, 23 Feb., 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Huckens Storrs, 23 Feb., 1813. 

Major. 
M. Ormsbee, 23 Feb., 1813. 

Captains. 

D. A. A. Buck, 30 April. 1813. 
Asa Aikens, 30 April, 1813. 
L. Egerton, 30 April, 1813. 
Rufus Stewart, 30 April, 1813. 
N. Noble, 30 April, 1813. 
Ethan Burnap, 30 April, 1813. 
Cyrus Johnson, 30 April, 1813. 
Joseph Morril, 30 April, 1813. 
Silas Dickinson, 30 April, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

C. L. Rockwood, 30 April. 1813. 
Andrew Arnold, 30 April. 1813. 
J. S. Bicknell, 30 April, 1813. 
Presbury West, 30 April, 1813. 
Wm. Biugham. 30 April, 1813. 
Levi Powers. 30 April, 1813. 
Enos Walker, 30 April, 1813. 

D. C. Bryant, 30 April, 1813. 
John Merrill, 30 April, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Levi Cox, 30 April, 1813. 
A. W. Brown, 30 April, 1813. 
Chas. Livermore. 30 April, 1813. 
Simon Brown, 30 April, 1813. 
Asa Baker, 30 April, 1813. 
Fifield. Lifford, 30 April, 1813. 
John Putnam, 30 April, 1813. 
John Farwell. 30 April, 1813. 
Johu Hatch, 30 April, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Luther Bugbee, 30 April. 1813. Adjutant. 

E. Emmons, 30 April, 1813. 

Eleazar Davis, 30 April, 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

John Pratt, Jr., 30 April, 1813. 
Jonathan Eddy, 30 April, 1813. 
S. Wetherbee, Jr., 30 April, 1813. 
John Atwood, 30 April, 1813. 
Jonas Gates, 30 April, 1813. 

F. Nickinson, 30 April, 1813. 
James Adams, 30 April, 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Harvy Oilman, 30 April, 1813. 
Jeremiah York, 30 April, 1813. 
S. M. Perkins. 30 April. 1813. 
Asa Peabody, 30 April, 1813. 
J. Y. Sawyer, 30 April, 1813. 
S. Stephens, Jr., 30 April, 1813. 



Isaac Briggs, 30 April, 1813. 
J. Greenleaf, 30 April. 1813. 
Aaron Matson, 30 April, 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Truman Powell, 19 July, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
E. Littlefield, 19 July, 1813. 



THIRTY-SECOND INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
S. E. Fotterall, 6 May, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
S. B. Davis, 6 May, 1813. 

Major. 
Geo. H. Hunter, 6 May, 1813. 



G. F. Goodman, 
Wm. Smith, 18 
Samuel Borden 
Thomas Town, 
John Steele, Jr 
J. J. Robinson, 
Jona. B. Smith 
Horatio Davis, 



Captains. 
18 March. 1813. 
March. 1813. 

17 May, 1813. 
17 May, 1813. 
., 17 May 1813. 
17 May, 1813. 
. 17 May, 1813. 
17 May, 1813. 



1st Lieutenants. 
Robt. Patterson. 5 April. 1813. Acting 

Deputy Quartermaster General. 
Peter P. Walter, 17 April. 1813. Adjutant. 
Claud. F. LeGrand. 17 April. 1813. 
Richard Bache. 17 April, 1813. Aid to 

Brig. Gen. Bloomfield. 
Maskline Clark, 17 April, 1813. 
R. G. Rawlins, 17 April. 1813. 
John Suter, 17 April, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
John Wilson. 17 May. 1813. 
Jas. M'Karahar. 17 May. 1813. 
C. B. Hopkins, 17 May. 1813. 
Joseph Baldwin. 17 May, 1813. 
William Crosier, 17 May, 1813. Paymas- 
ter. 

Anthony Bonnaffon. 17 May, 1813. 
Thos. F. Hargis. 17 May. 1813. 
Charles Kean, 17 May, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
De. E. Sweeny. 17 May, 1813. 
A. L. Gamble. 17 May. 1813. 
H. M'Clelland, 17 May, 1813. 
Geo. Dannaker. 17 May, 1813. 
Thos. M'Elwe, 17 May, 1813. 
Geo. K. Hall, 17 May, 1813. 

Ensigns. 

John Stewart, 17 May, 1813. 
Henry Wilson, 17 May, 1813. 
G. W. Hunter, 17 May, 1813. 
Michael E. Israel, 17 May, 1813. 
Henrv Gulick. 17 May. 1813. 
James Irvine. 17 May, 1813. 
Jas. M'llvaine. 17 May, 1813. 
G. F. H. Crocket, 17 May, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Frank. Bache, 17 May. 1813. 
Henry Hall, 17 May, 1813. 



THIRTY-THIRD INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Isaac Lane, 23 Feb., 1813. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



Lieut. Colonel. 
John A. Harper, 19 July, 1813. 

Major. 
Daniel Lane, 23 Feb., 1813. 

Captains. 

Benjamin Adams, 30 April, 1813. 
Benjamin Dunn, 30 April, 1813. 
Elias Foss, 30 April, 1813. 
Noah Haley, Jr., 30 April. 1813. 
Francis Drew, 30 April, 1813. 
R. K. Goodenow. 30 April. 1813. 
Isaac Hodsdon, 30 April, 1813. 
Charles Lothrop, 30 April, 1813. 
Thos. Dinsmore. 30 April, 1813. 
James Currey, 30 April, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Joel Milliken, 30 April, 1813. 
G. Xewbegin. 30 April, 1813. 
Josiah Moulton, 30 April. 1813. 
Steph. Bean, 30 April, 1813. 
Jere. Goodwin, 30 April, 1813. Paymaster. 
Geo. Scammon, 30 April, 1813. Adjutant. 
Ebenezer Seavey. 30 April. 1813. 
Alex. McColley, 30 April, 1813. 
James Weeks, 30 April. 1813. 
Jos. Morrison, 30 April, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
D. M'Glaughlin, 30 April. 1813. 
Isaac F. Snow, 30 April, 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

Henry Cole, 30 April, 1813. 
Solomon Strout, 30 April, 1813. 
Alex. Worster, 30 April, 1813. 
T. Buckminster, 30 April, 1813. 
James Willey, 30 April, 1813. 
Mija M. Lane. 30 April, 1813. 
Wm. Morris, Jr., 30 April, 1813. 
S. Woodman, Jr., 30 April, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
N. Edgecomb, 30 April, 1813. 
S. Hopkinson, 30 April. 1813. 
Wm. Cutts, 30 April, 1813. 
Joseph Bryant, 30 April, 1813. 
B. Palmer, Jr., 30 April, 1813. 
Hanson Hayes. 30 April, 1813. 
John Dunn, 30 April, 1813. 
Rufus K. Lane, 30 April, 1813. 
Jona. Goodwin, 30 April, 1813. 

Ensigns. 

James Warren, 30 April, 1812 
James Walker, 30 April, 1813. 
Nath. Webster, 30 April, 1813. 
James Banks, 30 April, 1813. 
George Dunham, 30 April, 1813. 
J. B. Hartford. 30 April, 1813. 
Joseph Snow, 30 April, 1813. 
Samuel Powell, 30 April, 1813. 
B. D. Gardner, 30 April, 1813. 
William Marr, 30 April, 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Perl. F: Groves, 10 April, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Ward Bassett, 10 April, 1813. 
John P. Briggs, 10 April, 1813. 



THIRTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
J. B. Larned, 23 Feb., 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Eben. Smith, 23 Feb., 1813. 



Major. 
T. M. Vinson, 23 Feb., 1813. 

Captains. 

Robert Douglass, 30 April, 1813. 
Sherin. Leland, 30 April, 1813. 
Robt. R. Kendall, 30 April, 1813. 
Peter Chadwick, 30 April, 1813. 
Benj. Poland, 30 April, 1813. 
Benj. Bailey, 30 April, 1813. 
Wm. Sweet, 30 April, 1813. 
Isaac Carter, 30 April, 1813. 
Danl. Grossman, 30 April, 1813. 
Jos. C. Adams, 30 April, 1813. Paymaster. 

1st Lieutenants. 

John Merrill, 30 April, 1813. Quartermas- 
ter. 

Thomas Bailey, 30 April, 1813. 
Wm. Stevens, 30 April, 1813. 
John Lee, 30 April, 1813. 
Jeremiah Edes, 30 April, 1813. 
Ed. Barneville, 30 April, 1813. 
Elihu Norton, 30 April, 1813. 
Thomas Clarke, 30 April, 1813. 
Ben. Woodman, 30 April, 1813. 
Nat. Gookin, 16 May, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
N. S .Benton, 30 April. 1813. 
W. A. Springer. 30 April, 1813. 
Joseph Sumner, 30 April, 1813. 
Wm. Nash, 30 April, 1813. 
Nath. Wilson, 30 April, 1813. 
David Sherman, 30 April, 1813. 
Wm. Nevers, 30 April, 1813. 
S. Dearborn, 30 April, 1813. 
Timothy Bacon, 30 April, 1813. 
Calvin Crocker, 30 April, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Otis Robbins, 30 April, 1813. 
Royal D. Simons. 30 April, 1813. 
Thos. Johnson, 30 April, 1813. 
Robert Gibson, 30 April, 1813. 
Moses Clough, 30 April, 1813. 
Jos. McClure, 30 April, 1813. 
Edw'd Springer. 30 April, 1813. 
Isaac Townsend, 30 April, 1813. 
Sup. B. Gookin. 1 July, 1813. 
Flavil Sabin, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Flenry Taylor. 30 April, 1813. 
Elias Morse, 30 April, 1813. 
Oliver Blake, 30 April, 1813. 
Steph. Morrell, 30 April, 1813. 
John Nash, 30 April, 1813. 
D. Farnsworth. 30 April, 1813. 
Josiah Parlin, 30 April, 1813. 
G. W. Thomas, 30 April. 113. 
Cotton Ward, 1 July. 1813, 

Surgeon. 
Jotham Forbes, 30 April, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Charles Loring. 20 May, 1813. 
Tlmd. Hubbnrcl. 20 May, 1813. 



THIRTY-FIFTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Jos. Goodwyn, 3 March, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Robert Pegram, 3 March, 1813. 

Majors. 

Aug. C. Smith, 3 March, 1813. 
A. I. M'Connico, 22 March, 1813. 



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Captains. 

Danl. C. Butts, 31 March, 1813. 
Saml. M'Guire. 31 March, 1813. 
M. Taliaferro. 31 March, 1813. 
John Thorp, 31 March, 1813. 
B. Hardaway, 31 March, 1813. 
Benj. B. Jones. 31 March, 1813. 
F. E. Walker, 31 March, 1813. 
W. T. Cocke, 31 March, 1813. 
Isaac T. Preston, 31 March, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

John W. Stith, 31 March, 1813. 
Christn. Miller, 31 March, 1813. 
Jas. H. Belcher, 31 March, 1813. 
Th. J. Parker, 31 March, 1813. 
Francis H. Hooe, 31 March. 1813. 
John G. Crump, 31 March, 1813. 
Blair Boiling, 31 March, 1813. 
Edw. L. Pegram. 31 March, 1813. 
John Garland, 31 March, 1813. 

2nd Liuetenants. 
L. Dangerfield. 31 March, 1813. 
Wra. Rivers, 31 March, 1813. 
Henry Cook, 31 March, 1813. 
Wm. Loyall, 31 March, 1813. 
S. C. Williams. 31 March, 1813. 
James Minor, 31 March. 1813. 
David B. Stith, 31 March, 1813. 
John B. Hall, 31 March, 1813. 
Robert Eskridge, 31 March, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Chas. R. Rose, 31 March, 1813. 
David Shelton, 31 March, 1813. 
Chas. Hutchings, 31 March, 1813. 
Edwin Jones. 31 March, 1813. 
Thomas K. Ball. 31 March, 1813. 
William Dunn, 31 March, 1813. 
F. D. Charlton. 31 March, 1813. Paymaster. 
R. Crockwell. 31 March, 1813. 
Winfield Jones, 31 March, 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Samuel Kirby, 31 March, 1813. 
John Thompson, 31 March, 1813. 
R. W. Scott, 31 March. 18j.rf. 
P. R. Burwell, 31 March, 1813. 
John Huson, 31 March, 1813. 
Robt. R. Conrad. 31 March. 1813. 
Law. M. Gale, 31 March, 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Wright Tucker, 19 July, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
W. W. Southall, 20 July, 1813. 



THIRTY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Henry Carbery, 22 March, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Wm. Scott, 25 March, 1813. 

Majors. 

Alex. Stuart, 25 March. 1813. 
Henry Lee, Jr., 8 April, 1813. 

Captains. 

Joseph Hook. 30 April, 1813. 
Henry C. Neale. 30 April, 1813. 
Jos. S. Nelson. 30 April, 1813 
C. C. Randolph. 30 April. 1813. 
Thos Carbery, 30 April. 1813. 
Samuel Rasin, 30 April. 1813 
J. J. Merrick, 30 April, 1813. 



Mort. D. Hall, 30 April, 1813. 
H. W. Deneale, 30 April, 1813. 
Thos. Corcoran, 30 April, 1813. 

Is* Lieutenants. 
Wm. C. Hobbs, 30 April, 1813. 
James Neale, 30 April, 1813. 
John Ricaud. 30 April, 1813. Paymaster. 
James Oru, 30 April, 1813. 
Francis J. Neale, 30 April, 1813. Quar- 
termaster. 

John Chauncey. 30 April, 1813. 
Wm. N. Earle, 15 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Liuetenants. 

Jas. H. Ballard, 30 April, 1813. Adjutant. 
Wm. L. Rogers, 30 April, 1813. 
Richard K. Watts, 30 April, 1813. 
Clement Sewell, 30 April, 1813. 
Charles Queen, 30 April, 1813. 
W T . Hindman, Jr., 15 Aug., 1813. 
Wm. Merrick, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Wm. A. Rind, 15 Aug., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
George Slye, 30 April, 1813. 
Wright Hall, 30 April, 1813. 
Henry Redman. 30 April, 1813. 
F. J. Wheeler, 30 April. 1813. 
J. M. Burgess, 30 April, 1813. 
Philip Fisher, 15 Aug., 1813. 
John Clark, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Edward Scott, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Julius Germane, 30 April, 1813. 
Edwd. Hopkins, 30 April, 1813. 
Richd. H. Lee, 30 April. 1813. 
W. T. S. Beall, 30 April, 1813. 
Wm. Gallop. 30 April, 1813. 
Geo. Johnson, 30 April. 1813. 
John Mansfield, 30 April, 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Thos. P. Hall, 10 July, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
John H. Beall, 31 July, 1813. 



THIRTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
A. Benjamin, 11 March, 1813. 

Majors. 

Roswell Lee, 3 March, loj.3. 
Saml. Hoadley, 11 March, 1813. 

Captains. 

Elizur Warner, 30 April, 1813. 
Christ. Ripley, 30 April, 1813. 
Chauncey Ives, 30 April. 1813. 
S. B Northrop. 30 April. 1813. 
Iciley Sweet, 30 April. 1813. 
Noah T. Ferry, 30 April, 1813. 
D Warerbury. 30 April. 1813. 
Stepn. D. Tilden, 30 April, 1813. 
S. 15. Dickinson, 30 April. 1813. 
Guy Gaylord, 31 May, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
John Brown. 30 April, 1813. 
H. W. Huntington, 30 April, 1813. Adju- 
tant. 

David C. Welsh, 30 April. 1813. Paymaster. 
William Morgan, 30 April. 1813. 
Stepn. Drummer. 30 April. 1813. 
Elipha. Ripley, 30 April. 1813. 
Domas Deming. 30 April. 1813. 
Chaun. Hosford. 30 April. 1813. 
David Gibbs, 30 April. 1813. 
Solomon Dewey, 31 May, 1813. 






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2nd Lieutenants. 
Henry Starr, 30 April, 1813. 
Dan'l Bicknell, 30 April, 1813. 
Eldad Ruggles. 30 April, 1813. 
Jas. L. Raynolds, 30 April. 1813. 
Eli Bradley, 30 April, 1813. 
David Tracey, 30 April, 1813. 
W. Wakeman, 30 April, 1813. 
Nathan Clark, 19 May, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Saml. Keeler, 30 April, 1813. 
Ralph Steele, 30 April, 1813. 
Thomas Weller, 30 April. 1813. 
J. R. Warren, 30 April. 1813. 
G. H. Tarmele, 30 April, 1813. 
Saml. Robinson, 30 April, 1813. 
Andw. Andrews, 30 April, 1813. 
Irad. Storrs, 30 April, 1813. 
John Phelps, Jr., 3 June, 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Saml. Keeler, 30 April, 1813. 
Oren Hatch, 30 April, 1813. 
Lyman Mallory, 30 April, 1813. 
Henry Lord, 30 April, 1813. 
Thomas Hewit. 30 April, 1813. 
John Fellows, 30 April, 1813. 
Wra. Kellogg. 30 April, 1813. 
Ebenezer Fisk, 3 June, 1813. 
James Smith, Jr., 22 June, 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Elijah Butts, 20 May, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Asahel Hall, 19 Sept., 1813. 



THIRTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Peter Little, 19 May, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Win. Steuart, 19 May, 1813. 

Majors. 

Leon. Frailey, 19 May, 1813. 
George Keyser, 19 May, 1813. 

Captains. 

James H. Hook, 20 May, 1813. 
James Haslett, 20 May, 1813. 
Isaac Aldridge, 20 May, 1813. 
John Rothrock, 20 May. 1813. 
John Brookes, 20 May, 1813. 
John Buck, 20 May, 1813. 

A. Miltenberger, 20 May. 1813. 
Houry O'Neil. 20 May, 1813. 
Chas. Stansbury, 20 Mav, 1813. 
S. C. Leakin, 20 May, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

John Mowton, 20 May, 1813. Adjutant. 
James Smith. 20 May, 1813. 
William Ford, 20 May, 1813. 
Henry S. Geyer, 20 May. 1813. 
O. S. Eichelberger, 20 May, 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

Win. R. Gwinn. 20 May. 1813. Paymaster. 
William Hall, 20 May, 1813. 
Joshua Medtart, 15 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Liuetenants. 
James Holmes, 20 May, 1813. 

B. B. Sweeting, 20 May. 1813. 
Jerem. Green, 20 May, 1813. 
J. M Barrett, 20 May, 1813. 
William Jones, 20 May, 1813. 



James S. Griffin, 20 May, 1813. 
George Fletcher, 20 May, 1813. 
John Sticher, 20 May, 1813. 
\\ m. 11. Bates, 15 May, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
D. W. Duncan, 20 May, 1813. 
Peter Keyser, 20 May, 1813. 
Saml. BarkJey, 20 May, 1813. 
Wm. Hardwood, 20 May, 1813. 
Hynson Crabbin, 20 May, 1813. 
F. W. Hoffman, 20 May, 1813. 
Henry Huber, 20 May, 1813. 
Benj P. Head. 15 Aug., 1813. 
Geo. W. Lee, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Cassa. Watkins. 20 May, 1813. 
John Savery, 20 May, 1813. 
Rich. M. Sands, 20 May, 1813. 
Wm. Camp. Jr., 20 May, 1813. 
John B. Martin, 20 May, 1813. 
John Spicknall, 20 May, 1813. 
W. H. Addison, 20 May, 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Tobias \Vatkins, 20 May, 1813. 



THIRTY-NINTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
John Williams, 18 June, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Th. H. Benton, 18 June, 1813. 

Majors. 

L. P. Montgomery, 29 July, 1813. 
Wm. Peacock, 29 July, 1813. 

Captains. 

John Phagan, 29 July, 1813. 
Wm. Walker. 29 July, 1813. 
Benj. Reynolds, 29 July, 1813. 
George Hallam, 29 July. 1813. 
John B. Long, 29 July, 1813. 

A. H. Douglass, 29 July, 1813. 
Hen. Henninger, 29 July. 1813. 
John Jones. 29 July. 1813. 
James Davis. 29 July. 1813. 
Thomas Stuart, 29 July, 1813". 

1st Lieutenants. 
Willie Martin. 29 July. 3813. 
James Gray, 29 July, 1813. 
R M. Somerville, 29 July. 1813. 
Benj. Wright, 29 July. 1813. 
D. Lauderdale, 29 July. 1813. 
James Sharp. 29 July. 1813. 
Samuel Wilson, 29 July, 1813. 
Jjimes M'Donald, 29 July, 1813. 
Nath. Smith. 29 July, 1ST 3. 
Joel Denton, 29 July, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

B. M. Patterson. 29 Julv. 1813. 
M. C. Molton, 29 July, 1813. 
James Leith. 29 July. 1813. 
Ashley Stanfield. 29' Julv. 1813. 
Jesse C. Tate, 29 July, 1813. 

J. R. Henderson. 29 July, 1813. 
Guy Smith, 29 July, 1813. 
David M'Millen, 29 July, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Jos. S. Jackson. 29 July. 1813. 
Ellis Thomas, 29 July, 1813. 
Penj. Duncan. 29 Julv. 1813. 
H. W M'Clellan. 29 July. 1813. 
Isaac Pangle, 29 July, 1813. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



Simpson Payne, 29 July, 1813. 
J. M Armstrong, 29 July, 1813. 
Rand. Quarles, 29 July, 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Saml. Houston, 29 July, 1813. 
T. C. Hindman, 29 July, 1813. 
Joel Parrish, 29 July, 1813. 
Andrew Greer, 29 July, 1813. 
Jacob K. Snap, 29 July, 1813. 
John M'Henry, 29 July, 1813. 
Thomas Easten, 29 July, 1813. 
J. H. Anderson, 29 July, 1813. 

Surf/eon's Mate. 
John H. Read, 2 July, 1813. 



The following Five Regiments were raised 
for the War by Act of July 5, 1813. 

FORTIETH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Jos. Loring, Jr., 31 July, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
John Breck, 19 July, 1813. 

Majors. 

Perley Putnam, 19 July, 1813. 
Hfn. C. Brown, 19 July, 1813. 

Captains. 

J. B. Varnum, 19 July, 1813. 
Seth W. Nye, 19 July, 1813. 
James Perry. 29 July, 1813. 
Leonard Ross, 1 Aug., 1813. 
M. X. Sanborn, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Ronert Neale. Jr., 1 Aug.. 1813. 
John Leonard, 6 Aug., 1813. 
John Bailey. 1 Sept., 1813. 
Elisha Field, 1 Sept., 1813. 
John Fillebrown, 1 Sept., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Robert Carter, 29 July, 1813. 
Danl. P. Brown, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Chas. Durant. 1 Sept.. 1813. 
J. Orne Bowden, 1 Sept., 1813. 
Joseph M'Comb. 1 Sept., 1813. 
Sam. Hodges, Jr., 1 Sept., 1813. 

2nd Liuetenants. 
James Harris. 1 Sept., 1813. 
Samuel C. Pope, 1 Sept.. 1813. 
John Spalter, 1 Sept., 1813. 
Elias Goodspeed, 1 Sept., 1813. 
R. H. Blanchard, 1 Sept., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
John Parrott, 20 July, 1813. 
Saml. H. Russell, 1 Sept., 1813. 
Enoch Manning. 1 Sept.. 1813. 
Andrew Lewis, 1 Sept., 1813. 
Moses Aldrich, 1 Sept., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Jas. Perry. Jr., 29 July. 1813. 
Nich. B. Proctor, 1 Sept., 1813. 
Perez Alexander, 1 Sept., 1813. 
Isaac Carpenter, 1 Sept., 1813. 



FORTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Robt. Bogardus, 29 July. 1813. 



Lieut. Colonel. 
J. W. Livingston, 29 July, 1813. 

Majors. 

Darby Noon. 1 Aug., 1813. 
Jas. D. Wallace, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 

Gilbert Seaman, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Alex. Hamilton, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Alph. Sherman, 1 Aug., 1813. 
S. B. Romaine, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Saml. Berrian. 1 Aug.. 1813. 
Jnmes Campbell. 1 Aug., 1813. 
Wm. S. Radcliff. 3 Aug., 1813. 
Chas. Humphrey. 7 Aug., 1813. 
John B. Scott, 30 Sept., 1813. 
Francis Allyn, 30 Sept., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Thomas Barker. 1 Aug., 1813. 
M. M. Quackenbos 1 Aug.. 1813. 
John Ingersoll, 7 Aug., 1813. 
James M'Cullen, 7 Aug.. 1813. 
Wm. Loudon, 9 Aug.. 1813. 
John L. Clark, 30 Sept., 1813. 
J. L. Bogardus. 30 Sept.. 1813. 
J. M. Schermerhorn, 30 Sept., 1813. 

2nd Liuetenants. 
Jud. Hammond, 30 Sept., 1813. 
T. E. Beekman, 30 Sept., 1813. 
Alex. Clinton. 30 Sept.. 1813. 
Daniel Wishart. 30 Sept., 1813. 
Win. Seaman. 30 Sept., 1813. 
John Tabalee, 30 Sept.. 1813. 
Geo. Hamilton. 30 Sept., 1813. 
John H. Sims, 30 Sept., 1813. 
Henry Brown, 30 Sept., 1813. 
Luther Hand, 30 Sept., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenant. 
Sol. Sutherland, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

George West, 6 Aug.. 1813. 
Jeremiah Smith. 30 Sept., 1813 
John Webb. Jr.. 30 Sept.. 1813. 
I.awr. Rigail, 30 Sept.. 1813. 
Win. Hsmmet. 30 Sept.. 1813. 
Isaac Miller. 30 Sept.. 1813. 
Asher Corlcs. 30 Sept., 1813. 
George Maxwell. 30 Sept.. 1813. 
John C. Hart, 30 Sept., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
John Neilson, 30 Sept., 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Fayette Cooper. 30 Sept.. 1813. 
Henry White, 30 Sept., 1813. 



FORTY-SECOND INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Wm. X. Irvine. 4 Aug., 1813. 

Lieut. Colon el. 
Jas. G. Forbes, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Major. 
Tunis Riker, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 

Thos. Stockton. 20 Sept.. 1813. 
George W. Barker, 10 Jan.. 1813. 
E. S. Mendenhall, 1 Aug.. 1813. 
Wm. G. Oliver. 1 Aug., 1813. 
Thos. Hanson, 4 Aug., 1813. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



99 



Edm. B. Duvall, 4 Aug., 1813. 
John Junkin, 7 Aug., 1813. 
Arms. Irvine, 1 Oct., 1813. 
John Biddle, 1 Oct., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Josiah S. Carty, 3 Aug., 1813. 
James Lakeu, 3 Aug., 1813. 
Thomas Traquir, 4 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Robert Shaw, Jr., 1 Aug., 1813. 
Joseph Hall, 1 Aug., 1813. 
P. Mendenhall, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Howerton Cross, 7 Aug., 1813. 
Alex. Trotter, 9 Sept., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
J. B. Welhenson, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Daniel Saint, 3 Aug., 1813. 
Fiedk. Lazarus, 25 Sept., 1813. 
Martin Grant, 25 Sept., 1813. 
J. Armstrong, 30 Sept., 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
James M. Kelly, 1 Aug., 1813. 



FORTY-THIRD INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Nicholas Long, 4 Aug., 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Dune. L. Clinch, 4 Aug., 1813. 

Majors. 

James Campbell. 1 Aug.. 1813. 
Thos. D. King, 4 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 

Jno. J. Goodwyn, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Theo. L. Gurdin. 1 Aug., 1813. 
G. H. Manigault. 1 Aug., 1813. 

Brig. Gen. Izard. 
Joel E. Grace, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Edward F. Tattnall, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Thomas Hyde, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Henry Garrett, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Robt. Love, Jr., 4 Aug., 1813. 
George Dabney, 4 Aug., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Abner H. Hicks. 1 Aug., 1813. 
Saml. A. Taylor, 1 Aug., 1813. 
W. TSdmonson, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Sam. Farrow, Jr., 1 Aug.. 1813. 
Charles Cantey, 3 Aug., 1813 
John Smallwood. 4 Aug.. 1813. 
James Smith, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Geo. R. Gilman. 4 Aug., 1813. 
Wm. W. Holt, 4 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Robert Stark, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Joshua Irby. 1 Aug., 1813. 
Robt H. Brings. 1 Aug.. 1813. 
W. Timberlake, 4 Aug.. 1813. 
Edward Hare, 4 Aug.. 1813. 
John M. Neel, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Robt. L. Coombs, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Archibald Bigby, 4 Aug., 1813. 
James Moss. 4 Aug.. 1813. 
R. Campbell, Jr., 16 Oct., 1813 
Brig. Gen. Williams. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Wm. Miles, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Marshall Ayres, I Aug.. 1813. 
Holomon Battle, 4 Aug., 1813 
Wm. H. Norman, 4 Aug., 1813. 



Aid to 



Wm. Welsh, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Elisha Gates, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Levin V. Greer, 4 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

James B. Moore, 1 Aug., 1813. 
John Vereen, 3 Aug., 1813. 
Daniel Wall, 3 Aug., 1813. 
John H. Lawson, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Joseph Oliver, 4 Aug., 1813 
Lar. L. Baldwin, 4 Aug., 1813. 
W. H. Fail-child, 4 Aug., 1813. 



FORTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Geo. T. Ross, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
RenS Trudeau, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Majors. 

Henry D. Piere, 1 Aug., 1813. 
.Vaters Clark, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 

Isaac L. Baker, 5 April, 1813. 
Wm. O. Butler, 5 April, 1813. 

1st Lieutenant. 
Nathl. Pryor, 30 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenant. 
Elzr. B. Billings, 9 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Squire Lea, 1 Aug., 1813. 



RANGERS. 

Captains. 

Wm. Dunn, 12 April, 1813. 
Pierre Andfr, 12 April, 1813. 
James Bigger, 30 April, 1813. 
Fred. Shoultz. 20 May, 1813. 
Andrew Ramsey, 19 July, 1813. 
David Musick, 19 July. 1813. 
Daniel M. Boone, 19 July 1813 
James B. Moore, 1 Aug., 1813' 
William B. Whiteside, 1 Aug., 1813 
Jacob Short, 1 Aug.. 1813. 
Jas. Manary. Sr., 5 Aug., 1813. 
Sam. McCormick, 7 Aug., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Henry Brinton. 12 April. 1813. 
Hyacin. Lassell, 12 April. 1813 
John Carr, 30 April, 1813. 
James Morrison. 19 Julv 1813 
P. K Bobbins. 19 July, ^1813. 
Wm. Massey. 19 July, 1813. 
Jos. Borough. 1 Aug., 1813. 
David Robinson, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Nathl. Journey, 1 Aug., 1813. 
John Hopkins. 5 Aug., 3813. 
James Flinn, 1 Oct., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Henry Ristine, 12 April. 1813. 
Homer Johnson. 12 April, 1813. 
James Curray, 30 April, 1813. 
Sylvester Pattie, 19 July, 1813. 
James Galloway, 19 July 1813 
Peter Craig. 19 July. 1813. 
Sam. Gilham, 1 Aug.. 1813. 
Arthur Morgan, 1 Aug., 1813. 
And. Bankston, 1 Aug., 1813 
Brat. Crawford. 5 Aug., 1813. 
John Knox, 1 Oct., 1813. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1813. 



3rd Lieutenants. 
David Hillis, 12 April, 1813. 
John Hadden, Jr., 12 April, 1813. 
W. P. Meredith, 30 April. 1813. 
Win. McHenry, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Steph. Rector, 1 Aug., 1813. 
William Boon. 1 Aug., 1813. 
David Steal, 5 Aug., 1813. 
Wm. G. Sems, 1 Oct., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Green B. Fields, 12 April, 1813. 
David L. Gregg, 12 April. 1813. 
John Owens, Jr., 30 April. 1813. 
David Bailey, 19 July, 1813. 
John McNair, 19 July, 1813. 
Drakeford Gray, 19 July, 1813. 
John Journey, 1 Aug.. 1813. 
Aaron Armstrong, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Ebn. F. Seaman, 5 Aug., 1813. 
Wm. Patterson, 1 Oct., 1813. 



UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS. 
From Maine and New Hampshire. 

Colonel. 
Denny McCobb, 23 Dec., 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Aquila Davis, 13 Jan., 1813. 

Captains. 

Elijah Hall, 1 Oct., 1812. 
Benj. Bradford, 18 Nov., 1812. 
Josh Danforth, 20 Nov., 1812. 
Daniel Holden, 15 Dec., 1812. 
Nathan Stanley, 15 Dec., 1812. 
Smith Elkins, 1 Jan., 1813. 
Joseph Flanders, 24 Jan., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Th. B. Sylvester, 1 Nov., 1812. 



Adjutant. 



John Butterfield, 18 Nov., 1812. 
Daniel M. Gregg, 18 Nov., 1812. 
David Doane, 20 Nov., 1812. 
A P. Cochran. 2 Dec., 1812. 
Henry Snow, 15 Dec., 1812. 
Daniel George, 12 Jan., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Benj. White, Jr., 1 Oct.. 1812. 
Joseph Low, 18 Nov., 1812. 
Marshall Baker, 2 Dec., 1812. 
David Denison, 2 Dec., 1812. 
Daniel Patch, 15 Dec., 1812. Quarter- 
master. 

Daniel Page, 15 Dec., 1812. 
Sam. Sylvester, 1 Jan., 1813. 
James Bean, 12 Jan., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

John Neal. Jr., 1 Oct., 1812. 
Wm. Kendall, 16 Nov.. 1812. 
Wm. Reed. 16 Nov., 1812. 
Jonas G. Brooks, 1 Dec.. 1812. 
Joseph Berry. 1 -Tan., 1813. 
Enoch Page, 24 Jan., 1813. 
Parker Chase, 26 March, 1813. 

burgeon's Mates. 
John Trivett, 1 March, 1813. 
James Bates, 12 March, 1813. 



UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS. 

From New York. Second Regiment. 

Colonel. 
Saml. Hawkins, 15 Feb., 1813. 



Lieut. Colonel. 
Gilbert Ketcham, 15 Feb., 1813. 

Major. 
W. S. Tallmadge, 15 Feb., 1813. 

Captains. 

Earn G. Perlee, 5 Nov., 1812. 
J. D. Wadsworth, 5 Nov., 1812. 
Thomas Bruyn, 5 Nov.. ISlli. 
John S. Suffern. 5 Nov., 1812. 
David Crawford. 5 Nov., 1812. 
Johu McCamley. 5 Nov., 1812. 
John Miller, 1 Dec.. 1812. 
Joseph Delafleld, 1 Dec., 1812. 
Gabrl. Y. Denton, 21 Jan., 1813. 
Root Gourlay, Jr., 1 Feb., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Sanford Allyn, 5 Nov., 1812. 
Moses Burnet, 5 Nov., 1812. 
Ricnard Eldred, 5 Nov.. 1812. 
Z. Schoonmaker. 9 Dec., 1812. 
J. A. Rapalje, 21 Dec., 1812. 



Paymaster. 



Job Wright, 21 Dec., 1812. 

Jos. De La Montanya, 1 Jan., 1813. Quar 

termaster. 

R. W. Nelson, 16 Jan., 1813. 
James Darrow, 1 Feb., 1813. 
E. B. Baldwin, 9 Feb., 1813. 
J. L. Bleecker, 10 Feb., 1813. 
Aw. D. Willson, 16 April, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
John Bailey, 5 Nov.. 1812. 
Platt Ketcham, 17 Nov., 1812. Adjutant. 
Jacob Montross, 25 Dec., 1812. 
G. S. Caldwell. 4 Jan., 1813. 
John Peters, 10 Jan., 1813. 
Morris Janson, 11 Jan., 1813. 
Epens. Wheeler, 1 Feb., 1813. 
Geo. S. Allison. 10 Feb.. 1813. 
Jesse Barlow, 16 Feb.. 1813. 
John W T ilson, 16 April, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenant. 
James Archer, 1 July, 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Steph. Rapalje, 14 Nov., 1812. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Josiah Torrey, 30 Dec., 1812. 



UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS. 
From Neio York. Third Regiment. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Alex. Denniston, 1 Feb., 1813. 

Captains. 

Gouvr. S. Bibby, 8 Dec., 1812. 
Christn. Kartell, 28 Dec., 1812. 
Geo. K. McKay. 9 Jan., 1813. 
Chas. Hughes, 16 Jan., 1813. 
Jonan. Gidney, 18 Jan., 1813. 
John Hatfield. 23 Jan., 1813. 
Benjamin Wood. 30 Jan., 1813. 
Ths. Shearwood. 31 Jan., 1813. 
Isaac Little, 1 Feb., 1813. . 

1st Lieutenants. 
Thos. Earle, 20 Aug., 1812. 
Thos. Darling. 31 Dec.. 1812. 
Wm. Perron, 1 Jan.. 1813. 
Edwin Baldwin, 2 Jan., 1813. 
Stephen Baxter, 9 Jan.. 1813. Paymaster 
James Kerr, 25 Jan., 1813. 
Wm. Walsh, 28 Jan., 1813. 
Robert P. Ross, 31 Jan., 1813. 
Ephraim Clark, 1 March, 1813. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF -THE 



101 



2nd Lieutenants. 
Ebenezer Cole, 23 Dec., 1812. 
Peter Holmes, 1 Jan., 1813. 
Allen Reynolds, 20 Jan., 1813. Adjutant. 
Isaac Percy, 25 Jan., 1813. 
Eras. H. Weed, 28 Jan.. 1813. 
Caleb Crane, 30 Jan., 1813. 
Matthew D. Coe, 31 Jan., 1813. 
Chas. T. Butler, 1 March, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Wm. Buttre. 1 Feb., 1813. 
Danl. L. Scott, 28 Feb., 1813. 
N. G. Carmer, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Robt. C. Hunter, 31 Jan., 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Elias C. Badeau, 9 Feb., 1813. 



UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS. 
From Richmond, Virginia. 

Captain. 
Richd. Booker, 1 Dec., 1812. 

Is* Lieutenant. 
John W. Ellis, 1 Dec., 1812. 

2nd Lieutenant. 
B. Hazlegrove, 1 Dec., 1812. 

Ensign. 
Robt. Kennedy, 1 Dec., 1812. 



John Allen, 25 Feb., 1813. 
Robt. Layson, 4 March. 1813. 
Benj. F. Salvage, 12 March, 1813. 
master. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Kean Caldwell, 12 Oct., 1812. 
Charles Moore, 1 Dec., 1812. 
Charles Baron, 15 Jan., 1813. 
S. M. Osborn, 8 Feb., 1813. 
N. Lockridge, 5 March, 1813. 
R. C. Anderson, 6 March, 1813. 
Geo. Dougherty, 15 March, 1813. 
Robert Swan, 15 March, 1813. 
James Luckett, 15 March, 1813. 
George H. Gibbs, 15 March, 1813. 
Robt. Burton, 15 March, 1813. 
D. M. Calliham, 15 March, 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Stephen Mays, 28 Feb., 1813. 
Y. R. McDonald, 6 March, 1813. 
Benj. Blanton, 6 March, 1813. 
Benj. Stowell, 6 March, 1813. 
Wm. S. Britt, 12 March, 1813. 
Isaac W. Davis, 15 March, 1813. 
Robert Davis, 23 May, 1813. 
Charles West, 12 Aug., 1813. 
Samuel Guest, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Richard Smith, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Wm. R. Cox, 17 Feb., 1813. 



Quarter- 



UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS. 
From Louisiana. 



UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS. 
From the Mississippi Territory. 

Brigadier General. 
r. L. Claiborne, 1 March, 1813. Command- 
ing the Two following Regiments. 

Colonel. 
Joseph Carson, 30 April, 1813. 

Major. 
Daniel Beasley, 15 Feb., 1813. 

Captains. 
Philip A. Engle, 9 Jan., 1813. 
Archilaus Wells, 15 Jan.. 1813. 
Randal] Jones, 27 Jan., 1813 
William Jack, 28 Jan., 1813. 
Wm. C. Mead, 29 Jan., 1813. 
Benjamin Dent, 31 Jan., 1813. 
Hath. Middleton. 31 Jan.. 1813 
Abm. M. Scott, 31 Jan., 1813. 
James Foster, 31 Jan., 1813. 
D. V. Foelkill, 1 Feb., 1813. 
C. G. Johnson, 1 March, 1813. 
Hans Morrison, 8 March, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
James Baily, 12 Oct.. 1812. 
Richn. Bowman. 18 Dec , 1812 
A. L. Osborn, 15 Jan., 1813 
Wm. Morgan, 15 Jan., 1813. 
J. D. Rodgers, 20 Jan., 1813. 
W R. Deloach, 1 Feb., 1813. Adjutant. 
Theron Kellog, 6 Feb., 1813 
A. Montgomery, 9 Feb., 1813. 
John Camp, 10 Feb., 1813. 
Alex. Calvit, 24 Feb., 1813 



Major. 
Wm. Henry, 30 April, 1813. 

Captains. 

P. A. Rivery, 20 Nov., 1812. 
John Mowry, 24 Nov., 1812. 
A. Perychaud, 16 Dec., 1812. 
E. de Mirepoix, 19 Dec., 1812. 
Ferd. Amelung, 28 Dec., 1812. 
L. de Marans, 13 Jan., 1813.. 
Abram. Miller. 

Is* Lieutenants. 
Hugh Davis, 22 Oct., 1812. 
George Russel, 25 Nov., 1812. 
Noel G. Dupuy. 27 Nov., 1812. 
Joseph Bige, 28 Dec.. 1812. 
J. P. Thebault, 28 Dec., 1812. 
Francis Hewit, 25 Jan., 1813. 
Benj. Bridges, 15 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
D. Hutchings, 5 Dec., 1812. 
Adrian F. Duval, 9 Jan., 1813 
John Koen, 15 Aug., 1813. 
James M' Arthur, 15 Aug., 1813. 
John Files, 15 Aug., 1813. 
W. R. Chambles. 15 Aug., 1813. 
T. C. Vaughn, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Curtis Lewis, 5 Dec., 1812 
Patk. M'Clasky. 6 Feb., 1813. 
Robert Steele, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Lewis W. Brant, 15 Aug., 1813. 
John Booth, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Peter Lambert, 26 Dec., 1812. 



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SEA FENCIBLES. 

Captains. 

Thos. M. Newell, 1 Aug., 1813. 
John Nicholson, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Lemuel Morris, 4 Aug., 1813. 
John Du Bose, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Fredk. Brooks, 7 Aug., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Abraham Nicols, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Jas. J. Cumming, 1 Aug., 1813. 



John J. Couturier, 4 Aug.. 1813. 
Richd. Baynor, 7 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Ferd. A. O'Neal. 1 Aug.. 1813. 
William Lytle. 1 Aug., 1813. 
Byrd B. Mitchel, 1 Aug., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Henry B. Jones, 1 Aug., 1813. 
John Hardwick. 4 Aug.. 1S13. 
John Boner, 7 Aug., 1813. 



List of the Officers of the Army 



1814. 



ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR GENERAL'S OFFICE, 
GENERAL ORDERS. Washington, Mai/ 12th, 1814. 

The 1st and 2nd Regiments of Dragoons are consolidated, and will form one Regiment 
of light Troops. 

The 1st, 2nd and 3rd Regiments of Artillery will compose one Corps of Twelve 
Battalions, each Battalion to consist of Four Companies. 

The 17th, 19th, 26th and 27th Regiments of Infantry are also consolidated, and 
will form Two Regiments, to be numbered the 17th and 19th Regiments of Infantry. 

The Officers attached to these Corps and Regiments will be as follows, viz: 



REGIMENT LIGHT DRAGOONS. 

Colonel. 
James Burns, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Jacint Laval, 7 June, 1813. 

Majors. 

James V. Ball, 16 Sept., 1812. 
Thos. A. Helms, 7 June, 1813. 

Captains. 

Arthur P. Hayne, 10 Nov., 1809. 
Alex. Cummings, 1 Nov., 1811. 
Sam. G. Hopkins, 6 July. 1812. 
Henry Hall, 6 July. 1812. 
Saml. D. Harris, 6 July. 1812. 
John A. Burd, 6 July. 1812. 
W. M. Littlejohn, 1 Dec.. 1812. 
George Haig, 20 Jan., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Henry Whiting, 20 Aug.. 1811. 
George Birch, 1 Nov., 1811. 
Chas. J. Nourse, 7 May, 1812. 
Beverlv Turpin. 6 July. 1812. 
A. H. Sneed, 6 July. 1812. 
F. S. Belton, 20 Jan., 1813. 
Win. Nielson, 7 June, 1813. 
Louis Laval, 28 July, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
R. H. Craig. 18 March. 1813. 
Isaac Griffiths, 18 March, 1813. 
James Martin, 30 April, 1813. 
F. H. Lissenhoff. 1 Aug.. 1813. 
George Watts, 19 April. 1814. 
James Trippe. 19 April. 1814. 
H. A. Hays. 19 April. 1814. 
C. Wright, 19 April, 1814. 



3rd Lieutenants. 
Hugh Sterling, 29 April, 1813. 
John Hoomes. 20 May, 1813. 
J. L. Elbert, 20 June, 1813. 
L. P. Gustine, 29 July, 1813. 
T. S. Bracken, 19 April, 1814. 
R. Northington, 19 April. 1814. 
Thos. Hogan, 19 April. 1814. 
Philip Anspach, 19 April, 1814. 

Comet*. 

Claiborn Cain, 1 Oct., 1813. 
Wm. Johnson. 11 Oct., 1813. 
Wm. Gale. 11 Oct.. 1813. 
Th. Robinson. 11 March. 1814. 
S. H. Cummings. 11 March. 1814. 
J. Caldwell. 31 March. 1814. 
Arth Chambers. 11 March. 1814. 
Henry Stone, 11 March, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
W. H. Buckner, 6 July, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

L. M. Bailey. 7 May. 1812. 

S. H. Littlejohn, 3 April, 1813. 



CORPS OF ARTILLERY. 

Lieut. Colonels. 
Cons. Freeman. 1 April. 1802. 
Geo. E. Mitchell. 3 March. 1813. 
James House, 3 March, 1813. 
F. K. linger. 3 March. 1813. 
Wm. Lindsay. 12 March, 1813. 
Wm. McRea, 19 April, 1814. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1814. 



103 



Major*. 

D. M. Forney, 6 July, 1812. 
Samuel Nye, 6 July. 1812. 
Geo. Armistead, 3 March. 1813. 
James B. Many, 5 May, 1813. 
James Ilindman, 26 June, 1813. 
Lloyd Beall, 21 April, 1814. 

Captain.?. 

Sam. T. Dyson, 15 Sept.. 1804. 
C. Wollstonecraft, 15 March, 1805. 
John 15. Walbach. 31 Jan., 1806. 
Moses Sweet, 30 June, 1807. 
Win. Wilson, 3 May. 1808. 

E. Humphreys, 9 Jan., 1809. 
Fran. Newman, 1 Oct., 1809. 
James Hanham, 10 July, 1811. 
Mi.-liael Walsh. 31 Oct., 1811. 
James Reed, 12 March. 1812. 

I, B. Crane, 6 July, 1812. 
Roger Jones, 6 July, 1812. 
J. H. Boyle. 6 July. 1812. 
A. S. Brooks, 6 July. 1812. 
Nath. Towson, 6 July, 1812. 
Sam. B. Archer, 6 July. 1812. 
Wm. Nicholas. 6 July, 1812. 
Jas. N. Barker, 6 July, 1812. 
Jacoo B. Ton, 6 July. 1812. 
S. Donoho, 6 July. 1812. 
Th. Biddle. Jr., 6 July, 1812. 
John W. Gookin, 6 July, 1812. 
Joseph Phillips. 6 July. 1812. 
J. T. B. Romayne. 6 July, 1812. 
H. H. Watson, 6 July, 1812. 
Jas. McKeon, 6 July, 1812. 
John Ritchie, 6 July, 1812. 
John Goodall, 6 July, 1812. 
Rufus Mclntire. 6 July. 1812. 
Par. Hawkins. Jr.. 6 July. 1812. 
Danl. dishing, 6 July, 1812. 
Stanton Sholes, 6 July, 1812. 
G. W. Russell. 6 July, 1812. 
Fred. Evans, 6 July, 1812. 
Th. Murray, 10 Feb., 1813. 
Wm. Gates, 3 March. 3813. 
A. J. Williams, 12 March, 1813. 

A. C. W. Fanning, 13 March. 1813. 
J. M. O'Connor, 13 March, 1813. 
G. H. Richards, 13 March. 1813. 

J. F. Heileman, 5 May, 1813. 
Hopley Yeaton, 20 May, 1813. 
Thos. Bennett. 20 June, 1813. 
8. Churchill, 15 Aug.. 1813. 

B. K. Pierce, 1 Oct., 1813. 
James Green, Jr., 29 Oct.. 1813. 
J. S. Peyton, 15 Dec., 1813. 

H. R. Craig, 23 Dec., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Ethan A. Allen. 1 Oct.. 1809. 
A. Darrah, 29 Jan.. 1811. 
M. P. Lomax, 30 June. 1811. 
Justus Post, 1 July, 1811. 
S. Champlain, 31 Oct., 1811. 
Hernan A. Fay, 23 Dec., 1811. 
Milo Mason, 29 Feb., 1812. 

C. Van de Venter, 12 March. 1812. 
J. Fitzgerald. 14 March. 1812. 

J. L. Tracy, 6 July, 1812. 
Adrian Neil, 6 July, 1812. 
John Farley, 6 July, 1812. 
P. McDonogh, 6 July, 1812. 
W. M. Read, 6 July. 1812. 
H. Smyth. 6 July. 1812. 
W. J. Cowan, 6 July. 1812. 
J. Fontaine, 6 July. 1812. 
J. II. Larwill, 6 July. 1812. 
Lowndes Brown, 6 July, 1812. 
L. Scott, 6 July, 1812. 
R. R. Ruffin, 6 July, 1812. 
H. Slaughter, 6 July. 1812. 
J. H. Dearing. 6 July, 1812. 
John Erving, 16 Aug., 1812. 



A. L. Sands, 10 Feb., 1813. 
James Daliba, 3 March. 1813. 
R. A. Zantzinger, 13 March, 1813. 
C. M. Macomb, 13 March. 1813. 
J. H. Rees, 13 March, 1813. 
R. Stewart, 13 March, 1813. 
W. R. Duncan, 13 March, 1813. 
Chester Root, 13 March, 1813. 
Mat. Jenkins. 13 March. 1813. 
J. L. Edwards, 28 March, 1813. 
Gustav. Loomis, 5 May. 1813. 
Ezra Smith. 11 May. 1813. 
Philip D. Spencer, 13 May. 1813. 
R. H. Ashley, 20 May. 1813. 
John Mountfort. 20 May, 1813. 
John S. Brush, 20 June, 1813. 
Fabius Whiting, 20 June, 1813. 
Edwin Sharpe. 26 June, 1813. 
G. Dearborn, 1 Oct., 1813. 
Felix Ansart, 1 Oct.. 1813. 
Wm. King, 1 Oct.. 1813. 
Thos. C. Legate, 29 Oct.. 1813. 
J Warley, 15 Dec., 1813. 
Wm. Smith, 23 Dec.. 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Saml. Spotts, 10 Feb., 1812. 
Wm. Parker, 10 Feb., 1812. 
Levi Whiting. 10 Feb., 1812. 
J. W. Rouse, 27 March, 1812. 
Benj. B. White, 14 April. 1812. 
A. B. Chase, 30 April, 1812. 
James Baker, 1 May, 1812. 
J. P. Bartlett, 6 July, 1812. 
Lewis Morgan, 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. H. Nicoll, 6 July. 1812. 
John Ruffin, 6 July, 1812. 
J. H. Gamble, 6 July, 1812. 
J. W. Kincaid, 6 July, 1812. 
R. Goode. 6 July, 1812. 
Francis O'Byrd. 6 July, 1812. 
J. I. Cromwell, 23 Nov., 1812. 
J. W. Lent, Jr., 12 March, 1813. 
Chas Clarke, 12 March, 1813. 
Thos. Elfe, Jr., 17 March, 1813. 
Thos. Christie, 18 March, 1813. 
Saml. Rockwell. 20 March. 1813. 
James Bosque, 12 April, 1813. 
Thos. Clark, 16 April. 1813. 
C. D. Cooper, 16 April, 1813. 
J. P. Prince, 16 April, 1813. 
G. Doneghey, 16 April, 1813. 
P. J. Neville, 20 April, 1813. . 
A. W. Forbush, 5 May. 1813: 
M. S. Massey, 13 May, 1813. 
F. P. Woolsey, 20 May, 1813. 
Wm. McClintock, 20 June. 1813. 
L. H. Osgood, 20 June, 1813. 
J. P. Bunting, 26 June. 1813. 
J. Anderson, 26 June, 1813. 
Peter Melendy, 29 June, 1813. 
Ben. C. Bartlett. 29 June. 1813. 
Benj. Lawson, 30 Sept., 1813. 
R. M. Kirby, 1 Oct.. 1813. 
Geo. B. Sheldon, 1 Oct.. 1813. 
W. B. Read. 1 Oct., 1813. 
T. B. Chickering, 1 Oct., 1813. 
Edwd. Baynton, 1 Oct.. 1813. 
Daniel Blauey. 1 Oct., 1813. 
William Lyon, 1 Oct., 1813. 
H. M. Campbell. 12 Oct., 1813. 
M. M. Russell, 20 Oct., 1813. 
John Mitchell, 16 Nov.. 1813-. 
H. L. Duffell, 15 Dec., 1813. 
Walter Berryman. 23 Dec., 1813. 
J. Bennett, 24 Dec., 1813. 
W. J. Sever, 31 Dec., 1813. 
E. Hopkins, 31 Dec., 1813. 
James C. Pickett, 19 April. 1814. 
Britton Evans. 19 April, 1814. 
James Bailey, 19 April, 1814. 
T. J. Harrison, 19 April, 1814. 
John Watmaugh. 19 April, 1814. 
W. Kenny, 19 April. 1814 
Chas. Newkirk, 19 April, 1814. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY. 1814. 



Oliver Bangs, 19 April. 1814. 
Nat. Henderson, 19 April. 1814. 
G. W. Gardiner, 1 May, 1814. 

C. S. Merchant, 1 May, 1814. 
Nath. G. Dana. 1 May. 1814. 
John Monroe, 1 May. 1814. 
J. S. Allanson. 1 May, 1814. 
Steph. Birdsall, 1 May, 1814. 
L. G. De Russy, 1 May, 1814. 
Thos. Childs, 1 May, 1814. 
Saml. L. Dana, 1 May, 1814. 
John S. Shoemick. 1 May, 1814. 
S. G. Bloomfleld, 1 May, 1814. 
T. W. Freeman, 1 May, 1814. 
Cassius Carter, 1 May, 1814. 
Thos. V. Earle, 1 May, 1814. 
Jonathan Pell, 1 May, 1814. 
Chas. Mellon, 1 May, 1814. 
Geo. H. Britt, 1 May, 1814. 
James Hall, 1 May, 1814. 

Aug. Aisquith, 1 May, 1814. 
John S. Pierce, 1 May, 1814. 
Elijah Brown, 1 May, 1814. 
Joseph Gilbert, 1 May. 1814. 
E. L. Davis, 1 May, 1814. 
Allen Lowd, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

D. S. Andrews, 19 April. 1814. 
Win. Jones, 20 April, 1814. 
Geo. Watson, 20 April. 1814. 
Nat. Wilkinson, 20 April, 1814. 
D. C. Nicholls, 26 April. 1814. 
Wm. Elgin, 12 May, 1814. 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
John Miller, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
J. B. Campbell, 6 July, 1812. 

Majors. 

George Todd, 6 July. 1812. 
Richd. Graham, 30 March, 1813. 

Captains. 

H. H. Hickman, 6 Julv. 1812. 
David Holt, 6 July, 1812. 
John T. Chunn, 6 July, 1812. 
James Herron, 6 July. 1812. 
Wm. J. Adair, 6 July, 1812. 
John Anderson. 16 March. 1813. 
Caleb H. Holder, 29 March. 1813. 
B. W. Saunders, 16 April, 1813. 
M. L. Hawkins, 16 April, 1813. 
G. W. Jackson, 15 Aug., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
H. Crittenden, 6 July, 1812. 
Stephen Lee, 6 July. 1812. 
James Campbell, 6 July, 1812. 
J. Morrow, 6 July, 1812. 
J. Hackley, Jr., 13 March. 1813. 
A. Garrett, 13 March, 1813. 
T. Mountjoy, 13 March, 1813. 
P. P. Price, 30 March, 1813. 
Jona. Rees, 30 March, 1813. 
Philip King, 15 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Chesteen Scott, 30 March. 1813 
Geo. Atchison, 6 April, 1813. 
A. E. Hoffman, 6 April, 1813. 
Geo. W. Stall, 6 April, 1813. 
Thos. Hawkins. 16 April, 1813 
James Gray, 16 April, 1813. 
Asher Phillips, 20 May, 1813. 
Wm. Baylor, 15 Aug.. 1813. 
T. Buckley, 15 Aug.. 1813. 
J. Anderson, 20 Sept., 1813. 



3rd Lieutenants. 
D. L. Carney, 6 April, 1813. 
John Hamilton. April. 1813. 
G. J. Floyd, 6 April, 1813. 
Reuben Taylor. 12 April. 1813. 
Wm. Eubank, 15 Aug., 1813. 
John Taylor, 20 Sept.. 1813. 
John Cochran. 20 Sept.. 1813. 
George M. Beall. 19 Jan., 1814. 
John Simmons, 7 March. 1814. 
T. R. McKnight, 7 March, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

John Mershon. 18 June. 1813. 
Richd. Doyle, 9 July. 1813. 
Anderson Evans. 1 Aug.. 1813. 
Saml. McGuire, 10 Aug., 1813. 
C. B. Campbell. 24 Oct., 1813. 
Wm. Featherston. 11 March. 1814. 
Rice L. Stewart. 17 March. 1814. 
Wm. Griffith, 2G March, 1814. 
Wm. H. Shang. 30 March. 1814. 
Owen Evans, 20 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
Wm. Turner, 7 April, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
W. S. Madison, 12 Dec.. 1812. 
Clayton Tiffin, 11 March, 1814. 



NINETEENTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel. 
Geo. Paull, 29 June, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
T. B. Van Home, 9 April, 1813. 

Majors. 

W. A. Trimble. 18 March. 1813. 
Th. Rowland, 29 June, 1813. 

Captains. 

Wm. Bradford, 6 July. 1812. 
Rich. Hightower. 6 July. 1812. 
Hugh Moore, 6 Julv, 1812. 
Geo Kisling, 20 May. 1813. 
Hen. Northup, 20 May. 1813. 
Joel Collins. 20 May. 1813. 
Alex. Hill. 20 May. 1813. 
Wiliiam Gill. 20 May. 1813. 
R. C. Talbott, 20 May, 1813. 
I. Van Horn, Jr., 20 May, 1813. 

Isf Lieutenants. 
A. P. Pinney, 20 Mav, 1813. 
W. Baird. 20 May. 1813. 
George Will, 20 May, 1813. 
Saml. Shannon, 20 May, 1813. 
C. A. Trimble. 20 May, 1813. 
W. Warner. 20 May. 1813. 
Oh. A. Norton. 20 May. 1813. 
X. Gregory. 20 Maj. 1813. 
W. Mc-Dcnald. 20 May. 1813. 
C. I. Cass, 20 May, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
James Blair. 20 May. 1813. 
Jacob C. Leslie, 20 May, 1813. 
Robt. Stockton, 20 May, 1813. 
Saml. Coleman. 20 May. 1813. 
J. Cm roil. 20 May, 1813. 
Collin McCloud, 20 May. 1813. 
T. C. Shields. 20 May/ 181 3. 
Geo S. Bryan. 1 June. 1813. 
Q. F. Atkins, 7 Aug., 1813. 
James Fisk, 10 Aug., 1813. 



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3rd Lieutenants. 

A. Bushnel, 20 May, 1813. 
R. Neville, 20 May, 1813. 
J. Swearingen, 20 May, 1813. 
James Nixon, 20 May, 1813. 
O. Granger, 20 May, 1813. 
JosepU Goode, 20 May, 1813. 
A. Patterson, 20 May, 1813. 
John Hall, 20 May, 1813. 
Joim Elvain, 20 May, 1813. 
J. Booten, 20 May, 1813. 
James Shannon, 20 May, 1813. 
Chas. Cissna, 20 May, 1813. 
Abijah Johns, 20 May, 1813. 



John H. Simons, 20 May, 1813. 
N. L. Reeves, 20 May, 1813. 
Robert Young, 20 May, 1813. 
John Patterson, 20 Mav, 1813. 
Robert Smith. 20 May, 1813. 
N. ii. Fadden, 20 May, 1813. 
Thos. Riddle, 20 May, 1813. 

Surgeon. 
John Hamm, 16 April, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
P. Spench, Jr., 26 April, 1813. 
E. B. Jackson, 26 April, 1813. 



ORGANIZATION OF THE ARMY 






1814. 



Ensigns Benjamin S. Rue, Elisha Walker, Benjamin Davis, Thomas B. Young, William 
S. Wills, and William Nelson, appointed in the 17th Regiment, are transferred to the 24th 
Regiment of Infantry, and will report to Col. W. P. Anderson, at Nashville, Tennessee. 

Ensigns Granville N. Love and Richard Mitchell, oppointed in the 17th Regiment, 
and Ensigns James Findlay, Peter Bryan, Philip S. Richardson and Biram Williams, ap- 
pointed in the 19th Regiment, are transferred to the 28th Regiment of Infantry, and will 
report to Col. Thomas Deye Owings, at Olimpian Springs, Kentucky. 

All the Officers of the 1st and 2nd Regiments of Light Dragoons, 1st, 2nd and 3rd 
Regiments of Artillery, 17th, 19th, 26th and 27th Regiments of Infantry, whose names, 
are not retained in the foregoing order of consolidation, or transferred to other Regi- 
ments, or whose resignation have not been accepted previously to the date of this order, 
will consider themselves disbanded from and after the first day of June next, from which 
date they will be entitled to receive three months' pay according to law, in such case 
made and provided. 

The 47th Regiment, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Dennison, is num- 
bered the 27th Regiment of Infantry; the 48th Regiment, commanded by Colonel Isaac 
Clark, is numbered the 26th Regiment of Infantry. 

By order of the Secretary of War: 

(Signed,) J. B. WALBACH, Adjutant General. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 

Major Generals. 

Henry Dearborn, 27 Jan., 1812. 1st dist. 
Thomas Pinckney, 27 March, 1812. 6th 

dist. Charleston. 
James Wilkinson, 2 March, 1813. 
Morgan Lewis, 2 March, 1813. 3rd dist. 
George Izard, 24 Jan., 1814. 9th dist. 1st 

Division. 
Jacob Brown, 24 Jan., 1814. 9th dist. 2nd 

Division. 
Andrew Jackson, 1 May, 1814. 7th dist. 

New Orleans. 

Brigadier Generals. 
Joseph Bloomfield, 27 March, 1812. 4th 

dist. Philadelphia. 
James Winchester, 27 March, 1812. 
Thomas Flournoy, 18 June, 1812. 6th dist. 
Thos. H. dishing, 2 July, 1812. 2nd dist. 

New London. 

Joho Chandler, 8 July, 1812. 
John P. Boyd, 26 Aug., 1812. 7th dist. 

New Orleans. 
Wm. H. Winder, 12 March, 1813. 9th dist. 

Chief Staff, N. Army. 
Duncan M'Arthur, 12 March, 1813. 8th 

dist. 
Benjamin Howard, 12 March, 1813. 8th 

dist. St. Louis. 
Alexander Macomb, 24 Jan., 1814. 9th dist. 

1st Division. 



Thos. A. Smith, 24 Jan., 1814. 9th dist. 

1st Division. 
Daniel Bissell, 9 March, 1814. 9th dist. 

1st Division. 
Edmond P. Gaines, 9 March, 1814. 9th dist. 

2nd Division. 
Winfleld Scott, 9 March, 1814. 9th dist. 

2ud Division. 
Elea. W. Ripley, 15 April, 1814. 9th dist. 

2nd Division. 

Brigadier Generals Ity Brevet. 
Henry Burbeck, 10 July, 1812. 9th dist. 

Green Bush. 
Moses Porter, 10 Sept., 1813. 5th dist. 

Com. Art., Norfolk. 
Joseph G. Swift, 19 Feb., 1814. Chief of 

Corps of Engineers. 



QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT. 
Quartermaster Generals. 

Colonels. 
William Linnard, 12 April, 1813. 4th dist. 

Philadelphia. 
Elisha Jenkins, 22 April, 1813. 9th dist. 

Albany. 

James Thomas, 28 April. 1813. 
William Swan, 7 Aug.. 1813. 5th dist. Nor- 
folk. 

Jas. S. Swearingen, 21 March, 1814. 8tb 
dist. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1814. 



Deputy Quartermaster Generals. 

Majors. 
Samuel Champlain, 18 March, 1813. 6th 

dist. Charleston. 
C. Van de Venter. 26 March, 1813. 
Samuel Brown, 26 March. 1813. 9th dist. 
Taylor Berry, 31 March, 1813. 8th dist. 

Theos. \V. Smith, 2 April, 1813. 3rd dist. 
Paul Bentalou, 29 June, 1813. 5th dist. 

Benjamin Romaine, 28 Feb., 1814. 3rd dist. 

Now York. 
Abraham Edwards, 15 March, 1814. 4th 

dist. Pittsburg. 

John Bleeker. 17 March. 1814. 9th dist. 
James Rees, 25 April. 1814. 9th dist. 
Augustus Porter, 18 May. 1814. 9th dist. 
Abram B. Fannin, 23 May, 1814. 6th dist. 

Savannah. 
John Jammison, 28 May, 1814. 7th dist. 

New Orleans. 

Assistant Deputy Quartermaster Generals. 

Captains. 
William A. Barren, 2 April, 1813. 3rd dist. 

New York. 

Gustavus Loomis. 19 April, 1813. 9th dist. 
Ezra Smith, 19 April, 1813. 9th dist. 
William Chrystie, 19 April, 1813. 8th dist. 

St. Louis. 
Jonathan Allen, 20 April, 1813. 1st dist. 

Pittsfield. 
John T. Wirt, 25 April, 1813. 7th dist. 

Mobile. 
James W. Bryson, 25 April, 1813. 8th dist. 

Newport. 

John Bliss. 28 April, 1813. 9th dist. 
Joseph Wheaton, 28 April. 1813. 5th dist. 
John C. Payne, 19 May. 1813. 8th dist. 
Benjamin Gardner, 19 May, 1813. 
John G. Camp. 20 May, 1813. 9th dist. 

Promoted to Department. 
Abr. Ten Eyck, 20 May, 1813. 9th dist. 
John B. Hogan. 1 June, 1813. 9th dist. 

Promoted to Department. 
James M'Claskey, 24 June. 1813. 
Ferd. Marsteller, 17 June, 1813. 5th dist. 

Washington. 

Thomas Campbell, 29 June. 1813. 9th dist. 
Peter Lequeux, 31 Aug.. 1813. 6th dist. 
William Cox, 31 Aug.. 1813. 6th dist. 
Joseph B. Paine, 31 Aug.. 1813. 6th dist. 
James Ward. 31 Aug., 1813. 6th dist. 
Thos. P. Townsley, 11 Jan., 1814. 6th 

dist. 

Charles Smith. 11 Jan., 1814. 6th dist. 
Josiah Dillon, 3 March, 1814. 6th dist. 
John A. Rodgers, 21 March, 1814. 6th dist. 
Thomas Porter, 24 March, 1814. 4th dist. 

Carlisle. 

Caleb Benjamin. 28 May. 1814. 9th dist. 
B. S. Ogden, 5 June, 1814. 4th dist. 



TOPOGRAPHICAL DEPARTMENT. 
Topographical Engineers. 

Majors. 

John Anderson, 12 April. 1813. 4th dist. 
Paul H. Perrault, 12 April. 1813. 5th dist. 

Norfolk. 

Isaac Roberdeau, 29 April, 1813. 4th dist. 
J. C. Warren, 30 March, 1814. 6th dist. 

Assistant Topographical Engineers. 

Captains. 

Thomas Clark, 1 April, 1813. 4th dist. 
James Kearney, 12 April. 1813. War Office. 
Daniel Rose, 20 July, 1813. 9th dist. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 
Adjutant Generals. 

Colonels. 
William Duane, 18 March, 1813. 4th dist. 

Philadelphia. 
Francis K. Huger, 6 April, 1813 6th dist. 

Charleston. 
Peter P. Schuyler, 28 April, 1813. 1st dist. 

Boston. 

John B. Walbach, 6 Aug., 1813. 
James Bankhead, 9 Sept., 1813. 5th dist. 

Norfolk. 
William Gumming, 16 Feb., 1814. 9th dist. 

1st Division. 
Robert Butler, 5 March, 1814. 8th dist. 

Detroit. 
Charles K. Gardner, 12 April, 1814. 9th 

dist. 2nd Division. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

Majors. 
Thomas Chrystie, 18 March, 1813. 3rd dist. 

New York. 
Ebenezer Beebee, 2 April, 1813. 9th dist. 

1st Division. 

John Erving, Jr.. 6 April. 1813. 6th dist. 
Cary Nicholas. 25 April. 1813. 7th dist. 
Roger Jones, 3 Aug., 1813. 9th dist. 2nd 

Division. 
Robert G. Hite, 6 Aug., 1813. 9th dist. 

1st Division. 
Mann P. Lomax, 3 March, 1814. 9th dist. 

1st Division. 
James N. Barker, 8 April, 1814. 4th dist. 

Philadelphia. 



INSPECTOR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 
Inspector Generals. 

Colonels. 
Nicholas Gray, 18 March, 1813. 3rd dist. 

New York. 
William R. Boote, 6 April, 1813. 6th dist. 

Charleston. 
Jacob Kingsbury, 28 April, 1813. 2nd dist. 

New London. 
Ninian Pinkney, 1 Dec., 1813. 9th dist. 

1st Division. 
Josiah Snelling, 12 April, 1814. 9th dist. 

2nd Division. 
Arthur P. Hayne, 12 April, 1814. 7th dist. 

New Orleans. 

Assistant Inspector Generals. 

Majors. 
Robert Sterry, 10 May, 1813. 4th dist. 

Philadelphia. 

John R. Bell, 29 July. 1813. War Office. 
Daniel Hughes, 7 Aug., 1813. 7th dist. 

New Orleans. 
Sylvester Churchill, 29 Aug., 1813. 9th dist. 

1st Division. 
George P. Peters, 29 Aug., 1813. 1st dist. 

Boston. 
Azor Orne, 1 Sept., 1813. 9th dist. 2nd 

Division. 

Charles S. Todd. 1 Nov., 1813. 8th dist. 
James Saunders, 2 Feb., 1814. 5th dist. 

Norfolk. 

M. C. Waage, 16 March. 1814. 6th dist. 
Nathaniel N. Hall, 25 April, 1814. 9th dist. 

2nd Division. 
H. G. Armstrong. 1 June, 1814. 9th dist. 

Sackett's Harbor. 



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ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. 
Commissary General. 



Decius Wadsworth, 2 July, 1812. War 
Office. 

Assistant Commissary General. 

Major. 

George Bomford, 18 June, 1812. 9th dist. 
Albany. 

Deputy Commissaries. 

Captains. 

John Morton, 11 Sept., 1812. Washington. 
Abrm. R. Woolley, 4 Dec., 1812. 4th dist. 

Pittsburg. 
John II. Margart, 31 Dec., 1812. 6th dist. 

Charleston. 
James Daliba, 5 Aug., 1813. 9th dist. 2nd 

Division. 
Thos L. Campbell, 5 Aug., 1813. 9th dist. 

Albany. 

Edwin Tyler, 5 Aug., 1813. 5th dist. 
R. D. Richardson, 5 Aug., 1813. 8th dist. 
George Talcott, Jr., 5 Aug., 1813. 3rd dist. 

New York. 

Assistant Deputy Commissaries. 

Lieutenants. 
JEneas M'Kay, 12 March, 1813. 3rd dist. 

New York. 
William Wade, 12 March, 1813. 4th dist. 

Pittsburg. 
Rufus L. Baker, 12 March, 1813. 9th dist. 

Albany. 
William C. Lyman, 19 April, 1813. 4th 

dist. Pittsburg. 
George Larned, 19 April, 1813. 9th dist. 

Rome. 
Nehemiah Baden, 6 Aug., 1813. 5th dist. 

Washington. 

Daniel Brucknor, 6 Aug., 1813. 6th dist. 
Christopher Reiser, 6 Aug., 1813. 6th dist. 

Charleston. 

Thos. L. Hawkins, 6 Aug.. 1813. 
James Baker, 6 Aug., 1813. 9th dist. Al- 
bany. 

Conductor Artillery. 
John H. Peters, 14 April, 1813. 



JUDGE ADVOCATES. 

E. A. Bancker, Esq., 18 March, 1813. 3rd 

dist. 
Philip S. Parker, Esq., 2 April, 1813. 9th 

dist. 

John S. Wills, Esq., 7 May. 1813. 8th dist. 
J. T. Dent, Esq., 19 July, 1813. 6th dist. 
Steph. Lush, Jr., Esq., 5 Oct., 1813. 9th 

dist. 



HOSPITAL DEPARTMENT. 

Physician and Surgeon General. 
James Tilton, 11 June, 1813. 9th dist. 

Apothecary General. 

Francis Le Baron, 11 June, 1813. 9th dist. 
Albany. 



Hospital Surgeons. 
James Mann, 9 April, 1812. 9th dist. 

Plattsburg. 
David C. Kerr, 30 April, 1812. 7th dist. 

New Orleans. 
Samuel Akerly, 6 July, 1812. 3rd dist. 

New York. 
W. V. Wheaton, 28 March, 1813. 9th dist. 

2nd Division. 
Samuel Shaw, 6 April, 1813. 9th dist. 

Green Bush. 
Hosea Blood, 5 May, 1813. 9th dist. Sack- 

ett's Harbor. 

William M'Caw, 20 May, 1813. 6th dist. 
George D. Proctor, 11 June, 1813. 6th dist. 

B. Waterhouse, 29 June, 1813. 1st dist. 
Boston. 

Thomas Akin, 29 June, 1813. 6th dist. 
John R. Martin, 2 July, 1813. 9th dist. 

2nd Division. 
E. W. Bull, 9 Aug., 1813. 9th dist. 2nd 

Division. 
William Thomas, 18 Feb., 1814. 9th dist. 

Sackett's Harbor. 
Henry Huntt, 17 March, 1814. 9th dist. 

Burlington. 
Adam Hays, 30 March, 1814. 8th dist. 2nd 

Division. 
Tobias Watkins, 30 March, 1814.' 5th dist. 

Norfolk, Va. 
J. C. Bronaugh, 15 March, 1814. 9th dist. 

1st Division. 

Hospital Surgeon's Mates. 
James Stephenson, 27 May. 1812. 7th dist. 
Stephen Sutton, 27 May, 1812. 7th dist. 
Samuel Schofield, 15 Sept., 1812. 9th dist. 
David March, 1 March, 1813. 9th dist. 

Sackett's Harbor. 

John H. Sackett, 22 March, 1813. 3rd dist. 
J. B. Whitredge, 30 March, 1813. 9th dist. 
Edward Purcell, 2 May, 1813. 4th dist. 

Port Mifflin. 

Wm. W. Hazard, 14 May, 1813. 9th dist. 
Joseph L. Stephens, 29 June, 1813. 6th 

dist. 

Thomas C. W T alker, 2 July. 1813. 9th dist. 
William Jones, 2 July, 1813. Washington 

City. 

William E. Homer, 2 July. 1813. 9th dist. 
Joseph Wallace, 15 July. 1813. 9th dist. 
E. Aspinwall, 15 July, 1813. 9th dist. 
Abraham Vanhoy, 15 July, ,1813. 9th dist. 
Gustavus Baylies, 20 Oct., 1813. 9th dist. 

Sackett's Harbor. 
William Stewart, 30 March, 1814. 5th dist. 

Baltimore. 
William Marshall, 30 March, 1814. 5th dist. 

Norfolk. 
Joseph Eaton, 15 April, 1814. 1st dist. 

Salem. 

C. Gignilliat, 15 April, 1814. 6th dist. 
Hampton. 

Alfred Porter, 15 April, 1814. 4th dist. 

Carlisle. 
Elisha C. Downes, 15 April, 1814. 9th dist. 

Niagara. 
Edward Brux, 15 April, 1814. 9th dist. 

Niagara. 
Samuel Pennington, 13 May, 1814. 9th dist. 

Niagara. 

Lewis M. Baily. 13 May, 1814. 5th dist. 
David M. Wharry, 13 May, 1814. 
Robert Archer, 13 May, 1814. 5th dist. 

Norfolk. 
John O'Conner, 13 May, 1814. 5th dist. 

Fort Washington. 

Josiah L. Ford, 21 May, 1814. 9th dist. 
Hugh F. Rose, 21 May, 1814. 9th dist. 

Garrison Surgeon's. 

Oliver H. Spencer, 9 July, 1804. 7th dist. 
New Orleans. 

Foster Swift, 18 Feb., 1814. 2nd dist. New- 
port, R. I. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1814. 



Garrison Surgeon's Mates. 
Joseph West, 10 June, 1802. 9th dist. Nl- 

John*!*' Heileman, 2 June, 1802. 4th dist. 

Fort Mifflin. 
George W. Maupin, 5 Nov., 1802. 5th dist. 

Fort Nelson. 
Joseph Goodhue, 8 Feb., 1803. 1st dist. 

Fort Constitution. 
Abraham Stewart, 6 March, 1806. 8th dist. 

St. Louis, M. T. 
James H. Sargent, 6 March, 1806. 1st dist. 

Ft. Independence. 
Charles Slocum, 25 March, 1807. 7th dist. 

Natchitoches. 
Lemuel B. Clark, 4 Jan., 1808. 5th dist. 

Norfolk. 
Wm. T. Davidson, 13 June, 1808. 7th dist. 

Fort Stoddard. 

C. Cunningham, 15 Oct., 1810. 2nd dist. 
Jonathan S. Cool, 8. Feb., 1811. 8th dist. 

Fort Osage. 
William Ballard, 24 March, 1812. 1st dist. 

Boston. 
Alexander Wolcott, 25 March, 1812. 3rd 

dist. New York. 
Anthony Benezet, 25 March, 1813. 8th dist. 

Fort Wayne. 
William Turner, 29 Sept., 1812. 2nd dist. 

New London. 

David Neilson, 3 Dec., 1812. 9th dist. 
Charles Taylor, 3 April. 1813. 9th dist. 
Sam. Merriweather, 1 Aug., 1813. 8th dist. 

St. Louis. 
William M. Scott, 2 April, 1814. 8th dist. 

Detroit. 

Elias C. Badeau, 8 April. 1814. 3rd dist. 
John Trevett, 8 April, 1814. 
P. Macauley, 8 April, 1814. 4th dist. 
Solomon W r olcott, 8 April, 1814. 6th dist. 
Arnold Elzy, 15 April, 1814. 5th dist. 

Washington City. 



CHAPLAINS. 

David Jones, 2 April, 1812. 9th dist. 
Peter J. Van Pelt, 2 April. 1813. 3rd dist. 
James I. Wilmer. 20 May. 1813. 8th dist. 
Robert Elliott, 20 May, 1813. 9th dist. 
Aaron J. Booge, 16 June, 1813. 9th dist. 
Stephen Lindsley. 29 July, 1813. Sth dist. 
Thomas Hersey, 20 Aug., 1813. Sth dist. 



MILITARY ACADEMY. 

Senior Officer of Engineers, Superintendent. 

Jared Mansfield. Professor Natural and Ex- 
perimental Philosophy. 

Andrew Ellicott. Professor of Mathematics. 

Alden Partridge, Professor Art of Engi- 
neering. 

F. De Masson, Teacher French Language. 

C. E. Zoeller, Teacher of Drawing. 

Samuel Walsh, Burgeon, 9 Aug., 1813. 3rd 
dist. 

Adam Empie, Chaplain and Professor of 
Ethics. 



PURCHASING DEPARTMENT. 

Commissary General. 
C. Irvine, Esq. Philadelphia. 

Deputy Commissaries. 
John M'Kenny. Sth dist. Washington. 
John H. Plummer, 9th dist. Albany. 
John Langdon. 1st dist. Portsmouth. 
Amasa Stetson. 1st dist. Boston. 
Elisha Tracy. 2nd dist. Norwich. 



Samuel Russell. 3rd dist. New York. 
James Calhoun, Jr. Sth dist. Baltimore. 
Robert C. Jennings. Sth dist. Norfolk. 
Peter Revery. 7th dist. New Orleans. 
William B. Foster. 4th dist. Pittsburg. 

Assistant Commissaries. 

Matthew Irwin. 9th dist. Champlain, 
N. Y. 

Robert Irvine. Sth dist. Detroit. 

James E. Herron. 9th dist. Sackett's Har- 
bor. 

Joseph W. Pinder. 

Maurice Prevost. 

Robinson R. Moore. 9th dist. 



Military Storekeepers. 
John M. Taylor. 4th dist. Philadelphia. 
Samuel Devins. 1st dist. Charleston. 
Bloodgood. 9th dist. Albany. 
Jonn Fellows. 3rd dist. New York. 
Jonathan Snowden. 3rd dist. West Point. 
H. P. Deering. 3rd dist. Sagg Harbor. 
D. Kirkpatrick. 4th dist. Newcastle. 
William C. Bennett. 4th dist. Wilming- 
ton. 

Thomas Martin. Sth dist. Newport. 
Robert Wilson. 6th dist. Charleston. 
Morgan Tompkin. Sth dist. Richmond. 
G. L'Hommedieu. 2nd dist. Norwich. 
Edwin Starkie. Sth dist. Norfolk. 
John Rice. 1st dist. Portsmouth. 
John Chaffee. 1st dist. Springfield. 
Samuel Annin. 5th dist. Harper's Ferry. 
Thomas B. Rutter. Sth dist. Baltimore. 



PAY DEPARTMENT. 

Paymaster of the Army. 
Robert Brent, Esq. War Office. 

Deputy Paymaster General. 

Major. 

Washington Lee, 13 April, 1813. Northern 
Army. 

Assistant Deputy Paymaster Generals. 

1st Lieutenants. 
J. H. Rees. 24 Sept., 1813. Frontiers of 

New York. 
Philip D. Spencer, 30 Dec., 1S13. Frontiers 

of New York. 

District Paymasters. 

Nehemiah Freeman, 16 March, 1802. 1st 
dist. Boston. 

Captains. 
Ambrose Whitlock, 13 June, 1805. Sth dist. 

Vincennes. 
Simeon Knight, 24 March, 1808. 7th dist. 

Natchez. 
Alpha Kingsley, 9 Feb., 1810. 7th dist. 

Nashville. 
John T. Pemberton, 4 June, 1812. 7th dist. 

New Orleans. 
Henry Phillips, 12 June, 1812. 4th dist. 

Philadelphia. 
Satterlee Clark, 15 Aug., 1810. Sth dist. 

Washington. 
Walter Sheldon. 4 Aug., 1813. 9th dist. 

Burlington, Vt. 
Jacob W. Albright. 4 Sept., 1813. 4th dist. 

W. Pennsylvania. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1814. 



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Citizens. 
James Taylor, 4 June, 1812. 8th dist. 

Newport. 
Thompson Douglass, 12 June, 1813. 8th 

dist. St. Louis. 
Samuel Turner, 12 June, 1M3. 5th dist. 

Petersburg. 

Joseph Watson, 25 July, 1813. 
Jesse Hunt, 22 Sept., 1812. 8th dist. Cin- 
cinnati.* 
George Merchant, 29 Sept., 1812. 9th dist. 

Albany. 
Samuel Huntington, 3 Oct., 1812. 8th dfst. 

N. W. Army. 
Joseph C. Boyd, 14 Jan., 1813. 1st dist. 

Portland. 
Robert Gardner, 3 Aug., 1813. Quebec, to 

pay Prisoners. 
George L. Perkins, 7 Sept., 1813. 2nd dist. 

New London. 
John B. Cooper, 24 Dec., 1813. Norfolk. 

Assistant District Paymasters. 

Joseph E. Merritt, 19 Nov., 1812. Burling- 
ton, Vt. 

David Clendenin, 19 April, 1814. Poland, 
Ohio. 

James T. Eubank, 27 April, 1814. New- 
port, Ky. 

Joseph H. Wendel, 4 May, 1814. Overton, 
Tenn. 

Jacob Cutter, 14 May, 1814. Portsmouth, 
N. H. 



LINEAL RANK. 

MAJOR GENERALS. 
Henry Dearborn, 27 Jan., 1812. 
Thomas Pinckney, 27 March, 1812. 
James Wilkinson, 2 March, 1813. 
Morgan Lewis, 2 March, 1813. 
George Izard, 24 Jan., 1814. 
Jacob Brown, 24 Jan., 1814. 
Andrew Jackson, 1 May, 1814. 



BRIGADIER GENERALS. 
Joseph Bloomfield, 27 March, 1812. 
James Winchester, 27 March, 1812. 
Thomas Flournoy, 18 June, 1812. 
T. H. Cushing, 2 July, 1812. 
John Chandler, 8 July, 1812. 
John P. Boyd, 26 Aug., 1812. 
W. H. Winder, 12 March, 1813. 
D. M' Arthur, 12 March, 1813. 
Benjamin Howard, 12 March, 1813. 
A. Macomb, 24 Jan., 1814. 
T. A. Smith, 24 Jan., 1814. 

D. Bissell, 9 March, 1814. 

E. P. Gaines, 9 March, 1814. 
W. Scott. 9 March, 1814. 

El. W. Ripley, 15 April, 1814. 



COLONELS. 

3 May, 1808. 
Wm. Russell, 7th Infantry. 

"8 July, 1808. 
Jonas Simonds, 6th Infantry. 

18 August, 1808. 
J. Kingsbury, 1st Infantry. 

12 March, 1812. 

M. Porter, Light Artillery. Brig. Gen. bre- 
vet. 



6 July, 1812. 

Richard Sparks, 2nd Infantry. 
P. P. Schuyler, 13th Infantry. 
Simon Lamed, 9th Infantry. 
James Burn, Light Dragoons. 
Isaac Clark. 26th Infantry. 
Hugh Brady, 22nd Infantry. 
Wm. P. Anderson, 24th Infantry. 
Cromwell Pearce, 16th Infantry. 
Patrick Jack, 8th Infantry. 
John Miller, 17th Infantry. 
James Wellborn, 10th Infantry. 

31 July, 1812. 

Joseph G. Swift, Engineer. Brig. General 
brevet. 

26 August, 1812. 
Robert Purdy, 4th Infantry. 

23 February, 1813. 

D. Dana, 31st Infantry. 

E. Fasset, 30th Infantry. 
J. Lane, 33rd Infantry. 

J. D. Lamed, 34th Infantry. 

3 March, 1813. 
J. Goodwin, 35th Infantry. 

11 March, 1813. 

F. D. Owings, 28th Infantry. 

12 March, 1813. 
David Brearly, 15th Infantry. 
J. A. Coles, 12th Infantry. 

22 March, 1813. 
H. Carberry, 36th Infantry. 

12 April, 1813. 
M. Smith, 29th Infantry. 

6 May, 1813. 
S. E. Fotterall, 32nd Infantry. 

19 May, 1813. 
P. Little, 38th Infantry. 

18 June, 1813. 
J. Williams, 39th Infantry. 

20 June, 1813. 
Charles G. Boerstler, 14th Infantry. 

29 June, 1813. 

G. Paull, 19th Infantry. 

29 July, 1813. 
R. Bogardus, 41st Infantry. 

31 July, 1813. 
J. Loring, 40th Infantry. 

15 August, 1813. 
H. V. Milton, 3rd Infantry. 
James P. Preston, 23rd Infantry. 

1 August, 1813. 
G. T. Ross, 44th Infantry. 

4 August, 1813. 
N. Long, 43rd Infantry. 
W. N. Irvine, 42nd Infantry. 

24 January, 1814. 
G. W. Sevier, 1st Rifle. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1814. 



21 February, 1814. 

A. Butler, 2nd Rifle. 
W. King. 3rd Rifle. 
J. Gibson. 4th Rifle. 

9 March, 1814. 

C. C. Russell, 20th Infantry. 
J. Miller, 24th Infantry. 

13 March, 1814. 
J. Bowyer, 25th Infantry. 

26 March, 1814. 

D. M'Cobb, 45th Infantry. 

9 April, 1814. 
J. B. Campbell, llth Infantry. 

15 April, 1814. 
G. M'Feely, 5th Infantry. 
H. Atkinson, 37th Infantry. 

19 April, 1814. 
R. Dennis, 18th Infantry. 



LIEUTENANT COLONELS. 

1 April. 1802. 
Con. Freeman, Artillery. Colonel brevet. 

12 December, 1811. 
John R. Fenwick, Light Artillery. 

6 July, 1812. 

Benaja White, 18th Infantry. 
Jonas Cutting. 25th Infantry. 
Moody Bedel, llth Infantry. 
Andrew Pickens, 43rd Infantry. 

31 July, 1812. 
W. K. Armistead, Chief of Engineers. 

15 August, 1812. 
Robert C. Nicholas, 1st Infantry. 

23 February, 1813. 
M. Norton, 30th Infantry. 
Huckens Storrs, 31st Infantry. 

E. Smith, 34th Infantry. 

3 March, 1813. 
Geo. E. Mitchell, Artillery. 
James R. Mullany. 22nd Infantry. 
James House, Artillery. 

F. K. Huger, Artillery. 
Robert Pegram, 35th Infantry. 

11 March, 1813. 
Aaron Benjamin, 37th Infantry. 

12 March, 1813. 

Samuel S. Conner, 13th Infantry. 
Timothy Upham, 21st Infantry. 
Thos. Aspinwall. 9th Infantry. 
Joseph L. Smith. 24th Infantry. 
William Lindsay, Artillery. 

25 March. 1813. 
W. Scott, 36th Infantry. 

9 April, 1813. 
T. B. Van Horn, 19th Infantry. 

12 April, 1813. 
Gil. Young, 29th Infantry. 



13 April. 1813. 
Thornton Posey, 7th Infantry. 

6 May, 1813. 
S. B. Davis, 32nd Infantry. 

19 May, 1813. 
Wm. Stewart, 38th Infantry. 

7 June, 1813. 
Jaoint Laval, Light Dragoons. 

18 June, 1813. 
T. H. Benton, 39th Infantry. 

19 July, 1813. 
J. Breck, 40th Infantry. 

29 July, 1813. 
J. W. Livingston, 41st Infantry. 

I August, 1813. 
J. G. Forbes, 42nd Infantry. 

4 August, 1813. 
Dun. L. Clinch, 10th Infantry. 

15 August, 1813. 
George Gibson. 5th Infantry. 
Robert Carr, 15th Infantry. 
Lawrence Manning, 8th Infantry. 

14 November, 1813. 
Eph. L. Whitlock, 14th Infantry. 

13 December, 1813. 
W. R. Boote, 2nd Infantry. 

24 January, 1814. 
James M'Donald, 1st Rifle. 

31 January, 1814. 
John Campbell, 28th Infantry. 

21 February, 1814. 
Jno. T. Woodford, 20th Infantry. 
Wm. S. Hamilton. 3rd Rifle. 
G. Croghan, 2nd Rifle. 
J. Snelling. 4th Rifle. 
A. Davis, 45th Infantry. 

9 March, 1814. 

Matthew Arbuckle. 3rd Infantry. 
Eli B. Clemson, 16th Infantry. 

II March, 1814. 
R. Butler, 44th Infantry. 

13 March, 1814. 
George Todd, 17th Infantry. 

15 April, 1814. 

Ninian Pinkney, 22nd Infantry. 
Benjamin Forsyth, 26th Infantry. 
A. Dennison, 27th Infantry. 

15 April, 1814. 
W. S. Talmage, 46th Infantry. 

19 April, 1814. 
W. M'Rea. Artillery. 
William Carson, 6th Infantry. 

1 May, 1814. 
Horatio Stark, 33rd Infantry. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1814. 



Ill 



MAJOHS. 

1800. 
Z. Pike, 1st Infantry. 

1810. 

A. Eustis, Light Artillery. Lieut. Colonel 
brevet. 

1812. 

George Bomford. Engineer. 
Samuel Nye, Artillery. 
Daniel M. Forney, Artillery. 
John V. H. Huyck. 13th Infantry. 
William M'Ree. Engineer. 
J. V. Ball, Light Dragoons. Lieut. Colonel 
brevet. 

1813. 

Stephen Ranney. 4th Infantry. 
Thomas Pitts, Light Artillery. 
D. Lane, 33rd Infantry. 
T. M. Vinsen, 34th Infantry. 
George Armistead, Artillery. 
Washington Lee, 16th Infantry. 
Samue 1 Lane, l4th Infantry. 
John Stanard, 20th Infantry- 
Richard M. Malcom, 13th Infantry. 
Lowis L. Taylor, 20th Infantry. 
Robert C. Nicholas, 12th Infantry. 
Raliih Marlin, 22nd Infantry. 
Orsa C Merrill, llth Infantry. 
A. C. Smith, 35th Infantry. 
R. Lee, 37th Infantry. 
Sorauei Hoadley, 37th Infantry. 
1. Smiley, 28th Infantry. 
W. A. Trimble, 19th Infantry. 
A. J. M'Connico, 35th Infantry. 
William Cumming, 8th Infantry. 
A. Stuart, 36th Infantry. 
Pvichard Graham, 17th Infantry. 
Thomas J. Jesup, 19th Infantry. 
H. Lee, Jr., 36th Infantry. 
H. B. Armstrong, 4th Rifle. 
John E. Wooll, 29th Infantry. 
Asa B. Sizer, 29th Infantry. 
Benjamin Wallace, 5th Infantry. 
James B. Many, Artillery. 
<;. H. Hunter. 32nd Infantry. 
(}. Keyser, 38th Infantry. 
Thomas A. Helms, Light Dragoons. 
Jacob Hindman. Artillery. 
Charles K. Gardner, 25th Infantry. 
Willo. Morgan, 12th Infantry. 
Francis Armstrong, 24th Infantry. 
Joseph Grafton, 21st Infantry. 
Isaac D. Bernard. 14th Infantry. 
Chester Lyman. 9th Infantry. 
T. Rowland, 19th Infantry. 
I*. Putnam. 40th Infantry. 
W. Peacock, 39th Infantry. 
W. Clark. 44th Infantry. 
I. D. Wallace. 41st Infantry. 
I. Campbell. 43rd Infantry. 
H. Piere, 44th Infantry. 
I). Xoon, 41st Infantry. 
T. Riker. 42nd Infantry. 
T. D. King, 43rd Infantry. 
J. Bankhead. 7th Infantry. 
Ang. L. Langham, 10th Infantry. 
Ily. Leavenworth. 9th Infantry. 
Daniel M'Farland. 23rd Infantry. 
Robert Butler, 24th Infantry. 
John M'Neal, Jr.. llth Infantry. 
Robert Gray. 16th Infantry. 
Philip Cook, 8th Infantry. 
T. P. Moore, 18th Infantry. 

13 October, 1813. 
John Nicks, 7th Infantry. 

19 November, 1813. 
H. Grindage, 15th Infantry. 



13 December, 1813. 
Z. Rossell, 15th Infantry. 

I. M'Clelland, 10th Infantry. 
R. Pollard, 21st Infantry. 

14 January, 1814. 
L. Moigan, 1st Rifle. 

S. Owings, 1st -Rifle. 

C. Buckner, 5th Infantry. 

14 February, 1814. 
J. Woodrutf, 3rd Infantry. 

D. Hughes, 2nd Infantry. 

E. Beebe, 6th Infantry. 
W. H. Overton, 3rd Rifle. 
T. Chambers, 4th Rifle. 

I. Selden, 3rd Rifle. 
D. Gwynne, 2nd Rifle. 
W. H. Puthuff, 2nd Rifle. 

9 March, 1814. 
Wm. Piatt, 34th Infantry. 
R. B Brown, 31st Infantry. 
W- Blue, 39th Infantry. 

21 March, 1814. 
J. Machesney, 6th Infantry. 
J. T. Arrowsmith, 22nd Infantry. 

9 April, 1814. 

Richd. Oldham. 17th Infantry. 
W. Buttler, 3rd Infantry. 
H. Brevoort, 45th Infantry. 
D. Baker, 45th Infantry. 

D. Appling, 1st Rifle. 

T. Stockton, 42nd Infantry. 

E. G. Perlee, 46th Infantry. 

I. D. Wadsworth, 27th Infantry. 
I. Delafield, 46th Infantry. 
C. Crolius, 27th Infantry. 
G. Humphreys, 4th Infantry. 
A. H. Holmes, 32nd Infantry. 
W. Lawrence, 2nd Infantry. 
I. S. Doherty, 28th Infantry. 
L. Beall, Artillery. 

14 May, 1814. 
J. Walworth, 33rd Infantry. 
G. M. Brooke. 23rd Infantry. 
R. Whartonby. 40th Infantry. 
R. B. Moore, 18th Infantry. 
E. Cutler. 38th Infantry. 
P. Muhlenburg, 31st Infantry. 



CAPTAINS. 

1797. 
J. Whistler, 1st Infantry. Major brevet. 

1800. 
H. M'Call, 1st Infantry. Major brevet. 

1804. 
Samuel T. Dyson, Artillery. 

1805. 
Charles Wollstonecraft, Artillery. 

1806. 

J. B. Walbach. Artillery. Major brevet and 
Colonel, staff. 

1807. 
Moses Swett, Artillery. 

1808. 

Charles Gratiot. Engineer. 
William Wilson, Artillery. 



112 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1814. 



1809. 

Henry R. Graham, Rifle. 
Abraham A. Massias, Rifle. 
Francis Newman, Artillery. 

1810. 

William Campbell, Light Artillery. 
Robt. H. M'Pherson, Light Al-tillery. Major 

brevet. 

Alden Partridge, Engineer. 
T. Stith. 
Z. Taylor, 7th Infantry. Major brevet. 

1811. 

Jam<!S Denking, 3rd Infantry. 
C. Nicholas. 1st Infantry- Major, staff. 
William M'Clelland. 7th Infantry. 
Jotin N. M'Intosh, Light Artillery. 
Hays G. White. 3rd Infantry. 
Alexander A. White, 7th Infantry. 
Jam^s Hanham. Artillery. 
Samuel Price, Light Artillery. 
Oliver G. Burton, 4th Infantry. 
Alex. M'llhenny, 5th Infantry- 
Michael Walsh, Artillery. 
Alex. Cummings. Light Dragoons. 
Charles Fuller, 4th Infantry. 
James Dorman, 5th Infantry. 

3 January, 1812. 
R. Sterry, 6th Infantry. Major, staff. 

12 March, 1812. 
John Miller, 2nd Infantry. 
James Reed, Artillery. 

1 April, 1812. 
Andrew M'Dowell, Light Artillery. 

4 June, 1812. 
J. E. A. Masters, 6th Infantry. 

1 July, 1812. 
E. D. Wood, Engineer. Major brevet. 

6 July, 1812. 

Reuben Chamberlain, 2nd Infantry. 
Luther Leonard, Light Artillery. 
Joshua Hamilton, 1st Rifle. 
Ichabod B. Crane. Artillery. 
Roger Jones, Artillery. 
James H. Boyle. Artillery. 
Alexander S. Brooks, Artillery. 
Nathan Towson. Artillery. 
Samuel B. Archer, Artillery. 
William Nicholas, Artillery. 
James H. Barker, Artillery. 
Jacob B. Ton, Artillery. 
Sanders Donoho, Artillery. 
Samuel G. Hopkins. Light Dragoons. 
Henry Hall. Light Dragoons. 
Thomas Biddle, Jr., Artillery. 
John W. Gookin. Artillery. 
George Cloud. 10th Infantry. 
Joseph Philips. 2nd Artillery. 
Thomas M. Nelson, 10th Infantry. 
John Sproull, 13th Infantry. 
Josiah H. Vose, 21st Infantry. 
Williaa Bradford. 17th Infantry. 
Peter Mills, '23rd Infantry. 
Samuel D. Harris, Light Dragoons. 
Joan A. Burd. Light Dragoons. 
Turner Crooker, 9th Infantry. 
John G. Blount, 18th Infantry. 
Charles Quiray. 17th Infantry. 
Jas. I. B. Romayne. Artillery. 
George G. Steele, 16th Infantry. 
Hugh R Martin, 13th Infantry. 
David E. Twiggs. 8th Infantry. 
Richard Hightower, 17th Infantry. 
Charle? W. Hunter, 15th Infantry. 
Sampson S. King, 22nd Infantry. 



George Howard, 25th Infantry. 
John W Weeks, llth Infantry. 
George Butler, 18th Infantry. 
Dk. Van Veghten, 23rd Infantry. 
Charles E. Tobey, 21st Infantry. 
Thos. Montgomery, 14th Infantry. 
James Paxton, 12th Infantry. 
Har. H. Hickman, 19th Infantry. 
Hor. H. Watson, Artillery. 
Joseph Treat, 21st Infantry. 
Alexander Gray, 24th Infantry. 
Robert Cunningham, 8th Infantry. 
Philip Brittain, 10th Infantry. 
Mordecai Myers, 13th Infantry. 
John Ritchie, Artillery. 
Hodijah Meade, 20th Infantry. 
Thomas Sangster, 12th Infantry. 
John Goodall, Artillery. 
Jacob Carinack, 22nd Infantry. 
Myndert M. Dox, 13th Infantry. 
William Chisholm, 8th Infantry. 
Charles Proctor, 21st Infantry. 
William S. Jett, Jr., 20th Infantry. 
Wilson Elliott, 19th Infantry. 
James M'Keon, Artillery. 
White Youngs, 15th Infantry. 
William M'llvain. 14th Infantry. 
Rufus M'Intire, Artillery. 
David Holt. 17th Infantry. 
John A. Rodgers. 24th Infantry. 
John Pentland, 22nd Infantry. 
Felix W. Warley, 8th Infantry. 
Robert Mitchell, 10th Infantry. 
William Taylor, 18th Infantry. 
Alexander M'Ewen, 16th Infantry. 
James Herron, 19th Infantry. 
William Jones, 8th Infantry. 
William O. Allen, 24th Infantry. 
John Macrae, Jr., 20th Infantry. 
Philemon Hawkins, Artillery. 
Edward King, 18th Infantry. 
H. H. Van Dalsem, 15th Infantry. 
W. D. Lawrence. 13th Infantry. 
Emanuel I. Leigh, 10th Infantry. 
Jeremiah Chapman, 21st Infantry. 
Daniel Cushing, Artillery. 
James Hunter, 17th Infantry. 
James Charlton, 12th Infantry. 
John Foster, 22nd Infantry. 
James F. M'Elroy, 16th Infantry. 
Robert Desha, 24th Infantry. 
John T. Chunn, 19th Infantry. 
Byrd C. Willis, 20th Infantry. 
Stanton Sholes, Artillery. 
Henry P. Taylor, 18th Infantry. 
William J. Adair, 17th Infantry. 
Mark Harden, 10th Infantry. 
George W. Russell, Artillery. 
Charles Page. 12th Infantry. 
Andrew L. Madison, 12th Infantry. 
Joseph Bryant, 10th Infantry. 
Benj. S. Egerton, llth Infantry. 
Thomas W. Farrar, 8th Infantry. 
Samuel Gordon, llth Infantry. 
Hugh Moore, 19th Infantry. 
Frederick Evans, Artillery. 
Benjamin Ropes, 21st Infantry. 
James H. Campbell, 24th Infantry. 
William M'Queen, 8th Infantry. 
Josiah Woods, 10th Infantry. 
Samuel Bradford, 21st Infantry. 
Joseph Clay. 10th Infantry. 
Asahel Nearing, 19th Infantry. 
Owen Clinton, 18th Infantry. 
James Duncan, 17th infantry. 
Silas Amberson. 22nd Infantry. 
Matthew I. Keith, 8th Infantry. 
Thomas I. Robeson. 18th Infantry. 
Jesse Copeland, 10th Infantry. 
Charles Crawford, 8th Infantry. 
David Scott, 23rd Infantry. 
Henry Fleming, 14th Infantry. 
Ken. M'Kenzie, 14th Infantry. 
Thomas Delano. 23rd Infantry. 
Abraham F. Hull, 9th Infantry. 



