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Full text of "New York in the War of Rebellion, 1861-1865"

COLONEL FREDERICK PHISTERER 

BREVET MAJOR-GENERAL 
ACTING ADJUTANT-GENERAL. MAY 15. 1901, TO JAN. 1. 1902 













1B01 to 1865 



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Albany 

J. B. Ujjnn (Knrnjrang. 
1912 



The manuscript of this historical record, the life work of General Phisterer, 
was in the hands of the printer at the time of his death. As a tribute to his 
memory the following order of the Governor announcing the death of General 
Phisterer is here republished. 



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Albany, Jitlg 13, 1903. 

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tary anil naoal forrea nf tlj* taie tlj* foaiff of 1Cmrt?nant-(E0lottfl 
fr, ^rrtift iia;or-(i>^nfral, at IjtB Jjnm? in Albany, 
13, 1909. 

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3an. 2?, 1BT9; (Cnlnnfl an6 Arting A00iatant Abtlant-<S>pnrral, &. N. ^., Jan. 1. 
IBBfl; AasiHtant Abtutant-CSrnpral, Nun. 22, 1B92, mitlj original rank; rrappnintrfc 
3an. 1, 1B9T, tnittj nriginal rank; AaaiHiant Abtlant-05rnfral on tlj* ataflt of tl|r 
fflaior-<Srnrral rommanbtng tljp National CSiuarb. of tljp graor of Uirutrnant-QIolonrl, 
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aa Arting Abpitant-CSr-nrral, 0. N. ^., Mag 15, 1901. to Jan. 1. 1902; Aaaiatant 
Aotutant-C^rnr-ral on tlj ataff of tb^ fHaior-Cfonr-ral rommanbing tljp National 



<gnaro, of Ui* grails of dolon*l, f!Har. 5, 1303; Aojntant-(5*n*ral of tlj? grate 
of iCmtenant-CEolond, Jan. 30, 190B, tttttlj original rank, anb aaaignpo to tiff staff 
of tif? Ulajor-<fnrral rommanbtng ih.p oitriHion. 
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0f tlj? Natwttal (iuarfc of tlytH ^tat^. Att offer of unoauntfb rourag? 
atto of ttttttmtt ability, Ijta rar^r ta a aljtntttg ^xamplf to mrtj ritt2ftt. 
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utaa ralteb upon to fill ablg, j^rtftttlg attb rottart^ttttottalg. 

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the third edition of " New York in the War of the Rebellion " 

is published as part of the annual report of the Adjutant-General of 
the State of New York for the year 1908 in accordance with the 

provisions of chapter 433 of the Laws of the State of New York for the 

year 1909, by 

NELSON H. HENRY, 
The Adjutant-General, S. N. Y. 



^H^HE compilation here submitted is the result of devoting for twenty- 
m " five years almost all hours not demanded by official duties to the 

A B L collection of the data contained herein. The work was com- 
^^^F menced in 1883; after the most strenuous labor the first edition 
was published in 1890; followed the same year by the second 
edition, which corrected unavoidable typographical errors ; this the third 
edition contains some corrections, changes and additions. 

The data were obtained from official or equally reliable sources ; in many 
instances estimates became necessary and these were invariably based on the 
most conservative foundations. 

This is not a work of fiction, it is composed of bare facts; it is not a 
work of comparisons ; it is a record of the State of New York during a time 
which weighed heavily on her sons and daughters, made as complete, correct 
and concise as it was practicable to make it and its existence is due in a large 
measure to the Adjutants-General of the State from 1883 to date, to Colonel 
J. W. Kirkley, statistician of the War Department, and to many officers of 
New York Volunteers and other gentlemen too many in number to mention 
by name, whose information proved valuable. 

The work consists of six parts ; each part and division is preceded by 
remarks, which explain its scope and intent. 



OInntetta 



Part I. In the State. 

II. In the field. 

III. The roll of honor. 

IV. Sketches of organizations and register of officers. 
V. Appendices. 

VI. Indices. 

Albany, December, 1908. 



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Pages 

In 1861 9-26 

In 1 862 27-38 

In 1863 39-46 

In 1864 47-51 

In 1865 52-142 

Men called for 57~59 

General calls 57, 58 

Special calls 58, 59 

Credits due the State 59~66 

For service in Regular Army 59, 60 

For service in Navy and Marine Corps 60, 61 

For service in U. S. Volunteers 61 

For service in U. S. Veteran Volunteers 62 

For service in the Veteran Reserve Corps 62 

For service in the Colored Troops 62 

For service in Volunteers of other States 62 

For service in Militia and National Guard 63 

For service in the Volunteers of the State 63 

For men who commuted service 63 

For representative recruits 63-65 

Recapitulation of credits 65 

Drafts 66, 67 

Periods of service of the men enlisted 67 

Individuals in the service 68-70 

Nativities of the individuals 70 

Ages of the individuals 71, 72 

Where the men were obtained 7 2 ~78 

Organizations in U. S. service 78 

Of Militia and National Guard 78-80 

Of State Volunteers 80-91 

Cavalry 80 

Artillery 82-84 

Engineers 84 

Sharpshooters 84 

Infantry 84-91 

Of U. S. Volunteers 91 

Of U. S. Colored Troops 91 

Representation in the General Government 92 

Cost of the War in money 93-94 

Bureau of Military Records and Relics 94-141 

The women of the State 142 



fart 1 



IBfil 



3T is aimed here to place on permanent record as concisely as prac 
ticable, the stand and action taken by the citizens sons and 
daughters of the State of New York during the War ; to recite 
or to attempt to set forth the causes which led to the secession 
movement of the Southern States would be foreign to this aim. 
The people of this State accepted the result of the political canvass of 
1860 in their usual patriotic spirit and, notwithstanding all that had passed, 
were not willing to believe that war might not be averted. 

When the Legislature met on the first day of the new year, 1861, the 
Governor in his annual message discoursed the attempt at disunion with 
firmness, but also in a conciliatory tone, stating that the State of New York 
was ready, in all honorable ways, to aid in reconciling estrangements, and as 
willing to guarantee the rights of the slave States, as to defend her own. 
In opening the Assembly the Speaker referred to the perils which environed 
the country, to the duty of the representatives of the people in the existing 
crisis, and to the importance of united councils. In the Senate, a leading 
member of the party which had opposed Abraham Lincoln s election sub 
mitted a series of resolutions, asserting it to be the religious as well as the 
patriotic duty of each State and citizen to preserve the Union, and requesting 
the Governor to tender to the President, in the name of the people, the 
militia of the State, to be employed in his discretion, in enforcing the laws 
and maintaining the Constitution. On the following day there were intro 
duced in the Legislature resolutions which received large support from both 
parties, and recognized slavery as a disturbing element in the National 
councils, and, to the end that this impediment to harmony be forever removed, 
proposed, after the admission of Kansas, then not yet a State, to divide the 
remaining territories into two States, to be admitted as soon as the inhabitants 
thereof should adopt a constitution republican in form. 

Pacification in sentiment and preparation in act were the order of the 
day. Select committees on federal relations were formed. Bills were brought 
forward for the more complete enrollment of the militia ; to prohibit the 



io IN THE STATE IN 1861 

sale of munitions of war or the loan of money to States in rebellion; for 
defining treason; for providing arms; indeed for giving form in every way 
to the sentiment of the people. These measures were but a prelude to many 
others of like character recorded on almost every page in the legislative 
journals of that session. The members of both branches were united in 
action as to the duty of the hour, and the State officials were in harmony 
with them. 

The united, firm and dignified stand of the State of New York, coupled 
with changes in the President s Cabinet, and a disposition on the part of the 
General Government to stand by the Union, reanimated public confidence and 
strengthened the hopes of many, but to be disappointed, for adverse forces 
were still at work. 

On the 9th of January the Star of the West, a swift merchant steamer 
chartered by the General Government in New York city, and sent from 
there on the night of the 5th, loaded with needed supplies and men for the 
relief of Major Anderson, was fired upon in Charleston harbor and fire was 
continued after the captain had displayed the flag of the country of the 
United States. 

The news of this act aroused the people of this State and of the whole 
country. Joint resolutions were promptly introduced in, and speedily adopted 
with but three dissenting votes, by the Legislature, referring to the outrage 
upon the Star of the West; to the seizures of National property by Southern 
States; to the treasonable avowals of southern Senators; to the value of the 
Union and the necessity of its perpetuity; hailing with joy the special message 
of the President, in which he declared his intention to use the military power 
against all who resisted the Federal authority, and tendering him whatever 
aid in men and money he might require to uphold the authority of the govern 
ment; they also expressed gratitude for the courage and patriotism of those 
representatives and citizens of and in the South, who labored to save their 
States from the vortex of secession. These resolutions truthfully reflected the 
sentiment of the people of the Empire State, and copies of them were trans 
mitted to the President, the Governors of the States, and to the United States 
Senators from this State. 

In the South these resolutions did not meet with favor. The Governor 
of Virginia understood them to be a declaration of the readiness of New York 
to coerce the slave-holding States into submission to Federal authority. By 
one or two of the Southern States the resolutions were returned without 
comment. The Convention of Georgia, then in session, as a response to them, 
adopted resolutions approving the seizure by troops of the State, of Fort 
Pulaski, and requested the Governor to hold the fort until the relations of 
Georgia to the United States should be determined. 



IN THE STATE IN 1861 n 

On the 24th of January the Governor transmitted to the Legislature the 
resolutions of the General Assembly of Virginia, inviting all states, willing 
to unite in an earnest effort to adjust the existing controversies and to afford 
adequate guarantees to the slave-holding states, to appoint commissioners to 
meet in Washington on the 4th of February following. He recommended the 
appointment of a commission as requested, and that it be composed of men in 
whose character and patriotism the people could have full confidence; he also 
urged that any proper effort should not be left untried to maintain by peaceful 
means the Union as it had existed for almost a century. Gladly responding 
tc this invitation of Virginia to aid in effecting a settlement, if possible, of 
the serious and important questions agitating the public mind, the Legisla 
ture, a few days later, elected as commissioners from this state Messrs. David 
Dudley Field, William Curtis Noyes, James S. Wadsworth, James C. Smith, 
Amaziah B. James, Erastus Corning, Addison Gardiner, Greene C. Bronson, 
William E. Dodge, John A. King and John E. Wool. Mr. Gardiner declining, 
Mr. Thurlow Weed was appointed in his place; on Mr. Weed s non-acceptance 
Mr. Francis Granger was selected to succeed him, and took his seat in the 
convention. The proceedings of this body the Peace Conference were 
without results. It could not be otherwise, for on the day it met, the 
Provincial Congress or Convention of the seceded states met at Montgomery, 
Ala., and by the iSth of February had adopted and inaugurated a govern 
ment, to be known as " the Confederate States of America." 

On the 5th of February the Governor of Georgia ordered the seizure, in 
the harbor of Savannah, of several vessels owned in the city of New York, 
in reprisal for the detention, by the Metropolitan police of the city, of arms 
consigned to the State of Georgia ; three days later, however, the vessels were 
released. On the 2ist this Governor again ordered the seizure of New York 
shipping at Savannah, and directed that the ships be detained until the arms, 
still held by the police, were delivered to his agent in New York city. 
Munitions of war were being shipped from the North to the Southern States. 
Proposing to stop this traffic, the police authorities of New York city ordered 
in the latter part of January the detention of an invoice of arms about being 
shipped to Savannah. Communication by telegraph ensued, and a formal 
demand was made on the mayor of the city by an agent of Georgia for the 
release of the arms. A like demand was also made, by telegraph, by the 
Governor of Georgia on the Executive of this state, who responded that the 
grave character and unofficial form of the missive forbade action until better 
authenticated information should be received. Letters arrived in due time and 
to the renewed demand of the Governor of Georgia Governor Morgan replied : 
" * * * Assuming I have authority to do so, you expect me to surrender 



12 IN THE STATE IN 1861 

(or formally to withhold) the property alleged to be in the possession of the 
superintendent of the Metropolitan police, by a given date. Permit me to 
say, that as Governor of this state, I have no power whatever over the officer 
who made the seizure, and had no more knowledge of the fact, nor have I 
any more connection with the transaction, than has any other citizen of this 
state; but I do not hesitate to say that the arms will be delivered whenever 
application shall be made for them. Should such not be the case however, 
redress is to be sought, not in an appeal to the Executive authority of New 
York to exercise a merely arbitrary power, but in due form of law, through 
the regularly constituted tribunals of justice of the state or of the United 
States, as the parties aggrieved may elect. It is but proper here to say, that 
the courts are at all times open to suitors, and a complaint has not reached me 
of the inability or unwillingness of judicial officers to render exact justice to 
all. If, however, the fact be otherwise, whatever authority the Constitution 
and the laws vest in me, for compelling a performance of their duty, will be 
promptly exercised. In conclusion permit me to say that, while differing 
widely with your Excellency as to the right or policy of your acts and of 
the views expressed in your several communications, I have the honor to 
be, * * *." The police authorities delivered the arms in question to the 
agent of the State of Georgia on the i6th of March. 

On the 1 8th of February the President-elect was received at the Capitol 
as the guest of the state, and was cordially welcomed by the Governor, the 
Legislature and the citizens. The chairman of the committee, on the part of 
the Legislature, pledged him the support of the State of New York in the 
discharge of his constitutional duties. For this he expressed his gratitude, 
and added : " While I hold myself, without mock modesty, the humblest of 
all individuals that have been elected to the presidency, I have a more difficult 
task to perform than any of them." 

Events were daily rendering it more and more likely that the domestic 
discord would terminate in open hostilities. The probabilities of this, and 
the means for subduing the expected hostilities were discussed at every 
fireside throughout the state. The decadence of the military spirit of the 
people at large had been gradual, but nearly absolute. Public money expended 
to maintain a Militia establishment was regarded as wasted. But notwith 
standing the general apathy of the people, there were still a few men in every 
portion of the state, and especially at the principal centres, who did not 
permit the military spirit wholly to die out. The principal lack was in material 
of war. The strength of the organized Militia was nominally nineteen 
thousand men ; to arm this force the state possessed but about eight thousand 
muskets and rifles, and one hundred and fifty smooth-bore field pieces, of 



IN THE STATE IN 1861 13 

almost every calibre. The National authorities were not in condition to supply 
the want, the late Secretary of War having sent thousands of muskets from 
the Water vliet arsenal to the South. This want had, however, been brought 
to the notice of the Legislature by the Governor in his annual message, where 
he pointed out the lack of serviceable military stores, and stated that the 
organized Militia was not provided with reliable weapons; he asked the 
Legislature to take early measures to supply these deficiencies, recommending 
for that purpose an appropriation, to be used at the discretion of the military 
department of the state, and a bill had been introduced providing half a 
million dollars for the purchase of arms and equipments. This bill, however, 
did not become a law until just before the close of the session, when events 
had demonstrated its imperative necessity. 

At half-past four o clock of the morning of the I2th day of April a shot 
was fired from the mortar battery near old Fort Johnson, and a moment later 
fell upon Fort Sumter. This shot, although not the first fired upon the 
National flag, inaugurated a conflict of gigantic proportions and far-reaching 
consequences, from which the United States emerged forever as one Country 
and one Nation. 

The bombardment of Fort Sumter was shortly followed by its surrender, 
which became known at the capital of the State on Sunday morning the I4th. 
The news came upon the people as an event too sad for full belief. But the 
suddenness of the intelligence was followed by prompt and efficient action in 
every quarter. A meeting took place in the afternoon at the Executive 
chamber. There were present the Governor and other state officers, the 
Speaker of the Assembly and members of the military and finance committees 
of the two houses. A committee, consisting of the Attorney-General, the 
Adjutant-General, the Inspector-General, Mr. Blood of the Senate and Mr. 
Robinson of the Assembly, was appointed to draft a bill to be submitted to 
the Legislature the following morning. As drawn by the committee, the 
bill invested the Governor with the power of its execution, and provided for 
the enrollment of thirty thousand volunteer Militia to serve for two years, 
appropriating three million dollars to meet the expense. The Legislature 
connected the state officers with the Governor in the raising and organizing 
of these troops and the bill, thus modified, was approved by the Governor on 
the 1 6th. The commission created thereby was popularly known as the " State 
Military Board, and consisted of the Governor of the state, Edwin D. 
Morgan; the Lieutenant-Governor, Robert Campbell of Bath; the Secretary 
of State, David R. Floyd-Jones of South Oyster Bay ; the Comptroller, Robert 
Denniston of Salisbury Mills; the Attorney-General, Charles G. Myers of 



14 IN THE STATE IN 1861 

Ogdensburgh; the State Engineer and Surveyor, Van Rensselaer Richmond 
of Lyons; and the State Treasurer, Philip Dorsheimer of Buffalo. 

On the 1 5th of April the President issued his proclamation calling forth 
the Militia of the several states to the number of seventy-five thousand men, 
to suppress treasonable combinations and to cause the laws to be duly executed. 
The quota assigned to this state consisted of seventeen regiments, each of 
seven hundred and eighty officers and enlisted men, making in the aggregate 
a force of thirteen thousand two hundred and eighty men. 

The State Military Board met on the evening of the i6th and the Governor 
submitted a dispatch from the Secretary of War, to the effect that the men 
called for were to be mustered into immediate service, and that he would be 
gratified to have one or more regiments march to Washington before the close 
of the week. The situation demanded prompt action ; the Governor at once 
issued orders for the available organized Militia to march ; the Board resolved 
that seventeen regiments of seven hundred and eighty men each, be enrolled 
and mustered into sen-ice for two years, and made provisions for the prompt 
transportation to Washington of the regiments of the organized Militia 
ordered into service by the Governor, as well as of the volunteer Militia 
authorized by it, and for procuring necessary quarters, hospital, medical 
and other supplies. There was need of this action; communication with 
Washington was severed, and the condition of affairs there was such, that the 
state was left in most part to supply transportation for her troops ; indeed 
everything in the way of accommodations for volunteers, sick and well, was 
to be provided by the state authorities. 

The Governor s military staff was composed of men who were competent 
for the new and weighty duties now falling upon them. Time was not given 
to deliberate, the work pressed upon their attention at once. The details, as 
well as the general duties of the several staff departments were instantly 
and vigorously entered upon. An army of forty thousand men, including the 
organized Militia, was to be prepared for the field and all the staff officers 
were more than fully employed. During his administration Governor 
Morgan s staff consisted of: Adjutant-General J. Meredith Reed, Jr., of 
Albany, who resigned on account of ill health August 14, 1861, and was 
succeeded by Thomas Hillhouse of Geneva; Inspector-General William A. 
Jackson of Albany, who resigned May 17, 1861, to become Colonel of the i8th 
Volunteers, followed by Marsena R. Patrick, who resigned February TO, 1862, 
to become Brigadier-General of Volunteers, in whose place was appointed 
Chester A. Arthur, who resigned July g, 1862, to become Quartermaster- 
General and who was succeeded by Cuyler Van Vechten ; Judge-Advocate 
General William Henry Anthon of New York city; Quartermaster-General 



THE STATE IN 1861 15 



Cuyler Van Vechten of Albany, who July 9, 1862, was appointed Inspector- 
General and was replaced by Chester A. Arthur; Surgeon General S. Oakley 
Vanderpoel of Albany ; Paymaster-General Thomas B. Van Buren, succeeded 
by George Bliss, Jr., February 27, 1862, upon becoming Colonel of the iO2d 
Volunteers ; Engineer-in-Chief Chester A. Arthur, appointed Inspector- 
General February 10, 1862; Chief of Ordnance, the constitutional Commis 
sary-General, Benjamin \Yelch, Jr., of Buffalo; Aides-de-Camp, Edwin D. 
Morgan, Jr., of New York city, resigned May 13, 1861 ; Edmund Schriver 
from May 13 to September 2, 1861 ; Thomas B. Arden from September 2, 
1861 ; Samuel D. Bradford, Jr., resigned January 31, 1862; Francis M. Rotch 
from February 12, 1862; Elliott F. Shepard and John H. Linsly. Several 
officers of the Regular Army were assigned to temporary duty at Albany about 
this period, to assist the military department by their experience; of these were 
Colonels Delafield, Schriver and Keyes, whose names are prominent in the 
annals of the war. 

Depots were established at New York city, Albany and Elmira, and 
Brigadier-Generals Charles Yates, John F. Rathbone and Robert B. Van 
Valkenburgh of the organized Militia, respectively, placed in command of 
them. Branch depots were also opened at Syracuse and Troy, and Brigadier- 
Generals Robert M. Richardson and Darius Allen, respectively, assigned to 
their charge. Orders were issued for the rendezvous and organization of men, 
of whom many were already arriving at these depots even before authority 
to receive them existed often, indeed, presenting themselves unannounced; 
and such was the patriotic spirit of the people that many, obviously unfit 
physically and by reason of age, came with the able-bodied volunteers. 

Worthily interpreting the spirit of their constituency, the Legislature 
prolonged its session and redoubled its labors. Loyal men of all political 
opinions rallied around the flag of their country ; and it should be remembered 
as one of the noblest manifestations of that period of danger, how enthusiasti 
cally the last hours of the Senate and Assembly were devoted to the duties of 
patriotism. Nearly a score of these legislators, who with their votes initiated 
the work of preparing the way of their state, followed up the public pledge, 
then given, with the sword. The life blood of some of these earnest men too 
soon became the tribute of their devotion, and they stand conspicuous in the 
roll of the immortal as the representative heroes of the Legislature of the 
State. 

In this, the eighty-fourth session of the Legislature, the people of the 
State were represented 



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IN THE STATE IN 1861 



IN THE SENATE BY 



Licutenant-Governor ROBERT 

Senator Edw. A. Lawrence, of the istdist. 

Thomas A. Gardner, 2d 

Francis B. Spinola, 3d 

J. McLeod Murphy, 4th 

Bernard Kelly, 5th 

Benj. F. Manierre, 6th 

Richard B. Connolly, 7th 

Hezekiah D. Robertson, 8th 

Robert Y. Grant, gth 

Joshua Fiero, Jr., loth 

John H. Ketcham, nth 

Volney Richmond, I2th 

Andrew J. Colvin, I3th 

Joseph H. Ramsey, I4th 

Isaiah Blood, I5th 

Nathan Lapham, i6th 



CAMPBELL, of Bath, President; 

Senator Chas. C. Montgomery.ofthei/th dist. ; 

James A. Bell, i8th 

William H. Ferry, igth 

Francis M. Rotch, 20th 

Andrew S. Warner, 2ist 

Allen Munro, 22d 

Perrin H. McGraw, 23d 

Lyman Truman, 24th 

Alex. B. Williams, 25th 

Thomas Hillhouse, 26th 

Samuel H. Hammond, 2/th 

Ephraim Goss, 28th 

Peter P. Murphy, 2O.th 

David H. Abell, 30th 

Erastus S. Prosser, 3ist 

Walter L. Sessions, 32d 



IN THE ASSEMBLY BY 
Speaker DE WITT C. LITTLEJOI-IN, of Oswego; 



Lewis Benedict, Jr., 2d district of Albany; 
Henry Lansing, 3d district of Albany; 
William J. Wheeler, 4th district of Albany; 
Wilkes Angel, 1st district of Allegany; 
Lucius S. May, 2d district of Allegany; 
Friend H. Burt, district and county of 

Broome ; 
Nelson I. Norton, 1st district of Cattarau- 

gus; 
Franklin Philbrick, 2d district of Cattarau- 

gus; 

Heman Benton, ist district of Cayuga; 
Smith Anthony, 2d district of Cayuga; 
Henry A. Prendergast, ist dist. Chautau- 

qua; 

Hiram Smith, 2d, 2d district of Chautauqua; 
Lucius Robinson, dist. and county Chemung; 
Thomas Carter, ist district of Chenango ; 
Samuel E. Lewis, 2d district of Chenango; 
Henry McFadden, dist. and county of 

Clinton ; 

Samuel Lasher, ist district of Columbia; 
Norton S. Collin, 2d district of Columbia; 
Loammi Kinney, dist. and county of Cort- 

land; 

Seymour E. Smith, ist district of Delaware; 
Daniel Waterbury, 2d district of Delaware; 
John B. Dutcher, ist district of DutcLess; 
Samuel J. Farnum, 2d district of Dutchess; 
Stephen V. R. Watson, ist district of Erie; 
Victor M. Rice, 2d district of Erie; 



Benjamin H. Long, 3d district of Erie; 

Zebulon Ferris, 4th district of Erie ; 

Alartin Finch, dist. and county of Essex; 

William Andrus, dist. and county Franklin ; 

Jas. H. Burr, counties Fulton and Hamilton ; 

George W. Wright, dist. and county Gene- 
see ; 

Gilbert Bedell, dist. and county of Greene; 

John Markell, ist district of Herkimer; 

Josiah Shull, 2d district of Herkimer; 

David Montague, ist district of Jefferson; 

David J. Wager, 2d district of Jefferson ; 

Harvey Bailey, 3d district of Jefferson; 

Andrew J. Provost, ist district of Kings; 

Marquis D. Moore, 2d district of Kings; 

Nathan Comstock, 3d district of Kings ; 

James Darcy, 4th district of Kings; 

Lucius C. Andrus, 5th district of Kings; 

Joseph Nesbitt, 6th district of Kings ; 

George H. Fisher, 7th district of Kings ; 

Edmund Baldwin, dist. and county Lewis ; 

Matthew Wiard, ist district of Livingston; 

George Hyland, 2d district of Livingston; 

Orrin B. Lord, ist district of Madison; 

Francis A. Hyatt, 2d district of Madison; 

Martin Roberts, ist district of Monroe; 

Lewis H. Morgan, 2d district of Monroe; 

Benjamin R. Wells, 3d district of Monroe; 

Frothingham Fish, district and county of 
Montgomery ; 

John Callahan, ist district of New York; 



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William Walsh, 2ii district of New York; 
Christian B. Woodruff, 3d dist. New York; 
William J. C Kinney, 4th dist. New York; 
John J. Shaw. 5th district of New York; 
Samuel T. Webster, 6th dist. of New York; 
Daniel Young, /th district of New York; 
Andrew Craft, 8th district of New York; 
Horatio N. Sherwood, gth dist. New York; 
Luke F. Cozans, loth dist. of New York; 
John Hardy, nth district of New York; 
John Lambrecht, I2th dist. of New York; 
Charles E. Birdsall, I3th dist. of New York; 
Robert C. Hutchings, i4th dist. New York; 
George W. Varian, i^th dist. New York; 
Henry Arcularius, i6th dist. of New York ; 
Jay Jarvis Jones, I7th dist. of New York; 
Henry P. Smith, ist district of Niagara; 
Oliver P. Scovell, 2d district of Niagara ; 
Francis Kernan, ist district of Oneida; 
Levi T. Marshall, 2d district of Oneida ; 
Marquis L. Kenyon, 3d district of Oneida; 
William Lewis, 4th district of Oneida ; 
Jeremiah Emerick, ist district of Onondaga ; 
Austin Myers, 2d district of Onondaga ; 
Abner Chapman, 3d district of Onondaga; 
Perez H. Field, ist district of Ontario; 
Stephen H. Ainsworth, 2d dist. of Ontario; 
Stephen W. Fullerton, Jr., ist dist. Orange; 
Milton Barnes, 2d district of Orange; 
Gideon Randall, dist. and county Orleans; 
De Witt C. Littlejohn, ist dist. of Oswego; 
Richard K. Sanford, 2d dist. of Oswego; 
Mason Salisbury, 3d district of Oswego ; 
Elijah E. Ferrey, ist district of Otsego ; 
Frederick A. Bolles, 2d district of Otsego ; 
Chas. T. Brewster, dist. and county Putnam ; 
Stephen Taber, ist district of Queens; 
John D. Townsend, 2d district of Queens; 
Charles J. Saxe, ist dist. of Rensselaer; 



L. Chandler Ball, 2d dist. of Rensselaer; 
Anson Bingham, 3d district of Rensselaer; 
N. Dane Ellingwood, district and county of 

Richmond. 

Win. R. Knapp, dist. and county Rockland ; 
Charles Richardson, ist dist. St. Lawrence; 
Edwin A. Merritt, 2d dist. St. Lawrence ; 
Clark S. Chittenden, 3d dist. St. Lawrence; 
John Fulton, ist district of Saratoga; 
James Sumner, Jr., 2d district of Saratoga; 
Alonzo Macomber, district and county of 

Schenectady ; 

Joseph Buckbee, dist. and county Schoharie ; 
Abram V. Mekeel, dist. and county Schuyler ; 
William Johnson, dist. and county Seneca; 
Daniel B. Bryan, ist district of Steuben; 
Jeffrey Smith, 2d district of Steuben ; 
Redman S. Davis, 3d district of Steuben; 
James H. Tuthill, ist district of Suffolk; 
Alexander J. Bergen, 2d district of Suffolk; 
Stephen St. John Gardner, district and 

county of Sullivan; 

Cero F. Barber, dist. and county of Tioga; 
Jeremiah W. Dwight, district and county of 

Tompkins ; 

Robert Loughran, ist district of Ulster; 
George T. Pierce, 2d district of Ulster ; 
Benjamin Turner, Jr., 3d district of Ulster; 
Walter A. Faxon, dist. and county Warren ; 
Peter Hill, ist district of Washington; 
Nicholas M. Catlin, 2d dist. of Washington; 
Jabez S. L Amoreaux, 1st dist. of Wayne; 
Joseph W. Corning, 2d district of Wayne ; 
Wm. J. McDermott, ist dist. Westchester; 
N. Holmes Odell, 2d dist. of Westchester; 
Benj. F. Camp, 3d dist. of Westchester; 
John J. Doolittle, district and county of 

Wyoming ; 
Gilbert Sherer, district and county of Yates. 



While officials were thus engaged, the people were alive with zeal in 
preparing to answer the call of the government. They held public meetings, 
adopted patriotic addresses, raised money and enrolled men, in every part 
of the state. Past political differences were forgotten. Flags were floating 
from church steeples, public buildings, school-houses and private resi 
dences. The thrilling tones of the loyal press penetrated every household, 
and gave utterance to the popular enthusiasm ; its representatives threw down 
the pen and grasped the sword; they proposed to make the history, which 
they were afterwards to chronicle. All was animation and a state of peace had 
suddenly been transformed into a condition of war. From every quarter 



1 8 IN THE STATE IN 1861 

came applications for authority to raise troops. The people were sensitively 
alive to the demands of the hour. Real or fancied delays, whether inevitable 
or not, were censured without stint, if not without reason. Private liberality 
was without bounds. 

The emergency and the danger to the National Capitol were great, and 
well it was that some of the genuine military spirit had been kept alive. 
The militia regiments ordered out by the Governor for a service of three 
months, responded to the pressing call with an alacrity that stands to their 
perpetual credit. This prompt response no doubt saved the capitol from 
capture and spoliation. The hearts of all were quickened, when the lightning 
flashed from Washington its missive of doubt and despondency, of painful 
peril, of glad and heartfelt relief ! How startling was the first summons, 
flashed along the wires from the threatened seat of the government; how 
incessant the fiery messages thereafter. Numberless messages of alarm and 
counsel poured upon the Governor from Washington and all parts of the 
state; they were the throbbings of the heart of the people. 

On the 1 8th of April the Governor issued his proclamation calling upon 
the people for volunteers for seventeen of the regiments authorized under the 
act passed by the Legislature. On the igth a great meeting of merchants 
was held in New York city; resolutions to sustain the government were 
adopted, and at the announcement that several regiments, then organizing, 
needed assistance, more than twenty thousand dollars were raised in ten 
minutes time. On the same day the famous Seventh Militia, amidst the 
greatest enthusiasm, left for the city of Washington. 

The next day, the 2Oth, occurred that memorable meeting in Union 
Square, New York city, of two hundred thousand of the people. Leading 
citizens without distinction of party, met there to unite their voices in support 
of the government. The surging crowds that filled the streets, drowned all 
noises in their huzzas for the Union. The meeting was an important one in 
every sense; its action gave direction to popular sentiment everywhere, and 
the Union Defense Committee was then formed from the foremost citizens of 
the great Metropolis. Conventions and meetings were held on the same day 
in Schenectady, Hudson, Utica, Oswego and Rochester, and troops raised and 
means provided. The people of Poughkeepsie, Troy, Auburn, Syracuse and 
Buffalo also met to counsel on the best mode of responding to the country s 
call. Town and village, great and small, were likewise engaged. Albany 
and Elmira were changed, in a few hours, from business centres into military 
camps. 

On the 2ist, the Sixth, Twelfth and Seventy-first regiments of the Militia 
left the city of New York en route for Washington. On the 22d, a patriotic 



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meeting of the Bench and Bar of New York city took place, at which money 
was subscribed by the thousands; the city of New York appropriated 
one million dollars for fitting out soldiers and supporting the families of 
volunteers ; and the Twenty-fifth regiment of Militia left Albany for the 
endangered Capitol of the country. The succeeding day, the 23d, witnessed 
a great meeting in Brooklyn, at which Robert J. Walker, a former Cabinet 
officer, and resident of a seceded state, addressed the people, and the 
departure from Brooklyn of the Thirteenth, and from New York city of the 
Eighth and Sixty-ninth regiments of the organized Militia of the state. On 
the 26th, the Secretary of War wrote to the Governor: " I have to repeat the 
acknowledgments of this department for your very prompt and energetic 
action in sending forward the troops of your state." On the 2/th the Fifth 
regiment of Militia of New York city; on the 28th the Tw r entieth regiment 
of Militia of Kingston; on the 29th the Ellsworth Fire Zouaves, later the 
Eleventh Volunteers, a two years regiment, of New York city, and on the 
3Oth the Twenty-eighth regiment of Militia of Brooklyn, left the state for 
active service. 

The remaining regiments of the organized Militia were preparing to 
march, when in the first days of May, their orders were countermanded upon 
receipt of information from the General Government that no more three 
months men were desired. Four companies of the Seventy-fourth Militia 
volunteered then, and left Buffalo for Elmira May 3d, escorted to the depot 
by the Home Guards, of which Ex-President Fillmore was major and in 
command. 

The Militia regiments, when starting for Washington, were accompanied 
to the points of embarkation by the people. Their line of march was a 
perfect ovation ; thousands filled the sidewalks ; private and public buildings 
were decorated with banners, and there were many touching scenes of farewell 
taking. 

The enlistment of volunteers under the Governor s proclamation of the 
1 8th of April proceeded with great rapidity. On the 22d, only a week after 
the proclamation of the President, eighty-two companies had been accepted, 
and the State Military Board adopted a resolution " to organize the remainder 
of the force provided for in the act of April i6th." 

Firearms were now the serious want. On the 24th of April an agent was 
sent to Europe to purchase twenty-five thousand stands of the most approved 
pattern, and also a supply of fixed ammunition. The agent carried a letter 
of credit for half a million dollars, and a communication from the Governor 
to Lord Palmerston, requesting him to sanction these purchases by the state. 
The Governor-General of Canada, meanwhile applied to for authority to 



20 IN THE STATE IN 1861 

purchase arms in his territory, replied that he was not permitted to allow 
munitions of war to be taken from that province. In Europe the agent 
found that large orders had been sent out from this country and that the 
Spanish government was a heavy purchaser of arms in the British markets. 
He, however, obtained nineteen thousand Enfield muskets at a cost of three 
hundred and thirty-five thousand dollars. His first shipment was refused 
passage by the English steamship company, though sent to Galway by the 
house of Baring Brothers. 

On the 25th of April the Governor, in accordance with the resolution 
adopted by the State Military Board, issued his proclamation for volunteers 
for twenty-one additional regiments, making the total number of regiments to 
be organized for two years service thirty-eight, and completing the force of 
volunteer Militia authorized by law. 

Public manifestations increased. Nationalities vied with each other in 
the work of raising regiments and sustaining the government. On the 25th 
of April an enthusiastic meeting of the British residents was held in New 
York city; followed a few days later by a Union meeting of the French 
residents. The Germans met frequently in large assemblages, and other 
nationalities were equally active. Distinctive regiments of Irish, Scotch, 
Germans and French were being raised for the war. The Common Council 
of Buffalo made a large appropriation to equip a local regiment. Troy 
established a special depot and raised money for its support. Other cities 
and towns were not behind in the work. Collections were made in churches 
and at other assemblages for furnishing needed supplies for the soldiers and 
for, supporting their families. Active patriotism prevailed in business circles; 
bankers and commercial men were furnishing money by the tens of thosuands. 
Mechanics and manufacturers were vieing with others in the work of for 
warding men and providing for those at home. Representatives of all pro 
fessions and pursuits were found in the ranks or hastening to the rendezvous. 
The Union Defense Committee, the Merchants and the German committees, 
the Chamber of Commerce, churches and citizens of New York city and 
other localities, throughout the state, assisted with money in defraying the 
expenses of the organizations springing up all over the country. 

On the 7th of May the Governor, expressing his gratification at the 
alacrity and self-sacrificing spirit displayed by the people, announced that the 
maximum number allowed by the act of April i6th having been enrolled, 
expenditure of time or means should not be uselessly incurred by the patriotic 
citizens of the state in further efforts for new organizations. 

May 3d, the President issued a call for forty-two thousand and thirty-four 
volunteers for a service of three years, and the War Department granted 



IN THE STATE IN 1861 21 

authority to committees and individuals to recruit regiments, crediting them 
to the state, so that when, May 25th, the organization of the thirty-eight 
two-years regiments was completed, the number of men required from this 
state was found to be already filled, while but a part of the troops raised by 
the state authorities had been accepted by the General Government. This 
created a serious embarrassment and a delay in forwarding troops. The term 
of service of the Xew York contingent had been fixed by law at two years 
and could therefore not be changed, otherwise matters could have been 
arranged more quickly. However, the State Military Board insisted that the 
troops raised by authority of the state should be received without regard to 
those tendered or raised by committees and unofficial persons, and finally, 
June 1 2th, Secretary of War Cameron ordered the muster into the United 
States service of all the regiments which had been enrolled into the state 
service, and not yet mustered in the United States service. A small number 
of these had meanwhile been mustered in for three months, which caused at 
the expiration of that time, when the Governor, at the request of the War 
Department, ordered them to continue in the United States service for the 
unexpired term of their state service considerable dissatisfaction and evil. 
Under the President s call of May 3d and authority received from the War 
Department, there were organized for a service of three years, principally 
under the auspices of the Union Defense Committee of New York city : The 
Garibaldi Guard, the Mozart Regiment, the De Kalb Regiment, the Tammany 
Jackson Guard, the Second, Ninth, Fourteenth and Seventy-ninth regiments 
of Militia. 

May 1 4th the Secretary of War on the part of the President, again 
thanked the Governor and his staff, for seconding the call of the President 
for troops in such prompt and efficient manner. 

Early in July the General Government requested some mounted troops 
and two companies were forwarded, one company composed of volunteers 
from the First, the other of volunteers from the Third, regiment of cavalry 
of the Militia ; they entered the United States service for three months. 

By July 1 2th the last volunteer organization had left the state and at that 
date there had been placed in the United States service by this state : Of the 
organized Militia for three months sen-ice 8,534 men; of two years volun 
teers 30,131 men; of three years volunteers 7,557 men, making a total of 
46,224 officers and enlisted men. The depots were closed and recruiting 
suspended. 

The tide of volunteering was still at flood. Applications for authority to 
raise additional companies were as strongly pressed as at any time since the 
firing upon Fort Sumter, but the General Government declined to accept more 



22 IN THE STATE IN 1861 

men. The Governor asked for the privilege of accepting a certain number of 
companies and suggested that they be sent to camps of instruction within the 
state, and thus a well-drilled force be provided for emergencies. Long 
Island and the vicinity of Buffalo were two of the points suggested for the 
encampment, and the latter city formally tendered an eligible site on the 
shores of Lake Erie for this purpose. In regard to the former locality, a 
competent officer, after examining several points, had selected a suitable 
place not far from New York city. The Federal authorities, however, had not 
assented to this policy, when the defeat at Bull Run, July 2ist, changed the 
aspect of affairs, gave a new direction to the efforts of the state, and opened a 
new period of the war. 

The defeat at Bull Run, while it filled the people with pain and sorrow, 
did not have a depressing effect on their patriotic spirit ; on the contrary the 
desire to uphold the Government, to preserve and protect the Union and the 
Nation seemed, if possible, to grow stronger than at any time before. The 
people at large were also beginning to appreciate that the struggle had but 
commenced, and that the end was not as near as many had heretofore 
believed and expected. Men and means were liberally offered, and when 
on the day after the reverse, the President approved the act of Congress 
authorizing the organization of an army of five hundred thousand men, with 
power to increase the force whenever he should deem it necessary, his action 
and that of Congress were warmly applauded and supported. 

At the request of the President, Governor Morgan issued, July 25th, a 
proclamation calling for twenty-five thousand volunteers for three years 
service, to be organized into twenty-five regiments of infantry, and July 3Oth, 
the Governor, at the request of the War Department, called for volunteers for 
four additional regiments, two of cavalry and two of artillery. 

On the 26th of July three regiments of colored men to serve during the 
war, were tendered to the Governor, with the assurance that their arms, 
equipments, clothing and pay, while in the service, would be provided by the 
colored population of the state. There being no authority to enroll colored 
men, the offer had to be declined; but this appreciation of the struggle 
before the country and the loyal spirit the offer indicated, deserve to be 
placed on record. 

On the 3 ist of July the depots at New York city, Albany and Elmira 
were reopened, with the same efficient officers in command, and recruiting 
and organizing recommenced with vigor and energy. A quota was not 
assigned to the state at the time ; the troops were raised under the act of Con 
gress approved July 22d; however, when in June, 1862, it became necessary 
to determine what the quota should have been, in order to make further calls, 



IN THE STATE IN 1861 23 

it was decided that since the President s call of April I5th, this state should 
have been required to furnish one hundred and nine thousand and fifty-six 
three years volunteers. The Union Defense Committee, the German and 
other committees of New York city, Brooklyn, and the other cities and 
localities of the state, which had rendered such valuable services in April 
and May, renewed their former efforts, and aided in every possible way the 
officers of the state. The ardor of the people cannot be described; requests 
for authority to raise regiments and to recruit companies flooded the military 
department, and it became necessary to establish branch depots for the 
reception of companies and the organization of regiments, to meet the spirit 
of the people and to enable prompt and fruitful co-operation on the part of 
the various committees and many persons of influence. Such depots were 
established between August 23d and November 2d, in the order named, at : 
Oswego, Saratoga, Buffalo, Rochester, Ogdensburg, Auburn, Kingston, 
"Westfield, in the first district of the county of New York, Syracuse, Brooklyn, 
Boonville, Geneseo, Cortlandville, Plattsburgh, Cherry Valley, Potsdam, 
Malone, Unadilla, Hancock, Madison Barracks, Lyons, Utica, Le Roy and 
Nineveh. 

Up to this time the largest portion of the expenses incurred in recruiting, 
quartering, subsisting, uniforming, arming, transporting, and even paying the 
troops raised in the state, especially in the case of the Militia and the two 
years regiments, had been borne by the state; but August I5th, the officers of 
the Regular Army, who had been detailed to muster in the new levy, were con 
stituted disbursing officers of the General Government and, Congress having 
passed the necessary appropriation, provided with funds for the payment of 
expenses of the nature mentioned, relieving the state largely, but not entirely, 
from that duty. 

In August the regiments of the organized Militia, which had so promptly 
marched to the front in April, and had since rendered valuable service on the 
field of battle and in camp and garrison, returned to their home stations and 
were received by a grateful people with enthusiastic demonstrations of 
approval and appreciation. Many of these men at once re-entered the service 
of their country as volunteers. 

A better description cannot be given of the situation at this time, of the 
patriotic spirit pervading all, than is contained in the proclamation of the 
Governor, issued on the 22d of August, and here reproduced, wherein, while 
appealing to the people, he speaks for them in unmistakable words : "A 
conspiracy, not the work of a day. but the result of years of false, wicked and 
traitorous machinations, has, for several months, disturbed the peace of the 
State of New York and of the Federal Union. Its movements have been 



24 IN THE STATE IN 1861 

marked by violence and fraud. Wherever it has manifested itself, it has dis 
regarded the rights of citizens, coerced them into the ranks of its armies, and 
exercised an absolute control over persons and property, in utter defiance of 
the Constitution and laws of the land. Ambitious and designing men, disap 
pointed in their personal aims, have been enabled, chiefly by misrepresenting 
the feelings of one portion of the country toward the other, to usurp and 
exercise a power which has become not only tyrannical and oppressive in the 
several states whose constitutional governments it has temporarily suspended, 
but dangerous to the entire Union. The pretenses originally held forth as a 
justification for acts of lawlessness and treason have been laid aside. The 
intention of the leaders of this wicked Rebellion to destroy the Union, 
cemented by the blood of our forefathers, is now fully manifested ; and elated 
by an accidental success, they audaciously threaten the National Capital. 
As Chief Magistrate of the state, it is my solemn duty to warn all good and 
loyal men of the dangers to which our institutions are exposed, and to urge 
upon them the necessity of an earnest and zealous co-operation with the 
authorities of the state and General Government, of a cheerful contribution 
of their means to support the public credit, and of active enrollment in the 
forces now being organized for the defense of the Union, convinced that the 
tranquillity of the country, so wantonly disturbed, can only be restored by the 
prompt and vigorous suppression of rebellion and treason wherever they 
may appear. The Representatives of the people of the United States, lately 
convened in Congress, at the call of a constitutionally elected President, in 
view of the perils which surround the Union, have, by legislative enactment, 
provided for liberal supplies of men and means for the enforcement of the 
laws, and have thus invited a hearty and zealous response on the part of 
the several states. New York has never wavered in her devotion to the 
Union. She prizes it on account of the many blessings which all parts of the 
country alike have received from it, on account of the memory of her patriot 
sons by whose blood it was purchased, and for the inestimable benefit it 
confers upon the present, and secures to future generations. Her noble 
response to the call of the President, in April last, was such as preserved to 
her the proud title she has long borne in the family of states. Another stage 
in the great Rebellion has been reached; and the Government, appreciating 
the dangers now menacing it, appeals for aid. The whole country, the 
civilized world, now looks to the State of New York. Let the response 
be worthy of her history. Let her answer go back in full ranks of earnest 
men, who justly valuing the magnitude of the interests involved, temporarily 
relinquish their pursuits and prepare to meet the crisis." 



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August 28th, the War Department authorized recruiting for organiza 
tions in the field, and ordered details from such as required recruits, to be 
sent to this state for that purpose. 

Since May the War Department had been granting authority to 
individuals to recruit and organize regiments and batteries, independent of 
the state authorities. Some of these were worthy men, while others were 
not calculated to meet with success. Their recruiting parties were over all 
the state and created innumerable complications and annoyances for the 
authorities. September 5th, upon the representations of the Governor, the 
Secretary of War ordered all residents of the state, who had received from 
his department authority to recruit and organize, to report to the Executive 
of the State for orders, and to complete their respective organizations with his 
approval ; empowering him to revoke any authority granted, or to consolidate 
organizations, as he deemed best for the interests of the country. This action 
was timely, and put an end to the many vexatious delays and interferences 
met with by the state officers. 

To expedite and simplify the organizing, equipping, subsisting and 
forwarding of troops, Governor Morgan consented to accept the position of 
Major-General of United States Volunteers, and October 26th the President 
created the Military Department of New York, comprising the state, and 
placed the Governor, as Major-General, in command of it. Major-General 
Morgan assumed command November ist. 

October 28th, the General Government requested that regiments of 
cavalry be no longer organized, and November 27th it extended the request 
also to infantry. December 3d the War Department, in General Orders, 
directed that more new r regiments should not be recruited; that incomplete 
organizations should be consolidated, and all organizations still in the states 
forwarded as quickly as possible. This of course discontinued recruiting. 
Steps were at once taken to consolidate incomplete organizations which, it 
was thought, would not be able to fill their ranks within a short time. Other 
regiments nearly completed, and whose ranks, it was known, could be filled 
in a few weeks, received special authority to continue recruiting. 

The recruiting parties for organizations in the field had not been idle ; it 
is estimated, no exact account having been recorded, that they recruited and 
sent to their respective organizations before the close of the year about eleven 
thousand men. 

At the close of this year there had been sent to the front since August, or 
rather since September, for August was more a month of preparation than 
of action, forty-two regiments of infantry, ten regiments of cavalry, one 



26 IN THE STATE IN 1861 

battalion of mounted rifles, two regiments of artillery, two battalions of 
artillery, one rocket battalion, nine independent batteries, and four companies 
of Berdan sharpshooters, and there were still left in the state regiments ready 
to start, and others not completed, numbering fourteen thousand two hundred 
and eighty-three men ; making the total number recruited for new and old 
organizations, seventy-five thousand three hundred and thirty-nine men. 



1B02 



^*T HE Legislature of the state met in its eighty-fifth session a few days 
4 I after the commencement of the year. Like its predecessor, it was 
^^ composed of men worthy to represent a loyal and patriotic people. 
The Governor, in his message, ably portrayed the situation and de 
scribed the work of the past year. The session was largely occupied in author 
izing counties, cities, towns and villages to raise means for the equipment 
of volunteers and for the relief of their families. Ordinances and acts by 
communities, already passed and executed, appropriating money in aid 
of the defense of the National Union, were legalized. The Comptroller 
of the state was empowered to provide means to the extent of three 
hundred and fifty thousand dollars, for the pay of volunteers still in the 
state, due on the ist of January, but not yet paid by the United States. 
There was not, on the part of the authorities and the people, any hesitation 
in providing for the soldiers the state had called forth, and for the families 
they had left behind. Measures were also taken for the proper payment and 
distribution, by the state, of such sums of their pay as may have been or would 
hereafter be assigned by the volunteers for the benefit of their families or 
others. Provision was made for the prompt payment of the direct tax levied 
by act of Congress and apportioned to the state; of expenses incurred in the 
organization, equipment and subsistence of troops ; and for reimbursement of 
Militia regiments for clothing and equipments lost and destroyed while in the 
United States service. Toward the close of the session an act was passed for 
the better enrollment of the Militia, the organization and discipline of the 
National Guard, the designation given to the organized Militia, and for public 
defense. February I7th, the Legislature also passed a concurrent resolution 
giving thanks to the officers and soldiers for the recent victories of the 
National arms at Forts Henry and Donelson, at Roanoke Island, Savannah 
and other points. Chapter 420 passed April 22d, incorporated the Union 
Home and School for the education and maintenance of the children of 
volunteers, under the management of noble women of the state. In short every 
thing that could be done for the comfort of those who had entered their 
country s service, for those they left behind, and for those who were vet to 



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enter the ranks, was promptly and loyally done by this Legislature, the 
members of which were : 

IN THE SENATE: 



President, ROBERT CAMPEELL of Bath, the Lieutenant-Governor of the State; 



Senator Monroe Henderson, of the ist dist. 

Jesse C. Smith, 2d 

Henry C. Murphy, 3d 

Christian B. Woodruff, 4th 

Charles G. Cornell, 5th 

John J. Bradley, 6th 

Richard B. Connolly, 7th 

Hezekiah D. Robertson, 8th 

Henry R. Low, gth 

Jacob S. Freer, loth 

William H. Tobey, nth 

Ralph Richards, I2th 

John V. L. Pruyn, I3th 

Joseph H. Ramsey, I4th 

John Willard, I5th 

Russell M. Little, i6th 



Senator C. C. Montgomery, of the 
James A. Bell, 
Alex. H. Bailey, 
George A. Hardin, 
Richard K. Sanford, 
Allen Munro, 
Henry A. Clark, 
Lyman Truman, 
Chauncey M. Abbott, 
Charles J. Folger, 
Charles Cook, 
Lysander Farrar, 
Almanzor Hutchinson, 
Wilkes Angel, 
John Ganson, 
Horace C. Young, 



I7th dist. 

i8th 
1 9th 

20th 
2ISt 
22d 

2 3 d 

24th 

25th 

26th 

27th 

28th 

29th 

30th 

3ist 



IN THE ASSEMBLY: 

Speaker, HENRY J. RAYMOND, of New York city; 



Willet Searles, ist district of Albany; 
Almerin J. Cornell, 2d district of Albany; 
A. Bleecker Banks, 3d district of Albany; 
William Doyle, 4th district of Albany; 
Alvah E. Cruttenden, ist dist. of Allegany; 
Edward D. Loveridge, 2d dist. of Allegany; 
George Bartlett, dist. and county Broome ; 
Andrew L. Allen, ist dist. of Cattaraugus; 
Addison G. Rice, 2d dist. of Cattaraugus ; 
William A. Halsey, ist district of Cayuga; 
Smith Anthony, 2d district of Cayuga; 
Emry Davis, ist district of Chautauqua ; 
Henry C. Lake, 2d district of Chautauqua ; 
Tracy Beadle, dist. and county Chemung; 
David B. Parce, ist district of Chenango ; 
Francis B. Fisher, 2d district of Chenango; 
Lemuel Stetson, dist. and county Clinton ; 
Jacob Ten Broeck, ist dist. of Columbia; 
Samuel Wilbor, 2d district of Columbia ; 
Thomas Barry, dist. and county Cortland ; 
Nelson K. Wheeler, ist dist. of Delaware; 
Daniel Waterbury, 2d dist. of Delaware; 
John B. Dutcher, 1st district of Dutchess; 
Edmund Green, 2d district of Dutchess; 
John W. Murphy, ist district of Erie; 
Horatio Seymour, 2d district of Erie ; 
Ezra P. Goslin, 3d district of Erie ; 



John A. Case, 4th district of Erie; 

Palmer E. Havens, dist. and county Essex; 

Albert Andrus, dist. and county Franklin; 

Jas. H. Burr, counties Fulton and Hamil 
ton; 

Benjamin Pringle, dist. and county Genesee; 

Jonathan B. Cowles, dist. and county of 
Greene ; 

Orson Moore, ist district of Herkimer; 

George Springer, 2d district of Herkimer; 

Jonathan M. Ackley, ist dist. of Jefferson; 

George W. Hazelton, 2d dist. of Jefferson ; 

William Dewey, 3d district of Jefferson; 

Andrew J. Provost, ist district of Kings; 

Richard J. Lalor, 2d district of Kings ; 

William M. Thomas, 3d district of Kings; 

James Darcy, 4th district of Kings ; 

Charles L. Benedict, 5th district of Kings; 

Samuel T. Maddox, 6th district of Kings ; 

Edgar McMullen, 7th district of Kings; 

H. D. H. Snyder, Jr., dist. and county of 
Lewis ; 

Matthew Wiard, 1st district of Livingston; 

Samuel S. Skinner, 2d dist. of Livingston; 

William H. Brand, ist dist. of Madison; 

Albert G. Purdy, 2d district of Madison ; 

Geo. E. McGonegal, ist district of Monroe; 



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Eliphaz Trimmer, 2cl district of Monroe; 
Benjamin R. Wells, 3d district of Monroe; 
Nicholas Newkirk, district and county of 

Montgomery ; 

John Callahan, ist district of Xew York; 
Daniel Leamy, 2d district of New York; 
George L. Loutrel, 3d dist. of New York; 
William J. C. Kenny, 4th dist. A T ew York; 
James \V. Bush, 5th dist. of New York; 
William J. Coey, 6th dist. of New York ; 
Henry J. Raymond, 7th dist. of New York; 
William G. Olvany, 8th dist. of New York; 
Alexander McLeod, Qth dist. of New York; 
Daniel M. O Brien, loth dist. New York; 
Noah A. Childs, nth dist. of New York; 
Andrew Smith, I2th dist. of New York; 
Alexander Ward, i3th dist. of New York; 
Royal Phelps, i-jth dist. of New York; 
David S. Coddington, I5th dist. New York; 
Dennis McCabe, i6th dist. of New York; 
Edward Jones, i/th dist. of New York; 
Benj. H. Fletcher, ist district of Niagara; 
Peter A. Porter, 2d district of Niagara ; 
Charles M. Scholefield, ist dist. of Oneida; 
Eli Avery, 2d district of Oneida; 
Thomas D. Pcnfteld, 3d district of Oneida ; 
Jeremiah Sweet, 4th district of Oneida ; 
Frederick A. Lyman, ist dist. Onondaga; 
Thomas G. Alvord, 2d dist. of Onondaga; 
R. Nelson Gere, 3d district of Onondaga; 
David Pickctt, ist district of Ontario; 
Francis O. Mason, 2d district of Ontario; 
Daniel R. Hudson, ist district of Orange; 
John Van Etten, Jr., 2d dist. of Orange; 
Nicholas E. Darrow, district and county of 

Orleans ; 

Elias Root, ist district of Oswego ; 
Willard Johnson, 2d district of Oswego; 
Benjamin E. Bowen, 3d dist. of Oswego; 
LeRoy E. Bowe, ist district of Otsego; 
Cornelius A. Church, 2d district of Otsego ; 
Thomas H. Reed, dist. and county Putnam; 



Isaac Coles, ist district of Queens; 
Henry D. Hall, 2d district of Queens; 
Charles J. Saxe, ist dist. of Rensselaer; 
David G. Maxon, 2d dist. of Rensselaer ; 
Sylvester Waterbury, 3d dist. of Rensselaer; 
Smith Ely, dist. and county of Richmond; 
James S. Haring, dist. and co. Rockland ; 
Elias P. Townsley, ist dist. St. Lawrence; 
James Redington, 2d dist. of St. Lawrence ; 
Calvin T. Hulburd, 3d dist. St. Lawrence; 
John Fulton, ist district of Saratoga; 
Nathaniel M. Houghton, 2d dist. Saratoga ; 
Simon J. Schermerhorn, district and county 

of Schenectady; 
William Lament, district and county of 

Schoharie ; 
Alvin C. Hause, district and county of 

Schuyler ; 

Peter J. Van Vleet, dist. and county Seneca ; 
Daniel B. Bryan, ist district of Steuben ; 
Henry Sherwood, 2d district of Steuben; 
Samuel M. Alley, 3d district of Steuben; 
John C. Davis, ist district of Suffolk; 
John S. Havens, 2d district of Suffolk; 
Benj. L. Ludington, district and county of 

Sullivan ; 

Benj. F. Tracy, dist. and county of Tioga; 
Ezra Cornell, dist. and county Tompkins ; 
Jesse F. Bookstaver, ist district of Ulster; 
George T. Pierce, 2d district of Ulster; 
Ebenezer Westbrook, 3d district of Ulster; 
Thomas S. Gray, dist. and county Warren; 
George H. Taylor, ist dist. of Washington; 
Philip H. Neher, 2d district Washington; 
Eron N. Thomas, ist district of Wayne; 
Abram Pryne, 2d district of Wayne; 
Pierre C. Talman, ist dist. Westchester; 
Newberry D. Halsted, 2d dist. Westchester ; 
Chauncey M. Depew, 3d dist. Westchester; 
Lucius Peck, dist. and county of Wyoming; 
Darius A. Ogden, dist. and county of Yates. 



The General Government had issued orders, to take effect January ist, 
placing the recruiting service in the states, for the forces in the field, under the 
charge of General Superintendents, and directing that general depots be 
provided for the collection and instruction of recruits. Major John T. 
Sprague, of the Regular Army, was detailed by the War Department as 
General Superintendent for this state, and selected Elmira and Albany as 
points for the establishment of his general depots. The state authorities 
turned over the barracks, hospitals and other facilities at these points to the 



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United States, Colonel E. F. Shepard, aide-de-camp, who had relieved General 
Van Valkenburgh on the ist of December last, being directed, January i8th, 
to turn over the depot at Elmira to Major Sprague, and General Rathbone, 
in command of the depot at Albany, receiving similar directions March 2ist. 
Under this order of the General Government the state authorities were 
relieved from the work of recruiting, except for new regiments and companies, 
but their assistance and co-operation were heartily given to the General 
Superintendent. These orders remained in force until April 3d only, when 
the recruiting service for old organizations was also discontinued. An error, 
whatever may have caused the suspension; men were needed to fill the regi 
ments already in the field, and at the time recruiting for new organizations had 
ceased. Not until June 6th was recruiting resumed, but the state authorities 
issued orders, May 23d, for the recruiting and organization of companies 
for regiments in the field in which vacancies for such existed or could be 
made. January 25th General Yates was relieved from the charge of the 
depot at New York city to take effect February ist, and Colonel George Bliss, 
Jr., detailed to perform the duties connected with the organization of 
volunteer regiments and companies in and about the city of New York. 

The defenses of New York Harbor had been a source of concern for 
some time, and on the I2th of March the Governor ordered General Chester 
A. Arthur, the Inspector-General of the state, to visit the forts in and around 
New York city, to report their condition and what would be necessary to 
place them in a complete state of defense. Upon that officer s report the 
Governor as commanding general of the department, furnished suitable garri 
sons and such armament as could be obtained from the General Government. 

Early in April the Secretary of War requested Major-General Morgan 
to provide accommodation in New York city for the sick and wounded of the 
army on the Peninsula of Virginia, who might be sent to the rear. The 
Legislature had already appropriated thirty thousand dollars for this purpose, 
and plans to expend this sum in such manner as would best promote the 
object in view, had been decided upon. On the i8th, the Governor ordered 
Colonel George Bliss, Jr., to put, under the supervision of the Surgeon- 
General, into proper condition for hospital purposes and for the good care of 
the sick and wounded of the troops from this state, such of the barracks for 
volunteers in or near the city of New York, as would be best calculated for 
that purpose; extensive accommodations were also prepared at Albany. At 
the request of the General Government the state turned over to it all these 
hospitals, except the Park Barracks Hospital at New York city, in which over 
fourteen thousand men of this and other states, received proper care and 



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treatment, on the part of this state, during the months of April, May, June, 
July and August, when it was discontinued. 

On the 1 8th of April General S. Oakley Vanderpoel, Surgeon-General of 
the state, was directed to proceed to Fort Monroe and to General McClellan s 
army to make and superintend on the part of the state, such arrangements 
for the care and treatment of sick and wounded volunteers, arid for their 
transportation home, as in consultation with the medical officers of the army, 
he should find best to promote these objects. On the 24th Colonel Francis M. 
Rotch, aide-de-camp to the Governor, was dispatched to assist the Surgeon- 
General. May 8th, General Arthur w-as sent to Yorktown for the same pur 
pose. Every effort was made by these officers, as far as in their power, to 
provide prompt transportation to the state of, and the needful comforts for, 
the sick. June I2th these efforts were renewed and General Benj. Welch, Jr., 
Chief of Ordnance, and Colonel Rotch, again, sent to Fort Monroe and the 
Army of the Potomac to insure success. Colonel Rotch had also a mission to 
the army relating to the regiments from this state, their condition and the 
appointment and promotion of officers. 

The military department was employed from the beginning of the year to 
the end of April in completing and forwarding the organizations left in the 
state on the last day of the past year. By enlistments these had been 
increased in number, so that when they were turned over to the General 
Government, their total strength \vas nineteen thousand and three men, formed 
in two regiments and four independent batteries of artillery and nineteen 
regiments of infantry. 

May 2ist, the War Department indicated that an additional force of 
infantry volunteers for three years, would be accepted, and on the 23d, the 
Governor issued orders to raise as many companies as practicable, designating 
the depots New York city, Elmira and Albany as places of rendezvous and 
assigning as commandants of these depots Colonels George Bliss, Jr., and E. 
F. Shepard, and General Cuyler Van Vechten, of his staff, respectively. 
Colonel Shepard was relieved by Colonel R. B. Van Valkenburgh July 2ist, 
1862, and he by Major Samuel M. Alley August I4th, 1862. On the comple 
tion of sufficient companies, they were to be formed, at the depots, into 
regiments under field officers appointed by the Governor. 

The movements of the enemy in the Shenendoah Valley were now 
developing themselves to the disadvantage of the Federal arms, and on the 
24th of May the Secretary of War requested the Governor to forward at once 
regiments of the organized Militia the National Guard. The Governor 
promptly responded to the request by ordering the guard to march without 
delay. Between the 26th of May and the 4th of June twelve regiments, the 



32 IN THE STATE IN 1862 

Seventh, Eleventh, Twenty-second, Seventy-first, Eighth, Thirty-seventh, 
Thirteenth, Forty-seventh, Sixty-ninth, Nineteenth, Twenty-fifth and Twelfth, 
completely armed and equipped, numbering in the aggregate eight thousand 
five hundred and eighty-eight men, left the state and entered the service of 
the United States for three months; the Seventh called out for thirty days, 
volunteered for the longer term. More regiments were preparing to follow, 
but as the Secretary of War, the impending danger having been averted, 
requested that more three months men be not sent, their marching orders 
were revoked. The promptness with which the National Guard responded to 
the call of the Governor is worthy of notice. Composed mainly of citizens 
engaged in active business pursuits, it involved no light sacrifice. Most of the 
regiments had volunteered under a similar exigency and seen service in 1861, 
and the value of their services had been fully appreciated and acknowledged 
by the General Government. On this occasion their presence at a critical 
period, \vas no less opportune, and the Secretary of War expressed his 
approval of the alacrity with which they moved to the front, and his sense of 
the importance of the services rendered to the country. 

June 3d, under the act of the Legislature passed April 23d, the Governor 
ordered an enrollment to be made, forthwith, of all persons within the state 
liable to military duty, and intrusted the work to the commanding officers of 
regiments and companies of the National Guard. The enrollment was made, 
but imperfectly. 

June 1 8th, the Trustees of Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, having 
generously tendered a portion of their grounds for the interment of soldiers, 
in the volunteer service from this state, who may fall in battle or die of 
disease, regulations governing such interments, were published by the Adju 
tant-General. 

June 28th, at the suggestion of the Chief Magistrate of this state, the 
Governors of the loyal states united in, and forwarded, the following to the 
President : " The undersigned, Governors of States of the Union, impressed 
with the belief that the citizens of the states which they respectively represent, 
are of one accord in the hearty desire that the recent successes of the Federal 
armies may be followed up by measures which must ensure the speedy restora 
tion of the Union, and believing in view of the important military movements 
now in progress, and the reduced condition of our effective forces in the field, 
resulting from the usual and unavoidable casualties of the service, that the 
time has arrived for prompt and vigorous measures to be adopted by the 
people, in support of the great interests committed to your charge, we respect 
fully request, if it meets with your entire approval, that you at once call upon 
the several states for such numbers of men as may be required to fill up all mili- 



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tary organizations now in the field, and add to the arms heretofore organized 
such additional numbers of men as may, in your judgment, be necessary to 
garrison and hold all of the numerous cities and military positions that have 
been captured by our armies, and to speedily crush the rebellion that still exists 
in several of the Southern States, thus practically restoring to the civilized 
world our great and good Government. All believe that the decisive moment 
is near at hand, and to that end the people of the United States are desirous 
to aid promptly in furnishing all reinforcements that you may deem needful 
to sustain our Government." To this the President replied, July 1st: 
" Gentlemen fully concurring in the wisdom of the views expressed to 
me in so patriotic a manner, by you, in the communication of the 28th day 
of June, I have decided to call into the service an additional force of three 
hundred thousand men. I suggest and recommend that the troops should be 

chiefly of infantry. The quota of your State would be . I trust that they 

may be enrolled without delay, so as to bring this unnecessary and injurious 
civil war to a speedy and satisfactory conclusion. An order fixing the quota 
of the respective states will be issued by the War Department to-morrow." 

The Governor, on the next day, the 2d of July, called upon the people of 
this state, in the following proclamation, to respond to the President s reply : 
" The President of the United States has duly called upon the country for 
an additional force of three hundred thousand volunteers to serve for three 
years, or the war. The wisdom of this is obvious to all. Our army in the 
field has been reduced by the ordinary casualties of the service and must be 
recruited, and the positions captured by our arms must be held by military 
authority. The people appreciate these facts. They fully estimate the mag 
nitude of the great struggle, and the sacred obligations imposed upon them, 
and the necessity of exerting a power that will speedily quell the rebellion, 
restore the rightful authority of the Government and give peace to the country. 
This appeal is to the State of New York ; it is to each citizen. Let it come to 
every fireside. Let the glorious example of the Revolutionary period be our 
emulation. Let each feel that the Commonwealth now counts upon his indi 
vidual strength and influence to meet the demands of the Government. The 
period has come when all must aid. New York has not thus far stood back. 
Ready and more than willing, she has met every summons to duty. Let not 
her history be falsified, nor her position be lowered. We cannot doubt that 
the insurrection is in its death throes : that a mighty blow will end its mon 
strous existence. A languishing war entails vast losses of life, of property, the 
ruin of business pursuits, and invites the interference of foreign powers. 
Present happiness and future greatness will be secured by responding to the 
present call. Let the answer go back to the President and to our brave 



34 IN THE STATE IN 1862 

soldiers in the field, that in New York the patriotic list of the country s 
defenders is augmented. It will strengthen the hands of the one, and give 
hope and encouragement to the other. An order fixing the quota of this state, 
with others, will be immediately issued from the War Department. The 
details of organization will be in accordance with the orders from the 
Adjutant-General of New York. The state will be districted, local committees 
will be appointed, and regimental camps established." 

The quota of this state was fixed at fifty-nine thousand seven hundred 
and five men, and July 7th orders were issued constituting the senatorial 
districts, except the first seven, regimental districts, and directing the forma 
tion of a regimental camp in each. Colonels were selected and appointed, to 
be commissioned when the regiments were recruited. Over three thousand 
authorizations to recruit companies were issued. The state became a vast 
military camp. Prominent citizens in each district were invited to form 
military committees, to assist the state officers in recruiting in their respective 
districts. The response of these gentlemen was what could be anticipated 
from men who, whatever may have been the difference in their political views, 
were earnestly desirous of supporting the Government, and ready to devote 
to that object their means and influence; and the rapidity with which the 
quota of the state was organized and placed in service, is due in a great 
measure to their unremitting, gratuitous and well-directed efforts. 

As a further means of encouraging prompt enlistments, the Governor 
issued on the I /th of July the following proclamation offering a bounty on 
the part of the state : " Formal meetings of the people in different portions of 
the state, and individuals possessing the public confidence, have recommended 
me to convene the Legislature, to the end that a uniform bounty may be pro 
vided, to pay volunteers raised under the recent requisition of the President, 
in such manner that the burden shall not fall unequally upon localities. A 
call of the Legislature and the deliberation incident to the action of that body, 
necessarily involve delay, at a period when immediate action is of vital con 
sequence to the military service. The popular will seems emphatically to 
demand that an additional premium be at once offered to promote enlistments. 
The exigency clearly requires the promptest action. Now, therefore, con 
fidently believing that the people, through their representatives, will ratify and 
confirm this act, and after consultation with those officers, charged especially 
by law with superintending the fiscal concerns of the state, I do hereby offer 
and declare, that in addition to the bounty offered by the General Government, 
a bounty of fifty dollars will at once be paid to each private soldier who 
shall hereafter volunteer into the service of the United States. Regulations 
to that end will be immediately prepared and issued. This provision applies 



IN THE STATE IN 1862 35 

as well to recruits for regiments in the field, as to volunteers for the regi 
ments now being raised. Individual and organized efforts are in no degree to 
be intermitted in consequence of this offer. On the contrary, it is hoped and 
expected that both will be stimulated thereby. The thinned ranks of our 
brave soldiers in the field appeal to us. Duty to ourselves, patriotism, every 
thing we hold most dear, urge us to action. Shall we prove unequal to the 
crisis ? Let the next thirty days answer the momentous question." This was 
an important measure and its effects were immediate. The Commercial Bank 
of Albany advanced the money to the state. On the 3Oth day of August this 
bounty was ordered to be paid after the 6th of September, only to men enlist 
ing in organizations which were in the field before the 2d day of July last, and 
on the 24th day of September it was announced that bounty would not be paid 
by the state for enlistments made after the 3<Dth day of that month. 

On the 2d day of October it was officially proclaimed that the quota of the 
state was not only filled, but that there was also a surplus of twenty-nine thou 
sand men to the credit of the state ; recruiting for three years men on the part 
of the state, was suspended, and the depots opened for nine months men. 

The arming, clothing and equipping of this large force was a labor second 
only to that of recruiting and organizing it. The United States officers 
would turn over to the state authorities from time to time the supplies neces 
sary to prepare the troops for service and the issues to the latter were made 
through the Quartermaster-General, and the Commissary-General of Ordnance 
of the state, to whom great credit is due for the efficiency of their respective 
departments. 

The regiments of the National Guard, which went into service in May 
last, having returned to the state, the Governor issued September 6th, the 
following orders recognizing their services : " The Commander-in-Chief avails 
himself of the occasion of the return of the Seventh, Eighth, Eleventh, 
Twelfth, Thirteenth, Nineteenth, Twenty-second, Twenty-fifth, Thirty- 
seventh, Forty-seventh, Sixty-ninth and Seventy-first regiments of the National 
Guard to the State of New York, to thank them for the services they have 
rendered to the country, and for the honor they have reflected on the state. 
Summoned for the second time within thirteen months, by a sudden and 
urgent call, to the aid of the General Government, they consented cheerfully 
to the sacrifice of private interests, and abandoned, at almost a moment s 
notice, all private occupations to hasten to the defense of the National Capitol, 
then in danger. Habituated to the comforts and enjoyments of wealthy and 
peaceful communities, they have, during their prolonged absence from their 
homes, submitted without a murmur to the hardships, the privations and the 
labors incidental to the life of a soldier, and have discharged with fidelity and 



36 IN THE STATE IN 1862 

alacrity, every duty they were asked to perform, and have stood ready to 
encounter every danger they might be called upon to meet. Their conduct has 
entitled them to the thanks of the Government they were summoned to 
defend, and has won for them the gratitude and confidence of the people. 
It gives assurance that, notwithstanding the vast army of volunteers that 
the State of New York has sent to the defense of the Union, she has, in her 
National Guard, always at her command a military force ready, now as here 
tofore, to respond to any call that may be made on it by the General Govern 
ment, and able at the same time to preserve the peace, maintain the rights 
and defend the liberties of her own people, in whatever form or from what 
ever quarter they may be assailed. The Commander-in-Chief will always 
esteem it among the most important of his duties to aid, by every means in 
his power, in promoting the interests and contributing to the efficiency of 
the citizen soldiery of the State." 

September 24th, the Governors of the loyal states, with them the Chief 
Magistrate of this state, met at Altoona, Pa., and pledged the General Gov 
ernment their cordial support in the prosecution of the war; they recom 
mended the creation of a reserve army of one hundred thousand men ; the 
emancipation of the colored people, and paid deserved tribute to the army in 
the field. 

August 4th, the President, to increase the strength of the regiments in the 
field, issued his proclamation calling out three hundred thousand of the Militia 
of the loyal states for a service of nine months; Congress having previously 
passed an act lengthening the term of service for which the Militia could be 
called out, to that period, at the discretion of the President. On the 7th, the 
War Department issued orders directing that the quotas of this force should 
be furnished forthwith, and prescribing the manner in which the draft should 
be conducted in states, where laws providing for a draft did not exist, or 
where such laws were in any manner defective. The quota of this state was 
fifty-nine thousand seven hundred and five men. By the law of the state the 
strength of the organized Militia was limited to twenty thousand men, and 
of these over eight thousand were already in the field. It became necessary, 
therefore, to have recourse to a draft. The method provided by state law, 
for a draft of the reserve Militia, on careful examination was found to be 
inadequate, and on the I3th it was decided to adopt the plan prescribed by the 
War Department, and the work of enrollment commenced. On the I4th of 
October, the enrollment being nearly completed and the books filed, commis 
sioners and surgeons were appointed for the different counties, to hear and 
determine claims for exemption. It now became necessary to determine the 
number of volunteers already furnished by counties and towns, and this duty 



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was assigned to the existing committees, organized in each district, as already 
stated, to promote recruiting, and, in order not to defeat the object of the 
draft, it was decided not to allow credit for volunteers furnished previous to 
July 2(1, last. The loth of November was finally selected for making the 
draft; but in consequence of the failure of a number of counties to furnish 
returns of the volunteers to be credited, the deficiency for which the draft 
was to be made could not be ascertained ; in the case of other counties where 
the deficiency was not large, the committees were desirous of a further exten 
sion of time to enable them to fill their quotas and avoid a draft altogether. 
Under these circumstances the draft was suspended, and, December 3d, the 
commissioners directed to await further orders. 

This delay in answering the requisition for nine months Militia was not 
prejudicial to the interests of the country. It resulted in increasing the force 
of three years volunteers, men of more value than nine months men, much 
beyond what it would have been had the draft taken place in September 
as originally directed. At that time the quota of three years men, under the 
call of July 2d, was not completed, and to have then resorted to a compulsory 
levy would at once have stopped enlistments for the longer period. In delay 
ing the draft and promoting enlistments for three years, the state not only 
succeeded in completing the quota of July 2d, but also in satisfying the demand 
of August 4th, the surplus of three years men each counting for four nine 
months men in the settlement with the United States, and leaving still a 
surplus of men to the credit of the state. The Tenth regiment of the National 
Guard, Albany, volunteered for a service of nine months, and went into the 
United States service as the One Hundred and Seventy-seventh regiment 
of Volunteers. 

With this year closed the administration of Governor Morgan, the first 
of the war Governors of the State, and during his term the State furnished 
for the prosecution of the war : 

In 1861. Militia, for three months, 2 troops of cavalry and n regiments of 

infantry 8,534 

Volunteers, for two years, 38 regiments of infantry 30,131 

Volunteers for three years, 10 regiments and i 

battalion of cavalry 8,742 

2 regiments, 2 battalions, i rocket battalion, and 

9 independent batteries of artillery 4,434 

T regiment of engineers 855 

50 regiments of infantry 43.582 

Recruits for organizations in the field and 4 com 
panies of U. S. Sharpshooters, estimated 11,000 

68.613 

98,744 



Total for 1861 107,278 



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In 1862. Militia, for three months, 12 regiments of infantry 

Volunteers, for nine months, i regiment of infantry 830 

Volunteers, for three years, i regiment of cavalry. 1,461 
2 regiments, 4 battalions and 14 independent bat 
teries of artillery 57o8 

85 regiments of infantry 78,216 

Recruits for regiments in the field, estimated 20,000 

In the State, December 3ist, not fully organized, 

about 2,000 

107,385 

108,215 



Total for 1862 116,803 



Total for the two years 224,081 

To obtain, however, the full number of men in the United States service from 

this State so far, it will be necessary to add : 

Men in the Regular Army in service May i, 1861, and men who entered the 
same service since that day to the end of 1862, enlisted in this State, less 
1,000 men transferred from the volunteers to the Regular Army 8,731 

Men in the United States Navy and Marine, in service April 15, 1861, a*id 
men who entered the same service since that day to the end of 1862, en 
listed in this State 22,526 

30,257 



These numbers are allotted here pro rata of time ; in another place will be found the 
evidence on which the claim is based; this would make, in fact, the total 255,338 



A record of which the State and the outgoing Governor could well be 
proud, and which, more than any thing else, showed the loyalty and love 
of country of the citizens of New York. 



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k N the ist day of January a new administration came in, and Horatio 
Seymour took the gubernatorial chair of the state, appointing, during 
his term of office, the following as members of his military staff: 
Adjutant-General, John T. Sprague, an officer of the Regular Army; 
Inspector-General, Josiah T. Miller of Seneca Falls ; Judge-Advocate-General, 
Nelson J. Waterbury of New York city ; Surgeon-General, John V. P. Quack- 
enbush, of Albany; Quartermaster-General, S. Visscher Talcott, of Albany; 
Commissary-General of Subsistence, Anthony Eichoff, of New York, re 
signed August i, 1863, and succeeded by Charles G. Halpine, of New York 
city ; Paymaster-General, John D. Van Buren, of New Windsor ; Engineer-in- 
Chief, Isaac Vanderpoel, of Albany; Chief of Ordnance, the constitutional 
Commissary-General, Benjamin Welch, Jr., of Buffalo, who died April 14, 
1863, and was succeeded by James A. Farrell, of Hudson; Aides-de-Camp, 
Bleecker Tibbits, of Albany, from October 21, 1863, and Major Frederic 
Shonnard, Sixth New York Volunteer Artillery, of Yonkers, from August 3, 
1864; Military Secretary, William Kidd, of Albany, from February 15, 1863. 

The change of administration indicated no change in the support by the 
State of the General Government in its defense of the Union. In his message 
to the Legislature Governor Seymour took occasion to say : " While our 
soldiers are periling their lives to uphold the Constitution and restore the 
Union, we owe it to them, who have shown an endurance and patriotism unsur 
passed in the history of the world, that we emulate their devotion in our 
field of duty." 

The Legislature assembled on the 6th day of January in its eighty-sixth 
session and was composed of, 

IN THE SENATE : 

President, DAVID R. FLOYD-JONES, of South Oyster Bay, the Lieutenant-Governor of the 

State ; 



Senator Monroe Henderson, of the ist dist. ; 

Jesse C. Smith, 2d 

Henry C. Murphy, 3d 

Christian B. Woodruff, 4th 

Charles G. Cornell, 5th 

John J. Bradley, 6th 



Senator Richard B. Connolly, of the yth dist. 
Hezekiah D. Robertson, 8th 
Henry R. Low, gth 

Jacob S. Freer, loth 

William H. Tobey, nth 

Ralph Richards, i2th 



IN THE STATE IN 186 



Senator John V. L. Pruyn, of the I3th dist.; 

Joseph H. Ramsey, I4th 

William Clark, I5th 

Russell M. Little. i6th 

Chas. C. Montgomery, i7th 

James A. Bell, i8th 

Alex. H. Bailey, iQth 

George A. Hardin, 20th 

Richard K. Sanford, 2ist 

Allen Munro, 226. 



Senator Henry A. Clark, of the 23d dist. 

