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Adjutant General*! Officb, 

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t)FFICIAL 



ARMY REGISTER 



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PUBLISHED BT ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR, IN COMPLIAMCB 

WITH THE RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE, DECEMBER 13, 

1815, AND RESOLUTIONS OF THE HOUSE OF 

REPRESENTATIVES, FEBRUARY 1, 1830, 

AND AUGUST 30, 1842. 



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*^ Adjutant GsiTERAL's Office, 

FPosJ^ifigton, Jawwtr^ 1, 1851. 







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MEMORANDA. 

This mark (*) affixed to the name of any officer, <' appointed from" civil life, denotes that he vi 
also a graduate of the Military Academy. 

Thia mark (f ) denotes a volontary trawfer which is the cause of the anomalous position of the 
officer in his regiment or a)r^. 

For the previous history of officers who have*this mark (|) affixed to their names see page 32. 

Errors or omissions, if any, as to names, dates of commission, dates of first appointment, State 
where bom, or from which appointed, will be immediately reported to the Adjutant General by the 
officers concerned. 



C. ALEXANDER, Printer, 
F, near 17ih Street, Washington. 



REGISTER 



F T H E 

ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES 



FOR 



1 85 1. 



Name, rank, and date of 


Brevets, and former 


Date of first appoint- 


• 

a 


Appointed 
rrom. 


eommissicm. 


( 


commissions. 




ment of continuouE 
service. 


) 


i 

n 


GENERAL OmCERS. 
















Major General. 
















Winfield Scott, 25 June, 1841 


Bvt. 


25 July, 


1814 


Capt L. art. 3 May, 1808 


Va. 


Va. 


Brigadier Generals. 








• 








John E. Wool, 25 June, 41 


M.G. 


bvt. 23 Feb. 


47 


Capt 13inf. 14 Apr. 
Capt 8 inf. 12 Mar. 


12 


N.Y. 


N.Y. 


David E. Twiggs, 30 June, 46 


M.G. 


bvt 23 Sept. 


46 




Ga. 


Ga. 


GENERAL STAFF. 




▲DJUTAMT general's 




DEPARTMENT. 
















Mjvtaid General. 
















Colonel. 
















Roger Jones, 7 Mar. 25 


M.G. 


bvt. 30 May, 


48 


2 It marines, 36 Jan. 


09 


Va. 


Va. 


jisHttant Jidjutants General. 
















Lieut. Colonel. 
















i^amuel Cooper, 3 Mar. 47 


Col. 


bvt. 30 May, 


46 


Bvt21t.L.art 11 Dec. 


15 


N.Y. 


M.A. 


Majors (bvt.) 
















Lorenzo Thomas, 7 July, 38 


L.C< 


bvt. 23 Sept. 
bvt. 23 Feb. 


46 


2 It 4 inf. 1 July, 


23 


Del. 


M.A. 


William W. S. Bliss, 7 July, 46 


L. C. 


47 


Bvt. 2 It 4 inf. 1 July, 


33 


N.Y. 


M.A. 


William G. Freeman, 3 Mar. 47 


L. C. 


bvt 30 May, 


48 


Bvt 2 It 4 art. 1 July, 


34 


Va. 


M.A. 


Oscar F. Winship, 26 Dec. 








^it 2 drag. 1 July, 


40 


N.Y. 


M.A. 


Captains (bvt.) 
£dward D. Townsend, 8 Aug, 46 






















2 It 2 art 1 July, 


37 


Mass. 


M.A. 


William W. Mackall, 29 Dec. 


M. 


bvt. 20 Aug. 


47 


2 It 1 art. 1 July, 




D. C. 


M.A. 


George Deas, 29 Dec. 


M. 


bvt. 20 Aug. 




2 It 5 inf. 1 Aug. 


38 


Pa. 


Pa. 


Joseph Hooker, 3 Mar. 47 


L. C. 


bvt. 13 Sept 




2 It 1 art 1 July, 
2 It. 2 inf. 1 July; 


37 


Mass. 


M.A. 


£dward R. 8. Canby, 3 Mar. 


M. 


bvt. 20 Aug. 




39 Ky. 


M.A. 


Irvin McDowell, 13 May, 


Bvt. 


23 Feb. 




Bvt21t lart. 1 July, 


38 Ohio. 


M. A. 


Francis N. Page, 13 May, 


M. 


bvt 20 Aug. 




Bvt 2 It 7 inf. I July, 


41 


Va. 


M. A. 


Don Carlos Buell, 25 Jan. 48 


M. 


bvt. 20 Aug. 




2 it 3 inf. 1 July, 




Ohio. 


M.A. 


JUDGE APVOCATE OP THE ARMY. 




Major (bvt.) 












* 




John F. L.ee, 2 Mar. 49 








Bvtaitlart 1 July, 


34 


Va. 


M.A. 


INSPECTOR general's 




DEPARTMENT. 
















Inspectors General. 
















Colonel. 
















Sylvester Churchill, 25 June, 41 


B.G. 


bvt 23 Feb. 


47 


llt3art 13 Mar. 


12 Vt 


Vt 


Peorge A. McCall, 10 June, 50 

* 








2 It \ inf. 1 July, 


22 


Pa. 


M. At 



GENERAL STAFF. 



Name, rank, and date of 
conunission. 



quartermaster's 
department. 

Q,tuirterma8ter General. 

Brigadier General. 
Thomas S. Jesup, 8 May^ 18 



•^st. Quartermasters General. 

Colonels. 
Henry Stanton^ 7 July, 38 

Henry Whiting, 21 Apr 

Dep. Quartermasters General. 

Tdeut. Colonels. 
Thomas F. Hunt, 8 Nov. 39 



Brevets, and former 
commissions. 



B. 6. 

46B. GL 



Charles Thomas, 



23 May, 50 



Quartermasters. 



Col. 
Bvt. 



Majors. 

Daniel D. Tompkins, 22 July, 42, L. C. 
Thomas Swordti, 21 Apr. 46'L. C. 



George H. Crosman, 3 Mar. 47 
Samuel B. Dusenbery, 3 Mar. 
David H. Vinton, 3 Mar. 

Osborne Cross, 24 July, 

•Assistant Quartermasters. 

Captains. 
Frederick Searle, 7 

Michael M. CJark, 7 

Ebenezer S. Sibley, 7 
Edwin B. Babbitt, 7 

Robert E. Clary, 7 

Edmund A. Ogden, 7 

Abraham C. Myers, 21 

Morris S. Miller, 13 

Alex. Montgomery, 11 

Robert Allen, 11 



Bvt. 



July, 38 M. 
July, 



William W. Chapman, 11 
Henry C. Wayne, 11 
James Belger, 18 

Joseph L. Folsom, 10 
Arthur B. Lansing,*^ 18 
James L. Donaldson, 3 
Langdon C. Easton, 3 
Thomas L. Brent, 3 

George W. F. Wood, 3 
Justus McKinstry, 3 

Frederick H. Masten, 3 
Thomas Jordan, 3 

Stewart Van Vliet, 4 
AlexanderW. Reynolds, 5 
Daniel H. Rucker,f 7 
James G. Martin, 5 

Rufus Ingalls, 12 

Samuel G. French, 12 
Elias K. Kane, 12 

Napoleon J. T. Dana, 3 
Joseph A. Haskin, 12 



July, 

July, 

July, 

July, 

Nov. 39 

Sept. 45 

May, 46 

May, 

May, 

May, 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Jan. 47 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar, 

Mar. 

June, 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Jan. 48 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Aug. 



M. 
M. 

M. 
M. 



M. 

M. 
M. 
M. 



M. 

Bvt. 

M. 

M. 



M. 
M. 

Bvt. 

Bvt 
M. 



Date of first appoint- 
ment of continuous 
service. 




M. 6. bvt. 8 May, 28 2 It. 7 inf. 



bvt. 1 Jan. 47 
bvt. 23 Feb. 



S May, 06 



Va; 



A. d. q. m. g. 13 Feb. 18 Vt. 
Cor. L. drag. 20 Oct. 08 Mass. 



bvt. 30 May, 48 3 It. XL. drag. 2July, 13N. G. 
30 May, 3 It. ord. 13 Aug. 19 Pa. 



bvt. 30 May, 48 3 It. ord. 
bvt 30 May, JBvt. 2 It. 4 inf. 
8 May, 46 Bvt 2 It. 3 inf. 

2 It. C. art. 

Bvt 2 It 1 art. 

Bvt. 2 It 1 inf. 



bvt. 25 Nov. 39 



Bvt 2 
Bvt 2 

bvt 23 Feb. 47, Bvt 2 

bvt. 30 May, 



I 



bvt 30 May, 
bvt 9 May, 



bvt. 18 Apr. 
bvt 23 Feb. 
bvt 20 Aug. 
bvt. 30 May, 



bvt. 23 Feb. 

23 Feb. 
bvt. 20 Aug. 
bvt. 20 Aug. 



bvt. 23 Feb. 
bvt. 20 Aug. 

23 Feb. 

18 Apr. 
bvt 13 Sept 



47 



48 Bvt. 2 

1 Bvt 2 
48 Bvt. 2 
46iBvt2 

Bvt. 2 
Bvt. 2 
Bvt 2 

2 It 2 
2 It 4 

48 2 It. 6 
Bvt 2 
2 It 2 

47 2 It 3 
,2 It 6 

47 Bvt. 2 
2 It 1 
2 It 2 
2 It. 1 
Bvt 2 
2 It 3 
2 It. 1 

47 2 It 1 
2 It 1 
Bvt 2 

47 Bvt. 2 
Bvt 2 
2 It 7 
21t 1 



47 



It 1 art. 




It 2 art. 




It. art 




It 3 inf. 




It inf. 




It 1 inf. 




It 4 inf. 




It. 3 art 




It 7 inf. 




It. 2 art. 




art. 




art. 




inf. 


15 


It 8 inf. 




art 


13 


art 




inf. 




It 6 inf. 




inf. 




inf. 




inf. 


25 


It 5 inf. 




art. 




inf. 




drag. 


13 


art. 




It rifle. 




It 3 art 




It 2 drag 


« X 


inf. 




art. 





1 July, 20 N. Y. 
1 July, 29 N. Y. 
1 July, 23 Mass. 
1 July, 20|n. C. 
1 July, 22 R. I. 
1 July, 25 iMd. 



July, 23 Eng. 
July, 26; Va. 
July, 27|Mich. 
July, 26 Conn. 
July, 28 Mass. 
July,31,N. Y. 
■ " "" S. O. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 






July, 33 
July, 34 
July, 
July, 36 Ohio. 
July, 37'Mass. 
July, 38 Ga. 
Oct N. Y. 
July, 40 IV. H. 
Nov. 39 N. Y. 
Julv, 38 Md. 
July, 38 Mo. 
July, 35 Va. 
Aug. 38 Pa. 



July, 
Sept 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 



July, 40 Va. 
July, In. Y. 
July, 38 Va. 
Oct 37|N. J. 
July, 40|N. C. 
July, 43 Me. 
July, 'n. J. 
July,4l|lll. 
July, 42:Me. 
July, 39|N. Y. 



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o 



Ohio. 



Vt. 
Mass. 



N. C. 
Pa. 



m:a. 

M. A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 



M.A.^ 

M.A. 

,M. A- 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

Army. 

M.A. 

N. Y. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

Pa. 

M.A. 

N. Y. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

Mich. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 



GENERAL. STAFF. 



Name, rank, and date of 
cominibsion. 



Brevets, and former 
commissions. 



SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT. 

Commissary Gen. of Subsistence. 

Colonel. 
George Gibson, 18AiNi],18|M. G. 

•Assistant Com. Gen. of Sub. 
Lieut. Colonel. 
Joseph P. Taylor, 30 Nov. 41 CoL 

Commissaries of Subsistence. 

Majors. 

Thomas W. Lendrum, 7 July, 38 
Richard B. Lee, 30 Nov. 41;Bvt. 

Captains. 

John B. Grayson, 7 July, 38 L. C. 

Amos B. Eaton, 7 Juiyj iM. 

John C. Casey, 7 July, i 

George G. Waggaman^^ 2 Dec. 41 |M. 
Alexander E. Shiras, 3 Mar. 47 
William B. Blair, 27 Sept. 50 Bvt. 

William T. Sherman, 27 Sept. 
Isaac Bowen, 27 Sept. 



Date of first appoint- 
ment of continuous 
service. 




bvt. 30 May, 48 Capt. 5 inf. 3 May, 08 Pa, 



bvt. 30 May, 48 



9 June, 36 



bvt. 13 Sept. 
bvt. 23 Feb. 



47 



3 It. 28 inf. 20 May, 13 Ky 



3 It. C. art. 
3 It. C. art. 



2 Mar. 15 D. C. M. A 



Pa. 



Ky. 



17July, 17 Va. 



bvt. 23 Sept. 46 
18 Apr. 47 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



Surgeon General, 
tnth the rank of Colonel. 

Thomas Lawson, 30 Nov. 36 [B. G. bvt. 30 May, 48,] 



Post or station. 



Surgeonsj 
with the rank of Major. 

Thomas G. Mower, 30 June,14 

Benjamin F. Harney, 17 Aug. 

Walter V. Wheaton, 4 Sept. 16 

Clement A. Finley, 13 July, 32 

Richard S. Satterlee, 13 July, 
Samuel G. I. DeCamp, 1 Dec. 33 

Robert C. Wood, 4 July, 36 

Henry A. Stinnecke, 31 Dec. 

Charles S. Tripler, 7 July, 38 

Henry L. Heiskell, 7 July, 

Charles McDougall, 7 July, 

Burton Randall, 7 July, 

Nathan S. Jarvis, 7 July, 

Adam N. McLaren, 30 June,39 

George F. Turner, 1 Jan. 40 

Joseph J. B. Wright, 26 Mar. 44 

John B. Porter, 4 Oct. 46 

John B. W^elia, 24 Oct. 

John M. Cuyler, 16 Feb. 47 

Madison Mills, 16 Feb. 
William Hammond, * 7 Aug. 

Samuel P. Moore, 30 Aprii,49 



Washington City. 



New York. 

Baton Rouge. 

Philadelphia. 

Jefferson Barracks. 

Fort Adams. 

Fort Columbus. 

On leave. 

Fort Monroe. 

Detroit Barracks. 

Washington City. 

Santa Fe. 

New Orleans Barracks. 

Fort Brown, Texas. 

Fort Snelling. 

Texas. 

San Antonio de Bexar. 

Fort Moultrie. 

Fort Gibson. 

West Point. 

Fort Leavenworth. 

San Francisco. 

Fort Laramie. 



Bvt. 2 It. 3 art. 
Bvt. 2 It. 4 inf. 
Bvt. 2 It. 2 art. 
Bvt. 2 It. 1 art. 
Bvt. 2 It. 4 art. 
2 It. 2 art. 
2 It. 3- art. 
Bvt. 2 It. 4 art. 



1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 



26 Ky. 

,N. Y. 
29Eng. 
35 Va. 
33 Pa. 
38; Va. 
40 Ohio. 
42N. Y. 



Gar. surg. mate, 8 Feb. 11 



Surg. m. 9 inf. 
Surg. 3 inf. 
Ho:sp. surg. 
Surg. m. 1 inf. 
Asst. surg. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



2 Dec. 

17 Aug. 
28 Mar. 
10 Aug. 
25 Feb. 
10 Oct. 
28 May, 
8 May, 
30 Oct. 
13 July, 

13 July, 

24 Oct. 
2 Mar. 
2 Mar. 

23 July, 

25 Oct. 
1 Dec. 
1 Feb. 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 

1 June, 

14 Mar. 



Va. 



M. A. 



M.A. 
M.A. 
xM. A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 



12 Mass. 
14IDel. 

13 N. Y. 
18 Ohio. 

22 N. Y. 

23 N. J. 
2.VR. I. 
26 Pa. 
30N. Y. 
32' Va. 

Ohio. 

'Md. 
33 N. Y. 

Scot. 

Mass. 

Pa. 

Conn. 

Md. 

Ga. 

N. Y. 

Md. 
35 S. C. 



34 



Va. 



Mass. 
{Miss. 
II. I. 
,Ohio. 
Mich. 
N.J. 
R. L 
Pa. 
N. Y. 
Va. 
Ind. 
Md. 
N. Y. 
S. C. 
Mass. 
Pa. 
Conn.. 
Ga. 
Ga. 
'N. Y.. 
Md. 
iS. C, 



6 



GENERAL STAFF. 



Name, rank; and date of 
commission. 



1 June, 21 
1 June, 
1 June, 

22 June,25 

15 Aug. 

81 Dec. 33 

28 Nov. 34 



Jissistaid SurgeonSf 

With the rank of First lAeut. the 
first five years of service ; after 
five years, wiui. the rank of 
Captain. 
Sylvester Day, 
Joseph Eaton,^ 
Benjamin King, 
Lawrence Sprague, 
Joel Martin, 
Thomas Henderson, 
Joseph H. Bailey, 
Charles M. Hitchcock, 17 Aug. 35 

Bernard M. Byrne, 20 May, 36 

Eugene H. Abadie, 4 July, 

Robert Southgate, 30 Aug. 

Charles McCormick, 30 Aug. 

Charles H. Laub, 30 Nov. 

Josiah Simpson, 11 July, 37 

William J. Sloan, 12 July, 

William S. King, 29 July, 

James R. Conrad, 21 Aug. 38 

David C. De Leon, 21 Aug. 

James W. Russell, 22 June,39 

Henry H. Steiner, 22 June, 

James Simons, 11 July, 

Thomas C. Madison, 27 Feb. 40 

Alfred W. Kennedy, 15 June, 

Joseph K. Barnes, ■ 15 June, 

Levi H. Holden, 15 June, 

John S. Griffin, 18 June, 

Richard F. Simpson, 1 Aug. 

Richard H. Coolidge, 16 Aug. 41 
Alex. S. Wother8poon,ll Nov. 43 



Charles C. Keency,t 
Robert Murray, 
John F. Head, 
Lewis A. Edwards, 
Horace R. Wirlz, 
Israel Moses, 
John F. Hammond, 
Josephus M. Steiner, 
Charles P. Deyerle, 
Elisha J. Baily, 



19 Mar. 45 
29 June,46 

6 Aug. 
27 Aug. 

5 Dec. 
18 Jan. 
16 Feb. 
16 Feb. 
16 Feb. 
16 Feb. 



47 



Nicholas L. Campbell, 23 Aug. 
George E. Cooper, 28 Aug. 
Ebenezer Swilt, 30 Aug. 

Glover Ferin, 4 Dec. 

P. G. S. Ten Broeck, 13 Dec. 
John Campbell, 13 Dec. 

John E. Summers, 13 Dec. 
Charles H. Smith, 13 Dec. 
Lyman H. Stone, 13 Dec. 

John M. Haden, 13 Dec. 

Charles H. Crane, 2 Feb. 48 

William Hammondgr., 2 Mar. 
Henry S. Hewit, 2 Mar. 49 

Thomas A. McParlin, 2 Mar. 
John Byrne, t 2 Mar. 



Post or station. 



Date of first appoint- 
ment of continuous 
service. 



Allegheny Arsenal. 

Fort Hamilton. 

Carlisle Barracks. 

Fort Mifflin. 

Sick leave. 

Fort Trumbull. 

Madison Barracks. 

Castle Pinckney. 

Newport Barracks. 

St. Louis. 

St. Augustine. 

New Orleans. ' 

Fort Mackinac. 

Fort Wood, N. Y. 

Fort Brooke, Florida. 

Monterey, California. 

Sick leave. 

Fort Preble. 

Fort Pierce, Florida. 

Barrancas, Florida. 

West Point. 

Fort Towson. 

Fort Scott. 

Baltimore. 

Oregon. 

Sonoma, California. 

Fort Howard. 

Washington City. 

Washington City. 

Fort Gratiot. 

On leave. 

Fort Gaines. 

Fort Washington. 

Abiquiu, N. M. 

Astoria, Oregon. 

Socorro, N. M. 

Fort Graham, Texas. 

Beriecia, California. 

Fort Washita. 

Ringgold Barracks, Texas 

Fort Duncan, Texas. 

Fredericksburg, Texas. 

Fort Mcintosh, Texas. 

Dona Ana, N. M. 

California. 

San Diego, California. 

Oregon. 

El Paso, N. M. 

Oregon. 

Florida.' 

Port Kearny. 

California. 

Las Vegas, N. M. 

Albuquerque, N. M. 



Gar. surg. m. 
Hosp. surg. m. 
Surg. m. 7 inf. 



9 Dec. 07 
15 Apr. 14 

14 Oct. 18 
22 June, 25 

15 Aug. 
31 Dec. 33 

28 Nov. 34 

17 Aug. 35 

20 May, 36 

4 July, 
30 Aug. 
30 Aug. 
30 Nov. 

11 July, 37 

12 July, 

29 July, 

21 Aug. 38 

21 Aug. 

22 June,39 

22 June, 
11 July, 
27 Feb. 40 
15 June, 
15 June, 

15 June, 

18 June, 

1 Aug. 

16 Aug. 41 
11 Nov. 43 

19 Mar. 45 

29 June,46 
6 Aug. 

27 Aug. 

5 Dec. 
18 Jan. 
16 Feb. 
16 Feb. 
16 Feb. 
16 Feb. 

23 Aug. 

28 Aug. 

30 Aug. 
4 Dec. 

13 Dec. 
13 Dec. 
13 Dec. 
13 Dec. 
13 Dec. 
13 Dec. 

2 Feb. 
2 Mar. 

2 Mar. 49 
2 Mar. 
2 Mar. 





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Mass. 

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Md. 

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Fr'nce 

Va. 

D. C. 

D. C. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

S. C. 

N. Y. 

Md. 

S. C. 

Va. 

Ky. 

Pa. 

R. L 

Va. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

IV. Y. 

Md. 

Mass. 

D. C. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

S. C. 

Md. 

Va. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Mass. 

Ohio. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Va. 

Vt. 

Miss. 

R. I. 

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Mass. 

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D. C. 

N. Y. 

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Md. 

Pa. 

Va. 

D. C. 

D. C. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

S. C. 

N. Y. 

N.Y. 

S. C. 

Fla. 

Ky. 

Pa. 

R. I. 

Ky. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

N.Y. 

Mich. 

Md. 

Mass. 

D. C. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

S. C. 

Ohio. 

Va. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Ohio. 

Ohio. 

N. Y. 

N.Y. 

Va. 

Va. 

Vt. 

Miss. 

Mass. 

Mo. 

Conn. 

Md. 

Mo. 



GENERAL STAFF. 



Name, rank, and date of 
commission. » 



Jlssistant Surgeons — Continued. 

La Fayette Guild, 2 Mar. 49 

William F. Edgar, , 2 Mar. 
Thomas H. Williams, 2 Mar. 
George K. Wood, 29 June, 
Joseph B. Brown, 29 June, 
Alexander B. Hasson, 29 June, 
Jonathan Letberman, 29 June, 
William A. Hammond, 29 June, 
Francis Sorrel, 29 June, 

Edward W. Johns, 29 June, 
William W. Anderson, 29 June, 
Isaac L. Adkins, 23 Nov. 

Robert O. Abbott, 23 Nov. 