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31 July, 1812. 
J. G. Totten, Engineer. Major brevet. 

August, 1812. 

Tbos. A. Patterson, 1st Rifle. 
Benjamin Branch, Light Artillery. 
George W. Melvin, Light Artillery. 
Ambrose Whitlock, 1st Infantry. 

September, 1812. 
Charles Larrabee, 4th Infantry. 
Samuel Babcock, Engineer. 
Ho. G. Armstrong, 23rd Infantry. 
Lizur B. Canfield, 23rd Infantry. 
William Davenport, 16th Infantry. 
Joseph L. Barton, loth Infantry. 

October, 1812. 
Henry Phillips, 6th Infantry. 

November, 1812. 
Thomas Ramsey, 1st Rifle. 

December, 1812. 

W. M. Littlejohn, Light Dragoons. 
William Whistler, 1st Infantry. 

January, 1813. 

Geo. W. Barker, 42nd Infantry. 
John C. Symmes. 1st Infantry. 
Simeon Knight, 1st Infantry. 
Alpha Kingsley, 1st Infantry. 
Hezekiah Johnson, 1st Infantry. 
John T. Pemberton, 2nd Infantry. 
Ebenezer Way, 4th Infantry. 
George Haig, 1st Light Dragoons. 
William Smith, 1st Rifle. 
Arch. W. Thornton, Light Artillery. 

February, 1813. 
Thomas Murray, Artillery. 

March, 1813. 
William Gates, Artillery. 
Alex. A. J. Williams. Artillery. 
John Machesney, 16th Infantry. 
James Hamilton, 18th Infantry. 
David Cummings. 14th Infantry. 
A. C. W. Fanning, Artillery. 
John M. O'Conner, Artillery. 
George H. Richards, Artillery. 
Edmund Foster, 9th Infantry. 
Jeremiah D. Hayden, 15th Infantry. 
William S. Foster, llth Infantry. 
Joseph Kenney, 25th Infantry. 
Sullivan Burbank, 21st Infantry. 
J. Anderson, 19th Infantry. 
Geo. F. Goodman. 32nd Infantry. 
William Smyth, 32nd Infantry. 
Caleb H. Holder, 17th Infantry. 
Thomas Post. 12th Infantry. 
D. C. Butts, 35th Infantry. 
Samuel M'Guire. 35th Infantry. 
M. Taliaferro, 35th Infantry. 
I. Thorp, 35th Infantry. 
Benjamin Hardaway, 35th Infantry. 
Benj. B. Jones, 35th Infantry. 
Francis E. Walker, 35th Infantry. 
W. F. Cocke. 35th Infantry. 
I. F. Preston, 35th Infantry. 

April, 1813. 

Stephen W. Kearney. 13th Infantry. 
Samuel Haring, 13th Infantry. 
William A. Shelton, 20th Infantry. 
Thos. B. Randolph. 20th Infantry 
Isaac L. Baker, 44th Infantry. 
William O. Butler, 44th Infantry. 
.Narcissus Broutin. 7th Infanrry. 
Isaac Roach, Jr.. 23rd Infantry' 
David Espy, 22nd Infantry. 
Israel Ingersoll, Jr., 9th Infantry. 



Thomas M. Reed, 25th Infantvy. 
Miles Greenwood, 16th Infantry. 
Charles Gee, 20th Infantry. 
Bernard Peyton, 20th Infantry. 
Benj. W. Sanders, 17th Infantry. 
John B. Murdoch, 25th Infantry. 
Joseph Henderson, 22nd Infantry. 
Mar. L. Hawkins, 17th Infantry. 
John Baldy, 16th Infantry. 
William S. Henshaw, 5th Infantry. 

D. A. A. Buck, 31st Infantry. 
Benjn. Adams, 33rd Infantry. 
Robert Douglass, 34th Infantry. 
Joseph Hook. 36th Infantry. 

E. Warner, 37th Infantry. 

P. B. Van Beuren. 29th Infantry. 
A. Aikin, 31st Infantry. 
H. C. Neal, 36th Infantry. 
S. Leland, 34th Infantry. 
C. Ripley, 37th Infantry. 
S. Clark, 30th Infantry. 
Benjamin Dunn, 33rd Infantry. 
Benjn. Schuyler, 29th Infantry. 
R. K. Goodenow, 33rd Infantry. 
David Sanford, 30th Infantry. 

C. Ives, 37th Infantry. 

R. R. Kendall, 34th Infantry. 
M. D. Danvers, 29th Infantry. 
Jos. S. Nelson. 36th Infantry. 
R. Stewart, 31st Infantry. 

D. Farrington. 30th Infantry. 

E. Lyndes, 29th Infantry. 
E. Burnap. 31st Infantry. 

C. C. Randolph, 36th Infantry. 
S. B. Northrop, 37th Infantry. 
Isaac Hodston, 33rd Infantry. 
V. Chadwick. 34th Infantry. 
G. Spencer, Jr., 30th Infantry. 
William Sweet, 34th Infantry. 
I. C. Rochester, 29th Infantry. 
R. Sweet. 37th Infantry. 
Thomas Carbery. 36th Infantry. 
J. Merrill, 31st Infantry. 
Charles Lothrop, 33rd Infantry. 
Thomas Dinsrnore. 33rd Infantry. 
S. Danforth, 30th Infantry. 
Samuel Raisin, 36th Infantry. 
J. B. Spencer, 39th Infantry. 
S. Dickinson, 31st Infantry. 
N. T. Ferry. 37th Infantry. 
I. Carter. 34th Infantry. 
S. D. Filden, 37th Infantry. 
I. Curry, 33rd Infantry. 
I. Taylor, 30th Infantry. 
I. C. Adams. 34th Infantry.- 
Joseph I. Merrick. 36th Infantry. 
M. D. Hall, 36th Infantry. 
G. Gaylord, 37th Infantry. 
H. W. Deneale, 36th Infantry. 
Thomas Corcoran, 36th Infantry. 

May, 1813. 

Julius F. Heileman. Artillery. 
William F. Ware, 2nd Infantry. 
David S. Townsend, 9th Infantry. 
Thomas Karney, 14th Infantry. 
Minor Sturgus. 24th Infantry. 
Aaron Sutphen, 15th Infantry. 
Abraham Per Lee. 15th Infantry. 
John K. Paige. 13th Infantry. 
William B. Adams, 13th Infantry. 
George Bender, Jr., 9th Infantry. 
John Bliss, llth Infantry. 
Samuel Booden. 32nd Infantry. 
Thomas Town. 32nd Infantry. 
I. Steel, Jr., 32nd Infantry. 
I. I. Robinson. 32nd Infantry. 
I. B. Smith. 32nd Infantry. 
H. Davis. 32nd Infantry. 
Hopley Yeaton, Artillery. 
John M. Davis, 2nd Infantry. 
Chas. S. Todd. 28th Infantry. 
Henry Northrup, 26th Infantry. 
I. H. Hook, 38th Infantry. 
I. Aldridge, 38th Infantry. 



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I. Swearingen, 19th Infantry. 
George Stockton, 28th Infantry. 
John Rothrock, 38th Infantry. 
W. Gill, 19th Infantry. 
George Kisling, 19th Infantry. 
I. I. Robinson, 32nd Infantry. 
H. C. Gist, 28th Infantry. 
I. Brookes, 38th Infantry. 
I. Collins, 19th Infantry. 
I. Lowry, 28th Infantry. 
I. Buck. 38th Infantry. 
Henry O'Neal. 38th Infantry. 
J. M'Gowen, 28th Infantry. 
I. Van Horne, Jr., 19th Infantry. 
R. C. Talbott, 19th Infantry. 
N. H. Moore, 28th Infantry. 
Chas. Stansbury, 38th Infantry. 
S. C. Leakin, 38th Infantry. 

June, 1813. 

Samuel Maclay, Artillery. 
Simon D. Wattles, 23rd Infantry. 
Azariah W. Odell, 23rd Infantry. 
Henry Dyer, 25th Infantry. 
Thomas Lawrence, 22nd Infantry- 
Leroy Opie, 5th Infantry. 
Willis Foulke. 22nd Infantry. 
Robert G. Hite, 12th Infantry. 
Frank Hampton, 24th Infantry. 
Ephraim F. Gilbert, 23rd Infantry. 
Richard Baen. llth Infantry. 
Morrell Marston, 21st Infantry. 
Reuben Gilder, 14th Infantry. 
Minor Robins, 25th Infantry. 
Val. R. Goodrich, llth Infantry. 
James F. Norris, 9th Infantry. 

July, 1813. 

J. B. Varnum, 40th Infantry. 
Seth W. Nye, 40th Infantry- 
J. Phagan. 39th Infantry. 
William Walker, 39th Infantry. 
Benjamin Reynolds. 39th Infantry. 
J. B. Long, 39th Infantry. 
A. H. Douglass, 39th Infantry. 
Henry Henegar, 39th Infantry. 
John Jones. 39th Infantry. 
James Davis, 39th Infantry. 
Thomas Steuart. 39th Infantry. 
James Pery. 40th Infantry. 
Jonathan Eastman, 21st Infantry. 

August, 1813. 
S. Berrian, 41st Infantry. 
William G. Oliver, 42nd Infantry. 
E. S. Mendenhall, 42nd Infantry. 
Gilbert Seaman, 41st Infantry. 
Mat. N. Sanborn, 40th Infantry. 
A. Sherman, 41st Infantry. 
R. Neale, Jr., 40th Infantry. 
L. Ross, 40th Infantry. 
A. Hamilton, 40th Infantry. 
G. H. Manigault, 43rd Infantry. 
I. I. Goodwyn, 43rd Infantry. 
Theo. L. Gourdin, 43rd Infantry. 
Wm. S. Radcliff, 41st Infantry. 
Thomas Hanson. 42nd Infantry. 
Thomas Hyde, 43rd Infantry. 
E. B. Duvall, 42nd Infantry. 
William R. Davis. 3rd Infantry. 
E. F. Tatnall, 43rd Infantry. 
H. Garrett, 43rd Infantry. 
George Dubney, 43rd Infantry. 
Robert Love, Jr., 43rd Infantry. 
John Leonard, 40th Infantry. 
Chas. Humphreys, 40th Infantry. 
Samuel W. Butler, 3rd Infantry. 
Michael Corning, llth Infantry. 
Ui'-hard H. Bell, 5th Infantry. 
J. L. Eastman, 4th Infantry. 
J. D. Howell, 15th Infantry. 
Sylvester Chui chill, Artillery. 
Benjamin Watson, 25th Infantry. 
John D. Coon, Ibth Infantry. 



William O. Win-ton, 24th Infantry 
John Campbell. 13th Infantry. 
Jonathan W. Aitkin. 16th Infantry. 
George W. Jackson. 19th Infantry. 
John A. Thomas. 25th Infantry. 
George M'Glassin, 15th Infantry. 
Walter Wilkinson. 24th Infantry. 
Horace Hall, llth Infantry. 
Benjamin Smead. llth Infantry. 
Joseph Marshall. 14th Infantry. 
Thomas Harrison. 9th Infantry. 
F. Conkling. 4th Infantry. 
Daniel Ketchum, 25th Infantry. 
Benjamin K. Pierce, Artillery. 

September, 1813. 
John Baily. 40th Infantry. 
Elisha W. Field. 40th Infantry. 
I. Fillebrown, 40th Infantry. 
A. Hawkins, 4th Infantry. 
A. Brownlow, 2nd Infantry. 
W. A. Blount, 18th Infantry. 
Z. Morgan, 12th Infantry. 
I. Larkin. 22nd Infantry. 
Francis Allyn. 41st Infantry. 

October, 1813. 

Thos. Y. Sprogell. 22nd Infantry. 
J. M'Donald. 14th Infantry. 
James Biddle, 42nd Infantry. 
Armstrong Irvine. 4th Rifle. 
Henry Chotard, 3rd Infantry. 
William Clarke, 28th Infantry. 

November, 1813. 

Francis Stribling. Light Artillery. 
I. Milliken, 33rd Infantry. 
John G. Camp, 12th Infantry. 
R. Arell, 14th Infantry. 
Thomas Barker. 42nd Infantry. 
George Vashon, 10th Infantry. 
George Strother. 10th Infantry. 
E. Stallings, 1st Rifle. 

December, 1813. 

Hamlin Cook, 8th Infantry. 
M. Lynch. 20th Infantry. 
W. Sheldon, llth Infantry- 

A. B. Conant. 29th Infantry. 
W. Barnet, 15th Infantry. 

B. D. Herriott, 3rd Infantry. 
George Newbegen, 33rd Infantry. 

January, 1814. 
I. P. Duvall. 20th Infantry. 
N. M'Laughlin, 16th Infantry. 
John Ingersoll. 41st Infantry- 
M. M. Quackenbos, 41st Infantry. 
I. S. Bicknell. 31st Infantry. 
A. Arnold. 31st Infantry. 

C. L. Rockwood, 31st Infantry. 
John Jamison, oth Infantry. 

L. B. Willis. 12th Infantry. 
I. Brownson. 1st Infantry. 
I. M'Cullen. 41st Infantry. 
J. Merrill. 34th Infantry. 
William Miller, 30th Infantry. 

February, 1814. 
R. P. Johnson. 8th Infantry. 
I. Burbridge, 25th Infantry. 
A. Spencer. 29th Infantry. 
George P. Peters. 4th Infantry. 
E. W'ebb. 6th Infantry. 
S. C. Mabson. 3rd Infantry. 
I. Saunders. 5th Infantry. 
Thomas Hamilton. 1st Infantry. 
I. Robinson, 7th Infantry. 
Adam Larrabee. Light Artillery. 

D. Henderson, 21st Infantry. 



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March, 1814. 

M. P. Payne, 20th Infantry. 
S. Robinson, 30th Infantry. 
I. Brown, 37th Infantry. 
I. T. Wirt, 2nd Infantry. 
I. Smith, 4th Infantry. 
S. G. Earle, 43rd Infantry. 

E. Beall, 43rd Infantry. 

F. L. Amelung, 44th Infantry. 
A. Peychard, 44th Infantry. 

I. I. Miles, 44th Infantry. 
Charles Tessier, 44th Infantry. 
E. D. Mirepoix, 44th Infantry. 

G. Winter, 44th Infantry. 

I. M. Barclay, 44th Infantry. 

C. Mulford, 44th Infantry. 
I. S. Wade, 7th Infantry. 

A. C. Spencer, 29th Infantry. 

B. White, 25th Infantry. 
Benjn. Birdsall, 4th Rifle. 
H. Brackenridge, 2nd Rifle. 
William Oliver, 2nd Rifle. 
Thos. L. Beall, 4th Rifle. 
Robert Fenner, 3rd Rifle. 
Edward Carrington, 3rd Rifle. 
Walter German, 4th Rifle. 
John Lyttle, 4th Rifle. 
Walter Coles, 3rd Rifle. 
Jesse Kean, 4th Rifle. 
Willie Martin. 3rd Rifle. 
Hugh Innes, 2nd Rifle. 

D. Kinchaloe, 3rd Rifle. 
R. Scott, 4th Rifle. 

S. Scott, 2nd Rifle. 
Uriah Allison, 2nd Rifle. 
Benjamin Desha, 2nd Rifle. 
W. Green, 4th Rifle. 
Benjn. Johnson, 2nd Rifle. 
Batteal Harrison, 2nd Rifle. 
Matthew I. Magee, 4th Rifle. 
R. Campbell, 3rd Rifle. 
I. M'Whorter, 3rd Rifle. 
I. Morris, 4th Rifle. 
I. E. Calhoun, 3rd Rifle. 
William Pritchard, 2nd Rifle. 
John O. Fallen, 2nd Rifle. 

A. W. Brandon, 3rd Rifle. 

April, 1814. 
S. Vail, 7th Infantry. 

E. Bogardus, 2nd Infantry. 
Lina T. Helm, 1st Infantry. 
W. Lavall, 3rd Infantry. 
George Morley, 3rd Infantry. 
G. C. Allen, 7th Infantry. 

L. L. Bush, 6th Infantry. 
H. Bradley, 2nd Infantry. 
Thos. Traquair, 42nd Infantry. 
I. S. Carty, 42nd Infantry. 
Lewis Peckham, 4th Infantry. 
I. Smith, 45th Infantry. 
S. C. Cotton, 48th Infantry. 
William Shotwell, 47th Infantry. 
I. Lavaik, 48th Infantry. 
I. Flanders, 45th Infantry. 
I. Campbell, 48th Infantry. 

B. Bradford, 45th Infantry. 
S. Elkins, 45th Infantry. 
Christopr. Hughes, 47th Infantry. 
D. Holden, 45th Infantry. 
Charles Kartell, 47th Infantry. 

A. T. Crane, 47th Infantry. 
W. Farnsworth, 48th Infantry. 
I. Thompson, 48th Infantry. 
M. Burnett, 46th Infantry. 

N. Stanley, 45th Infantry. 

B. Irvine, 47th Infantry. 
T. Coleman, 48th Infantry. 
S. Baker. 46th Infantry. 

I. S. Suffern, 46th Infantry. 
I. Williams, 48th Infantry. 
I. Hedges, 48th Infantry. 
Thomas Earle, 47th Infantry. 
Robert Gourlay, Jr., 46th Infantry. 
I. Danforth, 45th Infantry. 



E. Hale. 45th Infantry. 

A. D. Wilson, 46th Infantry. 
I. Wright, 46th Infantry. 

B. Wood, 47th Infantry. 

A. Reynolds, 47th Infantry. 
William Chappel, 45th Infantry. 

D. Crawford, 46th Infantry. 
I. Miller, 46th Infantry. 

E. Boardman, 48th Infantry. 
James Hall, 45th Infantry. 
Thomas Bruyn, 46th Infantry. 

May, 1814. 

1. W. Stith, 35th Infantry. 
J. Moulton, 33rd Infantry. 
A. Ward, 29th Infantry. 
E. Montgomery, 7th Infantry. 
P. P. Walter, 32nd Infantry. 
A. P. Thompson, 6th Infantry. 
R. Patterson, 32nd Infantry. 

. S. Allison, 5th Infantry. 

. L. Carey, 3rd Infantry. 

. Smith, 38th Infantry. 

. Morton, 38th Infantry. 

j. Powers, 31st Infantry. 
R. W. Chick. 5th Infantry. 
Gray, 39th Infantry. 
Owens, 5th Infantry. 



CORPS OF ENGINEERS. 

Colonel. 

Josh. G. Swift, 31 July, 1812. Brig. General 
brevet, 10 Feb. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Walker K. Armistead, 31 July, 1812. 

Majors. 

G. Bomford, 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. M'Ree, 31 July, 1812. 

Captains. 

Chs. Gratiot, 23 Feb., 1808. 
A. Partridge, 23 July, 1810. 
Elea. D. Wood, 1 July, 1812. Maj. brevet, 

6 May, 1813. Killed. 
J. G. Totten, 31 July, 1812. Maj. brevet, 

6 June, 1813. 

Saml. Babcock, 20 Sept.. 1812. 
Sylvs. Thayer, 13 Oct., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Wm. Cutbush, 1 July. 1812. 
Ed. De Russey, 6 July, 1812. 
Fredk. Lewis, 20 Sept., 1812. Aid to Maj. 

Gen. Dearborn. 

Jas. Gadsden, 17 March, 1813. 
T. W. Maurice, 13 Oct., 1813. 
Hipolite Dumas, 20 Feb., 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
D. B. Douglass. 1 Oct., 1813. 
Geo. Trescott, 16 Oct., 1813. 
J. L. Smith, 16 Oct., 1813. 
Horace C. Story, 11 March. 1814. 
John Wright, 30 March, 1814. 



REGIMENT OP LIGHT ARTILLERY. 



Colonel. 

Moses Porter. 12 March, 1812. 
brevet, 10 Sept., 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
J. R. Fenwick, 2 Dec., 1811. 



Brig. Gen. 



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Majors. 
Abram. Eustis. 15 March, 1810. Lieut. Col. 

brevet, 10 Sept., 1813. 
Thomas Pitts, 20 Jan., 1813. 

Captains. 

Wm. Campbell, 30 May, 1810. 
Robert H. M'Pherson, 15 July, 1810. Maj. 

brevet. 30 March. 1814. 
J. N. M'Intosh, 1 May, 1811. 
Aw. M'Dowell, 1 April, 1812. 
Luther Leonard, 6 July, 1812. 
Benjn. Branch, 24 Aug., 1812. 
G. W. Melvin, 24 Aug., 1812. 

A. W. Thornton, 20 Jan., 1813. 
Fras. Stribling, 1 Nov., 1813. 
Adam Larrabee, 21 Feb., 1814. 

Is* Lieutenants. 
Tho. Ketchum, 1 Sept., 1811. 
John R. Bell, 24 Aug., 1812. Assistant In- 
spector General. 

F. B. Murdoch, 24 Aug., 1812. 
W. F. Hobart, 5 April, 1813. 
W. Sumpter, 27 May., 1813. 

G. W. Right, 10 Aug., 1813. 
G. N. Morris, 23rd Aug., 1813. 
J. H. Wilkins, 3 Dec., 1813. 

John Gates, Jr., 3 Dec.. 1813. Paymaster. 
Nelson Freeland, 21 Feb., 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
J. T. M'Kinney, 5 April, 1813. 
S. M. Mackay, 27 May. 1813. Adjutant. 

B. F. Robb, 30 June. 1813. 
G. E. Wells, 1 Oct., 1813. 
Elijah Lyon, 23 Oct., 1813. 
S. Washburn, 13 Dec., 1813. 
Henry Stanton, 7 March. 1814. 
Joseph Scott, 7 March. 1814. 
Edm. M. Giles. 7 March, 1814. 
Richd. W. Field, 17 March, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenant. 
Gustav. Drane, 15 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
Lewis Dunham, 12 Dec., 1808. 



LIGHT DRAGOONS. 

Colonel. 
James Burn, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Jaclnt Laval, 7 June, 1813. 

Majors. 
James V. Ball, 16 Sept., 1812. Lieut Col. 

brevet, 18 Dec., 1812. 
T. A. Helms, 7 June, 1813. 

Captains. 

A. P. Hayne, 10 Nov., 1809. Inspector 

General. 

A. Cummings, 1 Nov., 1811. 
S. G. Hopkins, 6 July. 1812. 
Henry Hall. 6 July, 1812. 
Saml. D. Harris. 6 July. 1812. 
John A. Burd. 6 Julv. 1812. 
W. M. Littlejohn, 1 Dec.. 1812. 
George Haig, 20 Jan., 1813. 

la* Lieutenants. 
H. Whiting, 20 Aug., 1811. 
George Birch, 1 Nov., 1811. 
Chas. J. Nourse, 7 May 1812. 
Beverly Turpin, 6 July. 1812. 
A. H. Sneed, 6 July, 1812. 



F. S. Belton. 20 Jan., 1813. Paymaster. 
Win. Nielsen, 7 Jime, 1813. 
Louis Laval, 28 July, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Robert H. Craig, 18 March, 1813. Adju- 
tant. 

Isaac Griffith, 18 March, 1813. 
James Martin, 30 April. 1813. 
George Watts. 1 Aug., 1813. 
F. H. Lissenhoff, 1 Aug.. 1813. 
James Trippe. 1 May. 1814. 
H. A. Hays. 1 Mav, 1814. 
C. Wright, 1 May; 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Hugh Sterling, 29 April, 1813 
John L. Elbert. 20 June, 1813. 
L. P. Gustine, 29 July, 1813. 
T. S. Bracken, 1 May, 1814. 
Thos. Hogan, 1 May, 1814. 
Philip Ansbach, 1 May, 1814. 

Cornets. 

Wm. Johnson, 11 Oct., 1813. 
William Gale, 11 Oct., 1813. 
Th. Robinson, 11 March 1814. 
S. H. Cumming. 11 March. 1814. 
I. Caldwell. 11 March, 1814. 
Henry Stone, 11 March, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
W. H. Buckner, 6 July, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
S. H. Littlejohn, 3 April, 1813. 



CORPS OF ARTILLERY. 

Lieut. Colonels. 

Cont Freeman, 1 April, 1802. Col. brevet. 
G. E. Mitchell. 3 March, 1813. 
James House, 3 March, 1813. 

F. K. Huger, 3 March, 1813. Colonel, staff. 
Wm. Lindsay, 12 March, 1813. 

Wm. MacRea, 19 April, 1814. 

Majors. 

D. M. Forney, 6 July. 1812. 
Samuel Nye, 6 July. 1812. 

G. Armistead, 3 March, 1813. 
Jas. B. Many, 5 May, 1813. 
J. Hindman, 26 June, 1813. 
Lloyd Beall, 21 April, 1814. 

Captains. 

S. T. Dyson, 15 Sept., 1804. 
Charles Wollstonecraft, 15 March, 1805. 
J. B. Walbach. 31 Jan., 1806. Major brevet, 

13 Nov., and Colonel, staff. 
Moses Swett, 30 June, 1807. 
Wm. Wilson, 3 May 1808. 

E. Humphreys, 9 Jan., 1809. 
Frs. Newman, 1 Oct., 1809. 
Jas. Hanham, 10 July, 1811. 
Michl. Walsh, 31 Oct., 1811. 
James Reed. 12 March, 1812. 
Ichd. B. Crane, 6 July 1812. 
Roger Jones, 6 July, 1812. 

J. H. Boyle, 6 July. 1812. 
A. S. Brookes. 6 July, 1812. 
Nathan Towson. 6 July. 1812. 
S. B. Archer, 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. Nicholas, 6 July, 1812. 
J. N. Barker, 6 July, 1812. Assistant Ad- 
jutant General. 
J. B. Ton, 6 July, 1812. 
Sanders Donoho, 6 July, 1812. 
Thos. Biddle. Jr., 6 July. 1812. 
J. W. Gookin, 6 July, 1812. 



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Joseph Philips, 6 July, 1812. 
J. S. B. Romayne, 6 July, 1812. 
Hor. II. Watson, 6 July, 1812. 
James M'Keon, 6 July, 1812. 
John Ritchie, 6 July, 1812. 
John Goodall, 6 July, 1812. 
Rufus M'Intyre, 6 July, 1812. 
P. Hawkins, Jr., 6 July, 1812. 
Danl. dishing, 6 July, 1812. 
Stanton Sholes, 6 July, 1812. 
G. W. Russell, 6 July, 1812. 
Fredk. Evans, 6 July, 1812. 
Thos. Murray, 10 Feb., 1813. 
Wm. Gates, 3 March, 1813. 
A. J. Williams, 12 March, 1813. 

A. C. W. Fanning, 13 March, 1813. 
J. M. O'Connor, 13 March, 1813. 
G. II. Richards, 13 March, 1813. 
J. F. Heileman, 5 May, 1813. 
Hopley Yeaton, 20 May, 1813. 
Thos Bennett, 20 June, 1813. 

S. Churchill, 15 Aug., 1813. Assistant In- 
spector General. 

B. K. Pierce, 1 Oct., 1813. 
Jas. Green, Jr., 29 Oct., 1813. 
John S. Peyton, 15 Dec., 1813. 
Hy. K. Craig, 23 Dec., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Ethan A. Allen, 1 Oct., 1809. 
Archd. Darrah, 29 Jan., 1811. 
M. P. Lomax. 30 June, 1811. Major, staff. 
Justus Post, 1 July 1811. 
S. Champlain, 31 Oct., 1811. 
Heman A. Fay, 23 Dec., 1811. 
Milo Mason, 29 Feb., 1812. 
Chris. Vandeventer, 12 March, 1812. 
J. L. Tracy, 6 July 1812. 
Moses J. Chase, 6 July 1812. 
Adrian Neil, 6 July, 1812 
John Farley, 6 July, 1812 
I'. M'Donogh, 6 July, 1812 
Wm. M. Read, 6 July, 1812. 
Harold Smyth, 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. J. Cohan, 6 July, 1812. 
John Fontaine, 6 July 1812. 
J. II. Larwill. 6 July, 1812. 
L. Brown. 6 July, 1812. 
Luther Scott. 6 July, 1812. 
Robt. R. Ruffin, 6 July, 1812. 
Hy. Slaughter, 6 July, 1812. 
J. II. Daring, 6 July' 1812. 
I. Erving. Jr., 16 Aug., 1812. Major, staff. 

A. L. Sands, 10 Feb., 1813. 

Jamos Dalib, 3 March, 1812. Captain Ord- 
nance. 
Rich. A. Zantzinger, 13 March. 1813. 

C. M. Macomb. 13 March 1813. 
Jos. II. Rees, 13 March, 1813. 
Robert Stewart, 13 March, 1813. 
W. R. Duncan, 13 March, 1813. 
Chester Root, 13 March, 1813. 
Mw. Jenkins, 13 March, 1813. 

J. L. Edwards 28 March, 1813. 
Gus. Loomis. 5 May, 1813. 
P. D. Spencer, 13 May, 1813. 
R. H. Ashley, 20 May, 1813. 
Jno. Mountfort, 20 May, 1813. 
J. S. Brush, 20 June, 1813. ' 

F. Whiting, 20 June, 1813. 
Edwin Sharpe. 26 June. 1813. 

G. Dearborn, 1 Oct., 1813. 
Felix Ansart, 1 Oct., 1813. 
Wm. King, 1 Oct., 1813. 
T. C. Legate, 29 Oct., 1813. 
Jacob War ley. 15 Dec.. 1813. 
Wm. Smith, 23 Dec., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Saml. Spotts. 10 Feb., 1812. 
Wm. Parker, 10 Feb., 1812. 
Levi Whiting. 10 Feb., 1812. 
J. W. Rouse, 27 March, 1812. 

B. B. White, 14 April, 1812. 
Abel B. Chase, 30 April, 1812. 



James Baker, 1 May, 1812. 
Joseph P. Bartlett, 6 July, 1812. 
Lewis Morgan, 6 July, 1812. 
W. H. Nlcoll, 6 July, 1812. 
John Ruffin, 6 July, 1812. 
J. H. Gamble, 6 July, 1812. 
Jno. W. Kincaid, 6 July, 1812. 
Robert Goode, 6 July, 1812. 
Francis O. Byrd, 6 July, 1812. 
J. I. Cromwell, 23 Nov., 1812. 
J. W. Lent, Jr., 12 March, 1813. 
Charles Clark, 12 March, 1813. 
Thos. Elfe, Jr., 17 March, 1813. 
Thos Chrystie, 18 March, 1813. 
S. Rockwell. 20 March, 1813. 
J. Bosque. 12 April, 1813. 
Thos. Clark, 16 April, 1813. 
Cld. D. Cooper, 16 April, 1813. 
Jos. P. Prince, 16 April, 1813. 
G. Doneghey, 16 April, 1813. 
P. J. Neville, 20 April, 1813. 

A. W. Forbush, 5 May, 1813. 
M. S. Massey, 13 May, 1813. 
F. P. Woolsey, 20 May, 1813. 
Ch. Anthony. 20 May, 1813. 
W. M'Clintock, 20 June, 1813. 
L. H. Osgood, 20 June, 1813. 
J. P. Bunting, 26 June, 1813. 
J. Henderson, 26 June, 1813. 
Peter Melendy, 29 June, 1813. 

B. C. Bartlett, 29 June, 1813. 
Benjn. Lawson, 30 Sept., 1813. 
R. M. Kirby, 1 Oct., 1813. 
Wm. B. Read, 1 Oct., 1813. 
Ed. Baynton, 1 Oct.. 1813. 
Wm. Lyon, 1 Oct., 1813. 

H. M. Campbell, 12 Oct., 1813. 
M. M. Russell, 20 Oct., 1813. 
John Mitchell, 16 Nov., 1813. 
Hy. L. Duffell, 15 Dec., 1813. 
Wr. Berryman, 23 Dec., 1813. 
J. Bennett, 24 Dec., 1813. 
W. J. Sever, 31 Dec., 1813. 
E. Hopkins, 31 Dec., 1813. 
Jas. C. Pickett, 19 April, 1814. 
Britton Evans. 19 April, 1814. 
James Bailey, 19 April, 1814. 
T. J. Harrison, 19 April, 1814. 
J. Watmaugh. 19 April, 1814. 
Wm. Kenny, 19 April, 1814. 

C. Xewkirk, 19 April. 1814. 
Oliver Bangs, 19 April, 1814. . 
N. Henderson, 19 April, 1814. 
G. W. Gardiner, 1 May, 1814. 

C. S. Merchant, 1 May, 1814. 
Nathl. G. Dana, 1 May, 1814. 
John Monroe, 1 May, 1814. 

J. S. Allanson, 1 May, 1814. 
St. Birdsall, 1 May, 1814. 
L. G. De Russy, 1 May, 1814. 
Thomas Childs, 1 May, 1814. 
Saml. L. Dana, 1 May, 1814. 
J. S. Shoemick. 1 May, 1814. 
S. G. Bloomfield, 1 May, 1814. 
T. W. Freeman, 1 May, 1814. 
Cassius Carter, 1 May, 1814. 
Thos. V. Earle, 1 May, 1814. 
Jonathan Pell, 1 May. 1814. 
Chas. Mellon, 1 May! 1814. 
Geo. H. Britt, 1 May. 1814. 
James Hall. 1 May, 1814. 
Aug. Aisquith, 1 May, 1814. 
John S. Pierce, 1 May, 1814. 
Elijah Brown, 1 May, 1814. 
Joseph Gilbert, 1 May, 1814. 
Eliud L. Davis, 1 May. 1814. 
Allen Lowd. 1 May. 1814. 
J. Armstrong. 19 May. 1814. 
Jas. Scallan. 19 May. 1814. 
Chas. W. Salter. 20 May. 1814. 
P. A. Dennis, 20 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

D. S. Andrews. 19 April. 1814. 
N. G. Wilkinson, 20 April, 1814. 



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D. C. Nicholls, 26 April, 1814. 
David Telfair, 5 May, 1814. 
William Elgin, 12 May, 1814. 
Geo. Reardon, 18 May, 1814. 
Ben.j Tennille. 23 May, 1814. 
Hugh K. Meade, 23 May, 1814. 
H. M. Simons, 23 May, 1814. 
Thos. A. Linton, 9 June, 1814. 



FIRST INFANTRY. 
New Jersey. 



Kingsbury, 
General. 



Colonel. 
18 Aug., 



1808. Inspector. 



Lieut. Colonel. 
R. C. Nicholas, 15 Aug., 1812. 

Majors. 
Z. Pike. 20 March. 1800. Lieut. Colonel. 

brevet, 10 July, 1812. 
S. Owens, 31 Jan., 1814. 

Captains. 
John Whistler. 1 July, 1797. Major brevet, 

10 July, 1812. 

A. Whitlock, 26 Aug., 1812. 
W. Whistler, 31 Dec., 1812. 
J. C. Symmes, 20 Jan., 1813. 
Simeon Knight, 20 Jan., 1813. 

A. Kingsley, 20 Jan., 1813. 
H. Johnson, 20 Jan., 1813. 
J. Brownson, 31 Jan., 1814. 
T. Hamilton, 21 Feb., 1814. 
L. T. Helm, 15 April, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Benj. Marshall, 14 Oct., 1808. 
J. W. Bryson, 20 Jan., 1813. 
J. Campbell, 20 Jan.. 1813. 
D. Stansbury, 20 Jan., 1813. 

B. Vasquez, 30 July, 1813. 
Lewis Bissell, 31 Jan.. 1814. 
J. A. Shaw, 21 Feb., 1814. 
Ormond Marsh, 30 March, 1814. 
Danl. Curtis, 15 April, 1814. 

R. A. M'Cabe, 1 May, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
N. E. Westfall, 20 Jan.. 1813. 
W. Anderson, 20 Jan., 1813. 
L. Talliaferro, 14 Aug.. 1813. 
G. Harberger, 31 Jan., 1814. 
Ph. Yost, 12 March, 1814. 

C. Bertor. 19 April, 1814. 

D. Trimble, 19 April, 1814. 
W. Christie. 19 April, 1814. 

E. J. Roberts, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
J. Jeffries, 19 April, 1814. 
Ste. Shea, 19 April, 1814. 
T. Beauford, 19 April, 1814. 

F. Bernard, 19 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
H. Catlett, 18 Feb., 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
S. C. Muir, 7 April, 1813. 



SECOND INFANTRY. 
Louisiana. 

Colonel. 
Richard Sparks, 6 July, 1812. 



Lieut. Colonel. 

W. R. Boote, 13 Dec., 1813. Inspector Gen- 
eral. 

Majors. 
Dan. Hughes, 21 Feb., 1814. Assistant 

Inspector General. 
W. Lawrence, 19 April, 1814. 

Captains. 
Hugh, M'Call. 19 Aug., 1800. Major, brevet, 

10 July, 1812. 

John Miller, 12 March, 1812. 
R. Chamberlain, 6 July, 1812. 
J. T. Pemberton, 20 Jan., 1813. 
Wm. F. Ware, 5 May, 1813. 
John M. Davis, 30 May, 1813. 
A. Brownlow, 7 Sept.. 1813. 
John T. Wirt, 9 March, 1814. 
E. Bogardus, 15 April. 1814. 
H. Bradley, 19 April, 1814. 

Is* Lieutenants. 
T. Willis, 1 Nov., 1812. 
H. H. Villard, 10 Jan., 1813. 
H. A. Burchsted, 5 May, 1813. 
J. Bell, 30 May, 1813. Aid to Maj. Gen. 

Wilkinson. 

T. Doggett, 7 Sept.. 1813. 
R. Sturgus, 9 March, 1814. 
Jas. Stuarte, 15 April, 1814. 
H. Conway, 19 April, 1814. 
N. Clarke, 1 May, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
W. M. Smith. 20 Jan., 1813. 
T. F. Thomas. 9 July, 1813. 
Beverly Roy, 25 Oct., 1813. 
H. Saunders, 7 Sept., 1813. 
L. M. Ayer, 9 March. 1814. 
T. R. Saunders. 15 April, 1814. 
W. Fuller, 19 April, 1814. 
G. B. M'Claskey, 1 May. 1814. 
John Darnell, 1 May. 1814. 
E. Brooks, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
J. R. Johnson, 1 May, 1814. 
R. Davis, 1 May, 1814. 
R. G. Saunders, 1 May, 1814. 
John Saunders. 1 May, 1814. 
Cy. Saunders, 1 May, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
Jabez W. Heustis, 2 April, 1814. 



THIRD INFANTRY. 
Mississippi and Missouri Territories. 

Colonel. 
H. V. Milton, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
M. Arbuckle, 9 March, 1814. 

Majors. 

Jas. Woodruff, 21 Feb., 1814. 
Wm. Butler, 15 April, 1814. 

Captains. 

J. Denking, 6 Feb., 1811. 
H. G. White, 11 May, 1811. 
W. R. Davis, 4 Aug., 1813. 
S. W. Butler. 15 Aug.. 1813. 
H. Chotard, 9 Oct., 1813. 
B. D. Herriot, 31 Dec., 1813. 
S. C. Mabson, 21 Feb., 1814. 
Wm. Laval, 15 April, 1814. 
Geo. Marley, 15 April. 1814. 
J. L. Carey, 1 May, 1814. 



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1st Lieutenants. 
J. F. Everitt, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Wm. Triplett, 15 Aug., 1813. 
J. W. Hansell, 9 Oct., 1813. 
T. Hunter, 1 Nov., 1813. 
Wm. Christian, 31 Dec., 1813. 
W. Bourke, 21 Feb., 1814. 
John Tarrant, 15 April, 1814. 
A. Donoh, 15 April, 1814. 
Jas. Smith, 15 April, 1814. 
T. Turner, 1 May, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
R. Goodwin, 15 Aug., 1813. 
John Martin, 2 Sept., 1813. 
W. L. Robeson. 9 Oct., 1813. 
J. A. Watson, 1 Nov., 1813. 
Jas. A. Hart, 31 Dec., 1813. 
J. F. Ross, 21 Feb., 1814. 
T. W. Barton. 15 April, 1814. 
C. Stephens, 15 April, 1814. 
Thos. Rogers, 15 April, 1814. 
W. V. Cobbs, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
R. Rackestraw, 1 May, 1814. 
E. Basye, 1 May, 1814. 
R. Miller, 1 May, 1814. 
W. Mann, 1 May, 1814. 
Th. S. Sydnor, 1 May, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
Isaac Davis, 21 May, 1814. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Elisha Scott, 21 May, 1814. 



FOURTH INFANTRY. 
New Hampshire. 

Colonel. 
R. Purdy, 26 Aug., 1812. 

Majors. 

S. Ranney, 20 Jan., 1813. 
G. Humphreys, 18 April, 1814. 

Captains. 

O. G. Burton, 25 Aug., 1811. 
C. Fuller, 9 Nov., 1811. 
C. Larrabee, 15 Sept.. 1812. 

E. Way, 20 Jan., 1813. 

J. L. Eastman, 15 Aug.. 1813. 

F. Conkling, 2 Sept., 1813. 
A. Hawkins, 2 Sept., 1813. 

G. P. Peters, 21 Feb., 1814. Assistant In- 
spector General. 

John Smith, 9 March, 1814. 
L. Peckham, 28 April, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 
G. Gooding, 15 Feb., 1812. 
Josiah Bacon, 15 Sept., 1812. Quarter- 
master. 

P. Greenough, 20 Jan., 1813. 
M. Bulley, 31 July. 1813. 
J. Plymton, 15 Aug., 1813. 
G. W. Hovey, 2 Sept., 1813. 
P. Wheelock, 2 Sept., 1813. 
S. Butterfield, 21 Feb., 1814. 
S. Armstrong, 9 March, 1814. 
S. Legate, 28 April, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Paul Peckham, 19 May. 1813. 
J. Ranney, 30 May, 1813. 
E. Kerby, 31 July, 1813. 
C. Monroe, 2 Sept., 1813. 
J. P. Norton, 2 Sept., 1813. 



A. Wilson, 7 March, 1814. 
N. W T adhams, 7 March, 1814. 
G. W. Boyd, 9 March, 1814. 
Thos. Hunt, 9 April, 1814. 
J. L. Gardner, 28 April, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
T. Green, Jr., 20 May, 1813. 
I. Dean, 15 Aug., 1813. 
C. Farnham, 1 May, 1814. 
I. Pike, 1 May, 1814. 
A. Neaf, 1 May, 1814. 
I. H. Robbins, 1 Mav, 1814. 
C. F. Sherburne, 20 'May, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
Sylvester Day, 13 March, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
J. M. Harper, 19 Jan., 1813. 
Jos. P. Russell, 25 May, 1814. 



FIFTH INFANTRY. 
Pennsylvania. 

Colonel. 
3. Bowyer, 13 March, 1814. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Geo. Gibson, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Majors. 

Ben.]. Wallace, 30 April, 1813. 
Colin Buckner, 31 Jan., 1814. 

Captains. 

Townsend Stith, 30 Sept., 1810. 
A. M'llhenny, 1 Sept., 1811. 
James Dorman, 9 Nov., 1811. 
W. S. Henshaw, 30 April. 1813. 
Leroy Opie, 26 June, 1813. 
Richd. H. Bell, 15 Aug., 1813. 
John Jamison, 31 Jan., 1814. 
J. Saunders, 21 Feb., 1814. 
J. Owens, 1 May, 1814. 
R. W. Chick, 1 May, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants: 
J. S. Allison, 6 July, 1812. 
J. R. Corbaly, 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. C. Bird, 1 Sept., 1812. 
P. B. Greenwell, 30 April, 1813. 
J. G. Clark, 26 Jane, 1813. 
John Gassaway, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Henry O. Hill, 31 Jan., 1814. 
J. M'Gunegle, 28 April, 1814. Quarter- 
master. 

J. Cummings, 1 May, 1814. 
S. W. Prestman, 1 May, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
G. D. Snyder, 1 Sept., 1812. 
John Fendall, 30 April, 1813. 
J. B. Taylor, 26 June, 1813. 
Geo. Murray, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Jas. Kearney, 1 Jan., 1814. Assistant Top- 
ographical Engineer. 
Jas. Smith, 31 Jan., 1814. 
J. A. Harding, 28 April. 1814. 
George Rea, 1 May, 1814. 
Jacob Swoyer, 1 May, 1814. 
Wm. C. Yates, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
T. Murphey, 14 Aug., 1813. 
M. Fishback, 15 Aug., 1813. 
George Brent, 1 Oct.. 1813. 
F. E. Hedges, 1 March, 1814. 



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A. Vincent, 1 March, 1814. 

G. Leftwich, 31 March, 1814. 

T. W. Morgan, 1 May, 1814. 

R. Means, 1 May, 1814. 

J. Wells, 1 May, 1814. 

W. R. Richardson, 1 May, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

A, Whitehead, 15 Sept., 1813. 
Azel Gates, 15 Sept., 1813. 
J. M. Smith, 11 March, 1814. 
N. H. Mason, 8 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
Alex. Blair, 30 March, 1814. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Clajon Reily, 22 March, 1813. 



Surgeon. 
T. Lawson, 21 May, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
W. Beaumont, 2 Dec., 1812. 



SIXTH INFANTRY. 
yew York. 

Colonel. 
Jonas Simonds, 8 July, 1808. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Wm. Carson, 19 April, 1814. 

Majors. 

Ebenr. Beebe, 21 Feb., 1814. Assistant Ad- 
jutant General. 
J. Machesney, 21 March, 1814. 

Captains. 

Robert Sterry, 3 Jan., 1812. Assistant In- 
spector General. 
J. E. A. Masters, 4 June. 1812. 
Henry Phillips, 13 Oct., 1812. 
Edwd. Webb, 21 Feb.. 1814. 
Henry Shell. 21 March. 1814. 
James Bailey. 27 March, 1814. 
Lond. L. Buck, 19 April, 1814. 
A. R. Thompson. 1 May. 1814. 
J. Chapman, 1 May, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Wm. Hazard, 13 Oct., 1812. Quartermas- 
ter. 

G. D. Smith, 31 Oct., 1812. Adjutant. 
Geo. W. Ten Broeck, 20 March, 1813. 
R. B. Cuyler, 1 April. 1815. 
G. W. Runk, 21 March. 1814. 
H. R. Windle, 27 March. 1814. 
Henry Cooke, 19 April. 1814. 
N. Sherman, 1 May. 1814. 
R. M'Clellan, 1 May, 1814. Paymaster. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
I. L. Dubois, 13 Oct., 1812. 
George Keese. 1 Feb.. 1813. 
Wm. B. Staats, 20 March. 1813. 
A. Quackinbush, 1 April, 1813. 
James Young. 21 Feb., 1814. 
John Sisk. 21 March. 1814. 
Patrick Ford, 19 April. 1814. 
John Harris, 1 May, 1814. 
W. Bicker, Jr., 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
John Wood. 37 Jan., 1814. 
John Grayson. 1 May, 1814. 
E. P. Bacon, 1 May, 1814. 
Waddy Bacon, 1 May, 1814. 
Crom. Sprague. 1 May. 1814. 
E. Roberts, 1 May, 1814. 
Ch. Tallman, 1 May. 1814. 
H. Barker, 1 May. 1814. 
Louis Calame, 1 May, 1814. 



SEVENTH INFANTRY. 
Kentucky. 

Colonel. 
Wm. Russell, 3 May, 1818. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Thorn. Posey, 30 April, 1813. 

Majors. 

J. Bankhead, 15 Aug., 3813. Adjutant Gen- 
eral. 
J. Nicks, 9 Oct., 1813. 

Captains. 
Zach. Taylor. 30 Nov., 1810. Major, brevet, 

5 Sept., 1812. 
Carey Nicholas, 1 March, 1811. Assistant 

Adjutant General. 
W. M'Clellan. 1 March. 1811. 
Alex. A. White, 6 June, 1811. 
Narcis. Broutin, 6 April, 1813. 
J. Robertson, 21 Feb., 1814. 
J. S. Wade, 13 March, 1814. 
Samuel Vail, 9 April. 1814. 
Geo. C. Allen, 19 April. 1814. 
Elijah Montgomery, 1 May, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 

D. M'Clellan, 10 Feb., 1812. Quartermaster. 
Jacob Miller, 10 Feb., 1812. 

M. M'Clelland, 20 Jan.. 1813. 

E. Taylor, 20 June, 1813. 
W. Snodgrass, 11 Oct., 1813. 
Wm. Prosser, 21 Feb., 1814. 
J. Forsythe. 13 March. 1814. 
John Hays. 9 April. 1814. 
John Meek, 19 April, 1814. 
J. N. Carrick, 1 May, 1814. 



2nd Lieutenants. 
E. Hall. 20 June. 1813. 
T. Blackstone. 26 Sept., 1813. 
John Weaver, 11 Oct., 1813. 
I. M. Rieley. 22 Jan., 1814. 
A. Ross. 21 Feb.. 1814. 
John Noble. 13 March, 1814. 
T. B. Rice. 9 April. 1814. 
D. Burford. 19 April, 1814. 
Wm. Query. 19 April. 1814. 

A. Neilson, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Wilson Creed. 7 March, 1814. 
F S. Gray. 13 March, 1814. 

B. B. De Witt, 13 March. 1814. 
W. S. Doherty. 13 March, 1814. 
R. O. Beall, 1 May, 1814. 

I. C. Rainey. 1 May. 1814. 
T. M'Clanahan, 1 May. 1814. 
I. T. Rothor. 1 May, 1814, 
B. Scruggs, 14 May, 1814. 

Ensign. 
Jas. Brown, Jr., 23 May, 1814. 

Bmrgeon. 

A. G. Goodlet, 10 Feb., 1812. 



Paymaster. 



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EIGHTH INFANTRY. 
Georgia. 

Colonel. 
Patrick Jack, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
L. Manning, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Majors. 
W. Cummings, 25 March, 1813. Adjutant 

General. 
Philip Cook, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 

D. E. Twiggs, 6 July, 1812. 
W. Chisholm, 6 July, 1812. 
F. B. Warley, 6 July, 1812. 
W. Jones, 6 July, 1812. 

T. W. Farrer, 6 July, 1812. Aid to Briga- 

diar General Flournoy. 

W. M'Queen, 6 July, 1812. Brigade Major. 
M. I. Keith, 6 July, 1812. 
C. Crawford, 6 July, 1812. 
Hamlin Cook, 2 Dec., 1813. 
R. P. Johnson, 13 Feb., 1814. 

Is* Lieutenants. 
T. C. Hunter, 6 July, 1812. 
Otis Dyer, 6 July, 1812. 
J. H. Mallory, 5 May, 1813. 
M. A. Roberts, 5 May, 1813. 
James Wilde, 5 July, 1813. Paymaster. 
Wm. Bee, Jr., 14 Aug., 1813. 

E. Halloway, 15 Aug., 1813. 
J. A. Black, 2 Dec., 1813. 

B. Martin, 2 Dec., 1813. 
R. Lamar, 13 Feb., 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
R. V. Marye, 25 March. 1813. 
P. Lequex, 5 May, 1813. 
J. Ferguson, 5 May, 1813. Aid to Major 

General Pinckney. 
T. F. Wells, 5 May, 1813. 
L. Gresham, 14 Aug., 1813. 
W. W. Davis, 15 Aug.. 1813. 
S. Coleman, 2 Dec., 1813. 
J. G. Bostwick, 13 Feb., 1814. 
Wm. Wayne, 1 March, 1814. 
A. Dousset, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
R. J. Easter, 5 May, 1813. 
J. A. Beaulard. 15 Aug.. 1813. 
H. L. Oneal, 2 Dec., 1813. 
J. Gignilliat, 2 Dec., 1813. 
J. G. Stallings, 7 March. 1813. 
Wm. La Prade, 1 May, 1813. 
Seaborn Burton, 1 May, 1813. 
Joel Spencer, 1 May, 1813. 
J. B. Hobkirk, 1 May, 1813. 
J. Womack, 1 May, 1813. 

Ensign. 
Cuyler Lovett, 22 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
W. R. Waring, 11 April, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
J. W. Caldwell, 6 July, 1812. 
Charles Lewis, 19 July, 1813. 



Lieut. Colonel. 
T. Aspinwall, 12 March, 1813. 

Majors. 

C. Lyman, 26 June, 1813. 

Henry Leavenworth, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 
T. Crocker, 6 July, 1812. 

A. F. Hull, 6 July, 1812. 
E. Foster, 13 March, 1813. 

J. Ingersoll, Jr., 16 April, 1813. 

D. S. Townsend, 13 May, 1813. 
G. Bender, Jr., 13 May. 1813. 
J. F. Norris, 26 June, 1813. 

S. L. Allen, 15 Oct., 1813. 
W. L. Foster, 15 Oct., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

B. F. Greene, 30 March, 1813. 

J. Fowle, Jr., 16 April, 1813. Paymaster. 
S. Turner, 13 May, 1813. 

E. Childs, 13 May, 1813. 
Loring Palmer. 26 June, 1813. 
David Perry, 30 June, 1813. 
Aaron Lewis, 15 Aug., 1813. 
J. H. Cranson, 15 Aug., 1813. 
W. Browning, 15 Oct.. 1813. 

D. Chandler, 15 Oct., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
H. Wellington, 13 May. 1813. 
W. Lyman, 26 June, 1813. 
Otis Fisher, 30 June, 1813. 

E. Norton, 15 July, 1813. 

J. Gleason, 14 Aug., 1813. Adjutant. 
J. Christie, 1 Nov., 1813. 
David Foot. 23 Nov.. 1813. 

A. Burghardt, 15 Oct., 1813. 
T. Childs, Jr., 15 Oct.. 1813. 

E. Badger, 5 April, 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

F. S. Learned, 1 Jan.. 1814. 
E. Brinhall, 1 Jan., 1814. 

I. Brigham, 1 May, 1814. 
W. M. Dyer, 1 May, 1814. 

B. C. Allen, 1 May, 1814. 

C. Cushman, 1 May, 1814. 
B. H. Scott, 1 May, 1814. 
S. Chandler, 11 May, 1814. 

Ensign. 
Jas. G. Allen, 11 May, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
J. Lovell, 15 May, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
T. G. Mower, 2 Dec., 1812. 



NINTH INFANTRY. 
Massachusetts. 

Colonel. 
Simon Lamed, 6 July, 1812. 



TENTH INFANTRY. 
North Carolina. 

Colonel. 
James Welborn, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
D. L. Clinch, 4 Aug., 1813. 

Majors. 

A. L. Langham. 15 Aug.. 1813. 
J. M'Clelland, 31 Dec., 1813. 

Captains. 

G. Cloud, 6 July, 1812. 
T. M. Nelson. 6 July, 1812. 
Philip Brittain, 6 July, 1812. 



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Robt. Mitchell, 6 July, 1812. 
Eman. I. Leigh, 6 July, 1812. 
Mark Harden, 6 July, 1812. 
Josiah Woods. 6 July, 1812. 
Joseph Clay, 6 July, 1812. 
Geo. Vashon, 29 Nov., 1813. 
Geo. Strother, 30 Nov., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Wm. Bailey, 6 July, 1812. 
H. H. Carson, 6 July, 1812. 
Abner S. Lewis, 6 July, 1812. 
Chas. Lutterloh, 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. Irvine, 14 Aug., 1813. 
Jos. J. Clinch, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Thos. C. Kelly, 3 Oct., 1813. 
Jos. G. Wall, 29 Nov., 1813. 
Arthur Fox, 30 Nov., 1813. 
Lewis Yancey, 24 March, 1814. Paymaster. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Jehu Bird, 15 April, 1813. 
A. G. Glynn, 14 Aug., 1813. 
James Roane, 15 Aug., 1813. 
James Norris, 30 Nov., 1813. 
Isaac Crayton, 26 Jan., 1814. 

F. M'Rea, 26 Jan., 1814. 

G. R. Bridges, 24 March, 1814. 
W. Lancaster, 24 March, 1814. 
James K. Hill, 24 March, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
S. Thomas, 14 Aug., 1813. 
R. H. Goodwyn, 30 Nov., 1813. 
M. Parkes, 26 Jan., 1814. 
W. Pannill, 26 Jan., 1814. 
John Carney, 24 March, 1814. 
T. H. Ferguson, 24 March. 1814. 
John Rice, 24 March, 1814. 
Jas. Goodhue, 1 May, 1814. 
I. Edney, 1 May, 1814. 
A. M'Kenzie, 1 May, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

I. H. Pitts, 30 March, 1814. 
F. Hannon, 30 March, 1814. 
W. M'Kenzie, 15 April, 1814. 
I. H. White, 15 April, 1814. 
L. Coorpender, 15 April, 1814. 
I. F. Clark, 15 April, 1814. 
S. Beckham, Jr., 9 May, 1814. 
M. Wilhight, 9 May, 1814. 
Elisha Burnett, 23 May, 1814. 
L. B. Phelps, 9 June, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
E. H. Bell, 30 March, 1814. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
H. Dade, 15 April, 1814. 



ELEVENTH INFANTRY. 
Vermont. 

Colonel. 
I. B. Campbell, 9 April, 1814. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Moody Bedel, 6 July, 1812. 

Major. 
J. M'Neal, Jr., 15 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 

J. W. Weeks, 6 July, 1812. 
Samuel Gordon, 6 July, 1812. 
W. S. Foster, 13 March, 1813. 
John Bliss, 13 May, 1813. 
Richard Baen, 26 June, 1813. 



V. R. Goodrich, 26 June, 1813. 
Horace Hale, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Benj. Smead, 15 Aug., 1813. 
M. Corning, 15 Aug., 1813. 
W. Sheldon, 12 Dec., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
James Wells, 13 March, 1813. 
Jas. Greene, 13 May, 1813. 
H. J. Blake, 26 June, 1813. 
D. Crawford, 26 June, 1813. 
R. Bucklin, Jr., 15 Aug., 1813. 
N. S. Clarke, 15 Aug., 1813. Adjutant. 



Thos. Levake, 15 Aug., 1813. 
W. Hale, 15 Aug., 1813. 
E. Jewett, 19 Nov., 1813. 



F. A. Sawyer, 12 Dec., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
T. Aldrich, 26 June, 1813. 
J. V. Barren, 26 June, 1813. 
T. Staniford, 26 June, 1813. Paymaster. 
Isaac Clark, Jr., 14 Aug., 1813. ' 
Wm. Risley, 15 Aug., 1813. 
J. E. Merritt, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Enoch Cooper, 15 Aug., 1813. 
S. C. Cotton, 19 Nov., 1813. 
J. C. Walker, 19 Nov., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Jos. Hopkins, 19 Nov., 1813. 
Thos. Tupper, 19 Nov., 1813. 
P. S. Sanford, 12 Dec., 1813. 
Hazen Bedel, 1 Jan., 1814. 
B. Stevenson, 1 Jan., 1814. 
H. Webster, 1 Jan., 1814. 
James Brown, 1 May, 1814. 
J. Shields, 1 May, 1814. 
1. B. Davies, 1 May, 1814. 
J. Grant, 1 May, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

A. M. Simonds, 18 April, 1814. 
Ezra Dean, 20 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 

G. P. Spencer, 7 April, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
T. Woodward, 9 Aug., 1813. 
John Sackett, 9 Aug., 1813. 



TWELFTH INFANTRY. 
Virginia. 

Colonel. 
Isaac A. Coles, 12 March, 1813. 

Majors. 

R. C. Nicholas, 3 March, 1813. 
W. Morgan, 26 June, 1813. 

Captains. 

James Paxton, 6 July, 1812. 
Thos. Sangster, 6 July, 1812. 
James Charlton, 6 July, 1812. 
Charles Page, 6 July, 1812. 
A. L. Madison, 6 July, 1812. 
Thomas Post, 29 March, 1813. 
Robt. G. Hite, 26 June, 1813. Assistant 

Adjutant General. 
Z. Morgan, 20 Sept., 1813. 
J. G. Camp, 14 Nov., 1813. 
L. B. Willis, 31 Jan., 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 
A. M'Donald, 6 July, 1812. 
John Key, Jr., 29 March, 1813. 
Robt. Houston, 29 March, 1813. 



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Oth. W. Callis, 26 June, 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

Wm. Stone, Jr., 26 June, 1813. 
R. Harrison, 30 Sept., 1813. 
John Fowles, 30 Sept., 1813. 
Bailey Bruce, 31 Jan., 1814. 
R. Booker, 17 March, 1814. 
A. J. Bruce, 24 March, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Jos. M'Gavock, 26 June, 1813. 

David P. Polk, 30 Sept., 1813. 

C. Randolph, 30 Sept., 1813. 

P. C. Johnston, 14 Nov., 1813. 

John Strother, 20 Nov., 1813. 

F. S. Dade, 31 Jan., 1814. 

Philip Wager, 17 March, 1814. 

Jos. Shommo, 24 March, 1814. 

Mw. M. Claiborne, Jr., 5 April, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Geo. Eskridge, 20 Sept., 1813. 
Mich. Crupper, 20 Sept., 1813. 
John Robinson. 20 Nov., 1813. 
S. Grantland, Jr.. 31 Jan., 1814. 
De La Fayette Johnston, 17 March, 1814. 
Robert Call, 17 March. 1814. 
R. Randolph, 24 March, 1814. 
S. Bartlett, 1 April, 1814. 
W. Wright, 5 April, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

Th. Gaultney, 4 Dec., 1813. 
W. H. Curtis, 11 March, 1814. 
I. C. Sumner, 17 March, 1814. 
S. L. Meredith, 30 March, 1814. 
R. Turner, 31 March, 1814. 
T. K. Godfroy, 8 April, 1814. 
John Hopewell, 20 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
J. Rogers, 15 April, 1814. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
T. Byrne, 8 April, 1814. 



J. H. Dwight, 31 Jan., 1814. 

master. 
John Williams, 31 Jan., 1814. 



Quarter- 



2nd Lieutenants. 



THIRTEENTH INFANTRY. 
New York. 

Colonel. 

P. P. Schuyler, 6 July, 1812. Adjutant 
General. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
S. S. Conner, 12 March, 1813. 

Majors. 

J. V. H. Huvck, 6 July, 1812. 
R. M. Malcom, 3 March, 1813. 

Captains. 

John Sproull, 6 July, 1812. 
Hugh R. Martin,, 6 July, 1812. 
Mordecai Myers, 6 July, 1812. 
Myndert M. Dox, 6 July, 1812. 
W. D. Lawrence, 6 July, 1812. 
S. W. Kearny, 1 April, 1813. 
Samuel Haring, 1 April, 1813. 
John K. Paige, 13 May, 1813. 
W. B. Adams, 13 May, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

R. S. Gardiner, 6 July, 1812. Paymaster. 
W. Gansevoort, 6 July, 1812. 
John L. Fink, 6 July, 1812. 
Israel Turner. 6 July, 1812. 
Daniel Hugunin, 1 April, 1813. 
Wm. W. Carr, 13 May, 1813. 
D. B. Wilcox, 15 Aug., 1813. 
J. Sammons, 19 Jan., 1814. 



John Kirby, 1 April, 1813. 
Geo. Reab, Jr., 20 April, 1813. 
T W Denton, 13 May, 1813. 
John Graham. 20 June, 1813. 
Mason Ronalds, 20 June, 1813. 
John Haight. 15 Aug., 1813. 
nilliam Anderson, Jr., 15 Aug., 1813 
C. Harrison. 19 Jan., 1814. 
Jf. C. Cantine. 31 Jan., 1814. 
G. Helmbold, 31 Jan., 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

R. Humphreys. 30 Sept., 1813. 
R. M. Harrison, 30 Sept., 1813. 
Jacob Meyers. 1 Oct., 1813. 
A. Howard, 19 Jan., 1814. 
E. Clarke, 31 Jan., 1814. 
S. Johnson, 31 Jan., 1814 
H. H. Minton, 31 Jan., 1814. 
C. F. Irvine, 1 May. 1814. 
J. Clitz, 1 May, 1814. 
1 Ma 



, 
L. Marsh, 



y, 1814. 



Ensign. 
F. T. Helms, 8 April, 1814. 

E. Gilbert, 8 April, 1814. 
J. Claude, 15 April, 1814. 
J. Murphy. 15 April, 1814. 
C. Miller, 18 April, 1814. 

F. T. Helm, 1 May, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
J. Y. Lancing, 15 Oct., 1812. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
John M'Call, 15 April, 1812. 



FOURTEENTH INFANTRY. 
Maryland. 

Colonel. 

C. G. Bcerstler, 20 June, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel,' 
E. L. Whitlock, 14 Nov., 1813. 

Majors. 

Samuel Lane, 3 March, 1813. 
I. D. Barnard, 26 June, 1813. 

Captains. 

T. Montgomery, 6 July, 1812. 
Henry Fleming, 6 July, 1812. 
W T m. M'llvain, 6 July, 1812. 
K. M'Kenzie, 6 July, 1812. 

D. Cummings, 13 March, 1813. 
Thos. Karney, 13 May. 1813. 
Reuben Gilder, 26 June, 1813. 
Jos. Marshall, 15 Aug.. 1813. 
J. M'Donald. 1 Oct., 1813. 
Richard Arell, 14 Nov., 1813. 

Is* Lieutenants. 
Peter Rich, 6 July, 1812. 
John Waring. 13 March, 1813. 
Thos. Randall, 13 March, 1813. 
John Beckett, 13 March. 1813 . 
Edw. Wilson. 12 May, 1813. 
A. Woodward, 13 May. 1813. 
J. W. Thompson, 26 June. 1813. 
James Christie. 1 Oct., 1813. 
Geo. Murdock, 14 Nov., 1813. 
Wm. G. Mills. 14 Nov., 1813. Aid to Brig. 
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2nd Lieutenants. 
James H. Gale, 13 March, 1813. 
Kiml. Godwin. 13 March, 1813. 
S. F. Donaldson, 13 March, 1813. Pay- 
master. 

R. Bennett, 12 May, 1813. 
N. N. Robinson. 12 May, 1813. 
W. G. Sanders, 13 May, 1813. 
Abraham Clark. 1 Oct., 1813. 
Thos. Barton, 14 Nov., 1813. 
Robert Beall, 14 Nov.. 1813. 

C. Comegys, Jr., 14 Nov., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
B. Ricketts, 12 May, 1813. 
Massom Mudd, 12 May, 1813. 
W. Thompson, 12 May, 1813. 

D. M'Crimmin, 15 May. 1813. 
W. G. Shade, 1 Oct., 1813. 

Henry Parker, 14 Nov., 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

J. W. Riddle, 14 Nov., 1813. 
G. C. Clitherall, 1 May, 1814. 
J. Beckwith, 1 May, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

J. Carr, 15 April. 1814. 
J. S. Simpson, 11 May, 1814. 
Hez. J. Balch, 21 May, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
John Young, 4 June, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
S. W. Magruder, 28 March, 1813. 



FIFTEENTH INFANTRY. 
New Jersey. 

Colonel. 
D. Brearley, 12 March, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Robert Carr, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Majors. 

H. Grindage. 14 Nov.. 1813. 
Z. Rossell, 31 Dec., 1813. 

Captain*. 

C. W. Hunter, 6 July, 1812. Brigade 

Major. 

White Youngs. 6 July, 1812. 
H. H. Van Dalsem, 6 July, 1812. 
J. L. Barton, 30 July. 1812. 
J. D. Hayden. 13 March, 1813. 
Aaron Sutphen. 13 Mav, 1813. 
Jb. D. Howell, 15 AugV 1813. 
G. M'Glassin. 15 Aug.. 1813. 
Wm. Barnet, 31 Dec., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. . 
James Piatt, 6 July, 1812. 
J. Schofield. 6 July. 1812. 
R. L. Howell, 15 Sept., 1812. Brigade 

Major. 

S. M'Dougall. 30 Sept.. 1812. 
David Riddle. 13 March. 1813. 
A. Godwin, Jr.. 13 May. 1813. 
David Curtis. 13 May. 1813. 

C. Stewart. 15 Aug., 1813. 
John Scott, 15 Aug., 1,13. 

D. Fraser. 31 Dec., 1813. Assistant Dep- 
uty Paymaster General. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
J. Dickerson, 13 March. 1813. 
Wm. Coffle, 13 March, 1813. Quarter- 
master. 



C. Noyes. 13 May, 1813. 

H. K. Mullin, 13 May, 1813. Adjutant. 

J. T. David, 13 May, 1813. 

C. H. Roberts, 13 May, 1813. 

D. E. Burch. 15 Aug., 1813. Paymaster. 
John Rose. 15 Aug., 1813. 

Levi Heath, 31 Dec., 1813. 

W. H. Howell, 17 March, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

Floreat Meline. 1 Oct., 1813. 
J. Graison, 31 Dec., 1813. 
J. C. Dehart, 17 March, 1814. 
Chas. W. Lee. 17 March. 1814. 
F. Walters, 17 March, 1814. 
John Knapp, 17 March, 1814. 
H. M. Mead, 1 May, 1814. 
Z. S. Conger, 1 May, 1814. 
H. F. Davis, 1 May, 1814. 

Ensign. 
Upton Fraser, 31 May, 1814. 

Surgeon. 

Fenn Deming, 14 April, 1812. 
Surgeon's Mates. 

R. T. Baker, 12 March, 1812. 
R. Hampton, 30 March, 1814. 



SIXTEENTH INFANTRY. 
Pennsylvania. 

Colonel. 
C. Pearce, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

E. B. Clemson, 9 March, 1814. 
Majors. 

W. Lee, 3 March, 1813. 
Robert Gray, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 

G. G. Steele, 6 July, 1812. 
A. M'Ewen. 6 July, 1812. 
J. F. M'Elroy. 6 July, 1812. 
W. Davenport, 28 Sept.. 1812. 
J. Machesney. 13 March, 1813. 
M. Greenwood. 16 April. 1813. 
John Baldy. 16 April. 1813. 
J. W. Aitk'en. 15 Aug.. 1813. 
J. D. Coon. 15 Aug.. 1813. 
N. M'Laughlin, 1 Jan., 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Thos. Horrell. 16 April. 1813. 
T. M. Powers. 16 April, 1813. 
Isaac Finch. 15 Aug.. 1813. 
Jacob Whisler. 15 Aug., 1813. 
Thos. Mahon. 15 Aug.. 1813. 
Saml. Weigly. 15 Aug.. 1813. 
Thos. Evans, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Chas. Fisler, 11 Nov.. 1813. 
T. P. M'Mahon. 1 Jan., 1814. 
Wm. Downey, 22 Feb., 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
S. Nicholson, 15 Aug., 1813. 
S. Roberts. 15 Aug., 1813. 
Thos. Lyon. 15 Aug., 1813. 
John Williams, 1 Jan., 1814. 
George Bryan, 22 Feb.. 1814. 
Hector Burns, 1 April. 1M4. 
Thos. Martin. 1 April. 1814. 
L. Diffenbach, 1 April, 1814. 



Paymaster. 



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3rd Lieutenants. 
Nathl. Young, 8 March, 1814. 
G. R. Horter, 1 May, 1814. 
J. White, 1 May, 1814. 
G. Meson, 1 May, 1814. 
T. Porter, 1 May. 1814. 
J. M'Cartney, 1 May, 1814. 
Fr. Kernan, 1 May, 1814. 
J. A. Ramsey. 1 May, 1814. 
M. Thomas, Jr., 1 May, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

James Aul, 15 April, 1814. 
Jesse M'llvaine, 15 April. 1814. 
George Reed, 15 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
S. Gilliland, 15 May, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
B. Delavan, 15 April, 1814. 



SEVENTEENTH INFANTRY. 
Kentucky. 

Colonel. 
John Miller, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
George Todd, 13 March, 1814. 

Majors. 

Richd. Graham, 30 March, 1813. 
Rich. Oldhain, 9 April, 1814. 

Captains. 

H. H. Hickman. 6 July, 1812. 
David Holt, 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. J. Adair, 6 July, 1812. 
James Herron, 6 July, 1812. 
John T. Chunn, 6 July, 1812. 
John Anderson, 16 March, 1813. Topo- 
graphical Engineer. 

C. H. Holder. 29 March, 1813. 
B. W. Saunders, 16 April, 1813. 
M. L. Hawkins, 16 April, 1813. 
G. W. Jackson, 15 Aug., 1813. 

Is* Lieutenants. 
H. Crittenden. 6 July, 1812. 
Stephen Lee, 6 July. 1812. 
James Campbell, 6 July, 1812. 
James Morrow, 6 July, 1812. 
J. Hackley, Jr., 13 March. 1813. 
A. Garrett, 13 March, 1813. Paymaster. 
T. Mountjoy, 13 March, 1813. 
Philip P. Price, 30 March, 1813. 
Jonathan Rees, 30 March, 1813. 
Philip King, 15 Aug., 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Chesteen Scott, 30 March, 1813. 
Geo. Atchison, 6 April, 1813. 
A. E. Hoffman, 6 April, 1813. 
Geo. W. Stall, 6 April, 1813. 
Thos. Hawkins, 16 April. 1813. 
James Gray, 16 April, 1813. 
Asher Phillips, 20 May, 1813. 
Wm. Baylor, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Jac. Anderson, 20 Sept., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

D. L. Carney, 6 April, 1813. 
John Hamilton, 6 April, 1813. 
G. J. Floyd. 6 April. 1813. 
Reuben Taylor. 12 April. 1813. 
Wm. Eubank, 15 Aug., 1813. 
John Taylor, 20 Sept., 1813. 
John Cochran, 20 Sept., 1813. 



G. M. Beall, 19 Jan., 1814. 
John Simmons, 7 March, 1814. 
T. R. M'Knight, 7 March, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

J. Mershon, 18 June, 1813. 
Richard Doyle, 2 July, 1813. 
And. Evans, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Sam. M'Guire, 10 Aug., 1813. 
C. B. Campbell, 24 Oct., 1813. 
W. Featherston, 11 March, 1814. 
Rice L. Stuart, 17 March, 1814. 
Wm. Griffith, 26 March, 1814. 
Wm. H. Shaug, 30 March, 1814. 
O. Evans, 20 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
Wm. Turner, 7 April, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
W. S. Madison, 12 Dec., 1812. 
Clayton Tiffin, 11 March, 1814. 



EIGHTEENTH INFANTRY. 
South Carolina. 

Colonel. 
R. Dennis, 19 April, 1814. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Benajah White, 6 July, 1812. 

Majors. 

Ths. P. Moore, 20 Sept., 1813. 
R. B. Moore, 1 May, 1814. 

Captains. 

J. G. Blount, Jr., 6 July, 1812. 
George Butler, 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. Taylor, 6 July, 1812. 
H. P. Taylor, 6 July, 1812. 
Owen Clinton, 6 July, 1812. 
Jas. Hamilton, 13 March, 1813. 
M. G. Waage, 26 June, 1813. 
W. A. Blount, 14 Sept., 1813. 
Robt. Fenner, 17 March, 1814. 
B. T. Elmore, 31 March, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants,, ' 

Elias D. Dick, 6 July, 1812. 
J. W. Farrow, 6 July, 1812. Paymaster. 
Alex. King, 6 July, 1812. 
Wm. Tisdale, 6 July, 1812. 
Thos. Reynolds, 13 March, 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

T. C. Wilhight, 26 June, 1813. 
E. S. Hawkins, 30 June, 1813. 
W. N. Miller, 11 Sept., 1813. 
R. Mebane, Jr., 14 Sept., 1813. 
John Watkins, 31 March, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
H. Brown, 6 July, 1812. 
R. Thurston, 6 July, 1812. 
John Street, 6 July, 1&12. 
Alex. Pagan, 13 March. 1813. 
John Peebles, 13 March. 1813. 
W. D. Freeman, 30 June, 1813. 
Fredk. Kinloch, 11 Sept.. 1813. 
S. W. Smith, 14 Sept., 1813. 
John S. Todd. 1 Oct.. 1813. 
W. Whatley, 31 March, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
George Bruton, 14 Sept., 1813. 
J. W. Allston, 1 Oct., 1813. 
George Taylor, 20 Dec., 1813. 
A. B. Addison. 31 March, 1814. 
Wm. Smith, 31 March, 1814. 



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Th. B. Smith, 19 April. 1814. 
Th. B. Guy, 19 April, 1814. 
Jos. Jenkins, 19 April, 1814. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
James B. Hill, 6 July, 1812. 



Surgeon. 

John Hamm, 16 April, 1813. 
Surgeon's Mate. 
Ed. B. Jackson, 28 April, 1813. 



NINETEENTH INFANTRY. 

Ohio. 
Colonel. 

George Paull, 29 June, 1813. 
Lieut. Colonel. 

T. B. Van Home, 9 April, 1813. 
Majors. 

W. H. Trimble, 18 March, 1813. 
Thos. Rowland, 29 June, 1813. 

Captains. 

Wm. Bradford, 6 July, 1812. 
R. Hightower, 6 July, 1812. 
Hugh Moore, 6 July, 1812. 
Geo. Kisling, 20 May, 1813. 
Hy. Northup, 20 May, 1813. 
Joel Collins. 20 May, 1813. 
Alex. Hill. 20 May, 1813. 
William Gill, 20 May, 1813. 
R. C. Talbot. 20 May. 1813. 
J. Van Home, Jr., 20 May, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
A. P. Pinney, 20 May, 1813. 
William Baird. 20 May, 1813. 
George Will, 20 May, 1813. 
Saml. Shannon, 20 May, 1813. Paymaster. 
C. A. Trimble, 20 May, 1813. 
W. Warner, 20 May, 1813. 
Chas. A. Norton, 20 May, 1813. 
N. Gregory. 20 May, 1813. 
W. M'Donald. 20 May, 1813. 
Chas. L. Cass, 20 May, 1813. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
James Blair, 20 May. 1813. 
Jacob C. Leslie, 20 May, 1813. 
Robt. Stockton, 20 May, 1813. 
Saml. Coleman, 20 May, 1813. 
John Carroll, 20 May, 1813. 
Collin M'Cloud, 20 May, 1813. 
T. C. Shields. 20 May, 1813. 
Q. F. Atkins, 7 Aug., 1813. 
Jas. Fisk, 10 Aug., 1813. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
A. Bushnell, 20 May, 1813. 
Robert Nevill, 20 May, 1813. 
J. Swearingen, 20 May, 1813. 
James Nixon, 20 May, 1813. 
O. Granger, 20 May, 1813. 
John Goode, 20 May, 1813. 
A. Patterson. 20 May. 1813. 
John Hall. 20 May. 1813. 
John Elvain, 20 May, 1813. 
John Booten, 20 May, 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Jas. Shannon. 20 May. 1813. 
Charles Cissna. 20 May, 1813. 
Abijah Johns, 20 May, 1813. 
John H. Simons, 20 May, 1813. 
N. L. Reeves, 20 May, 1813. 
Robert Young, 20 May. 1813. 
Jno. Patterson, 20 May, 1813. 
Robert Smith, 20 May, 1813. 
N. M'Fadden, 20 May, 1813. 
Thos. Riddle, 20 May, 1813. 



TWENTIETH INFANTRY. 
Virginia. 
Colonel. 

G. C. Russell, 9 March, 1814. 
Lieut. Colonel. 

J. T. Woodford, 24 Feb., 1814. 
Majors. 

John Stanard, 3 March, 1813. 
Lewis L. Taylor, 3 March, 1813. 

Captains. 

Wm. S. Jett, Jr., 6 July, 1812. 
J. Macrae, Jr., 6 July, 1812. 
T. B. Randolph, 5 April, 1813. 
Charles Gee, 16 April, 1813. 
Bernd. Peyton, 16 April, 1813. 
M. Lynch, 11 Dec., 1813. 
J. P. Duval, 31 Jan., 1814. 
M. M. Payne, 2 March, 1814. 
W. G. Hayes, 2 March, 1814. 

la* Lieutenants. 

R. Crawford. 6 July, 1812. 
Clemt. White, 6 July, 1812. 
Thos. Harris, 6 July. 1812. 
Benjn. Smith, 5 April, 1813. 
Thos. Howson, 16 April, 1813. 
Thos. Monroe, 16 April, 1813. 
Th. Blackwell, 11 Dec., 1813. 
J. H. Howard, 2 March. 1814. 
Geo. Evans, 2 March, 1814. 
Wm. Ligon, 30 March, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
John B. Hogan, 16 April. 1813. 
W. F. Pendleton, 16 April. 1813. 
J. M. Glassell, 16 April, 1813. 
E. B. Randolph, 14 Aug., 1813. 
Daniel Booker, 15 Aug.. 1813. 
John Hill, 31 Jan., 1814. 
Jacob Koontz, 2 March, 1814. 
Thos. Rawlins, 2 March, 1814. 
Frs. Callaway, 30 March, 1814. 
Jos. Barnett, 30 March, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Samuel Harris, 14 Aug., 1813. 
G. M'Laughlin, 15 Aug., 1813. Quart 

master. 

J. Pettipool, 11 Dec.. 1813. Paymaster. 
Dabney Morris, 31 Dec., 1813. 
H. Lewis, 31 Jan., 1814. 
Jas. Fuller, 2 March, 1814. 
Robt. Carter, 2 March, 1814. 
Jos. B. Scott, 30 March. 1814. 
Ths. Rippets, 1 May, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

G. H. Rodgers, 11 March, 1814. 
R. Dangerfleld, 30 March, 1814. 
Br. Davenport, 30 March, 1814. 
C. H. Bradley, 31 March, 1814. 
W. G. Wigginton, 31 March, 1814. 
A. Douglas, 8 April, 1814. 
J. A. Lewis, 18 April, 1814. 
Drurv Stith, 10 May, 1814. 
Rt. W. Carr, 10 May, 1814. 
Rt. M. Smith, 10 May, 1814. 



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Surgeon. 
M. C. Buck, 2 July, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
W. I. Cocke, 15 April, 1814. 

TWENTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 
Massachusetts. 

Colonel. 
James Miller, 9 March, 1814. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Tim. Upham, 12 March, 1813. 

Majors. 

Jos. Grafton, 26 June, 1813. 
Rich. Pollard, 11 Dec., 1813. 

Captains. 

Josiah H. Vose, 6 July, 1812. 
Joseph Treat, 6 July, 1812. 
Chas. Procter, 6 July, 1812. 
Benjn. Ropes, 6 July, 1812. 
Leml. Bradford, 6 July, 1812. 
S. Burbank, 13 March, 1813. 
M. Marston, 26 June, 1813. 
Peres Loring, 1 Feb., 1814. 
Azor Orne, 28 Feb., 1814. Assistant In- 
spector. 
Peter Pelham, 28 Feb., 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Dan. Henderson, 6 July, 1812. 

Henry Bender, 13 May, 1813. Aid to Gen- 
eral Ripley. 

J. Bartlett, 26 June, 1813. 

Ira Drew, 30 July, 1813. 

Wm. Bowman, 14 Aug., 1813. 

James Pratt, 7 March, 1814. 

N. N. Hall, 7 March, 1814. Assistant In- 
spector. 

A. Bigelow, 7 March, 1814. Quartermaster. 
Jos. Cilley, 7 March, 1814. 

N. Blasdell, 7 March, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Edward Hall, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Brackett Paine, 7 March, 1814. 
Daniel Rose, 7 March, 1814. Assistant 

Topographical Engineer. 
J. A. Dix, 8 March, 1814. 
H. C. Babcock, 8 March, 1814. 
J. W. Holding, 8 March, 1814. 

B. Jackson, 8 March, 1814. 
B. F. Earned, 8 March, 1814. 
N. G. Bean, 8 March, 1814. 
B. Farnum, 8 March, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
N. Hinkley, 8 March, 1813. 
J. Scribner, 8 March, 1813. 
J. Craig. 8 March, 1813. 
J. B. Fuller, 1 May, 1813. 
G. H. Balding, 1 May, 1813. 

Ensigns. 

Fred. Merrill, 31 May, 1814. 
P. R. Green, 31 May, 1814. 
E. B. Lewis, 31 May, 1814. 
H. W. Bettes, 31 May, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
A. Trowbridge, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Josiah Everett, 21 July, 1813. 
Elisha Allen, 21 July, 1813. 



TWENTY-SECOND INFANTRY. 
Pennsylvania. 

Colonel. 
Hugh Brady, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
N. Pinkney, 15 April, 1814. 

Majors. 

Ralph Marlin, 3 March, 1813. 
J. JT. Arrowsmith, 21 March, 1814. 

Captains. 

Sampson S. King. 6 July, 1812. 
Jacob Carmack, 6 July, 1812. 
John Pentland, 6 July, 1812. 
Silas Amberson, 6 July, 1812. 



Espy, 16 April, 1813. 
idei 



David 

Jos. Henderson, 16* April, 1813. 
Th. Lawrence, 20 June, 1813. 
Willis Foulk, 20 June, 1813. 
John Larken, 25 Sept., 1813. 

Is* Lieutenants. 
Wm. Morrow, 6 July, 1812. 
John Greene, 13 March, 1813. Adjutant. 
S. A. Rippey, 16 April, 1813. 
G. W. Ferguson, 16 April, 1813. 
Wm. Sturgis, 20 June, 1813. 
J. Culbertson. 1 Oct., 1813. 
John D. Kehr, I Oct., 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

Gideon Low, 8 Feb., 1814. 
Th. Wright, 17 March, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
John R. Guy, 20 June, 1813. 
Jno. Armstrong, 20 June, 1813. 
John Fee, 26 June, 1813. 
Jas. M'Kenney, 25 Sept., 1813. 
Peleg Slocum, 1 Oct.. 1813. 

0. Martine, 8 Feb.. 1814. 

R. M. Davidson, 17 March, 1814. 
Samuel Brady, 2 April, 1814. 
John Arrison, 2 April, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
G. S. Wilkins, 29 July, 1813. 
James Stewart. 25 Sept., 1813. 
John Clark, 1 Sept., 1813. 
J. Sample, 28 Feb., 1814. 
C. F. Hennings, 17 March, 1814. 
David Kizer, 31 March, 1814. 
Chs. J. Brooke, 1 May, 1814. 
J. Brady, 1 May, 1814. 
J. S. Ashbridge, 1 May, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

Henry Fisher, 17 March, 1814. 
H. F. Evans, 31 March, 1814. 
J. Kline, 8 April, 1814. 
R. Whiteside. 15 April, 1814. 

1. F. Swift, 18 April, 1814. 
W. Smith, 18 April. 1814. 
I. Clements, 18 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
Edw. Scull, 8 April, 1814. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
M. I. Cunningham, 28 April, 1814. 



TWENTY-THIRD INFANTRY. 
New York. 

Colonel. 
Jas. P. Preston, 15 Aug., 1813. 



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Lieut. Colonel. 

Jas. R. Mullany, 3 March, 1813. 
Majors. 

D. M'Farland, 15 Aug., 1813. 
G. M. Brooke, 1 May, 1814. 

Captains. 

Peter Mills, 6 July, 1812. 
Derick Van Veghten, 6 July. 1812. 
Thomas Delano, 6 July, 1812. 
Hor. G. Armstrong. 25 Sept., 1812. 

ant Inspector General. 

L. B. Canfield, 25 Sept., 1812. 
Isaac Roach, Jr., 13 April, 1813. 
S. D. Wattles. 20 June, 1813. 
A. W. Odell, 20 June, 1813. 

E. F. Gilbert, 26 June, 1813. 
Wm. Clarke, 15 Oct., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

John M'Cartev. 6 July, 1812. 

R. Goodell, 6 July. 1812. 

W. J. Worth, 19 July, 1812. Aid to Major 
General Lewis. 

H. Whiting, 20 June, 1812. 

P. L. Hogeboom, 20 June, 1812. Pay- 
master. 

Fred. Brown, 20 June, 1812. 

Abijah Bennet, 20 June, 1812. Aid to 
Brig. General Cass. 

R. Simons, 15 Oct., 1812. 

J. P. Livingston, 19 Dec., 1812. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Levi S. Burr. 18 March, 1813. 
J. M'Auley, Jr., 16 April, 1813. 
Jus. Ingersoll, 20 June, 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

Saml. Tappan, 20 June. 1813. 
I. H. Wats, 21 June, 1813. 
Alph. Wetmore, 26 June, 1813. 
W. G. Belknap, 15 Oct., 1813. 
S. B. Griswold, 19 Dec., 1813. 
Zadoc P. Morse, 19 April, 1814. 
John Jones, 19 April, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Rd. C. Smith, 3 May, 1813. 
James S. Abeel. 3 May, 1813. 
Abm. Cantine, 10 May, 1813. 
J. P. Dieterich. 10 Mav. 1813. 
Rd. Phillips. 13 May, 1813. 
Samuel R. Hill, 21 June. 1813. 
Ezra King, 15 Oct., 1813. 
John B. Truax, 19 Dec., 1813. 
Francis Blaize, 19 April, 1814. 
Dudley Lamb, 19 April, 1814. 

Ensign. 
Isaac W. Webb, 3 Dec., 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Silas Fuller, 6 July, 1812. 

Surgeon's Mates. 

John Gale. 9 July, 1812. 
Henry White, 28 July, 1813. 



Majors. 

F. W. Armstrong. 26 June, 1813. 
Robert Butler, 15 Aug., 1813. 
staff. 

Captains. 

Alexander Gray, 6 July, 1812. 
Jno. A. Rodgers, 6 July. 1812. 
Wm. O. Allen, 6 July, 1812. 
Robert Desha. 6 July, 1812. 
J. H. Campbell, 6 July, 1812. 
Minor Sturgus, 13 May, 1813. 
Frank Hampton, 26 June, 1813. 
W. O. Winston. 15 Aug., 1813. 
W. Wilkinson, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Silas Stephens, 18 April, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 

James Stuart, 6 July, 1812. 
Rt. Buntin. Jr., 26 June, 1813. 
Caleb G. Fobes, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Joseph Perkins, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Abner Hynes, 30 Aug., 1813. 
T. P. Favrot, 15 Oct., 1813. 
Adam Peck, 15 Oct., 1813. 
Litt. Johnson, 17 March, 1814. 
Saml. Y. Balch, 17 March, 1814. 
John Butler, 17 March, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Jos. A. Martin, 14 Aug., 1813. 
W. M. Crawford, 15 Aug., 1813. 
J. S. Williamson, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Francis Valle, 30 Aug., 1813. 
John Gilbreath, 15 Oct., 1813. 
Rd. M. Woods, 18 Dec., 1813. 
F. Baldridge, 19 Dec., 1813. 
Ab. Brittain, 17 March, 1814. 
I. S. Hackett, 17 March, 1814. 
W. G. Childress, 17 March, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

W. K. Paulling, 15 Oct., 1813. 
Wm. Johnson, 18 Dec., 1813. 
Elijah Hayne, 14 May, 1814. 
Benj. S. Rue, 14 May, 1814. 
Elisha Walker, 14 May. 1814. 
Benj. Davis, 14 May, 1814. 
T. B. Young, 14 May, 1814. 
Wm. S. Wells. 14 May. 1814. 
Wm. Nelson, 14 May, 1814. 
F. Woodward, 14 May, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

Wm. Jones, 15 April, 1814. 
A. D. Masters, 18 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
Henry Skinner, 5 April, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
C. Humphries, 25 April, 1812. 
Harry Bradford, 9 Aug., 1813. 



TWENTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 
Tennessee. 

Colonel. 
W. P. Anderson, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Jos. L. Smith, 12 March, 1813. 



TWENTY-FIFTH INFANTRY. 
Connecticut. 

Colonel. 
G. M'Feeley, 15 April, 1814. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Jonas Cutting, 6 July, 1812. 

Majors. 

T. S. Jesup. 6 April, 1813. 
C. K. Gardner, 26 June, 1813. Adjutant 
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Captains. 

Geo. Howard, 6 July 181 9 
Joseph Kinney, 13 March, 1813. 
T. M. Read, 16 April, 1813. 
J. B. Murdoch, 16 April, 1813. 
Henry Dyer, 20 June, 1813. 
J. A. Thomas, 15 Aug., 1813 
Benj. Watson, 15 Aug., 1813. 

D. Ketchum, 30 Sept., 1813 
J. Burbidge. 15 Feb., 1814. 
Edward White, 14 March, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Daniel Forward, 16 April, 1813. 
Archd. C. Crary, 16 April, 1813. 
T. S. Seymour, 20 June, 1813 
Jesse Beach, 26 June, 1813. 

E. Shaylor, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Alex. T. F. Bill, 15 Aug., 1813. 
John G. Munn, 15 Aug., 1813 
Geo. M'Chain, 30 Sept., 1813. 

master. 

J. Hutchinson, 15 Feb., 1814 
, G. Talcott, Jr., 14 March, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Russell Eddy, 13 July, 1813. 
John Gifford, 13 July, 1813. 
J. D. Brown 15 Aug., 1813 
S. H. Devotion, 28 Sept., 1813. 
Henry De Witt. 15 Feb., 1814 
D. F. Wilcox, 14 March, 1814. 
C. Burbridge. 14 March. 1814. 
T. Pachin, 14 March, 1814. 
Jas. Murphy. 1 May, 1814. 
I. Holcomb. 1 May, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
P. Woodbury, 30 March, 1814. 



Quarter- 



Paymaster. 



TWENTY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 
Vermont. 

Colonel. 
Isaac Clark, 6 July, 1812. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Benj. Forsyth, 15 April, 1814. 

Major. 
Isaac Finch, 6 June, 1814. 

Captains. 

Elis Boarman, 21 April, 1814. 
James. Hedges. 21 April, 1814. 
Ira Williams, 21 April, 1814. 
Th. Coleman, 21 April, 1814. 
Jos Thompson, 21 April. 1814. 
S. C. Cotton, 21 April, 1814. 
I. Levake, 21 April, 1814. 
W. Farnsworth, 21 April. 1814. 
I. Campbell. 21 April, 1814. 
G. H. Grosvenor, 21 April, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 
W. Bezean, 17 March, 1814 
G. W. Templeton. 21 April. 1814. 
Harvey Gilman, 21 April. 1814. 
J. C. Walker. 21 April. 1814. 
Phi. Smith. 21 April. 1814. 
Ja. Wheepley, 21 April, 1814. 
J. Morehouse, 21 April. 1814. 
J. Boardman, 21 April. 1814. 
P. Callan. 20 May, 1814. 
J. A. Binns, 20 May, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
M. Scott. 21 April. 1814. 
T. French, 21 April, 1814. 
9 



I. Black, 21 April, 1814. 
Hor. Broughton, 21 April, 1814. 
Seth Hall, 21 April, 1814. 
Jacob Robinson, 21 April, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Saml. Rich, 21 April, 1814. 
SI. Chittenton, 21 April, 1814 
Aug. Lavaik, 21 April, 1814. ' 



AV- ,T- ^l lard 21 A P r11 ' 1814 - 
Walter Thomas, 21 April, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

S. K. Gilchrist, 21 April, 1814. 
Ths. Waide, 17 May, 1814. 

Surgeon. 

H. Stanard, 13 April, 1814. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
M. J. Cunningham, 27 April, 1814. 



TWENTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

New York. 
Lieut. Colonel. 

Alex. Denniston, 15 April, 1814. 
Majors. 

J. D. Wadsworth, 15 April, 1814. 
Clarks. Crolius, 15 April, 1814. 

Captains. 

C. Kartell, 21 April, 1814 
Ch. Hughes, 21 April, 1814. 
Ben. Wood, 21 April, 1814. 
Ths. Earle, 21 April, 1814 
A. Reynolds, 21 April, 1814. 
A. T. Crane, 21 April, 1814. 
Wm. Shotwell, 21 April, 1814 
Danl. Warren, 21 April, 1814. 
Geo. Maxwell, 21 April, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Wm. Perron, 21 April, 1814. 
Jas. Kerr, 21 April, 1814. 
Rt. P. Ross, 21 April, 1814. . 
Danl. L. Scott, 21 April, 1814. 
Jas. I. Ryan, 21 April, 1814. 
Rt. M'Elworth, 21 April, 1814. 
R. Hall, 21 April, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
T. Darling, 21 April, 1814. 
Isaac Piesey, 21 April. 1814. 
N. G. Gartner, 21 April, 1814. 
Stew. Elder, 21 April, 1814 
Th. M'Conkey, 21 April, 1814. 
Jacob S. Brown, 21 April, 1814 
Jas. Gary, 21 April. 1814. 
T. Y. Spicer. 21 April. 1814. 
Ol. Vance, 21 April, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
R. Geer, 21 April, 1814. 
Jas. Mears, 21 April, 1814. 
Const. Clifford, 21 April, 1814. 
T. Crawford, 21 April, 1814. 

D. M. Darrow. 21 April. 1814. 
Pat. M'Keon, 17 May, 1814. 

Ensign. 
T. Behan, 21 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
A. M. Smith, 21 April, 1814. 



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TWENTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 
Kent uck i/. 
Colonel. 
T. Deye Owings, 11 March, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

John Campbell, 31 Jan., 1814. 
Majors. 

James Smiley, 11 March. 1813. 
Jas. Doherty, 19 April, 1814. 

Captains. 

Geo. Stockton, 20 May, 1813. 
Henry C. Gist, 20 May, 1813. 
John Lowrey, 20 May, 1813. 

C. S. Todd, 20 May, 1813. Assistant In- 
spector General. 

J. Megowan, 20 May, 1813. 
N. H. Moore, 20 May, 1813. 
Henry Daniel, 20 May, 1813. 
T. L. Butler, 30 June, 1813. 
Jos. C. Belt. 10 Oct., 1813. 
David M'Nair, 20 Feb., 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Mat. H. Jouitt, 20 May, 1813. 
Jas. Hickman, 20 May, 1813. 
John Mason, 20 May, 1813. 
Th. Edmonson, 20 May, 1813. 
Reasin H. Gist, 30 June, 1813. 

D. G. Cowan, 1 Aug., 1813. 
W. D. Hayden, 10 Oct., 1813. 
John C. Kouns. 20 Feb.. 1814. 
W. Henry, 17 March. 1814. 
Wm. Stewart, 17 March, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

John Trumbs. 30 June, 1813. 
Joseph Taylor, 1 Aug.. 1813. 
John Wyatt, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Robert Clark, 10 Oct., 1813. 
Daniel Conner, 16 Oct., 1813. 
Jonas Jordan, 20 Feb., 1814. 

C. Harrison, 17 March, 1814. 
John B. Clark, 9 April. 1814. 
Peter Davis, 9 April, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

W. P. S. Blair. 1 June. 1813. 
Jos. Dawson, 1 Aug.. 1813. 
J. Roads, 16 Oct., 1813. 

D. Brown, 16 Oct., 1813. 
Grany. N. Love, 14 May. 1814. 
James Finley, 14 May, 1814. 
John Harvey, 14 May, 1814. 
Peter Bryan, 14 May, 1814. 

Ensifj ns. 

P. S. Richardson. 15 April, 1814. 
Biram Williams, 15 April. 1814. 
Richd. Mitchell, 15 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
N. L. Boulden, 15 April, 1814. 



TWENTY-NINTH INFANTRY. 
New York. 

Colonel. 
M. Smith, 12 April, 1813. 

I. i<-iit. Colonel. 
G. D. Young. 12 April, 1813. 



Majors. 

John E. Wool, 13 April, 1813. 
Asa B. Sizer, 13 April, 1813. 

Captains. 

P. B. Van Beuren, 30 April, 1813. 
B. Schuyler, 30 April, 1813. 
M. D. Danvers, 30 April. 1813. 
Elarn Lynds, 30 April, 1813. 
J. C. Rochester, 30 April, 1813. 
Jas. B. Spencer, 30 April, 1813. 
A. Spencer, Jr., 20 Feb.. 1814. 

A. C. Spencer, 14 March, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 
G. Dumbleton, 30 April. 1813. 
Joel Peebles, 30 April, 1813. 
J. B. Stewart, 30 April, 1813. 
Tennis Hanson, 30 April, 1813. 

B. A. Boynton, 25 Nov., 1813. 
T. Brownson, 25 Nov., 1813. 
Daniel Adams, 20 Dec., 1813. 
H. Van Antwerp. 20 Feb., 1814. 
Th. Sutton. 14 March, 1814. 
Sylvanus Mott, 1 May, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
S. D. Kellogg. 25 Nov., 1813. 
Jas. Palmer. 20 Dec.. 1813. 
Daniel Smith. Jr., 11 Jan., 1814. 
Alton Nelson. 31 Jan.. 1814. 
P. R. Halstead. 20 Feb.. 1814. 
T. Vail, 14 March, 1814. 
S. Newcomb. 5 April. 1814. 
T. Turner, Jr.. 1 May. 1814. 
J. R. Townseud, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

Walter Smith, 7 Nov., 1813. 
John Sing, 25 Nov., 1813. 
John Wynkoop, 25 Nov., 1813. 
J. W. Lansing. 30 Nov.. 1813. 

C. S. Stuart. 20 Dec., 1813. 
M. A. Patrick. 1 May, 1814. 
Saml. Burr. 1 May, 1814. 
G. Bacon, 1 May. 1814. 

C. Kelloog, 1 May, 1814. 
M. Bowers, 1 May, 1814. 

Surf/con. 
Martin Jennison, 1 July, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
R. C. W T almsey, 1 July, 1813. 



THIRTIETH INFANTRY. 
Vermont. 

Colonel. 
Elias Fasset, 23 Feb., 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Martin Norton, 23 Feb., 1813. 

Major. 
John Bayley, 23 Feb., 1813. 

Captain*. 

S. Wright. 30 April, 1813. 
Salmon Clark, 30 April. 1813. 
David Sanford. 30 April. 1813. 
John Wires, 30 April. 1813. 
D. Farrington. 30 April, 1813. 
G. Spencer, Jr.. 30 April. 1813. 
S. Danforth, 30 April, 1813. 
James Taylor, 30 April. 1813. 
Wm. Miller, 31 Jan.. IS! 4. 
S. Robinson, 5 March, 1814. 



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1st Lieutenants. 

Win. Barney, 30 April, 1813. 

Wm. Myrick, 30 April, 1813. 

J. M. Young, 30 April. 1813. 

G. W. Kendell, 30 April, 1813. 

Israel Smith, 30 April, 1813. Paymaster. 

G. Brownson, 15 Aug., 1813. 

J. H. Burton, 31 Deo.. 1813. Adjutant. 

Steph. Rumsey. 31 Jan., 1814. 