Lyman Truman, 24th 

Chauncey M. Abbott, 25th 

Charles J. Folger, 26th 

Charles Cook, 27th 

Lysander Farrar, 28th 

Almanzor Hutchinson, 29th 

Wilkes Angel, 30th 

John Ganson, 3ist 

Horace C. Young, 32d 



IN THE ASSEMBLY: 



Speaker, THEOPHILUS 

William J. Snyder, ist district of Albany; 
John Cutler, 2d district of Albany; 
Henry L. Wait, 3d district of Albany; 
William L. Oswald, 4th district of Albany; 
Alvah E. Cruttenden, ist dist. of Allegany; 
Edward D. Loveridge, 2d district Allegany; 
Francis B. Smith, dist. and county Broome; 
Andrew L. Allen, ist district Cattaraugus ; 
Albert G. Dow, 2d district of Cattaraugus; 
George L. Post, ist district of Cayuga; 
\Villiam P. Robinson, 2d dist. of Cayuga; 
John Steward, ist district of Chautauqua; 
Henry C. Lake, 2d district of Chautauqua; 
Charles Hulett, dist. and county Chemung; 
Elizur H. Prindle, ist district Chenango; 
Francis B. Fisher, 2d district Chenango ; 
George Adgate, dist. and county Clinton; 
Peter G. Kisselbrack, ist dist. Columbia; 
Elias W. Bostwick, 2d dist. of Columbia; 
Henry B. Van Hoesen, dist. and county of 

Cortland; 

Robert W. Courtney, ist dist. of Delaware; 
Francis R. Gilbert, 2d dist. of Delaware; 
Luther S. Dutcher, ist dist. of Dutchess ; 
Joseph C. Doughty, 2d dist. of Dutchess ; 
John W. Murphy, ist district of Erie; 
Horatio Seymour, 2d district of Erie; 
Timothy A. Hopkins, 3d district of Erie; 
Anson G. Conger, 4th district of Erie ; 
Palmer E. Havens, dist. and county Essex; 
Albert Andrus, dist. and county Franklin ; 
William J. Heacock, district and counties of 

Fulton and Hamilton ; 

Loren Green, dist. and county of Genesee; 
Luke Roe, district and county of Greene ; 
Griffin Sweet, ist district of Herkimer; 
Archibald C. McGowan, 2d dist. Herkimer; 
Charles A. Benjamin, ist district Jefferson; 
Levi Miller, 2d district of Jefferson ; 
William Dewey, 3d district of Jefferson; 



C. CALLICOT, of Kings; 

John Paulding, 1st district of Kings; 
Bernard Hughes, 2d district of Kings ; 
Samuel E. Johnson, 3d district of Kings; 
James Darcy, 4th district of Kings ; 
Theophilus C. Callicot, 5th dist. of Kings; 
Henry C. Boswell, 6th district of Kings; 
Charles P. Leslie, 7th district of Kings ; 
John Checkering, dist. and county Lewis ; 
Hamilton E. Smith, ist dist. of Livingston; 
William H. Brand, ist district of Madison; 
George L. Rouse, 2d district of Madison ; 
Samuel Skinner, 2d district of Livingston; 
George E. McGonegal, ist dist. of Monroe; 
Eliphaz Trimmer, 2d district of Monroe; 
William Brown, 3d district of Monroe; 
Freeman P. Moulton, district and county of 

Montgomery ; 

Cornelius Flynn, ist district of New York; 
Daniel Leamy, 2d district of New York ; 
George L. Loutrel, 3d dist. of New York; 
William C. Cover, 4th dist. of New York; 
Henry Rogers, 5th district of New York; 
Julius Korn, 6th district of New York; 
Vincent C. King, 7th district of New York; 
Thomas H. Hill, 8th dist. of New York; 
David V. Freeman, pth dist. of New York; 
Daniel M. O Brien, loth dist. of New York; 
Thomas A. Ledwith, nth dist. New York; 
Andrew Smith, I2th district of New York; 
Alexander Ward, I3th dist. of New York ; 
Robert C. Hutchings, I4th dist. New York; 
Gilbert Dean, i5th dist. of New York; 
Michael McCann, i6th dist. of New York; 
Thomas C. Fields, I7th dist. of New York; 
Benjamin H. Fletcher, ist dist. of Niagara; 
William Morgan, 2d district of Niagara; 
Abram B. Weaver, ist district of Oneida; 
Daniel M. Prescott, 2d district of Oneida; 
Asa S. Sherman, 3d district of Oneida; 
Isaac McDougall, 4th district of Oneida; 



Ix THE STATE IN 1863 



James M. Munro, ist district of Onondaga; 
Elizur Clark, 2d district of Onondaga; 
Joseph Breed, 3d district of Onondaga; 
Perez H. Field, ist district of Ontario; 
Lanson Dewey, 2d dist. of Ontario; 
John D. Van Buren, ist dist. of Orange; 
Charles S. Woodward, 2d dist. of Orange; 
John Parks, dist. and county of Orleans; 
Abner C Mattoon, ist dist. of Oswego; 
Hiram W. Loomis, 2d dist. of Oswego; 
Harvey Palmer, 3d dist. of Oswego; 
William Brooks, ist dist. of Otsego; 
Cornelius A. Church, 2d dist. of Otsego; 
Saxton Smith, dist. and county of Putnam ; 
Charles T. Duryea, ist dist. of Queens; 
Henry S. Lott, 2d district of Queens; 
James McKeon, ist district of Rensselaer; 
John A. Quackenbush, 2d dist. Rensselaer; 
Ebenezer S. Straight, 3d dist. Rensselaer; 
Theodore Frean, dist. and co. Richmond ; 
James S. Haring, dist. and co. Rockland ; 
Elias P. Townsley, ist dist. St. Lawrence; 
James Redington, 2d dist. St. Lawrence; 
Abraham X. Parker, 3d dist. St. Lawrence; 
Ira Brockett, ist district of Saratoga; 
Nat. M. Houghton, 2d dist. of Saratoga; 



John McShea, Jr., dist. and co. Schenectady; 
Stephen L. Mayham, dist. and co. Schoharie ; 
Samuel Lawrence, dist. and co. Schuyler ; 
James McLean, dist. and co. of Seneca; 
John W. Taggart, ist district of Steuben ; 
Henry Sherwood, 2d dist. of Steuben; 
Horace Bemis, 3d district of Steuben ; 
Benjamin F. Wiggins, ist dist. of Suffolk; 
John S. Havens, 2d dist. of Suffolk; 
William Gillespie, dist. and co. Sullivan ; 
Nathaniel W. Davis, dist. and co. Tioga; 
Ezra Cornell, dist. and co. Tompkins ; 
Jesse F. Bookstaver, ist dist. of Ulster; 
Jacob Le Fever, 2d dist. of Ulster; 
Ebenezer Westbrook, 3d district of Ulster ; 
Newton Aldrich, dist. and co. Warren ; 
Asa C. Tefft, ist district of Washington; 
Ervin Hopkins, Jr., 2d district Washington ; 
Thaddeus W. Collins, ist dist. of Wayne ; 
Lemuel Durfee, 2d district of Wayne; 
Pierre C. Talman, ist district Westchester; 
John E. Marshall, 2d dist. of Westchester ; 
Chauncey M. Depew, 3d dist. Westchester; 
Byron Healy, district and co. Wyoming; 
Guy Shaw, dist. and co. of Yates. 



This Legislature, like its predecessors, promptly did all in its power to 
support the contest, and passed laws, legalizing and confirming ordinances and 
acts of cities, towns, counties and villages, and enabling the same in the future, 
to raise money to aid in recruiting, and to assist the families of volunteers in, 
or who might yet enter, the military service. February 2 ist, the action of 
Governor Morgan offering in July 1862, a bounty on the part of the state, 
was confirmed and an appropriation made for the payment of the debt con 
tracted thereby. April I7th, a law was passed which provided a bounty of 
one hundred and fifty dollars for each member of the two years regiments, 
who, having served his term of enlistment, would re-enter the service for not 
less than two years, and a bounty of seventy-five dollars to all others, who had 
enlisted since November ist, 1862, or would hereafter enlist, for three years. 
April 24th, two very important acts became laws of the state; the first incor 
porated the " Soldiers Home," and the second authorized the Governor to 
appoint agents to provide for the transportation and the care of the sick, 
wounded, and the dead, volunteers of the state, and appropriated two hundred 
thousand dollars for this purpose. Among the incorporators of the Soldiers 
Home were Lieutenant-General Scott, Generals McClellan, Wool and Wads- 
worth, and the purpose was " to provide a home and maintenance for officers 
and soldiers who have served, are now serving, or may hereafter serve, in the 



42 IN THE STATE IN 1863 

volunteer forces raised or furnished by, or from, the State of New York, who 
by reason of wounds or other disabilities received, or produced, in the service 
of the United States, or of the State of New York, shall be unable to support 
themselves, and all who, having been honorably discharged, shall be decrepit 
or homeless in their old age." The management of the Home was in the 
hands of trustees, provided for in the act. This was the precursor of the 
Soldiers Home, now in existence, and was to be modelled mainly after the 
Home of the Regular Army at Washington, D. C. The state agents provided 
by the second act, when the law came to be executed, furnished relief to the 
sick, wounded, furloughed and discharged soldiers of this state, while being 
transported to and from their homes; they ascertained the names and con 
dition of all patients from this state in the army hospitals ; kept a register of 
the same and furnished information to all who made inquiry concerning them, 
and thousands of relatives and friends obtained through them accurate infor 
mation of fathers, husbands, brothers and sons in the service ; they facilitated 
the removal of bodies of deceased soldiers to their friends, when such action 
was desired, and later on, they also assisted the discharged soldiers in obtain 
ing arrearages of pay and bounty due them. Agencies were established at 
suitable points, but the main agency was located in New York city, where 
quarters were also rented and provided for the accommodation of volunteers 
of this and other states, passing through the city; over one hundred and ten 
thousand volunteers received relief and comfort at this main agency known 
as the Soldiers Depot alone, and this depot was not closed until March 25, 
1866; the sub-agency at Albany was continued as the Soldiers Home until 
1869, when on the I5th of June its inmates were transferred to the National 
Home for disabled volunteer soldiers then opened in the State of Maine and 
the agency was closed. April 27th, the Legislature appropriated one million 
dollars for the defense of the harbor of New York and the frontiers of the 
state. 

March 3d, the President approved the act of Congress, providing a law, 
and prescribing a method, for drafting men for the military service, whenever 
needed, and authorizing him to call forth the National forces by draft. The 
law created a Provost-Marshal-General for the United States and a Provost- 
Marshal for each congressional district of the states ; provided boards of 
enrollment for each district and other regulations for drafting men. May ist, 
all enlistments for volunteers were, by the General Government, placed 
also in charge of the Provost-Marshal-General, who divided this state into 
three districts, northern, southern, and western, and to assist him appointed 
for these districts Acting: Assistant Provost-Marshal-Generals. The officers 



IN THE STATE IN 1863 43 

acting in these capacities were during the existence of the districts, in the 
northern : Brevet Brigadier-General Frederick Townsend, United States 
Army ; in the southern : Colonel Robert Nugent, Sixty-ninth New York Vol 
unteers, until October 27th, 1863; Brigadier-General William Hays, United 
States Volunteers, until January 3ist, 1865; Brigadier-General E. W. Hinks, 
United States Volunteers, until February 2/th, 1865; and Major R. I. Dodge, 
Twelfth United States Infantry, to the close of the office; in the western: 
Major A. S. Diven, Assistant Adjutant-General United States Volunteers, 
until December 9, 1864, Major John A. Haddock, of the Veteran Reserve 
Corps, until April 10, 1865, and Major Samuel B. Hayman, Tenth United 
States Infantry, to the close of the office. 

Between April 25th and July 4th, thirty-three of the two years regiments, 
still in the service, returned to the state to be mustered out. Of the Fifteenth 
regiment of Engineers (Fifteenth Infantry originally), Third Artillery (Nine 
teenth Infantry originally), the Third, Tenth, and Twelfth regiments of 
infantry, which continued in the service, only the men entitled to be dis 
charged, returned to the state. The Second Independent Battery, formed 
principally of two years men, was also mustered out. These organizations, 
which had left the state with over thirty thousand men, brought back less 
than half that number ; their losses by death alone had been about four thou 
sand officers and enlisted men. They had served in many health-destroying 
campaigns and hard-fought battles; and, faithful sen-ants of the country, 
they were now received by the people with proud approbation, heartfelt joy and 
congratulation. Happiness returned with them to many hearts, and the sorrow 
for those, who would never return, was gently tempered for many more. 

June 1 5th the Secretary of War telegraphed to the Governor to furnish as 
large a force of the Militia as possible, say twenty thousand men, for a short 
term of service. The movements of the enemy had then sufficiently developed 
to indicate that an invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania was contemplated. 
The Governor replied " I will spare no efforts to send you troops at once," 
and issued marching orders to the National Guard of the State. On the 
1 8th, the Adjutant-General of the state informed the Secretary of War that 
about twelve thousand men were then on their way to Harrisburg. On the 
2 ist Secretary Stanton telegraphed for Militia to be forwarded to Balti 
more. Troops continued to be sent with the utmost dispatch. July 2d, the 
Governor of Pennsylvania asked for more troops and three more regiments 
were placed en route for that state. The regiments which took the field in 
this emergency were the Seventh, Eighth, Eleventh, Twenty-third, Seventy- 
first, Fifth, Twelfth, Twenty-second, Thirty-seventh, Sixty-fifth, Seventy- 



44 IN THE STATE IN 1863 

fourth, Fourth, Thirteenth, Twenty-eighth, Fifty-sixth, Sixth, Twenty-first, 
Forty-seventh, Fifty-second, Fifty-fifth, Sixty-seventh, Sixty-eighth, Sixty- 
ninth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth and Eighty-fourth. They were mustered in 
the service of the United States for thirty days. Besides these, the detach 
ments of volunteers scattered throughout the state, were organized, equipped 
and forwarded to Harrisburg. The National Guard received the thanks of 
the President and War Department for their prompt response and service on 
this occasion. 

The General Government, to replenish the army in the field, had decided 
in June, without the issue of a formal call for troops, to draft the necessary 
number, and on the nth of July the state authorities received information 
that the draft was on that day to commence in New York city. There were 
then about six hundred men of the National Guard in the city ; the state was 
virtually stripped of troops; disturbances were apprehended, and the Adjutant- 
General was sent to Washington to request a postponement of the draft, until 
a sufficient military force would be on hand. July I3th, there commenced in 
New York city a riot, unparalleled for atrocity and fiendishness. It is claimed 
that originally a number of honest working men assembled to protest against 
the draft; if so, this element rapidly disappeared, and the dregs of the city 
took advantage of the excitement. It is inconceivable that any decent and 
intelligent being can have taken part in the riot. All available state troops 
were ordered to New York city, and as the Hudson River Railroad was torn 
up, they were directed to take steamers at Albany. The troops in the Harbor, 
Regulars and Volunteers, Navy and Marine, one company from West Point ; 
and one from New Jersey, arrived on the I3th; and the Seventh regiment of 
the National Guard on the i6th. These troops and the magnificent police 
of the city checked the mob and broke the wild phantasy of the miserable 
creatures; and on the I7th law and order reigned once more supreme in New 
York city. In other localities disturbances were feared, but did not take 
place ; in one or two places, however, riots were prevented by the presence of 
troops only. The draft was for the time suspended, but took place in August 
without any further disturbance. 

October I7th, the President called on the country for three hundred 
thousand men, and the quota of this State was placed at eighty-one thousand 
nine hundred and ninety-three men. It is proper to recall here the fact that 
since May ist, the state did not have authority to recruit men for the army 
at large. All this was performed by the Provost-Marshals under the orders 
of the Provost-Marshal-General, and the whole machinery and management 
for procuring men was in the hands of the General Government; only the 



IN THE STATE IN 1863 45 

recruiting of new companies and regiments, sanctioned by the War Depart 
ment, was left to the state authorities. 

November I4th, Major-General Dix, commanding the Military Depart 
ment of the East, of which this state then formed part, represented to the 
Governor that a necessity existed for the employment of a military force to 
protect a portion of the frontier of this state from threatened invasion by 
traitors sojourning in Canada, and asked that a regiment of the National 
Guard be ordered to report to him for such service. The Governor at once 
placed the Seventy-fourth regiment of Buffalo under his orders and the 
regiment entered the United States service for thirty days. 

The organizations in the state on the ist of January and not fully 
organized numbered about two thousand men ; recruiting was almost at a 
standstill ; February 23d, Colonel H. S. Lansing, Seventeenth New York 
Volunteers, was placed in charge of all the troops in process of organization 
in New York Harbor and city ; the incomplete organizations were consoli 
dated and the regiments formed turned over to the United States. 

About the time the two years regiments were to return to the state, 
authority was received from the War Department, to re-organize the same 
or to form new ones of the returned volunteers. Probably three-fourths of 
these men re-entered the service and their example bore fruit. Every effort 
was made, besides the authorized regiments to organize also full companies 
for such of the regiments in the field as had vacancies for them. Still more 
to encourage enlistments it was later decided, that the state bounty, authorized 
by the Legislature in April, should be paid to all men enlisting in the army 
for three years, who should be credited to the state by the orders of the War 
Department. 

During the year there were organized and turned over to the United 
States on the part of the state authorities, of cavalry : the Twelfth ; Fourteenth ; 
Sixteenth ; Twentieth ; First and Second Veteran regiments ; nine companies, 
each, of the Thirteenth and Fifteenth ; ten companies, each, of the Eighteenth 
and Twenty-first ; six companies of the Twenty-fourth ; two companies of the 
Twenty-third, regiments, and three companies of the Second Mounted Rifles ; 
of artillery : four companies of the Eleventh; five companies, each, of the Thir 
teenth and Sixteenth ; ten companies of the Fourteenth ; eleven companies of 
the Fifteenth ; one company of the Third, regiments, and the Thirty-third 
Independent Batten- ; of sharpshooters : the Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and Ninth 
companies; of engineers: one company for the Fifteenth regiment; and of 
infantry : the Seventeenth Veteran, the One Hundred and Sixty-eighth, the 
One Hundred and Seventy-eighth regiments ; four companies of the Fifth 



46 IN THE STATE IN 1863 

Veteran, three companies for the Sixty-third regiments, and two companies 
for the Independent Battalion. 

The One Hundred and Sixty-eighth and One Hundred and Seventy- 
seventh regiments of infantry, and the Ninth company of sharpshooters, nine 
months organizations, were mustered out October 3ist, September loth, and 
August 5th, 1863, respectively. 



3ftt 



1BH4 



ITH the new year a new Legislature (the eighty-seventh) met, com 
posed as follows: 



SENATE : 
President, DAVID R. FLOYD-JONES, of South Oyster Bay, the Lieutenant-Governor; 




Senator Robert Christie, Jr., of the istdist. 

Demas Strong, 2d 

Henry C. Murphy, 3d 

Christian B. Woodruff, 4th 

Luke F. Cozans, 5th 

William Laimbeer, Jr., 6th 

Thomas C. Fields, /th 

Saxton Smith, 8th 

Archibald C. Niven, gth 

George Beach, loth 

John B. Dutcher, nth 

Frederick H. Hastings, I2th 

Ira Shafer, I3th 

Orson M. Allaben, i4th 

James M. Cook, I5th 

Palmer E. Havens, i6th 



Senator Albert Hobbs, of the I7th dist. 

James A. Bell, i8th 

Alexander H. Bailey, iQth 

George H. Andrews, 2Oth 

Cheney Ames, 2ist 

Andrew D. White, 226. 

Frederick Juliand, 23d 

Ezra Cornell, 24th 

Stephen K. Williams, 25th 

Charles J. Folger, 26th 

Stephen T. Hayt, 27th 

George G. Munger, 28th 

Daniel H. Cole, 2Qth 

Wilkes Angel 3Oth 

James M. Humphrey, 31 st 

Norman M. Allen, 32d 



ASSEMBLY : 

Speaker, THOMAS G. ALVORD, of Onondaga; 



Harris Parr, 1st district of Albany; 
Morgan L. Filkins, 2d district of Albany; 
Thomas McCarty, 3d district of Albany; 
William L. Oswald, 4th district of Albany; 
Charles M. Crandall, 1st dist. of Allegany; 
Morris S. Chase, 2d district of Allegany; 
Mulford Xorthrup, dist. and co. Broome; 
Smith Parish, ist district of Cattaraugus; 
Albert G. Dow, 2d dist. of Cattaraugus; 
Benjamin M. Gose, ist dist. of Cayuga; 
William P. Robinson, 2d dist. of Cayuga; 
John Steward, ist dist. of Chautauqua; 
Julien T. Williams, 2d dist. Chautauqua; 
William T. Post, dist. and co. Chemung; 
George W. Sumner, ist dist. of Chenango; 
Dyer D. Bullock, 2d district of Chenango; 
George Hallock, dist. and county Clinton ; 
Amos Miller, ist dist. of Columbia; 



Wright H. Barnes, 2d dist. of Columbia; 
Benj. F. Tillinghast, dist. and co. Cortland ; 
Jerome B. Landfield, ist dist. Delaware; 
Francis R. Gilbert, 2d dist. of Delaware; 
James Howard, ist dist. of Dutchess; 
John N. Cramer, 2d dist. of Dutchess; 
Walter W. Stanard, ist district of Erie; 
Frederick P. Stevens, 2d district of Erie ; 
Timothy A. Hopkins, 3d district of Erie; 
Seth Fenner, 4th district of Erie ; 
Wm. H. Richardson, dist and co. Essex ; 
Albert Andrus, dist. and county Franklin ; 
William A. Smith, district and counties of 

Fulton and Hamilton; 

Loren Green, dist. and county of Genesee; 
Wm. W. Pettit, dist. and county Greene ; 
John H. Wooster, ist district of Herkimer; 
Ezra D. Beckwith, 2d district of Herkimer ; 



IN THE STATE IN 1864 



George M. Hopkinson, ist district Jefferson; 
Lewis Palmer, 2d district of Jefferson ; 
William Dewey, 3d district of Jefferson; 
Philip S. Crook, ist district of Kings; 
John O Connor, 2d district of Kings; 
Edward D. White, 3d district of Kings; 
Andrew Walsh, 4th district of Kings; 
John C. Perry, 5th district of Kings; 
Angelo Newton, 6th district of Kings; 
Jacob Worth, 7th district of Kings; 
John O Donnell dist. and co. of Lewis; 
Hamilton E. Smith, ist dist. of Livingston; 
Jonathan B. Morey, 2d dist. of Livingston ; 
John W. Lippitt, ist district of Madison; 
Daniel F. Kellogg, 2d district of Madison; 
Fairchild Andrus, ist district of Monroe; 
John M. Convill, 2d district of Monroe ; 
William Rankin, 3d district of Monroe; 
John Kellogg, dist. and co. Montgomery; 
Jacob L. Smith, ist district of New York- 
William P. Kirk, 2d district of New York; 
George M. Curtis, 3d district of New York; 
James B. Murray, 4th district of New York ; 
Henry Rogers, 5th district of New York; 
Walter J. Burke, 6th district of New York ; 
Erastus C. Benedict, 7th dist. New York; 
Wm. G. Olvany, 8th dist. of New York; 
Samuel C. Reed, gth district of New York; 
Anthony Eichoff, loth dist. of New York; 
Corolan O Brien Bryant, nth dist. New 

York; 

Joseph A. Lyons, I2th dist. of New York; 
Thomas Ryan, I3th district of New York- 
Michael N. Salmon, I4th dist. New York; 
Stephen B. Pinckney, I5th dist. New York; 
Michael McCann, i6th dist. of New York; 
Sidney P. Ingraham, Jr., i/th dist. New 

York; 

James Jackson, Jr., ist dist. of Niagara; 
William Morgan, 2d district of Niagara ; 
Abram B. Weaver, ist district of Oneida; 
Levi Blakeslee, 2d district of Oneida; 
Chauncey Brodock, 3d dist. of Oneida; 
John W. Douglas, 4th dist. of Oneida; 
Albert L. Green, ist dist. of Onondaga; 
Thomas G. Alvord, 2d dist. of Onondaga ; 
Conrad Shoemaker, 3d dist. of Onondaga; 
Perez H. Field, ist district of Ontario ; 



Lanson Dewey, 2d dist. of Ontario ; 
Nathaniel W. Howell, ist district Orange; 
Charles S. Woodward, 2d dist. of Orange; 
Edmund L. Pitts, dist. and county Orleans ; 
Abner C. Mattoon, ist district of Oswego ; 
Hiram W. Loomis, 2d district of Oswego; 
Harvey Palmer, 3d district of Oswego; 
James Young, ist district of Otsego ; 
George M. Hollis, 2d district of Otsego ; 
Jeremiah Sherwood, dist. and co. Putnam ; 
Charles T. Duryea, ist district of Queens; 
Charles McNeill, 2d district of Queens ; 
James McKeon, ist dist. of Rensselaer; 
George W. Banker, 2d dist. of Rensselaer; 
James Dearstyne, 3d district of Rensselaer; 
William H. Rutan, dist. and co. Richmond ; 
James S. Haring, dist. and co. Rockland; 
George Parker, ist district of St. Lawrence; 
James Redington, 2d district St. Lawrence ; 
Abraham X. Parker, 3d dist. St. Lawrence ; 
Ira Brockett, ist district of Saratoga; 
Edward Edwards, 2d district of Saratoga ; 
Charles Stanford, dist. and co. Schenectady; 
Peter P. Schoolcraft, dist. and county of 

Schoharie ; 

Lorenzo Webber, dist. and co. Schuyler ; 
William T. Johnson, dist. and co. Seneca ; 
William E. Bonham, ist dist. of Steuben ; 
Alexander Olcott, 2d dist. of Steuben; 
J. Harvey Stevens, 3d district of Steuben; 
William H. Gleason, ist district of Suffolk; 
Henry C. Platt, 2d district of Suffolk; 
James Matthews, dist. and county Sullivan ; 
James Thompson, dist. and county Tioga ; 
Henry B. Lord, dist. and county Tompkins ; 
Jesse F. Bookstaver, ist district of Ulster; 
Jacob Le Fever, 2d district of Ulster ; 
Thomas Hill, ^d district of Ulster; 
Robert Waddell, dist. and county Warren ; 
R. King Crocker, ist district Washington; 
Andrew G. Meiklejohn, 2d dist. Washington ; 
Thaddeus W. Collins, ist dist. of Wayne; 
Lemuel Durfee, 2d district of \Vayne ; 
Franklin W. Gilley, ist district Westchester; 
Alsop H. Lockwood, 2d dist. Westchester ; 
George A. Brandreth, 3d dist. Westchester; 
Byron Healy, dist. and county Wyoming ; 
Oren G. Loomis, dist. and county of Yates. 



This Legislature passed laws to promote the re-enlistment of volunteers, 
and to encourage the enlistment of persons into organizations already in the 
service ; it authorized the boards of supervisors of counties to borrow money 
and to levy taxes for the payment of bounties to volunteers, or for the expenses 



IN THE STATE IN 1864 49 

of their enlistment, for aid to their families, to pay any liabilities incurred 
therefor, or that may hereafter be incurred; it legalized the ordinances of 
municipalities and other corporations, already passed, for the same purposes; 
it appropriated means to provide grounds for the final resting place of the 
remains, and for monuments to perpetuate the memory of the soldiers of this 
state, who fell in the defense of the Union on the battle-fields of Gettysburg 
and Antietam; it perfected an amendment to the Constitution of the State, 
providing for the vote of electors while in the military service of the United 
States, and passed a law for the protection of the civil rights of the citizens 
of the state, while serving in the army or navy of the country. 

Special permission was received from the War Department to recruit two 
regiments and one hundred companies for one, two, or three years service. 
In organizing and completing these, difficulties were encountered; the ma 
chinery of the provost marshal s office gave greater facilities to citizens, w r ho 
were acting as recruiting officers, than the state could offer, and the payment 
of bounty on the part of the state ceased under the operations of the law on 
the 3 ist of March. 

On the 2 ist of April the Secretary of War requested the Governor to 
furnish one or two regiments of Militia to guard deserters, stragglers, etc., 
being forwarded to the army. On the 23d of the same month, Major-General 
Dix, by the authority of the President, called on the Governor for one or two 
more regiments to occupy the defenses of New York harbor. July 5th, the 
Secretary of War, a rebel force having invaded Maryland, requested the 
Governor to furnish a military force to serve not more than one hundred days, 
to which the Governor replied : " I will do what I can." The necessary steps 
to comply with these requests were promptly taken, and the following regi 
ments entered the United States service for one hundred days : the Sixty- 
ninth, Eighty-fourth, Ninety-third, Fifty-fourth, Fifty-sixth, Seventy-seventh, 
One Hundred and Second, Twenty-eighth, Ninety-eighth, Ninety-ninth, Fifty- 
eighth ; First Battalion of artillery and companies A and B of the Fiftieth 
regiment; for thirty days the Thirty-seventh and Fifteenth. 

In August, September and October there were again appearances of 
possible disturbances on the northern frontiers of the state, and all the neces 
sary steps were taken by the state Government to defend them; the Militia 
along the frontier was ordered to be in readiness for instant service and por 
tions of the Sixty-fifth and Seventy-fourth regiments of the National Guard 
were in October and November placed on active duty, until later in November 
the General Government took charge of the protection of the frontier. 

The term of service of a large number of the volunteer organizations 
expired in the course of this year and they returned to the state for final 



50 IN THE STATE IN 1864 

discharge. Many regiments had re-enlisted in the field in the latter part of 
1863 and early part of this year, they also returned to the state on veteran 
furlough, invariably taking the field with increased numbers. All these 
organizations met in the state with brilliant and joyful receptions and ovations, 
showing fully the high appreciation of their services by the people, and the 
respect entertained by all for the country s brave defenders. 

In the course of the year there were recruited, organized and forwarded 
by the state authorities, of cavalry : six companies for the Second ; three com 
panies, each, for the Thirteenth and Fifteenth; two companies, each, for the 
Eighteenth and Twenty-first ; nine companies for the Second Mounted Rifles ; 
six companies for the Twenty-fourth; the Twenty-second and Twenty-fifth 
regiments, complete ; of artillery : one company, each, for the Third and Sixth ; 
seven companies, each, for the Thirteenth and Sixteenth, and two companies 
for the Fourteenth regiments ; of engineers : one company for the Fifteenth, 
and two companies for the Fiftieth regiments ; of infantry : one company,, 
each, for the Fifty-seventh, Sixty-third, Eightieth, One Hundred and Twenty- 
fourth, One Hundred and Thirty-seventh, One Hundred and Forty-second 
and One Hundred and Fifty-ninth ; three companies, each, for the Sixty-ninth 
and Ninetieth ; six companies for the One Hundred and Eighty-seventh ; nine 
companies for the One Hundred and Eighty-eighth, and the Seventh Veteran ; 
the One Hundred and Seventy-ninth, One Hundred and Eighty-fourth, One 
Hundred and Eighty-fifth, One Hundred and Eighty-sixth and One Hundred 
and Eighty-ninth regiments, complete. 

The accounts between the State and the United States as to the number 
of men furnished by the former since 1861 were not brought into harmony 
until after July this year; the differences existing caused a great deal of 
annoyance at times, but were finally settled to the satisfaction of all. 

With this year closed the administration of the second war Governor of 
the State, Horatio Seymour; and during it the state furnished men for the 
defense of the country: 

In 1863. Militia for thirty days service 14.475 

Volunteers, through the authorities of the State. 14,805 
Recruits sent to regiments in the field, through 

the U. S. Superintendent of Recruiting 1,653 

Enlisted by Provost-Marshals 11,060 

Re-enlisted in the field, estimated 10,000 

Drafted men and substitutes, drafts of July and 

August 9,176 

46,694 



Total for the year 61,169 



IN THE STATE IN 1864 



In 1864. Militia for one hundred days service, 5,640; for thirty 

days service, 791 ; total 6,431 

Volunteers, through the State authorities 17,^61 

Re-enlisted in the field 10,518 

Drafted men, substitutes, and enlistments and 

credits by Provost-Marshals 128,657 

156,436 



Total for 1864 162,867 

Total for the two years 224,036 

To obtain the correct number of men, there are to be deducted from this sum, the 
men credited to the State in February, 1864, for service in the navy, but properly 
apportioned to the years 1861 and 1862, as enlisted during those years 16,722 



Leaving a balance of 207,314 

And there should be added enlistments in the Regular Army to including November 

1863, but not credited, as shown later on, pro rata of time 3,940 

Enlistments in New York in the U. S. Navy during the war, but not credited, less 

1,000 transferred from the volunteers, pro rata of time 2,409 



Making the total number of men furnished in 1863 and 1864 213,663 



-Itt 1BH5 



^^ NOTHER change in the administration of the state took place with 
TjL this year, and Reuben E. Fenton was inaugurated, January ist, as 
Jw V the Chief Magistrate of the Empire State. In his message to the 
Legislature the Governor stated that on the ist of December last, 
the state was credited by the War Department with an excess of men fur 
nished of five thousand three hundred and one, and recommended that the 
laws relating to bounties paid by localities should be amended so as to fix the 
maximum amount which each locality could raise by legal taxation, and to 
enable them to raise and pay these bounties with a view to future contin 
gencies, so that men could be obtained in advance of future calls, and he con 
cluded his message as follows: "The Constitution of the Union makes it 
the duty of the National Government to maintain for the people of all the 
States republican governments. It is no less the duty of each state to throw 
its whole weight and influence firmly on the side of this great fundamental 
requirement. This Government our fathers intended to establish and trans 
mit as a legacy to posterity. Irrespective of the divisions into states, we are 
called upon to maintain and perpetuate the trust. Eighty years of enter 
prise, prosperity and progress have not lessened our obligations, nor checked 
our devotion to the great cause of civil liberty. It is not a mistake to assume 
that, whatever exigency may follow, whether domestic or foreign, the great 
body of the people will go forward to meet and overcome it with the same 
firm and irresistible energy which characterized our ancestors, and has 
marked the subsequent course of our civilization. In this patriotic deter 
mination of the people for unity, liberty and the Constitution, I shall, at all 
times, earnestly join." 

As his military staff the Governor appointed : Adjutant-General, William 
Irvine, of Corning; Inspector-General, George S. Batcheller, of Saratoga 
Springs; Judge-Advocate-General, Alexander W. Harvey, of Buffalo; Quar 
termaster-General, Edwin A. Merritt, of Pierpont ; Surgeon-General, Sylvester 
D. Willard, of Albany, died April 2d, 1865, succeeded by James E. Pomfret, 
of Albany ; Paymaster-General, Selden E. Marvin, of Jamestown ; Engineer- 
in-Chief, James B. Swain, of New York city ; Chief of Ordnance, the consti 
tutional Commissary-General, James A. Farrell, of Hudson, until April 25, 
1865, when succeeded by Frank Chamberlain, of Albany; Aides-de-Camp, 



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53 



Michael J. Farrell, George B. Lincoln, Jr., George W. Palmer, and Military 
Secretary, George S. Hastings (only those are named who were in office until 
June 3Oth, 1865). 

The eighty-eighth session of the Legislature of the State commenced 
January 3d ; its members were in the 

SENATE : 



President, THOMAS G. ALVORD, of Salina, Lieutenant-Governor of the State; 



Senator Robert Christie, Jr., of the ist dist. ; 

Demas Strong, 2d 
Henry C. Murphy, 3d 

Christian B. Woodruff, 4th 

Luke F. Cozans, 5th 
William Laimbeer, Jr., 6th 
Thomas C. Fields, "th 

Saxton Smith, Sth 

Henry R. Low, gth 

George Beach, loth 

John B. Dutcher, nth 

Frederick H. Hastings, I2th 

Ira Shafer, ijth 

Orson M. Allaben, I4th 

James M. Cook, I5th 

Palmer E. Havens, i6th 



Senator Albert Hobbs, of the 
James A. Bell, 
Alexander H. Bailey, 
George H. Andrews, 
Cheney Ames, 
Andrew D. White, 
Frederick Juliand, 
Ezra Cornell, 
Stephen K. Williams, 
Charles J. Folger, 
Stephen T. Hayt, 
George G. Munger, 
Daniel H. Cole, 
Wilkes Angel, 
James M. Humphrey. 
Norman M. Allen, 



I7thdist.; 
i8th 



20th 
2ISt 
22d 

23d 

24th 
25th 
26th 
27th 
28th 



30th 
3ist 



ASSEMBLY : 

Speaker, GEORGE G. HOSKIXS, of Wyoming; 



Harmon H. Vanderzee, 1st dist. of Albany; 
Oliver M. Hungerford, 2d dist. of Albany; 
Alexander Robertson, 3d dist. of Albany ; 
Michael A. Xolan, 4th district of Albany; 
Charles M. Crandall, ist dist. of Allegany ; 
Albon A. Lewis, 2d dist. of Allegany; 
Edward C. Merserau, dist and co. Broome; 
William P. Angel, ist dist. of Cattaraugus ; 
E. Curtiss Topliff, 2d dist. of Cattaraugus ; 
Benjamin M. Close, ist district of Cayuga; 
John L. Parker, 2d district of Cayuga; 
Sextus H. Hungerford, ist dist. Chautauqua; 
Martin Crowell, 2d district of Chautauqua ; 
William T. Post, dist and co. Chemung; 
George W. Sumner, ist dist. of Chenango; 
Samuel S. Stafford, 2d dist. of Chenango; 
Smith M. Weed, dist. and county Clinton ; 
Walter Shutts, ist dist. of Columbia; 
Samuel W. Carpenter, 2d dist. Columbia; 
Dann C. Squires, dist. and county Cortland; 
Ira E. Sherman, ist district of Delaware; 
James Oliver, 2d district of Delaware; 
James Howard, ist district of Dutchess; 



Mark D. Wilber, 2d district of Dutchess ; 
\Valter W. Stanard, ist district of Erie; 
Harman S. Cutting, 2d district of Erie; 
John G. Langner, 3d district of Erie ; 
Edwin W. Godfrey, 4th district of Erie; 
Wm. H. Richardson, dist. and co. Essex ; 
James W. Kimball, dist. and co. Franklin ; 
W r alter N. Clark, dist. and counties of Ful 
ton and Hamilton ; 

John W. Brown, dist. and co. Genesee; 
Prentiss W. Hallenbeck, dist. and co. Greene ; 
Henry Tillinghast, ist dist. of Herkimer; 
E. Bradley Lee, 2d district of Herkimer; 
James K. Kellogg, ist dist. of Jefferson; 
Lewis Palmer. 2d district of Jefferson; 
Russel B. Biddlecom, 3d dist. Jefferson ; 
Jarvis Whitman, ist dist. of Kings ; 
William D. Veeder, 2d district of Kings ; 
Stephen Haynes, 3d district of Kings; 
Patrick Burns, 4th district of Kings; 
John C. Perry, 5th district of Kings; 
Henry C. Boswell, 6th dist. of Kings; 
Jacob Worth, 7th district of Kings; 



54 



IN THE STATE IN 1865 



Nathan Clark, dist. and county of Lewis; 
Hugh D. McColl, ist district of Livingston; 
Jonathan B. Morey, 2d dist. of Livingston; 
Alfred A. Brown, ist district of Madison; 
Alvin Strong, 2d district of Madison; 
Fairchild Andrus, ist district of Monroe; 
John M. Convill, 2d district of Monroe; 
William Rankin, 3d district of Monroe; 
Simeon Sammons, dist. and co. Montgomery ; 
Jacob L. Smith, ist district of New York; 
Bryan Gaughan, 2d district of New York; 
George L. Loutrel, 3d dist. of New York; 
James B. Murray, 4th dist. of New York; 
Charles Elauvelt, 5th dist. of New York; 
Edward S. Maloy, 6th dist. of New York ; 
Thomas F. Stewart, 7th dist. of New York; 
Jacob Seebacher, 8th dist. of New York; 
Samuel C. Reed, pth dist. of New York; 
Thomas J. Creamer, loth dist. of New York; 
John McDonald, nth dist. of New York; 
Joseph A. Lyons, I2th dist. of New York; 
Alexander Ward, i3th dist. of New York; 
Michael N. Salmon, i4th dist. of New York; 
Thomas B. Van Buren, I5th dist. New York; 
John Keegan, i6th district of New York ; 
Sidney P. Ingraham, Jr., I7th district of 

New York; 

Albert H. Pickard, ist district of Niagara; 
Guy C. Humphrey, 2d district of Niagara; 
Abram B. Weaver, ist dist. of Oneida; 
Lorenzo Rouse, 2d district of Oneida; 
Thomas D. Penfield, 3d dist. of Oneida ; 
George W. Cole, 4th district of Oneida ; 
Albert L. Green, ist district of Onondaga; 
Daniel P. Wood, 2d district of Onondaga; 
Harvey P. Tolman, 3d dist. of Onondaga; 
Volney Edgerton, ist district of Ontario; 
Edward Brunson, 2d district of Ontario; 
Ananias B. Hulse, 1st district of Orange; 
Theodore H. Cooper, 2d district of Orange; 
Edmund L. Pitts, dist. and co. Orleans; 
Elias Root, ist district of Oswego; 



Richard K. Sanford, 2d dist. of Oswego; 
Avery W. Severance, 3d dist. of Oswego; 
Luther I. Burditt, ist district of Otsego; 
George M. Hollis, 2d district of Otsego ; 
Jeremiah Sherwood, dist. and co. Putnam ; 
William Turner, ist district of Queens; 
Charles McNeill, 2d district of Queens ; 
George C. Burdett, ist dist. of Rennselaer; 
Robert M. Hasbrouck, 2d district Rensselaer ; 
Matthew V. A. Fonda, 3d dist. Rensselaer; 
James Ridgway, dist and co. Richmond ; 
Prince W. Nickerson, dist. and co. Rockland; 
George Parker, ist dist. of St. Lawrence; 
James Redington, 2d dist. of St. Lawrence; 
Daniel Shaw, 3d dist. of S.t. Lawrence; 
George W. Chapman, ist dist. of Saratoga; 
Edward Edwards, 2d district of Saratoga; 
Charles Stanford, dist. and co. Schenectady; 
Edward Eldridge, dist. and co. Schoharie ; 
Lorenzo Webber, dist. and co. Schuyler ; 
George B. Daniels, dist. and co. Seneca ; 
William E. Bonham, ist dist. of Steuben; 
Alexander Olcott, 2d district of Steuben ; 
Horace Bemis, 3d district of Steuben; 
William H. Gleason, ist district of Suffolk; 
Henry C. Platt, 2d district of Suffolk; 
James Matthews, dist. and county Sullivan ; 
Wm. W. Shepard, dist and county Tioga ; 
Henry B. Lord, dist. and co. Tompkins ; 
Jesse F. Bookstaver, ist district of Ulster; 
Jacob Le Fever, 2d district of Ulster; 
Andrew S. Weller, 3d district of Ulster; 
Jerome Lapham, dist. and county Warren ; 
Alexander Barclay, ist district Washington; 
Sylvester E. Spoor, 2d dist. Washington; 
Thaddeus W. Collins, ist dist. of Wayne; 
William H. Rogers, 2d district of Wayne; 
Pierre C. Talman, ist dist. of Westchester; 
Alsop H. Lockwood, 2d district Westchester ; 
George A. Brandreth, 3d dist. Westchester; 
George G. Hoskins, dist and co. Wyoming ; 
Eben S. Smith, dist. and county of Yates. 



Such duties as fell to the Legislature to promote the prosecution of the 
war, were promptly carried out by it. February loth, an act was passed 
establishing a uniform system of bounties throughout the state, and assuming 
their payment by the state. This act contemplated and allowed the payment of 
a bounty of two hundred and fifty dollars to every drafted man; of three 
hundred dollars to every volunteer enlisted for one year s service; of four 
hundred dollars to every volunteer enlisted for two years; of six hundred 
dollars to every volunteer enlisted for three years; and according to length 



Ix THE STATE IN 1865 55 

of service, the same amount to each person furnishing a substitute. The law 
was not perfect however, and was amended from time to time until April 7th, 
when it was placed in condition permitting operations under it. The intention 
originally, was to have the bounty paid by state officials to the persons, entitled, 
themselves ; but owing to the delay in perfecting the law, localities were 
authorized to continue the system under which they had acted heretofore, and 
were finally reimbursed by the state in accordance with this act and chapter 
325, passed later in the session. 

February 24th, the Legislature passed a concurrent resolution giving the 
thanks of the people of this state to the men who volunteered to defend the 
integrity of the Union and the flag which represents its sovereignty, on the 
bloody fields where rebellion has raised armed opposition to the National 
Government. 

On the 25th of March the Legislature, representing the people, in 
concurrent resolutions, gave thanks to Brigadier-General N. Martin Curtis, 
the Third, One Hundred and Twelfth, One Hundred and Seventeenth, One 
Hundred and Forty-second, Forty-seventh, Forty-eighth, One Hundred and 
Fifteenth, One Hundred and Sixty-ninth regiments of Infantry and the 
Sixteenth regiment of Artillery, New York Volunteers, commanded respec 
tively by Captain James Reeves, Colonel John F. Smith, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Francis R. Meyer, Colonel Albert W. Barney, Colonel Christopher MacDonald, 
Lieutenant-Colonel W. B. Coan, Lieutenant-Colonel Nathan Johnson, Colonel 
Alonzo Alden and Major F. W. Prince for the gallant achievements at Fort 
Fisher, North Carolina. 

December 19, 1864, the President called for three hundred thousand 
men, and January 17, 1865, notice was received that the quota of the state was 
sixty-one thousand and seventy-six men. To avoid a general draft in the 
state, authority was asked and obtained from the War Department, to organize 
new regiments and independent companies. When on the I4th of April 
the Secretary of War ordered the discontinuance of recruiting and of the 
draft, the State Military Department had turned over to the General Govern 
ment : five companies for the Twenty-sixth regiment of Cavalry ; one com 
pany, each, for the Seventy-fifth, and the One Hundred and Ninetieth; two 
companies for the One Hundred and Ninety-first; the One Hundred and 
Ninety-second, One Hundred and Ninety-third, and One Hundred and Ninety- 
fourth regiments, complete ; and the Thirty-fifth and a number of other, 
incomplete, independent companies, of infantry; and the state had received 
credit on this last call and quota, as having furnished, 34,196 enlistments, to 
which should be added enlistments in the Navy made in the state during the 
war but not credited, pro rata of time, 568; total 34,764. 



56 IN THE STATE IN 1865 

June 7th, the Governor issued the following congratulatory address to the 
soldiers from this state : " Soldiers of New York : your constancy, your 
patriotism, your faithful services and your valor have culminated in the main 
tenance of the Government, the vindication of the Constitution and the laws 
and the perpetuity of the Union. You have elevated the dignity, brightened 
the renown, and enriched the history of your State. You have furnished to 
the W Orld a grand illustration of our American manhood, of our devotion to 
liberty, and of the permanence and nobility of our institutions. Soldiers ! 
your State thanks you, and gives you the pledge of her lasting gratitude. She 
looks with pride upon your glorious achievements and consecrates to all time 
your unfaltering heroism. To you New York willingly intrusted her honor, 
her fair name and her great destinies; you have proved worthy of the 
confidence reposed in you, and have returned these trusts with added lustre 
and increased value. The coming home of all our organizations, it is hoped, is 
not far distant. We welcome you and rejoice with you upon the peace your 
valor has achieved. Your honorable scars we regard as the truest badges of 
your bravery and the highest evidences of the pride and patriotism which 
animated you. Sadly and yet proudly we receive as the emblems of heroic 
endurances your tattered and worn ensigns, and fondly deposit these relics of 
glory, with all their cherished memories and endearing associations, in our 
appointed repositories. With swelling hearts we bade God speed to the 
departing recruit; with glowing pride and deepened fervor we say w r elcome! 
to the returning veteran. We watched you all through the perilous period of 
your absence, rejoicing in your victories and mourning in your defeats. We 
will treasure your legends, your brave exploits, and the glorified memory 
of your dead comrades, in records more impressive than the monuments of 
the past, and enduring as the liberties you have secured. The people will 
regard with jealous pride, your welfare and honor, not forgetting the \vidow, 
the fatherless, and those who were dependent upon the fallen hero. The 
fame and glory you have won for the State and the Nation, shall be trans 
mitted to our children as a most precious legacy, lovingly to be cherished 
and reverently to be preserved." 

The end has come, and at last the greatest of rebellions was suppressed ; 
the army was gradually disbanded, and the sons of New York returned to 
their state, victors in a just and glorious cause. It is not necessary to describe 
their reception at their homes. The joy of the people was tempered by the 
knowledge of the sacrifices made by all, and that with the many who gave 
their lives to save this country and its people, was numbered the man, 
selected by God as leader in this momentous and fearful struggle. 



IN THE STATE 57 



MEN CALLED FOR. 
QUOTAS AND CREDITS. 

Although for a time the accounts of the state did not agree with those of 
the United States, the figures of the War Department as far as they go, are 
here used and accepted, as their total was also accepted by the state in 1864. 

General Calls. 

Quota. Credits 
April i5th, 1861, the United States Government took the first decided 

step toward offensive efforts against the rebellion, the President call 
ing on that day for seventy-five thousand Militia for three months 
service. The quota assigned to this state, filled by Militia and Volunteer 

Militia, was 13,280 

and the War Department reports, as furnished by the state 13,906 

On the 3d of May, 1861, the President issued a proclamation calling into 
service thirty-nine regiments of volunteer infantry, and one regiment of 
cavalry, forty-two thousand and thirty-four men, for a service of three 
years, unless sooner discharged. A quota was not assigned, but at the 
request of the President, the Governor called, July 25th, for twenty-five 
thousand volunteers. 

Congress in its acts of July 22d, 25th and 3ist, 1861, authorized the 
President to accept the services of volunteers for three years in such 
numbers, not exceeding one million, as he might deem necessary for the 
purpose of repelling invasion and suppressing insurrection. A formal 
call was not issued, but men and regiments were furnished by the state by 
the authority of the War Department, under the act of Congress passed 
July 25th, 1861. 

Before the next call it became necessary to determine the quotas of 
the states for 1861. This was done in June, 1862, by apportioning the 
number of men in the field, five hundred and forty-eight thousand one 
hundred and eighty- four, among the states. The quota of New York 

was placed at 109,056 

and the state was credited, including all men furnished since the call of 

April I5th, 1861, with 120,231 

Under the call of the President of July 2d, 1862, for three hundred 
thousand men for three years service, there were required from this 

state 59,705 

and furnished 78,904 

It soon becoming apparent that under this last call men would not be 
obtained to fill up the regiments in the field, the President ordered, August 
4th, 1862, a draft of three hundred thousand Militia to serve for a term of 
nine months. The draft, for reasons stated elsewhere, did not take place 

in this state, and on the quota of 59,705 

there were furnished by voluntary enlistment 1,781 

Under the act passed by Congress March 3d, 1863, the Provost-Marshal- 
General of the United States, without a formal call on the state, caused 
a draft in part to take place in July and August. The men received 
thereby were credited on the next regular call for troops. 

October I7th, 1863, the President issued a call for three hundred thou 
sand men, to fill the companies and regiments in the field ; a quota was not 
assigned. 



58 IN THE STATE 



Quota. Credits. 

February ist, 1864, another call was made; this time for five hundred 
thousand men, to include the number called for October I7th, 1863. The 

quota of the state was placed at 81,993 

for a service of three years, and there were credited, including the men 
drafted in 1863, and fifteen thousand nine hundred and twelve men, who 
paid the legal commutation 75,751 

March I4th, 1864, followed another call, this time for two hundred 

thousand men for three years service; and on the quota of 32,794 

the state received credit, including two thousand two hundred and sixty- 
seven men who paid commutation, for 44,207 

Under the call of July iSth, 1864, for five hundred thousand men, the 
quota of the state, reduced by excess of credits on previous calls, was 

placed at 77,539 

and there were credited to the state forty-five thousand and eighty- 
nine men for a service of one year ; two thousand one hundred and 
twenty-eight men for a service of two years; thirty-six thousand five hun 
dred forty-seven men for three years service; seventy- four men for 
four years service, and five men who paid commutation, total 83,843 

The quota of the state, under the last general call of December igth 

1864, for three hundred thousand men, was placed at 61,076 

and on this call there were furnished up to April I4th, 1865, when re 
cruiting and drafting was discontinued, for one year s service, nine thou 
sand one hundred and fifty men; for two years service, one thousand six 
hundred and forty-five men ; for three years service, twenty-three thou- 
and three hundred and twenty-one men ; for four years service, sixty- 
seven men; paid commutation, thirteen men; total 34,196 



Quota of the general calls 495,148 

Total credit on the general calls 452,819 

Special Calls. 

May 24th, 1862, the War Department requested the Governor to for 
ward regiments of the Militia for three months service; a quota was not 
specified, and the state furnished of the National Guard 8,588 

Under the requests of the President for Militia for short terms of ser 
vice, dated April 23d and July 5th, 1864, the War Department fixed the 

quota at 12,000 

and there were furnished by the state from the National Guard for 

three months and one hundred days, including recruits forwarded later... 5,640 



Total of all quotas 507,148 

Total of credits and enlistments 467,047 

The Adjutant-General of the United States Army under date of Novem 
ber Qth, 1880, supplemented by a statement dated July isth, 1885, reports the 
total number of enlistments made under the various calls of the President, to 
have been 2,865,028, including therein 86,724 who furnished commutations, 
but not taking into consideration the enlistments for a period of less than 
sixty days. He credits this state as having- furnished of these enlistments 
467,047, including 18,197 who paid commutation, but not including the thirty 



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days men. In proportion to the total, the enlistments credited to this state 
are as i to 6.134, or 16.30 + per cent. 

In this statement there is a credit included for enlistments in the Regular Army 
of only 6,089, while as will be seen, the state justly claims an additional credit of.. 12,671 

For service in the United States Navy and Marine there were credited to the 
state 42,155 enlistments, but here again, as will be shown later, the state is justly 
and fairly entitled to credit for additional enlistments to the number of 8,781 

June I5th, 1863, the War Department called for Militia for short term 
service. The state furnished at this call, for a service of thirty days, of 
the National Guard I3,97i 

November i4th, 1863, Major-General Dix, commanding the Depart 
ment of the East, made a request for an armed force for the protection 
of the frontiers of the state, and received for a service of thirty days, of 
the National Guard 504 

Under the requests of the President for Militia for short terms of ser 
vice, dated April 23d and July 5th, 1864, the War Department fixed the 
quota at 12,000, but gave credit only for the three months and one hun 
dred days men and recruits forwarded later. There were furnished by 
the state under these calls, for a service of thirty days, from the Na 
tional Guard 791 



Total thirty days men for whom credit has not been received 15,266 



Total of additional credits claimed 36,718 

This added to the number credited as furnished under the general and 
special calls, will make the total furnished by this state 503,765, or in round 
numbers and allowing liberally for errors, not less than five hundred thousand. 

CREDITS DUE THE STATE. 
For Service in the Regular Army. 

The statement of the Adjutant-General of the United States Army, 
dated July I5th, 1885, estimates the number of men in the Regular Army 
during the war at 67,000. As far as can be determined from the reports of 
the Assistant Provost-Marshals-General of this state, as published in the 
reports of the Adjutant-General of New York for the years 1863 to 1865, 
the number of men credited to the state, enlisting or re-enlisting in the 
Regular Army, is 6,089, an d covers only the period of the war from 
December 1863, to April, 1865, for men were not credited for such enlist 
ments prior to December, 1863. 

There were in the Regular Army, July I, 1861, as officially reported, 
16,422 officers and enlisted men; up to this time the large cities of this state 
were the principal recruiting fields of that army, and taking therefore from 
this number but one-fifth (by no means an over-estimate), as having been 
enlisted in this state, would entitle New York to a credit of 3.284 



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As already stated from December, 1863, to April, 1865- 
seventeen months there were credited to the state for enlistment 
in the Regular Army 6,089 men; and it is but fair to suppose that 
the state furnished from July i, 1861, to November, 1863 twenty- 
nine months a proportionate number, and an additional credit is 
therefore claimed of 10,387 



Total additional claim for credit for service in the Regular 

13,671 

Add to this credit the number of men found to have been 
credited 6,089 



and the total of 19,760 

will give the number of men, who it is claimed, served in the Regular Army 
of the United States, and were enlisted in, or credited to, New York. 

Under orders of the War Department the enlistment or transfer of 
volunteers into the Regular Army was permitted in 1862 and part of 1863, 
and it is estimated that probably one thousand volunteers of this state were 
thus transferred; to avoid all appearance of making excessive claims these 
one thousand men are deducted, and on the part of the state claim is made 
for additional credit, for service in the Regular Army, for only 12,671 men. 

For Service in the Navy and Marine Corps. 

For service in the Navy and Marine Corps, men were not credited to 
New York until February, 1864, and then credit was received for 28,427, as 
having been enlisted in this state since April I5th, 1861. The Adjutant- 
General of the United States Army, under date of July I5th, 1885, credits 
New York with 35,144 enlistments in the Navy, which includes no doubt 
those enlisted in the Marine Corps, a few hundred at the most. From the 
statements of the Assistant Provost-Marshals-General it appears however, 
that credit was given the state for 41,380 such enlistments. 

The Secretary of the Navy, under date of April loth, 1884, in a 
communication to the United States Senate, reported the number enlisted in 
the Navy between April I5th, 1861, and February 24th, 1864, to have been 

67,200 men, of whom there were credited to this state 28,427 

that the number enlisted between February 24th, 1864, and the 3Oth 

day of June, 1865, was 37,577, of whom were credited to this state. . 13.728 



42,155 



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that the number enlisted during the war, but not credited to any 

state, was 20,177, of whom were enlisted in this state 6,817 



Total 48,972 

The Secretary reports further, that, not including the men who 
were in service April 15, 1861, the total number enrolled during the 

war was 124,954 

of this number the men credited to Xew York are 39.19 per cent. 
The report of the Secretary is accepted as correct. 

But there must be added the number of men in service April 
ist, 1861, which an annual report of the Navy places at 7,600 men; 
and of this number there is claimed as due to this state the same 
percentage that has been found of those enlisted between April I5th, 
1861, and June 3Oth, 1865 as due to Xew York, namely 39.19 per 
cent., or 2,964 



This would make the total number who served in the Navy 
during the war, 132,554, of whom there came from this state. . . . 51,936 



For a time volunteers were permitted to enlist in, or to be transferred to, 
the Navy, and it is estimated that at the most one thousand men were thus 
transferred; these require to be deducted from the claims made here for 
additional credit. 

It is accepted as a fact that there were duly credited to New York, 
42,155 men, and the remainder, after deducting those transferred from the 
volunteers (1,000), an additional credit of 8,781 is fairly due to the state. 

For Sen ice in the United States Volunteers. 

In his statement of July I5th, 1885, the Adjutant-General U. S. Army 
estimates the number of officers and enlisted men who served in this body 
at about 1 1,000, but as far as this state is concerned only the officers of U. S. 
Volunteers appointed from this state, and four companies of Berdan or 
First U. S. Sharpshooters are claimed as due to New York, about 1,375 
officers and enlisted men. These were no doubt duly credited at the time 
by the proper authorities. 



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For Service in the United States Veteran Volunteers (Hancock s Veteran 

Corps). 

In the statement of the Adjutant-General U. S. A., already quoted, the 
number of men who served in this body, is given as 10,833, but records are 
not available from which even an approximate number, of those furnished 
by this state, could be obtained. As shown under " Quotas and Credits," etc., 
New York furnished of all the enlistments 16.30+ per cent; allow the same 
per centage of those who served in the United States Veteran Volunteers, 
and the state would be entitled to credit for 1,770 men for service in this 
branch of the army. As these were veterans, who had served in the war 
before, and their entry into the service was undoubtedly credited at the time, 
claim cannot be made for extra credit. 

For Service in the Veteran Reserve Corps. 

The number of officers and enlisted men who served in this corps is 
stated as 60,508, and the portion of this number due New York, based on 
the same percentage as in the foregoing case, would be 9,862 men. These 
were men transferred from the volunteers, or enlisted after a service in the 
volunteers, and have without doubt all been duly credited to the state. In 
this number are included 222, who re-enlisted as veterans in this corps, and 
were specifically credited to New York. 

For Service in the Colored Troops. 

In the afore-mentioned statement the number of colored troops in the 
United States service is reported as 178,975; the state is, however, credited 
with but 4,125, and although evidence is on file in the office of the Adjutant- 
General of New York that 5,829 men are claimed as due the state, claim 
for extra credit is not made, and the number reported by the United States 
authorities is accepted as correct and final. The Twentieth, Twenty-sixth 
and Thirty-first regiments of these troops were organized in this state. 

For Service in the Volunteers of Oilier States. 

That men of this state entered the volunteers of other states, is a well- 
known fact. A correct number of them is impossible to obtain, but it is 
believed that they numbered at least five hundred, and that the state received 
due credit for the same. 



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For Service in the Militia and National Guard. 

Of the Militia and National Guard there entered in the service of the 
United States for short periods 38,028 officers and enlisted men, of whom 
there served for one hundred days in 1864, 5,019; for three months in 1861, 
8.534; in 1862, 8,588; in 1864, 621; total, 17,743 men; for thirty days in 
1863. in the Pennsylvania campaign, 13,971, at Buffalo in November 504, 
in 1864, in New York harbor 791, total 15,266 men. The Adjutant- 
General of the U. S. Army gives the state credit for all, except the thirty 
days men; and there is therefore a credit claimed on this account of 15,266. 

For Service in the Volunteers of the State. 

For service in this branch of the armies of the United States, 370,232 
enlistments are claimed ; this number, originally estimated, has been con 
firmed by count and estimates in part of the number of men who served in 
each volunteer organization of the state, appearing in another place. Drafted 
men and substitutes, are counted here as volunteers. 

For Men who Commuted their Service. 

Under the laws regulating the drafts, those drafted were accorded the 
privilege, by payment of a certain sum, to commute their service; the money 
thus obtained was used by the Provost-Marshal-General of the United States 
to pay bounties to volunteers re-enlisting in the service. The Adjutant- 
General of the Army credits this state on this account on the call of February 
ist, 1864, with 15,912; on that of March I4th, 1864, with 2,267; of J u ty 
]8th, 1864, with 5; of December igth, 1864, with 13; total 18,197 men. 



For Representative Recruits. 

In July, 1864, the Provost-Marshal-General of the United States appealed 
to the patriotism and generosity of persons not required by law to perform 
military duty, but who possessed ample means, to cause themselves to be 
represented in the service by men procured by themselves. Under this appeal 
1,292 representative recruits were obtained, and credited to the respective 
states, President Lincoln being one of the first to respond to the appeal. 
From the State of New York were obtained 119 men. While this may seem 
a small number, it is susceptible of proof that citizens of this state, before 
this official appeal, had quietly procured men to serve in the army as their 
representatives. Those of this state who acted on his suggestion, are reported 



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IN THE STATE 



by the Provost-Marshal-General to have been (arranged according to the, 
then, congressional districts) : 



Dist. 
ist. Thomas Barrow, A. W. Nathans, Geo. 

L. Peck. 
3d. Anthony F. Campbell, Sidney Dorian, 

J. W. Frothingham. 
4th. John S. Sammis. 
6th. Cyrus H. Loutrel. 
/th. Charles Easton. 

8th. William O Brien, John O Brien, George 
Collins, Jr., Victor L. Conrad, Peter 
Cooper, Charles Donohue, Edwin 
M. Hulburt, Richard M. Hoe, Percy 
R. Pine, Wm. L Taylor 
pth. Henry K. Bull, Edgar Ketchum, Ben 
jamin F. Raynor, Abram Wakeman. 
roth. D. J. Blauvelt, Wm. F. Bates, Wm. R. 
Brown, Hugh N. Camp, Charles B. 
Fosdick, J. H. Goodwin, Jr., Wm. 
F. Moller, Samuel Purdy, H. F. 
Spaulding. 

I2th. Edward C. Cline, Charles W. Swift. 
I4th. J. J. Austin, Henry M. Benedict, Wm. 
Newton, T. W. Olcott, R. M. Van 
Sickler, C. P. Williams. 
i6th. Edwin S. Bogue, Thomas S. Gray, Wm. 
H. Richardson, Samuel T. Richards. 
i8th. Master Walter Butler, James M. Cook, 
igth. Norman Bissell. 
2Oth. Zenas Eldred. 

23d. Arthur Holmes, DeWitt C. McGraw, 

Daniel McGraw, Timothy R. Porter. 

24th. James C. Avery, Charles E. Avery, 

Martha R. Avery, Mrs. E. H. Avery, 

Joseph P. Barber, John H. Chedell. 



Dist. 

Mrs. John H. Chedell, Rufus Dun 
ham, M. D., E. G. Day, George B. 
Daniels, Henry Henion, Wm. Hills, 
George Hocknell, John E. Leonard, 
Miss E. Leonard, George W. Leon 
ard, Christopher Morgan, Mary E. 
P. Morgan, Adam Miller, George W. 
Mead, George W. Peck, George R. 
Peck, Asa S. Parker, A. R. Rey 
nolds, Shirley R. Snow, Willie B. 
W oodin, Wm. Wasson, Annetto 
Wasson, Wm. H. S. Wasson. 

25th. Stephen H. Ainsworth, Frank 0. Cham- 
berlin, George W. Gates. 

26th. George D. Beers, John H. Hawes, John 
Southworth. 

2/th. Alvine C. Barney, Thomas A. Johnson. 

28th. John H. Denio, Henry R. Selden. 

2gth. Duncan Cameron, Abel Minard, Hop 
kins C. Pomeroy, Franklin Spauld 
ing, Thomas Scovil. 

30th. Allen W. Adams, Daniel S. Bennett, 
Charles V. D. Blackman, Philip 
Dorsheimer, Charles Ensign, Elisha 
W. Ensign, Solomon S. Guthrie, 
Henry D. Garvin, Wm. H. Peabody, 
Dexter P. Rumsey, James G. Ste 
vens, William E. Sanders, Jacob 
Schoellpopf, George Taylor. 

3 1 St. David H. Bowles, Frederick Eaton, 
Reuben E. Fenton, John D. Hillyer, 
Newton Slawson, Patrick Shafer, E. 
C. Topliff. 



As the records do not show the place of residence of these patriotic 
citizens, the composition of the districts is here annexed to allow a closer 
identification of the same. During the period of the war from 1862, the 
following counties or wards formed 



Dist. 

ist. Suffolk, Queens and Richmond. 

2d. 6th, 8th, 9th, roth, I2th, I4th, i6th, 
I7th, i8th and 2Oth wards of the 
city of Brooklyn, and the towns of 
Flatbush, Flatlands, Gravesend, New 
Lots and New Utrecht, in the county 
of Kings. 

3d. ist, 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 7th, nth, I3th, 
iSth and igth wards of the city of 
Brooklyn. 



Dist 

4th. ist (including Governor s Island), 2d, 
3d, 4th, sth, 6th and 8th wards of 
the city and county of New York. 

5th. 7th, loth, i3th and I4th wards of the 
city and county of New York. 

6th. 9th, I5th and i6th wards of the city 
and county of New York. 

7th. nth and I7th wards of the city and 
county of New York. 



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Dist. 
8th. i8th, 2Oth and 2ist wards of the city 

aud county of New York. 
gtL I2th (including Randall s and Ward s 
Island), ipth (including Blackwell s 
Island) and 22d wards of the city 
and county of New York. 

loth. Westchester, Rockland and Putnam. 

nth. Orange and Sullivan. 

i2th. Dutchess and Columbia. 

I3th. Ulster and Greene. 

i_|.th. Albany and Schoharie. 

I5th. Rensselaer and Washington. 

i6th. Warren, Essex and Clinton. 

i/th. St. Lawrence and Franklin. 

i8th. Fulton, Hamilton, Montgomery, Sara 
toga and Schenectady. 



Dist. 

ipth. Delaware, Otsego and Chenango. 

2Oth. Jefferson, Lewis and Herkimer. 

21 st. Oneida. 

22d. Madison and Oswcgo. 

23d. Onondaga and Cortland. 

24th. Cayuga, Wayne and Seneca. 

25th. Ontario, Livingston and Yates. 

26th. Tioga, Tompkins, Broome and Schuy- 

ler. 

27th. Chemung, Steuben and Allegany. 
28th. Monroe and Orleans. 
2Qth. Genesee, Niagara and Wyoming. 
3Oth. Erie. 
3 1 st. Chautauqua and Cattaraugus. 



Recapitulation of Credits. 

The state furnished for service in the war 503,765 enlistments and this 
number of men served in the general organizations of the military forces of 
the United States as follows : 

In the Regular Army of the United States, 19,760; of whom 1,000 are estimated to 
have been transferred from the volunteers; being properly credited to the volun 
teers, they are deducted here, leaving credit for service in this branch 18,760 

In the United States Navy and Marine Corps, 51,936; of whom 1,000 are estimated 
to have been transferred from the volunteers; being properly credited to them, 
they are here deducted, leaving credit for service in this branch 50,936 

In the United States Volunteers, 1,375 ; of whom about 380 are estimated to have 
been transferred from the volunteers as officers, and as they are a proper credit 
for the volunteers, they are deducted here, leaving credit for service in this 
branch 995 

In the United States Veteran Volunteers, 1,770; these men served their first enlist 
ment no doubt in the volunteers of the state; their enlistment in this branch con 
stitutes, however, a special credit, and was so credited to the state i,7/o 

In the United States Veteran Reserve Corps, 9,862 ; most all of these men were 
transferred from the volunteers and are properly credited to them; of those who 
enlisted in this corps after a term of service in the volunteers no estimate can be 
made, but the state received special credit for such re-enlistments to the num 
ber of 222 

In the United States Colored Troops, the number credited to the state by the Adju 
tant-General of the army 4,125 

In the volunteers of other states, 500 men, estimated, making a credit of 500 

In the Militia and National Guard of the state, as already shown 38,028 

Men who commuted their service, and are credited to the state officially 18,197 

The remainder of the credit claimed for the state represents enlistments in the 

volunteers of this state to the number of 370,232 

Making the total credit of enlistments due New York, as already claimed 503,765 

S 



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DRAFTS. 

The census of 1860 gave this state a population of 3,880,735, of whom 
1,933,532 were males, and 1,947,203 were females, being an excess of the 
latter over the former of 13,671. 

Under the call of August 4th, 1862, for three hundred thousand nine 
months men, the state authorities made arrangements for a draft, which 
however were not carried out. The enrollment, not entirely completed, showed 
a population of 3,829,707 ; had it been completed it would probably not have 
varied much from the census of 1860, notwithstanding the number of men 
who had entered the service and left the state. Subject to military duty, 
according to the laws of the state, that is between the ages of 18 and 45 
years, were found to be 764,603 males, and of these had been declared exempt 
from military service at the time proceedings closed 139,158. The average 
ratio of the number enrolled to the population was one to five and one-tenth ; 
the ratio of exempts to the number enrolled was one to five and five-tenths. 

When in 1863 the General Government took charge of drafting and 
general recruiting, drafts when made, were only for such numbers as would 
insure the filling of the quota called at the time. The enrollment made in the 
state, under the supervision of the Provost-Marshal-General s Bureau from 
June, 1863, to April, 1865, numbered 431,462 men, or 22.31 per cent of the 
male population, or ii.n per cent of the total population according to the 
census of 1860. This enrollment included males between the ages of 20 
and 45. The total number drawn was 151,488; of these there were held to 
personal service, 3,210; furnished substitutes, 13,332; paid commutation, 
18,197; not examined for various reasons, 48,743, and exempted after 
examination, 68,006 men. Of those exempted from military duty, 32,086 
were exempted for physical or mental disability, or 31.22 per cent of those 
examined 102,745 men. 

The result of each of the drafts \vas as follows : 

Draft of July and August, 1863, the number drawn was 95,795 

Of these there were held to personal service, 2,300; furnished 

substitutes, 6,998; paid commutation, 15,912 ; total 25,210 

Not examined for various reasons, 15,820; exempted after ex 
amination, 54,765 ; total 70,585 

95,795 

Draft under call of March I4th, 1864; the number drawn was 11,713 

Of these there were held to personal service, 153; furnished 

substitutes, 2,003 , P a id commutation, 2,267 ; total 4,423 

Not examined for various reasons, 2,852 ; exempted after ex 
amination, 4,438 ; total 7,290 



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Draft under call of July i8th, 1864; the number drawn was 10,227 

Of these there were held to personal service, 47; furnished 

substitutes, 1,708 ; paid commutation, 5 ; total 1,760 

Not examined for various reasons, 6,796; exempted after ex 
amination, 1,671 ; total 8,467 

10,227 

Draft under the call of December igth, 1864, not completed; the number drawn was. 33-753 
Of these there were held to personal service, 710; furnished 

substitutes, 2,623; paid commutation, 13; total 3.346 

Not examined for various reasons, 23,275 ; exempted after ex 
amination, 7,132 ; total 30,407* 

33)753 

Of the men exempted after examination, there were exempted for physical 
and mental disability at draft in July and August, 1863, 25,701 ; at draft 
under call of March, 1864, 2,391 ; at draft under call of July, 1864, 1,030, 
and at draft under call of December, 1864, 2,964. 

PERIODS OF SERVICE OF THE MEN ENLISTED. 

Of the men credited to this state there served during the war, or rather 
enlisted for service, for periods ranging from thirty days to four years 
for thirty days, 15,266; for three months, 17,743; for one hundred days, 
5.019; for nine months, 1,781; for one year, including estimated number in 
the Navy, 62,500; for two years, 34,723; for three years, 348,395; for four 
years, 141; commuted their service, 18,197; total, 503,765, or all reduced 
to a three years standard, considering those who commuted their service as 
three years men, 412,568. 

These converted into three years enlistments would give 

15,266 thirty days men 424 three years men 

1 7,743 three months men 1,478 " 

5,019 one hundred days men 458 " 

1,781 nine months men 445 " 

62,500 one year men 20,833 

34,723 two years men 23,148 

348,395 three years men 348,395 

141 four years men 188 " 

18,197 commuters, each equal to one three years man 18,197 " 



503,765 Total 413066 

18,197 deduct commuters 18,197 



485,568 Total number of actual enlistments, converted into three 

years service, equal to 395,369 

It may be claimed that this number represents also practically the number 
of individuals in service. But see " Number of individuals in service " 
page 46. 



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INDIVIDUALS IN THE SERVICE. 

The numbers so far dealt with represent enlistments or entries into service, 
and, as many men entered twice, three and some even four times, the number 
of enlistments does not represent the number of individuals who served during 
the war. Positive data or information is not on record on this subject, and 
to obtain this number of individuals recourse must be had to estimates. 

It is well known, that of the Militia and National Guard a very large 
proportion entered the volunteer service after the expiration of a short 
service in the Militia, and that a considerable number performed a second 
and third, and some even a fourth, short service in the Militia ; also that a 
number of discharged volunteers served short terms in the National 
Guard, especially in 1863. Estimate then, that of those in service in 1861 
8,534 a M re-entered the service in one way or another except 500 

That of those in service in 1862 8,588 all re-entered the service or 
had been in service except 5 

That of those in service in 1863 14,475 all re-entered the service or 
had been in service except 3. 

And that of those who served in 1864 6,431 all served again or had 
served before except 3,oo 



This would make the number of individuals who rendered service in the Militia 
or National Guard exclusively 7,000 

Of those who served in the Regular Army, from this state 19,760 

there are known to have re-enlisted to the credit of the state 2,137, but it 

is estimated that the number re-enlisted during the war is at least 2,500 



These deducted would make the number of individuals from this state serving 
in the Regular Army exclusively 17,260 

Of those who served in the Navy and Marine Corps, from this state, in 
cluding the 51,93$ 

it is estimated in the absence of any kind of data on the subject, that ten 

per centum entered the service twice at least, this would be 5^94 



And these deducted, would make the number of individuals from this state serv 
ing in the Navy and Marine Corps exclusively 46,74- 

Those who served in the United States Volunteers as of this state, of whom 
about 380 were officers transferred from the state Volunteers, represent individuals 
to the number of 1,375 

Those who served in the United States Veteran Volunteers, 1,770, and those who 
served in the U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps 9,862, total 11,632, of whom the 
former had served one enlistment to the credit of the state and the latter were 
transferred from the state volunteers, less 222 re-enlisted, represent individuals to 
the number of 11,410 

Those who served in the U. S. Colored Troops and were credited to the state 
4,125, and 763 transferred from the state volunteers as officers to the Colored 
Troops, total, 4,888, represent but one entry into the service, and individuals to the 
number of 4,888 

Those who served in the Volunteers of other States, but credited to this, rep 
resent individuals to the number of 500 



Total . 89,175 



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Of those who served in the I olunlcers of this State 370,232 there 
have been accounted for and require to be deducted 

those who were transferred to the U. S. Volunteers as officers 380 

those who served in the U. S. Veteran Volunteers i,7/o 

those who were transferred to the U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps 9,642 

those who were transferred to the U. S. Colored troops as officers 763 



Total 12,555 

To this must be added the men transferred to the Regular Army and 
the U. S. Navy, in total 2,000 



Total to be deducted 14,355 



Of the remainder credited to the state volunteers 355,677 
it is estimated 

that of the nine months men, 1,781, there re-entered tne service. 1,200 

that of the two years men who entered the service in 1861 
30,131 there re-entered 18,000 

that of the three years men enlisted up to April 30, 1862, there 
are known to have re-enlisted as veterans on the field, and have 
been credited again from December, 1863, to April, 1864 18,076 

that of those discharged in 1864 by reason of expiration of 
their term of service, there re-entered the service 4,000 

and that of the men discharged for disability reported by the 
Provost Marshall General in his final report to have been 24,908 
men, there probably re-entered 4,000 



Total re-entries into the service 45,276 



To be deducted from the remainder of credits to the state volunteers 355,677 
leaving the number of individuals exclusively in such service 310,401 



The total individuals thus obtained as having served in the war from this state 

would be 399,576 

Or in round numbers four hundred thousand individuals. 

The United States census of 1860, gave New York a population of 
3,880,735, of whom i,933,53 2 were males; based on these figures the indi 
viduals in service during the war, from this state, bear the ratio of i to 9.7, 
or 10.30 per cent of the population of the state, and of I to 4.8 or 20.68 
per cent of the male population of the state. 

Not until July, 1862, was there an effort made on the part of the 
state to keep an account with localities of the number of men furnished by 
them. In 1863, the recruiting fell in the hands of the United States authori 
ties and the state was furnished with information only as to the number 
credited on calls and not to localities. To confuse matters still more, many 
men went from their homes to other places to enlist. There is therefore no 
means to say how many men were furnished by any one locality. The only 
way to arrive at an approximate number, is to take the male population of 



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such locality in 1860, take of this, 20.68 per cent, and the figure derived will 
not be the exact, but only about, the number of men furnished by that 
locality. 

NATIVITIES OF THE INDIVIDUALS. 

Mr. B. A. Gould, actuary of the United States Sanitary Commission, in 
his " Investigations in the Military and Anthropological Statistics of the 
American Soldier, 1869," gives the nativity of 337,800 individual soldiers 
from this state, based on that of 230,267 men obtained from official records, 
as follows: Natives of the United States, 203,622; of foreign birth, 134,178. 
Of those of foreign birth, 19,985 were born in British America; 14,024 were 
of English birth; 51,206 were born in Ireland; 36,680 in Germany, and 
12,283 m other foreign countries. 

The nativities obtained by him must have been principally of enlistments 
made in 1863, 1864 and 1865; to obtain the nativity of most of the men 
entering in 1861 and 1862 from the records, except possibly company descrip 
tive books, is as far as this state is concerned, almost impossible. It is well 
known that more men of foreign birth entered the service in 1863 and 1864, 
than in 1861 and 1862, and thus it may be explained why Mr. Gould s figures 
of persons of foreign birth in the service to the credit of this state, are so 
large, 39.71 per cent of the whole, and why they are considered too high. 

The history of a regiment of the Regular Army, organized in July, 1861, 
and receiving about three-fifths of its membership in 1861 and 1862, gives the 
nativity of its 3,574 members as ascertained from official records. This 
regiment received in 1865 up to April but a few men, and in many other 
particulars is a fair example of a regiment serving through the war ; estimates 
based on the figures set forth in that history, applied to the men furnished 
by this state, are deemed to be more equitable than those of Mr. Gould. 

On this basis, there would have been of the four hundred thousand individuals 279,040 
natives of the United States, and 30.24 per cent or 120,960 of foreign birth. Of the latter 
42,095 are to be credited to Ireland; 41,1/9 to Germany; 12,756 to England; 11,525 to 
British America; 3,693 to France; 3,333 to Scotland; 2,014 to Wales; 2,015 to Switzerland, 
and 2,350 to other foreign countries. 

In the Seventieth Infantry served a native of China, John Tommy, who 
lost both arms and both legs July 2, 1863, at the battle of Gettysburg, and 
died of his wounds October 19, 1863; reported as a good and brave soldier; 
in the Forty-third Infantry served a man born in Hindostan of natives of 
that country. 



IN THE STATE 71 

AGES OF THE INDIVIDUALS. 

Mr. B. A. Gould in his work, already referred to, gives the ascertained 
ages of 183,281 New York volunteers. Based on his figures, which compare 
favorably with the ascertained ages of a smaller number of men, there were of 
the four hundred thousand individuals furnished by the state at the time of 
their entry into the service : 

37 thirteen and less years old; 137 fourteen years old; 334 fifteen years old; 978 sixteen 
years old; 1,526 seventeen years old; 43,074 eighteen years old; 35,427 nineteen years old; 
24,638 twenty years old; 44,143 twenty-one years old; 29,8/5 twenty-two years old; 25,133 
twenty-three years old; 20,707 twenty-four years old; 18,873 twenty-five years old; 15,899 
twenty-six years old; 13,581 twenty-seven years old; 14,517 twenty-eight years old; 9,934 
twenty-nine years old; 11,946 thirty years old; 7,174 thirty-one years old; 9,893 thirty-two 
years old; 7,267 thirty-three years old; 6,842 thirty-four years old; 8,479 thirty-five years 
old; 6,268 thirty-six years old; 4,803 thirty-seven years old; 5,912 thirty-eighl years old; 
4,055 thirty-nine years old ; 6,890 forty years ofd ; 2,767 forty-one years old ; 5,024 forty-two 
years old; 4,513 forty-three years old; 6,870 forty-four years old; 1,814 forty-five years old; 
190 forty-six years old; 89 forty-seven years old; 116 forty-eight years old; 50 forty-nine 
years old ; and 225 fifty and over, years old. 

Making the average age 25 years, 7 months and 26 days; or taking into 
consideration that, in order to be accepted, many less than 18 and 21 years 
old, gave their age as such, twenty-five years. This covers no doubt some 
commissioned officers but principally enlisted men. 

There were by actual count 16,873 individuals who served long enough 
as commissioned officers to be entitled to be taken into consideration; or say 
in round numbers and to allow for possible errors 17,000. The ages of 16,721 
of these individuals were ascertained to be as follows : Eighteen seventeen 
years old, 538 eighteen years old, 683 nineteen years old, 742 twenty years 
old, 1,493 twenty-one years old, 1,304 twenty-two years old, 1,220 twenty- 
three years old, 1,220 twenty- four years old, 1,036 twenty-five years old, 
921 twenty-six years old, 804 twenty-seven years old, 777 twenty-eight years 
old, 639 twenty-nine years old, 657 thirty years old, 481 thirty-one 
years old, 545 thirty-two years old, 386 thirty-three years old, 429 thirty-four 
years old, 396 thirty-five years old, 330 thirty-six years old, 286 thirty-seven 
years old, 297 thirty-eight years old, 226 thirty-nine years old, 239 forty 
years old, 154 forty-one years old, 181 forty-two years old, 134 forty-three 
years old, 171 forty- four years old, 108 forty-five years old, 53 forty-six 
years old, 46 forty-seven years old, 35 forty-eight years old, 31 forty-nine 
years old, 141 fifty years old and over, making the average age of these 
officers on entry into the service 27^/2 years. 



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The foregoing would establish the average age at time of entry into 
the service to have been of the commissioned officers 27^2 years, and of the 
enlisted men, 25 years. 



WHERE THE MEN WERE OBTAINED. 

It is impracticable, in fact impossible, to obtain any accurate figures of 
the number of men furnished during the war by each county, city, town and 
village of the state. The best that can be done, is to indicate here the organi 
zations (original or new; recruits not considered) to which the counties of 
the state contributed men ; those marked * being entirely recruited in the 
county, to which they are credited, all others only in part. There were 
recruited : 



IN THE STATE AT LARGE: 
Infantry; 44th regiment ; the original plan, 
for each town and ward to furnish one 
man, was not adhered to closely. 

IN THE COUNTY OF ALBANY: 

Cavalry; regiments, 2d, 3d, 6th, 7th, gth, 
I2th, I3th, i6th, l8th, 2Oth, 2ist, 22d, 25th, 
ist Mounted Rifles, ist and 2d Veteran. 

Artillery; regiments, battery M, ist; bat 
teries C (new) and M, 2d; 4th, 7th, I3th, 
I4th and :6th; independent batteries, nth 
and I2th. 

Sharpshooters; companies, gth. 

Engineers; regiments, I5th and Soth. 

Infantry; regiments, 2d, 3d, 7th Veteran, 
gth, I7th Veteran, i8th, 2Oth, 22d, 30th, 
34th, 43d, 44th, 6ist, 62d, 63d, gist, 93d, 
I04th, I48th, i 75th, I77th, I7gth, 
:86th, i88th, 



IN THE COUNTY OF ALLEGANY : 
Cavalry; regiments, 5th, 6th, I2th, isth, 22d, 

2d Mounted Rifles, 1st Veteran, ist Dra 

goons. 