Thomas M. Getty, 23 Nov. 
David L. Magruder, 1 Feb. 50 
WiUiam J. H. White, 12 Mar. 
Rodney Glisan, 2 May, 

Elisha P. Langworthy, 16 May, 



Key West, Florida. 

Oregon. 

Fort Worth, Texas. 

JefTerson Barracks. 

Corpus Christi. 

Fort Leavenworth. 

Florida. 

New Mexico. 

California. 

Fort Gates, Texas. 

Fort Merrill, Texas. 

California. 

California. 

Fort luge, Texas. 

Taos, N. M. 

New Mexico. 

Camp Arbuckle. 

Crossing of the Arkansas. 



PAY DEPARTMENT. 



Paymaster General, 
with the rank of Colonel. 



Nathan Towson, 



8 May, S2 M. 6. bvt 30 May, 48 



Deputy Paymasters General, 
teiih the rank of Lieut. Ck>l. 

Benjamin F. Lamed, 3 Mar. 47 
Daniel Randal 1,^ 3 Mar. 

Paymasters, 
trith the rank of Major. 

Thomas J. Leslie, 27 Nov. 15 
David S. Townsend,t 29 Apr. 16 
Timothy P. Andrews, 22 May, 22 
^ ~ 14 Jan. 33 

17 Dec. 39 
17 Dec. 
15 Oct. 41 
14 Mar. 42 
13 Sept. 44 
23 Feb. 47 



Adam V. Stenart, 
Bei\jamin Walker, 
Eugene Van Ness, 
St Clair Denny ,*t 
David Hunter,*t 
Liloyd J. Beall, 

Andrew J. Coffee, 23 Feb. 47 L. C 

Abram Van Buren,*t 26 June,46 L. C. 
Jieremiah Y. Dashiell, 2 Mar. 49 

Sackfield Maclin, 2 Mar. 

A. W. Gaines, 2 Mar. 
George H. Ringgold,*|, 21 July, 47 

Albert G. Bennett, 2 Mar. 49 

fliram Leonard, 2 Mar. 

Robert B. Reynolds, 3 Mar. 47 

Henry Hill, 6 Nov. 
Franci8A.Cunningbam, 2 Mar. 49 

George C. Hutter,t 2 Mar. 

Albert J. Smith, 1 June, 

Nathan W. Brown, 5 Sept. 

Albert S. Jobnston,*^ 31 Oct. 

John R. Hagner, 9 Jan. 50 



Post or station. 



Brevets, and former com- 
missions. 



Bvt. 27 July, 14 

L. C. bvt 30 May, 48 



bvt. 23 Feb. 47 
bvt 20 Aug. 



L. C. bvt 11 June, 47 



Date of first appoint- 
ment of continuous 
service. 



2 Mar. 49 

2 Mar. 

2^ar. 
29 June, 
29 June, 
29 June, 
29 June, 
29 June, 
29 June, 
29 June, 
29 June, 
23 Nov. 
23 Nov. 
23 Nov. 

IFeb. 
12 Mar. 

2 May, 
16 May, 



50 



Capt 3 art 12 Mar. 152 



Ensign 21 inf. 1 Oct 13 
Pm. 1 inf. 21 July, 18 



Bvt. 2 It eng. 
Bat pm. 
Bat pm. 

3 It ord. 



Bvt 3 It 1 inf. 
Add. pm. 

Add. pm. 
Add. pm. 
Add. pm. 
Add. pm. 
Add. pm. 
Add. pm. 



Add. pm. 
Add. pm. 



4 Mar. 15 

29 Apr. 16 
22 May, 22 

14 Jan. 33 
1 July, 19 

17 Dec. 39 

15 Oct 41 
14 Mar. 42 

1 July, 30 
24 June,46 
26 June, 

2 July, 

2 July, 
90 July, 

4 Aug. 
14 Aug. 
24 Nov. 

3 Mar. 47 
6 Nov. 

30 Dec. 
10 May, 

1 June, 49 

5 Sept 

31 Oct 
9 Jan. 50 



• 

a 






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O o 


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Ala. 


Ala. 


Ky. 


Mo. 


Md. 


Md. 


N.J. 


N. Y. 


N. Y. 


Mich. 


Md. 


Md. 


Pa. 


Pa. 


Md. 


Pa. 


Ga. 


6a. 


Md. 


Md. 


S. C. 


S. C. 


Del. 


Pa. 


Pa. 


Pa. 


Md. 


Va. 


Md. 


Va. 


D. C. 


D. C. 


Md. 


Md. 


N. Y. 


N. Y. 



Md. 



Mass. 
Md. 



Eng. 

Mass. 

Irel. 

Va. 

Vt 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

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R. L 

Tenn. 

N.Y. 

Md. 

Tenn. 

Ky. 

Md. 

Del. 

Vt 

Tenn. 

Va. 

S. C. 



48, Pa. 



Va. 

N.Y. 
Ky. 
D. C. 



Md. 



Mass. 
D. C. 



M.A. 

Mass. 

D. C. 

Va. 

iM. A. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

111. 

M. A. 

Ala. 

N.Y. 

La. 

Ark. 

Ky. 

D. C. 

Miss. 

N.Y. 

Tenn. 

Va. 

Ohio. 

Va. 

Va. 

N.Y. 

Texas r 

D. C. 



8 



CORPS OF ENGINEERS. 



NAME. 



Rftnk in the 



Corps. 



Army. 



Colonel. 

Joseph G. Totten,*t 7 Dec. 38 

Lieutenant Colonels. 

Sylvanus Thayer, 7 July, 38 

Rene £. De Russy, 7 Dec. 

Majors. 

John L. Smith, 7 July, 38 

William H. Chase, 7 July, 

Richard Delafield, 7 July, 

iJornelius A. Ogden, 7 Dec. 

Captains. 

Henry Brewerton, 21 Sept. 36 
George Dutton, 7 July, 38 

Joseph K. F. Mansfield, 7 July, 
Alexander H. Bowman, 7 July, 
Robert E. Lee, 7 July, 

Frederick A. Smith, 7 July, 
Jonathan G. Barnard, 7 July, 
George W. Cullum, 7 July, 
William D. Fraser, 7 July, 
John Sanders, 7 Dec. 

James L. Mason, 24 Apr. 47 

Henry W. Benham, 24 May, 48 

First Lieutenants. 

Danville Leadbetter, 7 July, 38 
Montgomery C. Meigs, 7 July, 
Daniel P. Woodbury, 7 July, 
Peter G. T. Beauregard,16 June,39 
Jeremiah M. Scarritt, 1 July, 

1 July, 40 
1 Jan. 45 
29 Dec. 
25 Apr. 46 
24 Apr. 47 
28 Feb. 48 
24 May, 



B. G. 



Col. 
Bvt. 



Col. 



Col. 

Col. 

M. 

M. 
M. 
L. C. 
Bvt. 



Isaac J. Stevens, 
Henry W. Halleck, 
Jeremy F. Gilmer, 
Henry L. Smith, 
Zealous B. Tower, 
Horatio G. Wright, 
Masillon Harrison, 



Second Lieutenants. 

John Newton, 1 July, 42 

John D. Kurtz, 1 July, 

William S. Rosecrans, 3 Apr. 43 
Barton S. Alexander, 30 Sept. 
Gustavus W. Smith, 1 Jan. 45 
William H. C. Whiting, 1 July, 
Edward B. Hunt, 29 Dec. 

Charles S. Stewart, 1 July, 46 
George B. McClellan, 24 Apr. 47 
Charles E. Blunt, 28 Feb. 48 

John G. Foster, 24 May, 

William P.Trowbridge,30 Nov. 49 
Andrew J. Donelson, 1 July, 48 
James C. Duane, 1 July, 

Walter H. Stevens, 1 July, 
auincy A. Gillmore, 1 July, 49 
Frederick E. Prime, 1 July, 50 



M. 
Capt. 
M. 
Capt. 



M. 



Bvt. 
Bvt- 
Capt 

Bvt 

Capt 

Bvt 

Capt. 

Bvt 

Bvt. 

Bvt. 

Bvt 

Bvt. 

Bvt 



bvt. 29 Mar. 47 



bvt 3 Mar. 332 It 



Date of first appoint- 
ment of continuous 
service. 




2 It 



30 June,34 



bvt 20 Aug. 47 



bvt. 23 Feb. 47 

bvt. 13 Sept 47 

bvt. 30 May, 48 

bvt. 30 May, 48 

bvt 23 Sept 46 

bvt 8 Sept 47 

23 Feb.: 



bvt. 13 Sept 47 
bvt. 23 Sept 46 
bvt. 13 Sept 47 
bvt. 1 May, 



bvt 13 Sept 47 



1 July, 42 
iJuly, 
bvt 20 Aug. 47 

1 July, 45 

bvt. 13 Sept 47 
1 July, 46 

bvt. 8 Sept 47 
1 July, 48 



2 It 



2 It 

Bvt. 2 It 
2 It 
2 It 



Bvt. 2 It 
Bvt. 2 1« 
Bvt. 2 It 
Bvt. 2 It 
Bvt. 2 It. 
Bvt 2 It 
Bvt. 2 It 
Bvt. 2 It 
Bvt 2 It 
Bvt 2 It. 
Bvt 2 It. 
Bvt 2 It 



2 It. 1 art. 
2 It. 1 art 
2 It 3 art 
2 It 1 art. 
2 It 6 inf. 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 



Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt 

Bvt 

Bvt 

Bvt. 

Bvt. 

Bvt. > 

Bvt 

Bvt. 

Bvt 

Bvt 

Bvt 



23 Feb. 08 



23 Feb. 08 
10 June,12 



16 Oct 13 
4 Mar. 15 

24 July, 18 
i July, 19 



1 July, 
1 July, 
IJuly, 
1 July, 
IJuly, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
IJuly, 
1 July, 
IJuly, 
IJuly, 
IJuly, 



IJuly, 
1 July, 
IJuly, 



July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 



IJuly, 
IJuly, 
IJuly, 
IJuly, 
IJuly, 
1 July, 
IJuly, 
IJuly, 
1 July, 
IJuly, 
1 July, 
IJuly, 
IJuly, 
IJuly, 
IJuly, 
IJuly, 
IJuly, 



19 
22 

25 
29 
33 



34 

36 
37 



36 

38 
39 

41 
42 



45 
46 

48 



49 
50 



.SB 



Conn. 



Mass. 

N.Y. 



S. C. 
Mass. 

N.Y. 
N.J. 



N.Y. 

Conn. 

Conn. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Mass. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Ky. 

R. I. 

Conn. 



Me. 

Ga. 

N. H. 

La. 

N. H. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

N. C. 

Me.. 

Masd. 

Conn. 

Md. 



Vft. 
D. C. 

Ohio. 

Ky. 

Ky. 

Miss. 

N.Y. 

At sea 

Pa. 

N. H. 

N. H. 

Mich. 

Tenn. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Ohio. 

Italy. 



Conn. 



M.A. 
M.A. 



N.Y. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 



M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 



M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 



M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 



A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

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r 



CORPS OP TOPOGRAPHICAL ENGINEERS. 



NAME. 



Rank in the 

/ * ^ 

Corps. Anny. 



Colonel. 

JohnJ. Ab«rt,* 7 July, 38 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

James Kearney, 7 July, 38 

Majors. 

Stephen H. Long, 7 July, 38 

Hartman Bache, 7 July, 

James D. Graham, 7 July, 

William TurnbuU, 7 July, 



Captains. 

Augustus Canfleld, 7 July, 38 

Campbell Graham, 7 July, 

George W. Hughes, 7 July, 

Thomas J. Cram,*^ 7 July, 

John McClellan,*t ^ July, 

Howard Stansbury, 18 July, 40 
Thomas B. Linnard, 31 Mar. 42 
Joseph E. Johnston,*t 81 Sept. 45 
Thomas J. Lee,*t 3 Mar. 47 

And'wA.Humphrey8,*t31 May, 48 

First Lieutenants. 

7 
7 

•»• 
4 

18 

31 

9 



Bvt. 29 Apr. 26 



Date of first appoint- 
ment of continuous 
service. 




Bvt. maj. 22 Nov. 14 Md. 



3 It. 5 inf. 11 Apr. 13 Irel 



L. C. bvt. 29 Apr. 26 2 It. eng. 
Bvt. 24 July, 28 Bvt. capt. 

L. C. bvt. 1 Jan. 47 3 It. C. art. 

Col. bvt 13 Sept. 2 It. C. art. 



William H. Emory ,*t 
John N. Macomb, 
James H. Simpson, 
Lorenzo Sitgreaves,*^ 
Israel C. Woodruff, 
John W. Gunnison, 
Eliakim P. Scammon, 21 
William R. Palmer, 31 
Joseph D. Webster, 14 
George Thorn, 26 



July, 38 
July, 
July, 
July, 40 
Mar. 42 
May, 46 
Sept. 
May, 48 
July, 49 
Sept. 



Second lAeutenants. 

Amiel W. Whipple, 1 July, 41 
George Meade,*J 19 May, 42 

Martin L. Smith, 1 Nov. 43 

John Pope, 9 May, 46 

James W. Abert, 27 May, 

WUIiam B. FrankUn,* 21 Sept. 
William F. Raynolds, 3 Mar. 47 
WUIiam G. Peck, 31 May, 48 
William F. Smith, 14 July, 49 
Edm'dL.F.Hardcastle,26 Sept. 
Francis T. Bryan, 1 July, 46 

George H. Derby, 1 July, 

Robert S. Williamson, 1 July, 48 
Nathaniel Michler, jr. 1 July, 
John G. Parke, 1 July, 49 

Gouverneur K. Warren, 1 July, 50 



Bvt. 14 Sept. 34 

Bvt. 31 Dec. 35 

L. C. bvt. 30 May, 48 

L. C. bvt. 13 Sept. 47 

M. bvt. 23 Feb. 47 

L. C. bvt. 13 Sept. 



M. bvt 9 Jan. 

former com. 15 Oct. 
former com. 30 Apr. 
Capt. bvt. 23 Feb. 



12 Dec. 14N. H. 

24 July, 18 Pa. 
17 July, 17| Va. 
1 July, 19 Md. 



Bvt. 
Bvt. 



2 It 1 art. 
2 It 3 art. 



1 July, 22 N. J. 
1 July, 
7 July, 38 
7 July, 
7 July, 
7 July, 



lit 

Bvt 2 It 2 art 1 July, 30 
1 it 7 July, 38 

1 It 7 July, 

1 It. 7 July, 



47 

36 Bvt 2 It 4 art 

37 Bvt. 2 It 3 art. 
47 2 It 

Bvt 2 It 3 art. 
2 It. 2 art. 
2 It 4 art. 
2 It 
2 It 
Bvt 2 It 



lit 

lit 

Capt 

Bvt. 

lit 

Bvt. 

Bvt. 

Bvt 

Capt 

lit 

lit 

Bvt 

Bvt 

Bvt 

Bvt. 



bvt. 23 

bvt. 30 

bvt 23 

1 

bvt 23 

1 

1 

1 

bvt. 8 

bvt. 23 

bvt. 18 



Sept 

May, 

Feb. 

July, 

Feb. 

July, 

July, 

July, 

Sept 

Feb. 

Apr. 



46 

48 
47 
42 
47 



7 July, 38 
1 Julv, 32 
1 July, 
7 July, 38 
1 July, 36 
1 July, 37 
1 July, 
7 July, 38 
7 July, 
1 July, 39 



Va. 

N.Y. 

N.H. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Fr'nce 

Pa. 



1 art 

Bvt. 

Bvt 

Bvt 5 inf. 

Bvt 
43,Bvt 5inf. 
44|Bvt. 
45 Bvt 
47BVt. 

Bvt 

Bvt ord. 

Bvt. 

Bvt. 

Bvt 

Bvt 



1 July, 41 
19 May, 42 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 43 
1 July, 
1 July, 44 
1 July, 45 
1 July, 46 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 48 
1 July, 
1 July, 49 
1 July, 50 



Md. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

N.H. 

Me. 

N.J. 

N.H. 

N.H. 



Mass. 

Spain 

N.Y. 

Ky. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Ohio. 

Conn. 

Vt 

Md. 

N. C. 

Maas. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 






.ss 



D. C. 
D. C. 



N.H. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 



M. A. 

M. A. 

Md. 

N.H. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

M.'A. 

Va. 

Mass. 

D. C. 



Md. 

M.A. 

M. A. 

Pa. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

N.J. 

Mass. 

M.A. 



M.A. 
D. C. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 



10 



ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. 



NAME. 



Rank in the 



Dep'l. Army. 



Colonel, 
George Talcott, 25 Mar. 48 B. 6. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 



Henry K. Craig, 

Majors. 

Rofus L. Baker, 
James W. Ripley, 
John Symington, 
William H. Bell, 

Captains, 



25 Mar. 48 



6 July, 38 

7 July, 
27 Mar. 42 
25 Mar. 48 



bvt. 30 May, 48 



Date of first appoint- 
ment of continuous 
service. 



Bvt. 



L. C. 
L. C. 



2 It. 25 inf. 10 July, 13 





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a 


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ora. 


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o,*^ 




< 



Conn. 



23 Sept. 46 1 It. -2 art. 17 Mar. 12 Pa. 



bvt. 30 May, 48 A. d. com. ord. 12 Mar. 13 Conn 



bvt. 30 May, 



•2 It. C. art. 

3 It. 
3 It. 



Edward Harding, 30 May, 32 

Alfred Mordecai, 30 May, M. 

Benjamin Huger, . 30 May, Col. 
James A. J. Bradford, 30 May, 
George D. Ramsay, 25 Feb. 35 M. 
William Maynadier, 7 July, 38 
William A. Thornton, 7 July, M. 
Robert H. K.Whiteley,27 Mar. 42 Bvt. 
George H. Talcott, 3 Mar. 47 
John F. Lee, 3 Mar. 

James M. Morgan, 3 Mar. 

Louis A. B. Walbach, 25 Mar. 48 

First Lievienants. 



1 June,14iConn. 

2 Mar. Jo^Md. 

1 July, 20 N. C. 



2 It. 
bvt. 30 May, 48 Bvt. 
bvt. J3 Sept. 47 Bvt 



bvt. 23 Sept. 46 



M. 

M. bvt. 2 Mar. 49, j. a. 



Peter V. Hagner, 22 

Robert A. Wainwright, 27 
Alexander B. Dyer, 3 
Alexander H. Dearborn, 3 
Franklin D. Callender, 3 
Thomas L. Ringgold, 3 
Charles P. Kingsbury, 3 
John McNutt, 3 

Josiah Goigas, 3 

Thomas J. Rodman, 3 
Theodore T. S. Laidley, 3 
James G. Benton, 25 



Bvt. 

2 It. 

Bvt. 

bvt. 30 May, 48 Bvt. 
19JiUy, 36iBvt. 
bvt. 8Sept.47iBvt. 

Bvt. 

Bvt. 

Bvt. 



May, 40 M. 

Mar. 42 

Mar. 47 Capt. 

Mar. 

Mar. Capt 

Mar. 

Mar. Bvt. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar» 

Mar. M. 

Mar. 48 



C. art 
2 It eng. 
2 It. 3 art. 
2 It. art. 
L. art 
2 It art. 

1 art. 

2 art 

3 art 

1 art. 

2 art. 
lart. 



2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 



24 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
I 
1 



July, 
July, 
July, 

July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 



1^ Md. 
23 N. C. 
25,S. C. 
27Tenn. 
20|va. 
27|Md. 
25|N. Y. 
30|Md. 
31IN. Y. 



34 
35 
34 



Second Lieutenants. 



George Deshon, 
Thomas J. Brereton, 
Charles P. Stone, 
Jesse L. Reno, 
Julian McAllister, 
John C. Symmes,f 
Stephen V. Ben6t, 
Silas Crispin, 



3 Mar. 
3 Mar. 
3 Mar. 
3 Mar. 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 



bvt. 13 Sept 47 Bvt. 2 It. 1 art. 

Bvt. 2 It 5 inf. 
bvt 16 Mar. 48 2 It 3 art 

|2 It. 2 art 
bvt. 20 Aug. 47 Bvt 2 It 

^2 It 4 art. 
23 Feb. 47 2 It 

Bvt 2 It. 



47 Bvt 
Ut 
Capt 
Capt 



49 



bvt. 12 Oct 47 



1 July, 43 
bvt. 9 May, 46 
bvt 13 Sept 47 
bvt. 13 Sept. 



Bvt 2 It. 
Bvt 2 It 
Bvt 2 It 
Bvt 2 It. 



1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
I July, 
1 July. 
1 July; 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July. 



Va. 
N. Y. 
N. H. 



36 D. C. 

35 Mass. 
37iVa. 

38 N. Y. 

39 N. Y. 
38 Va. 

40 N. Y. 
Ohio. 
Pa. 
Ind. 

42 Va. 
N.H. 



41 



Bvt 



1 July, 50 Bvt 



Bvt t eng. 


1 July, 


Bvt. 4 art 


1 July, 


Bvt 


1 July, 


Bvt 


] July, 


2 art 


1 July, 


4 art. 


1 Julv, 


Bvt 


1 July, 


Bvt 


IJuly, 



43Conn. 

|D. C. 
45, Mass. 
46iVa. 

47N.Y. 

iKy. 
49'Fla. 
50 1 Pa. 



N.Y. 



Pa. 



Conn. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 



M. A. 
M.A. 
\M. A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M. A, 
M. A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 



M.A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 



M. A. 
IM. A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 



MILITAEY STOREKEEPERS. 



11 



Name, rank, and date of 
commission. 




MILITARY STOREKEEPERS. 

(tSUached to purchasing branchj 
Quartermaster's Department.) 

Edwards S. Fas^soux, 24 Aug. 33' Schuylkill Arsenal, Pennsylyania. 
Reuben M. Potter, 23 Mar. 48 New Orleans, Louisiana. 



(Attached to the Ordnance 
Department.) 



SandelTS Lansing, jr., 19 

John A. Webber,* 12 

James S. Abeel, 6 

James R. Hanham, S3 

Edward Ingeri^oU, 24 
William R. Shoemaker, 3 

John M . Gait, 28 

Richard J. R. Bee, 4 

Luther Leonard, 31 

Joel W. Jones, 19 

Edward Lucas, jr., 12 

John B. Butler, 30 

William A. Newman, 29 

James W. Simmons, 2 

Charles Devall, 11 



July, 34 
Oct 37 
Jan. 38 
July, 
May, 41 
Aug. 
Dec. 42| 
Apr. 44 
Dec. 45 
June,46 
May, 47 
June, 
Dec. 48 
Aug. 50 
Nov. 



Watervliet arsenal, New York, (Paymaster.) 

Watertown arsenal, Massachusetts. 

Rome arsenal. New York. 

St. Augustine depot, Florida. 

Springfield armory, Massachusetts, (Paymaster.) 

Santa F6, New Mexico. 

Augusta arsenal, Georgia. 

Apalachicola arsenal, Florida. 

Missouri depot. Liberty, Missouri. 

Washington arsenal, D, C, (Paymaster.) 

Harper's Ferry armory, Virginia, (Paymaster.) 

Allegheny arsenal, Pennsylvania, (Paymaster.) 

Champlain arsenal, Vermont. 

CaUfornia. 