A. Bostwick, 18 Feb., 1814. Quartermaster. 

Gideon Hawley, 5 March, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Th. Stephens, 30 April, 1813. 
Elisha Smith, 30 April, 1813. 
Jas. Johnson, 30 April, 1813. 
M. L. Selden. 15 Aug., 1813. 
Benjn. Darby, 18 Sept., 1813. 
Benjn. Fasset, 31 Dec., 1813. 
Nat. Spaldiug. 31 Jan., 1814. 
R. B. Hyde. 18 Feb., 1814. 
Phelps Smith. 5 March, 1814. 
Almerin Smith, 5 March, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Return Strong, 30 April. 1813. 
H. Wadams. 30 April. 1813. 
James Smith, 30 April, 1813. 
Th. Chittendeu. 15 Aug., 1813. 
Hen. Heudrix. 18 Sept., 1813. 
S. Hatheway, 31 Dec., 1813. 
A. H. Dake. 31 Jan., 1814. 
J. R. 1'ettibone. 18 Feb., 1814. 
R. R. Childs, 5 March, 1814. 
Danl. Griswold, 5 March, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

W. B. Ferris. 30 April. 1813. 
Stephen Webb, 30 April. 1813. 
James Gilbert, 11 March, 1814. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
W. A. Needham, 19 July, 1813. 



2nd 



mints. 



THIRTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 
Vermont. 

Colonel. 
Danl. Dana, 23 Feb., 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Huckens Storrs, 23 Feb., 1813. 

Majors. 

R. B. Brown, 9 March, 1814. 
P. Muhlenberg, 1 May, 1814. 

Captains. 
D. A. A. Buck. 30 April. 1813. 
Asa Aikins. 30 April. 1813. 
Rufus Stewart, 30 April, 1813. 
Ethan Burnap, 30 April, 1813. 
Joseph Morril, 30 April, 1813. 
Silas Dickinson, 30 April, 1813. 

C. L. Kockwood, 11 Jan., 1814. 
And\v. Arnold, 11 Jan., 1814. 
J. S. Bicknell. 11 Jan.. 1814. 
Levi Towers, 11 Jan., 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 

D. C. Bryant, 30 April. 1813. 
Levi Cox, 11 Jan.. 1814. 

A. W. Brown, 11 Jan., 1814. 
Simon Brown. 11 Jan.. 1814. 
Asa Baker. 11 Jan., 1814. 
John Farwell, 31 Jan.. 1814. 
John Hatch, 2 Feb.. 1814. 

B. Emmons. 1 May, 1814. Quartermaster. 
Eleazer Davis, 1 May, 1814. 



John Pratt, Jr., 11 Jan, 1814 

Jonathan Eddy. 11 Jan., 1814 

S- Wetherbee. Jr., 11 Jan.. 1814. 

F. Nickinson, 11 Jan., 1814. 

Harvey Oilman, 31 Jan., 1814 

Jeremiah York, 17 Feb., IS it 

S. M. Perkins, 21 Feb., 1814. 

J. Y. Sawyer, 18 April, 1814. 

S. Stevens, Jr., 1 May, 1814. Paymaster. 

Isaac Briggs, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
J. Greenleaf, 11 Jan., 1814 
Aaron Matson, 11 Jan., 1814. 
Daniel Pearson, 1 May, 1814 
Clark Smith, 1 May, 1814. 
J. E. Albro, 1 May. 1814. 
L. P. Wheelock, 1 May, 1814. 
Noadiah Kibby, 1 May, 1814. 
E. Chase, 1 May, 1814. 
E. W. Buchannon, 1 May, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

J. H. Atherton, 8 April. 1814. 
H. S. Cabot, 8 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
P. S. Mason, 29 June, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Wm. Paddock, 29 June, 1813. 



THIRTY-SECOND INFANTRY. 
Delaware and Pennsylvania. 

Colonel. 
S. E. Fotterall, 6 May, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
S. B. Davis, 6 May, 1813. 

Majors. 

Geo. H. Hunter, 6 May, 1813. 
A. H. Holmes, 18 April, 1814. Major bre- 
vet, 4 March. 

Captains. 

G. F. Goodman, 18 March. 1813. 
Wm. Smith. 18 March. 1813. 
Samuel Borden, 17 May, 1813. 
Thos. Town, 17 May, 1813. 
Jno. Steele. Jr.. 17 May, 1813. 
J. J. Robinson, 17 May, 1813. 
Jona. B. Smith, 17 May, 1813. 
Horatio Davis, 17 May. 1813. 
Robt. Patterson. 19 April, 1814. 
Pr. P. Walter, 19 April, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Claudius F. Le Grand. 17 April, 1813. 
Richard Bache, 17 April. 1813. 
Maskline Clark, 17 April. 1813. 
John Suter, 17 April. 1813. 
John Wilson. 16 July, 1813. 
Jas. M'Karaher. 5 Oct., 1813. 
C. B. Hopkins. 5 Oct.. 1813. 
Joseph Baldwin. 19 April. 1814. 
Wm. Crosier, 19 April. 1814. Paymaster. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Anthony Bonnaffon, 17 May, 1813. 
Th. F. Hargis. 17 May. 1813. 
Chas. Kean, 17 May. 1813. 
De E. Sweeny, 16 July, 1813. 
A. L. Gamble. 5 Oct., 1813. 
H. M'Clelland, 5 Oct.. 1813. 
Geo. Dannaker, 19 April, 1814. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1814. 



Thos. M'Elvee, 19 April, 1814. 
John Stewart, 19 April, 1814. 
Henry Wilson, 19 April, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

H. Gulick, 16 July, 1813. 
Jas. M'llvaine. 5 Oct., 1813. 
G. F. H. Crocket, 5 Oct., 1813. 

Ensign. 
J. W. Copes, 19 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
Frank Bache, 25 April, 1814. 



THIRTY-THIRD INFANTRY. 
Massachusetts. 

. Colonel. 
Isaac Lane, 23 Feb., 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
H. Stark, 1 May, 1814. 

Majors. 

Danl. Lane. 23 Feb., 1813. 
J. Walworth, 1 May, 1814. 

Captains. 

Benin. Adams, 30 April, 1813. 
Benin. Dunn, 30 April, 1813. 
R K. Goodenow, 30 April, 1813. 
Isaac Hodsdon, 30 April, 1813. 
Chas. Lothrop, 30 April, 1813. 
Th. Dinsmore, 30 April, 1813. 
James Curry, 30 April. 1813. 
Joel Millikin, 3 Nov., 1813. 
Josiah Moulton, 19 April, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Stephen Bean, 30 April, 1813. 
Jere. Goodwin, 30 April, 1813. Paymaster. 
Geo. Scammon, 30 April, 1813. Adjutant. 
Eben. Seavey, 30 April, 1813. 
Jos. Morrison, 30 April, 1813. 
Isaac F. Snow, 3 Nov., 1813. Quarter- 
master. 

Alx. Worster, 31 Dec., 1813. 
T. Buckminster, 10 Feb., 1814. 
James Willey, 19 April, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
M. M'Lane. 30 April, 1813. 
S. Woodman. Jr.. 30 April, 1813. 
Wm. Cutts. 2 Nov., 1813. 
Joseph Bryant, 3 Nov., 1813. 
B. Palmer, Jr., 31 Dec., 1813. 
Hanson Hayes. 10 Feb.. 1814. 
John Dunn, 19 April, 1814. 
Rufus K. Lane, 29 April. 1814. 
Jona. Goodwin, 29 April, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

James Walker, 2 Nov., 1813. 
Nathl. Webster. 3 Nov.. 1813. 
James Banks. 31 Dec., 1813. 
Oeo. Dunham. 1 Jan., 1814. 
J. B. Hartford. 10 Feb.. 1814. 
Joseph Snow. 31 March, 1814. 
Samuel Powell, 29 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
Perl. F. Groves, 10 April, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Ward Bnssett. 10 April. 1813. 
John P. Briggs, 10 April, 1813. 



THIRTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 
Massachusetts. 

Colonel. 
J. D. Learned, 23 Feb., 1813. 

Majors. 

T. M. Vinson, 23 Feb., 1813. 
Wm. Piatt, 9 March, 1814. 

Captains. 

Peter Chadwick, 30 April, 1813 
Robt. Douglass, 30 April, 1813. 
Benjn. Poland, 30 April, 1813. 
Rbt. R. Kendall, 30 April, 1813. 
Wm. Sweet, 30 April, 1813. 
Isaac Carter, 30 April, 1813. 
Jos. C. Adams, 30 April, 1813. 
J. Merrill. 31 Jan., 1814. 
Ths. Bailey, 24 March, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Jeremiah Edes, 30 April, 1813. 

Edw. Barneville, 30 April. 1813. 

Elihu Norton, 30 April, 1813. 

Nathl. Gookin. 16 May, 1813. 

W. A. Springer, 10 Nov., 1813. 

Joseph Summer, 31 Jan., 1814. Adjutant. 

Nathl. Wilson, 24 March, 1814. 

David Sherman, 24 March, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
S. Dearborn, 30 April, 1813. 
Timothy Bacon, 30 April, 1813. 
Calvin Crocker. 30 April, 1813. 
Otis Robbins, 1 Nov.. 1813. 
Royal D. Simons, 10 Nov., 1813. 
Thos. Johnson, 31 Jan., 1814. 
Robert Gibson, 7 March, 1814. 
Moses Clough, 8 March, 1814. 
Jos. M'Clure, 24 March, 1814. 
Edwd. Springer, 24 March, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

Isaac Townsend, 30 April, 1813. 
Supply B. Gookin, 1 July. 1813. 
Flavel Sabin, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Henry Taylor. 1 Nov., 1813. 
Steph. Merrill, 10 Nov., 1813. 
D. Farnsworth, 31 Jan., 1814. 
Josiah Parlin, 7 March, 1814. 
Cotton Ward, 8 March, 1814. 

Bwryeon. 

Jotham Forbes, 30 April, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Charles Loring, 20 May, 1813. 
Thad. Hubbard, 20 May, 1813. 



THIRTY-FIFTH INFANTRY. 
Virginia. 

Colonel. 
Jos. Goodwyn, 3 March, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Robert Pegram, 3 March, 1813. 

Majors. 

Aug. C. Smith, 3 March, 1813. 
A. I. M'Connico, 22 March, 1813. 

Captain*. 

Danl. C. Butts. 31 March. IS! 3. 
Saml. M'Guire, 31 March, 1813. 



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M. Taliaferro. 31 March. 1813. 
John Thorp, 31 March, 1813. 
B. Ilardaway, 31 March. 1813. 
Benj. B. Jones, 31 March, 1813. 
F. K. Walker, 31 March, 1813. 
W. T. Cocke, 31 March, 1813. 
Isaac T. Preston, 31 March, 1813. 
John W. Stith, 1 May, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Christn. Miller, 31 March, 1813. 
James Belches, 31 March, 1813. 
Th. J. Parker. 31 March, 1813. 
John G. Crump, 31 March. 1813. 
Blair Boiling. 31 March, 1813. 
Kd\v. L. Pegram. 31 March, 1813. 
John Garland, 31 March, 1813. 
L. Daugerfleld, 1 May, 1814. 
Win. Rivers, 1 May, 1814. 
Henry Cook, 1 May, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Wm. Loyall. 31 March, 1813. 
S. C. Williams. 31 March, 1813. 
David B. Stith, 31 March, 1813. 
John B. Hall, 31 March. 1813. 
Ch. R. Rose, 22 Jan., 1814. 

D. Shelton, 3 March, 1814. 
Ch. Hutchins, 8 March, 1814. 
Th. K. Ball, 1 May, 1814. 

Win. Dunn, 1 May, 1814. Paymaster. 
Fr. Charlton, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

R. Crockwell, 31 March, 1813. 
Winfield Jones, 31 March, 1813. 
Samuel Kirby, 31 Dec., 1813. 
Jno. Thompson, 22 Jan.. 1814. 
R. W. Scott, 3 March, 1814. 
P. R. Burwell, 8 March. 1814. 
John Huson, 1 May, 1814. 
Lawr. M. Gale, 1 May, 1814. 
Benl. Johnson, 1 May, 1814. 
Fr. 'W. Brady, 1 May, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

Richard Watts, 8 April. 1814. 
Ch. Daniel. 8 April. 1814. 
H. Bibb, 3 May, 1814. 
R. A. Crowder. 10 May, 1814. 
Th. J. Wootton, 10 May, 1814. 

E. Archer. 10 May, 1814. 
H. F. Farley, 10 May, 1814. 
P. H. Mann, 10 May, 1814. 
CL. P. Lanier, 10 May, 1814. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
W. W. Southall, 20 July, 1813. 
L. R. Robinson, 8 April, 1814. 



THIRTY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 
Maryland and Virginia. 

Colonel. 
penry Carbery, 22 March, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
William Scott, 25 March, 1813. 

Majors. 

Alex. Stuart. 25 March. 1813. 
Henry Lee, Jr., 8 April, 1813. 

Captains. 

Joseph Hook. 30 April, 1813. 
Henry C. Neale. 30 April. 1813. 
Jos. S. Nelson. 30 April. 1813. 
1C. C. Randolph, 30 April, 1813. 



Thos. Carbery, 30 April, 1813. 
Samuel Rasin, 30 April, 1813. 
J. J. Merrick, 30 April, 1813. 
Mort. D. Hall, 30 April, 1813. 
H. W. Deneale, 30 April, 1813. 
Thos. Corcoran, 30 April, 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Wm. C. Hobbs, 30 April, 1813. 

James Neale, 30 April, 1813. 

John Ricaud, 30 April, 1813. Paymaster. 

James Ord, 30 April, 1813. 

Fran. J. Neale, 30 April, 1813. 
John Chauncey, 30 April, 1813. 
Wm. N. Earle, 15 Aug., 1813. 
W. L. Rogers, 1 May, 1814. 
R. K. Watts, 1 May, 1814. 
Cle. Sewell, 1 May, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Chas. Queen, 30 April, 1813. 
Wm. Merrick, 15 Aug., 1813. 
Wm. A. Rind, 15 Aug., 1813. 
George Slye, 21 Feb., 1814. 
Wright Hall, 21 Feb., 1814. 
Henry Redman. 1 May, 1814. 
F. J. Wheeler, 1 May, 1814. 
J. M. Burgess, 1 May, 1814. 
Philip Fisher, 1 May, 1814. 
John Clark, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

Edward Scott, 15 Aug., 1813. 

John Mansfield. 17 March, 1814. 

H. Dunlap. 17 March, 1814. Quartermaster. 

M. Latimore, 17 March, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

W. Washington, 23 April, 1814. 
N. Bateman, 3 May, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
Thos. P. Hall, 10 July, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Caleb Parker, 26 May, 1814. 



THIRTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 
Connecticut. 

Colonel. 

H. Atkinson, 15 April, 1814. 
Lieut. Colonel. 
A. Benjamin, 11 March, 1813. 

Majors. 

Roswell Lee, 3 March, 1813. 
Saml. Hoadley, 11 March, 1813. 

Captains. 

Elizur Warner, 30 April, 1813. 
Christ. Ripley, 30 April. 1813. 
Chauncey Ives, 30 April. 1813- 
S. B. Northrop. 30 April, 1813. 
Riley Sweet, 30 April, 1813. 
Noah T. Ferry. 30 April. 1813. 
Steph. D. Tilden, 30 April 1813. 
Guy Gaylord 31 May 1813. 
J. Brown, 9 March, 1814. 



. rown, , . 

H. W. Huntington, 31 March, 1! 

1st Lieutenants. 
David C. Welsh, 30 April, 1813. 

master. 1010 

Wm. Morgan, 30 April. 1813 
Step. Drummer. 30 April. 1813. 
Elipha Ripley, 30 April, 1813. 



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Demas Deming. 30 April, 1813. 
Chaun. Hosford, 30 April. 1813. 
David Gibbs, 30 April. 1813. 
Solomon Dewy, 31 May, 1813. 
Henry Starr. 9 -March, 1814. 
Danl. Bicknell, 31 March, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Jas. L. Reynolds. 30 April. 1813. 
Eli Bradley. 30 April. 1813. 
David Tracey, 30 April. 1813. 
W. Wakeman. 30 April, 1813. 
Nathan Clark. 19 May, 1813. 
Samuel Keeler, 31 Jan.. 1814. 
Ralph Steel, 9 March, 1814. 
J. R. Warren, 1 May, 1814. 
Saml. Robinson, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

Irad Storrs, 30 April, 1813. 
Jno. Phelps. Jr., 3 June. 1813. 
Saml. Keeler. Jr.. 17 Dec., 1813. 
Oren Hatch, 31 Jan., 1814. 
Lyman Mallory, 31 Jan.. 1814. 
Henry Lord. 9 March. 1814. 
Thomas Hewit. 31 March. 1814. 
John Fellows, 1 May, 1814. 
Ebenezer Fisk, 1 May, 1814. 
Jas. Smith, Jr., 1 May, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
Elijah Butts, 20 May, 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Asahel Hall, 19 Sept., 1813. 



THIRTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 
Maryland. 

Colonel. 
Peter Little, 19 May, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Wm. Steuart, 19 May, 1813. 

Majors. 

Oeo. Keyser. 19 May. 1813. 
E. Cutler, 1 May, 1814. 

Captains. 

James IT. Hook, 20 May. 1813. 
John Rothrock. 20 May. 1813. 
Isaac Aldridge. 20 May. 1813. 
John Brookes. 20 May'. 1813. 
John Buck. 20 May. 1813. 
Henrv O'Neal. 20 May. 1813. 
Ch. Stansbury. 20 May. 1813. 
S. C. Leakin, 20 May/ 1813. 
John Mowton, 1 May. 1814. 
James Smith, 20 May, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 
William Ford. 20 May. 1813. 
ITonry S. Geyer. 20 May. 1813. Paymaster. 
William Hall, 20 May. 1813. 
Joshua Medtart. 15 Aug.. 1813. 
James Holmes. 31 Dec.. 1813. 
B. B. Sweeting. ?.2 April. 1814. 
Jerem. Green. 1 May, 1814. 
J. M. Barrett, 1 May. 1S14. 
Wm. Jones. 1 May. 1814. 
Jas. S. Griffin, 20 May, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Goo. Fletcher. 20 May. 1813. 
John Sticher. 20 May. 1813. . 

Wm. II. Bates. 15 Aug.. 1813. 
D. W. Duncan, 3 Dec., 1813. 



Peter Keyser, 22 April, 1814. 
Saml. Barkley, 1 May, 1814. 
Wm. Harwood, 1 May, 1814. 

F. W. Hoffman, 1 May. 1814. 
Henry Huber. 1 May. 1814. 
Benj. P. Head, 20 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

Cassa. Watkins, 31 Dec.. 1813. 
John Savery, 7 Jan., 1814. 
Rich. M. Sands, 22 April, 1814. 
Jno. B. Martin. 1 May, 1814. 
John Spicknall, 1 May. 1814. 
J. Cochran, 20 May, 1814. 

Ensign,. 
L. Bateman, 20 May, 1814. 

Surgeon. 

W. N. Mercer, 7 Aug., 1813. 

Surgeon's Mate. 

G. Berry, 8 April, 1814. 



THIRTY-NINTH INFANTRY. 
Tennessee. 

Colonel. 
John Williams, 18 June, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Th. H. Benton, 18 June, 1813. 

Majors. 

Wm. Peacock. 29 July, 1813. 
Uriah Blue, 13 March, 1814. 

Captains. 

John Phagan. 29 July. 1813. 
William Walker, 29 July, 1813. 
Benj. Reynolds. 29 July. 1813. 
John B. Long, 29 July. 1813. 

A. H. Douglass, 29 July, 1813. 
Hen. Henniger, 29 July. 1813. 
John Jones. 29 July, 1813. 
James Davis, 29 July, 1813. 
Thos. Stuart, 29 July. 1813. 
James Gray, 1 May, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Rbt. M. Somerville. 29 July. 1813. 
Benj. Wright. 29 July. 1813. 
Samuel Wilson. 29 July, 1813. 
Jas. M'Donald. 29 July. 1813. 
Nath. Smith, 29 July, 1813. 
Joel Denton. 29 July. 1813. 

B. M. Patterson. 11 Jan.. 1814. 
M C. Molton, 17 March. 1814. 
James Leith, 1 May, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Ashlay Stanfleld. 29 July. 1813. 
Jesse C. Tate. 29 July, 1813. 
Jos. R. Henderson. 29 July. 1813. 
Guy Smith. 29 July. 1813. 
David M'Millen, 29 July. 1813. 
Benjn. Duncan. 11 Jan., 1814. 
M. W. M'Clellan. 17 March, 1814. 
Isaac Paugle. 1 May. 1814. 
Simpson Payne. 1 Mav. 1814. 
R. Queries, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenant*. 
S. Houston. 31 Dec.. 1813. 
T. C. Hindman. 11 Jan.. 1814. 
1. Pnrrish. 8 March. 1R14. 
A. Gre^r. 17 March. 1814. 
J. K. Snap, 1 May, 1814. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1814. 



X. Dortch, 1 May. 1814. 

J. Corn. 1 May, 1814. 

M. F. De Graffenreidt, 1 May, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

Cor. X. Lewis, 26 March, 1814. 
D. Alexander. 31 March, 1814. 
C. Summerville, 25 April, 1814. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
John H. Read, 2 July, 1813. 



A. Clarke, 11 March, 1814 

D. Cops, 11 March, 1814. 
Josh. Mason. 30 March, 1814. 
Josh. Brown, 15 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
M. H. Elliott, 11 March, 1814. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Wat Stearne, 11 March, 1814. 

E. Judson, 31 May, 1814. 



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FORTIETH INFANTRY. 
Massachusetts. 

Colonel. 
Jas. Loring, Jr., 31 July, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
John Breck, 19 July, 1813. 

Majors. 

Perle.v Putnam, 19 July, 1813. 
R. Whartenby, 1 May, '1814. 

Captains. 

J. B. Varnum, 19 July, 1813. 
Seth W. Nye, 19 July, 1813. 
James Perry, 29 July, 1813. 
Leonard Ross. 1 Aug., 1813. 
M. N. Sanborn, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Robert Neale, Jr.. 1 Aug., 1813. 
John Leonard. 6 Aug., 1813 
John Bailey, 1 Sept., 1813. 
Elisha Field, 1 Sept., 1813. 
John Fillebrown, 1 Sept., 1813. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Robt. Carter, 29 July. 1813. 
Daniel P. Brown, 1 Aug., 1813. 
J. Orne Bowden, 1 Sept., 1813. 
Joseph M'Comb, 1 Sept.. 1813. 
Sam. Hodges, Jr., 1 Sept., 1813. 
W. B. Parker, 11 March. 1814. 
E. A. Clarey, 11 March, 1814. 
I. T. Dixey, 11 March, 1814. 
James Harris, 1 May, 1814. 
Saml. C. Pope, 1 May, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
John Spalter. 1 Sept.. 1813. 
Elias Goodspeed, 1 Sept., 1813. 
R. K. Blanchard, 1 Sept.. 1813. 
H. Loring, 11 March, 1814. 
S. Twist. 11 March. 1814. 
R. Lyman, 11 March, 1814. 
Caleb Clapp, 11 March, 1814. 
S. A. Morse. 11 March, 1814. 
J. Parrott, 1 May, 1814. 
S. H. Russell, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Enoch Manning, 1 Sept., 1813. 
Andrew Lewis, 1 Sept., 1813. 
Moses Aldrich, 1 Sept., 1813. 
Caleb Lyman, Jr., 11 March, 1814. 
L. Burrell, 11 March, 1814. 
T. Shaw. 11 March, 1814. 
M. Patrick. Jr., 11 March, 1814. 
M. C. Pittsbury, 17 March, 1814. 
J. Perry, Jr., I May, 1814. 
N. B. Proctor, 1 May, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

Perez Alexander, 1 Sept., 1813. 
Isaac Carpenter. 1 Sept., 1813. 
C. H. George, 11 March. 1814. 
E. Kendall, 11 March, 1814. 



FORTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 
New York. 

Colonel. 
Rbt. Bogardus, 29 July, 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
J. W. Livingston, 29 July, 1813. 

Majors. 

Darby Noon. 1 Aug., 1813. 
Jas. D. Wallace, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 

Gilbert Seaman, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Alex. Hamilton, 1 Aug., 1813 
Alphs. Sherman. 1 Aug.. 1813. 
Saml. Berrian, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Wm. S. Radcliff, 3 Aug., 1813. 
Chs. Humphrey. 7 Aug., 1813. 
Francis Allyn, 30 Sept., 1813. 
Mangle M. Quackenbos, 7 Jan., 1814. 
John Ingersoll, 7 Jan., 1814. 
Jas. M'Cullen, 26 Jan., 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 
John L. Clark, 30 Sept., 1813. 
John M. Schermerhorn, 30 Sept., 1813. 
Chas. Conner, 11 Nov., 1813. 
Wm. Hoffman, 11 Nov., 1813. 
Daniel Sackett, 11 Nov., 1813. 
Jud. Hammond, 7 Jan., 1814. 
T. E. Beekman, 7 Jan., 1814. 
Alex. Clinton, 26 Jan., 1814. 
Danl. Wishart, 10 Feb., 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
John Tabalee, 30 Sept., 1813. 
Geo. Hamilton. 30 Sept.. 1813. 
Jno. H. Sims, 30 Sept., 1813. 
Henry Brown, 30 Sept., 1813. 
Luther Hand, 30 Sept., 1813. 
Sol. Sutherland, 1 Nov., 1813. 
C. S. M'Connell, 1 May, 1814. 
George West. 1 May, 1814. 
Wm. Hammell, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Isaac Miller, 1 May, 1814. 
Asher Corles, 1 May, 1814. 
John C. Hart, 1 May, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
John Nielson, 30 Sept., 1813. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Fayette Cooper, 30 Sept., 1813. 
Henry White, 30 Sept., 1813. 



FORTY-SECOND INFANTRY. 
Pennsylvania and New York. 

Colonel. 
Wm. N. Irvine, 4 Aug., 1813. 



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Lieut. Colonel. 
Jas. G. Forbes, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Majors. 

Tunis Riker, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Thos. Stockton, 15 April, 1814. 

Captains. 

Geo. W. Barker. 10 Jan., 1813. 
E. S. Mendenhall, 1 Aug.. 1813. 
Wm. G. Oliver, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Thos. Hanson. 4 Aug.. 1813. 
Edm. B. Duvall, 4 Aug.. 1813. 
John Biddle. 1 Oct., 1813. 
T. Parker, 17 Nov.. 1813. 
J. F. De Peyster, 26 April, 1814. 

Is* Lieutenants. 

Robt. Shaw, Jr., 15 April, 1814. 
Joseph Hall, 20 April. 1814. 
P. Mendenhall, 26 April, 1814. 
Howerton Cross, 1 May, 1814. 
P. S. Gilbert, 1 May. 1814. 
J. B. Wilkinson, 1 May. 1814. 
Daniel Saint, 1 May, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenant. 
Fredk. Lazarus, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
Daniel Taylor, 1 May, 181*. 
R. H. Hammon, 1 May, 1814, 
J. Mullen, 1 May, 1814. 
Lewis Lawshe. 1 Mav. 1814. 
John Auld, 1 May, 114. 
T. Hunter, 1 May, 1814. 
Charles Cooper, 1 May, 1814. 

Ensign. 
Truman Cross, 27 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
Henry Hall, 15 April, 1814. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Js. M. Kelly, 6 Aug.. 1813. 
Carpenter, 8 April, 1814. 



FORTY-THIRD INFANTRY. 
North Carolina. 

Colonel. 
Nicholas Long, 4 Aug., 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
A. Pickens, Jr., 6 July, 1812. 

Majors. 

Jas. Campbell. 1 Aug., 1813. 
Thomas D. King, 4 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 

Jno. J. Goodwyn. 1 Aug., 1813. 
Theo. L. Gourdin, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Major General Izard. 
G. H. Manigault. 1 Aug., 1813. 
Edw. F. Tattnall, 4 Aug.. 1813. 
Thomas Hyde. 4 Aug., 1813. 
Henry Garrett, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Robt. Love. Jr.. 4 Aug., 1813. 
George Dabney, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Ellas Beall, 11 March, 1814. 
Saml. G. Earle, 11 March, 1814. 

1* Lieutenants. 
Abner H. Hicks, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Saml. A. Taylor, 1 Aug., 1813. 



Aid to 



W. Edmondson. 1 Aug., 1813. 
Saml. Farrow. Jr.. 1 Aug., 1813. 
Charles Cantey. 3 Aug., 1813. 
Jno. Smallwood. 4 Aug., 1813. 
M. T. Alexander, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Geo. R. Gilman. 4 Aug.. 1813. 
Wm. W. Holt. 4 Aug., 1813. 
T. Lemar, 11 March, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Robert Stark, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Joshua Irby, 1 Aug.. 1813. Paymaster. 

Robt. H. Briggs. 1 Aug., 1813. 

W. Timberlake, 4 Aug., 1813. 

John M. Neel. 4 Aug., 1813. 

Rbt. L. Coombs. 4 Aug.. 1813. 

Archd. Bigby. 4 Aug., 1813. 

J. L. Thompson. 11 March, 1814. 

William Miles, 1 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

M. Ayres, 1 Aug.. 1813. 

W. H. Norman. 4 Aug., 1813. 

W. Welsh, 4 Aug., 1813. 

W. Greer, 4 Aug., 1813. 

C. C. Duncan. 17 March. 1814. 

John Vereen, 1 May, 1814. 

John H. Lawson, 1 May. 1814. 

Joseph Oliver, 1 May. 1814. 

Lar. L. Baldwin. 1 Mav, 1814. 

W. H. Fail-child, 1 May, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

J. C. Bell, 11 March. 1814. 
J. A. Mumford, 11 March, 1814. 
Jas. Lawrence. 17 March. 1814. 
Ira Conner, 30 March, 1814. 
J. Stewart. 30 March. 1814. 
Peter Simon. 30 March, 1814. 
Geral. Buntin, 18 April, 1814. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
James W. Hunt, 18 April, 1814. 



FORTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 
Louisiana. 

Colonel. 
Geo. T. Ross, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Rich. Butler, 11 March, 1814. 

Majors. 

Henry D. Piere. 1 Aug.. 1813. 
Waters Clark, 1 Aug., 1813. 

Captains. 

Isaac L. Baker, 5 April, 1813. 
Wm. O. Butler, 5 April. 1813. 
J. M. Barclay, 11 March. Idl4. 
G. Winter, 11 March, 1814. 
E. de Mirepoix. 11 March, 1814. 
I. I. Miles. 11 March. 1814. 
A. Peychand. 11 March, 1814. 
T. I* Amelung, 11 March, 1814. 

Isf Lieutenants. 
Nathanl. Prvor, 30 Aug.. 1813. 
S. Gordon, il March. 1814. 
T. D. Kernion. 11 March, 1814. 
L. F. de Marans. 11 March, 1814. 
I. P. Thibault. 11 March. 1814. 
G. Dupuv. 11 March. 1814. 
T. Trudeau. 11 March, 1814. 
Wm. Gibbs, 11 March. 1814. 
M. Cox. 11 March, 1814. 
Ch. Peters. 11 March, 1814. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1814. 



12nd Lieutenants. 
W. R. Willis, Jr., 11 March, 1814. 
Ch. Smith, 11 March, 1814. 
T. Montreal!. 11 March, 1814. 
P. D. Morant, 11 March, 1814. Paymaster. 
A. Dupuy, 11 March, 1814. 
L. Allard, 11 March, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

E. de Flechier, 11 March, 1814. 
J. Martin, 11 March, 1814. 
C. Parent, 11 March, 1814. 
Ed. Herries, 11 March, 1814. 
Peter Hens, 11 March, 1814. 
Chas. Dutillet, 11 March, 1814. 
A. F. Duvall, 11 March, 1814. 
J. B. Smith, 11 March, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

A. de Grandpre, 11 March, 1814. 
A. M. Lamotte, 11 March, 1814. 
G. de Grandpre, 11 March, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
Squire Lea, 1 Aug., 1813. 

'Surgeon's Mates. 
R. S. Hall, 11 March, 1814. 
C. G. Gerrard, 11 March, 1814. 



FORTY-FIFTH INFANTRY. 
Massachusetts. 

Colonel. 
Denny M'Cobb, 26 March, 1814. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Aquila Davis, 21 April, 1814. 

Majors. 

II. B. Brevoort, 15 April, 1814. 
Danl. Baker, 15 April, 1814. 

Captains. 

Elijah Hall, 21 April, 1814. 
Benj. Bradford, 21 April, 1814. 
Josh. Danforth, 21 April, 1814. 
Daniel Holden, 21 April, 1814. 
Nathan Stanley, 21 April, 1814. 
Smith Elkins, 21 April, 1814. 
Joseph Flanders, 21 April, 1814. 
I. Hall. 21 April, 1814. 
Win. Chappel, 21 April, 1814. 
J. Smith, 21 April, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Th. B. Sylvester, 21 April, 1814. 
Jon. Butterfield, 21 April, 1814. 
Danl M. Gregg, 21 April, 1814. 
David Doane, 21 April, 1814. 
A. P. Cochran. 21 April, 1814. 
Henry Snow, 21 April, 1814. 
I. Wiugate, 21 April, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 



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Benj. White, 21 April, 1814. 
Joseph Low, 21 April, 1814. 
Mai>hall Baker, 21 April, 1814. 

master. 

Daniel Patch, 21 April, 1814. 
Daniel Page, 21 April. 1814. 
Saml. Sylvester, 21 April, 1814. 
P. W. Gushing, 21 April, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

John Neal. Jr.. 21 April, 1814. 
Wm. Kendall, 21 April, 1814. 



Quarter- 



William Reed, 21 April, 1814. 
Jonas G. Brooks, 21 April, 1814. 
Enoch Page, 21 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
W. H. Wilson, 15 April, 1814. 



FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 

New York. 
Lieut. Colonel. 

W. S. Tallmadge, 15 April, 1814. 
Majors. 

Edmd. G. Perlee, 15 April, 1814. 
Joseph Delatteld, 15 April, 1814. 

Captains. 

Thomas Bruyn, 21 April. 1814. 
John S. Suffern, 21 April, 1814. 
David Crawford, 21 April, 1814. 
Peter Miller. 21 April, 1814. 
Rob. Gourlay, Jr., 21 Anril, 1814. 
Moses Burnet. 21 April, 1814. 
Job Wright, 21 April, 1814. 
A. D Willson, 21 April, 1814. 
L. Austin, 2i April, 1814. 
Saml. Baker, 21 April, 1814. Aid to Major 
General Brown. 

1st Lieutenants. 

Benjn. Smith, 19 April, 1814. 
R. W. Nelson, 21 April, 1814. 
Epens. Wheeler. 21 April, 1814. 
Jesse Barlow, 21 April, 1814. 
John Wilson, 21 April, 1814. 
Jauios M'Lean, 21 April, 1814. 



FIRST RIFLE REGIMENT. 

Colonel. 
G. W. Sevier, 24 Jan., 1814. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
J. M'Donald, 24 Jan., 1814. 

Majors. 
L. Morgan, 24 Jan.. 1814. 

D. Appling, 15 April, 1814. 

Captains. 

If. R Graham, 8 March. 1809. 

A. A. Massias, 1 July. 1809. 

Joshua Hamilton, 6 July. 1812. 

T. A. Patterson, 1 Aug.. 1812. 

T. Ramsay, 30 Nov.. 1812. 

William Smith, 20 Jan., 1813 

Ellas Stallings. 30 Nov., 1813. 

L G A. Armistead, 24 Jan., 1814. 

W. E. Morris, 15 April, 1814. Aid to Major 

General Pinckney. 
H. V. Swearingen, 11 May, 11114. 

1st LicittcnftnP*. 

E. Wadsworth, 1 Aug., 1812. 
W T m. Townly, 1 Aug., 1812. 
W. C. Beard, 27 Sept., 1812. 

Gerg S e^ y rav', 20 Jan.',' 1S13~' Quartermaster. 

H. Murray,' 30 Nov.. 1813. 

J. S. M'Intosh. 31 Dec., 1813. 

Jos. Calhoun, Jr., 24 Jan.. 1814. 

Hvem Cohen, 15 April. 1814. 

Wm. Arnold, 11 May, 1814. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1814. 



2nd Lieutenants. 

J. Shortridge, 3 Dec., 1812. 
John Hanson, 4 Dec., 1812. 
John Harlee, 20 Jan., 1813. 
Joshih Hill, 20 Jan., 1813. 
S. V. Hamilton. 30 Nov.. 1813. 
R. M'Farland, 31 Dec.. 1813. 
Jacob Tipton, 1 Jan.. 1814. 
W Armstrong, 24 Jan., 1814. 
Sennet Riley. 15 April. 1814. 
L. Norton, 11 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

J. S Gray, 20 Mav, 1813. 
T. F. Smfth. 30 Nov., 1813. 
Samuel Cobbs. 31 Dec.. 1813. 
O. Davidson. 31 Dec., 1813. 
J. H. Stannon, 1 Jan., 1814. 
Peter Albright, 24 Jan.. 1814. 
Edward Drake. 10 Feb., 1814. 
Smion James, 18 March, 1814. 
H. B. Austin. 15 April. 1814. 
O. L. B. Duplessis, 11 May, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

John Page, Jr.. 31 March, 1814. 
LI. Childress. 31 March. 1814. 
L. W. Taylor, 8 April, 1814. 

Surgeon. 
Chas. Marvin, 15 April, 1814. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Saml. P. Hugo, 12 March, 1812. 



SECOND RIFLE REGIMENT. 

Colonel. 
A. Butler, 2 Feb., 1814. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

<3eo. Groghan, 21 Feb., 1814. Brevet, 2 
Aug., 1813. 

Majors. 

David Gwynne, 21 Feb., 1814. 
W. H. Puthuff, 21 Feb., 1814. 

Captains. 

Benj Johnson, 17 March. 1814. 
Hugh Innes, 17 March. 1814. 
Uriah Allison, 17 March, 1814. 
I'.atteal Harrison. 17 March, 1814. 
J. O'Fallon. 17 March. 1814. 
Benjn. Desha. 17 March. 1814. 
Wm. Oliver, 17 March, 1814. 
Robt. Brackenridge, 17 March. 1814. 
Wm. Fritchard. 17 March. 1814. 
E. Shipp, 17 March, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 
Jas. Munday. 17 March. 1814. 
Chs. Mitchell, 17 March. 1814. 
E I. Langham. 17 March. 1814. 
I. Stockton. 17 March. 1814. 
T. Kennedy. 17 March, 1814 
Benjn. Strother, 17 March, 1814. ' 
Lown. Hickman. 17 March. 1814. 
Geo. Kennedy, 17 May, 1814. 

2>ul Lieutenant*. 
Josh. M'Lean. 17 March. 1814. 
J. Swearingen, 17 March. 1814. 
J. Heddelson, 17 March. 1M ' 
Thos. Griffith. 17 March. 1814. 
Alln. C. Looker, 17 March, 1814. 
R. B. De Witt. 17 March. 1814. 
Ths. Berry, 17 March, 1814. 
\\m. Scott. 17 March, 1814. 
J. E. London, 17 March, 1814. 



3rd Lieutenants. 
W, N. Bryan, 1 Aug., 1814. 
H Jackson, 15 Aug., 1814. 
Cpl. L. Harrisson, 17 March, 1814. 
O. W. Crocket, 17 March, 1814. 
Cor. N. Lewis, 17 March, 181-4. 
W. Dougherty, 17 March, 1814. 
Wm. P. S. Blair, 17 March. 1814. 
E H. Miller, 17 March, 1814 
Hor. Grooms, 17 March, 1814. 
AuJ. Johnston, 17 March, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

Patt. Clark, 17 March, 1814. 
And. Gilmore. 17 March. 1814. 
Wm. Chiton, 17 March, 1814. 
.Tfis 1\ Hulee. 17 March. 181<. 
W. G. Camp, 17 March, 1814. 
Iras. Smith. 17 March, 1814. 
M. A. Heard. 19 April, 1814. 
J. Kdmondson, Jr.. 30 May. 1814 
R. Critrenden, 30 May, 1813. 

Surgeon. 
Dan. Turney, 21 Feb., 1814. 

Surgeon's Mate. 
Dan. Smith, 17 May, 1814. 



THIRD RIFLE REGIMENT. 

Colonel. 
Wm. King, 21 Feb., 1814. 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Wm. S. Hamilton, 21 Feb., 1814. 

Majors. 

W. H. Overton, 21 Feb.. 1814. 
Joseph Selden, 21 Feb., 1814. 

Captains. 

T. T. Robison, 6 July. 1812. 
Willie Martin, 17 March, 1814. 
E. Carrington, 17 March, 1814. 
Walter Coles. 17 March, 1814. 
Robt. Campbell, 17 March, 1814. 
A. W. Brandon. 17 March. 1814. 
J. E. Calhoun, 17 March, 1814. 
J. M'Whorter, 17 March, 1S14. 
D. Kinchaloe, 17 March, 1814. 

1st Lieutenants. 
W. L. Dufphey, 15 April. 1813. 
Wm. C. Parker. 17 March, 1814. 
w m . Hindman. 17 March, 1814. 
Th. W. Blackledsre. 17 March, 1814. 
Jesse Maxwell, 17 March. 1814. 
Ch. A. Sparks, 17 March. 1814. 
J. H. Gillmeyer. 17 March, 1814. 
Math. Chapman. 17 March. 1814. 
Wm. S. Gray, 26 March. 1814. 
II. T. Crawford, 2 April, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenant*. 
Wm. Alexander. 17 March. 1814. 
Abrm. Fine. 17 March. 1S14. 
Willie T. Gordon. 17 March. 1814. 
Ge. D. Barns. 17 March. 1814. 
Gadp Crawford. 17 March. 1814. 
W. Mpliver. 17 March. 1814. 
Abn. Harrison, 17 March, 1814. 
Jas. M'Dowell. 26 March. 1814. 
I. Hollingsworth. 26 March. 1814. 
R. I. Crockwell, 2 April. 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 
D. C. Hibbits. 17 March. 1814. 
Robt. Love, 17 March, 1814. 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, 1814. 



139 



John Jelks, 17 March, 1814. 
James Green, 15 April, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

Ethelred Jelks, 17 March, 1814. 
Duncan M'Rea, 17 March, 1814. 
Wm. T. Scott, 17 March, 1814. 
Joel Spencer, 17 March. 1814. 
Solomon Chambliss. 17 March, 1814. 
Ths. Ragland. 17 March. 1814. 
Wm. II. Loftin, 17 March, 1814. 

Bwrgeon. 

T. G. Watkius, 30 March, 1814. 

Surgeon's Mates. 
Robt. C. Lane, 11 March.' 1814. 
C. Edmonds, 18 April, 1814. 



FOURTH RLFLE REGIMENT. 

Colonel. 
J. Gibson, 21 Feb., 1814. 

Lieut. Colonel. 

J. Snelling, 21 Feb., 1814. Inspector Gen- 
eral. 

Majors. 

H. B. Armstrong, 12 April, 1813. 
T. Chambers, 21 Feb., 1814. 

Captains. 

Armst. Irvine. 1 Oct.. 1813. 
J. Kean, 17 March, 1814. 
W. German, 17 March, 1814. 
T. I. Beall. 17 March, 1814. 
Benjn. Birdsall, 17 March, 1814. 
John Lyttle, 17 March, 1814. 
M. M. Magee, 17 March, 1814. 
Robert Scott. 17 March, 1814. 
J. Morris, 17 March, 1814. 
Wm. G. Green, 17 March, 1814. 

Is* Lieutenants. 
Jona. Kearsley, 6 July, 1812. 
DC. Cornyn, 20 June, 1813. 
J. W. Smoot. 21 Feb., 1814. 
J. H. Ballard. 17 March. 1814. Adjutant. 
G. B. Sheldon, 17 March, 1814. 
St. Gantt. 17 March, 1814. 
G. Getz. 17 March, 1814. 
Amos. Gustine. 17 March, 1814. 
Sam. Burnett, 17 March, 1814. 
T. Anderson, 17 March, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
John Ellison. 17 March. 1814. 
R. R. Conrad, 17 March, 1814. 
N. C. Kinney, 17 March, 1814. 
Isaac Jaquett, 17 March. 1814. 
Wm. Anil, 17 March, 1814. 
R. N. Yates, 17 March, 1814. 
J. Hays. 17 March. 1814. 
Farley Eddy. 17 March. 1814. 
J. Da'wson, 18 April, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

J. Irvine, 1 Sept.. 1813. 
Ab. Schuyler. 17 Oct.. 1813. 
W. Gallop, 21 Feb., 1814. 
G. Johnson. 21 Feb., 1814. 
R. H. Lee. 17 March, 1814. 
Sylv. Booth, 17 March. 1814. 
Elias Smnr, 17 March. 1814. 
Abrm. Maury, 2 April. 1814. 
John Maul, 1 May, 1814. 

Surgeon. 

Lewis L. Near, 17 March, 1814. 



Surgeon's Mates. 

W. H. Hemming, 20 April. 1814. 
Henry Field, 23 April, 1814. 



RANGERS. 
Captains. 

Piere Andre", 12 April, 1813. 
Fredk. Shoults, 20 May, 1813. 
Andw. Ramsey, 19 July, 1813. 
David Musick, 19 July, 1813. 
Danl. M. Boone, 19 July, 1813. 
Jas. B. Moore, 1 Aug., 1813. 
W. B. Whiteside, 1 Aug.. 1813. 
Jacob Short, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Jas. Manary, Sen., 5 Aug.. 1813. 
Sam. M'Cormick, 7 Aug., 1813. 

Is* Lieutenants. 

Henry Brinton, 12 April. 1813. 
Hyacin. Lassell, 12 April. 1813. 
John Carr, 30 April, 1813. 
Jas. Morrison, 19 July, 1813. 
P. K. Robbins. 19 July. 1813. 
Wm. Massey, 19 July, 1813. 
Jos. Borough, 1 Aug.. 1813. 
David Robinson, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Nathl. Jurnev, 1 Aug., 1813. 
John Hopkins. 5 Aug., 1813. 
John Knox, 30 May, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 

Homer Johnson. 12 May, 1813. 
James Curray, 30 May, 1813. 
Sylvester Pattie, 19 July, 1813. 
James Galloway, 19 July. 1813. 
Peter Craig, 19 July, 1813. 
Saml. Gilham, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Arthur Morgan, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Andw. Bankson, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Brattn. Crawford, 5 Aug., 1813. 
John Knox. 1 Oct., 1813. 
W. G. Servess, 30 May, 1814. 

3rd Lieutenants. 

David Hillis, 12 April, 1813. 
Jno. Hadden. Jr.. 12 AprH, 1813. 
W. P. Meredith. 30 April. 1813. 
Wm. M'Henry, 1 Aug.. 1813. 
Stephn. Rector. 1 Aug., 1813. 
Wm. Boon, 1 Aug., 1813. 
David Steal. 5 Aug., 1813. 
W. M. Rayburn, 30 May, 1814. 

Ensigns. 

Green B. Fields, 12 April, 1813. 
David L. Gregg, 12 April. 1813. 
Jno. Owens. Jr.. 30 April, 1813. 
David Bailey, 19 July, 1813. 
John M'Nair, 19 July, 1813. 
Drakford Gray, 19 July. 1813. 
John Jurney, 1 Aug.. 1813. 
Aar. Armstrong. 1 Aug., 11 
Eben. F. Seaman, 5 Aug.. 1*13. 
Wm. Patterson, 1 Oct.. 1813. 
Abner Garrard, 30 May, 1814. 



SEA 

Captains. 

Lemuel Morris, 4 Aug.. 1813. 
John Du Bose. 4 Aug., 1813. 
Fredk. Brooks. 7 Aug.. 1813. 
M. S. Bunbury. 1 Oct.. 1813 
W. H. Addison, 27 April, 1814. 



140 



BREVETS CONFERRED FROM 1776-1812. 



1st Lieutenants. 
Jas. J. Gumming, 1 Aug., 1813. 
John J. Couturier, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Richard Baynor, 7 Aug., 1813. 
Gregory Foy, 1 Oct., 1813. 
G. W. Green. 17 March, 1814. 
Win. Lytle, 5 April, 1814. 

2nd Lieutenants. 
Ferd. A. O'Neal, 1 Aug., 1813. 
Byrd B. Mitchel, 7 Aug., 1813. 



James Newman, 1 Oct., 1813. 
C. P. Robinson, 17 March, 1814. 
Edw. Thompson, 3 May, 1814. 



3rd Lieutenants. 

Henry B. Jones, 1 Aug., 1813. 
John Hardwick, 4 Aug., 1813. 
Gerard Gorsuch. 1 Oct., 1813. 
G. M'Nair, 17 March, 1814. 



Brevets Conferred from 1776 to 1812. 

Copied by permission of Brevet Major General J. B. FRY, TJ. S. A., from his work 
entitled "History of Brevets in the U. S. Army," this work being compiled from the- 
Official Records of the War Department. 



ALLAIN. 

January 13, 1779. The Board of War report, that the following named French gentle- 
men, having served as volunteers in Col. Armand's corps, with much reputation, as ap- 
pears by the certificate of Col. Arinand, and the recommendations of the Marquis de la 
Fayette and others are about to return to France, and therefore recommend that brevets- 
be granted them, under the exceptions in the Resolutions against granting brevets, ex- 
cept to officers in the line, or in cases of merit, viz., to Monsieur Allain * * * the 
brevet of Lieutenant. 

Resolved, That Congress agree to said report. 

Resolved, That the sum of 400 dollars be paid to each of these gentlemen to enable 
them to prosecute their voyage to France. 

ALLEN, ETHAN. 

May 14, 1778. Resolved That a brevet commission of colonel be granted to Ethan 
Allen, in reward of his firmness, fortitude and zeal in the cause of his country, mani- 
fested during the course of his long and cruel captivity, as well as on former occasions. 

September 24, 1778. Whereas Congress did, on the 14th of May last, grant to Ethan 
Allen the rank of colonel by brevet in the army of the United States of America, in 
reward of his fortitude, firmness and zeal in the cause of his country, manifested during 
the course of his long and cruel captivity, as well as on former occasions; and whereas, 
on the 16th day of the same month, all the benefits and privileges of lieutenant colonel 
in the service of these States were granted to the said Ethan Allen during the time of 
his late captivity; and whereas it is represented to Congress that Colonel E. Allen's 
circumstances have been greatly reduced by his late long and cruel confinement, and 
his brevet commission does not entitle him to pay. 

Resolved, That 75 dollars per month be allowed to Colonel E. Allen from the date of 
his brevet, during the pleasure of Congress, or until he shall be called into active 
service. 

ARCHER, JOHN. 

June 26, 1779. Resolved, That the brevet of captain be given to Mr. Archer, the bearer 
of the general's letter, and volunteer aid to Brig. Gen. Wayne. 

BEAULIEU. 

September 30, 1783. Resolved, That Lieutenant Beaulieu be promoted to the rank of 
captain by brevet in the army of the U. S. 

BRICE. 

October 27, 1778. Resolved, That Mr. Brice, A. de C. to the Marquis de la Fayette, 
be promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel by brevet in the service of the U. S. 

BRIFFAULT. 

January 13, 1779. Resolved, That Congress agree to said report (cited in the case of 
Allain, and which recommends that the brevet of lieutenant be also granted to Monsieur 
Briffault). 

Resolved, That the sum of 400 dollars be paid to each of these (French) gentlemen to 
enable them to prosecute their voyage to France. 

January 15, 1786. Resolved, That Monsieur Briffault, who, on the 13th of January, 
1779, was appointed to the brevet rank of lieutenant in the army of the U. S.. receive a 
commission of lieutenant in Col. Armand's corps, to bear the date of his brevet. 

CAMBRAY. 

May 2. 1783. Resolved, That Lieutenant Colonel Cambray, of the corps of engineers, 
be promoted to the rank of colonel by brevet. 



BREVETS CONFERRED FROM 1776-1812. 141 

i 

CAPITAINE. 

November 5, 1778. Resolved, That the commission of major by brevet be granted to 
Monsieur Capitaine, a captain in the service of the U. S., and that a bill of exchange 
for 2400 "livres tournois" be drawn on the muster of the United States in favor of Mon- 
sieur Capitaine, for his expenses in coming to and returning from America. 

DE BEDAUX, FREDERICK. 

September 15, 1777. Resolved, That Monsieur Frederick de Bedaux be appointed a 
captain by brevet, and receive the pay and rations annexed to that rank, from the 10th 
of May last. 

DE BERT. 

February 6, 1784. Resolved, That the commission of major by brevet be issued to 
aptaiu de Bert. 

DE BOIS, PIERRE FRANCOIS. 

October 7, 1776. Resolved, That Monsieur Pierre Francois de Bois be commissioned 
a major by brevet, and sent to General Mercer to be employed in such way as he shall 
think proper. 

DE BRAHM. 

February 6, 1784. Resolved, That a brevet commission of lieutenant colonel be Issued 
to Major de Brahm, of the late corps of engineers, and that he be informed that his 
further services are dispensed with. 

DE COLERUS, CHRISTIAN 

September 19, 1776. Resolved, That Monsieur Christian de Colerus be appointed to 
the rank and pay of a major by brevet, and that his commission be forthwith given him. 

DE CORNEY, LOUIS ETHIS. 

June 5, 1780. Resolved, That a brevet commission of lieutenant colonel of cavalry be 
granted to Monsieur Louis Ethis de Corney, and that the President furnish him with 
letters to the State Executives requesting their aid and advice in procuring provisions, 
etc., for French forces expected to arrive. 

Resolved, That a brevet commission of colonel of cavalry be granted to Monsieur Louis 
Ethis de Corney. 

DE CREMIS. 

November 9, 1778. A petition from the Chevalier de Cremis was read; whereupon 

Resolved, That a brevet commission of lieutenant colonel be granted to the Chevalier 
de Cremis. 

DE FONTEVIEU. 

January 13, 1779. Resolved, That Congress agree to said report (cited in the case of 
Alia in, and which recommends that the brevet of lieutenant be also granted to Mon- 
sieur de Fontevieu). 

Resolved, That the sum of 400 dollars be paid to each of these (French) gentlemen to 
enable them to prosecute their voyage to France. 

DE FRANCHESSIN, JACQUES ANTOINE. 
July 20, 1776. The Board of War brought in a report which was taken into consldera- 

Resolved, That a brevet commission of lieutenant colonel be granted to Monsieur 
Jacques Antoine de Franchessin. a Knight of the Order of St. Louis, an experienced 
officer in the French service, and who is well recommended in letters from abroad, and 
that he be ordered to join the flying camp. 

July 25, 1776. It was ordered that two months' pay be advanced to Monsieur Jacquei 
Antoine de Franchessin. 

DE GLASHEECH. 

March 9, 1781. Resolved, That Baron de Glasheech, who served with Brig. Gen. Mor- 
gan, as a volunteer, have the brevet commission of a captain in the army of 1 
in consideration of his merit and services. 

DE LAMNO. 

January 13, 1779. Resolved, That Congress agree to said report (cited In ,the case of 
Allain, and which recommends that the brevet of lieutenant be also grantee 



G sum of 400 dollars be paid to each of these (French) gentlemen to 
enable them to prosecute their voyage to France. 

DE LA NEUVILLE, JR., NOIRMONT. 

July 29, 1778. The Board of War report that Monsienr Noirmont de la L Neuy 
sincere month of December, has acted as A. de C. to Major Gen. < Conway, < etc. , wher * u .P n ; 
Resolved. That Monsieur Noirmont de la Neuville have the rank o 



oso V e That Major de la Neuville, who bns igrvwl two Campain 
in the American army, and has obtained very honorable testimonials of I V n 

n 



e mercan army, an n< | 

and services in the several capacities in which he has been employed, be > app ntea a 
enant colonel by brevet in the army of th U. S. f and that LIutenant < 



lieutenant colonel by brevet in 

la Neuville have permission to return to France. 



142 BREVETS CONFERRED FROM 1776-1812. 

DE LA NEUVILLE, SR. 

October 4, 1778. Resolved, That a brevet commission of brigadier be granted to 
Monsieur de la Neuville, the elder, in the army of the U. S. of America, to date August 
14, 1778. 

DE MAFASTRAM. 

January 13, 1779. Resolved, That Congress agree to said report (cited in the case of 
Attain, and which recommends that the brevet of lieutenant be also granted to Mon- 
sieur de Mafastram). 

Resolved, That the sum of 400 dollars be paid to each of these (French) gentlemen to- 
enable them to prosecute their voyage to France. 

DE MALMADY. 

September 19, 1779. Resolved, That Monsieur Marquis de Mnluiady be appointed to- 
the rank and pay of a major by brevet in the Continental army, and receive a com- 
mission accordingly. 

DE MONTFORT. 

March 21, 1777. Resolved, That the Count de Montfort be recommended to General 
Washington for the brevet of lieutenant. 

DE PONCEAUX. 

February 18, 1778. Resolved, That * * * * Monsieur de Ponceaux, Secretary to- 
Baron Steuben, have the brevet rank of captain in the army of the U. S. 

DE PONTIERE. 

February 18, 1778. Resolved, That Monsieur de Pontiere be appointed a captain of 
horse by brevet * * * * 

September 13, 1783. Resolved, That Captain de Pontiere, late of Pulaski's Legion, be 
promoted to the rank of major by brevet in the army of the U. S., his relative rank to 
be settled by the date of his present commission. 

DERICK. 

November 6, 1778. Resolved, That Major Derick be permitted to return to the U. S. 
of the Netherlands, and that he be promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel by brevet, 
as a testimony of his merit and services in the army of the U. S. 

December 29, 1779. Resolved, That in consideration of the peculiar circumstances- 
attending the case of Lieutenant Colonel Derick. that gentleman receive the pay and sub- 
sistence of a lieutenant colonel in the army of the U. S. from the date of his brevet 
until the further order of Congress. 

DE TREUSON. 

January 13, 1779. Resolved, That Congress agree to said report (cited in the case of 
Allain, and which recommends that the brevet of captain be granted to Monsieur de 
Treuson ) . 

Resolved, That the sum of 400 dollars be paid to each of these (French) gentlemen 
to enable them to prosecute their voyage to France. 

DE VALCOUR, JOAN SIMONET. 

December 1, 1778. A letter of November 11, from Elisha Sheldon. Colonel ; Samuel 
Blackden, Lieutenant Colonel ; Benjamin Talmud, Major, and Josiah Stoddard. Captain,, 
of the 2nd Regiment of Light Dragoons, was read, representing that Lieutenant John 
Siinonet de Valcour has served with reputation in the 2nd regiment of cavalry since its- 
first establishment; that the rupture between France and England beginning to grow 
serious and interesting, Lieutenant Simonet is desirous of rejoining the army of His 
most Christian Majesty, and therefore requesting that Congress would promote Lieu- 
tenant Simonet to a captaincy in the cavalry, on condition of his leaving his present 
service, as an honorary compensation of his attachment and fidelity, with a saving to 
all his present senior officers, their superioity of rank and command, whereupon. 

Resolved, That Lieutenant John Simonet de Valcour be promoted to the rank of captain 
by brevet, on the condition and with the saving in the above letter. 

DE VIENNE. 

July 15, 1778. The Marquis de Vienne, a major in the service of the King of France, 
having served with reputation as a volunteer in the American army durinj; the present 
campaign, and having requested Congress to honor him with the brevet commission of 
a colonel, without any pay annexed to the said rank, 

Resolved, That the request of the Marquis de Vienne be complied with, and that a 
brevet commission of a colonel in the service of the U. S. be conferred on him. 

DE VERNEJOUX, JEAN LOUIS. 

September 19, 1776. Resolved. That Jean Louis de Vernejoux be appointed to the rank 
and pay of a captain by brevet, and commissioned accordingly. 

DE PLESSIS. DE MAUDUIT. 

January 19, 1778. Resolved, That a brevet of lieutenant colonel be granted to the 
Chevalier <!> Mnuduit dn Plessis. as a reward for his services and an encouragement to 
merit: and that his commission boar date the 26th of November. 1777, in order that the 
recompense may more immediately follow the services which he has done. 

(Mem. On the 3rd of November. 1778, a resolution was introduced giving Du Plessis 
a brevet of colonel of artillery, but it was negatived.) 



BREVETS CONFERRED FROM 1776-1812. 143 

ELBERT, SAMUEL. 

November 3, 1783. Resolved, That Colonel Samuel Elbert be promoted to the rank of 
brigadier by brevet. 

FANEUIL. 

March 24, 1777. Resolved, That Monsieur Faneuil have the rank of a colonel by 
brevet in the Continental army without pay or rations. 

FONTIVIEUX. 

February 6, 1784. Resolved, That the commission of captain by brevet be Issued to 
Lieutenant Fontivieux. 

FOUQUET. 
FOUQUET, MARK. 

January 15, 1778. Resolved, That in compliance with the said agreement (made by 
the Board engaging these persons in the service). Mr. Fouquet, the father, have the 
brevet rank of captain, and Mark Fouquet, the son, the brevet rank of lieutenant of 
artillery, in the army of the U. S. 

FULLERTON, RICHARD. 

November 1, 1783. Lieutenant Richard Fullerton, having acted as a volunteer at an 
early period of the war, particularly in the action on Long Island, and at the battles 
of Trenton and Princeton, and having discharged the several extra appointments of 
adjutant, major of brigade, and the important one of assistant adjutant general to the 
southern army, highly to the satisfaction of his general officers, 

Resolved, That the Secretary of War issue to Lieutenant Fullerton the brevet commis- 
sion of captain. 

GERARD. 

September 3, 1778. Resolved, That Mr. Gerard be appointed to the rank of a lieu- 
tenant of dragoons by brevet, and be permitted to join the army under General Wash- 
ington, he having agreed to serve in that capacity at his own expense. 

GIBBONS. 

July 26, 1779. Resolved, unanimously, That Congress warmly approve and applaud 
the cool, determined spirit with which Lieutenant Gibbons and * * * led on the forlorn 
hope (at Stony Point), braving danger and death in the cause of their country. 

Resolved, unanimously, That brevets of captain be given to Lieutenant Gibbous 
and * * * * 

GILES, EDWARD. 

March 9, 1781. Resolved, That Major Edward Giles, A. de C. of Brigadier General 
Morgan, have the brevet commission of major in the army of the U. S. in consideration 
of his merit and services. 



November 16, 1781. Resolved, That Lieutenant Colonel Gonvion, of the corps of 
engineers, receive the brevet of colonel. 

GOODALE. 

October 16, 1783. Whereas it appears that Captain Goodale, lately promoted to the 
rank of major by brevet, has distinguished himself by extraordinary military services. 

Resolved, That the Secretary of War issue to Captain Goodale a major's commission in 
the line of the army. 

HARMAR, JOSIAH. 

Lieut. Col. Comdt. Revol. Army. Lieut. Col. Comdt. Inf. reg., Sept. 29, 1789. General- 
in-chief of the army. 

July 31. 1787. Resolved, That the Secretary of War transmit to Lieutenant Colonel 
Commandant Harmar, a brevet commission of brigadier general, and that he be allowed 
the emoluments but not the pay of the said rank. The allowance to commence with, 
and continue during his command on the frontier. 

HASKELL. 

September 30. 1783. Resolved. That the brevet commission of major in the army of 
the U. S. issue to Captain Haskell, A. de C. to Major General R. Howe. 

HAY, UDNEY. 

January 9, 1777. Resolved, That Udney Hay, Esq., be appointed a lieutenant colonel 
by brevet, and Asst. Dep. Q. M. General, and stationed at Ticonderoga 

May 29, 1778. Resolved, That Udney Hay, Esq., who, under the former arrangement 
of the said (Q. M. Gen.'s) department was appointed Asst. Dep. QM. General mu 
lieutenant colonel by brevet, cannot now hold that office by virtue of said appointment, 
nor be entitled to any privilege or emolument, which either does at present, or may 
hereafter, accrue to any officer of the same rank in the line. 

HAZEN, MOSES. 

June 29, 1781. Resolved, That Colonel Moses Hazen be, and he hereby is, appointed 
a brigadier in the army of the U. S. by brevet. 



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HOUDIN, M. G. 

February 6, 1784. Resolved, That the commission of major by brevet be issued to 
Captain M. G. Houdin. 

KNOX, HENRY. 

July 26, 1779. Resolved, unanimously. That Congress warmly approve and applaud 

the cool, determined spirit with which Lieutenant Knox and * * * * led on the 

forlorn hope (at Stony Point), braving danger and death in the caiise of their country. 

Resolved, unanimously, That brevets of captain be given to Lieutenant Knox and 

* * * 

KOSCIUSKO, THADDEUS. 

October 13, 1783. Resolved, That the Secretary of War transmit to Colonel Kosciusko 
the brevet commission of brigadier general, and signify to that officer that Congress 
entertain a high sense of his long, faithful and meritorious services. 

LAUGHBURN, WILLIAM. 

October 6, 1783. Whereas William Laughburn hath served from the commencement 
of the war with equal disinterestedness and reputation. 

Resolved, That a brevet commission of lieutenant colonel be granted to the said William 
Laughburn. 

LE BRUN. 

February 6, 1784. Resolved, That the commission of major by brevet be issued to 
Captain Le Bruu. 

LE FIEVRE. 

January 13, 1779. Resolved, That Congress agree to said report (cited in the case of 
Attain, and which recommends that the brevet of lieutenant be also granted to Mon- 
sieur Le Fievre). 

Resolved, That the sum of 400 dollars be paid to each of these (French) gentlemen 
to enable them to prosecute their voyage to France. 

L'ENFANT, PIERRE CHARLES. 

May 2, 1783. Resolved, * * * That Captain L' Enfant, of the engineer corps, be pro- 
moted to the rank of major by brevet. 

LE ROY. 

February 6, 1784. Resolved, That the commission of captain by brevet be issued to 
Lieutenant Le Roy. 

LE TOURNEAU. 

January 13, 1779. Resolved, That Congress agree to said report (cited in the case of 
Allain, and which recommends that the brevet of lieutenant be also granted to Mon- 
sieur Le Tourneau). 

Resolved, That the sum of 400 dollars be paid to each of these (French) gentlemen 
to enable them to prosecute their voyage to France. 

MAC PHERSON, WILLIAM. 
(Brig. Gen., Mar. 11, 1799.) 

September 16. 1779. Resolved, That a brevet of major in the army of the U. S. be 
granted to William Mac Pherson, and that while in actual service he receive the pay 
and subsistence of major. 

MARCELLIN. 

February 6, 1784. Resolved, That a commission of captain by brevet be issued to 
Lieutenant Marcellin. 

McCALLISTER. 

September 24, 1779. Resolved, That Congress justly esteem the military caution so 
happily combined with daring activity by Lieutenant McCallister and * * *, in leading 
the forlorn hope (at Powle's Hook). 

Resolved, That the brevet and pay and subsistence of captain be given to Lieutenant 
McCallister and * * * 

MORRIS. 

September 9, 1778. Resolved, That Major Morris, A. de C. to Major General Sullivan, 
who brought forward to Congress the account of the repulse of the British forces on 
Rhode Island, on the 29th of August, and who, on the late expedition, as well as on 
several other occasions, behaved with great spirit and good conduct, be promoted to 
the rank of lieutenant colonel by brevet. 

MOYLAN, STEPHEN. 

November 3, 1783. Resolved, That Colonel Stephen Moylan be promoted to the rank 
of brigadier by brevet. 

MULLENS, THOMAS. 

June 11, 1778. The Board of War report that Major Thomas Mullens, late an A. de 
C. to Major General Coudray, is an old officer in the French service; that he served the 
last campaign in the main army, and for his bravery and good conduct at the battles of 
Brandywine and Germantown was honored with particular marks of approbation by 
the Commander-in-chief in General Orders and that he means to accompany General 
Coudray to France. 

Resolved, That Major Thomas Mullens, who served with honor in the last campaign, 
have a brevet commission of lieutenant colonel in the armies of the U. S. 



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MURXAND, J. B. 

of lleutenant colonel by brevet In 

NEVILLE. 

October 27, 1778. Resolved, That Mr. Neville, A. de C. to the Marquis de la Fayette 
be promoted to the raiik of lieutenant colonel in the service of the U. S. by brevet 

NORTH, WILLIAM. 

(Adjt. Gen'l of the Army, (B. G.) July 19. 1798 ) 
September 11, 1783. Resolved, That the Secretary of War be. and he is hereby directed 

o7 major in t C he P M.m^f rt theU. d S ? C ' ' Ma] r Ge " eral SteUben ' the brCTet --'o 

OTTENDORF, N. D. 

Ottendorf be W^ea a brevet 
November 9, 1776. Two months' pay advanced to Capt. Ottendorf, and ordered to 
repair to Headquarters and put himself under command of General Washington 

December 5, 1776. Resolved, That Captain Ottendorf be directed to raise an Inde- 
pendent corps, consisting of 150 men (to be divided into three companies, etc.) ; that 
Captain Ottendorf have the rank of major, (and that he) be captain of the light infantry 
and command. 

PENET, P. 

October 14, 1776. Resolved, That General Washington be informed the Congress ap- 
proves of his appointing P. Penet his aid-de-camp by brevet, and that a commission of 
aid-de-camp be accordingly transmitted to him. 

PINCKNEY, CHARLES COTESWORTH. 
(Col. in the Revol. Army. Major General, July 1, 1798.) 

November 3. 1783. Resolved, That Colonel Charles Cotesworth Pinckney be promoted 
to the rank of brigadier by brevet. 

ROCHEFONTAINE. 

November 16, 1781. Resolved, That Captain Rochefontaine, of the corps of engineers, 
receive the brevet of major. 

ROGERS, NICHOLAS. 

December 10, 1778. Resolved, That Major Nicholas Rogers, who came from France 
with Monsieur de Condray, has served as A. de C. to Major General De Kalb, and has 
obtained honorable testimonies of his conduct, but from the situation of his present 
affairs is obliged to leave the army, be promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel by 
brevet, as a reward for his services. 

RUDOLPH, MICHAEL. 

(Adjt. and Insp. of the Army, February 22, 1793.) 
September 24, 1779. Resolved, That Congress justly esteem the military caution so 

happily combined with daring activity by Lieutenants * * * Rudolph, in leading the 

forlorn hope (at Powle's Hook). 

Resolved, That the brevet and pay and subsistence of a captain be given* to 

Lieutenant Rudolph. 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM 
(Colonel 7th Infantry, March 3, 1808.) 

November 3. 1783. Resolved, That Colonel William Russell be promoted to the rank 
of brigadier by brevet. 

SARGENT, WINTHROP. 

(Adjt. Gen. of the Army under Maj. Gen. St. Clair. 1791.) 

August 28, 1783. Resolved, That Captain Winthrop Sargent be, and he is hereby, 
promoted to the rank of major by brevet in the army of the U. S. 

SECOND. 

September 30, 1783. Resolved, That Captain Second, late of Pulaski's Legion, be pro- 
moted to the rank of major by brevet in the army of the U. S., his relative rank to be 
settled by the date of his commission. 

SMITH, FRANCIS J. 

July 29. 1778. Whereas Monsieur Francis Joseph Smith has requested a commission 
to be made use of in case of his being made a prisoner while serving as a volunteer In 
the American Army. 

Resolved, That Monsieur F. J. Smith have the commission of ensign by brevet In the 
army of the U. S. 

ST. ELMO, GERARD DE. 

February 13, 1779. The Board of War. to whom was referred the letter of February 
3, from Monsieur Gerard de St. Elmo, having reported specially thereon. Congress took 
into consideration the said report, and thereupon came to the following Resolution: 
That Monsieur Gerard de St. Elmo, having manifested great zeal and encountered 
many difficulties to distinguish himself in the service of these States, (and) having 
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146 BREVETS CONFERRED FROM 177C-1812. 

also made a campaign here and behaved with bravery, and being about to return to 
France. 

Resolved, That he be appointed to the rank of major by brevet, as a testimony of the 
approbation of Congress of his zeal and services. 

STEVENS, EBENEZER. 

May 27, 1777. Resolved, That Captain Stevens of the artillery have the brevet of a 
major, he having had that rank before his present appointment as a captain, and being 
a worthy, good officer, as General Schuyler represents. 

April 30, 1778. Resolved, That Major Ebeuezer Stevens, in consideration of his ser- 
vices, and the strict attention with which he discharged his duty as commanding officer 
of artillery in the Northern Department during two campaigns, take rank by brevet as 
a Heut. colonel of Foot, and that he be commissioned accordingly. 

STEWART. 

November 19, 1777. Resolved, That Major Stewart, who brought the late intelligence 
from General Gates, and who is recommended as a deserving officer, have the rank of 
lieut. colonel by brevet, and be presented with a sword of the value of $100. 

STRUBING, PHILIP. 

April 15, 1784. Resolved, That a brevet commission of captain in the army of the 
be issued to Lieutenant Philip Strubing, late of Van Heer's Corps. 

TERNANT. 

October 13, 1783. Resolved, That the Secretary of War issue to Lieut. Colonel Teruant 
the brevet commission of colonel. 

TOUSARD, LEWIS. 

(Lieut. Colonel Comdt. Art. and Eiig., May 26, 1800.) 

October 27, 1778. Resolved, That the gallantry of Monsieur Tousard in the lato action 
on Rhode Island, is deserving of the highest applause, and that Congress, in considera- 
tion of his zeal and misfortune, do promote the said Monsieur Tousard to the rank of 
lieut. colonel by brevet, and that he do receive a pension of 30 dollars per month out 
of the Treasury of the U. S., during his life. 

VERDI. 

January 18, 1779. Resolved, That Congress agree to said report (cited in the case of 
Allain, and which recommends that the brevet of lieutenant be also granted to Mon- 
sieur Verdi). 

Resolved, That the sum of $400 be paid to each of these (French) gentlemen, to enable 
them to prosecute their voyage to France. 

VERDIER. 

February 6, 1784. Resolved, That the commission of captain by brevet be issued to 
Lieut. Verdier. 

VERMONET. 

September 18, 1776. Resolved, That Monsieur Vermonet have rank and pay of a major 
by brevet, he being a gentleman of considerable military abilities. 

VILLEFRANCHE. 

May 2, 1783. Resolved, That Major Villefranche, of the corps of engineers, be pro- 
moted to the rank of lieut. colonel by brevet. 

WILKINSON, JAMES. 

Adjt. Gen. of Gates' Army, afterwards Lieut. Col. Comdt. 2d Inf., Nov. 7, 1791. 
Brig. Gen., March 5, 1792. Gen. in chief of the army, Dec., 1796. Maj. Geii., March 
2, 1813. 

November 6, 1777. Resolved, That Colonel James Wilkinson, Adjt. General in the 
Northern army, in consideration of his services in that Department, and being strongly 
recommended by General Gates as a gallant officer and a promising military genius. 
and having brought despatches to Congress giving an account of the surrender of 
Lieut. General Burgoyne and his army on the 17th of October last, be continued in his 
present employment with a brevet of brigadier general in the army of the U. S. 

March 6, 1778. On account of dissatisfaction in the army, James Wilkinson relin- 
quished his brevet of brigadier. Resignation accepted, brevet maj. general, July 10, 
1812. (No record for what service.) 






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List of Officers on whom Brevets were 

Conferred 



By the President for " Gallant Actions, or Meritorious Conduct," during the 

War with Great Britain, showing the Regiment and Rank of the 

Officer at the time he received his Brevet. 



1812. 

Lieut. Col. James Miller, 6th Infantry. Brevet Col. Aug. 9. Gallant conduct battle of 
Brownstowu. 

Capt. Josiah Snelliug, 4th Infantry. Brevet Maj. Aug. 9. Gallant conduct Battle of 
Brownstowu. 

Capt. Daniel Baker, 1st Infantry. Brevet Maj. Aug. 9. Gallant conduct Battle of 
Brownstown. 

Capt. Charles Larrabee, 4th Infantry. Brevet Maj. Aug. 9. Gallant conduct Battle of 
Brownstowu. 

Capt. Z. Taylor. 7th Infantry. Brevet Maj. Sept. 5. Gallant conduct in the defence of 
Fort Harrison. 

Capt. Nathan Towson, 2nd Artillery. Brevet Maj. Oct. 8. Capturing the enemy's Brig 
Caledonia under the guns of Fort Erie. 

Lieut. Col. John B. Campbell, 19th Infantry. Brevet Col. Dec. 18. Gallant conduct- 
Battle of Mississineway. 

Maj. James V. Ball, 2nd Light Dragoons. Brevet Lieut. Col. Dec. 18. Gallant conduct- 
Battle of Mississiueway. 






1813. 



Lieut. Col. John R. Fenwick, Light Artillery. Brevet Col. March 18. Gallant conduct- 

Niagara Frontier. 

Capt. Joseph G. Totten, Corps of Engineers. Brevet Maj. June 6. Meritorious services. 
Capt. Eleazer D. Wood. Corps of Engineers. Brevet Maj. May 6. Distinguished services 

in the defence of Fort Meigs. 
Capt. Samuel B. Archer, 2nd Artillery. Brevet Maj., May 27. Meritorious services in the 

bomb't of Fort George, U. C. 

Capt. Arthur P. Hayne, 1st Light Dragoons. Brevet Maj. Aug. 1. 
Maj. George Croghani. 17th Infantry. Brevet Lieut. Col. Aug. 2. Gallant conduct in the 

defence of Fort Saudusky. 
1st Lieut. Charles J. Nourse, 2nd Light Dragoons. Brevet Capt. Aug. 15. Meritorious 

services. 
Col. Moses Porter, Light Artillery. Brevet Brig. Gen., Sept. '10. Distinguished services 

in the campaign of 1813. 

Maj. Abrarn Eustis, Light Artillery. Brevet Lieut. Col. Sept. 10. Meritorious services. 
Capt. R. H. McPhersou, Light Artillery. Brevet Maj. Nov. 11. Services in the campaign 

on the St. Lawrence in 1813. 
Col. John B. Walbach, Adjutant General, (Capt.) 1st Artillery. Brevet Maj. Nov. 11. 

Gallant conduct Battle of Crysler's Farm. St. Lawrence, U. C. 
Capt. Ichabod B. Crane, 3d Artillery. Brevet Maj. Nov. 13. Meritorious services. 

1814. 

Maj. Benjamin Forsyth, 1st Rifle. Brevet Lieut. Col. Feb. 6. Distinguished services. 
Col. Joseph G. Swift, Engineers. Brevet Brig. Gen. Feb. 19. Meritorious services. 
Capt Joseph Selden, 2nd Light Dragoons. Brevet Maj. Feb. 21. Meritorious services. 
Capt! Andrew H. Holmes. 24th Infantry. Brevet Maj. March 4. Gallant conduct. 
1st Lieut. Henry Whiting, 1st Light Dragoons. Brevet Capt. March 17. Meritorious 

Maj. R. H. McPherson. Light Artillery. Brevet Lieut. Col. March 30. Gallant conduct 
Lieut. Col. George E. Mitchell, 3rd 'Artillery. Brevet Col. May 5. Gallant conduct Battle 
Capt. f J?meI e H.' Boyle, 3rd Artillery. Brevet Maj. May 5. Gallant conduct-Battle 
Maj. DaSlFAppiing. 1st Rifle. Brevet Lieut. Col. May 30. Gallant conduct in defeating 



y. Brevet Maj. July 4. Gallant conduct in repelling 

5. Distinguished and 
meritorious services in the Battle of Chippewa. 



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Maj. Henry Lenvenworth, 9th Infantry. Brevet Lieut. Col. July 5. Distinguished and 
meritorious services in the Battle of Chippewa. 

Maj. John McNeil, llth Infantry. Brevet Lieut. Col. July 5. .Distinguished and 
meritorious services in the Battle of Chippewa. 

Maj. Roger Jones, Assist. Adjutant General. (Capt.) Corps of Artillery. Brevet Maj. 
July 5. Distinguished services in the Battle of Chippewa. 

Brevet Maj. Nathan Towson. Corps of Artillery. Brevet Lieut. Col. July 5. Distin- 
guished and gallant conduct in the Battle of Chippewa. 

Capt. Samuel D. Harris, Light Dragoons. Brevet Maj. July 5. Gallant conduct 
Battle of Chippewa. 

Capt. Thomas J. Harrison, 9th Infantry. Brevet Maj. July 5. Gallant conduct Battle 
of Chippewa. 

Capt. L. Austin, Aide-de-Camp, 46th Infantry. Brevet Maj. July 5. Gallant conduct 
Battle of Chippewa. 

1st Lieut. W. I. Worth. Aide-de-Camp, 23rd Infantry. Brevet Capt. July 5. Gallant and 
distinguished conduct Battle of Chippewa. 

2nd Lieut. George Watts, Light Dragoons. Brevet 1st Lieut. July 5. Gallant conduct- 
Battle of Chippewa. 

2nd Lieut. H. M. Campbell. Corps of Artillery. Brevet 1st Lieut. July 5. Gallant con- 
ductBattle of Chippewa. 

Brig. Gen. Winfleld Scott. U. S. Army. Brevet Maj. Gen. July 25. Distinguished ser- 
vices in the successive Battles of Chippewa and Niagara and uniform gallantry 
and good conduct. 

Brig. Gen. Eleazer W. Ripley, U. S. Army. Brevet Maj. Gen. July 25. Gallant conduct- 
Battle of Niagara. 

Col. James Miller, 21st Infantry. Brevet Brig. Gen. July 25. Distinguished and meri- 
torious services in the Battle of Niagara. 

Brevet Lieut. Col. Thomas S. Jesup. 25th Infantry. Brevet Col. July 25. Gallant con- 
duct and distinguished skill in the Battle of Niagara. 

Brevet Lieut. Col. H. Leavenworth, 9th Infantry. Brevet Col. July 25. Gallant conduct- 
Battle of Niagara. 

Brevet Lieut. Col. John M'Neil, Jr., llth Infantry. Brevet Col. July 25. Gallant conduct- 
Battle of Niagara. 

Maj. William McRee. Corps of Engineers. Brevet Lieut. Col. July 26. Gallant conduct 
Battle of Niagara. 

Brevet Maj. E. D. Wood. Corps of Engineers. Brevet Lieut. Col. July 25. Gallant con- 
ductBattle of Niagara. 

Brevet Maj. Samuel D. Harris, Light Dragoons. Brevet Lieut. Col. July 25. Gallant con- 
ductBattle of Niagara. 

Capt. Daniel Ketchum. 25th Infantry. Brevet Maj. July 25. Distinguished services and 
gallant conduct Battle of Niagara. 

Capt. John B. Murdock, 25th Infantry. Brevet Maj. July 25. Gallant conduct Battle 
of Niagara. 

Capt. Benjamin Watson, 25th Infantry. Brevet Maj. July 25. Gallant conduct Battle 
of Niagara. 

Capt. Gerard D. Smith, Brigade Major, 6th Infantry. Brevet Maj. July 25. Gallant con- 
ductBattle of Niagara. 

Capt. John Pentland, 22ud Infantry. Brevet Maj. July 25. Gallant conduct Battle 
of Niagara. 

Capt. Azariah W. Odell, 23rd Infantry. Brevet Maj. July 25. Gallant conduct Battle 
of Niagara. 

Capt. William McDonald, 19th Infantry. Brevet Maj. July 25. Gallant conduct Battle 
of Niagara. 

Capt. Sullivan Burbank, 21st Infantry. Brevet Maj. July 25. Gallant conduct Battle 
of Niagara. 

Capt. W. J. Worth, Aide-de-Camp. 23rd Infantry. Brevet Maj. July 25. Distinguished 
and gallant conduct Battle of Niagara. 

1st Lieut. David Riddle, 15th Infantry. Brevet Capt. July 25. Gallant conduct- 
Battle of Niagara. 

1st Lieut. Donald Frazer. Aide-de-Camp, 15th Infantry. Brevet Capt. July 25. Gallant con- 
ductBattle of Niagara. 

1st Lieut. John P. Livingston, 23rd Infantry. Brevet Capt. July 25. Gallant conduct- 
Battle of Niagara. 

1st Lieut. John W. Holding, 21st Infantry. Brevet Capt. July 25. Gallant conduct- 
Battle of Niagara. 

1st Lieut. N. S. Clark. Brigade Major, llth Infantry. Brevet Capt. July 25. Gallant con- 
ductBattle of Niagara. 

2nd Lieut. Jacob Schmuck. Corps of Artillery. Brevet 1st Lieut. July 25. Gallant con- 
ductBattle of Niagara. 

2nd Lieut. Edward B. Randolph, 20th Infantry. Brevet 1st Lieut. July 25. Gallant con- 
ductBattle of Niagara. 

3rd Lieut. S. Rector, Rangers. Brevet 2nd Lieut. July 13. 

Ensign John Riggs. Rangers. Brevet 3rd Lieut. July 13. 

Capt. Robert Dosha. 24th Infantry. Brevet Maj. Aug. 4. Gallant conduct in the attack 
on Fort Michilimacinac. 

Brig. (Jen. Edmund P. Gaines, U. S. Army. Brevet Maj. Gen. Aug. 15. Gallantry and 
good conduct in defeating the enemy in the assault upon Fort Erie, U. C. 

Brevet Lieut. Col. William McRee. Corps of Engineers. Brevet Col. Aug. 15. Distin 
guished and meritorious services in the defence of Fort Erie. 

Maj. George M. Brooke. 23rd -Infantry. Brevet Lieut. Col. Aug. 15. Gallant conduct 
in the defence of Fort Erie. 

Maj. Jacob Hindman. Corps of Artillery. Brevet Lieut. Col. Aug. 15. Gallant conduct 
in the defence of Fort Erie. 

Maj. N. N. Hall. Assistant Inspector General, (1st Lieut.) 21st Infantry. Brevet Capt. 
Aug. 1.". Gallant conduct in the defence of Fort Eric. 

Capt. W. S. Foster, llth Infantry. Brevet Maj. Aug. 15. Gallant conduct in the 
defence of Fort Erie. 



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" j ' Aug ' 15 ' Gallant COnduct 
e d o 6 f FoYt Eri? 8 * Artillerjr ' Brevet Ma J- A "g- Gallant conduct 
BreVet MaJ> Aug ' 15 ' Gallant conduct in the 



Fort U Eri th Infantry ' Brevet MaJ. Aug. 15. Gallant conduct in the 

Capt. Morrill Marston, 21st Infantry. Brevet MaJ. Aug. 15. Gallant conduct in the 

defence of Fort Erie. 
1st Lieut R. A. Zautziuger, Corps of Artillery. Brevet Capt. Aug. 15. Gallant conduct 

in the defence of Fort Erie. 
1st Lieut. Jonathan Kearsly, 4th Rifle. Brevet Capt. Aug. 15. Gallant conduct in the 

defence of Fort Erie. 
1st Lieut. Joseph Gleasou, 9th Infantry. Brevet Capt. Aug. 15. Gallant conduct In the 

defence of Fort Erie. 
2nd Lieut. R. M. Kirby, Aide-de-Camp, Corps of Artillery. Brevet 1st Lieut. Aug. 15. 

Gallant conduct in the defence of Fort Erie. 
2nd Lieut. Benjamin F. Larned, 21st Infantry. Brevet 1st Lieut. Aug. 15. Gallant conduct 

in the defence of Fort Erie. 
2nd Lieut. John Watmaugh, Corps of Artillery. Brevet 1st Lieut. Aug. 15. Gallant 

conduct in the defence of Fort Erie. 
3rd Lieut. Richard H. Lee, 4th Rifle. Brevet 2nd Lieut. Aug. 15. Gallant conduct 

in the defence of Fort Erie. 
3rd Lieut. Charles Cissua, 19th Infantry. Brevet 2nd Lieut. Aug. 15. Gallant conduct 

in the defence of Fort Erie. 
Brig. Gen. Alexander Macomb, U. S. Army. Brevet Maj. Gen. Sept. 11. Distinguished 

and gallant conduct in defeating the enemy at Plattsburg. 
Brevet Lieut. Col. Daniel Appliug, 1st Rifle. Brevet Col. Sept. 11. Gallant conduct- 

Battle of Plattsburg. 
Maj. John E. Wool, 29th Infantry. Brevet Lieut. Col. Sept. 11. Gallant conduct- 

Battle of Plattsburg. 
Brevet Maj. Joseph G. Totten, Corps of Engineers. Brevet Lieut. Col. Sept. 11. Gallant 

conduct Battle of Plattsburg. 
Capt. Alexander S. Brooks, Corps of Artillery. Brevet Maj. Sept. 11. Gallant conduct- 

Battle of Plattsburg. 
Capt. George McGlassiu, 15th Infantry. Brevet Maj. Sept. 11. Gallant conduct Battle 

of Plattsburg. 
Capt. White Youngs, 15th Infantry. Brevet Maj. Sept. 11. Gallant conduct Battle 

of Plattsburg. 
1st Lieut. R. E. De Russey, Corps of Engineers. Brevet Capt. Sept. 11. Gallant conduct- 

Battle of Plattsburg. 
1st Lieut. John Mountfort, Corps of Artillery- Brevet Capt. Sept. 11. Gallant conduct- 

Battle of Plattsburg. 
1st Lieut. Harold Smyth, Corps of Artillery. Brevet Capt. Sept. 11. Gallant conduct- 

Battle of Plattsburg. 
1st Lieut. Chester Root, Corps of Artillery. Brevet Capt. Sept. 11. Gallant conduct- 

Battle of Plattsburg. 
2nd Lieut. George Trescott, Corps of Engineers. Brevet 1st Lieut. Sept. 11. Gallant 

conduct Battle of Plattsburg. 
2nd Lieut. J. G. Cromwell, Corps of Artillery. Brevet 1st Lieut. Sept. 11. Gallantry 

and good conduct during the battle of Plattsburg. 
Maj. George Armistead, Corps of Artillery. Brevet Lieut. Col. Sept. 12. Gallant conduct 

in defence of Fort McHeury. 
Maj. William Lawrence, 2nd Infantry. Brevet Lieut. Col. Sept. 15. Gallant conduct 

in the attack on Fort Boyer. 
Lieut. Col. James McDonald, 1st Rifle. Brevet Col. Sept. 17. Distinguished and meri- 

torious services in the Sortie from Fort Erie. 
Lieut. Col. Thomas Aspinwnll. 9th Infantry. Brevet Col. Sept. 17. Distinguished and 

meritorious services in the Sortie from Fort Erie. 
Brevet Lieut. Col. George M. Brooke, 23rd Infantry. Brevet Col. Sept. It. Distin- 

guished and meritorious services in the Sortie from Fort Erie. 
Mai Roger Jones, Assistant Adjutant General. (Capt.) Artillery. Brevet Lieut. Col. 

Sept. 17. Gallantry and good conduct in the Sortie from Fort Erie. 
Maj. Talbot Chambers, 4th Rifle. Brevet Lieut. Col. Sept. 17. Gallant conduct Sortie 

Maj. f w! U A. Trimble, 19th Infantry. Brevet Lieut. Col. Sept. 17. Gallant conduct 
Brev4 r Capf !' David' t RidcUe, 15th Infantry. Brevet Maj. Sept. 17. Gallant conduct- 
Brov?t$fpt. FO D. ^^ei^Aid-de-Cnmp, 15th Infantry. Brevet Maj. Sept. 17. Gallant 
M? KlXiS. lilf-de-Camp, Corps of Artillery. Brevet Capt. Sept. 17. 

1st i^^S^ Sneers. Brevet Capt. Sept. 17. Gallant con- 
2nd aSrt^StaiT? g?ant E 23fd Infantry. Brevet 1st Lieut. Sept. 17. Gallant con- 



2nd Leucesov.ps of Engineers. Brevet 1st Lieut. Sept. 17. Gallant 
Brev "td C Lieul he Ric e h?a?d Ce H f ES? SdVcamp. 4th Rifle. Brevet 1st Lieut. Sept. 17. 



Brevet 1st Lieut. Sept. 17. Gallant 
3rd * 



^h* Infantry. Brevet 2nd Lieut. Sept. 17. Gallant con- 






Brevet Maj. Oct. 31. Gallant conduct. 



150 BREVETS CONFERRED BY THE PRESIDENT, 1814-15. 

Capt. William Levnll, 3rd Infantry. Brevet Maj. Nov. 7. Gallant conduct during thai 

Siege of New Orleans. 
1st Lieut. Richard K. Call, 44th Infantry. Brevet Capt. Nov. 7. Gallant conduct at 

Pensacola on the 7th Nov. and before New Orleans on the 23rd Dec. 
Maj. George Bomford, Corps of Engineers. Brevet Lieut. Col. Dec. 22. Distinguished 

services in the Ordnance Department. 
Col. Robert Butler, Adjutant General, (Maj.) 24th Infantry. Brevet Lieut. Col. Dec. 23J 

Gallant conduct during the Siege of New Orleans. 
Maj. Henry D. Piere, 44th Infantry. Brevet Lieut. Col. Dec. 23. Gallant conduct 

during the Siege of New Orleans. 
Maj. William Piatt, 34th Infantry. Brevet Lieut. Col. Dec. 23. Gallant conduct during] 

the Siege of New Orleans. 
Col. A. P. Hayne, Inspector General, (Capt.) Light Dragoons. Brevet Lieut. Col. Dec. 23.J 

Gallant conduct during the Siege of New Orleans. 
Maj. Walter H. Overton, 3rd Rifle. Brevet Lieut. Col. Dec. 23. Gallant conduct durind 

the Siege of New Orleans. 
Maj. Alexander A. White. 12th Infantry. Brevet Lieut. Col. Dec. 23. Gallant conduct] 

during the Siege of New Orleans. 

Capt. John Reid, 44th Infantry. Brevet Maj. Dec. 23. Gallant conduct during the, 

Siege of New Orleans. 
Capt. W. O. Butler, 44th Infantry. Brevet Maj. Dec. 23. Gallant conduct during thoj 

Siege of New Orleans. 
Capt. Isaac L. Baker, 44th Infantry. Brevet Maj. Dec. 23. Gallant conduct during the 

Siege of New Orleans. 
Capt. Henry Chotard. 3rd Infantry. Brevet Maj. Dec. 23. Gallant conduct during the' 

Siege of New Orleans. 
Capt. John M. Davis, 2nd Infantry. Brevet Maj. Dec. 23. Gallant conduct during thei 

Siege of New Orleans. 
Capt. Enoch Humphreys, Corps of Artillery. Brevet Major. Dec. 23. Gallant conduct 

during the Siege of New Orleans. 
1st Lieut. William Gibbs, 44th Infantry. Brevet Capt. Dec. 23. Gallant conducts 

during the Siege of New Orleans. 
3rd Lieut. Joseph Leach, 7th Infantry. Brevet 2nd Lieut. Dec. 23. Gallant conduct! 

during the Siege of New Orleans. 

1315. 

Capt. Thomas L. Butler, 28th Infantry. Brevet Maj. Jan. 8. Gallant conduct during the] 

Siege of New Orleans. 
Capt. Samuel Vail. 7th Infantry. Brevet Maj. Jan. 8. Gallant conduct during thd 

Siege of New Orleans. 
Capt. George C. Allen, 7th Infantry. Brevet Maj. Jan. 8. Gallant conduct during the] 

Siege of New Orleans. 
Capt. Elijah Montgomery, 7th Infantry. Brevet Maj. Jan. 8. Gallant conduct during! 

the Siege of New Orleans. 
1st Lieut. Samuel Spotts, Corps of Artillery. Brevet Capt. Jan. 8. Gallant conduct! 

during the Siege of New Orleans. 
Col. Charles K. Gardner, Adjutant General, (Maj.) 25th Infantry. Brevet Lieut. Coll 

Feb. 5. Distinguished and meritorious services. 
2nd Lieut. John P. Dieterich. 23rd Infantry. Brevet 1st Lieut. Feb. 5. Gallant] 

conduct. 

2nd Lieut. John Brady. 22nd Infantry. Brevet 1st Lieut. Feb. 5. Gallant conduct. 
Capt. Sylvanus Thayer, Corps of Engineers. Brevet Maj. Feb. 20. Distinguished and 

meritorious services at Norfolk. 
1st Lieut. Luther Scott, Corps of Artillery. Brevet Capt. Feb. 20. Distinguished andj 

meritorious services. 
2nd Lieut. Francis O. Byrd, Corps of Artillery. Brevet 1st Lieut. Feb. 20. Distin-j 

guished and meritorious services. 

Brevet Maj. John B. Walbach, Corps of Artillery. Brevet Lieut. Col. May 1. Meri- 
torious services. 

Brevet Maj. Joseph Selden, 3rd Rifle. Brevet Lieut. Col. May 1. 
Brevet Lieut. Col. Jacob Hindman, Corps of Artillery. Brevet Col. May 17. Meritorious 

services. 



ARMY LIST 

1515 re 1900. 



ARMY LIST, 

1815 to 1900. 

Graduates of the Military Academy are denoted by an asterisk(*), 



ABADIE, EUGENE H. [Born In France. Appointed from Penu.) 

Asst. Surg., 4 July, 1836. Maj. Surg., 24 July,l53. Lieut. Col. Asst. Med. Pur., 
from 28 July, 1866, to 4 March, 1867. Died2>*epr, 1874. Bvt. Lieut. Col. and Col., 
13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritOPhTus services during the war. 

ABBOT, CHARLES W., JR. ^X^ [Born in R. 1. Appointed from R. I.] 

2nd Lieut. 12th Inf., 16 Feb., 1881 ;/accepted 1 March, 1881. 1st Lieut., 1 Sept., 1887. 

Reg. Adj., 13 May, 1889. Capt., 26 April, 1898. Graduate of the Infantry and 

Cavalry School, 1883. Col. 1st R. I. Vols., 10 May, 1898, until muster out, 30 

March, 1899. 

ABBOT, FREDERICK V.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. Eng., 13 June, 1879. 1st Lieut., 17 June, 1881. Capt., 22 July, 1888. Maj., 

5 July, 1898. 
ABBOT, HENRY.* [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 20th Inf., 11 June, 1897. Died 23 Dec., 1898. 

ABBOT, HENRY L.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Top. Eng., 1 July, 1854. 2nd Lieut., 2 Oct., 1855. 1st Lieut., 1 July, 

1857. Bvt. Capt., 21 July, 1861, for gallant and meritorious services in the Battle 

>of Bull Run, Va. Bvt. Maj., 4 May, 1862, for gallant and meritorious services in 
the Siege of Yorktown, Va. Capt. Top. Eug., 18 June, 1862. Col. 1st Conn. Art., 19 
Jan., 1863. Trans, to Eng., 3 March, 1863. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 1 Aug., 1864, for 
gallant and distinguished services in the operations before Richmond, and espe- 
cially in the lines before Petersburg, Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865, for gal- 
lant and meritorious services during the Siege of Petersburg, Va. Bvt. Col., 13 
March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious services during the war. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 
13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious services in the field during the war. 
Bvt. Maj. Gen. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious services during the 
war. Mustered out of Vol. service, 25 Sept., 1865. Maj. Eng., 11 Nov., 1865. 
Lieut. Col., 31 March, 1880. Col., 12 Oct., 1886. Retired by operation of law, 13 
Aug., 1895. 
ABBOT, WILLIAM.* [Boru in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 9th Inf., 14 June, 1872. Resigned 27 March. 1876. 

ABBOTT, ASA T. [Born in Maine. Appointed from Minn.] 

Priv. Co. E, 1st Minn. Vols., 29 April, 1861. Trans, to Sig. Corps, 12 Aug., 1863. 2nd 
Lieut. Sig. Corps. 31 Aug., 1863. Mustered out 29 Aug., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 28th Inf., 
7 March, 1867. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 7 March, 1867, for faithful and meritorious services 
in the Sig. Corps during the war. Unassigned 31 March, 1869. Ass'd to 3rd Art., 14 
July, 1869. 1st Lieut., 30 June, 1876. Retired 23 April, 1879. Graduate of the Ar- 
tillery School, 1872. 

ABBOTT, EDWARD F.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 1 July, 1847. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 8 Sept., 1847. 1st Lieut.. 

4 Aug., 1851. R. Q. M., 17 Aug., 1851, to 31 Dec., 1854. Resigned 31 Dec., 1854. 
ABBOTT. EDWARD S. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Army.] 

2nd Lieut. 17th Inf., 10 Nov., 1862. 1st Lieut.. 27 April, 1863. Killed at Battle of 
Gettysburg. Pa.. 2 July, 1863. Bvt. Capt., 2 July, 1863, for gallant and meritorious 
service at the Battle of Gettysburg, Pa. 

ABBOTT. LEMUEL A. [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

1st Sergt. Co. B, 10th Vt. Vols., 28 July, 1862. 2nd Lieut. 10th Vt. Vols., 20 March, 

1863. 1st Lieut.. 31 July, 1864. Capt.. 5 Feb.. 1865. Mustered out 22 June, 1865. 

1st Lieut. 97th U. S. Col. Troops, 6 Nov., 1865. Mustered out 6 April, 1866. 2nd 

Lieut. 6th Cav., 2 July, 1867. 1st Lieut., 10 Sept., 1869. R. Q. M.. 25 Nov., 1869, 

to 17 May, 1873. Capt., 3 June, 1880. Retired, for wounds received in line of 

duty, 3 Jan.. 1885. Bvt. Maj., Feb. 27. 1890. for gallant services in action against 

Indians at Big Dry Wash, Ariz., 17 July, 1882. 

ABBOTT, LUCIUS. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Asst. Surg.. 15 Jan., 1828. Resigned 31 March, 1834. 

ABBOTT, ROBERT O. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Asst. Surg., 23 Nov.. 1849. Maj. Surg., 16 April. 1862. Died 16 June, 1867. Bvt. 
Capt., 21 July, 1861, for gallant and nieritoxjoua services at the Battle of Bull 
Run, Va. Bvt. Maj., 4 May, 1862, for gallant aHtl meritorious services at the 
Siege of Yorktown. Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and mer- 
itorious services during the Siege of Petersburg. Va. Bvt. Col., 13 March. 1865, 
for gallant and meritorious services during the war. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 March, 
1865, for gallant and meritorious services in the field duiung the war. 

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154 ARMY LIST 1815-1900. 

ABEEL JAMES S. [Born in Fenn. Appointed from N. Y.] 

3rd Lieut. 23rd Inf., 13 May, 1813. 1st Lieut., 1 Oct., 1814. Disbanded 15 June, ; 
1815. Reinstated 2 Dec., 1815, as 2nd Lieut. Corps Art. 1st Lieut., 20 April, 1818J 
Trans, to 1st Art., 1 June, 1821. Trans, to 2nd Art., 16 Aug., 1821. Resigned 31' 
Dec., 1834. Mil. Storekeeper, 6 Jan., 1838. Capt. O. S. K., 28 July, 1866. Retired;! 
22 Feb., 1869. Died 1 Dec., 1870. Retained Jan., 1816, (in re-organization under^ 
Act of 3 March, 1815), as 2nd Lieut, of Art., with Bvt. of 1st Lieut, from 1 Oct., 
1814. Bvt. Capt., 20 April, 1828, for ten years' faithful service in one grade. 
\BELL CORYDON S. . [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Ky.] 