Artillery; regiments, 4th and I3th. 
Engineers; regiments, ist and I5th (new). 
Infantry; regiments, 2ist, 23d, 27th, 64th, 

76th, 85th, i04th, I36th, i4Qth, i6oth, I7gth, 

i 84th, iSgth, i 94th. 

IN THE COUNTY OF BROOME: 
Cavalry; regiments, 3d, 6th, nth, ist Vet 

eran, ist Dragoons. 
Artillery; regiments, battery M, 3d; inde 

pendent batteries, i6th*. 



Engineers; regiments, I5th and 50th. 
Infantry; regiments, 27th, 8o.th, goth, logth, 

1 24th, I37th, 1 55th, i6ist, i68th, I7gth, 

I94th. 

IN THE COUNTY OF CATTARAUGUS: 
Cavalry; regiments, 5th, 6th, gth, loth, 22d, 

2d Mounted Rifles, ist Veteran. 
Artillery; regiments, 3d, i3th and I4th. 
Sharpshooters; companies, gth. 
Infantry; regiments, igth, 37th, 64th, 7 ist, 
85th, looth, zosth, I22d, I54th, i6oth, I79th, 
, i8;th, i88th, 



IN THE COUNTY OF CAYUGA: 
Cavalry; regiments, 8th, loth, nth, 22d, 23d, 

24th. 
Artillery; regiments, batteries A (new), C, 

D (new), G (new), K (new), 3d; 4th, 

gth, i6th; independent batteries, ist*. 
Engineers; regiments, i5th and Soth. 
Sharpshooters; companies, 8th. 
Infantry; regiments, igth, 24th, 75th, nith, 

n6th, i6oth, 



IN THE COUNTY OF CHAUTAUQUA : 
Cavalry; regiments, 9th, isth, 22d. 
Artillery; regiments, i3th, I4th. 
Engineers; regiments, I5th (new). 
Sharpshooters; companies, 7th, 8th. 
Infantry; regiments, 21 st, 4gth, 72d, goth, 

looth, ii2th, iS4th, 

i 87th, i88th, 



IN THE COUNTY OF CHEMUNG: 
Cavalry; regiments, 2d, 3d, 5th, 7th, loth, 
I5th, i6th, 2ist, 24th, ist Veteran. 



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Artillery; regiments, batteries B, F, K and 

L, ist; C and M, 3d; 5th, I3th, I4th, l6th; 

independent batteries, 33d. 
Engineers; regiments, I5th, 50th. 
Infantry; regiments, 3d, 23d, 33d, 35th, 38th, 

86th, iO3d, I07th, I4ist, i6ist, i/gth, i8/th, 

1 94th. 

IN THE COUNTY OF CHENANGO: 
Cavalry; regiments, 8th, xoth, 2Oth, 22d. 
Artillery; regiments, battery A, 1st; battery 

L (new), 2d; batteries C (new) and M, 

3d. 
Infantry; regiments, lyth, I7th Veteran, 

igth, 26th, 76th, 8o.th, ooth, H4th, I37th, 

15/th, i6ist, i68th, i76th, I93d. 

IN THE COUNTY OF CLINTON : 
Cavalry; regiments, 2d, gth, nth, I2th, I5th, 

25th, 26th, 2d Veteran. 
Artillery; regiments, I3th, i6th. 
Engineers; regiments, ist. 
Infantry; regiments, i6th, 22d, 34th, 6oth, 

pist, 96th, n8th, i53d, 17 5th, i86th, i92d. 



IN THE COUNTY OF COLUMBIA : 
Cai alry; regiments, 2d, 4th, 5th, 6th, I2th, 

ist Mounted Rifles, 2d Veteran. 
Artillery; regiments, 5th, i6th. 
Engineers; regiments, ist. 
Sharpshooters; companies, 8th and Qth. 
Infantry; regiments, I4th, 20th, 30th, 65th, 

Qist, i28th, I54th, I56th, ispth, i87th. 



IN THE COUNTY OF CORTLAND: 
Cavalry; regiments, loth. 
Artillery; regiments, 3d, i6th. 
Infantry; regiments, I2th, igth, 23d, 76th, 
93d, ii4th, I56th, I57th, I75th, iSst 



IN THE COUNTY OF DELAWARE: 
Cavalry; regiments, 3d, 5th, 25th, ist Vet 

eran. 
Artillery; regiments, 4th, 8th, and independ 

ent batteries, 8th. 
Infantry; regiments, 3d, 7ist, 72d, 78th, Sgth, 

93d, loist, i44th*. 

IN THE COUNTY OF DUTCHESS: 
Cavalry; regiments, 2d, 4th, 6th, gth, l8th, 

25th. 
Artillery; regiments, 4th, 5th, and independ 

ent batteries, 7th, I2th. 
Engineers; regiments, i?t. 



Infantry; regiments, 3d, 5th, 7th Veteran, 
9th, 1 7th Veteran, i8th, 2Oth, 3oth, 38th, 
47th, 57th, 65th, 87th, I28th, I43d, isoth*, 
I54th, i59th, i68th, i76th, i87th, iSSth, 



IN THE COUNTY OF ERIE: 
Cavalry; regiments, 3d, sth, 8th, loth, nth, 

I2th, I3th, i6th, i8th, 23d, 24th, 26th, ist 

and 2d Mounted Rifles, ist Veteran. 
Artillery; regiments, battery I*, ist; nth, 

I3th, i4th, I5th, i6th, Marine; independ 

ent batteries, nth, 27th, 33d. 
Engineers; regiments, 5oth. 
Sharpshooters; companies, 7th and Sth. 
Infantry; regiments, I2th, I7th Veteran, 

2 ist, 33d, 35th, 36th, 49th, 6gth, 78th, looth, 

ii2th, ii6th, i32d, isist, I55th, i6oth, 

i76th, i78th, I79th, iS/th, 



IN THE COUNTY OF ESSEX : 
Cavalry; regiments, 2d, 5th, nth, I4th, 2d 

Veteran. 

Artillery; independent batteries, 23d. 
Infantry; regiments, 22d, 34th, 38th, 77th, 

93d, 96th, iiSth, I53d. 

IN THE COUNTY OF FRANKLIN : 
Cavalry; regiments, I2th, I3th, 26th, 2d Vet 

eran. 

Artillery; regiments, I3th, I4th, i6th. 
Engineers; regiments, i5th (new), 50th. 
Infantry; regiments, i6th, 24th, 39th, 6oth, 

92d, 96th, 98th, io6th, 



IN THE COUNTY OF FULTON : 
Cavalry; regiments, 7th, loth. 
Artillery; regiments, battery M, 3d; 4th, 

I3th, i6th. 
Infantry; regiments, 32<i, 77th, iisth, I53d. 

IN THE COUNTY OF GENESEE: 
Cavalry; regiments, Sth, gth, 14th, iSth, 23d, 

2d Mounted Rifles. 
Artillery; regiments, Sth, nth, and inde 

pendent batteries, igth, 22d, 25th. 
Infantry; regiments, i2th, I4th, 28th, xooth, 

iO4th, I05th, I20th, I79th, i87th. 

IN THE COUNTY OF GREENE: 
Caz-alry; regiments, 5th, 25th. 
Artillery; regiments, 5th, i5th. 
Engineers; regiments, ist. 
Infantry; regiments, 65th, I20th, I56th. 



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IN THE COUNTY OF HAMILTON : 
Infantry; regiments, 97th, 



IN THE COUNTY OF HERKIMER: 
Cavalry; regiments, 2d, iSth, 2Oth, 2d 

Mounted Rifles, Oneida company. 
Artillery; regiments, battery A, 1st; bat- 

terries K, L (new), M, 2d; I3th, I4th, 

l6th. 
Infantry; regiments, 26th, 34th, 97th, H5th, 

I2ist, iS2d, I53d, i64th, i86th. 



IN THE COUNTY OF JEFFERSON: 
Cavalry; regiments, 2d, 6th, 7th, nth, I3th, 

:8th, 2Oth, 24th, 25th, 26th, ist Veteran. 
Artillery; regiments batteries C*, D, H, ist; 

batteries H, L (new), 2d ; 5th, 8th, loth, 

I3th, i4th, i6th, independent batteries, 

20th, 28th. 
Infantry; regiments, 24th, 35th, 59th, 94th*, 

i86th, 



IN THE COUNTY OF KINGS: 
Cavalry; regiments, 4th, 5th, loth, nth, I3th, 

i6th, 25th. 
Artillery; regiments, 4th, 5th, nth, I3th, 

I5th, :6th; independent batteries, 5th 

20th. 

Engineers; regiments, ist, 15th. 

Infantry; regiments, 3d, 5th, 7th, 7th Vet 
eran, Qth, loth, I7th Veteran, 2oth, 3 ist, 
36th, 47th, 48th, 54th, 57th, 59th, &2d, 67th, 
6gth, 74th, 84th*, 87th, 88th, goth, 95th, 
I02d, i27th, i32d, I33d, i39t 
I59th, i63d, i64th, i6sth, 
I76th, i86th. 

IN THE COUNTY OF LEWIS : 
Cavalry; regiments, 3d, 7th, 2Oth, 1st Dra 

goons. 
Artillery; regiments, batteries D and H, 1st; 

5th, 8th, loth, I3th, I4th. 
Infantry; regiments, I4th, 35th, 59th, 97th, 

i86th. 

IN THE COUNTY OF LIVINGSTON: 
Cavalry; regiments, 2d, 6th, 8th, 22d, 24th, 

ist Mounted Rifles, ist Veteran, ist Dra 

goons. 
Artillery; regiments, battery E, 1st; 8th, 

nth, i3th, i4th. 

Engineers; regiments, I5th (new). 
Infantry; regiments, I3th, 27th, 33d, 8gth, 

100th, I02d, iO4th, I36th, I4ist, l/9th, 

1 87th, 1 88th. 



IN THE COUNTY OF MADISON : 
Cavalry; regiments, 2d, i8th, 22d, 1st 

Mounted Rifles, Oneida company. 
Artillery; regiments, batteries A and K, ist; 

battery L (new), 2d; battery C (new), 

3d; I4th. 
Infantry; regiments, I2th, igth, 24th, 26th, 

35th, 6ist, 76th, loist, ii4th, I57th, i6ist, 

i 76th, i84th, i88th, 



IN THE COUNTY OF MONROE: 

Cavalry; regiments, 2d, 3d, 6th, 7th, 8th, 
i4th, i5th, i6th, 2 ist, 22d, 24th, ist Vet 
eran. 

Artillery; regiments, batteries L and M, 1st; 
battery M, 2d; batteries A (new), C 
(new), 3d; 4th, 8th, iith, I4th; independ 
ent batteries, i8th, 24th, 26th, 33d. 

Engineers; regiments, ist, isth (new), 50th. 

Sharpshooters; companies, 6th. 

Infantry; regiments, I3th, 2Oth, 24th, 26th, 
27th, 33d, 78th, 89th, looth, io4th, losth, 
io8th*, i20th, i40th*, 15 ist, is6th, i64th, 
I 75th, i 78th, i 88th, i93d, I94th. 

IN THE COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY : 
Cavalry; regiments, 25th, 2d Veteran. 
Artillery; regiments, battery K, ist; I3th, 

i6th ; independent battery, I2th. 
Infantry; regiments, 32d, 43d, 115th, I53d. 

IN THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK: 

Cavalry; regiments, ist, 2d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, 
9th, iith, i2th, I3th, I4th, i6th, iSth, 23d, 
25th, ist Mounted Rifles, 2d Veteran. 

Artillery; regiments, companies A, B, C, D, 
E, F and I, 2d; battery B (new), 3d; 4th, 
5th, 6th, iith, i3th, isth, i6th, Marine; 
battalions, ist and 2d ; independent bat 
teries, 2d*, 3d*, 4th*, sth, 6th*, gth*. loth* 
(new), I3th*, 2Oth, 28th. 

Engineers; regiments, ist, 15th. 

Infantry; regiments, ist*, 3d, 4th*, 5th, 5th 
Veteran*, 6th*, 7th, 7th Veteran, 8th*, 9th, 
loth, iith*, i2th, isth, 1 7th, I7th Veteran*, 
20th, 25th*, 29th*, 3ist, 32d, 35th, 36th, 
37th, 38th, 39th*, 4Oth, 41 st, 42d*, 43d, 
45th*, 46th*, 47th, 48th, 5 ist*, 52d*, 53d, 
54th, 55th*, 57th, s8th*, 59th, 6ist, 63d, 
65th, 66th, 68th, 69th, 7oth, 7ist, 72d, 73d, 
74th, 78th, 79th* 82d*, 83d, 87th, 88th, 
90th, 94th, 95th, 99th, loist, iO2d, iO3d, 
Ii9th, I27th, I3ist, I32d, I33d, I45th, 
I55th, is6th, 



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i6sth, i68th, i-oth, I73d 

i/6th, i ;8th, i82d*, i86th, igoth*, 191 st, 

I92d; Independent Battalion Light In 

fantry*. 

IN THE COUNTY OF NIAGARA : 
Cavalry; regiments, 3d, 7th, 8th, i^th, 2d 

Mounted Rifles. 
Artillery; regiments, battery M, 1st; 8th, 

9th, nth, independent batteries, I2th, i7th, 

iQth. 23d, 25th, 33d. 
Engineers; regiments, 5oth. 
Infantry; regiments, 2ist, 28th, 49th, 78th, 

looth, 105th, I32d, isist, i64th, I78th, 

i79th, i87th, I94th, 35th independent com 



pany 



IN THE COUNTY OF ONEIDA: 



Cavalry; regiments, 3d, 7th, 8th, nth, I3th, 
iSth, 20th, 22d, 24th, ist Mounted Rifles, 
Oneida company. 

Artillery; regiments, battery A, 1st; batteries 
G*, L (new), and M, 2d; battery C 
(new), 3d; 4th, nth, I3th, I4th, i6th. 

Engineers; 15th (new), 5Oth. 

Infantry; regiments, 3d, I4th, 24th, 26th, 
57th, 78th, 8ist, 97th, loist, H7th, 14151, 
I46th, i6ist, i64th, I79th, iSgth, I92d, i93d, 
194th. 

IN THE COUNTY OF ONONDAGA: 

Cavalry; regiments, troop F*, ist; 2d, loth, 
I2th, I5th, i6th, 20th, 22d, 24th, ist 
Mounted Rifles, ist Veteran, Oneida com 
pany. 

Artillery; regiments, batteries A and B, ist; 
new batteries, A, C, D, F, G, 3d; I3th, 
I4th, i6th; independent batteries, loth 
(old) and I2th. 

Engineers; regiments, i$th (new), soth. 

Infantry; regiments, 3d, I2th, I4th, igth, 
20th, 24th, 86th, loist, I22d, I49th, I76th, 
i 79th, iSsth, i87th, 



IN THE COUNTY OF ONTARIO: 
Cavalry; regiments 8th, 9th, I5th, 24th, ist 

Mounted Rifles, ist Veteran. 
Artillery; regiments, battery K, 1st; 4th, 9th, 

nth, i3th, i6th. 

Engineers; regiments, ist, I5th (new), soth. 
Infantry; regiments, i8th, 27th, 28th, 33d, 

38th, 8sth, xooth, i26th, I48th, iS4th, i6oth, 

i 79th, i 88th, i 94th. 



IN THE COUNTY OF ORANGE: 
Cavalry; regiments, 2d, 3d, 5th, 7th, 15th, 

25th, ist Mounted Rifles, ist Veteran, ist 

Dragoons. 
Artillery; regiments, 7th, I3th, 15th, i6th; 

independent batteries, 7th. 
Engineers; regiments, ist, 15th (new). 
Infantry; regiments, 3d, 5th, 7th Veteran, 

9th, i8th, 36th, s6th, 65th, 70th, 93d, 98th, 

ii5th, I24th, I53d, is6th, i68th, 1761!:, 

1 79th, I92d. 

IN THE COUNTY OF ORLEANS : 
Cavalry; regiments, 3d, 6th, 8th, 22d, 2d 

Mounted Rifles. 
Artillery; regiments, 8th, I4th, i6th; inde 

pendent batteries, I2th, I7th, 25th. 
Infantry; regiments 2ist, 27th, 28th, poth, 

I04th, I47th, I54th, 



IN THE COUNTY OF OSWEGO: 

Cavalry; regiments, 7th, nth, I2th, 15th, 

i6th, 2Oth, 24th, ist Veteran. 
Artillery; regiments, batteries F, G, 1st; bat 

tery M, 2d; 3d, 4th, 6th, 9th, nth, I3th, 

I4th, i6th; independent batteries 2ist. 
Engineers; regiments, ist (new), 5Oth. 
Infantry; regiments, igth, 2ist, 23d, 24th, 

37th, 8ist, iioth*, I37th, I43d, I47th, i84th, 

i Sgth, I93d. 

IN THE COUNTY OF OTSEGO: 
Cavalry; regiments, 2d, 3d, 6th, loth, 22d, 2d 

Mounted Rifles. 
Artillery; regiments, battery A, ist; battery 

L (new), 2d; battery M, 3d; i3th, i6th. 
Engineers; regiments, 1st. 
Infantry; regiments, 3d, 43d, 76th, OX)th, 

I2ist, I46th, I52d, I54th, 



IN THE COUNTY OF PUTNAM : 
Cavalry; regiments, ist Mounted Rifles. 
Artillery; regiments, 4th, 6th, I3th, I4th. 
Engineers; regiments, ist. 
Infantry; regiments, 38th, 59th, 65th, 95th, 
i 54th, I94th. 

IN THE COUNTY OF QUEENS: 
Cavalry; regiments, 2d, I4th, 24th, 25th. 
Artillery; regiments, battery L (original), 

2d ; independent batteries, I2th. 
Engineers; regiments, I5th. 



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Infantry; regiments, 5th, 7th Veteran, 151)1, 
I7th Veteran; 20th, 74th, goth, iigth, 
i32d, I3gth, I45th, I55th, I56th, 158th, 
i, igist, 



IN THE COUNTY OF RENSSELAER: 

Cavalry; regiments, 2d, 3d, 5th, 6th, 7th, gth, 

nth, i2th, i6th, i8th, 2ist, 25th, ist 

Mounted Rifles, 2d Veteran. 
Artillery; regiments, 4th, I3th, isth, i6th ; 

independent batteries, I2th. 
Infantry; regiments, 2d, 3d, 7th Veteran, 

roth, 22d, 30th, 62d, 6sth, gist, g3d, iO4th, 
, i6gth, i75th, i77th, ig2d. 



IN THE COUNTY OF RICHMOND: 

Cavalry; regiments, nth. 

Artillery; regiments, batteries A, B, K, 2d ; 

independent battery, 5th. 

Infantry; regiments, 5th, gth, I7th Veteran, 
, i45th, I56th, i86th, i88th, igist. 



IN THE COUNTY OF ROCKLAND: 
Artillery; independent batteries, 7th. 
Engineers; regiments, ist. 
Infantry; regiments, I7th, g5th, I35th, I4ist. 

IN THE COUNTY OF ST. LAWRENCE: 

Cavalry; regiments, 6th, 7th, gth, nth, I2th, 

I3th, i6th, i8th, 20th, 24th, 26th. 
Artillery; regiments, battery D, ist; battery 

L (new), 2d; I3th, i4th, i6th. 
Engineers; regiments, 50th. 
Infantry; regiments, i6th, i8th, 24th, 6oth, 

92d, looth, io2d, io6th, i42d, i64th, i6gth, 

ig3d. 

IN THE COUNTY OF SARATOGA: 

Cavalry; regiments, 7th, i2th, 25th, ist 

Mounted Rifles, 2d Veteran. 
Artillery; regiments, 4th, i3th. 
Infantry; regiments, 2d, 3d, 22d, 30th, 53d, 

77th, iisth, i53d. 

IN THE COUNTY OF SCHENECTADY : 

Cavalry; regiments, 7th, 25th, ist Mounted 

Rifles, 2d Veteran. 
Artillery; regiments, battery M, 3d; 4th, 

I3th, i6th. 
Infantry; regiments, 2d, 3d, /th Veteran, 

i8th, 30th, 43d, gist, I34th, I75th, I77th, 

IQ2d. 



IN THE COUNTY OF SCHOHARIE: 
Cavalry; regiments, 2d, i6th. 
Artillery; regiments, battery G (new), 3d; 

4th, 8th. 
Infantry; regiments, 3d, 76th, io2d, I34th. 

IN THE COUNTY OF SCHUYLER: 
Cavalry; regiments, 24th. 
Artillery; regiments, battery M, 3d; 5th, 

I4th, i6th ; independent batteries, 2Oth. 
Engineers; regiments, 15th, 5oth. 
Infantry; regiments, 3d, 23d, 6oth, 8gth, 

looth, io6th, io7th, I4ist, i6rst, i75th, 

i/gth, 



IN THE COUNTY OF SENECA: 
Cavalry; regiments, 8th, nth, 22d, ist Vet 

eran. 
Artillery; regiments, battery H, 2d; batteries 

C, D (new), G (new), 3d; nth, i6th. 
Engineers; regiments, I5th (new), 50th. 
Infantry; regiments, igth, 26th, 33d, 75th, 

looth, i26th, I48th, i6oth, I75th, iSgth. 



IN THE COUNTY OF STEUBEN : 
Cavalry; regiments, 6th, 22d, 2d Mounted 

Rifles, ist and 2d Veteran. 
Artillery; regiments, batteries E and K, ist; 

4th, loth, i3th, I4th, i6th; independent 

batteries, 28th. 

Engineers; regiments, I5th (new), 5oth. 
Infantry; regiments, 23d, 34th, 35th, 78th, 

86th, looth, I02d, io4th, io7th, 141 st, i6ist, 
, I7gth, iSSth, i8g:h. 



IN THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK. 
Cavalry; regiments, nth, isth. 
Infantry; regiments, i2th, /4th, goth, I02d, 

i27th, I28th, i3ist, I3gth, I45th, I55th, 

i 5gth, i 76th. 

IN THE COUNTY OF SULLIVAN : 
Cavalry; regiments, i5th, 25th, ist Mounted 

Rifles, 2d Mounted Rifles. 
Artillery; regiments, 5th, i5th; independent 

batteries, 8th. 
Infantry; regiments, l8th, 28th, 56th, I4ist, 

I43d. 

IN THE COUNTY OF TIOGA : 
Cavalry; regiments, 5th, 8th, 21 st. 
Artillery; regiments, 3d, I3th. 
Engineers; regiments, I5th (new), 50th. 
Infantry; regiments 3d, igth, 23d, 26th, 64th, 
76th, logth, i37th, i/gth, ig4th. 



IN THE STATE 



77 



IN THE COUNTY OF TOMPKINS: 
Cavalry; regiments, I5th, 2ist. 
Artillery; regiments, battery M, 3d. 
Engineers ; regiments, 5Oth. 
Infantry; regiments, igth, 23d, 32d, 64th, 
/6th, icxpth, 13/th, I43d, i~glh. 

IN THE COUNTY OF ULSTER: 
Cavalry; regiments, 2d, 5th, 7th, i5th, 25th, 

1st Mounted Rifles. 
Artillery; regiments, 4th, 5th, I3th, I5th; in 

dependent batteries, 7th, I2th. 
Engineers; regiments, ist, i^th (new). 
Infantry; regiments, 7th Veteran, 2Oth, 48th, 

56th, 7ist, Both, iO2d, i20th, I24th, I32d, 

I43d, I56th, i68th, I76th, I78th, iQ2d. 



IN THE COUNTY OF WARREN: 
Cavalry; regiments, 2d Veteran. 
Artillery; regiments, i6th; independent bat 

teries, 23d. 
Infantry; regiments, 2d, 22d, 77th, 93d, 96th, 

n8th, i23d, I53d, i69th, i75th. 

IN THE COUNTY OF WASHINGTON: 
Cavalry; regiments, 2d, 6th, 7th, ist Mounted 

Rifles, 2d Veteran. 
Artillery; regiments, 4th, 5th, i6th. 
Infantry; regiments, 2d, 3d, 22d, 43d, 53d, 

87th, 93d, 96th, I23d, i6ist, i69th, I76th, 

r 77th. 

IN THE COUNTY OF WAYNE: 
Cavalry; regiments, 8th, loth, I5th, 22d, 2d 
Mounted Rifles, ist Veteran. 



Artillery; regiments, battery L, ist, 3d, 9th, 

I4th. 

Engineers; regiments, i5th (new). 
Infantry; regiments, i3th, I7th, igth, 24th, 

27th, 33d, 65th, 67th, 75th, 9oth, 96th, g8th, 

I05th, inth, i6oth, 



IN THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER: 
Cavalry; regiments, 2d, 4th, nth, i6th, 25th, 

1st Mounted Rifles. 
Artillery; regiments, 4th, 5th, 6th, I3th ; inde 

pendent batteries, 5th, 7th, I2th. 
Engineers; regiments, ist, I5th (new). 
Infantry; regiments, 5th, 7th Veteran, 9th, 

1 7th, 27th, 32d, 38th, 48th, 4gth, sgth, 65th, 

95th, i64th, i68th, i76th, i86th, igist, 



IN THE COUNTY OF WYOMING : 
Cavalry; regiments, 5th, gth, 2d Mounted 

Rifles, ist Veteran, ist Dragoons. 
Artillery; regiments, 8th; independent bat 

teries, 24th. 
Infantry; regiments, I7th, 20th, 33d, looth, 

I04th, I05th, I36th, i6oth, i/gth, i87th. 

IN THE COUNTY OF YATES : 
Cavalry; regiments, 8th, i5th, 2Oth, 22d. 
Artillery; regiments, battery B (new), 3d; 

I3th, I4th. 

Engineers; regiments, 5Oth. 
Infantry; regiments, 3d, 33d, 76th, 8/th, 

I26th, I36th, i 48th, I79th, iSSth, 



The following states also contributed men to volunteer organizations of 
this state, thereby increasing the number of men who served therein, but not 
decreasing the number credited to the state, inasmuch as these men were 
credited properly to the states from which they came : 



Connecticut, furnished men to Companies A, 
C and D, 2d Cavalry, Battery I, 2d Artil 
lery, gth, 48th and 65th Regiments of In 
fantry. 

Illinois, furnished men to Batteries B and G, 
ist Artillery, 4th Independent Battery, the 
Marine Artillery, and the 6oth Regiment 
of Infantry. 

Indiana, furnished men to Companies F, H 
and I, 2d Cavalry. 

Maine, furnished men to the 2d and 6jth 
Regiments of Infantry. 



Maryland, furnished men to the 68th Regi 
ment of Infantry. 

Massachusetts, furnished men to the 5th and 
6th Regiments of Cavalry, the 7th Inde 
pendent Battery, and the 2d, 4Oth, 48 h, 
53d, 63d, 7oth, 72d and 74th Regiments of 
Infantry. 

Michigan, furnished men to Company K*, 
ist Cavalry, and the 7Oth and 78th Regi 
ments of Infantry. 

New Jersey, furnished men to Companies A, 
B and K, 2d Cavalry ; Company M*, 3d 
Cavalry; Company I*, 5th Cavalry, nth 



IN THE STATE 



Cavalry; Battery A, 4th Artillery; Bat 
tery L, 6th Artillery; the Marine Artil 
lery; the 6th Independent Battery; the ist 
and I5th Engineers, and the 5th, pth, i5th, 
2oth, 4ist, 48th, 62d, 68th, 7oth, 7ist, 72d, 
83d, 88th, i02d Regiments of Infantry. 

Ohio, furnished men to Company L*, 3d 
Cavalry; Company H, 4th Cavalry; nth 
Independent Battery, and the 59th and 6sth 
Regiments of Infantry. 

Pennsylvania, furnished men to troop C*, ist 
Cavalry; Company H, 2d Cavalry; 4th and 



9th Regiments of Cavalry; Company B, 

I5th Artillery; ist and 50th Engineers; the 

29th, 4oth, 41 st, 68th, yoth, 7 ist and 74th 

Regiments of Infantry. 
Rhode Island, furnished men to the 65th 

Regiment of Infantry. 
Vermont, furnished men to Company F, 2d 

Cavalry, and the 2d and 3d Regiments of 

Infantry. 
District of Columbia, furnished men to the 

Marine Artillery. 



ORGANIZATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES SERVICE. 

The state furnished during the war the following numbers of 
organizations : 

Sharp- 
Cavalry Artillery Engineers shooters Infantry Total 
Regs. Cos. Regs. Cos. Regs. Cos. Regs. Cos. Regs. Cos. 

Of the Militia and Nat. Guard 2 .... 3 63 2 63 7 

Of the State Volunteers 27 8 15 34 3 4 182 8 227 54 

Of the U. S. Volunteers 4 4 

Of the U. S. Colored Troops 3 3 



Total . . . 



27 



37 



8 248 10 293 65 



Or an equivalent of three hundred regiments. 

The first organization to leave the state was the Seventh Militia, which 
left April I9th, 1861 ; the first two years organization to leave the state was 
the Eleventh regiment, which left April 29th, 1861 ; the first three years 
organizations to leave the state were the Eighty-second and Eighty-fourth 
regiments, which left May i8th, 1861. 

The last organization from this state to be mustered out of the United 
States service was Company A of the Twenty-first Cavalry, mustered out 
August 3 ist, 1866, and the last volunteer from this state to leave that service 
was Major David Gribben, Additional Paymaster U. S. Volunteers, who was 
mustered out June ist, 1869. 

Below will be found not only the organizations which entered the United 
States service, but also those which failed to be completed. 



OF MILITIA AND NATIONAL GUARD. 



ist Cavalry, Company A; left the state 
July I3th, 1861 ; service 3 months : mustered 
out October 23d, 1861. 

3d Cavalry, Company C; left the state July 
24th, 1861 ; service 3 months ; mustered out 
November 2d, 1861. 



Artillery, Varian s Battery; left the state 
April 2oth, 1861 ; service 3 months ; mustered 
out July 20th, 1861. 

ist battalion Artillery, 2 companies; mus 
tered in August 3ist, 1864; service 100 days; 
mustered out November 22d, 1864. 



IN THE STATE 



79 



4th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
i8th, 1863; service 30 days; mustered out 
July 24th, 1863. 

5th regiment Infantry; left the state April 
27th, 1861 ; service 3 months; mustered out 
August 7th, 1861. 

5th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
iSth, 1863; service 30 days; mustered out 
July 22d, 1863. 

6th regiment Infantry; left the state April 
2ist, 1861 ; service 3 months; mustered out 
July 3ist, 1861. 

6th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
22d, 1863 ; service 30 days ; mustered out 
July 22d, 1863. 

7th regiment Infantry; left the state April 
igth, 1861 ; service 30 days; mustered out 
June 3d, 1861. 

7th regiment Infantry; left the state May 
26th, 1862 ; service 3 months ; mustered out 
September gth, 1862. 

7th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
i6th, 1863 ; service 30 days ; mustered out 
July 20th, 1863. 

8th regiment Infantry; left the state April 
23d, 1861 ; service 3 months; mustered out 
August 2d, 1861. 

8th regiment Infantry; left the state May 
29th, 1862 ; service 3 months ; mustered out 
September Qth, 1862. 

8th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
iSth, 1863; service 30 days; mustered out 
July 23d, 1863. 

nth regiment Infantry; left the state May 
28th, 1862; service 3 months; mustered cut 
September l6th, 1862. 

nth regiment Infantry; left the state June 
iSth, 1863 ; service 30 days ; mustered out 
July 20th, 1863. 

I2th regiment Infantry; left the state April 
2ist, 1861 ; service 3 months; mustered out 
August 5th, 1861. 

I2th regiment Infantry ; left the state June 
6th, 1862 ; service 3 months ; mustered out 
October i2th, 1862. 

i2th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
iSth, 1863; service 30 days; mustered out 
July 20th, 1863. 

I3th regiment Infantry ; left the state April 
23d, 1861 ; service 3 months ; mustered out 
August 6th, 1861. 

I3th regiment Infantry; left the state May 
30th, 1862; service 3 months; mustered out 
September 28th, 1862. 



I3th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
2Oth, 1863 ; service 30 days ; mustered out 
July 2Oth, 1863. 

I5th regiment Infantry; mustered in June 
6th, 1864; service 30 days; mustered out 
July ;th, 1864. 

I7th regiment Infantry; left the state July 
3d, 1863 ; service 30 days ; mustered out 
August I3th, 1863. 

iSth regiment Infantry; left the state July 
3d, 1863; service 30 days; mustered out Au 
gust I3th, 1863. 

igth regiment Infantry; left the state June 
4th, 1862; service 3 months; mustered out 
September 6th, 1862. 

20th regiment Infantry; left the state May 
7th, 1861 ; service 3 months ; mustered out 
August 2d, 1861. 

2ist regiment Infantry; left the state June 
27th, 1863; service 30 days; mustered out 
August 6th, 1863. 

22d regiment Infantry; left the state May 
28th, 1862 ; service 3 months ; mustered out 
September 5th, 1862. 

22d regiment Infantry; left the state June 
igth, 1863; service 30 days; mustered out 
July 24th, 1863. 

23d regiment Infantry; left the state June 
iSth, 1863; service 30 days; mustered out 
July 22d, 1863. 

25th regiment Infantry ; left the state April 
22d, 1861 ; service 3 months ; mustered out 
August 4th, 1861. 

25th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
4th, 1862; service 3 months; mustered out 
September 8th, 1862. 

28th regiment Infantry; left the state April 
30th, 1861 ; service 3 months ; mustered out 
August 5th, 1861. 

28th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
20th, 1863 ; service 30 days ; mustered out 
July 22d, 1863. 

28th regiment Infantry; mustered in Sep 
tember 2d, 1864 ; service 100 days ; mustered 
out November I3th, 1864. 

37th regiment Infantry; left the state May 
29th, 1862 ; service 3 months ; mustered out 
September 2d, 1862. 

37th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
I9th, 1863 ; service 30 days ; mustered out 
July 22d, 1863. 

37th regiment Infantry; mustered in May 
6th, 1864; service 30 days; mustered out 
June 6th, 1864. 



8o 



IN THE STATE 



47th regiment Infantry; left the state May 
26th, 1862 ; service 3 months ; mustered out 
September 1st, 1862. 

47th regiment Infantry, left the state June 
26th, 1863 ; service 30 days ; mustered out 
July 23d, 1863. 

50th regiment Infantry; Company A; mus 
tered in September 2d, 1864; service 100 
days ; mustered out December 3d, 1864. 

Soth regiment Infantry, Company B ; mus 
tered in September 2d, 1864; service 100 
days; mustered out December 3d, 1864. 

52d regiment Infantry; left the state June 
22d, 1863; service 30 days; mustered out 
July 25th, 1863. 

54th regiment Infantry; mustered in July 
24th, 1864; service 100 days; mustered out 
November loth, 1864. 

55th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
24th, 1863; service 30 days; mustered out 
July 27th, 1863. 

56th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
20th, 1863 ; service 30 days ; mustered out 
July 24th, 1863. 

56th regiment Infantry; mustered in Au 
gust 2d, 1864 ; service 100 days ; mustered out 
November 6th, 1864. 

58th regiment Infantry; mustered in Au 
gust 27th, 1864; service 100 days; mustered 
out December 3d, 1864. 

65th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
ipth, 1863 ; service 30 days ; mustered out 
July 30th, 1863. 

67th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
25th, 1863 ; service 30 days ; mustered out 
August 3d, 1863. 

68th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
24th, 1863 ; service 30 days ; mustered out 
July 25th, 1863. 

69th regiment Infantry; left the state April 
23d, 1861 ; service 3 months; mustered out 
August 3d, 1861. 

69th regiment Infantry; left the state May 
30th, 1862 ; service 3 months ; mustered out 
September 3d, 1862. 



6o.th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
22d, 1863; service 30 days; mustered out 
July 25th, 1863. 

6gth regiment Infantry; mustered in July 
I3th, 1864; service 3 months; mustered out 
October 6th, 1864. 

7ist regiment Infantry; left the state April 
2ist, 1861 ; service 3 months; mustered out 
July 3Oth, 1861. 

7ist regiment Infantry; left the state May 
28th, 1862; service 3 months; mustered out 
September 2d, 1862. 

7ist regiment Infantry; left the state June 
iSth, 1863 ; service 30 days ; mustered out 
July 22d, 1863. 

74th regiment Infantry; left the state June 
ipth, 1863 ; service 30 days ; mustered out 
August 3d, 1863. 

74th regiment Infantry; mustered in No 
vember i6th, 1863 ; service 30 days ; mus 
tered out December i6th, 1863. 

77th regiment Infantry; mustered in Au 
gust 2d, 1864; service 100 days; mustered out 
November ipth, 1864. 

84th regiment Infantry; left the state July 
3d, 1863 ; service 30 days ; mustered out Au 
gust 4th, 1863. 

84th regiment Infantry; left the state July 
I3th, 1864; service 100 days; mustered out 
October 29th, 1864. 

93d regiment Infantry; left the state July 
20th, 1864; service 100 days; mustered out 
November ist, 1864. 

98th regiment Infantry; mustered in Au 
gust 25th, 1864; service 100 days; mustered 
out December 22d, 1864. 

9Qth regiment Infantry; mustered in Au 
gust 22d, 1864; service 100 days; mustered 
out November 9th, 1864. 

iO2d regiment Infantry; mustered in Au 
gust 25th, 1864; service 100 days; mustered 
out November I3th, 1864. 

Recruits, infantry; left the state Septem 
ber and October, 1864; service 100 days; 
mustered out November and December, 1864. 



OF STATE VOLUNTEERS. 
Cavalry. 



ist regiment, left the state by companies 
from July 2ist to September 7th, 1861, for 3 
years ; mustered out June 27th, 1865. 

2d regiment, left the state September and 
October, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out 
June 23d, 1865. 



3d regiment, left the state by companies in 
August and September, 1861, for 3 years ; 
transferred July 2 ist, 1865, to 4th Provis 
ional Regiment of Cavalry as Companies 
B, F, H, I and L. 



IN THE STATE 



81 



4th regiment, left the state August 29th, 
1861, for 3 years ; transferred February 27th, 
1865, to Qth Cavalry, as Companies B, E and 
L. 

5th regiment, left the state November i8th, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out July ipth, 
1865. 

6th regiment, left the state December 23d, 
1861, for 3 years; transferred June i/th, 1865, 
to 2d Provisional Regiment of Cavalry as 
Companies A, B, C, D, E, I, L and M. 

7th regiment, left the state November 23d, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out March 3ist, 
1862. 

8th regiment, left the state November 2Qth, 
1861, for 3 years ; mustered out June 2/th, 
1865. 

Qth regiment, left the state November 26th, 
1861, for 3 years ; mustered out June i/th, 
1865. 

loth regiment, left the state December 
24th, 1861, for 3 years; transferred July loth, 
1865, to ist Provisional Regiment of 
Cavalry, company to corresponding company. 

nth regiment, left the state May 5th, 1862, 
for 3 years; mustered out July 2ist and Sep 
tember 30th, 1865. 

I2th regiment, left the state by detach 
ments May to November, 1863, for 3 years ; 
mustered out July igth, 1865. 

I3th regiment, left the state June to No 
vember, 1863, and March, 1864, for 3 years ; 
transferred August I7th, 1865, to 3d Pro 
visional Regiment of Cavalry, Company A 
to Company G, B to M, C to H, D to D, 
E to L, F to A, G to B, H to F, I to E, 
K to K, L to C and M to I. 

I4th regiment, left the state February, 
April and October, 1863, for 3 years; trans 
ferred June I2th, 1865, to i8th Cavalry. 

I5th regiment, left the state from Septem 
ber to November, 1863, and January, 1864, 
for 3 years; transferred June I7th, 1865, to 
2d Provisional Regiment Cavalry, as Com 
panies F, G, H and K. 

i6th regiment, left the state June, August 
to October, 1863, for 3 years ; transferred 
August I7th, 1865, to 3d Provisional Regi 
ment Cavalry, Company A to Company H, 
B to C. C to I, D to K, E to D, F to B, G 
to A, H to L, I to E, K to M, L to F, and 
M to G. 

i7th regiment, not organized, the men en 
listed transferred to the ist Veteran Cavalry. 
6 



i8th regiment, left the state September, 
October, December, 1863, and January, 1864, 
for 3 years; mustered out May 3ist, 1866. 

igth regiment, originally i3Oth Infantry ; 
changed from iQth Cavalry to ist Dragoons. 

2Oth regiment, left the state September 
3Oth, 1863, for 3 years ; mustered out Juiy 
31 st, 1865. 

2ist regiment, left the state September, 
October, November, 1863, and February, 
1864, for 3 years; mustered out June 23d to 
August 3ist, 1866. 

22d regiment, left the state March, 1864, 
for 3 years; mustered out August ist, 1865. 

23d regiment, left the state May, 1863, for 
3 years ; mustered out July 22d, 1865 ; only 
two companies organized. 

24th regiment, left the state February 23d, 

1864, for 3 years ; transferred July loth, 

1865, to ist Provisional Regiment Cavalry, 
company to corresponding company. 

25th regiment, left the state by detach 
ments in 1864, for 3 years ; mustered out 
June 2/th, 1865. 

26th regiment, mastered in in February, 
1865, for I year ; mustered out June 29th to 
July /th, 1865 ; only five companies fur 
nished by this state. 

ist Dragoons, left the state September 6, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 30th, 
1865. 

ist Mounted Rifles, left the state July and 
December, 1861, and August, 1862, for 3 
years; transferred September 6th, 1865, to 
4th Provisional Regiment of Cavalry, as 
Companies A, C, D, E, G, K and M. 

2d Mounted Rifles, left the state March, 
1864, for 3 years ; mustered out August loth, 
1865. 

ist Veteran regiment, left the state July, 
September, October and November, 1863, for 
3 years ; mustered out July 2Oth, 1865. 

2d Veteran regiment, left the state from 
August to December, 1863, for 3 years ; 
mustered out November 8th, 1865. 

Oneida Company, left the state Septem 
ber, 1861, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
I3th, 1865. 

ist Provisional Regiment, organized July 
loth, 1865; mustered out July igth, 1865; 
composed of loth and 24th Cavalry. 

2d Provisional Regiment, organized June 
I7th, 1865; mustered out August 9th, 1865; 
composed of 6th and 15th Cavalry. . 



82 



IN THE STATE 



3d Provisional Regiment, organized Aug 
ust I7th, 1865; mustered out September 2ist, 
1865 ; composed of ijth and i6th Cavalry. 

4th Provisional Regiment ; organized Sep 



tember 6th, 1865 ; mustered out November 
2pth, 1865; composed of jd Cavalry and ist 
Mounted Rifles. 



Artillery. 



ist regiment, left the state October 3ist 
and November 2ist, 1861, for 3 years; mus 
tered out June i6th to 28th, 1865. 

2d regiment, left the state November /th 
and December, 1861, for 3 years ; mustered 
out September 2gth, 1865 ; original Battery 
L became the 34th battery in November, 
1863. 

3d regiment, left the state June 6th, 1861, 
for 2 and 3 years ; mustered out June 2d, 
1863, and June 23d to July 24th, 1865 ; origi 
nally ipth Infantry. 

4th regiment, left the state February 10th, 
1862, for 3 years; mustered out September 
26th, 1865; third Battalion, originally nth 
Artillery. 

5th regiment, left the state May and De 
cember, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
24th, 26th, and July igth, 1865; third Bat 
talion, originally 6th Battalion of Artillery. 

6th regiment, left the state September 5th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 28th 
and August 24th, 1865; originally I35th In 
fantry. 

7th regiment, left the state August iQth, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 26th 
and August ist, 1865; originally H3th In 
fantry. 

8th regiment, left the state August 23d, 
1862, for 3 years ; Companies A to K mus 
tered out June 5th, 1865 ; Companies L, M, 
and the men of Companies A, B, C, D and 
F not to be discharged with the companies, 
transferred to roth Infantry; those of Com 
panies G, H, I and K to 4th Artillery; origi 
nally I2gth N. Y. Infantry. 

gth regiment, left the state September I2th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out July 6th, 
1865 ; but the men not to be discharged, 
transferred June 27th, 1865, to 2d Artillery 
as Companies I, K, L and M ; originally 
i 38th Infantry. 

loth regiment, left the state September 
I7th and 20th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered 
out June 23d, 1865, but the men not to be 
discharged transferred to 6th Artillery as 
Companies E, F and G; originally 4th, 5th 
and 7Jh Battalions of Artillery. 



nth regiment, left the state June 24th, 

1863, for 3 years ; the four organized com 
panies transferred July 25th, 1863, to the 4th 
Artillery as Companies I, K, L and M ; the 
regiment not completed. 

I2th regiment, not organized; the men en 
listed transferred to the I5th Artillery. 

I3th regiment, left the state October, 1863, 
and in 1864, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
28th, 1865 ; but the men not to be discharged 
transferred those of Company F to Company 
A, of E to C, and H to A, D and G; and 
July i8th, 1865, Companies A, B, C, D and 
G to 6th Artillery as Companies H, I, K, 
L and M. 

i4th regiment, left the state April, 1864, 
for 3 years ; mustered out August 26th, 1865. 

I5th regiment, left the state December 
igth, 1861, and by companies in 1863 and 

1864, for 3 years ; mustered out August 22d, 
1865 ; Companies A, B, C, D and E origi 
nally 3d Battalion. 

i6th regiment, left the state by companies 
in October and December, 1863, and in Janu 
ary, 1864, for 3 years; mustered out August 
2ist, 1865. 

Marine, left the state by companies in 
1861 and 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out 
March 3 ist, 1863. 

ist battalion, left the state October I2th, 
1861, for 3 years; the four companies of the 
battalion were converted into the 2gth, 3Oth, 
3ist and 32d Independent Batteries March 
i6th, 1863. 

2d battalion, left the state December i6th, 
1861, for 3 years; the four companies of the 
battalion were consolidated into two bat 
teries, A and B, December 2ist, 1861 ; and 
these in October, 1862, were converted into 
the I4th and I5th Independent Batteries. 

3d battalion, left the state December igth, 

1861, for 3 years; transferred September 
30th, 1863, to the isth Artillery as Com 
panies A, B, C, D and E. 

4th battalion, mustered in September iSth, 

1862, for 3 years; transferred December 
3ist, 1862, to the loth Artillery as Companies 
E, D, M and B. 



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5th battalion, left the state September 
iSth, 1862, for 3 years; transferred Decem 
ber 31 st, 1862, to the loth Artillery as Com 
panies A, G, C and F. 

6th battalion, left the state September 20th, 
1862, for 3 years ; transferred December 
31 st, 1862, to the 5th Artillery as Companies 
I, K, L and M. 

jth battalion, left the state September 2Oth, 

1862, for 3 years; transferred December 
3 ist, 1862, to the loth Artillery as Companies 
H, I, K and L. 

Rocket Battalion, left the state December 
Qth, 1861, for 3 years ; converted into the 23d 
and 24th Independent Batteries February 
nth, 1863. 

Anthon s Battalion ; converted into the 
20th and 28th Independent Batteries Novem 
ber 26th, 1862. 

ist battery, left the state December 4th, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out June 23d, 
1865. 

2d battery, mustered in August i6th, 1861, 
for 2 years; mustered out June I3th, 1863; 
formed largely of men of the 8th and 2Qth 
Infantry; men not discharged transferred to 
Battery I, ist Artillery. 

2d battery; the men enlisted transferred 
October i-jth, 1863, to the i$th Artillery, re 
organization of battery having failed. 

3d battery, left the state May iSth, 1861, 
for 3 years ; mustered out June 24th, 1865 ; 
originally part of 82d Infantry. 

4th battery, left the state October 25th, 
1861, for 3 years; transferred December 4th, 

1863, to Company L, ist Engineers, Battery 
B, ist Artillery, the 5th and I5th Batteries. 

5th battery, left the state November i6th, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out July 6th, 
1865. 

6th battery, left the state June i6th, 1861, 
for 3 years ; mustered out July 8th, 1865. 

7th battery, left the state November 7th, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out July 22d, 
1865. 

8th battery, left the state November 7th, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out June 30th, 
1865. 

gth battery, left the state July 8th, 1861, 
for 3 years; mustered out June I3th, 1864; 
originally Company F, 41 st Infantry. 

loth battery; 3 years; transferred January 
3 ist, 1862, to 3d Artillery as Company F. 

loth battery, left the state April loth, 1862, 
for 3 years; transferred June 2ist, 1864, to 
6th Battery. 



nth battery, left the state January I7th, 
1862, for 3 years; mustered out June I3th, 
1865. 

I2th battery, left the state January i/th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June I4th, 
1865. 

i3th battery, left the state October I7th, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out July 28th, 
1865. 

I4th battery, left the state December i6th, 
1861, for 3 years; transferred September 
7th, 1863, to Batteries B and G, ist Artil 
lery; originally Battery A, 2d Battalion Ar 
tillery. 

I5th battery, left the state December i6th, 

1861, for 3 years ; transferred February 4th, 
1865, to 32d Battery; originally Battery B, 
2d Battalion Artillery. 

i6th battery, left the state March loth, 

1862, for 3 years; mustered out July 6th, 
1865. 

i/th battery, left the state August 2Qth, 
1862, for 3 years; mustered out June I2th, 
1865. 

iSth battery, left the state December 2d, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out July 2Oth, 
1865. 

iQth battery, left the state October 2Qth, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June I3th, 
1865. 

2oth battery, mustered in November and 
December, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out 
July 3ist, 1865; served in the state; origi 
nally part of Anthon s Battalion. 

21 st battery, left the state December I2th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out September 
8th, 1865. 

22d battery, left the state November 23d, 

1862, for 3 years; transferred February 5th, 

1863, to Qth Artillery as Company M. 

23d battery, left the state December Qth, 
1861, for 3 years ; mustered out July I4th, 
1865 ; originally Battery A, Rocket Battalion. 

24th battery, left the state December Qth, 

1861, for 3 years; transferred March 8th, 
1865, to 3d Artillery as Battery K; origi 
nally Battery B, Rocket Battalion. 

25th battery, left the state December i8th, 

1862, for 3 years; mustered out August :cst, 
1865. 

26th battery, left the state December 4th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out September 
1st, 1865. 

27th battery, left the state Decerrber 22d, 
1862, for 3 years; mustered ou* june 22d, 
1865. 



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28th battery, mustered in December 27th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out July 3ist, 
1865; served in the state; originally part of 
Anthon s Battalion. 

2Qth battery, left the state October 2Oth, 
1861, for 3 years ; transferred August 15th, 
1864, to 32d Battery ; originally Battery A, 
1st Battalion Artillery. 

3Oth battery, left the state October 20th, 
1861, for 3 years ; mustered out June 23d, 
1865; originally Battery B, ist Battalion Ar 
tillery. 

3ist battery, left the state October 2Oth, 
1861, for 3 years ; transferred October 25th, 
1864, to joth battery; originally Battery C, 
ist Battalion Artillery. 

32d battery, left the state October 20th, 
1861, for 3 years ; mustered out July I4th, 



1865; originally Battery D, ist Battalion Ar 
tillery. 

33d battery, left the state September 4th, 
1863, for 3 years; mustered out June 25th 
1865. 

34th battery; 3 years; the men enlisted 
transferred October I4th, 1863, to I5th Ar 
tillery; organization not completed. 

34th battery, left the state December 2d, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out June 2ist, 
1865; originally Battery L, 2cl Artillery. 

35th battery; 3 years ; the men enlisted 
transferred September 25th, 1863, to i6th 
Artillery; organization not completed. 

36th battery; 3 years; the men enlisted 
transferred October I4th, 1863, to I3th 
Artillery; organization not completed. 



Engineers. 



ist regiment, left the state October and 
December, 1861, and February, 1862, for 3 
years ; mustered out June 3Oth, 1865. 

2d regiment; the men enlisted transferred 
October 9th, 1863, to the I5th Engineers ; 
organization not completed. 

I5th regiment, left the state June 29th, 



1861, for 2 and 3 years ; mustered out June 
25th, 1863 ; June I3th and I4th and July 2d, 
1865 ; originally I5th Infantry. 

5Oth regiment, left the state September 
20th, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out July 
1 3th and I4th, 1865 ; originally 5oth In 
fantry. 



Sharpshooters. 



6th company, left the state February 3d, 

1863, for 3 years ; mustered out June 3d, 
1865. 

7th company, left the state February 3d, 

1863, for 3 years ; mustered out June 3d, 
1865. 

8th company, left the state February 3d, 

1863, for 3 years; mustered out July loth, 
1865. 



gth company, left the state February 3d, 
1863, for 9 months ; mustered out August 
5th, 1863. 

10th company ; 9 months ; not completed ; 
the men enlisted transferred June gth, 1863, 
to the 9th Cavalry and to the I /8th Infantry. 



Infantry. 



ist regiment, left the state May 2Oth, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out May 25th, 1863. 

2d regiment, left the state May 23d, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out May 26th, 1863 ; 
the three years men transferred to the 
7oth Infantry. 

3d regiment, left the state May 3ist, 1861, 
for 2 and 3 years ; mustered out May 2ist, 
1863, and August 28th, 1865. 

4th regiment, left the state June 3d, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out May 25th, 1863. 

5th regiment, left the state May 23d, 
1861, for 2 years; mustered out May i^jth, 



1863; the three years men transferred to 
the I46th Infantry. 

5th veteran regiment, left the state Oc 
tober 26th and 27th, 1863, for 3 years ; mus 
tered out August 2ist, 1865. 

6th regiment, left the state June isth, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out June 25th, 1863. 

7th regiment, left the state May 24th, 1861, 
for 2 years; mustered out May 8th, 1863; 
the three years men attached to 52d and 
July 22d, 1864, transferred to the 7th 
Veteran Infantry. 

/th veteran regiment; 3 years; the men 



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enlisted transferred October I4th, 1863, to 
the I78th Infantry; reorganization not com 
pleted. 

/th veteran regiment, left the state April 
and May, 1864, for 3 years ; mustered out 
August 4th, 1865 ; second reorganization. 

8ih regiment, left the state May 26th, 1861, 
for 2 years; mustered out April 23d, 1863; 
the three years men, one company, attached 
and finally transferred to the 68th Infantry. 

8th veteran regiment; 3 years; the men 
enlisted transferred October I4th, 1863, to the 
I /8th Infantry; reorganization not completed. 

9th regiment, left the state June 6th, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out May 2Oth, 1863 ; 
the three years men transferred to the 3d 
Infantry. 

9th veteran regiment ; 3 years ; the men 
enlisted transferred October I4th, 1863, to the 
i/th Veteran Infantry; reorganization failed. 

loth regiment, left the state June 6th, 1861, 
for 2 and 3 years ; mustered out May 7th, 
1863, and June 3Oth, 1865. 

nth regiment, left the state April 29th, 

1861, for 2 years; mustered out June 2d, 
1862. 

nth regiment; 3 years; the men enlisted 
transferred October 1st, 1863, to the i~th 
Veteran Infantry ; reorganization failed. 

I2th regiment, left the state May 29th, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out May I7th, 1863, 
except Companies D and F, three years men, 
which became Companies F and E, 5th 
Veteran Infantry, June 2d, 1864. 

I2th Militia, left the state February, 5th, 

1862, for 3 years ; transferred January 28th, 
1862, to I2th Infantry. 

I3th regiment, left the state May 3Oth, 
1861, for 2 years; mustered out May I4th, 
1863 ; the three years men transferred to 
the i4Oth Infantry. 

I4th regiment, left trie state June I7th, 
1861, for 2 years ; mustered out May 24th, 
1863; the three years men transferred to the 
44th Infantry, and a few to the I40th Infan- 
t ry. 

I5th regiment, left the state June 29th, 
1861, for 2 years ; became the I5th regiment 
of Engineers, October 25th, 1861. 

i6th regiment, left the state June 27th, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out May 22d, 1863 ; 
the three years men transferred to the I2ist 
Infantry. 

I7th regiment, left the state June 2ist, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out June 2d, 1863 ; the 



three years men transferred to the I46th In 
fantry. 

I7th veteran regiment, left the state Oc 
tober i8th, 1863, for 3 years; mustered out 
July i3th, 1865. 

iSth regiment, left the state June iQth, 
1861, for 2 years ; mustered out May 28th, 
1863 ; the three years men transferred to 
the I2ist Infantry. 

I9th regiment, left tfie state June 5th, 1861, 
for 2 years ; became the 3d regiment of Ar 
tillery December nth, 1861. 

20th regiment, left the state June I3th, 
1861, for 2 years; mustered out June ist, 
1863; the three years men transferred to 
the 3d Battery and to the U. S. Artillery. 

2Oth veteran regiment ; 3 years ; the men 
enlisted transferred October I4th, 1863, to 
the :6th Cavalry; reorganization failed. 

2ist regiment, left the state June i8th, 
1861, for 2 years; mustered cut May l8th, 
1863. 

22d regiment, left the state June 28th, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out June I9th, 1863 ; 
the three years men transferred to the 76th 
and 93d Infantry. 

23d regiment, left the state July 5th, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out May 22d, 1863 ; 
the three years men transferred to the 8oth 
Infantry. 

24th regiment, left the state July 2d, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out May 2Qth, 1863 ; 
the three years men transferred to the 76th 
Infantry. 

25th regiment, left the state July 3d, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out June 26th, 1863 ; 
the three years men transferred to the 44th 
Infantry. 

26th regiment, left the state June igth, 
1861, for 2 years; mustered out May 28th, 
1863; the three years men transferred to the 
97th Infantry. 

27th regiment, left the state July loth, 
1861, for 2 years; mustered out May 3ist, 
1863 ; the three years men transferred to 
the I2ist Infantry. 

28th regiment, left the state June 25th, 
1861, for 2 years; mustered out June 2d, 
1863 ; the three years men transferred to the 
6oth Infantry. 

29th regiment, left the state June 2ist, 
1861, for 2 years ; mustered out June 2Oth, 
1863 ; the three years men transferred to 
the 68th Infantry. 

rgth veteran regiment ; 3 years ; the men 



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enlisted transferred October I4th, 1863, to 
the I3th Artillery; reorganization failed. 

3Oth regiment, left the state June 28th, 
1861, for 2 years; mustered out June iSth, 
1863; the three years men transferred to 
the 76th Infantry. 

3ist regiment, left the state June 24th, 
1861, for 2 years ; mustered out June 4th, 
1863 ; the three years men transferred to the 
I2ist Infantry. 

3ist veteran regiment; 3 years; the men 
enlisted transferred October I4th, 1863, to 
the 5th Veteran Infantry; reorganization 
failed. 

32d regiment, left the state June 2o.th, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out June Qth, 1863 ; 
the three years men transferred to the I2ist 
Infantry. 

33d regiment, left the state July 8th, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out June 2d, 1863 ; the 
three years men transferred to the 49th In 
fantry. 

34th regiment, left the state July 3d, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out June 30th, 1863 ; 
the three years men transferred to the 82d 
Infantry. 

35th regiment, left the state July gth, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out June 5th, 1863 ; 
the three years men transferred to the 8oth 
Infantry. 

36th regiment, left the state July I2th, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out July I5th, 1863 ; 
the three years men transferred to the 6sth 
Infantry. 

37th regiment, left the state June 23d, 1861, 
for 2 years ; mustered out June 22d, 1863 ; 
the three years men transferred to the 4Oth 
Infantry. 

37th veteran regiment ; 3 years ; the men 
enlisted transferred October I4th, 1863, to 
the 5th Veteran Infantry ; reorganization 
failed. 

38th regiment, left the state June igth, 
1861, for 2 years; mustered out June 22d, 
1863 ; the three years men transferred to 
the 4Oth Infantry. 

38th veteran regiment ; 3 years ; the men 
enlisted transferred October I4th, 1863, to 
the I7th Veteran Infantry; reorganization 
failed. 

39th regiment, left the state May 28th, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out July ist, 
1865 ; the men not entitled to be discharged 
-were transferred to the i85th Infantry. 



40th regiment, left the state July 4th, 1861, 
for 3 years ; mustered out June 27th, 1865. 

4ist regiment, left the state July 8th, 1861, 
for 3 years ; mustered out December gth, 
1865. 

42d regiment, left the state July i8th, 1861, 
for 3 years; mustered out July I3th, 1864; 
the men not entitled to be discharged were 
transferred to the 82d Infantry. 

43d regiment, left the state September 21 st, 
1861, for 3 years ; mustered out June 27th, 
1865. 

44th regiment, left the state October 21 st, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out October nth, 
1864; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the i4Oth and 146111 In 
fantry. 

45th regiment, left the state October gth, 
1861, for 3 years; transferred June 30th, 
1865, to the s8th Infantry; company to cor 
responding company. 

46th regiment, left the state September 
I4th, 1861, for 3 years ; mustered out July 
28th, 1865. 

47th regiment, left the state September 
gth, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out August 
30th, 1865. 

48th regiment, left the state September 
I7th, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out Sep 
tember ist, 1865. 

49th regiment, left the state September 
20th, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out June 
2-th, 1865. 

50th regiment, left the state September 
20th, 1861, for 3 years ; became 5oth regi 
ment of Engineers October 22d, 1861. 

5 ist regiment, left the state October 29th, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out July 25th, 
1865. 

52d regiment, left the state November 
nth, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out July 
ist, 1865. 

53d regiment, left the state November 
i8th, 1861, for 3 years ; mustered out March 
2ist, 1862; except Company A, which was 
transferred to I7th Infantry as Company G. 

53d regiment; 3 years; the men enlisted 
transferred September loth, 1862, to the I32d 
and :62d Infantry; reorganization failed. 

54th regiment, left the state October 29th, 
1861, for 3 years ; mustered out April i4th, 
1866. 

55th regiment, left the state August 3 ist, 
1861, for 3 years ; transferred December 2d, 



IN THE STATE 



1862, to the 38th Infantry as Companies 
G, H, I and K. 

$6th regiment, left the state November 7th, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out October 
17th, 1865. 

57th regiment, left the state November 
igth, 1861, for 3 years ; mustered out De 
cember 6th, 1864; the men not entitled to 
be discharged were transferred to the 6ist 
Infantry. 

58th regiment, left the state November 
7th, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out October 
ist, 1865. 

59th regiment, left the state November 
23d, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out June 
30th, 1865. 

6oth regiment, left the state November 
4th, 1861, for 3 years ; mustered out July 
I7th, 1865. 

6 ist regiment, left the state November 
9th, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out July 
I4th, 1865. 

62<1 regiment, left the state August 2ist, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out August 30th, 
1865. 

63d Hegiment, left the state November 
28th, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out June 
30th, 1865. 

64th regiment, left the state December 
loth, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out July 
I4th, 1865. 

65th regiment, left the state August 27th, 
1861, for 3 years ; mustered out July I7th, 
1865. 

66th regiment, left the state November 
i6th, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out August 
30th, 1865. 

67th regiment, left the state August 21 st, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out July 4th, 
1864; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the 65th Infantry Sep 
tember ist, 1864. 

68th regiment, left the state August 24th, 
1861 ; mustered out November 30th, 1865. 

6gth regiment, left the state November 
i8th, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out June 
30th, 1865. 

7Oth regiment, left the state July 23d, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out July 1st, 
1864; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the 86th Infantry. 

7ist regiment, left the state July 23d, 1861, 
for 3 years; mustered out July 30th, 1864; 
the men not entitled to be discharged were 
transferred to the I20th Infantry. 



72d regiment, left the state July 24th, 1861, 
for 3 years; mustered out June igth to Oc 
tober 3ist, 1864; the men not entitled to be 
discharged were transferred to the I20th In 
fantry. 

73d regiment, left the state October 8th, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out June 29th, 
1865. 

74th regiment, left the state August 2Oth, 
1861 ; mustered out June, July and August, 
1864; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the 4Oth Infantry as 
Companies G and H. 

75th regiment, left the state December 6th, 

1861, for 3 years ; mustered out August 23d, 
1865. 

76th regiment, left the state January I7th, 

1862, for 3 years ; mustered out July, 1864, 
to January, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be 
discharged were transferred to the I47th In 
fantry. 

77th regiment, left the state November 
28th, 1861, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
27th, 1865. 

78th regiment, left the state April 29th, 
1862, for 3 years ; transferred July I2th, 
1864, to the I02d Infantry. 

79th regiment, left the state June 2d, 1861, 
for 3 years ; mustered out July I4th, 1865. 

8oth regiment, left the state October 26th, 

1861, for 3 years; mustered out January 
29th, 1866. 

8ist regiment, left the state March 5th, 

1862, for 3 years; mustered out August 3ist, 
1865. 

82d regiment, left the state May i8th, 
1861, for 3 years ; mustered out June 25th, 
1864; the men not entitled to be discharged 
transferred to the 59th Infantry. 

83d regiment, left the state May 27th, 1861, 
for 3 years ; mustered out June, August and 
September, 1864 ; the men not entitled to 
be discharged transferred to the 97th In 
fantry. 

84th regiment, left the state May i8th, 
1861, for 3 years ; mustered out June 6th, 
1864; the men not entitled to be discharged 
transferred to the 5th Veteran Infantry. 

85th regiment, left the state December 3d, 
1861, for 3 years; mustered out June 2/th, 
1865. 

86th regiment, left the state November 
23d, 1861, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
27th, 1865. 

87th regiment, left the state December 



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2cl, 1861, for 3 years; Company B transferred 
September n, 1862, to the I73d Infantry; 
the remainder of regiment to the 4Oth In 
fantry September 6th, 1862. 

88th regiment, left the state December 
i6th, 1861, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
30th, 1865. 

8gth regiment, left the state December 
6th, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out August 
3d, 1865. 

goth regiment, left the state January 5th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out February 
Qth, 1866. 

Qist regiment, left the state January Qth, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out July 3d, 
1865. 

Q2d regiment, left the state March 5th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out January 7th, 
1865; those not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the p6th Infantry. 

93d regiment, left the state March 7th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 29th, 
1865. 

94th regiment, left the state March i8th, 
1862, for 3 years; mustered out July iSth, 
1865. 

95th regiment, left the state March i8th, 
1862, for 3 years; mustered out July i6th, 
1865. 

96th regiment, left the state March nth, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out February 
6th, 1866. 

97th regiment, left the state March I2th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out July i8th, 
1865. 

98th regiment, left the state March 8th, 
1862, for 3 years; mustered out August 3ist, 
1865. 

99th regiment, left the state May, 1861, 
for 3 years ; mustered out July ISth, 1865. 

looth regiment, left the state March loth, 
1862, for 3 years; mustered out August 28th, 
1865. 

loist regiment, left the state March 9th, 
1862, for 3 years; transferred December 
24th, 1862, to the 37th Infantry. 

!O2d regiment, left the state March loth, 
1862, for 3 years; mustered out July 2ist, 
1865. 

iO3d regiment, left the state March 5th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out March 7th 
and December 7th, 1865. 

I04th regiment, left the state March 22id, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out July I7th, 
1865. 



iO5th regiment, left the state April 4th, 

1862, for 3 years; transferred March i/th, 

1863, to 94th Infantry as Companies F, G 
and I. 

io6th regiment, left the state August 28th, 
1862, for 3 years; mustered out June 22d 
and 27th, 1865. 

I07th regiment, left the state August i3th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 5th, 
1865 ; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the 6oth Infantry. 

io8th regiment, left the state August 19th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out May 28th, 
1865 ; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the 59th Infantry. 

logth regiment, left the state August 30th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 4th, 
1865 ; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the 5ist Infantry. 

iioth regiment, left the state August 27th, 
1862, for 3 years; mustered out August 28th, 
1865. 

I nth regiment, left the state August 2ist, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 3d, 
1865 ; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the 4th Artillery. 

H2th regiment, left the state September 
i2th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
i3th, 1865; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the 3d Infantry. 

H3th regiment, left the state August igth, 
1862, for 3 years ; became the 7th Artillery 
December igth, 1862. 

H4th regiment, left the state September 
8th, 1862, for 3 years; mustered out June 
8th, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the 9Oth In 
fantry. 

1 15th regiment, left the state August 3Oth, 
1862, for 3 years; mustered out June I7th, 
1865 ; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the 47th Infantry. 

ii6th regiment, left the state September 
5th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
8th, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the QOth In 
fantry. 

H7th regiment, left the state August 22d, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 8th, 
1865; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the 48th Infantry. 

u8th regiment, left the state September 
3d, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
I3th, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be dis- 



IN THE STATE 



charged were transferred to the 96th In 
fantry. 

npth regiment, left the state September 
6th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
7th, 1865; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the lO2d In 
fantry. 

i2oth regiment, left the state August 24th, 
1862, for 3 years; mustered out June 3d, 
1865; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the /3d Infantry. 

121 st regiment, left the state September 
2d, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
25th, 1865; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the 65th In 
fantry. 

i22d regiment, left the state August 3ist, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 23d, 
1865. 

I23d regiment, left the state September 
5th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
8th, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the 6oth In 
fantry. 

I24th regiment, left the state September 
6th, 1862, for 3 years; mustered out June 
3d, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the 93d In 
fantry. 

I25th regiment, left the state August 3ist, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 5th, 
1865; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the 4th Artillery. 

I26th regiment, left the state August 26th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 3d, 
1865 ; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the 4th Artillery. 

I27th regiment, left the state September 
loth, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
30th, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the 54th In 
fantry. 

I28th regiment, left the state September 
5th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out July 
i2lh, 1865. 

I29th regiment, left the state August 23d, 
1862, for 3 years ; became the 8th Artillery 
October igth, 1862. 

I30th regiment, left the state September 
6th, 1862, for 3 years; became the ist 
Dragoons September loth, 1863 ; before 
that known also as the igth Cavalry. 

I3ist regiment, left the state September 
I4th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out July 
26th, 1865. 



I32d regiment, left the state September 
27th, 1862, for 3 years; mustered out June 
29th, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the 99th In 
fantry. 

I33d regiment, left the state October 8th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 6th, 
1865 ; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the 9oth Infantry. 

I34th regiment, left the state September 
25th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
loth, 1865; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the I02d In 
fantry. 

I35th regiment, left the state September 
5th, 1862, for 3 years ; became the 6th Ar 
tillery October 3d, 1862. 

I36th regiment, left the state October 3d, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June I3th, 
1865 ; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the 6oth Infantry. 

I37th regiment, left the state September 
27th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
9th, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the I02d In 
fantry. 

I38th regiment, left the state September 
I2th, 1862, for 3 years ; became the gth Ar 
tillery December igth, 1862. 

I39th regiment, left the state September 
nth, 1862, for 3 years; mustered out June 
igth, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the gBih In 
fantry. 

I40th regiment, left the state September 
i9th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
3d, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the 5th In 
fantry. 

I4ist regiment, left the state September 
I5th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
8th, 1865; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the 6oth In 
fantry. 

I42d regiment, left the state October 6th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 7th, 
1865 ; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the i6gth Infantry. 

I43d regiment, left the state October I4th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out July 2Oth, 
1865. 

I44th regiment, left the state October nth, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 25th, 
1865; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the ist Engineers. 



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I45th regiment, left the state September 
27th, 1862, for 3 years; transferred Decem 
ber Qth, 1863, to the iO7th, 1230! and I5orh 
Infantry. 

I46th regiment, left the state October 
nth, 1862, for 3 years; mustered out July 
I 6th, 1865. 

I47th regiment, left the state September 
25th, 1862, for 3 years; mustered out June 
7th, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the gist In 
fantry. 

148th regiment, left the state September 
22d, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
22d, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the looth In 
fantry. 

I49th regiment, left the state September 
23d, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
I2th, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the I02d In 
fantry. 

I50th regiment, left the state October nth, 
1862, for 3 years; mustered out June 8th, 
1865; the men not entitled to be discharged 
were transferred to the 6oth Infantry. 

I5ist regiment, left the state October 23d, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 26th, 
1865. 

l$2d regiment, left the state October 25th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June I3th, 
1865. 

I53d regiment, left the state October iSth, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out October 2d, 
1865. 

I54th regiment, left the state September 
30th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
nth, 1865; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the iO2d In 
fantry. 

J55th regiment, left the state November 
loth, 1862, for 3 years; mustered out June 
1 5th, 1865. 

I56th regiment, left the state December 
4th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out October 
23d, 1865. 

1 57th regiment, left the state September 
25th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out July 
loth, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the 54th In 
fantry. 

I58th regiment, left the state September 
i8th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out June 
30th, 1865; the men not entitled to be dis 



charged were transferred to the looth In 
fantry. 

I59th regiment, left the state December 
4th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out October 
I2th, 1865. 

i6oth regiment, left the state December 
4th, 1862, for 3 years; mustered out Novem 
ber ist, 1865. 

i6ist regiment, left the state December 
4th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out Novem 
ber I2th, 1865. 

i62d regiment, left the state October 24th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out October 
I2th, 1865. 

i63d regiment, left the state October 5th, 

1862, for 3 years ; transferred January 20th, 

1863, to the /3d Infantry. 

1641)1 regiment, left the state November 
6th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out July 
I5th, 1865. 

i6sth regiment, left the state December 2d, 
1862, for 3 years; mustered out September 
ist, 1865. 

i66th regiment ; 3 years ; the men enlisted 
transferred November I3th, 1862, to the 
i/6th Infantry; organization not completed. 

167 regiment ; 3 years ; consolidated with 
the I59th Infantry October I2th, 1862 ; or 
ganization not completed. 

i68th regiment, left the state February 
I2th, 1863, for 9 months; mustered out Oc 
tober 3ist, 1863. 

i6gth regiment, left the state October 9th, 
1862, for 3 years ; mustered out July igth, 
1865. 

i7Oth regiment, left the state October i6th, 

1862, for 3 years ; mustered out July I5th, 
1865. 

I7ist regiment; 3 years ; the men enlisted 
transferred to the I75th Infantry. 

I72d regiment; 3 years; the men enlisted 
transferred to the 6th Artillery. 

I73d regiment, left the state December 
9th, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out Octo 
ber i8th, 1865. 

I74th regiment, left the state December 
7th, 1862, for 3 years ; transferred February 
i/th, 1864, to the i62d Infantry company to 
corresponding company. 

I75th regiment, left the state November 
2ist, 1862, for 3 years; mustered out No 
vember 29th, 1865. 

I76th regiment, left the state January nth, 

1863, for 9 months and 3 years ; mustered 



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out November i6th, 1863, and April 27th, 
1866. 

1 77th regiment, left the state December 
i6th, 1862, for 9 months ; mustered out Sep 
tember 24th, 1863. 

I78th regiment, left the state June 2ist, 
1863, for 3 years; mustered out April 2Oth, 
1866. 

I79th regiment, left the state May, 1864, 
for i and 3 years ; mustered out June 8th, 
1865. 

iSoth regiment ; the men enlisted, one com 
pany transferred February 2ist, 1865, to the 
I79th Infantry as Company G. 

iSist regiment; not organized, and no men 
recruited. 

i82d regiment, left the state November 
loth, 1862, for 3 years ; mustered out July 
i5th, 1865. 

:83d regiment ; the men enlisted, one com 
pany, transferred August 3d, 1864, to the 
iSSth Infantry as Company A. 

i84th regiment, left the state September 
I2th and i6th, 1864, for one year; mustered 
out June 29th, 1865 ; the men not entitled 
to be discharged transferred to the 96th 
Infantry. 

i85th regiment, left the state September 
27th, 1864, for I year; mustered out May 
30th, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be dis 
charged were transferred to the sth In 
fantry. 

i86th regiment, left the state September 
28th, 1864, for i year; mustered out June 
2d, 1865 ; the men not entitled to be dis- 

For organizations which did not receive 



charged were transferred to the 79th In 
fantry. 

i87th regiment, left the state October isth, 
1864, for i year; mustered out July ist, 
1865. 

i88th regiment, left the state October I3th, 

1864, for i year; mustered out July ist, 
1865. 

iSgth regiment, left the state September 
iSth and October 23d, 1864, for i year ; 
mustered out June ist, 1865; the men not 
entitled to be discharged were transferred 
to the 5th Veteran Infantry. 

igoth regiment; i and 3 years; mustered 
out May 3d and 4th, 1865 ; one company 
only; did not leave the state. 

igist regiment; I, 2 and 3 years; mustered 
out May 3d, 1865 ; two companies only ; did 
not leave the state. 

192 regiment, left the state in March and 
April, 1865, for i, 2 and 3 years; mustered 
out August 28th, 1865. 

I93d regiment, left the state April roth, 

1865, for i, 2 and 3 years ; mustered out 
January 28th, 1866. 

I94th regiment ; i and 3 years ; mustered 
out May 3d and loth, 1865 ; did not leave the 
state. 

Independent Corps, light infantry, left the 
state April iSth, 1862, for 3 years; trans 
ferred January 3Oth, 1864, to the ist Engi 
neers, and the 47th and 48th Infantry. 

Independent companies ; mustered out 
out May, 1865; did not leave the state; 
equivalent to five full companies. 

numbers see list of Synonyms. 



OF UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS SHARPSHOOTERS. 



ist regiment, left the state November, 
1861, for 3 years ; mustered out December 



3ist, 1864; Companies A, B, D and H were 
from this State. 



OF UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS INFANTRY. 



20th regiment, mustered in February gth, 
1864, for 3 years ; mustered out October 7th, 
1865. 

26th regiment, mustered in February 27th, 
1864, for 3 years ; mustered out August 28th, 
1865. 



3ist regiment, mustered in April 29th, 
1864, for 3 years ; mustered out November 
7th, 1865. 



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REPRESENTATION OF THE STATE IN THE GENERAL 

GOVERNMENT. 

It is but proper that here be also recorded the patriotic men of the state, 
who by their votes and counsels supported the General Government during 
the period of the war. 

William H. Seward as Secretary of State, represented New York in the Presidential Cabi 
net; Preston King, succeeded by Edwin D. Morgan February 3d, 1863, and Ira Harris, in 
the Senate of the United States ; in the House the state was represented by : 

In the 37th Congress of the United States, sessions from July 4th to August 6th, 1861 ; 
December 2d, 1861, to July i/th, 1862, and December ist, 1862, to March 3d, 1863. 



Edward H. Smith, ist district; 
Moses F. Odell, 2d district ; 
Benjamin Wood, 3d district; 
James E. Kerrigan, 4th district ; 
William Wall. 5th district; 
Frederick A. Conkling, 6th district ; 
Elijah Ward, 7th district. 
Isaac C. Delaplaine, 8th district; 
Edward Haight, gth district ; 
Charles H. Van Wyck, loth district; 
John B. Steele, nth district; 
Stephen Baker, I2th district; 
Abram B. Olin, I3th district; 
Erastus Corning, I4th district; 
James B. McKean, isth district ; 
William A. Wheeler, i6th district. 

In the 38th Congress of the United States, 
and December 5th, 1864, to March 3d, 1865. 

Henry G. Stebbins, ist district; 

Dwight Townsend, his successor, ist district; 

Martin Kalbfleisch, 2d district ; 

Moses F. Odell, 3d district; 

Benjamin Wood, 4th district; 

Fernando Wood, 5th district; 

Elijah Ward, 6th district; 

John Winthrop Chanler, 7th district ; 

James Brooks, 8th district ; 

Anson Herrick, gth district; 

William Radford, roth district ; 

Charles H. Winfield, nth district; 

Homer A. Nelson, I2th district ; 

John B. Steele, i3th district ; 

Erastus Corning, I4th district; 

John V. L. Pryun, his successor, I4th dist. ; 

John A. Griswoid. i5th district; 



Socrates N. Sherman. i7th district; 
Chauncey Vibbard, i8th district; 
Richard Franchot, igth district; 
Roscoe Conkling, 20th district; 
R. Holland Duell, 2ist district ; 
William E. Lansing, 22d district ; 
Ambrose W. Clark, 23d district; 
Charles B. Sedgwick, 24th district; 
Theodore M. Pomeroy, 25th district; 
Jacob P. Chamberlain, 26th district ; 
Alexander S. Diven, 27th district; 
R. B. Van Valkenburgh, 28th district; 
Alfred Ely, 2gth district; 
Augustus Frank, 3Oth district ; 
Burt Van Horn, 3ist district; 
Elbridge G. Spaulding, 32d district. 

sessions December 3d. 1863, to July 4th, 1864, 

Orlando Kellogg, i6th district; 
Calvin T. Hulburd, I7th district; 
James M. Marvin, iSth district ; 
Samuel F. Miller, igth district; 
Ambrose W. Clark, 2oth district; 
Francis Kernan, 2ist district; 
Dewitt C. Little John, 22d district; 
Thomas T. Davis, 23d district; 
Theodore M. Pomeroy, 24th district; 
Daniel Morris, 25th district; 
Giles W. Hotchkiss, 26th district ; 
R. B. Van Valkenburgh, 27th district; 
Freeman Clarke, 28th district; 
Augustus Frank, 2Qth district ; 
John Ganson, 3oth district ; 
Reuben F. Fenton, 3ist district. 



A number of these representatives served the country also as members of 
state volunteer organizations, and many more took active part in the recruit- 
ins: of volunteers. 



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93 



COST OF THE WAR IN MONEY. 

The Legislature passed in 1865 an act requiring supervisors, county 
treasurers and certain city officials, to report to the chief of the Bureau of 
Military Records the amount of money expended by them officially for every 
purpose connected with the war. In his last report, made in 1868, the chief 
of this bureau reported having received statements from forty-seven counties 
to December 31, 1865; from twelve counties to December 31, 1864; from 
five cities to December 31, 1864; from seven hundred and seventy-one towns 
to December 31, 1865; from one hundred and thirty-two towns to December 
31, 1864; none at all from one county and twenty-five towns. With the 
transfer of the bureau to the Adjutant-General s Department, the collection 
of the wanting reports ceased. According to the statements received, the 
amounts paid for bounties, fees and expenses, interest on loans, and for the 
support of the families of soldiers were : 

In the forty-seven counties, which rendered full reports $58,523,509 01 

In the twelve counties, which rendered incomplete reports.. 7,404,447 50 

In the five cities, which rendered incomplete reports 2,694,666 27 

In the seven hundred and seventy-one towns, which ren 
dered full reports 32,265,128 95 

In the one hundred and thirty-two towns, which rendered 

incomplete reports 4,142,991 60 

$105,030,743 33 

Estimates based on the reports received, where no complete, 

or no reports at all were made, would give additional 

amounts: 
For the twelve counties, which rendered incomplete reports, 

for 1865 $1,851,111 84 

For the five cities, which rendered incomplete reports, for 

1865 898,222 09 

For the one hundred and thirty-two towns, which rendered 

incomplete reports, for 1865 1,380,997 20 

For the one county, which rendered no report at all, for the 

whole period 1,148,797 87 

For the twenty-five towns, which rendered no reports at all, 

for the whole period 1,046,210 oo 

6,325.339 oo 
Voluntary contributions and subscriptions on the part of the 

people were reported in five hundred and thirty-five towns 

to have amounted to $1,757,184 17 

Add to this estimated amount, for the remaining towns... . 1,290,788 85 

The state paid and expended: ^ 

In organizing, subsisting, equipping, uniforming and trans 
porting Volunteers, $5,101,873.79; of which the General 
Government has reimbursed the state over $4,000,000, and 
more may yet be obtained ; but it is estimated that owing 
to lack of proper evidence of legal expenditure, or incom 
plete vouchers, unless the existing laws be modified, al 
lowance will not be made by the U. S. Treasury officials 
for at least $000,000 oo 



94 IN THE STATE 



August 5, 1861, Congress placed a direct tax of $20,000,000 

upon the states; the amount allotted to New York was 

$2,603,918.32. The United States Government has since 

reimbursed the state. 