S. v>. 8. L». 



Oi 

*-• • 

o o 



N.J. 



N. Y. 

Mass. 

Pa. 

Eng. 

Mass. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Ga. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

La. 



Texas 



N. Y. 

Ga. 
N. Y. 

Md. 

Mass. 

111. 

Va. 

Ga. 

111. 

D. C. 

Va. 

Pa. 

Vt. 

Texas 

La. 



FIRST REOIMENT OF DBAGOONB. 



Eufu9 Ingol 
C^ye 1. Coi 

jo9P|ih ir. \ 





lajuly. 


(icomp P El ans, 




Longer GrahDDil 


9 Apr 


DaMdlt Ha.l,dgs, 


27 Dm 


ChatlesH o«l», 




William T Magrudet 


IJuly 


B >l>»tl Ran»>in Jr , 


IJuly, 


William K-talhoiui, 


1 Jql>, 


BotertJolinnon, 


lluly. 





Major, fldrai- 


Col. 6vt.BSepl.57. 


„,. 




L C livt 18 Mar. 48. . 


c. 


a drug. 


Bvt 17 Aug, 47, 


'" 


drag. 1 


M bnaSFeb IT 




.1 bvt 28 Pel,; 


sr- ' 




M bvll6M«r. 48, 


In. 


It 


M bnaOAug, 4T. 






^1 fcviaSFeb. 


It 






it^ 


1 


M bvLlS Sepl 


a 


inr. 36 
It 7 Inf. 


Bvl W Aug. 47. 


Bvl. 
Bvl. 


11, 


CspI-bTtlSMu. 48. 




It 


Capt,l.yt33Feb, 47. 




It 


Adji, a4 0ot 48. 




It 


Capl. 13 Jm. a.qin 


B^: 


It "flei 






ItSdng. 


R.qm. 


Bvl" 


It 


BvL/ 9 May, 48. 




It a drag. 


Bti. 4 Feb. 47. 


Bvl- 




Ill bnlSMar 48 


BYt 




jvi! 'uJ^i^e.' 


vl. 


dia«. 


1 11. bvl.25 Mar, 47, 




drag. 


1 11, bT1.4Peb. 






Bvt lJuly,4S. 




drag. 


Bvl. 1 July, 


Btl. 




1 IL bvt.S3 Feb. 47. 


Bvl. 




C8pl,bvl.aOAus. 






Bvl. 98June,48. 






!vi. 1 July, 


Bvu 






IVL 






Bvl. 




Bvt. 


Bvl. 





I July, 39 Ky. 

Julyl |Pa." 
iMar.STIN. Y 
July, Iva. 



y,46 


Pa.""' 


y. 


V, V, 


y. 






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V. 



SECOND REGIMENT OF DRAGOONS. 



13 



NAME. 



Rank in the 

. ^ , 

Reg't. Anny. 



Colonel. 

William S. Harney, 30 June,46 
Lieutenant Colonel. 



Nathan Boone,^ 

Majors. 

Philip St. G. Cooke, 
Marshall S. Howe, * 



25 July, 50 



16 Feb. 47 
13 July, 48 



Captains. 

Croghan Ker, 
Charles A. May, 
Lawrence P. Graham, 
William J. Hardee, 
Hamilton VV. MerrUl, 
Henry H. Sibley, 
Ripley A. Arnold, 
Washington [. Newton 
William H. Saunders, 
Fowler Hamilton, 



B. G. bvt. 18 Apr. 47. 



L. C. bvt. 90 Feb. 47. 



8 Mar. 40 

2 Feb. 41 Col. 
31 Aug. 43 M. 
13Sept.44L.C. 
31 Mar. 46 M. 
16 Feb. 47,M. 



18 Aug. 
,13 July, 48 
25 Apr. 49 
25 July, 50 



M. 



bvt. 23 Feb. 47. 
bvt. 9 May ,46. 
bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 
bvt. 8 Sept. 
bvt. 25 Mar. 
bvt. 9 May ,46. 



JFHrTst Lieutenants. 

Oscar F. Winship, 13 Sept. 44 M. 

Reuben P. Campbell, 3 Nov. 45 Capt. 

William Steele, 9 May, 46 Capt. 

Philip W. McDonald, 3 Mar. 47 Capt. 

Patrick CaJhoim, 29 July, 

Elias K. Kane, 18 Aug. Capt. 

Richard H. Anderson, 13 July, 48 Bvt. 

Alfred Pleasonton, 30 Sept. 49 Bvt. 

James M. Hawes, i3 Jan. 50 Bvt. 

Newton C. Givens, 25 July, Bvt. 



Second Lieutenants. 
Thomas J. Wood, 2 Dec. 46 



James Cakes, 29 July, 

William D. Smith, 18 Aug. 

Artliur D. Tree, 18 Oct. 

Samuel H. Starr, 13 July, 

John Buford, jr., 17 Feb. 

Charles H. Tyler, 25 Apr. 

N. G. Evans, 30 Sept. 

George H. Seeuart, 11 Nov. 

Horace F. DeLano, 13 Jan. 
Beverly H. Robertson, 25 July, 

Charles W. Field, 1 July, 

Lucius M. Walker, 1 July, 

John P. Holiday, 1 July, 

Thomas Bingham, 1 July, 



bvt. 26 Dec. 47,a.a.g. 

bvt. 23 Feb. 

bvt. 20 Aug. 

bvt. 20 Aug. ,a.d.c. 

12 Jan. 48,a.qm. 
20 Aug. 47. 

9 May, 46. 

1 Aug. 47. 
23 Feb. 



1 It. bvt 
Adj't. 

47 Capt. bvt 
Bvt. 

1 It bvt 
R. qm. 

48 Bvt 

49 Bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt. 

50 Bvt. 
Bvt. 

49 Bvt 

50 Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt 



23 Feb. 47. 
23 Sept.49. 

8 Sept47. 

1 July, 46. 
20 Aug. 47. 
23 Sept.49. 
28 June,48. 

1 July, 

1 July, 

] July, 

1 July, 

1 July, 49. 

1 July, 



Date of first appoint- 
ment of continuous 
service. 




2 It 1 inf. 13 Feb. 18 



La. 



CaptM.ran. 16 June,32 Ky. 



Bvt. 2 It. inf. 1 July, 27 Va. 
1 It 11 June,36 Me. 



2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 



2 It 
2 It 
Bvt. 2 It 



8 June ,36 La. 
8 June, |D. C. 
13 Oct 37iVa. 
1 July, 38 Ga. 
1 July, iN. Y. 
1 July, La. 
1 July, I Miss. 
1 Aug. D. C. 
1 Aug. Va. 
1 July, 40 N. Y. 
I 



Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 



2 It 
2 It 

2 It 



Bvt.21tl 
Bvtaiti 
Bvt. 2 It 
Bvt21t.l 



1 July, 

1 July, 

1 July, 

1 July, 

1 July, 

1 July, 

drag.l July, 

drag.l July, 

1 July, 

drag.l July, 



40 



41 



N. Y. 
N.C. 
N. Y. 
Pa. 

;d. c. 

'ill. 

42 S. C. 
44 D. C. 
451 Ky. 
Ky. 



Bvt. t eng. 1 July, 45 



Bvt 
Bvt. 



Ky. 



- 1 July, 46 Pa. 

1 July, Ga. 

20 May, 47 Pa. 



Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt 
Bvt. 
Bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt 



1 drag. 
1 drag. 



28 June,48 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
Idrag. 1 July, 49 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 50 
1 July, 
1 July, 



N. Y. 

Ky. 

Va. 

S. C. 

Md. 

Conn. 

Va. 

Ky. 

Tenn. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 



La. 



Mo. 



M.A. 
Me. 



La. 
D. C. 
Va. 
M. A. 
M.A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
Va. 

;va. 

M.A. 



M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 



M.A. 

M.A. 
M.A. 
Pa. 

Army. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M. A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 



14 



REGIMENT OP MOUNTED RIFLEMEN. 



NAME. 



Rank in the 

/ "^ » 

Rcg't. Army. 



Colonel. 
Persifor F. Smith, 27 May, 46'M. G. bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 

LieiUenant Colonel. 
William W. Loring, 15 Mar. 48 Col. bvt. 13 Sept. 47. 



Majors. 



Winslow F.Sanderson, 8 Jan. 48 Bvt. 
GeorgeB. Cnttenden,*t 15 Apr. Bvt. 



Captains. 



27 
27 
27 



John S. Simonson, 
Jacob B. Backenstos, 
Stephen S. Tucker, 
Charles F. Rfiff,*t 7 

Benjamin S. Roberts,*^ 16 
Andrew Porter, 15 

Michael E. Van Buren, 9 
Llewellyn Jones, 31 

Noah Newton, 8 

Thomas Duncan, 15 



May, 46 M. 
May, L. C. 
May, M. 
July, M. 
Feb. 47 L. C. 
May, L. C. 



Oct. 
Dec. 
Jan. 48 
Mar. 



First Lieutenants. 

Andrew J. Lindsay, 27 May, 46 
John G. Walker, 27 May, 

Thomas Claiborne, jr. 16 Feb. 47 
Thomas G. Rhetl, 18 Apr. 
W^ashington L. Elliott, 20 July, 
George McLane, 9 Oct. 

Robert M. Morris, 8 Jan. 48 

Francis S. K. Russell, 15 Mar. 
Julian MaVj 31 Oct. 

Daniel M. 'Frost, 30 Nov. 50 



Bvt. 



20 Aug. 47. 
20 Aug. 



bvt. 13 Sept. 47. 
bvt. 13 Sept. 
bvt. 13 Sept. 
bvt. 1 Aug. 
bvt. 24 Nov. 
bvt. 13 Sept. 
20 Aug. 



Capt. bvt. 
Capt bvt. 
Capt. bvt 

Capt. bvt 
Capt bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt. 
R. qm. 



1 Aug. 

9 Oct 

12 Oct 



47. 



13 Sept 47. 
13 Sept 
13 Sept 
20 Aug. 
18 Apr. 
18 Mar. 



Second Lieutenants. 

George W. Hawkins, 18 Apr. 47 Bvt. 1 

John P. Hatch, 18 Apr. Capt bvt. 13 

Adjt. 1 

Gordon Granger, 29 May, Capt. bvt. 13 

Dabney H. Maury, 1 July, 1 It. bvt 18 

Innis N. Palmer, 20 July, 1 It bvt 20 

Jami's Stuart, 9 Oct Capt bvt 13 

Alfred Gibbs, 31 Dec. 1 It bvt 18 

Georue H. Gordon, 8 Jan. 48' 1 It bvt. 18 

William B. Lane, 31 Oct Bvt 28 

Caleb E. Irvine, 30 Nov. 50 Bvt 28 

William E. Jones, 30 Nov. ;Bvt 28 

George W. Howland, 1 July, 48 Bvt. 

Eugene A. Carr, 1 July, 50, Bvt 



July, 44. 

Sept 47. 

Nov. 

Sept 

Apr. 

Aug. 

Sept 

Apr. 

Apr. 

June, 48. 

June, 

June, 



Date of first appoint- 
ment of continuous 
service. 



27 May, 46 



1 T3 



e 
o 



Pa. 



Capt. 



Capt. 
Capt 



27May,46N. C. 



27May,46N. Y. 
27 Mw, Ky. 



lit 



1 It 
lit 
1 It 
lit. 
lit 



27 May, 46 Pa. 
Pa. 
Vt 
Pa. 
Vt 
Pa. 
Md. 
N. Y. 
Conn. 
111. 



27 May, 
27 May, 
7 July, 
27 May, 
27 May, 
27 May, 
27 May, 
27 Mav, 
27 May, 



2 It 
2 It 

2 It 



27 May, 
27 May, 
27 May, 



% 



D. C. 
N. Y. 
D. C. 



Bvt21tl art 1 July, 44 N. Y. 



Bvt 1 inf. 
Bvt 3 inf. 

Bvt. 2 inf. 

Bvt 

Bvt 

Bvt 

Bvt 

Bvt 

Bvt 

Bvt 

Bvt 

Bvt 

Bvt 



1 July, 44 N. C. 
1 July, 45 N. Y. 

1 July, N. Y. 

1 July, 46 Va. 

1 July, N. Y. 

1 July, S. C. 

1 July, N. Y. 

1 July, iMass. 
28 June,48 Ky. 
28 June, Tenn. 

1 July, Va. 

1 July, R. I. 

1 July, 50 N. Y. 



o o 



27 May, 46 Ala. 

27 May, Mo. 
2 It. 27 May, Tenn. 

Bvt21tord. 1 Jul V, 45*3. C. 
2 It 27 May, 46 Pa. 

•2 It 27 May, Del. 



La. 



Fla. 



Ohio. 
Ky. 



Ind. 
111. 
Ark. 
Mo. 
i f owa. 
Pa. 
Mich. 
N. Y. 
Oliio. 
111. 



Miss. 

Mo. 

Tenn. 

M.A. 

Pa. 

Md. 

iD. C. 

Mich. 

D. C. 

M.A. 



M.A. 
M.A. 

M.A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 

IM. A. 

JM. A. 

Army. 

Army. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 



FIRST REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY. 



15 



NAME. 



Rank in the 

, A ^ 

Reg't.Army. 



Ichabod B. 



Colonel. 
Crane, 



27 June,43 



Lieutenant Colonel. 



Levi Wiiiting, 

Majors. 
Thomas Childs, 
Justin Dimiclc, 

Captains. 
Lucian B. Webster, 
George Nauman, 
Francis Taylor, 
Joljn H. Winder,*t 
Miner Kno\vIton» 
John B. Magruder, 
John S. Hatheway, 
Israel Vogdes, 
Bennett H. Hill, 
William H. French, 
William H. Fowler, 
Isaac S. K. Reeves, 



1 Apr. 50' 

I 

16 Feb. 47!b. G. 
1 Apr. 50 Col. 



2 It. marines,26 Jan. 09 N 



2 It. art. 10 Feb. 12 Mass. 



bvt. 12 Oct. 47. 
bvt. 13 Sept. 



bvt. 23 Feb. 47. 
bvt. 20 Aug. 
bvt. 20 Aug. 



30 Sept. 36 L. C. 
4 Feb. 37 L. C. 
7 July, 38 L. C. 
7 Oct. 42 :M. 

21 Apr. 46' 
18 June, !L. C. 

3 Mar. 47 M. 
20 Aug. I 
12 Jan. 48| 

22 Sept. M. bvt. 20 Aug. 47 
29 Oct. 

1 Apr. 50 ! 



bvt. 20 Aug. 



bvt. 13 Sept. 47. 
bvt. 20 Aug. 



Date of first appoint- 
ment of continuous 
service. 



3 It, 

2 It. L. art. 



11 Mar. 14 Mass 
1 July, 19 Vt. 




First Lieutenants. 



Henry C. Wayne, 
Irvin McDowell, 
Joseph A, Haskin, 
Henry D. Grafton, 
James B. Ricketts, 
Samuel K. Dawson, 
James G. Martin, 
Samuel Jones, 
^ John M. Braunan, 

Isaac Bowen, 
Seth Williams, 
Abner Doubleday, 
Asher R. Eddy, 
Henry Coppee, 
Edward C. Boynton, 
Thomas J. Jackson, 
Truman Seymour, 
Lewis O. Morris, 
John B. Gibson, 
Theodore Talbot, 
Francis E. Patterson, 
Joseph J. W^oods, 
Samuel F. Chalfin, 
John H. Dickerson, 



16 May, 42 M. bvt. 20 Aug. 47,a.qm. 
7 Oct. Capt. bvt. 23 Feb. a.a.g. 
31 Aug. 44 M. bvt. 13 Sept. a.qm. 
24 Feb. 45 Capt. bvt. 20 Aug. 
21 Apr. 46 R. qm. 15 June,49. 
18 June, |Capt. bvt. 18 Apr. 47. 
16 Feb. 47 M. bvt. 20 Aug. a.qm. 
3 Mar. I 

3 Mar. jCapt bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 

17 Apr. 
bvt. 23 Feb. com.sub. 
bvt. 18 April, 



Capt 

Adj't, 

Capt. 

Capt. 



3 Mar. 
3 Mar. 
3 Mar. 

19 Aug. 

20 Aug. Capt. 
20 Aug. Capt. 
20 Aug. IM. 
26 Aug. jCapt. 
23 Dec. I 

12 Jan. 48' Bvt. 
22 Sept. 
29 Oct. 
29 Oct. 

6 Nov. 49' 

1 Apr. 50' 



bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 
bvt. 20 Aug. 
bvt. 13 Sept. 
bvt. 20 Aug. 



20 Aug. 47. 



Second Lieutenants. 
Daniel M. Beltzhoover,20 Aug. 



Otis H. Tillinghast, 
James B. Fry, 
Ambrose P. Hill, 
Jefferson C. Davis, 
James £. Slaughter, 
Daniel Nickels, 
Thoriiley S. Everett, 
John Dement, 
William Silvey, 
Absalom Baird, 
Powell T. Wyman, 
Adam J. Slemraer, 
Richard Arnold, 
Amos Beckwith, 



20 Aug 
20 Aug. 

26 Aug. 

17 June,48 

27 June, 
♦13 July, 
22 Sept. 
29 Oct. 

6 Nov. 49 
1 Apr. 50 
16 Sept. 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 



Bvt. 
I Bvt. 
I Bvt. 
iBvt. 



Bvt. 
Bvi. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
;Bvt. 
iBvt. 
Bvt. 



1 July, 47. 
1 July, 
1 July, 
IJuly, 



28 June, 48. 
28 June, 

1 July, 49. 

1 July, 

1 July, 50. 



Bvt.2 lt.3 art, 
Bvt.2 lt.2 art. 
Bvt.2 It.4 art. 
2 It. 

Bvt. 2 It. 
Bvt.2 lt.7 inf. 
Bvt.2 It. 
2 It. 
2 It. 
2 It. 
2 It. 
2 It. 

2 It. 4 art 
Bvt. 2 It. 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It. 
2 It 
2 It 

Bvt. 2 It 
Bvt 2 It 



July, 
July, 
July, 
Apr. 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
Julv, 
1 July, 
1 July, 



23, Vt. 
'Pa. 
25; Va. 
27 Md. 
29 Conn. 
30|Va. 

36 N. Y. 

37 Pa. 
D. C. 
Md. 
Md. 

38IS. C. 



1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
IJuly, 



^38 



39 



40 
41 



Bvt.2 lt4 art. 
Bvt.2 lt2 art 
Bvt2 lt.3 art 
Bvt.2 It 
Bvt2 lt.2 art. 
Bvt 2 11.2 art 
Bvt.2 It 
Bvt.2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 



Mar. 
May, 
June, 
July, 
July, 
Bvt.2 lt.4 art. 1 July, 



1 

1 

1 

1 

, 1 

, 1 

1 

1 

8 

8 

22 

24 

1 

1 



Ga. 
Ohio. 
N. Y. 
Mass. 
N. Y. 
Pa. 
N. C. 
Va. 
D. C. 



July, 42 N. Y. 
July, Me. 
July, N. Y. 
July, 44 R. I. 
July, 45 Ga. 
July, 46 Vt. 
July, IVa. 
July, IVt 
Mar. 47 N. Y. 



Bvt. 

Bvt. 3 art. 
Bvt 3 art 
Bvt 

Volt 

Bvt 
Bvt 

Bvt. 3.art 
Bvt 2 Bit. 
Bvt. 3 art 
Bvt 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 



1 July, 

1 July, 

1 Julv, 

1 July, 

17 June, 

9 Apr. 

13 July, 

28 June, 

28 June, 

1 July, 

1 July, 

1 July, 

1 July, 

1 July, 

1 July, 



Pa. 

D. C. 

Pa. 

Ohio. 

III. 

Ohio. 



48 

47 [Va. 

48 xMd. 
Va. 



49 
50 



M.A. 
M.A. 

M. A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 
Md. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 

M. A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 
M, A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 



'M. 
M. 
M. 



A. 
A. 
A. 



M. A. 
M.A. 



M 

M. 



A. 
A. 



47 Pa. 

iN. Y. 
III. 
Va. 
Ind. 



D. C. 

Ohio. 

Pa. 

Mass. 

Pa. 

R.I. 

Vt. 



M. A. 
N. Y. 
Pa. 

Ky. 

Pa. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 

M. A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M. A. 

Ind. 

Va. 

Md. 

Army* 

Army. 

M. A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M. A. 

M.A* 

M.A* 



SECOND REfilHENT OF ARTILLERY. 



Cptcatu 
a L >vd 
li 1 F null 

rj L K ink 



is t, 1 in. 30 Aug. 47. 
IS L C bvt B Sept. 47. 



Bvt2H.3ilif.lJuly, 



[C pt. 18 Jan. 47,a.qm,'-^11. 



«x. 



rard E Plan, 



THIKD BEOIMENT OF ASTILLERT. 



17 



NAME. 



Rank in the 



Reg't, 



Colonel. 
William Gates, 13 Oct 45 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Fraucis S. Belton, 13 Oct 45 

Majon. 
John M. Washington, 
Charles S. Merchant, 



16 Feb. 47 
14 Feb. 49 

1 Dec. 38 
23 Oct 41 
30 Nov. 
28 May, 46 
18 June, 
16 Feb. 47 

3 Mar. 

3 Mar. 
13 Aug. 
22 Sept 
13 Feb. 50 

7 Sept 

First Lieutencmts. 
William T. Sherman, 30 Nov. 41 
Stewart Van Vliet, 19 Nov. 43 
Oeorge H. Thomas, 30 Apr. 44 
Horace B. Field, 27 June, 

Sewall L. FreniQnt, 11 May, 46 
Richard P. Hammond, 28 May, 
John F. Reynolds, 18 June, 



- Captains. 
Martin Burke, 
Robert Anderson, 
Erasmus D. Keyes, 
Thomas W. Sherman, 
Braxton Bragg, 
George Taylor, 
Edward J. Steptoe, 
Francis O. Wyse, 
William Austine, 
Henry S. Burton, 
Henry B. Judd, 
Edward O. C. Ord, 



Edward G. Beckwith, 
I Jo8«iph Stewart, 
Charles L. Kilbum, 
Hachaliah Brown, 
liUcien Loeser, 
Isaac F. duinby, 
Joseph J. Reynolds, 
James A. Hardie, 
Samuel G. French, 
Francis J. Thomas, 
-George P. Andrews, 
Hamilton L. Shields, 
•George T. Andrews, 
Benjamin P. McNeill, 
John H. Lendrum, 
John Hamilton, 
John S. Mason, 

Second Lieutenants. 
<3reoTge Patten, 13 Aug. 47 

Horatio G. Gibson, 8 Sept 

^kmbrose E. Bumside, 8 Sept 
B.ome3^ B. Ayres, 22 Sept. 
Charles C. Churchill, 3 Mar. 48 
William .\. Winder, 24 Mar. 
Richard H. Smith, 21 June, 
Isaac W. Patton, 13 July, 

Johnson K. Duncan, 31 Oct 49 
B eekman DuBarry, 13 Feb. 50 
Dbauncey McKeever, 27 July, 
f ohn Kellc^g, 7 Sept. 