Asst. Surg., 3 March, 1847. 3rd Drag., 9 April, 1847. Disbanded 31 July, 1848. 
ABELL HENRY H. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Priv. C, 19th Ohio Vols., 29 May, to 19 Aug., 1861. Priv. L, 6th Ohio Cav., 18 Oct., 
1861. 2nd Lieut.. 16 Dec., 1861. Hon. mustered out 25 Oct., 1864. 2nd Lieut., 26 
Cav., 28 July, 1866. 1st Lieut., 21 Feb., 1867. Discharged 15 Dec., 1870. 
ABERCROMBIE, JOHN J.* [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 1 July, 1822. 2nd Lieut.. 1 July, 1822. 1st Lieut., 26 
Sept., 1828. Reg. Adj., 1 Aug., 1825, to 1 March, 1833. Capt., 4 Sept., 1836. Maj. 
5th Inf., 8 Sept., 1847. Lieut. Col. 2nd Inf., 1 May, 1852. Col. 7th Inf.. 25 Feb., 

1861. Retired 12 June, 1865. Died 3 Jan., 1877. Bvt. Maj., 25 Dec., 1837, for gallant 
and meritorious conduct in Florida. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 23 Sept., 1846, for gallant 
and meritorious conduct at Monterey. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 March, 1865. for long 
and faithful services in the army. Brig. Gen. Vols., 9 Sept., 1861. Mustered out of! 
Vol. service, 24 June, 1864. 

ABERCROMBIE, RALPH. [Born in Md. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 30 June, 1855. Resigned 31 May, 1857. 1st Lieut., 13th Inf., 

14 May, 1861. Resigned 15 Aug., 1862. 

ABERCROMBIE, WM. R. [Born in Minn. Appointed from X. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 1 March, 1877. Accepted, 10 March, 1877. 1st Lieut., 20 March, 

1885. Capt. 2nd Inf., 27 Aug., 1896. 

ABERNETHY, ROBERT S.* [Born in Texas. Appointed from Texas.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 11 June, 1897. 2nd Lieut.. 10 Feb., 1898. 1st Lieut. 6th 

Art., 2 March, 1899. Capt. 36th U. S. Vol. Inf., 5 July, 1899. 

ABERT, JAMES W.* [Born in N. J. Appointed nt Large.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 1 July, 1842. Trans, to Top. Eng., 24 May, 1843. 2nd Lieut., 

27 May, 1846. 1st Lieut., 3 March, 1853. Capt., I July, 1856. Maj. Eng.. 3 March, 

1863. Resigned 25 June, 1864. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 25 June, 1864, for faithful and 
meritorious service in the Valley of the Shenandoah from June, 1861, to Sept., 

1862. Maj. TJ. S. A., 3 Jan.. 1895, by Act of Congress, Aug. 17, 1894. Retired 14 
Jan., 1895. Died Aug., 10, 1897. 

ABERT, JOHN J.* [Born in Md. Appointed from Va.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad., 18 Jan., 1808, to 1 April, 1811, when he graduated but declined 

appointment. Bvt. Maj. Top. Eng., 22 Nov., 1814. Bvt. Lieut. Col. Top. Eng.. 22 

Nov., 1824. Col., 7 July, 1838. Retired 9 Sept., 1861. Died 27 Jan., 1863. Bvt. 

Lieut. Col., 22 Nov., 1824, for ten years' faithful service in one grade. 

ABERT, WM. STRETCH. [Born in D. C. Appointed from D. C.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 18 June, 1855. 1st Lieut., 31 March, 1857. Capt. 3rd Cav., 14 

May, 1861; 6th Cav., 3 Aug., 1861. Lieut. Col. A. I. G., 17 Nov., 1862, to 6 Oct., 

1864. Col. 3rd Mass. Art., 3 Dec., 1864, to 18 Sept., 1865. Maj. 7th Cav., 8 June, 
1867. Died 25 Aug., 1867. Bvt. Maj.. 27 May, 1862, for gallant and meritorious 
service at the Battle of Hanover C. H., Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 17 Sept.. 1862, for 
gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of Antietam, Md., and Brig. Gen. 
Vols., 13 March. 1865, for gallant services during the war. 

ABRAHAMS, BENJAMIN. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Corpl. Co. I, 21st Mass. Vols., 19 Aug., 1861. to 18 Aug., 1864. A. Asst. P. M. V. S. X.. 
14 Dec.. 1864, to 24 Sept., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 39th Inf., 22 Jan., 1867. Died 13 
Sept., 1867. 

ABRAHAMS, DAVID B. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Friv. Co. G, 22nd Mass. Vols., 16 Sept., 1861, to 19 Aug., 1862. 2nd Lieut. 6th U. S. 
Col. Inf., 21 Oct., 1864. 1st Lieut., 24 Feb., 1866. Honorably mustered out 19 April, 
1866. 2nd Lieut. 36th Inf., 24 Aug., 1867. Resigned 7 April, 1869. 

ACKER, WM. H. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Minn.] 

Capt. 1st Minn. Vols., 29 April, 1861. Resigned 20 Aug., 1861. Capt. 16th Inf.. 14 

May, 1861. Killed at Battle of Shiloh, Tenn., 7 April. 1862. Bvt. Maj., 7 April. 

1862, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Shiloh, Tenn. 

ADAIR, GEORGE W. [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

Asst. Surg., 10 Nov., 1874. Capt. Asst. Surg., 10 Nov., 1879. Maj. Surg., 11 

Sept., 1891. 

ADAIR. JOHN, JR.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Oregon.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Drag., 6 May, 1861. 1st Cav., 3 Aug., 1861. 1st Lieut., 7 Sept., 1861. 

Dismissed 29 Dec., 1861. 

ADAIR, JOHN I. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. and Sergt. Co. E, 3rd Batt. 18th Inf., 2 Nov., 1861. to 20 Aug., 1862. 2nd Lieut. 
18th Inf., 14 July, 1862. 1st Lieut., 22 March, 1863. Reg. Adj., 29 July, to 14 Nov., 
1866. Resigned 7 June, 1867. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 31 Dec., 1862. for gallant and meri- 
torious service at the Battle of Murfreesboro', Tenn. Bvt. Capt., 1 Sept., 1864. for 
gallant and meritorious service during the Atlanta campaign at the Battle of Jones- 
boro'. Ga. 

ADAIR. LEWIS D. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

1st Lieut. 26th Ohio Vols., 24 July, 1861. Capt.. 1 Dec., 1861. Hon. mustered out 25 
July, 1864. 1st Lieut. 22nd Inf., 28 July, 1866. Died 5 Oct., 1872, of wounds re- 
ceived in 'action with Indians in Dakota. 

ADAIR, SAMUEL E.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from W. Va.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Cav., 11 June, 1881. 1st Lieut. Tar. (9th), 25 Feb., 1891. Trans, to 

5th Cav., 27 April, 1891. Resigned 5 Aug., 1897. 

ADAIR, WM. I. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Capt. 17th Inf., 12 March, 1812. Trans, to 3rd Inf., 17 Mav, 1815. Resigned 17 
March, 1817. 



ARMY LIST 1815-1900. 155 

ADAM EMIL. [Born In Germany. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 9th 111. Vols., 25 April, 1861. 1st Lieut., 28 July, 1861. Capt., 14 Nov., 
1861. Mustered out 20 Aug., 1864. Priv. Co. E, 144th 111. Vols., 1 Sept., 1864. Capt. 
144th 111. Vols., 10 Sept., 1864. Maj., 18 March, 1865. Mustered out 14 July, 1865. 
1st Lieut. 39th Inf., 28 July, 1866. Capt.. 31 May. 1867. Unassigned 20 April, 1869. 
Ass'd to 5th Cav., 15 Dec., 1870. Bvt. Maj., 27 Feb., 1890, for gallant services in 
actions against Indians at Muchos Canons, Ariz., 25 Sept., 1872. Maj. 6th Cav., 11 
June. 1886. Retired 8 March, 1893. 

ADAMS, AXEL S. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Army.] 

Friv. and Sergt. Co. B. 2nd Batt., 14th Inf., 27 Feb., to 19 May, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 2nd 
Cav., 3 May, 1865. 1st Lieut., 6 July, 1865. Capt., 27 Nov., 1868. Resigned 26 
Oct., 1869. 

ADAMS. DANIEL M. [Born in N. H. Appointed from Kansas.] 

Addl. P. M. Vols., 19 Feb., 1863, to 20 March, 1867. Bvt. Lieut. Col. Vols., 7 June, 
1866, for faithful services in Pay Dept. Maj. P. M., 17 Jan., 1867. Resigned 1 
May. 1867. 

ADAMS, FRANK T. [Born in Penn. Appointed from N. J.] 

Priv. Co. D. 15th Penn. Cav., 11 Aug., 1862. Trans, to Co. M, 1 March, 1863. Dis- 
charged 17 Julv, 1863. Recruiting 2nd Lieut. 2nd N. J. Cav., 23 July, 1863. 2nd 
Lieut. 2nd N. J. Cav., 2 Sept., 1863. 1st Lieut., 9 March, 1864. Mustered out 1 
Nov., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 15th Inf., 23 Feb., 1866. Trans, to 33rd Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. 
1st Lieut., 17 Jan., 1867. Reg. Adj., 24 Aug., 1868, to 3 May, 1869. Trans, to 8th 
Inf.. 3 May, 1869. Died 26 July, 1880. 

ADAMS. GEORGE F. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Army.] 

2nd Lieut. 33rd Mass. Vols., 5 Aug., 1862. 1st Lieut., 15 Jan., 1863. Resigned 28 
March, 1863. Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. C, 2nd Batt., 17th Inf., 11 May, 1863 to 
25 July, 1864. 2nd Lieut. 17th Inf.. 30 June, 1864. 1st Lieut., 30 June, 1864. Dis- 
missed 22 Feb., 1865. Bvt. Capt., 18 Aug., 1864, for gallant service at the Battle 
on the Weldon Railroad, Va. 

ADAMS. GRANGER.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Art., 15 June. 1876. 1st Lieut., 30 March, 1884. Reg. Q. M., 4 Oct., 

1889, to - . Graduate of the Artillery School, 1882. Capt. 7th Art., 19 Sept., 1898. 

ADAMS, HENRY H. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Priv. Co. C, 98th Ohio Vols., 2 Feb., 1864. Corpl., 20 March, 1865. Discharged 26 

June, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 16th Inf., 23 Feb., 1866. Trans, to 25th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. 

1st Lieut., 21 Sept.. 1866. Trans, to 18th Inf., 26 April, 1869. Capt. 18th Inf., 15 

Oct.. 1886. Maj. 18th Inf., 2 March, 1899. 

ADAMS. HENRY M.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. Eng., 18 June, 1866. 1st Lieut., 10 July, 1866. Capt., 2 Sept., 1874. Maj., 

10 Jan., 1887. 

ADAMS. HENRY R.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 23rd Inf., 12 June, 1887. 2nd Lieut. 25th Inf., 1 Sept., 1887. Re- 

signed 1 Sept., 1888. 

ADAMS, ISAAC A.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Maine.] 

3rd Lieut. Corps Art., 17 July, 1817. 2nd Lieut., 29 Sept., 1817. 1st Lieut., 31 

July, 1819. Trans, to 3rd Art., 1 June, 1821. Trans, to 4th Art., 3 Oct., 1821. Died 

19 Oct.. 1829. 

ADAMS. JASPER. [Born in Mass. Appointed from S. C.] 

Chaplain, Prof, at Mil. Acad., 1 Sept., 1838. Resigned 15 Nov., 1840. 

ADAMS. JOHN.* [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Drag., 1 July, 1846. 2nd Lieut., 6 Dec., 1846. 1st Lieut., 9 Oct., 

1851. Capt., 30 Nov., 1856. Resigned 31 May, 1861. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 16 March, 

1848. for gallant and meritorious conduct at Santa Cruz de Resales, Mexico. 

ADAMS. JOHN Q. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Friv. Co. C, 88th Ohio Vols.. 26 May, 1862. Discharged 26 Sept.. "1862. Q. M. Sergt. 

Co. I, 10th Ohio Cav., 15 Oct., 1862. Priv. Co. B, Batt. Cav. Miss. Marine Brigade, 

23 Feb., 1863. 2nd Lieut. Sig. Corps, 3 March, 1863. Mustered out 22 Aug., 1865. 

2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 17 Aug., 1867. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 17 Aug., 1867, for gallant 

and meritorious serivce in the Sig. Corps in the Battle of Alatoona, Ga. Bvt. 

Capt., 17 Aug., 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Sig. Corps at the 

capture of Fort McAllister and Savannah, Ga., and during the war. 1st Lieut. 

14 Sept., 1869. Capt., 31 Oct., 1884. Retired (own request), 6 Nov., 1896 

ADAMS, JULIUS W.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Kv.l 

2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 24 June, 1861. 1st Lieut., 24 June, 1861. Capt., 9 AUK 1862 

Resigned 29 June, 1864. Died 15 Nov., 1865. 

ADAMS, MILTON B.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Ohio.] 

1st Lieut. Eng., 23 June, 1865. Capt., 6 Jan., 1870. Maj., 3 July, 1883. Lieut. Col.. 

5 July, 1898. 
ADAMS, MOSES N. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Minn. I 

Post Chaplain. 14 Feb., 1876. Retired (op. law), 14 Feb.. 1886 

ADAMS, SAML. [Born in Maine. Appointed from Md.l 

Asst. Surg., 16 April. 1862. Died 9 Sept., 1867. Bvt. Capt., 13 March, 1865, for 

gallant and meritorious service during the operations in front of Petersburg Va 

Bvt. Maj.. 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service during the war. 

ADAMS. STERLING P.* [Born in Ala. Appointed from Ala.] 

2nd Lieut, of Cav. (1st), 11 June, 1892. 1st Lieut. 9th Cav., 14 Dec., 1898. 
ADAMS, THOS. B.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Art., 1 July, 1828. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 Julv, 1828. 1st Lieut 

Dec.. 1834. Died 14 Dec., 1837. 
ADAMS THOS. R.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Miss.] 

87L Gnidliate f Artlller ' r 



ADAMS WM. [Born in Ireland. Appointed from Penn.] 

Priv. Artif. and Armorer Ord. Dep., 19 Nov.. 1838. to 19 Nov., 1848. Ord. Storekeeper 
Lo ep : ! 8 r^ Capt ' Ord - Storekeeper, 28 July, 1866. Retired (op. law), 14 July! 
looo. Died 2o Oct., 1888. 



156 ARMY LIST 1815-1900. 

ADAMS WM A [Born In Ga. Appointed from Army.) 

Priv Sergt' and 1st Sergt. C, 13th Inf., 2 April, 1847, to 3 May, 1848. 2nd Lieut. 

13th Inf.. 3 March, 1848. Disbanded 15 July, 1848. 

ADAMS WM B [Born in Pa. Appointed from N. \.J 

1st Lieut. 13th Inf.. 12 March, 1812. Capt, 13 May, 1813. Disbanded 15 June. 1815. 

Re-instated 17 Mav, 1816, as 1st Lieut. 5th Inf. Resigned 1 May. 1817. 2nd Lieut. 

Corps Art., 31 Oct., 1818. Disbanded 1 June, 1821. Bvt. Capt., 13 May, 1815. 

ADAMS WYLY C [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 31 May, 1848. 1st Lieut., 1 July, 1852. Dismissed 10 Aug., 1854. 

ADDE GEORGE J. [Born in Va. Appointed from La.] 

2nd Lieut. Smith's Reg. Fla. Vols., 3 Feb., to 12 May, 1836. 1st Lieut. Adj. 1st La. 

Inf. 9 May, to 9 Aug., 1846. 1st Lieut, of Inf., 5 March, 1847. 3rd Drag., 9 April, 

1847. Disbanded 8 Aug., 1848. 

ADDISON. JOHN McL. [Born in \ a. Appointed from D. C.] 

2nd Lieut. Mounted Rifles, 14 June, 1848. Resigned 30 Nov., 1850. 
ADDISON, OVERTOX C. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Surg. Mate 1st Inf., 19 Feb., 1817. Resigned 18 March, 1818. 
ADKINS, ISAAC L. [Born m Del. Appointed from Pa.] 

Asst. Surg., 23 Nov., 1849. Resigned 9 Oct., 1852. 
ADOLPHUS PHILIP. [Born in Prussia. Appointed from Md.] 

Asst. Surg., 5 Aug., 1861. Resigned 1 July, 1865. 
ADMIRE ELI LEWIS. [Born in Kansas. Appointed from Okla.] 

2nd Lieut. 22nd Inf., 1 July, 1899. 

AGER WINTHROP D. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. and Sergt. 4th Inf., 9 Jan., 1811, to Jan., 1812. Ensign and 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 

3 Jan., 1812. Resigned 31 May, 1813. Sergt. Capt. Gates' Co. , Corps Art., 10 

Feb., to 27 March, 1815. Sergt. and Q. M. Sergt. Corps Art., 15 Oct., 1817, to 

Aug., 1819. 2nd Lieut. Corps Art., 13 Aug., 1819. Disbanded 1 June, 1821. 

AGNEL, HYACINTH R. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Teacher and Prof, of French at Mil. Acad., 4 Feb., 1840, and Prof. 16 May, 1848, to 

10 Feb., 1871. Died 10 Feb., 1871. 

AHERN GEORGE P.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 25th Inf., 13 June, 1882. 1st Lieut, of Inf. (4th), 20 Feb., 1891. Trans. 

to 25th Inf., 20 July, 1891. Capt. of Inf. (9th), 30 June, 1898. 

AIKEN, GERRITT V. S. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Ohio.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Ohio Vols., 17 April, 1861. Hon. mustered out 9 Aug., 1861. 2nd 
Lieut. 8th Inf., 5 Aug., 1861. 1st Lieut., 8 Oct., 1864. R. Q. M., 27 Aug., 1866, to 
10 March, 1868. Dismissed 4 Jan., 1869. 

AINSWORTH, FREDERICK C. [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

1st Lieut., Asst. Surg., 10 Nov., 1874. Capt. Asst. Surg., 10 Nov., 1879. MaJ. 
Surg., 27 Feb., 1891. Col. Chief of Record and Pension office, 27 May, 1892. Brig. 
Gen. and Chf.. 2 March, 1899. 

AISQUITH WM. E.* [Born in Md. Appointed from Va.] 

Bvt. 2nd and 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 July, 1827. Dismissed 24 May. 1832. 2nd Lieut. 
1st Art., 8 March. 1837. 1st Lieut., 7 July, 1838. Cashiered 24 Feb.. 1845. 1st 
Sergt. Co. E, Batt. Md. and D. C. Vols., 8 June, 1846. 2nd Lieut., 1 Sept., 1846. 
Hon. mustered out 30 May, 1847. Priv. and Sergt. 1st Art., May to Dec., 1847. 
Capt. 1st Art., 20 Nov., 1847. Dropped 12 Jan., 1848. 

ALBEE, GEORGE E. [Born in N. H. Appointed from Minn.] 

Priv. Co. G, 1st U. S. Sharpshooters, 25 June, 1862. Discharged 22 Oct.. 1862. Priv. 

3rd Batty. Wis. Light Art., 23 Dec., 1863. 2nd Lieut. 36th Wis. Vols., 8 March. 

1864. 1st Lieut., 16 Jan., 1865. Bvt. 1st Lieut. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for gallant 
and meritorious service during the war. Mustered out 12 July, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 
36th U. S. Col. Troops, 18 Sept., 1865. Mustered out 28 Oct., 1866. 2nd Lieut. 
41st Inf.. 28 July, 1866. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 2 March. 1867, for gallant and meritorious 
service in the Battle of the Wilderness. Va. 1st Lieut. 41st Inf., 4 Nov., 1867. 
Trans, to 24th Inf., 11 Nov., 1869. Retired 28 June, 1878. Medal of Honor for 
distinguished gallantry in action against hostile Indians on the Brazos River, Tex., 
28 and 29 Oct.. 1869. while serving as 1st Lieut. 41st Inf. commanding Co. L. 9th 
Cav. Bvt. Capt.. 27 Feb., 1890. for gallant services in the actions against Indians 
on the Brazos River, Tex., 16 Sept., 1869, and 28 and 29 Oct., 1869. 

ALBERTI. EDWIN R. [Born in . Appointed from Penn.l 

2nd Lieut. Light Art., 12 July, 1820. Trans, to 2nd Art., 1 June, 1821. Trans, to 4th 

Art.. 22 May, 1822. Resigned 31 July, 1827. 

ALBRIGHT. FRANK H.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 12th Inf., 12 June, 1887. 2nd Lieut. 9th Inf., 2 Oct., 1887. 1st 
Lieut, of Inf. (25th), 3 Jan., 1895. Capt., 2 March. 1899. 

ALBRIGHT, JACOB W. [Born in . Appointed from Fenn.] 

Ensign 1st Inf., 6 March, 1806. 2nd Lieut.. 15 Nov., 1807. 1st Lieut., 26 Aug., 1812. 
Dist. P. M., 4 Sept.. 1813. Disbanded 15 June. 1815. P. M. 2nd Inf., 9 Julv, 1810. 
Maj. P. M.. 1 June, 1821. Resigned 13 May, 1823. 

ALBFRTIS. WM. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf.. 8 March, 1837. 1st Lieut., 1 July, 1839. Killed 11 March, 1847. in 
investment of Vera Cruz, Mexico. Bvt. Capt.. 2 March, 1841, for gallantry and 
good conduct in war against the Florida Indians. 

ALDEN. BRAD. R.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 1 July, 1831. 2nd Lieut., 15 Sept., 1833. 1st Lieut., 13 

Sept.. 1836. Capt., 14 June, 1842. Resigned 29 Sept., 1853. 

ALDEN, CHARLES H. [Born in Peun. Appointed from Penn.l 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg., 23 June, 1860. Bvt. Maj. and Lieut. Col.. 13 March. lS$r. 

for faithful and meritorious service during the war. Capt. Asst. Snrg., 23 June 

1865. Maj. Surg.. 28 July. 1866. Lieut. Col. Surg.. 14 Nov., 1888. Col. Asst. Surg. 
Gen.. 4 Dec., 1892. Retired by operation of law, 28 April, litnn. 

ALDEN. GEORGE K. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Penn.] 

Priv. Co. B. and Q. M. Sergt. Birge's S. S. 111. Vols.. 1 Dec., 1861. to 12 Aug.. 1SU3 

Capt. A. Q. M. Vols., 12 March, 1863, to 2 Dec., 1865. Capt. A. Q. M.. 27 Nov., 1865. 



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Resigned 9 Dec., 1871. Bvt. Maj. 2 March, 1867, for faithful and meritorious ser- 
vice in the Q. M. D. during the war. 
ALDEN, ROGER. [Bom in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Ord. Storekeeper, 20 Jan., 1825. Died 5 Nov., 1836. 

ALDRICH, BISHOP. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. H, and Q. M. Sergt. 8th Inf., 29 July, 1855, to 6 Nov., 

1863. 2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 31 Oct., 1863. 1st Lieut., 28 July, 1866. R. Q. M., 7 Oct., 

1869, to 16 May, 1877. Died 16 May, 1877. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 10 May, 1864, for gal- 

lant and meritorious service at the Battle of Spottsylvania, Va. 

ALESHIRE. CHAS. C. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Capt. 18th Ohio Vols., 27 April, 1861. Hon. mustered out 28 Aug., 1861. Cape. 18th 
Ohio Batty 15 July, 1862. Hon. mustered out 29 June, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 
11 May, 1866. 1st Lieut., 5 Feb., 1867. Discharged 15 Nov., 1870. Bvt. Capt., 2 
March, 1867, for gallant and 'meritorious service at the Battle of Peach Tree Creek, 
Ga. 

ALESHIRE, JAMES B.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 12 June, 1880. 1st Lieut., 20 Sept., 1890. Capt. A. Q. M., 25 
April, 1895. Mai. Q. M. Vols., 12 May, 1898. Lieut. Col. Q. M. (Act 7 July. 1898), 
26 Nov., 1898. Honorably discharged 17 April, 1899. Maj. Q. M. Vols., 1 April, 1899. 
ALEXANDER, ANDREW J. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Mo.] 

2nd Lieut, and 1st Lieut. Mounted Rifles, 26 July, 1861. Bvt. Capt., 1 July, 1862, 
for gallant and meritorious service during the Peninsular Campaign in Virginia. 
Lieut. Col. A. A. G. (Act 17 July, 1862), 1 Jan., 1863. Bvt. Maj., 3 July, 1863. for 
gallant and meritorious service during the Gettysburg Campaign. Relieved as Lieut. 
Col. A. A. G., 10 Aug., 1863. Capt. 3rd Cav., 13 Sept., 1863. Lieut. Col. A. A. G. 
(Act 17 July, 1862), 23 April, 1864. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 20 July, 1864, for gallant 
and meritorious service during the Atlanta Campaign. Bvt. Col. and Brig. Gen. 
Vols., 5 Jan., 1865. Bvt. Col., 2 April, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service in 
the capture of Selma, Ala. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 16 April, 1865, for distinguished skill 
and gallantry in the Cavalry engagements at Ebenezer Church, Ala., and Columbus, 
Ga., and for steadfast devotion to duty in the field during the war. Relieved as 
Lieut. Col. A. A. G., 24 April. 1865. Maj. 8th Cav.. 28 July. 1866. Lieut. Col. 2nd 
Cav., 20 March, 1879. Retired 3 July, 1885. Died 4 May, 1887. 

ALEXANDER, BARTON S.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 1 Julv, 1842. 2nd Lieut., 30 Sept., 1843. 1st Lieut., 3 March, 
1853. Capt., 1 July, 1856. Lieut. Col. A. A. D. C., 28 Sept., 1861, to 31 May, 1866. 
Maj., 3 March, 1863. Lieut. Col., 7 March, 1867. Bvt. Maj., 21 July, 1861, for gal- 
lant and meritorious service at Battle of Bull Run, Va. Lieut. Col., 4 May, 1862, 
for gallant and meritorious service at Siege of Yorktown, Va. Bvt. Col. and Brig. 
Gen., 13 March, 1865, for meritorious services during the Rebellion. Died 15 
Dec.. 1878. 

ALEXANDER, CHAS. T. [Born in Cherokee Nation. Appointed from Ark.] 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg., 1 Oct., 1856. Capt. Asst. Surg., 1 Oct., 1861. Maj. Surg., 9 

Feb., 1863. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865. for faithful and meritorious service 

during the war. Lieut. Col. and Surg.. 26 July, 1886. Bvt. Col., 27 Feb., 1890. for 

gallant services in action against Indians, at the Clearwater, Idaho. 11 and 12 July, 

1877. Col. Chief Med. Pur., 11 Sept., 1891. Retired (op. of law), 3 May. 1897. 

ALEXANDER, EDMUND B.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 1 July, 1823. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf.. 1 July, 1823. 1st Lieut.. 

29 Dec., 1827. Capt., 7 July. 1838. Capt. A. Q. M.. 7 July, 1838. Vacated Staff 

Commission, 18 June, 1846. Bvt. Maj., 18 April, 1847, for gallant and meritorious 

conduct in the Battle of Cerro Gordo. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant 

and meritorious conduct in the Battles of Contreras and Chur.ubusco. Maj. 8th 

Inf., 10 Nov., 1851. Col. 10th Inf., 3 March, 1855. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 18 Oct., 1865, 

for meritorious service in the recruitment of the armies of the United States. 

Retired 22 Feb.. 1869. Died 3 Jan., 1888. 

ALEXANDER. ED. H. [Born in Va. Appointed from D. C.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad., 20 May. 1814, to 3 July, 1817. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 22 May, 1818. 

1st Lieut.. 20 Aug., 1820." Resigned 29 Nov., 1826. 

ALEXANDER. EDWARD P.* [Bom in Ga. Appointed from Ga.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 1 July, 1857. 2nd Lieut., 10 Oct.. 1858. Resigned 1 May, 1861. 

ALEXANDER, JAMES B. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Capt. C. S. Vols., 23 Sept., 1861, to 6 Dec., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 26 Nov., 1861. 

Died 18 June. 1862. 

ALEXANDER, JAMES B. S.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 1 July, 1856. 2nd Lieut. 9th Inf., 10 Sept., 1856. Re- 
signed 9 May. 1861. 

ALEXANDER, JAMES T. [Born in . Appointed from .] 

Ord. Storekeeper. 19 Sept., 1822. Disbanded 10 May. 1824. 
ALEXANDER, JOHN H.* [Born in Ark. Appointed from Ohio.] 

2nd Lieut 9th Cav., 12 June, 1887. Died 26 March, 1894. 
ALEXANDER. NEWTON F.* [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Ene.. 1 July, 1852. 2nd Lieut., 1 Aug., 1854. Died 10 Oct., 1858. 

ALEXANDER, RICHARD H. [Born in 111. Appointed from Ky.l 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg.. 2 Dec., 1853. Capt. Asst. Surg.. 2 Dec., 1858. Maj. Surg.. 11 

June, 1862. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March. 1865, for faithful and meritorious service 

during the War. Lieut. Col. Asst. Med. Pur.. 7 Dec., 1884. Died 29 March, 1889. 

ALEXANDER, RICHARD H. L. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Kv.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Cav.. 12 Dec., 1872. Died 9 Feb., 1875. 

ALEXANDER, ROBERT. [Born in Md. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv.. Sergt. and 1st Sergt. Co. G, 4th Inf., from 7 April, 1876, to 29 Jan., 1890. 2nd 

Lieut. 7th Inf., 17 Dec., 1889. 1st Lieut. 12th Inf.. 7 Jan., 1897. Trans, to llth 

Inf., 21 March, 1898. Capt. 14th Inf., 2 Oct., 1899. Trans, to llth Inf., 17 

Feb.. 1900. 

ALEXANDER. THOS. B. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Wash. Ter.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 21 Feb., 1861. 1st Lieut.. 1 May, 1861. Trans, to 4th Cav., 3 
Aug., 1861. Capt., 17 July, 1862. Dropped 4 March, '1865. 



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ATFXANDFR THOS L* [Born in Va. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt 2nd Lieut 6th Inf., 1 July. 1830. 2nd Lieut., 1 July. 1830. 1st Lieut., 18 April. 

1837. Capt., 7 July. 1838. Bvt. Maj., 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious. 

conduct in the Battles of Coutreras and Churubusco. Maj. 8th Inf., 9 June, 18o3. 

Lieut. Col 5th Inf.. 31 July, 1861. Retired 16 Oct., 1863. Died 11 March, 1881. 

ALEXANDER WALTER S.* [Born in Mass. Appointed at Large.] 

2nd Lieut 5th Inf. 13 June, 1879. Trans, to 4th Art., 11 July, 1879. 1st Lieut. 4th 

Art. 31 March, 1887. Capt., 2 March, 1899. Graduate of the Artillery School. 1890. 

ALEXANDER WM. [Born in Teun. Appointed from Tenn.] 

2nd Lieut 6th Inf., 27 Oct., 1820. Trans, to 5th Inf., 1 June, 1821, 1st Lieut., 31 

Oct., 1825. Capt., 18 Feb., 1836. Died 31 Oct., 1838. 

ALEXANDER, WM. L. [Born in Iowa. Appointed from Iowa.] 

1st Lieut. 30th Iowa Inf.. 23 Sept., 1862. Capt., 1 Oct.. 1863. Honorably mustered 

out 27 July, 1865. Capt. C. S., 4 Oct., 1889. Maj. C. S., 10 June, 1896. Lieut, 

Col and C* S. Vols., 22 July, 1898. Col. C. S. Vols., 7 Oct., 1898. to 2 March, 1899. 

ALEXANDER, WM. S. [Born in Mo. Appointed from Mo.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad., 1 July, 1865, to 23 Dec., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 9 Oct., 1867. 

Died 29 March, 1869. 

ALLAIRE, W T M. H.* [Born in Ark. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 23rd Inf., 13 June, 1882. 1st Lieut.. 15 July. 1890. Capt., 26 April, 1898. 

ALLANSON, DUDLEY W. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad., 6 Nov., 1818, to 4 Aug., 1823. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 24 May, 1824. 

Resigned 8 Sept., 1827. 

ALLANSON, JOHN S.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from IS. \.] 

3rd Lieut. 1st Art., 11 March, 1814. 2nd Lieut., 1 May, 1814. Trans, to Corps Art., 

12 May, 1814. 1st Lieut., 20 April, 1818. Resigned 20 April, 1820. 

ALLANSON, JOHN S. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 20th Inf., 7 March, 1867. 1st Lieut., 20 Oct., 1868. Discharged 1st 

Nov., 1870. 

ALLEN, AUGUSTUS P.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.} 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1836. 1st Lieut., 23 Nov., 1837. 1st Lieut. Top. Eng., 

7 July, 1838. Died 1 Sept., 1841. - 

ALLEN, AUSTIN W. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

2nd Lieut. Marine Corps, 10 Feb.. 1838. Trans, to Army, 26 Nov., 1838, to rank as- 

2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 1 Aug., 1838. Dismissed 21 Oct., 1839. 

ALLEN, CHAS. J.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

1st Lieut. Eng., 13 June, 1864. Bvt. Capt., 24 Aug., 1864, for highly meritorious 
services in the Sieges of Forts Gaines and Morgan, Ala. Bvt. Maj.. 26 March, 1865, 
for gallant and meritorious services during the campaign against the city of Mo- 
bile and its defences. Capt. Eng., 7 March, 1867. Maj. Eug., 10 Jan., 1883. Lieut. 
Col. Eng., 5 Feb., 1897. 

ALLEN, CYRUS M.* [Born in Ind. Appointed at Large.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., 23 June, 1865. 1st Lieut., 18 Jan., 1866. Reg. Com., 1 June, to 

1 Dec., 1867. Resigned 5 July, 1868. 

ALLEN, EBENEZER C. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Sergt. and 1st Sergt. Co. A, 12th Inf.. 16 Oct.. 1861, to 26 June, 1862. 2nd 

Lieut. 12th Inf., 25 May, 1862. 1st Lieut., 19 Jan., 1863. Died 19 Dec., 1863. 
ALLEN, ELISHA L. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Surg. Mate 21st Inf., 21 July. 1813. Trans, to 5th Inf., 17 May, 1815. Resigned 3 

March, 1817. Hosp. Surg. Mate, 8 March, 1817. Died 5 Sept., 1817. 

ALLEN, ETHAN A.* [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

2nd Lieut. Art., 14 Nov.. 1806. 1st Lieut., 1 Oct., 1809. Trans, to Corps Art.. 12 
May, 1814. Capt., 25 June, 1814. Hon. discharged 15 June, 1815. Reinstated 17 
May, 1816. Hon. discharged 1 June, 1821. Died 6 Jan., 1855. 

ALLEN, GEORGE W. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 13 Feb., 1818. 1st Lieut., 1 Jan., 1819. Trans, to 4th Inf., 1 
June, 1821. Capt., 25 Jan., 1829. Maj. 2nd Inf., 9 Sept., 1846. Died 15 March, 
1848. Bvt. Capt., 1 Jan., 1829, for ten years' faithful service in one grade. Bvt. 
Maj., 25 Dec., 1837, for gallant conduct on several occasions, and general efficiency 
in the war against Florida Indians. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 9 March. 1846, for gallant 
conduct in the Battles of Palo Alto and Resaca da la Palma. 

ALLEN, HARRISON. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Asst. Surg., 30 July, 1862. Resigned 8 Dec., 1865. Bvt. Capt. and Maj., 13 March, 

1865, for faithful and meritorious service during the War. 

ALLEN, HARVEY A. [Born in N. C. Appointed from N. C.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 July, 1841. 1st Lieut., 3 March. 1847. Bvt. Capt.. 8 Sept., 

1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct in the Battle of Moliuo del Rey. Capt. 

2nd Art., 25 Nov., 1854. Maj., 1 Aug., 1863. Lieut. Col., 2 July, 1877. Retired 

10 April, 1879. Died 20 Sept., 1882. 

ALLEN, HENRY T.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav.. 13 June, 1882. 1st Lieut., 22 June. 1889. Capt. Gth Cav., 10 
Nov., 1898. Maj. and A. A. G. Vols., 3 June, 1898, to 13 June, 1899. Maj. 43rd U. 
S. Vols.. 17 Aug., 1899. 

ALLEN, JAMES.* [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Cav.. 14 June. 1872. 1st Lieut., 24 July, 1879. Capt.. 29 Oct., 1888. 

Capt. Sig. Corps. 19 Dec., 1890. Maj., 8 July, 1898. Lieut. Col.. 1 Dec.. 1899. Lieut. 

Col. Chief Sig. Officer of Vols., 20 May, 1898. Col. Chief Sig. Officer Vols., 18 July, 

1898, to 12 May 1899. 

ALLEN. JAMES.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ind.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf.. 1 July, 1829. 2nd Lieut, 1 July, 1829. 2nd Lieut. 1st Drag.. 

4 March, 1833. 1st Lieut., 13 May, 1835. Capt., 30 June, 1837. Died 23 Aug.. 1846. 

ALLEN, JAMES.* [Born in N. C. Appointed from N. C.J 

Byt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July, 1831. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1831. Resigned 31 July. 

1834. 

ALLEN, JAS. B. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.) 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf.. 27 Oct., 1820. Died 21 Aug., 1823. 



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ALLEN, JAMES G.* [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 1 July, 1826. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 1 July, 1826. Resigned 

20 May, 1828. 

ALLEN, JESSE K.* [Born in Tenn. Appointed from 111.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 1 July, 1855. 2nd Lieut. 9th Inf., 16 Oct., 1855. Died 15 

Aug., 1858. of wounds received in action with Indians in Washington Territory. 
ALLEN. JOHN H.* [Born in Conn. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1833. 2nd Lieut., 28 Dec., 1835. Resigned 30 

June. 1836. 

ALLEN, JOSEPH C. [Born in Tenu. Appointed from Tenn.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad., 1 July. 1840, to 18 Sept., 1843. Capt. A. C. S. Vols., 21 June, 

1847. Disbanded 20 July, 1848. 

ALLEN, LEVEN C.* [Born in Mo. Appointed from Mo.] 

2nd Lieut. 16th Inf., 14 June, 1872. 1st Lieut., 1 July, 1880. Reg. Adj., 26 April, 

1883, to 26 April, 1887. Capt., 24 Feb., 1891. Maj. 12th Inf., 10 Oct., 1899. 
ALLEN, LUCIUS H.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 July, 1839. Resigned 26 March, 1846. Died 5 Dec., 1887. 
ALLEN, ROBERT.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ind.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 July, 1836. 2nd Lieut. 1 Aug., 1836. 1st Lieut., 7 July, 
1838. Capt. A. Q. M., 11 May, 1846. Bvt. Maj., 18 April, 1847, for gallant and 
meritorious conduct in the Battle of Cerro Gordo. Capt. 2nd Art., 19 Oct.. 1847. 
Vacated Line Commission, 19 Oct., 1847. Maj. Q. M., 17 May, 1861. Co4. Addl. A. 
deC., 19 Feb., 1862. Brig. Gen. Vols., 23 May, 1863. Bvt. Lieut. Col.. Bvt. Col. and 
Brig. Gen., 4 July, 1864. Bvt. Maj. Gen.. 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritori- 
ous service during the war. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Vols., 13 March, 1865. for faithful and 
meritorious service during the war. Col. A. Q. M. G., 28 July, 1866. Mustered out 
of Vol. service, 1 Sept., 1866. Retired 21 March, 1878. Died 5 Aug., 1886. 
ALLEN, ROBERT. [Born in Ky. Appointed from 111.] 

Maj. Q. M. Vols., 9 Sept., 1847. Disbanded 15 Oct., 1848. 

ALLEN, ROBT. H. [Born in Va. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv. and Corpl. Troop D, 8th Cav., from 8 June. 1893, to 3 Nov., 1895. 2nd Lieut. 

14th Inf., 31 Oct., 1895. 1st Lieut., 11 Aug., 1898. 

ALLEN, ROBT., Jr. [Born in Maine. Appointed from Iowa.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 5 Aug., 1861. 1st Lieut., 29 Dec., 1861. Died 27 July, 1862, of 

wounds received in Battle of Gaines' Mill, Va. 

ALLEN, ROBT. T. P.* [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 1 July, 1834. 2nd Lieut., 6 April, 1835. Resigned 31 July, 

1836. 

ALLEN, SAMUEL E.* [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Art., 11 June, 1881. 1st Lieut., 26 Oct., 1886. Capt., 2 March, 1899. 

Graduate of the Artillery School, 1892. 

ALLEN, VANDERBILT.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

1st Lieut. Eng., 13 June, 1864. Resigned 28 Sept., 1865. Bvt. Capt. and Maj., 13 
March, 1865, for distinguished and meritorious services and great gallantry in 
action. 

ALLEN, WATERS. [Born in . Appointed from La.] 

Asst. Dist. P. M., 9 Aug., 1814. Died 27 March, 1815. 

ALLEN WM. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Co. F, 29 Penn. Vols., 15 Aug., 1864. Discharged 7 June, 1865. Priv. Co. G, 
2nd Batt. 14th Inf., 3 Aug., 1865. Trans, to 23rd Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Corpl., 1 
Nov., 1866. 1st Sergt., 11 Nov., 1867. Discharged 3 Aug., 1868. Priv. Co. I, 23rd 
Inf., 26 Feb., 1870. Corpl., 20 June, 1870. Sergt.. 8 Nov.. 1870. 1st Sergt.. 7 Dec., 
1871. Com. Sergt., U. S. A., 26 Feb., 1870, to 15 Dec., 1873. 2nd Lieu.t. 12th Inf., 1 
Oct., 1873. 1st Lieut., 15 Dec., 1880. Died 8 Jan., 1882. 

ALLEN, WM. O. [Born in Va. Appointed from La.] 

Capt. 24th Inf., 14 April, 1812. Trans, to 35th Inf., 15 June, 1814. Trans. 17 May, 

1815. to Corps Art. Resigned 20 March, 1818. 
ALLEN, WM. T.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Drag., 1 July, 1845. Died 6 Dec., 1845. 
ALLENS WORTH, ALLEN. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Chaplain 24th Inf., 1 April, 1886. 

ALLEY. JOHN W.* [Born in Maine. Appointed from Maine.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July. 1850. 2nd Lieut., 5 March, 1851. 1st Lieut., 31 Dec., 

1856. Capt., 14 May, 1861. Dismissed 20 Oct., 1863. 

ALLIGOOD, CHAS. A. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Mil. Storekeeper Ord. Dept., 27 March, 1861. Mil. Storekeeper Q. M. Dept.. 19 Sept., 
1861. Vacated as Mil. Storekeeper Ord. Dept., 27 Sept., 1861. Capt., 28 July, 1866, 
(Act 28 July, 1866.) Died 31 March, 1890. 

ALLISON, JAMES B. [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 10 Oct., 1898. 1st Lieut. 6th Inf., 29 Jan., 1900. Trans, to 7th 

Inf., 16 April. 1900. 

ALLISON JAMES N.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Priv. Co. C, 39th Ky. Vols., 10 Aug., 1863. Discharged 3 June, 1865. Cadet at Mil. 

Acad., 1 Sept., 1867. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., 12 June, 1871. 1st Lieut., 20 Dec.. 1880. 

Capt., 15 Aug. 1892. Trans, to Sub. Dept., 31 Jan., 1893. Maj. and C. S., 11 May, 

1898. Lieut. Col. Chief C. S. Vols., 9 May, 1898, to 12 April, 1899. 

ALLISON, JOHN S. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 3 Jan., 1812. 1st Lieut., 6 July, 1812. Capt., 25 June, 1814. 

Trans, to 7th Inf., 17 May, 1815. Resigned 31 Dec., 1822. 

ALLISON, THOS. S. [Born in Penn. Appointed from N. J.] 

Addl. P. M. Vols., 1 June, 1861, to 17 May, 1865. Bvt. Lieut. Col. Vols., 13 March. 
1865, for faithful and meritorious service during the war. Maj. P. M., 1 April, 1867. 
Died 1 Feb., 1871. 

ALLSTON, BENJAMIN.* [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.] 

Bvt 2nd Lieut. 1st Drag., 1 July, 1853. 2nd Lieut., 22 Oct., 1854. 1st Lieut., 8 Sept., 
1855. Resigned 20 June, 1857. 



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ALLSTON JOSEPH W. [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.]i 

Ensign 18th Inf., 29 June, 1813. 3rd Lieut., 1 Oct., 1813. 2nd Lieut., 30 June, 1S14. 

Trans, to 7th Inf., 17 May, 1815. 1st Lieut., 20 Dec., 1816. Resigned 31 Aug., 1817. 

ALLSTON, ROBT. F. W.* [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.]] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1821. Resigned 1 Feb., 1822. 

ALLSTON, SAML. R.* [Born in R. I. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 1 July, 1825. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 1 July, 1825. 1st. Lieut., 
28 Nov., 1835. Resigned 31 Jan., 1836. Died 14 Feb., 1836. 

ALLS WORTH, EDWARD. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Ky.] 

Priv. Co. H, 2nd Art., 1 July, 1842. Trans, to Co. A, 2 Feb., 1847. Discharged 1 
July, 1847. Priv. Co. H, 2nd Art., 27 July, 1847. Discharged 19 Aug., 1848. Priv. 
Co. C, 1st Art., 3 Nov., 1848. Corpl., 1 April, 1849. Priv., 2 Aug.. 1849. Discharged 
3 Nov.. 1853. Priv. Co. G, 38th Mass. Vols., 5 Jan., 1865. Discharged 3 
Jan., 1865. Capt.. 119th U. S. Col. Troops, 20 Feb.. 1865. Mustered out 27 April, 
1866. 2nd Lieut. 40th Inf., 28 July, 1866. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 2 March, 1867, for gallant 
and meritorious service during the war. Trans, to 25th Inf.. 20 April, 1869. 1st 
Lieut., 25 Jan., 1872. Retired 28 June, 1878. Died 22 Dec., 1891. 

ALLYN, ARTHUR W. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Priv. Co. A, 1st Conn. Vols.. 25 April, 1861. Discharged 26 June, 1861. 1st Lieut. 
16th Inf., 14 May. 1861. Bvt. Capt., 31 Dec., 1862, for gallant and meritorious ser- 
vice in the Battles of Shiloh and Murfreesboro', Tenn. Capt. 16th Inf., 24 June,. 
1864. Bvt. Maj., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service during the 
war. Trans, to 34th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Trans, to to 16th Inf., 14 April, 186'J. Re- 
signed 30 April, 1880. 

ALMAN, JUSTINIAN. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Fenn.] 

1st Lieut. 5th Pa. Cav., 17 Sept., 1861. Capt.. 21 Nov., 1862. Maj., 25 April, 1865. 
Mustered out 6 June. 1865. 2nd Lieut. 4th Cav., 23 Feb., 1866. 1st Lieut., 28 
July. 1866. Drowned 17 March, 1868. 

ALMSTEDT, HENRY. [Born in Germany. Appointed from Mo.] 

1st Lieut. Adj. St. Louis Legion, 18 May, to 25 Aug., 1846. 2nd Lieut, of Inf.. 5 
March, 1847; 12th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Discharged 25 July, 1848. Col. 1st Mo. 
Res. Corps, 7 May, 1861. Mustered out 20 Aug., 1861. Col. 2nd Mo. Light 
Art., 19 Sept., 1861. Resigned 27 Aug., 1863. Addl. P. M. Vols., 20 April. 1864. 
Bvt. Lieut. Col. Vols., 1 May, 1867. for faithful and meritorious services in the 
Pay Dept. Mustered out 1 Jan:, 1868. Died 24 Nov., 1884. 

ALMY, ALLEN. [Born in R. I. Appointed from Mass.] 

Corpl. and Sergt. Co. D, 23rd Mass. Vols., 18 Sept., 1861, to 15 March, 1864. 2nd 
Lieut. 58th Mass. Vols., 21 March. 1864. 1st Lieut., 23 Aug.. 1864. Mustered 
out 14 July, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 16th Inf., 23 Feb., 1866. 1st Lieut., 23 Feb., 1866. 
Trans, to 34th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Trans, to 16th Inf., 14 April, 1869. Cashiered 
20 April, 1870. 

ALMY, JACOB.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Cav., 17 June, 1867. 1st Lieut., 15 April, 1869. Reg. Com., 22 Nov., 
1869, to 15 July, 1870. Killed by an Indian in Arizona, 27 May, 1873. 

ALMY, WM. E.* [Born in D. C. Appointed at Large.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 13 June, 1879. Trans, to 5th Cav., 4 Sept., 1879. 1st Lieut.. 28 

Aug., 1888. Trans, to 4th Cav., 23 June, 1898. Capt. 10th Cav., 5 July, 1898. 

Trans, to 5th Cav., 14 March, 1899. Graduate of the Infantry and Cavalry School, 

1885. Maj. A. A. G. Vols., 20 June, 1898, to 5 April, 1899. 

ALOE, ALFRED. [Born in Mo. Appointed from Fa.] 

Priv. and Corp. Troop E, 8th Cav., from 25 Jan., 1897, to 18 Sept., 1898. 2nd Lieut. 
18th Inf.. 15 Feb., 1899. 1st Lieut. 12th Inf., 26 Dec.. 1899. 

ALSTON, THOMAS L. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. E, 3rd Inf., 8 June, 1853, to 8 June, 1858. Priv. and 
Sergt. Gen. Ser. and Co. C, 2nd Batt. 12th Inf., 16 April, 1861, to 6 June. 1863.' 
2nd Lieut. 12th Inf., 1 June, 1863. 1st Lieut., 9 Sept., 1863. Trans, to 21st Inf., 21 
Sept., 1866. Unassigned 11 April. 1869. Discharged 31 Dec., 1870. Bvt. Capt.. 1 
Aug., 1864. for gallant service at the Battle of Spottsylvania, and during the cam- 
paign before Richmond. 

ALTSTAETTER. FREDERICK W.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut, of Eng., 11 June, 1897. 2nd Lieut., 5 July, 1898. 1st Lieut., 29 
Sept., 1899. 

ALVORD, BENJAMIN.* [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf.. 1 July, 1833. 2nd Lieut, 21 July, 1835. 1st Lieut., 23 Sept., 
1836. Bvt. Capt., 9 May, 1846, for gallant conduct in the Battles of Palo Alto and 
Resaca de la Fnlmn. Capt. 4th Inf., 9 Sept., 1846. Bvt. Maj., 15 Aug., 1847. for 
gallant conduct in several affairs with Guerilleros at Paso Ovejas, Natural Bridge ; 
and Cerro Gordo. Mex. Maj. P. M.. 22 June, 1854. Brig. Gen. Vols., 15 April. 18(52. 
Bvt. Lieut. Col. and Col.. 13 March. 1865, and Bvt. Brig. Gen., 9 April, 1865. for] 
faithful and meritorious service during the war. Resigned commission of Brig. 
Gen. Vols.. 8 Aug.. 1865. Col. P. M. G., 1 Jan., 1872 (Act 4 June. 1872.) Brig. Gen., 
P. M. G., 4 Aug., 1876. to rank from 22 July, 1876 (Act 22 July, 1876). Retired June 
8, 1880, at his own request, having served over 46 consecutive years. Died 16 Oct., 
1884. 

ALVORD, BENJAMIN.* [Born in Washington. Appointed from D. C.]| 

2nd Lieut. 20th Inf.. 13 June. 1882. 1st Lieut. 22nd Inf., 7 Jan.. 1891. Trans, to 
20th Inf., 20 July, 1891. Capt., 26 April, 1898. Graduate of the Infantry and Cav- 
alry School. 1887. Capt. A. A. G. Vols., 12 May, 1898. (Declined) Maj. Chief Ord. 
Officer Vols.. 18 July, 1898, to 16 Jan., 1899. Maj. A. A. G. Vols.. 18 Oct.. 1S99. 

ALVORD, CHAS. B.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 1 July, 1849. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 26 Oct., 1850. Resigned 
31 July. 1852. 

ALVORD. HENRY E. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

1st Sergt. Co. B. 7th squadron R. I. Cav., 24 June, 1862. Mustered out 2 Oct., ] 
1862. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Mass. Cav., 21 Nov., 1862. 1st Lieut., 25 Jan., 1864. Capt..-- 



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11 Dec., 1864. Mustered out 5 Aug., 1865. 1st Lieut. 10th Cav., 28 July, 1866. 
Keg. Adj., 1 June, to 31 July, 1867. Capt., 31 July, 1867. Trans, to unass'd, 5 Jan., 
1870. Trans, to 9th Cav., 1 Jan., 1871. Resigned 9 Dec., 1871. 

AMELUNG, FERDINAND L. [Born in Germany. Appointed from La.] 

Capt. 44th Inf., 11 March, 1814. Trans, to 1st Inf., 17 May, 1815. Resigned 7 
Jan., 1819. 

AMES, ADELBERT.* [Born in Maine. Appointed from Maine.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 6 May, 1861. 1st Lieut. 5th Art., 14 May, 1861. Col. 20th Me. 
Vols., Aug., 1862. Brig. Gen. Vols., 20 May, 1863. Mustered out of Vol. service, 
30 April, 1866. Capt.. 11 June, 1864. Lieut. Col. 24th Inf., 28 July, 1866. Resigned 
23 Feb., 1870. Bvt. Maj., 21 July, 1861, for gallant and meritorious service at the 
Battle of Bull Run, Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 1 July, 1862, for gallant and meritorious 
service at the Battle of Malveru Hill, Va. Bvt. Col., 1 July, 1863, for gallant and 
meritorious service at the Battle of Gettysburg, Penn. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 March, 
1865, for gallant and meritorious service at the capture of Fort Fisher, N. C. Bvt. 
Maj. Gen., 13 March, 1865, for- gallant and meritorious service in the field during 
the war. 

AMES, BUTLER.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut, llth Inf., 12 June, 1894. Resigned 30 Sept., 1894. 

AMES, EDWIN R. . [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.] 

Corpl. Co. B, llth Ind. Vols., 22 April, 1861. Mustered out 4 Aug., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 

7th Inf., 6 March, 1862. 1st Lieut., 28 Aug., 1863. Capt., 7 Oct., 1864. Uuassigned 

1!) May, 1869. Ass'd to 6th Inf., 1 Jan., 1871. Resigned 31 Oct., 1876. 2nd Lieut. 

6th Inf., 1 March, 1877. Resigned 20 April, 1877. 

AMES, JOHN W. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Capt. llth Inf., 14 May, 1861. Col. 6th U. S. Col. Inf., 28 Sept., 1863. Hon. mustered 
out of Vol. service -20 Sept., 1865. Resigned 4 Oct., 1866. Bvt. Maj., 27 June, 1862, 
for gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of Gaines Mills, Va. Bvt. Lieut. 
Col., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of Gettys- 
burg. Penu. 

AMES, LUTHER S. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from 111.] 

Priv. Co. A, 64th 111. Vols., 25 Sept., 1861. Q. M. Sergt., 1 Jan.. 1862. Sergt. Maj., 

1 Sept., 1862. 1st Lieut. 64th 111. Vols., 10 Dec., 1863. Capt., 17 Sept., 1864. Mus- 
tered out 11 July, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 16th Inf., 11 May, 1866. Trans, to 2nd Inf.. 17 
April, 1869. 1st Lieut., 18 March, 1872. Capt., 27 Feb., 1887. Retired for disability 
26 July, 1893. 

AMES, ROBERT F. [Born in R. I. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad., 1 Sept., to 23 Dec., 1874. 2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 1 Sept., 1879. 1st 

Lieut., 20 May, 1886. Capt. 8th Inf., 10 March, 1896. 
AMES, THALES L.* [Born in Wis. Appointed from Wis.] 

2nd Lieut. 3d Art., 12 June, 1895. 1st Lieut. Ord., 21 Nov., 1898. 

AMET, ALBERT V. [Born in Mo. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Co. F, 8th 111. Cav., 2 Sept., 1861. Discharged 29 Jan., 1863. Priv. Co. E, 

and Hosp. Steward 17th 111. Cav., 15 Dec., 1863. 1st Lieut., 7 July, 1865. 

Mtistered out 18 Dec., 1865. Hosp. Steward U. S. A.. 30 Sept., 1867, to 27 July, 1872. 

2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 27 July, 1872. Died 16 Dec., 1874. 

AMICK, MYRON J. [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. K, 15th 111. Cav., 23 Sept., 1861. Mustered out 15 
July, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 10th Cav., 28 July, 1866. 1st Lieut., 31 July, 1867. Dis- 
charged 2 Dec., 1870. 

AMMEN, JACOB.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 1 July, 1831. 2nd Lieut.. 1 July. 1831. 1st Lieut., 3 May, 

1836. Resigned 30 Nov., 1837. Capt. 12th Ohio Vols., 18 April, 1861. Lieut. Col., 

2 May, 1861. Col. 24th Ohio Vols., 22 June, 1861. Brig. Gen. Vols., 16 July, 1862. 
Resigned 4 Jan, 1865. 

AMORY, COPLEY. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Cav., 5 Aug., 1861. 1st Lieut., 17 Oct., 1862. Resigned 15 Dec., 1863. 

AMORY, THOMAS J. C.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 7th Inf.. 1 July, 1851. 2nd Lieut.. 24 Aug.. 1851. 1st Lieut., 16 Oct., 

1855. Capt., 7 May. 1861. Col. 17th Mass. Inf., 2 Sept., 1861. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 
1 Oct., 1864, for gallant and meritorious services during the war. Maj. 8th Inf., 19 
Sept., 1864. Died 8 Oct., 1864. 

ANDERSON, ALLEN L.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf.. 1 July. 1859. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 5 Sept.. 1859. 1st Lieut., 
14 May, 1861. Reg. Adj.. 31 Dec., 1861, to 3 Dec., 1862. Capt., 3 Dec., 1862. Col. 
8th Cal. Vols., 7 March, 1865. Mustered out of Vol. Service 10 Nov., 1865. 
Capt., 3 Dec., 1862. Resigned 7 Jan., 1867. Bvt. Maj., 21 Feb., 1862, for gallant 
and meritorious service at the Battle of Valverde, N. M. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March, 

1865, for gallant and meritorious services during the war, and Brig. Gen. Vols., 13 
March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious services. 

ANDERSON, ALVORD VAN P.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv. and Corpl. Troop G, 6th Cav.. from 28 May. 1891, to 27 Aug., 1894. Priv. and 
Corpl. Troop B. 6th Cav., from 5 Nov., 1894, to 26 Feb., 1896. 2nd Lieut. 6th Cav., 
5 Feb., 1896. 1st Lieut., 9 June, 1899. 

ANDERSON, CALVIN A. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ind.] 

Priv. Co. B, 7th Inf., 25 April, 1857, to 25 April, 1862. Priv., Sergt. and 1st Sergt. 

Co. C, 74th Ind. Vols., 12 Dec.. 1862, to 24 July, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 15th Inf., 23 Feb., 

1866. Trans, to 24th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Resigned 24 Jan., 1867. 
ANDERSON, CHAS. D. [Born in S. C. Appointed from Texas.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad.. 1 Sept.. 1846, to 13 Nov., 1848. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 27 June, 

1856. 1st Lieut., 6 July, 1859. Resigned 1 April. 1861. 

ANDERSON, CHARLES L. G. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

A**t. Surg.. 5 Nov., 1886. Resigned 1 July, 1888. 
ANDERSON, EDWARD.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

2nd Lieut. 15th Inf., 11 June, 1888. Trans, to 1st Cav., 11 Feb., 1889. 1st Lieut. 7th 

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Cav.. '2:\ May. 1896. Honor graduate of the Infantry and Cavalry School, 1897. 
Capt. A. A. G. Vuls., 30 June to 31 Dec., 1898. 

\NDERSON. EDWARD D.* [Born in Term., Appointed from Teun.] 

2iid Lieut. 4th Cav., 12 June, 1891. 1st Lieut. 10th Cav.. Nov., 18i>7. Graduate 

of the Infantry and Cavalry School, 189.'.. Mai. 20th V. S. Vols.. r July, is'i'.t. 
ANDERSON. GEORGE. [Born in Ireland. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. K, and Sergt. Maj. Oth Inf.. 1 April, 1858, to 4 Oct., 1802. 

2nd Lieut. Oth Inf., 18 July, 1802. Dropped 18 Sept., 1803. 

ANDERSON. GEORGE B.* [Born in N. C. Appointed from X. C.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2ud Drag., 1 July, 1852. 2nd Lieut., 21 March. 1854. 1st Lieut.. 13 
Dec., 1855. Keg. Adj., 27 May, to 8 Sept., 1857, and 8 Aug., 1858, to 24 June, 1859. 
Resigned 25 April. 1861. 

ANDERSON. GEORGE L.* [Born in Wis. Appointed from Wis.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Art.. 17 June, 1874. 1st Lieut.. 11 Nov., 1881. Capt. 7th Art., 8 March, 

1898. Graduate of the Artillery School, 1870. 

AXDERSON. GEORGE S.* [Boru in X. J. Appointed from X. J.] 

2nd Lieut. 6th Cav., 12 June, 1871. 1st Lieut., 20 Sept.. 1874. Capt.. 20 March, ussr*. 
Maj 7th Cav., 10 Nov., 1898. Trans, to Oth Cav., 5 Jan., 1899. Maj. I. G. Vols., 12 
May. 1898. (Declined). Col. 38th U. S. Vol. Inf., 17 August., 1899. 

ANDERSON, GEORGE T. [Born in Ga.. Appointed from Ga.] 

2nd Lieut. Md. Co. Ga. Mounted Vols., 27 May, 1847. Discharged lo July, 1848. 

Capt. 1st Cav., 3 March, 1855. Resigned 11 June, 1858. 

AXDERSON, HARRY R. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad., 1 July, 1864, to 18 Jan., 1865. Capt. 6th I . S. Vols.. 28 April. 
1865. Mustered out 12 June, 1866. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf.. 7 March, 1867. Unass'd 



22 April, 1869. Ass'd to 4th Art., 14 July. 1869. 1st Lieut., 29 April, 1873. Capt.. 6 
June, 1896. Graduate of the Artillery School, 1875. 

AXDERSON, JAMES. [Boru in Penn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Drag., 9 Sept., 1847. Disbanded 31 July, 1848. 

AXDERSOX, JAMES J.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 1 July, 1825. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 1 July, 1825. Resigned 1 

July, 1830. Died 1 Oct., 1845. 

ANDERSON. JAMES T. [Born in Germany. Appointed from Ohio.] 

2nd Lieut. 16th Inf.. 30 Oct., 1884. 1st Lieut. 25th Inf., 1 Nov., 1891. Graduate 

of the Infantry and Cavalry School, 1893. Retired for disability, 3 Jan.. 1895. 
ANDERSON, JAMES W.* . Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 1 July, 1833. 2nd Lieut., 3 July. 1836. 1st Lieut.. 4 Nov., 
1838. Reg. Adj., 15 May, 1840, to 22 Sept., 1845. Capt., 16 Eeb., 1847. Died 22 Aug., 
1847, of wounds received at Churubusco, Mexico. Bvt. Capt., 23 Aug., 1841, for 
gallant and successful conduct in war against Florida Indians. 

ANDERSON, JOHN. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Priv. Co. E, 1st Mich. Sharpshooters, 5 Jan., 1863. Discharged 12 Feb., 1864. 2nd 
Lieut. 57th Mass. Vols.. 12 March. 1864. Discharged 21 Jan., 1865. Bvt. 1st Lieut. 
and Capt. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious services in the 
Battles before Petersburg, Va. 2nd Lieut. Vet. Res. Corps, 25 March. 1865. Mus- 
tered out 30 June, 1866. 2nd Lieut. 25th Inf.. 10 Aug., 1867. Trans, to 18th Inf.. 
26 April, 1869. 1st Lieut., 17 Oct., 1878. Capt., 21 June, 1890. Retired for disa 
bility 6 June. 1894. 

AXDERSON, JOHN.* [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.J 

2nd Lieut. Art, 9 Dec., 1807. Resigned 1 May, 1811. 1st Lieut. 19th Inf., 6 July. 

1812. Capt.. 16 March, 1813. Bvt. Maj. Top. Eng., 12 April. 1813. Died 14 Sept., 

1834. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 12 April, 1823, for ten years' faithful service in one grade. 

ANDERSON, JOSEPH R.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.J 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1836. Trans, to Eug.. 1 July, 1837, as Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 

to rank from 1 July, 1836. Resigned 30 Sept., 1837. 
AXDERSON. MARCELLFS M. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.) 

2nd Lieut. 16th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Disbanded 7 Aug.. 1848. 

ANDERSON. PIERCE B. [Horn in Tenn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad., 1 July, 1823. to 31 Dec.. 1825. Capt. of Inf., 5 March. 1847; 14th 

Inf.. 9 April. 1847. Disbanded 26 July, 1848. 

AXDERSON, RICHARD H.* [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Drag.. 1 July. 1842. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Drag., 16 July. 1844. 1st 

Lieut., 13 July, 1848. Capt., 3 March, 1855. Resigned 3 March, 1S01. Bvt. 1st 

Lieut., 2O Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious service at San Augusrin. Mexico. 

AXDERSON. ROBERT.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 July. 1825. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art.. 1 July. 1S25. 1st Lieut.. 

:',( June, 1833. (Bvt. Capt. A. A. G.. 7 July. 1838. to 30 Nov.. 1841.) Capt. 3rd Art.. 

23 Oct.. 1841. Maj. 1st Art.. 5 Oct.. 1857. Briir. Gen., 15 May. 1801. Retired 27 
Oct., 1863. Died 27 Oct., 1871. Bvt. Capt.. 2 April, 1838. for gallantry and suc- 
cessful conduct in the war against Florida Indians. Bvt. Maj.. X Sept.. 1847. for 
gallant and meritorious conduct in the Battle of Molino del Rev. Mexico. Bvt. Maj. 
Gen., for irallant and meritorious service in the Harbor of Charleston. S. C. 

AXDEKl-oN. ROHEUT H. [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.] 

2nd Lieut. 9th Inf.. 30 Oct., 1884. 1st Lieut.. 28 Sept.. 1889. Capt., 20 April. 1898. 
ANDERSON. KOUERT H.* | I'-orn in Ga. Appointed from Ga.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut.. 7th Inf., 1 July. 1S57. 2nd Lieut. Oth Inf., 29 Dec., lxr.7. Kesi-ned 

17 May. isr.l. 
ANDERSON. SAMTEL H. I P.orn in Tenu. Appointed from Tenn.] 

Capt. 2nd Drag.. 8 June, 1836. Resigned 1 Oct.. 1837. 

ANDERSON. SAMUEL S.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

r.vi. _',! Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 July. 1841. 2nd Lieut.. 4 Jan., 1S42. 1st Lieut.. :i March. 

1x47. Capt., X March. lx."i. Resigned 27 April. 1861. Bvt. Capt.. S Sept.. 1X47. for 

gallant and meritorious conduct at Molino del Rey. Bvt. Maj., 13 Sept., 1847, for 

gallant conduct at Chapultepec. 

ANDERSON. THUS. M. [Born in Ohio. Appointed frmn Ohio.] 

Priv. Co. A, 6th Ohio Vols., 20 April, 1861. Discharged 15 May. ixr.i. -J IU 1 Lieut. 



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2nd Cav., 7 May, 18G1. Capt. 12th Inf., 14 May, 18G1. Bvt. Mnj.. 1 Aug., 1864, for 
gallant service in the Rattle of the Wilderness. I'.vt. Lient. Col., 1 Aug., 1864, for 
gallant service in the Battle of Spottsylvania. Trans, to 21st Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. 
Mai.. 2<; March. lsrs. rnassigned, 15 March, 1869. Ass'd to 10th Inf., 24 June, 
ls<K). Lieut. Col. 9th Inf., 20 March, 1879. Col. 14th Inf., 6 Sept., 1886. Brig. 
Gen., .".I March. IS'.Kt. Brig. Gen. Vols.. 4 May, 1898. Maj. Gen. Vols., 13 Aug., 
1S9S. to 12 June. 1899. Retired Jan. 21, 1900, by operation of law. 

ANDERSON. THOMAS M.. Jr. [Born in Texas. Appointed from the Army.] 

1'riv. Corpl. and Sergt. Troop G. 4th Cav., 28 Aug., 1894, to 27 June, 1897. 2nd 
Lieut. 13th Inf., 8 June, 1897. 1st Lieut., 2 March, 189t). 

ANDERSON. WM. [Born in . Appointed from Penn.] 

3rd Lieut. 13th Inf.. 13 May, 1813. 2nd Lieut., 15 Aug.. 1813. 1st Lieut., 1 Oct., 

1S14. Trans, to Ord., 17 May, 1815. Dropped 1 Sept., 1818. 

ANDERSON, WM. P. [Born in Fenn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut, nth Inf., 5 Aug., 1861. 1st Lieut., 25 Sept., 1861. Dismissed 21 Oct. 1863. 

ANDERSON, WM. T. [Born iu Texas. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Chaplain Kith Cav., 16 Aug., 1897. 
ANDERSON. WM. W. [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.] 

Asst. Surg.. 29 June, 1849. Resigned 20 April, 1861. 

ANDREWS, ALBERT H. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.J 

1st Lieut. 19th Inf., 14 May, 1861. Capt.. 30 Jan., 1863. Trans, to 28th Inf., 21 Sept., 
1866. Trans, to 19th Inf., 31 March, 1869. Unassigned 24 June, 1870. Mustered out 
1 Jan., 1871. Bvt. Capt., 7 April, 1862, for gallant and meritorious service at the 
Battle of Shiloh, Tenn. Bvt. Maj., 31 Dec., 1862, for gallant and meritorious service 
at the Battle of Murfreesboro', Tenn. 

ANDREWS, AVERY D.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.) 

2nd Lieut. 5th Art., 1 July, 1886. 1st Lieut. 4th Art., 28 Nov., 1892. Trans, to 5ths 

Art.. 5 Dec., 1892. Resigned 2 Nov., 1893. 

ANDREWS. CHRISTOPHER. Born in Ireland. Appointed from D. C.J 

Maj. P. M., 24 Oct., 1836. Resigned 31 Dec., 1849. 

ANDREWS, DAVID S. [Born in . Appointed from Penn.] 

3rd Lieut. Corps Art., 20 April. 1814. 2nd Lieut., 22 July, 1814. 1st Lieut., 20 April, 

1818. Disbanded 1 June, 1821. 

ANDREWS. GEORGE.* [Born in D. C. Appointed from D. C.] 

2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 1 July, 1823. 1st Lieut.. 11 Feb.. 1827. Capt., 31 Dec.. 1836. Maj. 

7th Inf., 14 Aug., 1848. Lieut. Col. 6th Inf.. 18 Oct., 1855. Retired 35 Feb., 1862. 

Died 13 Nov.. 1873. Bvt. Maj., 25 Dec., 1837, for gallant and good conduct in war 

against Florida Indians. 

ANDREWS, GEORGE.* [Born in R. I. Appointed from Ariz.] 

2nd Lieut. 25th Inf., 15 June, 1876. 1st Lieut., 19 Feb.. 1883. Reg. Adj., 17 Aug., 

1886. Capt., 16 Sept., 1892. Maj. A. A. G., 26 Feb., 1898. 

ANDREWS, GEORGE L.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 1 July, 1851. 2nd Lieut.. 2 Feb., 1854. Resigned 1 Sept., 1855. 
Lieut. Col. 2nd Mass. Vols.. 25 May, 1861. Col.. 13 June. 1862. Brig. Gen. Vols., 
10 Nov., 1862. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Vols., March 26, 1865. for faithful and meritorious 
services during the campaign against the city of Mobile and its defences. Mus- 
tered out of Vol. service. 24 Aug., 1865. Appointed Professor of French in Mil. 
Acad., 28 Feb., 1871. Retired by op. of law 31 Aug.. 1892. Died 4 April, 1899. 
ANDREWS, GEORGE L. [Born in R. I. Appointed from Mo.] 

Lieut. Col. 1st Mo.- Vols., 24 April, 1861. Lieut. Col. 1st Mo. Light Art., 1 Sept., 
1861. Discharged 5 Sept.. 1861. Maj. 17th Inf.. 14 May, 1861. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 
30 Aug.. 1862, for gallant and meritorious services in the Battle pf Bull Run (2nd), 
Va. Bvt. Col.. 3 May. 18tt, for gallant and meritorious services in the Battle of 
Chancellorsville, Va. Lieut. Col. 13th Inf., 14 Oct., 1864. Uuassigned. 15 March, 
1869. Ass'd to 25th Inf., 15 Dec., 1870. Col., 1 Jan., 1871. Retired by op. of law 
22 April, 1892. 

ANDREWS. GEORGE P.* [Born in Conn. Appointed from N. C.} 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1845. 2nd Lieut., 16 Feb., 1847. 1st Lieut., 8 Sept., 
1847. R. Q. M., 4 June. 1847, to 24 Oct.. 1848. Bvt. Capt., 8 Sept.. 1847, for gallant 
and meritorious conduct in the Battle of Molino del Rey. Bvt. Maj., 13 Sept., 1847, 
for gallant conduct at Chapultepec. Capt. 3rd Art., 12 Oct.. 1858. Maj. 5th Art., 
28 July, 1866. Lieut. Col. 4th Art.. 1 July. 1880. Trans, to 1st Art., 27 Oct., 1881. 
Col. 3rd Art., 3 Nov.. 1882. Trans, to 1st Art., 4 Nov., 1882. Retired by op. of 
law 22 March, 1885. Died 2 July, 1887. 

ANDREWS. GEORGE T. [Born in D. C. Appointed from S. C.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 8 March, 1847. 1st Lieut., 19th Oct.. 1847. Resigned 31 Dec., 

1856. 

ANDREWS, HENRY M.* [Born iu N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st. Art., 17 June. 1874. 1st. Lieut., 6 July, 1878. Capt., 8 March, 1898. 

Honor graduate of the Artillery School, 1876. 

ANDREWS. JAMES M.. Jr.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Addl. 2nd Li.-ut. nth Cav., 14 June, 1890. 2nd Lieut., 1st Cav., 20th Sept., 1890. 

Resigned 9 Nov.. 1892. 

ANDREWS. JOHN N.* [Born in Del. Appointed from Del.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf.. 1 July. 1860. 2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 28 Jan.. 1801. 1st Lieut., 
14 May. 18(51. Bvt. Capt., 9 Aug.. 1862. for gallant and meritorious service in the 
Battle of Cedar Mountain. Va. Capt. 8th Inf.. 21 June, 1864. Bvt. Maj., 29 Nov., 
1864, for gallant and meritorious services in the Battle of Franklin, Tenn. Bvt. 
Lieut. Col.. 13 March. 1865, for gallant and meritorious services during the war. 
Maj. 21 Inf.. 19 April. 1886. Lieut. Col. 25th Inf.. 20 April. 1891. Col. 12th Inf., 1 
Oct., ISO."). Retired (over 30 years' service) 1 April, 1899. Brig. Gen. Vols., 3 June, 
1898, to 24 Feb., 1899. 

ANDREWS, LINCOLN C.* [Born in Minn. Appointed from N. Y.I 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Cav., 12 June. 1893. 1st Lieut.. 2 March. 1S99. Maj. 43d U. S. Vols., 
17 Aug., 1899. 



164 ARMY LIST 1815-1900. 

ANDREWS. FHINEHAS. [Born In Conn. Appointed from the Army.] 

Pi-tv and Sergt. 25th Inf., Oct., 1813, to July, 1814. 2nd Lieut. 25th Inf., 2 July, 1814. 
Trans, to 6th Inf., 17 May, 1815. Resigned 31 Oct., 1815. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 27 
Oct., 1820. 1st Lieut., 27 Sept., 1824. Died 21 Oct., 1826. 

ANDREWS, TIMOTHY P. [Born in Ireland. Appointed from D. C.] 

P. M., 22 May, 1822. (Col. Voltigeurs, 9 April, 1847, to 20 July, 1848.) Lieut. Col. 
Dep. P. M. G., 17 Dec.. 1851. Col. P. M. G., 6 Sept., 1862. Retired 29 Nov., 
1864. Died 11 March, 1868. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 Sept., 1847, for gallant and meri- 
torious conduct in the Battle of Chapultepec. 
ANDREWS. WM. C. C. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Asst. Surg., 5 Aug., 1876. Drowned, 19 April, 1877. 

ANDREWS, WM. H. [Born in Mass. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Capt. 108th N. Y. Vols., 18 Aug., 1862. Bvt. Maj. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for meri- 
torious services during the war. Mustered out 28 May, 1865. Capt. 5th U. S. Vet. 
Vols., 11 Sept., 1865. Mustered out 1 May. 1866. 2nd Lieut, and 1st Lieut. 12th 
Inf., 23 Feb., 1866. Trans, to 30th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Unassigned. March 23, 1869. 
Ass'd to 3rd Cav., 15 Dec., 1870. Capt., 31 May, 1875. Retired for disability 30 
Nov., 1879. Died 21 June, 1880. 

ANDREWS, WM. R. [Born in Conn. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Cupt. of Inf., 18 March, 1847; 10th Inf.. 9 April. 1847. Disbanded 16 Aug., 1848. Mil. 

Storekeeper Ord. Dept., 19 May, 1855. Died 2 Aug., 1858. 
ANDRUS, EDWIN P.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Cav., 16 June, 1875. 1st Lieut., 29 March. 1883. Capt. 11 Feb., 1893. 
ANDRUS, FRANK B.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Ind.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 11 June. 1881. 1st Lieut., 2nd Inf., 12 Dec., 1890. Trans, to 4th 
Inf., 20 July, 1891. Capt., 26 April, 1898. Graduate of Infantry and Cavalry 
School. 1885. 

ANDRUSS, E. VAN ARSDALE.* [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 13 June, 1864. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 2 April. 1865, for gallant and 

meritorious service in the capture of Petersburg, Va. Bvt. Capt., 9 April. 1865, for 

gallant and meritorious service in the campaign ending with the surrender of the 

Rebel Army of Northern Virginia. 1st Lieut. 2nd Art., 10 May, 1865. Capt.. 2 Jan., 

1881. Graduate of the Artillery School. 1876. Maj. 4th Art.. 10 Feb., 1898. 
ANGLUM, DANIEL F. [Born in Mass. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv., Corpl., Sergt. and 1st Sergt., Co. C, 12th Inf., from 11 June. 1874, to 30 April, 

1882. 2nd Lieut. 12th Inf., 27 March. 1882. 1st Lieut. 16th Inf., 1 Jan., 1891. 
Trans, to 12th Inf., 20 July, 1891. Capt. 26 April, 1898. Graduate of the Infantry 
and Cavalry School, 1885. 

ANSART, FELIX. [Born in . Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 2 July, 1812. 1st Lieut., 1 Oct., 1813. Trans, to Corps Art., 12 
May, 1814. Capt.. 28 Nov.. 1819. Trans, to 3rd Art.. 1 June. 1821. Resigned 31 
Aug., 1836. Bvt. Maj., 28 Nov., 1829, for ten years faithful service in one grade. 
ANSELL, SAMUEL T.* [Born in N. C. Appointed from N. C.] 

2nd Lieut, llth Inf., 15 Feb., 1899. 
ANSON, WM. H. J. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Maj. Surg., 2 Feb., 1847. Disbanded 3 Aug., 1848. 

ANTHONY, CHAS. [Bora in R. I. Appointed from N. Y.] 

3rd Lieut. 3rd Art., 14 May. 1813. 2nd Lieut., 20 May, 1813. Trans, to Corps Art., 

12 May, 1814. 1st Lieut., 28 Sept., 1817. Died 2 July, 1818. 
ANTHONY, JOSEPH B. [Born in Mo. Appointed from Ark.] 

Capt. of Inf., 6 March, 1847; 12th Inf., 9 April. 1847. Disbanded 20 July, 1848. 
APPEL, AARON H. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Asst. Surg., 3 June, 1879. Capt. Asst. Surg., 3 June, 1884. Maj. Surg., 3 May, 1897. 
APFEL, DANIEL M. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg., 5 Aug., 1876. Capt. Asst. Surg., 5 Aug., 1881. Maj. Surg., 15 

Nov., 1895. 
APPLETON, EDWARD L. [Born in Maine. Appointed from Maine.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 5 Aug., 1861. 1st Lieut., 5 Aug., 1861. Resigned 10 May. 1865. 
APPLETON, JOHN S. [Born in Del. Appointed from Del.] 

Priv. 1st Del. Inf., 2 Sept., 1861. Mustered out 30 Sept., 1864. 2nd Lieut. 31st 
U. S. Col Inf., 16 Oct., 1864. Resigned 30 April. 1865. 2nd Lieut. 5th U. S. Vet. 
Vols., 14 Sept., 1865. Mustered out 18 Feb., 1866. 2nd Lieut. 19th Inf., 19 April, 
1866. 1st Lieut., 18 Nov., 1867. Unass'd 31 March, 1869. Mustered out 1 Jan., 
1871. 

APPLETON, WM. E. [Born in Del. Appointed from Del.] 

2nd Lieut. 9th Inf., 5 Aug.. 1861. 1st Lieut., 31 Dec., 1862. Capt., 24 May, 1864. 

Wholly retired 19 Oct., 1869. 

APPLEWHITE, HUGH LA F.* [Born in Miss. Appointed from Miss.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut, litth Inf., 11 June. 1S97. 2nd Lieut. 22nd Inf.. 26 Jan., 1898. 

Trans, to 6th Art., 8 March, 1898. 1st Lieut. 2nd Art.. 19 Sept., 1899. 
APFLING, DANIEL. [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.l 

2nd Lieut. Rifles, 3 May, 1808. 1st Lieut., 1 July, 1809. Capt., 1 April, 1812. Maj. 1st 
Rifles, 15 April, 1814. Trans, to 7th Inf., 17 May, 1815. Resigned 1 June. 1816. Bvt. 
Lieut. CoL, 30 May, 1814, for gallant conduct at Sandy Creek, N. Y. Bvt. Col., 11 
Sept.. 1814, for distinguished service at Plattsburg. 

ARBUCKLE, MATTHEW. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.l 

Ensign 3rd Inf.. 3 March. 1799. 1st Lieut.. 24 Oct., 1799. Trans, to 2nd Inf., 1 April, 

1S02. Capt., 20 Juno. 1806. Maj. 3rd Inf., 15 Aug.. 1812. Lieut. Col. 3rd Inf., 9 

March, 1814. Col. 7th Inf.. 16 March. 1820. Died 11 June, 1851. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 

10 March. 1830, for ten years' faithful service in one grade. 

ARCHER, JAMES. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

3rd Lieut. 41st Inf., 17 July. 1814. 2nd Lieut., 1 Oct., 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. 

Reinstated 2 Dec., 1815, in Corps Art. Resigned 1 Oct., 1816. 

ARCHER, JAMES .1. [Born in Md. Appointed from M.I.] 

Capt. Inf., 23 Feb.. 1847; Voltliri-urs. 9 April. 1847. Disbanded 31 Aug., 1848. Capt. 
'.Mh Inf.. 3 March, 1855. K.-si^iu'd 14 May. 1861. Bvt. Maj., 13 Sept., 1847, for gal- 
lant and meritorious conduct in the Battle of Chapultepec. 






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ARCHER, JAMES P. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

2nd Lieut. Inf., 10 March, 1847; 9th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Disbanded 19 Aug., 1848. 
ARCHER, JOHN.* [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 1 July, 1826. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July, 182G. 1st Lieut., 

31 Oct., 1833. Resigned 31 March, 1834. 

ARCHER, ROBT. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.l 

Hosp. Surg. Mate, 13 May, 1814. Post. Surg., 18 April, 1818. Asst. Surg., 1 June, 
1821. Maj. Surg., 9 May, 1825. Resigned 5 Aug., 1820. Asst. Surg., 5 Aug., 1826. 
Resigned 29 Feb., 1840. Died 19 May, 1877. 

ARCHER, ROBT. H.* [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July. 1832. Trans, to 4th Art., 13 Nov., 1833. 2nd Lieut., 
31 Dec., 1835. Resigned 31 Dec., 1837. 2nd Lieut. Voltigeurs, 9 April, 1847. Dis- 
banded 31 Aug., 1848. Died 11 Aug., 1875. 

ARCHER, SAML. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Army.] 

Corpl. and Sergt. Co. H, 5th Inf., 5 May, 1845, to 28 June, 1848. Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 5th 

Inf., 28 June, 1848. 2nd Lieut., 30 Jan., 1849. 1st Lieut., 3 March, 1855. Capt., 27 

March, 1861. Maj. 3rd Inf., 30 March, 1864. Dropped 18 July, 1866. Supposed to 

have been drowned 9 April, 1866. 

ARCHER, SAMUEL B. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Capt. 2nd Art., 12 March, 1812. Bvt. Maj., 27 April, 1813, for gallantry and good 

conduct in the cannonade and bombardment of Fort George, U. C. Trans, to Corps 

Art.. 12 Mav. 1814. Trans, to 3rd Art., 1 June, 1821. Col. I. G., 16 Nov., 1821. 

Died 11 Dec.', 1825. 

ARDEN, THOS. B.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 1 July, 1835. 2nd Lieut, 26 Oct., 1836. 1st Lieut., 1 June, 

1839. Resigned 31 Dec., 1842. 

ARMES, GEORGE A. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Priv. Co. B, 16 Va. Vols.. 1 Sept., 1862. 2nd Lieut. 16 Va. Vols.. 8 Dec.. 1862. 
Mustered out 10 June, 1863. 2nd Lieut. Veteran Reserve Corps, 1 July, 1863. Re- 
signed 28 Oct., 1864. Capt. 2nd N. Y. Art.. 7 Nov., 1864. Bvt. Maj. Vols., 13 
March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service during the campaigns of 1864 and 
1865. Mustered out 8 Sept.. 1865. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., 19 April, 1866. Capt. 10th 
Cav., 28 July. 1866. Bvt. Maj., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service 
in action at Hatcher's Run, Va., 9 Dec.. 1864. Dismissed 7 June, 1870. Dismissal 
amended by Act of Congress, 8 June, 1874, so as to give him an honorable dis- 
charge, with same pa,y and allowances as if he had been discharged under section 
3, Act 15 Julv. 1870. Capt. 10th Cav., 11 May, 1878, with former rank and date 
from 28 July 1866 (Act 23 April, 1878). Retired (disability) 15 Sept., 1883. 
ARMISTEAD, CARROLL F. [Born in Ark. Appointed from Ark.] 

2nd Lieut 2nd Art., 9 July, 1898. Capt. Co. D, 1st Ark. Vols., 14 May, to 25 July, 1898. 
ARMISTEAD, FRANK S.* [Born in Va. Appointed at Large.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 1 July, 1856. 2nd Lieut. 10th Inf., 20 July, 1856. 1st Lieut., 

3 March, 1861. Resigned 14 June, 1861. 

ARMISTEAD, GEORGE. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 8 Jan., 1799. 1st Lieut.. 14 May, 1800. Trans, to Art. and Eng., 

16 Feb., 1801. Trans, to Art., April. 1802. Capt., 1 Nov., 1806. Maj. 3rd Art., 
3 March, 1813. Trans, to Corps Art.. 12 May, 1814. Died 25 April, 1818. Bvt. Lieut. 
Col., 12 Sept., 1814, for gallant conduct in defence of Fort McHenry. 

ARMISTEAD, LEWIS A. [Born in N. C. Appointed from Va.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad., 1 Sept., 1834, to 15 Feb., 1836. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 10 July, 1839. 

1st Lieut., 30 March, 1844. Capt., 3 March, 1855. Resigned 26 May, 1861. Bvt. 

Capt., 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct at Contreras and Churu- 

busco. Bvt. Maj., 8 Sept., 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct at Molino del 

ARMIST 6 EAD, WILSON C. N. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad., 15 April, 1813, to 7 Nov., 1817. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 13 Feb., 1818. 

1st Lieut., 24 Feb., 1818. Disbanded 1 June, 1821. 

ARMISTEAD, WALKER K.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

2nd Lieut. Eng., 5 March. 1803. 1st Lieut., 11 June, 1805. Capt., 30 Oct.. 1806. Maj., 

23 July, 1810. Lieut. Col., 31 July, 1812. Col. Chief Eng., 12 Nov., 1818. Col. 3rd 

Art., 1 June. 1821. Died 13 Oct., 1845. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 12 Nov., 1828, for ten 

years' faithful service in one grade. 

ARMSTRONG BEZALEEL W.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Drag., 1 July, 1845. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Drag., 1 April, 1846. Died 

17 Feb., 1849. 

ARMSTRONG FRANCIS C. [Born in Ark. Appointed from Texas.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Drag.. 7 June, 1855. 1st Lieut., 9 March, 1859. Capt., 6 June, 1861; 

2nd Cav., 3 Aug., 1861. Resigned 13 Aug., 1861. 

ARMSTRONG, FRANK S.* [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.] 

2nd Lieut. 9th Cav.. 12 June, 1891. 1st Lieut. 10th Cav., 1 July, 1898. Trans, to 9th 

Cav.. 5 Oct., 1898. 

ARMSTRONG. FRANCIS W. [Born in Va. Appointed from Tenn.] 

Capt. 24th Inf., 12 March. 1812. Maj. 24th Inf.. 26 June, 1813. Disbanded 15 June, 

1815. Retained Dec., 1815 (in re-organization under Act of 3 March, 1815), as Capt. 

7th Inf., with Bvt. of Maj., from 26 June, 1813. Resigned 30 April, 1817. 

ARMSTRONG GEORGE R. [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Tenn. Vols., 18 May, 1898, to 8 Feb., 1899. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 10 

April, 1899. 

ARMSTRONG, HORATIO G. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Capt._ 23rd Inf., 25 Sept., 1812. Maj. A. I. G., 25 April, 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

3rd Lieut. Light Art., 19 April. 1814. Trans, to Corps Art., 12 May, 1814. 2nd 
Lieut. Corps Art., 19 May, 1814. 1st Lieut. 4th Rifle, 26 July, 1814. Resigned 15 
June, 1815. Died 16 June, 1852. 

ARMSTRONG, ROBT. G. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Priv. Co. G, llth Penn. Res. Corps, 27 April, 1861. Discharged 13 June, 1864. 2nd 



166 ARMY LIST 1815-1000. 

Lieut. 1st Inf., 22 Jan.. 1867. Reg. Adj.. 21 May. isr.s. to 20 April. 1869. 1st Lieut., 
J! May. 1S74. Capt.. 14 Dec., 1883. Died 30 Aug.. lx'.3. 

ARMSTRONG. ROBERT L.* | P,..rn in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

3rd Lieut. Light Art.. 21 July. 1814. Trans, to Corps Art.. 17 May. lxi.">. 2nd Lieut.. 

3d Aug.. 1S10. 1st Lieut.. 2 July. 1818. Trans, to 2nd Art.. 1 June. 1X21. Reg. Adj., 

1 June. 1821, to 30 April. 1826. Died 10 Oct., 1834. Bvt. ('apt., 2 July, 1828, for 
ten years' faithful service in one grade. 

ARMSTRONG, SAMUEL. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.J 

Ensign 4th Inf., 14 April, 1812. 2nd Lieut.. 15 Sept., 1812. 1st Lieut.. 9 March. 

1M4. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. Re-instated 16 May, 1816, in Corps Art. Died 8 

Sept.. 1819. 

ARMSTRONG. SAMUEL E. [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Ind. Heavy Art.. 24 July. 1861. Capt., 18 Nov.. lsi;3. Mustered out 

13 Feb., 1866. 2nd Lieut., 41st Inf.. 28 July. 1866. and 1st Lieut.. 2 May. ix<>7. 

Unassigned 11 Nov.. 1869. Ass'd to 24th Inf.. 3 May. 1870. Capt.. 27 May, 1871. 

Retired 28 June, 1878. 

ARMSTRONG, WM. [Born in Pa. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Ensign 1st Rifles, 19 Jan., 1813. 3rd Lieut., 12 March. 1813. 2nd Lieut., 24 Jan.. 1X14. 
1st Lieut.. 1 Oct., 1816. Capt.. 31 July, 1818. Trans, to 6th Inf., 1 June. 1S21. 
Died 11 Feb.. 1827. 

ARMSTRONG. WM.* [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.l 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 July, 1837. 1st Lieut., 1 June. 1839. R. Q. M.. 29 March, to 5 

Aug.. 1847. Capt. A. Q. M., 5 Aug., 1847. Killed 8 Sept., 1847, at Battle of Molino 

del Rev. Mexico. 

ARMSTRONG. WM. K. [Born in Ala. Appointed from Ala.] 

2nd Lieut. 23rd Inf., 1 Sept., 1899. 

ARMSTRONG. WM. W. [Born in Penn. Appointed from X. Y.] 

I'riv. Co. F, 25th Pa. Vols., 2 May, 1861. Mustered out 2(5 July. 1861. Priv., 
Corpl. and Sergt. 15th Pa. Cav., 30 Nov., 1861, to 26 March, 1863. Capt. 65th U. S. 
Col. Inf.. 22 Feb.. 1864. Trans, to 92nd U. S. Col. Inf.. 12 July. 186.".. Mus- 
tered out 31 Dec.. 1865. 2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 23 Feb.. 1866. 1st Lieut.. 3 April, 1866. 
Unass'd 6 April. 1870. Ass'd to 16th Inf., 4 May, 1870. Dismissed 18 Nov.. 1x77. 
ARNOLD, ABRAHAM K.* [Born in Penu. Appointed from Penn.l 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav.. 1 July, 1859. 2nd Lieut.. 28 June. 1860. 1st Lieut.. 6 
April, 1861. Reg. Adj.. 1 June. 1861, to 9 May, 1862. Bvt. Capt., 27 June, 1862. 
for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Games' Mill. Va. Capt. 5th 
Cav.. 17 July, 1862. Bvt. Maj., 6 May, 1864, for gallant and meritorious service at 
the Battle Of Todd's Tavern, Va. Mai. 6th Cav.. 22 June, 1869. Lieut. Col. 1st 
Cav., 11 June, 1886. Col. 8th Cav., 7 Feb., 1891. Trans, to 1st Cav.. 22 April. 1891. 
Brig. Gen. Vols.. 4 May. 1898. to 12 May, 1899. Medal of honor for conspicuous 
gallantry in charge on the enemy in action at the Davenport Bridge, North Anna 
River, Va., 18 May, 1864; while serving as Capt. 5th U. S. Cav., commanding regi- 
ment. 

ARNOLD. CON WAY H.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 5th Art.. 12 June. 1895. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 26 Nov., 1895. Trans. 

to 5th Art.. 30 Jan.. 1896. 1st Lieut., 2 March, 1899. 
ARNOLD. FREDERICK T.* [Born in Iowa. Appointed from Iowa.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 6th Cav., 11 June, 1897. 2nd Lieut. 4th Cav., 15 Nov.. lx.7. 
ARNOLD. ISAAC.* [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art.. 17 June. 1862. Trans, to Ord.. 27 April. 1863. 1st Lieut.. 27 
April. 1863. Bvt. Capt., 13 March. 1865. for faithful and meritorious service dur- 
ing the War. Capt. Ord., 7 March, 1867. Maj. Ord., 29 May, 1879. Lieut. Col., 

2 Feb.. 1897. 

ARXOLD. LEWIS A. [Born in X. Y. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 7 May, 1867. Died 25 Sept.. 1867. 

ARXOLD. LEWIS G.* [Born in X. J. Appointed from X. J.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd. Art.. 1 July. 1837. 1st Lieut.. 9 July. 1838. Capt.. 27 Oct.. 1847. Mai. 
1st Art.. 15 May. 1861. Brig. Gen. Vols.. 24 Jan., 1862: app't cancelled 8 Feb., 1864. 
Lieut. Col. 2nd Art.. 1 Aug.. 1863. Retired 1 Aug., 1864. Died 22 Sept., 1871. Bvt. 
Capt., 20 Aug.. 1847. for gallant and mertorious service at Contreras and Churu- 
busco, Mex. Bvt. Maj.. 13 Sept.. 1847, for gallant conduct at Chapultepec. Bvt. 
Lieut. Col.. 22 Nov.. 1861. for gallant and meritorious service during the bombard- 
ment of Fort Pickans, Fla. 

ARNOLD. PERCY W. [Born in X. Y. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv. and Corpl. Troop F. 1st Cav.. 31 Oct.. 1896, to 5 July, 1898. 2nd Lieut. 7th 
Art., 23 June. 1898. Trans, to 5th Cav., 29 March. 1899. 

ARXOLD. RICHARD.* [Born in R. I. Appointed from R. I.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art.. 1 July. 1850. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 26 May. ixr.l. 1st Lieut.. 
17 March. 1S54. Capt. ."th Art., 14 May. 1861. Bvt. Maj.. 29 June. 1S62. for gallant 
and meritorious service in the Battle of Savage Station. Va. Brig. (Jen. Vols.. 'Jit 
Nov.. 1862. Bvt. Lieut. Col.. 8 July, 1863, for gallant and meritorious service in 
the Siege of Port Hudson. La. Bvt. Col., 13 March. 1865, for gallant and meri- 
torious service during the War. Bvt. Brig. Gen. and Maj. Gen., 13 March, 1865, 
for gallant and meritorious service in the field during the War. Bvt. Maj. Gen. 
Vols.. 22 Aug.. 1865, for gallant and rneritorioxis service in the Sieges of Port 
Hudson. La., and Fort Morgan, Mobile Harbor. Mustered out Vol. service. 24 Aug.. 
lx<;r,. Maj. 5th Art., 1 May, 1875. Lieut. Col. 1st Art., 3 Nov.. 1882. Died 8 
Nov.. 1882. 

ARNOLD. RIPLEY A.* [Born in Miss. Appointed from Miss.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Drag.. 1 July. 1838. 1st Lieut.. 1 Feb.. 1841. Capt. A. Q. M.. 11 May. 
1846. to 10 March. 1847. Capt. 1st Drag.. 18 Aug.. 1847. Murdered 6 Sept.. 1S."i3. 
Bvt. Capt.. 19 April. 1842, for gallant conduct in war against Florida Indians. Bvt. 
Maj.. 29 May, 1846, for gallant and meritorious conduct at Palo Alto and Resaca de 
la Pahna. 

ARNOLD. SAMUEL B.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 11 June, 1892. 1st Lieut., 2 March. 1899. 



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ARNOLD. SILAS It. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Asst. Surg., 1 July, 1837. Disbanded 23 Sept., 1842. 

ARNOLD. WILBUR F. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. and Q. M. Sergt. 18th Inf.. 9 Aug.. 1861, to 21 Dee., 1802. 2nd Lieut. 18th Inf., 
21 Nov.. 1862. 1st Lieut., 30 June, 1863. Capt. 41st Inf., 28 July, 1866. Died 12 
Dec.. 1867. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 31 Dec., 1862, for gallant and meritorious service at 
the Battle of Murfreeboro'. Tenn. Bvt. Capt. 13 March, ISO"), for gallant and meri- 
torious service during the war. 

ARNOLD. WM. [Born in . Appointed from Ky.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Rifles, 3 Dec., 1812. 1st Lieut., 11 May, 1814. Disbanded 15 June. 1815. 

Re-instated 2 Dec., 1815, In 8th Inf. Capt., 5 Nov., 1817. Resigned 31 Oct., 1818. 
ARNOLD. WM. W. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. and Corpl. Co. B, 16th Inf., Aug., to 26 Nov., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 16th Inf., 20 

Nov.. 1801. 1st Lieut.. 21 Sept., 1846. Capt., 26 June, 1850. Died 11 Feb., 1856. 
ARRASMITH. JAMES M. [Born in Iowa. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv.. Corpl. and Sergt. Troop B. 4th Cav., 3 May, 1872, to 3 May, 1877. Priv. and 
Corpl. Troop C, 7th Cav., 22 July, 1880. to 5 July, 1883. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 3 July, 
lss.">. 1st Lieut. 8th Inf., 9 March, 1891. Trans, to 2nd Inf., 20 July, 1891. Capt. 
i:Uh Inf., 7 Aug., 1898. MaJ. Chief C. S. Vols., 7 Jan., to 13 June, 1899. 
ARROWSMITH, GEORGE D. [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J.] 

2nd Lieut. 13th Inf., 9 July, 1898. 1st Lieut. 25th Inf., 2 March, IS'.K). 

ARTHUR. BENJN. H. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Vt.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 1 Dec., 1839. 1st Lieut., 21 Sept., 1846. Reg. Adj., 4 Oct., 1843, 

to 20 Sept., 1848. Capt., 26 June, 1850. Died 11 Feb., 1856. 

ARTHUR, JOHN A. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ky.] 

Priv. Co. D. 2nd Ohio Vols.. 29 April, 1861. Mustered out 1 Aug., 1801. Capt. 
8th Ky. Cav., 13 Sept., 1862. Mustered out 12 March, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 2nd 
Cav., 9 Aug., 1867. Resigned 20 March, 1868. Died 9 Feb., 1875. 

ARTHUR. WM. [Born in Vt. Appointed from N. Y.I 

1st Lieut. 4th N. Y. Art., 29 Jan.. 1862. Capt., 1 Jan., 1863. Maj.. 23 Dec., 1863. 
Bvt. Maj. Vols.. 20 Feb., 1865. Bvt. Lieut. Col. Vols. 13 March. 1865. for gallant 
conduct in the Battles of Spottsylvania and Reams' Station. Va. Mustered out 
6 April. 1865. Capt. Vet. Res. Corps. 19 Jan., 1865. Mustered out 22 Feb.. 1866. 
2nd Lieut. 3rd Art.. 23 Feb., 1866. 1st Lieut.. 28 July. 1866. Bvt. Capt.. 2 March, 
1867, for gallant and meritorious services in the Battle of Spottsylvania, Va. 
Bvt. Maj.. 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of 
Reams' Station. Va. Maj. P. M., 26 July, 1875. Vacated commission of 1st Lieut. 
3rd Art., 28 July, 1875. Retired (over 30 years' service) 30 April, 1898. 

ARTHUR, WM. H. [Born in Pa. Appointed from Md.] 

Asst. Sure., 18 Feb., 1881. Capt. Asst. Surg., 18 Feb., 1886. Maj. Surg., 23 Aug., 

1898. Maj. Chief Surg. Vols., 4 June, 1898. to 30 Nov.. 1898. 

ARVIN. WM. B.* [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July, 1836. 2nd Lieut., 31 July, 1836. Resigned 30 

Nov.. 1836. Died Oct., 1863. 

ASBURY GEORGE. [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

1st Lieut. 13th IT. S. Col. Art., 31 Jan., 1865. Mustered out 10 March. 1800. 

2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 23 Feb., 1866. 1st Lieut., 28 July, 1865. Drowned 4 May, 1871. 

ASBURY, HENRY. [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf.. 5 Aug., 1861. 1st Lieut., 30 June. 1862. Capt.. 31 Dec.. 1864. 

Unassigned 11 Aug., 1869. Died 20 Oct., 1870. Bvt. Capt., 2 July, 1803. for gallant 

and meritorious service at the Battle of Gettysburg. Pa. Bvt. Maj., 13 March, 

1865. for gallant and meritorious service during the war. 

ASCII. MORRIS J. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Asst. Surg.. 5 Aug.. 1861. Resigned 31 March, 1873. Bvt. Capt. and -Maj., 13 March. 

1865. for faithful and meritorious service during the war. 

ASH JOSEPH P. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

'Corpl. Clav Batt. D. C. Vols.. 18 April, 1861. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., 30 April, 1861. 
rtli Cav ' 3 Aug.. 1801. 1st Lieut.. 15 Jan.. 1862. Capt.. 2o Sept.. 1863. Killed in 
action. 8 May, 1864, in or near Todd's Tavern. Va. Bvt. Maj., 8 Nov.. 1862, for con- 
spicuous gallantry at Warrentown. Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 8 May, 1864, for con- 
spicuous gallantry at the Battle of Spottsylvania, Va. 
ASH N VTHAN H [Born in Ky. Appointed from 111.] 