Bounties have been paid by the state, under the proclama 
tion of Governor Morgan, and chapter 184, Laws of 1863, 

$9,182,000; under chapter 29, Laws of 1865, as reported 

by Paymaster-General Selden E. Marvin, $25,749,243.96; 

total of $34,931,243 96 

$35,831,243 96 



Grand total $150,235,299 31 



The amount credited to the five cities does not include voluntary con 
tributions and subscriptions; and covers almost exclusively expenses for 
bounties only. Allowance is not made for interest on loans subsequent to 
1865. Assistance to families of soldiers did not cease with that year. Nor 
are disbursements for the militia in July, 1863, and at other times, made 
necessary by the war, included. Thousands of dollars were contributed by 
the people in the shape of provisions, clothing, hospital and sanitary supplies. 
While there is scarcely a doubt that the cost of the war in actual outlay of 
money to the state and its people was two hundred millions, the sum of 
one hundred and sixty millions only is here claimed as being easily susceptible 
of proof. 

BUREAU OF MILITARY RECORDS AND RELICS. 

On the 2Oth December, 1862, Governor Morgan established a bureau in 
the office of the Adjutant-General, to be known as the Bureau of Military 
Statistics. The Legislature of 1863 recognized this bureau by making an 
appropriation for its support and defining the purpose for which it was 
established. In 1864, the Legislature repealed the act of 1863, made the 
institution an independent bureau, and declared the objects of said bureau to 
be : to collect and preserve in a permanent form the name of every person 
who has volunteered or been mustered, or who may hereafter volunteer or be 
mustered, into the service of the General Government, since April 15, 1861, 
and the personal history of such person while in such service, so far as the 
same can be ascertained ; a record of the service of the several regiments, 
including an account of their organization and subsequent history, and also 
an account of the aid afforded by the several towns, cities and counties of the 
state. In 1865, the Legislature changed the name of the bureau to that of 
" Bureau of Military Record," and later. May nth, passed an act to provide 
a suitable repository for the records of the War of the Rebellion and for other 



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purposes; the fire-proof structure to be called the " Hall of Military Record." 
The city of Albany was to furnish the ground; $75,000 were voluntarily 
to be subscribed by the people of the state, and when $35,000 had been 
received work might be commenced. The city of Albany offered 
suitable ground; voluntary subscriptions to the amount of $35,353.69 
were collected, and are still deposited with the Treasurer of the State; 
but the building was not commenced, owing, probably, to the building 
of the New Capitol, in which it was supposed suitable accommodation 
would be provided for the safety and care of the relics and records of 
the war. April 20, 1864, fifty-one battle-flags w r ere, in the presence of the 
Governor, the Senate and the Assembly, presented to the state; July 4, 1865, 
another presentation of flags took place in the presence of the Governor and 
General Grant. These flags and many other relics of interest are deposited 
in the bureau. May 8, 1868, by an act of the Legislature the bureau was 
discontinued as an independent office, and retransferred to the department 
of the Adjutant-General of the state, and the appropriation limited to the 
taking care of the relics. April 30, 1887, the Legislature authorized the 
Adjutant-General to establish in his office a " Bureau of Records of the War 
of the Rebellion," and made a small appropriation to carry out the act of 1864. 
Since 1896 an appropriation has been made each year to complete the records 
of New York Volunteers; this work has been carried on and finished as far 
as it could be done with the material on hand. 

In this bureau have been collected several thousand relics of the war; 
it is located on the second floor of the Capitol in Albany; all the relics and 
the colors deposited with the state are placed in airtight cases in the lobby on 
that floor. The colors referred to are as follows : 



COLORS OF THE SECOND (HARRIS) CAVALRY. 

1. Regimental color, blue silk ; embroidered with likeness of Judge Harris, " Harris 
Light Cavalry," and In God is Our Trust;" part of original staff. 

2. Guidon, silk. 

Two colors were presented to this regiment at Arlington Heights, December 5, 1861. 
One, a National Standard, by Judge Ira Harris, in whose honor the regiment was named ; 
and one, an embroidered color, by Judge Henry E. Davies, whose son, J. Mansfield Davies, 
xvas its first commander. The former was worn out on the field; the latter, No. I, was borne 
by the regiment in all its wanderings and many "hard fought battles. 



COLORS OF THE THIRD CAVALRY. 

i. Staff with remnants of blue silk regimental flag, part of spearhead missing, tassels 
complete. Upon one side of banner appears the arms and motto of the state, and upon 
the other side the arms of the city of New York with the inscription, " 3rd New York 
Cavalry N. Y. Vols., presented by the city of New York. 



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COLORS OF THE FIFTH (FIRST IRA HARRIS) CAVALRY. 

1. Staff with trimmings for flag, staff broken in two places, plate on staff with the in 
scription, " ist Ira Harris Guards, presented by Hon. Ira Harris." 

2. Silk flag, National, in fine condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
tassels complete. Inscription, " 5th Regiment N. Y. Cav." 

3. Small blue silk embroidered regimental banner, mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
and tassels complete. Arms of the state and motto worked in silk with " Ira Harris Guards " 
upon scroll. Engraved plate upon staff with the inscription, " Ira Harris Guards presented 
by Hon. Ira Harris." 

4. Blue silk regimental banner, in fine condition, spearhead and trimmings complete ; upon 
one side of banner appears the arms of the State of New York and upon the other side the 
arms of the city of New York. Inscription, " 5th Regiment Cavalry N. Y. Vols., presented 
by the City of New York." 

5. 6. Blue silk guidons, in very bad condition, mounted upon original staffs. Inscription, 
" 5th Regiment New York Cav. 

6. 7. Blue silk guidons, in fine condition, mounted upon original staffs. Inscription, " 5th 
Regiment New York Cav. N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE SIXTH (SECOND HARRIS LIGHT) CAVALRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
tassels complete. Inscription, " 6th Regiment Cavalry New York Vols." 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in fine condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
and trimmings complete. Upon one side appears the arms and motto of the state and upon 
the other side the arms of the city of New York; upon each side is the inscription, "5th 
Regiment Cav., presented by the City of New York." 

3. Staff with remnants of blue silk guidon; spearhead missing. 

4. 5. Blue silk guidons, in fine condition and mounted upon original staffs. Inscription, 
"6th Regiment Cavalry N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE SEVENTH CAVALRY. 

1. Staff upon which is mounted National color. 

2. Mounted upon same staff is a silk embroidered guidon with arms and motto of the 
State of New York, and worked in silk appears the inscription, " 2nd Regiment Northern 
Black Horse Cavalry S. N. Y." 

The regimental color was taken by the Colonel when the regiment was mustered out of 
the service and subsequently carried by the 2d New Jersey Infantry and the 3d New Jersey 
Cavalry and bears the following inscription : " Williamsburg, Seven Pines, Fair Oaks, Seven 
Days fight, 1862, Fredericksburg, 1862, Fredericksburg, 1863, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Yellow 
Tavern, Meadow Bridge, Hanover Court House 1864. Ashdale, Haw s Shop, White Oak 
Swamp, Smiths Store, Malvern Hill, 1864. Summit Point, and Kearney s Town," also 
" Northern Black Horse Cavalry." 

COLORS OF THE EIGHTH CAVALRY. 

1. Regimental color, silk; embroidered arms of the United States, and "8th N. Y. 
Cavalry;" original staff, upon which, on silvered plate, is inscribed the names of officers 
killed in battle, and of battles in which the regiment was engaged. 

This color was presented to the regiment by the ladies of Rochester, May 2, 1864. 

2. Blue silk embroidered guidon, mounted upon original staff and in poor condition ; 
upon the guidon is inscribed, " 8th Cavalry N. Y. Vols." 

Upon bands placed upon the staff are engraved the battles in which the regiment was 
engaged. 



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COLORS OF THE NINTH (STONEMAN S) CAVALRY. 

I. Regimental color, blue silk; worn, embroidered with arms of the State of New York, 
motto, etc. Presented by Hon. Reuben E. Fenton, in March, 1863, on behalf of the ladies of 
Chautauqua county, and carried by the regiment until July, 1864. 

COLORS OF THE TWELFTH (THIRD IRA HARRIS GUARDS) CAVALRY. 

1. National flag, silk, in very poor condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
and tassels missing. Inscription upon flag, " I2th Cavalry New York Vols. 3rd Ira Harris 
Guards." 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in very bad condition, mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead complete. Emblazoned with the arms of the state and the inscription, " i2th Regi 
ment N. Y. Vols." 

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Blue silk guidons in very poor condition, mounted upon original staffs, spear 
heads missing, painted upon staffs, " I2th Cavalry N. Y. V." 

8. 9. 10. Blue silk guidons, fair condition, spearheads missing, painted upon staffs, " I2th 
Cavalry N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE THIRTEENTH (SEYMOUR) CAVALRY. 

1. Staff with remnants of blue silk regimental flag, the only inscription found, " I3th 
Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff and in fair condition, spear 
head complete. Upon one side of banner appears the arms of the State of New York with 
the inscription, " I3th Cavalry N. Y. Vols." and upon the other side the arms of the city of 
New York with the inscription, " I3th Regiment New York Vols., presented by the city of 
New York." 

3. 4. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs, spearheads complete and guidons in 
fine condition. Inscription, " I3th Cavalry N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE FOURTEENTH (METROPOLITAN) CAVALRY. 

1. National flag, silk, in good condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
missing. Engraved upon plate attached to staff is the inscription," I4th Cavalry, presented by 
the City of New York, 1863." 

2. National flag, silk, in fine condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and tassels 
complete. Inscription, " I4th Regiment Cavalry N. Y. Vols." 

3. Staff with remnants of blue silk regimental banner, spearhead missing, written inscrip 
tion upon staff, " Battle Flag of the I4th Cavalry N. Y. Vols." 

4. Blue silk regimental banner, in good condition and mounted upon original staff, spear 
head and tassels complete. Upon one side appears the arms of the State of New York, and 
upon the other side the arms of the city of New York. Inscription, " I4th Cavalry New 
York Vols., presented by the city of New York." 

5. 6. Blue silk guidons, in very bad condition, mounted upon original staffs, spearheads 
missing. Inscription, " I4th New York Vols." 

7. 8. Blue silk guidons, m fine condition, mounted upon original staffs, spearheads com 
plete. Inscription, " I4th Regiment Cavalry New York Vols." 

COLORS OF THE FIFTEENTH CAVALRY. 

1. Blue silk regimental banner, m fair condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
missing. Arms of the United States and motto, also the inscription, " isth Regiment 
Cavalry New York Vols." 

2. Small blue silk banner, mounted and in very good condition, spearhead missing. No 
inscription found. 

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COLORS OF THE SIXTEENTH (SPRAGUE) CAVALRY. 

1. National flag, silk, mounted upon original staff and in fair condition, spearhead 
broken and part missing, tassels complete. Inscription, " i6th Regiment New York Cavalry 
N. Y. Vols." 

2. Small blue silk banner mounted and in poor condition, spearhead complete. Upon the 
banner appears the arms of the United States and the inscription, " i6th Regiment Cavalry 
N. Y. Vols." 

3. 4. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs and in good condition, spearheads 
complete. Inscription, " i6th Regiment New York Cavalry." 

COLORS OF THE EIGHTEENTH (CORNING LIGHT) CAVALRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff and in bad condition, spearhead miss 
ing and one tassel gone. Inscription, " iSth Regiment Cavalry New York Vols." 

2. Double silk banner, embroidered, mounted upon original staff and in good condition, 
spearhead missing; the present appearance of the banner would indicate that originally there 
had been worked in silk, " CORNING LIGHT Cavalry i8th Regiment N. Y. Vols. U. S. A." 
The present appearance shows that the " CORNING LIGHT " had been cut out by someone 
before it was placed in the Bureau. Upon the reverse side of banner appears the arms and 
motto of the United States. No other inscription found. 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, embroidered in silk and mounted upon original staff, 
banner in good condition, spearhead missing, also tassels. Upon each side worked in silk 
appears the arms and motto of the state and the inscription, " i8th Cavalry New York Vols." 

4. 5. Blue silk guidons in very poor condition, mounted upon original staffs, spearheads 
complete. Inscription, " iSth Regt. Cavalry New York Vols." 

COLORS OF THE TWENTIETH (McCLELLAN) CAVALRY. 

1. Small National flag mounted and in fine condition, eagle upon staff broken, tassels 
gone. Inscription worked in silk, " McClellan Cavalry, 2Oth New York Vols." 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted and in fine condition, eagle upon staff broken, 
tassels complete. Arms of the state worked in silk together with the following inscription : 
" Col. N. D. Lorde, 2Oth Regiment N. Y. Vols." and upon the bottom of banner, " THE 
UNION MUST AND SHALL BE PRESERVED." 

3. Silk guidon, National, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
missing. Inscription, " 20th New York Vet. Cavalry." 

4. 5. National guidons in bad condition, mounted upon original staffs, spearheads missing. 
No inscription found. 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-SECOND (ROCHESTER) CAVALRY. 

1. Red silk regimental banner, in very good condition, mounted upon original staff, spear 
head and tassels complete; embroidered upon banner appear crossed sabers with the inscrip 
tion, " 22nd Cavalry New York Vols." Upon the staff on an engraved plate appears the 
inscription, "presented to the 22nd N. Y. C. by Mrs. H. B. Reed Feb. 22, 1865." 

2. Red bunting guidon, mounted, spearhead missing, upon guidon is sewed crossed sabers 
and 22nd N. Y. Cav. 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-FOURTH CAVALRY. 

i. Battle-color, silk; all gone but the fringe and a few tatters hanging from the staff. 

This color was carried in the following actions, viz. : Wilderness, Spotsylvania Court 
House, North Anna, Totopotomoy, Cold Harbor, Petersburg (June 17, 18, and July 30), 
Yellow Tavern (Aug. 10, and 20), Weldon Railroad, Poplar Grove Church, Boydton Plank 
Road, and in every general engagement of the army of the Potomac from May 6 to October 
20, 1864. 



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COLORS OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH CAVALRY. 

1. Staff with fringe and fragments of blue silk regimental banner attached, spearhead 
and tassels missing. The remnants of banner would indicate that it was originally em 
blazoned with the United States coat of arms. No inscription found. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spear 
head complete. Upon the banner appears the arms and motto of the United States. No 
other marking found. 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-SIXTH (FRONTIER) CAVALRY. 

I. Staff marked 26th Cavalry. Nothing more, 

COLORS OF THE FIRST MOUNTED RIFLES. 

1. Regimental banner, silk embroidered; this is In very bad condition and mounted upon 
original staff, spearhead broken and part of it gone. Emblazoned upon the banner, in silk, 
appears the Goddess of Liberty and underneath the inscription, " Deo Duce, Ferro Comi- 
tante " and upon an engraved plate on staff, " 1st New York Mounted Rifles, from friends of 
Col. Chas. C. Dodge, Oct., 1862." 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in very Bad condition, mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead and tassels complete ; emblazonment on banner entirely gone. 

COLORS OF THE SECOND MOUNTED RIFLES. 

1. Red, white and blue regimental banner, mounted and in fine condition, spearhead and 
tassels complete. Inscribed, " 2nd Mounted Rifles," also the battles in which they participated 
on banner. Inscribed upon plate on staff appears, " Presented to the 2nd Mounted Rifles, by 
R. T. Paine, Jr., July 4, 1865." 

2. Small regimental banner or guidon, mounted upon original staff; all in very bad condi 
tion; remnants would indicate that it originally had the arms of the United States upon it 
and also inscription, " 2nd Mounted Rifles N. Y. Vols." 

3. Guidon, silk ; all gone, but part attached to staff and the fringe. 

4. Staff with remnants of guidon attached, spearhead complete. 

This guidon was carried by the regiment while acting as infantry, in the following 
actions : 

Battle of Spotsylvania, May 21, 1864; battle of North Anna River, May 23, 1864; battle 
of Totopotomoy Creek, May 31, 1864; battle of Bethesda Church, June 2, 1864; battle of 
Cold Harbor, June 6, 1864; battle of Games Mills, June 8, 1864; battles of Petersburg, June 
17 and 18, 1864; assault on Petersburg, July 30, 1864; bombardment of Fort Rice, August 
17 and 18, 1864; capture of Weldon Railroad, August 19 and 20, 1864; battle of Pegram Farm, 
September 30, 1864; battle of Hatcher s Run, October 27, 1864. 

It was carried during the campaign until July 30, by Corporal Keith T. McKenzie, Co. 
" I." On the 30th of July, it was carried by Sergeant William W. Hunt, Co. " K." At the 
battle of Pegram Farm, Corporal McKenzie was wounded and the color was carried from 
the field by Sergeant Willard Carney, Co. " E." At Hatcher s Run, it was carried by 
Corporal Joshua B. Smith, Co. "I." 

COLORS OF THE FIRST DRAGOONS (ORIGINALLY ONE HUNDRED AND 

THIRTIETH INFANTRY). 

1. Large regimental banner, in poor condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
and tassels complete; upon each side of banner appears the arms of the United States and 
motto, with the inscription, " I3oth Regiment New York Vols." 

2. Regimental color, blue silk; emblazoned with eagle and motto, "Semper Paratus," and 
" ist Xew York Dragoons;" inscribed, "Deserted House, Blackwater, Siege of Suffolk, 
Manassas Plains, Culpepper, Todd s Tavern, Yellow Tavern, Meadow Bridge, Old Church, 
Haw s Shop, Cold Harbor, Darbytown, Kearneyville, Trevelian Station, Newtown, Cedar 
Creek, Smithfield," and several names of battles so obliterated by wear of color that they 
cannot be deciphered in all, twenty. 



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COLORS OF THE FIRST VETERAN CAVALRY. 

1. National flag, silk, in very poor condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
tassels missing. No inscription. 

2. National flag in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and tassels 
complete. Inscription, " ist Regiment Vet. Cav." 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, in very good condition, spearhead complete, tassels gone. 
Upon one side of banner appears the arms of the state and the inscription, " ist Regiment 
Cavalry Vet. Vols., presented by the City of New York," and upon the reverse side the arms 
of the city of New York, with the inscription, " ist Regiment Cavalry N. Y. V. Vols., pre 
sented by the City of New York." 

4. Small silk banner, in fine condition, mounted upon original staff, upon each side appears 
the eagle, scroll and bundle of arrows. Inscription, " ist N. Y. Vet. Cavalry." 

5. 6. 7- 8. 9. 10. ii. 12. 13. National guidons, in fair condition, four spearheads missing, 
guidons mounted upon original staffs. 

14. 15. Blue silk guidons, in fine condition, mounted upon original staffs, spearheads 
complete. Inscription, " ist Cavalry N. Y. V. V." 

COLORS OF THE SECOND (EMPIRE LIGHT) CAVALRY. 

1. National flag, silk, in bad condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
tassels complete. No inscription. 

2. National guidon, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead missing. 
No inscription. 

COLORS OF THE THIRD PROVISIONAL CAVALRY. 

I. Small regimental banner, in fair condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
tassels complete. Upon one side is " 3rd Provisional Cavalry New York V. V. Presented 
by the city of New York," and upon the reverse side, arms of the city of New York with 
the inscription, " 3rd Provisional Cavalry N. Y. V. V., presented by the City of New York." 

COLORS OF THE FIRST ARTILLERY (LIGHT). 

1. National flag, silk, in fine condition, mounted upon original staff and all trimmings 
complete. Inscription upon flag, " ist Regiment New York Artillery." 

2. Yellow silk regimental banner, in fine condition and mounted upon staff with trim 
mings complete. The arms of the state and motto worked in silk appears upon each side 
of banner. 

The engagements in which the regiment were engaged are painted upon banner. 

3. Staff, with remnants of blue silk banner attached; from the small portions of banner 
left it would appear that the banner was presented by the city of New York, the spearhead 
and tassels gone. No inscription found. 

4. 5. Blue silk guidons and in fine condition, mounted upon original staffs. Inscription, 
" ist N. Y. V. Artillery." 

6. One silk guidon mounted and in fine condition. Inscription, " Battery A ist Artillery, 
Utica, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1861." 

7. Silk guidon, National, in fair condition, spearhead missing. Upon the staff there is 
painted, " I, ist Artillery." 

8. Yellow silk guidon, in very bad condition, spearhead missing. Upon one side is 
worked in silk a buffalo with the inscription, " Wiedricks Battery " and upon the other 
side crossed cannon and " First N. Y. Artillery." 

9. Guidon, National, in fair condition, spearhead complete. Upon the staff is painted, 
"Battery M, ist Artillery." 

10. Guidon, National, in fair condition, spearhead complete. Upon the staff is painted, 
"Battery K, ist Arty." 



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COLORS OF THE SECOND ARTILLERY. 

1. Silk flag, National, very bad condition, mounted upon an old staff, no trimmings of 
any kind. Staff is marked " 2nd Arty." No inscription. 

2. Yellow silk flag, mounted upon an old staff. What remains of the lettering would 
indicate that it was the flag of the Second Artillery. " 2nd Arty " painted upon staff. 

3. Piece of staff with remnants of silk National flag, no trimmings. Staff marked 
2nd Art y." 

4. Piece of staff with remnants of yellow silk flag attached. Piece of flag would in 
dicate that there had been crossed cannon painted upon it and the inscription, " Morgans 
Second Artillery." 

5. Guidon staff upon which is fastened three silk guidons, first, red, white and blue 
guidon with the letters " N. Y. S. M. H. L. A. Company," second, National guidon, silk, 
with engagements upon guidon ; third, smaller guidon, with battles inscribed thereon. In 
scription on staff, Hamilton Light Artillery, Flushing, L. I. 1839-1861." 

COLORS OF THIRD ARTILLERY (ORIGINALLY igth INFANTRY). 

I. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition, mounted upon original staff surmounted 
with bronze eagle, no tassels. Battles painted upon flag. Inscription painted upon staff, 
"3rd Art y." 

2. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff. Flag in fair condition, spearhead 
and tassels complete. Upon blue field is inscribed, " 3rd New York Artillery," also the 
battles in which they were engaged. 

3. 4. Silk guidons, National, in fair condition, spearheads missing. Painted upon staff, 
" Battery A, 3rd Art y." 

5. National guidon, silk, in fair condition, trimmings complete. Marked upon staff, 
"Battery D, 3rd Art y." 

6. Silk guidon, National, not in very good condition, spearhead and staff complete. 
Marked on staff, " Battery E, Ind. Art y." 

7. Silk guidon, National, in fair condition, spearhead and trimmings complete. 
Marked upon staff " Battery G, 3rd Art y." 

8. Silk guidon, National, fair condition, trimmings complete. Marked upon staff, 
"Battery H, 3rd Art y." 

9. 10. Silk guidon, National, in fair condition, one spearhead missing. One of the 
staffs is somewhat shattered. Battery not given. Marked upon staff, " 3rd Artillery." 

COLORS OF THE FOURTH HEAVY, ARTILLERY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition and but little of it remaining, mounted 
upon original staff, spearhead missing. Painted upon the staff, " 4th Artillery." 

2. Yellow silk banner, in fine condition, mounted upon original staff. Upon each 
side of banner appears the arms and motto of the State of New York, also crossed can 
non. Inscription, " 4th Artillery New York Vols." 

COLORS OF THE FIFTH ARTILLERY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
and tassels missing. Inscription, " 5th Artillery N. Y. Vols." 

2. National flag, silk, in very good condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
and tassels missing. Worked in silk is the inscription, " 5th Regiment Artillery N. Y. Vols." 

3. National flag, silk, in very good condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
missing. Battles in which the regiment were engaged painted upon flag. No inscription. 

4. Blue silk banner, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and tassels missing. Upon 
each side of banner appears the arms of the city of New York with the inscription, 
"5th Regiment Artillery New York Vols. Presented by the city of New York." 

5. Yellow silk banner, in fine condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead missing. 
Upon each side of banner appears crossed cannon with the inscription, " 5th Regiment 
Jackson Artillery N. Y. Vols." 



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6. Yellow silk banner, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff. Upon each 
side of banner appears the arms and motto of the city of Brooklyn, with the inscription, 
"5th Regiment N. Y. State Heavy Artillery, presented by the City of Brooklyn." 

COLORS OF THE SIXTH ARTILLERY (FORMERLY i 3 sth INFANTRY). 

1. National flag, silk. This flag is all faded out and tattered. Mounted upon original 
staff, spearhead missing. No inscription found. 

2. National flag, silk, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
tassels complete. Inscription, "6th Artillery N. Y. Vols." 

3. Yellow silk banner, in fair condition, mounted upon original staff. The staff is 
broken at the bottom, spearhead and tassels missing. Inscription, " 6th New York Artillery." 
The banner is embellished with crossed cannon. 

4. Yellow silk banner, in fine condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. Upon each side of banner appears the arms of the city of New York, 
crossed cannon and the inscription, "6th Artillery N. Y. S. V. V., presented by the City 
of New York." 

5. Blue silk banner, in good condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. The arms and motto of the United States upon each side. Inscrip 
tion, "6th Regiment Artillery N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF SEVENTH ARTILLERY (ORIGINALLY ONE HUNDRED AND 

THIRTEENTH INFANTRY). 

1. Staff, with fragments of National flag attached, spearhead and tassels missing. No 
inscription. 

2. Silk flag, National, in bad condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and tas 
sels missing. Battles in which the regiment participated painted upon flag. 

3. Blue silk banner, unmounted, banner in very bad condition and done up in oil silk. 
This flag was presented to the H3th Regiment Infantry, N. Y. Vols., by Gov. E. D. Mor 
gan, August 19, 1862. It was carried by the regiment in the campaign of 1864, in the Army 
of the Potomac, and was captured by the Confederate forces during desperate battle in 
which the 7th Artillery (Heavy), N. Y. Vols. (formerly the H3th New York Infantry), 
lost 501 men. The entire color guard was wiped out six times with grape and canister 
while charging the works before Petersburg, Va., June 16, 1864. Emblazoned upon the 
banner is the arms of the State of New York with the inscription, "ii3th Infantry N. Y. 
Vols." 

4. Yellow silk banner, in poor condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. Upon each side appears crossed cannon with the inscription, " 7th Regi 
ment Artillery N. Y. Vols." 

5. Yellow silk banner, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. Emblazoned upon the banner is crossed cannon and the inscription, 
" 7th Regiment Artillery N. Y. Vols." 

6. Blue silk banner, in very good condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. Upon each side of banner the arms and motto of the United States 
with the inscription, "ii3th Regiment Infantry New York Vols." 

COLORS OF EIGHTH ARTILLERY (ORIGINALLY ONE HUNDRED AND 
TWENTY-NINTH INFANTRY). 

1. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff, and in fair condition, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. Engagements in which the regiment participated painted upon flag. 
No inscription. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in good condition and mounted upon staff, spearhead 
but no tassels. Painted upon each side of banner is the arms and motto of the United 
States. Inscription, " I2gih Regiment Infantry N. Y. Vols." 



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COLORS OF THE NINTH ARTILLERY. 

1. Silk flag, National, flag badly worn, a little of the flag and fringe being all that is 
left, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and tassels missing. The only inscription found 
is that painted upon the staff, " pth Artillery." 

2. Yellow silk banner, in very good condition, mounted upon original staff, eagle and 
tassels complete. Upon each side of banner is emblazoned the arms and motto of the State 
of New York with the inscription, "pth Artillery N. Y. Vols." It has also painted upon 
it the engagements in which the regiment was engaged. 

3. Staff with spearhead and tassels, together with the remnants of a yellow silk banner. 
Nothing to indicate whether it was a state or government banner. Inscription painted upon 
the staff, "gth N. Y. Art y." 

4. 5. Purple silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs, one spearhead missing. Inscrip 
tion, "pth N. Y. Art y." 

COLORS OF THE FOURTEENTH ARTILLERY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
tassels missing. No inscription found other than that painted upon staff, " I4th Artillery." 

2. Yellow silk banner, in very bad condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
and tassels missing. Part of crossed cannon appear upon each side of banner and also part 
of an inscription, " Regiment Artillery N. Y. Vols." 

3. 4. National guidons, bunting. No inscription other than that painted upon the staff, 
" I4th Art y N. Y. V." 

History of the Regimental Colors of the Fourteenth N. Y. Heavy Artillery. 

These colors have been with the regiment in every battle in which it was engaged, com 
mencing at the Wilderness, May 5 and 6, 1864; next at the River Ny, May nth, I2th and 
I3th; at Spotsylvania, May I4th, i5th, i6th and I7th; at North Anna River, May 24th; at 
Totopotomoy Creek, June ist; in the fight of June 2d, between Totopotomoy Creek and 
Bethesda Church; at Bethesda Church, June 3d; at Cold Harbor, June 5th, 6th and 7th; at 
the attack on the enemy s works before Petersburg, Va., June ijth, where Corporal Bardo, 
Company " K," brought them out, after all but two of the color guard were shot or taken 
prisoners. Sergeant Bardo was also wounded July 3Oth, while carrying them. In the 
trenches before Petersburg, until July 3Oth, when the regiment had the honor to lead in 
the assault on The Crater, where Private Henry Loyd, Company " D," was mortally wounded 
while carrying them ; with the regiment at the battle on the Weldon Railroad, where Cor 
poral De Witt C. Carner, Company " L," was mortally wounded, while carrying them ; at 
Blicks Station, August 2ist; at Poplar Grove Church, September 30th; at Pegram Farm, 
October 2d ; at Hatcher s Run, October 27th ; at Forts Haskell and Steadman, March 25th, 
where Corporal Fairman was wounded while carrying them; and at the capture of Peters 
burg, April 3, 1865. 

COLORS OF THE FIFTEENTH ARTILLERY. 

I. National flag, silk, in very bad condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead mis 
sing. Staff broken near the top. No inscription other than that painted upon staff, " isth 
Reg t. Artl y N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE SIXTEENTH ARTILLERY. 

1. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff and in very bad condition. Painted 
upon the flag is the engagements in which the regiment was engaged. No inscription found. 

2. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
and tassels complete. Inscription, " i6th Regiment Artillery N. Y. Vols." 

3. Yellow silk banner, in fair condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead missing, 
tassels complete. Upon each side of banner appears crossed cannon with the inscription, 
" I5th Artillery New York Vols." 



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4. Blue silk banner, in very poor condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
missing, tassels complete. That part of the emblazonment that remains would indicate that 
it was originally the arms of the city of New York and the inscription, " i6th New York 
Artillery, presented by the City of New York." 

COLORS OF THE FIRST BATTERY. 

i. Silk guidon or marker, mounted upon original staff. No inscription found. 

COLORS OF THE SEVENTH BATTERY. 

i. Red silk guidon or marker, in very bad condition and mounted upon original staff. 
Upon one side appears the inscription, " loth Legion s6th N. Y. S. Vols.," and upon the 
other side, " loth Legion 7th Battery N. Y. S. Vols. ;" also crossed cannon upon each corner, 
and upon the staff appears the name of Enoch Cutler, Newburgh, N. Y. Staff badly broken 
and tied up. 

COLORS OF THE ELEVENTH BATTERY. 

1. National color, silk. 

2. Regimental color, yellow silk. Painted with portrait of General Havelock, and in 
scribed, " Havelock Battery, N. Y. S. V. ;" " Jehovah Nisi." 

3. Guidon. Inscribed by authority with the names of the battles in which the battery 
had participated, up to the close of December, 1862, viz. : " Manassas, Chantilly, Mine Run, 
Gettysburg, Bristow Station, Chancellorsville, Rappahannock and Fredericksburg." 

COLORS OF THE TWELFTH BATTERY. 

i. Guidon, silk ; new ; with staff. Inscribed in field, " I2th N. Y. Battery ;" on stripes, 
" Petersburg," " Reams Station," " Kelly s Ford," " Mine Run," " North Anna," " Toto- 
potomy," " Cold Harbor." 

COLORS OF THE THIRTEENTH BATTERY. 

i. Blue silk banner, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and tassels complete, about 
one-third of the banner gone. Upon the banner embroidered in silk appears a large eagle 
with scroll upon which is inscribed, " EXCELSIOR " and upon the top and over the eagle 
" loth Independent Battery ;" on the lower part of the banner, " LOYAL TILL DEATH. 
Upon the other side worked in silk appears a laurel wreath inside of which is crossed 
cannon and the letters, " U. S." 

COLORS OF THE FIFTEENTH BATTERY. 

i. Staff, with fragments of national guidon attached, staff broken, also the spearhead. 
Upon the staff is painted, " i5th Ind. Bat y. N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE NINETEENTH BATTERY. 

i. Guidon, silk. Inscribed, " Spotsylvania, Suffolk, North Anna, Cold Harbor, Weldon 
Railroad, Petersburg, Hatcher s Run." 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-FIRST BATTERY. 

i. Silk guidon, National, mounted upon original staff and in poor condition, spear 
head complete. Painted upon the staff, " 21 Ind. Bat y N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-THIRD BATTERY. 

i. Silk guidon, National, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff. Upon the 
blue field appear crossed cannon and " 23rd Battery N. Y. Vols." 



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COLORS OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH BATTERY. 

I. Silk guidon, National, mounted upon original staff, spearhead missing. Upon the 
staff is painted, "25th Ind. Bat y N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-SIXTH BATTERY. 

1. National color, bunting; upper red stripe and portion of field gone; original staff. 

2. Guidon, National, silk; field and upper portion gone; original staff. 

These colors are much worn by continued service, and were in the actions of Cane 
River and Avoyelles Prairie, La., and sieges of Spanish and Blakely Forts, Ala. 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-SEVENTH BATTERY. 

1. Guidon, silk; one-third worn; embroidered with wreath and letters and figures, " N. 
Y.," "27;" accompanied by original staff; spearhead gone. 

2. Staff, with remnants of silk guidon, National, spearhead complete. Painted upon 
staff, "27th Ind. Bafy N. Y. Vols." 

This color was presented to the battery by Col. J. W. Brown, at Camp Morgan, 
Buffalo, X. Y., December 21, 1862. It was in engagements in the Wilderness, at Cold Har 
bor, and before Petersburg from June 17, 1864, to April 2, 1865. 

COLORS OF THE THIRTIETH BATTERY. 

I. Guidon, silk, National, in good condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
complete. Painted upon staff, " 30th Ind. Battery N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE THIRTY-THIRD BATTERY. 

I. Silk guidon, National, in fair condition, spearhead complete. Painted upon the staff, 
" 33rd Ind. Bafy N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE FIRST ENGINEERS (SERRELL S). 

1. National color, silk ; about one-fifth gone from end, center of nearly half of stars 
worn away. Inscribed, " Vol. Engineer Regt." Staff and cord and tassels complete ; on 
ferrule are the words, "presented by the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen of 
the City of New York, October 1861." 

2. National flag, silk, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and tassels complete. 
Inscription upon staff, " ist Regiment Engineers, presented by the City of New York." 

This was the first National color that floated over Fort Pulaski, and also over Fort 
Wagner, after the surrender of those forts to the Federal arms. 

3. Regimental color, blue silk ; coat of arms of the city of New York painted in center, 
over which are the words, in scroll, " ist Engineer Regt. N. Y. ;" under arms, in scroll, 
" Presented by the City of New York ;" several rents across and a portion of center gone ; 
staff and cord and tassels complete ; spearhead broken off. 

4. Blue silk banner, in fine condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and tassels 
complete. Upon one side appears the arms and motto of the state and upon the other side 
the arms of the city of New York. Inscription, " 1st Regiment Engineers N. Y. Vols., pre 
sented by the City of New York." 

5. 6. Blue silk guidons, in very bad condition, spearhead missing. Inscription, " ist 
Regiment Engineers N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE FIFTEENTH ENGINEERS. 

1. National color, silk; worn and partly destroyed; staff, etc. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk ; embroidered with arms of the State of New York and 
motto, and " isth Regt., N. Y. S. V. ;" original staff. 

3. 4. Guidons, blue siik. 

The National color and guidons of this series were presented by the common council 
of New York city. The regimental color was presented by the wife of Colonel Bradford. 



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5. National color, silk; new. Inscribed, " I5th Regt., N. Y. S. V." 

6. Regimental color, blue silk; on one side arms of the city of New York, and on the 
other arms of the State of New York. Inscribed, " I5th Regt., N. Y. S. V. Presented 
by the City of New York;" staff, etc. 

7. 8. Guidons, blue silk; new. 

COLORS OF THE FIFTIETH ENGINEERS. 

1. National color, bunting; with staff. 

2. National color, silk. Inscribed, " Soth N. Y. S. V. Engineers ;" with staff. 

COLORS OF THE FIRST INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, silk; much worn. Presented to the regiment by the city of 
New York. 

2. National color, silk. 

3. 4. Guidons. 

At Glendale, out of four sergeants, carrying the four colors, and eleven corporals, 
composing the color guard, but one man escaped, the others being killed or wounded. 

COLORS OF THE FIRST INFANTRY. 

1. National flag, silk, mounted upon original staff; the flag is very much worn. No 
inscription found. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff; flag very much worn. 

3. 4. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs, one spearhead missing. Inscrip 
tion, " ist Infantry N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE SECOND INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; faded; with staff. 

2. 3. Staffs, with spearheads. No inscription. 

This color was received by the regiment at Camp Hamilton, Va., in May, 1862. It 
was carried to Portsmouth, Fair Oaks and Harrison s Landing, and down the Peninsula to 
Yorktown, and in the battles and skirmishes before Richmond, from June 5 to August 20, 
1862. It was then taken to Alexandria and deposited with other property of the regiment. 

COLORS OF THE THIRD INFANTRY. 

1. National flag, silk, mounted upon original staff; flag is very much worn and tattered. 
Inscription, " 3rd N. Y. Vols." 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, very much worn, mounted upon original staff, spear 
head missing. Upon side banner appears the arms of the state with the inscription, " 3rd 
Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

3. 4. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs and very much worn and frayed. 
No inscription. 

COLORS OF THE FOURTH INFANTRY (FIRST SCOTT LIFE GUARD). 

1. Silk flag, National, very much worn and tattered; spearhead gone; mounted upon 
original staff. No inscription found. 

2. Regimental banner, blue silk; very much worn and tattered; spearhead and tassels 
complete ; mounted upon part of original staff, lower half of staff gone. Upon one side of 
banner appears the arms of the state and upon the other side the arms of the city of 
New York. Inscription, " 4th New York Vols." Attached to staff is an engraved plate 
with the inscription, " 4th N. Y. S. Vols. 1863, presented by the City of New York." 

3. 4. Blue silk guidons, unmounted and in very good condition. Inscription, " 4th 
Regiment N. Y. Vols." Guidons are attached to flagstaffs. 



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COLORS OF THE FIFTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk. The streamers attached are embroidered as follows : " Fidele 
a 1 outrance," on the red. The staff is half cut in two by a shot. Presented to the regi 
ment by friends in New York city, through Captain Cambreleng. Was only in action at 
Big Bethel. 

2. National color, silk. Inscription upon a silver plate on the staff: "Presented by 
the City of New York, 1862." Was in Peninsula campaign to Chancellorsville. 

3. Regimental color, blue silk; arms and motto of the United States, and "Fifth 
Zouave Reg t, N. Y. V." painted ; original staff, with top shot off in battle of Games Mill. 
Received from general government by regiment. 

COLORS OF THE FIFTH INFANTRY, VETERAN. 

1. National flag, silk, mounted upon original staff and in very bad condition. No 
inscription found. 

2. National flag, silk, mounted upon original staff and in very good condition, spear 
head complete. Inscription, " 5th New York V. V." 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, in good condition and mounted on original staff, spear 
head missing. Banner emblazoned with the arms of the State of New York and the 
inscription, " 5th New York Vet. Vols." 

4. 5. Bunting guidons, National, mounted upon original staffs. No inscription. 

6. 7. Blue silk guidons, in fair condition and mounted upon original staffs, one spear 
head missing. Inscription, " 5th New York Vet. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE SIXTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk, with the following inscriptions : " Santa Rosa, Fort Pickens, 
November 22 and 23 and January I, Pensacola, Irish Bend, Vermillion." On the staff 
is a silvered plate, with the inscription : " Presented to the 6th Regiment, Colonel Wilson s 
Zouaves, by several ladies of New York City, June, 1861." 

2. Color, blue silk; presented by the city of New York, bearing upon each side the 
city arms. Inscribed : " Fort Pickens, November 22 and 23, January I, Santa Rosa, 
Pensacola, Irish Bend and Vermillion." 

3. 4. Guidons. Presented to the regiment by T. C. Burns, Esq., May 8, 1861. 

COLORS OF THE SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National flag, silk, mounted upon original staff and in fair condition, spearhead 
complete. Inscription, " 7th N. Y. V. Vols." 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff and in fair condition, spear 
head complete. Emblazoned upon the banner is the arms of the state and motto. In 
scription, " 7th New York V. Vols." 

3. 4. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs and in fair condition. Inscrip 
tion, " 7th New York V. Vols." 

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COLORS OF THE EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; staff gone. 

2. National color, silk; original staff. 

3. Regimental color, blue silk ; painted arms of the city of New York. On plate, " 8th 
Regiment, N. Y. S. V., 1863. Presented by the City of New York." 

COLORS OF THE NINTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff, top of staff gone and with it the 
spearhead ; flag very much worn and tattered. Inscription upon plate, " Presented by the 
City of New York 1863," and also pth Regiment, New York Vols. 

2. Silk flag, National, very much worn and tattered; mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead broken and part gone. No inscription found. 



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3. Blue silk regimental banner, very much worn ; mounted upon original staff, spear 
head missing. On the staff is a silver plate with the inscription, " Presented by Mrs. 
Alman W. Griswold, to the gth New York State Vols. June 5, 1861." " Lexington, April 
19, 1776." Baltimore, April 19, 1861. " MEMORIA IN AETERNA." 

4. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff and in very bad condition. 
The banner has the appearance of one of those presented by the city of New York. In 
scription nearly all gone. 

5. 6. Blue silk guidons, in very bad condition and mounted upon original staffs, spear 
heads complete. Inscription, "9th N. Y. S. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE TENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National flag, silk, mounted upon original staff and in fair condition, spearhead 
missing. Inscription, " loth Regiment N. Y. Vols. Co. B. " 

2. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff and in fair condition, spearhead 
missing. Inscription, " loth New York Vols." 

3. National color, silk; with staff. Presented to the regiment by Major-General Wool, 
at Fortress Monroe, September, 1861, on behalf of the city of New York. 

This was the first American color raised over the custom house at Norfolk, Va., after 
the recovery of that place by Union troops. It was borne in the Seven Days battles before 
Richmond, second Bull Run, Antietam and Fredericksburg. At the latter place it was 
shot from the hands of the bearer. Several of the guard were killed under it. 

4. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff and in bad condition, cord, tassels 
and spearhead missing. The staff had evidently been hit in three places by bullets. 
Upon an engraved plate attached to staff is the inscription, " Presented to the loth Regi 
ment N. Y. Vols. by the City of New York 1863." Inscribed upon the flag, " loth Regi 
ment N. Y. Vols." There appears also upon the flag the following lettering: " Geo. F. 
Hooper Col. Commanding, A. S. Wood, Major, Capt. Geo. M. Dewey, wounded. Capt. 
C. F. Angell, killed. Capt. Geo. F. Tait, wounded. Capt. Put. Field wounded. Capt. 
P. Henry, ist Lieut. F. M. Clark, wounded, ist Lieut. E. Van Winkle, ist Lieut. H. Y. 
Russell wounded, ist Lieut. W. H. Monk killed, ist Lieut. G. W. Halstead, 2nd Lieut. G. 
Hackett wounded. 2nd Lieut H. Y. Curtis, 2nd Lieut J. A. Brady, 2nd Lieut W. F. Beers 
wounded COLOR GUARD: C. H. White, D. S. Patterson, R. Groves, wounded. P. 
Petit, Killed." The engagements of the regiment are also inscribed upon flag. 

5. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff, staff broken, cord, tassels and 
spearhead complete. Painted upon the staff is " loth N. Y. Vols." 

6. Staff, with remnants of blue silk regimental banner attached, spearhead broken. 
The latter has the appearance of being hit with a shot. This banner was presented by 
Judge White of New York upon the departure of the regiment for the seat of war. 

7. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff and in fair condition, 
spearhead missing, trimmings complete. Upon one side of banner appears the arms and 
motto of the State of New York with the inscription, " Presented by the City of New York," 
and upon the reverse side the arms and motto of the city of New York with the inscription, 
" loth Regiment N. Y. Vols., presented by the City of New York." 

At the second Bull Run the 5th and loth were sent into a piece of woods and entirely 
flanked on both flanks by the enemy, and driven from the ground. The color bearer of 
the loth was killed, and the flag here presented was captured by a Georgia regiment and 
was taken to Milledgeville, where it was displayed in the capitol as a trophy. It was after 
ward recaptured by General Slocum s column of General Sherman s army, on the march 
from Atlanta to Savannah. Colonel Rodgers, of General Slocum s staff, removed it from the 
capitol and transmitted it to the archives of the state, through Maj-Gen. Daniel Butterneld. 

COLORS OF THE ELEVENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk ; little worn ; original staff. Presented by Laura Keene. 

2. Regimental color, white silk. Painted with arms of fire department of the city of 
New York. Inscribed, "ist Regiment New York Zouaves." "The Star Spangled Banner 



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in triumph shall wave." Original staff, cord and tassels. Presented to the regiment by 
John R. Platt, president, on behalf of the fire department of the city of New York. 

COLORS OF THE TWELFTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk. Presented to the regiment by the ladies of Syracuse, May 2, 
1861, and carried by the regiment through every service in which it was engaged. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, unmounted and in very bad condition, the center nearly 
all gone. From the Secretary of War, under joint resolution of Congress, approved 
February 28, 1905. 

COLORS OF THE THIRTEENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; with staff. This color was borne in the first battle of Bull Run 
only. The holes in its union were made upon that occasion. 

2. National color, bunting; with staff. This color was carried by the regiment in a!l 
its marches and actions. 

3. Regimental color, blue silk ; with staff, embroidered on one side with eagle and 
motto, " God and our country ;" on the other, state arms painted, with number of regiment. 
Presented to the regiment by the ladies of Rochester. 

COLORS OF THE FOURTEENTH INFANTRY. 

i. National color, bunting; much worn; staff gone. Presented to the regiment on its 
departure for the field by Governor Morgan, on behalf of the State of New York, and 
returned to Governor Seymour, soiled and tattered, but not dishonored. 

COLORS OF THE SIXTEENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; faded and worn; with staff and spearhead. Presented to the 
regiment by the wife of Col. Joseph Rowland, at Camp Franklin, near Alexandria, in 
March, 1862. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk; painted with shield, etc., but almost entirely destroyed; 
staff, etc. Presented to the regiment by the wife of Col. Joseph Rowland, of Fishkill, N. Y., 
in June, 1861. 

These colors have been borne in eighteen battles, skirmishes and reconnoisances, the 
principal of which were West Point, Va., Games Mill and the six following days of fight 
ing and marching; Crampton Gap, Antietam and first and second Fredericksburg. At 
Gaines Mill the color bearers were three times shot down, and all except one of the 
color guard were either killed or wounded. The regimental color was in every march and 
in every battle in which the regiment participated. It was struck by a ball, while in the 
hands of the color bearer, and the ferule indented so that it could not be moved on the 
staff. At Crampton Gap, Corporal Charles H. Conant was instantly killed by a minie ball 
through the head, while holding one of the colors, and Corporal Robert Watson, of the 
color guard, was shot through the leg. 

COLORS OF THE SEVENTEENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; embroidered with number of regiment; much worn; spearhead 
gone. Presented to the regiment by eight ladies, friends of Col. H. S. Lansing. 

2. Regimental color, white silk. Painted on one side with arms of State of New York, 
and " i/th Regiment New York Volunteers," and on the other with eagle, shield and 
number of regiment. Original staff, with plate inscribed : " Presented to the Westchester 
Chasseurs by the ladies of Westchester County, May, 1861." 

3. Regimental color, blue silk. Painted with arms of the city of New York, and 
figures and words, " i;th Regiment N. Y. V.; presented by the City of New York." 
Original staff gone. 



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COLORS OF THE EIGHTEENTH INFANTRY. 

I. National color, silk ; with inscription, " Rally around them," " i8th Reg. N. Y. V." 
Presented to the regiment by the lady friends of Col. William A. Jackson, Albany, June i, 
1861, shortly before departure for the field. 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

i. National color, silk; with staff. 

This color was presented to the 2ist Infantry by the young ladies of the Central school 
of the city of Buffalo, in the spring of 1861. It was carried by the regiment in the fol 
lowing battles : Rappahannock Station, Sulphur Springs, Groveton, second Bull Run, 
Chantilly, South Mountain, Antietam and Fredericksburg. In the second battle at Bull 
Run, five enlisted men were killed and wounded while carrying it, and the eagle at the 
top of the staff was shot off. 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-SECOND INFANTRY. 

i. National color, silk ; forty-six bullet holes in the color, and on the staff is a break 
where it was struck by a shot. 

This was the second flag carried by the regiment, the first having been lost at second 
Bull Run, where the regiment lost 266 men killed and wounded. It was carried in the 
battles of South Mountain, Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville. 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-THIRD INFANTRY. 

1. National flag, silk, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
missing. No inscription. 

2. Staff, with small piece of blue silk regimental banner. The remnant of the banner 
would indicate that it was a banner received from the state ; spearhead missing. Inscribed 
upon an engraved plate on staff, " Presented by the Citizens of Elmira to the 2jrd Regi 
ment New York Vols. Col. Hoffman, Commanding." 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 

I. National color, silk, with original staff. 

This color is inscribed with its own history. Upon one side, " Falmouth, Rappahannock 
Station, Warrenton Springs, Gainesville, Groveton, 2nd Bull Run, South Mountain, 
Antietam, Fredericksburg, Rappahannock Crossing, Chancellorsville," and upon the other, 
"24th Regiment, Iron Brigade, ist Division, ist Army Corps." 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH INFANTRY. 

i. National color, silk; much worn and torn; mounted upon staff. No record or in 
scription found. 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 

i. National color, bunting; mounted upon staff. 

This flag was carried by the regiment during its entire term of service. It bears the 
marks of bullets and of blood, five good and true men having fallen beneath its folds. 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

I. National color, silk; much worn. 

The 27th Regiment received this color, May 22, 1861, from Company " G," and this 
company received it the same day from Mrs. Philip Church, of Belvidere. It was borne 
in the battles of first Bull Run, Mechanicsville, West Point, Games Mill, Goldsborough s 
Farm, Chickahominy, White Oak Creek, Malvern Hill, Crampton Pass, Antietam and the 
first and second battles of Fredericksburg. The bearer at Games Mill was severely 
wounded. The color has been many times struck by the enemy s shot, and the larger holes 



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were made by fragments of shell. The star, in the case appended to the lance, was 
literally shot out of the color while the regiment was storming the Heights of Fredericks- 
burg, in May, 1863. It was contributed by A. L. Van Ness, of Dansville, N. Y., who 
was the color bearer in that assault. 

2. National color, silk. 

This color was presented to Company " H," May 16, 1861, by the ladies of Mount 
Morris, Livingston county; was returned by the company to the donors, May 21, 1863, 
and by the latter deposited in the state archives. 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

1. Guidon, silk. 

At the battle of Chancellorsville, John Otto Swan, of Medina, aged fifteen years 
(enlisted as a drummer, and then acting as a marker), displayed great activity and energy. 
A soldier of Company " E " was shot dead, when the boy took this color from its staff, 
put it in his pocket, adjusted upon himself the accoutrements of the dead soldier, and 
fought gallantly in the ranks until, with sixty-five men and three officers, he was taken 
prisoner. Concealing the color under the lining of his coat, he kept it with him when 
taken to Richmond, and managed to bring it away unobserved when exchanged and 
sent home. The color has been deposited by the lad s father, as an honorable memorial 
of the services of a patriotic son. 

2. National color. Presented by ladies of Batavia, friends of Company " F," while 
regiment was encamped at Muddy Branch in 1861. 

3. National color. At battle of Cedar Mountain, April 9, 1862, the color bearer, 
William Lewis, and all of the color guard were killed or wounded and the color was 
captured. Sergeant Lewis succeeded in cutting a piece out of it, which he gave, on his 
return, to Colonel Brown. In 1882, while visiting the flag room in the War Department, 
Washington, D. C., Colonel Brown, upon investigation, identified one of the flags there 
by the piece cut from it as the colors lost by the regiment at Cedar Mountain, and upon his 
application the War Department restored the color to the veteran organization, which pre 
sented it to the State May 23, 1905. 

4. National color. Bears the inscription " Shenandoah, Va., Winchester, Cedar Moun 
tain, 28th Regt. N. Y. V., Rappahannock, Antietam, Chancellorsville." 

5. Small silk marker, presented by the Veteran Association May 23, 1905. 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-NINTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; much worn and tattered; the service color of the regiment. 
Presented by the city of New York. 

2. National color, silk; in good condition; plate on staff inscribed, "29th Regiment, 
N. Y. Vols., 1863. Presented by the City of New York." 

3. Regimental color, blue silk ; painted arms of the city of New York, and inscription, 
" 29th Regiment, N. Y. V. Presented by the City of New York." 

4. 5. Guidons, silk. 

COLORS OF THE THIRTIETH INFANTRY. 

I. National color, bunting; original staff gone. 

At" the second battle of Bull Run, these colors fell, during the engagement, in the hands 
of ten different men shot dead on the field. Thirty-six balls passed through the Stars and 
Stripes, and the staff was shot into splinters. 

COLORS OF THE THIRTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

1. National flag, silk; mounted upon original staff; spearhead missing; flag in fair 
condition. No inscription found. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, very much worn and rolled up upon the inside of 
National color on the same staff. No staff or inscription found. 



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COLORS OF THE THIRTY-SECOND INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; with staff. Plate on staff engraved: "Presented to the 32nd 
Regt, N. Y. S. Vols., June 28th, 1861, by Mrs. Wm. Laimbier, Jr. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk. Painted with arms of the city of New York. In 
scribed, "32nd Regiment, N. Y. V. Presented by the City of New York." Original staff, 
cord and tassels. About one-half of color gone. 

These colors have been borne with honor in seven battles. 

COLORS OF THE THIRTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 

I. National color, bunting; staff and trimmings gone; flag attached to curtain pole. 
No inscription found. 

COLORS OF THE THIRTY-FIFTH INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, silk; richly embroidered with the state arms and motto, and in 
scribed, " Jefferson Co., 35th Regiment, N. Y. S. V." " The Union, the Constitution, and 
the Enforcement of the Laws." 

2. National color, silk; worn. 

The regimental color was obtained by subscription on the part of the officers of the 
regiment. The National color was purchased by Hon. A. W. Clark, Hon. C. B. Hoard 
and others. They were borne by the regiment in the following engagements : Rappahan- 
nock, White Sulphur Springs, Groveton, second Bull Run, Chantilly, South Mountain, 
Antietam and Fredericksburg. 

COLORS OF THE THIRTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, bunting; with original staff. Presented to the regiment in July, 1861. 
It was in the following battles, viz.: First Bull Run (in reserve), Williamsburg, Fair 

Oaks, Glendale, Malvern Hill, Second Bull Run, Chantilly, Fredericksburg and Chancel- 
lorsville, and in several skirmishes before Yorktown and Richmond in 1862. 

2. Brigade battle color (red, white and red), bunting, with the number (i) in the 
center to designate both the brigade and the ranking regiment of the brigade. Received 
at Hampton, Va., April, 1862. 

It was in the battles already named except first Bull Run. 

3. National color, silk. 

The regiment received a new stand of colors from the city of New York, in February, 
1863, comprising a National color, regimental color and two guidons. The National 
color belonging to this stand was lost at Chancellorsville. It was removed from the staff 
by Lloyd, the bearer, and wrapped around his body, as it was liable to be torn in passing 
the tangled brush through which he was obliged to creep. This brave and intelligent 
soldier was killed and his body was buried without suspecting that the color was wrapped 
around his person, under his coat. Repeated efforts were made to find his grave, but 
without success. This color replaced the original. 

4. Regimental color, green silk ; emblazoned with harp and shamrock, and the inscrip 
tions : " 37th Regiment Irish Rifles, N. Y. Volunteers." " The first regiment of Irish 
Volunteers in the field." " Williamsburg," " Fair Oaks," " Glendale," " Malvern Hill," 
" Fredericksburg." Presented to the regiment by the city of New York, February, 1863. 

This color was with the regiment at Chancellorsville. 

5. 6. Guidons, blue silk. Presented to the regiment by the city of New York, February, 
1863. 

COLORS OF THE THIRTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, bunting. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk; emblazoned with arms of the city of New York and 
" 38th Regiment, N. Y. Volunteers. Presented by the City of New York." 

These colors were presented to the regiment by the citizens and the city of New York. 
They were not received by the regiment until after its engagement in the battle of first 
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COLORS OF THE FORTIETH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, bunting; much worn; original staff. 

This first color was presented to the regiment July 3, 1861, at Yonkers, N. Y., by 
Hon. Fernando Wood, mayor of New York, on behalf of the Union Defense Committee. 
It was borne in the sieges of Yorktown and Richmond (1862), and in the battles of 
\Yilliamsburg, Fair Oaks, Robinson s Field, Glendale, White Oak Swamp, Malvern Hill, 
Hay Market, Bull Run (2nd) and Chantilly, besides several skirmishes. Color-Sergeant 
Joseph Conroy carried this color into action at Fair Oaks, and was killed on that field. 
Color-Corporal Charles Boyle then took the colors ; was wounded and ordered to the rear ; 
refused to go, and was killed soon after. Color-Corporal George Miller bore it at Robin 
son s Field, Glendale, Malvern Hill, Hay Market, Bull Run and Chantilly. He died of 
disease. Color-Corporal Alfred Conklin carried it at Williamsburg, Fair Oaks and 
Malvern Hill. He died of disease at Harrison s Landing. Color-Corporal Edwin Howard 
carried it at Bull Run and Chantilly; was distinguished in all the battles of the regiment, 
and wounded at Fredericksburg. Color-Corporal Oliver P. Bisbing carried it at \Villiams- 
burg and Fair Oaks, and was killed in the last named battle. Color-Corporal John 
Brundage carried it at Wiliamsburg, Fair Oaks, Glendale, Malvern Hill and Bull Run, 
and was killed in the latter battle. Private Joseph Browne carried it at Hay Market, 
Bull Run and Chantilly ; was distinguished in eight engagements, and was promoted color- 
sergeant. Color-Corporal Robert Grieves carried it at Williamsburg, Fair Oaks and 
Malvern Hill; was wounded and promoted at Fair Oaks. Color-Corporal Thomas Read 
carried it at Williamsburg, Fair Oaks, Malvern Hill, Bull Run and Chantilly; was always 
distinguished, and was afterward killed at Fredericksburg. Color-Corporal Thomas Braslin 
carried it at Fair Oaks, and was dangerously wounded. Color-Corporal Horatio N. Shep 
herd carried it at Malvern Hill, Bull Run and Chantilly. Color-Corporal Jacob D. Ben 
nett carried it at Williamsburg, Fair Oaks and Malvern Hill; Color-Corporal Wm. 
Moyne carried it at Williamsburg, and Color-Corporal Joel Slattery carried it at Mal 
vern Hill, Bull Run and Chantilly; was afterward badly wounded at Fredericksburg. 

2. Silk flag, National, in fair condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
tassels missing. Inscription on flag, " MOZART." 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spear 
head and tassels complete. Upon each side of banner appears the arms of the United 
States with the inscription, "4oth Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE FORTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. Inscription, "415! Regt. N. Y. Vols." 

2. Blue silk banner, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
tassels complete. Inscription, "4ist Regiment New York State Vols." It also has the 
arms of the state; also the arms of the city of New York. Banner presented to the regi 
ment by the city of New York. 

3. 4. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs and in fair condition, spearhead 
and trimmings complete. Inscription, " 4ist Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE FORTY-THIRD INFANTRY. 

i. National color, bunting. 

This color was obtained from the general government, and was carried by the regiment 
until about the middle of September, 1862, when it gave place to a silk color presented 
by the ladies of the city of New York. The new color was carried until the 6th of May, 
1864, when, with its bearer, Sergeant Hackett, it was captured by the enemy. Sergeant 
Hackett concealed the colors on his person and, after his death in Andersonville Prison, 
they were buried with his body. In July, 1864, the regiment was presented, by the Albany 
Burgesses Corps, with a color and guidons, which were carried until the close of the war. 
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2 National color, silk, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and tassels missing. No 
inscription found. 

3. Small blue silk guidon ; this has a white center piece with the 6th Corps badge in 
center and the 43rd worked on the same. No other record. 

COLORS OF THE FORTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; faded and ragged; letters and words in gilt, "P. E. R. 44th 
Regt. N. Y. V." The following inscription is engraved on the plate attached to the staff : 
Presented by Mrs. Erastus Corning, Albany October 21, 1861 ; returned to the donor, 
January, 1863, in exchange for a new color, and by her deposited in the Bureau of Military 
Statistics." 

This color was borne by the regiment in all its engagements up to January, 1863, viz. : 
Siege of Yorktown, Hanover Court House,* Games Mill, Turkey Island Bend, Malvern 
Hill, second Bull Run, Antietam (in reserve), Shepardstown Ford and Fredericksburgh. 

2. National color, silk; much worn. Presented by Mrs. Erastus Corning, January, 
1863, in exchange for the original color of the regiment, and deposited by her in the Bureau. 

This color was carried by the regiment in all its engagements during the years 1863 
and 1864, and was brought home by it in October of the latter year. In the action at 
Spotsylvania Court House about eighteen inches of the staff was taken off, and also the 
eagle and top of staff, by shot. 

COLORS OF THE FORTY-FIFTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, color in very bad condition and mounted upon original staff; spear 
head and trimmings gone. 

2. Remnant of blue silk regimental banner wrapped about the National color. No 
inscription found. 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, in bad condition and mounted upon original staff ; spear 
head and trimmings complete. Inscription, " 45th Regiment N. Y. Vols." Banner emblazoned 
with the National arms and motto. 

4. 5. Blue silk guidons, in bad condition and mounted upon original staffs ; spearheads 
gone. Inscription, " 45th Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk ; bears the following inscription on the staff : " Presented to 
the 46th Regiment, N. Y. S. V., Viele s Brigade, by Mrs. E. L. Viele, of the Union Defense 
Committee, New York, through their Commander, Colonel Rudolph Rosa, October 12, 
1861." 

2. Regimental color, silk; with arms of the city of New York painted upon each side. 
Presented by the city of New York. 

3. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff and in fair condition; spearhead and 
tassels complete. Inscription, "46th Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

4. National color, silk ; much worn. The streamers bear the following inscriptions : 
"Antietam, Md. ; Fredericksburg, Va. ; East Tennessee ; 2nd Bull Run ; Chantilly, Va. ; 
South Mountain, Md. ; Port Royal, S. C. ; Pulaski, Ga. ; James Island, S. C." Presented 
by the ladies of Washington, D. C., while the regiment was encamped at Annapolis. 

5. Blue silk regimental banner, in good condition and mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead and tassels complete. Upon each side appears the arms of the city of New York 
and the inscription, "46th Regiment New York Vols. Presented by the City of New York." 

6. 7. Blue silk guidons, in fair condition and mounted upon original staffs. Inscrip 
tion, "46th Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

* At the battle of Hanover Court House, May 27, 1862, Corporal James Y9img, of Company " F," twice 
raised the fallen color of the regiment, which had been shot down by the terrible cross-fire which swept the 
field. He fell pierced by a rifle-ball in the head, while waving his hat and shouting defiance to the enemy. 



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COLORS OF THE FORTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in fair condition and mounted upon staff, spearhead and trim 
mings complete. Inscription, " 47th N. Y. Vols." 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in very bad condition and mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead broken. The arms of the city of New York appear upon the banner. Inscrip 
tion, " 47th Regiment New York Vols." 

3. 4. Blue silk guidons, in fair condition, spearheads gone. Inscription, "47th Regt 
N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE FORTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; completely riddled; part of original staff. 

This color was presented to the regiment by the wife of General Viele, October, 1861, at 
Annapolis, Md. It was in a shower of bullets for three hours, and completely riddled. 
Part of the staff was shot away at Fort Wagner. It was borne in action at Port Royal 
Ferry (January i, 1862), Pocataligo (October 22, 1862), Morris Island (July 10, 1863), 
and Fort Wagner (July 18, 1863). Of its bearers, Sergeant George G. Sparks was wounded 
and transferred to invalid corps ; Corporal George Vredenberg was wounded and discharged ; 
Corporal James W. Dunn was wounded, promoted captain, and killed at Fort Fisher; 
Corporal Alonzo Hilliker was killed; Corporal Alexander Hyers was killed, and Corporal 
Sidney Wadhams was killed. 

2. Silk flag, National, mounted; flag in very bad condition; spearhead and trimmings 
complete. Inscription, " 48th Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

3. Remnants of blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon staff, spearhead and trim 
mings complete. Arms of the state upon one side and the arms of the city of New York 
upon the other. Inscription, "48th Regiment N. Y. Vols. Presented by the City of New 
York." 

4. Staff, with remnants of blue silk guidon, spearhead gone. No inscription. 

5. 6. Blue silk guidons, in fair condition, mounted upon original staffs, one spearhead 
gone. Figure " 48 " in center of guidons. 

COLORS OF THE FORTY-NINTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, bunting; staff gone. 

This color was presented to the 49th Regiment by Governor Morgan, on behalf of the 
State of New York, in September, 1861. It was used for a few months (in skirmish at 
Lewinsville, October 14, 1861), until the presentation of a silk color to the regiment by 
the ladies of Buffalo, in the spring of 1862, when it was laid aside. It was carried again 
in the battle of Opequan (September igth), at Fisher s Hill (September 2ist and 22d), and 
at Cedar Creek (October igth), and on the 2d of April, 1865. 

2. National color, silk ; worn ; original staff with plate inscribed with names of donors, 
Mrs. Abbey P. Heacock, Hon. Wm. G. Fargo, with eighteen others. Plate not on staff now. 

This was the battle color of the regiment from the spring of 1862 until September, 
1864. It was borne in the following engagements, viz. : Watt s Creek, Young s Mills, 
Wyndi Mills, siege of Yorktown, Mechanicsville, Garnett s Farm, Golding s Farm, Savage s 
Station, W r hite Oak Swamp, Malvern Hill, second Bull Run, South Mountain, Antietam, 
first Fredericksburg, Marye s Heights, Salem Heights, skirmishes of June 5th and 6th, 
Gettysburg, Fairfield, Funckstown, Rappahannock Station, Mine Run, Wilderness (two), 
Spotsylvania, North Anna, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, Gurley s House, Fort Stevens 
(Washington), Charlestown and Opequan Creek. 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff and in fair condition, 
spearhead and tassels complete. Upon each side of banner appears the arms of the United 
States. 

4. 5. Blue silk guidons, one of which is mounted on original staff and the other is 
mounted upon a round stick. Upon the center of the guidons appears the badge of the 
6th Corps with the figure " 49." 



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COLORS OF THE FIFTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in good condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
gone. Inscription, "5ist Regiment New York State Vols." The engagements of the regi 
ment are also painted upon the flag. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff. Embroidered arms of the 
state with the inscription, also worked in silk, " Roanoke Island Feb. 8th, 1862." " Shepards 
Rifles." Upon an engraved plate on staff is inscribed, "presented to the 5ist New York 
State Volunteers by the friends of Col. Edward Ferrero and Lieut. Col. Robert E. Potter, 
April, 1862." 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff and in fine condition, spear 
head and trimmings complete. Emblazoned with the arms of the city of New York. Pre 
sented by the city of New York. 

4. Silk flag, National, unmounted and attached to the other staffs. Embroidered 
letters "Shepards Rifles," "sist New York Vols." 

This flag is from the Secretary of War, under joint resolution of Congress, approved 
February 28, 1905. 

5. 6. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs, with spearheads complete ; guidons 
are in good condition and inscribed, "Sist Reg t New York Vols." 

7. 8. Silk guidons, National, mounted upon short staffs and in good condition. No 
inscription. 

COLORS OF THE FIFTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff and in fair condition. Inscription, 
" 54th New York Vols." Spearhead broken. 

2. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition, mounted upon staff, spearhead broken and 
part gone. No inscription. 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff and in fair condition, spear 
head broken. This banner has the arms of the city of New York painted upon it and 
also the inscription, " 54th Regiment N. Y. Vols.," and was presented by the city of New 
York. 

4. Guidon, National, mounted upon original staff. No inscription. 

5. 6. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs. Inscription, " 54th New York 
Vols." 

7. 8. Fragments of blue silk guidons attached to staffs. No inscription. 
9. 10. National guidons, bunting; mounted upon original staff and in fair condition. 
No inscription. 

COLORS OF THE FIFTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

I. National color, silk; faded; half gone; rent by bullets and shell. 

COLORS OF THE FIFTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

1. Staff, with fragments of National color; spearhead gone; original staff; engraved 
plate upon staff with the inscription, " 58th New York Vols., presented by the City of New 
York, 1863." 

2. Staff, with remnants of blue silk regimental banner ; original staff. The arms are 
worked in silk and have the appearance of being the arms of the State of New York. 
The staff is shattered, and cut into the staff are some of the engagements in which the 
regiment was engaged. No other inscription found. 

3. 4. Blue silk guidons, mounted and in very bad condition. Inscription, " 58th New 
York Vols." Spearhead gone. 

COLORS OF THE FIFTY-NINTH INFANTRY. 

i. National color, silk; much worn; original staff gone. Presented to the regiment 
by ex-Mayor Kingsland on behalf of the city of New York, October, 1861. 



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2. National color, silk ; worn and faded ; original staff. 

3. National color, silk ; worn ; original staff. Presented to the regiment by the city of 
New York, April, 1863. 

4. Regimental color, blue silk. Emblazoned with arms of the city of New York, num 
ber of regiment, etc. Presented to the regiment by the city of New York, October, 1863. 

5. 6. Guidons (two), blue silk. Emblazoned with arms of the State of New York. 
Presented to the regiment by the city of New York, April, 1863. 

7. National color, silk; original staff. 

8. Regimental color, blue silk. Emblazoned with arms of the State of New York; 
original staff. 

9. 10. Guidons (two), bunting; original staff. 

ii. 12. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs, spearheads complete. Inscrip 
tion, "sgth Regt. N. Y. Vols." 

Colors i and 2 were carried in all the battles and skirmishes in which the regiment 
participated, up to and including Gettysburg (July 3, 1863), where seven of the eight 
color-corporals were either killed or wounded. 

In the charge on Marye s Heights, a shell from the enemy exploded directly over 
the second series of colors, shattered the top of the staff of the regimental color, and tore 
both colors (3 and 4) into shreds. The guidons were only used on parades and drills. 

The colors of the third series were presented to the regiment by Col. William A. 
Olmstead, November, 1864. They have not been much worn, although marked by bullets 
received in the siege of Petersburgh, and in the numerous engagements which eventuated in 
the surrender of General Lee. 

COLORS OF THE SIXTIETH INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, blue silk. Painted arms State of New York, with Washington s 
Headquarters (Newburgh), and other Hudson river views in back ground. Inscribed, 
"6oth Rcgt., N. Y. S. V." The words "Jehovah Nisi" (The Lord our Banner) em 
broidered ; original staff, spearhead gone. 

2. National color, silk ; faded ; worn. 

3. National colors, bunting ; mounted upon original staff, spearhead gone. Inscription 
sewed upon the color, " 6oth New York Vols." 

Color No. 2 was borne at Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Lookout Mountain, Missionary 
Ridge, Peavine Creek and Ringgold. At the battle of Lookout Mountain, Sergeant Leahy, 
who bore it, being twice hit, fell to the ground. Sergeant Buck sprang forward and seized 
it, and. with a coolness and bravery undisturbed by the whiz of bullets, steadily bore it in 
advance of the regiment. 

4. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff and in fine condition ; eagle 
on top of staff gone. Upon each side of banner is painted the arms of the state and motto: 
there also is painted the engagements of the regiment with the inscription, " 6oth New 
York Vols." 

COLORS OF THE SIXTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

r. National color, silk; with piece of original broken staff. 

This color was presented to the regiment by the city of New York in 1861. It 
was in the battles of Yorktown, Fair Oaks, Peach Orchard, Savage Station, White Oak 
Swamp, Charles City Cross Roads, Malvern Hill, Antietam, Charlestown, Snicker s Gap 
and Fredericksburgh. At the battle of Fair Oaks, the color bearer and four of the color 
guard were killed. At Antietam, the color bearer, Frank Aldrich, was killed, and flag 
staff shot in three pieces. 

2. National color, silk ; with original staff. 

This color was presented to the regiment by the city of New York in 1861. It was 
used as the parade color until the Peninsula campaign, when it was laid aside. In the 
spring of 1863, it was brought into service, and was carried through the battles of Chan- 



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cellorsville, Gettysburg, Auburn, Bristow Station and Mine Run. At Gettysburg, the color 
bearer and two of the color guard were wounded. 

3. National color, silk; field all gone, and three-fourths of stripes. 

This color was carried by the regiment during the campaign of 1864, at the Wilderness, 
Todd s Tavern, Po River, Cobbany Bridge, Totopotomoy Creek, Cold Harbor, Petersburg 
(three), Deep Bottom (two), White s Tavern, Spotsylvania, South Anna, Reams Station. 

4. National color, silk; original staff. Inscribed on plate, "6ist Regt., N. Y. S. V., 1863. 
Presented by the City of New York." 

5. 6. Regimental color, blue silk. Emblazoned with arms and motto of the United 
States, and "6ist N. Y. Vol. Regiment Infantry. Presented by the City of New York. 

These colors were in every action in which the 2d Corps took part from October, 1864. 
They were first unfurled on the ramparts of Fort McGilvery, in front of Petersburgh, and 
from thence in the following engagements : Hatcher s Run, Petersburg to March 25th, 
Boydtown Road (two), Sutherland s Plantation, Sailor s Creek, Cumberland Church an.J 
the surrender of Lee. During this campaign, four of the color guard were disabled (two 
killed). 

COLORS OF THE SIXTY-SECOND INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff and in very bad condition ; the staff 
was broken at the charge at Fredericksburg, Va. (this is from the personal information of 
George Neal, color-corporal at the time it occurred) ; spearhead gone. 

2. Silk flag, National, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
and tassels complete. Inscription, " 62nd Regiment New York Vols." 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff; banner in very bad con 
dition, spearhead and trimmings complete. Inscription, "62nd Regiment New York State 
Vols." Presented by the city of New York and has the arms of the city of New York 
painted upon it. 

4. 5. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs and in very bad condition, spear 
heads gone. Inscription, " 62nd Regt. N. Y. Vols." 

6. 7. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs and in good condition, spearheads 
complete. Inscription, "62nd Regt. N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE SIXTY-THIRD INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; almost entirely destroyed; original staff. Inscribed on plate, 
"63rd Regiment, N. Y. S. V., 1863. Presented by the City of New York." 

2. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff and in fine condition, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. Inscription, " 63rd Regiment New York Vols." 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff and in fine condition, spear 
head and trimmings complete. Arms of the state upon one side and upon the other the 
arms of the city of New York. Inscription, "63rd Regiment New York Vols., presented 
by the City of New York." 

4. 5. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs. Inscription, "63rd Regt. N. Y. 
Vols." 

COLORS OF THE SIXTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, bunting; worn; staff gone. 

2. National color, silk; much worn and field and stripes disfigured and destroyed; 
name of regiment, etc., inscribed; staff gone. 

3. Regimental color, blue silk; two-thirds gone; arms of State of New York originally 
painted in center, over which were the words " 64th Reg. N. Y. Vols. ;" under arms the 
words, "presented by the Board of Supervisors of Cattaraugus county." 

These colors have been almost destroyed in the service. The first was in the siege of 
Yorktown and the battles of Fair Oaks, Games Mill, Savage Station, Peach Orchard, 
White Oak Swamp, Glendale, Malvern Hill, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and 



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Gettysburg. The second and third were presented to the regiment by the board of super 
visors of Cattaraugus county, and were in actions at Gettysburg, Williamsport, Snicker s 
Gap, Manassas Gap, Auburn Hill, Bristow Station, Mine Run, Wilderness, Po River, Spot- 
sylvania, North Anna, Totopotomoy, South Anna, Guinney s Station, Cold Harbor, Peters 
burg (four), Strawberry Plains, Deep Bottom (two), Ream s Station and Hatcher s Run. 
In each of these engagements the regiment lost men in killed and wounded. 

At Gettysburg, the National color (No. i) was carried by Chauncey McKoon of Com 
pany " B," who was severely wounded in the thigh. It was then taken by Edmund Stone 
of Company " D," who was killed. It was then raised by Sergeant Blackmore, who carried 
it through the remainder of the battle. Thomas J. Zibble, corporal of Company " F," and 
Albert Empy, corporal of Company " E," were wounded in the same battle while carry 
ing the National color (No. 2). 

COLORS OF THE SIXTY-FIFTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition and mounted upon original staff, spear 
head gone. No inscription. 

2. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
and tassels complete. No inscription. 

3. Silk flag, National, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. Inscription, "65th Regiment New York Vols." 

4. Blue silk regimental banner, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spear 
head and trimmings complete. Painted upon banner is the arms and motto of the United 
States. 

5. Blue silk regimental banner, in good condition and mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead broken. Arms of the city of New York is painted upon banner and also the 
inscription, " 65th Regiment N. Y. Vols. Presented by the City of New York." 

6. 7. Blue silk guidons, in very poor condition, one spearhead gone, mounted upon 
original staffs. Inscription, " 65th Regt. New York Vols." 

COLORS OF THE SIXTY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 

1. Staff, flag and spearhead gone. Upon the staff is an engraved plate with the in 
scription, " presented by the City of New York, 1863." The staff is shattered by shot ; also 
the plate shows the mark of a bullet. 

2. Silk flag, National, in good condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. Inscription, " 66th Regiment N. Y. Vols.," also the engagements of 
the regiment painted upon the flag. 

3. Silk flag, National, in very good condition, spearhead and trimmings gone. No 
inscription. 

4. Blue silk regimental banner, in very good condition, spearhead and trimmings com 
plete, mounted upon original staff. Upon one side of the banner appears the arms of the 
State of New York and upon the other side the arms of the city of New York. Inscrip 
tion, "66th Regiment New York Vols., presented by the City of New York." 

5. 6. Blue silk guidons, in good condition and mounted upon original staffs, spearheads 
complete. Inscription, "66th Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

7. Guidon, captured by J. E. B. Stuart s Cavalry at Brandy Station, Va., recaptured and 
sent to this Bureau by the Secretary of War, under joint resolution of Congress, February 
28, 1905. 

COLORS OF THE SIXTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition and mounted upon original staff, spear 
head broken and part gone. No inscription. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner; very little of the banner remaining; it is mounted upon 
the original staff ; spearhead broken and part of it gone. The inscription is nearly all gone. 



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COLORS OF THE SIXTY-NINTH INFANTRY. 

I. Light colored silk guidon; embroidered lettering " 1st Regiment Irish Brigade; 
6o.th Regiment N. Y. Vols." This guidon was captured in the battle of Fredericksburg, Va., 
by Major-General Anderson s Division; December 15, 1862, recaptured. Received from the 
Secretary of War, under a joint resolution of Congress, approved February 28, 1905. 

COLORS OF THE SEVENTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

I. National color, silk. Inscribed "Jackson Regiment, N. Y. V." With original staff. 

This color was borne in the battles of Stafford Court House, Fair Oaks (June ist, 
I2th and 25th), Charles City Cross Roads (June 29th, 30th), Malvern Hill (July ist and 
August 4th), Bristow Station, second Bull Run, Chantilly and Fredericksburg. 

COLORS OF THE SEVENTY-SECOND INFANTRY. 

I. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
and trimmings gone. No inscription. 

COLORS OF THE SEVENTY-THIRD INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
gone. No inscription. 

2. 3. Guidons, in fair condition and mounted upon original staffs, spearheads gone. 
No inscription. 

COLORS OF THE SEVENTY-FIFTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; three-quarters gone; original staff broken by bullets; original 
cord and tassels. 

2. Silk flag, National, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
tassels complete. Upon a paper attached to the staff is the following, " 75th Regiment X. 
Y. Vols. Mustered out, August 31, 1865. Lt. Col. Robert P. York, Commanding." 

3. Regimental color, blue silk. Embroidered with coat of arms of the State of New 
York, and " 75th Regiment, N. Y. S. V. ;" original staff, cord and tassels. Flag and staff 
shattered and marked by bullets. Presented to the regiment by the ladies of Auburn. 

4. Blue silk regimental banner, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spear 
head missing. Upon each side of banner appears the arms and motto of the United States 
and also the inscription, " 75th Regiment New York Vols.," and upon the staff written upon 
a paper that is pasted thereon, "75th Regiment New York Vols. mustered out August 31, 
1865, Lt. Col. Robert P. York, Commanding." At Port Hudson the gallant color bearer 
who received the National flag from the ladies of Auburn, was killed, a bullet from the 
enemy piercing his heart. As he fell, the colors were snatched from his death grasp by a 
corporal, who waved them in defiance. 

COLORS OF THE SEVENTY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; in tatters; original staff gone. 

2. Regimental banner, mounted; banner nearly all gone. 

This color was presented to the regiment, on the steps of the capitol in Albany, on its 
departure for the field, by Mrs. Campbell, of York Mills, Oneida county, with public cere 
monies. It was carried until December, 1863, during which time it was borne in the battles 
of Rappahannock Station, Warrenton, Sulphur Springs, Gainesville, second Bull Run, South 
Mountain, Antietam, Upperville, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg and Mine 
Run. 

It received fifteen musket balls and one twelve-pound shot through it in action. The 
color bearer, Sergeant Stamp, was killed at South Mountain. At Gettysburg, the color 
bearer was wounded just as the regiment was falling back, and came near being captured, 
but was rescued by Private John Stephens, of Company " H," who left the ranks under 
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COLORS OF THE SEVENTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, blue silk; original staff. The design painted upon each side (now 
torn and defaced) was the number of the regiment and arms of the state and motto, at 
the side of which was represented the surrender of Burgoyne in 1777, upon which occasion 
the American Stars and Stripes were said to have been first displayed. Presented to the 
regiment by the sons of Saratoga county, resident in New York, upon its departure for 
the field November 29, 1861. 

This color was carried in the battle of Lee s Mills, the siege of Yorktown, battles of 
Mechanicsville, Golding s Farm, Garnet s Hill, White Oak Swamp, Crampton Pass, Antie- 
tam, Fredericksburg, Marye s Heights and Gettysburg. The bearers were Sergeant Isaac 
Bemis and, afterward, Corporal Michael McWilliams. In the charge up Marye s Heights 
one of the color guard was killed and the color torn in shreds by a shell. 

2. Guidon ; staff gone. Two guidons were presented with the regimental color and were 
used during the same period. That on the right side of the line was crimson, and that 
on the left blue. The crimson guidon is returned. 

3. National color, silk; about half gone; end ragged; the field in ribbons and but little 
left; bears the inscriptions, "Winchester, Sept. 19, 1864; Fisher s Hill, Sept. 22, 1864; Cedar 
Creek, Oct. 19, 1864." Original staff, the top of which was shot off in the Wilderness, 
May 6, 1864. 