Oscar A. Mack, 1 July, 



18 June, 
17 Oct. 

16 Feb. 47 
3 Mar. 
3 Mar. 
3 Mar. 
3 Mar. 
3 Mar. 

3 Mar. 
22 Mar. 

8 Sept 
22 Sept 

19 Oct 

4 Dec. 
24 Mar. 48 
13 Feb. 50 

7 Sept 



Army. 



Col. bvt 20 Aug. 47. 



L. C. bvt 23 Feb. 47. 



L. C. 
M. 

M. 

L. C. 
M. 
L. C. 
M. 
M. 

Bvt 



bvt. 
bvt. 



8 Sept 47. 
8 Sept 



bvt. 23 Feb. 47. 
bvt. 23 Feb. 
bvt 9 Oct 
bvt 13 Sept 
bvt 12 July, 
bvt 20 Aug. 

25 Mar. 47. 



Cnpt. 27 Sept 50, c. s. 

Capt 4June,47,a.qm. 

M. bvt. 23 Feb. 

Capt bvt 9 Oct 

M. bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 
M. bvt 23 Feb. 
a. qm. 25 Oct 50. 

Capt bvt. 23 Feb. 47. 
Capt bvt 25 Mar. 



A4it 



10 Oct 50. 



Capt. bvt. 23 Feb. 47ya.qin 
Capt bvt 8 Sept 47. 
Capt bvt. 8 Sept 



Bvt 



Bvt 
Bvt. 
Bvt 
Bvt 



Bvt. 
Bvt 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 



20 Aug. 47. 



1 July, 47. 
i July, 
1 July, 
IJuly, 



1 July, 49. 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 



Date of first appoint- 
ment of continuous 
service. 



21tart. 



6 Mar. 06 



2 It lL.drag.27 Mar. 12 Md 




3 It C. art 
3 It 1 art. 



7 July, 17 
" Mar. 14 



2 It 8 inf. 
Bvt21t2art 
Bvt 2 It 

3 It 
2 it, 
2 It 
2 It 
Bvt. 2 It 

2 Jt 2 drag. 
2 It 
2 it 
2 It 

2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 

Bvt. 2 It 
Bvt. 2 it 

2 It 

Bvt. 2 Itl art. 

Bvt21tlart 

Bvt 2 Itl art. 

Bvt.21t2art 

8vt21t.2art. 

Bvt.21t.4art. 

Bvt. 2 Itl art. 

Bvt 2 It 

Bvt 2 It 

Bvt 2 It 

Bvt21t.2art 

2 It 

2 It 

2 It 

2 It 

2 It 



28 



Jan. 

July, 

July, 

July, 

July, 

July, 

July, 

July, 

July, 

July, 

July, 
July, 

July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 



July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 

8 Mar. 

8 Mar. 

8 Mar. 

1 July. 

1 July, 



20 
25 
32 
36 
37 



Bvt. 

Bvt. 2 art 
Bvt 2 art 
Bvt 4 art 



14 inf. 
10 inf. 
Bvt 2 art. 
Bvt 1 art 
Bvt 1 art 
Bvt 4 art. 
Bvt 



IJuly, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
IJuly, 
3 Mar. 

24 Mar. 

30 Dec. 
OApr. 
1 July, 
1 July, 
IJuly, 
IJuIy, 
IJuly, 



40 



41 



42 



43 
43 



44 
45 
46 
47 



Va. 
N. Y. 



Md. 
Ky. 
Mass. 
R.I. 
N. C. 
Ga. 
Va. 
Md. 
Conp. 
39W. Y. 
Conn. 
D. C. 



47 

48 
47 
49 

50 



Ohio. 
N. Y. 

Va. 

N.Y. 
Vt 
Md. 
Pa. 

N.Y. 

Ky. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

Ky. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

Va. 

Conn. 

Va. 

D. C. 

N.H. 

Conn. 

At sea 

Ohio. 

S. C. 

Md. 

Ind. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Tenn. 

Va. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

Md. 

Mass. 

N. fl. 



Md. 



M.A. 
M. A. 

D. C. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

iM.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A- 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

S. C. 

Mass. 

Md. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Tenn. 

Va. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 



18 



FOURTH REGIMENT OP ARTILLERY. 




NAME. 



Rank in the 

, • 

Reg't. Army. 



Colonel. 

John B. Walbach, 19 Mar. 42 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Matthew M. Payne, 27 June,43 

Majors. 

John L. Gardner, 13 Oet. 45 

Giles Poner, 16 Feb. 47 

Ca^ahu. 

Harvey Brown, 10 Apr. .35 

Samuel Cooper, 11 June,d6 

William W. Morris, 17 Dee. 

John B. Scott, 25 June,41 

Franklin E. Hunt, 18 June,46 

Samuel C. Ridgely, 16 Feb. 47 

William G. Freeman, 13 Sept. 

Joseph Roberts, 20 Aug. 48 

John W. Phelps, 31 Mar. 50 

Thomas Williams, 12 Sept. 

John C. Pemberton, 16 Sept. 

Charles F. Wooster, 27 Sept. 

First Lieutenants. 
John P. McCown, 30 Sept. 43 
Francis N. Clarke, 1^ Oct. 45 
George W. Getty, 31 Oct. 

Albion P. Howe, 18 June, 46 

Julius P. Garesch6, 18 June, 

Richard S. Smith,*tt 19 April, 

Mansfield Lovell, 16 Feb. 47 
Henry M. Whiting, 3 Mar. 
George W. Rains, 3 Mar. 

John H. Grelaud, 3 Mar. 

Fitz-John Porter, 29 May. 

Edmund Hayes, 13 Sept. 
Darius N. Couch, 4 Dec. 

John A. Brown, 20 Aug. 48 

Albert L. Magilton, 28 Feb. 49 
Gustavus A. De Rus8y,16 May, 

John S. Garland, 20 May, 

George W. Hazzard, 31 Mar. 50 
Orlando B. Willcox, 30 Apr. 
John Gibbon, 12 Sept. 

Clermont L. Best, 12 Sept 
Richard C. Drum, 16 Sept. 
Robert V. W. Howard,27 Sept. 
Joseph C. Clarke, jr., 11 Dec. 

Second Lieutenants. 
William G. Gill, 28 Feb. 49 

James Holmes, 24 Apr. 

Truman K. Walbridge,16 May, 
Grier Tallmadge, 20 May, 

John C. Booth, 31 May, 

Delavan D. Perkins, 31 Mar. 50 
William A. Nimmo, 30 Apr. 
Rufus Saxton, jr., 12 Sept. * 
Edward McK. Hudson, 12 Sept. 
Cuvier Grover, 16 Sept. 

Joseph H. Wheelock, 27 Sept. 
Jacob Culburtson, 11 Dec. 
Hugh E. Dungan, 1 July, 

Charles S. Winder, 1 July, 



B. G. bvt. 11 Nov. 23. 
Col. bvt. 9 May, 46. 
Col. bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 



L. C.bvt. 
Col. bvt. 
M. bvt. 
M. bvt. 

M. bvt. 
L.C.bvt 



M. bvt. 
M. bvt 
Bvt. 



20 Aug. 47. 
30May,48, a.a.g. 
27 Jan, 37. 
9 May, 46. 

20 Aug. 47. 

30 May, 48, a.a.g. 



13 Sept47, 
8 Sept 
28 Feb. 



Captbvt. 18 Apr. 47. 



Capt.bvt. 
Capt.bvt. 
Adj't, 



Capt.bvt 
1 It. bvt 
Capt.bvt 

M. bvt. 

Bvt 

Bvt 
Bvt 
R.qm. 



20 Aug. 47. 
20 Aug. 
1 Oct 46. 



13 Sept 47. 
23 Feb. 
20 Aug. 

13 Sept 47. 

23 Feb. 47. 

20 Aug. 47. 
20 Aug. 
15 Feb. 49. 



Bvt. 



Bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 



13 Sept 47. 



1 July, 48. 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 49. 
1 July, 
IJuly, 
1 July, 
1 July, 50. 
1 July, 
1 July, 



Lt cavalry, 10 Jto. 99 
1 It 20 inf. 12 Mar. 12 



3 It 4 inf. 20 May, 13 Mass. 
2 It C. art. 24 July, 18 N. Y. 



2 It L. art. 24 
Bvt21tL.art.ll 

2 It 6 inf. 1 

Bvt. 2 It 1 

Bvt 2 It 1 

Bvt. 2 It 1 

Bvt 2 It 1 

Bvt. 2 It 1 

Bvt. 2 It 1 

2 It 1 

2 It 1 

2 It 1 



Date of first appoint- 
ment of continuous 
service. 



Ger. 
Va. 



July, 
Dec. 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 
July, 



18 N. J. 
IS.N.Y. 
20|n. Y. 
21 Conn. 
29.N. J. 



31 
34 
35 
36 
37 



2 It 
2 It 
2 It 

2 It 



1 July, 40lTenn. 
1 July, N. Y. 
1 July, D. C. 
1 July, 41 Me. 



2 It 

2 It. 7 inf. 

2 It 

2 It 

2 It. eng. 

Bvt21tlart. 

Bvt. 

Bvt. 2 Itlart. 

Bvt. 2 It 

Bvt 2 It. 

Bvt 2 It 

2 It 



1 July, 
31 Dec. 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
8 Mar. 



40 
42 



43 
45 
46 



47 



Md. 

Va. 

Del. 

Vt 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 



2 It 8 Mar. 

2 It 1 July, 

2 It 1 July, 

Bvt 21t3art.l July. 
Bvt 21t] art.l July, 
2 It. 9 inf. 9 Apr. 
Bvt. 2 It 28 June,48 
Bvt21t 3art.l July, 



Bvt 3 art 
Bvt 2 art. 
Bvt 

Bvt 1 art. 
Bvt 2 art 
Bvt. 2 art 
Bvt 

3 

3 

1 



Bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt. 



art. 
art 
art. 



1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 Julv, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 



Cuba. 
Pa. 
D. C. 
Mass. 
N. C. 
Pa. 
N. H. 
Pa. 
N. Y. 
Md. 
Del. 
N. Y. 

Mich. 

Del. 

Mich. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Irel. 

N.J. 



o o 

or* 



Pa. 

Va. 

Mass, 
M.A. 

M.A- 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A, 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 

M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 

M.A. 

Pa. 

M.A. 

M.A, 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

Va. 

Mich. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

Pa. 

Army. 

M.A. 



48 N. J. 
N.C. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Ga. 
N. Y. 
Tenn. 
Mass. 
Conn. 
Me. 
Mass. 
Ky. 
Pa. 
Md. 



49 



50 



M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 



PfRST REGIMENT, OF INFANTRY. 



19 



NAME. 



Rank in the 
Reg't. Army. 



Bennet Riley, 31 Jan. 50 

Lieutenant Colonel. 



Henry Wilson, 

Majors. 

Edgar S. Hawkins, 
Thompson Morris, 

Captains. 

Joseph H. La Motte, 
Sidney Burbank, 
Seth Eastman, 
Samuel M. Plummer, 
John H. King, 
Robert S. Granger, 
William E. Prince, 
Geo^e W. Wallace, 
Benjamin 11. Arthur, 
James N. Caldwell, 



14 June, 42 



16 Feb. 47 
12 Jan. 48 



7 July, 38 

8 Nov. 39 
12 Nov. 

1 May, 41 
31 Oct. 46 

8 Sept. 47 
31 Aug. 49 
10 June,50 
96 June, 
36 Oct. 



B. G.bvt.l8 Apr. 47. 



Col. bvt.2d Sept. 46. 



Bvt. 9 May, 46. 

L.C. bvt,20 Aug. 47. 



M. bvt.23 Sept. 46. 



for. com. 22 Nov.39. 



Bvt 16 Mar. 48. 



First Lieutenants. 

Theophilus d'0r6mieulx, 31 Oct.46 
Stephen D. Carpenter, 8 Sept. 47 
Joseph B. Plummer, 15 Mar. 48 
Schuyler Hamilton, 15 Mar. 
Frederick J. Denman, 31 Aug. 49 
Eugene E. McLean, 10 June,50 
Charles C. Gilbert, 10 June, 
Parmenus T. Tumley, 10 June, 
George D. Brewerton, 26 June, 
Egbert L. Viele, 26 Oct. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Chas. N. Underwood, 28 June,48 
Ancjrew G. Miller, 11 Apr. 49 
Daniel Huston, jr., 30 June, 
Edward D. Stockton, 31 Aug. 
Seth M. Barton, 19 Apr. 50 

Richard W. Johnson, 10 June, 
Samuel B. Holabird, 10 June, 
Thomas G. Williams, 10 June, 
Thornton A. Washington,26 June, 
Charles B. Alvord, 26 Oct. 
Samuel H. Reynolds, 1 July, 49 
James Mcintosh, 1 July, 

James H. Wilson, 1 July, 50 

Joseph T. Haile, 1 July, 



R. qm. 1 Jan. 48. 
Capt.bvt.l3 Aug.47,a. 
Adj't, 21 Sept.48. 
A. d. c. 



d.c. 



Bvt 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt 
Bvt. 
Bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt. 
Bvt 
Bvt. 
Bvt 
Bvt. 



1 July, 48. 
1 July, 
1 July, 49. 
1 July, 
IJuly, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July,. 



Date of first appoint- 
ment of continuous 
service. 




Ens. riflemen, 19 Jan. 13 



Ensign 32 inf. 17 May, 13 



2 It. 3 inf. 
2 It 2 inf. 



Bvt 2 It 
Bvt 2 It 
Bvt. 2 It. 
Bvt 2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
2 It 
Bvt 2 It 



inf. 



2 inf. 



1 July, 20 
1 July, 22 



1 July, 27 
1 July, 29 
1 July, 

1 July, 35 

2 Dec. 37 
1 July, 38 
1 Aug. 
1 July, 39 
IDec. 
1 July, 40 



2 It 

Bvt 2 It 

2 It 

2 It 

2 It 

Bvt 2 It 3 inf. 

Bvt 2 It 3 inf. 

Bvt. 2 It 2 inf. 

2 It 



1 July, 
IJuIy, 
1 July, 
IJuly, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
IJuly, 
1 July, 
22 May, 



40 
41 
42 
46 

47 



Bvt. 2 It 2 inf. IJuly, 



Bvt 

Bvt 6 inf. 
Bvt. 8 inf. 
Bvt 7 inf. 
Bvt. 3 inf. 
Bvt. 6 inf. 
Bvt. 

Bvt. 2 inf. 
Bvt 6 inf. 
Bvt. 8 inf. 
Bvt 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 



49 



28 June,48 
1 July 
1 July 
1 July 
] July: 
1 July 
IJuly 
1 July 
IJuly 
1 July 
IJuly 
1 July 
1 July 
1 July 



50 



Md. 



Pa. 



N. Y. 
Ohio. 



N. C. 

Mass. 

Me. 

Me. 

MiclK 

Ohio. 

Mass. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Ohio. 



Fr'nce 
Me. 
Mass. 
N. Y. 

N. Y. 
D. C. 
Ohio. 
Tenn. 
R. I. 
N. Y. 



Ky. 

Pa. 

Me. 

Ky. 

Va. 

Ky. 

Conn. 

Va. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Fla. 

Tenn. 

R. L 



•SS 



Md. 



Pa. 



M.A. 
M.A. 



M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

Mich. 

M.A. 

Mass, 

Pa. 

Vt 

M.A. 



N. Y. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
N. Y. 
M.A. 



Army. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 



20 



SECOND REGIMENT OP INFANTRY. 



Vfinlr Tvi fKA 


Date of first appoint- 


• 

6 


Appointed 
from. 

1 


NAME. ^^l^ 


UA bAJiV 


ment of continuous 
service. 


e 

o 


Reg't. 


S 

Army. 


Ck>lonel. 










Hugh Brady,t 6 July, 12 


M.G. bvt.30May,48. 


Col. 22 inf. 6 July, 12 


Pa. 


Pa. 


Lieutenant Colonel. 










William K. Jouett, 31 Jan. 50 




2 It 1 ini: 19 Feb. 18 


Tenn. 


Tenn. 


Majors. 


• 


' 






Washington Seawell, 3 Mar. 47 


Bvt. 18 July, 4L 


Bvt.21t7inf.l July,25 


Va. 


M. A. 


Albert S. MiUer, 15 Mar. 48 


Bvt 23 Sept. 46. 


Bvt21t7inf.lJuly,23 


Tenn. 


M.A. 


Captaint. 




V 






Joseph R. Smith, S6 Apr. 38 


L. C. bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 


2 It 1 July, 23 


N. Y. 


M* A. 


Hannibal Dny, 7 July, 




2 It IJuly, ;vt 


M. A. 


Samuel P. Heintzelman,4 Nov. 


M. bvt. 9 Oct. 47. 


Bvt. 2 It 3 inf.l July, 26 Pa. 


M. A. 


Silas Casey, 1 July, 39 


L. C. bvt. 13 Sept. 


Bvt 2 It 7 inf. I July, 


R. L 


M.A. 


George W. Patten, 18 June,46 


M. bvt. 18 April, 


Bvt 2 It 1 July, 30 


R.I. 


M. A. 


Henry W. Wesseils, 16 Feb. 47 


M. bvt. 20 Aug. 


Bvt 2 It 1 July, 33 


L'onn. 


M. A. 


Christopher S. Lovell, 12 Jan. 48 


Bvt 20 Aug. 


2 It 31 July, 38 


3. C. 


S. C. 


Deiozier Davidson, 1 Jan. 49 


Bvt. 20 Aug. 


2 It 31 July, 


D. C. 


D. C. 


George C. Westcott, 7 May, 


Bvt 13 Sept 


2 It 1 Aug. 


N.J. 


N.J. 


Julius Hayden, 30 Jane, 50 


Bvt 20 Aug. 


2 It 16 Jan. 39 


N. Y. 


Fia. 


First Lieutenants. 










Edward R. S. Canby, 18 June,46 


M. bvt. 20 Aug. 47,a.a.g. 


2 It 1 July, 39 


Ky. 


x^. A. 


Nathaniel Lyon, 16 Feb. 47 


Capt bvt 20 Aug. 


2 It 1 July, 41 


(>onn. 


M.A. 


Alfred Sully, 11 Mar. 


R. qm. 9 Oct 48. 


2 It 1 July, 


Pa. 


M.A. 


Edward Murray, 22 Aug. 




Bvt 2 It. 1 July, 


Md. 


M.A. 


James W. Schureman, 12 Jan. 48 


Bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 


Bvt21t7inf.l July,42 


N.J. 


M.A. 


Frederick Steele, 6 June, 


Capt. bvt 13 Sept. 
Adjt, 6 Sept. 49. 


Bvt 2 It 1 July, 43 


N. Y. 


xM. A. 


David R. Jones, 7 May, 49 


Bvt 20 Aug. 47. 


Bvt. 2 It 1 July, 46 


S. C. 


M^. A. 


Nelson H. Davis, 8 June, 


Bvt 20 Aug. 


Bvt2lt 3inf.l July, 


Mass. 


M.A. 


William M. Gardner, 16 Oct. 


Bvt 20 Aug. 


Bvt. 2 It 1 inf.l July, 


Ga. 


M. A. 


Henry B. Hendershott, 30 June,50 




Bvt 2 It 5 inf.l July, 47 


Ky. 


M.A. 


Second Lieutenants. 


« 








1 
Tredwell Moore, 90 Aug. 47 


Bvt 1 July, 47. 


Bvt. 8 inf. 1 July, 47 


Ohio. 


M. A. 


Thomas W. Sweeny, 3 Mar. 48 




3 Mar. 48ilrel»d. 


N. Y. 


Caleb Smith, 21 June, 




2 It 2 art. 21 June, 


Va. 


Va. 


George H. Paige, 10 Mar. 49 


Bvt 1 July, 48. 


Bvt 2 It 6 inf.l July, 


N. H. 


M. A. 


Nathaniel H. McLean, 29 Mar. 


Bvt. 1 July, 


Bvt 2 It 7 inf.l July, 


Ohio. 


IVf . A. 


Ferdinand Paine, 7 May, 


Bvt. 1 July, 


Bvt 2 It 4 inf.l July, 


Me. 


M.A. 


Thomas D. Johns, 8 June, 


Bvt IJuly, ' 


Bvt2ltl inf.l July, 


Pa. 


M. A. 


Thomas Wright, 16 Oct. 


Bvt 1 July, 49. 


Bvt 7 inf. I July, 49 Ga. 


M.A. 


John W. Praser, 30 Juiie,50 


Bvt 1 July, 


Bvt 1 July, ITenn. 


M.A. 


James P. Roy, 31 Aug. 


Bvt 1 July, 


Bvt 8 inf. 1 July, 


Enp. 


M.A. 


DahUA D. Clark, 1 July, 49 


Bvt 


Bvt 1 July, 


N. Y. 


M* A. 



THIRD REGIMENT OF mPANTRY. 



21 



^'^"^•^ ^« 


Date oif first appoint- 
ment of continuous 


g 


11 


Reg't. 


Army. 


. service. 


o 
PQ 


< 


Colonel. 










James B. Many, 21 July, 34 


Bvt. 1 June,31. 


llt.2A.&Eng.4June,98 


Del. 


Dei. 


Lieutenant Colonel. 


• 








Ethan A. Hitchcock, 31 Jan. 42 


Col. bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 


3 It. C art. 17 July, 17 


Vt 


M.A> 


Majors. 










Gouvorneur Morris, 31 Jan- 50 


Bvt. 9 May, 46. 


2 It. 4 inf. 24 May, 24 


N.Y. 


N.Y. 


Electus Backus, 10 June, 


Bvt. 23 Sept. 


Bvt.21t.2inf.l July, 


N. Y. 


M.A. 


Captains. 










Edmund B. Alexander, 7 July, 38 


L. C. bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 


Bvt.2It.6inf.lJuly,23 


Ky- 


M.A. 


Nathaniel C. Macrae, 18 Dec. 39 




Bvt. 2 It. 1 inf.l July, 26 


Va. 


M.A. 


Jefferson Van Home, 1 Dec. 40 


M. bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 


Bvt. 2 It. inf. 1 July, 27 


Pa. 


M-A. 


William S. Honry, 18 May, 46 


M. bvt. 23 Sept. 46. 


Bvt. 2 It. 1 July, 35 


N.Y. 


M.A. 


Jiisopli H. Eaton, 18 June, 


L. C. bvt. 23 Feb. 47. 


Bvt. 2 It. 1 July, 


Mass. 


M.A. 


Lewis S. Cniig, ' 18 June, 


L. C. bvt. 20 Aug. 


2 It. 2 drag. 14 Oct. 37 


Va. 


Va. 


William H. (Joidon, 21 Sept. 




2 It. 31 July, 38 


Va. 


D. C. 


Daniel T. (;handl('r, 21 Sept. 


L. C. bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 


2 It. 1 Aug. 


D. C. 


La. 


Oliver L. Shepherd, 1 Dec. 47 


M. bvt. 13 Sept. 


Bvt.21t.4inf.l July,40 


N.Y. 


M.A. 


William B. Johns, 4 Dec. 


Bvt. 18 Apr. 


Bvt. 2 It. 8 inf.l July, 


D. C. 


M.A. 


First LietUenants. 










Thomas Jordan, 18 June,46 


Capt. 3 Mar. 47,a.qm. 


Bvt.21t.5inf.l July, 40 


Va. 


M.A. 