Asst. Surg. Vols.. 13 July, 1847. Died 7 Feb.. 1848. 
ASH BURN PERCY M. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Asst. Surg., 12 Dec.. 1898. 

ASHBURN THOM4S O* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 25th Inf.. 11 June. 1897. 2nd Lieut. 7th Art.. 8 March, 1898. Capt. 

33rd U. S. Vols.. 5 July. 1899. 1st Lieut. 6.th Art.. 1 March. 1900. 
\SIIE RICHARD P. [Born in N. C. Appointed from Texas.] 

Asst. Surg., 22 July, 1846. Disbanded 30 June. 1847. 

ASHETON ROBT. C. [Boi-n in Eng. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. 1st Sergt. and Sergt. Maj. 1st Drag., 25 Oct., 1836. to Aug. 1838. 2nd Lieut. 
>nd Drag. 31 July. 1838. Reg.' Ad.i.. 5 Sept.. 1838, to 16 May, 1848. 2nd Lieut. 2nd 
Drag., 31 July, 1838. Dismissed 22 June. 1841. 

ASHBY JAMES A. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from S. C.] 

Capt. 2nd Drag.. 8 June. 1830. Resigned 15 Dec.. 1841. Bvt. Maj., 19 July, 1836, 

for gallantry and good conduct in the affair at Welika. 
ASHFORD. BAILEY K. [Born in D. C. Appointed from D. C.] 

Asst. Surg.. 6 Nov., 1897. 

ASHLEY RICHD H * [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. Art.. 1 March. 1811. Capt. A. Dep. Q. M. G.. 11 April. 1813. 1st Lieut. 
Art., 20 May. to 31 Dec.. 1813. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 30 
July. 1817. 'Resigned 10 March, 1819. 

ASPINW\LL JOHN * [Born in Vt. Appointed from Wis.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Cav., 15 June, 1869. Dropped 12 July, 1874. Drowned 26 Dec., 1881. 



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ATCHESON. GEORGE. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. I, 4th Inf., 2 Aug., 1859, to 27 March, 1863. 2nd Lieut. 
4th Inf., 19 Feb., 1863. 1st Lieut., 20 Jan., 1865. Uuass'd 25 March, 1869. Ass'd to 
7th Inf., 1 Jan., 1871. Resigned 1 March, 1872. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 1 July, 1863, for 
gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of Gettysburg, Penu. Bvt. Capt.. 5 
May. 1864, for gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of the Wilderness, Va. 

ATCH1SON, CHAS. B. [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.1 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 5 Aug., 1861. 1st Lieut., 9 Feb., 1863. Capt. A. A. de C., 11 
July. 1862, to 1 Sept., 1866. Capt., 5 March, 1867. Uiiuss'd 17 May, 1869. Ass'd to 
14th Inf., 1 Jan.. 1871. Wholly retired 25 Feb.. 1876. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 1 July, 1802, 
for gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of Malvern Hill, Va. Bvt. Capt., 
2 April, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service during operations resulting in the 
fall of Richmond. Bvt. Maj., 2 April, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service dur- 
ing the war. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 28 Oct., 1867, for faithful and meritorious service 
during the war. Died 10 May, 1876. 

ATKINSON, BENJAMIN W. [Born in Mo. Appointed from Mo.] 

2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 10 Oct., 1883. 1st Lieut. 20th Inf., 12 March, 1891. Trans, to 
6th Inf., 20 July, 1891. Capt., 11 Aug., 1898. Ass'd to 6th Inf., 1 Jan., 1899. 
Graduate of Infantry and Cavalry School, 1887. 

ATKINSON, HENRY. [Born in N. C. Appointed from N. C.] 

Capt., 3rd Inf., 1 July, 1808. Col. I. G., 25 April. 1813. Col. 4th Inf.. 15 April, 1814. 
Trans, to 37th Inf., 22 April, 1814. Trans, to 6th Inf., 17 May, 1815. Brig. Gen., 
13 May, 1820. Col. A. G., 1 June, 1821, which he declined, and on 16 Aug.. 1821. 
was assigned as Col. 6th Inf. Retained as Col., 21 Aug., with Bvt. rank of Brig. 
Gen., 13 May, 1820. Died 14 June, 1842. 

ATKINSON, JOHN R. [Born in Mo. Appointed from Mo.] 

Maj. Surg. 3rd Drag., 16 March, 1848. Disbanded 31 July. 1848. 

AT WELL, WM. P. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Wis.] 

1st Lieut. 37th Wis. Vols., 1 June, 1864. Mustered out 1 Dec., 1864. Bvt. Capt. and 
Maj. Vols., 13 March. 1865, for gallant and meritorious service in action before 
Petersburg, Va. 2nd Lieut. 43rd Inf., 22 Jan., 1867. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 2 March. 1867, 
for gallant and meritorious service in the assault on Petersburg. Va., 30 July. 1864. 
Bvt. Capt., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service during the war, 
Unassigued 8 April, 1869. Retired with rank of Capt., 31 Dec., 1870. 

ATWOOD, EDWIN B. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Sergt. Maj. 41st Ohio Vols., 19 Sept., 1861. Discharged 20 Jan., 1862. 2nd Lieut. 
41st Ohio Vols., 21 Jan., 1862. 1st Lieut., 31 Oct.. 1862. Capt., 1 May. 1864. Bvt. 
Maj. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for valuable and conspicuous sei'vice during the war. 
Mustered out 27 Nov.. 1865. 2nd Lieut. 16th Inf., 11 May, 1866. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 
2 March. 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Murfreesboro', 
Teun. Bvt. Capt., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle 
of Chickaniauga. Ga. Bvt. Maj., 2 March, 1867. for gallant and meritorious service 
in the Battle of Mission Ridge. Teun. Trans, to 2nd Inf.. 17 April, 1869. Trans, 
to 6th Inf., 31 Dec., 1870. 1st Lieut. 6th Inf.. 1 March. 1872. Capt., A. Q. M., 24 
April. 1875. Resigned Commission of 1st Lieut. 6th Inf., 28 April, 1875. Maj. Q. 
M., 10 July, 1890. Lieut. Col. D. Q. M. G., 11 Feb., 1897. 

ATWOOD. GEORGE E. [Born in Maine. Appointed from Maine.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Me. Vols., 24 June, 1861. 1st Lieut.. 7 March. 1862. Resigned 7 Oct., 
1862. 1st Lieut. 24th Me. Vols., 16 Oct., 1862. Resigned 8 March, 1863. Capt. 87th 
U. S. Col. Inf.. 19 Oct., 1863. Discharged 26 Nov.. 1864. Capt. A. Q. M. Vols.. 
21 Jan., 1865. Bvt. Maj. and Lieut. Col. Vols., for gallant and meritorious services 
at the Battle of Games' Mill, Va. Mustered out 27 Jan., 1866. Capt. 27th 
Inf., 28 July, 1866. Resigned 5 March, 1867. Died 27 Oct., 1886. 

ATWOOD, WM. [Born in Penu. Appointed from Penn.] 

Priv. F. Batty Pa. Vols.. 12 Aug.. 1862. Discharged 4 Jan., 1864. Capt. A. A. G. 

Vols., 2 March, 1865. Bvt. Maj. Vols., 13 March 1865. for gallant and meritorious 

service during the war. Mustered out 31 Oct.. 18(56. 2nd Lieut. 19th Inf., 6 

March, 1866. 1st Lieut.. 23 July, 1867. Unass'd 31 March, 1869. Ass'd to 21st Inf., 

15 Dec., 1870. Drowned 15 Oct., 1871. 

AUDENRIED, JOSEPH C.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Cav.. 24 June, 1861. 1st Lieut. 6th Cav., 24 June, 1861. Capt.. 
A. de C. Vols., 20 Aug., 1862. Bvt. Capt., 17 Sept., 1862. for gallant and meritorious 
service in Battle of Antietam, Md. Mustered out of Vol. service, 15 Aug.. 1863. 
Capt. A. de C. Vols., 27 Oct., 1863. Bvt. Major, 1 Sept.. 1864. for gallant and 
meritorious service in the Atlanta Campaign. Bvt. Maj. Vols., 12 Jan., 1865. Bvt. 
Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious sen-ice during the war. 
Capt. 6th Cav., 1 July. 1866. Vacated Commission of Capt. A. de C. Vols.. 1 July, 
1866. Lieut. Col. A. de C., 11 Aug., 1866, to March, 1869. Col. A. de C., 8 March, 
1869. Died 3 June, 1880. 
AUGUR. AMMON A.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mifh.] 

2nd Lieut. 24th Inf.. 15 June, 1877. 1st Lieut.. 18 June. 1880. Capt., 21 Jan., 1895. 
AUGUR. CHRISTOPHER C.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Mich.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf.. 1 July, 1843. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf.. 12 Sept., 1845. 1st Lieut., 

16 Feb., 1847. Capt., 1 Aug.. 1852. Maj. 13th Inf., 14 May, 1861. Brig. Gen. Vols.. 
12 Nov.. 1861. Appointed Maj. Gen. Vols., 9 Aug., 1802. for distinguished and meri- 
torious service in the Battle of Cedar Mountain. Va. Bvt. Col., 9 Aug., 1862. for 
gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Cedar Mountain. Va. Lieut. Col. 
12th Inf., 1 July, 1863. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 March. 1865. for gallant and mori- 
torious service at the capture of Port Hudson, La. Bvt. Maj. Gen.. 13 March, isor.. 
for gallant and meritorious service in the field during the war. Col. 12th Inf., 15 
March, 1866. Mustered out of Vol. service, 1 Sept., 1866. Brig. Gen. U. S. A., 4 
March. 1869. Died 16 Jan., 1898. 

AUGUR. COLON. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from D. C,] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., 3 Aug.. 1868. 1st Lieut., 15 Dec., 1873. Capt., 9 Jan., 1S80. 
Retired (disability) 23 June, 1898. 






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AUGUR, JACOB A.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed at Large.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Cav., 15 June, 1869. 1st Lieut., 11 Jan., 1871. Capt., 14 June. 1879. 

Maj. 4th Cav., 2 June, 1897. 

AULTMAN, D WIGHT E.* [Born in Pa. Appointed from Pa.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Cav., 12 June, 1894. Trans, to 2nd Art., 13 Sept., 1894. 1st Lieut. 

2 March, 1899. 

AUGUST1N, JOSEPH W., Jr.* [Born in La. Appointed from Pa.] 

2nd Lieut. 24th Inf., 12 June, 1895. Died of wounds received in action at Santiago, 

Cuba, 2 July, 1898. 

AUMAN, WILLIAM. [Born in Pa. Appointed from Pa.] 

Priv. Washington Art., Fottsville, Pa., 15 April, 1861. Mustered in as Co. B, 25th 

Pa. Vols., 18 April, 1861. Discharged 29 July, 1861. Corpl. Co. G, 48th Pa. Vols., 

9 Sept., 1861. Sergt., 2 June, 1862. 2nd Lieut. 48th Pa. Vet. Vols., 28 June, 1864, 
1st Lieut., 28 July, 1864. Capt., 3 March, 1865. Bvt. Capt. Vols., 2 April, 1865, for 

f alia nt and meritorious services before Petersburg, Va. 2nd Lieut. 13th U. S. Inf., 
1 May, 1866. 1st Lieut., 5 Oct., 1867. Capt., 20 March. 1879. Maj., 26 April, 1898. 
AUSTIN, ALBERT. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Corpl. Co. F, 8th Conn. Vols., 23 Sept., 1861. Sergt., 24 Dec., 1862. Sergt. Co. F, 
8th Conn. Vols., 24 Dec., 1863. Discharged 12 May, 1865. 2nd Lieut, llth Conn. 
Vols., 13 May, 1865. 1st Lieut., 2 Nov., 1865. Mustered out 21 Dec.. 1865. 2nd 
Lieut. 14th Inf., 9 Aug., 1867. 1st Lieut., 23 Nov., 1874. Died 3 Dec., 1886. 
AUSTIN, IVERS J.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Art., 1 July, 1828. Resigned 8 Nov., 1828. Died 11 June, 1889. 
AUSTIN, LORING. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Light Drag., 28 Sept., 1812. 1st Lieut., 3 Sept., 1813. Capt. 46th Inf., 
21 April, 1814. Trans, to 8th Inf., 17 May, 1815. Resigned 31 July, 1819. Bvt. Maj., 
5 July, 1814. for gallant and distinguished conduct at the Battle of Chippewa. Died 
28 Jan., 1827. 

AUSTIN, WM. M. [Born in England. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Asst. Surg., 28 Feb., 1866. Died 9 May, 1868. Bvt. Capt., 18 Dec., 1866, for meri- 
torious and distinguished service at San Antonio. Texas, when cholera prevailed. 
AUSTINE. WILLIAM.* [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Drag., 1 July, 1838. Trans, to 3rd Art., 12 July, 1838. 1st Lieut., 5 
Nov., 1839. Reg. Adj., 1 May, 1841, to 13 Aug., 1847. Capt., 13 Aug., 1847. Bvt. 
Maj., 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct in the Battles of Contreras 
and Churubusco. Maj. 3rd Art., 21 July, 1861. Retired 20 Feb., 1862. Bvt. Lieut. 
Col. and Col., 28 Sept., 1865, for long and faithful service. 

AVERELL, WM. W.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Mounted Rifle, 1 July, 1855. 2nd Lieut., 1 May, 1856. 1st Lieut., 
14 May, 1861. 3rd Cav.. 3 Aug., 1861. Capt., 17 July, 1862. Resigned 18 May, 1865. 
Bvt. Maj., 17 March, 1863, for gallant and meritorious service in action at Kelly's 
Ford, Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 6 Nov., 1863. for gallant and meritorious service in 
action at Droop Mountain, Va. Bvt. Col., 15 Dec., 1863, for gallant and meritorious 
service during the Salem expedition, in Va. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 March, 1865, for 
gallant service in the field of battle during the war. Bvt. Maj. Gen., 13 March, 
1865, for gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of Moorfield, Va. Appointed 
Capt. U. S. Army, 17 Aug., 1888 (Act of 1 Aug., 1888). Retired 31 Aug., 1888. 
AVERILL, NATHAN K.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Cav., 12 June, 1895. 1st Lieut.. 2 March. 1899. 

A VERY, FRANK P.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 14 June, 1878. 2nd Lieut., 28 June, 1878. 1st Lieut., 1 

July, 1885. Capt., 26 April, 1898. Retired (disability) 8 Sept., 1898. 

AVERY, HOWARD S. [Born in Cal. Appointed from Cal.] 

Priv. and Corpl. Co. I, 14th Inf., 6 June, 1898, to 26 April, 1899. 2nd Lieut. 14th Inf., 

10 April, 1899. 

AVERY, ROBERT. [Born in Penn. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Capt. 102nd N. Y. Vols., 17 Dec., 1861. Lieut. Col., 1 Jan., 1863. Mustered out 27 

June, 1864. Bvt. Lieut. Col. Vols., 13 March, 1865. for gallant and meritorious 

service in the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va. Bvt. Col. and Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 

13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of Lookout 
Mountain, Tenn. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious 
service. Maj. Vet. Res. Corps, 27 April, 1865. Mustered out 8 Jan., 1867. 1st 
Lieut. 44th Inf., 28 July, 1866. Bvt. Capt., 2 March. 1867, for gallant and meri- 
torious service in the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va. Bvt. Capt., 2 March, 1867, for 
gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of Lookout Mountain, Tenn. Re- 
assigned 27 May, 1869. Retired with rank of Lieut. Col., 31 Dec., 1870. 

AVIS. EDWARD S.* [Born in Va. Appointed from W. Va.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 12 June, 1880. 1st Lieut. 25th Inf., 11 Nov.. 1890. Trans, to 18th 

Inf., 20 July, 1891. Retired (disability) with rank of Capt., 26 April, 1898. 
AWL, FRANK A. [Born in Pa. Appointed from Pa.] 

2nd Lieut, of Inf.. (unass'd), 1 Dec., 1899. 
AXT, GODFREY H. T. F. [Born in Germany. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Priv. Co. G, 20th N. Y. Vols., 6 May. 1861. Mustered out 1 June, 1863. Asst. 

Surg.. 9 Oct., 1867. Resigned 1 Feb., 1870. 
AYER, SAMUEL. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Post Surg., 17 Feb., 1817. Resigned 9 March. 1818. 
AYER, THOMAS J. [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 28 Jan., 1820. Reg. Adj. 15 Sept., 1821, to 14 Sept., 1823. Died 

14 Sept., 1823. 

AYER, WALDO E.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 12th Inf., 15 June, 1884. 1st Lieut. 20th Inf., 19 May, 1891. Trans, to 
llth Inf., 20 July, 1891. Trans, to 12th Inf., 16 April, 1894. Capt., 5 Oct., 1898. 
Ass'd to 12th Inf., 1 Jan., 1899. 

AYERS, GEORGE W.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1841. 1st Lieut., 20 Dec.. 1845. Killed 8 Sept., 1847, at 
Battle of Molino del Rey, Mexico. Bvt. Capt., 23 Sept., 1846, for gallant conduct 
in the several conflicts at Monterey, Mexico. 



170 ARMY LIST 1815-1900. 

AYUKS. CHARLES G. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from X. Y.I 

2nd Lieut. 25th Inf.. 31 Oct.. 1874. Trans, to 10th Cav.. 18 Sept.. 1875. taking rank 
from 18 Sept.. 1875. 1st Lieut.. 21 Dec., 1882. Capt., 1 Jan., 1802. Maj. 2Wh V. 
S. Vols.. 5 July, 1899 (declined). 
AYRES, HENRY. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Ensign 23rd N. Y. Vols., 23 April, 1861. 1st Lieut., 9 Oct., 1862. 1st Lieut. Si-. Corps 
Vols., 3 March, 1863. livt. ('apt. Vols.. 26 March, 1865, for faithful ami meritorious 
service during the campaign against the city of Mobile and its defenrrs. Mustered 
out 1 May, 1866. 2nd Lieut. :<vd Cav., 7 March. 1867. 1st Lieut., 20 July, 1868. 
Trans, to Supernumerary, 15 Dec., 1870. Mustered out 1 Jan.. 1871. 
AYUKS. JAMES C.* [Born in Wis. Appointed from Wis.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 12 June. 1871. Trans, to Ord., 1 Nov., 1874. 1st Lieut.. 1 Nov., 

1874. Capt., 15 March, 1883. 
AYRES. ROBERT. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Cos. A and D. Batt. Eng., 20 Dec.. 1855, to 19 Dec.. 1862. 
2nd Lieut. 19th Inf., 29 Nov., 1862. 1st Lieut., 25 Nov., 1863. R. Q. M., 5 June, 
1865, to 28 July, 1866. Capt.. 28 July, 1866. Unass'd 31 March. 1S69. Mustered 
out 1 Jan., 1871. Bvt. Capt., 25 Nov., 1863, for gallant and meritorious service at 
the Battle of Mission Ridge, Tenn. 
AYRES, ROMEYN B.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July, 1847. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 22 Sept.. 1847. 1st 
Lieut., 16 March, 1852. Capt. 5th Art., 14 May. 1861. Brig. Gen. Vols.. 20 Nov.. 
1862. Bvt. Maj., 2 July, 1863, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of 
Gettysburg, Pa. Bvt. Lieut. Col.. 5 May. 1864, for gallant and meritorious service in 
the Battle of the Wilderness. Va. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Vols., 1 Aug.. 1864. for con- 
spicuous gallantry in the Battles of the Wilderness, Spottsylvania Court House, 
Jericho Mills. Bethesda Church, Petersburg and Globe Tavern (Weldon Railroad*, 
and for faithful service in the campaign. Bvt. Col., 18 Aug., 1864, for gallant 
and meritorious service in the Battle on the Weldon Railroad, Va. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 
13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Five Forks. 
Va. Bvt. Maj. Gen., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service in the 
field during the war. Mustered out of Vol. service 30 April, 1866. Lieut. Col. 
28th Inf., 28 July. 1866. Trans, to 19th Inf., 15 March, 1869. Trans, to 3rd Art.. 
15 Dec., 1870. Col. 2nd Art., 18 Jan., 1879. Died 4 Dec., 1888. 
AZPELL, THOMAS F. [Born in Penn. Appointed from N. J.I 

Maj. Surg. Vols., 7 Oct., 1861. Bvt. Lieut. Col. Vols., 18 Oct., 1865, for faithful 
and meritorious service. Mustered out 23 Oct., 1865. Capt. Asst. Surg., 14 May. 
1867. Retired for disability 10 Aug., 1885. 

BABBITT. EDWIN B.* [Born in Conn. Appointed from Ind.l 

Bvt. 2nd and 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf.. 1 July, 1826. 1st Lieut., 31 March. 1834. A. Q. M.. 
10 March, 1836, to 7 July, 1838. Capt. A. Q. M., 7 July, 1838. Capt. 3rd Inf.. 1 
July, 1839. Vacated line commission. 18 June, 1846. Bvt. Maj., 30 May, 1848, for 
meritorious conduct while serving in the enemy's country. Maj. Q. M.. 10 May. 
1861. Lieut. Col. Dep. Q. M. G.. 3 Aug.. 1861. Bvt. Col., 13 March. 1865, for faith- 
ful and meritorious service during the war. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 March, 1865, for 
faithful and meritorious service in the Q. M. D. during the war. Col. A. Q. M. G.. 
29 July, 1866. Retired 29 July, 1866. Died 10 Dec., 1881. 

BABBITT, EDWIN B.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Wash.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Art.. 15 June, 1884. 1st Lieut. Ord., 15 April, 1889. Capt. (14 years' 
service) 15 June. 1898. 

BABBITT, LAWRENCE S.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mel.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 24 June. 1861. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 21 July, 1861. for gallant and 
meritorious service in the Battle of Bull Run, Va. Trans, to Ord.. 26 Oct.. 1861. 
1st Lieut., 3 March. 1863. Bvt. Capt., 13 March, 1865. for faithful and meritorious 
service in the Ord. Dept. during the war. Capt. Ord., 22 Dec., 1866. Bvt. Maj.. 
27 Feb.. 1890, for gallant services in action against Indians at the Clearwater, 
Idaho. 11 and 12 July, 1877. Maj., 10 May, 1878. Lieut. Col., 15 Sept., 1890. Col., 
7 April. 1899. 

BABCOCK. CAMPBELL E. [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.1 

Priv. Troop K, 1st U. S. Vol. Cav., 21 May. 1898. to 1 Sept., 1898. 2nd Lieut. 12th 
Inf., 9 July. 1898. 1st Lieut. 7th Inf., 13 May, 1899. 

BABCOCK. CONRAD S.* [Born in Conn. Appointed from X. Y.I 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf.. 26 April, 1898. Trans, to 6th Art., 8 June, 1898. Trans, to 1st 
Cav., 31 Oct.. 1898. 

BABCOCK, JOHN B. [Born in La. Appointed from Conn.l 

Sergt. Co. G. 37th X. Y. State Militia. 29 May, 1862. Discharged 2 Sept.. 1862. 2nd 
Lieut. 174th N. Y. Vols.. 13 Nov.. 1862. 1st Lieut.. 1 Dec.. 1863. Capt. 162nd X. 
Y. Vols., 9 Dec.. 1864. Maj.. 1 Jan., 1865. Resigned 23 July. 1865. 2nd Lieut, nth 
Cav., 22 Jan.. 1867. Bvt. 1st Lieut., Bvt. Capt. and Maj., 2 March, 1867. for gal- 
lant and meritorious service in the Battles of Sabine Cross-Roads. Pleasant Hill 
and Cane River Crossing. La. 1st Lieut. 5th Cav., 14 Feb.. 1868. Capt., 9 May. 
1877. Bvt. Lieut. Col.. 27 Feb., 1890, for gallant services in actions against Indians 
at Tonto Creek. Ariz.. 16 June, 1873, and at Four Peaks. Ariz.. 16 Jan., 1874. Maj. 
A. A. G., 2 Feb., 1893. Lieut. Col. A. A. G.. 25 Jan.. 1897. Brig. Gen. of Vols.. M 
June, to 30 Nov., 1898. Medal of Honor for most distinguished gallantry in action 
at Spring Creek. Nebr.. 16 May. I860: this officer, then a 1st Lieut. 5th U. S. Cav., 
and serving with a scouting column, while in advance with a troop of cavalry, 
was attacked by Indians outnumbering his force six times. Advancing to high 
ground, he dismounted his troop, himself remaining mounted to encourage his men. 
and there fought the Indians until relieved, his horse being wounded. Brig. Gen. 
Vols., 3 June. 1898. Honorably discharged 30 Nov., 1898. Was Chief of Staff Mcr- 
ritt's Expedition to Philippines. 

BABCOCK, ORVILLE E.* [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Eng.. 6 May. 1861. 2nd Lieut., 6 May, 1861. 1st Lieut.. 17 Nov.. 

1861. Bvt. Capt., 4 May, 1862, for gallant and meritorious service during the Siege 






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of Yorktown, Va. Lieut. Col. A. I. G. (Act 17 July. 1862), 1 Jan.. 1863. Cant. Eng., 
1 June, 1863. Bvt. Maj., 29 Nov.. 1863, for gallant and meritorious service during 
the Siege of Knoxville, Tenn. Relieved as Lieut. Col. A. I. G. (Act 17 July, 1862), 
28 March, 1864. Lieut. Col. A. de C. to the Lieut. Gen., 29 March, 1864. Bvt. Lieut. 
Col., 6 May, 1864, for gallant and eritorious service in the Battle of the Wilderness. 
Va. Bvt. Col. Vols., 24 Feb., 1865, for faithful and meritorious service. Bvt. Col., 
13 March. 1885, for gallant and meritorious service during the war. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 
13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service in the field during the war. 
Relieved as Lieut. Col. A. de C., 24 July, 1866. Col. A. de C. to the Gen., 25 July, 
1806. Maj. Eng.. 21 March, 1867. Relieved as Col. A. do C., 4 March. 1S<>;>. Col. 
Superint. Pub. Buildings, 3 March, 1873, to 3 March, 1877. Drowned 2 June, 1884. 
BABCOCK. SAMUEL.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. Eng.. 23 Feb.. 1808. 1st Lieut., 1 July. 1812. Capt.. 20 Sept., 1812. Mai. 

:il March. 1819. Resigned 22 Dec., 1830. Died 26 June, 1831. 
HAI'.rot'K. WALTER C.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 8th Cav., 12 June, 1893. 1st Lieut., 2 March, 1899. 
BARCOCK. WM. H. [Born in X. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Asst. Surg., 29 Aug., 1856. Died 3 Oct., 1859. 

BA<'II I-:. ALEXR. I).* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 1 July, 1825. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1825. Resigned 1 June, 1829. 

Died 17 Feb.. 1867. 

BACH I-:. ALFRED B. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Cav., 7 March, 1867. 1st Lieut., 20 July, 1868. Reg. Com., 25 April, 

to 2 Nov., 1876. Died 12 Nov., 1876. 

IJAC1IE. DALLAS. [Born in D. C. Appointed from Penn.] 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg., 28 May, 1861. Bvt. Capt. and Maj., 13 March, 1865, for faithful 

and uieritorius service during the war. Capt. Asst. Surg., 28 May, 1866. Maj. 

Surg., 5 Aug., 1867. Lieut. Col. Surg., 9 Feb., 1890. Col. Asst. Surg. Gen., 18 

April, 1895. 

BACHE, FRANCIS M. [Born in Penn. Appointed at Large.] 

1st Lieut. 16th Inf., 14 May. 1861. Capt., 25 Oct., 1861. Resigned 16 Nov., 1865. 

Bvt. Maj., 2 Dec., 1864, for faithful and meritorious service in the field. Bvt. 

Lieut. Col., 9 April, 1865. for gallant and meritorious service during the operations 

resulting in the fall of Richmond and surrender of General Lee. 

BACHE, FRANKLIN. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Surg. Mate, 32nd Inf., 17 May, 1813. Maj. Surg. 42nd Inf., 25 April, 1814. Trans, 
to 2nd Inf., 17 May, 1815. Resigned 1 July, 1816. Died 19 March, 1864. 
BACHE, HARTMAN.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Bvt. Capt. Asst. Top. Eng., 24 July, 1818. Bvt. Maj. Top. Eng., 1 Aug., 1832. Maj. 
Top. Eng.. 7 July, 1838. Lieut. Col., 6 Aug., 1861. Col. Eng., 3 March, 1863. Re- 
tired 7 March, 1867. Died 8 Oct., 1872. Bvt. Maj., 24 July, 1828, for ten years' 
faithful service in one grade. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 March, 1865, for long, faithful 
and meritorious service. 

BACHE, RICHARD. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Fenn.] 

1st Lieut. 32nd Inf., 17 April. 1813. Retained 17 May, 1815, as 2nd Lieut. Corps 
Art. Capt. Ord.. 30 May, 1832. Died 13 Jan., 1836. Retained May, 1815 (in re- 
organization under Act of 3 March, 1815), as 2nd Lieut, of Art., with Bvt. of 1st 
Lieut, from 17 April, 1813. 
BACHELDER, DANIEL. [Born in Vt. Appointed from N. H.] 

Capt. of Inf., 23 Feb., 1847; 9th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Resigned 17 Feb., 1848. 
BACKENSTOS. JACOB B. [Born in Penn. Appointed from 111.] 

Capt. Mounted Rifles, 27 May. 1846. Resigned 30 June. 1851. Bvt. Maj., 20 Aug., 
1847. for gallant and meritorious conduct in the Battles of Contreras and Churu- 
busco, Mexico. Bvt. Lieut. Col.. 13 Sept., 1845. for gallant and meritorious conduct 
in the Battle of Chapultepec, Mexico. Died 25 Sept., 1857. 
BACKUS, CHRISTOPHER. [Born in La. Appointed from La.] 

Asst. Apothecary Gen., 12 Aug., 1814. Resigned 15 Nov., 1819. 

BACKUS, ELECTUS.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf.. 1 July, 1824. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf.. 1 July. 1824. 1st Lieut., 

28 July. 1831. Capt., 17 Oct., 1837. Maj. 3rd Inf.. 10 June, 1850. Lieut. Col., 19 

Jan., 1859. Col. 6th Inf.. 20 Feb., 1862. Died 7 June, 1862. Bvt. Maj., 23 Sept., 

1846. for gallant and meritorious conduct at Monterey. 

ACKUS, GEORGE B.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Col.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 16 June, 1875. 1st Lieut., 12 Jan., 1880. Died 14 June, 1895. 
ACON. ALEXANDER S.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 15 June, 1876. Resigned 15 March. 1878. 

BACON, CYRUS. [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

Asst. Surg. 7th Mich. Vols., 16 Aug., 1861, to 6 May, 1862. Asst. Surg., 16 April, 1862. 

Bvt. Capt. and Maj. for faithful and meritorious service during the war. Died 1 

Sept., 1868. 

BACON. GEORGE E.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 16th Inf., 12 June, 1871. 1st Lieut., 7 Dec., 1879. Died 20 Dec.. 1883. 

BACON. GEORGE R.* [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 15 June, 1869. 1st Lieut., 28 May, 1875. Resigned 15 June, 1878. 

BACON. HENRY. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass. | 

2nd Lieut. 34th Mass. Vols.. 31 July, 1862. 1st Lieut.. 9 July, 1863. Discharged 

28 Nov., 1864. 2nd Lieut. 23rd Inf., '7 March, 1867. Resigned 3 Oct., 1867. 
BACON, JOHN D.* [Born in Maine. Appointed from Maine.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf.. 1 July, 1840. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 3 Dec., 1840. 1st Lieut.. 
18 June, 1846. Died 12 Oct., 1847, of wounds received at the Battle of Churu- 
busco, Mexico. 

BACON. JOHN M. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

2nd Lieut, llth Ky. Cav., 22 Sept., 1862. 2nd Lieut. 4th Ky. Cav., 5 Nov.. 1862. 1st 
Lieut., 1 Feb.. 1863. Capt., 14 March, 1863. Maj., 20 Nov.. 1864. Mustered out 21 
Aug.. 1865. Capt. 9th Cav., 28 July, 1866. Bvt. Maj.. 2 March, 1867. for gallant 
and meritorious service in the Siege of Resaca, Ga. Col. A. de C., 1 Jan., 1871. 



172 ARMY LIST 1815-1900. 

Maj. 7th Cav., 14 April, 1874. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 27 Feb., 1890, for gallant services Inj 
the actions against Indians on the Rio Pecos, Tex., 7 June, 1869, and near the] 
headwaters of the Salt Fork of the Brazos River, Tex., 28 and 29 Oct., 1869. Lieut.] 
Col. 1st Cav., 7 April, 1893. Col. 8th Cav., 29 June, 1897. Graduate of the Artillery! 
School, 1872. Brig. Gen. of Vols., 4 May, 1898, to 24 Feb., 1899. Retired, overl 
30 years' service, 8 May, 1899. 
BACON, RTJFUS J.* [Born in Maine. Appointed from Maine.] 1 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July, 1846. Died 12 Aug., 1846. 
BACOT. RICHARD H.* [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.1 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July, 1841. Resigned 31 Dec., 1843. Died 17 Aug., 1862. 
BADEAU, ADAM. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from X. Y.I 

Capt. Addl. A. de C., 29 April, 1862. Lieut. Col. Mil. Sec. to the Lieut. Gen.. 29 
March, 1864. Bvt. Col. Vols., 24 Feb., 1865, for faithful and meritorious service. 
Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 9 April, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service during the 
campaign terminating with the surrender of the insurgent army, under General 
R. E. Lee. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 22 March, 1866. Mustered out as Capt. Addl. 
A. de C., 1 July, 1866. Col. A. de C. to the Gen., 25 July, 1866. 1st Lieut., 28 July, 
1866. Bvt. Capt., Maj., Lieut. Col., Col. and Brig. Gen., 2 March, 1867. for faithful 
and meritorious service during the war. Relieved as Col. A. de C. to the Gen., 
4 March, 1869. Unassigned 23 March, 1869. Retired with rank of Capt., 18 May, 
1869. Died 19 March, 1895. 

BADEAU, ELIAS C. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Garrison Surg. Mate, 1 March, 1814. Surg. Mate 27th Inf., 21 April, 1814. Dis- 

banded 15 June, 1815. 

BADEN. JAMES T. [Born in Md. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Corpl., Sergt. and 1st Sergt. Co. F. 5th Cav., 23 Oct., 1857, to 3 Oct., 1862. 2nd 
Lieut. 5th Cav., 17 July, 1862. 1st Lieut., 2 Nov., 1863. Resigned 12 Sept.. 1864. 
N, NEHEMIAH. [Born in Md. Appointed from 

1st Lieut. Asst. Dep. Com. of Ord., 6 Aug.. 1813. Retained as 1st Lieut. Ord., 



BADEN, NEHEMIAH. [Born in Md. Appointed from Va.J 

st Lieut. Asst. Dep. Com. of Ord., 6 Aug.. 1813. Retained as 1st Lieut. Ord., 17 
May, 1815. Trans, to 1st Art., 1 June, 1821. Capt.. 1 April, 1824. Died 30 Nov., 



1836. Bvt. Capt., 6 Aug., 1823, for ten years' faithful service in one grade. Bvt. 
Maj., 1 April, 1834. for ten years' faithful service in one grade. 

BADGER, NICHOLAS D. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Priv. Co. F. 2nd Ohio Vols.. 17 April, 1861. Discharged 31 July. 1861. 1st Lieut. 
44th Ohio Vols., 18 Sept., 1861. Capt., 1 Oct., 1862. Capt. 8th Ohio Cav., 18 Jan., 
1864. Maj., 13 June, 1865. Mustered out 30 July, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 10th Cav.. '23 
July, 1866. 1st Lieut.. 29 May, 1867. Reg. Com., 11 Dec., 1867, to 2 April, 1870. 
Bvt. Capt., 29 May, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service during the war. 
Trans, to Inf. unass'd, 2 April, 1870. Ass'd to 22ud Inf., 1 Jan., 1871. Retired 28 
June, 1878. Died 19 July, 1882. 

BADGER, NORMAN. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Ky.] 

Hosp. Chaplain Vols., 30 June, 1864. Mustered out 23 Sept.. 1865. Chaplain 
post of Louisville, Ky.. 24 Aug., 1865, to 30 April, 1867. Post Chaplain, 3 April, 
1867. Died 5 June, 1876. 

BADGER, WM. [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

Capt. 4th N. H. Vols., 18 Sept., 1861. Out of service 4 June, 1864. Bvt. Maj. Vols., 

13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service during the war. Capt. 9th U. 

S. Vet. Vols., 20 June, 1865. Mustered out 20 April. 1866. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 19 

May. 1866. 1st Lieut.. 9 Feb., 1867. Bvt. Capt., 2 March. 1867. for gallant and 

meritorious service during the war. Retired 15 Jan., 1889. Died 11 May. 1897. 

BADOLLET. JAMES F.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Ind.] 

3rd Lieut. Light Art., 21 July. 1814. Trans, to Corps Art.. 17 May. 1815. 2nd 

Lieut., 1 Oct., 1816. Resigned 1 Aug., 1818. Died 8 May, 1878. 
BAGBY, ARTHUR P.* [Born in Ala. Appointed at Large.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 1 July, 1852. Resigned 30 Sept., 1853. 

BAGLEY, EDWARD F. [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ala.] 

2nd Lieut. 13th Inf., 25 Sept., 1847. Disbanded 15 July, 1848. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 

27 June, 1856. 1st Lieut., 17 Aug., 1857. Resigned 1 March, 1861. 

BAILEY, ALBERT S.* [Born in Texas. Appointed from Texas.] 

2nd Lieut. 9th Cav.. 14 June, 1878. Trans, to 6th Cav., 9 Aug., 1878. Resigned 1 

Nov., 1883. Died 31 March, 1889. 

BAILEY, CHARLES J.* [Born in Pa. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 12 June, 1880. 1st Lieut.. 14 Jan., 1888. Graduate of the Artillery 

School, 1888. Capt. 7th Art., 2 March, 1899. 

BAILEY, CLARENCE M. [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.] 

2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 5 Aug., 1861. 1st Lieut., 14 July, 1863. Capt., 28 July, 1866. Un- 

assigned 22 April, 1869. Ass'd to 8th Inf., 15 Dec.. 1870. Maj. 15th Inf., 10 July. 

1S91. Lieut. Col. 18th Inf., 25 April, 1895. Col. 16th Inf., 1 Nov., 1898. Retired 

(disability) 5 May, 1899. 

BAILEY. EDWARD L. [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

Capt. 2nd N. H. Vols.. 7 June, 1861. Maj., 26 July, 1862. Lieut. Col., 20 Feb., 18(. 
Col. 1 May. 1863. Mustered out 21 June, 1864. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 7 March. 1867. 
Bvt. 1st Lieut.. 6 Nov., 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of 
Williamsburg. Va. Bvt. Capt., 6 Nov., 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in 
the Battle of Fair Oaks. Va. Bvt. Maj., 6 Nov.. 1867. for gallant and meritorious 
service in the Battle of Bull Run (2nd), Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 6 Nov., 1867, for 
gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Gettysburg, Penn. 1st Lieut. 4th 
Inf.. 26 Feb., 1876. Capt., 4 Dec., 1891. Dismissed 15 Oct., 1893. 

BAILEY, FREDK. W.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed at Large.] 

2nd Lieut. 17th Inf.. 23 June, 1865. 1st Lieut.. 23 June, 1865. R. Q. M.. 31 Dec., 1865. 

to 1 Aug.. 1866. Trans, to 35th Inf., 21 Sept.. 1866. Capt., 7 Oct.. 1867. Dismissed 

1 Sept., 1869. Reinstated as Capt. of Inf.. 24 Jan., 1870. Unass'd 23 Feb., 1870. 

Discharged 19 Nov., 1870. Died 23 July, 1878. 

BAILEY, GUILFORD D.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art.. 1 July, 1856. 1st Lieut.. 14 May. 1861. Capt. A. C. S.. 3 Aug., 
1861. Col. 1st N. Y. Light Art., 25 Sept., 1861. Killed 31 May, 1862, at Battle of 
Fair Oaks, Va. 



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BAILEY, HARRY L.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

2nd Lieut. 21st Inf.. 15 June, 1876. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 27 Feb., 1890, for gallant services 
in action against Indians at the Clearwater, Idaho, 11 and 12 July, 1877. 1st Lieut., 
25 March, 1884. R. Q. M., 24 Feb., 1889. Capt., 2 Dec., 1897. 
BAILEY, HOBART K. [Born in Ind. Appointed from Miss.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 27 July, 1872. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 27 Feb., 1890, for gallant services 
in action against Indians on McLellan's Creek, Texas, 8 Nov., 1874. 1st Lieut., 
17 Nov., 1879. Reg. Adj., 24 March, 1883, to 31 March, 1889. Capt. A. J. A. ass'd 
12 Aug., 1887. Capt., 4 July, 1892. 
BAILEY, JACOB W.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from R. I.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 1 July, 1832. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1832. 1st Lieut., 6 Aug., 

1836. Prof. Mil. Acad., 5 July, 1838. Died 26 Feb., 1857. 
BAILEY, JAMES. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

1st Lieut. 6th Inf., 3 Jan., 1812. Capt., 27 March, 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. Re- 
instated as 1st Lieut. 2nd Inf., 17 May, 1816. Disbanded 1 June, 1821. Retained 
17 May, 1816 (in re-organization under Act of 3 March, 1815), as 1st Lieut. 2nd 
Inf., with Bvt. of Capt. from 27 March, 1814. Capt., 17 June, 1816. Dis- 
charged 1 June, 1821. Died 24 July, 1821. 

'BAILEY, JOSEPH H. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Asst. Surg., 28 Nov., 1834. Capt., 28 Nov., 1839. Retired 27 Aug., 1862. Died 1 

April, 1883. 

BAILEY; LOUIS C. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from D. C.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., 8 June, 1861. 5th Cav., 3 Aug., 1861. Appointment expired 

17 July, 1862. Capt. 1st D. C. Cav., 10 June, 1863. Resigned 29 Feb., 1864. 
BAILEY, THOMAS C. J. [Born in Del. Appointed from Del.] 

1st Lieut. 17th Inf., 14 May, 1861. Capt., 14 Dec., 1862. Bvt. Maj. 19 Aug., 1864, 
for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of the Weldon Railroad, Va. 
Retired 18 Aug., 1865. 

BAILEY, THOMAS N.* [Born in Tenn. Appointed at Large.] 

2nd Lieut. Eng., 13 June, 1873. 1st Lieut., 16 Oct., 1877. Capt., 19 March, 1884. Died 

20 April, 1886. 

BAILEY, WM. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

1st Lieut. 10th Inf., 12 March, 1812. Capt., 19 July, 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. 
Reinstated 2 Dec., 1815, as 1st Lieut. 7th Inf., with Bvt. of Capt. from 19 July, 
1814. Dismissed 31 May, 1817. 

BAILY. CHAS. M. [Born in Ind. Ter. Appointed at Large.] 

2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 7 March, 1867. 1st Lieut., 30 May, 1877. R. Q. M., 1 Oct., 1878, 

to 28 Feb., 1882. Reg. Adj., 1 March, 1882, to 31 Dec., 1885. Died 31 Dec., 1885. 
BAILY, ELISHA I. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg., 16 Feb., 1847. Capt. Asst. Surg., 16 Feb., 1852. Maj. Surg., 
15 May, 1861. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865. for faithful and meritorious service 
during the war. Lieut. Col. Surg., 26 June, 1876. Col. Surg., 30 Jan., 1883. Re- 
tired (op. of law), 14 Nov., 1888. 

BAILY, JOSEPH C. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg., 27 Oct., 1857. Capt. Asst. Surg., 27 Oct.. 1862. Maj. Surg., 1 

Dec., 1864. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service 

during the war. Lieut. Col. Asst. Med. Pur., 18 Nov., 1886. Col. Surg., 9 March, 

1892. Died 16 May, 1894. 

BAINBRIDGE, AUGUSTUS H. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Gen. Ser., 11 Aug.. 1858. Sergt. Co. A, 2nd Batt. 14th Inf.. 14 June, 1862. 2nd 
Lieut. 14th Inf., 14 July, 1862. 1st Lieut., 9 June, 1864. Bvt. Capt., 18 Aug., 1864, 
for gallant services during the operations on the Weldon Railroad. Capt. 14th Inf., 
11 Aug., 1866. Maj. 10th Inf., 14 Oct.. 1892. Lieut. Col. 4th Inf., 17 April, 1897. 
Retired (at own request) 11 Aug., 1898. 

BAINBRIDGE, EDMUND C.* [Born in Va. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1856. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 31 Oct., 1856. 1st Lieut., 

2 Nov., 1859. Trans, to 5th Art., May 14, 1861. Capt. A. Q. M., 3 Aug., 1861. Capt. 

>5th Art., 30 Aug., 1862. Vacated commission of Capt. Q. M., 30 Aug., 1862. Maj. 
A. de C. Vols., 3 Sept., 1864. Bvt. Maj. and Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865, for faithful 
and meritorious services during the war. Mustered out of Vol. service, 1 July, 
1866. Col. 3rd Art., 12 Feb., 1895. Retired by direction of the President, being 62 
years of age, 15 Oct., 1897. 

BAINBRIDGE, HENRY.* [Born in N. Y.- Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July, 1821. 1st Lieut., 6 June. 1827. Capt., 15 June, 1836. 
Ma.i. 7th Inf., 16 Feb., 1847. Lieut. Col. 1st Inf., 11 June, 1851. Drowned 31 May, 
1857, by burning of steamer in Galveston Bay. Bvt. Maj., 23 Sept., 1846, for gallant 
and meritorious conduct at Monterey. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant 
and meritorious conduct at Contreras and Churubusco. 

BAINBRIDGE, WM. P. [Born in Mich. Appointed from Ind.] 

2nd Lieut. 101st Ind. Vols., 15 Feb., 1863. Capt. A. de C. Vols., 3 Sept., 1864. 
Mistered out 9 Feb.. 1866. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Cav., 29 Nov., 1865. 1st Lieut., 28 July, 
1866. Mustered out 28 Dec., 1870. 

BAINBRIDGE. WM. P.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July. 1824. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art.. 1 July. 1824. 1st Lieut., 
30 May, 1832. Capt., 19 March, 1842. Died 16 Sept., 1850. Bvt. Maj.. 18 April, 
1847. for gallant and meritorious conduct in the Battle of Cerro Gordo. Mexico. 
BAIRD, ABSOLOM.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art.. 1 July, 1849. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 1 April, 1850. 1st Lieut., 
24 Dec.. 1853. Bvt. Capt. A. A. G., 11 May, 1861. Vacated commission of 1st 
Lieut. Art., 14 May, 1861. Capt. A. A. G., 3 Aug., 1861. Vacated 14 Nov., 1861. 
Maj. A. I. G., 12 Nov., 1861. Brig. Gen. Vols., 28 April. 1862. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 20 
Sept., 1863. for gallant and meritorious services in the Battle of Chickamauga, Ga. 
Bvt. Col., 24 Nov., 1863. for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Vols., 1 Sept., 1864, for faithful services and discreet 
conduct during the Atlanta campaign, and particularly in the Battles of Resaca 
and Jonesboro, and for general good conduct in the command of his division 



174 ARMY LIST 1815-11)00. 

against Savannah. Bvt. Brig. G., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious 




me, .loiiN <_ui. i. VT., xx jiarcii, c5o. rsrig. ueu. i. u.. _.: .Sept l: 
op. of law 20 Aug., 1888. Medal of Honor for most distinguished gallantry iai 
action at Jouesboro, Ga., Sept. 1. 1864. voluntarily leading a detached bri-id'e ii 
an assault upon the enemy's works; while serving as Brig. Gen. of Vols.. command- 
ing a division. 

BAIRD. GEORGE W. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn ] 

Priv. 1st Batty Conn. 1st Art., 25 Aug., 1862. Priv. Co. H.. 13th Reg. Vet. Res Corps 
19 Dec., 1863. Discharged. 14 March. 1864. Col. 32nd U. S. Col. Troops 18 MarcH 
1864 Mustered out, 22 Aug., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 19th Inf., 11 Mav. 18( ;.' Trans to 

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iro I M'N 21 i 8 SPH 18 ? 8 ' ^-V 611 ^" 2T Apri1 ' 1867 ' Traus ' to ' 5th - 

1809. Maj. P. M., 23 June, 1879. Bvt. Capt., 27 Feb., 1890, for gallant service* la 

actions against Indians at Bed River. Tex.. 30 Aug.. 1874. and at Bear Paw Moun- 
tain. Mont., 30 Sept., 18, in which last named action he was severely wounded 
(declined) Lieut. Col. and Dep. P. M. G., 12 July. 1890. Medal of Honor for most 
distinguished gallantry in action against hostile Nez Perce Indians at Bear Paw 
Mountain. Mont., Sept. 30, 1877, where he was twice severely wounded while serving- 
as 1st Lieut, and Adj. 5th Inf. 

BAIRD THOMAS J.* [Born in Ireland. Appointed from Penn.] 

3rd Lieut. Light Art., 21 July, 1814. Trans, to Corps Art.. 17 May, 1815. 2nd Lieut.. 
J- Aug y a- V> 1 ? t Lleut - 2 June - 1818- Trans, to 3rd Art., 1 June, 1821. Capt.. 28 
Feb.. 1827. Resigned 1 May, 1828. Died 5 April, 1842. 

BAIRD, WM.* [Born in Penn. Appointed at Larg.'.l 

2nd Lieut. 6th Cay., 16 June, 1875. 1st Lieut., 15 Feb., 1881. Reg. Adj.. 27 Nov. 1884 

to 1 Nov., 1886. Capt., 24 Feb., 1891. Retired for disability. 3 Dec., 1897. 
BAKER, CHAS. T.* [Born in Conn. Apoiuted at Large. 1 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut.. 3rd Inf.. 1 July, 1842. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 30 March, 1844 1st 

Lieut., 15 April, 1851. Resigned 31 Dec., 1851. Died 28 Feb 1881 

BAKER, CHAUNCEY B.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

2nd Lieut. <th Inf.. 1 July, 1886. 1st Lieut., 29 Sept.. 1892. Capt., 2 March 1890. 
Honor graduate of the Infantry and Cavalry School. 1889. Capt. A. Q. M. Vols.. 12 

T^ l!l ^ 30 r Nov " 180S - Ma J" Q- M - Vols " 7 Ja- 1899. 
BAKER, DANIEL. [Born in N. H. Appointed from Vt.] 

Ensign Ibth Inf.. 8 Jan., 1799. 2nd Lieut., 3 March. 179H. Discharged ir. June. 
1800. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 16 Feb., 1801. Trans, to 1st Inf.. 1 April. 1802. 1st 
Lieut.. 11 Aug.. 1806. Capt., 12 March, 1812. Maj. 45th Inf., 15 April. 1814. Re- 
tained Capt. 8th Inf.. 17 May, 1815. Maj. 7th Inf., 1 June. 1819. Lieut. Col. 6th Inf.. 
1 May. 1829. Died 30 Oct., 1836. Bvt. Maj., 9 Aug., 1812, for gallant conduct at) 
the Battle of Brownsville. 



189S. 
BAKER DAVID. J.. Jr.* [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

2U T d * Lie o l !, t -^ 12 , tli Inf - l Julv ' 1886 ' lst Lieut. 24th Iuf -> 9 Jl.v, 1892- Trans, to 12th 

Inf., 24 Feb., 1893. Capt., 2 March, 1899. 

BAKER EDWARD D. [Born in 111. Appointed from Oregon.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Cav.. 8 May. 1861. 1st Lieut. 4th Cay.. 17 July, 1862. Reg. Adj.. 3O 
Nov 1862, to 1 April, 1863. Capt. A. Q. M., 13 March, 1863.' Resigned commission 

aj - ** M " 21 A I )dl - 187 - Died 



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BAKER El GKNE M.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from X. 1.1 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Drag., 1 July. 1859. 2nd Lieut. 1st Drag.. 28 Feb., 1860. 1st 
Lieut 7 May. 1861. R. Q. M., Dec.. 1861, to 16 Jan.. 1862. Capt., 16 Jan., 1802. 
Bvt. Maj., o May, 1862. for gallant and meritorious services in the Battle of 
Wmtamsburg, Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 19 Sept., 1864. for gallant and meritorious 
service in the Battle of Winchester. Va. Bvt. Col., 1 Dec., 1868, for zeal and energy 
coniul "fl of troops operating against hostile Indians in 1866, 1867 anil 
n -l- 2nd Cav " 8 A P ri1 ' 1869 - Died 19 Dec., 1884. 



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BAKhK, RAMv* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass. 1 

" i 1 L , lei }o 13th In *- 14 Juue 1872 - lst Lieut.. 1 Nov., 1874. Trans, to Ord.. 18' 
T,A^T-o P u^x 8 ,'^ Capt - (14 vears ' service), 14 June, 1886. 

1 ';- Nl1 /- [Born in England. Appointed from Armv.] 1 

-io'-o c S rpl< and Serfft ' Co ' A< and St>1 ^ rt - M:l1 - r>th Cav " I 3 A "ff- I860, to 22 Sept.. 
\!n' 186r Ut ' 5th CnV "' 1T Jllly ' 1862 ' 1St Lieut " 13 April, 1863. Dropped 1J 
BAKER HORATIO X [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.j ! 

M.' 2 ^! 1 {o e * U K 3 r d Inf - 13 Aug " 1819 ' lst Lieut., 3rd Sept.. 1822. Died 13 (let.. 1823. 
BAKER, ISAAC L. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Kv.] ' 

2nd Lieut 2nd Inf.. 6 July. 1812. Trans, to 44th Inf.. - Aug., 1813. Capt.. 5th 

April. 1813. Trans, to 1st Inf., 17 May, 1815. Resigned 1 Mav, 1817. Bvt. Maj 
DAVIHD P?&wi? 141 for & allant conduct at the Siege of New Orleans. 

15AKKK .IA.HKS. [Born in Conn. Appointed from I>. <\] 

ls | Lj^ut. Asst. Dep. Com. Ord., 6 Aug.. 1813. Retained as 1st Lieut. Ord.. S Feb.. 
M... Resigned 3 Dec., 1819. Mil. Storekeeper, 17 March. 1837. Died 20 March. 

1044-. 

BAKER JOHN P. [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] : 

2nd Lieut. 1st Drag., 23 March. 1861. 1st Lieut.. 13 May. 1861. 1st Cav 3 Aug. 
1861 Capt.. 17 July, isr.l'. Capt. A. de C. Vols. 20 Aug.. 1862. which was revoked 
14 Feb. 186::. Resigned 1 July, 1868. Bvt. Maj.. 9 April. 1864. for gallant and 
"Jgritorious Ben-Ice at the Battle of Pleasant Hill. La. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 Man-h. 
865, forrallant and meritorious service during the war. Appointed Maj. P. M.. 8=1 

I ''<*.. 18o2i 

BAKER, JOSHT'A.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from La ] 

2nd Lieut. Corps Art., 1 July. 1819. Resigned 31 Oct., 1820. 'Died 15 April, 1885. 



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BAKER, LAWRENCE S.* [Born in N. C. Appointed from N. C.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Mounted Rifle, 1 July. 1851. 2nd Lieut., 31 March, 1853. 1st Lieut., 

22 Nov.. 1.S59. Resigned 10 May, 1801. 
BAKER. R. T. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. J.I 

Surg. Mate 15th Inf., 12 March, 1812. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. 

BAKER. ROBERT E.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 7th Inf.. 1 July, 1836. 2nd Lieut. 19 Jan., 1837. 1st Lieut., 26 Nov., 

1841. Dismissed 16 March, 1844. Died 13 Dec., 1845. 

BAKER, RUFUS L. [Born iu Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

1st Lieut. Asst. Dep. Com. Ord., 12 March, 1813. Capt., 21 May, 1817. Trans, to 3rd 
Art., 1 June, 1821. Capt. Ord., 30 May, 1832. Maj.. 6 July. 1838. Lieut. Col., 10 
July, 1851. Resigned 31 Dec., 1854. Bvt. Maj.. 21 May, 1827, for ten years' faith- 
ful service in one grade. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 30 May, 1848, for meritorious conduct, 
particularly in performing his duties in prosecuting war with Mexico. 

BAKER. STEPHEN. [Born in Mich. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Co. E, 6th Inf., 20 Aug.. 1860. Corpl., 7 March, 1862. Sergt. Maj. 6th Inf., 1 

April, 1863. Priv. Co. F,, 6th Inf., 24 Aug., 1863. Sergt., 1 Sept., 1863. Sergt. 

Co. D, 6th Inf., 18 March, 1864. 1st Sergt.. 20 March, 1864. Discharged 10 July, 

1864. 1st Sergt. Co. D, 6th Inf., 11 July, 1864. Q. M. Sergt. 6th Inf., 6 Oct., 1864. 
2nd Lieut, and 1st Lieut. 6th Inf., 3 May, 1805. Capt., 8 June, 1874. Maj. 4th Inf., 
7 July, 1897. Retired (over 30 years' service) 11 Jan., 1899. 

BAKER, WM. [Born in D. C. Appointed from D. C.] 

Post Surg., 20 June, 1817. Resigned 12 Aug., 1818. 
BAKER, WM. B. [Born in . Appointed from .] 

2nd Lieut, of Inf., 1st Dec., 1899. Unassigned Jan. 1, 1900. 
BAKER, WM. H.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Vt.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 1 July, 1828. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1828. Resigned 20 May, 

1831. Died in 1835. 
BAKER, WM. L. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 5 Aug., 1861. 1st Lieut., 5 Aug., 1861. Killed at the Battle of 

Autietam, Md., 17 Sept., 1862. 
BAKER, WM. P. [Born in Ark. Appointed from Ark.] 

2nd Lieut. 10th Inf., 12 June, 1887. Resigned 16 Feb.. 1889. 
BALCH. GEORGE T.* [Born in Maine. Appointed from Ohio.} 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Ord., 1 July, 1851. 2nd Lieut., 26 Feb., 1853. 1st Lieut.. 1 July, 1854. 
Cupt., 1 Nov., 1801. Resigned 1 Dec., 1805. Bvt. Maj. and Lieut. Col., 13 March, 

1865, for faithful and meritorious service in the Ord. Dept. 

BALDER, CHRISTIAN. [Born in Germany. Appointed from Army.} 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. A, 1st Cav., 13 April, 1855, to 26 Oct., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 
6th Cav., 26 Oct., 1861. 1st Lieut., 23 Dec., 1862. Killed 3 July, 1863, at the Battle 
of Gettysburg, Peiin. 

BALDEY, GEORGE. [Born in Penn. Appointed from La.] 

Priv. Co. G, 16th Inf., 14 April, 1847, to 5 Aug.. 1848. Priv. and Sergt. 2nd Colo. 

Cav., 14 Sept., 1862. 1st Lieut, and Adj., 20 Nov., 1862. Maj. 65th U. S. Col. Inf., 

28 Jan., 1864. Lieut. Col. 21 June, 1865. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for 

faithful and meritorious service. Mustered out 8 Jan., 1867. 1st Lieut. 39th Inf., 

28 July, 1860. Capt., 20 July, 1868. Unass'd 20 April, 1869. Discharged 5 Oct., 

1870. Bvt. ('apt., 2 March, 1807, for gallant and meritorious service in New 

Mexico, Colorado, and on the Plains, while Adj. of the 3rd Col. Vols. 

BALDRIDGE, BENJ. L. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Kansas.] 

Post Chaplain, 8 June, 1876. Retired by op. of law 9 Feb.. 1885. 
BALDWIN, ALEXANDER G.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July, 1826. 2nd Lieut.. 1 July, 1826. Died. 25 July, 1835. 
BALDWIN, BRISCOE G. [Born in Va. Appointed from Ala.] 

Mil. Storekeeper, 3 Oct., 1851. Resigned 22 April, 1861. 

BALDWIN, FRANK D. [Born iu Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

2nd Lieut. Mich. Horse Guards, 19 Sept., 1861. Mustered out 22 Nov., 1861. 1st 
Lieut. 19th Mich. Vols., 5 Sept., 1862. Capt.. 1 March. 1864. Mustered out 10 June, 
1865. 2nd Lieut, and 1st Lieut. 19th Inf.. 23 Feb., 1866. Trans, to 37th Inf., 21 
Sept., 1866. Trans, to 5th Inf., 19 May, 1869. Capt., 20 March, 1879. Bvt. Capt., 
, 27 Feb., 1890, for gallant services in actions against Indians on the Salt Fork of 
the Red River, Tex., 30 Aug., 1874, and on McLellan's Creek, Tex., 8 Nov., 1874. 
livt. Maj., 27 Feb.. 1890, for gallant and successful attack on Sitting Bull's Camp 
of Indians, on Red Water River, Mont., 18 Eec., 1876, and conspicuous gallantry in 
action against Indians at Wolf Mountain. Mont., 8 Jan.. 1877. Maj. 5th Inf., 26 
April, 1898. Trans, to 3rd Inf., 3 Nov.. 1899. Lieut. Col. I. G. Vols., 9 May, 1898, 
to 12 May, 1899. Medals of Honor for distinguished bravery in the Battle of Peach 
Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864, while serving as Capt. 19th Mich. Inf.; for most dis- 
tinguished gallantry 'in action against hostile Indians near McLellan's Creek, Tex., 
Nov. 8, 1874, in attacking the Indians with two companies, D, 6th Cav., and D, 5th 
Inf.. forcing them from their strong position and pursuing them until they were 
utterly routed. Lieut. Col. 3rd Inf., 18 Dec.. 1899. 

BALDWIN. HENRY M. [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Art., 14 May, 1861. Died 8 Nov., 1864, of wounds received at the 

Battle of Cedar Creek, Va., 19 Oct., 1864. 

BALDWIN. HOMER H. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Priv. and Sergt. Co. E. 1st Ohio Vols., 17 April to 26 June, 1861. 2nd Lieut. 5th 

Art., 14 May, 1861. 1st Lieut., 2 Dec., 1864. Died 11 June, 1870. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 

6 July, 1863', for gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of Gettysburg, Penn. 

Bvt. Capt., 8 April, 1804, for gallant and meritorious service in the Red River 

campaign. 

BALDWIN, ISAAC H. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Asst. Surg., 30 Aug., 1836. Resigned 31 May, 1841. 

BALDWIN. JAMES H. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.l 

1st Lieut. 35th Mass. Vols.. 16 Aug., 1802. 1st Lieut. 3rd Co. Mass. Heavy Art., 19 

Jan., 1863. Capt. 1st Batty Mass. Heavy Art., 26 May, 1803. Mustered out 20 



176 ARMY LIST 1815-1900. 

Oct., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 16th Inf., 30 March, 1866. Trans, to 25th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. 
1st Lieut., 31 July, 1867. Trans, to 18th Inf., 26 April, 1869. R. Q. M., 29 April, 
to 30 June, 1869. Capt., 6 Oct., 1887. Retired for disability 30 Nov., 1892. Died 11 
Nov., 1894. 

BALDWIN, JOHN A. [Born in Iowa. Appointed from N. Y.I 

2nd Lieut. 9th Inf., 27 July, 1872. 1st Lieut., 9 May, 1881. Capt., 4 Nov., 1890. Grad- 
uate of the Infantry and Cavalry School, 1885. Maj. 22nd Inf., 2 June, 1899. 
BALDWIN, JOHN M.* [Born in La. Appointed from La.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Art., 16 June, 1875. 1st Lieut., 26 June, 1882. Resigned 30 March, 

1884. 

BALDWIN, MURRAY. [Born in Cal. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv. and Corpl. Batty I, 2nd Art., 21 March, 1892, to 1 Nov., 1894. 2nd Lieut. 18th 

Inf., 31 Oct., 1894. 1st Lieut, llth Inf., 27 May, 1898. Trans, to 18th Inf., 13 May, 



BALDWIN, THEODORE A. [Born in N. J. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. 19th Inf., 3 May, 1862. Q. M. Sergt., 9 June, 1862. Discharged 3 May, 1865. 

2nd Lieut, and 1st Lieut. 19th Inf., 9 Feb., 1865. R. Q. M., 23 Nov., 1866, to 23 

July, 1867. Capt., 23 Julv. 1867. Unass'd 31 March, 1869. Ass'd to 10th Cav., 15 

Dec., 1870. Maj. 7th Cav., 5 Oct., 1887. Lieut. Col. 10th Cav., 11 Dec., 1896. Col. 

7th Cav., 6 Mav, 1899. Brig. Gen. Vols., 6 Oct., 1898, to 31 Jan., 1899. 

BALDWIN, THEODORE A., Jr. [Born in Ind. T. Appointed from Mont.] 

2nd Lieut. 24th Inf., 9 Sept., 1898. 1st Lieut., 20 Nov., 1899. 

BALDWIN, WM. H.* [Born in Fenn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 5th Cav., 15 June, 1877. 2nd Lieut. 7th Cav., 30 Sept., 1877. 1st 
Lieut. 9th Cav., 12 Dec., 1890. Trans, to 7th Cav., 9 Feb., 1892. Capt. C. S., 14 
Oct., 1896. Maj. C. S.. 9 Sept., 1898. Lieut. Col. Chief C. S. Vols., 9 May, 1898. 
Col. C. S. Vols., 22 July, 1898, to 2 March, 1899. Discharged from Vol. service, 7 
March, 1899. 

BALFE, JOHN E. [Born in Ireland. Appointed from Ind.] 

Maj. 35th Ind. Vols., 11 Dec., 1861. Lieut. Col., 18 March, 1862. Resigned 6 April, 
1862. Lieut. Col. 35th Ind. Vols., 29 Sept., 1862. Resigned 11 April, 1864. 2nd 
Lieut. 39th Inf., 28 July, 1866. Resigned 15 June, 1867. 

BALK, STEPHEN S. [Born in England. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Musician, Corpl. and Sergt. Batty A, 2nd Art., 15 Feb., 1845, to 15 Feb., 1850, 

and 13 Sept., 1850, to 13 Sept., 1855. Priv. and Sergt. Gen. Mounted Service, 21 

June, 1856, to 21 June, 1861. and from 1 July to 24 Aug., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 6th Cav., 

20 Aug., 1861. 1st Lieut., 17 July, 1862. Wholly retired 4 May, 1864. 

BALL, CHAS. J. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from D. C.] 

1st Lieut. 13th Inf., 14 May, 1861. Dismissed 10 Jan., 1864. 

BALL. EDWARD. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Army.] 

Entered service under name of David Rey. Friv. Co. H, 4th Inf., 25 Nov., 1844. 
Trans, to Co. E, 2 June, 1846. Discharged 25 Nov., 1849. Priv. Co. H, 1st Drag., 
7 May, 1850. Corpl., 1 Jan., 1851. 1st Sergt., 1 June, 1851. Discharged 7 May, 
1855. Priv. Co. H, 1st Drag., 7 March, 1856. Corpl., 1 Aug., 1856. 1st Sergt., 13 
Aug., 1856. Priv., 16 July, 1857. Corpl. 27 March, 1858. 1st Sergt., 5 May, 18T>s. 
Discharged 7 Jan., 1861. 1st Sergt. Co. H, 1st Drag., 7 Jan., 1861. 2nd Lieut., 12th 
Inf., 14 May, 1861. Trans, to 2nd Cav.. 20 Sept., 1861. 1st Lieut., 5 April, 1862. 
R. Q. M., 24 Sept., 1862. to 25 July, 1865. Capt., 25 July. 1865. Maj. 7th Cav., 1 
April, 1880. Retired for disability 14 April, 1884. Died 22 Oct., 1884. 

BALL, FRANK W. [Born in . Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv. and Corpl. Co. A, 17th Inf., 18 Jan., 1897, to 24 Nov., 1899. 2nd Lieut. 18th Inf., 

1st Oct., 1899. 

BALL. GEORGE E. [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

1st Sergt. 35th Mich. Vols., 13 July to 12 Sept., 1898. 2nd Lieut., 13 Sept., 1898. 1st 

Lieut., 6 March to 31 March, 1899. 2nd Lieut. 21st Inf., 10 April, 1899. 
BALL, JAMES V. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Cornet Light Drag., 1 May, 1794. Lieut. Drag., 19 Oct., 1795. Capt., 6 Feb., 1799. 
Disbanded 1 June, 1802. Capt. Light Drag., 28 April, 1812. Maj. 2nd Light Drag., 
16 Sept., 1812. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. Reinstated as Maj. 6th Inf., 17 May, 1816. 
Lieut. Col. 1st Inf., 31 March, 1817. Died 24 Feb., 1818. Bvt. Lieut. Col. 18 Dec., 
1812, for gallant conduct at the Battle of Misseneway River. 

BALL, ROBT. M. Born in Va. Appointed from Penn.] 

Surg. Mate 4th Inf., 17 Feb., 1817. Post Surg., 4 Dec., 1819. Died 13 Oct., 1820. 

BALL, LOUIS R. I Born . Appointed from 

2nd Lieut, of Cav., 1 Dec., 1899. 
BALL, ROBT. R. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Asst. Surg., 19 Nov., 1886. Capt. Asst. Surg., 19 Nov., 1891. Died 5 Oct.. 1897. 
BALLANCE, JOHN G.* [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 16th Inf.. 16 June. 1875. Trans, to 22nd Inf.. 1 July, 1875. 1st. Lieut., 
25 Feb., 1881. R. Q. M.. 22 Sept., 1882, to 22 April, 1884. Capt. A. J. A., 17 Aug., 
1884, to 1 April, 1890. Capt., 14 Jan., 1892. Maj. I. G. Vols., 17 May, 1898, to 20 
Feb., 1899. 

BALLANTINE, GEORGE W. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Priv. Co. I, 12th Pa. Vols.. 25 April, 1861. Mustered out 24 July, 1861. Priv. 
and 1st Sergt. 9th Pa. Res. and Co. K, 190th Pa. Vols., 15 Aug., 1862, until 
mustered out 28 June. 1865. 2nd Lieut. 15th Inf., 23 Feb., 1866. 1st Lieut., 7 
March, 1867. Capt., 25 Aug., 1868. Unass'd 12 Aug., 1869. Ass'd to 7th Inf., 1 
Jan., 1871. Resigned 15 May, 1871. 

BALLARD, JAMES H. [Born in . Appointed from Md.] 

2nd Lieut. 36th Inf., 30 April. 1813. Reg. Adj.. Aug.. 1813, to March, 1814. 1st Lieut. 
4th Rifle, 17 March, 1814. Reg. Adj., March, 1814, to June, 1815. Trans, to Rifle 
Reg. 17 May. 1815. Capt.. 22 April. 1817. Trans, to 2nd Inf., 1 June, 1821. Trans, 
to 4th Art., 10 Oct., 1822. Died 15 Jan., 1823. 

BALLARD, WM. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Garrison Surg. Mate. 24 March. 1812. Post Surg., 18 April, 1818. Asst. Surg., 1 June, 
1821. Resigned 28 Feb., 1822. 



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BALLARD, WM. H. [Born in La. Appointed from La.] 

Asst. Surjr.. li'.i Juno, 1S4'.). Resigned 30 April, 1850. 

BALLOU, CHARLICS C.* [Born in N. Y. Appoiuetd from 111.] 

L'lul Liout. 16th Inf., 1 July, 1886. 1st Lieut. 12th Inf., 28 April, 1893. Capt., 2 

Mnivh. 1SW. Ma.i. 7th 111. Vols., 8 July to 20 Oct., 1898. 

BALTZELL, GEORGE F.* [Born in Fla. Appointed from Fla.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 12th Inf., 11 June, 1897. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 16 Dec., 1897. 1st 

Lieut., 2 March. 1899. 

P.AMFOKD. FRANK E. [Born in Wis. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. E, and Sergt. Maj. 2nd Inf., 14 July, 1891, to 3 Nov., 1893. 

2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 7 Oct., 1893. 1st Lieut., loth Inf., 26 April, 1898. 

BANCROFT. EUGENE 'A. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

I'riv. Steel's Co., Sturgls Rifles. 111. Vols., 6 May to 9 Nov., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 
24 Oct., 1861. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 25 June, 1862, for gallant and meritorious service 
in action near Fair Oaks. Va. 1st Lieut. 4th Art., 13 Dec., 1862. R. Q. M., 12 July, 
1865, to 26 April, 1873. Bvt. Capt., 3 July, 1863, for gallant and meritorious service 
In the Battle of Gettysburg, Penn. Capt. 15th Inf., 22 Jan., 1867, declined. Capt. 
4th Art., 26 April, 1873. Retired by op. of law 17 June, 1889. Bvt. Maj., 27 Feb., 
1890, for gallant services in actions against Indians at the Clearwater, Idaho, 11 
and 12 July, 1877, where he was severely wounded. 

BANDHOLTZ, HARRY H.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

2nd Lieut. 6th Inf.. 12 June, 1890. 1st Lieut., 24th Inf.. 12 Feb., 1897. Trans, to 7th 
Inf., 29 March, 1897. Maj. 35th Mich. Vols., 25 July, 1898, to 31 March, 1899. Capt. 
2nd Inf., 15 Nov., 1899. 

BANDY, WM. M. [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 37th 111. Vols., 18 Sept., 1861. 1st Lieut., 7 Juno, 1863. Resigned 17 Oct., 
1864. 2nd Lieut. 28th Inf., 29 Aug., 1867. Trans, to 19th Inf., 31 March, 1869. 
Resigned 30 June, 1873. Died 8 May, 1884. 

BANGS, OLIVER O. [Born in . Appointed from Army.] 

Sergt. 3rd Art., 6 May, 1812, to Oct., 1813. 3rd Lieut. 3rd Art., 11 Oct., 1813. 2nd 

Lieut., 19 April, 1814. Trans, to Corps Art., 12 May, 1814. Resigned 30 Sept., 

1814. 2nd Lieut. Ord., 2 Dec., 1815. 1st Lieut., 13 Aug., 1819. Disbanded 1 June, 

1821. 

BANISTER, JOHN M. [Born in Ala. Appointed from Ala.] 

Asst. Surg., 3 June, 1879. Capt., 3 June, 1884. Maj. Surg., 26 Jan., 1897. 
BANISTER. WM. B. [Born in Ala. Appointed from Ala.] 

Asst. Surg., 26 Jan.. 1886. Capt., 26 Jan., 1891. Maj. Brig. Surg. Vols., 4 June, 1898, 

to 30 April, 1899. Maj. Surg. Vols., 11 Nov., 1899. 

BANKHEAD, HENRY C.* [Born in Md. Appointed at Large.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 1 July. 1850. 2nd Lieut., 4 Aug.. 1851. 1st Lieut, 19 July, 
1855. Capt., 25 June. 1861. Lieut. Col. A. I. G. (Act 17 July, 1862), 1 Jan., 1863. 
Bvt. Maj., 3 July, 1863, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Gettys- 
burg, Penn. Bvt. Lieut. Col.. 8 May, 1864, for gallant and meritorious service in 
the Battle of Spottsylvania, Va. Brev. Col. Vols., 1 Aug, 1864, for brave conduct 
and efficient service in the battles and marches of the campaign. Bvt. Brig. Gen. 
Vols., 1 April, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Five Forks, 
Va. Bvt. Col., 2 April, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service in front of Peters- 
burg, Va. Relieved as Lieut. Col. A. I. G., 1 Aug., 1865. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 1 Oct., 

1868. for the prompt, energetic, and meritorious service rendered by him during the 
present campaign against hostile Indians, and especially in the prompt relief of 
Col. Forsyth's beleaguered party on the Republican in Sept., 1868. Trans, to 8th 
Cav., 15 Dec., 1870. Maj. 4th Cav., 15 Jan., 1873. Retired 12 Nov., 1879. Died 
Jan. 9, 1894. 

BANKHEAD, HENRY M. [Born in Ala. Appointed from Ala.] 

Capt. 5th U. S. Vols., 15 July, 1898, to 31 May, 1899. 2nd Lieut. 20th Inf., 15 June, 

1899. 

BANKHEAD, JAMES. [Born in Va. .Appointed from Va.] 

Capt. 5th Inf., 18 June, 1808. Maj. A. A. G., 5 March, 1813. Maj. 7th Inf., 15 Aug., 
1813. Col. A. G.. 9 Sept., 1813. Disbanded 15 June. 1815. Reinstated as Maj. Corps 
Art., 2 Dec., 1815. Trans, to 3rd Art., 1 June. 1821. Lieut. Col.. 26 April, 1832. 
Col. 2nd Art., 16 Sept., 1838. Died 11 Nov., 1856. Retained 17 May, 1815, (in re- 
organization under Act of 3 March, 1815), as Capt. 4th Inf.. with Bvt. of Maj. from 
15 Aug.. 1813 (the date of his appointment as Maj. 4th Inf.) Bvt. Lieut. Col., 15 
Aug., 1823, for ten years' faithful service in one grade. Bvt. Col.. 7 July, 1838, for 
meritorious conduct in campaigns in Florida. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 29 March, 1847, for 
gallant and meritorious conduct at the Siege of Vera Cruz. 

BANKS, CECIL R. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Priv. 22nd Pa. Cav., 23 Feb., to 5 March. 1865. 2nd Lieut. 21st Inf., 6 May, 1867. 

Resigned 21 April, 1868. 

BANKS, SIDNEY. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Cav.. 5 Aug., 1861. 1st Lieut., 5 Aug., 1861. Capt., 18 May, 1865. 

Resigned 7 Jan.. 1866. 

BANNISTER, DWIGHT. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Addl. P. M. Vols., 1 June, 1861. to 4 July. 1868. Maj. P. M., 3 March, 1868. Bvt. 
Lieut. Col. Vols., 13 March. 1865, for faithful and meritorious service during the 
war. Discharged 31 Dec., 1870. 

BANNISTER, JOHN. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Priv. Co. K, 27th N. Y. Vols.. 21 May. 1861. Corpl. 1 Dec., 1862. Discharged 31 
May. 1863. Priv. Co. M, 24th N. Y. Cav., 8 Dec.. 1863. 1st Sergt.. 21 Jan.. 1865. 
1st Lieut., 19 July. 1865. Mustered out 21 July, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 43rd Inf., 22 Jan., 
1867. Bvt. 1st Lieut.. 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in action 
at Petersburg. Va.. 8 July, 1864. Unass'd 8 April, 1869. Ass'd to 20th Inf., 14 July, 

1869. 1st Lieut., 12 July,' 1873. Retired 30 Nov., 1879. 

BANZHAF, CHAS. [Born in Prussia. Appointed from Mo.] 

Friv. Co. G, and Musician 2nd Drag., 8 Jan., 1856, to 8 Jan., 1861. Maj. 1st Mo. 

Cav., 6 Sept., 1861. Resign od 20 April, 1863. Capt. Vet. Res. Corps, 1 Aug., 1863. 

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Mustered out 21 July, 1867. 1st Lieut. 10th Cav., 12 Juno. 1S07. 
30 Dec., 1870. 

BARBARIN. FRANCIS N.* [Born iu N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

3rd Lieut. Ord., 1 July. 1820. Trans, to 3rd Art., 1 June, 1821. 1st Lieut., 28 Feb., 

1837. Resigned 16 Sept., 1836. Died 28 Feb., 1883. 

BARBER, AMAZIAH J. [Born in X. Y. Appointed from Anuy.l 

1'riv., Corpl., Sergt. and 1st Sergt. Co. H, and Serirt. Mai. llth Inf., 8 Jan.. 1862. to 

27 March. 1863. 2nd Lieut, llth Inf., 19 Feb., 1803. Died 26 July, 1863, of wounds 

received at Battle of Gettysburg, Penii. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 2 July, 1863, for gallant 

and meritorious service at the Battle of Gettysburg. Peiin. 

BARBER, GEORGE C.* [Born iu N. J. Appointed from X. J.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 7th Inf.. 1 July, 1848. 2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 28 June, 1849. Died 11 

Oct., 1853, 

BARBER, HENRY A. [Bom in Md. Appointed from the Ariuy.l 

Priv., Corpl., Sergt. and 1st Sergt. Troop E, 7th Cav.. 5 March, 1885. to 3 March. ISS'J. 
2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 11 Feb., 1889. 1st Lieut. 9th Cav.. 27 Aug., 18t)6. Graduate of 
the Infantry and Cavalry School, 1893. 

BARBER. MERR1TT. [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

Priv. Co. E, 10th Vt. Vols., 2 June. 1862. 1st Lieut. 10th Vt. Vols., 1 Sept.. 1862. 
Capt., 31 July, 1864. Bvt. Maj. Vols.. 19 Oct., 1864. for having borne himself with 
distinguished gallantry in every engagement since 5 May, and particularly iu the 
engagement at Cedar Creek, Va. Capt. A. A. G.. Vols., 13 Dec., 1864. Mustered 
out 19 Sept., 1865. 2nd Lieut, and 1st Lieut. 16th Inf., 23 Feb., 1866. Trans, to 
34th Inf.. 21 Sept., 1866. Bvt. Capt., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious 
service iu the Battle of the Wilderness. Va. Bvt. Maj.. 2 March, 1867, for gallant 
and meritorious service in the Battle of Cedar Creek, Va. Trans, to 16th Inf., 14 
April, 1869. Capt., 4 March, 1879. Maj. A. A. G., 20 June, 1882. Lieut. Col. A. 
A. G., 2 Aug.. 1890. Col. A. A. G., 15 Nov., 1896. 
BARBER., THOS. H.* [Born in England. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 17 June, 1867. 1st Lieut., 10 July, 1872. Resigned 1 July. issr,. 
B ARBOUR, JOHX L.* [Born in Mo. Appointed from Ohio.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Inf.. 11 June, 1881. 1st Lieut., 23 July, 1889. Retired with rank of 

Capt., 26 April. 1898. 

HARBOUR, PHILIP X.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf.. 1 July. 1834. 2nd Lieut.. 1 April. 1836. 1st Lieut., 7 July, 

1838. Capt.. 26 Nov., 1845. Killed 21 Sept., 1846, at the Battle of Monterey. Mex- 
ico. Bvt. Capt., 15 April. 1842, for active and highly meritorious services in the 
war against the Florida Indians. Bvt. Maj.. 9 May. 1846. for gallant and distin- 
guished services in the Battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma. 

BARBOUR, SAML. L. [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.] 

Asst. Surg., 28 Aug., 1847. Resigned 31 Jan., 1850. 
BARCLAY. THOS. J. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut, llth Inf., 30 Dec., 1847. Resigned 6 May, 1848. 

BARCLAY. WM. H. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut., 4th Inf., 18 April, 1818. 1st Lieut., 20 April, 1819. Disbanded 1 June, 

1821. 

BARD. ROBT. W. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

1st Lieut. 95th N. Y. Vols., 10 Dec., 1861. Capt., 1 Sept.. 1862. Maj., 29 Dec., 1863. 
Lieut. Col., 3 June. 1864. Mustered out 16 July. ix<;:>. -_>nd Lieut. 16th Inf., 
23 Feb.. 1866. 1st Lieut., 23 Feb., 1866. Trans, to 2nd Inf., 17 April. 1869. Dis- 
missed 16 Aug.. 1876. 

BARDEN. TILSON C. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Wis.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Mich. Vols.. 25 May. 1861. 1st Lieut., 22 Sept., 1861. Capt., 24 Sept., 
1863. Mustered out 6 June. 1864. Priv. and Sergt. Batty L. 5th N. Y. Art., 
6 Sept.. 1864. Mustered out 23 June. 1865. 1st Lieut., 117th U. S. Col. Inf., 
!> Aug., 1865. Capt.. 30 Nov.. 1865. Mustered out 10 Aug., 1867. 2nd Lieut. 
9th Cav.. 10 SYpt., 1867. Resigned 18 March, 1869. 

BARDEN. WM. J.* [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 12 June, 1894. 2nd Lieut., 31 March, 1896. 1st Lieut., 5 July, 

1898. 

BARKER, JAMES N. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Capt. 2nd Art.. 27 May. 1812. Trans, to Corps Art., 12 May. 1814. and was Capt. of 

same to 15 June. 1815. Maj. A. A. G.. 8 April. 1814. Discharged 15 June 1815. 

Reinstated as Maj. A. A. G., 17 May, 1816. Resigned 1 April, 1817. Died 9 Mareli. 

1815. 

BARKER. JOHN W.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

2nd Lieut. 9th Inf.. 12 June. 1894. Trans, to 3d Inf.. 30 Aug.. 1894. 1st Lieut.. 'J<5 
April, 1898. Capt. C. S., 8 June, 1898 (declined). Maj. Chief Ord. Officer, 27 July 
to 30 Nov.. 1898. 

BARKER, THOMAS. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

1st Lieut. 41st Inf., 1 Aug., 1813. Capt. 42nd Inf.. 17 Nov.. 1813. Disbanded 15 .Tune. 
1815. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 3 Feb., 1819. 1st Lieut.. 23 July, 1820. Capt., 31 May. 
1829. Died 11 Nov.. 1839. 

BARKER. THOS. [Born in Minn. Appointed from 'al.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Cal. Cav.. 17 July. 1862. 1st Lieut.. 13 March. 1863. Capt.. 12." Feb.. 

1864. Bvt. Maj. Vols.. 13 March. ISC,.",, for gallant and meritorious service during 

the War. Resigned 30 Nov., 1864. 2nd Lieut. 23rd Inf., 28 July, 1866. 1st Lieut.. 

L'l May. ixisx. iie,l 17 Jan., 1869. 

BARKSDALE. WM. [Born in Term. Appointed from Miss.] 

<'apt. A. C S.. 18 Jan., 1847. Disbanded 31 Aug.. 1848. 

BARLOW. JOHN W.* [Born iu N. Y. Appointed from Wis.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 6 May. 1861. 1st Lieut.. 15 May. 1S61. Bvt. Capt.. 27 May. ls52. 
for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Hanover Court House. Va. 
Trans, to Top. Eng., 24 July, 1862. Trans, to Eng.. :: March. 1863. Capt.. 3 
July, 1863. Bvt. Maj.. 22 July. 1864. for gallant and meritorious service iu the 
Atlanta Campaign. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious 



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service in the Battles before Nashville, Tenn. Maj. Eng., 23 April, 1869. Lieut. 
Col. 19 March, 1884. Col., 10 May, 1885. 

BARLOW, WARREN S.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 9th Inf., 11 June, 1897. 2nd Lieut. 15th Inf., 8 March, 1898. 1st 

Lieut., 2 March, 1899. 

BARNARD, ISAAC D. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Capt. 14th Inf., 12 March, 1812. Maj.. 26 June, 1813. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. Re- 
instated 2 Dec., 1815, as Capt. 4th Inf., but declined. Died 19 Feb., 1834. 
BARNARD, JOHN G.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.l 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 1 July, 1833. 2nd Lieut., 15 May, 1835. Capt, 7 July, 1838. 
Bvt. Maj., 30 May, 1848, for meritorious conduct while serving in the enemy's 
country. Maj. Eng., 13 Dec., 1858. Brig. Gen. Vols., 23 Sept., 1861. Bvt. Col., 
30 June, 1862, for gallant and meritorious service in the campaign of the Peninsula. 
Lieut. Col. Eng.. 3 March. 1863. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Vols., 4 July, 1864, for meritorious 
and distinguished service during the present war. Bvt. Brig. Gen.. 13 March, 1865, 
for gallant and meritorious service in the campaign terminating with the surrender 
of tho insurgent army under Gen. Robt. E. Lee. Bvt. Maj. Gen., 13 March. 1865, 
for gallant and meritorious service in the field during the war. Col. Eng., 28 Dec., 
1865. Mustered out of Vol. service 15 Jan., 1866. Retired 2 Jan., 1881. Died 14 
May, 1882. 

BARNARD. MOSES J. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Penn.l 

Capt. Inf., 16 Feb., 1847. Cnpt. Voltigeurs, 9 April, 1847. Disbanded 31 Aug., 1848. 
Bvt. Maj., 13 Sept., 1817, for gallant and meritorious conduct at the Battle of 
Chapultepec. 

BARNARD, PHINEAS P. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Mich.] 

Capt. A. Q. M. Vols., 13 May. 1863. Bvt. Maj. Vols., 13 March, 1865. for faithful and 

meritorious service. Mustered out 6 Dec., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf.. 7 March, 1867. 

Bvt. 1st Lieut, and Bvt. Capt.. 7 March, 1867, for faithful and meritorious service 

during the war. Unassigned 23 March. 1869. Ass'd to 5th Cav., 14 July, 1869. 1st 

Lieut., 4 June, 1875. Retired 13 Oct., 1884. Died , 1898. 

BARNARD, ROBT. W. [Born in D. C. Appointed from D. C.I 

1st Lieut. 19th Inf., 14 May. 1861. Capt., 16 July, 1863. Col. 101st U. S. Col. Inf., 
12 Nov., 1864. Mustered out of Vol. service 21 Jan.. 1866. Trans, to 37tli Inf., 
21 Sept., 1866. Trans, to 28th Inf.. 30 Nov., 1867. Trans, to 19th Inf., 31 March, 
1869. Died 21 July, 1870. Bvt. Maj., 1 Sept.. 1864. for gallant and meritorious 
service during the Atlanta campaign. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865, for gallant 
and meritorious service during the war. 

BARNES, EUGENE L. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Priv. Co. A, 151st N. Y. Vols., 22 Oct., 1862, to 14 Jan., 1864. 2nd Lieut. 26th U. S. 
Col. Inf.. 14 Jan., 1864. 1st Lieut., 13 Dec.. 1864. Capt. 128th U. S. Col. Inf., 30 
March, 1865. Bvt. Maj. Vols.. 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service. 
Mustered out 31 Oct.. 1866. 2nd Lieut. 39th Inf.. 28 July, 1866. Died 7 Oct., 1867. 
BARNES, JAMES.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.]. 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art.. 1 July, 1829. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1829. 1st Lieut.. 30 June, 
1836. Resigned 31 July, 1836. Col. 18th Mass. Vols., 26 July. 1861. Brig. Gen. 
Vols., 29 Nov., 1802. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Vols.. 13 March. 1865, for meritorious service 
during the war. Mustered out 15 Jan., 1866. Died 12 Feb., 1869. 
BARNES. JOHN W. [Born in Cal. Appointed from Cal.] 

2nd Lieut. 18th Inf., 22 Sept., 1898. 1st Lieut. 24th Inf., 15 Nov.. 1899. 

BARNES, JOSEPH K. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Asst. Surg.. 15 June. 1840. Capt. Asst. Surg., 11 Feb.. 1847. Maj. 'Surg., 29 Aug., 
1856. Lieut. Col. Med. Insp.. 9 Feb., 1863. Col. Med. Insp. Gen.. 10 Aug., 1863. 
Brig. Gen.. Surg. Gen., 22 Aug., 1864. Vacated commission of Col. Med. Insp. Gen., 
31 Aug.. 1864. Bvt. Maj. Gen.. 13 March, 1865. for faithful and meritorious service 
during the war. Retired 30 June, 1882. Died 5 April, 1883. 

BARNETT. CHAS. R.* [Born in Mo. Appointed from Ky.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Art.. 15 June. 1868. 1st Lieut.. 1 May. 1875. Capt. A. Q. M.. 18 Feb., 

1881. Mnl. Q. M.. 11 Feb.. 1894. Lieut. Col. and D. O. M. G., 13 Nov.. 1898. 

Graduate'of the Artillery School, 1874. Lieut. Col. Chief Q. M. Vols., 16 July, to 15 

Dec., 1898. 

BARNETT, JOHN T.* [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.l 

2nd Lieut. 5th Cav.. 14 June. 1878. Retired for disability 10 Aug., 1886. Col. 150th 

Ind. Vols.. 12 May, to 23 Nov., 1898. 
BARNETT, RICHARDS. [Born in Miss. Appointed from Miss.] 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg., 26 June, 1875. Capt., 26 June, 1880. Died 27 March. 1889. 
BARNETT. ROBT. J. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Mo.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Drag.', 9 Sept., 1847. Disbanded 31 July. 1848. 
BARNETT. ROBERT W. [Born in Miss. Appointed from Miss.] 

2nd Lieut. 12th Inf., 9 July, 1898. 1st Lieut. 13th Inf.. 2 March, 1899. 

BARNEY, GEORGE F.* [Born in Iowa. Appointed from Vt.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art.. 13 June. 1882. 1st Lieut.. 3 Sept., 1888. Graduate of the 

Artillery School, 1886. Capt. 2nd Art., 2 March. 1899. 

BARNEY. JOSHUA.* [Born In Md. Appointed from Md.] 

2nd Lieut. Corps Art.. 1 July. 1820. Trans, to 2nd Art., 1 June, 1821. Resigned 31 

July. 1832. Died 13 April. 1867. 

EARNHARDT. GEORGE C.* [Born in N. C. Appointed from N. C.I 

2nd Lieut. 6th Cav.. 11 June, 1892. 1st Lieut. 4th Cav.. 7 Nov., 1898. Trans, to 6th 

Cav., 6 Feb., 1899. 

BARNHART. FRANK H. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Priv. Co. G. 6th Penn. Vols., 22 April. 1861. Discharged 26 July. 1861. Corpl. Co. 
A. 50th Penn. Vols.. 19 Aug., 1861. Corpl. Co. A. 50th Penn. Vet. Vols.. 31 Dec., 
1863. Sergt. Mnl. 50th Penn. Vet. Vols.. 1 March. 1864. 1st Lieut. 50th Penn. Vet. 
Vols., 26 Nov., 1X<U. ('apt.. 21 March. 1805. Mustered out 30 July. 1865. 2nd Lieut. 
25th Inf.. 18 June. 1867. Trans, to 18th Inf.. 26 April. 1809. 1st Lieut., 30 June, 
1877. Retired 10 June, 1890, for disability. Died 28 Nov., 1896. 



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BARNHART, LEVANT W. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Mich.] 

Priv. and Sorgt. Co. E, 6th Mich. Car.. 25 Nov., 1802. 2nd Lieut.. 9 May, 1863. 
J'apt., 19 May, 1864. Capt. A. A. G. Vols., 22 May. 1st;.-.. Bvt. Maj. Vols, 13 March, 
isc,.-). for meritorious and distinguished service. Mustered out l'<i March, I860. 
l' Lieut. 4th Cav., 2 May. 1866. 1st Lieut.. 28 Nov., 1866. Dismissed 2 Sept., 1867. 
Restored 16 Feb., 1869. Dropped 25 July, 1870. 

P.ARMTZ. ALBERT. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Sergt. Co. G, 2nd Ohio Cav., 22 Aug., 1861. Discharged 1 June, 1862. 2nd Lieut. 
2nd Ohio Cav., 1 June, 1862. 1st Lieut., 18 Feb.. 1863. Capt., 26 Feb.. 1863. Maj., 
20 March. 1865. Mustered out 11 Sept., 1865. Capt. 7th Cav., 28 July, 1866. Bvt. 
Maj.. 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in action at Ashland 
Station, Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 2 March. 1867. for gallant and meritorious service 
in the Battle of Sailer's Creek. Va. Bvt. Col., 27 Nov.. 1868, for distinguished 
gallantry in the Battle of Washita. Indian Ter., Nov., 1868, in which engagement 
he was severely wounded. Retired 15 Dec., 1870. 

BARNVM. DAVID S. [Born in . Appointed from Mass. 1 

2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 17 Oct., 1818. 1st Lieut., 5 Sept., 1819. Disbanded 1 June. 1821. 

BARNUM. EPHRAIM K. [Born in Vt. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 11 June, 1817. 1st Lieut.. 31 Dec.. 1820. Trans, to 2nd Inf., 

7 June, 1821. Capt., 28 Dec., 1832. Maj. 3rd Inf.. 16 Feb., 1847. Died 26 Dec., 1847. 
Bvt. Capt., 31 Dec., 1830, for ten years' faithful service in one grade. 

BARNUM. MALVERN HILL.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Cav.. 1 July, 1886. 1st Lieut. 5th Cav., 7 April, 1893. Trans, to 10th 

Cav.. 22 March, 1894. Graduate of the Infantry and Cavalry School. 1893. 
BARNWELL. THOS. O.* [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.I 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July, 1834. 2nd Lieut., 17 Oct., 1835. Resigned 31 

Oct., 1837. 

BARR. D. EGLINTON. [Born in Scotland. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Chaplain 81st U. S. Col. Inf., 16 Sept.. 1865. Mustered out 24 Oct., 1S<5<5. Chaplain 
39th Inf., 28 July, 1866. Trans, to 25th Inf., 20 April, 1869. Resigned in Sept., 
1872. 

BARR. SAMUEL L. [Born in Del. Appointed from Del.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 24 Oct., 1861. 1st Lieut., 30 April, 1863. Capt., 31 Oct., 1866. 

Unassigued 19 May, 1869. Mustered out 1 Jan., 1871. 

BARR. THOS. F. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Maj. J. A. Vols., 26 Feb.. 1865. Bvt. Lieut. Col. Vols.. 2 Dec.. 1865, for faithful 
and meritorious service in his department. J. A., U. S. A., 25 Feb., 1867 (Act 25 
Feb., 1867). Lieut. Col. D. J. A. G., 5 July, 1884. Col. A. J. A. G., 3 Aug., 1895. 
BARRETT, ADDISON. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Sergt. Gen. Ser., 16 Aug.. 1862. Discharged 1 April. 1863. Capt. A. C. S. Vols., 21 
Dec., 1864. Bvt. Maj. Vols.. 14 Sept., 1865, for faithful and meritorious service. 
Capt. Mil. Storekeeper, Q. M. D., 28 July, 1866. Mustered out of Vol. service 8 
Dec., 1866. Died 22 Sept., 1896. 

BARRETT, GREGORY, Jr. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Capt. 4th Md. Vols.. 15 Aug., 1862. Lieut. Col.. 9 March. 1864. Bvt. Col. Vols., 4 

Jan., 1865. Mustered out 31 May, 1865. 1st Lieut. 26th Inf., 28 July. 1866. R. Q. 

M.. 1 March to 19 May. 1869. trans, to 10th Inf.. 1!) May, 1809. Capt., 8 April. 

1884. Died 7 Aug., 1898. 

BARRETT. JOHN M. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

2nd Lieut. 38th Inf., 20 May. 1813. 1st Lieut.. 1 May. 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. 

2nd Lieut. 4th Inf.. 13 Aug., 1819- Died 16 Oct.. 1819. 

BARRETT, WALLACE W. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Mich.l 

Capt. 44th 111. Vols.. 13 Sept.. 1861. Col.. 1 Jan., 1863. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 13 

March, 1865. for gallant and meritorious service during the war. Mustered out 

14 Dec., 1865. 1st Lieut. 34th Inf.. 28 July. 1866. Bvt. Capt., 2 March. 1867. for 

gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Stone River. Tenu. Bvt. Maj.. 2 

March. 1867. for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Chickamauga. Ga. 

Bvt. Lieut. Col.. 2 March, 1867. for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle 

of Peach Tree Creek. Ga. Trans, to 16th Inf.. 14 April. 1869. Died 1 July. 1879. 

BARRETTE. JOHN D. [Born in La. Appointed from lowa.l 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 14 June, 1885. 1st Lieut. 3 June, 1892. Trans, to 7th Art., 8 

March. 1898. 

BARRI. THOS. O. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Mass.] 

1st Lieut. Adj. 5th Mass. Vols., 1 May, 1861. Capt. llth Inf., 14 May. 1861. Killed 
2 July. 1863. at the Battle of Gettysburg. Bvt. Maj.. 2 July, 1863, for gallant and 
meritorious service in the Battle of Gettysburg. Penn. 

BARRIGER. JOHN W.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.l 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art.. 1 July, 1856. 1st Lieut.. 2 May. ISrtl. 1st Lieut. 5th Art., 14 

May. 1861. declined. Bvt. Capt., 21 July. 1861. for gallant and meritorious service 

in the Battle of Bull Run. Va. Capt. C. S.. 3 Aug.. 1861. Lieut. Col. C. S. (Act 

17 July. 1862). 17 Nov.. 1863. Vacated commission of 1st Lieut. 2nd Art., 30 March. 

1864. Bvt. Maj.. Lieut. Col.. Col. and Brig. Gen.. 13 March. 1865. for faithful and 

meritorious service during the war. Relieved as Lieut. Col. C. S. (Act 17 July, 

1862), 1 Aug., 1865. Maj. C. S.. 21 Nov.. 1875. Lieut. Col. A. C. G. S.. 12 March. 

1892. Col. A. C. G. S., 8 Oct. 1894. Retired, over 30 years' service. 1 June. 1896. 

BARROLL. FRANKLIN H. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Batty I. 1st Art., 30 Nov.. 1857. to 22 May. 1861. 2nd Lieut. 

2nd Inf.. 22 May, 1861. 1st Lieut., 10 Aug., 1861. Capt., 27 Aug., 1862. Resigned 

8 Aug.. isr,r,. 

BARROLL. MORRIS K.* [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Adtll. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art.. 12 June. 1SS9. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art.. 14 Aug.. 1889. Trans, 
to 2nd Art.. 23 Aug., 1894. 1st Lieut. 3rd Art., 29 Oct.. 1S96. Graduate of the 
Artillery School, 1894. 

BARRON. WM. A. [Born in . Appointed from Mass.] 

Cant. 2nd Art. and Eng.. 14 May. 1800. Capt. Enc., 13 April. 1802. Maj.. 11 June. 
1805. Resigned 15 June. 1807. Capt. A. Dep. Q. M. G., 18 April, 1818. Disbanded 1 
J 11 in-. 1821. Died 19 July, 1828. 



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BARROWS, CHARLES C. [Born in Miss. Appointed from Miss.] 

Asst. Stirg., 23 May, 1882. Resigned 17 Feb., 1887. 

BARRY, GARRETT.* [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 1 July, 1839. 1st Lieut., 31 Jan., 1844. Resigned 31 March, 1847. 

Drowned 2 Sept., 1860. 

BARRY, JOHN. [Born in Ireland. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Corpl., Sergt. and 1st Sergt. Co. E, 2nd Drag., 7 May, 1857, to 7 May, 1862. 
2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 19 Feb., 1863. 1st Lieut., 2 April, 1864. Reg. Com., 14 Aug., 
1804, to 20 July, 1866. Capt., 1 July, 1868. Trans, to Supernumerary, 14 Sept., 1870. 
Mustered out 1 Jan., 1871. Bvt. Capt., 6 March, 1864, for gallant and meritorious 
service at the Battle of Todd's Tavern, Va. Died 2 May, 1880. 

BARRY, JOHN W.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 1 July, 1830. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1830. 1st Lieut., 31 Dec., 

1835. Resigned 30 Nov., 1836. Died 2 June, 1837. 

BARRY', PAUL A. [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

Priv. Troop F, 1st Cav.. and Hosp. Corps, 30 Aug., 1895, to 6 Oct., 1897. Priv. and 

Corpl. Cos. B and L, 20th Inf., 1 Sept., 1898. to 23 Nov., 1899. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 

1 Oct., 1899. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 5 Oct., 1899. Capt. Co. L, 3rd Ala. Vols., 5 Aug., 

1898. Mustered out 20 March, 1899. 

BARRY, ROBERT P. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Priv. Co. H, 7th N. Y. State Militia, 26 April, 1861, to 3 June, 1861. Capt. 16th Inf.. 
14 May, 1861. Resigned 30 Sept., 1804. Bvt. Maj., 81 Dec., 1862, for gallant and 
meritorious services at the Battle of Murfreesboro', Tenn. 