This color was presented to the regiment by the ladies of Temple Grove Seminary, 
Saratoga Springs, November 29, 1861, and was carried during three years service. The 
lettering was placed upon it after the regiment left the field, in accordance with an order 
from General Sheridan to the Army of the Shenandoah. In the battle of Chancellorsville 
the field was torn out by a shell from the enemy s cannon. Among its bearers in battle 
Corporal Joseph Meurer was instantly killed at Antietam; Corporal Michael McWilliams 
uas killed in the Wilderness (May 6th) ; Corporal Horrigan of the color guard was 
killed at Cedar Creek (October iQth) ; and Corporal Henry Myres was shot through the 
right hand in the Wilderness (May xoth). It was in every battle in which the 6th Corps 
took part, up to November, 1864, including Fort Stevens (Washington, D. C), Winchester, 
Fisher s Hill and Cedar Creek. 

4. National color, silk; "77th Regt. N. Y. S. V.," embroidered. 

5. 6. Guidons, blue silk; faded; corps badge of 6th Corps in center in white, on which 
is " 77." 

These colors were in service in the battalion which the 77th left in the field, from No 
vember, 1864, to the return of the battalion in July, 1865. They were in the charge at Peters- 
burgh (April 2d). 

COLORS OF THE SEVENTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

I. National color, silk; nearly all gone; flagstaff has been twice broken by bullets; the 
lower break has been mended; the upper one is still unrepaired. On silver plate on the 
staff, " 78th Regiment, N. Y. V. 1863. Presented by the City of New York." 

This color was presented to the regiment in the summer of 1863, at Fairfax Court 
House, Va. It was carried in several skirmishes in Virginia, and accompanied the regiment 
to the west, where it was borne in the battles of Wauhatchie, Lookout Mountain, Resaca, 
Dallas, Lost Mountain, Pine Knob, Kenesaw, Peach Tree Creek, and siege of Atlanta; was 
carried through the campaign to Savannah, and was the first to enter that city; was also 
carried in the late Carolina campaign. One color bearer was severely wounded at Resaca, 
and one at Lost Mountain. 

COLORS OF THE SEVENTY-NINTH INFANTRY. 

I. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition and mounted upon staff, spearhead com 
plete. The engagements in which the regiment was engaged painted upon flag. Engraved 
plate upon staff with the inscription, " 79th Regiment N. Y. Vols., presented by the City of 
New York." 



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2. Silk flag, National, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
and tassels complete. Inscription, " 7Qth New York Vols." 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead complete. Upon one side of banner appears the arms of the state and upon 
the other side the arms of the city of New York. Inscription, " 7gth Regiment New York 
Vols., presented by the City of New York." 

4. 5. Blue silk guidons, in bad condition and mounted upon original staffs, spearheads 
complete. Inscription, " 7Qth Regt. N. Y. Vols." 

6. 7. Blue silk guidons, in very bad condition, mounted on original staffs, one spear 
head gone. Inscription, " 7Qth Regt. N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE EIGHTIETH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk ; " 2Oth Regiment, N. Y. S. M.," in gilt ; original staff gone. 
Presented to the regiment by the ladies of Poughkeepsie. 

This color was in the battles of Norman s Ford, Warrenton Springs, Gainesville, second 
Bull Run (where Colonel Pratt was mortally wounded), Chantilly, South Mountain, An- 
tietam and Fredericksburgh. The color bearers were repeatedly shot down, and some of 
its officers were shot while holding the colors. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk ; embroidered with eagle and arms of the State of New 
York ; " 20th Regiment, N. Y. S. M., Ulster Guard," in scroll above arms ; " Excelsior," in 
scroll below. Also the words, " Washington, April 1861, Warrenton, Manassas, Norman s 
Ford, Chantilly, South Mountain, Antietam." Below all, the words " Presented by the 
ladies of Saugerties, N. Y." " Fredericksburg," affixed on paper in gilt letters. Marked 
by bullets ; staff gone. 

While carrying this color, Color-Sergeant Edward Becket was shot through the hand, 
the ball shattering the flagstaff. The gilt eagle was shot from the top of the staff on the 
third day of the engagement at Gettysburg. It was borne in the battles named in connec 
tion with the National color of the regiment, and also at Chancellorsville and at Gettysburg. 

COLORS OF THE EIGHTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

1. National color, bunting. 

This color was used as the storm color of the regiment. It was flying from the 
Colonel s tent at Seven Pines when the regiment fell back with Casey s Division to the 
second line, May 31, 1862. It was left behind but, being remembered, was returned for 
and recovered. The Colonel s tent took fire at Northwest Landing, Va., March, 1864, and 
burned the color somewhat. 

2. National color, silk; accompanied by the original staff, which was broken in four 
places by shot and shell. 

This color was presented to the regiment, December 3, 1863, by Mrs. E. C. Ingersoll, 
of Lee, Oneida county, N. Y., and was in service from January i, 1864, to January i, 
1865, in the following engagements, viz. : Violet Station, Drury s Bluff, Cold Harbor, 
Petersburg, Fort Harrison and second Fair Oaks, and in several skirmishes. The staff 
was broken in four parts by shot and shell, one of which (a minie ball) struck between 
the hands of the color-sergeant, Evan Michaels, and passed through his body, inflicting a 
mortal wound. Tne eagle, surmounting the staff, was carried away by a shot, and not re 
covered. The color shows thirty-six bullet holes, and in its field are two holes made by 
cannon shot. In carrying this color four of the color guard were killed and fifteen wounded. 

3. Silk flag, National, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
tassels missing. Inscription, "8ist Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

4. 5. Guidons, bunting; mounted upon original staffs. No inscription. 

COLORS OF THE EIGHTY-SECOND INFANTRY. 

i. Guidon, mounted upon staff furnished by state. Guidon received from the Secre 
tary of War, under joint resolution of Congress, approved February 28, 1005. Inscription on 
guidon, "82nd N. Y. Vols." 

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COLORS OF THE EIGHTY-THIRD INFANTRY. 

I. Blue silk regimental banner, in very bad condition, staff and trimmings new. Upon 
one side of banner appears the arms of the State of New York and upon the other side 
the arms of the city of New York. Inscription, " Presented by the City of New York." 

COLORS OF THE EIGHTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 

i. Silk flag, National, in fair condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. No inscription. 

COLORS OF THE EIGHTY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, merino ; lower red, white and part of the second red stripe gone, 
and also ends of stripes ; has about twenty bullet holes in it. 

This color was presented to Company "B" by the ladies of Addison, Steuben county, 
N. Y., and was regarded as the property of that company until the battle of Chancellors- 
ville, when its Captain, William M. Angle, was killed, while gallantly leading his company 
in a charge on the enemy. It was then adopted by the regiment. It was always used as 
the battle-color of the regiment until the campaign of 1864, and was in the following 
engagements, viz. : Second Bull Run, Manassas Gap, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 
Beverly Ford, Gettysburg, Wapping Heights, Auburn, Kelly s Ford, Orange Grove and 
Mine Run. Four color-sergeants were killed while carrying it in battle. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk; in tatters. Painted with arms and motto of the 
United States and number of regiment; original staff, cord and tassels. 

This color was obtained from the general government, in March, 1864, and was carried 
in the following battles and skirmishes, viz. : Wilderness, Spotsylvania, North Anna, Silver 
Creek. Petersburg, Deep Bottom, Hatcher s Run, Cold Harbor and Weldon Railroad, in 
all twenty-two engagements. 

3. National color, silk ; with staff. 

4. Regimental color, blue silk; with eagle and motto of the United States; staff, etc. 

5. 6. Guidons ; with staff. 

COLORS OF THE EIGHTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk ; somewhat worn and faded ; staff entire ; spearhead gone. In 
scribed in needle work, " 8;th Reg., N. Y. S. V. Presented by the City of Brooklyn." 

2. Regimental color, blue silk. Painted with the arms of city of New York, beneath 
which, in scroll, the words "Presented by the City of New York;" above arms, in scroll, 
the words " 87th Regiment, N. Y. S. V. ;" staff and tassels entire ; spearhead gone. 

3. Regimental color, white silk, large and rich ; in center, in blue and gold, the arms 
of the city of Brooklyn, and underneath in scroll, the words, " Presented by the City of 
Brooklyn;" immediately over the arms, in scroll, the words, "Col. Stephen A. Dodge;" 
above the latter, in scroll, the words, "Sjth Regt, Brooklyn Rifles N. Y. S. V.;" staff and 
spearhead, the latter broken off. 

COLORS OF THE NINETIETH INFANTRY. 

i. National color, silk; original staff, cord and tassels. Inscription on plate, "poth 
Regiment, N. Y. S. V., 1863. Presented by the City of New York." 

This color was carried by the regiment from September, 1864. to March, 1865. It 
bears the marks of many bullets and one piece of shell, and the staff is shattered by some 
flying missile. The color is marked with blood from the death wound of Sergeant Francis 
Foley, of Company " C," color bearer, who was killed at the battle of Cedar Creek, Va. 

COLORS OF THE NINETY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

i. National color, silk; faded, torn. Inscribed, "Irish Bend, April I4th, 1863; Ver- 
million Bayou, April i;th, 1863; Port Hudson, May 25th, 27th, and June I4th, 1863; Cox s 
Plantation, July I3th, 1863." Original staff, broken and brass ornament gone. 



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This color was presented to the 91 st Regiment, by the wife of Col. J. W. Harcourt, of 
Albany, on its departure for the seat of war, December, 1861. At Port Hudson (May 27th), 
it was torn in two and the top of the staff carried away, while being borne by Corporal 
James E. Jones, of Company " D," who was wounded in the face by a splinter. Corporal 
Patrick H. Garrity, of Company " H," picked up the piece and the spear, and, being 
wounded in the foot, they were taken by him to the hospital. Subsequently they were 
returned to Mrs. Harcourt by Colonel Van Zandt. The remainder of the color and staff were 
carried by the regiment until its re-enlistment, in 1864, when they were also returned to 
Mrs. Harcourt. In the battle of Irish Bend, the color was borne by Sergeant Gill, of Com 
pany " C," and it was also borne by him at Port Hudson until he was wounded. It was then 
taken by Corporal Jones and when he was wounded, by Private Townsend, of Company 
" K." Private Townsend joined the regiment at Pensacola, having deserted the Confederate 
service (into which he had been pressed) at Mobile. He carried the color until the i-jth of 
June, when, in the last battle at Port Hudson, he fell pierced with seven balls, one of which, 
as was ascertained after the surrender of the Confederate forces, was from a gun in the hands 
of his brother, who was a member of the loth Alabama, and who recognized him at the 
instant .of discharging his piece. Townsend subsequently died of his wounds. Corporal 
Garrity took the color from Townsend, and carried it until it was returned to its donor 
in 1864. 

2. Silk guidon, unmounted. The center of guidon represents a white silk cross with 
the letters and figures, "gist N. Y. Vols." worked in silk. The guidon is pieced out on the 
top with red silk, and upon the bottom with blue silk. 

COLORS OF THE NINETY-SECOND INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk ; embroidered with name of regiment and the words, " Excelsior 
Rifle Battalion." Returned by the regiment, May n, 1864. 

This color was used by the regiment until it was so torn by bullets that it could not 
be unfurled. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner (staff supplied by Adjutant-General). Upon each side 
of banner appears the arms and motto of the state with the inscription, " Deo Fiden- 
dum " and " 92nd Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

This banner was received from the Secretary of War, under joint resolution of Con 
gress, approved February 28, 1905. 

COLORS OF THE NINETY-THIRD INFANTRY. 

1. Staff, original, with fragments of blue silk regimental banner attached, spearhead and 
tassels missing. Emblazonment entirely gone. Painted upon the staff, "93rd N. Y. Vols." 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff; banner in good condition. 
Upon each side of banner appears the arms and motto of the United States. Inscription 
painted upon staff, "93rd N. Y. Vols." 

3. 4. Silk guidons, National, one of which is mounted upon the original staff, with 
spearhead complete; the other upon a long square pole, no spearhead. No inscription. 

COLORS OF THE NINETY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition and mounted, spearhead tied to staff. No 
inscription. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner ; banner nearly all gone ; mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead missing. Small fragments left of the banner would indicate that it was em 
blazoned with the arms of the United States. No record found. 

3. 4. Guidons, National, bunting, and mounted upon plain staffs. No inscription. 

COLORS OF THE NINETY-FIFTH INFANTRY. 

i. National color, silk; with silver band on staff, bearing the inscription, "95fli Regi 
ment, N. Y. S. V. Presented by the City of New York." 



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This color was sent to the regiment by the authorities of New York city, August i, 
1863. It was borne through the battles of Mine Run, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Laurel 
Hill, North Anna, Totopotomoy Creek, Bottom s Ridge, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor and 
Petersburg, when it became too dilapidated for further use. In the various fights in which 
it was borne six color bearers were shot. 

2. Silk flag, National, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead mis 
sing. Painted upon the staff, " 95th Regt. N. Y. Vols." 

3. Staff, with fragments of blue silk regimental banner; staff broken, spearhead and 
tassels gone. Painted upon staff, "95th Regt. N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE NINETY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, bunting. 

The color here presented was in service until the 23d of November, 1862. In pre 
senting new colors to the regiment at that time, Colonel Gray remarked, " That old color 
has passed through every conflict in which this regiment has participated; at Fair Oaks, 
Chickahominy Swamp, White Oak Swamp, Railroad Bridge, Bottom s Bridge, Long s Bridge, 
Tones Ford, Charles City Cross Roads, Harrison s Point." In the battle at Kinston Colonel 
Gray was killed, and this color accompanied his remains to his former home. 

2. Silk flag, National (staff furnished by the Adjutant-General). Flag in very bad 
condition. Received from the Secretary of War, under joint resolution of Congress, 
approved February 28, 1905. 

COLORS OF THE NINETY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk. Inscribed, " Colonel Wheelock, 9/th Conklin Rifles, N. Y." 
Accompanied by original staff (this flag was returned to Oneida county by an act of the 
Legislature, May 7, 1898). 

This color was presented to the regiment by the ladies of Boonville, March, 1862, and 
was carried in the battles of Cedar Mountain, Rappahannock Station, Thoroughfare Gap, 
second Bull Run, Chantilly, South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 
Gettysburg and Mine Run. 

2. Silk flag, National, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
tassels complete. The engagements in which the regiment were engaged painted upon the 
flag. No other inscription. 

3. Broken staff, with remnants of blue silk regimental banner attached, spearhead 
and top of staff gone. No inscription found. 

4. Blue silk regimental banner, in fair condition, mounted on original staff, trimmings 
complete. Arms and motto of the state upon each side with the inscription, " 97th Regiment 
Vet. Vols. N. Y. S." 

5. Blue silk guidon, unmounted and attached to other staffis. In the center of guidon 
worked in silk appears, "9/th N. Y. V. Presented by Albert H. Van Deusen, late Capt. 
Co. G, November sth, 1900." 

COLORS OF THE NINETY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; worn. Bears the name of the regiment in gilt letters. 

This color was presented to the regiment at Albany, in 1861, on its departure for the 
seat of war, and was carried by the regiment during the first two years of its service. 

2. Silk flag, National, mounted and in fair condition, spearhead and tassels gone. In 
scription, "98th Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

3. Silk flag, National, in very poor condition, mounted upon an old staff without spear 
head or ornament of any kind. No inscription. 

4. 5. 6. Guidons, National, bunting and mounted upon original staff. No inscription. 



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COLORS OF THE NINETY-NINTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
gone. Engraved plate on staff with the inscription, " presented to New York Coast Guard, 
by J. S. Hyde in behalf of the Citizens of New York July, 1861." 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in very bad condition, mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead broken. Battles in which the regiment were engaged painted upon banner. En 
graved plate upon staff inscribed, " presented to the QQth New York Vols., by the City of 
New York, 1863." 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, very much tattered; mounted; spearhead gone. No 
inscription found. 

4. 5. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs, spearheads gone, guidons very 
much worn. No inscription found. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRETH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in very fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spear 
head and trimmings complete. Inscription, " looth Regiment New York Vols." It also has 
the engagements painted upon the flag. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead complete. No inscription. 

3. 4. Bunting guidons, National, mounted upon original staffs; plain, without trim 
mings. No inscription. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FIRST INFANTRY. 

I. National color, silk; with original staff. 

This color was presented to the regiment by the Union Defense Committee of New 
York city. It was borne in the battles of Seven Pines (May 3ist and June 1st), Peach 
Orchard, Savage Station, Chickahominy Swamp, White Oak Swamp, Charles City Cross 
Roads, Malvern Hill, Groveton, second Bull Run, Chantilly and Fredericksburg. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SECOND INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk. Inscribed in gilt, " iO2nd Regiment, N. Y. S. V." " Cedar 
Mountain, the Rappahannock, White Sulphur Springs, Antietam." Original staff, with 
plate inscribed, " Presented by the friends of Colonel W. B. Hayward, in the employ of 
Stone, Stark & Co." 

2. Staff, with fragments of blue silk regimental banner attached; spearhead complete. 
Staff appears to be the original. 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, in very poor condition, mounted upon original staff. 
Emblazoned upon one side of the banner is the arms of the state and upon the other side 
the arms of the city of New York with the inscription, " lO2nd Regiment N. Y. Vols., 
presented by the City of New York." 

4. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff and in good condition, 
spearhead and tassels complete. Upon one side of banner appears the arms of the state 
and upon the other side the arms of the city of New York. Inscription, " io2nd Regi 
ment New York Vols." 

5. 6. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs, spearheads and trimmings com 
plete. Inscription, " I02nd Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRD INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, silk; one-third gone; shield in center, surmounted by eagle, over 
which, in scroll, " iO3rd Regiment, N. Y. S. V.;" under shield, "Excelsior" in scroll; in 
upper corner, near the staff, are the words, " Presented by William H. Seward, March i, 
1862;" the whole embroidered. 

2. National color, silk; worn; union rent in several places, portion of middle gone. In 
scribed, " I03rd Regt., N. Y. S. V." 



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These colors were presented to the regiment by Hon. William H. Seward. They 
were carried by the regiment on the expedition under General Burnside to North Carolina ; 
from thence, on transfer, to the Army of the Potomac, were under General McClellan at 
South Mountain, Sharpsburg and Antietam, and in the terrible charge on Stone Bridge. 
They were in the engagement under General Burnside at Fredericksburg ; under General 
Hooker at Chancellorsville; under General Meade at Gettysburg; under General Gilmore 
in the capture of Fort Wagner and Battery Gregg; under General Sheridan in Shenandoah 
Valley ; and under General Butler at Bermuda Hundred. 

3. Blue silk guidon, very badly worn. This guidon was received from the Secretary 
of War, under joint resolution of Congress, February 28, 1905. This guidon was captured 
by William W. Athey, Lieutenant, Company " G," i/th Regiment Virginia Infantry, at the 
battle of Sharpsburg, Md., September 17, 1862. Afterward recaptured. 

4. 5. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs. Inscription, " I03rd Regt. N. 
Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTH INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, blue silk; embroidered with " Wadsworth Guard, N. Y. S. V.," 
and state arms and motto ; on ferule, " Presented to the iO4th Regiment, N. Y. S. V., 
Wadsworth Guard, by General James S. Wadsworth, April, 1862." Original staff. 

This color was carried through the actions of Cedar Mountain, Rappahannock Station, 
Thoroughfare Gap, second Bull Run, South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancel 
lorsville and Gettysburg. One of its bearers was severely wounded at South Mountain, 
and another at Antietam. At Gettysburg, seven of the sergeants and color guard were 
killed and wounded, and the color barely saved by great vigilance, the National color (its 
companion) having been torn from its staff and stamped in the ground to conceal it from 
the enemy s notice. 

2. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff and in fair condition, spearhead 
and tassels complete. Inscription, " I04th Regiment N. Y. Vols." It has also painted upon 
it the engagements of the regiment. 

3. Silk flag, National, in good condition (staff furnished by the Adjutant-General). 
Inscription on flag, " Wadsworth Guard s, iO4th Regiment New York Vols." This flag 
was received from Washington, D. C., and placed in the Bureau, November 18, 1898. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH INFANTRY. 

i. National color, silk; on one side of field arms of United States painted. Inscribed, 
" losth Regt., N. Y. S. V.," and " Justice shall triumph," in embroidery. " Cedar Moun 
tain, Aug. gth, 1862." " Rappahannock Station, August 23rd, 1862," " Thoroughfare Gap, Aug. 
28th, 1862," and "Bull Run, Aug. 3Oth, 1862;" " Chantilly, Sept. ist, 1862," "South Moun 
tain, Sept. I4th, 1862," " Antietam, Sept. I7th, 1862," " Fredericksburg, Dec. I3th, 1862," 
painted. 

Seven color bearers were killed or wounded while carrying it. It is marked by thirty- 
four bullets and a piece of shell, and its staff was cut in two by a ball. It was presented 
to the regiment by the ladies of LeRoy, Genesee county. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
gone. No inscription found. 

2. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
broken. No inscription. 

3. Silk flag, National, in fair condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
trimmings gone. No inscription. 

4. Silk flag, National, in very poor condition, spearhead missing. The staff does not 
look to be the original. 



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5. Staff, with remnants of blue silk regimental banner attached, spearhead gone. 

6. Staff, with remnants of blue silk regimental banner attached, spearhead and trim 
mings gone. 

7. Blue silk regimental banner, unmounted. Arms of the State of New York and battles 
in which the regiment participated worked in silk upon the banner. No other inscription 
found. 

8. 9. Silk guidons, National, mounted upon short staffs. No inscription. 

10. ii. Silk guidons, National, mounted upon short staffs. Inscription, " io6th New 
York State Vols.," worked in silk. 

12. 13. Silk guidons, National, mounted upon original staffs, spearheads missing. No 
inscription. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; in tatters; original staff broken. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk; in tatters; originally painted with arms and motto of 
United States, and number of regiment. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, blue silk; very little left; originally painted with arms and motto 
of United States and number of regiment ; top of staff broken and part of it gone. 

This was the first color which the regiment carried. It was received by the regiment 
from General Arthur, Quartermaster-General, while on its way to Washington, August 21, 
1862. At the battle of Antietam it was pierced by sixty-nine bullets, and its center was 
rent in twain by a shell. 

2. National color, silk ; almost entirely destroyed ; staff broken and held by splints. 

3. Regimental color, blue silk, double ; on one side arms of United States and " io8th 
N. Y. V., Monroe Co., N. Y. ;" on the other, arms of the State of New York, and " Pre 
sented by the Ladies of Brighton, Monroe Co., N. Y. " In God we trust." Staff broken 
by bullets. Received by the regiment at Harper s Ferry, October, 1862. 

4. National color, silk; nearly new; with staff. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND NINTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
complete. No inscription. 

2. Staff, with remnants of blue silk regimental banner; small plate on staff with the 
inscription, " logth Regiment New York State Vols." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND TENTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, mounted, spearhead broken ; streamers attached to staff giving the 
engagements. Painted upon colors the inscription, " Third Oswego Regiment." 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in bad condition, mounted; eagle upon staff broken. 
Inscription, " no Regiment New York Vols." 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spear 
head and trimmings complete. Inscription, " no New York Vols." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND ELEVENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk; emblazoned with arms and motto of United States; 
original staff. 

3. 4. Guidons, silk. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWELFTH INFANTRY. 

I. Regimental color, blue silk; almost entirely destroyed; staff broken and top gone; 
originally painted with arms of the State of New York and motto, and number of regiment. 



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This color was presented to the regiment at Suffolk, Va., in the name of the ladies of 
Chautauqua county, and was carried by the regiment until the fall of 1864, when, having 
become badly worn, it was returned to its donors. 

2. Silk flag, National, in good condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
and tassels complete. Painted upon the staff, " H2th Regt. N. Y. Vols." 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spear 
head and trimmings complete. Emblazoned upon the banner is the arms and motto of the 
United States with the inscription, " ii2th Regt. N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTEENTH INFANTRY. 

i. Regimental color, silk; with name of regiment (ii3th Regiment, N. Y. S. V.), and 
the United States arms and motto painted on each side. 

This color was one of the five prize colors presented by Governor Morgan to different 
regiments in 1862, and was placed in the hands of the regiment August 2Oth of that 
year. It was never used in the field. 

This regiment was afterwad changed to the 7th Artillery the colors becoming 
those of the 7th Artillery. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTEENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk ; a large portion gone ; was inscribed with names of battles of 
which only " Bisland, April," and " Port Hudson, May 24th and 27th," remain ; original 
staff. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk, in good condition; arms of the State of New York and 
number of regiment painted; original staff. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; no staff; much worn and tattered; three-fifths gone; lower 
third of union wanting; lower half and end of stripes gone. 

2. Regimental color, silk; no staff; rent in center; torn from side to side; eagle and 
shield in center with National motto in scroll beneath, and thirty-four stars in field above. 
It bears the inscription, " usth N. Y. Vol. Regiment, Infantry," in scroll. 

The National color (No. i) was presented to the regiment by the ladies of the fif 
teenth Senatorial District, August 20, 1862. The regimental color (No. 2) was presented 
by the state authorities while the regiment was organizing at Camp Fonda, Montgomery 
county. 

3. Regimental color, blue silk, in good condition; arms of United States and number of 
regiment painted ; original staff. 

4. National color, silk; new. Inscribed with names of battles; original staff. 

5. 6. Guidons, bunting; with staffs. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTEENTH INFANTRY. 

i. Silk flag, National, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. This is a double color, one side being the National color and the 
other a blue field with the engagements in which the regiment participated. From the top 
of staff is attached a streamer with the lettering " Cedar Creek." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTEENTH INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, blue silk; nearly all gone but fringe; original staff broken. 

2. National color, silk ; all gone but fringe ; original staff. 

3. Regimental color, blue silk ; new ; emblazoned with arms and motto of United States ; 
original staff. 

4. 5. Guidons, silk. 

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COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTEENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; only a fragment left; original staff; spearhead gone. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk; only a fragment remaining; original staff. 

3. National color, silk. Inscribed in gilt, " n8th Regt. N. Y. Vols.," and "Suffolk," 
" South Anna," " Cold Harbor," " Fort Harrison," " Bermuda," " Swift Creek," " Peters 
burg," " Fair Oaks," " Drury s Bluff," " Crater," " Richmond." 

The National (i) and the regimental were with the regiment during its entire term 
of service. The new National (3) was received under orders issued by General Butler, 
with its inscriptions. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND NINETEENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; very little remaining; original staff broken. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk; only a small portion remaining; originally painted with 
arms of the city of New York, number of regiment, etc. ; original staff. 

3. National color, silk; new. Inscribed, " ngth Regt. N. Y. S. V." 

4. 5. Guidons, blue silk; new. Inscribed, " N. Y. S. V., npth Regiment." 

6. National color, silk; new. Inscribed, " iigth Regt., N. Y. S. V.," and with the 
names of the following battles: "Gettysburg, Wahatchie, Missionary Ridge, relief of 
Knoxville, Rocky Faced Ridge, Resaca, Dallas, Pine Hill, Kolb s Farm, Kenesaw, 
Peach Tree Creek, Atlanta, Savannah, Charleston, Columbia, Bentonville." Presented 
by the city of New York. 

7. Regimental color, blue silk; new, arms of the State of New York on one side, and of 
the city of New York on the other. Presented by the city of New York. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTIETH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; with staff. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in very bad condition and mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead and tassels gone. 

Banner emblazoned with the arms and motto of the United States. Inscription, " I20th 
Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition, mounted upon broken staff. The engage 
ments in which the regiment participated painted upon flag. 

2. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
complete. No inscription. 

3. 4. Silk guidons, National, mounted upon original staffs, one spearhead gone. No 
inscription. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SECOND INFANTRY. 

I. Silk flag, National, in bad condition and mounted, spearhead gone. Inscription, 
" Presented to the I22nd Regiment N. Y. Vols., by the Citizens of Syracuse." Engage 
ments also upon flag; staff broken. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-THIRD INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; end and top ragged; lower and outside upper corner gone and 
also about one-eighth of color farthest from staff. Inscribed in needlework, " I23rd Regt., 
N. Y. V." Original staff, spearhead gone. 

This color was presented to the regiment, by the ladies of Washington county, before 
leaving for the field in September, 1862. It was used by the regiment until February, 1865. 

2. National color, silk ; original staff. 

3. National garrison color, bunting; used by the regiment while on garrison duty. 



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COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 

i. Regimental color, blue silk; with arms and motto of United States, and number of 
regiment ; original staff, etc. 

The first color bearer of the regiment was Thomas Foley, who was killed at the battle 
of Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863. The second was Hiram Ketchum, who took the colors 
after Foley s death, and was wounded in the same battle. The third was William H. 
Hazen, who carried the colors until June 7, 1863. The fourth was Samuel McQuoid, 
wounded at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863. The following color-corporals were killed or wounded : 
W. L. Fairchild, killed at Chancellorsville ; Andrew Armstrong, wounded at Gettysburg ; 
James P. Moulton, wounded in the Wilderness ; Austin Lamoreux, wounded June 18, 1864, 
and again in the assault on Petersburg, and died of his wounds; John Acker, who took 
the colors on the morning of the i8th of June, and was shot through the head in the 
afternoon of the same day; Archibald Freeman, wounded May I2th, having previously 
captured the colors of the i7th Louisiana ; and John Scott, killed at Gettysburg. 

2. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff and very much worn, spearhead and 
tassels complete; needlework upon flag, " I24th Regiment N. Y. Vols." Plate on staff, 
" From the Ladies of Orange." 

3. 4. Silk guidons, National, mounted upon short staffs, one spearhead gone. Inscrip 
tion in needlework, " I24th N. Y. S. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIFTH INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, blue silk; arms and motto of United States; original staff. 

2. National color, silk ; original staff. 

The first set of colors received by this regiment upon their departure for the seat of 
war, August 30, 1862, were destroyed at Harpers Ferry, Va., to prevent their falling into 
the hands of General Stonewall Jackson. The entire garrison at that place was sur 
rendered by General Miles to General Stonewall Jackson. The second set of colors 
were received at Centerville, Va., in the winter of 1862 from the government and was 
borne throughout the engagements of the 2d Corps of the Army of the Potomac from 
the battle of Gettysburg to the surrender of General Lee at Appomatox, Va. The regi 
ment lost five color bearers by death, three disabled from wounds were discharged, be 
side several other casualties in the color guard. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, blue silk; in good condition; arms and motto of United States 
and number of regiment ; original staff, etc. 

2. National color, silk; faded. Inscribed, "Gettysburg, Bristow Station, Mine Run, 
Wilderness, Po River, Spotsylvania, North Anna, Totopotomoy, Cold Harbor, Peters 
burg, Strawberry Plains, Deep-Bottom, Reams Station," and " i26th Regiment, N. Y. 
S. V." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, silk; name of regiment painted on; only a portion remaining; 
staff gone. 

2. Silk flag, National, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
tassels complete. No inscription. 

3. 4. Guidons, bunting, National, mounted upon original staffs and in fair condition. 
Xo inscription. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-NINTH INFANTRY. 

I. Regimental color, blue silk ; arms and motto of United States, and number of regi 
ment ; staff gone ; belt accompanying. 



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COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTIETH INFANTRY. 

I. Regimental color, blue silk. Painted with arms of the United States and motto, and 
also number of regiment (i3Oth Regt. N. Y. S. V.) ; original staff. 

This regiment was afterward changed to the ist Dragoons and the colors are desig 
nated as ist Dragoons. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; almost entirely destroyed; original staff gone. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk; arms and motto of United States; " I3ist N. Y. Vol. 
Regiment, Infantry," in scroll below. 

3. Regimental color, red silk ; embroidered with arms of State of New York ; " Deus 
Justus," in scroll; " ist Regt. Metropolitan Guard" and "Excelsior" on and over es 
cutcheon; in scroll below, "As our fathers for us, 1776-1862, we for our children." 

4. 5. Guidons, silk; embroidered with " I3ist Regt., N. Y. V." 

The National (i) and regimental (2) were received from the general government. The 
regimental color (3) and the guidons (4 and 5) were presented by citizens of New York, 
through Horace H. Day, Esq., at Annapolis, Md. 

6. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and tassels gone. Flag 
nearly all worn out. 

7. Silk flag, National, in very good condition and mounted upon original staff, spear 
head and tassels complete. Inscription, " I3ist Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

8. Blue silk regimental banner, in very bad condition and mounted upon original staff ; 
emblazoned with the arms and motto of the United States. Inscription, " 13 ist Regt. N. 
Y. Vols." 

9. Blue silk regimental banner, in good condition and mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead and tassels complete. Upon one side of banner appears the arms and motto of 
the state, and upon the other side appears the arms of the city of New York. Inscrip 
tion, " I3ist Regiment New York Vols., presented by the City of New York." 

10. II. Guidons, National, mounted upon original staffs and in fair condition, one 
spearhead complete, the other broken. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SECOND INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, blue silk. Painted with arms of the city of New York, " I32nd 
Regiment, N. Y. V. Infantry," and " Presented by the City of New York ;" original staff. 

2. National color, silk. Inscribed, "Jackson s Mill, N. C., June 2ist and 22nd, 1864;" 
"Bachelor s Creek, N. C., February ist, 1864;" "Southwest Creek, N. C., December 11, 
1864;" "Kinston, N. C., March 8th, gth and loth, 1865;" original staff. 

3. 4. Guidons, bunting. 

The regimental color was received by the regiment while at Bachelor s Creek in May, 
1863. The National and guide colors were drawn from the Quartermaster-General at 
Washington, D. C., October 2, 1862. The lettering (black) on the National color was 
placed there in the field by a private soldier of the regiment, who cut the letters from black 
cloth and sewed them on. 

5. Blue silk regimental banner, very much worn, mounted upon original staff, spear 
head broken and part gone. Emblazoned upon the banner is the arms and motto of the 
United States. Inscription, " I32nd Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

6. Blue silk regimental banner, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, spear 
head and tassels complete. Upon one side is the arms and motto of the state, and upon 
the other side the arms and motto of the city of New York. Inscription, " i32nd Regt. 
N. Y. Vols., presented by the City of New York." 

7. 8. Blue silk guidons, in very good condition and mounted, original staffs, spear 
heads complete. Inscription, " 132 Regiment N. Y. Vols." 



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COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-THIRD INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, blue silk; originally embroidered with eagle and flag of United 
States ; " Union," " Constitution," in scroll, and " I33rd Regiment, N. Y. V.," to which 
has since been added, " Port Hudson, May 27, June 14, 1863;" " Bisland, April 12, 13, 1863;" 
" Mansura, May 16, 1864;" original staff, etc. 

2. National color, silk. Inscribed with number of regiment and also with the names of 
battles ; original staff, etc. 

3. Regimental color, blue silk; new. Emblazoned with arms of city of New York; 
" I33rd Regiment N. Y. V.," and "presented by the City of New York." 

4. National color, silk ; only a small portion remaining. 

5. Regimental color, blue silk; only a small portion remaining. 

The regimental color (No. i) and the National color (No. 2) were presented to the 
regiment by Captain Mount of the Metropolitan Police, in behalf of citizens of New York 
city, September, 1862, at Camp Arthur, Staten Island. They were carried in the battles 
of Bisland, La., April 12, 13, 1863; Port Hudson, May 23 to July 8, 1863 (including two 
grand assaults, May 27 and June 14) ; skirmishes at Vermilion Bayou, La., and Carrion 
Crow Bayou, La. ; battle at Mansura Plains, La. ; skirmish at Snicker s Ford, Va., July, 
1864, and battle of Cedar Creek, Va., October 19, 1864. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, blue silk; arms and motto of United States, and number of regi 
ment ; original staff. 

2. National color, silk ; original staff. 

3. 4. 5. Silk guidons, National, mounted upon original staff. Inscription worked in 
silk, " I34th N. Y. V." Spearhead gone. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FIFTH INFANTRY. 

i. Regimental color, blue silk. Emblazoned with arms of United States and motto, and 
" I35th N. Y. Vol. Regiment, Infantry." 

The color presented was received from the general government, and was carried by 
the regiment during its service as infantry. 

This regiment was afterward designated as the 6th Artillery and the colors are marked 
as of that regiment. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; worn, with staff. 

2. National color, silk ; new. Inscribed, " Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Lookout Moun 
tain, Chattanooga, Missionary Ridge, Knoxville, Buzzard s Roost Gap, Resaca, Cassville, 
Dallas, Gilgal Church, Kolb s Farm, Kenesaw Mountain, Peach Tree Creek, Turner s 
Ferry, Atlanta, Milledgeville, Savannah, Charleston, Averasborough, Bentonville, Golds- 
boro, Raleigh." 

3. 4. Guidons, silk; with staffs. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; much worn; with staff. 

2. Staff, with fragments of a blue silk banner attached; top of staff broken and part 
gone; a part of the arms of the United States remaining on banner. No inscription found. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-NINTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; with staff. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk; arms and motto of United States and number of regi 
ment ; staff, etc. 

3. 4. Guidons, silk; "139" in center. 

5. National color, silk ; mounted on broken staff, spearhead gone. No inscription found. 



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COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTIETH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; almost entirely destroyed; with staff. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk ; on one side " God help the Right," arms and motto of 
the United States, and " i4Oth Regt., N. Y. S. V. ;" on the other, " Presented by 34 Young 
Ladies of Rochester, N. Y., to the Monroe County Regiment," and arms and motto of the 
State of New York; original staff, etc. 

3. Regimental color, blue silk; arms and motto of United States and number of regi 
ment; original staff. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

I. National color, silk; with staff. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-THIRD INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, silk; embroidered on both sides with the state motto and mili 
tary arms, and the words " Sullivan County," also, the words, " Presented by the citizens 
of Sullivan County, October, 1862;" original staff, and belt of color bearer. 

2. National color, silk; worn. Inscribed as follows: " Nansemond, May 30, 1863; 
Lookout Valley, Oct. 28 and 29, 1863; Chattanooga, Nov. 23, 24, 25, 1863; Relief of Knox- 
ville, November 29 to December 16, 1863." 

3. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff and very much worn, spearhead 
and tassels complete. No inscription found other than that painted on staff, " M3rd N. Y. 
Vols." 

4. Staff, with fragments of blue silk regimental banner attached ; spearhead complete. 
This has the appearance of the government regimental banners. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 

1. Staff, with fragments of National color attached to staff; spearhead broken; en 
graved band upon staff with the inscription, " Presented by the Ladies of Delaware 
County to the I44th New York State Vols., Sept. 1862." 

2. Silk flag, National, mounted and in fine condition, eagle upon staff broken. En 
graved band upon staff with the inscription, " Presented by the Ladies of Delaware County 
to the I44th Regiment New York Vols. June 1865." 

3. Flag, bunting, mounted upon an old staff. No inscription. 

4. Staff, with fragments of a silk embfoidered state flag attached ; engraved upon a 
band upon staff. " Presented by he Ladies of Delaware County to the I44th New York 
Vols. Sep. 1862." 

5. 6. Silk guidons, National, mounted upon short staffs, one spearhead gone. No in 
scription. 

7. 8. Silk guidons, National, mounted upon original staffs, spearheads gone. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIFTH INFANTRY. 

1. Staff, with fragments of state or National flag attached; spearhead gone. No in 
scription. 

2. Staff, with part of a blue silk regimental banner attached ; spearhead gone. No 
inscription. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, blue silk. Painted with arms of United States and motto, and 
inscribed, " Halleck Infantry," " I46th N. Y. Vol. Regiment Infantry;" original spear and 
cord and tassels ; staff gone. 

This color was carried by the regiment in the campaigns of 1862-3. 

2. Silk flag. National, mounted upon original staff; spearhead and tassels gone; the 
flag is very much worn. No inscription found. 

3. 4. National guidons, bunting; mounted upon original staffs and in fair condition. 



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COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; original staff. 

2. 3. Guidons, silk; staffs gone. 

These colors were carried in the following actions, viz. : Wilderness, Spotsylvania, 
Cold Harbor, Petersburg, Peeble s Farm, Hatcher s Run, Dabney s Mills, Gravelly Run, 
Laurel Hill, North Anna, Bottom s Bridge, Weldon Railroad, Chapel House, Bellfield, Five 
Forks and Lee s Surrender. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

I. Regimental color, silk ; outside end of flag ragged and fringe gone ; staff broken 
near spearhead ; eagle with National motto in scroll ; stars in field over the eagle. In 
scribed, " I48th N. Y. Vol. Regiment Infantry," in scroll beneath. No history accompanying. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTIETH INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, blue silk; arms and motto of United States, and " isoth N. Y. 
Vol. Regiment Infantry;" original staff. 

2. National color, silk; in tatters; original staff; spear gone. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, with United States arms and motto painted upon each side. 

2. National color, silk ; four-fifths gone. 

These colors were received by the regiment from the state about the ist of October, 
1862. They were borne in the following engagements, viz. : Wapping Heights, McLane s 
Ford, Kelly s Ford, Locust Grove and Mine Run. At Locust Grove the color bearer, 
Sergeant H. E. Earl, Jr., was wounded three times. 

3. National color, silk ; with staff. 

4. 5. Guidons. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SECOND INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition, spearhead gone; staff broken and has 
the appearance of being the original. No inscription found. 

2. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition, mounted upon original staff,, spearhead 
gone. No inscription. 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, in very bad condition and mounted upon original 
staff; staff broken, spearhead attached to broken piece of staff. No inscription. 

4. 5. Blue silk guidons; white clover leaf in center, with " I52nd N. Y. Vols." above. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-THIRD INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, blue silk; with arms and motto of the United States, and " I53rd 
N. Y. Vol. Regiment Infantry." 

2. 3. Guidons, white silk; "153" in center; without staffs. 

The guidons were presented to the regiment by Mrs. Joseph Strain, Albany, N. Y., in 
November, 1862. They were carried on the Red River expedition, and were in the battles 
and skirmishes at Sabine Cross Roads, Pleasant Hill, Marksville, Cane River Crossing and 
Alexandria, La. 

4. Silk flag, National, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
complete. Upon the flag is inscribed the battles in which the regiment were engaged. 

5. Blue silk regimental banner, in very good condition and mounted upon original 
staff, trimmings complete. The arms and motto of the state emblazoned upon the banner 
and the inscription, " I53rd Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

6. 7. Small silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs ; in center of guidon is painted, 
" i45th." 

8. 9. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon short staffs and in very good condition ; the 
center of guidons are red silk with the figures " 153 " and in each corner of guidon ap 
pears the badge of the ipth Corps. 



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COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in fine condition; eagle upon top of staff broken. Inscription 
upon flag, " I54th New York State Vols." 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead complete; arms of the State of New York and battles participated in by the 
regiment on banner. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-FIFTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
gone. No inscription. 

2. Silk guidon, National, in very bad condition, mounted upon original staff, spear 
head gone. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; flag very much faded but otherwise in very good condition. 

2. National color. This color was furnished to the regiment by the state ; three-fifths 
of the color is gone; the union and the stars and stripes below the union remaining. It 
was gallantly borne in the engagements of Bisland and at Port Hudson, La. 

3. National color, in very poor condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
and tassels complete. No inscription. 

4. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and tassels gone. 
The emblazonment upon this banner and the lettering nicely executed in silk. It bears 
the arms of the State of New York and motto upon each side and the inscription, 
" Mountain Legion, is6th Regiment New York Vols." It has also the following engage 
ments : " Fort Bisland, April 12-13, 1863 ; Port Hudson, May 23 to July 8, 1863 ; Mansura, 
May 16, 1864; Opequon, Va., September 19, 1864; Fishers Hill, Va., September 22, 1864; 
Cedar Creek, Va., October 19, 1864." This banner was presented to the regiment to take 
the place of one which had become worn out in the service. Inscription on band on staff 
" Mountain Legion I56th Regiment N. Y. Vols. Presented by Thomas Cornell, Rondout, 
Ulster co. N. Y." 

5. Blue regimental banner ; much worn and tattered ; it is mounted upon original 
staff, spearhead and tassels gone. Banner is emblazoned with the arms of the state and 
above it appears " Ulster and Greene County is6th Regiment N. Y. Vols." Upon a plate 
attached to staff inscribed " From friends in Ulster Co." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in very poor condition and mounted upon staff, spearhead broken. 
No inscription. 

2. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff, in very good condition ; eagle upon 
staff and tassels complete. Inscription * I57th Regiment New York Vols.," and also the 
battles in which the regiment participated. 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff, in very poor condition, 
spearhead gone. This banner is emblazoned with the United States arms and motto. 
Inscription, " I57th Regiment New York Vols." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. Inscription upon flag, " I58th New York Vols." 

2. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
gone. No inscription. 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead and trimmings complete; arms of the state upon one side and that of the city 
of New York upon the other side. Inscription, " 158th Regt. N. Y. Vols., presented by 
the City of New York." 



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4. Blue silk regimental banner, in very bad condition, but little of it remaining; mounted, 
spearhead gone. No inscription. 

5. 6. 7. 8. Silk guidons, National, mounted upon original staffs, two spearheads gone. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-NINTH INFANTRY. 

i. Silk flag. National, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff. Inscription, 
" 159th New York State Vols.," also the engagements of the regiment. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in fair condition, mounted upon original staff. The arms 
of the United States emblazoned upon the banner. Inscription, " iSQth New York State 
Infantry." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTIETH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in poor condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
gone. Inscription, " i6oth New York State Vols.," also the engagements in which the 
regiment participated. 

2. Staff, with fragments of blue silk regimental banner; spearhead complete; attached 
to staff is a piece of white ribbon upon which is painted the battles of the regiment. No 
inscription. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

1. Staff, with fragments of National flag attached ; the staff shows bullet mark and is 
also shattered from shot and is evidently the original staff; spearhead missing. No 
inscription. 

2. Silk flag, National, in fair condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
tiimmings complete. No inscription. 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead complete ; arms of the United States upon banner. No inscription. 

4. Blue silk regimental banner, in bad condition, mounted and bears the arms of the 
United States ; spearhead missing. No inscription. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SECOND INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; union torn out by charge of grape. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk, in the center of which is painted the National coat of arms. 
These colors were presented to the regiment October 18, 1862. They were borne at 

Bisland and Port Hudson, La. At the latter place the union was torn from the National 
color by a charge of grape shot. In the Red River campaign, the colors were present in 
the following engagements, viz. : Sabine Cross Roads, Pleasant Hill (where Col. Lewis 
Benedict, commanding brigade, was killed) and Cane River Crossing. Four times have 
these colors been shot down in battle; two of their bearers have been killed and two 
wounded. 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted upon original staff and in fine condition, spear 
head and tassels gone. This banner is a beautiful piece of needlework, all of the em 
blazonment and inscription being done with a needle. At the top of the banner is a large 
eagle bearing a scroll upon which is "Deus Justus " and beneath is the arms of the State 
of New York. Upon the bottom of the banner upon a scroll, "As Our Fathers for Us. 
1776-1862. We for Our Children"; in the center above the state arms, "3rd Metropolitan 
Guard." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 

1. Staff, with fragments of National flag attached; spearhead gone. No record. 

2. Staff, with fragments of blue silk regimental banner; spearhead and trimmings com 
plete. No record. 

3. Staff, with fragments of blue silk guidon attached. 



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COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIFTH INFANTRY. 

1. National flag, silk; very much tattered and worn, spearhead gone. No inscription. 

2. Silk flag, National, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. Inscription on flag, " i65th Regiment New York Vols." 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, in bad condition and mounted, spearhead and tassels 
gone. Upon one side appears the arms of the United States and upon the other side 
the arms of the state. Inscription, " i65th New York Vols." 

4. Blue silk regimental banner, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead and trimmings complete. Upon one side appears the arms of the state and upon 
the other side the arms of the city of New York and the inscription, " i65th New York 
Vols., presented by the City of New York." 

5. Blue silk regimental banner, in good condition and mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead and trimmings complete. Upon one side is the arms of the state and upon the 
other side the arms of the city of New York and the inscription, " 165 Regiment New York 
Vols., presented by the City of New York." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; in good condition. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk; with arms and motto of United States, and " i68th 
N. Y. Vol. Regiment, Infantry." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-NINTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk. 

2. Regimental color, silk. 

These colors were presented to the regiment by the state in September, 1862. They 
are injured in every part. Each has at least 100 holes from bullets and shell, and the 
holes have now run into each other and appear like rents. The staff of the regimental 
color was so shattered by bullets as to be useless, and was replaced by a staff captured 
from the enemy near Petersburg at the time of the mine explosion. Ten different bearers 
have been killed or wounded while carrying these colors. They have been in the following 
engagements, viz. : Edenton Road, Carrsville, Blackwater Ford, Blackwater Bridge, Zuni, 
Nansemond or Providence Church, South Anna, siege of Forts Wagner and Gregg, Rantoul 
Bridge, Cedar Creek or King s Road, Walthall Junction, Chester Station, Drury s Bluff, 
Foster s Plantation (two), Cold Harbor, Petersburg (three), Dutch Gap, second Malvern 
Hill, and Chapin s Farm or Fort Harrison; also in several brisk skirmishes. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTIETH INFANTRY. 

i. Silk flag, National, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
missing. No inscription. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-THIRD INFANTRY. 

1. Staff, with fragments of National colors attached ; spearhead and tassels complete. 
No inscription. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, mounted and in fair condition, spearhead and trimming 
gone. Upon one side appears the arms of the state and upon the other side the arms of 
the city of New York. Inscription, " I73rd Regiment New York Vols., presented by the 
City of New York." 

3. Blue silk guidon, mounted and in very bad condition, spearhead missing. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 

i. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition, mounted, spearhead broken. Inscription 
upon flag, " I74th Regiment New York Vols." Upon an engraved plate attached to staff 
is inscribed, " Presented by the Grocers of New York City to the I74th Regiment New 
York Vols." 



IN THE STATE 139 



2. Blue silk regimental banner, in very bad condition, unmounted and attached to staff 
with National color. Upon each side of banner appear the arms of the United States, 
also the inscription, " I74th New York Vols." 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead gone. The arms of the State of New York and motto worked in silk upon 
each side of banner; also the inscription, " i/4th Regiment New York Vols." Upon an 
engraved plate attached to staff is inscribed, " Presented by the Grocers of New York City 
to the I74th Regiment New York Vols." 

4. Remnants of a blue silk banner, unmounted and attached to staff of No. 3. 

5. 6. Silk guidons, National, mounted upon short staff, one spearhead gone and one 
of the staffs broken. An inscription appears upon the guidon done in needle work, " i74th 
New York Vols." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-FIFTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition, mounted, spearhead broken and part gone. 
Inscription in needle work, " I75th Regiment New York Vols." 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in very bad condition, mounted, spearhead gone. The 
arms of the city of New York appear upon each side of banner. Inscription, " I75th 
Regiment New York Vols. Presented by the City of New York." 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, in very bad condition, spearhead gone. The arms of 
the United States upon each side of banner, and also the inscription, " I75th Regiment 
New York Vols." 

4. Blue silk regimental banner, in very bad condition, spearhead broken and part gone. 
The arms of the State of New York upon one side and upon the other the arms of the 
City of New York. Inscription, " I75th New York Vols., presented by the City of New 
York." 

5. 6. Blue silk guidons, in bad condition, mounted, spearheads complete. Inscription, 
" I75th Regiment N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk. 

2. Regimental color, silk. 

There is very little of the colors remaining. The staff of the regimental color was 
lost at Cedar Creek, Va., where the color bearer, Sergeant Albert Gherkin, was killed, 
A portion of the color was saved by the members of the color guard, and both colors 
placed upon one staff. They were carried by the regiment, during the Red River cam 
paign, in the spring of 1864; in General Sheridan s campaign in the Shenandoah Valley, Va., 
in the summer and fall of the same year, and during the service of the regiment in 
Georgia and North Carolina in the winter and spring of 1865. They were under fire at 
Mansura, La., May 16, 1864, at Opequon, Va., September 19, 1864, at Fisher s Hill, Va., 
September 22, 1864, and at Cedar Creek, October 19, 1864. At Opequon, Va., three of the 
color guard were wounded ; at Fisher s Hill one was killed, and at Cedar Creek the 
bearer of the regimental color was killed, and one of the guard wounded. 

3. Silk flag, National, in very good condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
broken. Inscription, " I76th Regiment New York Vols." 

4. Blue silk regimental banner, in good condition, mounted upon original staff, spear 
head and tassels complete. Upon one side of banner appears the arms of the state and 
upon the other side the arms of the city of New York. Inscription, " I76th Regiment 
New York Vols., presented by the City of New York." 

5. 6. Blue silk guidons, mounted upon original staffs, spearheads complete. Inscrip 
tion, " I76th New York Vols." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

i. National color, silk; torn; original staff in part. Presented to the regiment at 
Bonne Carre, La., by Mrs. Edward H. Merrihew, of Albany, N. Y. 



140 IN THE STATE 



2. Regimental color, blue silk. Painted with arms of United States and motto, and 
number of regiment. 

3. Silk flag, National, mounted upon original staff, flag in fair condition. Inscription, 
" Port Hudson " with the several dates of engagements. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in bad condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead gone. 
Upon the staff is an engraved plate with the inscription, " lySth Regiment New York Vols. 
Commanded by Lt. Colonel John B. Gandolfo." 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in very bad condition, mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead gone. Upon an engraved plate attached to staff is the following: " ijSth 
Regiment New York Vols. Lt. Colonel John B. Gandolfo Commanding." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-NINTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; nearly new. Inscribed, "Petersburg, June I7th and July 3Oth, 
1864; Weldon Railroad; Poplar Spring Church; Hatcher s Run; Petersburg, April ist 
and 2nd, 1865." 

2. Regimental color, blue silk; arms and motto of United States and number of 
regiment ; original staff. 

3. 4. Guidons. Inscribed, " i7Qth Regt., N. Y. Vols." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FOURTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in fine condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. No record. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead missing; arms of the State of New York upon banner, with the following 
inscription : " i84th Regiment New York Vols." 

3. 4. Guidons, National, bunting, and mounted upon original staffs. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-SIXTH INFANTRY. 

1. Regimental color, blue silk; arms and motto of United States, and number of regi 
ment ; original staff. 

2. National color, silk; original staff gone. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in very bad condition, mounted, spearhead and trimmings com 
plete. No inscription. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in very bad condition, mounted; eagle upon staff broken 
and part gone. Upon each side of banner is the arms of the State of New York and 
upon each side of shield is painted Revolutionary battle scenes. Inscription, " i87th Regi 
ment New York Vols." Upon the staff is an engraved plate with the inscription, " Pre 
sented to the i87th New York Vols. by the Supervisors of the County of New York." 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, in very bad condition and mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead and trimmings complete. Upon each side of banner appears the arms and motto 
of the United States. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in fair condition and mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
missing. No inscription. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in very bad condition and mounted upon original staff, 
spearhead gone. Emblazoned with the arms of the United States and the inscription, 
" i88th Regiment New York Vols." 



IN THE STATE 141 



COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-NINTH INFANTRY. 

1. National color, silk; faded; original staff. 

2. Regimental color, blue silk ; original staff. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY-FIRST INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in very poor condition, mounted upon original staff, trimmings 
complete. 

2. Silk flag, National, in very poor condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
and trimmings complete. No inscription. 

3. Blue silk regimental banner, in fair condition, mounted, spearhead and trimmings 
complete. The arms and motto of the United States upon each side with the inscription, 
" igist Regiment New York Vols." 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY-SECOND INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in bad condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in fair condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead 
gone. Upon each side appears the arms of the State of New York. 

COLORS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY-THIRD INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in fair condition, mounted upon original staff, spearhead and 
trimmings complete. No inscription found. 

2. Staff, with remnants of blue silk regimental banner attached ; spearhead and trim 
mings complete. No inscription. 

COLORS OF THE SECOND COMPANY SHARPSHOOTERS. 

i. Color, silk. Inscribed, " New York Sharpshooters." 

This color was presented to the company by John Clark, Esq., on behalf of the 
citizens of Albany. 

COLORS OF THE TWENTIETH U. S. COLORED INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in fair condition and mounted, no spearhead or trimmings. The 
only inscription is that upon staff, " 2Oth U. S. C. T." 

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Bunting guidons, National, mounted upon original staffs and in fair con 
dition. Marked upon staffs, "20th U. S. C. T." 

COLORS OF THE TWENTY-SIXTH U. S. COLORED INFANTRY. 

1. Silk flag, National, in very good condition and mounted upon original staff, spear 
head broken. Inscription in needle work, " 26th U. S. Colored Troops." 

2. Blue silk regimental banner, in fine condition and mounted upon original staff. In 
center of banner, in silk needle work, appears a wreath of oak leaves and in the center of 
wreath is the lettering " Colored Troops." Above the wreath and worked upon a scroll, 
" 26th Regiment." Below the wreath in needle work also, " GOD AND LIBERTY." 

FLAG OF THE "EXCELSIOR BRIGADE, N. Y. VOLS." 

This flag was presented by Augustus L. Revere, son of Brig.-Gen. Joseph Warren 
Revere, who commanded the brigade for a time. It was carried during the early Virginia 
campaigns in the War of the Rebellion. 



142 IN THE STATE 



THE WOMEN OF THE STATE. 

The successful prosecution of the war is due to the women of the loyal 
states as much as to the men, and this record would be incomplete, if it failed 
to chronicle the patriotism of the women of New York. Their faith cheered 
the soldier in the dark days of the war and presaged victory. Their prayers 
were with him in the camp, on the field of battle, and on the bed of pain and 
of death. The thought of the dear ones at home, mother, wife, sister, or the 
chosen one, was comfort in the hardships of the campaign, encouragement on 
the field of strife, and support in adversity. Next to the Supreme Ruler, 
women were the soldiers mainstay. The children and orphans of the latter 
became their wards; and their efforts and deeds were felt from early in April, 
1861, to the end of the struggle in the Giristian and Sanitary Commissions; 
in the thoughtful comforts sent to the field, and to the hospitals, where also 
the closing moments of many lives were robbed of their bitterness by their 
ministrations. They fought as great battles as the men, though on different 
fields ; yes greater ones. Willingly, though with pain and sorrow, they 
gave fathers, husbands, sons, brothers and lovers to the country. With 
staunch hearts they bore the ever-present anxiety for their treasures in peril, 
and gave them comfort with words and deeds. When the sacrifice of their 
offering was complete, they bore the loss and sorrow, though with broken 
hearts, as only women can, uncomplainingly, unselfishly, finding consolation 
in the knowledge of an eternal meeting and a restored country. All honor to 
their loyal and unflinching spirit; to the courage with which they bore their 
cross ; to the faith which upheld them in their darkest hour of trial. 



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Battles, Engagements, Actions, etc ........................... 145-282 

War losses ............................................... 282 

Died in service ........................................ 282, 283 

War Department statement of deaths .................. 283-285 

Statement of deaths, as claimed by State ............... 285 

Statement of deaths in Volunteers of State ............. 285-287 

Recapitulation of statements of deaths ................. 288 

Tables of losses by death in detail ..................... 289^307 

Deaths in Militia .............................. 289-291 

In State Volunteers ............................ 292-304 

Cavalry .................................. 292, 293 

Artillery ................................. 293-295 

Engineers ................................ 295 

Sharpshooters ............................. 295 

Infantry ................................. 295-303 

Recapitulation ............................ 304 

In the United States Volunteers ............. 305 

In the United States Veteran Volunteers ..... 305 

In the Veteran Reserve Corps ............... 305 

In the Colored Troops ..................... 35 

In the Regular Army ..................... 305 

In the Navy and Marine Corps .............. 305, 306 

Recapitulation of losses by deaths ................ 307 

Wounded in action ................................ 3 8 > 39 

Captured and reported missing ....................... 39 

Numbers of men among whom losses occurred .............. 3 IQ 

Losses compared with the number of men who served ........ 310, 311 

Deaths since the close of the War ........................ 3 I2 ~3 I 4 



MAPS OF 
SOUTHEASTERN PORTION OF THE 

UNITED STATES 

SHOWING 

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ALL BATTLES ARE SHOWN IN Gothic Type 



THE BATTLES IN WHICH NEW YORK REGIMENTS WERE 

ENGAGED ARE SHOWN IN RED, OTHER 

BATTLES ARE SHOWN IN BLUE 



ON THE TWO-PAGE MAP ONLY THE PRINCIPAL BATTLES ARE 
SHOWN IN THE VIRGINIA PORTION OUTLINED IN RED. THE 
SPECIAL ONE-PAGE MAP SHOWS ALL BATTLES IN THIS TERRITORY. 




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chronological list of engagements, etc., is taken almost entirely 
from official records ; from the official records of the war, pub- 
lished by the War Department ; from monthly returns, bi-monthly 
muster-rolls, and the muster-out-rolls of organizations; a few of 
the engagements were obtained through correspondence with 
officers. The constant aim has been to give correct dates ; an effort attended 
with more difficulties than would be imagined; official reports, in many in 
stances, disagreeing in this particular, and often giving dates not agreeing 
with other records. It will be noticed that frequently several designations 
are given to the same engagement; the one given first is the name under 
which it is more generally known. 

A decision of the War Department is to this effect : " Troops on the 
ground (battle-field), though not engaged, are entitled to be credited with the 
engagement." This rule has been followed, except in minor affairs, where 
adherence to it would make it preposterous. Engagements of any duration, 
as for instance, " Seven Days Battle, General Pope s Campaign, Port Hudson, 



wise than as stated above, but names of officers mentioned will be found in the index of names. 
IO 



146 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

Red River Campaign, Atlanta Campaign, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor," etc., 
have been subdivided into the more important actions of which they con 
sisted ; credit has been given for the general engagement to all on the ground, 
for the subordinate actions and affairs to those who, it could be ascertained, 
took active part therein. " Before Petersburg and Richmond," implies service 
before those cities, in and out of the trenches, and covers everything, except 
those important actions, which are reported separately. 

Tables of losses will be found of the more important engagements ; these 
are taken from the official records of the war. In these tables are also given 
the numbers and names of the brigades and divisions and numbers of the 
corps in which the organizations served, as they stood at the beginning of an 
action; where this rule has not been observed, a note after the designation 
of the engagement will explain the difference. Sometimes the losses of 
several engagements are united in one, this is also indicated by a note. The 
names of commanding officers of organizations are mostly from official 
records; those not from official records were obtained from survivors of the 
organizations ; in a few cases the successors of those killed or wounded could 
not be ascertained. 

The letters found after names, and other signs, indicate: The letter (c) 
that the officer commanded a brigade during the action, if even but for a 
short time; the letter (k) that he was killed; the letter (w) that he was 
wounded; the letter (m) that he was captured; the sign (*) that the loss, if 
any, has not been reported; (f) is a local sign, the explanation of which will 
be found at the end of the table in which it appears. 

1861. 

1. May i8th. Affair near Lighthouse at Smith s Point, Chesapeake Bay, Md. De 

tachment of Varian s Battery and one company of the I3th Regi 
ment, Militia, Lieut. John B. Woodward. 

2. May 24th. Advance of Union Army into Virginia from Washington, D. C., and 

occupation of Arlington Heights, Va. Militia: 5th Regiment, Col. 
C. Schwarzwalder; 7th Regiment, Col. Marshall Lefferts; i2th Regi 
ment, Col. Daniel Butterfield; 25th Regiment, Col. Michael K. 
Bryan; 28th Regiment, Col. Michael Bennett; 6oth Regiment, Col. 
Michael Corcoran, and the Engineer Company of the 84th Volun 
teers (i4th Militia). 

3. May 24th. Advance of Union Army into Virginia from Washington, D. C., and 

occupation of Alexandria, Va. nth Volunteers, Col. E. E. Ells 
worth, killed, and detachment of 7ist Regiment of Militia, under 
Lieut. Prendergast. 

4. May 28th. Skirmish near Hampton Court House, Va. Company H, 5th Volunteer 

Infantry, Lieut. Churchill J. Cambreleng. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1861. 

5. May 3ist-June 1st. Attack on Batteries on Aquia Creek, Va. Detachment 7ist 

Militia, under Lieut. Prendergast, on U. S. S. S. Anacosta. 

6. June ist. Skirmish at Arlington Mills, Va. Company F, nth Infantry, Capt. 

Wm. H. Burns. 

/. June 2d. Skirmish near Chain Bridge, in Virginia, near Washington, D. C. 
Detachment 28th Militia. 

8. June 8th. Skirmish near New Market Bridge, Va. Companies E and G, 2d In 

fantry, Capt. Geo. W. Willson. 

9. June roth. Action at Big Bethel, Va. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




o 




-o 




a 


o 
a 












;; 


^ C 


C 


&) 


c 


<u r 










- 




V 


In u 


E 


W <D 


D 


J-. <U 


Ej 








u 






"H ^ 


\B 


"u " 





p E 


M 








- 




C 


W 


c 


a 


C 


W 




1st Inf. . 


Troops from 






Col. William H. Allen 




2 




i 






3 


2d Inf. . . 
3d Inf. . . 


Fort Monroe 
and camp at 






Col. Joseph B. Carr 
Col. Frederick Townsend 




"? 




2 




1 

1 


3 
30 


6th Inf. . . 


Newport, Va., 










8 




13 






19 


7th Inf. . . 


comm an ded 






Col. John E. Bendix 




3 




7 




2 


12 




























eral E. W. 






Total 




13 




50 




4 


fi7 




Pierce. 








L. 









.- 














Total loss of Union forces engaged 


2 


16 




63 




5 


76 



10. June 27th. Attack on Matthias Point, Va. Detachment 7ist Militia, Lieut. 

Thomas B. Prendergast, aboard United States vessel of war, 

" Mount Vernon." 
n. June 29th. Skirmish at Baker Lee s, Va. Company I, 9th Infantry, Lieut. James 

Henry Fleming. 

12. July 4th. Skirmish at Harper s Ferry, Va. Companies A and G, 83d Infantry 

(9th Militia). 

13. July 5th. Skirmish at James River, near Newport News, Va. Company F, 9th 

Infantry, Capt. Hammill. 

14. July 7th. Skirmish at Great Falls, Va. 8th Infantry. 

15. July 8th. Skirmish near Bethel, Va. Company A, gth Infantry. 

16. July loth. Skirmish near Martinsburg, Va. Four companies igth Infantry (later 

3d Artillery), Col. Clark; Companies A and C, 28th Infantry, Capts. 
Cook and Mapes, respectively. 

17. July I2th. Skirmish near Baker Lee s Farm, Va. Detachment 7th Infantry. 

18. July I2th. Skirmish near Martinsburg, Va. I2th Militia. 

19. July I5th. Skirmish near Bunker Hill, Va. I2th Militia. 

20. July i6th. Skirmish on Braddock Road, Va. i8th Infantry. 

21. July I7th. Skirmish at, and occupation of, Fairfax Court House, Va. Artillery 

Company 8th Militia; nth, i6th, i8th, 3ist, 32d, 38th and 82d (2d 
Militia) Regiments of Infantry. 

22. July iSth. Action at Blackburn s Ford, Va. 69th Militia; I2th, I3th, i8th and 

79th Infantry. 

23. July 19th. Skirmish near New Market Bridge, Va. Detachment 99th Infantry 

(Coast Guard). 

24. July 20th. Skirmish at Blackburn s Ford, on Braddock Road, near Fairfax Court 

House, Va. 3ist and 32d Infantry. 

25. July 2ist. Battle of Bull Run, Va. (See table following.) 



148 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1861. 



ORGANI 
ZATIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


. 
fi 



^ 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


2d Battery 
8th Inf. . . 

llth Inf. . . 
12th Inf. . . 


1, Blenker. . . . 


5, Miles 


y 
-- 


Capt. Bookwood and men of 29th Inf. ; 
















1, Blenker. . . . 

2, Willcox 
4, Richardson . 


5, Miles 


Col. Louis Blenker (c), Lt.-Col. Julius 
Stahel 




9 




9 




7 
66 


11 

177 


3, Heintzelman 
1, Tyler 


Lt -Col Noah L Farnham 


1 


32 


1 


75 


2 


Col. Ezra L. Walrath 


13th Inf. . . 


3, Sherman. . . . 


1, Tyler 


e 


Col. Isaac F. Quinby 




11 




9,7 




20 


58 
1 


16th Inf. . . 
18th Inf. . . 


2, Davies 
2, Davies 


5, Miles 


1 
- 


Col. Thos. A. Davies (c), Lt.-Col. 






1 






5, Miles 


Col. Wm. A. Jackson 














27th Inf. . . 
29th Inf. . . 


1, Porter 
1, Blenker. . . . 


2, Hunter 
5 Miles . . 


u 

" 
? 

3 


Col. H. W. Slocum (w), Maj. Jos. J. 
Bartlett 


1 


25 

2 


2 
1 


42 
8 
1 




60 
35 
1 


130 
46 
2 




31st Inf . . . 


2, Davies 


5, Miles 


Col Calvin E. Pratt 




32d Inf. . . 
38th Inf. . . 
39th Inf . . 


2, Davies 


5, Miles 


Q 


Col. Roderick Matheson 












2, Willcox 
1 Blenker. 


3, Heintzelman 
5 Miles 


% 




d 


Col J H Hobart Ward . 




15 
o 


6 


49 
; 


2 


56 
54 

107 
24 

65 
9 

92 
11 
607 
1262 


128 
61 

198 
60 

142 

38 

192 
62 
1306 
2896 


Col Frederick G D Utasey 




79th Inf. . . 


3, Sherman. . . . 


1, Tyler 


Col. Jas. C. Cameron (k), Capt. H. A. 
Ellis (w) 


-2 
2 


30 
16 

23 

8 


7 
4 


44 
15 

44 
17 

59 
37 

425 
1046 


8 
5 

4 
4 

3 
1 

29 
60 


82d Inf. . . 
84th Inf. . . 

8th Militia. 
69th Mil... 

71st Mil... 


2, Schenck 
1, Porter 

1, Porter 


1, Tyler 
2, Hunter 

2, Hunter. . . 


Col. Geo. W. B. Tompkins (2d Militia) 
Col. A. M. Wood (w), Lt.-Col. E. B. 
Fowler (14th Militia) 


Col. George Lyons 


3, Sherman. . . . 
2, Burnside. . . 


I.Tyler 
2, Hunter 


a 
y. 



>l 

< 


Col. Michael Corcoran (m), Capt. Jas. 
Kelly 


1 


36 
10 
212 
444 


1 
3 
26 
78 


Col. Henry P. Martin, two howitzers 
with reg 


Total . 


7 

10 


Total loss of Union forces engage 



26. July 25th. Skirmish on scout near Bailey s Cross Roads, Va. 24th Infantry. 

27. July 25th. Skirmish on scout near Chain Bridge, Va. One company 33d 

Infantry. 

28. July 29th. Skirmish near Fall s Church, Va. 37th Infantry. 

29. July 3Oth. Skirmish Fletcher s Wharf, on the Pocomoco, Va. Companies A, C 

and F, roth Infantry, Capt. Winchester, and detachment 99th In 
fantry. 

30. July 3ist. Skirmish at Cherry Stone Inlet, Va. Companies A and C, loth In 

fantry, and detachment 99th Infantry. 

31. Aug. 2d. Skirmish at Munson s Hill, Va. 37th Infantry. 

32. Aug. 7th. Skirmish at Hampton, Va., Hampton Bridge. 1st Mounted Rifles 

and 20th Infantry. 

33. Aug. 8th. Skirmish at Lovettsville, Va. Detachments of Companies B, E, F, 

I9th, and Company D, of the 28th Infantry. 

34. Aug. I4th. Skirmish near Fall s Church, Va. Detachment 23d Infantry. 

35. Aug. I5th. Skirmish in Virginia opposite Point of Rocks, Md. Companies B and 

F, 28th Infantry, Capts. Bush and Fenn; Lt.-Col. Brown in 
command. 

36. Aug. i8th. Skirmish at Pohick Church, Va. Company C, ist Cavalry, Capt. 

Boyd. 

37. Aug. i8th. Skirmish near Munson s Hill, Va. 38th Infantry. 

38. Aug. 25th. Skirmish at Munson s Hill, Va. 32d Infantry. 

39. Aug. 26th. Skirmish at Blackburn s Ford, Va. 37th Infantry. 

40. Aug. 27th. Skirmishes near Ball s Cross Roads, Va., Upton s Hill, Hall s Hill, 

Munson s Hill, Major McNutt s farm. One company I2th Infantry; 
two companies 23d Infantry; 25th Infantry; detachments 35th In 
fantry; three companies 84th Infantry (i4th Militia). 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 149 



1861. 

41. Aug. 28th. Skirmish at Munson s Hill, Va. i8th Infantry. 

42. Aug. 28th. Skirmish at Bailey s Cross Roads, Va. 37th Infantry. 

43. Aug. 2Sth-29th. Action at, and capture of, Forts Clark and Hatteras, Hatteras 

Inlet, N. C. Companies C, G and H, gth Infantry; 20th Infantry; 
and detachment 99th Infantry. 

44. Aug. 3 1 st. Skirmish at Munson s Hill, Va. Two companies 23d Infantry. 

45. Sept. ist. Skirmish at Seneca Mills, Md. 34th Infantry. 

46. Sept. 3d. Skirmish at Mason s Island, Va. 42d Infantry. 

47. Sept. loth. Skirmish near Lewinsville, Va. 79th Infantry. 

48. Sept. nth. Action at Lewinsville, Va. 3d Battery; 65th Infantry, Lt.-Col. Alex. 

Shaler; 7Qth Infantry, Capt. Ireland. 

49. Sept. I4th. Skirmish at Ball s Cross Roads, Va. I4th, 23d and 25th Infantry. 

50. Sept. I5th. Skirmish at Pritchard s Mills, near Antietam Ford, Md. Detachment 

6th Battery. 

51. Sept. :6th. Skirmish in Virginia opposite Seneca Creek, Md. Detachment 34th 

Infantry. 

52. Sept. 1 6th. Skirmish at Beacon Island, N. C. Detachment 99th Infantry. 

53. Sept. I7th. Skirmish in Virginia opposite mouth of Seneca Creek, Md., Dranes- 

ville. Detachment 34th Infantry. 

54. Sept. 2ist. Skirmish at Pohick Church, Va. i6th Infantry. 

55. Sept. 24th. Skirmish at Point of Rocks, Md. Detachment 6th Battery. 

56. Sept. 25th. Skirmish near Lewinsville, Va., Ball s Cross Roads. 3d Battery; 33d 

Infantry; 79th Infantry, Capt. Morrison. 

57. Sept. 28th. Skirmish near Munson s and Mason s Hill, Va. 3ist and 32d Infantry. 

58. Oct. ist. Skirmish, and loss of U. S. Transport Fanny, near Chicamacomico or 

Loggerhead Inlet, N. C. Detachment Qth Infantry. 

59. Oct. 3d. Skirmish at Springfield Station, Va. 3ist Infantry. 

60. Oct. 4th. Skirmish at Pohick Church, Va. i6th, 26th and Company F, 27th 

Infantry. 

61. Oct. 5th. Skirmish at Upton s Hill, Va. 84th Infantry (i4th Militia). 

62. Oct. 8th. Skirmish at Fall s Church, Va. Detachment 24th Infantry, Capt. 

Barney. 

63. Oct. pth. Action at Santa Rosa Island, Fla. 6th Infantry. 

64. Oct. i2th. Skirmish at Bailey s Cross Roads, Va. 79th Infantry. 

65. Oct. I3th. Skirmish at Big Chestnuts, Va., Lewinsville. 33d and 49th Infantry. 

66. Oct. I4th. Skirmish at Widow Child s House, Va., Fall s Church. I4th Infantry. 

67. Oct. i6th. Action at Bolivar Heights, W. Va., Harper s Ferry, W. Va. Detach 

ment 6th Battery. 

68. Oct. 2ist. Engagement at Ball s Bluff, Va. Detachment 6th Battery and 42d 

Infantry, Col. Milton Cogswell. 

69. Oct. 2ist. Skirmish near Goose Creek, on Leesburg Road, Va. Detachment 3d 

Cavalry, Maj. Mix. 

70. Oct. 22d. Action on Goose Creek, Va., near Edwards Ferry, Md. Companies 

B, D and G, 3d Cavalry, Maj. Mix; 34th Infantry; 82d Infantry 
(2d Militia). 

71. Oct. 23d. Skirmish near Budd s Ferry, Md. 72d Infantry. 

72. Nov. 4th. Skirmish on scout near Baker Lee s, Va. Detachment 7th Infantry. 

73. Nov. 8th. Skirmish and occupation of the forts on Bay Point, S. C. 79th 

Infantry. 

74. Nov. 9th. Skirmish near Matthias Point, Va. 74th Infantry. 

75. Nov. nth. Skirmish at Sinclair s Farm, near New Market Bridge, Va. 2Oth 

Infantry. 



150 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

1861. 

76. Nov. I2th. Skirmish at Accotink Creek, Va., Occoquan Creek; Pohick Church. 

Companies B, E and G, ist Cavalry. 

77. Nov. I2th. Skirmish and descent on Matthias Point, Va. 74th Infantry, Col. 

Graham. 

78. Nov. i6th. Skirmish at Munson s Hill, Va. i8th Infantry. 

79. Nov. i6th. Capture of foraging party at Doolan s Farm, Va. Detachment 30th 

Infantry. 

80. Nov. i8th. Skirmish at Binn s Hill, Va., on road from Fall s Church to Fairfax 

Court House. Company H, 84th Infantry (nth Militia). 

81. Nov. 22d-23d. Bombardment of rebel lines about Pensacola, Fla. Companies G 

and I, 6th Infantry. 

82. Nov. 27th. Skirmish at Fairfax Court House, Va. Companies C and F, ist 

Cavalry, Capt. Boyd. 

83. Nov. 28th. Skirmish near Manassas, Va. 6ist Infantry. 

84. Dec. 2d. Skirmish at Annandale, Va. One battalion ist Cavalry, Maj. A. W. 

Adams; detachment 4th Cavalry, Lieut. W. R. Parnell; 32d and 
45th Infantry. 

85. Dec. 4th. Skirmish at Springfield Station, Va. i8th Infantry. 

86. Dec. 8th. Skirmish and occupation of Tybee Island, Ga. 46th Infantry. 

87. Dec. I2th. Skirmish at Ball s Cross Roads, Va. 25th Infantry. 

88. Dec. isth. Skirmish near Fall s Chuch, Va. ist Cavalry. 

89. Dec. 22d. Skirmish at Back River Creek, near New Market Bridge, Va. Two 

companies 20th Infantry, Maj. Schnepf. 

1862. 

90. Jan. ist. Engagement at Port Royal Ferry, Coosaw River, S. C. Detachment 

ist Engineers, 47th Infantry, Lt.-Col. James L. Fraser; 48th In 
fantry, Lt.-Col. W. B. Barton; 79th Infantry, Maj. Morrison and 
Capt. More. Col. James H. Perry, 48th Regiment, commanding. 

91. Jan. ist. Bombardment of Forts McRee and Barrancas, Pensacola Harbor, Fla. 

6th and 75th Infantry. 

92. Jan. 7th. Skirmish at Mason s Neck, Va. 37th Infantry. 

93. Jan. I7th. Skirmish on advance up James River, Va. 2d Infantry. 

94. Jan. 22d. Skirmish near New Market Bridge, Va. 20th Infantry. 

95. Jan. 28th. Attack on Commodore Tatnall s (confederate) flotilla, S. C. Two 

companies ist Engineers, 48th Infantry. 

96. Jan. 28th-2gth. Affair at Lee s House, on Belmont or Occoquan Bay, Va. De 

tachment ist Cavalry; detachment 37th Infantry, Lt.-Col. John 
Burke. 

97. Feb. 4th. Action between Battery Vulcan, on Venus Point, Jones Island, Savan 

nah River, S. C., and confederate gunboats. Detachments of the 
ist Engineers and 48th Infantry. 

98. Feb. 8th. Battle of Roanoke Island, N. C. Detachment Marine Artillery; gth 

Infantry, Maj. Kimball; 5 ist Infantry, Col. Ferrero; and Company 
B, 99th Infantry. 

99. Feb. loth. Action at Elizabeth City, N. C. Detachment Marine Artillery and 

Company B, 99th Infantry. 

100. Feb. I9th-20th. Skirmish at Winton, N. C. 9th Infantry. 

101. Feb. 2oth. Skirmish at Cape Hatteras Inlet, N. C. Companies C, G and H, 9th 

Infantry. 

102. Feb. 22d. Skirmish on expedition to Vienna and Flinthill, Va. 43d Infantry. 

103. Feb. 24th. Skirmish at Mason s Neck, Va.; Mason s Hill; Lewis Chapel, near 

Pohick Church; Occoquan. 37th Infantry. 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



105. 
1 06. 
107. 
1 08. 



March 
March 
March 
March 



1 10. 

III. 

112. 



March 
March 
March 
March 
March 



114. 

115. March I4th. 



1862. 

104. March ad. Advance guard skirmish in Virginia, opposite Williamsport, Md. 

Company B, 28th Infantry. 

7th. Skirmish near Winchester, Va. Detachment 3d Cavalry. 
7th. Skirmish at Hope Landing, Va. Detachment 4th Cavalry. 
8th. Skirmish at Manassas, Va. Company K, 2d Cavalry. 
8th. Naval engagement in Hampton Roads, Va., and under the fire of 
the " Virginia " (confederate), formerly the " Merrimac." Detach 
ment 1st Mounted Rifles; ist, 2d, 7th and nth Infantry; Company 
D, 9Qth Infantry on U. S. Frigate " Congress." 
109. March 9th. Skirmish at Sangster s or Burke s Station, Va. Detachments of 

Companies A and H, ist Cavalry, Lieui Hidden, 
loth. Skirmish at Winchester, Va. Detachment 3d Cavalry, 
loth. Skirmish at East Pass, Santa Rosa Island, Fla. 6th Infantry. 
I2th. Skirmish at Union Mills, Va. i8th and 63d Infantry. 
I3th. Skirmish at Manassas Junction, Va. 57th Infantry. 
I3th. Skirmish on Williamsburg and Great Bethel Road, Va. Six com 
panies, 7th Infantry, Col. Von Schack. 
Engagement at New Berne, N. C. Detachment Marine Artillery; 

Sist Infantry, Col. Ferrero; Company B, 99th Infantry. 
I4th. Skirmish at Cedar Run, Va. 57th Infantry. 
I7th. Skirmish near Dumfries, Va. 7oth Infantry. 
2oth. Skirmish at Boyd s Hole, Va. 72d Infantry. 
23d-24th. Skirmish at Winchester, Va. Company I, 28th Infantry. 
26th. Skirmish at Cedar Creek, Va. Battery M, ist Artillery; 66th 

Infantry. 
26th. Skirmish at Dranesville, Va. Detachment iO2d Infantry, Capt. L. R. 

Stegman. 
27th. Skirmish at Montevideo, near Harrisonburg, Va. Company I, 28th 

Infantry, Maj. E. W. Cook. 

27th. Skirmish near Big Bethel, Va. I2th Infantry. 
27th-3ist. Skirmish on Santa Rosa Island, Fla. Companies D and K, 6th 

Infantry. 

28th-29th. Affairs on Bealton and Rappahannock Station, Warrenton 
Junction, Va. Battery B and Rundell s section of Battery G, ist 
Artillery; 6ist Infantry, Col. Francis C. Barlow; 68th and 6pth 
Infantry. 

29th. Affair on Edisto Island, S. C. 47th Infantry. 
29th. Skirmish at Lewinsville, Va. Detachment I02d Infantry, Capt. L. 

R. Stegman. 

3oth. Skirmish at Rappahannock Station, Va. Detachment 4th Cavalry. 
30th. Skirmish at East Pan, Va. 6th Cavalry. 