Don Carlos Buell, 18 June, 


M. bvt. 20 Aug, a.a.g. 


2 It. 1 July, 41 


Ohio. 


M.A. 


Israel B. Richardson, 21 Sept. 


M. bvt. 13 Sept. 


Bvt. 2 It 1 Julji, 


Vt 


M.A. 


William T. H. Brooks, 21 Sept. 


M. bvt. 20 Aug. 


Bvt 2 It ^ IJuly, 


Ohio. 


M.A. 


Andrew W. Bowman, 21 Sept. 


Capt. bvt. 18 Apr. 
R. qm. 28 Mar. 


Bvt 2 It 1 inf.l July, 


Pa. 


M.A. 


George Sykea, 21 Sept. 


Capt. bvt. 18 Apr. 


Bvt 2 It 1 July, 42 


Md. 


M.A. 


Andrew J. Williamson,16 Feb. 47 




Bvt 2 it 4 inf.l July, 


Va. 


M.A. 


John C. McFerran, 22 Oct. 




Bvt 2 It 1 July, 43 


Ky. 


M.A. 


John Trevitt, 1 Dec. 




Bvt21t2inf.l July,44 


N. H. 


M.A. 


Henry B. Schvoeder, 4 Dec. 


Bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 


Bvt 2 It 1 July, 


Md. 


M.A. 


Second Lieutenants. 










James N. Ward, 21 Sept. 46 


1 It. bvt. 18 Apr. 47. 


Bvt. 6 inf. 1 Jul5', 45 


Ky. 


M.A. 


Barnard E. Bee, 21 Sept. 


Capt. bvt. 13 Sept 
Adj't, 25 July, 48. 


Bvt 1 July, 


8. C. 


M.A. 


Henry B. Clitz, 21 Sept. 


I It. bvt. 18 Apr. 47. 


Bvt 7 inf. 1 July, 


N.Y. 


M.A. 


William H. Wood, 21 Sept. 


Bvt. 1 July, 45. 


Bvt 7 inf. I July, 


Mass. 


M.A. 


John D. Wilkins, 31 Dec. 


1 It. bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 


Bvt 4 inf. 1 July, 46 


N.Y. 


M.A. 


Joseph N. G. Whistler, 7 Jan. 47 


1 it. bvt. 20 Aug. 


Bvt 8 inf. 1 July, 


Wis. 


M. i. 


Andrew Jackson, 30 Dec. 




2 It 30 Dec. 47 


Va. 


Va. 


Charles B. Brower, 30 Dec. 




2 It 30 Dec. 


N. V. 


N.Y. 


l.awrenceW.O'Bannon,3Mar. 48 




3 Mar. 48 


s. c. 


S. C. 


Duff C. Green, ^ May, 50 


Bvt. 1 July, 49. 


Bvt. 5 inf. 1 July, 49 


D. C. 


M.A. 


Louis H. Marshall, 1 July, 49 
John W. AUey, 1 July, 50 


Bvt. 


Bvt. 1 July, 


Va. 


M.A. 


Bvt. 


Bvt. 1 July, 50 


Me. 


M.A. 


J. E. Maxwell, 1 July, 


Bvt 


Bvt. 1 July, 


Ga. 


M.A. 


Frederick M. Follett, 1 July, 


Bvt. 


Bvt 1 July, 


N.Y. 


M.A. 



22 



FOURTH REGIMENT OP INFANTRY. 



NAME. 



Rank in the 





Reg't. 


Army. 


Colonel. 






William Whistier, 


15 July, 45 




Lieutenant Colonel. 




Benj. L. E. Bonneville 


, 7 May, 49 


Bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 


Majors. 






Francis Lee, 


16 Feb. 47 


Col. bvt. 8 Sept. 47. 


Oeorge Wright, 


IJan. 48 


Col. bvt. 8 Sept. 


Captains. 






Robert C. Buchanan, 


1 Nov. 38 


L.C.bvt. 8 Sept. 47. 


Charles H. Larnard, 


25 Feb. 41 


M. bvt. 9 May, 46. 


Bradford R. Alden, 


14 June,42 




William W. 83. BUss, 


12 July, 46 


L.C.bvt.23 Feb. 47,a.a.g. 


Benjamin Alvord, 


9 Sept. 


M. bvt.l5 Aug. 


Henry L. Scott, 


16 Feb. 47 


L.C.bvt.l3 Sept. a.d.c. 


Henry Prince, 


26 Sept. 


M. bvt. 8 Sept. 


John H. Gore, 


26 Dec. 


Bvt. 20 Aug. 


Granville O. Haller, 


IJan. 48 


M. bvt.l3 Sept. 


Henry D. Wallen, 


31Jan. 50 





2 It. 1 inf. 



Date of first appoint- 
ment of continuous 
service. 




8 June,01 



Md. 



.SS 

< 



N. W. 
Ter. 



Bvt.21t.L.art.llDec. 15 



2 It. 7 inf. 
2 It. 3 inf. 



1 July, 22 
1 July, 



First Lieutenants. 

Christopher C. Augur, 16 Feb. 47 
Ulysses S. Grant, 16 Sept. 

Henry M. Judah, 26 Sept. 

Abram B. Lincoln, 24 Nov. 
Thomas J.Montgomery,26 Dec. 
David A. Russell, 1 Jan. 48 

De Lancey Floyd-Jones,l Jan. 
Maurice Maloney, 6 May, 

Thomas R. McConnell, 8 Oct. 



Edmund Russell, 



31 Jan. 50 



Second Lieutenants. 

Lewis C. Hunt, 13 Sept. 47 

James M. Henry ,t 18 June,46 
William H. Scott,t 9 Apr. 47 

Edmund Underwood, 3 Mar. 48 
Joseph B. Collins, 29 Mar. 
John C Bonneycasde, 27 June, 
Hyram Dryer, 31 July, 

Benjamin D. Forsytiie, 8 Oct. 
William A. Slaughter, 6 Nov. 
John Withers, 31 Jan. 50 

Francis H. Bates, 1 July, 

Elisha G. Marshall, 1 July, 
Austin L. Colcord, 1 July, 
Robert Macfeely, 1 July, 



R. qm. 1 Apr. 47. 
Capt.bvt.l3Sept. 
Bvt. 8 Sept. 

Bvt. 15 Aug. 47. 
Bvt. 8 Sept. 
Capt.bvt.l3Sept. 
Bvt. 8 Sept. 

Adjt. 7 May, 50. 
Bvt. 8 Sept. 47. 



Bvt. 
Bvt. 
1 It bvt. 



1 July, 47. 

1 July, 44. 

20 Aug. 47. 



Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 



28 June, 48. 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 49. 



Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
2 It. 
2 It. 
Bvt. 



It. 
It. 
It. 
It. 
It. 
It. 
It. 



2 It. 



1 July, 30 
1 July, 31 
1 July, 
1 July, 33 
1 July, 
1 July, 

18 Sept. 35 
1 Aug. 38 

17 Nov. 39 
3 inf. 1 July, 40 



Bvt. 2 It. 
Bvt. 2 It. 
Bvt. 2 It. 
Bvt. 2 It. 
Bvt. 2 It. 
Bvt. 2 It. 
Bvt. 2 It. 
2 It. 
Bvt. 2 It 



1 July, 43 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 45 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 46 



2 inf. 

8 inf. 
linf. 
8 inf. 
linf. 
7 inf. 

27 Nov. 

3 inf. IJuly, 



Bvt. 2 It 6 inf. 1 July, 



Bvt 3 inf. 
Bvt. 7 inf. 
11 inf. 



Bvt 
Bvt 
Bvt. 
Bvt 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt. 



inf. 
inf. 
inf. 



1 July, 47 
1 July, 44 
9 Apr. 47 
3 Mar. 48 
29 Mar. 

27 June, 

28 June, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 49 
1 July, 50 
IJuJy, 

1 July, 
1 July, 



Fr'nce 



M. A. 



Fa. 
Vt 



Md. 

R. I. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

Vt. 

N. C. 

Me. 

Md. 

Pa. 

Ga. 



N.Y. 

Ohio. 

Md. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Irel. 

Ga. 

Pa. 



Wis. 

Ky. 

Va. 

Pa. 

D. C. 

Va. 

N.Y. 

Ky. 

Ky. 

Tenn. 

Md. 

N. Y. 

Mass. 

Pa. 



M.A. 
M.A. 



M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

Md. 

Pa. 

M.A. 



M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
Army. 
M.A. 

M.A. 



M.A. 

M.A. 

Miss. 

Pa. 

D. C. 

Va. 

Army. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

IM.A. 

M.A.' 

IM.A. 



FIFTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 



23 



NAME. 


Rank in the 

A 


1 

Date of first appoint- 
ment of continuous 
service. 


• 

.3 

S 

o 
PQ 


ointed 
om. 




Regt. 


Army. 


< 


Colonel. 






■ 






George M. Brooke, 


15 July, 31 


M. G. bvt.30 May,48. 


lit 3 May, 08 


Va. 


ya. 


Lieutenant Colonel, 










William G. Belknap, 


26 Sept. 47 


B.G.bvt.23Feb. 47. 


3 It 23 inf. 5 Apr. IS 


N. Y. 


N. Y. 


Majors. 












DLzon S. Miles, 


16 Feb. 47 


L. C. bvt.23 Sept 46. 


Bvt. 2 It 4 inf. IJuly, 24 


Md. 


M.A. 


John J. Abercrombie, 


8 Sept. 


L. C. bvt23 Sept 


Bvt. 2 It 1 inf. 1 July, 22 


Tenn.M.A. 


Captains. 






\ 






Isaac Lynde, 


IJan. 39 




Bvt 2 It inf. 1 July, 27 


vt !m. a. 


Caleb C. Sibley, 


23 Sept 40 




Bvt 2 It IJuly, 29 


Mass. M. A. 


William Chapman, 


8 June,45 L. C. bvt. 8 Sept47. 


Bvt 2 It IJuly, 31 


Md. M. A. 


Randolph B. Marcy, 


18 May, 46 




Bvt. 2 It IJuly, 32 


Mass. ;M. A. 


Daniel Ruggles, 


18 June, 


L. C. bvtl3 Sept 47. 


Bvt 2 It IJuly, 33 


Mass. M. A. 


Carter L. Stevenson, 


30 June,47 




2 It IJuly, 38 


Va. !m. a. 


Nathan B. Rossell, 


8 Sept. 


M. bvt. 8Sept47. 


2 It 1 Aug. 


N.J. N.J. 


John A. Wliitall, 


11 Sept. 


Bvt 9 May ,46. 


2 It 1 Aug. 


D. C. 


D. C. 


Sterne H. Fowler, 


9 Dec. 


Bvt 20 Aug. 47. 


2 It. 12 Nov. 


Conn. 


Conn, 


John C. Robinson, 


12 Aug. 50 




2 It 27 Oct 39 


N. Y. 


N. Y. 


First Lieutenants. 










Pinkney Lugenbeel, 


29 Juiie,46 


M. bvtl3 Sept47. 
Adj't, 1 Feb. 


Bvt 2 It IJuly, 40 


Ohio. 


M.A. 


Joseph L. Folsom, 


29 June, 


Capt 10 Sept46,a,qm. 


Bvt. 2 It 8 inf. IJuly, 


N. H. 


M.A. 


Charles S. Hamilton, 


30 June,47 


Capt bvt.20 Aug.47. 


Bvt. 2 It 2 inf. IJuly, 43 


N. Y. 


M. A. 


Henry R. Selden, 


8 Sept. 




Bvt. 2 It 1 inf. IJuly, 


Vt 


M.A. 


Frederick T. Dent, 


11 Sept. 


Capt. bvt 8 Sept47. 


Bvt. 2 It 6 inf. IJuly, 


Mo. 


M.A. 


Patrick A. Farrelly, 


9 Dec. 


Bvt 20 Aug.47. 


Bvt 2 It 4 inf. IJuly, 45 


Pa. 


M.A. 


Frederick Myers, 


7 Oct. 48: 


Bvt21t IJuly, 46 


Conn. M. A. 


Clinton W. Lear, 


30 Apr. 49 


Bvt. 15 Aug,47. 


2 It 3 Mar. 47 


Ala. Ala. 


Thomas H. Neill, 


31 July, 50 




Bvt 2 It 4 inf. IJuly, 


Pa.. 


M.A. 


William W. Bums, 


12 Aug. 




Bvt 2 It 3 inf. IJuly, 


Ohio. 


M.A. 


Second Lietttenants. 










Edward F. Abbott, 


8 Sept. 47 


Bvt IJuly, 47. 


Bvt 6 inf. IJuly, 47 


Ohio. 


M.A. 


Augustus H. Seward, 


13 Sept. 


Bvt IJuly, 


Bvt. 8 inf. 1 July, 


N. Y. IM.A. 


John Neilly, 


3 Mar. 48 




2 It 3 Mar. 48 


Irel. 


N. Y. 


Benjamin Wingate, 


14 June, 




2 It 14 June, 


Ind. 


Army, 


Joseph Updegraff, 


7 Oct. 


Bvt. 28 June, 48. 


Bvt 28 June, 


Va. 


Army. 


Samuel Archer, 


30 Jan. 49 


Bvt 28 June, 


Bvt. 28 June, 


Ohio. 


M. A. 


William N. R. Beall, 


30 Apr. Bvt. 1 July,' 


Bvt. 4 inf. 1 July, 


Ky. ,M. A. 


William H. Lewis, 


7 Oct. Bvt. 1 July,49. 


Bvt. 4 inf. 1 July, 49 Ala. |M. A. 


Thomas C. English, 


31 July, 50 Bvt. 1 July, 


Bvt 1 July, Pa. 


M.A. 


Joseph H. Mc Arthur, 


12 Aug. 


Bvt. 1 July, 


Bvt 2 inf. 1 July, 


Mo. 


M.A. 


Henry C. Bankhead, 


1 July, 


Bvt. 


Bvt IJuly, 50 


Md. 


M.A. 


Robert G. Cole, 


IJuly, 


Bvt 


Bvt. 1 July, 


Va. M. A. 


Donald C. Stith, 


IJuly, 


Bvt 


Bvt. 1 July, 


Turkey, 


M. A. 



or IKFANTBY. 



Gdslaviu LooiDia, 



JuIiuBj.U.Kipgibury 


7M»j,4S 


evu SOAug.«. 


Cpiain,. 






WUiUm Hoffman, 




L.C.biL.saept.lT. 


All.em.r]e Cady, 


TJuly) 




Thoin»HL.Al™nd« 


7 July. 


m: bJliWAX 


Willlaui a. KMcliata 


lOFeL. 42 




SiinucJ Woodg. 


a' Feb. 13 


M. bvtI3SepL47. 


John e. 8. Todd, 


MNov. 




WUiiHn. H.T.Walkei 


,7 Nov. 45 


L.C.bTL 8Sepl.47. 


JH^.eB MDIIIOB,jr., 


» May, 46 





Langdan C. Eutoa, 33 
'i'hninas Hendiicluon, 3 



3 U. I Inf. 19 Dec. Si 



1 July, 37 jii 
J Jafy; 



U. bvL esepl.47. 
CapUin.13Seix.47. 



Balph W. Kiikham, 87 Fi 

Genrce W. Ley, S9 N< 

Chail'B T.Baker, MM 

Siiann B. Backner, RU 

WinHeld S. Uaucock, 18 Ji 



John L. Tobbs, 
Jmeph L. Tldball, 
WiLriBm P. CaiUn 
Alden aaneiii) 



1 July, 49 Pi 

1 July! 
I July, 



SEVENTH REGIMENT OP INFANTRY. 



25 



NAME. 



Rank in the 
Regt. Army. 



Ck)lonel. 
Matthew Arbuckle, 16 Mar. 20 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Joseph Flympton, 9 Sept. 46 



Major*. 

Henry Bainbridge, 
George Andrews, 



16 Feb. 47 
14 Aug. 48 



<Oabriel J. Rains, 25 Dec. 

Theophilus H. Holmes, 9 Dec. 
Richard H. Ross, 26 Nov. 

Daniel P. Whiting, 18 Apr. 
Richard C. Gatlin, 30 Sept. 
Gabriel R. Paul, 19 Apr. 

Seneca G. Simmons, 16 Feb. 
John C. Henshaw, 3 Mar. 
Henry Little, 20 Aug. 

Charles H. Humber, 16 July, 

First Lieutenants. 



37 
38 
41 
45 

46 

47 



50 



Robert S. Garnett, 18 Aug. 46 

Francis N. Page, 22 Aug. 

Napoleon J. T. Dana, 16 Feb. 47 

Lafayette McLaws, 16 Fob. 

Samuel B. Hayman, 16 Feb. 

Earl Van Dorn, 3 Mar. 

John M. Jones, 20 Aug. 

Franklin Gardner, 13 Sept. 

Joseph H. Potter, 30 Oct. 

Wm. K. Van Bokkelen,16 July, 50 

Second Lieutenants. 

Edmund K. Smith, 22 Aug. 46 
Matthew R. Ste venson,16 Feb. 47 
William H. Tyler, 16 Feb. 
Cadmus M. Wilcox, 16 Feb. 
Thomas Henry, 20 May, 

Henry M. Black, 20 Aug. 

Peter W. L. Plympton,l3 Sept. 
Robert R. Garland, 30 Dec. 
Anthony S. Sutton, 17 Sept 49 
Alfred Gumming, 16 July, 50 

Nicholas B. Pearce, 1 July, 
WiUiam L. Cabell, 1 July, 



B. G. bvt. 16 Mar. 30. 



Col. bvt. 18 Apr. 47. 



L. C. bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 
Bvt. 25 Dec. 37. 



M. bvt. 28 Apr. 40. 
M. bvt. 23 Sept. 46. 
L. C. bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 
M. ■ - * 

M. 
M. 



M. 

Bvt. 

Bvt. 



bvt. 18 Apr. 
bvt. 23 Sept. 46. 
bvt. 13 Sept. 47. 

bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 

23 Sept. 46. 

18 Apr. 47. 



Capt. bvt. 
Bvt. 



lit. 

lit. 

lit. 

Bvt. 

R. qm. 

Bvt. 

Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt 
Bvt 



bvt. 
bvt. 
bvt. 



20 Aug. 47. 

1 July, 46. 
20 Aug. 47. 
13 Sept 
20 Aug. 

1 July, 

10 Sept 50. 
1 July, 

28 June,48. 
1 July, 49. 



Date of first appoint- 
ment of continuous 
service. 




Ensign 3 inf. 3 Mar. 99 



Va. 



2 It 4 inf. 3 Jam. 12 Mass. 



Bvt. 2 It 3inf.l July, 21 N. Y. 
2 It. 6 inf. 1 July, 23 D. C. 



M. bvt. 23 Feb. 47. 

M. bvt 20 Aug. 8. a.g. 

Bvt. 18 Apr. a. qm. 

M. bvt. 20 Aug. 47. 

Capt bvt. 18 Apr. 47, 
Adj't, 14 July, 
Bvt. 23 Sept. 46. 

Bvt. 20 Aug 47. 



Bvt. 2 It inf. 
Bvt 2 It 
Bvt. 2 It 
Bvt 2 It 
Bvt 2 It 
Bvt 2 It 
Bvt. 2 It 
2 It 

2 It 5 inf. 
2 It 



1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 Julv, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
1 July, 
IJuly, 



27 
29 
30 
32 

34 

39 

40 



Bvt 2 It 4 artl July, 41 
Bvt 2 It 1 July, 
2 It 1 July, 42 

Bvt 2 It 6 inf.l July, 
Bvt 2 It 1 inf. 1 July, 
Bvt 2 It 1 July, 
Bvt 2 It 5inf.l July, 41 
Bvt 2 It 1 July, 43 

Bvt. 21tl inf.l July, 
Bvt 2 It 1 July, 



Bvt. 
Bvt. 
Bvt 
Bvt. 

Bvt. 

Bvt. 



5 inf.l July, 45 
1 inf.l July, 46 
5 inf 1 July, 
4 inf.l July, 

20 May, 47 
4 inf.l July, 



Bvt. 

Bvt 8 inf. 
Bvt 
Bvt. 



1 July, 
30 Dec. 
28 June,48 

1 July, 49 

1 July, 50 

1 July, 



N. C. 
N. C. 
Md. 
N. Y. 
N. C. 
Mo. 
Vt 
N. Y. 
Md. 
Mass. 



Va. 

Va. 

Me. 

Ga. 

Pa. 

Miss. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

N. H. 
N. Y. 



Fla. 
N. Y. 
Va. 
N. C. 
N. Y. 
Pa. 

Mo. 
Va. 

N. Y. 
Ga. 
Ky. 
Va. 



S . 
.5 5 

< 



Va. 



Mass. 



M. A. 
M. A. 



M. A. 
M. A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 
M. A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
N. Y. 
Md. 
M.A'. 



M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 
M.A. 

M.A. 
M.A. 



M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

Army. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

Mo. 

Army. 

M.A. 

M.A. 

M.A/ 



\- 



U HEOIMGNT OF INFANTBY. 



Colonel. 
nGarlaod, 7H»y,i^B.€ 

Liadnmt Coltntl. 
)iau StBDiford, 39 Jiine.ialCal. I 






FirtlLi 



Cliaries 



Sept. 4a 
Feb. 47 



Ls[ay«ne B. Wood, 

Alfred Crozel, t- ^•-. 

Chailas O. Merclisnl, 3 Aug. 

TbiHPuG. Piuter, ' SSiaae, 









antJ. D«dge, 
Du K. Jarksor 
iein T. Mechli 

Sf Cogswell,'' 



I. an Aug. n. 

\. 933e[a.46. 



4!i'Capt bit. SO Aug. 



Boaignllinria Ocl. 



' 5 inf. 8 Ocl.' , 
i.aii.Sinf.iJu]y,M 



BvtaiL7iD£l, 



t.9lt.51iif. 1 Jul)-, 






LINEAL RANK 6f DRAGOON OFFICERS. 



27 



1 


Name, rank, and date of 


commission. 




• 

a 

h 

S 
o 
O 


Regiment. 


Remarks. 




ColoneU. 












1 


William S. Harney, 


30 June, 


1846 




2d dragoons. 




2 


Thomad T. Fatmileroy, . 


25 July, 


50 




1st dragoons. 






Lieutenant Colonels. 










1 


Edwin V. Sumner, 


13 July, 


1848 




1st dragoons. 




2 


Nathan Boone, 

Majors. 


25 July, 


50 




2d dragoons. 


«. 


1 


Philip St George Cooke, 


16 Feb. 


1847 




2d dragoons. 




2 


Benjamin L. Beall, 


16 Feb. 






1st dragoons. 




3 


Marshall S. Howe, 


13 July, 


48 




2d dragoons. 




4 


George A. H. Blake, 

Captains. 


25 July, 


50 




Ist dragoons. 




1 


Croghan Ker, 


8 March, 


1840 


K 


2d dragoons. 




2 


Enoch Steen, 


31 Dec. 




H 


Ist dragoons. 




3 


Charles A. May, 


2 Feb. 


41 


E 


2d dragoons. 




4 


Lawrence P. Graham, 


31 Aug. 


43 


D 


2d dragoons. 




5 


William J. Hardee, 


13 Sept. 


44 


c 


2d dragoons. 