BARRY, THOMAS H.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Cav., 15 June, 1877. Trans. 1st Inf.. 31 Aug., 1880. 1st Lieut., 11 

March, 1882. Capt., 25 Feb., 1891. Maj. A. A. G., 29 Jan., 1897. Lieut. Col. A. A. 

G. Vols., 22 June, 1898. 

BARRY, THOMAS W. [Born in Canada. Appointed from Kan.] 

Post Chaplain, 3 Aug., 1882. 

BARRY, WM. F.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July, 1838. 2nd Lieut., 7 July, 1838. Trans, to 2nd 
Art., 12 July, 1838. 1st Lieut., 17 Aug., 1842. Capt., 1 July. 1852. Maj. 5th Art., 
14 May, 1861. Brig. Gen. Vols., 20 Aug., 1861. Lieut. Col. 1st Art., 1 Aug., 1863. 
Bvt. Col., 1 Sept., 1864, for gallant and meritorious service in the capture of 
Atlanta, Ga. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Vols., 1 Sept., 1864, for gallant and meritorious 
service in the campaign of Atlanta. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 March, 1865, for gallant 
and meritorious service in the campaign terminating with the surrender of the 
insurgent army under Gen. J. E. Johnson. Bvt. Maj. Gen., 13 March. 1865, for 
gallant and meritorious service in the field during the war. Col. 2nd Art., 11 Dec., 
1865. Mustered out of Vol. service 15 Jan., 1866. Died 18 July, 1879. 
BARRY, WM. J. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Maj. Surg. llth Inf., 9 April, 1847. Disbanded 14 Aug., 1848. 

BARSTOW, ELIJAH W. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Mass. Art., 2 Nov., 1863. 1st Lieut., 6 Feb., 18(5."). Mustered out 
18 Sept., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 5th Art., 5 May, 1866. 1st Lieut., 7 March, 1867. Died 
6 June, 1867. 

BARSTOW, GEORGE F. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut, and 1st Lieut. 3rd Art., 30 Nov., 1861. Bvt. Capt., 3 July, 1863, for 
gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Gettysburg, Penn. Bvt. Maj., 25 
Aug., 1864, for gallant and meritorious service in action at Kearneysville, Va. Capt. 
3rd Art., 20 Dec., 1875. Honor graduate of the Artillery School, 1871. Retired 
for disability 10 Dec., 1889. 

BARSTOW, SIMON F. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Capt. A. A. G. Vols., 6 March, 1862. Capt. A. A. de C., 18 March, 1862. Vacated 
appointment of Capt. A. A. de C. Vols., 2 July, 1862. Maj. A. A. G. Vols,, 15 July, 
1862. Bvt. Lieut. Col. Vols., 1 Aug., 1804. for faithful and meritorious service in 
the field. Bvt. Col. Vols., 9 April, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service during 
the recent operations resulting in the fall of Richmond, Va., and the surrender 
of the insurgent army under Gen. R. E. Lee. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 13 March, 

1865, for faithful and meritorious service. Capt. A. Q. M., 11 May, 1866. Mustered 
out of Vol. service 31 July, 1866. Bvt. Maj., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritor- 
ious service at the Battle of Gettysburg, Pa. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 2 March, 1867, 
for gallant and meritorious service at the fall of Petersburg, Va. Retired 7 June, 
1879. Died 31 July, 1882. 

BARTH, CHARLES H.* [Born in Iowa. Appointed from Kan.] 

2nd Lieut. 12th Inf., 11 June. 1881. 1st Lieut.. 23 April. 1890. Capt., 26 April, 1898. 

Honor graduate of the Infantry and Cavalry School, 1891. 

BARTHOLF, JOHN H. '[Born in N. J. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Asst. Surg. 18th N. Y. Vols., 5 Nov.. 1862. Mustered out 28 May. 1863. Asst. Surg. 

Vols., 12 Jan., 1865. Bvt. Capt. Vols.. 6 Oct.. 1865. for faithful and meritorious 

service. Mustered out 9 Oct., 1865. 1st Lieut. Asst. Surg., 14 May, 1867. Capt. 

Asst. Surg., 23 May, 1869. Maj. Surg., 4 Jan., 1886. Retired by operation of law, 

13 March, 1894. 

BARTHOLOW. ROBERTS. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Asst. Surg., 4 June, 1857. Resigned 11 May, 1864. 

BARTHOLOMEW. WM. H. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Priv. Co. H, 25th Pa. Vols., 19 April, to 19 June, 1861. 2nd Lieut. 16th Inf., 14 May, 

1861. 1st Lieut., 19 Nov., 1861. Capt.. 4 Jan.. 1865. Trans, to 34th Inf., 21 Sept., 

1866. Trans, to 16th Inf., 14 April. 1869. Died 25 Dec., 1874. Bvt. Capt. and Maj., 
3 Dec., 1862, for gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of Murfreesboro', 
Tenn. 

BARTLETT. CHAS. G. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Capt. 5th N. Y. Vols., 9 May. 1861. Mustered out 8 Sept.. 1861. Capt. 12th Inf., 

5 Aug., 1861. Lieut. Col. 150th N. Y. Vols., 29 Sept., 1862. Bvt. Maj., 14 May. 

1864, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Resaca, Ga. Mustered 

out of Vol. service 31 Dec., 1864. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for gallant 



182 ARMY LIST 1815-1900. 

and meritorious service during the war. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865, for 

Sillant and meritorious service during the war. Col. 119th U. S. Col. Troops, 10 
ay, 1865. Mustered out of Vol. service 27 April, 1866. Trans, to 30th Inf.. 21 
Sept., 1866. Trans, to 4th Inf.. 23 March. 1869. Maj. llth Inf.. 10 Jan., 1876. 
Lieut. Col. 1st Inf., 10 March, 1883. Col. 9th Inf., 23 April, 1890. Retired, over 
30 years' service, 1 May, 1896. 

BARTLETT, EDWARD C. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., 20 June, 1868. Trans, to 1st Cav., 29 Oct., 1870. 1st Lieut., 

9 Aug., 1871. Resigned 15 Nov., 1871. 

BARTLETT, GEORGE T.* [Born in N. H. Appointed from Kan.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 11 June. 1881. 1st Lieut., 10 Dec., 1889. Capt.. 2 March, 1899. 
Graduate of the Artillery School, 1890. Maj. C. S. Vols., 3 June, 1898. Discharged 
from Vols., 13 June, 1899. 

BARTLETT, WM. C.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed at Large.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 17 June. 1862. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 17 Sept., 1862. for gallant and 

meritorious service in the Battle of Antietam, Md. Bvt. Capt., 16 Nov., 1863. for 

gallant and meritorious service in action at Campbell's Station. Tenn. Capt. 

A. de C. Vols., 19 March, 1864. Bvt. Maj., 1 Sept., 1864, for gallant and meritorious 

service during the Atlanta Campaign. 1st Lieut. 3rd Art., 14 Oct.. 1864. Lieut. 

. Col. 2nd N. C. Mounted Inf.. 17 Nov., 1864. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols.. 13 March, 1865. 

for meritorious service. Mustered out of Vol. service 16 Aug., 1865. Trans, to 3rd 

Inf.. 5 Feb., 1872, taking rank from 2 Feb., 1867. Capt., 12 Sept., 1885. Retired, 

over 30 years' service, 29 Nov., 1892. 

BARTLETT, WM. H. C.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Mo.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 1 July, 1826. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1826. Prof. Mil. Acad., 20 

April, 1836. Retired with pay of Col., 14 Feb.. 1871. Died 11 Feb., 1893. 
BARTON, ALBERT G. [Born in Maine. Appointed from Maine.] 

Priv., Sergt. and 1st Sergt. Co. G., 9th Inf.. 8 March, 1847, to 8 May, 1848. 2nd Lieut. 

9th Inf.. 29 March, 1848. Disbanded 26 Aug., 1848. 
BARTON, EDWARD H. [Born in Md. Appointed from La.] 

Maj. Surg. 3rd Drag., 9 April, 1847. Resigned 29 Jan., 1848. 

BARTON. FRANK A. [Born in D. C. Appointed from D. C.I 

2nd Lieut. 24th Inf., 1 Aug., 1891. Trans, to 10th Cav., 1 June, 1892. 1st Lieut. 3rd 

Cav., 16 Oct., 1898. 

BARTON, IRA McL. [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

Capt 1st N. H. Vols., 27 April. 1861. Mustered out 9 Aug.. 1861. Capt. 5th 
N. H. Vols., 19 Oct.. 18G1. Resigned 6 Sept.. 1862. Cant. 1st N. H. Art,, 17 
Sept., 1863. Lieut. Col., 29 Sept., 1864. Bvt. Col. Vols.. 13 March. 1865, for faithful 
and meritorious service. Mustered out 15 June, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 19th Inf., 
11 May, 1866. Trans, to 28th Inf.. 21 Sept., 1866. 1st Lieut., 20 Aug., 1867. Un- 
ass'd 31 March. 1869. Discharged 25 Oct., 1870. 

BARTON, SETH M.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July. 1849. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 19 April. 1850. 1st Lieut., 

1 June, 1853. Reg. Adj., 1 May, 1855, to 31 Oct., 1857. Capt., 31 Oct., 1857. Re- 
signed 11 June, 1861. 

BASCOM, GEORGE N.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 9th Inf.. 1 July. 1858. 2nd Lieut. 7th Inf.. 23 April. 1859. 1st Lieut. 
16th Inf.. 14 May, 1861. Capt., 24 Oct., 1861. Killed 21 Feb., 1862, at Battle of 
Val Verde. N. M.' 

BASCOM, GUSTAVrS M. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Capt. A. de C. Ohio Vols., 23 April, 1861. Mustered out 15 Aug.. 1861. Capt. A. A. 
G. Vols., 20 Aug., 1861. Maj. A. A. G. Vols.. 7 Oct.. 1862. Lieut. Col. A. A. G. 
Vols. (Act 17 July, 1862), 25 Jan., 1864, to 31 Jan., 1865. Bvt. Lieut. Col. and Col. 
Vols.. 4 Nov.. 1865. for faithful and meritorious service. Mustered out 1 July, 1866. 
1st Lieut. 17th Inf.. 22 Jan.. 1867. Bvt. Capt.. 2 March. 1867. for gallant and 
meritorious service in the Battle of Antietam, Md. Bvt. Maj.. 2 March. 1867. for 
gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Resaca, Ga. Unassigned 27 Mav. 
1869. Ass'd to 13th Inf.. 14 July. 1869. R. Q. M., 1 Aug., 1871, to 11 Dec., 1873. 
Capt.. 11 Dec., 1873. Died 16 Aug., 1884. 

BASH. DANIEL N. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from 111.1 

Maj. P. M.. 18 Feb., 1881. Retired by direction of the President, being over 62 

years of age, 2 July, 1892. 

BASH, LOUIS H.* [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 13th Inf., 12 June, 1895. 2nd Lieut.. 5 July, 1895. 1st Lieut. Inf. 

(25th). 4 Aug.. 1898. Trans, to 13th Inf.. 23 March, 1899. 

BASINGER. WM. K.* [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.l 

Bvt. 2nd Liert. 2nd Art.. 1 July. 1830. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1830. Killed 28 Dec., 1835, 

at Dude's Massacre, in Fla. 

BASS. EDGAU W.* [Born In Wis. Appointed from Minn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Eng.. 15 June. 1868. 2nd Lieut., 15 Feb., 1869. 1st Lieut.. 14 Feb., 

1871. Prof, of Math., 17 April, 1878. Retired, over 30 years' service. 7 Oct.. 1898. 

BASSEL. JAMES.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 17 June. 1867. Discharged 4 Nov.. 1870. 

BASSETT, BRADFORD S. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Kansas.] 

Corpl. Co. D. 1st 111. Cav.. 15 July. 1861. to 5 April. 1862. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Kan. Batty. 

15 May. 1862. 1st Lieut.. 26 Jan.. 1864. Mustered out 19 Jan.. 1S55. Capt. 16th 

Kan. Cav.. 17 May. 1865. Mustered out 6 Dec., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 7th Cav., 18 June, 

1867. 1st Lieut.. 31 July, 1868. Died 11 March. 1S<>9. 

BASSETTE. RFFLL B.* [Born in . Appointed from .] 

2nd Lieut. 16th Inf.. June. 1893. Resigned 27 Sept.. 1893. 

BASSFOKD. ABRAHAM. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Priv. Co. F. sth N. Y. Militia. 2." April, 1861. Mustered out 2 Aug.. 1801. 1st Lieut. 

14th N. Y. Car., 10 Dec.. 1S!2. Mnj.. 10 July. 1863. Col.. 3 Oct. 1864. Mustered 

nit 12 June. 1865. Capt. Sth Cav.. 28 July, 1866. Resigned 9 Nov.. 1S<>9. P.vt. Maj., 

2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in action at Morgan/a, La. 



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BATCIIKLDER, JAMES E.* [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav.. 15 June, 1868. 1st Lieut., 4 May. 1870. Resigned 4 Dec.. 1871. 
BATCHELDEB. RICHARD N. [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

1st Lieut. R. Q. M. 1st N. H. Vols.. 2 May, 1861. Mustered out 9 Aug., 1861. Capt. A. 
Q. M., Vols., 3 Aug., 1861. Lieut. Col. Q. M. (Act 17 July, 1862). 1 Jan., 1863, to 1 
Aug., 1864. Col. Q. M. (Act 4 July. 1864), 2 Aug., 1864. Cant. A. Q. M., U. S. A.. 16 
Feb., lS<;r. Vacntod commission of ('apt. A. Q. M. Vols., 8 June, 1865. Bvt. Maj., 
Lieut. Col.. Col. and Brig. Gen. Vols.. 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious 
service (luring the war. Bvt. Maj. Lieut. Col. and Col.. 13 March. 1865. for faithful 
and meritorious service during the war. Relieved as Col. Q. M. (Act 4 July, 1864), 
5 .Sept., 1865. Maj. <j. M.. is Jan.. !M<i7. \acate.l commission of Capt. A. Q. M.. 
23 March, 1867. Lieut. Col. D. Q. M. G.. 10 March. 1882. Brig. Gen. Q. M. G., 26 
June, 1890. Retired by operation of law 27 July, 1896. Medal of Honor for most dis- 
tinguished gallantry in action against Mosby's guerrillas, between Catlett's and 
Fairfax Stations, Va., 13 and 15 Oct., 1863; while serving as Lieut. Col. and Q. M. 
Vols., C. Q. M., 2nd Army Corps. 
BATCHELOR, JOSEPH B., Jr. [Born in N. C. Appointed from N. C.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad., 14 June, 1876, to 15 June, 1880. 2nd Lieut. 24th Inf., 29 Nov., 
1880. 1st Lieut., 30 Aug., 1890. Capt., 26 April, 1898. Graduate of the Infantry 
and Cavalry Schools, 1891. 
BATEMAN, CEPHAS C. [Born in Mich. Appointed from Ore.] 

1'ost Chaplain, 6 Dec., 1890. 
BATEMAN, HARRY F. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv., Corpl., Farrier, Sergt. and 1st Sergt. Troop C. and Sergt. Maj. 8th Cav., 2 
Jan., 1882. to 22 Oct., 1885. 2nd Lieut. 10th Inf., 22 Oct., "1886. Dropped, in ac- 
cordance to Sec. 1229 Rev. Sta., 2 March, 1889. 
BATEMAN, JOHN C. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Corpl. and Sergt. Co. E, and Sergt. Maj. 90th Ohio Vols., 26 Aug., 1862. 1st Lieut., 
26 May, 1865. Mustered out 26 June, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 7 March, 1867. Re- 
signed 1 July. 1872. 
BATES. ALFRED E.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., 23 June, 1865. 1st Lieut., 19 Oct., 1865. Capt., 26 Jan., 1869. 

Maj. P. M., 3 March. 1875. Vacated commission of Capt. 2nd Cav., 9 April, 1875. 

Lieut. Col. and D. P. M. G.. 7 Jan., 1897. Brig. Gen. Vols.. 4 May to 31 Oct., 1898. 

Col. Asst. P. M. G., 31 March, 1899. Brig. Gen. P. M. G., 12 July, iss. 

BATES. CHARLES F. [Born in Mich. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Priv. Co. B, 71st N. Y. Vols., 16 June to 8 July. 1898. Priv. Co. A., 8th Inf., 2 May 

to 7 June, 1898. 2nd Lieut. 25 Inf., 9 July, 1898. 1st Lieut., 2 March, 1899. 
BATES, DORUS E. [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

Bugler Co. K. 2nd 111. Cav., 12 Aug., 1861. Discharged 17 March, 1862. 2nd Lieut. 

13th Inf., 19 Feb., 1862. 1st Lieut., 14 May, 1862. Retired 25 Jan., 1865. Bvt. 

Capt., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious' service during the war. Died 17 

Aug., 1880. 

BATES. FRANCIS H.* [Born in Md. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 1 July, 1850. 2nd Lieut., 15 April, 1852. 1st Lieut., 22 Nov., 

1854. Capt. 17th Inf.. 14 May, 1861, declined. Capt. 4th Inf., 14 Maj, 1861. Bvt. 

Maj., 27 June, 1862. for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Gaines' 

Mill, Va. Retired 19 Oct., 1863. Died 12 Aug., 1895. 

BATES, JAMES A. [Born in Scotland. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Priv. Co. F, 12th N. Y. State Militia. 19 April, 1861. Discharged 5 Aug.. 1861. 1st 
Lieut. 12th N. Y. Vols.. 10 Dec., 1861. Capt., 29 Dec.. 1862. Mustered out 21 April, 
1864. 1st Lieut. Vet. Res. Corps. 3 June. 1864. Bvt. Maj. Vols.. 13 March, 1865. 
for gallant and meritorious service during the war. Capt. Vet. Res. Corps, 15 
March, 18.65. Bvt. Lieut. Col. Vols., 19 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious 
service. "lustered out 2 Oct., 1866. Capt. 43rd Inf.. 28 July, 1866. Bvt. Maj., 2 
March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Gaines' Mill. Va. 
Bvt. Lieut. Col., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle 
of Malvern Hill,, Va. Unassigned 8 April, 1869. Retired 15 Dec., 1870. 
BATES, JOHN C. [Born in Mo. Appointed from Mo.] 

1st Lieut, llth Inf.. 14 May, 1861. Capt., 1 May, 1863. Bvt. Maj., 1 Aug., 1864. for 
faithful and meritorious service in the field. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 9 April, 1865, for 
gallant and meritorious service during the recent operations resulting in the 
fall of Richmond. Va.. and the surrender of the insurgent army under Gen. R. E. 
Lee. Trans, to 20th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Maj. 5th Inf.. 6 May, 1882. Trans, to 
20th Inf., 24 May, 1882. Lieut. Col. 13th Inf., 19 Oct., 1886. Trans, to 20th Inf., 
10 Dec., 1890. Col. 2nd Inf.. 25 April. 1892. Brig. Gen. Vols.. 4 Mnv. 1898. Maj. 
Gen. Vols., 8 July, 1898. Discharged from Vols., 13 April, 1899. Brig. Gen. Vols., 
13 April, 1899. 
BATES. JOSHUA H.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Art.. 1 July, 1837. 1st Lieut., 31 Jan.. 1842. Resigned 20 July, 1842. 

Brig. Gen. Ohio Vols.. 27 April. 1861. Mustered out 27 Aug., 1861. 

BATES. KTNZIE. [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

1'riv. Co. A. 1st Mich. Vols.. 1 May. 1861. Corpl.. 13 June, 1861. Discharged 7 Aug.. 

1861. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf.. 5 Aug., 1861. 1st Lieut.. 23 Nov.. 1861. R. Q. M., 9 

March, 1862, to 27 Jan.. 18(54. Reg. Adj.. 27 Jan.. 1864, to 15 March. 1866. Bvt. 

Capt., 4 Oct., 1862, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Corinth. 

Miss. Bvt. Maj.. 4 July. 1863. for gallant and meritorious service during the Siege 

of Vicksburg. Miss. Capt. 1st Inf., 15 March, 1866. Died 20 Feb., 1884. 

BATES, ROBERT F. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Penn.] 

Priv. Co. D. 53rd N. Y. Vols.. 16 Sept.. 1861. Discharged 21 March, 1862. Sergt. Co. 

D, 121st Penn. Vols.. 13 Aug.. 1862. Discharged 29 Feb., 1864. 1st Lieut.. 121st 

Penn. Vols., 1 March. 1864. Mustered out 2 June, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 18th Inf., 7 

March, 1867. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 7 March. 1867, for gallant and meritorious service 

in the Battle of Gettysburg, Penn. 1st Lieut. 18th Inf., 28 March. 1873. Reg. Adj., 

1 July. 1879. to 26 May. 1886. Capt.. 26 Dec., 1888. Maj. 22nd Inf., 2 March, 1899. 

Retired, over 30 years' service, 2 June. 1899. 



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BATMAN, MAUK W.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.l 

2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 1 July, 1823. 1st Lieut., 20 Dec., 1826. Capt., 16 Nov., is.'.u. 

Died 31 July. 1837. 

BATSON, MATTHEW A. [Born in 111. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv. and Corpl. Troops M and G, 2nd Car., 9 April. 1888. to 1 Aug., 1891. 2nd Lieut. 

9th Cav., 31 July, 1891. 1st Lieut. 4th Cav., 9 July, 1898. Graduate of the Infantry 

and Cavalry School, 1895. 

BATTEE, JOHN S. [Born in Mil. Appointed from Mil.] 

Asst. Surg.. 5 Oct., 1847. Resigned 28 July, 1848. 

BATTEY, FREDK. A. [Born in R. I. Appointed from Town.) 

Sergt. Co. F, 57th 111. Vols., 12 Sept., 1861. Capt.. 26 Dec., 1861. Maj., 11 Feb.. 
1865. Lieut. Col., 6 June, 1865. Mustered out 7 July. 1865. 1st Lieut. 4Uth Inf., 28 
July, 1866. Uiiass'd 20 April, 1869. Discharged 16 Oct., 1870. 

BATTLE 'JOHN S.* [Born in N. C. Appointed from N. C.] 

2nd Lieut, llth Inf., 1 June, 1894. 1st Lieut., 26 April, 1898. R. C. S.. 12 May, 1899. 

BAXLEY, JOSEPH M. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.J 

Ensign 38th Inf., 7 July, 1814. 3rd Lieut.. 1 Oct.. 1814. Disbanded 15 June. 1M5. 

2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 13 Aug., 1819. 1st Lieut., 1 May, 1824. Capt., 4 March, 1833. 

Resigned 1 April, 1836. Died 14 Dec., 1839. 

BAXTER, ANDREW J. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Asst. Surg., 5 Aug., 1861. Dismissed 19 Jan., 1863. 

BAXTER, GEORGE W.* [Born in N. C. Appointed from Tenn.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 5th Cav., 15 June, 1877. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Cav., 16 Sept., 1877. Re- 
signed 1 July, 1881. 

BAXTER, JEDEDIAH H. [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

Maj. Surg. 12th Mass. Vols., 26 June, 1861. Discharged 17 April, 1862. Maj. Surg. 

U. S. Vols., 4 April, 1862. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 30 March. 1865, for meritorious and 

faithful service in recruitment of the armies of the United States. Bvt. Col. Vols., 

13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service during the war. Lieut. Col. 

Asst. Med. Pur., 20 July, 1867. Vacated commission of Surg. U. S. Vols., 30 July, 

1867. Bvt. Col., 20 July, 1867, for faithful and meritorious service during the war. 

Lieut. Col. Chief Med'. Fur., 12 March, 1872 (Act 12 March, 1872). Col. Chief 

Med. Pur.. 23 June, 1874. Brig. Gen. Surg. Gen.. 16 Aug.. 1890. Died 4 Dec.. 1890. 

BAXTER, JOHN. Jr.* [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 19th Inf.. 15 June. 1877. 2nd Lieut. 9th Inf., 1 July, 1877. 1st Lieut., 

3 Feb., 1885. Capt. A. Q. M., 15 Oct., 1897. 

BAYARD, ALBERT F. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Friv. 7th R. I. Cav., 24 June, to 2 Oct., 1862. Priv. and Sergt. Troop G, 5th Cav., 
and Gen. Ser., 11 April, 1865, to 13 Sept., 1867. 2nd Lieut. 4th Cav., 11 Sept., 1867. 
Discharged 29 Oct., 1870. 

BAYARD, GEORGE D. [Born in N. Y. Appointed at Large.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 1 July. 1856. 1st Lieut., 16 March, 1861. Trans, to 4th Cav.. 3 

Aug., 1861. Capt., 20 Aug., 1861. Col. 1st Pa. Cav., 14 Sept., 1861. Brig. Gen. 

Vols., 28 April, 1862. Died 14 Dec., 1862, of wounds received in Battle of Fred- 

ericksburg, Va. 

BAYARD, JOHN A. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. and Corpl. Co. D, llth Inf.. 17 March. 1847, to 18 Nov., 1847. 2nd Lieut, llth 

Inf., 4 Aug., 1847. Discharged 15 Aug., 1848. Sergt. Troop E, 1st Pa. Cav.. 27 Aug., 

1861. 1st Lieut., 12 Nov., 1861. Resigned 26 Feb.. 1862. Priv. and Sergt. Co. H.. 
148th Pa. Vols., 16 Aug., 1862. 2nd Lieut., 1 Nov., 1862. Died 3 Aug., 1863. of 
wounds received at the Battle of Gettysburg, Pa. 

BAYARD. WM. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Army.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Pa. Cav., 1 March. 1862. Discharged 1 Sept., 1862. Priv. and Corpl. 
Troop G, 4th Cav., 2 Feb.. to 23 Nov., 1863. 2nd Lieut. 4th Cajr., 31 Oct., 1863. 
1st Lieut., 10 Aug.. 1865. Capt. 9th Cav., 28 July. 1866. Mustered out 1 Jan., 1871. 
Bvt. 1st Lieut., 16 Dec., 1864, for gallant and meritorious services in pursuit of 
Rebel forces under Gen. Hood. Bvt. Cnpt., 2 April. 1865, for gallant and merito- 
rious services at the capture of Selma. Ala. Bvt. Maj., 2 April, 1865. for gallantry 
during pursuit of Hood after the Battle of Nashville, and in charge of his regiment 
against the earthwork at Selma, Ala. 

BAYER. FERDINAND. [Born in Germany. Appointed from Ohio.1 

2nd Lieut. 38th U. S. Col. Inf.. 17 April. 1865. 1st Lieut., 17 Jan., 1866. Mustered 
out 19 April. 1866. 2nd Lieut. 15th Inf., 23 Feb., 1866. 1st Lieut., 31 Aug., 1866. 
Resigned 18 Aug., 1868. 

BAYLIES. JAMES. [Born in Mass. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv. Corpl. and Sergt. Cos. B and A. 5th Inf.. 7 Feb.. 1883. to 19 March. 1888. 2nd 

Lieut. 5th Inf.. 6 Feb.. 1888. 1st Lieut. 18th Inf.. 30 Jan., 1895. Trans, to 10th 

Inf., 16 May, 1895. Capt., 2 March, 1899. Graduate of the Infantry and Cavalry 

School. 1891. 

BAYLISS, WM. C. [Born in D. C. Appointed from D. C.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Cav.. 17 May, 1867. 1st Lieut., 17 March. 1868. Mustered out 1 Jan., 
1871. Died 28 Jan.. 1872. 

BAYLOR, JOHN W. [Born in Va. Appointed from Ky.] 

Asst. Surg.. 8 July. 1824. Dismissed 28 Mav, 1825. Restored 11 Julv, 1825. Dropped 
2ii May. 1833. Died Jan., is:u. 

BAYLOR. THOS. G.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Ord., 1 July. 1857. 2nd Lieut.. 25 Jan., 1861. 1st Lieut., 1 Feb.. 1S61. 
Capt. 12th Inf., 14 May. 1861. declined. Capt. Ord.. 3 March, 1863. Bvt. Maj.. 1 
Sept., 1864. for gallant service in the capture of Atlanta. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 21 Dec.. 
1864. for gallant service in the capture of Savannah. Bvt. Col.. 13 March. 1865. for 
meritorious service in the recent campaigns of Atlanta. Savannah, and the Caro- 
linas. Maj. Ord.. 7 March, 1867. Lieut. Col., 29 Mav, 1879. Col., 4 Dec., 1882. 

Died IT, Sept.. 1890. 

BAYXK. ANDKKW C. [Born in Scotland. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Sergt. Co. G. 16th N. Y. Vols.. 15 May. 1861. 2nd Lieut. 16th N. V. V..ls.. 13 Sept.. 

1862. 1st Lieut., 11 Feb., 1863. Mustered out 3 June. 1S03. 1st Lieut. Vet. lies. 






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Corps, 1C July, 1863. Capt., 24 May, 1864. Mustered out 14 Sept., 1866. 2nd Lieut. 
42d Inf., 28 July, 1866. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious 
service in the Battle of Marye's Heights. Bvt. Capt., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and 
meritorious service during the war. Trans, to 6th Inf., 22 April, 1869. Retired 25 
March, 1871. Died 12 Oct., 1893. 

BEACH, FRANCIS.* [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art.. 1 July. 1857. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 29 Dec., 1857. 1st Lieut., 

29 April, 1861. Reg. Adj., 14 May, to 30 Dec., 1861. Capt.. 14 Aug., 1862. Col. 16th 
Conn. Vols., 24 Aug.. 1S(J2. Mustered out of Vol. service 24 June. 1865. Retired 22 
Aug., 1871. Died 5 Feb., 1873. Bvt. Maj.. 17 Sept., 1862, for gallant and merito- 
rious service at the Battle of Antietam, Md. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 20 April, 1864, for 
gallant and meritorious service during the Siege of Plymouth, N. C. 

BEACH, FRANCIS H.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 12 June. 1887. 2nd Lieut. 6th Cav., 5 Oct., 1887. 1st 

Lieut. 7th Cav., 24 Jan., 1895. Graduate of the Infantry and Cavalry School. 1893. 

BEACH. JOHN.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from N. H.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 1 July, 1832. 2nd Lieut.. 25 Oct., 1835. 1st Lieut., 31 Dec., 

1837. Resigned 30 June, 1838. Died 31 Aug.. 1874. 

BEACH. LANSING H.* [Born in Iowa. Appointed from Iowa.} 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. Eng.. 13 June, 1882. 2nd Lieut., 30 June, 1882. 1st Lieut., 10 Jan., 

1884. Capt., 4 Oct., 1894. 

BEACH. SAML. E. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Mich.l 

2nd Lieut. Inf., 2 March, 1847. 15th Inf., 9 April, 1847. 1st Lieut., 23 Feb., 1848. 

Disbanded 4 Aug., 1848. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious 

conduct in the Battles of Contreras and Churubusco. Lieut. Col. 5th Mich. Vols., 

10 June, 1861. Col. 18 July, 1862. Mustered out 10 June, 1864. 

BEACH, WARREN C.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut, and 1st Lieut. 15th Inf., 23 June, 1865. Trans, to 24th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. 

Reg. Adj. 13 Dec., 1866, to 25 April. 1869. Trans, to llth Inf., 25 April, 1869. Reg. 

Adj.. 25 April, 1869, to 23 Jan., 1871. Capt., 29 Oct., 1873. Resigned 1 June, 1886. 

BEACH. WILLIAM D.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Cav.. 13 June, 1879. 1st Lieut., 17 Nov., 1883. Capt., 16 Aug., 1892. 

Maj. and Eng. Officer of Vols., 19 May, 1898. Honorably discharged 12 May, 1899. 

Maj. I. G. Vols.. 6 Sept., 1899. 

BEACHAM, JOSEPH W., Jr. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Priv. and Sergt. Astor (Vol.) Batty, 30 May, 1898, to 2 Feb., 1899. 2nd Lieut., 1st Inf., 

10 April. 1899. 
BEACOM. EDGAR S.* [Born in Fenn. Appointed from Penn.1 

2nd Lieut. 24th Inf., 13th June, 1873. Resigned 31 March. 1877. 

BEACOM. JOHN H.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

2nd Lieut. 18th Inf., 13 June, 1882. Trans, to 3rd Inf.. 19 April, 1833. 1st Lieut.. 20 
Jan.. 1888. Capt., 6th Inf., 26 April, 1898. Capt. A. A. G. Vols.. 12 May, 1898. 
Lieut. Col. A. A. G. Vols.. 27 Aug., 1898. Discharged 22 April, 1899. Lieut. Col. 
45th I'. S. Vols., 17 Aug., 1899. Trans, to 42nd U. S. Vols.. 1 Sept., 1899. 
BEALE. ROBT. G. [Born in Va. Appointed from La.] 

Capt. 14th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Maj. 16th Inf., 3 Dec., 1847. Disbanded 8 Aug., 1848. 
BEALL. BENJ. L. [Born in D. C. Appointed from D. C.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad. 1 Jan., 1814, to 15 Oct., 1818. Capt. Washington City Vols. Fla. 
War, 1 June, 1836. Capt. 2nd Drag., 8 June, 1836. Maj. 1st Drag., 16 Feb., 1847. 
Lieut. Col. 3 March. 1855. Col. 13 May, 1861. Retired 15 Feb.. 1862. Died 16 Aug., 
1863. Bvt. Maj.. 15 March. 1837, for gallant and successful service in the war 
against Florida Indians. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 16 March, 1848, for gallant and meri- 
torious conduct in the Battle of Santa Cruz de Rosales. 

BEALL, FIELDER M. M. [Born in Md. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv. and Sergt. Sig. Corps, 1 Sept., 1870, to 14 Oct., 1883. 2nd Lieut. Sig. Corps, 

15 Oct.. 1883. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 4 Feb., 1891. to rank from 15 Oct., 1883. 1st 

Lieut. 25th Inf., 17 April. 1891. Trans, to 18th Inf., 20 July, 1891. Capt. of Inf., 

30 Aug., 1898. Ass'd to 3rd Inf., 1 Jan., 1899. 

BEALL. GEORGE T. [Born in D. C. Appointed from N. M.] 

Capt. Mod. Storekeeper, 28 July, 1866. Retired by op. of law 13 Feb.. 1894. 
BEALL. LLOYD. [Born in D. C. Appointed from Mo.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 29 March, 1848. 1st Lieut.. 30 June, 1851. Trans, to 2nd Inf., 

21 Oct.. 1859. Capt., 30 April, 1861. Dismissed 12 Sept.. 1862. 

BEALL, LLOYD. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Capt. in Revol. Army. Capt 9th Inf., 8 Jan.. 1799. Discharged 15 June. 1800. Capt. 

2nd Art. and Eng., 1 April. 1802. Trans, to Corps. Art. 12 May, 1814, to rank as 

Maj. from 21 April. 1S14. Bvt. Maj. 10 July, 1812. Discharged 15 June, 1815. M. S. 

K. Ord. Dept., 20 June, 1815. Died 5 Oct., 1817. 

BEALL, LLOYD J.* [Born in R. I. Appointed from Md.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 1 July, 1830. 2nd Lieut., 1 July. 1830. Reg. Adj.. 1 March, 
1833, to 11 June. 1836. 1st Lieut. 2nd Drag., 11 June, 1836. Capt., 19 Oct., 1836. 
Maj. P. M., 13 Sept., 1844. Resigned 22 April, 1861. 

BEALL. ROBERT. [Born in Md. Appointed from M.*. . 

3rd Lieut. 14th Inf.. 30 March, 1813. 2nd Lieut.. 14 Nov., 1813. Trans, to Corps Art., 

17 May. 1815. 1st Lieut., 20 March, 1818. Cashiered 4 Dec., isi'.t. 

BEALL. THOMAS J.* [Born in D. C. Appointed from Md.l 

2nd Lieut. Art., 1 March, 1811. 1st Lieut, 3 March. 1813. Capt.. 4th Rifles, 17 March. 
1814. Disbanded, 1 June, 1815. Reinstated 1 Jan.. 1816. as 1st Lieut. Corps Art. 
Capt., 26 Sept., 1818. Trans, to 2nd Inf., 1 June. 1821. Trans, to 1st Inf., 1 Jan.. 
1829. Died 26 Oct., 1832. Retained Jan.. 1816 (in re-organization under Act of 3 
March. 1815). as 1st Lieut. Art., with Bvt. of Capt. from 17 March. 1814. Bvt. 
Maj.. 26 Sept., 1828, for ten years' faithful service in one grade. 

BEALL. WM. N. R.* / [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ark.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf.. 1 July. 1848. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf.. 30 April. 1849. 1st Lieut. 
1st Cav.. 3 March, 1855. Capt., 27 March, 1855. Resigned 20 Aug., 1861. 

BE AM AN, CHARLES C. [Born in . Appointed from .] 

Chaplain post of Hancock Bks., Mo., 20 Oct., 1838, to 31 Aug., 1840. 



186 ARMY LIST 1815-1900. 

BEAMAN. JENKS.* [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 1 July, 1842. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 31 Dee., 1842. 1st Lieut., 

27 Nov., 1846. Died 6 May, 1848. 

BEAN, JESSE. [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

Capt. Mtd. Rangers, 16 June, 1832. Capt. 1st Drag., 15 Aug., 1833. Resigned 31 Mav, 

1835. 

BEAN. JOHN W. [Born in Vt. Appointed from N. H.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th N. H. Vols., 15 Oct.. 1861. 1st Lieut., 31 July, 1862. Capt., 1 Jan.. 

1863. Mustered out 20 Sept., 1864.- 2nd Lieut. 35th Inf., 22 Jan.. 1867. Bvt. 1st 
Lieut., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Freder- 
icksburg, Va. Bvt. Capt., 2 March, 1867. for gallant and meritorious service in the 
Battle of Cold Harbor, Va. Trans, to 15th Inf., 12 Aug., 1869. 1st Lieut., 13 Dec.. 
1871. Capt., 5 March, 1879. Retired for disability 29 Sept., 1890. 

BEAN. JONATHAN L. [Born in R. L Appointed from Penn.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad. 2 Sept., 1818, to 26 Dec., 1820. Capt. 2nd Drag., 8 June, 1836. 

Resigned 1 Oct., 1837. 

BEAN, WM. H.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Fenn.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., 1 July, 1886. 1st Lieut. 8th Cav., 5 Oct., 1892. Trans, to 2nd 
Cav., 5 Dec., 1892. 

BEARD. WM. C. |Born in Md. Appointed from Md. ] 

Aid Lieut. Rifles, 19 May. 1812. 1st Lieut.. 27 Sept., 1812. Capt. 1st Rifles. 20 Auir.. 

1814. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. Reinstated 17 May, 1816, as 1st Lieut. 1st Inf. 

Capt., 1 May, 1817. Resigned 1 Feb., 1822. Retained, 1 May, 1816 (in re-organi/.a- 

tion under Act of 3 March, 1815), as 1st Lieut. 1st Inf., with Bvt. of Capt. from 20 

Aug., 1814. Died 18 April, 1837. 

BEARDSLEE, GUY R.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Ala.] 

2nd Lieut. 9th Inf., 29 Aug., 1879. Resigned 27 Dec., 1880. 

BKARDSLEY, JOHN.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 1 July, 1841. 2nd Lieut., 31 Aug., 1841. 1st Lieut., 18 June, 

1S46. Capt., 28 June, 1849. Resigned 31 Dec., 1853. Bvt. Capt., 8 Sept., 1847. for 

gallant and meritorious conduct in the Battle of Molino del Rey, Mex. Col. 9th N. 

Y. Cav., Nov., 1861. Resigned 8 April, 1863. 

BKARDSLEY. JOSEPH C. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. B, 4th Inf.. 12 Jan., 1885, to 21 March, 1888. 2nd Lieut.. 

8th Inf., 6 Feb., 1888. Resigned 1 July, 1893. 

BEAUMONT, EUGENE B.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Cav. (4th Cav.). 6 May, 1861. 1st Lieut. 4th Cav., 14 Sept., 1861. Capt. 

A. de C. Vols., 13 May, 1863. Bvt. Capt., 7 Nov., 1863, for gallant and meritorious 

service in the Battle of Rappahannock Station, Va. Maj. A. A. G. Vols., 20 Oct., 

1864. Bvt. Lieut. Col. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service 
during the recent campaign in Tennessee. Bvt. Col. Vols., 2 April, 1865, for gal- 
lant and distinguished service in the Battle of Selma, Ala. Bvt. Maj. 2 April, 1865, 
for gallant and meritorious service in the capture of Selma, Ala. Bvt. Lieut. Col.. 
2 April, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service during the war. Capt. 4th Cav.. 25 
July, 1865. Mustered out of Vol. service, 19 March, 1866. Maj. 4th Cav., 12 Nov., 
1879. Lieut. Col. 3rd Cav., 14 Jan., 1892. Retired, over 30 years' service, 6 May, 
1892. Medal of Honor for most distinguished gallantry in action at the Harpeth 
River, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1864, where he led the attack upon a battery and captured 
the guns; and at Selma, Ala., April 2, 1865, where he charged with his regiment into 
the enemy's works, while Maj. and Asst. Adj. Gen. of Vols., serving with the Cav. 
Corps, Army of the Mississippi. 

HEAT'MOVr, W.M'. [Born in Conn. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Surg. Mate 16th Inf., 2 Dec., 1812. Trans, to 6th Inf., 30 Jan., 1813. Disbanded 15 
June, 1815. Post Surg., 4 Dec., 1819. Asst. Surg.. 1 June, 1821. Maj. Surg., 26 Nov., 
1827. Resigned 31 Dec., 1839. Died 25 April, 1853. 

BEAT-REGARD, PETER G. T.* [Born in La. Appointed from La.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 1 July. 1838. 2nd Lieut. Eng.. 7 July, 1838. -1st Lieut., 16 June, 

1839. Capt., 3 March, 1853. Resigned 20 Feb., 1861. Bvt. Capt.. 20 Aug., 1847, for 

gallant and meritorious conduct at Contreras and Churubusco. Bvt. Maj., 13 Sept., 

1847. for gallant and meritorious conduct at Chapultepec. 

BECK. HENRY L. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Army.] 

1st Lieut. Ulman's Batty Pa. Art., 14 Feb., 1862. Mustered out 17 March. 1862. Friv. 
Troop K. 15th Pa. Cav., 30 Aug.. to 30 Oct., 1862. Priv. and Sergt. Batty G, 5th 
Art.. 30 Oct., 1862, to 15 Jan.. 1863. 2nd Lieut. 13th Inf., 26 Nov., 1862. 1st Lieut., 
28 June, 1863. Trans, to 22nd Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Capt., 31 July, 1867. Unass'd 
15 May, 1869. Mustered out 1 Jan.. 1871. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 10 Jan., 1863, for gallant 
and meritorious service at the Battle of Arkansas Post, Ark. Bvt. Capt., 4 July, 
1863. for gallant and meritorious service during the Siege of Vicksburg. Miss. 

BECK. PAUL W. [Born in Texas. Appointed from Colo.] 

2nd Lieut, nth Inf., 1 Sept., 1899. 

BECK. WM. BUTLER. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Peun.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad.. 1 July. 1855. to 24 Oct.. 1856. 1st Lieut, llth Penn. Vols.. 24 
April, 1861. 2nd Lieut., 5th Art., 14 May, 1861. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 10 May, 1864, for 
gallant and meritorious service in the battle near the crossing of the Po River, Va. 
Bvt. Capt.. 27 Oct.. 1864, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle on the 
Boydton Plank Road. Va. 1st Lieut. 5th Art.. 26 Jan.. 1865. Bvt, Maj. 13 March. 

1865. for gallant and meritorious service during the Seige of Petersburg, Va. Bvt. 
Lieut. Col.. 13 March, 1865. for gallant and meritorious service during the war. 
R. Q. .M.. 1 Oct., 1867, to 30 Oct., 1876. Capt. 5th Art., 30 Oct., 1876. Retired, over 
30 years' service, 24 April, 1891. 

BECK. WM. H. [Born in Penn. Appointed from 111.] 

Corpl. Co. B. 10th 111. Vols.. 16 April. 1861. Discharged 29 July, 1861. Q. M. Sergt.. 
fith 111. Cav.. 21 Sept., 1861. 1st Lieut. 6th 111. Cav.. 1 Nov., 1862. Kesiirtird 2S 
Feb.. is<;:{. 2nd Lieut. 10th Cav.. 18 June. 1867. R. Q. M., 1 Sept., 1867, to 31 Dec., 
1S74. 1st Lieut., 11 Dec., 1867. Capt., 23 Dec., 1887. Col. 49th U. S. Vols., 9 Sept., 
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BECKETT, FRANCIS O. Born in Maine. Appointed from Iowa.] 

2nd Lieut. Inf., 8 March, 1847; 15th Inf.. 9 April, 1847. 1st Lieut., 6 May, 1848. Dis- 
banded 4 Aug., 1848. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious 
conduct at Contreras and Churubusco. 
BECKHAM, ROBT. P.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Top. Eng., 1 July, 1859. Resigned 3 May. 1861. 

BECKLEY, ALFRED.* [Born in'D. C. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1823. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July 1823. 1st Lieut 31 

July. 1831. Resigned 24 Oct., 1836. Died 26 May, 1888. 

BECKURTS. CHARLES L. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 30 Oct., 1884. 1st Lieut. 14th Inf., 29 Sept., 1891. Trans, to 
6th Inf., 6 Oct., 1891. Capt. 16th Inf., 11 Jan., 1899. Graduate of the Infantry 
and Cavalry School, 1889. 

BECKWITH. AMOS.* [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art.. 1 July. 1850. 2nd Lieut., 22 Feb., 1851. 1st Lieut., 21 Aug., 
1854. Capt. C. S., 10 May, 1861. Vacated commission of 1st Lieut. 1st Art., 14 May. 
1861. Maj. C. S., 29 Sept., 1861. Col. A. A. de C., 1 Jan.. 1862. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 1 
Sept., 1864, for gallant and meritorious service in the Atlanta campaign. Bvt. Col., 
1 Sept., 1864, for gallant and meritorious service in the campaign against Atlanta. 
Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 12 Jan., 1865. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 March, 1865. for gallant 
and meritorious service in the campaign terminating in the sxirrender of the in- 
surgent army under Gen. Jos. E. Johnston. Bvt. Maj. Gen., 13 March, 1865, for 
faithful and meritorious service in the Sub. Dept. during the war. Mustered out as 
Col. A. A. de C., 31 May. 1866. Lieut. Col. A. G. S.. 23 June, 1874. Lieut. Col. A. O. 
G., 23 June, 1874. Col. A. C. G., 28 Aug., 1888. Retired by op. of law 4 Oct., 1889. 
Died 26 Oct., 1894. 

BECKWITH, EDWARD G.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art.. 1 July, 1842. 1st Lieut., 18 June, 1846. Capt., 12 May. 1855. 
Col. A. A. de C., 5 July. 1862. Maj. 2nd Art., 8 Feb.. 1864. Bvt. Lieut. Col., and 
Brig. Gen., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service during the war. 
Mustered out as Col. A. A. de C., 31 May, 1866. Retired 20 March, 1879. Died 22 
June, 1881. 

BECKWITH, JENNINGS. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Ensign 14th Inf.. 15 April, 1814. 3rd Lieut., 1 May, 1814. 2nd Lieut. 1 Dec., 1814. 

Disbanded 15 June, 1815. Reinstated 2 Dec., 1815, in 3rd Inf. Resigned 30 June, 

1816. 

BEDAL. SYLVESTER S. [Born in Canada. Appointed from Minn.] 

Asst. Surg.. 10 Nov., 1874. Dismissed 10 Feb., 1877. 

BEDEL, HAZEN. [Born in Me. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. and Serget. llth Inf., 27 Aug.. 1812, to Sept., 1813. Ensign llth Inf., 21 Sept., 
1813. 3rd Lieut., 1 Jan.. 1814. 2nd Lieut., 15 June, 1814. Trans, to 6th Inf., 17 
May, 1815. 1st Lieut., 19 Oct., 1818. Disbanded 1 June, 1821. 

BEDELL. JOHN. [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

2nd Lieut. 9th Inf., 30 Dec., 1847. Disbanded 26 Aug.. 1848. Maj. 3rd N. H. Vols., 

26 Aug., 1861. Lieut. Col., 27 June, 1862. Col.. 6 April, 1864. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 

13 March, 1865. for gallant and meritorious service. Mustered out 20 July, 1865. 

Died 26 Feb., 1875. 

BEDFORD. ROBT. W. [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

2nd Lieut. 14th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Died 13 June. 1848. 
BEDINGER, DANIEL. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.J 

Ord. Storekeeper, 22 Oct., 1830. Died 19 Dec., 1838. 

BEE, BARNARD E.* [Born in S. C. Appointed at Large.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July, 1845. 2nd Lieut., 21 Sept., 1846. 1st Lieut.. 5 March, 
1851. Reg. Adj., July, 1848. to 3 March. 1855. Capt. 10th Inf., 3 March. 1855. Re- 
signed 3 March, 1861. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 18 April, 1847, for gallant and meritorious 
conduct at Cerro Gordo. Bvt. Capt., 13 Sept., 1847, for gallant and meritorious 
conduct at Chapultepec. 
BEE, RICHARD J. R. [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.] 

Mil. Storekeeper Ord., 4 April, 1844. Resigned 31 Dec., 1854. 

BEE. WM.. Jr. [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.I 

2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 15 May, 1812. 1st Lieut. 14 Aug., 1813. Trans, to 7th Inf., 17 

May. 1815. Capt., 30 April, 1817. Resigned 13 June, 1820. 

BEEBE. WM. M., Jr. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

1st Lieut. 41st Ohio Vols.. 7 June, 1862. Capt. 1 May. 1864. Lieut. Col. 128th U. S. 
Col. Inf., 16 March. 1865. Bvt. Maj. Vols., 13 March, 1865. for gallant and meri- 
torious service on the 27th of May. 1864, and for meritorious services during the 
Atlanta campaign. Mustered out 18 April, 1867. Capt. 38th Inf., 7 March, 1867. 
Fnassigned 11 Nov., 1869. Mustered out 1 Jan., 1871. Bvt. Maj.. 7 March, 1867, 
for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Stone River. Tenn. 

BEEBE. WM. S.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Pa.] 

2nd Lieut. Ord., 11 June. 1863. 1st Lieut., 30 July. 1863. Resigned 1 Jan., 1874. 

Bvt. Capt., 6 July, 1864. for gallant and meritorious service, and for intrepidity, 

daring and skill in handling men in the face of the enemy. Bvt. Maj.. 23 Aug., 

1864. for gallant and meritorious service at the Siege of Fort Morgan, Ala. 

BEECHER. FREDK. H. [Born in La. Appointed from Mass.l 

Sergt. Co. B., 16th Me. Inf., 14 Aug., 1862. 2nd Lieut. 1 Feb.. 1863. Resigned 20 

Sept., 1864. 2nd Lieut. Vet. Res. Corps. 22 Aug., 1864. Bvt. 1st Lieut, and Capt. 

Vols. 5 Dec.. 1865, for gallant and meritorious service. Mustered out 3 March, 

1866. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf.. 29 Nov.. 1865 1st Lieut.. 28 July, 1866. Killed 17 Sept., 

1868. in action with Indians in Kansas. 

BEECHER. HENRY B. [Born in Ind. Appointed from N. Y.I 

1st Lieut. 67th N. Y. Vols.. 20 June. 1861. Resigned 14 Nov.. 1861. "2nd Lieut. 4th 
Art., 30 Nov., 1861. 1st Lieut., 11 Aug.. 1863. Resigned 4 Oct.. 1866. 
Bvt. Capt.. 3 June, 1864. for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Cold 
TJsirbor. Va. Bvt. Maj., 1 Nov., 1865, for faithfxil and meritorious service during 
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BEEKMAN, STEPHEN DE W. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Army.} 

Cadet at Mil. Acad.. 1 July, 1854, to 30 June, 185G. 1st Lieut. 71st Pa. Vols., 1 July, 
1801. lU>siina>d 28 July, 1802. Sergt. Gen. Mtd. Ser., 11 Jan. to 5 June, 1804. 
2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., 18 May, 1804. Died 7 July, 1864. 

BELCHER. JOHN H. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Cal.] 

Capt. A. Q. M. Vols., 14 Oct., 1864. Bvt. Maj. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for faithful 
service during the war. Capt. A. Q. M., 16 June. 1800. Vacated commission of 
Capt. A. Q. M. Vols., 2 Aug., 1860. Bvt. Maj., 2 March, 1807, for meritorious ser- i 
vice in the Q. M. Dept. during the war. Maj. Q. M., 2 July, 1883. Retired by op. ' 
of law 20 April, 1892. 

BELDEN, GEORGE P. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Neb.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav.. 10 June, 1807. 1st Lieut., 3 Nov., 1808. Cashiered, 4 Nov.. lsi'.. 

BELDING, GODFREY H. [Born in . Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. and Sergt. llth and 21st Inf. 20 Sept., 1812, to April, 1814. Ensign 21st Inf.. 
30 March, 1814. 3rd Lieut., 1 May. 1814. 2nd Lieut., 25 July, 1814. Trans, to 5th 
Inf., 17 May, 1815. Resigned 15 July, 1816. 

BELGER, EDWARD A. [Born in Va. Appointed from Army.] 

1st Lieut. 70th N. Y. Vols., 25 June, 1862. Mustered out 1 July, 1804. Priv. and Serin. 
Co. A. 3rd Inf.. 22 Feb. to 2 April, 1805. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf.. 12 March. 18i>3. 
1st Lieut., 25 April, 1805. Capt. 41st Inf., 28 July, 1806, declined. Bvt. Capt... 2 
March, 1867, for gallant service in Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., 3 May, 1803. 
Bvt. Maj., 2 March, 1807, for gallantry in the Battle of Gettysburg, 2 July, 1803. 
Unassigued 11 Aug., 1809. Ass'd to 3rd Inf., 1 Jan., 1871. Died 8 Oct., 1871). 
BELGER, JAMES. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Co. H, 2nd Inf., 7 Nov., 1832. Corpl., 27 Aug., 1833. Sergt.. 22 Aug., 1835. 
Sergt., Maj., 23 May. 1837. Discharged Nov., 1837. Sergt. Maj. 2nd Inf., 7 Nov., 
1837. 2nd Lieut. Gth Inf., 15 Oct., 1838. 1st Lieut., 27 Feb., 1843. Reg. Adj.. 1 
Feb., 1840, to 1 Jan., 1846. Capt. A. Q. M., 18 June, 1846. Bvt. Maj., 30 May, 1848. 
for meritorious conduct, particularly in the performance of his duty in the prosecu- 
tion of the war with Mexico. Vacated commission of 1st Lieut. 6th Inf. 9 June, 
1853. Maj. Q. M., 3 Aug., 1861. Col. A. A. de C., 11 July. 1862. Out of service, 
30 Nov., 1863. Maj. Q. M., 3 March, 1871 (Act 3 March, '1871). Retired 19 June, 
1879. Died 10 Dec., 1891. 
BELKNAP, HENRY. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Capt. llth Inf., 14 May, 1861. Resigned 30 May, 1863. 

BELKNAP. WM. G. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.} 

3rd Lieut. 23rd Inf., 5 April, 1813. 2nd Lieut., 15 Oct., 1813. 1st Lieut., 19 Aug., 
1814. Trans, to 2nd Inf., 17 May, 1815. Trans, to 3rd Inf., 1 June, 1821. Capt.. 1 
Feb., 1822. Maj. 8th Inf., 31 Jan., 1842. Lieut. Col. 5th Inf., 26 Sept., 1847. Died 
10 Nov., 1851. Bvt. Maj., 1 Feb., 1832, for ten years' faithful service in one grade. 
Bvt. Lieut. Col., 15 March. 1842. for general good conduct in war against Florida 
Indians, and for securing by military operations and negotiations a great number 
of prisoners. Bvt. Col., 9 May, 1846, for gallant and distinguished service at Palo 
Alto and Resaca de la Palma. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 23 Feb., 1847, for gallant and meri- 
torious conduct at Buena Vista. 

BELL. BENJ. F. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from 111.] 

Priv. and Sergt. Co. B., 17th 111. Cav., 22 Jan., 1864, to 28 Aug., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 

U. S. Col. Inf. 10 Sept., 1865. Bvt. 1st Lieut, and Capt. Vols., 13 March, 1865. for 

meritorious services during the war. Mustered out 28 Feb., 1867. 2nd Lieut. 10th 

Cav., 18 June, 1867. 1st Lieut., 10 April, 1869. Dismissed 1 Sept., 1869. 

BELL. DAVID.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Iowa.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Drag.. 1 July. 1851. 2nd Lieut., 9 Oct., 1852. 1st Lieut. 1st Cav., 

3 March. 1855. Died 2 Dec., 1860. 
BELL, EDWIN.* [Born in D. C. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 12 June, 1894. 1st Lieut., 26 April. 1898. 

BELL. EGBERT H. [Born in N. C. Appointed from N. C.] 

Surg. Mate. 10th Inf., 12 March. 1812. Maj. Surg., 30 March, 1814. Disbanded 15 

June, 1815. Hosp. Surg., 29 April, 1816. Maj. Surg. 8th Inf.. 18 April. 1818. Post 

Surg., 28 Jan., 1820. Asst. Surg., 1 June, 1821. Resigned 16 July, 1821. Died 27 

Aug., 1821. 

BELL. GEORGE.* [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July. 1853. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 31 Oct.. 1853. 1st Lieut., 
30 June, 1855. Capt. 14th Inf., 14 May, 1861, declined. Capt. C. S.. 3 Aug.. 1861. 
Vacated commission of 1st Lieut. 1st Art., 14 May, 1861. but served as such to 22 
Aug., 1861. Lieut. Col. C. S. (Act 17 July, 1862). 20 Aug., 1862. Bvt. Maj.. 13 
March. 1865, for faithful and meritorious service during the war. Bvt. Lieut. Col.. 
13 March, 1865. for meritorious service during the war. Bvt. Col., 13 
March. 1865. for faithful and meritorious service during the war. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 
!> April, 1865. for faithful and meritorious service in the Sub. Dept. during the war. 
Mai. C. S., 25 April, 1865. Relieved as Lieut. Col. C. S. (Act 17 July. IStVJt. 1 An-.. 
ISO."). Lieut. Col. A. C. G., 9 Nov., 1884. Col. A. C. G., 4 Oct., 1889. Retired by op. 
of law 12 March, 1892. 

BELL. GKMRUE. Jr. [Born in Md. Appointed from D. C.I 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf.. 12 June, 1880. 1st Lieut., 24 April, 1886. Capt., 1st Inf., 26 

April. 1898. R. Q. M., 7 Nov., 1899. 

BELL. JACOB B. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

'apt. l."ith Inf., 14 May. 1861. Killed 31 Dec., 1862. at Battle of Murfreesboro', Trim. 

Bvt. Maj.. 7 April. 1862. for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Shiloh. 

Tenn. Bvt. Lieut. Col.. 31 Dec., 1862, for gallant and meritorious service at the 

P.attle of Stone River, Tenn. (where he was killed.) 

BELL, JAMES E.* [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

2nd Lieut.. 1st Art.. 17 June, 1867. 1st Lieut., 28 June, 1872. Died 11 Sept.. 1873. 
BELL. JAMES E. [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.1 

Priv. Co. C, 1st 111. Vols.. 13 May to 26 July, 1898. 2nd Lieut. 12th Inf., 9 July, 1898. 
1st Lieut. 17th Inf., 9 Sept., 1899. 



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BELL, JAMES F.* [ Born in Ky. Appointed from Kv.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 9th Cav., 14 June, 1878. 2nd Lieut., 28 June, 1878. Trans, to 7th 

rnv., 9 Aug., 1878. 1st Lieut., 29 Dec., 1890. Capt., 2 March, 1899. Mai. and 

Eng. Officer Vols., 17 May, 1898. Discharged 17 April, 1899. Mai. A. A. G., 17 

April, 1S9U. Vac-sited ll' July, 1899. Lieut. Col., 32nd U. S. Vols., 5 July, 1899 

(declined). Col., 3Gth U. S. Vols., 5 July, 1899. 

BELL, JAMES M. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Asst. Surg., 30 Jan., 1847. Disbanded 3 Aug., 1848. 

BELL. JAMES M. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

1st Lieut. 86th Ohio Vols., 10 June, 1862. Mustered out 25 Sept., 1862. Capt. Inde- 
pendent Co. Peun. Cav., 30 June, 1863. Mustered out 9 Aug., 1863. Capt. 13th 
Penu. Cav., 8 Oct., 1863. Mustered out 14 July, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 7th Cav., 28 July, 
1866. Bvt. 1st Lieut, and Capt., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service 
in the Battle of the Wilderness, Va. Bvt. Mnj., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and 
meritorious service in the Battle of Ream's Station, Va. 1st Lieut. 7th Cav., 2 
April, 1867. Capt., 25 June, 1876. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 27 Feb., 1890, for gallant ser- 
vices in action against Indians at Canon Creek, Mont., 13 Sept., 1877. Mai. 1st 
Cav., 23 May, 1896. Col. 27th U. S. Vols., 5 July, 1899. Lieut. Col. 8th Cav., 10 
Jan., 1900. 

BELL. JOHN. [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

Asst. Surg., 26 Aug., 1861. Resigned 24 June, 1867. Bvt. Capt. and Maj., 13 March, 

1865. for faithful and meritorious service during the war. 

BELL. JOHN R.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. Light Art., 3 Jan., 1812. 1st Lieut., 24 Aug., 1812. Maj. A. I. G., 29 July, 

1813. Capt. Light Art., 10 Oct., 1814. (Col. I. G.. 28 Oct., 1814, to 15 June. 1815.) 

Trans, to 4th Art., 1 June, 1821. Died 11 April, 1825. Bvt. Maj., 10 Oct., 1824, for 

ten years' faithful service in one grade. 

BELL. JONATHAN. [Born in . Appointed from N. Y.I 

Ensign 2nd Inf., 14 April, 1812. 2nd Lieut., 14 April, 1812. 1st Lieut., 30 May, 1813. 

Asst. Dep. P. M. G., 1 Aug., 1814. Disbanded 24 April. 1816. 
BELL, OLA W.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Cav., 12 June, 1896. 2nd Lieut., 11 Dec., 1896. 

BELL, RICHARD H. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

' 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 3 May, 1808. 1st Lieut., 1 Sept., 1809. Capt., 15 Aug., 1813. 

Trans, to 7th Inf., 37 May, 1815. Resigned 31 May, 1817. 
BELL, SAMUEL H. [Born in N. C. Appointed from Pa.] 

Post Chaplain, 20 Jan., 1897. 

BELL, WM. H.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July, 1858. 2nd Lieut., 6 Dec., 1858. 1st Lieut., 14 May. 
1861. Capt. C. S., 11 June, 1862. Vacated commission of 1st Lieut. 3rd Inf., 12 
March, 1862, but served as such to 17 June, 1862. Bvt. Maj., 13 March. 1865, for 
faithful and meritorious service in New Mexico. Maj. C. S., 14 Aug., 1883. Lieut. 
Col. A. C. G., 27 Dec., 1892. Col. A. C. G., 10 June, 1896. Brig. Gen. C. G. S., 14 
Nov.. 1897. Retired by op. of law 28 Jan., 1898. 

BELL. WM. H.* [Born in N. C. Appointed from N. C.] 

3rd Lieut. Ord., 1 July, 1820. Trans, to 3rd Art., 1 June, 1821. Capt. A. Q. M., 1 
Nov., 1830, to 31 July, 1831. Capt. Ord., 30 May, 1832. Maj., 25 March, 1848. 
Resigned 28 May, 1861. 

BELL, WM. W. Born in Canada. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Sergt. and 1st Sergt. Co. H, 1st Battalion and G, 2nd Battalion 18th Inf., 1 

April, 1862, to 1 April, 1865. Sergt. Co. G, 2nd Battalion, 1 May to 13 May, 1865. 

2nd Lieut. 18th Inf., 21 Feb., 1865. 1st Lieut., 21 Feb., 1865. Died- 14 June, 1868. 

BELLAS, HENRY H. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Va.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Cav., 1 Oct., 1873. 1st Lieut., 2 April, 1879. Retired 26 May, 1886, 

for disability. Appointed Capt. of Cav., 2nd Oct., 1890, with rank from 24 April, 

1886. Retired 3 Oct., 1890. 

BELLINGER. JOHN B.* [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.] 

2nd Lieut., 7th Cav.. 15 June, 1884. Trans, to 5th Cav.. 13 Oct., 1884. 1st Lieut. 3rd 

Cav., 22 April, 1891. Trans, to 5th Cav., 27 April. 1891. Capt. A. Q. M., 11 Aug., 

1894. Maj. Q. M. Vols., 16 July, 1898. Lieut. Col. Q. M. Vols., 10 Aug., 1898, to 

2 March. 1899. 

BELLOWS. ALONZO J. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Army.] 

Friv. and Corpl. Co. F, 2nd Drag.. 7 Jan., 1856. to 7 Jan., 1861. Priv. and 1st Sergt. 
Co. D., 14th Inf., 10 Aug. to 25 Nov., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 14th Inf., 20 Nov., 1861. 1st 
Lieut.. 17 Sept., 1862. Resigned 28 Sept., 1865. 

BELTON. FRANCIS S. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

2nd Lieut. Light Drag., 27 March, 1812. 1st Lieut., 20 Jan., 1813. Maj. A. A. G., 18 

Oct., 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. Reinstated 3 May. 1816. as Maj. A. I. G., to 

rank from 18 Oct., 1814. Reinstated 20 May. 1820, to the lineal rank of Capt. m the 

4th Inf., to rank from 31 July, 1817, but served as Maj. A. I. G. to 1 June, 1821. 

Trans, to 2nd Art. as Capt., 1 June, 1821. Maj. 1st Art.. 7 to 30 July 1838. Maj. 

4th Art., 16 Sept., 1838. Lieut. Col. 3rd Art., 13 Oct.. 1845. Col. 4th Art., 10 June, 

1857. Retired 28 Aug., 1861. Bvt. Col. 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious 

condiyt in the Battles of Contreras and Churubusco, Mex. Died 10 Sept.. 1861. 

BELTON WM H [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Inf.. 9 Sept., 1818. Died 10 April. 1819. 

BELTZHOOVER, DANIEL M.* Born in Penn. Appointed at Large.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 1 July, 1847. 2nd Lieut., 20 Aug., 1847. 1st Lieut., 22 Feb., 

1851. Resigned 6 Dec., 1855. _, n 

BENDER GEORGE. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

~ 1st Lieut. 9th Inf.. 15 May, 1812. Capt., 13 May. 1813 Trans, to 5th Inf., 17 May, 

1815 Capt. A. D. Q. M. G.. 18 April. 1818. Retained as A. Q. M., 1 June, 1821. 

Mai. Q M . 22 May? 1826. Maj. 5th Inf., 23 April, 1830. Resigned 31 Oct 1833. 

Bvt Mai 13 May 1823, for ten years' faithful service in one grade. Died 21 Aug., 

1865. 



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BENDIRE, CHARLES. [Born in Germany. Appointed from Army.) 

Priv. Co. D, 1st Drag., 10 June, 1854. Corpl., 1 Dec., 1855. Priv., 17 Aug.. 1856 
Discharged 10 June. 1859. Priv. Co. D, 1st Car.. 8 June, 1860. Corpl., 16 Matvh. 
1861. Sergt. Co. D, 4th Cav.. 21 Nov., 1861. Hosp. Steward 4th Cav., 3 Nov., 1862. 
Discharged 1 July, 1864. Hosp. Steward 4th Cav., 1 July, 1864. 2nd Lieut. 2nd 
Inf., 18 May, 1864. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 11 June, 1864, for gallant and meritorious, 
service in the Battle of Trevilliau Station, Va. Trans, to 1st Cav., 9 Sept., 1864. 
1st. Lieut., 12 Nov., 1864. Capt., 21 Feb., 1873. Retired 24 April, 1886. Died 4 
Feb., 1897. 

BENEDICT, ABNER R. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 5 Aug., 1861. 1st Lieut., 5 Aug., 1861. Capt.. 8 June, 1863. 
Died 15 May, 1867. Bvt. Capt., 27 June. 1862, for gallant and meritorious services 
at Battle of Games' Mill, Va. Bvt. Maj., 13 Dec., 1862, for gallant and meri- 
torious service at Battle of Fredericksburg, Va. 

BENET. J. WALKER.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from D. C.] 

2nd Lieut. 15th Inf.. 12 June, 1880. Trans, to 5th Art., 18 March, 1881. 1st Lieut., 
18 July, 1886. Trans, to Ord., 26 Oct., 1886. Capt. (14 years' service), 12 June, 
1894. Graduate of the Artillery School, 1884. 

BENET, STEPHEN V.* [Born in Fla. Appointed from Fla.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Ord.. 1 July, 1849. 2nd Lieut., 10 July, 1851. 1st Lieut.. 1 July, 

1853. Capt., 3 Aug., 1861. Bvt. Maj. and Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865. for faithful 

and meritorious service in the Ord. Dept. Maj. Ord., 22 Dec., 1866. Brig. Gen. 

Chief of Ord., 23 June, 1874. Retired 22 Jan.. 1891. Died 22 Jan.. 1895. 

BENHAM, DANIEL W. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Priv. Co. B, 6th Ohio Vols., 20 April, 1861. Discharged 21 Aug., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 
18th Inf., 24 Oct.. 1861. 1st Lieut., 19 Feb., 1862. Bvt. Capt., 31 Dec., 1861, for 
gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Murfreesboro', Tenn. Capt. 18th 
Inf., 8 Feb., 1865. Bvt. Maj., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service 
during the Atlanta campaign. Trans, to 36th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Trans, to 7th 
Inf., 19 May, 1869. Maj., 16 Dec., 1888. Lieut. Col., 4 July, 1892. Col., 7 July, 
1897. Retired for disability 23 July, 1898. 

BENHAM, HENRY H. [Born in Mass. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad., 1 July, 1875, to 17 Aug., 1876. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 1 Sept.. 

1879. 1st Lieut.. 15 June. 1889. Capt., 1 Feb., 1898. Graduate of the Infantry 

and Cavalry School, 1893. Maj. Chief Ord. Officers Vols.,' 18 July, 1898. Discharged 

12 May, 1899. 

BENHAM, ROBERT B. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Pa.] 

Asst. Surg.. 16 June, 1880. Capt. Asst. Surg., 16 June, 1885. Retired for disability 
7 Jan., 1897. 

BENHAM. HENRY W.* [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Eng.. 1 July, 1837. 1st Lieut., 7 July, 1838. Bvt. Capt., 23 Feb., 
1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct in the Battles of Buena Vista. Capt. 
Eng., 24 May. 1848. Maj. 9th Inf., 3 March, 1855. declined. Bvt. Col.. 13 July, 
1861, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Carrick's Ford, Va. 
Maj. Eng., 6 Aug.. 1861. Brig. Gen. Vols.. 13 Aug., 1861. Lieut. Col. Eng., 3 March. 

1863. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 March. 1865. for gallant and meritorious service in the 
campaign terminating with the surrender of the insurgent army under Gen. Robt. 
E. Lee. Bvt. Maj. Gen., 13 March. 1865, for gallant and meritorious service 
during the War. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Vols.. 13 March. 1865, for faithful and meri- 
torious service during the War. Mustered out of Vol. service, 15 Jan., 1866. Col. 
Eng., 7 March, 1867. Retired 30 June, 1882. Died 1 June, 1884. 

BENHAM, JOHN H., Jr. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Sergt. Maj. 99th N. Y. Vols., 28 May. 1861. 2nd Lieut., 6 July, 1862. Resigned 14 
Jan.. 1863. 2nd Lieut. 79th U. S. Col. Inf.. 2 March. 1863. Resigned 7 March, 1864. 
2nd Lieut. 1st U. S. Vet. Vols.. 24 Dec., 1864. 1st Lieut., 27 Sept., 1865. Mustered 
out 10 Feb., 1866. 2nd Lieut. 24th Inf.. 16 Oct., 1867. Trans, to llth Inf., 25 April, 
1869. Unassigned 23 July, 1870. Mustered out 1 Jan., 1871. 

BENJAMIN, CALVIN.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Ind.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Art.. 1 July. 1842. 1st Lieut., 16 Feb., 1847. Killed 13 Sept., 1847, 

in the assault on City of Mexico. 

BENJAMIN, EDWARD A. * [Born in Conn. Appointed from Ln 1 

2nd Lieut. 6th Cav., 12 Dec., 1872. Trans, to 3rd Inf., 13 Oct., 1873. Retired 28 

June, 1878. 

BENJAMIN. EVERETT E. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Cailot Mil. Acad.. 1 July. 1879. to 15 Jan.. 1880. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf.. 30 Oct.. 1884. 
1st Lieut. 4th Inf.. 4 Dec.. 1891. Trans, to 1st Inf.. 8 Dec., 1891. Capt., 2 March, 
1899. Graduate of the Infantry and Cavalry School. 1889. 

BENJAMIN. SAML. N.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 6 May. 1861. 1st Lieut., 15 May, 1861. Capt., 13 June. 1864. 
Bvt. Maj. 1 Aug.. 1864. for good conduct and gallant service in the Battle of 
Spottsylvania. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March. 1865. for good conduct and gallant 
service during the War. Maj. A. A. G.. 3 March. 1875. Resigned commission of 
Capt. 2nd Art.. 16 March, 1875. Died 15 Mav. 1886. 

BENNER, HIRAM H. [Born in Penn. Appointed from 111.] 

Priv. and Sergt. Co. E. 34th 111. Vols.. 24 Sept.. 1861. Trans, to 78th 111. Vols.. Jan.. 

1864. Mustered out 8th Feb., 1865. Capt. 18th 111. Vols.. 25 March, 1865. Mustered 
out 16 Dec., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 18th Inf., 18 June, 1867. 1st Lieut, 1 May, 1875. 
Died 17 Oct.. 1878. 

BENNET. JOHN B.* [Born in N. J. Appointed from Colo.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Inf.. 12 June. 1891. 1st Lieut. 2nd Inf., 3 Dec.. 1897. Trans, to 7th 
Inf., 11 Jan., 1898. Capt. Act. J. A.. 2 Nov., 1899. Trans, to 6th Inf.. 16 April, 
1900. 

BENNETT, ALBERT G. [Born in Del. Appointed from Miss.] 

Addl. F. M.. 14 Aug., 1846. Maj. P. M.. 2 March. 1849. Died 28 Feb.. 1857. Bvt. 
Lieut. Col.. 11 June. 1847. for gallant and meritorious conduct in affairs with 
Guerillas at National Bridge, Mexico. 



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BENNETT, ANDREW S. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Wis.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Wis. Vols., 12 July, 18G1. 1st Lieut., 25 Dec., 1862. Mustered out 

2 Aug., 18G4. 1st Lieut. 15th Inf., 7 March, 1867. Capt., 28 Feb., 1869. Unassigned 

12 Aug., 1869. Ass'd to 5th Inf., 1 Jan., 1871. Killed 4 Sept., 1878, in action with 

Indians in Montana. 

BENNETT. CHAS. [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J.I 

2nd Lieut, of Inf., 8 March, 1847; 10th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Disbanded 24 Aug., 1848. 
BENNETT, CHARLES A.* [Born In N. J. Appointed from N. 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 11 June, 1881. 1st Lieut., 16 Dec., 1889. Capt., 2 March, 1899. 

Graduate of the Artillery School, 1886. 

BENNETT. CLARENCE E.* Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July, 1855. 2nd Lieut. 10th Inf., 13 Aug., 1855. Reg. Adi.. 
1 Oct., 1858, to 30 April, 1860. R. Q. M., 30 April to 16 July, 1860. Resigned 
10 Sept., 1860. Maj. 1st Cal. Cav., 9 Feb., 1868. Lieut. Col., 31 Dec., 1863. Bvt. 
Col. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service. Mustered out 15 
Aug., 1866. 2nd Lieut. 6th Cav., 23 Feb., 1866. 1st Lieut., 28 July, 1866. Capt. 
17th Inf.. 22 Jan., 1867. Maj. 19th Inf., 28 Nov., 1893. Lieut. Col. llth Inf., 27 
June, 1897. Retired, by operation of law, 2 Dec., 1897. 

BENNETT, FRANK T. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Co. H, 3rd Batt. 18th Inf., 29 April, 1862. Q. M. Sergt., 1 Aug., 1862. 2nd 

Lieut. 18th Inf., 19 Feb.. 1863. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 26 June, 1863. for gallant and 

meritorious service in action at Hoover's Gap, Tenn. Bvt. Capt., 20 Sept., 1863,. 

for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Chickamauga, Ga. 1st Lieut. 

18th Inf., 6 Jan., 1864. Trans, to 36th Inf., 21 Sept.. 1866. Resigned 15 Oct., 1866. 

Reinstated 4 Dec., 1866. Capt. 30th Inf., 23 Jan., 1867. Unassigned 20 April, 1869. 

Ass'd to 9th Cav., 15 Dec., 1870. Maj. 2nd Cav., 6 June, 1885. Retired for disability 

23 Jan., 1889. Died 21 June, 1894. 

BENNETT, JOHN.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July, 1856. Died 24 Feb.. 1859. 

BENNETT, JOHN E. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 19th Inf., 23 Feb., 1866. 1st Lieut., 23 Feb., 1866. Trans, to 28th Inf., 

21 Sept., 1866. Resigned 8 Aug., 1868. Bvt. Capt., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and 

k meritorious service in the Battle of Lookout Mountain, Tenn. Bvt. Maj., 2 March, 

1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Franklin, Tenn. Bvt. 
Lieut. Col., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of 
Nashville, Tenn. 

BENNETT, JOHN R. [Born in Md. Appointed from Iowa.] 

2nd Lieut, of Inf., 8 March, 1847; 15th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 13 Sept.* 

k!847, for gallant and meritorious conduct in the Battle of Chapultepec, Mex. Mus- 
tered out 4 Aug., 1848. Capt. 3rd Minn. Inf., 25 Oct., 1861. Resigned. 27 Feb.. 
1862. 

BENNETT. NAPOLEON B.* |Born in Del. Appointed from Pen" . 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1824. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1824. Died 2 Nov., 1832. 

BENNETT, RICHARD. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Ensign and 3rd Lieut. 14th Inf.. 12 March, 1812. 2nd Lieut., 12 May, 1813. 1st. 

Lieut., 1 Dec., 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf.. 9 Jan., 1837. 

1st Lieut., 7 July, 1838. Resigned 13 March, 1839. Addl. P. M., 13 March, 1839. 

Resigned 16 March, 1840. Died 8 Oct., 1843. 

BENNETT. THOMAS.* [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J.] 

2nd Lieut. Art., 14 Nov., 1806. 1st Lieut.. 1 Aug., 1809. Capt., 20 June, 1815. 

Trans, to Corps Art., 12 May, 1814. Died 26 Sept., 1818. 

BENNETT, WM. C. [Born in Cal. Appointed from the Armv.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. H, 17th Inf., 30 Nov., 1885, to 7 March, lg&9. 2nd Lieut. 

6th Inf., 11 Feb., 1889. 1st Lieut. 12th Inf., 9 Jan., 1896. Trans, to 6th Inf.. 7 

May, 1897. Capt. 16th Inf., 16 May, 1899. Graduate of the Infantry and Cavalry 

School, 1893. 

BENNETT, WM. E., Jr. [Born in . Appointed from .] 

2nd Lieut, of Inf. (unassigned), 1 Oct., 1899. 

BENSON, HARRY C.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 13 June. 1882. Trans, to 4th Cav., 31 Jan.. 1884. 1st Lieut., 
4 March, 1888. Capt., 21 Nov., 1897. Maj. I. G., 12 May, 1898. Discharged 12 May, 
1899. 

BENSON, HENRY. [Born in N. J. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Corpl., Sergt. and 1st Sergt. Batty A, 2nd Art., 6 June, 1845, to 2 Aug., 1848. 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 28 June, 1848. 2nd Lieut., 26 Jan., 1849. 1st Lieut.. 2 

March. 1853. Capt., 14 May, 1861. Died 11 Aug., 1862, of wounds received at Mal- 

veru Hill, Va. 

BENSON, HENRY M. [Born in Mo. Appointed from Cal.] 

1st Lieut. 1st Cal. Vols., 27 Aug., 1861. Capt., 1 March. 1863. Mustered out 31 

Aug., 1864. Maj. 4th Cal. Vols., 22 May, 1865. Mustered out 31 Jan., 1866. 2nd 

Lieut., and 1st Lieut. 18th Inf., 23 Feb., 1866. Trans, to 36th Inf., 21 Sept., 

1866. Trans, to 7th Inf., 19 May, 1869. Bvt. Capt., 27 Feb., 1890, for gallant 

services in action against Indians at Camas Meadows, Idaho, 20 Aug.. 1877. where 

he was severely wounded. Capt., 1 May, 1882. Retired for disability 14 Nov., 

1885. 

BENT. CHARLES L.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 12 June, 1894. 1st Lieut. 7th Inf., 26 April. 1898. 
BENTEEN, FRED'K W. [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf.. 1 June, 1899. 

BENTEEN, FRED'K W [Born in Va. Appointed from Mo.] 

1st Lieut. 10th Mo. Cav., 1 Sept.. 1861. Capt., 1 Oct., 1861. Maj., 19 Dec.. 1862. 
Lieut. Col., 27 Feb. ,1864. Mustered out 30 June, 1865. Col. 138th U. S. Col. 
Troops, 15 July, 1865. Mustered out 6 Jan., 1866. Capt. 7th Cav., 28 July. 1866. 
Bvt. Maj., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of 
the Osage. Bvt. Lieut. Col.. 2 March. 1867. for gallant and meritorious service in 
the charge of Columbus, Ga. Bvt. Col., 13 Aug., 1868, for gallant and nieri- 



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torlous conduct in an engagement with hostile Indians on the Saline River, 
Kansas. 13 Aug., 1868. Mnj. 9th Cav., 17 Dec., 1882. Retired for disability 7 
July, 1888. Died 22 June, 1898. 

BENTLEY, EDWIN. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Asst. Surg. 4th Conn. Vols., 6 June, 1861. Discharged 1 Oct., 1861. Mai. and 
Surg. Vols., 4 Sept., 1861. Bvt. Lieut. Col. Vols., 13 March, 1865. for faithful 
and meritorious service during the War. Mustered out 4 June, 1866. 1st Lieut. 
Asst. Surg., 28 Feb., 1866. Capt. Asst. Surg., 28 July, 1866. Maj. Surg., 12 July, 
1879. Retired by operation of law 3 July, 1888. 

BEXTOX, EDWARD T. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 19 Feb., 1862. 1st Lieut., 17 July, 1862. Resigned 2 April, 
1864. 

BEXTOX, ELISHA S.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 15 June, 1884. 1st Lieut., 31 July, 1891. Trans, to 1st Art., 24 
July, 1897. Trans, to 7th Art., 8 March, 1898. Graduate of the Artillery School, 
1898. 

BEXTOX. JAMES G.* [Born in N. H. Appointed from X. H.] 

Bvt. '2nd Lieut. Ord., 1 July, 1842. 2nd Lieut., 3 March, 1847. 1st Lieut., 25 March, 

1848. Capt., 1 July, 1856. Maj., 15 Sept., 1863. Bvt. Lieut. Col. and Col.. 13 

March. 1865. for faithful service in the Ord. Dept. Lieut. Col. Ord., 23 June, 1874. 

Col., 29 May, 1879. Died 31 Aug., 1881. 

BEXTOX. JAMES W.* [Born in D. C. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 9th Cav., 14 June, 1885. 1st Lieut, of Cav. (7th), 22 March, 1892. Trans, 
to 9th Cav., 12 April, 1892. R. Q. M., 12 April, 1895. Died 2 Sept., 1896. 

BEXTZONL CHAS. [Born in Prussia. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Gen. Ser., 12 May, 1857. Corpl., 1 Nov., 1857. Sergt., 24 Sept., 1859. Ser'gt. 
Co. D, 1st Batt. llth Inf., 29 Aug., 1861. 1st Sergt., 1 Sept., 1861. 2nd Lieut, 
llth Inf.. 20 Nov., 1861. 1st Lieut., 17 March, 1862. Bvt. Capt., 30 Sept., 1864, for 
gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Poplar Spring Church, Va. Col. 
56th U. S. Col. Troops, 29 Jan., 1865. Bvt. Maj. and Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865. 
for gallant and meritorious service during the War. Mustered out of Vol. service, 
15 Sept.. 1866. Trans, to 29th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Capt. 40th Inf.. 28 July, 1866. 
Trans, to 25th Inf., 20 April, 1869. Maj. 1st Inf., 4 Dec., 1891. Retired by opera- 
tion of law 11 Oct., 1894. 

BENYAURD, WM. H. H.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.l 

1st Lieut. Eng., 11 June, 1863. Bvt. Capt., 1 Aug., 1864. for gallant and meritorious 
service during the campaign before Richmond, Va. Bvt. Maj.. 1 April, 1865, for 
gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Five Forks, Va. Capt. Eng.. 1 
May. 1866. Maj., 4 March, 1879. Lieut. Col., 2 July, 1889. Died 16 Feb., 1900. 
Medal of Honor for most distinguished gallantry in action at Five Forks. Va., 1 
April. 1865, Maj. Gen. Warren, commanding 5th Army Corps, seeing his troops 
wavering, seized his headquarter's flag, rode to the front, accompanied by Lieut. 
Benyaurd, Corps of Eng., and calling on his men to follow, the troops resumed 
the advance and were successful. Also, in the same action, Lieut. Benyaurd, with 
one companion, voluntarily advanced beyond the skirmishers, where he was exposed 
to imminent peril. In his reconnaissance seven prisoners were captured; while 
serving as 1st Lieut., Corps of Eng. 

BERARD. ACHILLE. [Born in La. Appointed from La.] 

2nd Lieut. 14th Inf., 3 March, 1848. Disbanded 20 July, 1848. 

BERARD. CLAUDIUS. [Born in France. Appointed from Fenn.] 

Teacher of French at Mil. Acad., 3 Jan., 1815. Prof, of French, 8 Aug., 1846. Died 
6 May, 1848. 

BEREMAN. ALVAH H. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Iowa.] 

':ipt. 18th Inf.. 14 May. 1861. Resigned 22 July, 1862. Col. 45th Iowa Vols., 25 May, 
1864. Mustered out 16 Sept., 1864. 

BERG. CHAS. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Army.] 

Sergt. Maj. 2nd Ohio Vols., 17 April to 25 June, 1861. Sergt. Maj. 19th U. S. Inf., 

25 June to Nov., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 19th Inf., 20 Nov., 1861. Resigned 27 May, 1862. 

BERGLAXD, ERIC.* [Born in Sweden. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 57th 111. Vols.. 26 Dec.. 1861. 1st Lieut. 57th 111. Vols.. 20 July. 1862. 
Mustered out 7 July. 1865. Cadet at Mil. Acad. 1 July, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 5th Art., 
15 June, 1869. Trans, to Eng., 10 June. 1872. 1st Lieut., 10 June. 1872. Capt. (14 
years' service), 10 Jan., 1884. Maj. 12 Oct., 1895. Retired, over 30 years' service, 
31 March. 1896. 

EERIER. FRANCIS X.* [Born in Md. Appointed from N. Y.] 

3rd Lieut. Corps Art., 2 March, 1815. 2nd Lieut., 19 June, 1817. Resigned 31 March, 
1818. Died 26 Oct., 1822. 

BERKELEY. HUGH D.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Miss.l 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 1st Cav.. 12 June, 1894. 2nd Lieut., 18 Aug., 1894. 1st Lieut., 2 
March. 1809. 

BERNARD, JOHN J. , [Born in Cal. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv.. Corpl. and Sersrt. Troop I, 1st Cav., 20 Aug., 1894, to 13 April. 1897. 2nd 
Lieut. 4th Inf., 25 March, 1897. Killed in action at San Juan, Santiago, Cuba, 1 
July, 189S. 

BERNARD. REUBEN F. [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Co. D. 1st Drag., 19 Feb.. 1855. Corpl., 1 June, 1857. Priv.. 1 May. isr.s. 
Corpl.. 1 March. 1859. Sergt.. 5 May. 1850. 1st Sergt., 6 Juno. 1S59. Discharged 
19 Dec., 1859. 1st Sergt, Co. D, 1st Drag.. 19 Dec.. 1850. Priv.. 5 Jan.. 1862. 
2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 17 Julv 1862. 1st Lieut., 21 June, 1863. Bvt. Cant.. May, 
1864, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Todd's Tavern. Va. 
Bvt. Mai.. _s Aug.. 1864. for gallant and meritorious service in action at Smith- 
field. Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col. and Bvt. Col., 13 March. 1865, for gallant and meri- 
torious service during the War. Capt. 1st Cav., 28 July. 1866. Maj. 8th Cav., 
1 Nov.. 1SS2. Lieut. Col. nth Cav.. 22 July. 1S92. Bvt. Brig. Gen.. Feb. 27, 1890. 
for gallant services in action against Indians at Chorirahua 1'ass, Arizona, 20 
Oct., 1869. and in the actions against Indians near the Silver River, Oregon, 23 



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June. 1878, and at Birch Creek, Oregon, 8 July, 1878. Retired by operation of 
law 14 Oct., 1896. 

BERNARD, SIMON. [Born in France. Appointed from .] 

Brig. Gen. Asst. Eng., 16 Nov., 1816. Resigned 10 Aug., 1831. 
BERRIEN, JAMES H. [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.] 

Asst. Surg., 8 June, 1860. Resigned 17 March, 1861. 

BERRIEN, JOHN M.* [Born in N. J. Appointed from Fenn.l 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf.. 1 July, 1826. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 1 July, 1826. 1st Lieut., 

31 Dec., 1830. Resigned 31 Dec.. 1836. Died 12 Oct., 1876. 
BERRIEN. WM. D. [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.] 

2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 16 Oct., 1837. 1st Lieut., 7 July, 1838. Died 2 Dec., 1840. 
BERRY. ALGA P.* [Born in Kan. Appointed from Kan.] 

2nd Lieut. 10th Inf., 12 June, 1896. 1st Lieut, of Inf., 16 Sept., 1898. Ass'd to 10th 

Inf., 1 Jan., 1899. 

BERRY. BENJN. A.* [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. CM 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 1 July, 1841. 2nd Lieut., 14 June, 1842. Accidentally killed 

12 Sept., 1845. 
BERRY, DANIEL G.* [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 26 April, 1898. 1st Lieut., 2 March, 1899. 

BERRY, EDWARD C. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Kv.] 

2nd Lieut. 16th Inf., 9 April. 1847. 1st Lieut., 12 Oct., 1847. Disbanded 7 Au'g., 

1848. 

BERRY. GEORGE. [Born in Va. Appointed from Ind.] 

Maj. Surg. 3 March, 1847: 16th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Disbanded 5 Aug., 1848. 

BERRY, GEORGE H. [Born in . Appointed from .] 

Chaplain post of Fort Steilacoom, Wash. Ter.. 22 Oct., 1856. to 28 Feb.. 1860. 
BERRY, LUCIEN G.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July, 1886. 1st Lieut. 5th Art.. 28 Nov., 1892. Trans, to 4th 
Art., 5 Dec., 1892. Trans, to 7th Art.. 8 March, 1898. Graduate of the Artillery 
School, 1892. Capt. A. A. G. Vols., 12 May. 1898. Discharged 31 May, 1899. 
BERRY, MATTHEW. [Born in Ireland. Appointed from X. J.I 

Priv. Troop H, 2nd Cav.. 25 May. 1857. to 12 Dec., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 5th Pa. Cav., 12 
Dec., 1861. 1st Lieut., 26 Dec., 1863. Discharged 3 Feb., 1864. Capt. 20th Pa. Cav., 
17 Feb., 1864. Mustered out 13 Jan.. 1865. 1st Lieut. 7th Cav., 28 July, 1866. Capt., 
5 Dec., 1868. Trans, to unassigned 9 Aug., 1869. Discharged 31 Dec... 1870. Bvt. 
Capt., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Antietam, 
Md. 

BERRY, THOS. J.* [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Drag., 1 July, 1857. Trans, to 2nd Drag., April, 1858. 2nd 
Lieut. 2nd Drag., 4 June, 1858. Resigned 28 Jan., 1861. 

BERRY. WM. A. [Born in . Appointed from .] 

Asst. Surg., 25 April, 1831. Resigned 19 Nov., 1836. 

BERRYMAN, HENRY.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

3rd Lieut. Corps Art.. 17 J_uly, 1817. 2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 13 Feb., 1818. 1st Lieut., 

31 Dec., 1818. Capt., 6 Oct., 1822. Resigned 30 April, 1833. Died 20 July. 1859. 
BERTRAND, EUGENE P. [Born in France. Appointed from Md.] 

Priv. Co. C. 18th Pa. Vols.. 24 April. 1861. Mustered out 6 Aug., 1861. Sergt. Troop 
B. 6th Pa. Cav., 29 Aug., 1861. 2nd Lieut., 20 Nov., 1862. 1st Lieut., 1 March, 1863. 
Mustered out 31 Oct., 1864. 2nd Lieut. 4th Cav., 23 March, 1866. Died 21 Sept., 
1866. 
BERTSCH. WM. H.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

2nd Lieut. 15th Inf., 12 June, 1891. 1st Lieut., 6 Oct., 1897. 

BEST, CLERMONT L.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art.. 1 July, 1847. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 13. Sept., 1847. 1st 
Lieut., 12 Sept., 1850. Capt., 29 April, 1861. Bvt. Maj., 3 May, 1863. for gallant 
and meritorious service in the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va. Lieiit. Col. A. I. G. 
(Act 17 July, 1862), 15 May, 1863. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 3 July. 1863, for gallant and 
meritorious service in the Battle of Gettysburg, Penn. Relieved as Lieut. Col. 
A. I. G.. 4 April, 1864. Bvt. Col., 13 March, 1865. for good conduct and gallant 
service during the War. Ma.i. 1st Art., 5 Feb., 1867. Lieut. Col., 15 March, 1881. 
Trans, to 4th Art., 27 Oct., 1881. Col., 2 Oct., 1883. Retired by operation of law 
25 April. 1S88. Died 7 April, 1897. 

BEST, CLERMONT L., Jr. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 3 Oct., 1867. 1st Lieut., 7 Feb., 1875. R. Q. M.. 30 June, 1882, 

to 5 May, 1887. Capt., 1 June, 1897. Graduate of the Artillery School. 1874. 
BETHEL, WALTER A.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 12 June, 1889. 2nd Lieut., 17 June. 1889. 1st Lieut. 3rd 
Art., 1 Sept., 1896. Capt. A. A. G. Vols., 12 May, 1898. Honorably discharged 31 
May. 1898 

BETHELL. THOS. F. [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.] 

Capt. Inf., 23 Feb., 1847; 16th Inf., 9 April. 1847. Disbanded 20 July, 1848. Capt. 

25th Ind. Vols., 19 Aug., 1861. Resigned 6 Sept., 1861. Died 25 March. 1873. 
BETTENS, PHILIP A., Jr.* [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.] 

2nd Lieut. 9th Cav., 14 June, 1885. 1st Lieut., - , 1892. Died 27 March, 1892. 
BETTS. TTTAS. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

3rd Lieut. Corps Art., 11 Aug., 1814. 2nd Lieut, 17 Nov.. 1814. Disbanded 15 June. 
1815. 2nd Lieut., 7th Inf., 19 Feb., 1817. 1st Lieut., 31 May, 1817. Resigned 31 
Dec., 1818. Died 7 Jan., 1822. 

BETTN. \VM. H.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Ga.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 1 July. 1835. Trans, to 1st Art., 28 Sept.. 1835. 2nd Lieut. 
1st Art.. 29 Feb., 1836. 1st Lieut., 30 Nov., 1837. Resigned 20 June, 1839. Died 
Jan., 1841. 

. rHAS. D. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from La.] 

Musician Gen. Ser.. 12 Aug., 1858. Musician Co. B, 1st Inf.. 25 May, 1860. Dis- 
charged 14 July, 1863. Musician Co. B, 1st Inf.. 14 July. 1863. Principal Musician 
1st Inf., 25 Jan., 1864. Discharged 14 Oct., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 81st U. S. Col. 

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194 ARMY LIST 1815-1000. 

Troops, 17 Oct., 1865. Mustered out 15 July, 1867. Capt. 41st Inf.. 6 June, 1867. 
Trans to 24th Inf., 11 Nov., 1869. Trans, to 9th Cav., 1 Jan., 1871. Dismissed 
21 Nov.. 1884. 

BIART VICTOR. [Born in Belgium. Appointed from Kan.] 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg.. 6 June, 1878. Capt. Asst. Surg., 6 June, 1883. Retired for 

disability 21 Oct., 1891. 

BIBB JOHN J. C.* [Born in Ky. Appointed at Large.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July, 1844. 2nd Lieut., 18 June, 1846. Resigned 31 

Dec.. 1846. Died 29 Sept., 1854. 

BIBB. LUCIEN I.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt 2nd Lieut, of Art., 1 July, 1827. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 1 July, 1827. Died 7 Sept., 

1831. 

BIBBY GEORGE A. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Mai. P. M., ]3 May. 1823. Died 12 Feb., 1824. 

BICKER. WALTER. Jr. [Born in . Appointed from N. Y.I 

Ensign 6th Inf.. 29 July. 1813. 3rd Lieut.. 10 Aug.. 1813. 2nd Lieut., 1 May, 1814. 
1st Lieut., 1 Sept., 1814. Trans, to 2nd Inf.. 17 May. 1815. Resigned 1 May, 1828. 
Bvt. Capt., 1 Sept., 1824, for ten years' faithful service in one grade. Died 3 June, 
1886. 

BICKHAM, THOS. H. Y. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Priv. Co. D, 2nd Ohio Vols.. 17 April to 24 June, 1861. 1st Lieut. 19th Inf., 14 May, 

1861. Dismissed 5 Jan., 1865. 

BICKLEY, ABRAM W. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Priv. Commonwealth Pa. Art., 24 April to 27 May. 1861. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 5 Aug., 

1861. 1st Lieut., 20 Sept., 1863. Dismissed 28 March, 1865. 

BICKLEY. WM. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.1 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf.. 1 July. 1824. 2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 1 July, 1824. Resigned 

15 Jan., 1825. Died 21 July, 1877. 

BICKNELL, JOHN Y.* [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Drag., 1 July, 1844. 2nd Lieut., 31 March, 1846. Died 11 Nov., 

1849. 

BIDDLE. CHAS. J. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Capt. Inf., 16 Feb.. 1847: Voltigeurs, 9 April, 1847. Disbanded 29 Aug.. 1848. Bvt. 

Maj., 13 Sept., 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct at Chapultepec. Col. 

13th Pa. Res.. 21 June, 1861. Resigned 11 Dec.. 1861. Died 28 Sept., 1873. 

BIDDLE, DAVID W. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 9th Inf., 26 April, 1861. 1st Lieut., 14 May, 1861. Capt., 25 July, 1863. 

Resigned 24 May, 1864. 

BIDDLE, JAMES. [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

Capt. 16th Inf., 5 Aug., 1861. Resigned 30 Sept., 1864. Bvt. Maj., 1 Sept., 1864, 

for gallant and meritorious service during the Atlanta campaign. 

BIDDLE, JAMES. [Born in Penn. Appointed from N. Y.] 

1st Lieut. 10th N. Y. Vols.. 2 May, 1861. Mustered out 31 Aug., 1861. Capt. 15th 
Inf., 5 Aug.. 1861. Bvt. Maj., 1 Sept., 1862, for gallant and meritorious service 
in the Battle of Richmond, Ky. Col. 6th Ind. Cav., 11 Nov.. 1862. Bvt. Lieut. 
Col., 16 Dec.. 1864, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Nashville, 
Tenn. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for long, gallant and meritorious 
service during the war. Mustered out of Vol. service, 27 June, 1865. Trans, to 
24th Inf.. 21 Sept., 1866. Trans, to llth Inf., 25 April, 1869. Trans, to 1st Cav., 
1 Jan.. 1871. Maj. 6th Cav.. 21 Feb., 1873. Lieut. Col. 5th Cav.. 10 Oct., 1887. 
Col. 9th Cav., 1 July, 1891. Retired by operation of law 11 Dec.. 1896. 

BIDDLE, JOHN. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 6 July, 1812. 1st Lieut.. 13 March. 1813. Capt. 42nd Inf.. 1 
Oct.. 1813. Trans, to Corps Art.. 17 May, 1815. Maj. A. I. G., 19 June, 1817. Dis- 
banded 1 June, 1821. Died 21 Aug., 1859.' 

BIDDLE, JOHN.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

2nd Lieut. Eng., 11 June, 1881. 1st Lieut., 10 Jan.. 1883. Capt., 11 Oct., 1892. 

Lieut. Col. Chief Eug. of Vols., 9 May, 1898. Discharged from Vols., 12 May. 1899. 

BIDDLE. J. WILLIAMS. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Cav., 31 Aug., 1876. Killed in action with Indians at Snake River, 

Montana Ter., 30 Sept., 1877. 

BIDDLE. THOMAS. Jr. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Capt. Inf., 9 April, 1812. Trans, to 2nd Art.. 6 July. 1812. Trans, to Corps Art., 

12 May, 1814. Trans, to Rifle regiment, 7 Jan., 1820. Maj. P. M., 7 Aug.. 1820. 

Killed in duel. 29 Aug., 1831. Bvt. Maj., 15 Aug., 1814, for gallant conduct in 

the defence of Fort Erie. 

BIDDLE, WM. S.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

2nd Lieut. 13th Inf.. 14 June, 1885. 1st Lieut. 14th Inf., 23 March, 1892. Capt., 2 

March, 1899. R. Q. M.. 1 Aug., 1899. 

BIGELOW. CHAS. H.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Eng.. 1 July. 1835. 2nd Lieut.. 30 June. 1837. 1st Lieut., 7 July, 

1838. Capt.. 16 June, 1839. * Resigned 25 April, 1846. Died 15 April. 1862. 
BIGELOW. EDWARD P. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. v ' 

Cadot at Mil. Acad., 1 July, 1861. to 23 Jan., 1862. 2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 14 July, 1862. 

1st Lieut.. 1 Oct.. 1862. Retired 10 Sept., 1863. 

BIGELOW. JOHN. Jr.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 10th Cav.. 15 June. 1877. 1st Lieut.. 24 Sept., 1883. Capt., 15 April, 

1893. Lieut. Col. 47th U. S. Vol. Inf., 17 Aug.. 1899 (declined). 

BIGELOW. MORTIMER O.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 10th Cav.. 12 June. 1895. 2nd Lieut., 13 June, 1895. Trans, to 8th 

Cav.. 22 June, 1895. 1st Lieut., 2 March, 1899. 
BIGGER. SAML. S. [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.] 

2nd Lieut. 19th Inf., 24 Oct., 1861. Resigned 7 July, 1862. 