3oth-3ist. Affairs on Wilmington and Whitemarsh Islands, Ga. Detach 
ment 46th Infantry. 
131. April ist. Affairs at Narrow Passage, Woodstock and Edinburg, Va. Battery 

M, ist Artillery, Capt. Cothran. 

ist. Skirmish at Watt s Creek, Va. 49th Infantry. 
2d. Skirmish at Woodstock, Va. 82d Infantry. 
2d. Skirmish at Edinburg, Va. Battery M, ist Artillery. 
4th. Capture of Steamer " Resolution," in the Chesapeake, near Back- 
River, Md. Detachment Company A, loth Cavalry, Capt. Pratt. 

136. April 4th. Skirmish at Howard s Bridge, Pequosin River, near Cockletown, 
Va. Companies A and B, ist Mounted Rifles, and I4th Infantry. 



116. 
117. 
118. 
119. 
1 20. 

121. 
122. 

123. 
124. 



March 
March 
March 
March 
March 

March 
March 



125. March 



126. 

127. 

128. 
129. 
130. 



132. 

133- 
134- 
135- 



March 
March 
March 



April 
April 
April 
April 



152 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

1862. 

137. April 4th. Skirmish at Watt s and Young s Mills, Va. 33d, 49th and 65th 

Infantry. 

138. April 5th-May 4th. Siege and occupation of Yorktown, Va. Companies D, F, 

H and K, 6th Cavalry; gth Cavalry, dismounted; Oneida Company 
Cavalry; field and staff, and Batteries A, B, D, E, G and H, ist 
Regiment Artillery; Batteries A, B, C and D, ist Battalion Ar 
tillery; Battery A, 2d Battalion Artillery; ist, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th 
and 8th Independent Batteries of Artillery; i5th and 50th Engi 
neers; 5th, i2th, i3th, I4th, I7th, 25th, 33d, 34th, 36th, 37th, 38th, 
40th, 42d, 43d, 44th, 49th, 52d, 55th, 56th, 57th, 6ist, 6ad, 63d, 64th, 
65th, 66th, 67th, 69th, 7oth, 71 st, 72d, 73d, 74th, 77th, Sist, 82d, 
85th, 87th, 88th, Q2d, 93d, 96th, 98th and looth Infantry. 

139. April 5th. Skirmish near Lee s Mills, Va. Siege of Yorktown. Companies A 

and B, ist Mounted Rifles; Battery E, ist Artillery; 33d, 4gth and 
77th Infantry. 

140. April 5th. Skirmish near junction of Warwick and Yorktown Roads, Va. Siege 

of Yorktown, I3th, I4th and 25th Infantry. 

141. April 6th. Skirmish at Stafford Court House, Va. 7oth, 7ist, 72d, 73d and 

74th Infantry. 

142. April 6th. Skirmish near Warrenton Junction, Va. 83d Infantry. 

143. April 7th. Skirmish near Edinburg, Va. Battery M, ist Artillery. 

144. April 7th. Skirmish at Foy s Plantation, N. C. I03d Infantry. 

145. April 8th. Skirmish at Elizabeth City, N. C. Detachment Marine Artillery; 

9th Infantry. 

146. April 8th. Skirmish at Lee s Mills, Va. Siege of Yorktown. 33d Infantry. 

147. April 8th. Skirmish on scout in Shenandoah Valley, Va. 3d Cavalry, Lt.- 

Col. Simon H. Mix. 

148. April 9th. Affair with confederate gunboat " Teazer," on James river, Va. Bat 

tery H, ist Artillery. 

149. April loth-nth. Bombardment and capture of Fort Pulaski, Ga. Detachment 

ist Engineers; Companies H and K, 46th Infantry; 48th Infantry. 

150. April nth. Skirmish in Front of Yorktown, Va. Siege of Yorktown. Detach 

ment I2th Infantry, Maj. H. A. Barnum, and 87th Infantry. 

151. April nth. Skirmish near Edinburg, Va. Battery M, ist Artillery. 

152. April I2th-26th. Siege, bombardment and capture of Fort Macon, N. C. Com 

pany I, 3d Artillery, Capt. Ammon; detachment Marine Artillery; 
Company B, ogth Infantry, and detachment I03d Infantry. 

r 53- April I3th. Skirmish before Yorktown, Va. Siege of Yorktown. Two com 
panies I2th Infantry, Captain Randall. 

154. April I3th. Skirmish at Gillett s Farm, Pebbly Run, N. C. I03d Infantry. 

155. April I4th. Skirmish at Piedmont, Va. Company G, 4th Cavalry. 

156. April I4th. Skirmish near Edinburg, Va. Battery M, ist Artillery. 

157. April isth. Skirmish at cross-roads near Columbia Furnace, Hudson s Corner, 

Va. Company E, 28th Infantry. 

158. April i6th. Engagement at Lee s Mills, Va. Burnt Chimney; Dam No. i. 

Siege of Yorktown. Battery E, Capt. Wheeler, Battery G, Capt. 
Frank, ist Artillery; ist and 3d Batteries; 33d, 36th, 43d, 49th 
and 77th Infantry. 

159. April i6th. Skirmish near Warrenton Junction, Va. 83d Infantry. 

160. April I7th-i8th. Skirmishes three miles south of Spotted Tavern near Brick 

Church, and at Falmouth, Va. Seven companies, 2d Cavalry, Lt.- 
Col. Kilpatrick, and 22d, 24th, 30th and 84th Infantry. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



161. April i8th. 

162. April igth. 

163. April igth. 



164. April 

165. April 

166. April 

167. April 

1 68. April 

169. April 

170. May 

171. May 

172. May 

173. May 



24th. 
20th. 

27th. 

27th. 

28th. 

2Qth. 
2d. 
2d. 

4th. 
4th. 



174. May 5th. 



1862. 

Affairs at Rappahannock River and North Fork, Va. Molitor s 
section, I3th Battery; rive companies, 83d Infantry. 

Skirmish at South Fork of Shenandoah, near Luray, Va. Com 
pany H, 5th Cavalry; Battery M, ist Artillery. 

Engagement at South Mills, Camden, N. C. Detachment Marine 
Artillery, Col. Howard; gth Infantry, Col. Hawkins and Lt.-Col. 
Kimball; 8gth Infantry, Col. H. S. Fairchild. 

Skirmish nine miles from Harrisonburg, Va. 28th Infantry. 

Attack on Union pickets before Yorktown, Va. Siege of Yorktown. 
33d, 49th and 77th Infantry. 

Skirmish at McGaheysville, Va. One section of Battery M, ist Ar 
tillery. 

Skirmish near Haughton s Mill, Pollocksville Road, N. C. 3d Cav 
alry; iO3d Infantry. 

Skirmishes on reconnaissance toward Lee s Mills, Va. Siege of 
Yorktown. 33d, 43d, 56th, 77th, 8sth, 93d, o8th and looth Infantry. 

Skirmish, on scout, at New Market, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Port Republic, Va. Company A, 5th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Conrad s Store, Luray Valley, Va. Company H, 5th 
Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Rockingham Furnace, Va. Company H, 5th Cavalry. 

Skirmish before Williamsburgh, Va. Detachments gth Cavalry, serv 
ing with batteries of the Horse Artillery. 

Battle of Williamsburg, Va. 



ORGANI 
ZATIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


% 

: 



Commanding Officers. 


Ki 


led 

r 


W 
I 


n d 

o 
tr 


Mi 


ss g 

T3 

Sr 


Aggregate 


c 
~ 
C 


^s 

W 


-> 
E 
r 


** c 

c c 

W 


E 

i 

C 


^E 
a 


6th Cav. . 






2 
4 

4 
H 


Companies D and K, escort to Gen . 
Sumner * 
















6th Cav 






Companies F and H, escort to Gen. 
Keyes * 
















9th Cav.. 
1st Art.: 
Batt y A 
Batt y D 
Batt y E 
Batt y H 
fist Bat y. 
3d Bat y. 
4th Bat y. 
6th Bat y. 
7th Bat y. 
8th Bat y. 
33i Inf... 
37th Inf... 
38th Inf. . . 


Bailey 


3, Casey 
2, Hooker 


Detachments serving with batteries* 

Capt. Thomas H. Bates * 
Capt. Thomas W. Osborne 




i 




i 






" 8 
2 




2, Smith 


4 


Capt. Charles C. Wheeler 




i 




i 






Bailey 


3, Casey 
2, Smith 


4 
4 


Lieut. Charles E. Mink * 














Capt. Terrence J. Kennedy 




1 




? 






3 


Ayres 


2, Smith 


4 
! 
3 


Capt. Thaddeus P. Mott * 














Wainwright . . . 
Wainwright . . . 


2. Hooker 
2, Hooker 


I^apt. James E. Smith 
Capt. Walter M. Bramhall * 




i 




5 






6 


Bailey 


3, Casey 


4 


Capt. Peter C. Regan * 
















Bailey 


3, Casey 


4 


Capt. Butler Fitch * 
















3, Davidson. . . 
3. Berry 
2. Birney. . . 


2, Smith 
1, Kearny .... 
3, Kearny . 


4 

3 

3 


Col. Robert F. Taylor 






1 

5 
6 

1 


9 
65 
61 
23 




"2 

10 


10 
95 
88 
29 


Col. Samuel B. Havman 
Col J H Hobart Ward . 


J 
-> 


21 
9 
5 


40th Inf. . . 
43d Inf . . . 
49th Inf. . . 


2. Birney 
1, Hancock . . . 
3, Davidson. . . 


3, Kearny. . . . 
2, Smith 
2, Smith 


e 

4 

4 


Col. Edward J. Riley 
Col. Francis L. Vinton * 


Lt.-Col. William C. Alberger * 
















55th Inf . . 


2 Peck 


1 Couch 


4 






? 




15 






17 
" 8 


66th Inf... 
62d Inf... 
65th Inf... 


1, Naglee . . 
2, Peck 
3, Graham .... 


3, Casey 
1, Couch 
1, Couch 


4 

4 
4 


Lt.-Col. James Jourdan * 
Col. J. Lafayette Riker 
Lt.-Col. Alexander Shaler * 




"3 




"5 






67th Inf. . . 
70th Inf. . . 
72d Inf... 

73d Inf... 
74th Inf. . . 


3. Graham .... 
2, Taylor 
2, Taylor 

2. Taylor 
2, Taylor 


1, Couch 
2, Hooker 
2, Hooker 
2 Hooker 


4 
8 

3 
1 


Col. Julius W. Adams (c), Lt.-Col. 
















Col. William Dwight, Jr. (w), Maj. 
Thomas Holt 


7 

2 
2 


72 

57 
15 
36 


13 

r, 
i 

3 


125 

84 
65 
51 


i 


113 

46 
20 
52 


330 

195 
104 
143 


Col. Nelson Taylor (c), Lt.-Col. Israel 


Col William R. Brewster 


2, Hooker 


3 


Lt. Col. Charles H. Burtis 



154 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1862. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 








T) 




o 


d 












; 










V C 










_ 







W <U 


^ 


W D 




W 










in 
O 




:- 


"3 ^ 


a 


"c ^ 


^ 


"5 E 


W 












3 


W 


o 


w 


C 


w 


< 


77th Inf.. 


3, Davidson. . . 


2, Smith 


4 


Col. James B. McKean ... . . * 












i 


81st Inf. . 


3, Palmer 


3, Casey 


4|Lt.-Col. Tacob T. DeForest 
















85th Inf. . 


3, Palmer 


3, Casey 


4 


Col. Jonathan S. Belknap * 
















87th Inf . . 
92d Inf.. 


1. Jamison. . . . 
3, Palmer 


3, Kearny .... 
3, Casey 


3 

-I 


Col. Stephen A. Dodge * 
Lt.-Col. Hiram J. Anderson * 
















93d Inf. . 


3, Palmer 


3, Casey 


l 


Lt.-Col. B. C. Butler * 
















96th Inf.. 


2, Keim 


3, Casey 


-t 


Col. James Fairman * 
















98th Inf.. 


3, Palmer 


3, Casey 


4 


Lt.-Col. Charles Durkee * 
















100th Inf. . 


1, Naglee 


3, Casey 


4 


Col. James M. Brown * 
























Total 


15 


90.) 


IT 


518 


I 


243 


1038 










Total loss of Union forces engaged 


27 


429 


9> 


1312 


L 1 


371 


2239 



175. May 5th. Skirmish near Fredericksburg, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

176. May 5th. Skirmish at Locust Grove, Va. 76th Infantry. 

177. May 5th. Skirmish at Rappahannock River, Va. 83d Infantry. 

178. May 6th. Skirmish near Harrisonburg, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry, Maj. 

Vought. 

179. May. 6th Skirmish at Conrad s Store, Luray Valley, Va. Company H, 5th 

Cavalry. 

180. May 7th. Skirmish near Burnt Church, near New Berne, N. C. 3d Cavalry. 

181. May 7th. Skirmish at New Market, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry. 

182. May 7th. Engagement at West Point, Va. (See table following.) 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




[ ORGANI 
ZATIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 


E 


T3 
<U 




T) 
V p 




o 


V 

rt 

00 








g 




r, 


01 V 


V 

CJ 


"w <u 



C 


tr. C) 


K 












: 


Is 


e 


13 E 


F 


"5 *" 


00 








u 







w 


C 


M 


C 






1st Cav . . . 




1, Franklin.. . . 


1 


Detachment, Gen. Franklin s escort* 
















1st Art.: 
























Bat y F 




I Franklin . 


1 


Capt William R Wilson * 
















15th Eng. . 




1, Franklin . . . 


1 


Detachment, Capt. Edward C. Perry* 
















16th Inf. . . 
18th Inf. . . 


2, Slocum 
3, Newton .... 


1, Franklin . . . 
1, Franklin . . 


1 
1 


Col. Joseph Howland 
Col. William H. Young * 




5 


1 


7 






13 






27th Inf. . . 
31st Inf. . . 


2, Slocum jl, Franklin . . . 
3, Newton. ... 1, Franklin . . . 


1 
1 


Col. Joseph J. Bartlett * 
Col. Calvin E. Pratt 


"4 


"19 


"z 


"si 




"27 


"83 


32d Inf 


3 Newton 1 Franklin 


1 




a 


Q 


t, 


53 






67 


42d Inf... 


2, Dana 


2, Sedgwick. . . 


2 


Col. Edmund C. Charles * 
















82d Inf 




2 Sedgwick. . 


> 


Col Henry W. Hudson * 
























Total 


7 


33 


, 


91 





27 


163 










Total loss of Union troops engaged 
















7 


41 


(i 


104 


28 


186 



183. May 8th. Skirmish at Columbia Bridge, Luray Valley, Va. Company H, 5th 

Cavalry. 

184. May Qth. Skirmish near Slatersville, Va. Detachments 9th Cavalry, serving 

with batteries of the Horse Artillery A. P.; Battery F, 1st Ar 
tillery. 

185. May 9th. Skirmish at Chowan River, N. C., on expedition from Roanoke to 

Gatesville. Company C, 9th Infantry, Capt. O. W. Parisen. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



155 



1862. 

186. May gth. Bombardment of Fort Pickens, and reoccupation of Pensacola, 

Fla. Companies C, D, E, F and G, 75th Infantry. 

187. May loth. Skirmish at Tranter s Creek, and occupation of Norfolk, Va. One 

squadron ist Mounted Rifles, Maj. Dodge; loth, 20th, detachment 
9Qth Infantry. 

188. May nth. Skirmish on Bowling Green Road, near Fredericksburg, Va. 2d 

Cavalry; 8oth Infantry. 

189. May I4th. Skirmish at Woodstock, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

TOO. May i4th. Skirmish at Suffolk, Va. ist Mounted Rifles, Maj. Dodge. 

191. May isth. Skirmish near Trenton Bridge, N. C. Two companies 3d Cavalry, 

Maj. Fitzsimmons; Battery B, 3d Artillery. 

192. May i6th. Skirmish near Aquia Creek, Va. Detachment 95th Infantry, Capt. 

S. L. Harrison. 

193. May iSth. Skirmish at Woodstock, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry. 

194. May i8th. Skirmish at Bowling Green Road, near Fredericksburg, Va. 23d Inf. 

195. May 2Oth. Skirmish near Bottom s Bridge, Chickahominy River, Va. Battery 

H, ist Artillery; 55th and 62d Infantry. 

196. May 20th. Skirmish at New Creek Station, Va. Company I, 4th Cavalry. 

197. May 2Oth. Skirmish at New Salem Church, near Fredericksburg, Va. 8oth 

Infantry. 

198. May 2 1 st. Skirmish at White Oak Swamp, Va. 88th Infantry. 

199. May 21 st. Skirmish at Woodstock, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

200. May 2ist-22d. Skirmishes at Bottom s Bridge and Savage Station, Chickahom 

iny River, Va. 8th Battery; 36th, 65th, 8ist, 92d, 96th and 98th 
Infantry. 

201. May 22d. Skirmish at Fair Oaks, Va. 37th Infantry. 

202. May 22d. Skirmish near Mechanicsville, Va. Detachment 1st Cavalry; i6th, 

I7th and 27th Infantry. 

203. May 23d. Skirmish on reconnaissance from Bottom s Bridge to Turkey Island 

Bridge, Va. Battery A, ist Artillery; detachment s6th Infantry. 

204. May 23d-25th. Operations in the Shenandoah Valley, Va. Includes losses at 

Front Royal, Berryville, Strasburg, Middletown, Newtown and 
Winchester. 













Killed . 


WVd. 


Miss g. 




ORGANI 
ZATIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


i. 


Commanding Officers. 


cers. 


O 

4- C 

s. O 


G 

a 


T) 

U r-~ 
4J C 


e 
I 


a 
." c 

M V 


regate. 












:-~: 


rt^ 


Eg 


"H ^ 


i 


"5 ^ 


S 








u 




C 


w 


O 


M 


o 


W 




5th Cav. . . 


Hatch 






Col Othneil DeForrest Maj Philip 






















a 


G Vought. . . 


1 


Q 




IS 





53 


75 


8th Cav. 






o 


Dismounted Lt -Col Charles R 
























Babbitt 




2 




5 


] 


23 


31 


1st Art.: 
























Bat y M. 




1, Williams. . . 


a 


Lieut. James H. Peabody 




2 


2 


2 




8 


11 


28th Inf. . . 


1, Donnelly. . . 


1, Williams. . . 




Col. Dudley Donnelly (c), Lt.-Col. 
























E. F. Brown 








a 




fi 


64 








J3 


Total 


1 


7 


2 


?4 


j 


143 


181 








| 


Total loss of Union troops engaged 










H 






i 


60 


U 


227 


1663 


2019 



205. May 23d. Action at Front Royal, Va. Operations in the Shenandoah Valley, 
Va. Companies B and D, 5th Cavalry, Maj. Phillip G. Vought; 
detachment 28th Infantry, Capt. Wm. H. H. Mapes. 



156 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1862. 

206. May 24th. Skirmish at Mechanicsville, Va. New Bridge. Battery E, ist Artil 

lery; 33d, 49th and 77th Infantry. 

207. May 24th. Skirmishes on reconnaissance to Seven Pines, Va. Savage Station. 

Batteries H, ist Artillery; 7th Battery; 8ist, 85th, 96 th and 98th 
Infantry. 

208. May 24th. Skirmish at Tyler House, Va. 34th Infantry. 

209. May 24th. Skirmish on reconnaissance toward Hanover Court House, Va. I3th 

Infantry. 

210. May 24th. Skirmish at Berryville, Va. Operations in the Shenandoah Valley. 

8th Cavalry, dismounted. 

211. May 24th. Skirmish at Strasburg, Va. Operations in the Shenandoah Valley. 

Companies A, C, E, G, K and M, 5th Cavalry, Col. DeForrest. 

212. May 24th. Action at Middletown, Va. Operations in the Shenandoah Valley. 

Companies A, B, D, E, F, H, I and L, 5th Cavalry, Maj. Vought; 
Battery M, ist Artillery, Lieut. James H. Peabody; 28th Infantry, 
Col. Dudley Donnelly, Lt.-Col. E. F. Brown. 

213. May 24th. Action at Newtown, Va, Operations in the Shenandoah Valley. 

Companies A, B, D, E, F, H, I and L, 5th Cavalry, Maj. Vought; 
Battery M, ist Artillery, Lieut. Peabody; 28th Infantry, Col. Don 
nelly and Lt.-Col. Brown. 

214. May 25*:h. Engagement at Winchester, Va. Operations in the Shenandoah 

Valley. Companies A, B, D, E, F, H, I and L, 5th Cavalry, Maj. 
Vought; 8th Cavalry, dismounted, Lt.-Col. Chas. R. Babbitt; Bat 
tery M, ist Artillery, Lieut. Peabody; 28th Infantry, Col. Don 
nelly and* Lt.-Col. Brown. 

215. May 25th. Skirmish at the Chickahominy, Va. Savage Station. 3d Battery, 

56th and tooth Infantry. 

216. May 25th. Skirmish at Stevenson s Station, Va. Operations in the Shenandoah 

Valley. Detachment 8th Cavalry, dismounted. 

217. May 25th. Skirmish at Bunker Hill, W. Va. Operations in the Shenandoah 

Valley. 28th Infantry, Lt.-Col. Brown. 

218. May 25th. Skirmish at Dismal Swamp, N. C. iO3d Infantry. 

219. May 26th. Skirmish on reconnaissance near Hanover Court House, Va. 5th 

Infantry. 

220. May 27th. Engagement at Hanover Court House, Va. Slash Church; Kinney s 

Farm. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 


^ 


Id 

in o 


I 


d 
o c - 

tn to 


d 

5? 


o 
> c 

u> <a 


regate. 















"3 E 




"2 E 


F 


"3 E 


bo 








O 







W 


O 


W 


C 


w 




1st Cav. . 






E 


Companies F and M, Capts. Bennett 
























and Lord, escort to Gen. Porter. . * 
















5th Inf . 


3 Warren . . . 


2, Sykes. . 


- 


Col G K Warren (c) ; Lt -Col. Hiram 
























Duryea * 
















12th Inf. . . 


3, Butterfield.. 


1 Morrell 


-, 


Col. Henry A. Weeks 








2 




1 


3 


13th Inf. . . 


1, Martindale.. 


1 Morrell 




Col. Elisha G. Marshall 








7 






7 


14th Inf. . . 


2, Griffin 


1 Morrell 





Col. Jas. McQuade (c), Lt.-Col. Chas. 
























H. Skillen 








4 






4 


17th Inf. . . 


3, Butterfield.. 


1 Morrell... 


5 


Col. Henry S. Lansing 












8 


8 


25th Inf. . . 


1, Martindale.. 


1 Morrell 


5 


Col. Chas. A. Johnson (w), Lt.-Col. 
























Henry F. Savage (w). Major 
























Edwin S. Gilbert 


4 


24 


R 


71 


1 


50 


158 


44th Inf . . 


3, Butterfield. . 


1, Morrell 


ft 


Col. Stephen W. Stryker 




?7 


3 


56 






86 










Total 
















4 


M 


11 


110 


1 


59 


266 










Total loss of Union troops engaged 








211 








4 


58 


12 


2 


68 


355 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1862. 

221. May 28th. Skirmish at Franklin, Va. 4th Cavalry. 

222. May 28th. Skirmish at Charlestown, W. Va. 6th Cavalry; Battery L, 1st Ar 

tillery; 78th Infantry. 

223. May 28th. Skirmish at Fair Oaks, near Pensacola, Fla. Four companies, 75th 

Infantry. 

224. May 28th. Skirmish at Pocotaligo, S. C. Company E, 79th Infantry. 

225. May 28th~30th. Defense of Harper s Ferry, W. Va. Maryland and Bolivar 

Heights. Detachment 5th Cavalry, Maj. Gardner; detachment 
8th Cavalry, dismounted; Batteries K and L, ist Artillery; 6oth, 
78th and iO2d Infantry. 

226. May 29th. Skirmish at Falling Waters, Va. Battery M, ist Artillery. 

227. May 2Qth. Skirmish at Ashland, Va. 5th Infantry. 

228. May 29th. Skirmish near Seven Pines, Va. Detachments of the 96th and looth 

Infantry. 

229. May 3Oth. Skirmish at Tranter s Creek, N. C. Detachment of Company I, 3d 

Cavalry, Lieut. Allis. 

230. May 30th. Skirmish at Bottom s Bridge, Va. Battery A, ist Artillery. 

231. May 30th. Skirmish near Fair Oaks, Va. Seven Pines. 37th, 8ist, 85th, Q2d 

and looth Infantry. 

232. May 3ist. Skirmish near Martinsburg, W. Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry. 

233. May 3ist. Skirmish at Charlestown, W. Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry. 

234. May 3 1 st. Skirmish on Greenville Road, near Washington, N. C. 3d Cavalry. 

235. May 3ist-June ist. Battle of Fair Oaks, Va. Seven Pines. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


I 
O 

o 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


| Officers. | ^ 


a d. 


Mil 

E 

9 

O 



C 


1 Enlisted i "". 
men. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Enlisted 
men. 


6th Cav. .. 






4 

2 

4 

4 
2 

a 


Companies F and H, escort to Gen. 
Keyes * 










6th Cav... 

1st Art.: 
Field & 
Staff 
Bat y A. 
Bat y B. 
Bat y D. 
Bat y G. 
Bat y H. 
Bat y A. 2d 
Batt. Art. 
4th Bat y. 
5th Bat y. 
6th Bat y. 
7th Bat y. 
8th Bat y. 
34th Inf... 
36th Inf. . . 

37th Inf... 
38th Inf. . . 

40th Inf... 
42d Inf.. 
52d Inf... 
55th Inf. . 
56th Inf. . . 
57th Inf. . . 
61st Inf... 
62d Inf... 

63d Inf... 
64th Inf... 






Companies D and K, escort to Gen. 
Sumner * 
















Bailey 

Bailey 
Hazzard 
Wainwright. . . 


2. Casey 

2, Casey 
1, Richardson . 
2, Hooker 


Col. G. D. Bailey(k), Maj. D. H. Van 
Valkenburgh(k) 


? 




1 








3 
9 


Lieut. Geo. P. Hart 
Capt. Rufus D Pettit . 




3 




5 




1 


Capt. Thomas W. Osborne 
















Hazzard 


1, Richardson . 
2, Casey 

1, Richardson . 
2, Hooker 


2 

4 

2 
3 


Capt John D Frank 
















Bailey 
Hazzard. . . 


Capt. Joseph Spratt(w), Lieut. Chas 
E. Mink 






2 


6 






8 






With Batteries B and G 1st Art 


Wainwright. . . 


Lieut. Joseph E. Nairn 
With Batteries of the Regular Army 
Capt. Walter M. Bramhall 
Capt. Peter C Regan 
















Wainwright . . . 
Bailey 
Bailey 
1, Gorman .... 
3, Devens 

3, Berry 
2, Birney 

2, Birney 
3. Dana 
3, French 
1, Peck 
1, Naglee 
3, French 
1, Howard .... 
1, Peck 

2, Meagher. . . . 
1, Howard .... 


2, Hooker 
2, Casey 
2. Casey 
2, Sedgwick. . . 
1, Couch 

3, Kearny. . . . 
3, Kearny. . . . 

3, Kearny. . . . 
2, Sedgwick. . . 
1, Richardson . 
1, Couch 
2, Casey 
1, Richardson . 
1, Richardson . 
1, Couch 

1, Richardson. 
1, Richardson . 


3 

4 
4 
2 
4 

3 
3 

3 

2 
2 
4 
4 
2 
2 
4 

2 
2 




"2 




" 8 




"i 
"3 

5 
2 

3 
3 


..... 

6 
97 

48 
82 

18 
96 
1 
122 
103 
68 
18 
110 

49 
173 


Capt. Butler Fitch 
Col. James A. Suiter 
Col. C. H. Innis(c), Lt.-Col. D. E. 
Hungerford 




"23 
7 
11 

1 

12 


"5 

a 

6 

1 
2 


6 
66 

33 
62 

13 
79 
1 




Col. Samuel B. Hayman, Lt.-Col. G. 
Riordan . 


1 


Col. J. H. Hobart Ward(c), Maj. Wm. 
H Baird 


Lt.-Col. Thomas W. Egan 
Col E C Charles 




Col. Paul Frank 
Lt.-Col. Louis Thourot 
Lt.-Col. James Jourdan 
Col. Samuel K. Zook 
Col. Francis C. Barlow 
Col. J Lafayette Riker(k), Lt.-Col. 
D J Nevin 


"i 
"4 
i 

i 


15 
13 
15 
3 
27 

1 
29 


s 
5 
4 

"4 
11 


95 
85 
43 
15 
69 

15 

132 




4 




5 

"e 

32 


Col. John Burke * 
Col. T. J. Parker(w), Lt.-Col. D. G. 
Bingham (w), Capt. Rufus Wash- 
burn. Tr. . 



153 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1862. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




k 




Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 1 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


65th Inf. . 
66th Inf. . 
67th Inf 


2, Abercrombie 
3, French 


1, Couch 
1, Richardson. 
1 Couch... 


4 
2 

4 


Col. John Cochrane 
Col. Joseph C. Pinckney 

Col Julius W. Adams. . . 


i 


7 
1 
26 
1 


"5 


24 
5 
130 
12 




1 

8 
1 
1 

5 


31 
7 
170 
14 
18 
20 
5 

11 
20 

137 
71 

79 

76 

25 

105 
59 
71 

176 


69th Inf. . 


, Meagher. . . . 


1, Richardson . 


fl 


Col. Robert Nugent 


70th Inf. . 


, Sickles 


2, Hooker 


.( 


Maj. Thomas Holt 




o 




15 




71st Inf.. 
72d Inf 


, Sickles 
Sickles 


2, Hooker 
2, Hooker 


j 


Col. Geo. B. Hall, Lt.-Col. H. L. Potter 
Col. Nelson Taylor 






2 


10 
5 




73d Inf.. 

74th Inf. . 
81st Inf.. 

82d Inf.. 
85th Inf.. 
87th Inf. . 

88th Inf. . 
92d Inf.. 

96th Inf. . 
98th Inf. . 
100th Inf. . 


, Sickles 

2, Sickles 
3, Palmer 

1, Gorman. . . . 
3, Palmer 
1, Jamison. . . . 

2, Meagher. . . . 
3, Palmer 

2, Wessells 
3, Palmer 
1, Naglee 


2, Hooker 
2, Hooker 




Maj. John D. Moriarty, Capt. Chas. 
B. Elliott 




1 




10 






Col. Charles K. Graham 




1 

23 
9 
9 

11 

(. 

8 
\ 
4 

16 


1 

5 
2 

4 

5 
1 

4 
1 



88 

218 


18 

87 
59 
45 

53 
18 

65 
30 
38 

83 






2, Casey 
2, Sedgwick. . . 


Lt.-Col. J. J. DeForest (w), Capt. W. 
C. Raulston 


2 

1 




20 


Lt.-Col. Henry W. Hudson 


2 Casey 


2 

4 

4 
4 
t 


Col. Jonathan S. Belknap . . 




21 
i 


3, Kearny 

1, Richardson. 
2, Casey 

2, Casey 
2, Casey 
2, Casey 


Col. S. A. Dodge (w), Lt.-Col. R. A. 
Bachia 




Lt.-Col. Patrick Kelly 


1 


Col. Lewis C. Hunt (w), Maj. Thomas 
S. Hall 


"a 

r. 


28 
18 
26 

66 


Col. James Fairman 


1 

10 

41 


Lt.-Col. Charles Durkee 
Col. J. M. Brown (k), Lt.-Col. Phineas 


Total 


296 
749 


1440 
3376 


7 
15 


267 
632 


2117 


Total loss of Union troops engaged 


5031 



237. June 
238. June 
239. June 


ist. 
ist. 
2 d. 


240. June 


2d. 


241. June 


3d. 


242. June 
243. June 
244. June 


4th. 
5th. 
5th. 



236. June ist. Skirmish near Strasburg, Va. 4th Cavalry; Battery I, ist Artillery; 

2d Battery; 29th, 39th, 4ist, 45th and 5|th Infantry. 
Skirmish at Chickahominy, Va. Company B, i6th Infantry. 
Skirmish at Mechanicsville Bridge, Va. 27th Infantry. 
Skirmish at Greenville Road, near Tranter s Creek, N. C. Detach 
ment of Company I, 3d Cavalry. 

Skirmishes at Strasburg and Woodstock, Va. 4th Cavalry; 26. Bat 
tery; 3Qth and 45th Infantry. 
Skirmishes near Woodstock, at Edinburg and Mt. Jackson, Va. 

New Market. 4th Cavalry; 2d Battery; 39th and 45th Infantry. 
Skirmish on James Island, S. C. 79th Infantry, Capt. Elliott 
Skirmish at Union Church, Va. Battery I, ist Artillery. 
Skirmish at New Bridge, Va. Battery B, ist Battalion Artillery; 
detachment of 5th Battery with Battery E, 2d U. S. Artillery; 5th 
and I4th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Golding s Farm, Va. 33d, 49th and 77th Infantry. 
5th-6th. Action at Tranter s Creek, N. C. One squadron 3d Cavalry; 

Company I, 3d Artillery; detachment Marine Artillery. 
6th. Skirmish near Harrisonburg, Va. Two companies 4th Cavalry; 2d 

Battery; 39th and 45th Infantry. 
Skirmish at Aldie, Va. Detachment 4th Cavalry; Battery I, ist 

Artillery. 
Skirmish on reconnaissance on New Market Road, Va. 85th and 

92d Infantry. 

8th. Skirmish on James Island, S. C. 46th Infantry. 
8th. Skirmish at Seven Pines, Va. 65th Infantry. 
8th. Skirmish before Richmond, Va. 4Oth Infantry. 



245. June 

246. June 

247. June 

248. June 

249. June 

250. June 

251. June 

252. June 



5th. 



7th. 



8th. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

1862. 

253. June 8th. Battle of Cross Keys, Va. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 


, 


o 




o 

I" r 


E 


o 




a 

CO 








B 






O 


I/I V 


9 
o 


<fi D 


9 

o 


t, V 


& 








It 






13 " 





"c * 





"c ^ 


BO 








_ 




c 


W 


z 


W 


~ 


U 




4th Cav 








Col Christian F Dickel * 
















1st Art.: 
























Bat y I 


3 Bohlen 














8 






3 


2d Bat y. . 


1, Stahel 


Blenker s 




Capt. Louis Schirmer (c), Lieut. 








































13th Bat y 


2 Koltes 


Blenke s 




















8th Inf. . . 


1, Stahel 


Blenke s 




Col. Francis Wutschel 




43 


2 


132 


2 


41 


220 


29th Inf 
















1 




6 


7 


39th Inf.. . 


l] Stahel. . .... 


Blenke s 


Q 


Col. Frederick G. D Utassy ] 
















41st Inf. . . 


1, Stahel 


Blenke s 




Col. Leopold Von Gilsa (w), Lt.- i + 
























Col. Ernest Von Holmstedt . . . . I 


a 


6 


7 


36 


2 


31 


84 


45th Inf. . . 


1, Stahel 


Blenke s 




Col. George Von Amsberg J 
















54th Inf. . . 


3, Bohlen 


Blenke s 




Col. Eugene A. Kozlay 




1 




4 






5 


5Sth Inf. . . 


3, Bohlen 


Blenke s 


S 


Col. Wladimir Kryzanowski 




7 


i 


17 




4 


29 


6Sth Inf. . . 


2, Koltes 


Blenker s 




Col. Robert J. Betge 












2 


2 










Total 


a 


57 


in 


193 


4 


84 


350 










Total loss of Union troops engaged 
















5 


109 


422 


r, 


122 


684 








~ 




















* Loss not reported. 



t Loss not reported separately. 



254. June Sth-gth. Skirmish at Old Tavern, Va., Fair Oaks. 6;th Infantry. 

255. June 9th. Skirmish near Port Republic, Va. Crossing of Shenandoah, near 

Cross Keys. 4th Cavalry; Battery I, ist Artillery; 29th and 58th 
Infantry. 

256. June loth. Skirmish on James Island, S. C. Detachment ist Engineers; 47th 

and 79th Infantry. 

257. June I2th. Skirmish at New Market, Va. Detachment 4th Cavalry; 8th Infantry. 

258. June I2th. Skirmish near Fair Oaks, Va. 7oth, 7ist, 72d, 73d and 74th Infantry. 

259. June I3th. Skirmish near Falmouth, Va. Battery B, 2d Battalion; 76th Infantry. 

260. June I3th. Skirmish near Dispatch Station, Va. 6th Battery. 

261. June I3th. Skirmish near New Market, Va. Detachment 4th Cavalry. 

262. June I3th. Action at Old Church, Va. 5th and loth Infantry. 

263. June I4th Skirmish at Tunstall Station, Va. 42d Infantry. 

264. June I4th. Skirmish at Fair Oaks, Va. 40th Infantry. 

265. June I4th-isth. Skirmishes at Milton, Fla. Companies B, C, E and H, 6th 

Infantry, Lt.-Col. Cassidy. 

266. June I5th. Skirmish at Middletown, Va. 39th Infantry. 

267. June isth. Action at Fair Oaks and near Seven Pines, Va. 73d Infantry, Maj. 

Moriarty; Company A, 88th Infantry, Capt. Smith. 

268. Jure i6th. Skirmish at Fair Oaks, Va., Seven Pines. 2d Infantry. 

269. June i6th. Engagement at Secessionville, S. C., James Island. Detachment ist 

Engineers; 46th, 47th and 79th Infantry. 

270. June i6th. Skirmish at White House, Va. 34th Infantry. 

271. June iSth. Skirmish at Blue Ridge Mountains, Va. Detachment of Company 

D, nth Cavalry. 

272. June i8th. Artillery affair at New Bridge, Va. Detachment 5th Battery, with 

Battery K, 5th U. S. Artillery; 49th Infantry. 

273. June iSth. Skirmish on reconnaissance near Fair Oaks, Va. One section 6th 

Battery; Companies D and E, 2d Infantry. 

274. June I9th. Skirmish at Burnt Chimney, near Fair Oaks, Va. 63d, 6gth and 

88th Infantry. 



i6o 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1862. 

275. June igth. Artillery affair at New Bridge, Va. Battery B, 1st Battalion Ar 

tillery. 

276. June 2Oth. Skirmish at Fair Oaks, Va. 1st Infantry. 

277. June 2.1 st. Skirmish near Fair Oaks, Va. 2d Infantry, detachment 88th Infantry. 

278. June 22d. Skirmish at Leesburg, Va. Companies D and E, nth Cavalry. 

279. June 23d-24th. Skirmishes at Fair Oaks, Va. ist Infantry. 

280. June 24th. Skirmish at Tranter s Creek, N. C. Detachment 3d Cavalry, Capt. 

Jocknick. 

281. June 24th. Skirmish near Luray, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

282. June 24th. Skirmish at Orange Court House, Va. 3Oth Infantry. 

283. June 24th. Skirmish at Mechanicsville, Va. Detachment 77th Infantry. 

284. June 24th. Skirmish at Leesburg, Va. Companies D and E, nth Cavalry. 

285. June 24th-25th. Skirmishes at Fair Oaks, Chickahominy, Va. 63d, 8ist, 8sth, 

92d, p6th and gSth Infantry. 

286. June 25th-July 2d. The Seven Days Battle, Peninsular of Virginia. Includes 

losses during that time and at Oak Grove, June 25th; Mechanics 
ville, June 26th; Games Mill, Fair Oaks and Garnett s Farm, 
June 27th; Garnett s and Golding s Farms, Long Bridge and 
Bottom Bridge, June 28th; Peach Orchard, Savage Station and 
White House, June 29th; White Oak Swamp, Glendale, Charles 
City Road, Bracket s Ford and Malvern Cliff, June 3Oth; Malvern 
Hill, July ist, and rear-guard skirmishes to Harrison s Landing, 
July 2d, 1862. The loss of the 4th Corps, where reported, is from 
June 2d to July 2d, 1862. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


oi 

& 

- 
U 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


1 Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


C 

e 

o 

E 

C 


1 Enlisted 
GO men. 


1st Cav 






6 
2 

4 


Col A T McReynolds 










3 


6th Cav. 






Companies D & K, escort to Gen. 












6th Cav 






Companies F & H, escort to Gen. 
















Oneida 
Cav. Co. 
1st Art.: 
Bat y B. 
Bat y D. 
Bat y E. 
Bat y F. 
Bat y G. 
Bat y H. 
1st Bat. At. 
Bat y A. 

Bat y B. 
Bat y C. 
Bat y D. 
2d Batt.At 
Bat y A. 
1st Bat y. 
3d Bat y. 
4th Bat y. 

5th Bat y. 

6th Bat y. 
7th Bat y. 
8th Bat y. 
15th Eng. . 
50th Eng. . 






At Headquarters Army of Potomac . * 

Capt. Rufus D. Pettit 
Capt. Thomas W. Osborne * 


















1, Richardson . 
1, Hooker 

2 Smith 


1 

:< 
(i 

2 

4 

5 

E 

) 
;> 

2 
; 
(i 
3 

5 

3 

t 
4 








6 

"a 




2 
"3 


8 
"5 






With Gen. Casey at the White House* 
Capt John D Frank 




















1 


5 
j 






6 

4 
9 
6 


3, Arndt 

3, Arndt 
3, Arndt 
3, Arndt 


1, Peck 
Reserve Art. . . 

Reserve Art. . . 
Reserve Art. . . 
Reserve Art.. . 


1st Lieut. Charles E. Mink * 
Maj. Albert Arndt, Capt. Otto Diede- 




1 




2 


Capt Adolph Voegelee 




3 




g 




Capt. John Knieriem 








4 




Z 


With Batteries B & G. 1st Art * 
















Ayres 
Ayres 

1 Getty 


2. Smith 
1, Smith 
2, Hooker 

Reserve Art. . . 
2, Peck!! ... .. 


Capt. Terrence J. Kennedy * 
Capt. Thaddeus P. Mott 
Capt. Jas. E. Smith, Lieut. Jos. E. 




"S 




o 




"5 
6 


16 
6 

2 

""i 

8 


Capt. Elijah D. Taft, serving in de 
tachments with other batteries. . . 








1 




DeRussy 
West . . .!!!. !. 


Capt. Walther M. Bramhall 
Capt. Peter C. Regan * 
Capt. Butler Fitch * 
Col. John McLeod Murphy 








1 




1 

"4 

8 


Woodbury. . . . 






Col. Chas. B. Stuart 













IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



161 



1862. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


_-_ 
u 
: 
O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


a 
4 . 

t5 c 

.- <L 

cE 
W 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


1st Inf.. 
2d Inf 


3. Berry. . , 
3 Carr 


3, Kearny . . . . 
2, Hooker 


3 
3 

-, 

2 

5 
5 

5 

5 
6 

5 
6 
6 


Col. Garrett Dyckman 
Col. J. B. Carr (c), Lt.-Col. W. A. 




22 
1 

37 
15 
9 

19 

! 

30 

34 


1 
j 
4 

1 
9 

^ 


122 

106 
89 
40 
116 

.54 
167 

173 


1 
1 

"i 

1 

i 


85 

i 

14 

40 
69 
56 

67 
15 

12 


236 
10 

163 
152 
123 
201 

128 
225 

228 


5th Inf 


3 Warren 


2 Sykes 


Olmstead 


Col. G. K. Warren (c), Lt.-Col. H. 
Duryea 


1 
1 


7th Inf. . 
10th Inf. . 
12th Inf. . 
13th Inf.. 

14th Inf. . 
16th Inf. . 


1, Caldwell 
3, Warren .... 
3, Butterfield. . 
1. Martindale. . 

2, Griffin 
2, Bartlett. . . . 


1, Richardson . 
2, Sykes 
1, Morrell 
1, Morrell 

1, Morrell 
1, Slocum 


Col. George W. Von Schack 
Col John E Bendix . 


Lt -Col Robert M. Richardson. . . 


2 


Col. E. G. Marshall, Maj. F. A. 
Schoeffel 


Col. James McQuade 
Col. J. Howland (w), Lt.-Col. J. J. 
Seaver 


1 


17th Inf.. 
13th Inf. . 
20th Inf. . 


3, Butterfield.. 
3, Newton .... 
3, Davidson. . . 


1. Morrell 
1, Slocum 
2, Smith. . . 


Col. H. S. Lansing, Lt.-Col. N. B. 
Bartram, Maj. W. T. C. Grower. .* 


Lt.-Col. G. R. Myers, Maj. J. C. Me- 


2 


10 

2 

4 

12 

16 
1 


4 

1 

i 

1C 
4 


59 
10 

39 

108 

83 
43 


i 

2 


49 
51 

35 
32 

30 
16 
19 
34 

39 
39 
33 
80 

25 
29 
34 

"ii 


125 
64 

84 
162 

134 
60 
36 

62 

143 
81 
37 
102 

57 
71 
155 
3 
17 
1 


Col. Francis Weiss 


25th Inf.. 
27th Inf.. 
31st Inf. . 


1, Martindale. . 
2, Bartlett 
3, Newton. . . . 


1, Morrell 
1, Slocum 
1, Slocum 


5 

6 

fi 

6 
6 
2 
4 

9 


Maj. E. S. Gilbert (w), Capt. S. 


2 


Col. J. J. Bartlett (c), Lt.-Col. A. D. 
Adams 


Col. C. E. Pratt (w), Lt.-Col. F. E. 
Pinto . . 


1 


32d Inf. 


3, Newton . . 


1, Slocum. . . 


Col. Roderick Matheson 


33d Inf.. 
34th Inf. . 
36th Inf. . 


3, Davidson. . . 
1, Sully 
3, Palmer. . . 


2, Smith 
2, Sedgwick . . . 
1, Couch. . . . 


Col. R. F. Taylor, Maj. J. S. Platner. . 
Col James A Suiter. . . 


1 


6 
4 

7 


] 
4 


8 

20 

93 
4? 


i 

i 


Lt.-Col. D. E. Hungerford, Maj. J. 
A. Raney 




37th Inf 


3 Berry 








38th Inf . 


2, Birney. . 


3, Kearny. . . 


3 Coi. J. H. Hobart Ward 








4 




40th Inf.. 


2, Birney 


3, Kearny .... 


3 Col. Thomas W. Eean 




j 




19 




42d Inf.. 
43d Inf. . 


3, Dana 
1, Hancock . . . 


2, Sedgwick. . . 
2, Smith 


2 

6 


Col. E. C. Charles (w), Lt.-Col. J. J. 
Mooney 




2 
? 


% 


26 

40 


2 


Col. Francis L. Vinton 




44th Inf 


3 Butterfield 


1 Morrell 


5 


Lt -Col. James C Rice 




16 
1 





99 
2 




49th Inf.. 
52d Inf. . 


3, Davidson. . . 
3, French 


2, Smith 
1, Richardson . 


6 
? 


Col. Daniel D. Bidwell 
Col. Paul Frank 




55th Inf. . 


1 , Howe 


1, Couch 


4 


Lt.-Col. Louis Thourot 






1 






56th Inf. . 


1, Naglee 


2, Peck 


4 


Col. C. H. Van Wyck.. . .* 














57th Inf.. 
61st Inf. . 


3, French 
1, Caldwell... 


1, Richardson . 
1, Richardson . 


2 
? 


Col. S. K. Zook (c), Lt.-Col. P. J. 
Parisen .... ... 






1 
6 
1 

1 

1 
1 

*2 

7 
1 
1 

"i 


8 
80 
41 

18 

10 
47 
9 
40 
120 
9 
32 
67 
25 
37 


"i 
i 

"; j , 
"i 


35 
20 
1 

50 
27 
11 
36 
4 
61 
1 
78 
6 
5 
15 
11 


44 
117 

45 

70 
38 
68 
45 
47 
208 
14 
118 
87 
5 
54 
14 


Col. Francis C. Barlow 




10 

2 


62d Inf. . 


1, Howe 


1, Couch 


4 


Col. David J. Nevin 




63d Inf . . 
64th Inf. . 


2, Meagher. . . . 
3, French 


1, Richardson. 
1, Richardson . 


: 


Col. John Burke (w), Lt.-Col. Henry 
Fowler, Capt. Joseph O Neil 




Col. Thomas J. Parker 






65:h Inf.. 
66th Inf... 
67th Inf... 
69th Inf... 
70th Inf. . 


2, Abercrombie 
3, French 
2, Abercrombie 
2, Meagher. . . . 
2, Sickles 


1, Couch 
1, Richardson . 
1, Couch 


4 
2 

4 


Lt -Col. Alexander Shaler. ... 




9 

" i 

19 
3 
4 
13 
3 
?, 


Col. Joseph C. Pinckney 
Lt.-Col. Nelson Cross 




1, Richardson . 
2, Hooker 


2 

3 


Col. Robert Nugent 
Mai. Thomas Holt. . 


1 


71st Inf . 


2 Sickles 


2 Hooker 


3 : Co1. PTPO B Hall l.t -Cnl H t.. Pottpr 




72d Inf. . 


2, Sickles . 


2 Hooker 


3 

3 
3 

ii 

4 


Col Nelson Taylor. 


1 


73d Inf. . 
74th Inf.. 
77th Inf. . 
81st Inf. . 


2, Sickles 
2. Sickles 
3, Davidson. . . 
2, Wessells 


2, Hooker 
2, Hooker 
2, Smith 
2, Peck 


Capt. Alfred A. Donalds 


Col. Charles K. Graham 




Col. James B. McKean 
Maj. Wm. C. Raulston * 




2 




1 




82d Inf.. 
85th Inf.. 
87th Inf.. 
88th Inf.. 

92d Inf ... 
93d Inf ... 


1, Sully 
2, Wessells 


2, Sedgwick. . 
2, Peck . . 


2 

4 
3 
2 


Col. Henry W. Hudson 




2 


i 


9 




42 
2 

62 
12 


54 
2 

38 

129 
12 






1 , Robinson . . . 
2, Meagher 

2, Wessells 


3, Kearny 
1, Richardson . 

2. Peck 


Lt.-Col. Richard A. Bachia 
Col. Henry M. Baker, Maj. Jas. 


2 


5 
6 


2 


33 
57 




Lt.-Col. Hiram J. Anderson 
Cos. B. C, D, E, G and I at White 
House with Gen. Casey; A, F, H 
and K at headquarters Army 


96th Inf.. 
98th Inf. . 
100th Inf.. 
101st Inf.. 


2, Wessells... 
2, Wessells 
1. Naglee 
2, Birney 


2. Peck.., 
2, Peck 
2, Peck 
3, Kearny. . . . 


4 
4 
3 


Col. James Fairman 
Lt.-Col. Charles Durkee * 
Lt.-Col. Phineas Stanton * 
Col. Enrico Fardella 

Total 




1 
5 




17 


i 


79 
22 


81 
"44 


IS 

ID. j 


349 
1631 


W.) 
41. 


2253 
7650 


_>.i 
it;.-) 


1540 

5888 


4294 
15849 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 



II 



162 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1862. 

287. June 25th. Engagement at Oak Grove, Va. King s School House, French s 
Field, the Orchards, Tavern Hill, Robinson s Field, Seven Pines. 
Loss included in that of Seven Days Battle. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 


fi 


a 


t 


o 




T3 


0) 

(9 

so 








- 




o 


m C 


V 


^ ri 




tn C 










. 






.-. o 


u 


.- o 





- o 










u 







cFi 





as 





TiF 


6C 








U 




C 


W 


C 


a 


c 


a 


< 


1st Cav 








Company B, Gen. McClellan s escort* 
















1st Art.: 
























Bat y D 




2 Hooker 


1 


Capt Thomas W. Osborne * 
















5th Bat y 






3 


Lt. Henderson, detachment with 
























Bat y K, 4th U. S Art * 
















1st Inf.. 


3, Berry 


3. Kearny .... 


3 


Col. Garrett Dyckman 








6 






6 


2d Inf. . 


3, Carr 


2, Hooker 


3 


Col. Joseph B. Carr (c); Lt.-Col. W. 






1 


3 




2 


6 










A Olmstead 
















36th Inf 


3 Palmer 


1 Couch 


^ 


Lt -Col. D. E Hungerford 






1 


4 






5 


37th Inf.. 


3, Berry 


3, Kearny. . . . 


3 


Col. Samuel B. Hayman 








3 






3 


40 h Inf 


2 Birney 




: 










1 




i 


2 


70th Inf 


2 Sickles 


2 Hooke 


", 


Maj. Thomas Holt 




3 


1 


n 




i 


14 


71st Inf.. 


2, Sickles 


2, Hooke 




Lt.-Col. Henry L. Potter 




3 


1 


28 ... 


4 


36 


72d Inf.. 


2, Sickles 


2, Hooke 


3 


Col. Nelson Taylor 








23 




5 


28 


73d Inf.. 


2, Sickles 


2, Hooke 





Capt. Alfred A. Donalds 




2 


i 


24 




1 


28 


74th Inf.. 


2, Sickles 


2, Hooke 


:; 


Col. Charles K. Graham 




2 




28 






30 


87th Inf.. 


1, Robinson. . . 


3, Kearny .... 


3 


Lt.-Col. Richard A. Bachia 




4 




31 






35 


101st Inf.. 


2, Birney 


3, Kearny. . . . 


3 


Col. Enrico Fardella 




3 




I 






10 










Total 




17 


5 167 




14 


?03 










Total loss of Union forces engaged 


2 


65 


21 


483 


1 


54 


626 



288. June 26th. Battle of Mechanicsville, Va. Beaver Dam, Ellison s Mills. Loss 
included in that of Seven Days Battle. 













Killed . 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




o 









c 


o 

M 








E 




2 


M 


u 
u 


yj 0> 


- 
u 


- 


E 












i 


C 





C 


- 


c 


bo 








o 




O 


a 





w 


C 


W 


< 


ist Cav. . 






-, 


Companies F and M, Gen. Porter s 








































ist Art.: 
























Bat y E 




2, Smith. . . . 


6 


Capt. Charles C. Wheeler * 
















ist Bat n 
























Art.: 
























Bat y A 


3 Arnot 




5 


Capt Otto Diederich * 
















Bat y C 


3 Arnot 




5 


















5th Bat y 


1\ Getty 


Reserve Art. . . 


5 


Detachment with Bat y K, 5th U. S. 
























Art 








i 






1 


13th Inf. . . 


1, Martindale. . 


1, Morrell.. 


5 


Col. Elisha G. Marshall 
















14th Inf.. . 


2, Griffin 


1, Morrell 


5 


Col. James McQuade 




i 


1 


2 






4 


25th Inf 




1 Morrell. 


5 














i 


1 










Total 


















i 


1 


3 




i 


fi 










Total loss of Union forces engaged 




49 








102 






9 


198 


3 


361 



289. June 26th-2Qth. Skirmishes at Fair Oaks, Va. Seven Days Battle. Battery G, 
ist Artillery; detachment Battery A, 2d Battalion Artillery, with 
Battery G, ist Artillery; ist, 7th, 55th, 63d, 67th and 73d Infantry. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



163 



1862. 

290. June 27th. Battle of Games Mill, Va. Cold Harbor or the Chickahominy. 
Loss included in that of Seven Days Battle. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


;. 

I 
_ 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed . 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


: : Aggregate. 

OO 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


1st Cav . . 








Col. A. T. McReynolds * 














1st Cav 

1st Batt n 
Art.: 
Bat y B. 
Bat y D. 
5th Bat y. 

5th Inf. . . 

10th Inf. . . 
12th Inf... 
13th Inf. . . 


3, Arndt 


Reserve Art.. . 
Reserve Art.. . 


5 

5 


Cos. F and M, Gen. Fitz John Por 
ter s escort * 














Capt. Adolph Voegelee 




2 




6 






3, Arndt 


Capt. Edward Grimm * 














2, Getty 
3, Warren 

3, Warren 
3, Butterfield.. 
1, Martindale. . 


Reserve Art. . . 
2, Sykes 

2, Sykes . . 
1, Morrell 
1, Morrell 


6 
5 

5 
5 
5 


Detachment with Batt y K, 5th U. S. 
Art 














162 
122 
131 
120 
100 
201 
110 

45 
151 

104 

56 
55 


Col. G. K. Warren (c), Lt.-Col. 
Hiram Duryea 


1 

2 

i 
i 

2 
2 

1 


37 
8 
9 
2 
10 
31 
10 

4 

12 

16 
1 
5 


4 
4 
4 
1 
5 
8 
4 

1 

10 
4 
"4 


106 
40 
62 
50 
68 
154 
59 

17 
106 

83 
39 
18 


1 
2 
2 
1 

2 


14 
69 
52 
65 
15 
7 
35 

19 
23 


Col. John E. Bendix 
Lt.-Col. Robert M. Richardson. . . 
Col. Elisha G Marshall 


14th Inf. . . 
16th Inf. . . 
18th Inf.. . 
25th Inf. . . 


2, Griffin 
2, Bartlett. . . . 
3, Newton .... 
1, Martindale. . 


1, Morrell 
1, Slocum 
, Slocum 
, Morrell .... 


5 
6 
6 
5 

6 
6 
6 


Col. James McQuade 
Col. Joseph Rowland 
Lt.-Col. George R. Myers 
Maj. E. S. Gilbert (w), Capt. Shep- 
pard Gleason 


27th Inf. . . 
31st Inf. . . 


2, Bartlett .... 
3, Newton .... 


, Slocum 
, Slocum 


Col. Jos. J. Bartlett (c), Lt.-Col. A. 
D. Adams 


Col. Calvin E. Pratt (w), Lt.-Col. F. 
E. Pinto 


32d Inf. . . 


3, Newton .... 


, Slocum 


Col. Roderick Matheson 




16 
28 


44th Inf. . . 
52d Inf. . . 
57th Inf. . . 
63d Inf . . . 


3, Butterfield. . 
3, French 
3, French 
2, Meagher. . . . 


, Morrell 
, Richardson 
, Richardson 
, Richardson 


5 
2 

i 
2 


Lt.-Col. James C. Rice 
Col. Paul Frank * 


Col. Samuel K. Zook 








I 






1 

7 


Col. John Burke . 








1 


i 


5 


64th Inf.. . 


3, French 


, Richardson 


> 


Col. Thomas J. Parker * 








66th Inf. . . 
69th Inf.. . 
88th Inf. . . 


3, French 
2, Meagher. . . . 
2, Meagher. . . . 


, Richardson 
, Richardson 
, Richardson 


2 
2 
2 


Col. Joseph C. Pinckney 












2 
5 


2 
5 


Col. Robert Nugent 
Col. Henry M. Baker * 

Total 


















10 


147 


411 


810 


9 


:iM 
2732 


1380 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


51 


843 


164 


2943 


104 


6837 



291. June 27th. Action at Garnett s Farm, Va. Seven Days Battle. Companies A, 

C and D, ist Cavalry, escort; Battery E, 1st Artillery; Batteries 
A and C, ist Battalion Artillery; ist and 3d Batteries; detachment 
5th Battery, with Battery E, 2d U. S. Artillery; 7th, 2Oth, 33d, 43d, 
49th, 77th and 82d Infantry. 

292. June 27th. Skirmish at Swift Creek Bridge, N. C. Detachment Marine Artil 

lery. 

293. June 28th. Action at Garnett s and Golding s Farm, Va. Seven Days Battle. 

ist Cavalry, Battery E, ist Artillery; Batteries A, C and D, ist 
Battalion Artillery; ist and 3d Batteries; detachment 5th Battery, 
with Battery E, 2d U. S. Artillery; i6th, i8th, 20th, 27th, 3ist, 32d, 
33d, 43d, 49th and 77th Infantry. 

294. June 28th-29th. Skirmish at White House, Pamunkey River, Va. Battery F, 

ist Artillery; I7th Infantry. 

295. June 28th-29th. Skirmishes at Railroad and Bottom s Bridge, Va. Seven Days 

Battle. 8th Battery; s6th and looth Infantry. 

296. June 28th~30th. Skirmishes at Long Bridge, Va. Seven Days Battle. Two 

sections of Battery H, ist Artillery; 96th Infantry. 



164 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1862. 

297. June 29th. Skirmish at Jourdan s Ford, Va. Seven Days Battle. 38th, 40th 

and xoist Infantry. 

298. June 29th. Skirmish at Twin Oaks, Va. Seven Days Battle. 67th Infantry. 

299. June 29th. Engagement at Peach Orchard, Va. Allen s Farm, near Fair Oaks 

Station, Va. Seven Days Battle. Companies D and K, 6th Cav 
alry, escort; Batteries B and D, 1st Artillery; detachment Bat 
tery A, 2d Battalion Artillery, with Battery B, ist Artillery; 7th, 
34th, 42d, S2d, 57th, 6ist, 64th, 66th, 69th, 73d and 82d In 
fantry. 

300. June 29th. Battle at Savage Station, on Richmond and York River Railroad, 

Va. Seven Days Battle. One squadron ist Cavalry, Gen. Frank 
lin s escort; Companies D and K, 6th Cavalry, Gen. Sumner s es 
cort; Batteries B, D and G, ist Artillery; detachment Battery 
A, 2d Battalion Artillery, with B and G, ist Artillery; 4th Bat 
tery; detachment 5th Battery, with Battery E, 2d U. S. Artillery: 
6th Battery; 7th, 20th, 33d, 34th, 42d, 43d, 49th, 52d, 57th, 6ist, 
63d, 64th, 66th, 69th, 77th, 82d and 88th Infantry. 

301. June 30th. Skirmishes near Windsor Shade, Chickahominy River, Va. Company 

I, 99th Infantry, Capt. Lee, on steamer " C. P. Smith." 

3021 June 30th. Skirmish on reconnaissance near Luray, Va. 5th Cavalry; 28th 
Infantry. 

303. June 3oth. Skirmish at Hertford, N. C. ist Mounted Rifles, Maj. Dodge. 

304. June 30th. Skirmish at Brackett s Ford, Va. Seven Days Battle. Detachment 

5th Battery, with Battery K, 4th U. S. Artillery; 87th In 
fantry. 

305. June 30th. Engagement at White Oak Swamp Bridge, Va. Seven Days Bat 

tle. Companies A, C and D, ist Cavalry, escort; Batteries B and 
E, ist Artillery; detachment Battery A, 2d Battalion Artillery, 
with Battery B, 1st Artillery; ist and 3d Batteries; detachment 
5th Battery, with Battery K, 4th U. S. Artillery; 6th and 7th Bat 
teries; 7th, 20th, 33d, 34th, 42d, 43d, 4gth, 52d, 56th, 57th, 6ist, 64th, 
66th, 67th, 77th, 8ist, 82d, 96th, 98th and looth Infantry. 

306. June 30th. Battle of Glendale, Va., Nelson s Farm, Charles City Cross Roads, 

New Market Road, Quaker Church Road, Frazier s Farm, Willis 
Church. Seven Days Battle. Companies A, C and D, ist Cavalry, 
and D and K, 6th Cavalry, escorts; Batteries B, D, E and G. 
ist Artillery; Batteries A and C, ist Battalion Artillery; Battery 
A, 2d Battalion, with Batteries B and G, ist Artillery; 4th Bat 
tery; detachment 5th Battery, with Battery K, 4th U. S. Artillery; 
ist, 2d, 7th, i6th, i8th, 27th, 3ist, 32d, 34th, 37th, 38th, 40th. 
42d, 52d, 57th, 6ist, 63d, 64th, 66th, 69th, 7Oth, 7 ist, 7^d, 73d, 
74th, 82d, 87th, 88th and loist Infantry. 

307. June 30th. Engagement at Malvern Cliff, Va., Turkey Bend. Seven Days Bat 

tle. Companies F and M, ist Cavalry, escort to Gen. Fitz John 
Porter; Batteries D and H, ist Artillery; B and D, ist Battalion 
Artillery; detachment Battery A, 2d Battalion Artillery, with B, 
ist Artillery; 4th Battery; detachment 5th Battery, with Batteries 
E, 2d, and K, 5th U. S. Artillery; 6th, 7th and 8th Batteries; 5th, 
loth, I2th, I3th, I4th, 25th and 44th Infantry. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 165 



1862. 

308. July ist. Battle of Malvern Hill, Va., Crew s or Poindcxter s Farm. Seven 

Days Battle, ist Cavalry; Companies D, F, H and K, 6th Cav 
alry; Oneida Company Cavalry; Batteries B, D, E, G and H, ist 
Artillery; Batteries A, B, C and D, ist Battalion Artillery; Bat 
tery A, 2d Battalion Artillery; ist, 3d, 4th, sth, 6th, 7th and 8th 
Batteries; I5th and 50th Engineers; ist, 2d, 5th, 7th, loth, i2th, 
i3th, I4th, i6th, iSth, 20th, 25th, 27th, 3ist, 32d, 33d, 34th, 36th, 
37th, 38th, 40th, 42d, 43d, 44th, 49th, 52d, 55th, 56th, 57th, 6ist, 
62d, 63d, b4th, 65th, 66th, 6/th, 6pth, 70th, 7ist, 72d, 73d, 74th, 
77th, 8ist, 82d, Ssth, 87th, 88th, 92d, 93d, 96th, 98th, looth and 
loist Infantry. 

309. July ist. Skirmish near Woodstock, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

310. July 2d. Skirmishes at Crew s Farm and Carter s Hill, Va. Rear-guard 

skirmishes Seven Days Battle to Harrison s Landing. Detach 
ment ist Cavalry, Lieut. Stevenson; Battery G, ist Artillery; 
detachment Battery A, 2d Battalion Artillery with it; 7th Battery; 
42d, 56th, 65th, 7ist, 8ist, 85th, 92d, g6th, OjSth and looth Infantry. 

311. July 2d. Skirmish at Warsaw Ford, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

312. July 3d. Skirmishes at Harrison s Landing, Turkey Bend, and Gum Run 

Swamp, Va. One squadron ist Cavalry, Capt. Jones; Sth Battery; 
ist, 5th, loth, i4th, 20th, 33d, 4Oth, 49th and 77th Infantry. 

313. July 4th. Skirmish at Flipper s Orchard, Va. One company 2d Cavalry, Lieut. 

Robert London. 

314. July 4th. Skirmish on James River, near Harrison s Landing, Va. Detach 

ment of Company I, ggth Infantry, on gunboat. 

315- July 6th. Skirmish at Lewinsville, Va. Detachment 4th Artillery. 

316. July 6th. Skirmish at Sperryville, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry. 

317. July Sth. Skirmish near Middletown, Va. 4th Cavalry. 

318. July 9th. Skirmish at Hamilton, N. C. Company F, gih Infantry. 

319. July 9th. Skirmish on Long Bridge Road, Va. ist Cavalry, Col. McReynolds. 

320. July loth. Skirmish at Tranter s Creek, N. C. Detachment 3d Cavalry. 

321. July loth. Skirmish at Smithfield, Va. ist Mounted Rifles. Maj. Dodge. 

322. July i2th. Skirmish near Culpeper Court House, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

3- 3- July ijth. Skirmish at Orange Court House, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry. 

324. July i/th. Skirmish at Liberty Mills, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry. 

325. July iSth. Skirmish at Barnett s Ford, Rapidan, Va. Company A, 5th Cavalry. 

326. July 2oth. Skirmish at Beaver Dam Station, Va. 2d Cavalry, Maj. Henry E. 

Davies, Jr. 

327. July 22d. Skirmish at White House Ford, near Luray, Va. Four companies 

4th Cavalry; one section I3th Battery; four companies 68th 
Infantry. 

328. July 23d. Skirmish near Carmel Church, Va. North Anna, Po River. 2d Cav 

alry, Maj. Davies; Companies B and C, 84th Infantry. 

329. July 24th. Skirmish at Racoon Ford, Rapidan River, Va. 29th Infantry 

330. July 25th. Skirmish on the Rappahannock, Va. 28th Infantry. 

33i- July 25th. Skirmish on expedition from New Berne to Trenton and Pollocks- 

ville, N. C. Four companies 3d Cavalry. 

332. July 26th. Skirmish at Orange Court House, Va. 23d and 30th Infantry. 
333- July 26th. Skirmish at Mill Creek, near Pollocksville, N. C. Company K, 3d 

Cavalry. 
334. July 27th. Skirmish on reconnaissance from New Berne to Young s Cross 

Roads, N. C. Two companies 3d Cavalry; Graham s section of 

Battery B, Rocket Battalion. 



i66 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1862. 



335- July 28th. 



336. July 
337- July 

338. July 

339. Aug. 

340. Aug. 



29th. 
29th. 
30th. 



341. Aug. 
342. Aug. 


5th. 

5th- 


343. Aug. 


6th. 


344. Aug. 


6th. 


345. Aug. 


6th. 


346. Aug 


6th. 


347. Aug. 


6th. 


348. Aug. 
349. Aug. 


6th. 
7th- 


350. Aug. 
35i- Aug. 
352. Aug. 


8th. 
8th. 
9th. 



Skirmish on French s Farm, on New Berne Road, near Bachellor s 
Creek, N. C. Batteries C and G, 3d Artillery. 

Skirmish near Luray, Va. Detachment 4th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Sulphur Springs, Va. 45th Infantry. 

Skirmish near Harrison s Landing, Va. ist Cavalry. 
2d. Skirmish near Orange Court House, Va. 5th Cavalry, Col. DeFor- 

rest and Maj. Hammond. 

5th. Engagement at Malvern Hill, Va. 6th Battery; 2d, 59th, 7oth, 72d, 
73d and 82d Infantry. 

Skirmish at Bowling Green, near Fredericksburg, Va. 3Oth Infantry. 

Action between troops in the Martello Tower, Tybee Island, Ga., 
and the blockade runner " Ladona." Company I, 48th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Frederick Hall Station, Va. Eight companies 2d Cav 
alry, Maj. Davies, Jr. 

Action at Massaponix, Va. Mattapony Creek; Thornburg. 22d, 24th, 
30th and 84th Infantry. 

Skirmish at and near the fork of the Trenton and Kinston Road, 
N. C. Nine companies 3d Cavalry. 

Skirmish on reconnaissance to Swift Creek, N. C. Detachment Ma 
rine Artillery. 

Skirmish on reconnaissance to Neuse River, near Kinston, N. C. 
Detachment Marine Artillery. 

Skirmish near Po River Crossing, Va. Company C, 2ist Infantry. 
7th~9th. Skirmish on reconnaissance from Pensacola to Bagdad and Mil 
ton, Fla. Companies A and B, 6th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Orange Court House, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Rappahannock Station, Va. 4ist Infantry. 

Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va.; Cedar Run; Slaughter Mountain. 
By portions of the Army of Virginia. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


8 

a 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed . 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 

men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


2d Cav. . 
4th Cav 






3 
1 

3 

7! 


Army of Virginia, detachment * 
















Army of Virginia, Lt.-Col. Ferris 
Nazer * 
















5th Cav 






Army of Virginia, escort at Corps 
Headquarters, detachment 

Capt. Lorenzo Crounse * 




1 










1 


1st Art.: 
Bat y K 
Bat y L. 
Bat y M 
2d Art.: 
Bat y L. 
10th Bat y 
26th Inf. . 


















> 
2 

2 

2 
3 


Capt. John A. Reynolds * 




















1st Lieut. Charles E. Winegar * 




















Capt. Jacob Roemer 






j 








1 






Capt. John T. Bruen * 














2, Tower 


2, Ricketts. . . . 


Col. Wm. H. Christian * 
















28th Inf. . 

78th Inf. . 
83d Inf. . 
94th Inf. . 
97th Inf.. 
102d Inf. . 


1 , Crawford . . . 

3, Greene 
3, Hartsuff 
2, Tower 


1, Williams.. . . 

2, Augur 
2, Ricketts 
2, Ricketts 
2, Ricketts 
2, Augur 


2 

2 
3 
3 
3 
2 

3 


Col. Dudley Donnelly (w), Lt.-Col. 
E. F. Brown (w), Maj. Elliott W. 
Cook (m) 


1 


20 

i 


6 

1 


73 
21 
1 


10 


103 


213 

2 


Lt.-Col. Jonathan Austin 
Maj. Allan Rutherford 


Col. Adrian R. Root * 












1, Duryea 
2, Prince 


Lt.-Col. John P. Spofford 








I 






1 

115 


Col. David P. DeWitt (c), Maj. Jas. 
C. Lane 


1 


14 


8 


77 


1 


14 


104th Inf 




2 Ricketts 


Lt.-Col. Lewis C. Skinner * 


105th Inf. . 


1, Duryea 


2, Ricketts. . . . 


3 


Col. Howard Carroll 






1 

17 


1 
180 


11 
37 


117 


8 
363 


Total 


2 


36 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


26 


288 102 


1343 


585 


2381 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



167 



353- Aug. 



354. Aug. 
355- Aug. 
356. Aug. 
357- Aug. 
358. Aug. 


nth. 
nth. 
i2th. 
12th. 

I3th. 


359. Aug. 
360. Aug. 


I4th. 
i5th. 


361. Aug. 


1 5th. 


362. Aug. 


i6th-! 



1862. 

Qth-ioth. Skirmish on reconnaissance from Pensacola to Bagdad and Mil 
ton, Fla. Companies H and K, Qist Infantry. 

Skirmish at Cedar Mountain, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Cedar Creek, Va. 45th Infantry. 

Skirmish near Cedar Mountain, Va. 9th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Rockville, Md. Company B, nth Cavalry. 

Skirmish on reconnaissance toward Orange Court House, Va. 5th 
Cavalry, Col. DeForrest. 

Skirmish at Orange Court House, Va. 6th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Freeman s Ford, Rappahannock River, Va. 4ist In 
fantry. 

Skirmish at Rappahannock River, below Falmouth, Va. Detach 
ment of Company K, gth Infantry. 

ept. 2d. Operations in Northern Virginia. Gen. Pope s campaign. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


h 
O 

u 


>. 



i 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men 


2d Cav. . . 
4th Cav 






3 

1 


Va. 

Va 


Col. J. Mansfield Davies 


2 


9 
1 


1 


26 
12 


1 


44 
51 
4 

3 
10 


85 
64 
5 

7 

10 

8 


RparHslpv 




Lt.-Col. Ferris Nazer 


5th Cav RiifnrH 







Va 


Col. Othneil DeForest 




1 






1 


9th Cav . . 


Beardsley 




1 


Va. 

Va 


Col. John Beardsley (c), Maj. 
Charles McL. Knox 




9 




1 


1st Art.: 
Bafy C. 
Bat y I. 
Bat y K 
Bat y L. 
Bat y M 
2d Art.: 
Bat y L. 

2 1 R g. Ar. 

2d Battery 
Art .... 
10th Bat y 
Art 


Reserve Corps. 


Sturgis 


Lieut. Samuel R. James 










1 
2 

:; 
? 


Va. 
Va. 
Va. 
Va 


Capt Michael Wiedrich 




1 


1 


6 




Best 




1st Lieut. Solon W. Stocking. . .* 










1, Hatch 


Capt. John A. Reynolds 




? 




8 




1 


11 


Best 




Capt. George W. Cothran * 












2, Kryzanow- 


3, Shimmel- 
pfenning 
Sturgis 


1 


Va. 
Va 


Capt. Jacob Roemer t 








2 






2 
44 

2 


Reserve Corps. 
1, Stahel 


Col. Gustavus Waagner 








7 




37 


1, Schenck. . . . 


1 
? 


Va. 
Va 


Lieut. F. J. Theodore Bluhme. . . 




2 








Capt. John T. Bruen ....* 














llth Bat y 
Art .... 
13th Bat y 
Art 


Reserve Corps. 


Sturgis 


1 
3 


Va. 

Va. 
Po 


Capt. A. Von Puttkammer 
Capt. Julius Dieckmann 




1 




3 
1? 




20 


23 

13 
119 

83 

297 
17 
115 

143 
115 


1st- Inf 


2 Birney 


1, Kearney. . . . 


Maj. Edwin Burt, 3d Maine Vols. 




17 

11 
76 

Q 


1 

6 
7 


80 

55 

163 
1 
63 

57 
71 


2 
1 


17 

11 

48 
10 
25 

64 
10 


2d Inf.. 

5th Inf... 
8th Inf 


3, Carr 

3, Warren 
1 Stahel 


2, Hooker 
2, Sykes 


3 

6 

1 
5 
5 

5 

:. 
6 

3 

:: 
3 


Po. 

Po. 

Va. 
Po. 
Po. 

Po. 
Po. 
Po. 

Va. 

Va. 
Va 


Col. Joseph B. Carr (c), Capt. 
Sidney W. Park, Maj. George 
W. Willson 




Col. G. K. Warren (c), Capt. C 
Winslow 


3 


Lt -Col. Carl B. Hedterich t 


10th Inf 


3 Warren 2. Svkes ... 


Col. John E. Bendix 


1 


22 

15 

27 


2 

6 
4 


12th Inf. . . 
13th Inf 


3, Butterfield. . 
1, Roberts. . . . 


1, Morrell 
, Morrell . . 


Col. Henry A. Weeks (c w), 
Capt. A. I. Root (w), Capt. 


Col. Elisha G. Marshall 


3 


14th Inf 


2 Griffin 


, Morrell 


Col. James McQuade * 


17th Inf. . . 

21st Inf... 
22d Inf. . . 
23d Inf. . . 


3, Butterfield. . 

3, Patrick 
1. Sullivan ... 
3, Patrick 


, Morrell 
Hatch 


Col. Henrv S. Lansing (c), Maj. 
W. T. "C. Grower (w), Capt. 


3 
2 
6 


17 
11 
14 
1 

31 


9 
S 
13 
2 

9 


101 
101 
66 
15 

106 
A 


"4 

2 


53 

42 
77 
26 

84 
13 

37 
7 

?0 


183 
161 
180 
44 

237 
19 

169 
7 

151 


Col William F. Rogers 


, Hatch 
, Hatch 


Col Walter Phelps Jr 


Lt.-Col. N. M. Crane 


24th Inf... 

25th Inf. . . 
26th Inf 


1, Sullivan. . . . 

1 . Roberts .... 
2 Tower 


, Hatch 

1. Morrell 
2 Ricketts.. 


3 

5 
3 

2 
1 


Va. 

Po. 
Va. 

Va. 
Va. 


Col. Timothy Sullivan (c), Lt.- 
Col. S. R. Beardsley (w), Maj. 
A. J. Barney (k), Capt. John 
D O Brian 


5 




Col. Wm. H. Christian (c), Lt.- 
Col R H Richardson 


3 


23 


3 


103 




28th Inf. . . 
29th Inf.. . 


1, Crawford . . . 
1 Koltes 


1, Williams.. . . 
2, Von Stein- 
wehr. . . . 


Capt Theophilus Fitzgerald .... 


Col. C. Soest (w), Maj. Louis 
Hartmann . . 




n 


7 


101 


1 





i68 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1862. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


^ 








>. 

C 

< 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed . 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


30th Inf.. 
35th Inf 


I, Sullivan .... 
3, Patrick 


1, Hatch 
1, Hatch 


3 

a 

3 
3 

3 


Va. 

Va. 
Po. 
Po. 
Po 


Col. E. Frisby (k), Lt.-Col. W. 
M. Searing . 


4 


22 
10 


6 
2 


88 
43 

3, 


2 


61 

28 


1S3 
83 
3 
38 
147 

103 

71 
47 

23 
89 

161 

57 
1 

92 

28 

114 

37 

50 
98 
147 

1 

105 
279 
83 

129 
118 
68 

147 
113 
111 

124 


Col. Newton B. Lord 


37th Inf 


3, Poe 


1, Kearny 


Col. S. B. Hayman 




38th Inf 






Col. J. H. Hobart Ward 


1 


2 
12 

26 

5 
5 

4 

10 

12 
14 


3 

7 

1 
6 

1 

4 
2 


28 
100 

59 

42 
35 

15 
57 

121 

30 
1 


2 


2 
28 

16 

18 
7 

2 
22 

22 
11 


40th Inf 


2, Birney 


1, Kearny 


Col. Thomas W. Egan 


41st Inf.. 
44th Inf. . 

45th Inf. . 
46th Inf 


1, Stahel 
3, Butterfield. . 

1, Stahel 
2, Leasure .... 


1, Schenck. . . . 
1, Morrell 

1, Schenck .... 
1, Stevens .... 


1 

5 

1 
8 


Va. 
Po. 
Va. 


Col. Leopold Von Gilsa (c), Lt.- 
Col. Ernest Von Holmstedt. . . 
Col. James C. Rice (c), Maj. 
F. Conner 


1 


Lt.-Col. E. Count Wratislaw. . . . 
Col. R. Rosa (w), Lt.-Col. Jos. 
Gerhardt 


1 
2 


51st Inf. . 
54th Inf.. 

58th Inf.. 

60th Inf. . 
68th Inf. . 

70th Inf. . 

71st Inf.. 

72d Inf.. 
73d Inf.. 
74th Inf 


2, Ferrero 
2, Kryzanow- 


2, Reno 
3, Shimmel- 
pfenning. 

3, Shimmel 
pfenning. 

2, Greene 
2, Von Stein- 


(i 
] 

i 

2 

1 
3 

3 
3 

3 


Va. 
Va. 

Va. 

Va. 
Po. 
Po. 

Po. 
Po. 
Po 


Col. Robert B. Potter 

Lt.-Col. C. Ashby (\v), Maj. S. 
Kovacs 


2, Kryzanow- 
ski . 


Col. W. Kryzanowski (c), Maj. 
W. Henkel (w), Capt. Fred 
erick Braun 


3, Tait 
1, Koltes 

2, Taylor 
2, Taylor 

2, Taylor 
2, Taylor 
2, Taylor 


Col. Wm. B. Goodrich 




Lt -Col. John H. Kleefish 




13 
1 

18 
5 

8 
8 
10 


2 
2 

5 
2 

4 

. 
9 


66 
15 

62 
23 

36 
59 
79 




11 
10 

27 
7 


2, Hooker 
2. Hooker 

2, Hooker 
2, Hooker 
2, Hooker 


Capt. Charles L. Young 




Lt.-Col. H. L. Potter (w), Capt. 
Owen Murphy, Capt. W. A. 


2 


Col. Nelson Taylor (c), Capt. H. 
J Bliss 


Capt. A. A. Donalds (k), Capt. 
M W Burns 


2 

j 

1 


Maj. E. L. Price 




19 
48 
1 

16 

80 
48 

38 
38 
50 

45 
90 
59 

16 


76th Inf.. 
78th Inf 


2, Doubleday. . 
3, Tait 


1, Hatch 
2, Greene .... 


3 

2 
9 


Va. 
Va. 


Col W. P. Wainwright 


Lt -Col. Jonathan Austin 


79th Inf 


3, Farnsworth . 


1, Stevens 


Col. A. Farnsworth (c), Maj. W. 
St. G. Elliott (w), Capt. J. 
More (w), Lt.-Col. David 




9 
31 

10 


5 

e 


74 
156 
9 1 ) 


1 
2 


80th Inf.. 
83d Inf.. 
84th Inf. . 


3, Patrick 
3, Hartsuff. . . . 
1, Sullivsn .... 


1, Hatch 
2, Ricketts 
1, Hatch 


3 
3 
3 

3 
3 

3 
3 
3 

2 
3 
^ 


Va. 
Va. 
Va 


Col. G. W. Pratt (k), Lt.-Col. T. 
B Gates 


1 


Col. J. W. Stiles (c), Maj. A. 
Rutherford 


Lt.-Col. E. B. Fowler (w), Maj. 


2 

"i 


7 
13 
3 

21 

3 
6 

6 


8 
1 

6 
"3 

7 


72 
66 

7 

75 
20 
39 

94 


4 

"7 

"3 
1 


86th Inf. . 
87th Inf. . 
94th Inf. . 