6 


Hamilton W. Merrill, 


31 Marchj 


> 45 


B 


2d dragoons. 




7 


Philip R. Thompson, 


30 June, 


46 


P 


1st dragoons. 




8 


William N. Gner, 


23 Aug. 




I 


Ist dragoons. 




9 


Philip Kearny, 


6 Dec. 




A 


1st dragoons. 




10 


Robert H. Chilton, 


6 Dec. 




B 


Ist dragoons. 




11 


Henry H. Sibley, 


16 Feb. 


47 


I 


2d dragoons. 




12 


Andrew J. Smith, 


16 Feb. 




c 


1st dragoons. 




13 


James H. Carleton, 


16 Feb. 




K 


1st dragoons. 




14 


Edward H. Fitzgerald, 


5 Aug. 




E 


1st dragoAns. 




15 


Ripley A. Arnold, * 


18 Aug. 




P 


2d dragoons. 




16 


Washington I. Newton, 


13 July, 


48 


O 


' 2d dragj^ns. 




17 


Lucius B. Northrop. 


21 July, 




D 


1st dragoons. 




18 


WilUam H. Saunders, 


25 April, 


49 


H 


2d dragoons. 




19 


Richard S. Ewell, 


4 Aug. 




6 


1st dragoons. 




20 


Fowler Hamilton, 


25 July, 


50 


A 


2d dragoons. 





LINEAL RANK OP ARTILLERY OFFICERS. 



1 
2 
3 
4 



1 
2 
3 
4 



1 
2 

3 

4 
5 
6 

7 
8 



James Bankhead, 
John B. Walbach, 
Ichabod B. Crane, 
William Gates, 



Colonels. 



16 Sept. 1838 
19 March, 42 
27 June, 43 
13 Oct 45 



Lieutenant Colonels. 
Matthew M. Payne, 27 June, 

Francis S. Belton, 13 Oct 

John Erving, 18 Aug. 

Levi Whiting, 1 April, 



John L. Gardner, 
John Munroe, 
Thomas Childs, 
Patrick H. Gait, 
John M. Washington, 
Giles Porter, 
Charles S. Merchant, 
Justin Dimick, 



Majors. 



13 Oct 
18 Aug. 
16 Feb. 
16 Feb. 
16 Feb. 
16 Feb. 

14 Feb. 
1 April, 



1843 
45 
46 
50 



1845 
46 

47 



49 
50 



2d artillery. 
4th artillery. 
Ist artillery. 
3d artillery. 



4th artillery. 
3d artillery. 
2d artillery. 
1st artillery. 



4th artillery. 
2d artillery. 
Ist artillery. 
2d artillery. 
3d artillrry. 
4th artillery. 
3d artillery. 
1st artillery. 



' 



28 



LINEAL RANK OF ARTILLERY OFFICERS. 



c 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 



Name, rank, and date of commissioD. 



Captains. 



Harvey Brown, 
Samuel Cooper, 
Lucian B. Weteter, 
Allen Lowd, 
William VV. Morris* 
Georgo Naunian, 
eharles F. Smithy 
Francis Taylor, 
Martin Burke, 
John B. iSeott, 
Robert Anderson^ 
Erasmus D. Keyes, 
Ht.'nry Swartwout, 
John H. Winder, 
Miner Knowlton, 
Thomas W. Shermao, 
John B. Magruder, 
Franklin E. Hunt, 
Horace Brooks, 
Henry L. Kendrick,. 
Braxton Bra^g, 
Samuel C. Ridgely, 
George Taylor, 
Roland A. Luther, 
John F. Roland, 
John S. Hatheway^ 
Edward J. Steptoe, » 
Francis O. Wyse, 
William Austine, » 
Israel Vogdes, 
William G. Freeman, 
Henry S. Burton, 
Lewis 6. Arnold, 
Francis Woodbridge, 
Bennett H. Hill, 
Henry C. Pratt, 
Joseph Roberts, 
William H. French, 
William H. Fowler, 
John Sedgwick, 
Arnold Elzey, 
Henry B. Judd, 
John W. Phelps, 
Isaac S. K. Reeves,^ 
Edward O. C. Ord, 
Thomas Williams, 
John C. Pemberton, 
Charles F. Wooster. 



10 April, 

11 June, 
30 Sept. 
30 Nov.' 

17 Dec. 
4 Feb. 
7 Julv, 
7 July, 
IDec. 

25 June, 
23 Oct. 

30 Nov. 

31 Jan. 
7 Oct. 

21 Apra, 

28 May, 

18 June, 
18 June, 
18 June, 
18 June, 
18 June, 
16 Feb. 
16 Feb. 

3 March, 
3 March, 
3 March, 
3 March, 
3 March, 
13 Aug. 

20 Aug. 

13 Sept. 

22 Sept. 
27 Oct 

6 Dec. 

12 Jan. 

21 April, 
20 Aug. 

22 Sept. 

29 Oct. 

26 Jan. 

14 Feb. 

13 Feb. 
31 March, 

1 April, 

7 Sept. 
12 Sept. 
16 Sept. 

27 Sept. 



1835 
36 



37 

38 



41 



42 
46 



47 



48 



49 
50 



es 

S 

o 



H 

A 

C 

L 

E 

F 

K 

K 

I 

I 

G 

M 

H 

G 

B 

E 

I 

G 

D 

B 

C 

C 

A 

I 

M 

L 

H 

D 

L 

A 

K 

P 

C 

F 

M 

G 

D 

E 

H 

A 

E 

K 

B 

D 

B 

L 

F 

M 



Regiment. 



4th artillery. 
4th artillery. 
1st artillery. 
2d artillery. 
4th artillery. 
1st artillery. 
2d artillery. 
1st artillery. 
3d artillery. 
4th artillery. 
3d artillery. 
3d artillery. 
2d artillery. 
1st artillery. 
1st artillery. 
3d artillery. 
1st artillery. 
4th artillery. 
2d artillery. 
2d artillery. 
3d artillery. 
4th artillery. 
3d artillery. 
2d artillery. 
2d artillery. 
1st artillery. 
3d artillery. 
3d artillery. 
3d artillery. 
1st artillery. 
4th artillery. 
3d artillery. 
2d artillery. 
2d artillery. 
1st artillery. 
2d artillery. 
4th artillery. 
1st artillery. 
1st artillery. 
2d artillery. 
2d artillery. 
3d artillery. 
4th artillery. 
1st artillery. 
3d artillery. 
4th artillery. 
4th artillery. 
4tb artillery. 



Remarks. 



A. A. G. 



A. A.GL 



LINEAL RANK OF INFANTRY OFFICERS. 



29 




Colonels. 



Hugh Brady, 
Matthew Arbuckle, 
George M. Brooke, 
James B. Many, 
WilUam WhisUer, 
Newman S. Clarke, 
John Garland, 
Bennet Riley, 



6 July, 1812 
16 March, 20 
15 July, 31 
21 July, 34 
15 July, 45 
29 June, 46 

7 May, 49 
31 Jan. 50 



Lieutenant Ck>lonels. 



Gustavus Loomis, 
Ethan A. Hitchcock, 
Henry Wilson, 
Thomas Stanitbrd, 
Joseph Plympton, 
William G. Belknap, 
Benjamin L. £. Bonneville, 
William R. Jouett, 

Majors. 
Edgar S. Hawkins, 
Thomas P. Gwynne, 
Francis Lee, 
Dixon S. Miles, 
Henry Bainbridge, 
Carlos A. Waite, 
Washington Seawell, 
John J. Abercrombie, 
Pitcaim Morrison, 
George Wright, 
Thompson Morris, 
Albert S. Miller, 
George Andrews, 
Julius J. B. Kin^bury, 
Gouvemeur Morris, 
Electus Backus, 

Captains. 
Gabriel J. Rains, 
William Hoffman, 
Joseph R. Smith, 
Edmund B. Alexander, 
Hannibal Day, 
Joseph H. LaMotte, 
William R. Montgomery, 
Richard B. Screven, 
Albermarle Cady, 
Thomas L. Alexander, 
Robert C. Buchanan, 
Samuel P. Heintzelman, 
Theophilus H. Holmes, 
Isaac Lynde, 
Silas Casey, 
Sidney Burbank, 
Setli Eastman, 
Nathaniel C. Macne, 
Caleb C. Sibley, 
JefTerson Van Home, 



22 Sept. 1840 

31 Jan. 42 
14 June, 

29 June, 46 

9 Sept. 

26 Sept. 47 

7 May, 49 

31 Jan. 50 



16 Feb. 

16 Feb. 

16 Feb. 

16 Feb. 

16 Feb. 

16 Feb. 
3 March, 
8 Sept. 

26 Sept. 
1 Jan. 

12 Jan. 

15 March, 

14 Aug. 
7 May, 
31 Jan. 
10 June, 



1847 



48 



49 
50 



^ 25 Dec. 

• 1 Feb. 

26 Apr. 
7 July, 
7 July, 
7 July, 
7 July, 
7 July, 
7 July, 

7 July, 
INov. 
4 Nov. 
9 Dec. 
1 Jan. 
1 July, 

8 Nov. 
12 Nov. 
18 Dec. 
22 Sept. 

IDec. 



1837 
38 



39 



40 



A 

D 

B 

G 

F 

C 

1 

D 

H 

C 

B 

D 

C 

F 

C 

B 

D 

D 

E 

E 



Regiment. 



2d infantry. 
7th infantry. 
5th infantry. 
3d infantry. 
4th infantry. 
6th infantry. 
8th infantry. 
1st infantry. 



6th infantry. 
3d infandy. 
1st infantry. 
8th infantry. 
7th infantry. 
5th infantry. 
4th infantry. 
2d infantry. 



Ist infantry. 
6th infantrv. 
, 4th infantry. 
5th infantry. 
7th infantry. 
8th infantry. 
2d infantry. 
5th infantry. 
8th infantry. 
4th infantry. 
1st infantry. 
2d infantry. 
7th infantry. 
6th infantry.. 
3d infantry. 
3d infantry. 



7th infantry. 
6th infantiy. 
2d infantry. 
3d infantry. 
2d infantiy. 
1st infantry. 
8th infantry. 
8th infantry. 
6th infantry. 
6th infantry. 
4th infantry. 
2d infantry. 
7th infantry. 
5th infantry. 
2d infantry. 
1st infantry. 
1st infantiy. 
3d infantry. 
5th infantry. 
3d infantry. 



Remarks.. 



20 



UNBAL KANK OF INFANT&Y OFFICERS. 



o 



Kane, rank, and date of oaauniauon. 



s 

c 



1 



SI 

fa 

94 

23 
2l> 
27 
2d 
29 
30 
31 

33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
48 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

50 

60 

61 

&2 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 I 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 



Ciaxfes H. Laraaid, 
^Samuel M. Plammer, 
Ricliard U. Roas, 
Wiiliam S. Ketcbun, 
Bradford R. Aldea, 
Samuel Woods, 
JobD B. S. Todd, 
James V. Bomford, 
Daniel P. Wfaitms, 
William Chapman, 
Ricbaid C. Gadin. 
William H. T. WaDca 
Gabriel R. Paul, 
James Monroe, jr., 
Randolph B. Marej, 
W^iUiam 8. Henry, 
George W. Patten, 
Daniel Roggles,. 
Isaac V. D. Reeve, 
Cliaries 8. Lovell, 
Joseph H. Eaton, 
Lewis S. Craig, 
WUiiam W. 3. Blias, 
Larkin Smilii, 
Benjamin AlTwd, 
Jotm T. Spnigue, 
William H. Goidon, 
Daniel T. Chandler, 
John II. King, 
Seneca G. Simmons, 
Heniy L. ScoCt, 
Henry W. Wcsnella, 
Henr>' W. Wharton, 
John O. Henshaw, 
Carter L. Stevenaon, 
Henry Little, 
Robert S. Granger, 
Nathan B. RosseO, 
John A. Whitall, 
Henry Prince, 
Oliver L. Shepheid, 
William B. Johns, 
Sterne H. Fowler, 
John H. Ckire, 
Joseph Selden, 
Granville O. HaOer, 
Christopher 8. Lovell, 
Artliur T. Lee, 
Ddozier Davidson, 
Robert P. ^aclay, 
George C. Westeott, 
Jolin Beaidsley, 
William E. Prince, 
Henry D. Wallen, 
George W. Wallace, 
Benjamin H. Anhnr, 
Julius Hayden, 
Charles H. Homber, 
John C. RolHnMm, 
James N. CaldvreH, 



25 Feb. 
IMay, 

26 Nov. 
10 Feb. 

14 June, 

27 Feb. 

22 Nov. 
4Marvh, 

18 April, 

8 June, 

30 Sept 

7 Nov. 

19 April, 

9 May, 
18 May, 

15 May, 
18 June, 
18 June, 
18 June, 
18 June, 
18 June, 
18 June, 
12 July, 
21 July, 

9 Sept 
21 SepL 
21 SepC 
21SepC 

31 Oct. 

16 Feb. 
16 Feb. 
16 Feb. 
16 Feb. 

3 March, 

30 June, 

20 Aug. 

8 Sept 

6 Sept. 
llSepC 
26SepC 

IDec. 

4 Dec. 

9 Dec. 

26 Dec 
1 Jan. 
1 Jan. 

12 Jan. 

27 Jan. 
1 Jan. 

23 Jan. 

7 May, 

28 June, 

31 Aug. 
31 Jan. 
10 June, 
26 June, 
30 June, 
16 July, 
12 Aug. 
26 Oct. 



1841 



42 
43 



45 



46 



47 



48 



49 



50 



A 

H 

D 

G 

E 

£ 

A 

H 

K 

G 

F 

F 

I 

K 

D 

K 

K 

A 

B 

B 

F 

A 

F 

A 

K 

£ 

H 

I 

I 

H 

D 

G 

I 

G 

I 

E 

K 

K 

H 

G 

B 

C 

C 

C 

G 

f 

A 

C 

I 

F 

E 

K 

E 

H 

6 

F 

H 

B 

B 

A 



Regiment. 



Remarks. 



4th 

1st 

7th 

6th 

4th 

6th 

6th 

8th 

7tii 

5th 

7th 

6th 

7th 

6th 

5th 

3d 

2d 

5th 

8th 

6th 

3d 

3d 

4th 

8th 

4th 

8th 

3d 

3d 

1st 

7th 

4th 

2d 

6th 

7th 

5th 

7th 

1st 

5th 

5th 

4th 

3d 

3d 

5th 

4th 

8th 

4th 

2d 

8th 

2d 

8th 

2d 

8th 

1st 

4th 

1st 

1st 

2d 

7th 

5th 

Ist 



infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infauitry. 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry. 
infiuitr>'. 
infiintry. 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infiintry. 
infantry, 
infantry, 
in&ntry. 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
in&ntry. 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry, 
infantry. 



A. A. 6. 



t 



31 



AI.IST 



or THE ORA.DUA.TB8 OF THE HILITAlfcT ACADBMT ATTACHED I^O THE AftMT AS SOTIOrXirSKHAMT 
OFFICERS, WITH THE BREVET OF SKCOKD UKCTEXANT, IM COHrORMnT WITH THE FOOSTB 
SECTION OF THE ACT OF APRIL 29, 1812. 



No. 



Names. 



1846. 
Francis T. Bttrh, 
6«o^e H. Derby, 



1848. 
Andrew J. Donelsbn, 
'james C. Duane, 
51 Walter H. SleTens, 
6, Robert S. Williamsmi, 
7 Nathaniel Michler, jr., 
William £. Jones, 
Charles H. Ogle, 
N. G. Evsins, 
George H. Steoart, 
Gemge W. Rowland. 



8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



1849. 

13 Qoincy A. Gillmcnre, 
14|john G. Parke, 
15 Stephen 6. Ben^t, 
161 Charles W. Field, 
17 Darius D. Clark, 
IB: Loots H. Mar^all, 
]9[Samoel H. Reynolds, 

20 James McLntciah, 

1850. 

21 'Frederick E. Prime, 
23|GoaTemeiir K. Warren, 

23 Silas Ciispan, 

24 Oscar A. Mack, 

25 Hugh £. Dnngan, 

26 William T. Magradcr, 



Begiment 

or 

Corps. 



tf^. engineers, 
top. engineeis. 



engineers, 
engineers, 
engineers, 
top. eogineeis. 
top. enguieeis. 
M. riflemen. 
1st dragoons. 
1st dragoons. 
2d d^gocms. 
in. riflemen. 



engineers, 
top. enginecxs. 
ordnance. 
2d dragoons. 
2d infantry. 
3d infantry. 
1 1st infantry. 
1st infantry. 



No. 



engineeis. 
top. engineers, 
ordnance. 
3d artillery. 
|4th artillery. 
1 1st dragoons. 



Names. 



27 Adam J. Slemmer, 

28 Richard Arnold, 

29 James P. FleweOen, 

30 Lncios M. Walker, 

31 John A. Mebane, 
32,Armistead 1«. Long, 
33{ Robert RanscHn, jr. 
34 Eogene A. Carr, 
8^ William P. Carlin, 

36 Amos Beckwitfa, 

37 Charles 8. Winder, 
38{ Francis H. Bates, 

39 John P. Holiday, 

40 Ehsha G. Marshall, 

41 Nicholas B. Pearee, 
4^ William R. Calhoim, 
43^ Robert Johnston, 

441 Thomas Bingham, 

45 Austin L'. C^cord, 

46 Robert Macfeely, 
47] John W. Alley, 

48 William L. Cabell, 
491 James H. Wilson, 
Sti^ Henry C. Bankhead, 
oil Alden Sargent, 
^Robert G.Cole, 
5^ Joseph T. Haite, 
54, James 1.. Corley, 

55 J. £. Maxwell, 

56 Frederick M. FoDett, 

57 Donald C. Stith, 



Regiment 

or 

Corps. 



1st artillery, 
list aniUwry. 
^ artillery. 
;^ dragoons. 
1^ artillery. 
!^ artillery. 
,jl»t dragoooB. 
>M. riflemen. 
il6sh infantry. 
1st artillery. 
4th artillery. 
4th Infantry, 
ad dragoons. 
4th infantry. 
;;th infantiy. 
l:>t dragoons. 
'1st dragoons. 
2d dragoons. 
4th infantry. 
4tb infantry. 
{3d infantry. 
|7th infantry. 
llsit infautcy. 
j5th infantry. 
6th infantry. 
!5th infantry. 
1st iniantry. 
6th infantry. 
;3d inOintrj. 
,3d infantry. 
!J5th infantry. 



Cadets acting as snpemnmerary officers in the Array, in Tirtne of their Anesefs, will be soccea- 
siTely promoted toTacancies of the lowest grade which may first happen in the particular .#nH to 
which they may have been attached, accoiding to the oader of rank estaUi^ed at the Mihtaiy 
Academy. 



32 



RE-APPOINTMENTS. 



MEMORANDA. 



No. 



Rank and names. 



1 Colonel Brady, 

2 Colonel Stanton, 

3 CQlonel Totten, 

4 Lt. Colonel Boone, 

5 Major Crittenden, 

6 Captain Cram, 

7 Captain McClelland, 

8 Captain Winder, 

9 Captain Ruff, 

10 Captain Johnston, 

11 Captain B. S. Roberts. 

12 Captain T. J. Lee, 

13 Captain Humphreys, 

14 1st Lt. Emory, 

15 1st Lt. Sitgreaves, 

16 1st Lt. R. S. Smith, 
17{lst Lieut. Lansing, 
18|2d Lt. Meade, 

19 Asst. Surg. Eaton, 
Asst. Surg. Keeney, 
Asst. Surg. John Byrne, 



20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 



Dep. Pm. G'l Randall, 
Paymaster Townsend, 
Paymaster Denny, 
Paymaster Hunter, 
Paymaster Van Buren, 
Paymaster Ringgold, 
Paymaster Hutter, 
Paymaster Johnson, 



Original entry into 
service. 



Ensign inf. 
3 It. L. art. 
2 U. eng. 
Capt. rdn. 
Bvt. 2 It. 4 inf. 
Bvt. 2 U. 2 art. 
Bot. 2 It. 3 art. 
2 U. C. art. 
2 It. 1 drag. 
Bvt. 2 tt. 4 art. 
Bot. 2 U.ldrag. 



Resigned and out of 
service. 



Bvt. 2 U. 
Bvt. 2 It. 
Bvt. 2 U. 
Bvt. 2 U. 
Bot. 2 U. 
Bvt. 2 It. 
Bvt. 2 U. 
Surg.M. 
Asst. Surg. 
»As8t. Surg. 
Ji. d. pm. 

1 It. 9 inf. 

2 W. 5 inf. 
2 It. 5 irif. 
Bvt. 2 U. inf. 
Bot. 2 It. 6 inf. 



art. 

art. 

art. 

art. 

inf. 

art. 

art. 

3art.l4 

12 

21 

8 

6 

1 

1 

1 

1 



7 Mar. 92 Out of service. 

29 June,13 1 Dec. 17 

1 July, 05 31 Marchi 06 
27 Mar. 12 Out of service. 

1 July, 32 30 April, 33 

lJuly,26l6Sept. 36 
1 July, 19 Nov. 

1 July, 20 31 Aug. 23 

1 July, 38!31 Dec. 43 

1 July, 29 31 May, 37 

1 July, 35 28 Jan. 39 

1 July, 30'31 Aug. 36 

IJnly, 31,30 Sept. 36 
1 July, 130 Sept. 
1 July, 32 31 Aug. 
1 July, 34 19 Oct. 
1 July, 36 30 Sept. 
1 JiUy, 35 26 Oct. 

Apr. 12 12 Dec. 13 
July, 42 Disbanded,23 Sept.42 

Aug. 38|23 Dec. 46 
June,14 Disbanded, 1 June,15 

July, 12 Disbanded,25 Jan. 16 

July,.22|30 April, 39 



Second entry into 
service. 



July,, 
July, 27 



4 July, 
3 March, 



2 It. C. art. ' 28 
Bvt. 2 tt. 2 inf. 1 



July, 33|31 May, 
Jan. 20 22 June, 
July, 26 31 May, 



36 
37 

41 
34 



Col. 22 inf. 6 
A.D.Q,m. G.13 
2 It. eng. 23 
Capt. m. ran.l6 
Capt. rifle. 27 
Capt. t. eng. 7 
[Capt. t. eng. 7 
2 It. 1 art. 2 
Capt. rifle. 7 
1 It. t. eng. 7 
1 It. rifle. 27 
1 It. t. eng, 7 
1 It. t. eng.' 7 

1 It. t. eng. 7 

2 It. t. eng. 7 
|2 It. 7 inf. 31 
12 It. 2 art. 13 
2 It. t. eng. 19 
H. Surg. M. 15 
Asst. Surg. 19 
Asst. Surg. 2 
Paym. 1 inf. 21 
Bat. Fayra. 29 
Paymaster, 15 
Paymaster, 14 
Paymaster, 26 
Paymaster, 21 
Add. Paym. 10 
Paymaster, 31 



July, 12 
Feb. 18 
Feb. 08 
June,32 
May, 46 
July, 38 
July, 
Apr. 27 
July, 46 
July, 
May, 46 
July, 38 
July, 38 
July, 
July, 
Dec. 40 
Nov. 39 
May, 42 
Apr. 14 
Mar. 45 
Mar. 49 
July, 18 
Apr. 16 
Oct 41 
Mar. 42 
June,;46 
July, 47 
May, 48 
Oct. 49 



RESIGNATIONS AND OTHER CASUALTIES DURING THE YEAR 1850. 