BIGGS, HERMAN.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Inf., 1 July, 1856. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 31 July, 1856. 1st Lieut., 



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10 May, 1861. Capt. A. Q. M., 3 Aug., 1861. Resigned 9 Oct., 1865. Bvt. Maj., 
Lieut. Col. and Col., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious services during 
the war. Capt.. under Act of Congress 18 Jan., 1883. Retired 5 Feb.. 1883. Died 

11 Oct., 1887. 

BILL, EDMUND li. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from 111.] 

Capt. of Inf., 23 Feb., 1847; 16th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Died 12 Oct., 1847. 

BILL. JOSEPH H. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

1st Lieut. A. Surg.. 13 April, 1860. Bvt. Maj. and Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865, for 

faithful and meritorious service during the war. Capt. Asst. Surg., 13 April, 

1865. Maj. Surg., 28 July, 1866. Died 21 July. 1885. 

BILLINGS, AMOS A. [Born in Me. Appointed from Me.] 

1st Sergt. Co. E, 9th Inf., 23 March, 1847, to 4 May, 1848. 2nd Lieut. 9th Inf., 29 

March, 1848. Disbanded 20 July, 1848. 

BILLINGS. JOHN S. [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ohio.] 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg., 16 April, 1862. Bvt. Capt., Maj. and Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 

March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service during the war. Capt. Asst. 

Surg., 28 July, 1866. Maj. Surg., 2 Dec., 1876. Lieut. Col. and D. S. G., 6 June, 

1894. Retired for over 30 years' service 1 Oct., 1895. 

BINCKLEY, OHIO HARRISON. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Army.] 

Served as an enlisted man under the name of George Binckley. Priv. Troop D, 5th 
Cav., 10 July, 1860, to 2 Dec., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 15th Inf., 24 Oct., 1861. Resigned 10 
June, 1862. 

BINGHAM, GONZALES S. [Born in Fla. Appointed from Ind.l 

2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 10 Oct., 1883. Trans, to 9th Cav., 4 Aug., 1884. 1st Lieut. 6th 

Cav., 1 July, 1891. Trans, to 9th Cav., 20 July, 1891. Capt. A. Q. M., 18 May, 

1895. Maj. Chief Q. M. of Vols., 26 Nov., 1898. 

BINGHAM, HORATIO S. [Born in Canada. Appointed from Minn.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Minn. Cav., 23 Dec., 1863. Capt., 4 Jan., 1864. Mustered out 19 April, 

1866. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., 23 Feb., 1866. Killed 6 Dec., 1866, in action with In- 
dians near Fort Phil. Kearny, Dakota Ter. 

BINGHAM, JAMES W. [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

1st Lieut. IGtli Inf., 14 May, 1861. Died 9 Nov., 1862. 

BINGHAM, JUDSON D.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Ind.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 July, 1854. 1st Lieut., 12 March, 1856. Capt. A. Q. M., 13 
May, 1861. Lieut. Col. Q. M. (Act 17 July, 1862), 1 Jan., 1863. Vacated com- 
mission of 1st Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 Aug., 1863. Relieved as Lieut. Col. Q. M. (Act 
17 July, 1862), 1 Aug., 1864. Col. Q. M. (Act 4 July, 1864), 2 Aug., 1864. Bvt. 
Maj., Lieut. Col. and Col., 13 March. 1865, for faithful and meritorious service 
during the war. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 9 April, 1865, for faithful and meritorious 
service in the field during the war. Maj. Q. M., 29 July, 1866. Relieved as Col. 
Q. M. (Act 4 July, 1864). 1 Jan., 1867. Lieut. Col. Dep. Q. M. Gen., 3 March, 1875. 
Col. Asst. Q. M. G., 2 July, 1883. Retired by operation of law 16 May, 1895. 
BINGHAM, THEODORE A.* [Born in Conn. Appointed at Large.] 

2nd Lieut. Eng., 13 June, 1879. 1st Lieut., 17 June, 1881. Capt., 2 July, 1889. Maj., 
5 July, 1898. In charge of Public Buildings and Grounds, D. C., with rank of 
Col., 9 March, 1897. 

BINGHAM. THOMAS.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Drag., 1 July, 1850. 2nd Lieut., 10 Nov., 1851. Resigned 21 

March, 1854. Died in 1872. 

BINNEY, HORACE. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 118th Pa. Inf., 23 Aug., 1862. 1st Lieut., 20 Sept., 1862. Capt., 9 Aug., 

1864. Bvt. Maj. Vols., 1 June, 1865, for gallant conduct during the war. Mustered 
out 1 June, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 20th Inf., 22 Jan., 1867. Resigned 24 June, 1867. 

BINNING, WM. [Born in Scotland. Appointed from Army.] 

Friv., Corpl. and Sergt., Gen. Mtd. Ser., 14 March to 13 Oct., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 5th 

Cav., 9 Oct., 1865. 1st Lieut., 28 July, 1866. Died 1 Jan., 1868. 

BINNS, JOSEPH R. [Born in Minn. Appointed from Army.] 

Friv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. D, 7th Inf., 7 March, 1890, to 3 Nov., 1893. 2nd Lieut, 
of Inf. (1st), 7 Oct., 1893. Resigned 26 Oct., 1896. 

BIRCH, GEORGE. [Born in . Appointed from Penn.] 

Cornet Light Drag., 12 Dec.. 1808. 2nd Lieut., 1 Oct., 1809. 1st Lieut., 1 Nov., 
1811. Trans, to 7th Inf., 17 May, 1815. Capt., 31 Aug., 1816. Maj. 4th Inf., 8 
June, 1836. Died 26 Sept., 1837. Bvt. Maj., 31 Aug., 1826, for ten years' faithful 
service in one grade. 

BIRD, CHAS. [Born in Del. Appointed from Del.] 

1st Lieut. 1st Del. Vols., 20 May, 1861. Mustered out 16 Aug., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 2nd 

Del. Vols., 11 April, 1862. 1st Lieut., 1 Oct., 1862. Capt., 15 March, 1863. 

Mustered cut 30 June, 1864. Lieut. Col. 9th Del. Vols., 3 Sept., 1864. Mustered 

out 23 Dec., 1864. Lieut. Col. 1st U. S. Vet. Vols., 25 Jan., 1865. Col., 30 May, 

1865. Mustered out 19 Jan., 1866. 2nd Lieut. 14th Inf., 11 May, 1866. Trans, to 
23rd Inf., 21 Sept.. 1866. Bvt. 1st Lieut, and Bvt. Capt.. 2 March, 1867. for 
gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Fredericksburg, Va. Bvt. Maj., 
L March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Spottsylvauia, 
Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 2 March, 1867. for gallant and meritorious service in the 
Battle of Petersburg, Va., 20 June, 1864. 1st Lieut., 23 May, 1867. Capt. A. Q. M., 



14 March, 1882. Maj. Q. M., 14 Jan., 1895. Lieut. Col. Chief Q. M. Vols., 9 May, 
1898. Col. Q. M. Vols., 10 July, 1898. Discharged Vol. service, 13 May. 1899. 
BIRDSALL, BENJAMIN. [Born in . Appointed from N. Y.] 



Capt. 4th Rifles, 17 March. 1814. Trans, to Rifle Regiment, 17 May, 1815. Killed by 
a soldier, 12 July. 1818. Bvt. Maj., 15 Aug., 1814, for gallant conduct at the 
defence of Fort Erie. 

BIRDSALL, EGBERT B.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July, 1823. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1823. 1st Lieut., 17 

Feb., 1829. Capt. 8th Inf., 7 July, 1838. Died 4 March, 1845. 

BIRDSALL, LEWIS A. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Asst. Surg., 29 Dec., 1834. Discharged 23 Sept., 1842. 



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BIRDSALL. STEPHEN.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

3rd Lieut. 1st Art., 11 March, 1814. 2nd Lieut., 1 May, 1814. Trans, to Corps Art., 

TJ May, 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. Died 10 Feb.. 1858. 

BIRKHIMER. WM. E.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Iowa.] 

Priv. Co. M, 4th Iowa Cav., 21 March, 1864. Discharged 8 Aug., 1865. Cadet Mil. 

Acad., 1 Sept., 1866. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art, 15 June, 1870. 1st Lieut., 10 April, 1879. 

Capt., 10 Feb., 1898. Honor graduate of the Artillery School, 1873. Col. 28th U. S. 

Vols., 5 July, 1899. 

BIRMINGHAM, HENRY P. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Minn.] 

Asst. Surg., 18 Feb., 1881. Capt. Asst. Surg., 18 Feb.. 1886. Maj. Surg., 15 Dec., 

1898. Maj. Brig. Surg. Vols., 4 June, 1898. Discharged 20 Feb., 1899. 

BIRNEY, JAMES G. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Mich.] 

Sergt. Co. C, 7th Mich. Cav., 13 Nov., 1862. 2nd Lieut. 24 Jan., 1863. Capt. 31 March, 
1864. Trans, to 1st Mich. Cav., 9 Oct., 1865. Mustered out 6 June, 1866. 2nd Lieut. 
9th Cav., 28 July, 1866. 1st Lieut., 14 April, 1867. Capt., 1 Dec., 1869. Died 16 
Jan., 1870. Bvt. 1st Lieut, and Capt., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious 
service at the Battle of Gettysburg, Pa. 

BIRNIE, ROGERS.* [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

2nd Lieut. 13th Inf., 14 June. 1872. 1st Lieut., 18 Feb., 1874. R. Q. M.. 27 March to 

1 Aug., 1874. Trans, to Ord.. 13 June, 1878. Capt. (14 years' service), 14 June, 1886. 
Lieut. Col. Chief Ord. Officer Vols., 18 July, 1898. Discharged Vol. service 10 
April, 1899. 

BISBEE, WM. H. [Born in R. I. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Co. A, 2nd Batt. 18th Inf., 2 Sept., 1861. 1st Sergt., 2 Sept., 1861. Q. M. 
Sergt. 2nd Batt. 18th Inf., 1 Nov., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 18th Inf., 9 June, 1862. Bvt. 
1st Lieut., 31 Dec., 1862. for gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of 
Murfreesboro', Tenn. 1st Lieut. 18th Inf., 31 Dec., 1862. Bvt. Capt., 1 Sept., 1864, 
for gallant and meritorious service during the Atlanta campaign, and in the 
Battle of Jonesboro', Ga. Trans, to 27th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Capt., 21 Dec., 1866. 
Unassigned 14 June, 1869. Ass'd to 25th Inf., 5 July. 1870. Trans, to 4th Inf.. 27 
Oct., 1870. Maj. 17th Inf., 18 May, 1893. Trans, to 8th Inf., 7 Aug., 1895. Lieut. 
Col. 1st Inf., 4 May, 1897. Col. 13th Inf., 16 June, 1899. 

BISHOP, AUGUSTUS H. [Born in Del. Appointed from Del.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 1 July, 1899. 

BISHOP. HARRY G.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Ind.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 19th Inf.. 11 June, 1897. 2nd Lieut. 6th Art.. 17 Oct., 1899. 1st 
Lieut. 2nd Art., 17 Oct., 1899. Trans, to 6th Art., 29 Nov., 1899. 

BISHOP, HOEL S.*N [Born in Wis. Appointed from Wis.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Cav., 13 June, 1873. 1st Lieut., 14 June, 1879. Capt., 12 Dec., 1892. 

BISHOP, JOHN S. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Ind.] 

Sergt. Co. A, 68th 111. Vols., 27 May, 1862. 1st Lieut, and Adj. 68th 111. Vols., June 
4, 1862. Mustered out 26 Sept., 1862. Lieut. Col. 108th U. S. Col. Troops, 1 July, 
1864. Col., 16 Oct., 1865. Mustered out 21 March. 1866. 2nd Lieut. 30th Inf.. 7 
March, 1867. Trans, to 4th Inf., 23 March, 1869. Fnassigned 17 June. 1869. Ass'd 
to 13th Inf., 22 Nov.. 1869. 1st Lieut., 19 Jan., 1872. Capt., 1 March, 1887. Re- 
tired by operation of law 23 March, 1898. 

BISHOP, PERCY P. [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 9 July, 1898. 

BISSELL, CHAS. T. [Born in Mich. Appointed from Army.] 

1st Lieut. 5th Mich. Vols.. 8 Dec., 1861. Resigned 16 July, 1864. 1st Lieut. 1st Mich. 
Cav., 3 Aug., 1864. Bvt. Capt. Vols., 1 Aug.. 1864. for gallant and distinguished 
services at the Battle of Gettysburg, Pa., and in the lines before Petersburg, Va. 
Resigned 10 March, 1865. Priv. 5th Art., 20 March to 9 April, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 2nd 
Art., 9 April, 1865. 1st Lieut., 21 Nov., 1865. Discharged 23 Dec.. 1870. Bvt. 1st 
Lieut, and Capt., 9 April, 1865, for good conduct and gallant services during the 
war. 

BISSELL. DANIEL. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Ensign 1st Inf., 11 April, 1792. In 1st Sub. Legion, Dec., 1792. Lieut., Jan., 
1794. In 1st Inf., 1 Nov., 1796. Capt. 1 Jan., 1799. Lieut. Col. 1st Inf.. 18 Aug., 
1808. Col. 5th Inf.. 15 Aug., 1812. Brig. Gen., 9 March, 1814. Retained 17 May, 
1815, as Col. 1st Inf. Disbanded 1 June, 1821. Retained May, 1815 (in re-organi- 
zation under Act of 3 March, 1815), as Col. 1st Inf., with Bvt. of Brig. Gen. from 

9 March, 1814. 

BISSELL, GEORGE R.* [Born in Conn. Appointed from Mo.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art.. 1 July, 1853. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 2 Oct., 1853. 1st Lieut., 
12 May. 1855. Resigned 1 Sept., 1856. 

BISSELL. LEWIS. [Born in . Appointed from .] 

Ensign 1st Inf.. 12 Dec.. 1808. 2nd Lieut., 12 March, 1812. 1st Lieut.. 30 March, 
1814. Capt., 30 June, 1814. Trans, to 3rd Inf., 17 May, 1815. Resigned 3J March, 
1817. 

BISSELL, LYMAN. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

1st Lieut. Inf., 24 Feb., 1847. 1st Lieut. 9th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Capt., 8 Sept., 

1847. Disbanded 26 Aug., 1848. 1st Lieut. 9th Inf., 3 March. 1855. Capt.. 15 

March, 1861. Maj. llth Inf., 4 March, 1864. Trans, to 29th Inf.. 21 Sept.. 1866. 

Trans, to llth Inf., 15 March, 1869. Retired 31 Dec.. 1870. Died 22 Dec., 1888. 

BIXLEY, WM. H.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. Eng., 13 June, 1873. 1st Lieut., 9 Dec., 1875. Capt., 16 April, 1883. Maj.. 

2 Oct., 1895. 

BLACK, CHARLES S. [Born in Ireland. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Ast. Surg.. 3 Dec., 1883. Resigned 30 April, 1890. 
BLACK. HANSON B. [Born in Md. Appointed from W. Va.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Art, 9 July, 1898. 
BLACK, HENRY. M.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Bvt.. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 1 July, 1847. 2nd Lieut. 7th Inf.. 20 Aug., 1847. R. Q. M., 

10 Sept.. 1850. to 14 April. 1855. 1st Lieut. 9th- Inf.. 3 March, 1855. Capt.. 10 
Sept., 1856. Col. 6th Cal. Vols., 1 Feb., 1863. Maj. 7th Inf., 25 July, 1863. Bvt 



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Lieut. Col. and Col., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service during the 
war. Mustered out of Vol. service, 27 Oct., 1865. Lieut. Col. 4th Inf., 7 Oct., 1868. 
Unassigued 15 March, 1869. Ass'd to 18th Inf., 1 July, 1870. Col. 23rd Inf., 6 Feb., 
1882. Retired 15 Jan., 1891. Died 5 Aug., 1893. 

BLACK, SAML. W. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Army.] 

Cadet Mil. Acad., 1 July, 1863, to 15 Nov., 1864. Priv. 17th Inf., 28 Nov. to 2 Dec., 
1864. 2nd Lieut. 17th Inf., 2 Dec., 1864. 1st Lieut., 2 Dec., 1864. Capt., 6 July, 
1867. Died 29 Sept., 1867. 

BLACK, WM. M.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. Eug., 15 June, 1877. 1st Lieut., 31 March, 1880. Capt, 31 Dec., 1886. 
Maj., 18 May. 1H98. Lieut. Col. Chief Eng. Vols., 9 May, 1898. Discharged Vol. 
service 13 June, 1899. 

BLACK, WILLIAM. [Born in Iowa. Appointed from Iowa.] 

2nd Lieut. 24th Inf.. 1 Sept., 1879. 1st Lieut., 11 March, 1885. Capt., 26 April, 1898. 

Graduate of the Infantry and Cavalry School, 1895. 

BLACKALLER. HENRY M. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Ohio.] 

1st Lieut. 6th U. S. Col. Cav., 1 Nov., 1864. Capt. 9 March, 1866. Mustered out 15 

April, 1866. 1st Lieut. 9th Cav., 7 March, 1867. Died 12 July, 1867. 

BLACKBURN, JAMES. [Born in La. Appointed from La.] 

1st Lieut, of Inf., 5 March, 1847; 14th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Capt., 1 Oct., 1847. Dis- 
banded 25 July, 1848. Bvt. Capt., 13 Sept., 1847, for gallant and meritorious con- 
duct at Chapultepec. 

BLACKSTONE, THOMAS. [Born in Va. Appointed from Tenn.] 

Ensign 7th Inf., 10 Feb., 1812. 3rd Lieut., 12 March, 1813. 2nd Lieut., 26 Sept., 

1813. 1st Lieut., 15 May, 1814. Trans, to 7th Inf., 17 May, 1815. Capt., 31 May, 
1817. Disbanded 1 June, 1821. 

ELAINE. EPHRAIM. [Born in . Appointed from .] 

Asst. Surg., 17 Nov., 1829. Died 13 March, 1835. 

BLAINE, JOHN E. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Mil. Storekeeper Q. M. Dept., 16 June, 1868. Resigned 1 May, 1870. Maj. P. M., 3 

March, 1875. Died 21 April, 1887. 

BLAINE, MALNOR C. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Pa.] 

Priv. Co. H, 54th Ky. M. Inf., 1 Sept.. 1864. Discharged 1 Sept., 1865. Post Chap- 
lain, 16 June, 1880. Died 30 Nov., 1896. 

BLAIR. FRANCIS P.* [Born in Mo. Appointed from Mo.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 15 June, 1877. 2nd Lieut., 13 June, 1878. Resigned 1 

Sept., 1882. 
BLAIR, JAMES D. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Miss.] 

Capt. of Inf., 23 Feb., 1847; Voltigeurs, 9 April, 1847. Disbanded 31 Aug., 1848. 
BLAIR, MONTGOMERY.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July, 1835. Trans, to 2nd Art., 14 Aug., 1835. Re- 
signed 20 May, 1836. Died 27 July, 1883. 

BLAIR, THOMAS. | Born in Scotland. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Co. A. Batt. Eng., 7 April, 1865. Trans, to Co. D. 31 Aug., 1865. Artificer, 
1 Sept., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 15th Inf.. 22 May, 1867. 1st Lieut., 13 Oct., 1867. Capt., 
25 Aug., 1877. Dismissed 5 Aug., 1879. 

BLAIR. WM. B.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 July, 1838. 1st Lieut. 4 Nov., 1840. Capt. C. S., 27 Sept., 
1850. Resigned 14 May. 1861. Bvt. Capt., 18 April, 1847, for gallant and meritor- 
ious conduct at Cerro Gordo. 

BLAIR, WM. P. S. [Born in . Appointed from Ky.] 

Ensign 28th Inf., 20 May, 1813. 3rd Lieut. 2nd Rifles, 17 March, 1814. 2nd Lieut., 
21 July. 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. 2nd Lieut. Rifles, 17 Feb., 1817. 1st 
Lieut., 15 July, 1817. Disbanded 1 June, 1821. Died 3 Aug., 1828.. 

BLAKE, CHESLEY. [Born in Me. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. and Sergt. 9th Inf., 18 March, 1813, to July, 1814. Ensign 9th Inf., 12 July, 

1814. 3rd Lieut., 25 July, 1814. 2nd Lieut., 31 Oct., 1814. Trans, to 5th Inf., 17 
May, 1815. Resigned 1 May, 1816. 

BLAKE, CHAS. M. [Born in Maine. Appointed from Penn.] 

Chaplain U. S. Vols.. 13 Aug., 1861. Hosp. Chaplain Vols.. 4 June, 1862. Resigned 
21 July, 1863. Capt. 3rd U. S. Col. Troops. 26 July, 1863. Discharged 11 Aug., 
1864. Hosp. Chaplain Vols., 26 Sept.. 1864. Discharged 10 May, 1865. Post Chap- 
lain, Fort Whipple, Arizona, Ter., 17 May, 1866, to 10 June, 1867. Post Chaplain, 
3 April, 1867. Resigned 17 March, 1869. Restored to service, 2 Oct., 1878. Died 3 
June, 1893. 
BLAKE, EDMUND M.* [Born in S. C. Appointed from N. C.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Art.. 12 June, 1889. 1st Lieut. 4th Art., 21 Dec., 1895. 

BLAKE, EDWARD D.* [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf.. 1 July. 1847. 2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 17 Sept., 1847. 1st 

Lieut., 15 May. 1851. Capt., 17 Oct., 1860. Resigned 11 June, 1861. 

BLAKE, GEORGE A. H. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

1st Lieut. 2nd Drag.. 11 June, 1836. Capt., 3 Dec., 1839. Bvt. Maj., 17 Aug., 1847, 
for gallant and meritorious conduct in the affair of San Augustine, Mexico. Maj. 
1st Drag.. 23 July. 1850. Lieut. Col.. 13 May, 1861. Col. 1st Cav., 15 Feb., 1862. 
Bvt. Brig. Gen..' 13 March. 1865, for gallant and effective service during the 
Gettysburg campaign. Retired 15 Dec., 1870. Died 27 Oct., 1884. 

BLAKE. HENRY .T. [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt] 

2nd Lieut, llth Inf.. 1 May, 1812. 1st Lieut., 26 June, 1813. Capt., 1 Sept., 1814. 

Trans, to Corps Art., 17 May, 1815. Resigned 8 Feb., 1816. 

BLAKE. JACOB E.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf.. 1 July, 1833. 2nd Lieut., 31 July. 1836. 1st Lieut., 6 Sept., 

1837. 1st Lieut. Top. Eng.. 7 July, 1838. Accidentally killed- 9 May, 1846. 

BLAKE, JOHN Y. F.* [Born in Mo. Appointed from Ark.] 

2nd Lieut. 6th Cav., 12 June, 1880. 1st Lieut., 5 Oct.. 1887. Resigned 19 Aug., 1889. 

BLAKER, JOHN D. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Priv. and Corpl. Co. C, 3rd Pa. Res., 28 July, 1861. to 24 Nov.. 1862. 2nd Lieut., 3rd 



198 ARMY LIST 1815-1000. 

U. S. Col. Inf., 26 July, 1863. Resigned 28 May, 1864. 2nd Lieut. 9th Inf., 23 Feb., 
1866. 1st Lieut., 28 July, 1866. Resigned 21 April, 1868. 

BLAKEY, JOHN M. [Born in Va. Appointed from Vn.] 

1st Lieut, of Inf., 23 Feb., 1847; Voltigeurs 9 April. 1847. Disbanded 20 July. 1848. 

BLAKELEY, GEORGE.* [Born in Pa. Appointed from Pa.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art.. 11 June, 1892. 1st Lieut., 13 Feb., 1899. Graduate of the 

Artillery School, 1896. 

BLANCHARD, ALBERT G.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.1 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf.. 1 July, 1829. 2nd Lieut., 31 Aug., 1833. 1st Lieut.. 3n 
Oct., 1836. Resigned 1 Oct., 1840. Capt. Ind. Co., La., Vols., 15 May. 1846. Mus- 
tered out 16 May, 1847. Maj. 12th Inf., 27 May, 1847. Disbanded 25 July, 1848. 
BLANCHARD, SAWYER.* [Born in N. H. Appointed from X. T " 

Addl. 2nd Lieut, of \rt. (1st), 11 June, 1892. 2nd Lieut, of Art. (1st), 23 Dec., 1892, 

to rank from 11 June, 1892. 

BLANCHARD, WM. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., 14 Nov., 1861. 1st Lieut., 17 July, 1862. Resigned 6 July. 1865. 

BLANDIXG, JAMES D. [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.] 

2nd Lieut. S. C. Vols., 6 Dec., 1846. Capt. A. C. S., 4 Jan., 1847. Disbanded 31 Aug., 

1848. 

BLANDING, ORMSBY. [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.] 

2nd Lieut, of Inf., 5 March, 1847; 12th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Disbanded 25 July. 1848. 

BLANEY, GEORGE.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 4 March, 1815. 2nd Lieut.. 31 Oct.. 1816. 1st Lieut.. 12 Nov., 

1818. Capt.. 1 July, 1824. Died 15 May, 1835. Bvt. Maj., 1 July, 1834, for ten 

years' faithful service in one grade. 

BLANEY, JAMES R.* [Born in Del. Appointed from Del.] 

2nd Lieut. Corps Art., 1 July. 1819. Trans, to 4th Art., 1 June, 1821. 1st Lieut., 

11 Aug., 1823. Dismissed 27 Nov., 1826. Died in 1840. 
BLANTON, ALEXR. M. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Asst. Surg., 14 July. 1846. Disbanded 30 June, 1847. 

BLATCHFORD, RICHARD M. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut, llth Inf.. 10 Oct., 1883. 1st Lieut., 7 Dec., 1887. Capt., 26 April, 1898. 

Graduate of the Infantry and Cavalry School, 1887. 

BLAUVELT, WM. P. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Batty. D, 4th Art., 28 Feb., 1878, to 7 July, 1880. 2nd Lieut. 

15th Inf., 24 June, 1880. .1st Lieut., 26 Aug., 1890. Capt., 26 April, 1898. Graduate 

of the Infantry and Cavalry School, 1891. R. Q. M., 28 Aug., 1899. 

BLEDSOE. ALBERT T.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 1 July, 1830. Resigned 31 Aug.. 1832. . 

BLISS. ALEXANDER. [Born in Mass. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Capt. A. Q. M. Vols., 3 Feb., 1862. Capt. A. Q. M., 13 March, 1863. Lieut. Col. Q. M. 
Vols., 20 April, 1863. Col. Q. M. Vols., 7 May. 1866. to 1 Jan., 1867. Resigned 30 
March, 1868. Bvt. Maj. Lieut. Col. and Col., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meri- 
torious service during the war. 

BLISS, HORACE.* [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July, 1822. 1st Lieut., 31 Dec., 1827. Resigned 10 June, 1836. 

Died 7 Nov., 1878. 

BLISS, JOHN.* [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. II.] 

Ensign 2nd Inf., 1 March, 1811. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 1 March. 1811. 1st Lieut.. 20 
Jan., 1813. Capt. A. Dep. Q. M. G., 25 April, 1813. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. Died 
6 Dec.. 1822. 

BLISS. JOHN. [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

1st Lieut, llth Inf.. 12 March. 1812. Capt. 13 May. 1813. Trans, to 6th Inf.. 17 May. 

1815. Trans, to 3rd Inf., 31 Dec., 1821. Maj. 1st Inf., 15 July, 1830. Lieut. Col. 

6th Inf., 30 Sept., 1836. Resigned 6 Sept.. 1837. Bvt. Maj., 13 May, 1823, for ten 

years' faithful service in one grade. Died 22 Nov., 1854. 

BLISS. TASKER H.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 16 June, 1875. 1st Lieut., 1 July, 1880. Capt. C. S., 20 Dec., 
1892. Maj. C. S., 30 April, 189. Honor graduate of the Artillery School, 1884. 
Lieut. Col. Chief C. S. Vols., 9 May, 1898. Discharged 13 June, 1899. 

BLISS. WM. W. S.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. H.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 1 July, 1833. 2nd Lieut.. 31 March. 1834. 1st Lieut.. 21 
Sept., 1836. Bvt. Capt. A. A. G., 26 Oct., 1839. r'ant. 4th Inf.. 12 June. 1846. Bvt. 
Mai. A. A. G., 12 June, 1846. Died 5 Aug.. 1853. Bvt. Maj. 9 May. 1S4. for 
gallant and meritorious conduct at Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma. Bvt. Lieut. 
Col.. 23 Feb., 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct at Buena Vista. 

BLISS, ZENAS R.* [Born in R. I. Appointed from R. I.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 1 July, 1854. 2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 3 March, 1855. 1st 
Lieut., 17 Oct., 1860. Capt.. 14 May, 1861. Col. 10th R. I. Vols.. 26 May. 1862. Col. 
7th R. I. Vols., 21 Aug., 1862. Bvt. Maj., 13 Dec., 1862, for gallant and meritorious 
service in the Battle of Frederieksburg. Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 7 May, 1S04. for 
gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of the Wilderness. Va. Mustered 
out of Vol. service. 9 June. 1865. Maj. 39th Inf.. 6 Aug.. 1867. Trans, to 25th Inf., 
1.~> March, 1869. Lieut. Col. 19th Inf., 4 March, 1879. Col. 24th Inf.. 20 April. iss<{. 
Brig. Gen.. 25 April, 1835. Maj. Gen.. 14 May. 1S97. Retired on his own request 
after 40 years' service, 22 May, 1897. Medal of Honor for most distinguished gal- 
lantry in action at the Battle of Fredericksburg. Va., 13 Dec., 1862. on which 
occasion, to encourage his regiment (never before in action and ordered to lie 
down to partially protect itself from a deadly fire), he arose to his feet, advanced 
in front of the line and fired several shots at the enemy at short range, being fully 
exposed to their fire at the time; while serving as Col. 7th Rhole Island Vol Inf. 
BLOCKSOM, AUGUSTUS P.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

2nd Lieut. 6th Cav., 15 June. 1877. 1st Lieut., 15 Jan., 1884. Capt.. 10 Nov.. 1894. 
Bvt. 1st Lieut., 27 Feb., 1890, for gallant services in Action against Indians at Ash 
Creek, Arizona, 7 May, 1880. Maj. 27th U. S. Vols., 5 July, 1X!)!>. (declined). 



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BLODGETT, GARDNER S. [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

Capt. A. Q. M. Vols., 3 Aug., 1861. Capt. A. Q. M., 2 July, 1864. Resigned 14 Oct., 
1865. Bvt. Maj. and Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious ser- 
vice during the war. 

BLOOD, HOSE A. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Hosp. Surg. Mate, 6 July, 1812. Hosp. Surg., 5 May. 1813. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. 

Reinstated 3 May, 1816, as Post Surg. Died 12 Sept., 1816. 
BLOOD, \VM. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Ind.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Drag., 9 April, 1847. Disbanded 31 July, 1848. 

BLOODGOOD, EDWARD. [Born in Me. Appointed from Wis.] 

Sergt. Maj. 1st Wis. Inf.. 17 May, 1861. Mustered out 21 Aug., 1861. Capt. 1st Wis. 
Inf., 18 Oct., 1861. Resigned 4 Aug., 1862. Lieut. Col. 22nd Wis. Inf., 1 Sept., 1862. 
Dismissed 9 Oct., 1863. Reinstated 28 Dec., 1863. Col. 12 May, 1865. Mustered out 
12 June, 1865. Capt. 38th Inf., 28 July, 1866. Trans, to 24th Inf., 11 Nov., 1869. 
Dismissed 6 Dec., 1869. Reinstated 28 March, 1870. Mustered out 1 Jan., 1871. 
Bvt. Maj., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious- service in the Battle of Re- 
saca. Gn. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the 
Savannah campaign. 

BLOODGOOD. WM.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 1 July, 1824. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 1 July, 1824. 1st Lieut., 

28 Dec., 1832. Resigned 31 Dec., 1836. Died 1 Aug., 1874. 

BLOOM, JACOB E.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 13 June, 1873. 1st Lieut., 28 April, 1875. Resigned 1 Jan., 1880. 

BLOW. WM. N., Jr. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

2nd Lieut. 15th Inf., 30 Oct., 1884. 1st Lieut. 1st Inf., 22 Oct., 1891. Trans, to 15th 

Inf., 5 Nov., 1891. Capt., 2 March, 1899. 

BLUE, URIAH. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 12 July. 1799. Discharged 15 June, 1800. In 2nd Inf.. 16 Feb., 
1801. Disbanded 1 June, 1802. 1st Lieut. 7th Inf., 3 May, 1808. Capt., 9 May, 1809. 
Mai. 39th Inf., 13 March. 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. Reinstated 2 Dec., 1815, 
as Capt. 8th Inf. Resigned 3 Dec., 1816. Retained 2 Dec., 1815 (in re-organization 
under Act of 3 March, 1815), as Capt. 8th Inf., with Bvt. of Maj. from 13 March, 

1814. Died May, 1836. 

BLUNT. ALBERT C.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Texas.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 11 June, 1881. 2nd Lieut. 5th Art., 30 Oct., 1881. 1st 

Lieut., 10 Aug., 1887. Capt., 2 March, 1899. Graduate of the Artillery School, 1886. 

BLUNT, ASA P. [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

1st Lieut. Adj. 3rd Vt. Vols., 20 June, 1861. Mustered out 31 Aug.. 1861. Lieut. Col. 

6th Vt. Vols., 15 Oct., 1861. Mustered out 18 Sept., 1862. Col. 12th Vt. Vols., 4 Oct., 

1862. Mustered out 14 July. 1863. Capt. A. Q. M. Vols.. 29 Feb.. 1864. Bvt. Maj., 
Lieut. Col. and Col Vols., 9 June, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service. Bvt. 
Brig. Gen. Vols., 13 March, 1863, for faithful and meritorious service. Col. Q. M. 
(Act 4 July, 1864), 31 July, 1866, to 1 Jan., 1867. Capt. A. Q. M., 28 March, 1867. 
Vacated commission of Capt. A. Q. M. Vols., 9 April, 1867. Bvt. Maj., 28 March, 
1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Lee's Mill, 16 April. 1862. 
Bvt. Lieut. Col.. 28 March. 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle 
of Savage Station, Va. Bvt. Col.. 28 March, 1867, for meritorious service during 
the war. Maj. Q. M., 30 Sept., 1889. Died 4 Oct., 1889. 

BLUNT, CHAS. E.* [Born in N. H. Appointed at Large.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 1 July. 1846. 2nd Lieut., 28 Feb., 1848. 1st Lieut., 2 Feb., 
1854. Capt.. 1 July, 1860. Maj., 3 March, 1863. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 30 June. 1866, for 
long and faithful service. Bvt. Col., 30 June, 1866. for meritorious service during 
the war. Lieut. Col. Eng., 7 March. 1867. Col., 30 June, 1882. .Retired, over 30 
years' service, 10 Jan., 1887. Died 10 July, 1892. 

BLUNT, J. Y. MASON. [Born in D. C. Appointed from Md.l 

2nd Lieut. 10th Inf., 26 Feb., 1885. Trans, to 5th Cav., 4 Nov., 1886. 1st Lieut., 11 
Dec.. 1893. Trans, to 3rd Cav., 24 Oct., 1896. Graduate of the Infantry and 
Cavalry School, 1887. Capt. A. Q. M. Vols., 26 Nov., 1898. 

BLUNT, MATTHEW M.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 1 July, 1853. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 30 Sept.. 18o3. 1st Lieut.. 
31 March. 1855. Capt. 12th Inf., 14 May, 1861. Bvt. Maj.. 1 July, 1862, for gallant 
and meritorious service in the Battle of Malvern Hill, Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 
Dec., 1862, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Fredericksburg. Va. 
Bvt. Col., 19 June, 1864. for gallant and meritorious service in front of Petersburg, 
Va. Maj. 7th Inf., 30 July. 1865. Trans, to 14th Inf., 15 March. 1869. Lient. Col. 
25th Inf., 7 Oct., 1874. Col. 16th Inf., 3 July, 1883. Retired, operation of law, 13 
Aug.. 1894. 

BLUNT, STANHOPE E.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 13th Inf., 14 June, 1872. 1st Lieut., 27 March, 1874. Trans, to Ord., 1 

Nov., 1874. Capt., 24 April, 1880. Maj., 7 July. 1898. 

BOARD. BUCKNER.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1838. 1st Lieut., 1 Aug., 1838. Resigned 31 March, 1840. 

Col. 2nd Ky. Cav., 9 Sept., 1861. Resigned 25 Dec., 1862. 

BOARDMAN. ELIJAH. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Cornet Lieut. Drag., 13 June. 1808. 2nd Lieut., 15 Feb., 1809. 1st Lieut.. 3 May, 

1810. Capt., 1 Aug.. 1813. Trans, to 26th Inf., 21 April, 1814.. Disbanded 15 June, 

1815. Reinstated 2 Dec.. 1815. as 1st Lieut. 6th Inf. Capt., 31 March, 1817. Trans, 
to 2nd Inf., 1 June, 1821. Died 22 March, 1832. Retained 2 Dec., 1815, (in re- 
organization under Act of 3 March, 1815), as 1st Lieut. 6th Inf.. with Bvt. of 
Capt. from 1 Aug., 1813. Bvt. Maj., 31 March, 1827, for ten years' faithful service 

BODAMER. JOHN* A. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Musician and Priv. Co. B. 21st N. Y. Vols.. 12 May, 1861. Mustered out 18 May, 

1863. Priv. and Sergt. Co. B, and Sergt. Maj. 24th N. Y. Cav., 22 Dec., 1863, to 
24 Mar, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 1st Prov. N. Y. Cav., 24 May. 1865. Mustered out 19 



200 ARMY LIST 1815-1900. 

July, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 10th Cav., 7 March, 1867. 1st Lieut., 11 Deo., 1867. Dis- 
charged 1 Dec., 1870. 
BODFISH, CHAS. N. [Born in Me. Appointed from Me.] 

Capt. of Inf.. 23 Feb., 1847; 9th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Bvt. Maj. 20 Aug., 1847. Dis- 
banded 26 Aug., 1848. Bvt. Maj.. 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct 
at Contreras and Ohurubusco. Died 16 March, 1865. 
BODFISH, SUMNER H.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Ga.] 

Friv. Co. D, 46th Mass. Vols., 25 Sept., 1862, to 30 May, 1803. Priv. Co. A, 2nd Mass. 

Art., 28 April to 16 Sept., 1863. Cadet Mil. Acad.. 16 Sept.. 1863. 2nd Lieut. 6th 

Cav., 15 June, 1868. Reg. Adj., 27 Nov., 1869, to 31 Aug., 1870. Discharged 1 Jan., 

1871. 

BOECKLIN. WERNER. [Born in Switzerland. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Capt. 19th Inf., 28 Oct., 1861. Resigned 7 July, 1864. 
BOEH>1, PETER M. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Montana Ter.] 

Priv. Gen. Mounted Ser., 3 July, 1858. Bugler Co. B, 2nd Cav., 20 April, 1861. Dis- 
charged 3 July, 1863. Priv. Gen. Ser., 3 Sept., 1863. Discharged 1 March. 1865. 2nd 
Lieut. 15th N. Y. Cav., 1 March, 1865. Mustered out 4 Oct., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 
4th Cav., 1 May, 1866. 1st Lieut., 27 Sept., 1866. Capt., 1 May, 1873. Retired 
1 March, 1878. Medal of Honor for most distinguished gallantry in action at Diu- 
widdie Court House, Va., 31 March, 1865, while acting as A. de C. to Gen. Custer, 
in taking a flag from the hands of the color bearer, riding in front of a line that 
was being driven back by the enemy, and, under a heavy tire, rallying the men, 
re-forming the line, and repulsing the charge; while serving as 2nd Lieut. 15 New 
York. Cav. Vols. Bvt. Capt., 27 Feb., 1890, for gallant services in action against 
Indians on the Brazos River, Texas., 28 and 29 Oct., 1869; special gallantry in 
action on the same river, 10 Oct., 1871: and gallant conduct in action against 
Indians on the Red River, Tex., 29 Sept., 1872. 
BOGARDUS. EDGAR. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from 111.] 

Capt. of Inf.. 23 Feb., 1847; 14th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Disbanded 25 July, 1848. 
BOGARDUS, STEPHEN H. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Corpl. and Sergt. Co. C, 5th N. Y. Vols., 9 May to 16 Dec.. 1861. 2nd Lieut. Purnell 
Legion Md. Vols., 30 Nov.. 1861. 1st Lieut., 2 Jan., 1863. Mustered out 24 Oct., 
1864. Capt. 192nd N. Y. Vols., 28 March, 1865. Bvt. Maj. Vols., 13 March, 1865. 
for faithful and meritorious service during the war. Mustered out 28 Aug., 1865. 
2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 4 May, 1866. Unassigued 23 March, 1869. Re-ass' d to 4th Inf., 
14 July, 1869. Mustered out 1 Jan., 1871. 
BOGART, ISAAC H. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Mil. Storekeeper Ord. Dept., 24 May, 1837. Resigned 1 April, 1841. 
BOGGS, WM. M. [Bora in Penn. Appointed from Penu.] 

Priv. Co. F, 114th Pa. Vols., 30 July, 1862, to 14 Feb.. 1865. 2nd Lieut. 57th U. S. 
Col. Inf.. 15 Feb., 1865. Resigned 4 April, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 38th Inf., 28 July, 

1866. Resigned 17 July, 1867. 

BOGGS, FRANK C., Jr.* [Born in N. J. Appointed from Pa.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 26 April, 1898. 2nd Lieut., 5 July, 1898. 1st Lieut., 7 

Feb.. 1900. 

BOGGS, WM. R.* [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Top. Eng., 1 July, 1853. Trans, to Ord., 28 June, 1854. 2nd Lieut., 

31 Dec., 1854. 1st Lieut., 7 Nov., 1856. Resigned 1 Feb.. 1861. 

BOICE, THEODORE A. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Sergt. Co. A, 5th N. Y. Cav., 15 Aug., 1861. 1st Lieut., 2 Jan., 1863. Capt.. 2 April, 

1864. Maj., 13 Oct., 1864. Lieut. Col.. 30 Jan.. 1865. Mustered out 19 July. 1865. 

Served as Priv., Sergt. and 1st Sergt. Troop G, 2nd Cav., 30 Sept.. 1865, to 14 May, 

1807, under name of Guy Traver. 1st Lieut. 9th Cav., 28 July, 1866. Capt., 31 July, 

1867. Cashiered 16 July, 1869. 

BOIES, JUSTUS A. [Born in Mass. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Priv. Co. A, 71st N. Y. Militia, 20 April to 21 June, 1861. 1st Lieut. 13th Inf., 14 

May, 1861. Died 28 June, 1863, of wounds received at Vicksburg. Bvt. Capt.. 28 

June, 1863, for gallant and meritorious service in action in front of Vicksburg, 

Miss. 

BOLD, JOHN. [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.] 

2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 27 June, 1848. Died 25 May, 1852. 
BOLLES, ASA.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 17 June, 1862. Died 21 April, 1863. 

BOLLES, FRANK C.* [Born in 111. Appointed from Mo.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad., 17 June, 1891. to 19 Jan., 1894. Re-appointed 17 Feb.. 1894. 
Addl. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf.. 12 June, 1896. 2nd Lieut. 18th Inf., 6 Jan., 1897. 1st 
Lieut. 6th Inf., 11 Jan., 1899. 

BOLTON, EDWARD C. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from the Army.l 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. G. 23rd Inf., 21 Aug.. 1891. to 20 Aug.. 1894. Priv. and 
Corpl. Co. H, 19th Inf., 7 Oct., 1894, to 16th Nov., 1899. 2nd Lieut. 17th Inf.. 1 
Oct., 1899. 

BOLTON. EDWIN B.* [Born in Miss. Appointed from Miss.] 

2nd Lieut. 23rd Inf., 16 June, 1875. 1st Lieut.. 15 Feb.. 1884. Reg. Adj. 1 April. 1886, 
to 31 March, 1890. Capt. 23rd Inf., 21 Oct., 1891. Trans, to 16th Inf., 28 Oct., 
1899. 

BOMFORD, GEORGE.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Cadet Mil. Acad., 24 Oct., 1804, to 30 June, 1805. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 1 July, 1805. 1st 
Lieut., 30 Oct., 1806. Capt., 23 Feb., 1808. Maj. A. C. O.. 18 June, 1812. Maj. Eng.. 
6 July, 1812. Lieut. Col. Ord., 9 Feb., 1815. Trans, to 1st Art., 1 June. 1821. Col. 
Chief of Ord., 30 May. 1832. Died 25 March. 1848. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 22 Dec.. 1814, 
for distinguished service in the Ord. Dept. Bvt. Col., 9 Feb., 1825, for ten years' 
faithful service In one grade. 

BOMFORD, GEORGE N. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Army.] 

1st Lieut. 42nd N. Y. Vols., 28 June, 1861. Capt.. 19 Feb., 1862. Lieut. Col., 2 Aug., 

1862. Mustered out 16 March, 1863. Priv. Co. D. 1st Batt. 15th Inf., 25 Aug., 1864. 



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Sergt. Co. D. 9 Sept., 1864. 2nd Lieut, and 1st Lieut., 7th Inf., 12 Nov 1864 Bvt 
Capt, 2 March, 1867. for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Antletam, 
Md. Bvt. Maj., 2 March. 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle 
of Frederieksburg. Va. Trans, to 18th Inf.. 28 Nov., 1871. taking rank from 28 
July, 1866. Capt., 6 Feb., 1882. Retired for disability 21 June, 1890. Died 5 

ORD: GEORGE N. t Born in S. C. Appointed from the Army.] 

I'riv. Cos. D and M. 5th Inf., 15 May, 1896, to 6 July, 1898. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf 22 

June, 1898. 1st Lieut.. 2 March, 1899. 

BOMFORD. JAMES V.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from D. C.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 1 July, 1832. 2nd Lieut., 6 Oct.. 1834 1st Lieut 8th Inf 

7 July, 1838. Capt., 4 March, 1845. Bvt. Maj., 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant and 
meritorious conduct in the Battles of Contreras and Churubusco. Bvt Lieut Col 

8 Sept., 1847. for gallant and meritorious conduct in the Battle of Molino del Rev 
Maj. 6th Inf.. 17 Oct.. 1860. Lieut. Col. 16th Inf., 10 Jan., 1862. Bvt. Col 8 Oct 
1862, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Perrvville Ky Col 8th 
Inf., 18 May, 1864. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 March. 1865, for faithful and effective 
service. Retired 8 June, 1874. Died 6 Jan., 1892. 

BOM US, PETER S.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N Y 1 

2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 15 June, 1870. 1st Lieut.. 5 June, 1876. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 27 Feb , 
1890, for gallant services in action against Indians at the Mazatzal Mountains 
Arizona, 13 Dec.. 1872. Capt., 26 March, 1888. 

BONAPARTE, JEROME N.* [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Mounted Rifles, 1 July, 1852. 2nd Lieut., 3 Aug., 1853. Resigned 

16 Aug., 1854. 

BOND, ADOLPHUS F.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Ohio ] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf.. 1 July, 1851. 2nd Lieut., 23 Feb.. 1852. 1st Lieut 3 March 

1855. Capt., 6 June, 1861. Retired 1 Dec., 1863. Died 16 April, 1866. 
BOND, JOHN L. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

2nd Lieut. 19th Inf., 1 May, 1899. 

BONESTEEL, CHAS. H.* [Born in Conn. Appointed from Dakota.! 

2nd Lieut. 21st Inf.. 15 June. 1876. 1st Lieut., 17 July, 1883. R. Q. M., 25 March 

1888, to 28 Feb.. 1889. Capt., 27 June, 1897. 

BONHAM, MILLEDGE L. [Born in S. O. Appointed from S C } 

Capt. S. C. Vol. in Fla. war, 9 April to 7 July, 1836. Lieut. Col. Inf., 3 March, 1847: 

12th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Col., 12 Aug., 1847. Disbanded 25 July, 1848. 

BONIFACE. JOHN J. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Troops A and K, 6th Cav., 22 Jan., 1892, to 30 May. 1894. 
Priv. Troops A and I, 6th Cav., and H, 4th Cav., 22 Jan., 1896, to 6 July, 1898. 2nd 
Lieut. 17th Inf.. 22 June, 1898. Trans, to 4th Cav., 7 Jan., 1899. 

BONNAFFON, AUGUSTUS B. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Corpl. 12th Fa. Vols., 25 April. 1861. Maj. 78th Pa. Vols., 18 Oct., 1861. Lieut. Col., 

25 July, 1864. Col.. 26 March, 1865. Discharged 27 Dec., 1865. 

BONNAFFON, SYLVESTER. Jr. [Born in Pa. Appointed from Pa.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. 99th Pa. Vols., 14 Dec., 1861, to 1 Aug., 1862. 2nd Lieut. 99th 
Pa. Vols., 1 Aug.. 1862. 1st Lieut.. 18 June, and Capt., 10 Oct., 1864. Bvt. Maj. 
U. S. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious services at the Battle of 
Boydton Plank Road. Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meri- 
torious service during the war. Discharged 1 July. 1867. 2nd Lieut. 31st U. S. 
Inf., 22 May, 1867. (declined^. Awarded Medal of Honor for "distinguished gal- 
lantry in action at the Battle of Boydton Plank Road, Va.," 10 Oct.. 1864. 
BONNAFFON, SYLVESTER. 3rd. [Born in Pa. Appointed from Pa.] 

2nd Lieut. 13th Inf., 1 Aug., 1899. 

BONNE AU, RICHARD V.* [Born in S. C. Appointed from Ala.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July, 1852. 2nd Lieut., 3 March, 1855. Resigned 2 

March, 1861. 

BONNELL, JOSEPH.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf.. 1 July, 1825. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July, 1825. 1st Lieut., 

15 July, 1831. Capt. 8th Inf., 7 June, 1838. Died 27 Sept., 1840. 

BONNE VILLE, BENJAMIN L. E.* [Born in France. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Light Art., 11 Dec., 1815. 2nd Lieut., 15 Jan., 1817. 2nd Lieut. 8th 

Inf., 10 March. 1819. 1st Lieut., 9 July, 1820. Trans, to 7th Inf., 1 June, 1821. 

Dropped 31 May, 1834. Reinstated 19 April, 1836. Maj. 6th Inf., 15 July, 1845. 

Lieut. Col. 4th Inf.. 7 May, 1849. Col. 3rd Inf., 3 Feb., 1855. Retired 9 Sept., 1861. 

Died 12 June, 1878. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious 

service at Coutreras and Churubusco. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 March, 1865, for long 

and faithful service in the army. 

BONNE Y, SETH. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

^Priv Co. C, 6th Mass. Vols., 16 May, 1861. Mustered out 2 Aug.. 1861. 2nd Lieut., 
26th Mass. Vols., 3 Sept., 1861. 1st Lieut., 11 Feb., 1863. Capt. 11 Dec., 1864. 
Mustered out 26 Aug.. 1865. 1st Lieut. 27th Inf., 28 July, 1866. Capt., 11 Nov.. 
1868. Unassigned 14 June, 1869. Ass'd to 13th Inf., 1 Jan., 1871. Resigned 1 April, 
1872. Priv. Co. 1, 13th Inf., 24 Jan., 1879. Discharged 11 Nov., 1879. 
BONNYCASTLE. HENRY C. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

2nd Lieut. 20th Inf., 9 July, 1898. 1st Lieut. 23rd Inf., 26 March, 1899. 

BONNYCASTLE, JOHN C. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Cadet Mil. Acad., 1 July, 1843, to 9 July, 1846. 1st Lieut, Adj. Gal. Vols.. 1 Aug., 

1846. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 27 June, 1848. 1st Lieut., 5 Aug., 1853. Capt. A. Q. M., 

1 Feb., 1861. Resigned 30 May, 1861. Died 29 Oct., 1884. 

BONSALL, SAMUL. W. [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 9 April, 1866. 1st Lieut, 1 Oct., 1867. Resigned 1 Nov., 1872. 
BOOGE, AARON J. [Born in Conn. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Chaplain, 16 June, 1813. Disbanded 1 June, 1815. Reinstated 3 May, 1816. Dis- 
banded 14 April, 1818. 

BOOKER, JACOB J.* [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 1 July, 1843. 2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 1 June, 1845. 1st Lieut, 
10 Sept., 1847. Died 26 June, 1849. 



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BOOKMILLER, EDWIN V.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

L'IH! Lieut. 2nd Inf., 12 June, 1889. 1st Lieut. 9th Inf., 10 July, 1896. Capt. 16th 

Inf., 8 July, 1899. Trans, to 9th Inf., 29 Aug., 1899. 

BOONE, NATHAN. [Born In Ky. Appointed from Mo.] 

Capt. Mo. Rangers, 25 March. 1812. Maj.. 10 Dec., 1813. Discharged June. 1815. 

Capt. Mounted Rangers, 16 June, 1832. Capt. 1st Drag., 15 Aug., 1833. Maj., 16 

Feb., 1847. Lieut. Col. 2nd Drag., 25 July, 1850. Resigned 15 July, 1853. Died 12 

Jan., 1857. 

BOOTE. WM. R. [Born in N. H. Appointed from .] 

Ensign and 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 10 July, 1797. 1st Lieut., 16 July. 1798. Capt., 15 
Nov., 1800. Trans, to 2nd Inf., 1 April, 1802. Maj. 6 July, 1812. Col. I. G., 
6 April, 1813. Lieut. Col. 2nd Inf., 13 Dec., 1813. Disbanded 15 June. 1815. 
BOOTES. JOHN S. [Born in D. C. Appointed from D. C.] 

1st Lieut. 12th Inf., 14 May, 1861. Resigned 7 Feb., 1863. 

BOOTES, LEVI C. [Born in D. C. Appointed from Army.1 

Priv. Co. F, Mounted Rifles. 19 June, 1846. Sergt., 1 Aug., 1846. Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 
6th Inf., 28 June, 1848. 2nd Lieut., 28 Sept., 1848. 1st Lieut.. 9 June. 1853. Capt., 
5 June, 1860. Bvt. Maj., 1 July, 1862, for gallant and meritorious service in the 
Battle of Malvern Hill, Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 Dec., 1862, for gallant and meri- 
torious service in the Battle of Fredericksburg. Va. Bvt. Col.. 2 July, 1863. for 
gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Gettysburg. Pa. Maj. 17th Inf., 
20 Sept., 1863. Trans, to 26th Inf.. 21 Sept., 1866. Unassigned 15 March. 1869. 
Ass'd to 20th Inf.. 15 Dec.. 1870. Lieut. Col. 25th Inf., 1 Jan., 1871. Retired 7 
Oct., 1874. Died 18 April, 1896. 

BOOTH, CHAS. A. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Capt. A. A. G. Vols., 20 June. 1863. Bvt. Maj. Vols. and Bvt. Lieut. Col. Vols., 13 

March, 1865. for faithful and meritorious service during the war. Mustered out 

10 Feb.. 1866. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf.. 7 March, 1867. 1st Lieut., 1 March. 1878. Capt. 

A. Q. M., 9 Feb., 1883. Maj. Q: M., 21 Aug., 1896. 

BOOTH. CHAS. A.* [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.l 

2nd Lieut. 7th Inf.. 14 June, 1872. 1st Lieut., 15 April, 1878. Capt., 19 June, 1891. 

Maj. 6th Inf.. 15 Jan., 1900. 

BOOTH, JOHN C.* [Born in Ga. Appointed at Large.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 July. 1848. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 31 May, 184D. 1st Lieut., 

25 Nov., 1853. Resigned 1 May, 1856. Died 6 Sept., 1862. 

BOOTH, OLIN R. [Born in Conn. Appointed from the Army.} 

Priv. and Corpl. Troop E, 7th Cav., 10 Oct., 1895. to 9 Oct.. 1898. Priv. Gen. Ser., 

17 Oct., 1898, to 12 April, 1899. 2nd Lieut, llth Inf., 5 April, 1899. 

BOOTH. WM. L.* [Born in Va. Appointed from D. C.I 

3rd Lieut. Corps Art.. 21 July. 1814. Trans, to Corps Art., 17 May. 1815. 2nd Lieut., 

16 July, 1816. 1st Lieut., 25 April, 1818. Trans, to 3rd Art.. 1 June. 1821. Trans. 

to 4th Art., 16 Aug., 1821. Resigned 21 July, 1822. Died 20 Oct., 1868. 

BOOTH, WM. L. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Ky.] 

Asst. Surg. 10th Inf., 22 May, 1847. Disbanded 28 Dec.. 1849. 

BORDEN, GEORGE P. [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.] 

Priv. Co. C. 121st N. Y. Vols.. 25 July, 1862. Discharged 12 Oct.. 1863. Cadet Mil. 

Acnd.. 16 Sept., 1863, to 23 Jan.. 1864. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 1 Oct., 1866. 1st Lieut., 

4 Sept., 1878. Capt., 20 Feb., 1891. Maj. 3rd Inf., 8 Sept., 1899. Trans, to 5th Inf., 

3 Nov.. 1899. 

BORDEN, WM. C. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Asst. Surer.. 3 Dec.. 1883. Capt. A. Surg.. 3 Dec.. 1888. Mai. Brig. Surg. Vols., 4 

June, 1898. Honorably discharged from Vols.. 31 March, 1899. 
BORLAND. HAROLD.* [Born in N. C. Appointed from Ark.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 1 July, 1860. Resigned 31 March. 1861. 

BORROWE. WM. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art.. 15 Nov.. 1861. 1st Lient.. 1 Aug., 1863. Dismissed 8 March, 

1865. Reinstated 26 July, 1865. Mustered out 1 Jan.. 1871. 
BORTHWICK, WM. A. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Ponn.] 

2nd Lieut. 6th Cav., 9 May, 1867. 1st Lieut., 25 Nov., 1867. Died 12 June. 1872. 
BORT'P HENRY D.* [Born in Minn. Appointed from Minn.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 15 June, 1876. Trans, to Ord.. 13 Sept.. 1879. 1st Lient.. 13 
Sept., 1879. Cant.. 15 June. 1890. (14 vears' service). Lieut. Col. Ch. Ord. Off. 
Vols., 18 July, 1898, to 16 March, 1899. * 

BOSOFE. JOSEPH. [Born in . Appointed from La.l 

2nd Lieut. 1st Art.. 12 April. 1813. Trans, to Corps Art.. 12 May. 1814. Resigned 28 
Feb., 1815. 2nd Lieut. Marine Corps. 28 Feb.. 1815. Reinstated as 2nd Lieut. Corps 
Art.. 2 Dec., 1815, to rank from 12 April, 1813. Dropped 8 Sept., 1817. Reinstated 
3 Feb., 1818. Resigned 31 Aug.. 1818. 

Trans, to Corps Art., 17 May, 1815. Resigned 30 Sept., 1815. 

BOSWELL. BEN.7N. D. [Born in Ind. Appointed from Iowa.] 

1st Sergt. Co. I, W. Va. Vols.. 1 Aug., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 4th AY. Va. Vols.. 11 Nov., 

1861. 1st Lieut.. 8 Dec.. 1862. Capt.. 1 March. 1863. Maj. 2nd W. Va. Vot. Vols., 

29 Dec., 1864. Mustered out 16 July. 1865. 2nd Lieut. 29th Inf., 18 June. 1867. 

Bvt. 1st Lieut., 18 June. 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Siege of 

Vicksburg, Miss. Bvt. Capt.. 18 June. 1867. for meritorious service during the 

war. Trans, to llth Inf., 25 April, 1869. 1st Lieut., 8 Feb., 1877. Retired 28 June, 

1878. 

BOSWORTH. FELIX G. [Born in La. Appointed from La.] 

Maj. P. M., 3 March. 1847. Died 9 June, 1847. 

BOSWORTH, GEORGE B. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Priv. Co. B, 8th N. Y. Militia, 24 May to 2 Aug.. 1861. Maj. 87th N. Y. Vols., 15 

Oct., 1861. Resigned 15 July. 1862. Maj. 16th N. Y. Cav., 9 Jan.. 1864. 3rd N. Y. 

Prov. Cav., 23 June, 1865. Mustered out 21 Sept., 1865. 1st Lieut. 9th Cav., 31 

July, 1867. Mustered out 1 Jan., 1871. 



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BOTH WELL, JOHN R. [Born in 111. Appointed from Army.l 

Priv. and Corpl. Co. H, 2nd Batt. 12th Inf., 21 Nov., 1861, to 11 June, 1864. 2nd 

Lieut. 4th Inf., 18 May, 1864. 1st Lieut., 11 Feb., 1865. Unassigned 23 March, 

1860. Ass'd to 8th Inf., 10 Dec., 1869. Trans, to 5th Inf., 18 Jan., 1870. Cashiered 

29 Dec., 1870. 

BOTTOMS, SAM. F.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Texas.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 10th Inf., 11 June, 1897. 2nd Lieut. 6th Art., 8 March, 1898. 1st 

Lieut. 7th Art., 5 April, 1900. 
BOTTS. ARCHIBALD B.* [Born in Va. Appointed at Large.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 1 July, 1846. Died 1 Jan., 1847. 

BOTTSFORD, CHAS. E. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Co. D, 18th N. Y. Cav., 17 Aug., 1863. Discharged 23 June, 1864. Priv., Corpl. 
and Sergt. Co. A, 10th Inf., 4 Jan., 1865, to 13 June, 1867. 2nd Lieut. 10th Inf., 
20 May, 1867. 1st Lieut., 28 June, 1878. Died 29 Nov., 1884. 

BOUGHTON, DANIEL H.* [Born in Minn. Appointed from Iowa.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Cav., 11 June, 1881. 1st Lieut., 27 Jan.. 1885. Capt., 5 April, 1899. 

Honor graduate of the Infantry and Cavalry School, 1887. 

BOULD. JOSEPH. [Born in England. Appointed from Army.] 

Friv., Corpl. and 1st Sergt. Troop A, 6th Cav., 29 Aug., 1861, to 8 June, 1863. 2nd 

Lieut. 6th Cav., 1 June, 1863. Resigned 25 Feb., 1865. 

BOURKE, JAMES C.* [Born in Wis. Appointed from Mo.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 12 June, 1887. 2nd Lieut. 5th Art., 9 Dec., 1887. Re- 
signed ir> June, 1889. 

BOURKE, JOHN G.* [Born in Penn. Appointed at Large.] 

Priv. Co. E, 15th Penn. Cav., 12 Aug., 1862. Trans, to Co. D. 1 March, 1863. Dis- 
charged 5 July, 1865. Cadet Mil. Acacl., 17 Oct., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Cav,, 15 
June, 1869. 1st Lieut., 17 May, 1876. Capt. 26 June, 1882. Died 8 June, 1896. 
BOURNE, WM. R. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Priv. Co. C, 44th N. Y. Vols., 26 Aug., 1861. 1st Sergt. Co. K. 1 Oct., 1861. 2nd 
Lieut. 44th N. Y. Vols., 14 May, 1862. 1st Lieut., 18 Dec., 1862. Capt., 11 Jan., 
1863. Mustered out 9 Oct., 1863. Capt. Vet. Res. Corps, 30 Oct., 1863. Bvt. Maj. 
Vols., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service during the War. 
Mustered out 10 Jan., 1867. 2nd Lieut. 42nd Inf.. 28 July, 1866. Bvt. 1st Lieut.. 
2 March. 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Gettysburg, 
Penn. 1st Lieut. 42nd Inf.. 10 Sept., 1868. Unassigned 22 April, 1869. Retired with 
rank of Capt., 15 Dec., 1870. 

BOUTELLE. FRAZIER A. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from the Army.] 

Q. M. Sergt. Co. A, 5th N. Y. Cav.. 15 Aug., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 5th N. Y. Cav., 5 
Nov., 1862. 1st Lieut., 2 April, 1864. Discharged 31 Aug., 1864. Capt. 5th N. Y. 
Cav., 10 Jan., 1865. Discharged 19 July, 1865. Priv., Corpl., Sergt. and Sergt. Maj. 
1st Cav., 12 Feb., 1866, to 12 Feb., 1869. 2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 2 Jan., 1869. 1st 
Lieut., 31 July, 1873. Capt., 24 April, 1886. Retired for disability 27 Aug., 1895. 
Bvt. 1st Lieut, for gallantry in actions against Indians at Lost River, Ore., 29 
29 Nov.. 1872, and conspicuous gallantry and meritorious conduct during the whole 
Modoc War. 

BOUTELLE. HENRY M. [Born in Wash'n. Appointed from Wash'n.] 

2nd Lieut., 3rd Art., 9 July, 1898. Trans, to 14th Inf., 24 Dec., 1898. Trans, to 3rd Art 

. 1899. Killed in action 2 Nov., 1899, near Manila, Philippine Islands. 

BOUTON. ROBT. A. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

1st. Lieut, of Inf., 23 Feb., 1847; 10th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Disbanded 24 Aug.. 1848. 
BOWDOIN, GEORGE R. J.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

(Graduate as George R. Sullivan.) Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 1 July, 1829. Resigned 

31 Aug.. 1832. Died 14 March, 1870. 
BOWEN, ACHILLES.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Tenn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 1 July, 1850. Resigned 1 Dec., 1850. 
BOWEN. EDWARD C.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Wis.] 

2nd Lieut, and 1st Lieut. 12th Inf., 23 June, 1865. R. Q. M., 16 Oct., 1865, to 11 
Aug., 1866. Trans, to 30th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Reg. Adj., 1 Sept. to 10 Nov., 1868. 
Capt., 22 Feb., 1869. Unassigned 23 March, 1869. Ass'd to llth Inf.., 1 Jan., 1871. 
Retired 7 June, 1879. 

BOWEN. ISAAC.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art.. 1 July. 1842. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 7 Oct., 1842. 1st Lieut., 

:', March, 1847. Capt. C. S., 27 Sept., 1850. Died 3 Oct., 1858. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 23 

Sept., 1846, for gallant and meritorious conduct at Monterey. Bvt. Capt., 23 Feb., 

1847. for gallant and meritorious conduct at Buena Vista. 

BOWEN. JOHN S.* [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Mounted Rifles, 1 July, 1853. 2nd Lieut., 20 July, 1854. Resigned 

1 May, 1856. 

BOWEN, NICOLAS.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Top. Eng., 1 July. 1860. 2nd Lieut., 15 May, 1861. 1st Lieut., 6 

Aug., 1861. Lieut. Col. A. A. G. Vols., 23 Jan., 1863. to 3 July, 1865. Capt. Eng., 3 

(March, 1863. Maj., 7 March, 1867. Died 11 July, 1871. Bvt. Capt., 24 May, 1862, 
for gallant and meritorious service during the reconnaissance near New Bridge, 
Va. Bvt. Maj., 25 Nov., 1863, for gallant and meritorious service during the Siege 
of Knoxville, Tenn. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 3 June, 1864, for gallant and meritorious 
service at the Battle of Cold Harbor, Va. Bvt. Col., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and 
meritorious service during the war. 
BOWEN, WM. H. C. [Born in N. Mex. Appointed from Maine.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 15 Oct., 1875. 1st Lieut., 30 Nov., 1879. Capt., 7 March, 1893. 
BOWER, WM. H. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y. 1 

Sergt. Battv L, 1st N. Y. Light Art.. 18 Sept., 1861. Discharged 10 Nov., 1862. 2nd 
Lieut. N. Y. Light Art., 5 June, 1863. Resigned 31 Oct., 1863. 2nd Lieut. Vet. Res. 
Corps, 15 Nov., 1863. 1st Lieut, 21 Feb.. 1865. Mustered out 30 June, 1866. 2nd 
Lieut. 45th Inf., 22 Jan., 1867. Unassigned 22 July, 1869. Ass'd to 14th Inf., 
5 Aug., 1869. Dismissed 3 Aug., 1871. 



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BOWERMAN. RICHD. N. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Corpl. Co. G, 7th N. Y. Militia, 26 April to 3 June, 1861. 1st Lieut, llth N. Y. Vols.. 
11 July, 1861. Capt., 4 Oct., 1861. Mustered out 19 April, 1862. Lieut. Col. 4th 
Md. Vols., 1 Aug., 1862. Col., 4 April, 1863. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 1 April, 1865, 
for gallantry and good conduct at the Battle of Five Forks, Va. Mustered out 31 
May, 1865. Lieut. Col. 31st Inf., 28 July, 1866. Resigned 6 June, 1867. 

BOWERS, GEORGE. [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.I 

Cadet Mil. Acad., 1 July to 30 Nov., 1834. 1st Lieut, of Inf., 11 March, 1847: 9th 
Inf., 9 April, 1847. Capt., 4 Dec., 1847. Disbanded 26 Aug., 1848. Bvt. Capt., 20 
Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct at Contreras and Churubusco 
Lieut. Col. 13th N. H. Vols., 23 Sept.. 1862. Resigned 30 May, 1863. Mai. Vet. Res. 
Corps, 15 Nov., 1863. Mustered out 7 Nov., 1865. Died 14 Feb., 1883. 

BOWERS, THEODORE S. [Born in Penn. Appointed from 111.] 

Priv. Co. G, 48th 111. Vols., 25 Oct., 1861. 1st Lieut., 24 March, 1862. Capt A. de C. 
Vols., 1 Nov., 1862. Maj. J. A. Vols., 19 Feb., 1863. Lieut. Col. A. A. G. Vols. 30 
Aug., 1863, to 6 March, 1866. Capt. A. Q. M., 29 July, 1864. Maj. A. A. G., 6 
Jan., 1865. Killed by railroad accident, 6 March, 1866. Bvt. Lieut. Col. and Col., 
13 March, 1865; for faithful and meritorious services during the war. Bvt. Brig. 
Gen., 9 April, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service in the field during the 
war. 

BOWES, JOHN R.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

3rd LJeut. Ord., 1 July. 1819. 2nd Lieut., 10 Oct., 1819. Trans, to 2nd Art.. 1 June 
1821. Trans, to 4th Art., 16 Aug., 1821. Resigned 1 Aug., 1822. Died in 1825. 

BOWIE, GEORGE W. [Born in Md. Appointed from Iowa.] 

1st Lieut. 8th Inf., March, 1847. 1st Lieut. 15th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Capt., 20 July, 
1847. Disbanded 4 Aug., 1848. Bvt. Maj., 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious 
conduct at Contreras and Churubusco. Col. 5th Cal. Vols., 8 Nov., 1861. Bvt. Brig. 
Gen. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service. Mustered out 14 
Dec., 1864. 

BOWKER, HUGH D. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Priv. Co. C, 13th Ohio Vols., 6 May, 1861. Discharged 6 June, 1861. Corpl. Co. D, 
8th Ohio Vols., 7 June, 1861. Discharged 26 Aug., 1862. Priv. and Sergt. Vet. Res. 
Corps, 24 July, 1863, to 16 Jan., 1865. 1st Lieut. 122nd U. S. Col. Troops, 17 Jan., 
1865. R. Q. M., 8 Dec., 1865. to 8 Feb., 1866. Mustered out 8 Feb., 1866. 1st 
Lieut. 45th Inf., 22 April, 1867. Unassigned 22 July, 1869. Ass'd to 13th Inf., 

I Sept., 1869. Unassigned 7 May, 1870. Retired 15 Dec.. 1870. 

BOWLEY, ALBERT J.* [Born in Cal. Appointed from Cal.} 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 11 June, 1897. 2nd Lieut. 5th Art., 10 Feb., 1898. Trans. 

to 4th Art., 12 April, 1898. 1st Lieut., 2 March, 1899. 

BOWMAN, ALEXR. H.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 1 July. 1825. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1825. 1st Lieut.. 21 Jan., 

1835. Capt., 7 July, 1838. Maj., 5 Jan., 1857. Lieut. Col., 3 March, 1863. Died 

II Nov., 1865. 

BOWMAN, ALPHEUS H. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Capt. 91st Peun. Vols., 3 Dec., 1861. Out of service 12 Sept., 1862. Capt. 91st Perm. 
Vols., 22 Dec., 1862. Discharged 23 Sept., 1863. Priv. Co. L, 3rd Peun. Art., 24 
Dec., 1863. 1st Sergt., 24 Jan., 1864. Discharged 21 March, 1864. 2nd Lieut. 2nd 
Penu. Vol. Art., 21 March, 1864. 1st Lieut., 1 Sept., 1864. Mustered out 9 Nov., 
1865. 2nd Lieut. 27th Inf., 28 July, 1866. 1st Lieut.. 5 March. 1867. Trans, to 9th 
Inf., 14 June, 1869. Capt., 19 May, 1881. Maj. 2nd Inf., 30 June, 1898. 

BOWMAN, ANDREW W.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.} 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 1 July, 1841. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 30 April. 1842. 1st Lieut., 
21 Sept., 1846. R. Q. M.. 28 March, 1847, to 30 April, 1852. Capt., 6 June, 1852. 
Maj. 9th Inf., 7 June, 1862. Lieut. Col. 31st Inf.. 6 June, 1867. Died 17 July. 1869. 
Bvt. Capt., 18 April, 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct in the Battle of 
Cerro Gordo, Mexico. 

BOWMAN, CHAS. S.* [Born in Fla. Appointed at Large.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 1 July, 1860. 2nd Lieut.. 2 Dec., 1860. 1st Lieut., 25 April, 

1861. 4th Cav., 3 Aug., 1861. Capt., 17 July, 1862. Died 13 Jan., 1868. Bvt. Maj., 
20 Feb., 1864, for gallant and meritorious service in the Cavalry Expedition in Miss. 

BOWMAN. FRANCIS L. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

1st Lieut. Pa. Vols., 16 Dec., 1846. Maj. 18 Dec., 1846. Mustered out 8 Aug., 1848. 

Capt. 9th Inf., 3 March, 1855. Resigned 10 Sept., 1856. 

BOWMAN. JAMES M.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Peun.] 

Bvt. 3rd Lieut. Mounted Rangers, 1 July, 1832 Bvt. 2nd Lieut., 1st Drag., 14 Aug., 

1833. 2nd Lieut., 30 June, 1835. 1st Lieut., 15 Oct.. 1836. Died 21 July. 1839. 
BOWMAN. WILLIAM. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Army.] 

2nd Lieut. 21st Inf., 12 March, 1812. 1st Lieut., 4 Aug., 1814. Discharged 15 June, 
1815. Priv. and Sergt. Troop D and Sergt. Maj. 1st Drag., 25 March. 1835. to 2t> 
Aug., 1837. 2nd Lieut. 1st Drag., 1 Aug., 1837. 1st Lieut., 27 June, 1842. Died 8 
Oct., 1844. 

BOYCE, MICHAEL C. [Born in Maine. Appointed from Army. 1 

Priv., Corpl., Sergt. and 1st Sergt. Cos. E and A. 10th Inf., 23 March, 1858, to 17 July. 

1862. 2nd Lieut. 10th Inf., 17 July, 1862. Died 28 July, 1863, of wounds received in 
Battle of Gettysburg, Fenu. 

BOYCE, PATRICK, [Born in Ireland. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. F, 8th Inf., 15 April, 1861, to 1 April, 1863. 2nd Lieut. 

8th Inf., 19 Feb., 1863. 1st Lieut., 14 Jan., 1866. Resigned 19 July, 1866. 
BOYCE, WM. M.* [Born in Md. Appointed from Peuu.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 1 July. 1822. 1st Lieut., 30 June, 1825. Capt., 25 Oct., is:',.-,. 

Resigned 14 Nov., 1836. Killed 29 Aug., 1855, in a railVoad accident. 

BO YD, AUGUSTUS. [Born in Peun. Appointed from Penu.] 

1st Lieut. 19th Inf., 14 May, 1861. Capt. A. Q. M., 30 May. 1861. Resigned 15 Oct., 

1864. Bvt. Maj., 10 Oct., 1864. for faithful and valuable service during the War. 

Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and valuable service during the 

war. 






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OYD. CARLILE. [Born in Ireland. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th N. Y. Vols., 9 May, 1861. 1st Lieut., 5 Sept., 1861. Capt., 6 Dec., 

1861. Maj., 1 Jan., 1863. Mustered out 14 May, 1863. Maj. Vet. Res. Corps, 17 
Sept., 1863. Lieut. Col., 29 Sept., 1863. Mustered out 30 June, 1866. Capt. 44th 
Inf., 28 July, 1866. Bvt. Maj., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service 
in the Battle of Gaines' Mill, Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and 
meritorious service in the Battle of Groveton, Va. Trans, to 17th Inf., 27 Mav 
1869. Wholly retired 22 March, 1879. Died 22 March, 1883. 

BOYD, CHARLES T.* [Born in Iowa. Appointed from Iowa.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 7th Cav., 12 June, 1896. 2nd Lieut. 4th Cav., 14 Jan., 1897. Maj. 

37th U. S. Vols., 5 July, 1899. 

BOYD, GEORGE W. [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

3rd Lieut. 4th Inf., 16 April, 1813. 2nd Lieut., 9 March, 1814. Trans, to 1st Inf., 
17 May, 1815. Trans, to Corps Art., 20 June, 1816. 1st Lieut., 20 April, 1818. Re- 
signed 2 June, 1818. 
BOYD, JOSEPH B.* [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1839. Resigned 31 Dec., 1841. Died 17 June, 1845. 
BOYD, ORSEMUS B.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Corpl. Co. I, 89th N. Y. Vols.. 16 Sept., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 144th N. Y. Vols., 27 Sept., 

1862. Resigned 14 Feb., 1863. Cadet Mil. Acad., 1 July, 1863. 2nd Lieut. 8th Cav., 
17 June, 1867. 1st Lieut., 13 Oct., 1868. R. Q. M., 1 Sept., 1880, to 1 Sept., 1881. 
Capt. 26 June, 1882. Died 23 July, 1885. 

BOYLE, ARCHIBALD. [Born in Scotland. Appointed from Mass.] 

1st Lieut. 39th Inf., 21 May, 1867. Trans, to 25th Inf., 20 April, 1869. Dismissed 

20 Dec., 1871. 

BOYLE. JUAN A. [Born in Md. Appointed from Neb.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. B, 22nd Inf., 31 Aug., 1897, to 23 Jan., 1899. 2nd Lieut. 

15th Inf., 7 Jan.. 1899. Trans, to 21st Inf., 30 March, 1899. 

BOYLE, LLEWELLYN. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.l 

2nd Lieut, of Inf., 20 March, 1847; 15th Inf., 9 April, 1847. 1st Lieut., 23 May, 1848. 

Disbanded 20 July, 1848. 

BOYLE, WM. H. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.. 

2nd Lieut. 5th N. Y. Art., 28 June, 1862. 1st Lieut., 27 Dec., 1864. Mustered out 
9 March, 1865. Capt. 5th N. Y. Art., 25 March, 1865. Maj., 20 May, 1865. Mustered 
out 19 July, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 10 May, 1866. 1st Lieut., 15 Aug., 1867. 
Unassigned 17 April, 1869. Ass'd to 21st Inf., 15 Dec., 1870. Capt., 23 April, 1877. 
Maj. 9th Inf., 25 March, 1898. Trans, to 21st Inf., 26 Sept., 1898. Lieut. Col. 19th 
Inf., 5 May, 1899. 

BOYNTON, BENJAMIN A. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 29th Inf., 30 April, 1813. 1st Lieut., 25 Nov., 1813. Reg. Adj., March, 

1814, to June, 1815. Trans, to 2nd Inf., 17 May, 1815. Capt. 8 Jan., 1823. Died 19 

Feb., 1837. Bvt. Maj., 8 Jan., 1833, for ten years' faithful service in one grade. 

BOYNTON, EDWARD C.* [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 July, 1846. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 16 Feb., 1847. 1st Lieut., 

120 Aug.. 1847. Resigned 16 Feb., 1856. Capt. llth Inf., 23 Sept., 1861. Trans, to 
29th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Unassigned 25 April, 1869. Ass'd to 3rd Art., 15 Dec., 
1870. Resigned 1 Dec., 1872. Bvt. Capt., 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious 
service at Contreras and Churubusco. Bvt. Maj., 13 March, 1865, for faithful service 
during the war. 
BOZEMAN, JAMES F. [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.] 






Asst. Surg., 8 Sept., 1847. Disbanded 20 July, 1848. 
CKETT, ALBERT G. [Bon 

2nd Lieut. 4th Ind. Vols., 1 June, 1847. 1st Lieut., 18 June, 1847. Mustered out 



BRACKETT, ALBERT G. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Ind 



'iJ 



July, 1848. Capt. 2nd Cav., 3 March, 1855. Col. 9th 111. Cav., 26 Oct., 1861. Bvt. 
Maj., 28 June, 1862, for gallant and meritorious service in the campaign in Arkansas. 
Maj. 1st Cav., 17 July, 1862. Bvt. Lieut. Col. 1 Sept., 1864, for gallant and meri- 
torious service during the Atlanta campaign. Mustered out of Vol. service 26 Oct., 
1864. Bvt. Col., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service during the war. 
Lieut. Col. 2nd Cav., 9 June, 1868. Col. 3rd Cav., 20 March, 1879. Retired, over 30 
years' service, 18 Feb., 1891. Died 25 June, 1896. 
BRACKETT, JOHN E.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 July, 1832. Resigned 31 Aug., 1833. Capt. 2nd N. Y. 

Vols., 1 Aug., 1846. Mustered out 15 Aug., 1848. Died 25 Jan., 1855. 
BRADBURY, LUCIUS.* [Born in Maine. Appointed from Maine.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 1 July, 1835. Resigned 1 Oct., 1835. Died 25 June, 1850. 
BRADEN, CHAS.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Cav., 15 June, 1869. 1st Lieut., 9 Dec., 1875. Retired 28 June, 1878. 
Bvt. 1st Lieut., 27 Feb., 1890, for gallant and meritorious services against Indians 
in the Big Horn River, Mont., 11 Aug., 1873, where he was severely wounded. 
BRADFORD, EDMUND.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July, 1837. 1st Lieut., 25 June, 1841. Resigned 20 May, 1849. 
BRADFORD, EDMUND G. [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Miss.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 27 June, 1848. Resigned 30 June, 1849. 

BRADFORD. HENRY C. [Born in Ala. Appointed from Ala.] 

1st Lieut, of Inf., 8 March, 1847; 13th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Resigned 31 Dec., 1847. 

Died 3 April, 1879. 

BRADFORD, JAMES A. J.* [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Art., 1 July, 1827. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1827. Capt. Ord., 30 

May, 1832. Resigned 1 May, 1861. 

BRADFORD, JAMES H. [Born in Del. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. 1st Batty 1st Del. Light Art., 20 Oct., 1862. Discharged 18 Nov., 1862. Priv. 

Co. , 17th Inf., 18 Nov., 1862. 2nd Lieut. 17th Inf., 18 Nov., 1862. 1st Lieut., 1 

May, 1863. Bvt. Capt., 1 Aug., 1864, for gallant service in the Battle of Spottsyl- 
vania and during the campaign before Richmond, Va. Capt. 17th Inf., 1 Dec., 1865. 
Trans, to 26th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Unassigned 19 May, 1869. Ass'd to 19th Inf., 



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16 Aug., 1869. Maj. llth Inf., 24 Feb., 1891. Lieut. Col. 17th Inf., 16 Aug., 1894.3 
Retired for disability 27 Aug., 1896. 

BRADFORD, JAMES H. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Surg. Mate 9th Inf., 14 April. 1812. Maj. Surg. 3rd Art., 3 Oct., 1813. Rejected by 
Senate In 1814. 2nd Lieut. Light Art., 28 Oct., 1818. Dismissed 13 Aug., 1819. Died ' 
28 Feb., 1863. 
BRADFORD, JAMES H., Jr.* [Born in La. Appointed from Ariz.] 

2nd Lieut. 19th Inf., 26 April, 1898. 1st Lieut., 2 March, 1899. 

BRADFORD, ROBT. E. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Priv. Co. F, 2nd Ohio Vols., 17 April to 31 July, 1861. Priv. 16th Ohio Batty, 20 Aug., 
1861, to 2 Aug., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 15th Inf., 6 June, 1867. 1st Lieut., 14 May, 
1868. Dismissed 13 Dec., 1871. 

BRADFORD, THOMAS C.* [Born in R. I. Appointed from R. I.) 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Ord., 24 June, 1861. 1st Lieut., 3 Aug., 1861. Capt., 3 March. 18(. 
Died 12 Jan., 1872. Bvt. Maj., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service 
in the Ord. Dept. 

BRADFORD, WM. [Born in Va. Appointed from Ky.] 

Capt. 17th Inf., 12 March, 1812. Maj. 21st Inf., 20 Aug., 1814. Maj., 10 Nov., 1818. 

Retained as Capt. 7th Inf., 1 June, 1821. Maj. 4th Inf., 6 Oct., 1822. Resigned 1 

May. 1824. Retained 17 May, 1815 (under Act of 3 March, 1815), as Capt. of Rifles, 

with Bvt. of Maj., from 20 Aug., 1814. 

BRADFORD, WM. [Born in N. C. Appointed from N. C.] 

2nd Lieut. Mounted Rangers, 6 Nov., 1832. 2nd Lieut., 1st Drag., 19 Sept., 1833. Acci- 
dentally killed himself 17 March, 1834. 

BRADFORD, WM. S. [Born in N. H. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. of Co. H, 5th Inf., 17 April, 1834, to 11 April, 1837. Priv., 

Corpl. and Sergt. Co. A, 6th Inf., 27 Aug., 1838, to 22 Aug., 1843. Priv. and Sergt. 

Co. E and Q. M. Sergt. 7th Inf., 1 Jan., 1844, to 31 July, 1848. Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 7th 

Inf., 28 June, 1848. Resigned 31 Oct., 1848. 

BRADFORD, WM. S. [Born in Del. Appointed from Del.] 

2nd Lieut. 17th Inf., 10 April, 1899. 

BRADFUTE, WM. R. [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

1st Lieut. 1st Tenn. Vols., 28 May, 1846. Mustered out 23 May, 1847. Capt. 3rd 
Teim. Vols., 24 Sept., 1847. Mustered out 24 July, 1848. Capt. 2nd Cav., 3 March, 
1855. Resigned 21 March, 1861. 

BRADLEY, ALFRED E. [Bora in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Asst. Surg., 29 Oct.. 1888. Capt. Asst. Surg., 29 Oct., 1893. Maj. Brig. Surg. Vols., 

4 June. 1898. Discharged from Vols. 01 Nov., 1899. 

BRADLEY, BRADFORD. [Born in La. Appointed from La.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 3 March, 1819. 1st Lieut., 30 Nov., 1820. Disbanded 1 June, 1821. 

BRADLEY, CHAS. A.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 9th Cav., 15 June, 1877. Resigned 1 June, 1880. 

BRADLEY, CHAS. O. [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

1st Sergt. Co. I. N. H. Vols., 20 April, 1861. Discharged 9 Aug., 1861. Capt. 13th 
N. H. Vols., 19 Sept., 1862. Mustered out 10 June, 1864. Capt. 1st N. H. Art., 17 
Sept., 1864. Mustered out 15 June, 1865. 2nd Lieut, and 1st Lieut, llth Inf.. 23 
Feb., 1866. Trans, to 20th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Capt., 25 Aug., 1874. Died 14 May. 
1887. 

BRADLEY, GEORGE W. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Capt. A. Q. M. Vols., 26 Nov., 1862. Lieut. Col. Q. M. (Act 17 July, 1862). 17 Sept., 

1864. to 6 Nov., 1864. Col. Q. M. (Act 4 July, 1864), 7 Nov., 1864. Bvt. Maj. Lieut. 
Col. and Col., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service during the war. 
Capt. A. Q. M., 4 Nov., 1865. Vacated commission of Capt. A. Q. M. Vols., 14 Nov., 

1865. Relieved as Col. Q. M. (Act 4 July, 1864), 18 Oct., 1866. Died 20 Feb., 1882. 
BRADLEY, HEZEKIAH. |Born in Va. Appointed from Ind. . 

Ensign 2nd Inf., 12 Dec., 1808. 2nd Lieut., 1 Jan., 1810. 1st Lieut., 15 Aug., 1812. 

Capt., 19 April, 1814. Trans, to 3rd Inf., 17 May, 1815. Died 18 March, 1826. Bvt. 

Maj., 19 April, 1824, for ten years' faithful service in one grade. 

BRADLEY, JAMES H. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Priv. 14th Ohio Vols., 23 April to 13 Aug., 1861. Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. F, 45th 

Ohio Vols., 19 Aug., 1862. Mustered out 5 Julv, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 18th Inf., 23 Feb., 

1866. 1st Lieut., 29 July, 1866. Trans, to 7th Inf., 28 Nov., 1871. Killed in action 
with Indians in Montana Ter., 9 Aug., 1877. 

BRADLEY, JOHN. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. and Sergt. llth Inf. and Sergt. Maj. 6th Inf., 11 Oct., 1814, to 19 Oct., 1819. 

2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 28 Jan., 1820. 1st Lieut, 2 Oct., 1822. Trans, to 2nd Inf., 30 

July, 1823. Capt., 21 July. 1834. Resigned 30 June, 1839. Bvt. Capt., 2 Oct., 1832, 

for ten years' faithful service in one grade. 

BRADLEY. JOHN J.* [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 14th Inf., 12 June, 1891. 1st Lieut., 26 April, 1898. Capt. A. Q. M. Vols., 

16 July, 1898. 

BRADLEY, LUTHER P. [Born in Conn. Appointed from 111.] 

Lieut. Col. 51st 111. Vols., 15 Oct., 1861. Col.. 15 Oct., 1862. Brig. Gen. Vols., 30 July. 
1864. Resigned 30 June, 1865. Lieut. Col. 27th Inf., 28 July. 1866. Bvt. Col., 2 
March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Chickamau^a, 
Ga. Bvt. Brig. Gen.. 2 March, 1867. for gallant and meritorious service in the Bat- 
tle of Resaca, Ga. Trans, to 9th Inf., 15 March, 1869. Col. 3rd Inf.. 20 March, 1879. 
Trans, to 13th Inf., 34 June, 1879. Retired bv op. of law 8 Dec., 1886. 
BRADLEY, THEODORE. '[Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. J.] 

Priv. and Corpl. Co. F, 8th Inf.. 6 May to 1 Nov., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 24 Oct., 

1861. 1st Lieut., 25 July, 1863. Resigned 6 May, 1864. 

BRADLEY, THOS. H. [Born in 111. Appointed from Mo.] 

Friv. Co. F. 2nd Mo. Cav.. 16 Dec., 1861. Capt. A. A. G. Vols.. 6 June. 1863. Maj. 

A. A. G. Vols., 1 May. 1865. 2nd Lieut, llth Inf.. 11 May, 1866. Mustered out of 

Vol. service, 1 Sept., 1866. Bvt. 1st Lieut, and Bvt. Capt., 2 March, 1867, for faith- 



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ful and meritorious service during the war. 1st Lieut, llth Inf., 12 Aug., 1868. 
Unass'd 14 April, 1869. Ass'd to 21st Inf., 15 Dec., 1870. Capt., 17 Sept., 1883. Re- 
tired, over 30 years' service, 15 Dec., 1892. 
IRADLEY, WM. A. [Born In D. C. Apopinted from D. C.] 

Asst. Surg., 22 Oct., 1861. Died 27 Feb., 1869. Bvt. Capt. and Bvt. Maj., 13 March. 

1865, for faithful and meritorious service during the War. 

BRADY, ABRAM. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.) 

2nd Lieut. Corps Art., 13 Aug., 1819. Disbanded 1 June, 1821. 
BRADY, ALLEN G. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Conn.] 

Lieut. Col. 3rd Conn. Vols., 14 May to 12 Aug., 1861. Capt. 17th Conn. Vols., 28 Aug., 

1862. Maj., 29 Aug., 1862. Resigned 21 Oct., 1863. Maj. Vet. Res. Corps, 23 Nov., 

1863. Bvt. Lieut. Col. and Col. Vols., 7 Aug., 1865, for meritorious service during 
the war. Mustered out 15 Dec., 1866. 1st Lieut. 43rd Inf., 28 July, 1866. Appoint- 
ment expired 4 March, 1867. 

BRADY, CHAS. B. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Priv. and Corpl. Co. I and Com. Sergt. 2nd Drag.. 8 March, 1858, to 8 March, 1863. 

Sergt. Gen. Serv., 18 April. 1863, to 1 April, 1864. 2nd Lieut. 5th Cav., 16 Nov., 

1866. 1st Lieut., 11 Aug., 1867. Discharged 30 Nov., 1870. Died 8 Jan., 1885. 
BRADY, EBENEZER W. [Born In Ohio. Appointed from lowa.J 

Chap. 116th Ohio Vols., 27 Sept., 1862. Resigned 18 Oct., 1864. Post Chap., 19 Feb., 

1884. Died 9 Sept., 1886. 

BRADY, EDWARD W.* [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.} 

2nd Lieut. 6th Cav., 15 June, 1869. Discharged 29 Dec., 1870. 

BRADY, FRANCIS W. |Born in . Appointed from Pen".] 

Ensign 35th Inf., 5 April, 1814. 3rd Lieut., 1 May, 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. 
2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 19 Feb., 1817. 1st Lieut., 31 July, 1817. R. Q. M., Oct., 1817, 
to 2 Sept., 1818. Capt., 31 Dec., 1820. Resigned 30 April, 1831. 

BRADY, GEORGE K. [Born in Peun. Appointed from Penn.] 

Priv. Co. B, 12th Penn. Vols., 25 April. 1861. Discharged 8 July, 1861. 1st Lieut. 

14th Inf., 14 May, 1861. R. Q. M., 1 Jan., 1862, to 10 June, 1864. Capt., 10 June, 

1864. Bvt. Maj., 18 Aug., 1864, for gallant service during the operations on the 
Weldon Railroad, Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious 
service during the war. Trans, to 23rd Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Maj. 18th Inf., 1 March, 
1886. Lieut. Col. 17th Inf.. 19 March, 1891. Retired, over 30 years' service, 16 
Aug.. 1894. Died 19 Jan., 1899. 

BRADY, HUGH. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Ensign Inf., 7 March, 1792. 4th Sub-Legion, 4th Sept., 1792. Lieut., 10 Feb., 1794. 
Discharged 1 Nov.. 1796. Capt. 10th Inf., 8 Jan., 1799. Disbanded 15 Jure, 
1800. Col. 22nd Inf.. 6 July, 1812. Trans, to 2nd Inf.. 17 May, 1815. Died 15 April, 
1851. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 6 July, 1822, for 10 years' faithful service in one grade. Bvt. 
Maj. Gen., 30 May, 1848, for meritorious conduct. 

BRADY. JAMES P.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 13th Inf., 11 June, 1897. 2nd Lieut. 19th Inf., 16 Jan., 1898. Trans. 

to 7th Art., 8 March, 1898. 1st Lieut., 28 Aug., 1899. 

BRADY, JASPER E. [Born in Pa. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv. and Corpl. Co. D, 18th Inf., 17 Sept., 1888, to 1 Aug., 1891. 2nd Lieut. 19th Inf., 

31 July 1891. 1st Lieut., 26 April, 1898. Cant. Vol. Sig. Corps, 20 May, 1898. Trans. 

to 1st Inf.. , 1899. Resigned 30 Sept., 1899. Graduate of the Infantry and Cavalry 

School, 1895. 

BRADY, JOHN. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Ensign 22nd Inf., 31 March, 1814. 3rd Lieut., 1 May, 1814. 2nd Lieut., 25 Sept., 1814. 

Trans, to 8th Inf., 17 May, 1815. Resigned 15 Oct., 1817. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 5 Feb., 

1815, for gallant conduct. 

BRADY, JOSEPH C. [Born in Mo. Appointed from Mo.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 1 Sept., 1899. 

BRADY, SAMUEL. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Ensign 22nd Inf., 20 May, 1813. 3rd Lieut., 26 June, 1813. 2nd Lieut., 2 April, 1814. 

1st Lieut.. 1 Oct., 1814. Trans, to 8th Inf., 17 May, 1815. Died 17 Feb., 1816. 
BRAGG. BRAXTON.* [Born in N. C. Appointed from N. C.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art.. 1 July, 1837. Reg. Adj. 19 Nov., 1837, to 8 March. 1838. 1st 
Lieut., 7 July, 1838. Capt., 18 June, 1846. Resigned 3 Jan.. 1856. Bvt. Capt., 9 
May, 1846, for gallant and distinguished conduct In defence of Fort Brown, Texas. 
Bvt. Maj.. 23 Sept., 1846, for gallant conduct at Monterey. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 23 
Feb., 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct at Buena Vista. Died 27 Sept., 
1876. 

BRAGG, HENRY M. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

1st Lieut. 139th N. Y. Vols.. 9 Sept., 1862. Capt. A. de C. Vols., 17 Aug., 1863. Bvt. 

Maj. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service. Mustered out 3 

Nov., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 8 May, 1866. Trans, to 3rd Cav., 28 Sept., 1866. 

Resigned 17 Nov., 1869. 

BRAGG, JAMES F. [Born in Me. Appointed from Me. 

1st Lieut. 9th Inf., 19 April, 1847. Dropped 19 Jan., 1848. 

BRAINARD. DAVID L. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Troop L, 2nd Cav., 18 Sept., 1876. to 31 July, 1884. Sergt. 

Sig. Corps. 1 Aug.. 1884, to 21 Oct., 1886. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav.. 22 Oct., 1886. 1st 

Lieut., 26 Oct., 1886. Capt. C. S., 14 Oct., 1896. Lieut. Col. Chief C. S. Vols.. 9 May, 

1898. Col. C. S. Vols.. 8 Nov., 1898, to 2 March, 1899. Maj. C. S. Vols., 17 April, 

1899. Maj. C. S., 12 Feb., 1900. 

BRAINERD, THOS. C. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.l 

Asst. Surg., 5 Aug., 1861. Resigned 28 May, 1866. Bvt. Capt. and Bvt. Maj., 13 
March, 1865. for faithful and meritorious service during the War. 

BRAMBILA, ROBERT M. [Born in Mexico. Appointed from Nev.] 

2nd Lieut. 23rd Inf., 9 July, 1898. 1st Lieut. 14th Inf.. 30 June, 1899. 

BRANNAGAN, PATRICK. [Born in Ireland. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. and Corpl. C and F., 4th Art., 19 June, 1854, to 24 Oct., 1859. Priv., Corpl. and 



208 ARMY LIST 1815-1900. 

1st Sergt. 1st Inf., 29 May, 1860, to 12 April, 1863. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 19 Feb.J 
1863. 1st Lieut., 29 Dec., 1865. Died 13 March, 1868. Byt. 1st Lieut., 4 July, 1863, 
for gallant and meritorious service during the Siege of Vicksburg, Miss. 

BRANCH, K. H. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 3 Feb., 1819. 1st Lieut., 10 Oct., 1820. Disbanded 1 June, 1821.1 

BRAND, THOS. T. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.]l 

1st Lieut. 2nd Ohio Vols., 17 April, 1861. Resigned 22 June, 1861. 1st Lieut. 18thl 

Inf., 14 May, 1861. Capt., 11 Sept., 1863. Retired 31 Dec., 1864. Bvt. Maj., 131 

March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battles of Stone River,! 

Tenn., and Chickamauga, Ga. 

BRANDT, MARTIN L. [Born in Md. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. and Sergt Co. C, 2nd Batt. and Sergt. Maj. 15th Inf., 30 April, 1862, to 30i 
April, 1865. Priv. Co. A, and Sergt. Maj. 36th Inf., 24 March, 1866, to 18 Nov., 1867.1 
2nd Lieut. 36th Inf., 6 Nov., 1867. Trans, to 7th Inf., 19 May, 1869. Unass'd 211 
April, 1870. Cashiered 26 July, 1870. 

BRANNAN, JOHN M.* [Born in D. C. Appointed from Ind.]| 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 1 July, 1841. 2nd Lieut., 16 May, 1842. 1st Lieut.. 3 MarchJ 
1847. Reg. Adj., 17 April, 1847, to 4 Nov., 1854 Bvt. Capt., 20 Aug., 1847, for gal- 
lant and meritorious conduct in the Battles of Contreras and Churubusco. CaptJ 
1st Art., 4 Nov., 1854. Brig. Gen. Vols., 28 Sept., 1861. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 25 Sept.J 
1862, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Jacksonville, Fla. Maj.| 
1st Art., 1 Aug., 1863. Bvt. Col., 20 Sept., 1863, for gallant and meritorious service! 
in the Battle of Chickamauga, Ga. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Vols., 23 Jan., 1865. Bvt. BrigJ 
Gen., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service in the campaign againsti 
Atlanta, Ga. Bvt. Maj. Gen., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service in 
the field during the war. Mustered out of Vol. service, 31 May, 1866. Lieut. ColJ 
22nd Inf., 28 July, 1866, declined. Lieut. Col. 4th Art., 10 Jan., 1877. Trans, to 1st 
Art., 16 March, 1877. Col. 4th Art., 15 March, 1881. Retired 19 April, 1882, beinJ 
over 62 years of age. Died 16 Dec., 1892. 



BRANNON, JAMES W. [Born in Va. Appointed from Ky.l 

Capt. of Inf., 3 March, 1847; 16th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Disbanded 2 Aug.. 1848. 
BRANSFORD. SAML. J.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 



2nd Lieut. 2nd Art, 1 July, 1836. 1st Lieut., 14 Dec., 1837. Killed 3 Nov., 1840, act 

cidentally. 

BRANT, JOSHUA B. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Armv.H 

Priv., Sergt. and Sergt. Maj. 23rd Inf., 26 Feb., 1813, to July, 1814. Ensign 23rd Inf.1 
15 July, 1814. 2nd Lieut., 1 Oct., 1814. Trans, to 2nd Inf., 17 Mav. 1815. R. QJ 
M., 10 June, 1815, to 9 Dec., 1819. Capt. A. Dep. Q M. G., 30 Nov., 1819. Capt. A.) 
Q. M., 22 March, 1832. Maj. Q. M., 28 Dec., 1832. Lieut. Col. Dep. Q. M. G., 7 
July, 1838 Resigned 7 Nov., 1839. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 17 Sept., 1814, for gallant conl 
duct in the sortie from Fort Erie. 

BRANT, LOUIS P.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Washington Ter.] 

2nd Lieut. 21st Inf., 13 June, 1873. Resigned 31 March, 1870. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf.. 1 

Aug., 1879. 1st Lieut., 20 Feb., 1884. Capt., 6 Feb., 1897. Retired for disability! 

7 Jan., 1899. 

BRATT. JOHN.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1837. Resigned 1 Aug., 1837. Died 21 May, 1890. 
BRATTON, THOMAS S. [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.] 

Asst. Surg., 26 Oct., 1893. Capt. Asst. Surg., 8 April, 1899. 

BRAYTON, CHAS. R. [Born in R. I. Appointed from R. I.I 

1st Lieut. 3rd R. I. Art., 27 Aug.. 1861. Capt., 28 Nov., 1862. Lieut. Col., 17 NovJ 

1863. Col., 1 April, 1864. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for faithful an! 

meritorious service during the war. Capt. 17th Inf., 7 March, 1867. Resigned 6 

July 1867. 