95th Inf. . 
07th Inf. . 
101st Inf. . 

102d Inf. . 
104th Inf.. 
105th Inf.. 


Piatt 
1, Robinson. . . 
2, Tower. . . . 


Sturgis 
1, Kearny 
2, Ricketts 

1, Hatch 
2, Ricketts 
1, Kearny 

2, Greene 
2, Ricketts. . . . 
2 Ricketts 


Va. 
Po. 
Va. 

Va. 
Va. 
Po. 

Va. 
Va. 
Va 


W H DeBevoise 


Lt.-Col. Richard A. Bachia 
Col. A. R. Root (w), Lt.-Col. C. 
Littlefield 


2, Doubleday. . 
1, Duryea 
2, Birney 

2, Schlaudeker. 
1, Duryea 
1, Duryea 


Lt.-Col. James B. Post 
Lt -Col John P Spofford 


i 


Lt.-Col. N. A. Gesner, 40th N. Y. 
Vols 


Maj J C Lane . * 




Maj. Lewis C. Skinner 


i 


4 
6 


2 


37 
24 


1 


44 
44 

1622 


89 
74 

5325 








Total 


51 


616 


ISO 
401 


2817 


39 

106 


Total loss of Union forces 


132 


1615 


7991 


4157 


14462 





t Loss incompletely reported. 

363. Aug. i6th. Skirmish at Rapidan River, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 4th Cavalry. 

364. Aug. i6th. Skirmish near Great Falls, Va. Co. B, nth Cavalry, Lieut. Holmes. 

365. Aug. I7th. Skirmish at Louisa Court House, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 5th 

Cavalry. 

366. Aug. iSth. Skirmish at Rapidan Station, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 2d 

Cavalry. 

367. Aug. iSth-ioth. Skirmishes at Rappahannock Station, Va. Gen. Pope s cam 

paign, roth Battery. 

368. Aug. igth. Skirmish on Culpeper Road, Va. 6th Cavalry. 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 169 

1862. 

369. Aug. 20th. Skirmish on Neuse River Road, N. C, thirteen miles from New 

Berne. Detachment 3d Cavalry. 

370. Aug. 2Oth. Skirmish at Harriett s Ford, Rapidan River, Va. Companies A, B 

and M, 6th Cavalry. 

371. Aug. 20th. Action at Brandy Station, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 2d Cavalry. 

372. Aug. 2Oth. Action and skirmishes at and near Rappahannock Station, Va. Gen. 

Pope s campaign. 2d Cavalry; Q7th, iO4th and rosth Infantry. 

373. Aug. 21 st. Action at Kelly s Ford, Rappahannock River, Va. Gen. Pope s 

campaign. 5th Cavalry; 5ist and 79th Infantry. 

374. Aug. 2ist. Skirmishes along the Rappahannock River, Va. Gen. Pope s cam 

paign. Batteries K and L, ist Artillery; loth Battery; 2ist, 22d, 
23d, 24th, 26th, 30th, 35th, 76th, Both, 84th, 94th, 95th, 97th, iO4th 
and io5th Infantry. 

375. Aug. 22d. Skirmish at Beverly Ford, Rappahannock River, Va. Gen. Pope s 

campaign. Battery K, ist Artillery. 

376. Aug. 22d. Engagement at Catlett s Station, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 2d 

Cavalry. 

377. Aug. 22d. Skirmishes along the Rappahannock River, Va. Gen. Pope s cam 

paign. Battery L, ist Artillery; 83d, 97th, iO4th and io5th Infantry. 

378. Aug. 22d. Action at Freeman s Ford Rappahannock River, Va. Gen. Pope s 

campaign. 9th Cavalry; Battery I, ist Artillery; I3th Battery. 

379. Aug 22d. Skirmish at Fox s Ford, Rappahannock River, Va. Gen. Pope s 

campaign. 54th and s8th Infantry. 

380. Aug. 23d. Engagement at Rappahannock Station, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 

Batteries I and L, ist Artillery; Battery L, 2d Artillery; 2d and 
loth Batteries; 8th, 26th, 28th, 4ist, 45th, 83d, 84th, 94th, 97th, 
I04th and iO5th Infantry. 

381. Aug. 23d. Skirmish at Culpeper, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. Detachment 2d 

Cavalry. 

382. Aug. 23d. Action at Great Run, near Sulphur Springs, Va. Gen. Pope s cam 

paign, gth Cavalry. 

383. Aug. 23d. Skirmish near Leonardstown, Md. Detachment nth Cavalry, Maj. 

Remington. 

384. Aug. 23d~24th. Action at Beverly Ford, Rappihannock River, Va. Gen. Pope s 

campaign. Batteries K and M, ist Artillery. 

385. Aug. 23d-24th. Skirmish at Norman s Ford, Rappahannock River, Va. Gen. 

Pope s campaign. Soth Infantry. 

386. Aug. 23d-24th. Action at and near Sulphur Springs, Va. Warrenton Springs. 

Gen. Pope s campaign. 2d, 5th and 9th Cavalry; Batteries I and 
M, ist Artillery; Battery L, 2d Artillery; loth and I3th Batteries; 
28th, 29th, 4ist, 46th, 5ist, 54th, s8th, 6oth, 78th and 79th Infantry. 

387. Aug. 24th. Action at Jones Ford, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 9th Cavalry. 

388. Aug. 24th. Skirmish near Fairfax Court House, Va. Company D, nth Cavalry, 

Lieut. Holmes. 

389. Aug. 24th-25th. Action at Waterloo Bridge, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 4th 

Cavalry; Battery I, ist Artillery; 2d and I3th Batteries; 8th, 29th, 
41 st, 45th, 54th, 58th and 68th Infantry. 

300. Aug. 25th. Skirmish at Deep Creek, Va. Great Run. Gen. Pope s campaign. 
9th Cavalry. 

391. Aug. 25th. Skirmish in Fairfax County, Va. Company B, nth Cavalry. 

392. Aug. 26th. Action at Sulphur Springs, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. Battery L, 

ist Artillery; 2ist, 22d, 23d, 24th, 30th, 35th, 76th, Soth, 84th and 
95th Infantry. 



170 IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

1862. 

393. Aug. 26th. Skirmish at Bristoe Station, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 4th 

Cavalry. 

394. Aug. 26th. Skirmish at Manassas Junction, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. De 

tachment 2d Cavalry. 

395. Aug. 26th. Capture of Manassas Station, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. One sec 

tion Battery C, ist Artillery; nth Battery. 

396. Aug. 26th. Skirmish at Silver Springs, Md. Detachment nth Cavalry, Lieut. 

E. C. Hand. 

397. Aug. 27th. Action at Bull Run Bridge, Va. Centreville. Gen. Pope s campaign. 

2d Artillery; one section nth Battery. 

398. Aug. 27th. Skirmish near Salem and White Plains, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 

4th and 9th Cavalry. 

399. Aug. 27th. Action near Sulphur Springs, Va. Detachment loth Cavalry. 

400. Aug. 27th. Engagement at Kettle Run, Va. Bristoe Station. Gen. Pope s cam 

paign. 2d; 7oth, Capt. Chas. L. Young; 7ist, Lt.-Col. H. L. Pot 
ter (w), Capt. O. Murphy; 72d, Col. Nelson W. Taylor (c), Capt. 
H. J. Bliss; 73d, Capt. A. A. Donalds (k), Capt. M. W. Burns; 
74th, Maj. E. L. Price; and three companies 87th Infantry. 

401. Aug. 27th. Action near Gainesville, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. Battery L, 2d 

Artillery. 

402. Aug. 27th. Skirmish near Bull Run, Va. Company B, nth Cavalry, Capt. 

Davenport. 

403. Aug. 28th. Skirmish near Centreville, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 5th Cavalry; 

Battery E, ist Artillery; ist and 38th Infantry. 

404. Aug. 28th. Skirmish near Bull Run, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 2d Battery. 

405. Aug. 28th. Skirmish at Burke s Station, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. i8th and 

3ist Infantry. 

406. Aug. 28th. Engagement at Thoroughfare Gap, Va. Haymarket. Gen. Pope s 

campaign. 2d Cavalry; 26th, 83d, 94th, 97th, iO4th and iO5th 
Infantry. 

407. Aug. 28th. Engagement near Gainesville, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. Battery 

L, ist Artillery; 2ist, 22d, 23d, 24th, 30th, 35th, 76th, Soth, 84th 
and 95th Infantry. 

408. Aug. 28th. Skirmish near Centreville, Va. Detachment Company H, nth 

Cavalry. 

409. Aug. 29th. Skirmish near Manassas Junction, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. I3th 

and 44th Infantry. 

410. Aug. 29th. Battle at Groveton, Va. Manassas Plains. Gen. Pope s campaign. 

2d, 4th, 5th and 9th Cavalry; Batteries I and L, ist Artillery; Bat 
tery L, 2d Artillery; 2d, loth and i3th Batteries; ist, 2d, 8th, 2ist, 
22d, 23d, 24th, 29th, 30th, 35th, 37th, 38th, 40th, 4131, 45th, detach 
ment 46th, 5ist, 54th, 58th, 68th, 7oth, 7ist, 72d, 73d, 74th, 76th, 
79th, Soth, 84th, 87th, 95th and loist Infantry. 

411. Aug. 3oth. Skirmish at Lewis Ford, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 5th Cavalry. 

412. Aug. 30th. Skirmish at Kelly s Ford, Va. 6th Cavalry. 

413. Aug. 3oth. Skirmish near Frying Pan, Va. Detachment loth Cavalry. 

414. Aug. 30th. Skirmish at Plymouth, N. C. Company F, gth Infantry. 

415. Aug. 30th. Battle of Bull Run, Va. Groveton Heights. Second Manassas. Gen. 

Pope s campaign. 2d, 4th and 9th Cavalry; Batteries I, K and L, 
1st Artillery; Battery L, 2d Artillery; 2d. loth and I3th Batteries; 
ist, 2d, 5th, 8th, loth, I2th, i3th, I7th, 2ist, 22d, 23d, 24th, 25th, 
26th, 29th, 30th, 35th, 37th, 38th, 40th, 4ist, 44th, 45th, 46th, 5ist, 
54th, 58th, 68th, 7oth, 7ist, 72d, 73d, 74th, 76th, 79th, Soth, 83d, 
84th, 86th, 87th, 94th, 95th, 97th, loist, iO4th and io5th Infantry. 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 171 



1862. 

416. Aug. 3ist. Skirmish at Little River Turnpike, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 

2d Cavalry. 

417. Aug. 3ist. Skirmish near Centreville, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 4th and gth 

Cavalry; 46th and 79th Infantry. 

418. Aug. 3ist. Skirmish at Germantown, Va. Centreville; Manassas. Detachment 

loth Cavalry. 

419. Aug. 3ist. Skirmish at Fairfax Court House, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 2ist, 

23d and 35th Infantry. 

420. Sept. ist. Skirmishes at the crossing of the Difficulty, on Little River Turn 

pike, and at Fairfax Court House, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 
5th Cavalry; Battery L, ist Artillery; 22d, 24th, 26th, 3oth, 83d, 
84th, 94th, 97th, iO4th and losth Infantry. 

421. Sept. ist. Battle of Chantilly, Va. Oxhill. Gen. Pope s campaign, ist, 37th, 

38th, 4Oth, 46th, 5ist, 79th, 8oth and loist Infantry. 

422. Sept. 1st. Skirmish near Centreville, Va. Battery B, ist Artillery, and part of 

Battery A, 2d Battalion Artillery, with it; 2d and 78th Infantry. 

423. Sept. 2d. Skirmish near Fairfax Court House, Va. Gen. Pope s campaign. 

9th Cavalry; 82d Infantry. 

424. Sept. 2d. Skirmish on Germantown Road, Va. Battery B, ist Artillery, and 

part of Battery A, 2d Battalion Artillery, with it. 

425. Sept. 2d. Skirmish near Rockville, Md. Detachment Company D, nth Cavalry. 

426. Sept. 3d. Skirmish near Centreville, Va. loth Cavalry, Maj. Kemper; 64th 

Infantry. 

427. Sept. 3d. Skirmish at Silver Springs, Md. Detachment nth Cavalry. Lieut. 

Hand. 

428. Sept. 4th. Skirmish near Fairfax Court House, Va. 4th Cavalry, Lt.-Col. F. 

Nazer; 9th Cavalry, Col. Beardsley, Maj. Knox; 35th Infantry. 

429. Sept. 4th. Skirmishes at Hall s Hill and Fall s Church, Va. 26th and 30th 

Infantry. 

430. Sept. 4th. Skirmish on reconnaissance near Charlestown, W. Va. Detachment 

8th Cavalry, Capt. B. F. Foote. 

431. Sept. 4th. Skirmish at South Mills, Va., Sandy Cross Roads, on expedition 

from Suffolk. Two companies ist Mounted Rifles, Maj. Wheelan. 

432. Sept. 4th~5th. Skirmishes at Point of Rocks and Berlin, Md. Detachment 

Company A, 5th Artillery. 
433- Sept. 5th. Skirmish near Leesburg, Va. Five companies nth Cavalry. 

434. Sept. 6th. Skirmish at Seneca Creek, Md. Detachment ist Cavalry, Lieut. 

Laverty. 

435. Sept. 6th~7th. Attack on, and defense of, Washington, N. C. Companies D, G, 

H, I and L, 3d Cavalry, Maj. Mix; Batteries G and H, 3d Artil 
lery, Capts. Wall and Riggs; detachment Marine Artillery, Capt. 
Nicoll (k). 

436. Sept. 6th~7th. Skirmishes at Point of Rocks, Berlin, Knoxville and Sandy 

Hook, Md. Company A, 5th Artillery. 

437. Sept. 8th. Skirmish at Summit Point, Va. 8th Cavalry. 

438. Sept. 8th. Skirmish at Table Church, Md. 21 st Infantry. 

439- Sept. gth Skirmish at Tranter s Creek, N. C. Detachment 3d Cavalry, Capt. 
G. F. Jocknick. 

440. Sept. 9th. Skirmish at Williamsburg, Va. Detachment 6th Cavalry; Les 

Enfants Perdus. 

441. Sept. 9th-ioth. Skirmishes near Hyattstown, Md. A battalion of ist Cavalry, 

Maj. Adams; detachment 6th Cavalry, Lieut. F. A. Easton. 

442. Sept. roth-nth. Skirmish at Sugar Loaf Mountain, Md. 43d Infantry. 



172 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1862. 

443. Sept. I2th. Skirmish at Frederick City, Md.. ist Cavalry, Col. McReynolds; 6th 

Cavalry; 5ist Infantry. 

444. Sept. I2th-isth. Siege and surrender of Harper s Ferry, W. Va. Losses in 

actions at Maryland Heights, Sept. I2th-i3th; Harper s Ferry and 
Bolivar Heights, Sept. I4th-I5th, included. Many wounded fell in 
the hands of the enemy and are again counted with the captured. 



ORGANI 
ZATIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


n 
O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


8th Cav 






oi 


Col B. F. Davis 










5 

9 

10 
30 
28 
38 
30 

30 


87 

256 

520 
934 
950 

881 
946 

530 


92 

267 

545 
981 
989 
922 
1031 

560 


5th Art.: 
Bat y A. 
Bat y F. 
39th Inf 


4, Ward . . 
3 Ford 


Miles 
Miles 


: 
O 


Capt John H Graham \ 




2 




6 
10 
1 
38 


Capt. Eugene McGrath J 


D Utassy 




Col. F. G. D Utassy 


lllth Inf 


D Utassy 


Miles 


j-- 


Col. Jesse Segoine 




5 




115th Inf 


D Utassy 


Miles 


4^ 


Col. Simeon Sammons 






1 


125th Inf . 
126th Inf. . 
12th Regt. 
Nat. G d 


2 Trimble . 


Miles 


Middle Dcpartm 


Col. Geo. L. Willard 




2 


2, Trimble .... 
4, Ward 


Miles 
Miles 


Col. E. Sherrill (w).Maj.W. H. Baird 
Col. Wm. G. Ward (c) 
Total 


1 


12 

21 


4 


1 


5 


70 


L86 


5104 


5387 


Total loss of Union troops engaged 


3 


41 


13 


160 


435 


12085 


12737 



445. Sept. I2th. Skirmish at Solomon s Gap, W. Va. Siege of Harper s Ferry. 3gth 

Infantry. 

446. Sept I2th. Skirmish on reconnaissance at Halltown, W. Va. Siege of Harper s 

Ferry. 8th Cavalry. 

447. Sept. I2th-i3th. Action at Maryland Heights, Md. Siege of Harper s Ferry. 

Companies A and F, 5th Artillery; Company I, I2th Regiment, 
National Guard; 39th, nith and I26th Infantry. 

448. Sept. I3th. Skirmish at Jefferson City, Md. 9th, Sgth and I03d Infantry. 

449. Sept. I3th. Skirmish at Jefferson Pass, Md. 2Oth and 33d Infantry. 

450. Sept. I4th-i5th. Action at Bolivar Heights, W. Va. Siege of Harper s Ferry. 

Batteries A and F, 5th Artillery; iisth, I25th and I26th Infantry. 

451. Sept. I4th. Battle of Crampton s Pass, Md. South Mountain; in front of 

Burkitsville. 



ORGANI 
ZATIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


E 

u 

o 

u 

6 
6 
6 
6 



6 
8 

ft 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
[ men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


1st Bat y 
16th Inf. . 
18th Inf. . 


Ayres 

2, Bartlett 
3, Newton .... 


2 Smith 
1 Slocum 
1 Slocum 
9 Smith 


* 
















Lt.-Col. Joel J. Seaver 
Lt -Col Geo R Myers 


i 


20 
10 


1 
1 


40 
40 




" 2 


61 
54 




27th Inf . . 

31st Inf. . 
32d Inf... 


2, Bartlett. . . . 

3, Newton .... 
3, Newton .... 


1 Slocum 

1 Slocum 
1 Slocum 

9 RmUVl 


Col. J. J. Bartlett (c), Lt.-Col. A. D. 




6 
1 

10 


2 
3 


25 
3 

37 






33 
4 

51 


Lt.-Col. Francis E. Pinto, 32d Inf. . . 
Col. R. Matheson (w), Maj. Geo. F. 


i 






T.t -Col. Toseoh W. Corninc * 







IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1862. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 



O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed . 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


:-= 
Z 


Enlisted 

men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


43d Inf. . 


1, Hancock . . . 


2, Smith 


6 

8 


Major John Wilson * 
















49th Inf. . 


3, Irwin 


2, Smith 


Lt.-Col. W. C. Alberger * 
















77th Inf 




2 Smith 


6 

6 


Capt Nathan S Babcock .... * 
















121st Inf. . 


2, Bartlett. . . . 


1, Slocum. . . 


Col. Richard Franchot * 
























Total 






7 
19 










2 
5 


47 
108 


145 
399 





2 
2 


21.3 
523 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 



* No reports. 

452. Sept. I4th. Battle of South Mountain, Md. Boonsborough; Boonsborough Gap; 
Turner s Pass in front of Middletown. 



ORGANI 
ZATIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


(H 

O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 

men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


2J Cav 






1 
9 

1 




Cos. A, B, I and K, Gen. Hooker s 
escort 
















6th Cav 






Col. Thomas C. Devin, eight com 
panies 
















1st Art.: 
Bat y L. 
9th Inf.. 
21st Inf 




1, Doubleday. . 
3, Rodman. . . . 


Capt. John A. Reynolds 
















1, Fairchild. . . 
3 Patrick 


Lt.-Col. Edgar A. Kimball 














1, Hatch 


1 


Col. Wm. F. Rogers 




1 - 


S 






4 

SO 
6 
26 



9 
13 
9 
16 

20 
12 


22d Inf.. 
23d Inf 


1, Phelps, Jr... 
3 Patrick 


1, Hatch 
1, Hatch. . . 


1 
1 


Col. Walter^Phelps, Jr. (c), Lt.-Col. 
John McKee, Jr 




10 


1 


19 
fi 






Col. Henry C. Hoffman 








24th Inf. . 


1, Phelps, Jr. . 


1, Hatch 


1 


Capt. John D. O Brian 




1 


3 


22 
2 






26th Inf. . 

30th Inf. . 

3oth Inf. . 
46th Inf. . 
51st Inf. . 


2, Christian. . . 

1, Phelps, Jr. . 
3, Patrick 
2, Welsh 
2, Ferrero 


2, Ricketts. . . . 

1, Hatch... 
1, Hatch 
1, Willcox. . . . 
2, Sturgis 


1 

1 

1 

g 

9 


Col. Wm. H. Christian (c), Lt.-Col. 
R. H. Richardson 








Col. Wm. M. Searing 
Col. Newton B. Lord 
Lt.-Col. Joseph Gerhardt 




4 .. 
2 ... 
2 1 
3 .. 

2 1 


5 
10 
6 
12 

17 
1? 




.... 


Col. Robert B. Potter 


1 






76th Inf. . 
79th Inf. . 


2, Doubleday. . 
1, Christ 


I Hatch 


i 

9 


Col. Wm. P. Wainwright (c, w), Capt. 
And. J. Grover 


1, Willcox. . 


Lt.-Col. David Morrison 








80th Inf. . 
83d Inf . . 


3, Patrick 
3, Hartsuff. . . . 


1, Hatch 
2, Ricketts. . . . 


1 
1 


Lt.-Col. Theodore B. Gates 












Lt.-Col. Wm. Atterbury 




1 


1 






9 

28 

20 
4 
12 
5 


81th Inf. . 
89th Inf. . 

94th Inf. . 
95th Inf . 


1, Phelps, Jr. . 
1, Fairchild. . . 

2, Christian. . . 
2 Doubleday. . 


1, Hatch 
3, Rodman. . . . 

2, Ricketts. . . . 
1, Hatch 


1 
9 

1 
1 


Maj. Wm. H. De Bevoise 
Col. Harrison S. Fairchild (c), Maj. 
Edward Jardine, 9th Infantry. . . . 




5 

f) 


1 


15 
17 




8 


Lt -Col Calvin Littlefield 




o 


1 

:- 


1 

8 
T 






Maj. Edward Pye 






1 


97th Inf. . 
103d Inf . . 
104th Inf. . 


1, Duryea 
1, Fairchild. . . 
1, Duryea 


2, Ricketts. . . . 
3, Rodman. . . . 
2, Ricketts 


1 
9 

1 


Maj. Charles Northrup 




o 


Maj. Benjamin Ringold 














Maj. Lewis C. Skinner 








1 






1 
3 


105th Inf. . 


1, Duryea 


2, Ricketts. .. . 


1 


Col. Howard Carroll 
Total 




i 


11 
66 


2 
162 
1337 






1 
13 


38 
312 





10 
85 


220 
1813 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 



453. Sept. I5th. Attack on and capture of part of Gen. Longstreet s train, near 

Williamsport, Md. 8th Cavalry, Col. Davis. 

454. Sept. I5th. Skirmish at Green Castle, Pa. 8th Cavalry. 
455- Sept. 15th. Skirmish at Zuni, Va. 1st Mounted Rifles. 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1862. 

456. Sept. I5th-i6th. Action at Sharpsburg and on Antietam Creek, near Keedysville, 

Md. Battery B, ist Artillery; Batteries A, B and C, ist Battalion 
Artillery; detachment Battery A, 2d Battalion, with B, ist Ar 
tillery; 5th Battery; 5th, 7th, 52d, 57th and 84th Infantry. 

457. Sept. I7th. Skirmish at Goose Creek, Va., on reconnaissance from Upton s Hill 

to Leesburg. Detachments 2d and roth Cavalry. 

458. Sept. i7th. Battle of Antietam, Md. Sharpsburg. 



ORGANI 
ZATIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


c 

T 
U 

1 

? 
12 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed 


W n d 


Miss g 


Aggregate. 




t 

$ 

C 


Enlisted 
men. 


EJ 
C 


Enlisted 
men. 


I 

C 

e 
z 


Enlisted 
men. 


1st Cav.. 
2d Cav.. 


4, McReynolds. 


Pleasonton . .. 


Col. A. T. McReynolds (c), Maj. A 
W. Adams 














Co. A, B, I and K, escort; Capt. J 

E. Naylor 
















6th Cav.. 






Co. D and K, escort; Capts. Lyon 
and Johnson 








1 






1 


6th Cav. . 






Eight companies, Col. Thomas C 
Devin 














8th Cav. . 

Oneida 
Cav. Co. 

1st Art.: 
Bat y B. 
Bat y G. 
Bat y L. 
Bat y M. 
1st Batt n 
Art.: 
Bat y A. 

Bat y B. 
Bat y C. 
Bat y D. 
2d Batt n 
Art.: 
Bat y A. 
1st Bat y 
5th Bat y 
10th Bat y 
4th Inf. . . 
5th Inf. . . 

7th Inf. . . 
9th Inf. . . 
10th Inf. . . 
12th Inf. . . 
13th Inf. . . 
14th Inf. . . 
16th Inf. . . 
17th Inf. . . 
18th Inf... 
20th Inf. . . 


5, Davis 


Pleasonton.. . . 


Col. Benj. F. Davis (c), Maj. Wm. L 
Markell 
















At headquarters Army of the Poto 
mac 


















1, Richardson. 


Capt. Rufus D. Pettit 
Capt. John D. Frank 








4 






1 
5 
5 
6 

1 


Best ......... 

Reserve 
Reserve 


1, Doubleday. . 

Artillery 
Artillery 










5i 




Capt. George W. Cothran 

Maj. Albert Arndt (k), Lieut. B 
Wever 


1 






6 






Lieut. A. von Kleiser 














Reserve 
Reserve 

Ayres 
Reserve 
Best 
3, Weber 
3, Warren .... 

1, Caldwell 
, Fairchild . . . 
!, Warren .... 
!, Stockton . . . 
, Barnes 
2, Griffin 
2, Bartlett .... 
!, Stockton . . . 
!, Newton. . . . 
3, Irwin 


\rtillery 
\rtillery 

2, Smith 
Artillery 

!, French 
2, Sykes 

, Richardson . 
!, Rodman. . . . 
2, Sykes 


i 

5 

(i 
fi 
2 

2 

6 

2 
9 

5 
6 

r> 
, r ) 
*i 
6 

(i 
fi 


Capt. Robert Langner 
Capt. Charles Kusserow 
















With Batteries B and G, 1st Artillery 
Capt. Andrew Cowan 
Capt. Elijah D. Taft 
Dapt. John T. Bruen 
Lt.-Col. John D. McGregor 
Col. G. K. Warren (c), Capt. C. Wins- 
low 


"2 


42 


e 


136 




"l 


187 


Capt. Charles Brestel 
Lt.-Col. Edgar A. Kimball 
Lt.-Col. John W. Marshall 


1 
1 


14 

44 


i 

8 


45 
166 






61 
233 




14 


, Morrell 
, Morrell 
, Morrell 
, Slocum 
, Morrell 
, Slocum 
2, Smith 


Capt. Wm. Huson 
Col. Elisha G. Marshall 
Col. James McQuade 
















^t.-Col. Joel J. Seaver 
^t.-Col. Nelson Bartram 
^t.-Col. George R. Myers 
Col. Ernest Von Vegesack 


5 


33 
12 

1 
4 

3 

5 


4 

2 

1 
1 

2 


2 

"4 
92 
55 

27 
34 

13 
41 





ii 

2 

"3 
1 

20 


2 

"4 
145 
71 

30 
42 

19 
66 


21st Inf. . . 
22d Inf... 

23d Inf. . . 

24th Inf. . . 

25th Inf. . . 
26th Inf. . . 

27th Inf. . . 
28th Inf. . . 


3, Patrick 
, Phelps, Jr. . 

3, Patrick 
, Phelps, Jr. . 

, Barnes 
, Christian . . . 

, Bartlett 
, Crawford . . . 




1 




, Doubleday. . 

, Doubleday. . 
, Doubleday. . 

, Morrell 
, Ricketts 

, Slocum 
, Williams. . . 


1 

l 
1 

6 
1 

6 

1? 


Col. W. Phelps, Jr. (c), Lt.-Col. J. 
McKee, Jr 


1 


Dol. Henry C. Hoffman 
Capt. John D. O Brian (w), 1st Lt. 
John Ratigan 


^ol. Charles A. Johnson 
Col. Wm. Christian (c), Lt.-Col. 
R. H. Richardson 




Col. J. J. Bartlett (c), Lt.-Col. A. D. 
Adams 












Capt. W. H. H. Mapes 




2 
6 

"e 

32 

7 

33 


1 

i 
3 

2 
5 

S 


8 
5 
2 
4 
38 
109 
50 

119 




1 

1 


12 
12 
3 
4 
47 
154 
67 

181 


30th Inf. . . 
31st Inf. . . 
32d Inf. . . 
33d Inf. . . 
34th Inf. . . 
35th Inf. . . 


, Phelps, Jr. . 
, Newton .... 
, Newton .... 
, Irwin 
, Gorman. . . . 
, Patrick. . . . 


, Doubleday. . 
, Slocum 
, Slocum 
, Smith 
, Sedgwick. . . 
, Doubleday . 


1 

(i 
6 
(i 
2 

1 


^ol. Wm. M. Searing 
.t.-Col. Francis E. Pinto 
A.-Col. Francis E. Pinto 
vt.-Col. Joseph W. Corning 
Hoi. James A. Suiter 
Col. Newton B. Lord 


l 

1 

2 






i 

i 


9 

4 

18 


42d Inf. . . 
43d Inf. . . 


, Dana 


, Sedgwick. . . 
, Smith. . . 


2 
6 


vt.-Col. G. N. Bomford (w), Maj. 
T E Mallon 


, Hancock. ... 


Waj. John Wilson. . 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1862. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




7 
_ 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


Officers. \ ^ 


n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


44th Inf.. 
46th Inf.. 


3, Stockton. . . 
2, Welsh 


1, Morrell.., 
1, Willcox. . . . 


5 
9 


Maj. Freeman Conner 
Lt.-Col. Joseph Gerhardt 




" 2 

2 
18 

4 

16 
45 

3 
5 
31 

8 
10 

40 


3 

2 
4 
3 

6 
10 

2 
5 

1 

1 

6 

3 
3 

1 
2 
2 
4 
3 
1 
2 

4 


"ii 

19 
64 
9 

73 
143 

18 
32 
160 

41 

90 

146 

1 

23 

18 

25 
38 
88 
102 
20 
73 

7? 






" ie 

23 

87 
18 

101 
224 

22 
41 
202 

50 
103 

196 

4 

32 

34 
32 
54 
128 
114 
27 
102 

103 


49th Inf. . 


3, Irwin 


2, Smith 


6 
9 


Lt.-Col. W. C. Alberger (w), Maj. 
George W. Johnson 








51st Inf 




2 Sturgis 


Col. Robert B. Potter 


1 






52d Inf . . 


3, Brooke 


1 Richardson . 





Col. Paul Frank 




2 

3 
23 

1 
2 


57th Inf.. 

59th Inf.. 
60th Inf.. 

61st Inf.. 
63d Inf. . 
64th Inf. . 

66th Inf.. 
69th Inf.. 

76th Inf.. 
77th Inf.. 


3, Brooke 
3, Dana 


1, Richardson . 

2, Sedgwick. . . 
2, Greene 

1, Richardson . 
1, Richardson . 
1, Richardson . 

1, Richardson . 
1, Richardson . 

1, Doubleday. . 
2, Smith 


2 

2 
12 

2 
2 
2 

2 
2 

1 

6 

1-2 

9 
1 


Col. S. K. Zook (c), Lt.-Col. P. J. 
Parisen (k), Maj. A. B. Chapman. 
Col. Wm. L. Tidball 


3 
3 

1 
1 
4 


3, Goodrich. . . 
1, Caldwell 
2, Meagher. . . . 
1, Caldwell 

3, Brooke 
2, Meagher. . . . 

2, Hoffman. . . 
3, Irwin 


Col. W. B. Goodrich (c, k), Lt.-Col. 
C. R. Brundage 


Col. F. C. Barlow (w), Lt.-Col. N. A. 
Miles 


Lt.-Col. Henry Fowler (w), Maj. 
R. C. Bentley (w), Capt. J. O Neil. 
Consolidated with the 61st Inf. during 
the battle 


Capt. Julius Wehle 


1 
4 




1 


Lt.-Col. James Kelly, Maj. J. Cav- 
anagh 


Capt. A. J. Grover, Lt.-Col. C. E. 
Livingston 






Capt Nathan S Babcock 




6 

7 
5 
5 
21 
6 
6 
25 

18 






78th Inf.. 

79th Inf . 
80th Inf. . 


3, Goodrich . . . 

1, Christ 
3, Patrick 


2, Greene 

1, Willcox. . . . 
1, Doubleday. . 


Lt.-Col. J. Austin (c), Capt. Henry 
R. Stagg 


1 
"l 


::: 


7 

"8 
15 
3 


Lt.-Col. David Morrison 
Lt.-Col. Theodore B Gates 


82d Inf. . 


1, Gorman. . . . 


2, Sedgwick. . . 


f: 


Col. Henrv W. Hudson 


83d Inf. . 
81th Inf. . 


?, Hartsuff.... 
1, Phelps, Jr. . 


2, Ricketts. . . . 
1, Doubleday. . 


1 
1 


Lt. : Col. Wm. Atterbury 
Maj. Wm. H. DeBevoise 




83th Inf.. 
83th Inf. . 

93d Inf.. 


2, Meagher. . . . 
1, Fairchild. .. 


1, Richardson . 
3, Rodman. . . . 


2 
9 

1 

1 


Lt.-Col. Patrick Kelly 
Col. H. S. Fairchild (c), Maj. E. 
Jardine, 9th Inf 


2 




8 


At headquarters Army of the Po 
tomac, Lt.-Col. Benj. C. Butler. . . 
Lt.-Col. Calvin Littlefield 












94th Inf.. 
95th Inf. . 


2, Christian. . . 
2, Hoffman. . . 


2, Ricketts 
1, Doubleday. . 








12 




1 


13 
1 
107 
37 
117 
82 
74 
63 
195 


Maj. Edward Pye 








1 


97th Inf. . 
102d Inf.. 
103d Inf.. 
104th Inf. . 


1, Duryea 
2, Stainrook. . . 
1, Fairchild. . . 
1, Duryea 


2, Ricketts 
2, Greene 
3, Rodman . . . 
2, Ricketts. . . . 


10 to > l CO to - 


Maj. Charles Northrup... 


1 
1 

"i 
i 

"3 

4! 


23 
4 
24 
6 
8 
7 
23 

624 


2 

3 
3 
3 
2 
2 

128 


72 
27 
65 
57 
51 
49 
120 

2687 


"2" 

~7 


9 
5 
25 
15 
11 
5 
47 


Lt.-Col. James C. Lane 
Maj. Benj. Ringold 


105th Inf.. 
107th Inf.. 
108th Inf.. 


1, Duryea 
3, Gordon 
2, Morris 


2, Ricketts 
1, Williams. . . 
3, French 


Col. Howard Carroll 
Col. R. B. Van Valkenburgh 
Col. Oliver H. Palmer 

Total 


277 


3762 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


13< 


1969 


474 


9075 


746 


12410 



459. Sept i8th. Skirmishes at Antietam, Md. 3d Battery; gth, 49th, 6sth, 67th and 

I22d Infantry. 

460. Sept. igth. Skirmishes at Blackford s or Boteler s Ford, below Shepherdstown, 

W. Va. Batteries C and D, 1st Battalion Artillery; 5th Battery; 5th 
and loth Infantry. 

461. Sept. I9th-20th. Action at Williamsport, Md. 1st Cavalry; 3d Battery; 65th, 

6/th, 94th and I22d Infantry. 

462. Sept. 20th. Action near Shepherdstown, W. Va. 1st and 8th Cavalry; Battery 

D, ist Battalion Artillery; 5th, roth, I2th, I3th, i7th, 25th and 44th 
Infantry. 

463. Sept. 2Oth. Affair near Shiloh, N. C. Detachment Marine Artillery, Capt. 

Avery. 

464. Sept. 22d. Skirmish at Ashby s Gap, Va. 4th Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Nazer; 5th 

Cavalry. 

465. Sept. 23d. Skirmish at Bolivar Heights, W. Va. Company K, 9th Infantry, 

armed as Artillery, Capt. R. H. Morris. 



176 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

1862. 

466. Sept. 24th. Skirmish at Skull Creek, S. C. Detachment 48th Infantry, Lieut. 

Miller; Col. Barton in command of force. 

467. Sept. 28th. Skirmish at Blackwater, Va. Three companies, ist Mounted Rifles. 

468. Sept. 28th. Skirmish in Fairfax County, Va. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

469. Sept. 29th. Skirmish at Blues Gap, W. Va. ist Cavalry. 
4/0. Sept. 29th. Skirmish at Warrenton, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

471. Sept. 29th. Skirmish at Berryville, Va. pth Cavalry. 

472. Sept. 30th. Affair at Bluffton and Crowell s Plantation, May River, S. C. Five 

companies, 48th Infantry, Col. Barton and Capt. Strickland. 

473. Oct. ist. Skirmish at Aldie, Va. pth Cavalry, Maj. Knox. 

474. Oct. ist. Skirmish on reconnaissance from Harper s Ferry to Leesburg, Va. 

Battery G, 1st Artillery, with it detachment of I4th Battery. 

475. Oct. ist. Affair near Elba Island, on Savannah River, S. C. Five companies, 

48th Infantry, Col. Barton and Capt. Strickland. 

476. Oct. 2d. Skirmish near Hanging Rock, near Blues Gap, W. Va. Company 

B, ist Cavalry, Capt. Battersby. 

477. Oct 3d. Skirmish at Lovettsville, Va. 6th Cavalry. 

478. Oct. 3d. Skirmish at Blackwater, near Franklin, Va. Detachment o6th In 

fantry. 

479- Oct. 4th. Skirmish near Cacapon Bridge, Paw Paw, B. & O. R. R. ; W. Va. 
Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. W. H. Boyd. 

480. Oct. 4th. Affair on the Blackwater, near Zuni, Va. ist Mounted Rifles, Col. 

Dodge. 

481. Oct. 4th. Skirmish near Conrad s Ferry, Va. Leesburg. 4Oth Infantry, Col. 

Egan. 

482. Oct. 5th. Skirmish at Dumfries, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

483. Oct. 6th. Skirmish near North River Mills, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, 

Capt. Boyd. 

484. Oct. 6th. Skirmish at Cacapon Bridge, W. Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. 

Boyd. 

485. Oct. 6th. Skirmish near Hillsborough, Va. Detachment 78th Infantry, Lieut. 

W. McGregor. 

486. Oct. 7th. Skirmish at Hazel River, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

487. Oct. 7th. Skirmish at Washington, N. C. Detachment 3d Cavalry. 

488. Oct. 8th. Skirmish at Conrad s Ferry, Va. Detachment Company B, nth 

Cavalry. 

489. Oct. loth. Skirmish at White s Ford, Md. White s Ferry, ist Cavalry. 

490. Oct. I2th-i3th. Skirmish on the Sharpsburg and Hagerstown Turnpike, Md. 

95th Infantry. 

491. Oct. I3th. Skirmishes at Paris, Snickersville and Middleburg, Va. Detachment 

9th Cavalry, Capts. Ayres and Hanley. 

492. Oct. i6th. Skirmish at Leesburg, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry, Maj. Hammond. 

493. Oct. i6th-i7th. Affair on reconnaissance from Harper s Ferry to Charlestown, 

W. Va. Halltown, Shepherdstown. Detachment 6th Cavalry, Col. 
Devin; Batteries B and G, ist Artillery, and I4th Battery with 
them; 7th, 42d, 52d, 57th, 59th, 6ist, 63d, 64th, 66th, 6gth and 88th 
Infantry. 

494. Oct. i6th-i7th. Skirmish on reconnaissance from near Sharpsburg, Md. to 

Kearneysville, Leetown and Smithfield, W. Va. Company G, 6th 
Cavalry, Lieut. Sheldon; I4th Infantry. 

495. Oct. I7th. Skirmish at Hanging Rock, W. Va. ist Cavalry. 

496. Oct. I7th. Skirmish at Upperville, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry, Maj. Ham 

mond. 

497. Oct. 1 7th. Skirmish at Paris, Va. Detachment 9th Cavalry, Lieut. Dickson. 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 177 

1862. 

498. Oct. i/th. Skirmish at Salem, Va. Detachment 9th Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Sackett. 

499. Oct. iSth. Skirmish at South Branch of Potomac, W. Va. 1st Cavalry. 

500 Oct. iSth. Skirmishes at Thoroughfare Gap and Haymarket, Va. Detachment 
5th Cavalry, Maj. Hammond; detachment 9th Cavalry, Lieut. 
Baldwin. 

501. Oct. iSth. Skirmish near New Baltimore, Va. Detachment 9th Cavalry, Lieut. 

Burrows. 

502. Oct. iSth. Affair at Kirk s Bluff, May River, S. C. One company 48th In 

fantry, Lieut. Elfwing; Col. Barton commanding force. 

503. Oct. igth. Skirmish at Warrenton, Va. Detachment 9th Cavalry, Maj. Knox. 

504. Oct. I9th. Skirmish at Charlestown, W. Va. Battery B, ist Artillery with it de 

tachment I4th Battery. 

505. Oct. i9th. Skirmish at Manassas Gap, Va. 86th Infantry. 

506. Oct. 2ist. Skirmish near, on reconnaissance to, Lovettsville, Va. Detachment 

6th Cavalry, Col. Devin; load Infantry. 

507. Oct. 2ist. Skirmish at Wheatland, Va. Detachment 6th Cavalry, Lt.-Col. D. 

McVicar. 

508. Oct. 22d. Action at Coosawhatchie River, S. C. Detachments of Companies 

F and G, ist Engineers, Capt. Eaton; 48th Infantry, Col. Barton. 

509. Oct. 22d. Engagement at the Carton and Frampton Plantation, near Poco- 

taligo, S. C. Detachment ist Engineers, Lt.-Col. Hall. 

510. Oct. 24th. Skirmish at Manassas Junction, Va. Soth Infantry. 

511. Oct. 25th. Skirmish near Zuni, Va. Blackwater Bridge, Common Cross Roads. 

Eight companies ist Mounted Rifles, Col. Dodge. 

512. Oct. 25th. Skirmish at, and occupation of, Donaldsonville, La. 75th Infantry. 
513- Oct. 2/th. Skirmish at Snickersville, Va. Two squadrons 8th Cavalry; 2ist 

Infantry. 

514. Oct. 27th. Engagement at Georgia Landing, La. Labadieville. 75th Infantry. 

515. Oct. 27th. Skirmish at Gonzales Plantation, Fla. gist Infantry. 

516. Oct. 27th. Skirmish at Springfield, W. Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. 

Bailey. 

517. Oct. 29th. Skirmish at North River Mills, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry. 

518. Oct. 29th. Skirmish at French s Store, W. Va. Detachment 1st Cavalry, Capt. 

Boyd. 

519. Oct. 29th. Skirmish at Pungo Creek, N. C. Detachment 3d Cavalry. 

520. Oct. 3 1 st. Skirmish at Aldie, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

521. Oct. 3ist. Skirmish at Manassas Junction, Va. 58th Infantry. 

522. Oct. 3ist. Skirmish at Franklin, Va. ist Mounted Rifles; 8sth and 92d Infantry. 

523. Nov. ist. Skirmish at Philmont, Va. 8th Cavalry; 76th, Lt.-Col. Chas. E. 

Livingston, and 95th Infantry. 

524. Nov. ist. Skirmish at Rappahannock Station, Va. loth Cavalry. 

525. Nov. ist. Skirmish near Leesburg, Va. Company D, nth Cavalry. 

526. Nov. 2d. Skirmish at Occoquan Ferry, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry. 

527. Nov. 2d. Skirmish at Rawles Mills, N. C. One company 3d Cavalry; Bat 

teries B and K, 3d Artillery; detachment Marine Artillery. 

528. Nov. 2d. Skirmish near Washington, N. C. Detachment of Company G, 3d 

Cavalry, Lieut. Hall. 

529. Nov. 2d. Action at Union, Va. Bloomfield. 8th Cavalry; 76th, Lt.-Col. Chas. 

E. Livingston, and 95th Infantry. 

530. Nov. 2d. Skirmish at Snicker s Gap, Va. Battery B, ist Artillery, with it de 

tachment of I4th Battery; 4th, 5th, 25th, 52d, 57th, 66th and 69th 
Infantry. 

531. Nov. 3d. Skirmish at Sudley Church, near Bull Run, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

12 



178 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

1862. 

532. Nov. 3d. Skirmish at Zuni, Va. ist Mounted Rifles. 

533. Nov. 3d. Skirmish at Cedar Creek, Va. i63d Infantry. 

534. Nov. 3d. Skirmish at Brentville, Va. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

535. Nov. 3d. Action at UppervUle, Va. 6th and 8th Cavalry; 76th, Lt.-Col. Chas. 

E. Livingston, and 95th Infantry. 

536. Nov. 5th. Skirmish near Tarboro, N. C. Companies E and H, 3d Cavalry. 

537. Nov. 5th. Skirmish at Pughtown, Va. One squadron ist Cavalry, Capt. Harkins. 

538. Nov. 5th. Skirmish at Snickers Gap, Va. 7th Infantry. 

539. Nov. 5th. Action at Barbee s Cross Roads and Chester Gap, Va. 8th Cavalry. 

Col. Davis. 

540. Nov. 5th-6th. Skirmish at, on reconnaissance to, Manassas Gap, Va. 6ist, 

64th, 86th, I22d and I24th Infantry. 

541. Nov. 6th. Skirmish at Thoroughfare Gap, Va. New Baltimore; near Warren- 

ton; Salem. 2d and 5th Cavalry. 

542. Nov. 6th. Skirmish at Upperville, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

543. Nov. 6th. Skirmish at Lockard s Gap, Va. ist Cavalry. 

544. Nov. 6th. Skirmish at Paw Paw Furnace, W. Va. ist Cavalry. 

545. Nov. 6th. Skirmish near Orleans, Va. 9th Infantry. 

546. Nov. 7th. Skirmish at Jefferson, near Amissville, Va. 8th Cavalry. 

547. Nov. 7th. Skirmish at Sulphur Springs, Va. 5ist Infantry... 

548. Nov. 7th. Skirmish at Waterloo Bridge, Va. 54th Infantry. 

549. Nov. 8th. Skirmishes at Rappahannock Bridge, White Plains and Hopewell 

Gap, Va. 2d and 5th Cavalry. 

550. Nov. 8th. Skirmishes at Sulphur Springs and Hazel River, Va. Little Wash 

ington; Flint Hill. 8th Cavalry. 

551. Nov. 9th. Skirmish at South Fork of Potomac, eighteen miles south of Moore- 

field, W. Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Col. McReynolds. 

552. Nov. 9th. Skirmish at Amissville, Va. 8th Cavalry. 

553- Nov. 9th. Skirmishes on reconnaissance from Bolivar Heights to Rippon, W. Va, 
Battery M, ist Artillery; loth Battery; 6oth, 78th, lO2d, I37th, 
I45th and I49th Infantry. 

554. Nov. loth. Skirmish at Romney s Bridge, W. Va. 1st Cavalry. 

555. Nov. loth. Action at Corbin s Cross Roads, near Amissville, Va. Hazel River. 

8th Cavalry. 

556. Nov. nth. Demonstration and skirmishes before New Berne, Bachellor s Creek, 

N. C. Four companies 3d Cavalry, Maj. Garrard and Capt. Moschell. 

557. Nov. nth. Skirmish at Thoroughfare Gap, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

558. Nov. nth. Skirmish at Amissville, Va. 8th Cavalry. 

559. Nov. nth. Skirmish at Jefferson, Va. Battery L, 2d Artillery; sist Infantry. 

560. Nov. I2th. Skirmish at Middleburg, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

561. Nov. I2th. Skirmish at Providence Church, Va. Detachment ist Mounted Rifles. 

562. Nov. I3th. Action at Sulphur Springs, Va. Battery L, 2d Artillery; 5 ist Infantry. 

563. Nov. I3th. Skirmish near Waterloo, Va. i63d Infantry. 

564. Nov. I4th. Skirmish at Jefferson, Va. 8th Cavalry. 

565. Nov. I4th. Skirmish at Blackwater Bridge, Va. Zuni. ist Mounted Rifles, Col. 

Dodge. 

566. Nov. I5th. Skirmish near Springfield, W. Va. 1st Cavalry. 

567. Nov. I5th. Action at Warrenton or Sulphur Springs, Va. Fayetteville. 8th 

Cavalry; Battery L, 2d Artillery; 9th, Sist, 8gth and iO3d Infantry. 

568. Nov. 15th. Skirmish near Waterloo, Va. Detachment I24th Infantry, Lieut. W. 

E. Weygant. 

569. Nov. i6th. Skirmish at Upperville, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

570. Nov. i6th. Affair at United States Ford, Va. Gold Mines. Detachment Com 

pany H, loth Cavalry, Capt. Peck. 



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1862. 

571. Nov. I7th. Skirmish at Falmouth, Va. Battery B, 1st Artillery, with it a de 

tachment I4th Battery; 52d Infantry. 

572. Nov. i/th. Skirmish at Hartwood Church, Rappahannock River, Va. 63d, 69th 

and 88th Infantry. 

573. Nov. iSth. Skirmish at Core Creek, N. C. Detachment 3d Cavalry, Lt.-Col. 

John Mix; detachment 3d Artillery. 

574. Nov. iSth. Skirmish near New Baltimore, Va. Haymarket. 4th and 9th Cavalry. 

575. Nov. iSth. Skirmish at Franklin, Va. Zuni; Ludlow Lawrence s plantation; 

Blackwater. 85th, 92d and H2th Infantry. 

576. Nov. 2oth. Skirmish at Uniontown, Va. 8th Cavalry. 

577. Nov. 2ist. Skirmish at Falmouth, Va. 57th Infantry. 

578. Nov. 22d. Skirmish near Winchester, Va. Four companies ist Cavalry, Capt. 

Harkins. 

579. Nov. 22d. Skirmish at Gloucester Court House, Va. Matthews county. 8th 

Battery. 

580. Nov. 22d. Skirmish at Jamesville, N. C. Batteries B and F, 3d Artillery. 

581. Nov. 25th. Skirmish at Aldie, Va. Salem. 2d Cavalry. 

582. Nov. 25th. Skirmish at Zuni, near Suffolk, Va. Blackwater. ist Mounted 

Rifles, Col. Dodge. 

583. Nov. 28th. Skirmish at Upperville, Va. Ashby Gap. 9th Cavalry, Maj. Knox. 

584. Nov. 2Qth. Action at Aldie and Berryville, Va. 4th Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Nazer; 

5th Cavalry, Capt. Krom; gth Cavalry, Maj. Knox. 

585. Nov. 30th. Skirmish at Snicker s Gap, Va. 4th, 5th and 9th Cavalry. 

586. Dec. ist. Skirmish at Ellis Ford, Va. 6th Cavalry. 

587. Dec. ist. Skirmish on reconnaissance to Grove Church, near Hartwood, Va. 

I3th and 25th Infantry. 

588. Dec. ist. Skirmish at Hillsboro, Va. 6oth, 78th and ro2d Infantry. 

589. Dec. 2d. Skirmish at Charlestown, W. Va. Berryville. 4th Cavalry; I37th, 

I45th and I49th Infantry. 

590. Dec. 2d. Skirmish on the Blackwater, near Franklin, Va. I3oth Infantry, Col. 

Gibbs. 

591. Dec. 4th. Skirmish at Winchester, Va. iO2d Infantry. 

592. Dec. 7th. Skirmish at Stafford Court House, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

593. Dec. nth. Action at Darkesville, W. Va. Detachment of Companies B and M, 

ist Cavalry, Lieut. R. G. Prendergast. 

594. Dec. Iith-i2th. Skirmishes at and about Zuni, Va. Joyner s Ford; Blackwater. 

ist Mounted Rifles, Col. Dodge; U2th Infantry. 

595. Dec. Iith-i5th. Battle of Fredericksburg, Va. 













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Commanding Officers. 




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Bayard 


Left Grand . . . 




Maj. Henry E. Davies, Jr 
















6th Cav.. 






9 


























A. Hall and W. L. Heermance. . 
















6th Cav.. 


2, Gregg 


Right Grand. . 




Col. T. C. Devin (c), Lt.-Col. D. Mc- 
























Vicar 
















8th Cav. . 


1. Farnsworth . 


Right Grand. . 




Col. Benjamin F. Davis 
















10th Cav 






. 


Company L, escort, Lieut. Geo. 
Vanderbilt 
















10th Cav. . 


Bayard 


Left Grand . . . 




Lt.-Col. Wm. Irvine 
















Oneida 
























Cav. Co. 
































P. Mann. . 














. 



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IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1862. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




billed. 


V n d. 


Vtiss g. 


Aggregate. 


Commanding Officers. 


Officers. 


3 
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Officers. 


3 

2 c 

^ w 


Officers. 


3 
P 

A 


1st Art.: 
Bat y B.. 
Bat yC.. 
Bat vD.. 
Bat y G.. 
Bat y L. . 
2d Art.: 
Bat y L.. 
1st Bat. Art 
Bat y A 


Artillery 
Artillery 


, Hancock . . . 
, Humphreys. 
Willcox .... 
, French 
, Doubleday. . 

Sturgis 
Reserve 


I Capt. Rufus D. Pettit 
5 Lieut. Wm. H. Phillips 
















) Capt Thomas W T . Osborne 








2 




1 


3 

6 
4 








1 




c 




Artillery 
Artillery 
Artillery 


I Capt. John A. Reynolds (c) 
) Capt. Jacob Roemer 








.. 4 






Capt. Otto Diederich 
















Bat y B 




Reserve 


Capt. Adolph Voegelee 
















Bat yC 






Lieut. Bernhard Wever 
















Bat y D 


Artillery 




Capt. Charles Kusserow 
















1st Bat y. 
3d Bat y. 
4th Bat y. 

5th Bat y. 
10th Bat y. 
llth Bat y. 
14th Bat y. 
15th Eng.. 
50th Eng.. 
1st Inf 


Artillery 


Howe 


3 Capt. Andrew Cowan 


















Howe .... 


3 Lieut. Wm. A. Harn 
















Artillery 


, Sickles 


3 Capt. J. E. Smith (c), Lieut. Jos. E. 


















Nairn 
















Capt. Elijah D. Taft 
















Whipple. . . . 


3 Capt. John T. Bruen 
















Artillery 


, Whipple 


3 Capt. Albert Von Puttkammer 


















. With Batteries B and G, 1st Artillery. 
. Maj. James A. Magruder 
























6 






6 



7 


Voodbury. . . . 




. Maj. Ira Spaulding 
3 Col J Frederick Pierson 


1 





3 


39 






2d Inf . . 


3 Revere 


, Sickles 


3 Col. Sidney W. Park 














4th Inf 




, French 


2 Col. John D. MacGregor (w), Lt.-Col. 
Wm. Jameson (c), Maj. Charles 
W. Kruger 




6 


6 


56 




32 
6 

4 
7 

7 


74 
5 

243 
15 

67 

22 

75 
35 


5th Inf... 
7th Inf... 

9th Inf... 
10th Inf... 

12th Inf. . 
13th Inf 


3, Warren .... 
1, Caldwell 

[, Hawkins. . . 
3, Andrews.. . . 

3, Stockton. . . 


, Sykes 
, Hancock. . . 

, Getty 
, French 

, Griffin 
Griffin 


5 Col Cleveland Winslow 




2 Col. Geo. W. Von Schak (c, w), Capt. 


7 


19 


g 


175 

8 


1 


9 Col. Rush C. Hawkins, Lt.-Col. E. A. 
Kimball 


2 Col. J. E. Bendix (w), Capt. S. Win 
chester (w), Capt. George F. Hop 
per, Lt.-Col. John W. Marshall (c). 
5 Lt.-Col. Robert M. Richardson 
5 Col. E. G. Marshall (w), Lt.-Col. F 
A Schoeffel 


2 

1 


7 


7 
1 

6 

8 


47 
12 

57 
23 




14th Inf.. 
16th Inf 


2, Sweitzer. . . . 
2 Cake 


, Griffin 


5 Lt -Col. Thomas M. Davies 




6 Col. Joel J. Seaver 








17th Inf.. 
18th Inf 


3, Stockton . . . 
3 Russell 


1, Griffin 


5,Capt. John Vickers 
6 Col George R. Myers 






3 


11 




5 


19 

2 


20th Inf 


3 Vinton 




6 Col. Ernest Von Vegesack 














21st Inf.. 
22d Inf.. 

23d Inf.. 
24th Inf. . 
25th Inf 


3 Rogers 


1, Doubleday. . 
1, Doubleday. . 

1, Doubleday. . 
, Doubleday. . 
1 Griffin 


ICol. W. F. Rogers (c), Capt. G. N 








g 




3 
2 

"i 

a 

u 


7 

6 
18 
2 
40 

170 


1, Phelps, Jr. . 

3, Rogers 
1, Phelps, Jr. . 


1 Col. W. Phelps, Jr. (c), Lt.-Col. J 
McKee Jr 






2 


2 

16 
1 




1 Col. Henry C. Hoffman 
1 Lt -Col. Samuel R. Beardsley 






5 Capt. Patrick Connelly 




1 

22 


2 

11 


34 

126 




26th Inf. . 


2 Lvle 


2 Gibbon 


1 Lt.-Col. G. S. Jennings (w), Maj. E 


1 


27th Inf 


2 Cake 




6 Col Alex D Adams 


30th Inf.. 
31st Inf.. 
32d Inf.. 
33d Inf.. 
34th Inf.. 
35th Inf.. 
36th Inf.. 
37th Inf.. 
3Sth Inf.. 

40th Inf. . 
42d Inf.. 
43d Inf... 
44th Inf.. 

46th Inf. . 
49th Inf 


1, Phelps, Jr. . 
3, Russell .... 
3, Russell 
3, Neill 
1, Sully 
3, Rogers .... 
2, Deven .... 
3, Berry 
2, Ward 

2, Ward.. 
3, Hall 
1, Pratt 
3, Stockton . . 

2, Christ.. 
3 Neill 


, Doubleday. . 
, Brooks 
, Brooks 
2, Howe 
2, Howard .... 
[, Doubleday. . 
3, Newton .... 
1, Birney 
1, Birney 

1, Birney 
2, Howard. . . . 
2, Howe 
1, Griffin 

1, Burns 
2 Howe 


1 Lt.-Col. Morgan H. Chrysler 
6 Lt -Col Leopold C. Newman 




2 




14 

1 






16 

1 
3 
2 

33 
23 
2 
35 

133 
123 
22 
12 

47 
3 
9 
73 
43 
8 

S7 
44 


6 Capt. Charles Hubbs 
6 Col. Robert F. Taylor (c) 
2 Col Tames A Suiter 




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A 

11 

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1 Col Newton B Lord . . . 




6 Col Wm H Browne 




1 










3 Col Samuel B Hayman 




7 




25 




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36 
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4 


3 Col. J. H. H. Ward (c), Lt.-Col. Wm 




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i 

L 


7 
6< 

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11 




3 Lt.-Col. N. A. Gesner 
2|Lt.-Col. -George N. Bomford 
6 Col Benj F Baker 




5 Lt.-Col. F. Conner (w), Maj. E. B 






I 


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9 Lt.-Col. Joseph Gerhardt 
6 Col Daniel D Bidwell 








1 


.. 


51st Inf . 




2, Sturgis . . . 


9 Col Robert B. Potter 




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; 





> . . 


... 2 


52d Inf. . 
55th Inf. . 
57th Inf.. 

WHh Tnf 


3, Zook 
2, Ward 
. 3, Zook 

3 Hall 


1, Hancock . . . 
1, Birney 
1, Hancock . . . 


2 Col. Paul Frank 
3 Col. Regis DeTrobriand 
2Col. S. K. Zook (c), Lt.-Col. A. B 
Chapman (w), Maj. N. G. Throo 
(w) Capt J W Britt 


1 

1 

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Brigades. 


Divisions. 



.1 
~ 
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e 

- 

i 

A 
~ 

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2 
6 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


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Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


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Enlisted 
men. 


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6lst Inf.. 

62d Inf.. 
63d Inf.. 

64th Inf.. 

65th Inf.. 
66th Inf. . 

67th Inf 


1, Caldwell... . 

3, Rowley. . . . 
2, Meagher. . . . 

1, Caldwell.... 

1, Cochran. . . . 
3, Zook 

1 Cochran. . . . 


1, Hancock. . . 

3, Newton .... 
I , Hancock . . . 

1, Hancock . . . 

3, Newton .... 
1, Hancock . . . 

3, Newton .... 


Col. N. A. Miles (w), Lt.-Col. E. C. 
Brooks, 64th Infantry 




9 


1 


26 
2 




36 
o 

44 
72 

75 
7 

128 
4 

3 

8 


Maj. Wilson Hubbell 








Lt.-Col. R. C. Bentley, Maj. J. O Neill 
(w) Capt P J Condon 


1 


1 

4 

8 

1 

9 


t, 

2 

3 

15 
1 


32 
66 

52 

6 

80 

3 

3 




4 


Col. N. A. Miles, 6ist Inf. (w), Lt.- 
Col. E. C. Brooks 


Col. Alexander Shaler 
Lt.-Col. J. H. Bull (k), Capt. J. Wehle 
(k), Capt. J. S. Hammell (w), Lt. 
J G Derrickson . 


3 




9 

23 


Col. Nelson Cross 


69th Inf.. 
70th Inf.. 


2, Meagher. . . . 
2, Hall . . 


1, Hancock . . . 
2, Sickles 


2 
3 


Col. R. Nugent (w), Maj. Jas. Cava- 
nagh (w), Capt. Jas Saunders. . . . 
Col. J. Egbert Farnum 


1 


71st Inf.. 


2, Hall 


2, Sickles 


3 

3 
3 


Col. Geo. B. Hall (c), Maj. Thos. 
Rafferty 










72d Inf. . 
73d Inf 


2 Hall 


2 Sickles. . 


Col. Wm. O. Stevens 






1 


7 






2 Hall 


2, Sickles 


Col. Wm. R. Brewster 










74th Inf.. 


2, Hall 


2, Sickles 


; 


Lt.-Col. Wm. H. Lounsbury 
















76th Inf. . 
77th Inf 


2, Gavin 
3 Neill 


1. Doubleday. . 
2, Howe 


1 
6 


3ol. Wm. P. Wainwright 
Lt.-Col. Winsor B. French 


1 


2 
1 


1 


12 
1 






16 
2 
2 
19 
21 

125 
5 
4 
127 
30 


79th Inf. . 


1, Poe 


1, Burns 


i 


Lt.-Col. David Morrison 








? 






SOth Inf.. 


3, Rogers 


1, Doubleday. . 


1 


Lt.-Col. Jacob B. Hardenbergh 




1 

7 


2 


16 
14 






82d Inf.. 


1, Sully 


2, Howard .... 


? 


Lt.-Col. James Huston 








83d Inf.. 

84th Inf.. 
86th Inf.. 
88th Inf.. 
89th Inf.. 
93d Inf. . 


3, Taylor 

1, Phelps, Jr. . 
1, Piatt 
2, Meagher. . . . 
I, Hawkins. . . 


2, Gibbon 

1, Doubleday. . 
3, Whipple 
1, Hancock. . . 
3, Getty 


1 

1 
3 

2 
1) 

1 
1 
1 


Capt. Jno. Hendrickson (w), Capt. 
Jos. A. Moesch (w), Lieut. I. E. 


2 
"4 


17 
1 

"is 

? 


4 

"8 


99 
4 
3 
89 
?7 




3 
.... 

13 
1 


Lt.-Col. W. H. DeBevoise 
Lt.-Col. B. J. Chapin 
Col. Patrick Kelly 


Col. Harrison S. Fairchild 


Provost Guard, A. P., Col. John S. 
Crocker 












94th Inf.. 
95th Inf.. 
97th Inf.. 


1, Root 
2, Gavin 
3, Taylor 


2, Gibbon 
[, Doubleday. . 
2, Gibbon 


Col. A. R. Root (c), Maj. John A. Kress. 
Col. Geo. H. Biddle 




2 
1 


5 


44 
1 




7 


58 
4 
42 
13 
25 
52 
78 
92 
1 
16 
5 
4 
13 
18 
61 

2807 


Col. Charles Wheelock 




4 
1 


2 


32 
1? 




4 


101st Inf. . 


3, Berry 


1, Birney 


3 


Col. George F. Chester 




103d Inf 




3 Getty 


y 
1 






3 




10 




12 
2 
4 
39 


104th Inf.. 


1, Root 


2, Gibbon 


Maj. Gilbert G. Prey 




5 
10 
4 


S 
5 
2 


37 
57 
47 
1 


2 


105th Inf. . 
lOSth Inf. . 


], Root 


2, Gibbon 
3, French 


i 
? 


Maj. Daniel A. Sharp, Capt. A. Moore 
Lt.-Col. Charles J. Powers 




2, Palmer 


120th Inf. . 


2, Hall 


2, Sickles 


3 


Col. Geo. H. Sharpe 




121st Inf.. 
122d Inf.. 
124th Inf. . 
140th Inf.. 
146th Inf. . 


2, Cake 
1, Cochran. . . . 
1, Piatt 
3, Warren .... 
3, Warren .... 


1, Brooks 
3, Newton .... 
3, Whipple 


6 
6 
3 


Col. Emory Upton 




4 




1? 






Col. Silas Titus 








5 






Col. A. Van Home Ellis 












4 
10 
17 
5 

345 
1749 


2, Sykes 
2, Sykes 


5 

fi 


Col. Patrick H. O Rorke 








T 




Col. Kenner Garrard 








1 

42 

1984 


3 


163d Inf.. 


2, Carroll 


3, Whipple.... 


3 


Maj. James J. Byrne 
Total 


3 
33 


7 
271 


4 
171 
054 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


ll!4 


1160 


8946 


20 


12653 



596. Dec. nth 20th. Expedition from New Berne to Goldsboro, N. C. Includes 
losses of all engagements, etc., during the expedition. (See table 
following.) 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g . 




ORC.ANIZA 

TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 


G 




o r 


e 


" 


6 


o 

o r 


a 

1 

u 

















o 




a 












C 






e 


P 
c c 




<F. 


TJE 


u 




Tt* 


M 

60 








U 




c 


W 


o 


w 





u> 


< 


3d Cav... 






18 


Col. Simon H. Mix; Majs. Charles 
























Fitzsimmons and Jeptha Garrard: 
























Capts. John F. Moschell, Newton 
























Hall, Ferris Jacobs, Jr., and George 
W. Cole. . 








6 




4 


10 



182 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1862. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


(0 

h 

o 

IS 

is 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


3d Art : 
Bat y B. 

Bat y E. 
Bat y F. 
Bat y H. 
Bat y I. 
Bat y K. 
Marine Art 

23d Bat y. 
24th Bat y. 
85th Inf . . . 
92d Inf... 

h Inf... 


Artillery 




Col. Jas. H. Ledlie (c), Capt. Joseph 




















Lieut. George E. Ashby 
















Artillery 




IN 

is 


Capt. Edwin S. Jenney 
















Artillery . . 




Capt. Wm. J. Riggs 




















is 


Lieut. George W. Thomas, Jr 




















18 


Capt. James R. Angel 




















is 
is 


Lt.-Col. Horace A. Manchester, de 
tachment 




1 




? 






3 






One section, Capt. Alfred Ransom. . . 














Artillery .... 




is 


One section, Capt. Jay E. Lee 




1 










1 

3 

19 
7 
75 

591 


Wessells 
Wessells 

Wessells 


Peck 
Peck 

Peck 


4 
4 

4 


Lt.-Col. Abijah J. Wellman 
Col. Lewis C. Hunt (c), Lt.-Col. 
Hiram J. Anderson 




3 


1 
1 

4 

1!) 


3 
15 
5 
56 

468 






Col. Chas. O. Gray (k), Capt. George 
W. Hindes 


1 





4 
12 


Total 


1 
4 


10 

88 


Total loss of Union forces 
engaged 





597. Dec. 


nth. 


598. Dec. 


I2th. 


599. Dec. 


I2th. 


600. Dec. 


I2th. 


601. Dec. 


I2th. 


602. Dec. 


I3th. 


603. Dec. 


I3th. 



604. Dec. 

605. Dec. 

606. Dec. 

607. Dec. 

608. Dec. 

609. Dec. 

610. Dec. 



Skirmishes on Kinston Road, N. C. Expedition from New Berne 

to Goldsboro. 3d Cavalry. 
Skirmishes at Bunker Hill, W. Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Lieut. 

Prendergast. 
Skirmishes at Wise s Cross Roads, N. C. Expedition from New 

Berne to Goldsboro. Companies A, D and G, 3d Cavalry. 
Skirmishes on Kinston Road, N. C. Trenton. Expedition from 

New Berne to Goldsboro. Company B, 3d Cavalry. 
Skirmishes near Matthew County Court House, Va. Companies F 

and H, 6th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Buena Vista, Va. Companies F and H, 6th Cavalry, 

Capt. Hall. 

Engagement at Kinston, N. C. Action on the Neuse River. Ex 
pedition from New Berne to Goldsboro. Detachment Marine 

Artillery, Lt.-Col. Manchester. 
I3th-i4th. Skirmishes at Southwest Creek, N. C. Expedition from New 

Berne to Goldsboro. Two companies 3d Cavalry; Battery B, 3d 

Artillery. 
Engagement at Kinston, N. C. Expedition from New Berne to 

Goldsboro. 3d Cavalry; Batteries B, E, F, H, I and K, 3d Ar 
tillery; 23d and 24th Batteries; 8sth, 92d and g6th Infantry. 
Skirmish on Southwest Creek, N. C. Expedition from New Berne 

to Goldsboro. Company E, 3d Cavalry; one section 24th Battery. 
Skirmish at Oldfield Bank Landing, N. C. Expedition from New 

Berne to Goldsboro. Detachment Marine Artillery. 
Skirmish at Wood s Cross Roads, Va., near Gloucester. Companies 

F and H, 6th Cavalry, Capt. Hall; Battery H, ist Artillery, Lieut. 

Mink; 56th Infantry, Maj. Wheeler; looth Infantry, Col. Dandy. 
Engagement at Poolesville, Md. Company L, nth Cavalry, Lieut. 

Geo. W. Smith. 
Skirmish at Aldie, Va. 5th Cavalry. 



I4th. 



I4th. 
I4th. 



I4th. 



I4th. 



I5th. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES. ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 183 

1862. 

6ri. Dec. I5th. Skirmish on Goldsboro Road, N. C. Expedition from New Berne to 
Goldsboro. Three companies 3d Cavalry, Maj. Fitzsimmons. 

612. Dec. I5th. Affair at White Hall Bridge, N. C. Expedition from New Berne 

to Goldsboro. Detachment 3d Cavalry, Maj. Garrard; one sec 
tion Battery F, 3d Artillery. 

613. Dec. i6th. Affairs at Olive Station and Goshen Swamp, N. C. Expedition from 

New Berne to Goldsboro. Five companies 3d Cavalry; one sec 
tion 23d Battery. 

614. Dec. l6th. Engagement at White Hall Bridge, N. C. Expedition from New 

Berne to Goldsboro. Detachment 3d Cavalry; Batteries B, E, F, 
H, I and K, 3d Artillery; detachments 23d and 24th Batteries; 
85th, Q2d and g6th Infantry. 

615. Dec. I7th. Raid on, and skirmish at, Dudley Station, N. C. Expedition from 

New Berne to Goldsboro. Companies B and C, 3d Cavalry, Maj. 
Fitzsimmons. 

616. Dec. I7th. Skirmish at Thompson s Bridge, N. C. Expedition from New Berne 

to Goldsboro. Four companies, 3d Cavalry, Maj. Garrard; Bat 
tery K, 3d Artillery; detachment 23d Battery. 

617. Dec. I7th. Engagement at Goldsboro Bridge, N. C. Expedition from New 

Berne to Goldsboro. Detachment 3d Cavalry; Batteries B, E, F, 
H, I and K, 3d Artillery; 23d and 24th Batteries; 8sth, Q2d and 
96th Infantry. 

618. Dec. I7th. Skirmish at Joyner s Ford, Va. ist Mounted Rifles. 

619. Dec. I7th. Skirmish near Baton Rouge, La. I3ist Infantry. 

620. Dec i8th. Skirmish at Kanky s Store, Va. Neabsco Creek. Detachment loth 

Cavalry. 

621. Dec. 20th. Skirmish at Snickersville, Va. 4th Cavalry. 

62^. Dec. 22d. Skirmish near Kellysville, near Kelly s Ford, Rappahannock River, 
Va. Detachment 4th and Qth Cavalry, Col. Di Cesnola. 

623. Dec. 22d. Skirmish at Windsor, Va. Isle of Wight Court House. Carsville 

Road, ist Mounted Rifles, Lt.-Col. B. F. Onderdonk. 

624. Dec. 24th. Skirmish at Wolf Run Shoal, Va. iO2d Infantry. 

625. Dec. 25th. Skirmish at Charlestown, W. Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Lieut. 

Vermilyea. 

626. Dec. 27th. Skirmish at Williamston, N. C. 8sth Infantry. 

627. Dec. 27th. Skirmish at Dumfries, Va. I37th Infantry. 

628. Dec. 28th. Skirmish at Fairfax Station, Va. iO2d Infantry. 

629. Dec. 28th. Skirmish on reconnaissance from Suffolk toward the Blackwater, Va. 

I30th Infantry, Col. Gibbs. 

630. Dec. 28th. Skirmish at Providence Church, Va. ist Mounted Rifles. 

631. Dec. 30th. Skirmish at Vienna, Va. Detachment nth Cavalry, Capt. Mix. 

632. Dec. 30th~3ist. Skirmishes near Richard and Ellis Ford, on reconnoissance to 

Rappahannock River, Va. I2th, I3th, I4th, I7th, 25th and 44th 
Infantry. 

633. Dec. 30th~3ist. Skirmish on expedition from Falmouth to Warrenton, Va. De- 

ta~hment 8th Cavalry. 

634. Dec. 3 1 st. Skirmish at Cub Run, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

635. Dec. 3ist. Skirmish at Plaquemine, La. Companies B, C and E, i62d Infantry. 

1863. 

636. Jan. 3d. Skirmish at Plaquemine, La. Three companies i62d Infantry, Maj. 

James H. Bogart. 



184 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

1863. 

637. Jan. 4th. Skirmish at Warrenton, Va. 8th Cavalry. 

638. Jan. 5th. Skirmish at Frying Pan, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry. 

639. Jan. 5th. Skirmish at Cub Run, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry. 

640. Jan. 6th. Skirmish at McGill s Ferry, La. i//th Infantry. 

641. Jan. 7th. Skirmish at Woodstock, Va. Detachment 1st Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Von 

Schickfuss. 

642. Jan. 8th. Skirmish at Core Creek, N. C. Detachment 3d Cavalry. 

643. Jan. 8th. Skirmish on Pamunkey River, near White House, Va. Detachment 

6th Cavalry, Maj. W. P. Hall; detachment iisth Infantry, Capt. 
McKittrick. 

644. Jan. 9th. Skirmish near Providence Church, Va. Detachment 1st Mounted 

Rifles, Maj. James N. Wheelan. 

645. Jan. nth. Skirmish at Burnt Ordinary, Va. ist Mounted Rifles. 

646. Jan. I3th. Skirmish at Bayou Teche, La. 75th and i6oth Infantry. 

647. Jan. I4th. Engagement at Bayou Teche, La., and destruction of Confederate 

gunboat Cotton. 75th Infantry, Lt.-Col. Babcock; i6oth Infantry, 
Col. Dwight. 

648. Jan. I7th. Skirmish near Newtown, Va. Company K, ist Cavalry. 

649. Jan. I7th. Skirmish near Pollocksville and North-east River, on Trenton Road, 

N. C. Companies A, B, C, F, G, K, L, M and Howitzer detach 
ment, 3d Cavalry, Col. Mix. 

650. Jan. i8th. Skirmish near Trenton, N. C. 3d Cavalry, as on I7th. 

651. Jan. i8th-i9th. Skirmish at White Oak Creek, at Young s Cross Roads, N. C. 

3d Cavalry, as on I7th. 

652. Jan. 20th. Skirmish at Jackson, N. C. 3d Cavalry, as on I7th, and detachment 

ist Mounted Rifles. 

653. Jan. 21 st. Skirmish at Alcock, Va. 9th Cavalry. 

654. Jan. 26th. Skirmish at Devil s Hole, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry. 

655- Jan. 26th. Skirmish at Grove Church, near Morrisville, Va. Detachments 4th 
and 9th Cavalry. 

656. Jan. 26th. Skirmish at Middleburg, Va. 5th Cavalry, Maj. Hammond. 

657. Jan. 3oth. Engagement at Deserted House, Va. Kelly s Store. Detachment 

ist Mounted Rifles, Maj. James N. Wheelan; H2th Infantry, Col. 
Jere C. Drake; I30th Infantry, Lt.-Col. Thomas J. Thorp; I55th In 
fantry, Col. Wm. McEvily; i64th Infantry, Col. J. P. McMahon; 
I7oth Infantry, Col. James P. Mclvor; i82d Infantry, Col. Matthew 
Murphy; Col. Alfred Gibbs, I30th Infantry, commanding the In 
fantry force. 

658. Feb. 2d. Skirmish at Rappahannock Station, on reconnaissance of the Rap- 

pahannock Fords, Va. 4th and detachment 9th Cavalry. 

659. Feb. 5th. Skirmish at Morrisville, Va. 9th Cavalry. 

660. Feb. 6th. Skirmish at Millwood, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. Jones 

and Lieut. Laverty. 

66 1. Feb. 6th. Skirmish near Edenton, Va. Union Mills, ist Mounted Rifles; 

i7Oth Infantry. 

662. Feb. 6th~7th. Skirmish at Barnett s Ford, Rapidan River, Va. 8th Cavalry 

663. Feb. 8th. Skirmish at Edenton, Va. ist Mounted Rifles. 

664. Feb. 9th. Skirmish near Winchester, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. 

Hertzog. 

665. Feb. 9th. Skirmish at New Baltimore, Va. Companies F and H, 5th Cavalry, 

Capt. Penfield. 

666. Feb. 9th. Skirmish near Somerville, Va. Detachment 4th Cavalry, Lieut. 

Schwartz; detachment 9th Cavalry, Capt. Dickson. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



185 



1863. 

667. Feb. loth. Skirmish at Warrenton, Va. Companies F and H, 5th Cavalry, 

Capt. Penfield. 
6(58. Feb. loth. Skirmish at Spotted Tavern, Va. 5th Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Johnstone. 

669. Feb. nth. Skirmish at Belle Plains, Va. 8th Cavalry. 

670. Feb. I3th. Skirmish near Sandy Ridge, N. C. Detachment 3d Cavalry, Capts. 

Brown and Jacobs, Jr. 

671. Feb. I3th. Skirmish near Washington, N. C. Company I, 3d Cavalry, Capt. 

G. F. Jocknick. 

672. Feb. I5th. Skirmish at Woodstock, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry. 

673. Feb. 25th. Action near Hartwood Church, Va. 4th Cavalry; 2ist and I24th 

Infantry. 

674. Feb. 26th. Skirmishes near Strasburg, Fisher s Hill and Woodstock, Va. 

Kernstown. Companies G and L, ist Cavalry, Capt. Passeger. 

675. Feb. 27th. Skirmish near New Berne, N. C. 3d Cavalry. Capt. Jacobs, Jr. 

676. March 2d. Skirmish near Aldie, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry. 

677. March.- 2d. Skirmish near Dumfries, Va. 8th Cavalry; Battery I, ist Artillery. 

678. March 3d. Skirmish at Skeet, near Fairfield, N. C. Company F and Howitzer 

Party 3d Cavalry, Capt. Colin Richardson. 

679. March 4th. Skirmish at Swan Quarters, N. C. Company F, 3d Cavalry, Capt. 

Richardson. 

680. March 4th. Skirmish at Independence Hill, Prince William County, Va. De 

tachment 8th Cavalry. 

681. March 4th. Skirmish at Pollocksville, X. C. I32d Infantry. 

682. March 6th. Skirmish at RappahannocL: Station, Va. Battery C, ist Artillery. 

683. March 6th. Skirmish at Trenton, N. C. I32d Infantry. 

684. March 7th. Skirmish at Hope Landing, Va. 4th Cavalry. 

685. March 7th. Skirmish at Chuckatuck, Va. 1st Mounted Rifles. 

686. March 7th. Skirmish at Core Creek, N. C. Detachment Company H, 3d 

Cavalry. 

687. March 7th. Skirmish near Dover, N. C. Companies E and A, 3d Cavalry, Capts. 

Jacobs, Jr., and Chamberlin. 

688. March 7th. Skirmish at Young s Cross Roads, White Oak Creek, N. C. De 

tachment 3d Cavalry; I32d Infantry, Lt.-Col. Hitchcock. 

689. March 9th. Skirmish near Windsor, Va. ist Mounted Rifles, Col. Dodge. 

690. March 9th. Affair at Fairfax Court House, Va. 5th Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Johnstone. 

691. March I3th. Skirmish on scout near New Berne, N. C. 92d Infantry. 

692. March I3th. Skirmish at Berwick City, La. i6oth Infantry. 

693. March I3th-i4th. Skirmishes at Deep Gully, Trent Road, near New Berne, N. C. 

Company A, 3d Cavalry; Batteries F and H, 3d Artillery. 

694. March I4th. Attack on, and defense of, New Berne, N. C. Batteries E and I, 3d 

Artillery; 23d and 24th Batteries; 85th, g6th and I32d Infantry. 

695. March I4th. Attack on, and defense of, Fort Anderson, near New Berne, N. C. 

92d Infantry, Lt.-Col. Anderson. 

696. March I4th-I5th. Operations against Port Hudson, La., and skirmishes. Clinton 

Plank Road. 6th, 75th, gist, noth, H4th, n6th, I3ist, I33d, I56th, 
I59th, i6oth, i6ist, i62d and I74th Infantry. 

697. March I5th. Skirmish near New Berne, N. C. 3d Cavalry. 

698. March I7th. Engagement at Kelly s Ford, Va. Kellysville. 4th Cavalry, Col. 

Di Cesnola; 6th Battery, Lieut. Browne. 

699. March igth. Skirmish opposite Port Hudson, La. Company E, n6th Infantry. 

700. March 23d. Skirmish at Kelly s Ford, Rappahannock River, Va. 4th Cavalry. 

701. March 23d. Skirmish at Little River Turnpike, near Chantilly, Va. Companies 

C, H and K, 5th Cavalry, Majs. White and Bacon. 



1 86 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1863. 

702. March 24th. Skirmish at Ponchatoula, La. Wadesborough Landing. Three 

companies i6sth Infantry, Lt.-Col. Smith; Companies D and H, 
I77th Infantry. 

703. March 24th. Skirmish at McGill s Ferry, Amite River, La. Detachment 17/th 

Infantry. 

704. March 25th. Skirmish at Civique s Ferry, La. I77th Infantry. Col. Ainsworth. 

705. March 26th. Skirmish at Berwick Bay, La. Company F, i6sth Infantry, Capt. 

Thorp. 