Resignations J (20). 

Colonel William Davenport, First Infantry, January 31, 1850. 

Colonel George A. McCall, Inspector General, as Major 3d Infantry, (only,) June 10, 1850. 
Bvt Major Marsena R. Patrick, Captain 2d Infantry, June 30, 1850. 
' Captain Forbes Britton, 7th Infantry, July 16, 1850. 
First Lieutenant Simon S. Fahnestock, 4th Artillery, April 30, 1850. 
First Lieutenant Charles L. Denman, Mounted Riflemen, November 30, 1850. 
First Lieutenant Francis Collins, 4th Artillery, December 11, 1850. 
First Lieutenant William Read, 5th Infantry, July 31, 1850. 
Second Lieut. John McL. Addison, Mounted Riflemen, November 30, 1850. 
Second Lieutenant John H. Heck, 3d Artillery, July 27, 1850. 
Bvt. Second Lieutenant Henry L. Brown, 3d Infantry, March 31, 1850. 
Second Lieutenant Robert M. Russell, 2d Infantry, August 31, 1850. 
Bvt. Second Lieut. Daniel McClure, Mounted Riflemen, November 30, 1850. 
Bvt. Second Lieutenant Washington C. Tevis, Mounted Riflemen, May 11, 1850. 
Bvt. Second Lieutenant Achilles Bowen, 2d Artillery, December 1, 1850. 
Bvt. Second Lieutenant John J. A. A. Mouton, 7th Infantry, September 16, 1850. 
Bvt. Second Lieutenant Zetus S. Searle, 8th Infantry, October 31, 1850. 
Assistant Surgeon Samuel L. B. Barbour, January 31, 1850. 

Assistant Surgeon Washington M. Ryer, 

Assistant Surgeon William H. Ballard, April 30, 1850. 



RESIGNATIONS AND OTHER CASUALTIES DURING THE YEAR 1850. 33 



Commissions vacated under the provisions of the 1th sedion of the »dct of June 18, 1846 (4.) 

Bvt. Major George W. F. Wood, Capt. Ist Infantry,* June 10, 1850, Assistant Q,uartemiaster. 
Captain Alexander E. Shiras,4tA Artillery,* Sept. 27, 1850, appointed Commissary of Subsistence. 
Captain Thomas L. Brent, Ath Artillery^* September 12, 1850, Assistant Quartern* aster. 
First Lieutenant Frederick H. Masten,l«t Infantry ,* June 10, 1850, Assistant Q,uartermastnr. 

Declined (2.) 

First Lieutenant Theophilus d*0r6mieulx, Ist Infantry, (promotion of Captain.) 
Thomas B. Thorpe, appointment of Military Storekeeper in the Ordnance Department. 

Deaths (20.) 

Bvt. Brig. General Richard B. Mason, Colonel 1st Dragoons, at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., July25, 1850, 
Bvt. Colonel ^neas Mackay, Lieutenant Colonel and Deputy Quartermaster General, at St. Louis, 

Jfo., May 23, 1850. 
Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin K. Pierce, 1st Artillery, at New York, N. T., April 1, 1850. 
Bvt. Lieutenant Colonel Richard D. A. Wade, Captaia^^ Artillery, at Fort Constitution, N. H., 

February 13, 1850. 
Bvt. Major John M. Scott, Captain Ist Infantry, at Frankfort, Ky., October 26, 1850. 
Bvt. Major William H. Shover, Captain 3d Artillery, at tVest Point, N. F., September?, 1850. 
Bvt. Major John P. J. O'Brien. Captain 4th Artillery, at Indianola, Texas, March 31, 1850. 
Bvt Major William P. Bainbridge, Captain 4th Artillery, at West Point, N. Y., Sept. 16, 1850. 
Bvt. Major John H. Miller, Captain 4th Artillery, at Cooksville, Pa., September 12, 1850. 
Captain John R. B. Gardenier, 1st Infantry, at Dardanelle Springs, Ark., June 26, 1850. 
Captain Spencer Norvell, 5th Infaiitry, at Saratoga, N. Y., August 12, 1850. 
First Lieutenant Lewis Neill, 2d Dragoons, at Fort Croghan, Texas, January 13, 1850. 
Bvt. First Lieutenant Edwin Howe, 2d Lt. 6th Infantry, at Fort Leavenworth, Mo., March 31, 1850, 
First Lieutenant Thomas B. J. Weld, 2d Artillery, at Fort Moultrie, S. C, September 10, 1850. 
Second Lieutenant John De Russy, 2d Artillery, at Fort Monroe, Va., July 8, 1850. 
Second Lieutenant Thomas J. Mason, 3d Infantry, near Socorro, New Mexico, May 22, 1850. 
fSecond Lieutenant Walter W. Hudson, Ist Infantry, at Fort Mcintosh, Texas, April 19, 1850. 
Bvt. Second Lieutenant Rufus A. Roys, Engineers, at Fort Kearny, Oregon Route, July 30, 1850. 
Second Lieutenant James M. Haynes, 1st Artillery, in the city of Mexico, September 16, 1850. 
Assistant Surgeon William E. Fullwood, at Macon, Ga., April 17, 1850. 

Dismissed (1.) 

Military Storekeeper David Butler, Ordnance Department, March 29, 1850. 

* Regimental commission (only) vacated. , 

f Of woiinds received April 7, 1850, in an affair with Indians, 



34 



MILITARY ACADEMY. 



MILITARY ACADEMY, WEST POINT, N. Y. 

Inspector. 
Bvt, Brig. General Joseph G. Totten, Engineers. 



Captain H. Brewerton, 
Dennis H. Malian, A. M. 
Bvt. Capt. G. W. Smith, 
2f1 Lieut. C. S. Stewart, 
William H. C. Bartlctt, L.L.D. 
1st Lieut. I. J. Reynolds, 
Bvt. 1st Lieut. W. B.Franklin, 
2d Lieut. M. CogswelJ, 
2d Lieut. W. P. ^owbridge, 
Albert E. Church, A. M. 
Lst Lieut. Samuel Jones, 
Bvt. Capt. H. F. Clarke, 
Bvt. Capt. E. K. Smith, 
2d Lieut. W. G. Peck, 
2d Lieut. J. C. Clark, 
2d Lieut. D. D. Perkins, 
Jacob W. Bailey, A. M. 
1st Lieut. F. N.* Clarke, 
Bvt. Capt. E. C. Boynton, 
Rev. W. T. Sprole, 
Bvt. Capt. H. Copp6e, 
1st Lieut. C. C. Gilbert, 
2d Lieut. B. Du Barry, 
Robert W. Weir, N. A. 
1st Lieut. R. S. Smith, 
Bvt. Capt. T. Seymour, 
Capt, Geo. W. Cullum, 
Capt. B. R. Alden, 
1st Lieut. J. M. Jones, 
2d Lieut. C. T. Baker, 
Bvt. 1st Lieut. H. B. Clitz, 
Bvt. 1st Lieut. D. H. Maury, 
Hyacinth R. Agnel, 
1st Lieut T. d'Oremieulx, 
1st Lieut. J. H. Grelaud, 
Bvt. Major G. H. Thomas, 
Bvt. Major Fitz-John Porter, 
lst Lieut. J. M. Hawes, 
Patrice de Janon, - - - 



Bvt. Capt. S. Williams, - 
2d Lieut. B. S. Alexander, - 
JohnM. Cuyler, M.D. - 
J. Simons, M. D. - 



^cadtmic Staff. 



Engineers, 



Superintendent and Commandant 



Professor 0/ Civil and MilUary Efngineering. 
2d Lt. Engmeers, } Assistant Professors. 

Engineers, ) , m-. i 

Professor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy. 

3d Artillery, ) „ ^ 

2dLt.Topograph'I Engin'rs, > Msistant Professors. 

8tli Infantry, ) ^, 

Engineers, On duty in Observatory. 

Professor of Mathematics. 
1st Artillery, 1 

1st Lieut. 2d Artillery, 1 

2d Lieut. 7th Infantry, I. ^sttistant Proprs of Math^matia. 

Topographical Engineers, j 
4lh Artillery, 1 

4th Artillery, ^ ) 

Professor of Chemistry t Mineralogy, and Geology. 

4tli Artillerj', I Assistant Professors. 

1st Lieut. 1st Artillery, ) 

Chaplain^ and Professor of Ethics. 



in Lieut. 1st Artillerj', 

1st Infantry, 

3d Artiller}', 

Professor of Drawing. 

4th Artillery, 

1st Lieut. 1st Artillery, 

Engineers, 



V Assistant Professors. 



i ,Assist(ini Professors. 

Instructorof Practical Engineering. 
4th"lnfantry, Comd^t of Cadets, ^ Instructor of Infantry Tactics. 
7th Infantry, 1 

6th infantr>', I 

2d Lieut. 3d Infantiy, f ' 

2d Lieut. M'nted Riflemen, J 
Professor of the French Language. 



.Assistant Instructors. 



1st Infantry, 

4th Artillery, 

1st Lieut. 3d Artillery^ 

lst Lieut. 4th Artillery, 

2d Dragoons, 



Military Staff. 

lst Lieut, lst Artillery, 
Engineers, 






^ Assistant Professors. 

Instructor of Artillery ^ Cavaky. 
Assistant Instructor of Artillery. 
Assistant Instructor of Cavalry. 
Instructor of the Sword Exercise. 



Adjutant. 
Treasurer. 
Surgeon. 
Assistant Surgeon,^ 



JfllLrTARY ACADEMY. 



35 



LIST OP DISITNGI'ISHED CADETS REPORTED AT THE EXAMINATION IN JUNE, 1850. 



No. 



Names. 



Appointed 
from. 



3 



First Class. 
Frederick E. Prime, 

Gouverneur K. Warren, 

Silas Crispin, 

Cuvier Grover, 

Powell T. Wyman, 

Second Class. 

George L. Andrews, 

James St. C. Morton, 

George T. Balch, 

William T. Weleker, 
James Thompson, 

Third Qlass. 



1 Thomas L. Casey, 
SGeorge W. Rose, 

3 Newton F. Alexander, 

4 Joseph C. Ives, 

5 Jerome N. Bonaparte, jr. 



Fourth Class. 



William P. Craighill, 
James B. MePherson, 
Joshua W. Sill, 
4'Francis J. Shunk, 
oiWalworth Jenkins, 



N. Y. 



N. Y. 



Pa. 



Me. 



Mass. 



Mass. 

Pa. 

Ohio. 

Tenn. 
N. Y. 



At large. 
N. Y. 

Tenn. 
Conn. 
Md. 



Va. 

Ohio. 
Ohio. 
At large. 
At large. 



Science and art in which each cadet particularly excels. 



Engineering, Ethics, Artillery, Infantry Tactics, Miner- 
alogy and Geology, Natural and Experimental Pliiioso* 
phy, Chemistry, Drawing, Mathematics, Frencli and 
English Studies. 

Engineering, Ethics, Artillery, Infantry Tactics, Miner- 
alogy and Geology, Natural and Experimental Philoso- 
phy, Chemistry, Drawing, Mathematics, French and 
English Studies. 

Engineering, <Ethics, Artillery, Mineralogy and Geology, 
Natural and Experimental Philosophy, Chemistry, 
Drawing, Mathematics and Englisli Studies. 

Engineering, P^thics, Artillery, Mineralogy and Geology, 
Natural and Experimental Piiilosophy, Chemistry, 
Drawing and Mathematics. 

Etliics, Artillery, Infantry Tactics, Mineralogy and Geol- 
ogy, Natural and Experimental Philosophy, Chemistry, 
Mathematics, French and English Studies. 



Natural and Experimental Philosophy, Chemistry and 

Drawing. 
Natural and Experimental Philosophy, Chemistry and 

Drawing. 
Natural and Experimental Philosophy, Chemistry and 

Drawing. 

Natural and Experimental Philosophy, and Chemistry. 
Natural and Experimental Philosophy. 



Mathematics, French and Drawing. 
Mathematics, French and Drawing. 
Mathematics and French. 
Mathematics, French and Drawing. 
Matliematics, French and Drawing. 



Mathematics, French and English Studies. 
Mathematics and EngUsh Studies. 
Mathematics, French and English Studies. 
Mathematics, French and English Studies. 
Mathematics, French and English Studies. 



OBGANIZATION OP TttE REGtTLAB 



t Ei^hl of the Asgislant Adjutants RenenI, one Judge AdvwBte, Uilrteea of the Assismnf ftuu- 
lendiisleTS, and three of the Commiseariea of Subaisleiice, holdinf; bIbo Rt^giiuenla] commiaEion!, 

officers from the columns of " total eommieaioned offic«R," (SSS)^!!"* " ag^egate " 1 10,334.) The too 



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37 





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ft 

80 
40 


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ft 
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28 
17 


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ft 
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17 


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1 


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10 


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43 


100 


143 


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53 

80 
40 


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36 


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36 


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12 
20 
10 


6 


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1,300 


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35 


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48 


4 


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96 


2,016 


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208 


2,600 


2,808 


8 


16 


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80 
192 


80 


8 


816 


320 


320 
642 


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160 


3,360 


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272 


4,192 


4,464 


19 


42 


;15 


J15 


186 


15 


15 


19 


6 695 


60 


258 


40 


96 


7,094 


505 


889 


9,445 


10,334 



{The Adjutants of artillery and infantry (12,) and all the Regimental duartermasters, (15,) being 
taken from the Subalterns, and accounted for in their several regiments as belonging to companies, 
are, to avoid counting them twice, excluded as regimental staff officers from the columns of " total 
commissioned officers," and " aggregate," of their respective regiments. 

§ By the Act of June 17, 1850, section 2d, the President is authorized, whenever the exigencies of 
the service require it, to increase to seifentyfour the number of privates in any company " serving 
at the several military posts on the western frontier, and at remote and distant stations." The 
number of privates in a company is not therefore fixed, but may vary between the minimum given 
in the table and seventy-four, at the discretion of the President. 



Principal or 
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commission- 
ed officers, 
musicians, 
and pri- 
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1 


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50 


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3 


615 
61 


65a 

64 


1 


2 


40 
4 


40 
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20 
2 


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20 
2 


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640 
64 


35 
3 


765 
76 


800 
76 




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48 
4 
4 


48 
4 
4 


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24 
2 
2 




24 
2 
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64 

42 


52 
4 
4 


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76 
54 


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80 
58 


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4 


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4 


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42 


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3 1 52 


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55 



ivJ» raliun- .ibrtnchborsc tnf of a pi 
;iApill la. Act April iM, vale Boldli 



imp, inaddiuoii lo pBy,&c.ofl.l. 
imp, in addiUoo to pay, Sic. of LI. 
itiml Gneral'i Cqiortmnil. 



Judge Advocate— M»iDr, - 



SshtMentt DtraiimaU. 
imniissaiyGen. ofSubKislcnce— Col. 

in audition lopaj-,«u;. of Lieulenanll J 



— Asa Surg. off^"ih«a llvo vcure' ttnict, 



l?!Mll|i!'! 

^1 I f 3 O S I =c I 



PAY OF THE ARMY. 39 



THE OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, ANNEXED TO THE ARJift REGISTER 
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF ACGCST 30, 1842. 



Dates of the acts of Congress establishing the present rates of pay, &c. 



Act Jan. 11, 1812, Sec. 6— March 30, 1814, Sec. 9— April 24, 1816, Sec. 9 & 12— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1.. 

Act Sept. 26. 1850, Sec. 2— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 

Act Jan. 11, 1812, Sec. 6— April 24, 1816, Sec. 9 & 12— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 

Act April 12, 1808, Sec. 4— March 30, 1814, Sec. 9— April 24, 1816, Sec. 9 & 12— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 

Act April 12, 1808, Sec. 6— April 24, 1816, Sec. 9 & 12— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 

Act March 3, 1813, Sec. 3— March 30, 1814, Sec. 9— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act March 3, 1847, Sec. 2— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 

Act March 3, 1813, Sec. 3— April 24, 1816, Sec. 9 & 13— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act July 5, 1838, Sec. 7— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 

Act March 2, 1849, Sec. 4— March 3, 1813, Sec. 3— April 24, 1816, Sec. 9 & 12— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 

Act April 14, 1818, Sec. 5— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 

Act Mar. 28, 1812, Sec. 2— Mar. 30, 1841, Sec. 9— Apr. 24, 1816, Sec. 9 & 12— Mar. 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act July 5, 1838, Sec. 9— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act July 5, 1838, Sec. 9— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act March 2, 1821, Sec. 7— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act July 5, 1838, Sec. 9^MJirch 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 

Act April 14, 1818, Sec. 6— July 5, 1838, Sec. 13— March 3, 1845, Sec. I. 

Act July 5, 1838, Sec. 11— March 3, 184$, Sec. 1. 

Act March 2, 1829, Sec. 2— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act July 5, 1838, Sec. 11— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 

Act March 2, 1821, Sec. 8— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 



Act April 24, 1816, Sec. 3. 

Act March 3, 1847, Sec. 12— March .3, 1845, Sec. 1. 

A<;t April 24, 1816, Sec. 3— July 5, 1838, Sec. 24— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1, 



Act April 14, 1818, Sec. 2. 

Act June 30, 1834, Sec. 2 & 3— July 5, 1838, Sec. 24— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act June 30, 1834, Sec. 2— July 5, 1838, Sec. 24— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act June 30, 1834, Sec. 2 & 3— July 5, 1838, Sec. 24— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act June 30, 1834, Sec, 2— July 5, 1838, Sec. 24— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act June 30, 1834, Sec. 2— July 5, 1838, Sec. 24— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 



40 



PAY OF THE ARMY. 



Rank and classification of officers. 



Officers of the Corps of Engineers — 
Corps of Topographical JSlngineera — 
Ordnance Department. 

Colonel, ------. 

Lieutenant Colonel, - - - - . 

Major, _--.-_. 
Captain, ------- 

Firht Lieutenant, - - ^ - . 
Second Lieutenant, - - - - ■ 

Officers of Mounted Dragoons and 
Riflemen. 

Colonel, - - - - - . 

Lieutenant Colonel, - , - - - • 
Major, ------. 

Captain, ------- 

First Lieutenant, - - - - • 

Second Lieutenant, - - - - - 

Adjutant & Regt'l duartermaster, 
in addition to pay, &c. of Lieut. 

Officers of Artillery and Infantry. 

Colonel, - - - - 

Lieutenant Colonel, - - - - 

Major, ------ 

Captain, -.--.--- 
First Lieutenant, - - . - 
Second Lieutenant, - - - - 

Adjutant, & Regt'l duartermafiter, > 
in addition to pay, &c. of Lieut ) 

Military Storekeeper. 

Attached to the duartermaster's De- 1 
partment,at armories and at arsenals > 
of construction — $1,250 per annum. ) 

At all other arsenals, $800 per annum. 



Pay. 



a 
o 

B 

o 

0LI 



$90 00 
75 00 
60 00 
50 00 
33 33 
33 33 



90 00 
75 00 
60 00 
50 00 
33 33 
33 33 

10 00 



75 00 
60 00 
50 00 
40 00 
30 00 
25 00 

10 00 



Subsistence Forage 



Servants. 



20 cents for .*8 per month 

each ration, foreach horse 

Act April 12, , Act April 24, 

1808, Sec. 6. 1816, Sec. 12. 



CO 

o 






!•- 



6 

5' 

4 

4 

4 

4 



6 
5 

4 
4 
4 
4 



6 
5 
4 
4 

4 
4 






$36 00 
30 00 
24 00 
24 00. 
24 OOi 
24 00 



36 00 
30 00 
24 00 
24 00 
24 00 
24 00 



36 00 
30 00 
24 00 
24 00 
24 00 
24 00 



n 

2-0 
•51 



3 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 



3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 



3 
3 
3 



B s 
5-2 



Pay, subsisi- 
ence,& cloth- 
ing of a priv 
ate soldier. — 
Act April 24, 
1816, Sec. 12. 









$24 00 

24 00 

24 00 

8 00 

8 oa 

8 00 



24 00 
24 00 
24 00 
16 00 
16 00 
16 00 



24 00 
24 00 
24 00 



8 00 



2 
2 
2 

1 
J 
1 



2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 



2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 



5.2 

o S 



$33 00 
33 00 
33 00 
16 50 
16 50 
16 50 



33 00 
33 00 
33 00 
16 50 
16 50 
16 50 



31 00 
31 00 
31 00 
15 50 
15 50 
15 50 



p. 
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5 

a 

o 

B 

"3 
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o 



o 

a 

uc 

e 
o. 

n 

go 
V 

o 

6 

o 



$183 00 

162 00 

141 00 

98 50 

81 83 

81 83 



183 00 
162 00 
141 00 
106 50 
89 83 
89 83 

10 00 



166 00 

145 00 

129 00 

79 50 

69 50 

64 50 

18 00 



104 16 



66 66 



1 . . . The officer in command of a company is allowed $10 per month for the responsibility of 
clothing, arms, and accoutrements — Act March 2, 1827, Sec. 2. 

2 . . . Subaltern officers, on the Staff for which they receive pay, are not entitled to the additional 
or fourth ration provided by the act of March 2, 1827, Sec. 2. 

3 . . . Additional rations allowed to officers while commanding separate posts — ^Act March 3, 1797, 
pec. 4— Act March 16, 1802, Sec. 5— Act August 23, 1842, Sec. 6. 



PAY OP THE ARMY. 4 J 



Dates of tbe acts of .Congress establishing tbe preident rates of pay. 



Act July 5, 1838, Sec. 2, 5, 13— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act July 5, 1838, Sec. 2, 5, 13— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act July 5 J 1838, Sec. 2, 5, 13— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act July 5, 1838, Sec. 2, 5, 13— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act July 5, 1838, Sec. 2, 5, 13— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act July 5, 1838, Sec. 2, 5, 13— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 



Act April 12, 1808, Sec. 4— March 30, 1814, Sec. a— March 3, 1845, See. 1. 
Act April 12, 1808, Sec. 4— April 24, 1816, Sec. 9, 12— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act April 12, 1808, Sec. 4— April 24, 1816, Sec. 9, 12— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act April 12, 1808, Sec. 4— April 24, 1816, Sec. 9, 12— March 2, 1827, Sec. 1— Mar. 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act April 12, 1808, Sec. 4— April 24, 1816, Sec- 9, 12— March 2, 1827, Sec. 1. 
Act April 12, 1808, Sec. 4— April 24, 1816, Sec. 9, 12— March 2, 1827, Sec. 1. 
5 Act April 12, 1808, Sec. 4. 
I Act May 30, 1796, Sec. 12— Feb. 11, 1847, Sec. 4. 

Act March 16, 1802, Sec. 4, 5— Mar. 30, 1814, Sec. 9.— Apr. 24, 1816, Sec. 9, 12— Mar 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 
Act March 16, 1802, Sec. 4, 5— April 24, 1816, Sec. 9, 12. 
Act March 16, 1802, Sec. 4, 5— April 24, 1816, Sec. 9, 12. 