BRAYTON, GEORGE M. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Ohio.l 

1st Lieut. 15th Inf.. 14 May, 1861. R. Q. M., 8 May, to 3 Oct., 1862. Capt., 3 Jani 

1863. Bvt. Maj., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service in the Rattle 

of Missionary Ridge, Tenn. Trans, to 33rd Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Trans, to 8th Inf.1 

3 May, 1869. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 27 Feb., 1890, for gallant services in action against 

Indians in Ariz., 25 June, 1875: 4 July, 1875; 10 Jan., 1877; 21 Jan., 1877, and 30 

Jan., 1877 Maj. 15th Inf., 6 Feb., 1882. Lieut. Col. 9th Inf., 6 Sept., 1886. ColJ 

19th Inf., 23 March, 1892. Retired, over 30 years' service, 16 Sept., 1892. 

BREARLEY, DAVID. [Born in N. J. Appointed from X. J.] 

Capt. Light Drag., 3 May, 1808. Resigned 31 May, 1811. Lieut. Col. 15th Inf., i| 

March, 1812. Col., 12 March, 1813. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. Reinstated 1 Jan.] 

1816, as Lieut. Col. 7th Inf. Col.. 30 April, 1817. Resigned 16 March, 1820. Rej 

tained 1 Jan., 1816, (under Act of 3 March, 1815), as Lieut. Col. 7th Inf., with Bvt. 

of Col. from 12 March, 1813. Died in 1837. 

BRECHEMIN, LOUIS. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.I 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg., 6 June, 1878. Capt. Asst. Surg., 6 June, 1883. Maj. Surg., 1 

Nov., 1896. 

BRECK, SAMUEL.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art.. 1 July, 1855. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1855. 1st Lieut., 11 April 
1861. Capt. A. A. G., 29 Nov.. 1861. Vacated commission of 1st Lieut. 1st ArtJ 
20 Feb., 1862. Maj. A. A. de C.. 23 May, 1862. Maj. A. A. G., 17 July, 1862. Vacated 
commission of Maj. A. A. de C., 17 July, 1862. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 24 Sept. 1864. foi 
faithful and meritorious service during the War. Bvt. Col. and Bvt. Brig. GenJ 
13 March, 1865, for diligent, faithful and meritorious service in the A. G.'s Deptl 
during the war. Lieut. Col. and A. A. G., 28 Feb., 1887. Col. and A. A. G., 31 
Aug., 1893. Brig. Gen. and A. G., 11 Sept., 1897. Retired, by operation of la*j 

BRECKINRIDGE. CHAS. H.* [Born in Md. Appointed at Large.) 

2nd Lieut. 15th Inf., 23 Juno, 1865. 1st Lieut., 23 June, 1865. Died 27 Aug., 186E 

BRECKINRIDGE. ETHELBERT L. D. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.j 

2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 10 Oct., 1898. 1st Lieut. 10th Inf., 5 Feb'., 1900. 



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BRECKINRIDGE, JOSEPH C. [Born in Md. Appointed from Ky.] 

1st Lieut. A. de C., 30 Aug., 1861, to June, 18(52. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 14 April, 
1862. 1st Lieut., 1 An*., 1863. Bvt. Capt., 22 July, 1864, for gallant and meritorious 
service in Battle in front of Atlanta, Ga. Bvt. Maj., 13 March, 1865, for gallant 
and meritorious service during the War. Capt. 2nd Art.. 17 June, 1874. Maj. A. I. 
G., 19 Jan., 1881. Lieut. Col. I. G., 5 Feb., 1885. Col. I. G., 22 Sept., 1885. Brig. 
Gen. I. G., 30 Jan., 1889. Graduate of the Artillery School, 1871. Maj. Gen. Vols., 
4 May, 1898. Hon. discharged from Vols., 30 Nov., 1898. 

BREBDLOVE, JULIAN P. [Born in La. Appointed from La.] 

Maj. Walton's Reg. La Vols., 26 May, to 25 Nov., 1846. Capt. of Inf., 5 March, 1847; 

14th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Disbanded 20 July, 1848. 

BREBS, HERBERT J. [Born in Wyo. Appointed from Wyo.] 

1st Lieut. Troop C, 2nd U. S. Vol Cav., 23 May, to 28 July, 1898. 2nd Lieut. 4th 

Art., 9 July, 1898. Trans, to 9th Cav., 29 March, 1899. 

BREESE, WM. M. [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 16th Inf., 24 Oct., 1861. 1st Lieut., 15 Jan., 1862. Resigned 24 May, 1864. 
BRENEMAN, EDWARD De W. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Asst. Surg. 1st Pa. Res., 26 July, 1861. Resigned 5 Dec., 1861. Asst Surg., 16 April, 
1862. Resigned 1 April, 1867. Bvt. Capt. and Bvt. Maj., 31 March, 1865, for faith- 
ful and meritorious service during the war. 

BRENNAN, JAMES. [Born in England. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Co. K, 7th N. Y. Heavy Art., 14 Jan., 1864. Trans, to 138th Co. 2nd Batt. Vet. 

Res. Corps, 17 April, 1865. Discharged 9 Aug., 1865. Hosp. Stwrd. U. S. Army, 

31 Dec., 1866, to 2 Jan., 1875. 2nd Lieut. 17th Inf., 20 Jan.,- 1875. 1st Lieut., 22 

March, 1879. Died 15 July, 1888. 

BRENNER, EDWARD F. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. H, 5th Inf., 24 May, 1839, to 24 May, 1844. Priv., Corpl. 

and Sergt. Cos. D and F, 8th Inf., 17 June, 1844, to 14 Sept., 1853 Ord. Sergt., 14 

Sept., 1853, to 31 March, 1862. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 19 Feb., 1862. Dismissed 24 

Oct., 1862. 

BRENT, GEORGE. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Ensign 5th Inf., 2 July, 1813. 3rd Lieut., 1 Oct., IStf. 2nd Lieut., 1 Aug., 1814. 

Trans, to 7th Inf., 17 May, 1815. Resigned 30 Nov., 1815. Died 7 April, 1845. 
BRENT, ROBERT. [Born in Md. Appointed from D. C.] 

P. M. of the Army, 1 July, 1808. Resigned 28 Aug., 1819. Died 8 Sept., 1819. 
BRENT, ROBERT C.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Md.] 

3rd Lieut. Corps Art., 2 March, 1815. 2nd Lieut., 13 May, 1817. 1st Lieut., 5 March, 
1819. Trans, to 1st Art., 1 June, 1821. Trans, to 1st Inf., 16 Nov., 1821. Trans, to 
1st Art., 21 Dec., 1822. Resigned 1 Nov., 1823. Died 15 May, 1837. 

BRENT, THOS. L.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 1 July, 1835. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 Nov., 1836. 1st Lieut., 
1 Aug., 1839. Capt. A. Q. M., 3 March, 1847. Died 11 Jan., 1858. Bvt. Capt., 23 
Feb., 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct at Buena Vista. 

BRENT, THOS. L.* [Born in Penn. Appointed at Large.] 

2nd Lieut, and 1st Lieut. 18th Inf., 23 June, 1865. R. Q. M., 25 Feb., 1867, to 11 July, 

1868. Capt., 11 July, 1868. Unass'd 26 April, 1869. Ass'd to 3rd Cav., 1 Jan., 1871. 

Retired 17 May, 1876. Died 24 May, 1880. 

BRERETON, JOHN A. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Asst. Surg., 1 July, 1821. Died 22 April, 1839. 

BRERETQN, JOHN J> [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J.] 

2nd Lieut. 24th In.f., 15 June, 1877. 1st Lieut., 20 May, 1882. Capt., 25 April, 1895. 

Maj. Chief. Q. M. Vols., 15 Nov., 1898. Discharged from Vols., 20 May, 1899. 

Lieut. Col. 33rd U. S. Vol. Inf., 5 July, 1899. Died , 1900. 

BRERBTON, THOS. J.* [Born in D. C. Appointed at Large.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July, 1843. Trans, to Ord., 20 July, 1843. 2nd Lieut., 3 

March, 1847. 1st Lieut., 31 Oct., 1851. Capt., 1 July. 1857. Resigned 20 Dec., 

1858. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 9 May. 1846, for gallant and meritorious conduct at Palo Alto 

and Resaca de la Palma. Died 18 Sept., 1870. 

BRESLIN, PATRICK H. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Capt. 18th Inf., 14 May. 1861. Dismissed 25 Nov.. 1862. 2nd Lieut. 12th Inf., 9 
April, 1866. Trans, to 30th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. 1st Lieut., 17 Feb., 1868. Trans, 
to 4th Inf., 23 March, 1869. Died 26 Feb., 1876. 

BRETT, JAMES E. [Born in N. C. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv. Co. K, 12th Inf., and Hosp. Stwrd., 23 Sept., 1870, to 12 July, 1880. 2nd Lieut. 

24th Inf., 24 June, 1880. 1st Lieut., 22 Dec., 1887. Capt., 26 April, 1898. 
BRETT, LLOYD M.* [Born in Me. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., 13 June, 1879. 1st Lieut., 4 May, 1886. Capt., 13 Jan., 1897. 
Maj. 31st U. S. Vol. Inf., 5 July, 1899. Medal of Honor for most distinguished 
gallantry in action against hostile Sioux Indians near O'Fallons Creek. Mont., 1 
April, 1880, by fearless exposure and dashing bravery, cutting off the Indians' pony 
herd and greatly crippling the hostiles; while 2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav. 
BREWER;, ALONZO.* [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

3rd Lieut. Corps Art., 2 March, 1815. Resigned 16 Oct., 1816. Died in 1823. 
BREWER, CHAS. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Asst. Surg., 29 Aug., 1856. Resigned 7 May, 1861. 

BREWER, EDWIN P. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Cadet at Mil. Acad., 1 July, 1871, to 14 Nov., 1871. 2nd Lieut. 7th Cav., 31 Aug., 

1876. 1st Lieut., 2^ Sept., 1885. Capt., 8 Dec.. 1896. 

BREWER, GEORGE E. [Born 4n Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Priv. Co. E, 19th Ohio Vols., 28 June, 1862, to 4 Sept., 1863. 2nd Lieut. 18th Inf., 30 

June, 1866 Trans, to 27th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Resigned 11 March, 1867 
BREWER JOHN W. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Asst. Surg. Vols., 4 Oct., 1802. 1st Lieut. Asst. Surg., 22 Nov.. 1862. Vacated com- 
mission of Asst. Surg. Vols., 26 Nov., 1862. Bvt. Capt. and Bvt. Maj., 13 March, 

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210 ARMY LIST 1815-1900. 

1865, for faithful and meritorious sen-ice during the War. Capt. Asst. Surg., 28 
July, 1866. Died 15 Nov., 1880. 

BREWER, MADISON M. [Born in Kan. Appointed from D. C.I 

Priv. Sig. Corps, 22 Sept., 1882, to 24 Oct., 1887. Asst. Surg., 5 May, 1892. Capt. 

and Asst. Surg., 5 May, 1897. Died 4 Oct., 1898. 

BREWER RICHARD H.* [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.l 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Drag., 1 July, 1858. 2nd Lieut., 29 March, 1859. 1st Lieut., 20 

April, 1861. Resigned 13 May, 1861. 

BREWER, THOMAS L. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.l 

Priv. and Q. M. Sergt. Co. A, 1st Md. Vols., 4 May to 5 July, 1898. 2nd Lieut.. <> 

July, 1898. Mustered out 28 Feb., 1899. 2nd Lieut. 21st Inf., 10 April. 1899. 
BREfWER'TON, GEORGE D. [Born in R. I. Appointed from N. Y.I 

2nd Lieut, 2nd N. Y. Vols., 15 Aug., 1846. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 22 May, 1847. 1st 

Lieut.. 26 June. 1850. Resigned 31 Dec., 1852. 

BREWERTON. HENRY.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 1 July, 1819. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1819. 1st Lieut., 1 Jan., 1825. 

Oapt., 21 Sept., 1836. Maj., 23 Aug.. 1856. Lieut. Col., 6 Aug.. 1861. Col.. 22 April. 

1864. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 March, 1865. for long, faithful and meritorious service. 

Retired 7 March, 1867. Died 17 April, 1879. 

BREWERTON, HENRY F. [Born in N. Y. Appointed at Large.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Art., 14 May, 1861. 1st Lieut.. 1 March, 1862. Bvt. Capt.. 19 Oct., 

1864, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Cedar Creek. Va. Capt. 

5th Art., 18 Sent.. 1868. Retired for disability, with the rank of Maj. 28 Nov.. isi)-j. 

BREWSTER. ANDRE W. [Born in N. J. Appointed from Pa.] 

2nd Lieut. 10th Inf.. 19 Jan., 1885. 1st Lieut. 22ud Inf., 17 Dec., 1891. Trans, to 

9th Inf.. 9 Feb., 1892. Capt., 2 March, 1899. Capt. A. Q. M. Vols., 15 Oct, 189S. 

Discharged 12 May, 1899. 

BREWSTER. CHAS. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Capt. C. S. Vols , 26 Nov., 1862. Appointment expired 4 March, 1863. 1st Lieut. 

13th N Y. Cav., 10 July, 1863. Capt. C. S. Vols., 2 March, 1864. Bvt. Maj. Vols., 

15 Julv, 1865, for efficient and meritorious services. Mustered out 15 July, 1805. 

2nd Lieut. 7th Cav., 28 July, 1866. 1st Lieut , 24 Feb., 1867. Discharged 18 Nov.. 

1870. Bvt. Capt., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service during the 

war. 

BREWSTER, W T M. B. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penu.] 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg., 3 June, 1879. Resigned 8 Feb.. 1884. 

BREYFOGLE -ROLAND C. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Priv. and Corpl. Co. C. 8th Ohio Vols., 4 May. 1861, to 21 June, 1864. Capt 186th- 
Ohio Vols., 27 Feb.. 1865. Mustered out 18 Sept., 1865. 2nd Lieut 12th Inf.. 28 
July, 1866. ITnass'd 22 Sept., 1869. Retired 14 May, 1870. Died 28 July. 1870. Bvt. 
1st Lieut., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of 
Spottsylvauia, Va. 

BRICE, BENJN. W.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf.. 1 July, 1829. Resigned 13 Feb., 1832. Maj. and P. M., 3 
March, 1847. Disbanded 4 March, 1849. Maj. and P. M., 9 Feb.. 1852. Col. P. M. 
G., 8 Feb.. 1866. to rank from 29 Nov., 1864. Bvt. Lieut. Col., Col. and Brig. Gen., 
2 Dec., 1864. Bvt. Maj. Gen.. 13 March, 1865. for faithful, meritorious and dis- 
tinguished service in the Pay Dept. during the War. Brig. Gen. and P. M. G., 28 
July, 1866. Retired 1 Jan., 1872. Died 4 Dec., 1892. 
BRICKER. EDWIN D.* [Born in Fa. Appointed from Pa.] 

2nd Lieut. 17th Inf., 26 April, 1898. 1st Lieut., 2 March. 1899. 

BRIDGES, CHARLES H.* [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 11 June, 1897. 2nd Lieut. 22nd Inf., 8 March, 1898. 1st 

Lieut., 2 March, 1899. 

BRIDGES, EDWIN T. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from 111.] 

Capt. C. S. Vols., 17 March. 1863. Bvt. Maj. Vols , 13 March. 1865, for meritorious 

service in his department during the war. Mustered out 31 July, 1866. 2nd Lieut. 

5th Inf., 23 Feb.. 1866. 1st Lieut., 28 July, 1866. Unass'd 19 May, 1869. Ass'd to 

13th Inf., 26 July, 1870. Discharged 31 Dec., 1870. 

BRIDGES, GEORGE R [Born in N. C. Appointed from N. C.] 

3rd Lieut. 10th Inf.. 24 March, 1813. 2nd Lieut.. 24 March, 1814. Trans, to 7th Inf., 

17 May, 1815. Killed 21 Feb., 1816, by a deserter. 

BRIDGMAN. FRANK. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Iowa.] 

Addl. P. M., 5 Sept., 1861. Bvt. Lieut. Col. Vols., 24 Nov.. 1865. for faithful and 
meritorious service. Mustered out 1 Jan., 1869. Maj. and P. M.,'3 Feb., 1869. Re- 
tired by operation of law 10 July, 1884. 

BRIDGMAN, VICTOR H.* [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 16 June, 1875. 1st Lieut., 9 Aug., 1883. Capt. 6th Art., 8 March, 

1898. Honor graduate of the Artillery School. 1878. 

BRIGGS. FRANK O.* [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 14 June, 1872. Resigned 16 Dec., 1877. Graduated as Obadiah 

F. Briggs. 
BRIGGS. OBADIAH F.* [Born in N. H. Appointed from N. H.] 

Changed name to Frank O. Briggs which see. . 

BRIGGS, THOS. B. [Born in R. I. Appointed from Conn.] 

Priv. Co. G. 4th 111. Vols., 17 June, 1846. Discharged 20 May. 1847. 1st Sergt. Co. 
A, 1st R. I. Vols.. 2 May. 1861. Discharged 2 Aug., 1861. Capt. 3rd R. I. Vols.. _' ) 
Aug., 1861. Mustered out 22 May. 1863. 1st Lieut, llth U. S. Col. Troops. 22 Sept.. 
1863. Mustered out 2 Oct.. 1865. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf.. 18 June, 1867. UnnssM 
11 Aug.. 1869. Ass'd to 14th Inf., 27 April, 1870. 1st Lieut., 9 Feb., 1874. Retired 
for disability 15 March, 1883. 

BRIGHAM. ELIJAH D. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Army.] 

Capt. C. S. Vols., 30 Sept., 1861. to 9 Feb., 1863. Priv. Gen. Ser., 28 Nov.. 1862. 

2nd Lieut. 10th Inf., 28 Nov.. 1862. 1st Lieut, 4 Nov.. 1863. Capt. C. S., 9 I-Vb., 

1863. Resigned 25 Feb.. 1867. Bvt. Maj. Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865. for faithful 

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BRIGHAM, HENRY A. [Born in Mass. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Mil. Storekeeper Ord., 6 March, 1862. Died 15 Nov., 1870. 

BRIGHAM, HENRY O. [Born in Vt. Appointed from Mass.] 

Priv. Co. D, and Princ. Musician 9th Inf., 10 April, 1847, to 26 Aug., 1848. Addl. 
P. M. Vols., 1 June, 1861. Resigned 30 April, 1864. Maj. and P. M., 17 Jan., 1867. 
Died 22 Jan., 1868. 

BRIGHTLY, CHAS. H.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Fenn.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Inf.. 24 June, 1861. 1st Lieut., 24 June, 1861. Capt., 16 Sept., 1862. 
Died 9 June, 1864, of wounds received in Battle of Wilderness, Va. Bvt. Maj., 3 
May, 1863, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Chancellorsville, 
Va. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 5 May, 1864, for gallant and meritorious service at the 
Battle of the Wilderness, Va. 

BRIMHALL, ELISHA. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Me.] 

Supt. Artificers. July. 1812, to Dec., 1813. Ensign 9th Inf.. 4 Dec.. 1813. 3rd Lieut., 

1 Jan., 1814. 2nd Lieut., 1 Sept., 1814. 1st Lieut., 1 Sept., 1814. Disbanded 15 

June, 1815. Reinstated 2 Dec., 1815. as 2nd Lieut. Corps Art. 1st Lieut., 20 April, 

1818. Resigned 30 Nov , 1820. Retained Jan., 1816 (in re-organization under Act 

of 3 March, 1815), as 2nd Lieut. Art., with Bvt. of 1st Lieut, from 1 Sept., 1814. 

BRINCKLE, JOHN R. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Del.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Art., 14 May, 1861. 1st Lieut., 18 Sept., 1862. Bvt. Capt., 6 April, 

1865, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Sailor's Creek, Va. Bvt. 

Maj., 9 April, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service in the campaign terminating 
with the surrender of the insurgent forces under Gen. R. E. Lee. Capt. 5th Art., 
7 Oct., 1874. Retired for disability, with the rank of Maj., 27 Aug., 1896. Graduate 
of the Artillery School, 1870. 

BRINDLEY. RICHD. [Born in Del. Appointed from Del.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 3 May, 1861. 1st Lieut., 14 May, 1861. Capt., 15 March. 1862. 
Killed 27 June, 1862, in Battle of Games' Mill. Va. Bvt. Maj., 27 June, 1862, for 
gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of Gaines' Mills, Va. 

BRINKERHOFF. HENRY R. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Mo.] 

1st Lieut. 30th Ohio Vols., 29 Aug.. 1861. Lieut. Col. 52nd U. S. Col. Troops, 27 
July, 1863. Resigned 20 June, 1865. Lieut. Col. 52nd U. S. Col. Troops, 16 Sept., 
1865. Mustered out 5 May, 1866. 2nd Lieut. 15th Inf., 3 June, 1867. 1st Lieut., 
7 Nov., 1867. Capt., 18 Sept., 1878. Maj. 3rd Inf., 26 April, 1898. Lieut. Col. llth 
Inf., 8 Sept., 1899. 

BRINTON, JEREMIAH B. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Asst. Surg., 16 April. 1862. Resigned 17 Nov.. 1865. Bvt. Capt. and Bvt. Maj., 13 

March, 1865. for faithful and meritorious service during the war. 

BRISBANE. ABBOTT H.* [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1825. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1825. Resigned 1 Jan., 

1828. Died 28 Sept., 1861. 

BRISBIN, JAMES S. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Drag.. 26 April, 1861. Capt. 6th Cav., 5 Aug., 1861. Bvt. Maj., 9 
June. 1863, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Beverly Ford, Va. 
Col. 5th U. S. Col. Cav.. 1 March, 1864. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 12 Dec.; 1864. Bvt. 
Lieut. Col., 19 Dec., 1864. for gallant and meritorious service in action at Marion, 
E. Tenn. Bvt. Col., 13 March. 1865, for gallant and meritorious service during the 
war. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for meritorious service during the 
war. Brig. Gen. Vols., 1 May, 1865. Mustered out of Vol. service, 15 Jan., 1866. 
Trans, to 9th Cav., 8 Sept., 1866. Maj. 2nd Cav., 1 Jan.. 1869. Lieut. Col. 9th Cav., 
6 June, 1885. Col. 1st Cav., 20 Aug., 1889. Trans, to 8th Cav., 22 April, 1891. Died 
14 Jan.. 1892. 

BRISTOL. HENRY B. [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 15 May, 1857. 1st Lieut., 13 May, 1861. Capt., 1 June. 1862. 
Bvt. Maj., 13 March, 1865. for faithful and meritorious service in New Mexico. 
Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865. for faithful and meritorious service in New Mexico, 
and particularly for his untiring zeal and energy in controlling the Navajoe tribe 
of Indians at the Bosque Redondo, and for his praise-worthy efforts in advancing 
their condition from that of savages to that of civilized men. Retired 20 March, 
1879. 

BRITT, GEORGE H. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 May, 1814. Trans, to Corps Art., 12 May, 1814. Died 31 

Jan., 1816. 

BRITTON. FORBES.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 7th Inf.. 1 July, 1834. 2nd Lieut., 18 Nov., 1835. 1st Lieut., 7 July, 

1838. Capt , 16 Feb., 1847. Resigned 16 July, 1850. Died 14 Feb., 1861. 

BRITTON, THOS. [Born in England. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv Co. I, 4th Ky. Vols., 26 Oct., 1847, to 25 July, 1848. Priv. Co. D, 6th Inf., 22 
Dec., 1848. Corpl.. 1 Sept., 1849. Out of service 3 March, 1850. Priv. Gen. Ser., 
25 May, 1850. Priv. Co. D, 6th Inf.. 11 Oct., 1850. Discharged 3 July. 1854. 
Priv. Co. H, 6th Inf., 3 Oct., 1854 Corpl.. 5 April, 1855. Sergt., 1 Oct., 1856. 1st 
Sergt., 9 Nov., 1858. Discharged 3 Aug., 1859. 1st Sergt. Co. H, 6th Inf., 3 Aug., 
1859 Ord. Sergt. U. S. A., 11 Nov., 1862 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 18 Nov., 1862. Bvt. 
1st Lieut., 2 July, 1863, and Bvt. Capt., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meri- 
torious service in the Battle of Gettysburg, Penn. 1st Lieut. 6th Inf., 23 March, 
1865. Capt. 39th Inf., 28 July. 1866, 'declined. Capt. 6th Inf.. 1 March, 1872 Re- 
tired, over 30 years' service, 16 July, 1889. Died 18 Sept., 1896. 
BROADUS, WM. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Mil. Storekeeper Ord., 2 April, 1824. Died 5 Oct., 1830. 

BROATCH, WM. J. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. and Sergt. Co. A, 8th Conn. Vols., 25 Sept.. 1861. 2nd Lieut., 28 March, 1862. 
1st Lieut., 18 Sept., 1862. Resigned 24 Oct., 1863. 1st Sergt. Co. F, and Sergt. Maj. 
14th Inf , 1 Nov., 1863. to 10 June. 1864. 2nd Lieut. 10th Inf.. 18 May, 1864. 1st 
Lieut.. 3 Oct., 1864 Capt. 40th Inf., 28 July. 1866. Unass'd 20 April, 1869. Dis- 
charged 31 Dec., 1870. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 1 Oct., 1864, for gallant service at the Battle 
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BROCK, JOHN P. IP.orn in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

2nd Lieut, llth Inf.. 21 June, 1848. Disbanded 15 Aug., 1848. 

BROCKENBROUGH. AUSTIN.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

2nd Lieut. Corps Art., 1 July, 1810. Trans, to 3rd Art., 1 June. 1*21. 1st Lieut., : 

Oct., 1826. Resigned 30 June, 1833. Died <! Sept.. is 42. 

BROCKWAY, THOS. C.* [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 1 July, 1828. 2nd Lieut.. 1 July, 1828. Died 28 Sept., 1831 

BRODHEAD, DANIEL M. [Born in Penn. Appointed from N. Y. | 

1st Lieut. 14th Inf.. 14 May. 1861. Capt., 9 June, 1864. Died 10 June. 1864, of wounds 

received in Battle of Wilderness, Va. Bvt. Capt.. 5 May, 1864, for gallant and 

meritorious service at the Battle of the Wilderness. Va. 

BRODHEAD, JOSIAH A. [Born in N. H. Appointed from Mass.] 

Capt. A. Q. M. Vols., 14 April. 1862. Addl. P. M., 26 Nov., 1862. Resigned com- 
mission of Capt. A. Q. M., 8 Dec., 1862. Bvt. Lieut. Col. Vols., 27 Dec., 186.".. for 
faithful service in his department. Mustered out 1 April, 1869. Maj. P. M., 25 
July, 1875. Died 3 April, 1884. 

BRODHEAD, THORNTON F. [Born in N. H. Appointed from Mich.] 

1st Lieut. 15th Inf.. 9 April, 1847. Capt., 2 Dec.. 1847. Bvt. ("apt.. 20 Aug.. 1847. 
Disbanded 31 July. 1848. Bvt. Capt., 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious 
conduct at Contreras and Churubusco. 

BRODIE. ALEXR. O.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

2nd Lieut. 1st Cav., 15 June. 1870 1st Lieut.. 25 May, 1875. Reg. Adj., 1 Sept . 1874, 

to 1 April. 1875. Resigned 30 Sept., 1877. Priv. Troop M, 6th Cav., 6 Aug., 1883. to 

4 Feb., 1884. Maj. in Wood's Rough Riders in Spanish War of 1898. 

BRODIE, ROBT. L. [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.] 

Asst. Surg., 15 May, 1854. Resigned 7 May. 1861. 

BRODRICK, PATRICK T.* [Born in Ireland. Appointed from Ind.] 

2nd Lieut. 25th Inf., 15 June, 1868. Unass'd 26 April, 1869. Ass'd to 23rd Inf.. 14 
July, 1869. 1st Lieut., 24 July, 1874. Reg. Adj., 1 Oct., 1876, to date of death. 
Died 28 March. 1886. 

BROMWELL, CHARLES S.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 12 June, 1890. 2nd Lieut.. 18 May, 1893. 1st Lieut., 12 j 

Oct.. 1895. 

BRONAUGH, JOHN M. [Born in D. C. Appointed from M. O.] j 

2nd Lieut. Inf., 22 March, 1847; 12th Inf., 9 April, 1847. Reg. Adj.. 1 May. to 31 Dec., 
1847. Bvt. 1st Lieut.. 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct in the 
Battles of Contreras and Churubusco, Mex. Mustered out 25 July, 1848. Died 23 
March, 1889. 

BRONAUGH, WM. N. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Inf.. 18 April, 1818. 1st Lieut., 31 Dec., 1819. Reg. Adj., 1 Sept.. 1819, 

to 1 Aug., 1821. Resigned 1 March,- 1824. 

BRONAUGH, JAMES C. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 1 

Maj. and Surg. 12th Inf., 28 April. 1812. Hosp. Surg., 15 April, 1814. Asst. Surg. 

Gen., 18 April. 1818. Disbanded 1 June, 1821. 

BRONSON, NELSON. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

1st Sergt. Co. E. 8th Conn. Vols.. 25 Sept., 1861. 1st Lieut. 8th Conn. Vols.. 18 

March, 1862. Mustered out 17 Jan., 1863. 1st Lieut. Vet. Res. Corps. 19 Aug., 1863. 

Mustered out 15 Oct., 1866. 2nd Lieut. 42nd Inf., 28 July. 1866. Trans, to 6th Inf., 

22 April. 1869. 1st Lieut., 8 June, 1874. Retired 30 Nov.. 1879. 

BROOKE, BENJAMIN. [Born in Pa. Appointed from Pa.l 

Asst. Surg., 4 May, 1891. Retired for disability, with the rank of Capt., 10 April, 

1898. 

BROOKE, EDMUND H. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.l 

Addl. P. M.. 1 April, 1865. Bvt. Lieut. Col. Vols., 1 April. 1865. for faithful and 
meritorious service. Mai. P. M.. 17 Jan.. 1867. Vacated commission of Addl. P. 
M.. 17 Jan., 1867. Retired 30 June, 1882. Died 26 March. 1890 

BROOKE. EDWARD H. [Born in Ore. Appointed from Ore.] \ 

Cadet Mil. Acad.. 1 July. 1875. to 26 June, 1877. 2nd Lieut 21st Inf., 28 Nov., 1879. 

1st Lieut.. 6 March, 1888. Died 11 Nov., 1896. 

BROOKE. FRANCIS J.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] ; 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 1 Julv. 1826. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 1 July. 1826. Reg. Adj., 
1 April, 1833, to 1 Aug., 1836. 1st Lieut., 6 May, 1835. Killed 25 Dec., 1837, in 
Battle at Okeechobee Lake, Fla. 

BROOKE, GEO. M. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

1st Lieut. 5th Inf., 3 May. 1808. Capt., 1 May. 1810. Maj. 23rd Inf.. 1 May. 1814. - 
Trans, to 4th Inf.. 17 May, 1815. Trans, to 8th Inf.. 27 Jan.. 1819. Lieut. Col.. 1 
March, 1819. Trans, to 4th Inf., 13 Aug.. 1819. Col. 5th Inf., 15 July. 1831. Died 9 
March, 1851. Bvt. Lieut. Col.. 15 Aug., 1814, for srallant conduct in the defence of 
Fort Erie. IT. r. Bvt. Col.. 17 Sept.. 1814. for distinguished and meritorious ser- 
vice in the Sortie from Fort Erie. U. C. Bvt. Brig. Gen.. 17 Sept.. 1824, for ten , 
years' faithful service in one grade. Bvt. Maj. Gen.. 30 May. 184S. for meritorious i 
conduct, particularly in the performance of his duties in prosecuting the war wirli 
Mexico 

BROOKE, GEORGE M. [Born in Va. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv.. Corpl. and Sergt. Batteries I and O, 1st Art., 6 Aug., 1897, to 22 Nov.. 185>0. 

2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 1 Oct., 1899. 

BROOKE. JOHN. [Born in Penu. Appointed from Penn.] 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg.. 22 Nov.. 1862. Bvt. Capt. and Maj.. 13 March. 1st 55. for 

faithful and meritorious service during the War. Capt. Asst. Surg.. 28 July, 1808S 

M.-ij and Sure:.. 2 March, 1882. Retired, operation of law. 22 Feb.. 1894. 

BROOKE. JOHN M. [Born in Va. Appointed from Vn.] 

2nd Lieut. Corps Art., 13 Aug., 1819. Resigned 12 June. 1S2<>. 

BROOKE, JOHN K. [Born in Penn. Appointed from P.-nn.] 

Cnpt. 4th Penn. Vols.. 20 April. 1861. Mustered out 27 July. 1861. Col. 53rd Penn. 
V..ls 7 Nov.. 1861. Brig. Gen. Vols.. 12 May. 1864. for distinguished service during; 
the recent Battles of the Old Wilderness and Spottsylvania Court House, Va. Bvt.' 



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ren. Vols., 1 Aug. , 1864, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battles of 
fopotomy and Cold Harbor, Va. Resigned 1 Feb., 1866. Lieut. Col. 37th Inf., 28 
July. 1866. Bvt. Col., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the 
Battle of Gettysburg, Penn. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meri- 
torious service in the Battle of Spottsylvania Court House, Va. Trans, to 3rd Inf., 
15 March, 1869. Col. 13th Inf., 20 March. 1879. Trans, to 3rd Inf., 14 June, 1879. 
Brig. Gen., 6 April. 1888. Maj. Gen., 22 May, 1897. 
BROOKE. LEONARD O.* [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 24 July, 1818. Disbanded 1 June, 1821. Died in 1821. 
BROOKE. ROBT. L. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 1 July, 1839. Resigned 18 May, 1846. 
BROOKE, ROBT. S.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

3rd Lieut. Ord., 1 July, 1820. Resigned 1 Dec., 1820. Died 14 May, 1851. 
BROOKE, WM. [Born in Pa. Appointed from Pa.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 7 Oct., 1891. 1st Lieut., 26 April, 1898. Trans, to 15th Inf., 21 
Nov., 1899. Capt. 35th U. S. Vol. Inf., 5 July, 1899. Vacated 22 Sept., 1899. Maj. 
46th U. S. Vol. Inf., 17 Aug., 1899. 

BROOKES. ALBERT S.* [Born in Ark. Appointed from Ark.] 

2nd Lieut. 18th Inf., 12 June, 1895. 1st Lieut, of Inf., 10 July, 1898. Ass'd to 18th 

Inf., 1 Jan.. 1899. Capt. and C. S. Vols., 13 June, 1898. Discharged 7 March, 1899. 
BROOKFIELD, ROBERT M.* [Born in Pa. Appointed from Pa.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut, of Inf.. 12 June, 1896. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 12 June, 1896. 1st Lieut, 
of Inf., 28 Sept., 1898. Ass'd to 23rd Inf., 1 Jan., 1899. Trans, to llth Inf., 28 
Feb., 1899. 

BROOKS. ALEXANDER S. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

1st Lieut Light Art., 3 May, 1808. Capt., 11 June, 1809. Resigned 2 May, 1810. 
Capt. 3rd Art., 12 March, 1812. Trans, to Corps Art., 12 May, 1814. Trans, to 
Light Art., 17 May, 1816. Trans, to 1st Art., 1 June, 1821. Maj. 3rd Art., 26 April, 
1832. Lieut. Col. 4th Art., 6 April, 1835. Killed 17 Dec., 1836, by steamboat ex- 
plosion Bvt. Maj., 11 Sept., 1814, for gallant conduct at the Battle of Platts- 
burg 

BROOKS, CHAS. S. [Born in 111. Appointed from Cal.] 

Capt. 4th Cal. Vols., 1 Oct.. 1861. Resigned 3 April, 1862. 2nd Lieut. 5th Cav., 24 

March, 1862. Died 7 July. 1862. 
BROOKS, DAVID. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 28 Jan., 1820. Died 16 May, 1827. 

BROOKS, EDWARD. [Born in Mass. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Asst. Surg., 19 Aug., 1862. Died 19 April, 1866. Bvt. Capt. and Maj., 13 March, 

1865. for faithful and meritorious services during the War. 

BROOKS, EDWARD C.* [Born in Ore. Appointed from Ore.] 

2nd Lieut. 8th Cav., 1st July, 1886. 1st Lieut. 6th Cav., 8 March, 1893. Capt. A. A. 
G, Vols., 17 Sept., 1898. Discharged from Vols., 12 May, 1899. Maj. 46th U. S. 
Vol. Inf., 17 Aug.. 1899 (declined). 

BROOKS, EDWARD E. [Born in N. J. Appointed from Ky.] 

3rd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 8 April, 1814. 2nd Lieut., 1 May, 1814. Trans, to 3rd Inf., 17 

May. 1815. 1st Lieut., 1 June, 1817. Capt., 28 April, 1826. Resigned 6 June, 1827. 

BROOKS, EDWARD J. [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 30 June, 1855. Reg Adj., 1 July, 1856, to 31 Aug., 1859. 1st 

Lieut., 26 Feb., 1861. Resigned 16 May, 1861. 

BROOKS HORACE.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 July, 1835. 2nd Lieut., 28 Dec., 1835. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 
31 Dec., 1835, for gallantry and good conduct in the war against the Florida Indians. 
1st Lieut. 2nd Art., 8 Feb., 1837. Capt., 18 June, 1846. Bvt. Maj., 20 Aug., 1847, 
for gallant and meritorious conduct in the Battles of Contreras amd Churubusco. 
Bvt. Lieut. Col., 8 Sept., 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct in the Battle 
of Moliuo del Rey. Maj. 2nd Art.. 28 April, 1861. Lieut. Col., 26 Oct., 1861. Col. 
4th Art., 1 Aug., 1863. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 March, 1865, for meritorious service dur- 
ing the war. Retired 10 Jan., 1877. Died 13 Jan., 1894. 

BROOKS, JEHIEL. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 13 Feb., 1818. 1st Lieut., 16 March, 1819. Resigned 30 Nov., 

1820. 

BROOKS, JOHN C. W.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Pa.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 14 June. 1885. 1st Lieut., 14 Aug., 1889. Capt. 6th Art., 2 March, 

1899. Trans, to 4th Art., 21 April. 1899. Graduate of the Artillery School, 1888. 

Capt. and A. Q. M. Vols., 17 May, 1898. Maj. and Q. M. Vols., 12 Nov., 1898. 

BROOKS, LORENZO L. C.* [Born in Iowa. Appointed from Iowa.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Cav., 13 June, 1879. Resigned 30 June, 1883. 

BROOKS, WHITFIELD B. [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.] 

2nd Lieut. 12th Inf., 4 Aug., 1847. Died 2 Oct., 1847, of wounds received in action 

at Churubusco, Mexico. 

BROOKS WM. T. H.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July, 1841. 2nd Lieut., 31 Jan., 1842. 1st Lieut., 21 Sept., 
1846. Capt., 10 Nov , 1851. Brig. Gen. Vols., 28 Sept., 1861. Maj. Gen , 10 June, 
1863. Appointment as Mai. Gen. revoked 18 April, 1864. Resigned from Vol. ser- 
vice 14 July, 1864. Maj.' 18th Inf.. 12 March, 1862. Resigned 14 July, 1864. 
Bvt. Capt., 23 Sept., 1846, for gallant and meritorious conduct at Monterey. Bvt. 
Maj., 20 Aug.. 1847. for gallant and meritorious conduct at Contreras and Churu- 
busoo Died 19 July, 1870. 

BROOM JAMES M [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 26 April. 1861. 1st Lieut., 30 May, 1861. Discharged 10 Sept.. 
1863. 2nd Lieut. 9th Inf., 7 June, 1864. 1st Lieut., 7 June, 1864. Dismissed 21 
May. 1869. 

BROOM, THOMAS R. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

3rd Lieut. Light Art . 21 July. 1814. Trans, to Corps Art.. 17 May, 1815. Batt. Adj., 
1 May, to 1 Nov.. 1816. Resigned 1 Nov., 1816. P. M. 4th Inf.. 13 Feb . 1818. Trans, 
to 7th Inf., 10 June, 1818. Disbanded 1 June, 1821. Died 4 Feb., 1829. 



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BROPHY, WM. [Born In Ireland. Appointed from Army.] 

Prlv. and Sergt. Troop D, 2nd Cav., 14 May, 1855, to 14 May. 1800. Priv.. Corpl., 
Sergt. and 1st Sergt. Troop D, 5th Cav.. 25 June, 1860, to 25 March, 1863. 2nd 
Lieut. 5th Cav., 19 Feb., 1863. Resigned 12 Sept., 1863. 

BROTHERTON, DAVID H.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 1 July, 1854. 2nd Lieut., 3 March, 1855. 1st Lieut., 22 
Aug., 1859. Capt., 25 Sept., 1861. Bvt. Maj., 21 Feb., 1862, for gallant and meri- 
torious service in the Battle of Valverde, New Mexico. Maj. 5th Inf.. 20 March. 
1879. Trans, to 7th Inf., 18 Dec.. 1879. Lieut. Col. 25th Inf., 3 July, 1883. Retired 
for disability 14 April, 1884. Died 17 Sept., 1889. 

BROUGHTON, HORACE. [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

2nd Lieut. 26th Inf., 21 April, 1814. 1st Lieut , 10 Dec., 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 
1815. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 19 Feb , 1817. Trans, to Rifle Reg., 8 May, 1817. 1st 
Lieut., 31 July, 1817. Resigned 5 April, 1818. 

BROWER, CHAS. B. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. N. Y. Vols., 5 Dec., 1846, to Jan., 1848 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 30 Dec., 1847. 

Died 24 July, 1851. 
BROWER, RALPH P. [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Art., 9 July, 1898. Trans, to 3rd Art. 4 April, 1899. 

BROWN, A. BENSON. [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J.> 

Sergt. and 1st Sergt. Co. C, 9th N. J. Vols., 29 Sept., 1861. 2nd Lieut., 9 March, 
1862. 1st Lieut., 13 AprH. 1863. Capt., 8 Sept, 1864. Capt. Vet. Res. Corps, 3 
Dec., 1864. Mustered out 6 Jan., 1867. 1st Lieut. 43rd Inf., 28 July, 1866. Trans, 
to 1st Inf., 8 April, 1869 Retired 13 Feb., 1873. Died 6 May, 1875. Bvt. Capt.. 2 
March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Drury's Bluff, 
Va. 

BROWN, ANDREW M. [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. Mo. Vols., 11 June, 1861. Mustered out 14 Nov.. 1861. 1st Lieut. 15th Inf., 
26 Oct., 1861. Capt., 21 Aug., 1865. Trans, to 24th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Unass'd 
25 April, 1869. Ass'd to 13th Inf., 14 July, 1869. Retired 31 Aug., 1871. 

BROWN, ARTHUR W. [Born in . Appointed from .] 

2nd Lieut, of Inf.. 1 Dec., 1899. Unass'd. 

BROWN, AUSTIN H.* [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 14 June, 1885. 1st Lieut. 22nd Inf.. 16 Jan., 1892. Trans, to 4th 

Inf., 27 Dec., 1892. Capt., 2 March, 1899. Adj.. 1 Sept., 1899. 
BROWN, EARL I.* [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 26 April, 1898. 2nd Lieut., 5 July, 1898. 

BROWN, EDWARD O [Born in Wis. Appointed from Wis.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 11 June, 1881. 2nd Lieut., 14 June, 1881. Resigned 1 July, 

1882. 

BROWN, EDWARD T.* [Born in Me. Appointed from Me.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Art., 13 June, 1873. 1st Lieut., 13 June, 1882. Graduate of the 

Artillery School, 1876. Cap. 7th Art., 8 March, 1898. 

BROWN, FREDK. H. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Army.] 

2nd Lieut. 18th Inf.. 30 Oct., 1861. 1st Lieut., 24 March, 1862. Capt., 15 May. 1866. 

Killed 21 Dec., 1866, in action with Indians, in Dakota. Bvt. Capt., 1 Sept., 1864, 

for gallant and meritorious service during the Atlanta campaign. 

BROWN, FRED R.* [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 9th Inf., 15 Feb., 1899. 

BROWN, GEORGE Le R.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

2nd Lieut, llth Inf., 14 June. 1872. 1st Lieut., 23 Oct., 1882. Capt., 29 Dec.. 1890. 

Maj. 10th Inf., 12 July, 1899. Col. 4th Tenn., Vols., 13 July, 1898. Mustered out 

Vols., 6 May, 1899. 

BROWN, GEORGE M.* [Born in Mo. Appointed from Mo.] 

2nd Lieut. 16th Inf., 12 June, 1890. Resigned 13 April, 1893. 

BROWN, GUSTAVUS.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1829. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1829. Died 12 July, 1832. 

BROWN, HACHALIAH.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July, 1842. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 March, 1845. 1st 

Lieut.. 3 March, 1847. Reg. Adj., 1 Dec.. 1848, to 10 Oct., 1850. Died 22 Aug.. 1853. 

Bvt. Capt., 25 March, 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct in the affair at 

Medelin, Mexico. 

BROWN, HARVEY.* [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J.] 

2nd Lieut. Light Art., 24 July. 1818. Trans, to 1st Art., 1 June, 1821. Trans, to 4th 
Art., 16 Aug., 1821. 1st Lieut., 23 Aug., 1821. Capt., 10 April, 1835. Maj. 2nd Art., 
9 Jan., 1851. Lieut. Col. 4th Art., 28 April. 1861. Col. 5th Art., 14 May, 1861. Re- 
tired 1 Aug., 1863. Died 31 March, 1874. Bvt. Capt., 23 Aug., 1831, for ten years' 
faithful service in one grade. Bvt. Maj., 21 Nov., 1836, for gallant conduct on 
several occasions and general efficiency in the war against Florida Indians. Bvt. 
Lieut. Col., 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct in the Battle of 
Contreras. Bvt. Col., 13 Sept., 1847, for gallant conduct at the Gate of Belen. City 
of Mexico. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 23 Nov., 1861, for gallant and good conduct during 
the engagement of 22 and 23 Nov., 1861, between Fort Pickens and the rebel 
batteries. Bvt. Maj. Gen., 2 Aug., 1866, for distinguished services in the sup- 
pression of riot in New York City. 

BROWN. HARVEY E. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Mass.] 

Asst. Surg. 70th N. Y. Vols., 29 June, 1861. Maj. and Surg. 70th N. Y. Vols.. 27 

July, 1861. Resigned 10 Dec., 1862. 1st Lieut. Asst. Surg., 13 April, 1863. Bvt. 

Capt. and Bvt. Maj., 13 March. 1865. for faithful and meritorious service during 

the War. Capt. Asst. Surg., 28 July, 1866. Died 20 Aug.. 1889. 

BROWN. EDWARD O.* [Born in Wis. Appointed from Wis.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 11 June, 1881. 2nd Lieut.. 14 June, 1881. Resigned 1 July, 

1882. 

BROWN. HENRY A. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ariz.] 

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BROWN, HENRY L. [Born in Ind. Appointed from Army.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 28 June, 1848. Resigned 31 March, 1850. 

BROWN, HORACE. [Born in Me. Appointed from Me.] 

Priv., Corpl., Sergt. and 1st Sergt. 2nd Me. Vols., 28 May, 1861. 2nd Lieut., 4 Sept., 
1861. Dischraged 9 Nov., 1861. 1st Lieut. 18th Inf., 26 Oct., 1861. Resigned 28 
July, 1864 

BROWN, HUGH G. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Iowa.] 

2nd Lieut. 15th Iowa Vols., 1 Dec., 1861. 1st Lieut., 9 July, 1862. Capt. A. de C. 
Vols., 28 Aug., 1863. Bvt. Maj. Vols., 29 Sept., 1864, for gallant and meritorious 
service in the campaign of 1864. Bvt. Lieut. Col. Vols., 31 March, 1865, for gallant 
conduct in the field. 2nd Lieut. 18th Inf., 2 May, 1866. Mustered out of Vol. 
service, 10 July, 1866. Trans, to 36th Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. 1st Lieut., 25 Nov., 1866. 
Bvt. Capt., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Siege of Vicks- 
burg, Miss. Bvt. Maj., 2 March. 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the 
capture of Fort Harrison. Va. Unass'd 19 May, 1869. Ass'd to 12th Inf., 15 Dec., 
1S70. Capt.. 20 March, 1879. Maj., 26 April, 1898. Retired, over 30 years' service, 
16 May, 1899. 

BROWN, JACOB. [Born in Penn. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Brig. Gen. N. Y. Vols., June, 1812, to July, 1813. Brig. Gen., 19 July, 1813. Maj. 
Gen.. 24 Jan., 1814. Brig. Gen. N. Y. Vols , June, 1812, to July, 1813. Commander- 
in-chief of the Army, 1 June, 1821, to 24 Feb., 1828. Received the thanks of Con- 
gress 3 Nov., 1814, for his gallantry and good conduct in the successive Battles of 
Chippewa, Niagara and Erie, U. C., in which British veteran troops were beaten 
and repulsed by equal or inferior numbers; and with the presentation of a gold 
medal emblematic of these triumphs. Died 24 Feb., 1828. 

BROWN, JACOB. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. and Sergt. llth Inf., 3 Aug., 1812, to April, 1814. Ensign llth Inf., 15 April, 
1814. 3rd Lieut., 1 May, 1814. 2nd Lieut., 1 Sept., 1814. Trans, to 6th Inf., 17 
May, 1815 R. Q. M., April, 1816, to 1 June, 1821. 1st Lieut.. 18 Aug , 1819. Capt., 
7 April, 1825. Capt. A. Q. M., 23 Aug., to Oct., 1839. Maj. 7th Inf., 27 Feb., 
1843. Died 9 May, 1846, of wounds received in defense of Fort now known as Fort 
Brown. Texas. 

BROWN. JACOB.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 1 July,1832. 2nd Lieut.. 21 July, 1834. Resigned 31 July, 
1836. Maj. Addl. P. M., 4 Jan., 1840. Died 24 Oct., 1841. Maj. 7th Inf., 27 Feb., 
1843. 

BROWN, JAMES D. [Born In Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Ensign 25th Inf., 22 Jan., 1813. 2nd Lieut., 15 Aug., 1813. 1st Lieut., 2 May, 1814. 

Disbanded 15 June, 1815. Reinstated as 2nd Lieut. Corps Art., 2 Dec., 1815. Died 

13 May, 1817. Retained 2 Dec., 1815 (in re-organization under Act of 3 March, 

1815), as 2nd Lieut. Art., with Bvt. of 1st Lieut, from 2 May, 1814. 

BROWN, JAMES. P. [Bom in Ohio. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Co. C, 8th Ohio Vols., 29 April, to 16 Aug.. 1861. Priv., Corpl. and 1st Sergt. Co. 
E, 15th Inf., 4 Sept., 1861. to 21 Aug., 1863. 2nd Lieut. 15th Inf., 10 Aug., 
1863. 1st Lieut., 15 Aug , 1864. Capt., 15 Aug.. 1867. Died 9 June, 1875. Bvt. 
1st Lieut., 20 Sept., 1863, for gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of 
Chickamauga, Ga. 

BROWN, JOHN A.* [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July, 1846. 2nd Lieut., 3 March. 1847. 1st Lieut., 20 

Aug., 1848. Capt., 31 Oct., 1856. Resigned 3 July, 1861. Died 8 Oct., 1877. 
BROWN, JOHN T. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Mich.] 

1st Lieut. Inf., 9 March, 1847; 3rd Drag., 9 April, 1847. Disbanded 20 July, 1848. 
BROWN. JOSEPH B. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Mich.] 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg , 29 June, 1849. Maj. and Surg., 4 July, 1861. Bvt. Lieut. Col. 
and Bvt Col., 13 March, 1865. for faithful and meritorious service during the war. 
Bvt. Brig. Gen., 28 Sept., 1866, for meritorious and distinguished service at Fort 
Columbus. N. Y. Harbor, where cholera prevailed. Lieut. Col. Surg-.. 30 June. 
1882. Col. Surg., 24 Jan., 1886. Retired by operation of law 26 July, 1886 Died 
21 Oct., 1891. 

BROW T N, JUSTUS M. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg., 11 July, 1862. Bvt. Capt. and Bvt. Maj., 13 March, 1865, 
for faithful and meritorious service during the War. Capt. Asst. Surg., 28 July, 
1866. Maj. Surg., 13 April, 1881. Lieut. Col. Dep. Surg. Gen., 15 Nov., 1895. 
BROWN, LAWRENCE C. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv. Troop F, 7th Cav., 20 April, 1894, to 19 July, 1897, and Priv. and Corpl. Batty. 
D, 4th Art., 1 Oct.. 1897. to 6 July, 1898. 2nd Lieut. 6th Art., 22 June, 1898. 
Trans, to 2nd Art., 4 April, 1899. 

BROW T N. LOWNDES. [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.I 

1st Lieut. 2nd Art., 12 March. 1812. Trans, to Corps Art., 12 May, 1814. Capt., 28 

Sept., 1817. Resigned 30 Sept., 1819. 

BROWN LUCIUS F. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. and Sergt. Co. C, 3rd Batt. 18th Inf., 7 Oct.. 1861, to 9 June, 1862. 2nd Lieut. 

18th Inf., 9 June, 1862. 1st Lieut., 14 Jan., 1863. Died 10 Oct . 1863, of wounds 

received at the Battle of Chickamauga. Bvt. Capt., 19 Sept., 1863, for gallant and 

meritorious service at the Battle of Chickamauga, Ga. 

BROWN LYTLE * [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Tenn.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. Eng., 26 April, 1898. 2nd Lieut. 5 July. 1898. 
BROWN. MANNING. [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. C.] 

2nd Lieut. 12th Inf., 30 Dec., 1847. Disbanded 25 July. 1848. 
BROWN MICAH R.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

1st Lieut. Eng., 23 June, 1865. Capt., 23 April, 1869. Died 9 April. 1880. 

BROWN NATHAN W. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Maj. P. M., 5 Sept., 1849. Lieut. Col. Dep. P. M. Gen., 4 April, 1864. Bvt. Col., 13 

March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service during the war. Col. A. P. M., 

G., 28 July, 1866. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 15 Oct., 1867, for faithful and meritorious service 



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during the war. Brig. Gen. and P. M. G., 8 June, 1880. Retired, over 62 years 
of age, 6 Feb., 1882. Died 4 March, 1893. 

BROWN OSCAR J.* [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.l 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Cav.. 15 June, 1877. 2nd Lieut. 1st Cav.. 30 Sept., 1877. 1st 
Lieut., 24 April, 1886. Capt.. 11 Dec., 181)6. Col. 2nd Ga. Vols., 14 May, 1808. 
Mustered out Vols., 30 Nov., 1898. 

BROWN, PAUL R. [Boru in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y. 1 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg., 10 Nov., 1874. Capt. Asst. Surg., 10 Nov., 1879. Maj. Surg., 

3 Dec., 1891. Retired for disability 1 Oct., 1897. 

BROWN PRESTON. [Born in Ky. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv. and Corpl. Batty A. 5th Art., 1 Sept., 1894, to 26 March, 1897. 2nd Lieut. 2nd 

Inf., 2 March, 1897. 1st Lieut., 27 Feb., 1899. 

BROWN, ROBERT A.* [Born in Pa. Appointed from Pa.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Cav., 14 June, 1885. 1st Lieut. 7th Cav., 28 Nov., 1891. Graduate of 

the Infantry and Cavalry School, 1889. Trans, to 4th Cav., 1 Dec., 1891. Capt. 

8th Cav., 14 Sept., 1899. Maj. I. G. Vols., 7 June, 1898. Discharged Vols., 12 

May, 1899. Maj. I.G. Vols., 30 Sept., 1899. 

BROWNE* JESSE B. [Born in N. C. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 18 June, 1866. 1st Lieut., 10 June, 1876. R. Q. M , 1 Nov., 1887, 

to 14 July, 1890. Capt , 14 July, 1890. Died 14 Sept., 1892. 
BROWN, SAML. [Born in Penn. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Maj. Dep. Q. M. G., 26 March, 1813. Resigned 18 June, 1816. 
BROWN, SEWELL.H. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

1st Lieut. 6th Cav., 14 May, 1861. Resigned 25 Jan., 1864. Died 9 May, 1887. 
BROWN, STANLEY A. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Wis.] 

Priv. Co. D, 5th Wis Vols., 12 July, 1861, to 27 Aug., 1864. 2nd Lieut. 5th U. S. 
Vet. Vols., 19 Jan., 1865. 1st Lieut . 31 Oct., 1865. Mustered out 1 April, 1866. 
2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 23 Feb., 1866. 1st Lieut., 1 Aug., 1866. Died 13 May, 1868. 
BROWN, THEOPHILUS B.* [Boru in Conn. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July, 1826. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1826. Died 14 

Sept., 1834. 

BROWN, THOMPSON S.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut Eug., 1 July. 1825. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1825. 1st Lieut., 15 May, 

1835. Resigned 31 Oct., 1836. 
BROWN, WALTER S.* [Born in Me. Appointed from Me.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 15 Feb., 1899. 
BROWN, WM. A.* [Boru in Conn. Appointed from Conn.] 

Changed name to Win. Austine, which see. 

BROW T N, WM. C.* [Born in Minn. Appointed from Minn.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., 15 June, 1877. 2nd Lieut. 1st Cav.,3 July, 1877. 1st Lieut., 
19 Dec., 1884. Capt., 6 Nov., 1896. Graduate of the Infantry and Cavalry School, 
1883. Maj. 45th U. S. Vols.. 17 Aug., 1899. Trans, to 42ud U. S. Vols., 14 Sept., 
1899. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 27 FeJ)., 1890, for gallant services in actions against Indians 
at Big Creek, Idaho, 19 Aug., 1879, and in the reconnaissances of 17 Aug., and 25 
Sept., 1879. 

BROWN, WM. H. [Born in Md. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Troop C, 2nd Cav., 1 March, 1858, to 12 June, 1861 2nd 
Lieut, llth Inf., 14 May. 1861. 1st Lieut., 9 Sept., 1861. Resigned 23 Oct., 1861. 
2nd Lieut. 5th Cav., 23 Oct., 1861. R. Q M., 13 Nov., 1861. to 1 Dec , 1862. 1st 
Lieut., 17 July, 1862. ('apt. A. Q. M. Vols.. 20 Oct., 1862. Mustered out of Vols., 
25 Aug.. 1865. Capt 5th Cav., 1 April, 1865. Bvt Capt., 18 June, 1864, for gal- 
lant and meritorious service during the Piedmont and Lynchburg expeditions. 
Bvt. Mai., 1 April. 1865. for gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of Five 
Forks, Va. Bvt. Maj. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service 
during the war. Committed suicide 4 June, 1875. 

BROWN, WM. H. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Capt. 14th Inf., 14 May, 1861. Bvt. Maj.. 17 Sept., 1863. for gallant and meritorious 

service at the Battle of Antietam, Md. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865, for gallant 

and meritorious service during the war. Trans, to 23rd Inf., 21 Sept.. 1866. 

Trans, to 21st Inf., 19 April. 1869. Maj. 18th Inf., 16 Aug., 1871. Lieut. Col. 1st 

Inf., 15 Dec., 1880. Died 10 March, 1883. 

BROWN, WM. R. [Born in Fenn. Appointed from Penn.] 



Capt. 15th Inf., 14 May. 1861. Resigned 21 Aug., 1865. 
BROWN, WM. S.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1835. Resigned 31 Dec.. 1835. 
BROWN. WM. S. [Boru in N. Y. Appointed from Mich.] 

Capt. Asst. C. S., 14 Feb., 1848. Disbanded 29 July, 1848. 

BROWNE. EDWARD H.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 13 June, 1879. 1st Lieut.. 17 July. 1890. Capt.. 10 April, 1897. 

BROWNE, JESSE B [Born in N. C. Appointed from 111 ] 

Capt. Mounted Rangers, 16 June, 1832. Capt. 1st Drag., 15 Aug., 1833. Resigned 

:;o Juno. is::7. 

BROWNE. WM. <\ [Boru in Md. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 8th Inf.. 7 July, 1838. 1st Lieut., 1 Oct.. 1840. Resigned 31 Dec., 1S45. 

BROWNELL. FRANCIS E. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Priv. Co. A, llth N. Y. Vols., 20 April. 1861. Discharged 4 July, 1861. 2nd Lieut. 

llth Inf.. 14 May, 1861. 1st Lieut., 24 Oct., 1861. Retired 4 Nov., 1863. Died 15 

March, 1894. 

BROWNELL, THOMAS S. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Coan.] 

2nd Lieut. 5th Inf., 30 Dec., 1839. Died 5 May, 1841. 

BROWNING. GEORGE L. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Co. F, 7th N. Y. State Militia. 26 April, 1861. Discharged 3 June, 1861. Friv. 
Co. F. 1st Batt. 14th Inf.. 29 Sept.. 1862. Sergt., 29 Dec.. 1862. 2nd Lieut, ,14th 
Inf., 27 Feb., 1863. 1st Lieut.. 15 Aug.. 1864. Trans, to 23rd Inf.. 21 Sept.. 1866. 
Oapt., 7 ivi... 1867. Unass'd 23 July. 1869. Ass'd to 7th Inf.. 1 Jan., 1871. Died 
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BROWNING, WM. [Born i n Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Ensign 9th Inf., 12 March, 1812. 2nd Lieut., 13 March, 1813. 1st Lieut., 15 Oct., 
1813. Capt., 31 Oct., 1814. Retained 17 May, 1815, as 1st Lieut. 2nd Inf. Capt., 
I Nov., 1817. Retained 17 May, 1815, (in re-organization under Act of 3 March, 
1815), as 1st Lieut. 2nd Inf., with Bvt. of Capt. from 31 Oct., 1814. Resigned 23 
Sept., 1827. 

BROWNLOW, ALEXR. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.l 

Ensign 2nd Inf., 10 June, 1807. 2nd Lieut., 30 Sept., 1808. 1st Lieut., 1 Jan., 1810. 
Reg. Adj., Oct., to 10 Sept , 1813. Capt., 7 Sept , 1813. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. 
Reinstated 2 Dec., 1815, in 8th Inf. Died 5 Nov., 1817. 

BROWNLOW, JAMES P. [Born in Tenn Appointed from Tenu.] 

Capt. 1st Tenn. Cav., 1 April, 1862. Lieut. Col., 1 Aug., 1862. Col., 15 June, 1864. 

Bvt Brig. Gen. Vols , 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service during 

the war. Mustered out 11 April, 1865. Capt. 8th Cav., 28 July, 1866. Resigned 

26 March, 1868. Died 26 April, 1879. 

BROWNSON, HENRY F. [Born in Mass. Appointed from N. Y. ' 

1st Lieut. 15th N. Y. Eng., 17 June, 1861. Resigned 2 Jan., 1862. 2nd Lieut., 3rd 

Art., 1 Dec., 1861. 1st Lieut., 28 Feb., 1862. Capt. A. A. G. Vols., 3 April, 1863. 

Resigned from Vols., 2 July, 1865. Capt. 43rd Inf., 28 July, 1866. Unass'd 8 April, 

1869. Ass'd to 25th Inf., 15 Dec.. 1870. Discharged 29 Dec., 1870. Bvt. Capt., 1 

July, 1862, for gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of Malvern Hill, Va. 

Chancellorsville, Va. 

BRUA, JACOB. [Born in Fenn. Appointed from Penu.l 

2nd Lieut, llth Inf., 25 May, 1847. Died 3 July, 1847. 

BRUA, JOHN P. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Peiin.] 

Addl. P. M. Vols., 1 June, 1861. Vacated commission, 23 Feb., 1864. Mai. P. M. 
U. S. A., 23 Feb., 1864. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meri- 
torious service during the war. Retired 8 Feb , 1875. Died 26 May, 1888. 
BRUCE, GEORGE. [Born in Scotland. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. H, 1st Inf., 17 April, 1838, to 17 April, 1841. Priv., Corpl. 
and Sergt. Co. H, 2nd Inf., 8 July, 1841, to 8 July, 1848. Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf , 
28 June, 1848. 2nd Lieut., 28 June, 1848. Resigned 19 Aug., 1848. 
BRUCE, WM. E.* [Born in Pa. Appointed from Ohio.] 

2nd Lieut. 22nd Inf., 12 June, 1887. Died 27 Feb., 1892. 

BRUEN, LUTHER P. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Maj. 12th Inf., 14 May. 1861. Died 21 June, 1864, of wounds received in Battle of 

Laurel Hill, Va., 13 May, 1864. 

BRUFF, LAWRENCE L.* [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.j 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 15 June, 1876. Trans, to Ord., 30 Oct., 1879. 1st Lieut., 30 

Oct., 1879. Capt. (14 years' service) 15 June, 1890. 

BRUMBACH, VIRGIL J.* [Born in Ind. Appointed from Idaho.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 11 June, 1881. 1st Lieut., 25 Sept., 1890. Resigned 18 May, 

BRUMBY, 'ARNOLDUS V.* [Born in S. C. Appointed from N. C.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 1 July, 1835. 2nd Lieut., 31 Dec., 1835. Resigned 30 June, 

1836. 

BRUNCK, FRANK C. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

1st Lieut. 100th N. Y. Vols., 7 Jan , 1862. Capt.. 15 Nov., 1862. Mustered out 9 
Jan., 1865. 2nd Lieut 15th Inf., 28 July, 1866. 1st Lieut., 27 Aug., 1867. Died 7 
Nov., 1867. 

BRUNOT, HILLARY.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

, 3rd Lieut. 1st Inf., 21 -July, 1814. 2nd Lieut., 22 July, 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. 
Reinstated 2 Dec , 1815. in 3rd Inf. 1st Lieut., 31 Dec., 1818. Disbanded 1 June, 
1821. Died 26 March, 1872. 

BRUNTON, WM. B. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Iowa.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Iowa Cav., 1 Dec., 1861 1st Lieut., 4 June, 1862. Capt., 5 April, 1864. 
Mustered out 19 Sept., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 9th Cav., 18 June, 1867. 1st Lieut.', 13 
Sept., 1867. Resigned 24 May, 1873. Bvt. 1st Lieut , 18 June, 1867, for gallant con- 
duct at the Battle of Corinth, Miss., 2 Oct.. 1862. Bvt. Capt., 18 June, 1867, for gal- 
lant conduct at the Battle of Nashville, Tenn., 14 Dec , 1864. 

BRUSH, ALFRED.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from Mich.1 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July, 1832. 2nd Lieut., 14 Sept., 1834. Resigned 28 

July, 1836. Died 12 April, 1870. 

BRUSH, DANIEL H.* [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

Priv. Co. F, 145th 111. Vols., 22 May, to 23 Sept., 1864. Cadet Mil Acad., 1 Sept., 
1867. 2nd Lieut. 17th Inf., 12 June, 1871. 1st Lieut., 4 Aug., 1876. Capt , 2 
May. 1892. 

BRUYERE, PETER H. [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. Y.] 

2nd Lieut. Inf., 23 Feb., 1847; 10th Inf., 9 April, 1847. 1st Lieut., 6 March, 1848. Dis- 
banded 22 Aug.. 1848. 

BRYAN, EDWARD B.* [Born in S. C. Appointed at Large.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut 1st Art., 1 July, 1848. Resigned 5 Oct., 1848. Died 28 April, 1861. 

BRYAN, FRANCIS T.* [Born in N. C. Appointed from N. C.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Top. Eng., 1 July. 1846. 2nd Lieut., 24 April, 1851. 1st Lieut., 1 

July, 1855. Capt., 1 July, 1860. Resigned 10 June, 1861. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 23 Feb., 

1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct at Bueua Vista. 

BRYAN, GOODE.* [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut 5th Inf., 1 July. 1834. Resigned 30 April, 1835. Maj. 1st Ala. Vols., 

27 June, 1846. Mustered out 28 May, 1847. 

BRYAN, GUY, Jr. [Born in Penn. Appointed from N. J.I 

1st Sergt. Co. I, 5th N. J. Vols., 4 Aug., 1861. 2nd Lieut., 20 March, 1863. Resigned 

13 May, 1863. 1st Lieut. 18th Pa. Cav., 12 June, 1863. Capt.. 18 May, 1865. 3rd 

Pa. Prov Cav.. 24 June, 1865. Mustered out 31 Oct., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 25th Inf., 22 

Jan., 1867. Died 18 July, 1868. 

BRYAN. ROGER B.* [Born in Tenn. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., 13 June, 1883. 1st Lieut., 18 Sept., 1890. Capt. 5th Cav., 2 



218 ARMY LIST 1815-1900. 

March, 1899. Reg'l Q. M., 3 Aug., 1899. Graduate of the Infantry and Cavalry 
School, 1889. 

BRYAN, TIMOTHY M.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Bvt 2nd Lieut. 9th Inf., 1 July, 1855. 2nd Lieut. 10th Inf., 25 Aug.. 1855. Re- 
signed 1 Jan., 1857. Lieut. Col. 12th Mass. Vols., 26 June, 1861. Resigned 7 Oct., 
1862. Col. 18th Pa. Cav., 24 Dec., 1862. Discharged 29 Dec., 1864. Died 8 April, 
1881 

BRYANT. CULLEN.* [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.] 

2nd Lieut. Ord., 13 June, 1864. 1st Lieut., 5 July, 1867. Capt., 23 June, 1874. MaJ., 

31 Jan., 1891. Retired, over 30 years' service, 2 Sept., 1894. 

BRYANT, MONTGOMERY. [Born in Kan. Appointed from Mo.] 

2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 21 Feb., 1857. 1st Lieut., 3 May, 1861. 1st Lieut. 16th Inf., 
14 May, 1861, declined. Capt. 6th Inf., 10 June, 1861. Bvt. Maj., 13 Dec., 1862, 
for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Fredericksburg, Va. Maj. 14th 
Inf., 7 Oct., 1874. Lieut. Col. 8th Inf., 22 June, 1882. Col. 13th Inf., 16 Dec., 1888. 
Retired, over 30 years' service, 1 March, 1894. 

BRYANT, THOS. S. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Asst. Surg., 5 Oct., 1825. Resigned 31 Dec., 1835. 1st Lieut. 2nd Drag.. 11 June, 
1836. Capt., 26 Sept., 1837. Resigned 2 Dec., 1839. Addl. P. M., 28 Dec., 1846. 
Disbanded 1 July, 1849. 

BRYANT, WM.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 1 July. 1826. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July, 1826. Resigned 

31 Aug., 1835. Died 15 Aug., 1846. 

BUBB, JOHN W. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Co. E, 1st Batt. 12th Inf., 13 Sept., 1861. Sergt., 1 Jan., 1862. 1st Sergt., 1 
Dec., 1862. Discharged 10 Feb., 1864. 1st Sergt. Co. E. 1st Batt. 12th Inf.. 10 
Feb., 1864. 2nd Lieut, and 1st Lieut. 12th Inf., 5 Feb., 1866. Trans, to 30th Inf., 
21 Sept., 1866. Trans, to 4th Inf.. 23 March, 1869. Capt., 16 March, 1879. Maj., 
26 April, 1898. Lieut. Col. 12th Inf., 20 Oct., 1899. 

BUCHAN, FRED E. [Born in Kan. Appointed from Kan.] 

Capt. Co. B, 20th Kan. Vols., 9 May, 1898. Mustered out 30 July, 1899. 2nd Lieut. 

6th Cav., 1 June, 1899. 

BUCHANAN, JAMES A. [Born in Md. Appointed from Md.] 

2nd Lieut. 14th Inf., 7 March, 1867. 1st Lieut., 10 Dec.. 1873. Capt.. 10 June, 1890. 
Trans, to llth Inf., 21 July, 1893. Maj. 15th Inf., 4 May, 1899. Lieut. Col. Porto 
Rico Batt. of Vols., Feb., 1900. 

BUCHANAN. ROBERT C.* [Born in Md. Appointed from D. C.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 1 July, 1830. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1830. Reg. Adj., 4 Feb.. 
1835, to 30 Nov., 1838. 1st Lieut., 16 March, 1836. Capt., 1 Nov., 1838. Maj., 3 
Feb., 1855. Lieut. Col., 9 Sept., 1861. Brig. Gen. Vols., 29 Nov., 1862. Appointment 
expired 4 March, 1863. Col. 1st Inf., 8 Feb., 1864. Retired 31 Dec., 1870. Died 29 
Nov., 1878. Bvt. Maj., 9 May, 1846, for gallant and distinguished service in the 
Battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma Bvt. Lieut. Col., 8 Sept.. 1847, for 
gallant and meritorious conduct in the Battle of Molino del Rey, Mexico. Bvt. 
Col., 27 June, 1862, for gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of Games' 
Mill, Va. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 March. 1865. for gallant and meritorious service at the 
Battle of Malvern Hill, Va. Bvt. Maj. Gen., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and dis- 
tinguished service at the Battles of Manassas and Fredericksburg, Va. 

BUCHANAN, WM. F. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Asst. Surg., 30 March, 1864. Capt. Asst. Surg., 30 March, 1869. Resigned 1 April, 

1878. Bvt. Capt., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service. 

BUCHANAN, WM. P.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

3rd Lieut. Ord., 1 July, 1820. Trans, to 2nd Art., 1 June, 1821. Resigned 31 March, 

1822. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 21 June, 1822. Drowned 20 Sept., 1822. 

BUCK, BEAUMONT B.* [Born in Miss. Appointed from Tex.] 

2nd Lieut. 16th Inf., 14 June, 1885. 1st Lieut. 19th Inf., 4 May, 1892. Trans, to 
16th Inf., 12 Aug., 1892. Capt., 2 March, 1899. Maj. 2nd Tex. Vols., 13 May, 1898. 
Mustered out 9 Nov., 1898. 

BUCK, DANIEL A. A.* [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

2nd Lieut. Eng., 23 Feb., 1808. Resigned 31 Aug., 1811. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 17 
Oct., 1812. Capt 31st Inf., 30 April, 1813. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. Died 24 
Dec., 1841. 

BUCK. MARCUS C. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Maj. and Surg. 20th Inf., 2 July, 1813. Trans, to 4th Inf.. 17 May, 1815. Resigned 

4 Sept., 1815. Mil. Storekeeper, 25 April, 1831. Died 7 May, 1845. 

BUCK, WM. L.* [Born in Ala. Appointed from Ala.] 

2nd Lieut. 13th Inf., 14 June, 1878. 1st Lieut., 4 Feb., 1888. Capt., 23 March. 1898. 

BUCKEY, MERVYN C.* [Born in Md. Appointed from D. C.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 5th Art.. 11 June. 1897. 2nd Lieut. 6th Art., 8 March, 1898. Trans. 

to 5th Art., 22 April, 1898. 1st Lieut. 3rd Art.. 18 March. 1899. 

BUCKINGHAM. CATHARINUS P.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July. 1829. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1829. Resigned 30 Sept., 
1831. Brig. Gen. Vols., 16 July, 1862. Resigned 11 Feb., 1863 Died 30 Aug., 
1888 

BUCKLEY, JOSEPH. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

3rd Lieut. 38th Inf., 1 May. 1814. Trans, to Corps Art., 12 May, 1814. 2nd Lieut.. 
22 July, 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. 3rd Lieut. Ord.. 13 Aug., 1819. Retained 
as 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 1 June, 1821. Resigned 1 Julv, 1822. 

BUCKLIN, BENJN. F. [Born in R. I. Appointed from R. I.I 

Capt. C. S. Vols., 26 Nov., 1862. Bvt. Maj. Vols . 2 Aug., 186o. for faithful service 
in the Sub. Dept. Lieut. Col. Vols., 2 Aug , 1865, for faithful, gallant and meri- 
torious service. Mustered out 3 Aug., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 34th Inf., 22 Jan., 1867. 
Dismissed 18 Sept., 1867. 

BUCKLIN, CHAS. M. [Born in Vt. Appointed from Vt.] 

Priv. 2nd Vt. Batty., 5 Aug.. 1864. Discharged 9 March. 1865. Sorgt Maj. 81st U. 
S. Col. Inf., 14 March, 1865 2nd Lieut., 12 Aug., 1865. Mustered out 22 March, 
1867. 1st Lieut. 39th Inf., 12 June, 1867. Died 5 Oct., 1867. 



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BUCKNER, SIMON B.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut 2nd Inf., 1 July, 1844. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 9 May, 1846. R. Q. M., 8 
Aug., to 17 Dec , 1847. 1st Lieut., 31 Dec., 1851. Capt. C. S., 3 Nov., 1852. Re- 
signed 26 March, 1855. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant conduct at Churu- 
busco. Bvt. Capt., 8 Sept., 1847, for gallant conduct at Molino del Rey 
BUCKNER, WM. H. [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Maj. and Surg. 2nd Light Drag., 6 July, 1812. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. Restored 
as Hosp. Surg. Mate, 13 Sept.. 1815. Trans, to 4th Inf., Sept., 1816. Post Surg., 
18 April, 1818. Died 2 Oct., 1820. 

BUDD, GEORGE W. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y J 

1st Sergt. Co. G, 2nd Iowa Cav., 30 Aug., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Iowa Cav., 1 June, 
1862. Capt., 7 Feb., 1865. Mustered out 19 Sept., 1865. 2nd Lieut. 9th Cav., 17 
Aug., 1867. 1st Lieut., 20 April, 1872. Retired 28 June, 1878. 

BUDD, OTHO W. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Md.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Cav., 8 Dec., 1868. 1st Lieut., 5 Jan., 1874. Capt., 28 Dec., 1882. Re- 
tired for disability 22 April, 1891. 

BUDLONG, ALTON H. [Born in R. I. Appointed from the Army.] 

Served under name of Chas. A. Howard as Priv. and Corpl. Co. I, 3rd Inf., 9 July, 
1870, to 2 Nov., 1872. Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Co. C, and Q. M. Sergt. 6th Cav., 
14 Jan., 1873, to 14 Jan., 1878. Q. M. Sergt. and Sergt. Maj. 6th Cav., 28 Jan., 
1878. to 5 Sept., 1880. 2nd Lieut. 9th Cav., 24 June, 1880. Name changed to 
Budlong by Act of Congress 15 May, 1882. 1st Lieut. 9th Cav., 3 July, 1885. Re- 
signed 12 Jan., 1886. 

BUEL. DAVID H.* [Born in Mich. Appointed from N. Y.I 

Bvt. 2nd and 2nd Lieut. 1st Drag., 24 June. 1861. 1st Cav., 3 Aug., 1861. Trans, to 

3rd Art., 23 Oct., 1861. Trans, to Ord., 24 Oct., 1861. 1st Lieut., 3 March, 1863 

Capt., 30 July, 1863. Assassinated 22 July, 1870. Bvt. Maj., 22 July, 1864, for gal- 

tlant and meritorious service in action in front of Atlanta, Ga. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 
13 March, 1865, for meritorious and distinguished service in the campaign from At- 
lanta, Ga., to Goldsboro', N. C. 

BUELL, DON CARLOS.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ind.l 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 1 July, 1841. 1st Lieut., 18 June, 1846. Reg. Adj., 15 Feb., 1847. 

to 25 Jan., 1848. Bvt. ('apt. A. A. G., 25 Jan.. 1848. Maj. A. A. G., 25 Feb., 1861. 

Lieut. Col., 11 May, 1861. Col., 17 July, 1862. Brig. Gen. Vols., 17 May, 1861. 

Maj. Gen. Vols., 21 March, 1862. Mustered out of Vols., 23 May, 1864. Resigned 

1 June, 1864. Bvt. Capt., 23 Sept., 1864, for gallant and meritorious conduct at 
Monterey. Bvt. Maj., 20 Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct at Con- 
treras and Churubusco. 

BUELL, GEORGE P. [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.] 

Lieut. Col. 58th Ind. Vols., 17 Dec., 1861. Col., 24 June, 1862. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 
12 Jan., 1865, for long, faithful and most valuable service, and for able manage- 
ment of pontoon trains. Mustered out 25 July, 1865. Lieut. Col. 29th Inf., 28 July, 
1866. Bvt. Col., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of 
Missionary Ridge, Tenn. Bvt. Brig. Gen., 2 March, 1867, for gallant and meri- 
torious service during the War. Trans, to llth Inf., 15 March, 1869. Col. 15th Inf., 
20 March, 1879. Died 31 May, 1883. 
BUELL, JAMES W. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

1st Lieut. Asst. Surg.. 5 Aug.. 1876. Capt. and Asst. Surg., 5 Aug., 1881. Retired for 

disability 2 July, 1891. Died 5 Oct., 1897. 
BUELL. JOHN L. [Born in Ind. Appointed from Col.] 

2nd Lieut 4th Inf., 5 Aug., 1861. R. Q. M., 1 April, to 31 July, 1862. 1st Lieut., 25 

Nov., 1861. Resigned 6 Nov., 1862. 
BUFFINGTON, ABRAHAM P. [Born in Iowa. Appointed from Iowa.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Inf., 30 Oct., 1884. 1st Lieut. 1st Inf., 10 Sept., 1891, Trans, to 13th 
Inf., 6 Oct., 1891. Capt. 1st Inf., 7 Jan., 1899. Reg'l Adj., 1 May, 1899. Graduate 
of the Infantry and Cavalry School, 1887. 
BUFFINGTON, ADELBERT R.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Va.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Ord., 6 May, 1861. 2nd Lieut.. 14 May. 1861. 1st Lieut., 22 July, 
1861. Capt., 3 March, 1863. Bvt. Maj., 13 March, 1865, for faithful and meri- 
torious service in the Ord. Dept. Maj. Ord., 23 June, 1874. Lieut. Col., 1 June, 
1881. Col.. 28 Feb., 1889. Brig. Gen. and Chief of Ord., 5 April, 1899. 
BUFFUM, MARTIN P. [Born in R. I. Appointed from R. I.] 

Priv. Co. C, 1st R. I. Vols., 2 May, to 2 Aug., 1861. Capt. 4th R. I. Vols., 30 Oct., 
1861. Maj., 10 Oct., 1862. Lieut. Col., 24 Dec., 1862. Resigned 17 Dec., 1864. 
Lieut. Col. 9th U. S. Vet. Vols., 1 June, 1865. Bvt. Col. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for 
gallant and meritorious service during the war. Mustered out 10 May, 1866. 2nd 
Lieut. 15th Inf., 16 March, 1866. 1st Lieut.. 11 May, 1867. Resigned 22 Feb., 1877. 
Bvt. 1st Lieut, and Bvt. Capt., 2 March, 1867, for <rallant and meritorious service 
in the assault after the explosion of the mine in front of Petersburg, Va. Bvt. Maj., 

2 March. 1867, for gallant and meritorious service during the war. Died 20 April, 
1884. 

BUFORD, ABRAM.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Drag., 1 July, 1841. 2nd Lieut.. 12 April, 1842. 1st Lieut.. 6 

Dec., 1846. Capt., 15 July, 1853. Resigned 22 Oct., 1854. Bvt. Capt., 23 Feb., 1847, 

for gallant and meritorious conduct at Buena Vista. 

BUFORD, JOHN, JR.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from 111.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Drag., 1 July, 1848. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Drag., 17 Feb., 1849. 1st 

Lieut., 9 July, 1853. R. Q. M., 9 May. 1855, to 4 Aug., 1858. Capt., 9 March, 1859. 

Maj. A I. G., 12 Nov., 1861. Brig. Gen. Vols., 27 July, 1862. Maj. Gen. Vols., 1 

July, 1863. Died 16 Dec., 1863. 

BUFORD, NAPOLEON B.* [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.l 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Art., 1 July, 1827. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 1 July. 1827. Resigned 31 

Dec., 1835. Col. 27th 111. Vols., 10 Aug., 1861. Brig. Gen. Vols., 15 April, 1862. Maj. 

Gen. Vols., 29 Nov., 1862. Appointment as Maj. Gen. expired 4 March, 1863. Bvt. 

Maj. Gen. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service during the 

war. Mustered out 24 Aug., 1865. Died 28 March, 1883. 






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BUFORD, TEMPLE. [Born in Me. Appointed from Army.] 

2nd Lieut. .1th Car., 19 Feb., 1863. Resigned 11 Jan.. ls54. 

BUGGE JENS.* [Born in Wis. Appointed from Minn.] 

2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 12 June, 1895. 1st Lieut, of Inf., 1 July, 1898. Ass'd to 3rd Inf., 

1 Jan., 1899. 

BUIST, GEORGE. [Born in S. C. Appointed from S. < 

Asst. Surg., 12 July. 1842. Resigned 23 Sept., 1842. Asst. Surg., 5 June, 1844. Re- 
signed 31 Dec., 1845. 

BULLARD, ROBERT L.* [Born in Ala. Appointed from Ala.] 

2nd Lieut. 10th Inf., 14 June, 1885. 1st Lieut. (3th Inf.. 2 April, 1892. Trans, to 

10th Inf., 28 Sept., 1892. Capt. and C. S., 22 June, 1898. Maj. 1st Batt. Ala. Col. 

Inf., 2 June, 1898. Col. 3rd Ala. Vols., Aug., 1898. Mustered out 20 March, 1899. 

Col. 39th U. S. Vols., 17 Aug., 1899. 

BULLIS, JOHN L. [Born in X. Y. Appointed from Ark.] 

Corpl. Co. H, 126th N. Y. Vols.. 8 Aug., 1862. Discharged 17 Aug., 1864. Capt. 118th 
U. S. Col Troops, 18 Aug.. 1864. Mustered out 6 Feb., 1866. 2nd Lieut. 41st Inf., 
3 Sept., 1867. Trans, to 24th Inf., 11 Nov., 1869. 1st Lieut., 20 June, 1873. Bvt. 
Capt., 27 Feb., 1890, for gallant services in action against Indians at Reinolina, 
Mexico, 18 May, 1873, and on the Pecos River, Tex. ,26 April, 1875. Bvt. Maj., 27 
Feb., 1890, for gallant services in action against Indians near Saragossa, Mexico, 
30 July, 1876, and in action against Indians in the Burro Mountains, Mexico, 3 May. 
1881. Capt., 29 April, 1886. Maj. and P. M., 29 Jan., 1897. 

BULLOCK, EDWIN C.* [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J.] 

2nd Lieut. 7th Cav., 13 June. 1883. 1st Lieut, of Cav. (4th), 25 Feb., 1891. Trans. 

to 7th Cav., 1 Dec., 1891. Died 15 Dec., 1896. 
BULLOCK. ERASMUS D. [Born in N. C. Appointed from N. C.] 

1st Lieut. 2nd Drag., 11 June, 1836. Capt., 29 Jan., 1838. Resigned 1 Feb., 1841. 
BUMPUS, EDWARD A. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Priv. Co. A, 1st Mass. Heavy Art., 8 May, 1898, to 4 Aug., 1898. 2nd Lieut. 21st Inf., 

9 July, 1898. 1st Lieut. 9th Inf., 8 July, 1899. 

BUNDEL, CHARLES M.* [Born in Pa. Appointed from Pa.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 15 Feb., 1899. 

BUNDY, OMAR.* [Born in Ind. Appointed from Ind.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 13 June, 1883. Trans, to 3rd Inf., 13 May, 1884. 1st Lieut., 26 

May, 1890. Capt. 6th Inf., 26 April, 1898. Reg. Q. M., 10 March, 1899. Graduate 

of the Infantry and Cavalry School, 1887. Capt. C. S., 12 May, 1898 (declined). 

BUNNELL, GEORGE W., Jr.* [Born in Gal. Appointed from Cal.] 

2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 15 Feb., 1899. 

BUNTING, JOSEPH P. [Born in Pa. Appointed from Pa.] 

Ensign Rifles, 4 Jan., 1813. 3rd Lieut. 2nd Art., 14 May, 1813. 2nd Lieut.. 26 June, 
1813. Trans, to Corps Art., 12 May, 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. 2nd Lieut. 4th 
Inf., 13 Feb.. 1818. 1st Lieut., 24 Feb., 1818. Dismissed 8 Jan., 1819. 

BURBANK, CLAYTON S. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.) 

2nd Lieut. 10th Inf., 7 March, 1867. 1st Lieut., 24 March, 1878. Capt., 21 Aug., 1888. 

Died 8 March, 1898. 

BURBANK, JACOB E. [Born in Penn. Appointed from Ind.] 

Addl. P. M. Vols., 19 Feb.. 1863. Vacated commission 17 Jan., 1867. Maj. and P. M. 

U. S. A., 17 Jan., 1867. Retired 3 March, 1875. 

BURBANK. JAMES B. [Born in Conn. Appointed from the Army.] 

Asst. Q. M. G.. State of Conn., Oct., 1861, to 24 Nov., 1862. 1st Lieut, and Adj. 2()th 
Conn. Vols., 24 Nov., 1862. Capt.. 4 June, 1863. Resigned 17 Dec., 1863. Priv. 3t*I 
Art., 14 May, 1864. Sergt. Maj., 19 May, 1864. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Art., 12 March, 1865. 
Bvt. 1st Lieut., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service during tlu* 
war. Bvt. Maj. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for gallant conduct in the Batt\ of Chancel- 
lorsville and Gettysburg. 1st Lieut., 28 July, 1866. Capt. 3rd Art., 3 Nov., 1882. 
Maj. 5th Art., 8 March, 1898. Graduate of the Artillery School, 1872. 

BURBANK, JOHN G.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

2nd Lieut. 8th Inf.. 1 July. 1841. 1st Lieut., 31 Dec., 1845. R. Q. M., 31 March, to 

10 Sept., 1847. Died 10 Sept., 1847, of wounds received in Battle of Molino del 
Rey, Mox. 

BURBANK, NATHANIEL. [Born in Me. Appointed from Mass.] 

Priv. Co. B, 15th Mass. Vols , 8 July, 1863, to 15 Sept., 1864. 2nd Lieut. 10th U. S. 
Col. Art., 17 Sept., 1864. 1st Lieut., 27 Sept., 1864. Bvt. Capt. Vols.. 13 March, 
1865, for gallant and meritorious service during the war. Mustered out 22 Feb . 
1867. 2nd Lieut. 37th Inf., 22 Jan., 1867. Unass'd 19 May, 1869 Ass'd to 5th Inf.. 
14 July. 1869. Resigned 1 Aug., 1869. Bvt. 1st Lieut.. 2 March, 1867, for gallant 
and meritorious service at the Battle of Bristow Station, Va. 

BURBANK, SIDNEY.* [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Inf.. 1 July, 1829. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1829. 1st Lieut., 29 Oct., 
1836. Capt., 8 Nov.. 1839. Maj. 2nd Inf., 8 Dec., 1855. Trans, to 1st Inf.. 2 July. 
1856. Lieut. Col. 13th Inf., 14 May, 1861. Col. 2nd Inf., 16 Sept., 1862. Bvt. Brig. 
Gen., 13 March, 1865. for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Gettys- 
burg, Pa. Unass'd 15 March, 1869. Retired 1 May, 1870. Died 7 Dec., 1882. 
BURBANK, SIDNEY S. [Born in Tex. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. Cos. H and K, 19th Inf., 6 Sept., 1897, to 16 Nov., 1899. 

2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 1 Oct., 1899. 

BURBANK. SULLIVAN. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Mass.] 

Sergt. Maj., 15th Inf., Aug., 1799, to June. 1800. 1st Lieut. 21st Inf.. 12 March, 1812 
Capt., 13 March, 1813. Trans to 5th Inf., 17 May, 1815. Maj. 7th Inf.. 20 Aug.. 
1828. Lieut. Col. 5th Inf., 21 Sept.. 1836 Resigned 30 June, 1839. Bvt. Maj., 25 
July, 1814, for gallant conduct at the Battle of Niagara. Died 30 Sept., 1862. 
BURBANK. SULLIVAN W. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Ky.] 

2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., 27 March, 1861. 1st Lieut., 10 May. 1861. Trans, to 14th Inf., 
22 June, 1861. Capt., 3 March, 1862. Died 9 June, 1864, of wounds received in 
Battle of Wilderness, Va. 

BURBRIDGE. CHARLES. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Army.] 

Sergt. 25th Inf., 8 March, 1813, to Nov., 1813. Ensign 25th Inf., 24 Nov., 1813. 2nd 



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Lieut., 14 March, 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. 2nd Lieut. 6th Inf., 16 June, 1818. 
Trans, to 5th Inf., 1 June, 1821. 1st Lieut., 1 June, 1821. Resigned 31 Oct., 1825 
Died 7 Aug., 1831. 
BURBKIDGE, GEORGE S. [Born in Ky. Appointed from Ky.] 

Maj. Mounted Rifles, 27 May, 1846. Resigned 8 Jan., 1848. 

BURCH, DANIEL E. [Born in N. J. Appointed from N. J.l 

Ensign 15th Inf., 7 Oct., 1812. 3rd Lieut., 13 March, 1813. 2nd Lieut., 15 Aug., 1813. 
R-g. P M., 12 March, 1814, to 15 June, 1815. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. 2nd Lieut. 
7th Inf., 5 Jan., 1817. 1st Lieut., 7 June, 1817. Capt., 30 June, 1820. Capt. A. Q. 
M., 25 Oct., 1822, to 27 June, 1831. Resigned 30 April, 1833. Died 8 May, 1833. 
BURCHSTED, HENRY.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y ] 

Ensign 2nd Inf., 1 March, 1811. 2nd Lieut., 13 March, 1811. 1st Lieut., 5 May, 1813. 

Killed, 30 Nov., 1813, in action with Indians in Ala. 

BURD, BENJAMIN E. |Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

1st Lieut. 45th Inf., 16 Sept., 1814. Disbanded 15 June, 1815. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Inf., 

21 Nov., 1817. Died 30 Oct., 1818. 

BURD, JOHN A. |Born in Penn. Appointed from Penn.] 

Capt. 2nd Light Drag., 16 March, 1812. Trans, to 4th Inf., 17 May, 1815. Trans, to 
Corps Art., 7 Jan., 1820. Trans, to 3rd Art., 1 June, 1821. Died 28 Feb., 1827. Bvt. 
Maj., 31 Oct., 1814, for gallant conduct. 

BURDINE. CLARK.* [Born in Ga. Appointed from Ga.] 

Bvt. 2nd and 2nd Lieut. 4th Art., 1 July, 1821. Resigned 1 June, 1825. Died 10 

Aug , 1836. 

BURGESS, HARRY.* [Born in Miss. Appointed from Miss.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. Eug., 12 June, 1895. 2nd Lieut., 5 Feb., 1897. 1st Lieut., 5 

July, 1898. 

BURGESS, LOUIS R.* [Born in Wis. Appointed from Iowa.] 

Addl. 2nd Lieut. 5th Art., 11 June, 1892. 2nd Lieut., 28 Nov., 1892. 1st Lieut., 2 

March, 1899. 

BURGOYNE, EDMUND. [Born in Mass. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv., Corpl. and Sergt. of Cos. G and A, and Sergt. Maj. llth Inf., 14 Aug., 1861, to 
1 April, 1865. 2nd Lieut. 14th Inf. 12 March, 1865. 1st Lieut., 12 March, 1865. 
Trans, to 32nd Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Resigned 14 Jan., 1867. 

BURG WIN. JOHN H. K.* [Born in N. C. Appointed from N. C.I 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 1 July, 1830. 2nd Lieut. 1st Drag., 4 March, 1833. 1st 
Lieut., 30 June, 1835. Capt., 31 July, 1837. Died 7 Feb., 1847, of wounds received 
in Battle at Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico. 

BURKE. DANIEL W. [Born in Conn. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. Co. E, 2nd Inf., 10 June, 1858. Corpl., 1 Nov., 1859. Priv., 31 Dec., 1860. 
Corpl., 19 Sept., 1861. 1st Sergt. Co. B, 2nd Inf., 1 Dec., 1861. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 
18 July, 1862. 1st Lieut., 2 July, 1863. Bvt. Capt., 2 July, 1863, for gallant and 
meritorious service in the Battle of Gettysburg, Pa. Capt. 45th Inf., 22 Jan., 1867. 
Bvt. Maj., 22 Jan., 1867, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battle of Gettys- 
burg, Penn. Trans, to 14th Inf., 22 July, 1869. Maj. 23rd Inf., 13 Aug., 1894. Lieut. 
Col. llth Inf., 2 Dec., 1897. Col. 17th Inf., 8 Sept., 1899. Brig. Gen., 20 Oct., 1899. 
Retired, over 30 years' service, 21 Oct., 1899. Medal of Honor for distinguished 
gallantry in action at Shepherdstown Ford, W. Va., 20 Sept., 1862, voluntarily at- 
tempting to spike a gun in the face of the enemy; while serving as 1st Sergt. Co. 
B, 2nd Inf. 

BURKE, JOHN. [Born in Ireland. Appointed from La.] 

Chaplain Fort Washita. Ark., Nov., 1850, to 16 April, 1861, and at Fort Hamilton. N. 
Y., 18 Jan., 1862, to 28 April, 1867. Post Chap., 3 April, 1867. Retired 20 July, 1867. 
Accidentally killed 24 Dec., 1873. 

BURKE, MARTIN. [Born in Md. Appointed from D. C.] 

2nd Lieut. 8th Inf., 28 Jan., 1820. Trans, to 1st Inf., 1 June, 1821. Trans, to 3rd 
Art., 12 June, 1823. 1st Lieut., 1 May, 1828 Capt., 1 Dec.. 1838. Bvt. Maj., 12 
Aug., 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct in the Battles of Contreras and 
Churubusco. Bvt. Lieut. Col., 8 Sept., 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct in 
the Battle of Molino del Rey. Maj. 2nd Art., 11 Nov., 1856. Lieut. Col. 3rd Art., 
28 Aug., 1861. Retired 1 Aug., 1863. Bvt. Col. and Bvt. Brig. Gen., 13 March, 
1865, for faithful service to his country. Died 24 April, 1882. 
BURKE, MARTIN J.* [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 1st Art., 1 July, 1836. 2nd Lieut., 31 Aug.. 1836. 1st Lieut., 7 July, 
1838. Reg. Adj., 11 May, 1846, to 3 March, 1847. Capt., 3 March, 1847. Killed 20 
Aug., 1847, at Battle of 'Churubusco, Mexico. 

BURKE, ORVILLE. [Born in Ohio. Appointed from 111.] 

1st Sergt. Co. H, 14th Iowa Vols., 6 Nov., 1861. 2nd Lieut.. 2 Feb., 1863. Capt., 19 
Nov., 1864. Mustered out 8 Aug., 1865. Capt. 41st Inf., 28 July, 1866. Unass'd 15 
Mav, 1869. Ass'd to 10th Cav., 5 Jan., 1870. Mustered out 1 Jan., 1871. 
BURKE, 'PATRICK E. [Born in Ireland. Appointed from Mo.] 

Capt. 1st Mo. Vols.. 18 May, 1861, to 5 July, 1861. 1st Lieut. 13th Inf., 14 May, 1861. 
Cnpt., 24 Oct., 1861 Col. 66th 111. Vols., 24 June, 1862. Bvt. Maj , 14 May. 1864, 
for gallant and meritorious services in the Battle of Resaca. Ga. Died 19 May, 
1864. of wounds received in the Battle of Resaca. 

BURKE, THOS. P. [Born in Ireland. Appointed from Penn.] 

2nd Lieut. 8th Inf.. 27 Oct., 1820. Trans, to 4th Inf., 1 June. 1821. Trans, to 2nd 

Art., 29 Aug., 1822. Trans, to Marine Corps, 20 Nov., 1830. Died in 1834 
BURKHARDT. SAMUEL, Jr.* [Born in 111. Appointed from 111.1 

2nd Lieut. 25th Inf., 12 June, 1889. 1st Lieut. 10th Inf., 1 Jan., 1897. Capt. 19th 

Inf.. 16 Sept., 1899. 

BURNES, THOMAS. [Born in Ireland. Appointed from the Army.] 

Priv., Sergt. and 1st Sergt Batty. L, 5th Art., 7 Sept., 1861, to 6 Nov., 1863. 2nd 
Lieut. 5th Art., 31 Oct., 1863 Trans, to 2nd Art., 13 Sept., 1864. Died 28 Oct., 
1864, of wounds received, 27 Oct., 1864, at Battle of Hatcher's Run, Va. 
BURNET, ROBT. W.* [Born in Ohio. Appointed from Ohio.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 4th Inf., 1 July, 1829. 2nd Lieut., 1 July, 1829. Resigned 31 March, 
1833. 



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BURNET, WM. E. [Boru in Texas. Appointed from Texas.] 

2nd Lieut. 1st Inf., 21 Feb., 1857. Resigned 17 July, 1801. 

BURNETT, GEORGE R.* [Born in Pa. Appointed from Pa.] 

2nd Lieut. 9th Cav.. 12 June, 1880. 1st Lieut., 6 June, 1885. Graduate of the lufaiitrv 

and Cavalry School, 1885. Retired for disability 20 Feb., 1891. Medal of Honor 

for most distinguished gallantry in action at Cuchillo Negro, N. Mex., 16 Aug., 

1881, in saving the life of a dismounted soldier, who was in imminent danger of 

being cut off, by galloping quickly to the assistance of the man, under a heavy 

flre, and escorting him to a place of safety; while serving as. 2nd Lieut. 9th Cav. 

BURNETT, ISAAC R. D.* [Born in Va. Appointed from Ind.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Inf., 1 July, 1833. 2nd Lieut., 28 June, 1836. 1st Lieut., 7 July, 

1838. Reg. Adj., 3 Oct., 1845, to 15 March, 1846. Died 15 March, 1846. 

BURNETT, LEVI F. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from N. Y.] 

Priv. Co. A, 84th N. Y. Vols., 16 Aug., 1862. Trans, to Co. A. 21st Reg. Vet. Res. 
Corps, 15 Aug., 1863. 2nd Lieut. Vet. Res. Corps, 12 May, 1804. Bvt. 1st Lieut, 
and Capt. Vols., 13 March, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service in the Battles 
of South Mountain and Antietam, Md. Mustered out 9 June, 1867. 2nd Lieut. 
36th Inf., 25 May, 1867. Bvt. 1st Lieut., 25 May. 1867, for gallant and meritorious 
service in the Battle of Antietam, Md. Bvt. Capt., 25 May, 1867, for gallant and 
meritorious service during the war. Trans, to 7th Inf., 19 May, 1809. 1st Lieut., 10 
May, 1873. Reg. Adj., 5 Nov., 1874, to 1 Oct., 1880. Capt., 28 April, 1889. Retired 
for disability 31 July, 1894 

BURNETT, ROBERT L. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Penn.] 

1st Lieut. 12th Inf , 14 May, 1861. R. Q. M., 9 April, to 19 Nov., 1863. Capt., 24 
Dec., 1864. Trans, to 21st Inf., 21 Sept., 1866. Discharged 2 Sept., 1870. Bvt. 
Capt., 27 June, 1862, for gallant and meritorious service at the Battle of Games' 
Mills, Va. Bvt. Maj., 2 July, 1863, for gallant and meritorious service at the Battle 
of Gettysburg, Peun. 

BURNETT, WARD B.* [Born in Penn. Appointed from Peim.] 

Bvt. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Art., 1 July, 1832. 2nd Lieut., 1 April, 1834. Resigned 31 
July, 1836 Col. 1st N. Y. Vols., 3 Dec., 1846. Mustered out 1 Aug., 1848. Died 
27 June, 1884. 

BURNETT, WELLINGTON C. [Born in N. Y. Appointed from Army.] 

Priv. and Sergt. Cos. D and E, 15th Inf., 19 April, 1847, to 17 July, 1848. 2nd Lieut. 

15th Inf., 17 June, 1848. Disbanded 30 Aug., 1848. 

BURNHAM, ARTHUR H.* [Born in Vt.