Act March 16, 1802, Sec. 4, 5— April 24, 1816, Sec. 9, 12— March 2, 1887, Sec. 1. 

Act March 16, 1802, Sec. 4, 5— April 24, 1816, Sec. 9, 12— March 2, 1827, Sec. 1. 

Act March 16, 1802, Sec. 4, 5— April 24, 1816, Sec. 9, 12— March 2, 1827, Sec. 1. 

( Act March 16, 1802, Sec. 4— April 24, 1816, Sec. 9, 12— March 3, 1845, Sec. 1. 

I Act May 30, 1796, Sec. 12— Feb. 11, 1847, Sec. 4. 



Act August 23, 1842, Sec. 2. 
Act August 23, 1842, Sec. 2. 

4 . . . £very commissioned officer of the line or staff, exclusive of genera] officers^eceives one 
additional ration per diem for every five years of service— Act July 5, 1838, Sec. 15— Act July 7, 
1838, Sec. 9. 

5 . . . The allowances for Foragey and Servants, are contingent. 

6 . . . Officers serving in California and Oregon allowed an extra per diem of two dollars, and the 
pay proper of enlisted men doubled— Act September 28, 1850— Sec. 1. 

7 ... In computing the monthly commutation value of subsistence in the table, thirty days ar« 
reckoned to the month. 



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43 



OENCRAL ABSTRACT OP THE MILITIA FORCE OF THE UNITED STATES, ACCORDING TO 

THE LATEST RETURNS RECEIVED AT THE OFFICE OF THE 

ADJUTANT GENERAL QF THE ARMY. 





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States and Territories. 




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Maine, . - - 


1850 


22 


62 


478 


1,239 


-1,801 


48,804 


50,605 


New Hampshire, - 


1849 


12 


64 


339 


1,118 


1,528 


26,344 


27,867 


Miissachusetts, 


1849 


7 


35 


78 


357 


477 


101,304 


101,781 


Ver/iiont, _ . - 


1843 


12 


51 


224 


8U1 


1,088 


22,827 


23,915 


Rhode Island, 


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6 


16 


30 


19 


71 


14,966 


15;037 


Connecticut, 


1846 


11 


38 


292 


983 


1,324 


56,395 


57,719 


New York, - - - 


1850 


122 


356 


1,796 


5,940 


8,214 


216,451 


224,665 


New Jersey, - - - 


18SJ9 


19 


58 


435 


1,476 


1,988 


37,183 


39,171 


Pennsylvania, 


1847 


55 


164 


1,245 


6,054 


7,518 


268,552 


276,070 


Delaware, - - . 


18-27 


4 


8 


71 


364 


447 


8,782 


9,229 


Maryland, - - - 


1838 


22 


68 


544 


1,763 


2,397 


44,467 


46,864 


Virginia, - - - 


1850 


28 


60 


1,395 


5,147 


6,630 


117,103 


123,733 


North Carolina, - 


1845 


28 


133 


657 


3,449 


4,267 


75,181 


79,448 


South Carolina, - 


1848 


19 


96 


452 


2,024 


2,591 


52,618 


55,209 


Georgia, - - - 


1839 


36 


98 


746 


2,212 


3,092 


54,220 


57,312 


Florida, - - _ 


1845 


3 


14 


95 


508 


620 


11,502 


12,122 


Alabama, ... 


1850 


32 


170 


760 


1,425 


2,387 


55,661 


5«,048 


Louisiana, - 


1847 


10 


55 


159 


1,168 


1,392 


42,431 


43,823 


Mississippi, ... 


1838 


15 


70 


392 


348 


b25 


35,259 


36,084 


Tennessee, - - . 


1840 


25 


79 


859 


2,644 


3,607 


67,645 


71,252 


Kentucky, ... 


1850 


43 


145 


1,136 


3,474 


4,798 


82,809 


87,607 


Ohio, - . - 


1845 


91 


217 


462 


1,281 


2,051 


174,404 


176,455 


Michigan^ _ _ . 


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30 


154 


401 


2,208 


2,793 


61,145 


63,936 


Indiana, . - - 


1832 


31 


110 


566 


2,154 


2,861 


51,052 


53,913 


Illinois, - - - 


1841 


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- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


83,234 


Wisconsin, - . - 


1848 


9 


31 


212 


1,552 


1,804 


30,399 


32,203 


Jowa, - - . - 


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- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Missouri, . . - 


1844 


45 


94 


790 


2.990 


3,919 


57,081 
16j»28 


61,000 


Arkansas, - . . 


1843 


8 


29 


310 


'762 


1,109 


17,137 


Texas, - - - - 


1847 


15 


45 


248 


940 


1,248 


18,518 


19,766 


California, ... 


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- 


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- 


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Oregon Territory, 


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Territory of Utah, 


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Territory of New Mexico, 


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District of Cnlunibia, • 


1822 


1 


3 


24 


68 


96 


1,153 


1,249 


Grand Aggregate, 


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761 


2,513 


15,196 


54,468 


72,938 


1,850,284 


2,006,456 



44 



«PEBMANENT, OE FIXED " MILITABY POSTS. 



Posts. 


State or Ter- 
ritory. 


Post Offices. 


Permanent commanders. 


Garrison. 


EASTERN DIVISION. 










Military Departmentf 
No. 1. 










Fort Sullivan, 


Maine, 


Bastport, 


Bvt. Lt. Col. Burke, 


.3d artillery. 


Fort Preble, 


do. 


Portland, 


Bvt. Maj. Anderson, 


3d artillery. 


Fort Constitution, 


N. Hampshire, 


Portsmouth, 


Bvt. Lt. Col. Washington, 


3d artillery. 


Fort Independence, 


Massachusetts, 


Boston, 


Bvt. Maj. Wyse, 


3d artillery. 


Fort Warren, 


do. 


do. 


Not garrisoned. 


s 


Fort Adams, ) 
FortWolcott, 5 


Rhode Island, 


Newport, 


Col. Gates, 


3d artillery. 


Fort Trumbull, 


Connecticut, 


New London, 


Bvt. Col. Belton, 


.3d artillery. 


Military Departmenty 
No. 2. 


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Fort Brady, 


Michigan, 


Sault St. Marie, 


1st Lt E. Russell, 


4th infantry. 


Fort Mackinac, 


do. 


Mackinac, 


Bvt Maj. Laniard, 


4th infantry. 


Fort Gratiot, 


do. 


Fort Gratiot, 


Bvt. Maj. Alvord, 


4th infantry. - 


Detroit Barracks, 


do. 


Detroit, 


Col. Whistler, 


4th infantry. 


Fort Howard, 


Wisconsin^ 


Green Bay, 


Bvt Col. Lee, 


4th infantry. 


Military Department. 

No. 3. 










Fort Niagara, 


New York, 


Youngstown, 


1st Lt. Augur, 


4th infantr>'. 


Fort Ontario, 


do. 


Oswego, 


Bvt Col. Wright, 


4th infantry. 


Madison Barracks, 


do. 


Sacket's Harbor, 


Lt Col. Bonneville, 


4th infantry. 


Plattsburg Barracks, 


do. 


Plattsburg, 


Capt. W^allen, 


4th infantry. 


West Point, 


do. 


West Point, 


Capt Brewerton, 


engineers. 


Fort Columbus,") 




New York, 


Bvt Col. Gardner, 


4th artillery. 


Fort Wood, 


New York har- 


do. 


Bvt Lt. Col. Brown, 


General Dep&t. 


Fort Hamilton, f 


bor, N. Y. 


Fort Hamilton, 


Bvt Maj. Morris, 


4th artillery. 


Fort Lafayette, . 




do. 


Bvt Maj. Ridgely, 


4th artillery. 


Fort Mifflin, 


Pennsylvania, 


Philadelphia, 


Capt. Roberts, 


4th artillery. 


Carlisle Barracks, 


do. 


Carlisle, 


Bvt Lt Col. Cooke, 


Cavalry Depdt 


Fort McHenry, 


Maryland, 


Baltimore, 


Bvt. Lt. Col. Taylor, 


1st artillery. 


Fort Washington, 


do. 


Fort Washington, 


Bvt Major Scott, 


4th artillery. 


Military Departmentf 

No. 4. 










Fort Monroe, 


Virginia, 


Old Point Comfort, 


Bvt. Brig. Gen. Bankhead, 


2d artillery. 


Fort Johnston, ;' 
Fort Caswell, \\ 


NorthCarolina, 


Smith ville. 


Garrison temporarily 


withdrawn. 


Fort Macon, ^ 


do. 


Beaufort, 


do. 


do. 


Fort Moultrie, ) 
Castle Pinckney, ) 


Charleston har- 


Charleston, 


Lt Col. Erving. 


2d artillery. 


bor, S. C. 


do. 


Capt. Swartwout, 


2d artillery. 


Augusta Arsenal, 


Georgia, 


Augusta, 


Garrison temporarily 


withdrawn. 


Oglethorpe Barracks, 


do. 


Savannah, 


do. 


do. 


Fort Marion, 


Florida, 


St. Augustine, 


Bvt Maj. Lowd. 

Bvt Maj. Woodbridge, 


2d artillery. 


Fort Capron, 


do. 


do. 


2d artillery. 


WESTERN DIVISION. 




MilitaryDepartmentf 
iVb. 5. 










Key West, 


Florida, 


Key Wesi, 


Capt. V(^de8, 


1st artillery. 


Fort Brooke, 


do. 


Tampa Bay, 


Troops withdrawn. 




Fort Myers, 


do. 


do. 


Bvt Maj. Winder, 


1st artillery. 


Fort Meade, 


do. 


do. 


Bvt Maj. French, 


1st artillery. 


Fort Pickens, ) 
FortMcRea, } 


do. 


Pensacola, 


Lt Col. Whiting, 


1st artillery. 


Fort Morgan, 


Alabama, 


Mobile, 


Garrison temporarily 


withdrawn. 


Fort Pike, 


Louisiana, 


Fort Pike, 


do. 


do. 


Fort Wood, 


do. 


New Orleans, 


do. 


do. 


Fort Jackson, 


do. 


do. 


Not garrisoned. 




New Orleans Barracks, 


do. 


do. 


Bvt. Lt. Col. Nauman, 


1st artillery. 


Baton Rouge Barracks, 


do. 


Baton Rouge, 


Bvt Lt. Col. Webster, 


Ist artillery. 


Newport Barracks, 


Kentucky, 


Newport, 


Capt Macrae, 


Rec'g depdt 






"PERMANENT, OR FIXED" MILITARY POSTS. 



45 



Posts. 



WESTERN DIVISION. 

(continued.) 

Military DepartmerUf 
No. 6. 

Fort Scott, 
Fort ,* 



Jefferson Barracks, 
Fort Leavenworth, 
Fort Kearny, 
Fort Laramie, 

Fort ,* 

Fort Snelling, 
Fort Ripley, 

Military Departmenty 

No. 7. 

Fort Towaon, 
Fort Washita, 
Fort Snaith, 
Fort Gibson, 
Fort ,* 



Military Department, 

No. 8. 

Fort Merrill, Nueces > 

River, 5 

Corpus Christi, 
Fort Brown, 
Ringgold Barracks, 

Davis Landing, 
Fort Mcintosh, Laredo. 
Fort Duncan, Eagle 

Pass, 

Fort Inge, Leona River, 
Fon Lincoln, Rio Seco, 
San Antonio, do. 

Fort Martin Scott, 
FortCroghpn, Hamil- > 

ton Creek, 5 

Fort Gates, Leon River 
Fort Graham, Jose 

Maria Village, 
Port Worth, Trinity > 

River, > 

Military Department, 
No. 9. 

San Elizario, 

El Paso del Norte, 

Dofia Ana, 

Socorro, 

Ciboletta, 

Albuquerque, 

FortMarcy, Santa F6, 

Abiquiu, 

Taos, 

Rayado, 

Las Vegas, 



State or Ter- 
ritory. 



Missouri, 
Crossing of the 

Arkansas. 
Missouri, 

do. 

do. Ter. 

do. do. 
Iowa, 

MinesotaTer. 
do. 



Arkansas Ter. 

do. 

do. 

I doi 

do. 



Texas, 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. - 
do. 
do. 
do. 

de. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Texas, 

dOi 
New Mexico, 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

"do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Post Offices. 



Fort Scott, 

Fort Leavenworth. 

Jefferson Barracks, 
Fort Leavenworth, 
Linden, Mo. 

do. 
Marengo, 
Fort Snelling, 
Fort Ripley, 



Fort Towson, 

do. 
Fort Smith, 
Fort Gibson, 

do. 



Corpus Christi, 

do. 
Brown ville, 

do. 

do. 

San Antonio, 

do. 
do. 
do. 
Fredericksburg, 

Austin, 

do. 

Dallas, 

do. 



Via San Antonio, 

do. 

do. 
FiaFtLeaveowth 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Permanent commanders. 



Bvt. Maj. Cady, 

Bvt. Lt. Col. Hoffman. 

Bvt. Col. Plympton, 
Bvt. Col. Sumner, 
Capt. Wharton, 
Major Sanderson, 
Bvt. Major Woods, 
Bvt. Maj. Alexander, 
Capt. Todd, 



Capt. Lynde, 
Bvt. Lt. Col. Miles. 
Troops withdrawn. 
Bvt. Brig. Gen. Belknap, 
Capt. Marcy, 



Capt. Plummer, 

Bvt.Lt. Col.Abercrombie, 
Major Porter, 

Bvt. Maj. Lamotte, 

Capt Burbank, 

Bvt. Lt. Col. Morris, 

Bvt. Lt. Col. Hardee, 
Maj. Morrison, 
Bvt. Brig. Gen. Garland, 
Bvt. Col. Staniford, 

Capt. Lee, 

Bvt. Capt. Snelling, 

Bvt. Lt. Col. Bomford, 

Bvt. Major Arnold, 



Capt. Johns, 

Bvt. Maj. Van Home, 

Bvt. Maj. Shepherd, 

Bvt. Capt. Campbell, 

Bvt. Lt. Col. Chandler, 

Maj. Howe, 

Bvt. Col. Munroe, 

Bvt. Maj. Graham, 

Capt. Gk)rdon, 

Bvt. Maj. Grier, 

Bvt. Lt. Col. Alexander, 



Garrison. 



6th infantry. 
6th infantry. 

4 art. & 7 inf. 
ldrag.6&7iuf. 
6th infiintry. 
Rifles & 6 inf. 
6th infantry. 
1 drag. & 6 inf. 
6th infantry. 



5th infantry. 
5th infantry. 

5th infantry. 
5th infantry. 



1st infantry. 

5th infantry. 
4th artillery. 

1st infantry, 

1st infantry. 

1st infantry. 

2 drag. & 8 inf. 
*2 drag. & 8 inf. 
Pth infantry. 
2 drag. & 8 inf. 

2 drag. & 8 inf< 

8th infantry. 

2 drag. & 8 inf* 

2 drag. & 8 inf. 



3d infantry. 
3d infantry. 

1 drag. & 3 inf« 
3d dragoons. 
3d infantry. 

2 drag. & 3 inf. 
2 art. & 3 inf. 
2d dragoons. 
3d infantry. 
1st dragoons. 

1 drag. & 3 inf. 



* In coune of ccmstruction. 



46 



« PERMANENT, OR FIXED" MILITARY POSTS. 



Posts. 



State or Ter- 
ritory. 



THIRD, OR PACIFIC 
DIVISION. 

MUitctry Department, 

No. 10. 

Sonoma, 
Benicia, 

Camp Far West, Bear ) 
Creek, j 

San Francisco, 
San Gabriel River, 
Monterey, 
San Diego, 
Ranctio del chino, 
Moutli of Gila River, 

Military Departmentf 

No. 11. 

Steilacoom, Puget's ) 
Sound, 5 

Astoria, 

Columbia Barracks, 
Camp Drum, 



California, 
do. 

do. 

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



Oregon, 

do. 
do. 
do. 



Post Offices. 



Sonoma, 
Benicia, 

Sutter's Fort, 

San Francisco, 
Stockton, 
Monterey, 
San Diego, 

do. 

do. 



Nesqually, 

Astoria, 
Vancouver, 
Dalles of tbe Co- 
lumbia, 



Permanent commanders. 



3d Lt. Stoneman, 
Muj. Seawell, 

Capt. Day, 

Capt. Keyes, 

Maj. Miller, 

Capt. Burton, 

Bvt. Lt. (;ol. Magruder, 

Capt. Lovell, 

Bvt. Maj. Heintzelman, 



Capt. rfill, 

Bvt. Maj. HAheway, 
Bvt. Maj. Ruff, 
Bvt. Maj. Tucker, 



Garrison. 



1st dragoons. 
2d infantry. 

2d infantry. 

3d artillery. 
2d infantry. 
3d artillery. 
1st artillery. 
2d infantry. 
2d iufaniry. 



1st artillery. 

1st artillery. 

Riflemen. 

Riflemen. 



Note. Tbe commanding officers of the posts above named are entitled to double rations wheii the 

garrisons consizjt of not less than one company. 



ARSENALS. 



Arsenals. 



Kennnbcck, 

Wntertown, 

Chaiuplain, 

VVatervliet, 

Rome, 

Allegheny, 

Frankford, 

Pikesville, 

Washington, 

Bellona, 

St. Louis, 

Baton Rouge, 

Mount Vernon, 

Detroit, 

North Carolina, 

Charleston, 

Apalaqjiicola, 

Little Rock, 



State or Terri- 
tory. 



Maine, 
Massachusetts, 
Vermont, 
New York, 

do. 
Pennsylvania, 

do. 
Maryland, 
D.ofColumbia, 
Virginia, 
Missouri, 
Louisiana, 
Alabama, v 
Michigan, 
NorthCarolina, 
SouthCarolina, 
Florida, 
Arkansas, 



Post Office. 



Permanent commanders. 



Corps. 



Augusta, 

Waiertown, 

Vergpiines, 

Watervliet, 

Rome, 

Pittsburg, 

Frankford, 

Pikesville, 

Washington, 

Bellona, 

St. Louis, 

Baton Ronge, 

Mount Vernon, 

Dearbonville, 

Fayetteville, 

Charleston, 

Chattahoochee, 

Little Rock, 



ILt. Wainwright, 
I Bvt. Maj. Tliornton, 

Bvt. Lt. Col. Baker, 

Capt. Harding, 
Bvt. Mnj. Rumsay, 
Capt. Wwlbach, 
Bvt. Maj. Mordecai, 

Maj. Bell, 
Capt. Whiteley, 
1 Lt. Dearborn, 
Bvt. Capt. Callendar. 
Bvt. Capt. Dyer, 
Bvt. Maj. Hagner, 

Capt. Moifan, 



ordnance, 
ordnance. 

ordnance. 

ordnance, 
ordnance, 
ordnance, 
ordnance. 

ordnance, 
ordnance, 
ordnance, 
ordnance, 
ordnance, 
ordnance. 

ordnan<^e. 






MILITARY GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISIONS AND DEPARTMENTS. 47 



MILITARY OEOORAPHICAL DIVISIONS. 

i'he Eastern Division, composed of the 1st, 2d,, 3d, and 4th Military Departments, comprises 
the following States : Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachufsetto, Khode Island, Connecticut, 
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, iSoutli 
Carolina, and Georgia; and the portion of Florida and Wisconsin east of a line drawn from Fond 
du lac. Lake Superior, to Cape Sable, Florida. 

The Wkstern Division, composed of the 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th Military Departments, is 
situated within the following limits : 

The country west of the line from Fond du lac to Cape Sable, (except Oregon and California,) 
embracing the part of Wisconsin west of said line; Minesota, the States of Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, 
Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Texas; the part of Florida 
west of said line; the Indian country west of the Mississippi river; and the Territory of New 
Mexico. 

The Pag^ifig Division, composed of the 10th and 11th Military Departments, comprises the 
State of California and the Territory of Oregon. 

The Head Quarters of the Army are in the city of Washington. 

The Head Quarters of the Eastern Division aie at Troy, N. Y. 

The Head Quarters of the Western Division are at New Orleans, La. 

The Head Quarters of the Pacific Division are at Sonoma, California. 

MILIT4.RT GEOGRAPHICAL DEPARTMENTS. 

No. 1. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut— Head 
Quarters at Fort Adams, R. I. 

No. 2. Michigan, Wisconsin (east of the line from Fond du lac to Cape Sable,) Ohio and In- 
diana — Head Quarters at Detroit. 

No. 3. New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland — Head Quarters at Bal- 
timore. 

No. 4. Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and that part of. Florida lying within 
the Eastern Division— Head Quarters at Fort Monroe, Virginia. 

Nu. 5. The portion of Florida within the Western Division, the States of Alabama, Louisiana, 
Mississippi, Tennessee, and Kentucky — Head Quarters at New Orleans. 

No. 6. Wisconsin (west! of the line from Fond du Lac to Cape Sable,) Minesota, Iowa, Illinois, 
and Missouri above the 37th degree of north latitude — Head Quarters at St. Louis. 

No. 7. The country west of the Mississippi, south of the 37th degree of north latitude, north of 
Louisiana and Texas, and east of Department No. d— Head Quarters at Fort Smith. 

No. 8. That part of Texas lying south and east of a line drawn from a point on the Rio Grande 
opposite the southernmost limit of the island south of El Paso, containing the towns of San Elizario, 
Socorra and isletta, to the junction of the Ensenada Choctau (Choctaw Creek,) with the Colorado 
or Red river, and down said river to Arkansas — Head Quarters at San Antonio. 

No. 9. New Mexico and the Terntory north and west of the aforesaid line from the Rio Grande, 
to and down the Colorado or Red river, formerly claimed as apart of New Mexico — Head Quarters 
at Santa Fe. 

No. 10. The State of California— Head Quarters at Benicia. 

No. 11. The Territory of Oregon— Head Quarters at Vancouver. 

Note. Officers whose stations are changed by transfers or promotimis, will report for duty 
accordizigly. 

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INDEX. 



Adjutant General's Department. 

Academy, Military — Officers and Professors of 

Artillery— 1st regiment, .... 

2d regiment, .... 

dd regiment, .... 

4tli regiment, .... 

Arsenals, ...... 

Brevet 2d Lieutenants attached to the Army — ^List of 

bow pf-omoted 
Casualties in the army. 
Cadets, distinguished 
Dragoons — 1st regiment, 
2d regiment, 
Divisions — Military Geographical, 
Departments — do. do. . 

Detached Officers — from regiments, . 
Engineers — Corps of, . . . 

Topographical, 
General Officers .... 

Inspector General's Department, 
Infantry — 1st regiment, 

2d regiment, 

3d regiment, 

4th regiment, 

5th rejiiment, . ' . 

6th regiment, , 

7th regiment, 

8th regiment, 
Judge Advocate, . 
Medical Department, . 
Memorniida, .... 

Military Storekeepers, .... 
Military Academy — Officers and Professors of 
Military Posts, .... 
Militia Force, . • . 
Ordnance Department, . 
Organization ol the army, &c., . 
Pay Department, 
Pay of the Army, 
Quartermaster's Department, 
Bank — Lineal, of Dragoon Officers, . 
Artillery Officers, 
Infantry Officers, . 
Reappointments, .... 
Riflemen — Regiment Mounted, 
Subsistence Department, . 
jStaff— General, .... 



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