706. March 27th. Skirmish at Mine Run, Va. Battery C, ist Artillery. 

707. March 27th. Skirmish at Prairie, La. Detachment I77th Infantry. 

708. March 28th. Skirmish at Amite Ferry, La. Detachment I77th Infantry. 

709. March 28th. Skirmish near Pattersonville, La. Company F, i6oth Infantry. 

710. March 29th. Affair near Dumfries, Va, Detachment 8th Cavalry. 

711. March 3oth. Skirmish at Deep Gully, N. C. 158th Infantry. 

712. March 3Oth-April isth. Siege and defense of Washington-on-the-Tar, N. C. 

Company I, 3d Cavalry, Capt. Jocknick; Battery G, 3d Artillery, 
Capt. Wall. 

713. March 3ist. Skirmish at Blackwater Bridge, Va. ist Mounted Rifles. 

714. March 3ist. Skirmish at Cole s Island, S. C. looth Infantry. 

715. April ist. Skirmish at Broad Run, Loudon Co., Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry. 

716. April ist. Skirmish at Beverly Ford, Rappahannock River, Va. 8th Cavalry. 

717. April 3d. Skirmish at White Fork, N. C. 3d Cavalry. 

718. April 4th. Skirmish at Gum Swamp, N. C. Detachment 3d Cavalry. 

719. April 6th. Skirmish at Nixonton, N. C. One company 8sth Infantry, Lieut. 

Whitney. 

720. April 8th. Skirmish between Fort Anderson and Little Swift Creek, N. C. De 

tachment 3d Cavalry. 

721. April 9th. Action at Blount s Creek and Swift Creek, N. C. Blount s Mill, 

Blount s Ridge, near New Hope Church School House. 3d Cav 
alry, Maj. Garrard; Batteries E, F, H and M, 3d Artillery; 23d 
Battery; 8sth, 96th, I32d and isSth Infantry. 

722. April loth. Skirmish at Folly Island, S. C. Detachment Marine Artillery, Lieut. 

Sands; looth Infantry, Col. Dandy. 

723. April nth. Skirmish at Fort Magruder, Williamsburg and Yorktown, Va. 

Companies F and H, 6th Cavalry; I39th Infantry. 

724. April nth. Skirmish near Pattersonville, La. 75th, H4th and i6oth Infantry. 

725. April nth. Skirmish at Folly Island, S. C. rooth Infantry. 

726. April nth-May 4th. Siege and defense of Suffolk, Va. Losses of engagements 

incidental to it are here included. (See table following.) 













Killed . 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA- 

ZATIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




o 




o 




, 


i> 

d 








C 

o 






u 


iS 


u 

- 


-t-> G 
.- 


(H 

Sg 


tn u 

^E 


o 

CO 
60 








CJ 




C 


w 


O 


w 


O 






ist Mount. 
























Rifles 






7 


Col B F. Onderdonk 








\ 




1 


j 


16th Bat y 


Follett 




7 


Capt. Frederick L. Killer 
















19th Bat y 


Follett 




7 


Capt. Wm. H. Stahl 
















1st Batt n. 






























7 


Capt. Joseph S. Arnold 




1 




4 









3d Inf... 






7 


Batt.: Co. A and portion F and K, 
























Capt. J. G. Fay * 
















9th Inf. . . 


1, Hawkins. . . 


3, Getty 


9 


Col. Rush C. Hawkins (c), Maj. 
























Edward Jardine . . 

















IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



187 



1863. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


i^ 
: 

u 

9 
7 
9 

7 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


89th Inf.. 
99th Inf.. 
103d Inf.. 
112th Inf 


1, Hawkins. . . 
Res., Wardrop 
1, Hawkins. . . 

Foster 


3, Getty 

3, Getty 
Corcoran 


Col. H. S. Fairchild (c), Lt.-Col. 
T. L England 




3 
13 
2 


1 

4 
2 


9 
54 
15 






13 
71 
20 


Col. David W. Wardrop (c), Lt.-Col. 
Rich. Nixon 






Col. Benj. Ringold (k), Lt.-Col. And. 
Wettstein 


1 


Col. Jeremiah C. Drake * 






117th Inf. . 
118th Inf. . 
127th Inf. . 

130th Inf.. 
141st Inf 




3 Getty 


9 


Col. Wm. R. Pease * 
















Res., Wardrop 
3, Hughston.. . 

Terry 
2 Porter 


Gurney 

Corcoran 
Gurney 


7 
7 


Lt.-Col. O. Keese, Jr * 
Col. Wm. Gurney (c), Lt.-Col. S. L. 
Woodford 
















Lt.-Col. Thomas J. Thorp 
Col. John W. Dininny 




1 




5 






6 


142d Inf. 


3 Hughston. . . 


Gurney 




Col. N. M. Curtis 
















143d Inf.. 
144th Inf.. 
152d Inf 








Lt -Col. Horace Boughton 
















3, Hughston.. . 
Terrv . 


Gurney 
Corcoran 


7 


Col. Robert S. Hughston (c) 
















Col. A. Ferguson * 




















- 


Col. Wm McEvily ... 






1 
1 


4 

8 

4 






5 
10 

8 


164th Inf 


Murphy 


Corcoran 


7 


Col. J. P. McMahon 




1 
1 






169th Inf.. 
170th Inf. . 


Foster 
Murphy 


Corcoran 
Corcoran 


7 
7 


Col. Clarence Buel (w), Lt.-Col. John 








Col. James P. Mclvor * 














182d Inf.. 


Murphy 


Corcoran 


7 


Col. Mat. Murphy (c), Lt.-Col. J. T. 
















Total 
















1 


22 


12 


107 
205 




1 


143 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


3 


38 


18 




2 


266 



727. April nth. Skirmish on South Quay Road, near the Blackwater, Va. Siege of 

Suffolk. Detachment ist Mounted Rifles. 

728. April I2th-i3th. Engagement at Fort Bisland, near Centreville, La. Bethel 

Place; Bayou Teche. 













Killed . 


W n d 


Miss g 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




T3 




o 




T3 


rt 








g 




B 
U 


4J C 

01 O 


u 

S 


c 

c/l C, 


E 
u 


4- C 


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- 


73 C 


- 


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W 








_ 




O 


W 


z 


w 


O 


-S 


< 


18th Bat v 




3, Emory 


19 


Capt. Albert G. Mack. . . 














2 


75th Inf 


2 Weitzel 


1, Augur 


19 


Lt.-Col. Willoughby Babcock 




2 


> 


13 






17 


110th Inf. . 


1, Ingraham. . . 


3, Emory 


19 


Col. Clinton H. Sage 
















114th Inf. . 


2, Weitzel 


1, Augur 


19 


Lt.-Col. Samuel R. Per Lee 








H 






H 


133d Inf 




3 Emory 


19 


Col. Leonard D. H. Currie... 




4 


j 


20 






25 


156th Inf. . 


3, Gooding. . . . 


3, Emory 


I .i 


Lt.-Col. Jacob Sharpe 


1 






18 








160th Inf. . 


2, Weitzel 


1, Augur 


19 


Lt.-Col. John B. Van Petten... 




2 




5 






7 


162d Inf.. 


1, Ingraham.. . 


3, Emory 


19 Lt.-Col. Justus W. Blanchard 
















173d Inf.. 


2, Paine 


3, Emory 


19 Major A. Power Gall way 




2 




5 






7 


175th Inf. . 


3, Gooding. . . . 


3, Emory 


19, Col. Michael K. Bryan 




1 




6 






7 










Total 


1 


14 


3 


80 






98 










Total loss of Union forces engaged 
















:-: 


37 


s 


176 




224 



729. 


April 


I3th. 


Skirmish 


al 


Snicker s Ferry, 


Va. 


Detachment of 


Company F, ist 


Cavalry. 


730. 


April 


I3th. 


Skirmish 


m 


Somerton Road, 


Va. 


Siege 


of 


Suffolk. Ii2th 


Infantry. 


73i. 


April 


I3th. 


Skirmish 


on 


Edenton Road, 


Va. 


Siege 


of 


Suffolk 


. i55th 


Infantry. 


733. 


April 


I3th. 


Skirmish 


at 


Berry s Ferry, 


Va. 


Detachment of 


Company H, ist 








Cavalry 


, Lieut. Martindale. 



i88 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1863. 

733. April I3th. Skirmishes at White Post and Front Royal, Va. Detachment 1st 

Cavalry. 

734. April i3th. Skirmish at Madame Porter s and McWilliams Plantations, La. 

Irish Bend. 6th, gist, i3ist and iSQth Infantry. 

735. April I4th. Engagement at Irish Bend, La. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


|H 
O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed . 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


u 
rt 

;-. 

to 

< 


| Officers. 


Enlisted 
men 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men 


Officers. 


5 c 

C 

"i E 
a 


6th Inf. . 


1 Dwight. . . . 


4, Grover 


W 


Lt.-Col. Michael Cassidy . . 












91st Inf 


I Dwight 




19 






2 


1 


10 
3 






13 
3 

117 
133 


131st Inf. . 


1, Dwight .... 


4, Grover 


19 


Lt.-Col. Nicholas W. Day 








159th Inf 


3 Birge 




1!) 


Col. E. L. Molineux (w), Lt.-Col. C. 
A. Burt 


4 
4 


15 
17 


5 
6 


73 
86 





20 
20 








Total 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


6 


43 


17 


257 


20 


353 



736. April I4th. Skirmish at Paris, Va. ist Cavalry. 

737. April I4th. Skirmish at Rappahannock Station, or Railroad Bridge, Va. 2(1 and 

loth Cavalry. 

738. April I4th. Skirmish at Jeanerette, La. 75th and i6oth Infantry. 

739. April I4th. Skirmish near Blount s Creek, N. C. Detachment 3d Cavalry. 

740. April I4th. Attack on, and defense of, the Steamer " Smith Briggs," Va. Siege 

of Suffolk. i6th Battery; Company I, 99th Infantry. 

741. April I5th. Skirmish at Hazel Run, Va. 8th Cavalry. 

742. April i5th. Skirmish at Freeman s Ford, Rappahannock River, Va. Beverly 

Ford. 8th and 9th Cavalry. 

743. April I5th. Skirmish on Edenton Road, Va. Siege of Suffolk, ist Mounted 

Rifles, Maj. Patton; Company I, I55th and one company each of 
i64th and i/oth Infantry. 

744. April i6th. Skirmishes at Warrenton, Va. Two companies 2d Cavalry, Capt. 

Hasty. 

745. Aprrl i6th. Skirmish at Peletier s Mills, N. C. 3d Cavalry. 

746. April i6th. Skirmish at Sandy Ridge, N. C. I32d Infantry. 

747. April I7th. Skirmish at Mansfield, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry. 

748. April i7th. Skirmish on South Quay Road, Va. Siege of Suffolk. 8th Com 

pany Sharpshooters; two companies 99th and six companies I30th 
Infantry. 

749. April i7th. Skirmish at Breaux Bridge, Bayou Teche, La. Detachment I73d In 

fantry, Capt. Conrady. 

750. April I7th-i8th. Action at Bayou Vermillion, La. 6th, 9ist, I3ist and I59th 

Infantry. 

751. April I7th-i8th. Skirmishes at railroad crossing of Core Creek, N. C. Com 

panies A and E, 3d Cavalry; 8ist Infantry; and Company G, isSth 
Infantry, Capt. O Connor. 

752. April i8th. Skirmish at Gainesville, Miss. I28th Infantry. 

753. April igth. Capture of Battery Huger, Hill s Point, Va. Siege of Suffolk. De 

tachment 89th Infantry, Lt.-Col. T. L. England. 

754. April igth. Skirmish on Big Swift Creek, N. C. Detachment 3d Cavalry. 

755. April I9th-20th. Skirmishes at Little Washington, N. C. 8sth Infantry. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



189 



756. April 2Oth 



757. April 

758. April 

759. April 

760. April 

761. April 

762. April 

763. April 

764. April 



2Oth. 
20th. 

2ISt. 
22(1. 

23d. 
24th. 

26th. 
27th. 



765. April 28th, 



766. April 
767. April 
768. April 


28th. 
28th. 
28th. 


769. April 


29th. 


770. April 


29th. 


771. April 
772. April 


29th. 
29th. 


773. April 


29th. 


774. April 


29th. 


775. April 


29th- 



1863. 

Skirmish at Sandy Ridge or Leard s Creek, N. C. Seventeen men of 

Company H, 3d Cavalry, Sergt. Henry G. Dow; Battery H, 3d 

Artillery; nine companies I32d and live companies i58th Infantry. 
Skirmish at Opelousas, La. I33d Infantry. 
Skirmish at Hill s Point, Va. Siege of Suffolk. Companies D, F, 

H and K, H7th Infantry, Col. Pease. 
Skirmish at Millwood, Va. Detachments ist Cavalry, Capt. Bailey 

and Lieut. Wyckoff. 
Skirmish at Bayou Courtableau, La. Capture of Steamer " Ellen." 

Detachment of Company I, i62d Infantry, Lieut. Neville. 
Skirmish at Port Royal, Va. 84th and 95th Infantry. 
Skirmish on Edenton Road, Va. Siege of Suffolk. iO3d, five com 
panies, H2th, i64th and i6o.th, Col. Buel (w). Infantry. 
Skirmish at Philippi, W. Va. io6th Infantry, Col. Edward C. James. 
Skirmish at Moorefield, W. Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Maj. 

Adams. 
Skirmish at Wise s Cress Roads, N. C. Belleview Cross Roads. 

Two companies 3d Cavalry: one section Battery H, 3d Artillery. 
Skirmish at White Plains, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

Skirmish near Warrenton, Va. Gen. Stoneman s raid. Qth Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Evansville, W. Va. Company K, io6th Infantry, Capt. 

John D. McBroom. 
Affair at Fairmont, \V. Va. Companies F and D, io6th Infantry, 

Capts. Chamberlain and Briggs. 
Skirmish near Fairmont, \V. Va. Company B, io6th Infantry, Capt. 

A. N. McDonald. 

Skirmish near Core Creek, N. C. Detachment 3d Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Kelly s Ford, Va. Gen. Stoneman s raid. 8th and 9th 

Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Germanna and Richards Fords, Va. Chancellorsville 

campaign. 6th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Crooke s Run, Va. Mountain Run. Chancellorsville 

campaign. 6th Cavalry. 
May 2d. Action at Pollock s Mill Creek or Fitzhugh s Crossing, Va. 

White Oak Run, five miles below Fredericksburg. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


n 

~ 

CJ 

1 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed . 


Wn d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 

00 I 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


|c 
~ 

a 

8 


Officers. 


B c 
f. o 

^ 

a 


1st Art.: 
Bat y L 
5th Bat y 
loth Bat v 
29th Bat v 
32 d Bat v 
50th Eng. . 




1, Wadsworth. 
















Capt Elijah D Taft 














Artillery 
Artillery 
Artillery 


Reserve 
Reserve 
Reserve 




Capt. Patrick Hart 
Lieut. Gustav Von Blucher 
Lieut. George Gaston 
Lt.-Col. W. H. Pettes and Maj. Ed- 








6 

in 




i 


7 

10 

1 

i 
i 
i 

23 


22d Inf.. 

24th Inf. . . 
20th Inf. . . 
30th Inf. . . 
76th Inf. . . 
83d Inf... 
84th Inf... 
94th Inf... 


1, Phelps, Jr. . 

1. Phelps. Jr. . 
2. Baxter 
1, Phelps, Jr. . 
2, Cutler 
3, Leonard. . . . 
1, Phelps, Jr. . 
1, Root 


1, Wadsworth. 

1 Wadsworth . 
2 Robinson . . . 
1 Wadsworth . 
1 Wadsworth. 
2 Robinson. . . 
1 Wadsworth . 
2 Robinson. . . 


1 
1 


Col. Walter Phelps, Jr. (c), Maj. 
















i 






Lt.-Col. Gilbert S. Jennings 
Col. William M. Searing 
Col. William P. Wainwright 
Lt.-Col. Joseph A. Moesch 
Col. Edward B. Fowler 
Col. Adrian R. Root (c). Capt. 
Samuel A. Moffett . .... 






"i 

- 


"i 

i 

21 







190 IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1863. 



ORGANIZA 

TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


i* 
- 
U 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


d 
Ze 

01 <u 

^2 

w 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 

4. | men. 


95th Inf.. 


2, Cutler 


1, Wadsworth. 


1 


Col. George H. Biddle. . 








2 


1 


7 


97th Inf.. 
104th Inf.. 
147th Inf. . 


3, Leonard. . . . 
1 , Root 
2, Cutler 


2, Robinson. . . 


1 


Col. Charles Wheelock 








2, Robinson. . . 


1 


Col. Gilbert G. Prey 
















1, Wadsworth . 


1 


Col. John G. Butler 








g 






6 










Total 


















3 


56 


1 


5 

8 


65 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 






4 


14 


9 


135 


1 


180 



776. April 2gth-May 2d. Action at Franklin s Crossing, Va. Deep Run. Two miles 
below Fredericksburg. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


I 

|M 

C 

U 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed.! W n d. 


Miss g 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


1st Bat y 
3d Bat y 
SOthBat y 
31st Bat y 
15th Eng. 

16th Inf. . 
18th Inf. . 
27th Inf. . 
31st Inf. . 
32d Inf.. 
121st Inf.. 


Light 


2, Howe 
Division 


6 
A 


Capt. Andrew Cowan 
Lieut. Wm. A. Harn 
















Artillery 
Artillery 


Reserve 
Reserve 


6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 


Capt. Adolph Voegelee 
With the 30th Battery, attached 
















2, Bartlett. . . . 
3, Russell 
2, Bartlett. . . . 
Light 
3, Russell 
2, Bartlett .... 


1, Brooks 
1, Brooks 
1, Brooks 
Division 
1, Brooks 
1, Brooks 


Col. Clinton G. Colgate, Maj. Walter 
L. Cassin 
















Col. George R. Myers 
Col. Alexander D. Adams 
















J 












Col. Frank Jones 


9 






10 


Col. Francis E. Pinto 
Col. Emory Upton 






Total 


_ 


1 
2 


2 


9 

16 


Ill 


J_ll 


10 
20 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 







777. April 30th. Skirmishes at Wilderness Run, Louisa Run and near Spotsylvania 

Court House, Va. Chancellorsville campaign. 6th Cavalry. 

778. April 3Oth. Skirmish at Culpeper, Va. Gen. Stoneman s raid. 8th and gth 

Cavalry. 

779. April 30th. Skirmish at Rappahannock River, Va. I2th Infantry. 

780. April 30th. Skirmish at Core Creek, N. C. 3d Cavalry. 

781. April 30th. Skirmish at Kelly s Ford, Va. Detachment loth Cavalry. 

782. May 1st. Skirmish at Rapidan Station, Va. Gen. Stoneman s raid. 4th 

Cavalry, Col. Di Cesnola; 8th Cavalry, Col. Davis; gth Cavalry. 

783. May ist. Skirmish on South Quay Bridge, Va. Siege of Suffolk. i6th Bat 

tery; Qgth Infantry, Lt.-Col. Nixon. 

784. May 1st. Skirmish at Moundville, La. gist Infantry. 

785. May ist~3d. Battle of Chancellorsville, Va. Losses in skirmishes, May 4th- 

6th, included. (See table following.) 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



191 



1863. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




o 

_ 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


\V 


n d. 

d 


Miss g. 


o 

a 

00 

Z 
oo 

60 
< 

2 

19 

1 




T3 




a 


c 
I. 



C 


Enliste 
men 


V 

-^ 


c 


Enliste 
men 


Officer 


1 Enliste 
" ! men 


6th Cav 






2 
C 


Capt. Riley Johnson, Cos. D and K 
escort 








o 




6th Cav . . 
9th Cav. . 


2, Devin 


1, Pleasanton.. 


Col. T. C. Devin (c), Lt.-Col. Duncan 
McVicar (k), Capt. W. E. Beards- 
ley; 8 Cos 




1 
1 


i 






Detachment, Capt. T. Hanley 








OneidaCav 

1st Art.: 
Bat y B. 
Bat y C. 
Bat y D. 

Bat y G 
Bat y I. 

Bat y K. 

Bat y L. 
Bat y M 

2d Bat y 
4th Bat y 
6th Bat y 
10th Bat y 
llth Bat y 
13th Bat.y 
14th Bat y 
15th Eng. 
60th Eng. 
1st Inf.. 

2d Inf. 








Headquarters Army of the Potomac 
Capt. Daniel P. Mann 












1, Hancock. . . 


? 


Capt. Rufus D. Pettit 






i 


11 

12 






12 
14 




3, Humphreys. 
2 Berry 


?, 


Capt. Almond Barnes 
Capt. T. W. Osborne and Lieut. G. B. 
Winslow 












3, French 


Lt. Nelson Ames 
















2, Von Stein- 
wehr 


11 

12 

1 
12 

11 


Capt. Michael Wiedrich 




1 




10 




* 


13 

7 




1, Williams 

1, Wadsworth . 
I, Williams. . . 


Capt. R. H. Fitzhugh and Lt. E. L. 
Bailey 












Capt. John A. Reynolds 
















Lt. C. E. Winegar (m), Lt. J. D. 
Woodbury 








13 


1 


3 


22 


Capt. Hermann Jahn 










2, Berry 


X 


Lt. Wm. T. McLean 






















Lt. Joseph W. Martin 








4 






6 
18 
11 
13 
1 




3, Whipple 


3 


Lt. Samuel Lewis 








U 




1 
2 




3, Whipple.. . . 
1, Devens, Jr. . 


3 

1 1 


Lt. John E. Burton 
Capt. Julius Dieckmann 




2 


1 
1 


7 
10 








2 


With Batteries B and G, 1st Artillery 
Col. Clinton G. Colgate 


1 










Hoi. Charles B. Stuart 
















3, Hayman. . . 
3 Mott 


1, Birney 
2 Berry . 


a 

8 

2 
5 


Col. J. F. Pierson (w), Lt.-Col. F. L. 
Leland 




3 

4 


3 
5 


15 

39 


2 


57 
6 


80 
54 


Col. S. W. Park (w), Lt.-Col. W. A. 
Olmstead, Maj. Wm. B. tibbits (w) 
Col. J. D. MacGregor (w), Lt.-Col. 
Wm. Jamison 




4th Inf.. 
6th Inf.. 


3, MacGregor. . 
3, O Rorke 


3, French 
2, Sykes 


^ol. Cleveland Winslow 
















7th Inf.. 
8th Inf.. 


3, Zook 


1, Hancock. . . 


2 
11 
2 
> 


Detachment serving with the 52d Inf. 
One company, provost guard 












4 


4 


10th Inf.. 




3, French. . 


Vtaj. Geo. F. Hopper 
















12th Inf.. 


3, Stockton . . . 


1, Griffin 


Hapt. Wm. Huson 
















13th Inf. . 
14th Inf. . 

17th Inf.. 
22d Inf.. 

24th Inf.. 


1, Barnes 
2, McQuade. . . 

3, Stockton . . . 
1, Phelps, Jr. . 
1, Phelps, Jr. . 


1, Griffin 
1, Griffin 

1, Griffin 
1, Wadsworth. 
1, Wadsworth. 


6 

5 

5 

l 
} 


A battalion; Capt. William Downey. 
Col. J. McQuade (c), Lt.-Col. T. M. 
Davies 








4 

? 




1 


5 

3 
5 


^t. Col. Nelson B Bartram 




1 




4 






Maj. Thomas J. Strong 




Hoi. Samuel R. Beardsley 








1 






1 
3 

78 

96 
1 

222 
37 
70 

61 
4 

76 

43 
42 
31 

31 

66 

27 
6 
44 

70 

54 
10 


25th Inf.. 


1, Barnes 


1, Griffin 


;> 


Hoi. Charles A. Johnson 








3 






26th Inf.. 
28th Inf.. 


2, Baxter 
1, Knipe 


2, Robinson. . . 
1, Williams. . . 


I 
12 

11 

1 

3 

3 

:< 
11 

5 


^t.-Col. Gilbert S. Jennings 
Lt.-Col. E. W. Cook (m), Maj. The- 
ophilus Fitzgerald 




1 

3 

3 
2 
1 

2 


4 
G 

a 

2 


6 

49 

1 

106 
16 
37 

26 
4 


4 
1 

1 
1 


67 

38 

107 
18 
29 

31 


29th Inf.. 

30th Inf. . 
37th Inf. . 

38th Inf.. 
40th Inf.. 
41st Inf.. 

44th Inf.. 


1, Bushbeck. . . 

1, Phelps, Jr. . 
3, Hayman.. . . 

2, Ward . . 
2, Ward 
1, Von Gilsa.. . 

3, Stockton . . . 


2, Von Stein- 


^t.-Col. L. Hartmann (w), Maj. A. von 
Schluembach 


1 


1, Wadsworth . 
1, Birney 

1, Birney 
1, Birney 
1, Devens, Jr. . 

1, Griffin 


Capt. Wm. M. Searing 
Col. S. B. Hayman (c), Lt.-Col. Gil 
bert Riordan 


Hoi. P. Regis DeTrobriand 
Col. Thomas W. Egan 
Col. L. Von Gilsa (c), Maj. Detler Von 
Einsiedel 




Col. James C. Rice 




45th Inf.. 
62d Inf.. 

64th Inf.. 
57th Inf.. 
68th Inf.. 

00th Inf. . 
61st Inf.. 

63d Inf.. 

64th Inf.. 
66th Inf.. 
68th Inf.. 

68th Inf.. 


1, Von Gilsa.. . 
3, Zook 

1, Von Gilsa... 
3, Zook 
2, Kryzanowski 

3, Greene 
1, Caldwell 

2, Meagher. . . . 
4, Brooke 
3, Zook 
1, Schimmel- 
pfenning. . . 
2. Meaeher. . . 


1, Devens, Jr. . 
1, Hancock . . . 

1, Devens, Jr. . 
1, Hancock . . . 
3, Schurz 

2, Geary 
1, Hancock . . . 

1, Hancock. . . 
1, Hancock. . . 
1, Hancock. . . 

3, Schurz 
1. Hancock . . 


11 
2 

2 
11 
2 
11 

12 

2 

2 
2 
2 

11 

? 


Col. George Von Amsberg 
Col. P. Frank (w), Lt.-Col. C. G. 


a 


4 

3 
1 
2 


\\ 

t 
8 
2 

2 

3 
1 

2 
H 

2 

a 

2 


22 

28 
21 
26 

8 
41 

15 
1 

18 
8 

17 
5 


1 

2 
1 
2 


43 

9 
17 
1 

18 
13 

9 

2 

8 
57 

33 


Lt.-CoUC. Ashby (w), Maj. S. Kovacs 
Lt.-Col. Alford B. Chapman 
Col. W. Kryzanowski (c), Capt. 
Fred k Braun (k), Capt. Emil 
Koenig 


1 


Lt.-Col. John C. O. Redington 
Col. N. A. Miles (w), Lt.-Col. K. O. 




9 
1 

"is 
i 

i 

3 


Lt.-Col. Richard C. Bentley 


1 


Hoi. Orlando H. Morris 

Hoi. Gotthilf Bourry De Ivernois. . . . 
Cant. Tames E. McGee. . . 





IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1863. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


Corps. 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


-3 
|g 

|E 
w 


Officers. 


2c 

a) 

^ 

a 


Officers. 


3 

Si O 

" C 

a 


70th Inf 


Revere ... . 


2, Berry 


3 


Col. J. E. Farnum (c), Lt.-Col. T. Holt 




4 




11 




17 
23 

58 

4 

15 

66 
1 


32 
39 

101 
38 

40 

131 

4 


71st Inf.. 
72d Inf 


, Revere 


2, Berry 
2, Berry 


3 
3 

3 
3 

1 
12 

1 

1 
3 

2 

1 
1 


Col. Henry L. Potter 
Col. Wm. O. Stevens (k), Maj. J. 


4 
1 

1 


1 

7 
2 

3 
11 


2 

I 

a 

3 


13 

24 
29 

19 
2 

48 

;3 


1 
2 


73d Inf.. 

74th Inf 


, Revere 


2, Berry 
2, Berry 


Maj. Michael W. Burns 
Lt.-Col. W. H. Lounsbury (w), Capt. 
H. M. Alles (w), Capt. Francis E. 
Tyler 


76th Inf.. 
78th Inf. . 

83d Inf.. 
84th Inf. . 
86th Inf. . 

88th Inf.. 
93d Inf 


2, Cutler 
3, Greene 

3, Leonard. . . . 
1, Phelps, Jr. . 
1, Franklin.. . . 

2, Meagher. . . . 


1, Wadsworth. 
2, Geary 

2, Robinson. . . 
1, Wadsworth . 
3, Whipple 

1, Hancock.. . . 


Col. Wm. P. Wainwright 
Maj. H. R. Stagg, Capt. W. H. Ran 
dall 


Lt.-Col. Joseph A. Moesch 
Cnl. Edwr.rd B. Fowler 


Lt.-Col. B. J. Chapin (k), Capt. J. H. 
Lansing 


:, 


5 
3 


4 
4 


64 
19 




1 

20 


77 
46 


Col. Patrick Kelly 


Provost-Guard A. P., Col. J. S. 
Crocker 




94th Inf. . 
95th Inf 


1, Root 
2 Cutler 


2, Robinson. . . 
1, Wadsworth . 


Col. A. R. Root (c), Capt. S. A. 
Moffett 








1 






1 
2 


Col. George H. Biddle 








o 






97th Inf 




2, Robinson. . . 


1 


Col. Charles Wheelock 














102d Inf.. 
104th Inf.. 
107th Inf 


3, Greene 
1, Root 
3 Ruger 


2, Geary 
2, Robinson. . . 
1, Williams. . . 


12 
1 
12 


Col. James C Lane 


1 


9 


3 
1 

4 

1 

3 

1 
4 
7 


38 
2 
50 

39 

64 
48 
110 
154 

^ 


1 


38 


90 
3 

i>3 

62 

120 
6S 
148 
2U4 

S 

6 
54 

21 

95 
50 


Col. Gilbert G. Prey 


Col. Alexander S. Diven 


1 


4 

2 

10 
4 
15 

27 




24 
10 

42 
13 
18 
15 

5 

5 
35 

6 

56 
29 


108th Inf. . 
119th Inf.. 
120th Inf 


2, Hays 
2, Kryzanowski 


3, French 
3, Schurz 
2, Berry 


2 
11 

a 


Col. C. J. Powers (c), Lt.-Col. F. E. 
Pierce 


Col. E. Peissner (k), Lt.-Col. J. T. 


1 


Lt.-Col. Cornelius D. Westbrook. . . . 


l3d Inf 


2 Ross 


1, Williams 


12 


Col. Archibald L. McDougall 


1 
1 


124th Inf. . 
134th Int.. 

136th Inf. . 

137th Inf. . 
140th Inf.. 

145th Inf.. 

146th Inf. . 
147th Inf.. 
149th Inf.. 

154th Inf.. 
157th Inf.. 


1, Franklin. .. . 
2, Barlow. . . 

2, Barlow.. . . 

3, Greene 
3,0 Rorke 

2, Ross 


3, Whipple 
2, Von Stein- 
wehr 
2, Von Stein- 


3 

11 
I] 


Col. A. Van Home Ellis 


Col. Charles R. Coster 


Col. James Wood, Jr 








\ 




2, Geary 
2, Sykes 

1, Williams.. .. 

2, Sykes 
1. Wadsworth . 
2, Geary 

2. Von Stein- 


12 
5 

12 

5 

1 
12 

11 
11 


Col. David Ireland 
Col. P. H. O Rorke (c), Lt.-Col. L. 
Ernst 


1 


3 
2 

3 
2 


2 
1 

1 
1 


13 

11 

32 
16 


1 

1 

2 
2 


Col E. L. Price (w), Maj. Geo. W. 
Reid 


3, O Rorke... 
2, Cutler 
3, Greene 

1, Bushbeck. . . 

1, Schimmel- 
pfenning 


Col. Kenner Garrard 
Col. John G. Butler 


Maj. A. G. Cook (w), Capt. O. T. 


2 

1 
1 
26 

us 


13 

6 
12 

222 
964 


5 

3 
3 

12d 
4MI 


63 

77 
63 
1632 
6360 


2 

4 
1 
33 

134 


101 

137 
IS 
1355 
4080 


186 

228 
98 
3388 
12145 


Col. P. H. Jones (w), Lt.-Col. Henry 
C. Loomis 


3 Schurz 


Col. Philip P. Brown, Jr 






Total 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 



786. May 2d. Skirmish at Louisa Court House, Va. Gen. Stoneman s raid. 2d 

Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Davies; loth Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Irvine. 

787. May 2d. Skirmish at Ely s Ford, Va. Gen. Stoneman s raid. 8th Cavalry. 

788. May 3d. Skirmish at Ashland and Hanover Station, Va. Gen. Stoneman s 

raid. 2d Cavalry. 

789. May 3d. Skirmish at South Anna Bridge, near Ashland, Va. Gen. Stoneman s 

raid. loth Cavalry. 

jd. Skirmish at Warrenton Junction, Va. 5th Cavalry. Maj. Hammond. 
3d. Skirmish near Hill s Point, Va. Siege of Suffolk, n/th Infantry. 
3d. Skirmish at Amite River, La. iSth Battery. 



700. May 

791. May 

792. May 

793. May 



3d. Skirmish on the Providence Church Road, Va. Siege of Suffolk. 
ist Mounted Rifles; Sgth, io3d, I43d, I44th, I70th Infantry. 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1863. 

794. May 3d. Skirmish near Chuckatuck and Reed s Ferry, Va. Siege of Suffolk. 

Detachment of 10 men, ist Mounted Rifles, Sergt. Jas L. Trow- 
bridge. 

795. May 3d~4th. Battle of Fredericksburg (Marye s Heights), and Salem Church 

(Salem Heights), and skirmishes near Banks Ford, Va. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


, 

h 

u 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


1st Bat y. 
3d Bat y. 
5th Bat y. 
15th Bat v. 
2cth Bat y. 
30th Bat y. 
31 i Bat y. 
321 Bat y. 
loth Eng. . 

50th Eng. . 




2, Howe 


6 

6 


Capt Andrew Cowan 












Light 


Division 


Lieut William A. Harn 








1 






1 


Artillery 


Reserve 


Capt. Elijah D. Taft 














Artillerv 


Reserve 




Capt. Patrick Hart 














Artillery 


Reserve . . 




Liout. Gustav Von Blucher 














Artillery ! Reserve 




Capt. Adolph Voegelee 














Artillery 


Reserve 




With the 30th Battery 














Artillery 


Reserve 




Lieut. George Gaston 
Col. Clinton G. Colgate, Maj. Walter 
L. Cassin, Lt.-Col. James A. Ma- 
gruder 




1 










1 








Lt.-Col. Wm. H. Pettes and Maj. E. 
O. Beers 














16th Inf.. 
18th Inf.. 
2 n th Inf.. 
27th Inf.. 
31st Inf.. 
32d Inf. . 
33d Inf. . 
34th Inf.. 

36th Inf.. 
42d Inf. . 


2. Bartlett. . . . 


1 , Brooks 


6 


Col Joel J Seaver 




23 

" 6 
3 
11 
1 
17 


4 

28 
1 
2 

5 


66 
1 

86 
12 
42 
2 
125 

2 


2 
"4 
6 

"i 


47 
33 
106 
3 
81 
40 
73 

1 

6 


142 
34 
208 
19 
143 
43 
221 

3 

26 
9 
204 
35 
15 
120 

17 
29 
83 

6 
276 
7 


3, Russell 
3, Neill 


1, Brooks 
2, Howe 


6 
ft 


Col. George R. Myers 




2, Bartlett. . . . 
Light 
3, Russell 
3, Neill 


1, Brooks 
Division 
1, Brooks 
2, Howe 


6 
6 
6 
6 


Col. Alexander D. Adams 
Col. Frank Jones 
Col. Francis E. Pinto 
Coi Robert F Taylor 


"i 


1, Sully 
2, Browne .... 
3, Hall 


2, Gibbon 
3, Newton .... 
2, Gibbon 


2 

6 
fl 


Col. Byron Laflin (c), Lt.-Col. John 
Beverly 




Col. Wm. H. Browne (c), Lt.-Col. J. 
J. Walsh 


i 


1 


4 


14 
q 




Col. James E. Mallon 


43d Inf.. 
49th Inf.. 
59th Inf.. 
62d Inf.. 
65th Inf.. 

67th Inf.. 
77th Inf.. 
82d Inf.. 

121st Inf.. 
122d Inf.. 


Light 
3, Neill 
3, Hall 
3, Wheaton . . . 
1, Shaler 

1, Shaler... 
3, Neill 
1, Sully 

2, Bartlett .... 
1, Shaler 


Division 
2, Howe 
2, Gibbon 
3, Newton .... 
3, Newton. . . . 

3, Newton .... 
2, Howe 
2, Gibbon 

1, Brooks 
3, Newton .... 


6 
6 

2 

<; 

6 

B 
B 
2 

6 
6 


Col. Benjamin F. Baker 
Col. Daniel D. Bidwell 
Lt.-Col. Max A. Thoman 
Lt.-Col. Theodore B. Hamilton 
Col. A. Shaler (c), Lt.-Col. J. E. 
Hamblin 


a 


12 
1 
1 
10 

1 

2 
6 


2 
1 
1 
5 

1 

1 
1 

1 
3 
1 


51 
15 
6 

50 

12 
15 
45 

2 
170 
6 


7 

"2 

"2 


129 

18 
7 
53 

3 
11 
30 

3 
53 


Col. Nelson Cross 
Lt.-Col. Winsor B. French 
Col. Henry W. Hudson (c), Lt.-Col. 
J. Huston 


i 


Col. Emory Upton 
Col. Silas Titus 


3 


45 


Total 










g 


141 


30 


732 


24 
31 


697 


1642 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


42 


452 


157 


2553 


1466 


4701 



796. May 4th. Skirmishes at Chancellorsville, United States and Banks Fords, Va. 

Chancellorsville campaign. 6th Battery; i5th and soth Engineers; 
I4th, i7th, S2d, 64th and i49th Infantry. 

797. May 4th. Skirmishes on Gen. Kilpatrick s Raid to Richmond, Va. Hungary 

Station; the Coal Pits; Glen Allen; Brook Turnpike; defenses of 
Richmond and Hanover Town Ferry. 2d Cavalry, Lt.-Col. 
Davies, Jr. 

798. May 4th. Skirmish at Shannon Hill, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

799. May 4th. Skirmish at Rapidan Bridge, Va. Gen. Stoneman s raid. 8th 

Cavalry. 

800. May 4th. Skirmish at Lake Drummond, Va. rst Mounted Rifles. 

8or. May 4th. Skirmish at Ashland, or Brick Church, Va. Gen. Stoneman s raid. 

loth Cavalry. 
802. May 5th. Skirmish in Hampshire County, W. Va. On scout from Winchester. 

Detachment ist Cavalry, Maj. Qtiinn. 



ig4 IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

1863. 

803. May 5th. Skirmishes at Aylettes and Mattapony Ferry, Va. Gen Kilpatrick s 

raid. 2d Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Davies. Jr. 

804. May 5th. Skirmish at Peletier s Mill, N. C. Evan s Mills. Companies A, C, 

E and K, 3d Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Lewis. 

805. May 5th. Skirmish at Thompson s Cross Roads, Va. Gen. Stoneman s raid. 

loth Cavalry. 

806. May 6th. Skirmish at King s and Queen s Court House, Va. Gen. Kilpatrick s 

raid. 2d Cavalry. 

807. May 6th. Skirmish at Centreville, Va. Detachment 2d Cavalry. 

808. May 6th~7th. Skirmish at Upperville, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Lieut. 

Boyd, Jr. 

809. May /th. Skirmish near White House, Va. West Point. Company F, 6th 

Cavalry, Maj. Hall. 
Sio. May 7th. Skirmish at Stony Creek, N. C. 3d Cavalry. 

811. May 8th. Skirmish near Fairfax Court House, Va. 5th Cavalry, Capt. Mc- 

Masters. 

812. May Qth. Skirmish at Alexandria, La. i33d Infantry. 

813. May loth. Skirmish at Berry s Ferry, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry. 

814. May loth. Skirmish at Morrisville, Va. Detachment 2d Cavalry. 

815. May loth-nth. Skirmish at Amite River, La. Civique s Ferry. 2ist Battery; 

I77th Infantry. 

816. May i2th. Action at Blackwater, Va. ist Mounted Rifles; i64th and i7oth 

Infantry. 

817. May I3th. Skirmish at Ponchatoula, La. I28th Infantry. 

818. May I3th. Skirmish at Upperville, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. Boyd. 

819. May I3th. Skirmish at Middleburg, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. Jones. 

820. May I4th. Skirmish at Marsteller s Place, near Warrenton Junction, Va. De 

tachment 5th Cavalry. 

821. May isth-i6th. Skirmishes at Carrsville, Va. Holland House, ist Mounted 

Rifles; ii2th, I52d, I70th and i82d Infantry. 

822. May i6th. Skirmish at Berry s Ferry, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Lieut. 

Vermillyea. 

823. May i/lh. Skirmish near Providence, Va. Scott s Mills; Chuckatuck; Smith- 

field. Companies A and F, ist Mounted Rifles, Maj. Patton. 

824. May i8th. Skirmish near Blackwater, Windsor Road, Va. ist Mounted Rifles. 

825. May 20th. Skirmish in Matthews County, Va. 2d Cavalry; Battery H, ist 

Artillery. 

826. May 2Oth. Skirmish at Simsport, La. Companies B and G, 75th Infantry. 

827. May 2ist. Action at Plain Store, La. iStth Battery; 75th, Ii6th, i6oth, i6ist, 

i65th and I74th Infantry. 

828. May 2ist. Skirmish at Franklin, La. noth and i65th Infantry. 

829. May 2ist. Skirmish at Windsor, Va. I52d and i7Oth Infantry. 

830. May 22d. Skirmish at Gum Swamp, N. C. Four companies and Howitzer 

party, 3d Cavalry, Capt. Jacobs, Jr.; three pieces of Battery H, 3d 
Artillery, Lieut. John D. Clark. 

831. May 23d. Skirmish at Bachellor s Creek, near New Berne, N. C. Cobb Creek. 

Four companies 3d Cavalry; Battery H, 3d Artillery; I32d Infantry. 

832. May 23d. Skirmishes at Antioch Church and Barker s Cross Roads, Va. ist 

Mounted Rifles; ggth and iiSth Infantry. 

833. May 23d-July 8th. Siege and capture of Port Hudson, La. (See table following.) 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1863. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


n 

.- 

i- 
: 
U 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


5d 

VI <U 

|E 


- 
t> 
o 

: 

: 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


14th Cav.. 
18th Bat y 
21st Bat y. 
75th Inf. . 
90th Inf. . 

91st Inf.. 
110th Inf 






10 
19 
19 

HI 
19 

1!) 
1 ) 


Maj. Abram Bassford 




? 


6 




28 
3 




1 Augur 


Capt. Albert G. Mack 








3 








Capt. James Barnes 














2, Weitzel 
1, Morgan. . . . 

1 , Morgan .... 


1, Augur 
4, Grover 

4, Grover 


Col. Robert B. Merritt 
Col. Jos. S. Morgan (c), Maj. Nelson 
Shaurmann 




10 

i 

19 

4 

10 
18 

21 

20 

2 ; 


4 

1 

8 
2 

! 
! 

3 

L 

5 




88 

42 
112 
21 

56 
101 

97 

86 
85 
25 


1 

1 
$ 


4 

"8 
9 

2 

c 

{ 

% 


107 

50 
149 

37 

73 
130 

128 
119 
115 
30 
73 
41 
17 

59 

106 
92 

14 

51 
23 


Col. Jacob Van Zandt 
Col. Clinton H Sage 


2 
1 

; 
2 


1 
i 


114th Inf.. 
116th Inf.. 
12Sth Inf.. 

131st Inf.. 
133d Inf. . 


2, Weitzel. . . . 
1, Chapin 
1, Neal Dow.. . 

1, Morgan 
2, Fearing .... 


1, Augur 
1, Augur 
2, Sherman. . . 

4, Grover 
3, Emory 


19 
19 
19 

19 

M 


Col. Elisha B. Smith (c, w). Maj. 
Henry B Morse . . 


Col. E. P. Chapin (c. w), Capt. John 
Higgins 


Col. David S. Cowles (c, k), Capt 
Francis S. Keese. Lt.-Col. James 
Smith 


Lt.-Col. Nicholas W. Day 
Col. Leonard D. H. Currie 


156th Inf.. 
159th Inf.. 


3, Gooding. . . . 
3, Birge 


3, Emory 
4, Grover 


I;) 
19 


Col Jacob Sharpe 


Lt.-Col. Charles A. Burt 




i 


1 
4 


53 
35 
14 




2 


160th Inf 


2 Weitzel 




1!) 
HI 


Lt -Col John B Van Petten 




161st Inf.. 


3, Dudley 


1, Augur 


Col. Gabriel T. Harrower 








162d Inf. . 
165th Inf.. 

173d * Inf. . 
174th Inf.. 

175th Inf.. 
177th Inf.. 


1, Neal Dow... 
3, Nickerson.. . 

2, Fearing .... 
3, Dudley 

3, Nickerson.. . 
3, Nickerson . . 


2, Sherman . . . 
2, Sherman. . . 

3, Emory 
1, Augur 

2, Sherman . . . 
2, Sherman.. . . 


19 
19 

19 
19 

19 
19 


Col. Lewis Benedict, Lt.-Col. Justus 


1 







47 




c 

i 

2 


Lt.-Col. Abel Smith, Jr. (w), Capt 
Felix Agnus 


i 
- 


i 
i 


7 
6 


80 
72 

o 




Capt. George W. Rogers 


Lt.-Col. B. F. Gott, Maj. George 
Keating 


Col. Michael K. Bryan (k), Maj. John 
Gray 


1 

1 




S 

- 


38 
17 




Col. Ira W. Ainsworth 
Total 






i. 


199 


63 


1087 


-1 


77 


1445 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


r 


663 


191 


3145 


12 


307 


4363 



834. May 24th. Skirmish at Washington, N. C. 3d Cavalry. 

835. May 25th. Skirmish at Franklin, La. 75th, poth, noth, ii4th and I75th Infantry. 

836. May 27th. First assault at Port Hudson, La. Siege of Port Hudson. i8th and 

2ist Batteries; 75th, gist, n6th, I28th, I3ist, I33d, i5Qth, i6oth, 
i62d, i65th, I73d and I77th Infantry. 

837. May 28th. Skirmish at Upperville, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. Raskins. 

838. May 28th. Skirmish at Walkerstown, Va. i68th Infantry. 

839. May 30th. Action at Greenwich, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry, Capt. Has- 

brouck. 

840. May 3 1 st. Skirmish at Blackwater Bridge, Va. ist Mounted Rifles. 

841. May 3ist-June 2d. Skirmishes at Tranter s Creek and Jacksonville, N. C. 3d 

Cavalry, Col. Mix. 

842. June ist. Skirmish at Falmouth, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

843. June ist. Skirmish at Snicker s Gap, Va. 4th Cavalry, Lt.-Col. A. Pruyn; 5th 

Cavalry. 

844. June 3d. Skirmish at Brandy Station, Va. 2(1 Cavalry. 

845. June 3cl-4th. Skirmish at Clinton, La. Siege of Port Hudson. I4th Cavalry. 

846. June 4th. Skirmish at Bluffton, S. C. Detachment 48th and one company H5th 

Infantry. 

847. June 5th. Skirmish at Berryville, Va. Harrisonburg. Detachment ist Cavalry. 

848. June 5th. Skirmish at Warwick River, Va. Companies F and H, 6th Cavalry, 

Maj. W. P. Hall. 

849. June 5th-i3th. Action at Deep Run Crossing, Va. Franklin s Crossing, near 

Fredericksbnrg. ist and 3d Batteries; isth and 5oth Engineers; 
43d, 49th, 65th, 67th, 77th and I22d Infantry. 



196 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1863. 

850. June 5th. Skirmish at Walkerstown, Va. i68th Infantry; and one company 

99th Infantry, Capt. Lee on army gunboat " Smith Briggs." 

851. June 6th. Skirmish at Piedmont, Va. Harrisonburg. Detachment ist Cavalry. 

852. June 8th. Skirmish on scout from Suffolk, Va., to South Mills, N. C. De 

tachment ist Mounted Rifles, Maj. James N. Wheelan. 

853. June 8th. Skirmish at Crooked Creek, Va. Piedmont. Companies C and K, 

ist Cavalry, Capt. Boyd. 

854. June 9th. Skirmish at Yorktown, Va. i68th Infantry. 

855. June 9th. Engagement at Brandy Station (Fleetwood) and Beverly Ford, Va. 

(See table following.) 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


a 



O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


a 

d 

M 

z 

M 
CO 
< 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


2 \ Cav. . 
6th Cav . 


1, Kilpatrick. . 
2, Devin 


3, Gregg 
1, Buford 


Cav. 
Cav. 
Cav. 
Cav. 
Cav. 
Cav. 


Col. J. Kilpatrick (c). Lt.-Col. H. 
E. Davies, Jr 




4 


1 
1 
2 
2 
3 


13 
3 
29 
13 

15 

g 




21 


39 
4 
50 
18 

82 
8 
26 

14 


Col. T. C. Devin (c), Maj. Wm. E. 
Beardsley 




8th Cav. 
9th Cav. 
10th Cav. 

6th Bat y 
86th Inf.. 
124th Inf.. 


1, Davis 
2 Devin 


1, Buford 
1 Buford 


Col. Benj. F. Davis (c, k), Maj. E. 


3 


9 


1 


7 
1 
60 


Maj. Wm. B. Martin (w), detach 
ment 


1, Kilpatrick. . 


3, Gregg 


Lt.-Col. Wm. Irvine (w, m), Maj. 
M. H. A very 


1 


2 


Capt. Joseph W. Martin 


2, Ames 
2 Ames 


1. Birney 
1, Birney. . . 


3 
3 


Lt.-Col. Benjamin L. Higgins 




o 




?4 






Col. A. Van Home Ellis, Lt.-Col. 
Francis M. Cummins, Capt. 
Chas. H. Weygant 




2 


1 


11 










Total 


4 






19 


10 


116 


1 

lu 


89 


239 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


10 


71 


35 


368 


369 


866 



856. June 
857. June 
858. June 
859. June 
860. June 
861. June 


loth, 
loth, 
loth, 
nth. 
nth. 
nth. 


862. June 


nth. 


863. June 


1 2th. 


864. June 


i3th. 


865. June 
866. June 


i3th. 
I3th. 


867. June 


i3th. 


868. June 


i3th. 


869. June 
870. June 


I4th. 
I4th. 



Skirmish at Warrenton Junction, Va. 9th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Middleburg, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry, Lieut. Gall. 

Skirmish at Diascund Bridge, Va. I27th Infantry. 

Skirmish on Edenton Road, near Suffolk, Va. igth Battery. 

Skirmish at Stevensburg, Va. 4th Cavalry. 

Skirmish near Port Hudson, La. Siege of Port Hudson. i4th 

Cavalry. 
Skirmish near Sugar Loaf Mountain, Md. Detachment Company F, 

nth Cavalry. 

Skirmish on South Quay Road, Va. ist Mounted Rifles; i3Oth In 
fantry. 
Skirmish at White Post, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. F. 

Hendrick. 

Skirmish near Millwood, Va. Company K, ist Cavalry, Capt. Bailey. 
Skirmishes at Berryville and Opequon Creek, Va. Detachment ist 

Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Adams. 
Skirmish at Bunker Hill, W. Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. 

Martindale. 
Skirmish on Leesburg and Fairfax Roads, Va. Five companies nth 

Cavalry, Col. Swain- 
Skirmish near Nine Mile Ordinary, Va. 12/th Infantry. 
Skirmish at Franklin, Va. I30th Infantry. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



197 



871. June 



872. June 



873. June 

874. June 

875. June 

876. June 

877. June 

878. June 

879. June 

880. June 
SSi. June 

882. June 

883. June 



\. June iSth. 



885. June 

886. June 

887. June 

888. June 

889. June 

890. June 



1883. 

T4th. Skirmish at Martinsburg, W. Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Maj. 

Boyd; eight companies io6th Infantry, Col. E. C. James and Lt.- 

Col. Embick. 
i4th. Second assault of Port Hudson, La. Siege of Port Hudson. iSth 

and 2ist Batteries; 75th, goth, gist, iioth, H4th, n6th, i28th, I3ist, 

I33d I56th, i6oth, i62d, I73d, I75th and I77th Infantry. 
I4th-i5th. Engagement at Winchester, Va. ist Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Adams. 
I5th. Skirmish at Williamsport, Md. Detachment ist Cavalry, Maj. Boyd. 
15th. Skirmish at Bristoe Station, Va. I24th Infantry. 
i6th. Skirmish at Hancock, Md. ist Cavalry. 
i6th. Skirmish at Diascund Bridge, Va. 141 st Infantry. 
i6th. Skirmish at Plymouth, N. C. 3d Cavalry. 
i6th-i7th. Skirmish at Carrsville, Va. Franklin; Blackwater; Edenton 

Road; Four Corners. 99th, liSth, I30th, I55th and i64th Infantry. 
i7th. Action at Aldie, Va. Thoroughfare Gap. 2d, 4th and loth Cavalry. 
I7th-i8th. Skirmish on scout from Rocky Run to Dover and Core Creek, 

N. C. Detachment 3d Cavalry, Maj. Ferris Jacobs, Jr. 
I7th-i9th. Skirmishes at Pattersonville, La. I76th Infantry. 
I7th-July 4th. Siege of Vicksburg, Miss. Battery L, 2d Artillery; 46th, 

5ist and 7pth Infantry. 
Skirmish on Seabrook Island, S. C. South Edisto Island. One 

section Battery B, 3d Artillery; 56th Infantry. 
i8th. Skirmishes at and near Middleburg, Va. loth Cavalry. 
iSth. Skirmishes at Snicker s Gap and Aldie, Va. 8th Cavalry. 
i8th. Skirmish at Plaquemine, La. Detachment 131 st Infantry, 
igth. Skirmish at Warrenton, Va. 5th Cavalry. 



igth. Action at Middleburg, Va. 2d, 4th and loth Cavalry. 

igth-2ist. Action at La Fourche Crossing, La. 25th Battery; detachment 

i76th Infantry, Maj. Morgans. 

891. June 20th. Skirmish at Thibodeaux, La. Detachment Company D, I76th In 
fantry. 
89.2. Tune 2oth. Skirmish at Middleburg, Va. loth Cavalry. 

893. June 20th. Skirmish at Ashby s Gap, Va. Aldie; Upperville. 4th, 8th and gtli 

Cavalry. 

894. June 20th. Skirmish near Kinston, N. C. I2th Cavalry. 

895. June 2tst. Engagement at Upperville, Va. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TION S. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 


. 


T) 


e 


-a 


e 


a 


i 

0) 

to 








a 




u 


01 V 




" 


M a 


B 

E 


f. C, 


g 












-: : 


"c ^ 




"5 ^ 


: : 


"c ^ 










O 




3 


a 


c 


a 


~ 


a 


< 


2d Cav. 


2, Kilpatrick . . 


2 , Gregg 


Cav. 


Col. J. Kilpatrick (c), Lt.-Col. H. 
























E Davies Jr. . . 




1 


i 


4 






6 


4th Cav 


2, Kilpatrick. . 


2 Gregg 


Cav. 


Col. Louis P. Di Cesnola 






i 


17 


1 


8 


27 


6th Cav 


2, Devin 


1 Buford 


Cav. 


Col. T. C. Devin (c), Maj. W. E. 
























Beardsley 
















8th Cav 


1, Gamble. . . . 


1 Buford 


Cav. 


Maj. E. M. Pope 
















9th Cav 


2, Devin 


1 Buford 


Cav. 


Col. Wm. Sackett 
















10th Cav 


3, Gregg 


2 Gregg 


Cav. 


Maj. Matthew H. Avery 
















6th Bat y 






Cav. 


Capt. Joseph W. Martin 
















44th Inf. 


3, Vincent .... 


1, Barnes 


5 


Col. James C. Rice 




1 




7, 






3 










Total 




2 


2 


23 


1 


8 


36 










Total loss of Union forces engaged 




12 


U 


117 


1 


66 


209 



198 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1863. 



896. June 

897. June 

898. June 

899. June 

900. June 

901. June 

902. June 



904. June 

905. June 

906. June 

907. June 

908. June 

909. June 

910. June 

911. June 

912. June 

913- June 

914. June 

915. June 

916. June 

917. June 

918. June 

919. June 

920. June 

921. June 

922. June 

923. June 

924. June 

925. June 

926. June 

927. June 

928. June 

929. June 

930. June 

931. June 



22d. 
22d. 
22d. 
22d. 
22d. 
22d. 

23d. 



903. June 23d. 



23d. 
23d. 
23d. 



Action at Green Castle, Pa. Detachment ist Cavalry, Maj. Boyd. 
Skirmish at Middleburg, Va. 6th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Philomont, Va. 9th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Aldie, Va. loth Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Succade Ferry, N. C. I2th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Bottom s Bridge, Va. I43d and I52d Infantry. 
Skirmish near Shippensburg, Pa. Detachment 1st Cavalry, Maj. 
Boyd, and Company I (Artillery Company), 8th Regt. National 
Guard. 
Skirmish at Harper s Ferry, W. Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. 

Martindale. 

Skirmish at Aldie, Va. 2d and 8th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Bayou Boeuff, La. Company I, I76th Infantry. 
Skirmish at, and surrender of, Fort Buchanan, on the Atchafalaya, 

La. Companies A and F, I76th Infantry. 
23d-24th. Action at, and surrender of, Brashier City, La. Detachments of 

the U4th, i3ist, is6th, I59th and I76th Infantry. 
24th. Skirmish at Sulphur Springs, Va. 9th Cavalry. 
24th-25th. Skirmishes at and about Haymarket and Thoroughfare Gap, 

Va. 6th and 9th Cavalry; 42d, 59th, 82d and 95th Infantry. 
25th. Skirmish near Cashtown, Pa., near McConnellsburg. Detachment 

ist Cavalry, Maj. Boyd. 

25th-26th. Skirmishes at Carlisle, Pa. Detachment ist Cavalry, Maj. Boyd. 
26th. Skirmish at Kingston, Pa. Company I, 8th; and 7ist National 

Guard. 

26th-27th. Skirmishes near Harper s Ferry, W. Va. Detachment ist Cav 
alry, Lt.-Col. Adams. 

27th. Skirmish at Kingston, Pa. Detachment ist Cavalry, Maj. Boyd. 
27th. Skirmishes at Middleburg and Upperville, Va. 8th Cavalry. 
27th. Engagement at Fairfax Court House, Va. Companies B and C, nth 

Cavalry, Maj. S. P. Remington. 

27th. Skirmish at Donaldsonville, La. Detachment 9ist Infantry. 
28th. Skirmish near Rockville, Md. 2d Cavalry. 
28th. Skirmish near Oyster Point, Pa. Company I, 8th; nth, 23d and 

52d National Guard. 

28th. Affair on Little River Turnpike, Va. One company I78th Infantry. 
29th. Skirmish at Keedysville, Md. Detachment ist Cavalry. 
29th. Skirmish at Hancock, Md. Detachment 1st Cavalry, Capt. Bailey. 
29th. Skirmish near McConnellsburg, Pa. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. 

Jones. 
29th. Skirmish near Kingston, Pa. Detachment ist Cavalry, Lieut. 

Knowles. 
29th. Skirmish near Goose Creek Bridge, Md. Cookville, 2d and 4th 

Cavalry. 
29th. Skirmish near Fort Washington, Harrisburg, Pa. Company I, 8th; 

and 7ist National Guard. 

29th. Skirmish at Bolivar Heights, Va. Detachment nth Cavalry. 
30th. Skirmish at Fairfield, Pa. 6th and 8th Cavalry. 
30th. Skirmish at Bolivar Heights, W. Va. Detachments of Companies 

E, F and I, nth Cavalry, Lieut. Von Weltzein. 
Skirmish at Ahrendtsville, Pa. Detachment ist Cavalry, Lieut. 

Knowles. 
3Oth. Action near Hanover, Pa. 5th Cavalry, Maj. Hammond. 



30th. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



199 



1863. 

932. June 30th. Skirmish at Sporting Hill, Pa. Hampton, near Harrisburg. Com 
pany I, 8th; 22d, Col. Aspinwall; 37th, Col. Roome, National Guard. 

933- July ist. Skirmish near Fayetteville, Pa. Detachments 1st Cavalry, Maj. 
Boyd and Lieut. Knowles. 

934. July i st. Skirmishes at Green Castle and Waynesboro, Pa. 6th Cavalry. 

935- July ist. Action at Carlisle, Pa. Detachment ist Cavalry, Maj. Boyd; detach 
ment nth Artillery; Company I, 8th; 22d, 23d and 37th National 
Guard. 

936. July ist. Skirmish at Baltimore Cross Roads, Va. Detachment 6th Cavalry, 

Maj. Hall. 

937. July ist. Action at Crump s Cross Roads, Va. Baltimore Cross Roads, Bot 

tom s Bridge. Detachment 6th Cavalry; Battery H, ist Artillery; 
Sgth, I39th and 14151 Infantry. 

938. July ist~3d. Battle of Gettysburg, Pa. Loss in skirmishes July 4th included. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


r 

tr 

o 

o 

3av 
Cav 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


o 

0) 

so 
2 
so 
so 

<: 

6 
9 

4 
40 
11 
9 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


: : | Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


: : | Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


2d Cav. 
4th Cav. 
5th Cav. 

6th Cav. 

6th Cav.: 
Cos. D&K 
8th Cav. 
9th Cav. 
10th Cav. 
OneidaCv. 

1st Art.: 
Bat y B. 

Bat y C. 
Bat y D. 
Bat y E. 
Bat y G. 

Bat y I.. 
Bat y K. 

Bat y L. 

Bat y M. 
1st Baty. 
3d Baty. 
4th Baty 
5th Baty 
6th Baty 
10th Baty 

llth Baty 

13th Baty 
14th Baty 

15th Baty 

15th Eng.. 
50th Eng.. 
7th Inf.. 
8th Inf 


2, Huey. . 
2, Huey. . . . 
I, Farns- 
worth 
2, Devin. . . . 


2, Gregg 
2, Gregg 

3 Kilpatrick. 


Lt.-Col. Otto Harhaus 
Lt.-Col. Augustus Pruyn 

Maj John Hammond 




1 


1 


4 

8 


1, Buford 


Cav 

2 

Dav 
^av 
Cav 
A P 


Col. T. C. Devin (c), Maj. W. E. 








1 




Capt. Riley Johnson, escort 




1 




3 




1, Gamble.. . 
2, Devin 
3, Gregg 


1, Buford 
1, Buford 
2, Gregg 


Lt.-Col. William L. Markell 
Col. William Sackett 
Maj. Matthew H. Avery 
Capt. Daniel P. Mann, at Army Head 
quarters 




2 
2 
2 


1 


21 
2 

4 


l 


16 
7 
2 






2 
I 


Capt. Jas. McK. Rorty (k), 14th Bat 
tery attached; Lieut. Albert S. Shel 
don (w), Lieut. Robert E. Rogers 
Capt Almont Barnes 




7 


1 


15 






23 














Capt. Geo. B. Winslow 








10 




8 


18 


Wainwright. 
4th Vol.: 
Fitzhugh.. 




1 

A.P 
11 

A.P 
1 

12 
6 
6 
3 

Cav 


Attached to Battery L, 1st Artillery. . 












Tyler 


3apt. Nelson Ames 




" 3 


"2 


6 

8 

3 






6 
13 

3 
17 


4th Vol.: 
Fitzhugh.. 

Wainwright . 

Muhlenberg. 
Tompkins. .. 


Tyler 


Capt. R. H. Fitzhugh (c), llth Bat 
tery attached 










Capt. J. A. Reynolds (w), Lt. G. 
Breck 




1 


I 


14 




1 




Lieut. Charles E. Winegar 






Capt. Andrew Cowan 
Capt. Wm. A. Harn 




4 


2 


6 






12 






Randolph. . . 
2d Vol.: Taft 
Robertson.... 
1st Vol.: 
McGilvery. 

4th Vol.: 
Fitzhugh . 


Tyier . . . . . . . . 


Capt. James E. Smith 
Capt. Elisha D. Taft (c) 
Capt. Joseph W. Martin 




2 
1 




10 

2 

1 




1 


13 
3 
1 

5 

4 

11 
4 

16 


Tyler 


Attached to the 5th Mass., G and C, 
1st Rhode Island, and 5th N. Y. 
Batteries, Lieut. C. T. Bruen; loss, 
with 5th Mass Battery 




> 




3 






Tyler 




Attached to Battery K, 1st Artillery, 
Lieut John E. Burton 








4 








11 
2 










8 




3 






Attached to Batteries B and G, 1st Ar 
tillery, Capt. James McK. Rorty (k) 

Capt. Patrick Hart 
Army headquarters, Detachment.... 


1 


2 

j 


2 


1 

11 




1st Vol.: 
McGilvery. 


Tyler 






3, Zook 


1, Caldwell 


2 

11 
2 


Detachment serving with 52d Infantry 








3 




2 


5 












10th Inf.. 


2, Smyth. . . 


3, Hays 


i Major George F. Hopper 




2 




4 






6 



200 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1863. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


c. 
o 
u 


Commanding Officers. 


Officers. 


ed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Knlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Sc 

T, C 

1 E 


Officers. 


5 c 

J-. C 

"c c 


12th Inf 






5 

11 

6 

2 

3 
11 

2 
6 
5 

11 

6 


Companies D and E. Provost Guard. 
Capt. Henry W. Ryder 
















29th Inf 






One company, Provost Guard 
















33d Inf 






Detachment with 49th N. Y. Vols. 
Capt Henry J. Gifford 
















39th Inf.. 
40th Inf.. 

41st Inf.. 
42d Inf 


3, Willard... 
3, De Tro- 
briand 
1, Von Gilsa. 

3 Hall . 


3, Hays 


Four companies, Maj. H. Hillebrandt 
Col. Thomas W. Ej?an 


1 
1 
1 


14 

22 

14 
15 
1 
24 

11 


A 
4 

8 
6 

5 
1 


77 
116 

50 
49 
2 

77 

34 
o 


14 


7 

2 
4 

1 
3 

164 


95 
150 

75 
74 
5 
111 

224 

o 

38 
102 
34 

20 

34 
52 

62 

12 
23 

98 
9 

44 
1 

138 

25 
117 
91 

114 

162 
89 

234 


1, Barlow 
2 Gibbon 


Col. L. Von Gilsa(c),Lt.-Col.Dettler 
Von Einsiedel; nine companies. . . . 
Col. James E. Mallon 


43d Inf 


3 Neill 


2 Howe 


Lt.-Col. John Wilson 


1 
2 


44th Inf. . 
45th Inf. . 

49th Inf 


3, Vincent. . . 
1, Schim- 
melpfenning 

3 Neill 


., Barnes 
3, Schurz 
2, Howe 


Col. J. C. Rice (c), Lt.-Col. F. Conner 
Col. G. Von Amsberg (c), Lt.-Col. 


Col. Daniel D. Bidwell 




52d Inf.. 

54th Inf.. 
57th Inf.. 
58th Inf.. 

59th Inf.. 


3, Zook 

1, Von Gilsa. 
3, Zook 
2, Kryzan- 
owski 

3, Hall 


1, Caldwell 

[, Barlow 
1. Caldwell 

3, Schurz 


2 

11 
2 

11 

2 

1? 


Lt.-Col. C. G. Freudenburg (w), Capt. 


1 


1 

7 
4 

1 

fi 


3 
2 
2 

2 


23 
45 
26 

13 
25 


"i 


10 
44 
2 


Maj. Steven Kovacs, Lt. Ernest Both 
Lt -Col Alford B Chapman 


Col. W. Kryzanowski (c), Lt.-Col. A. 
Otto, Capt. Emil Koenig 


1 


2, Gibbon 


Lt.-Col. M. A. Thoman (w), 1st Lt. 
W. H. Pohlman (w), Capt. W. 
McFadden; four companies 


60th Inf 


3, Greene . . . 


2, Geary 


Col. Abel Godard 




11 

6 

1 

e 

11 

4 


2 

r 

1 
1 

7 


39 
50 

10 
9 
57 






61st Inf. . 
62d Inf . . 

63d Inf. . 
64th Inf. . 

65th Inf. . 
66th Inf. . 

67th Inf. . 
68th Inf. . 
69th Inf . 


1, Cross 
3, Nevin. . . . 

2, Kelly 
4, Brooke . . . 

1, Shaler 
3, Zook 

., Shaler. . . . 
., Von Gilsa. 
2, Kelly 


1, Caldwell 
3, Wheaton. . . 

1, Caldwell 
1, Caldwell 

3, Wheaton . . . 
1, Caldwell 

!, Wheaton . . . 
, Barlow 
, Caldwell.. . . 


2 
6 

o 

6 
2 

11 
2 

3 
3 
3 

3 

3 
1 

6 
I 9 


Lt -Col K Oscar Broady. 








Col. D. J. Nevin (c), Lt.-Col. T. B. 
Hamilton 




Two companies; Lt.-Col. R. C. Bent- 
ley (w), Capt. Thomas Touhey . . . 




1 


7 

19 


Col. D. G. Bingham (w), Maj. L. W. 
Bradley 


4 


Col. Joseph E. Hamblin 


Col. O. H. Morris (w), Lt.-Col. J. S. 
Hammell, Maj. Peter Nelson 


2 




5 


24 


1 


9 
1 
65 

6 
4 
13 

28 

S 
3 

70 


Col. Nelson Cross 


Col. Gotthilf Bourry De Invernois... 
Two companies; Capt. R. Moro- 
ney (w), Lt. James J. Smith 


1 


7 

5 
20 
9 

7 

47 
12 

30 


4 

1 

8 
6 

7 

11 
6 

1C 


59 

13 
85 
62 

72 

92 

68 

116 


2 


70th Inf.. 
71st Inf.. 
72d Inf.. 

73d Inf.. 

74th Inf.. 
76th Inf. . 

77th Inf 


2, Brewster. . 
2, Brewster.. 
2, Brewster.. 

2, Brewster.. 

2, Brewster.. 
2, Cutler. . . . 

3 Neill 


!, Humphreys. 
!, Humphreys. 
2, Humphreys. 

2, Humphreys. 

!, Humphreys. 
., Wadsworth.. 


3ol. J. Egbert Farnum 
Col. Henry L. Potter 
Col. John S. Austin (w), Lt.-Col. John 
Leonard 


i 


Col. W. R. Brewster (c), Lt.-Col. M. 
W Burns . . ... 


4 


Lt.-Col. Thomas Holt 


Maj. A. J. Grover (k), Capt. John E. 
Cook (w) 


2 


Lt.-Col. Winsor B. French 


78th Inf 






Col. Herbert Hammerstein 




6 
32 
42 
4 
13 

10 
6 


1 
15 

VI 
3 
6 

3 
1 


20 
96 
120 
15 
99 

48 
16 


1 
1 
1 

1 


2 
23 
14 
58 
99 

3 
4 


30 
170 
192 

82 
217 

66 

28 


80th Inf.. 
82d Inf.. 
83d Inf.. 
84th Inf.. 
86th Inf. . 


I, Rowley. . . 
1, Harrow. . . 
2, Baxter. . . 
2, Cutler. . . . 
2, Ward .... 


3, Doubleday . 
2, Gibbon 
2, Robinson. . . 
1, Wadsworth . 
1, Birney 


1 

2 
1 
1 
3 

2 


Col. Theodore B. Gates 
Maj. J. Huston (k), Capt. J. Darrow 
Lt -Col Joseph A Moesch 


3 

s 

2 

1 
1 


Col Edward B Fowler 


Lt.-Col. B. L. Higgins (w), Maj. J. H. 


88th Inf.. 
93d Inf. . 


2, Kelly 


1, Caldwell. . . . 


Two cos; Col. Patrick Kelly (c), 
Capt Denis F. Burke 


Provost Guard, A. P. Col. J. S. Crock 
er 


94th Inf. . 

95th Inf. . 
97th Inf. . 
102d Inf . 


1, Paul; Root 

2, Cutler 
2, Baxter. . . 
3, Greene . . . 


2, Robinson. . . 

1, Wadsworth. 
2, Robinson. . . 
2, Geary 


1 

1 
1 

12 

1 


Col. A. R. Root (c, w.), Maj. S. A. 
Moffet 




12 
7 
10 

2 

11 
"ti 

55 

9 

?n 


6 
8 
9 

1 

K 

16 

8 

t 

If 


52 
54 

27 

16 
81 
2 
76 

169 

66 
144 


8 

j 

io 


167 
45 
75 

8 

82 


245 
115 
126 

29 
194 
j 

102 
249 

140 

70S 


Col. G. H. Biddle (w), Maj. E. Pye . . 
Col. C. Wheelock, Maj. C. Northrup. . 
Col. J. C. Lane (w), Capt. L. R. Steg- 
man 


"2 
! 


101th Inf. . 
107th Inf. . 
108th Inf.. 
lllth Inf. . 

119th Inf.. 
120th Inf. . 


1, Paul 
3, Colgrove. . 
2, Smyth.. . . 
3, Willard. . . 

2, Kryzan- 
owsk 

2, Brewster.. 


2, Robinson. . . 


Col. Gilbert G. Prey 


1, Ruger 
3, Hays 
3, Hays 

3, Schurz 
2, Humphreys. 


12 
2 
2 

11 


Col. Nirom M. Crane 
Lt.-Col. Francis E Pierce (c) 


L 


Col. C. D. MacDougall (c, w), Lt.-Col. 
I. M. Lusk, Capt. A. P. Seeley. . . . 

Col. John T. Lockman (w), Lt.-Col 
Edward F Lloyd 


i 


14 

58 
17 


Lt.-Col. C. D. Westbrook (w), Maj. J 
R. Taooan. . 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



201 



1863, 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


in 

D. 



O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


>> 

4J 

a 

60 

2 
g 

< 

2 
44 

14 

90 
139 

231 

252 

109 
137 

133 
10 

28 

296 

55 
45 

200 
307 

10 
2 
5 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


I Enlisted 
men. 


121st Inf.. 
122d Inf. . 
123d Inf.. 

124th Inf. . 

125th Inf.. 
126th Inf.. 

134th Inf.. 

136th Inf. . 

137th Inf.. 
140th Inf. . 

145th Inf. . 
146th Inf.. 

147th Inf.. 

149th Inf.. 

150th Inf. . 
154th Inf.. 

157th Inf. . 
U. S. Vols. 

U. S. Vols. 
Reg. Army 


2, Bartlett. . 
1, Shaler 
1, McDougall 

2, Ward .... 

3, Willard. . . 

3, Willard, 
Sherrill, 
Bull 

1, Coster 

2, Smith. . . . 

3, Greene . . . 
3, Weed .... 

1, McDougall 
3, Weed 

2, Cutler. . . . 

3, Greene . . . 

2, Lockwood. 
1, Coster. . . . 

1, Schim- 
melpfenning 


1, Wright.. . 
3, Wheaton. 
1, Ruger. . . . 

1, Birney . . . 
3, Hays .... 

3, Hays 

2, Von Stein- 
wehr 

2, VonStein- 
wehr 
2, Geary 
2, Ayres. . . . 

1, Ruger. . . . 
2, Ayres. . . . 

1, Wads- 
worth . 

2, Geary. . . . 

1, Ruger . . . 
2, Von Stein- 
wehr 

3, Schurz . . . 


6 
6 
12 

3 
2 

2 
11 

11 
12 
5 

12 
5 

1 

12 
12 
11 
11 


Col. Emory Upton 








2 




Col Silas Titus 




10 
3 

24 

24 

35 

41 

17 
36 

25 
1 

4 

57 

6 
7 


2 
1 

3 

6 

9 

4 

1 

3 

5 
1 

2 

9 
3 


30 
9 

54 
98 

172 

147 

88 
84 

84 
8 

22 

135 

43 
23 


1 

2 
1 


2 

5 
9 

10 

57 

2 
10 

18 


Col. Arch. L. McDougall (c), Lt.-Col. 
James C. Rogers, Capt. Adolph H. 
Tanner 




Col. A. Van Home Ellis (k), Lt.-Col. 
F. M. Cummins (w), Capt. C. H. 


4 

2 

5 

1 


Col. George L. Willard (c, k), Lt.-Col. 
Levin Crandell 


Col. E. Sherrill (c, k.), Lt.-Col. Jas. 
M. Bull (c), Capt. Wm. A. Coleman 

Col. Charles R. Coster (c), Lt.-Col. 


Col. James Wood, Jr 


Col. David Ireland 
Col. Patrick H. O Rorke (k), Lt.-Col. 


4 
1 


Col. Edward Livingston Price 
Col. Kenner Garrard (c), Lt.-Col. 
David T. Jenkins 






Lt.-Col. Francis C. Miller (w), Maj. 


3 




92 

3 
15 

169 
108 


Col. Henry A. Barnum, Lt.-Col. Chas. 
B. Randall 


Col. John H. Ketcham 


Lt.-Col. D. B. Allen 




1 

23 


1 

8 

8 


20 
158 


9 
6 


Col Philip P. Brown, Jr 


4 

a 


General and Staff Officers from New 
York 








1st Sharpshooters 




1 


1 

1 














Officers from New York 


4 














Total 


82 

240 


905 
2909 


304 
1145 




fill 
183 


1694 
5182 


3719 


6773 
23049 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


13384 



939- July 


2d. 


940. July 


2d. 


941. July 


2d. 


942 July 


2d. 


943- July 


3d. 


944- July 


3d. 


945- July 


3d- 


946. July 


4th. 


947- July 
948. July 


4th. 
4th. 


949- July 
950. July 


4th. 
4th. 



Skirmish at McConnellsburgh, Pa. Detachment ist Cavalry, Maj. 

Quinn. 
Skirmish at Springfield Landing, La. i62d Infantry, Lt.-Col. 

Blanchard. 
Skirmish near Fort Washington, opposite Harrisburg, Pa. I3th and 

28th National Guard. 
Skirmish near Frederick, Md. Companies E, F and I, nth Cavalry, 

Maj. Kenyon. 
Skirmishes at Bendersville and Quakerville, Pa. Detachment ist 

Cavalry, Maj. Boyd. 
Skirmishes at Falling Waters and Williamsport, Md. Destruction 

of part of Gen. Lee s pontoon train. Detachment ist Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Trenton, N. C., on raid on the Wilmington and Weldon 

R. R. 3d Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Lewis. 
Skirmish at McDonald s on Ossawba Island, Ga. Detachment 47th 

Infantry. 

Skirmish at Gettysburg, Pa. s8th, loyth, iipth and I23d Infantry. 
Action at Green River Bridge, at Tebb s Bend, Ky. Detachment 

79th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Cranstown, Pa. Detachment ist Cavalry, Maj. Boyd. 
Skirmish at Frederick City, Md. Detachment ist Cavalry. 



202 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

1863. 

951. July 4th. Skirmish at Hallville, N. C., on raid on the Wilmington and Weldon 

R. R. Detachment Company E, 3d Cavalry, Lieut. Gibbs; 23d 
Cavalry. 

952. July 4th. Action at South Anna Bridge, Va. Richmond and Fredericksbuig 

R. R. ; Hanover Junction; near Blackwater. Two companies 99th; 

Companies A, D and F, n8th Infantry, Capts. Norris and Riggs 

and Lieut. Cunningham, Maj. Nichols. 
953- July 4th. Action at Baltimore Cross Roads, Va. Battery H, ist Artillery; 

8th Battery; ist Battalion Sharpshooters; I30th Infantry. 
954. July 4th. Action at Monterey Gap, Pa. 2d, 4th and 5th Cavalry. 
955- July 4th. Skirmish at Fairfield Gap, Pa. 6th Battery. 
956. July 4th. Skirmish at Emmitsburg, Md. 6th Battery. 
957- July 5th. Skirmish at or near Smithsburg, Md. 2d, 4th and 5th Cavalry. 

958. July 5th. Skirmish at Mercersburg, Pa. Cunningham s Cross Roads. Capture 

of part of Gen. Lee s train. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. Jones. 

959. July 5th. Skirmish near Green Castle, Pa. Detachment ist Cavalry. 

960. July 5th. Skirmish at Emmitsburg, Md. 2d Cavalry. 

961. July 5th. Skirmish at Warsaw, N. C. Raid on the Wilmington and Weldon 

R. R. 3d Cavalry; 23d Cavalry; one section Battery H, 3d Ar 
tillery, Lieut. Clark. 

962. July 5th. Skirmish at Kenyonsville, N. C. 3d Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Lewis. 
963- July 5th. Skirmish at Camden, N. C. ist Mounted Rifles. 

964. July 5th. Skirmish near Fairfield, Pa. Millerstown. ist and 3d Batteries; de 

tachment 33d, 43d, 49th, 77th and I2ist Infantry. 

965. July 6th. Skirmish at Free Bridge, near Trenton, N. C. Quakers ; Gardinier s; 

Comfort Bridge; Southwest Creek; Williamston. One company 
I2th Cavalry; Battery K, 3d Artillery; 8ist, 85th, 96th and isSth 
Infantry. 

966. July 6th. Skirmish at Waynesboro, Pa. ist Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Adams. 

967. July 6th. Skirmish at Waterloo, Pa. Detachment ist Cavalry, Maj. Boyd. 

968. July 6th. Action at Hagerstown, Md. 2d, 4th and 5th Cavalry. 

969. July 6th. Action at Williamsport, Md. 2d, 4th, 6th, 8th and 9th Cavalry. 

970. July 7th. Skirmish at Antietam and Marsh Run, Md. 33d, 43d, 49th and 77th 

Infantry. 

971. July 7th. Skirmish at Downsville, Md. 9th Cavalry. 

972. July 7th. Skirmish at Funkstown, Md. 8th Cavalry. 

973- July 8th. Skirmish at Antietam Creek, Md. Detachment ist Cavalry, Maj. 
Boyd. 

974. July 8th. Action at Boonsborough, Md. Williamsport; Hagerstown; Funks- 
town. 2d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th and 9th Cavalry; 45th, 58th, ii9th and 
I57th Infantry. 

975- July 9th. Skirmish at Boonsborough, Md. 8th Cavalry. 

976. July 9th. Skirmish at Benevola, Md. Beaver Creek. 6th and gth Cavalry. 

977. July 9th-i6th. Operations against, and capture of, Jackson, Miss. Battery L, 

2d Artillery; 46th, 5ist and 79th Infantry. 

978. July loth. Skirmish at Old Antietam Forge, near Leitersburg, Md. 6th Bat 

tery; 43d Infantry. 

979. July loth. Skirmish near Williamsport, Md. Detachment ist Cavalry. 

980. July loth. Skirmish near Boonsborough, Md. 3d Battery; 62d, 65th, 6/th and 

I22d Infantry. 

981. July loth. Skirmish near Clear Springs, Md. 74th Militia. 

982. July loth. Action at, and occupation of, South East End of Morris Island, 

S. C. Batteries B and F, 3d Artillery; detachment ist Engineers; 
48th and looth Infantry and Les Enfants Perdus. 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



203 



1863. 

983. July ioth-i2th. Skirmish at Jones Cross Roads, Md. 2d and 4th Cavalry. 

984. July ioth-i3th. Skirmishes at and near Funkstown and Hagerstown, Md. 5th, 

6th, 8th and pth Cavalry; ist and 3d Batteries; 4ist, 43d, 49th, 
54th, 58th, 62d, 6sth, 67th, 68th, 77th, Soth, 83d, 94th, 121 st, I22d, 
I34th and I57th Infantry. 

985. July nth-i2th. Skirmish at Boonsborough, Md. loth Cavalry. 

986. July uth-i3th. Skirmishes at Jones Cross Roads, Md. Fairplay; St. James Col 

lege; near Williamsport. 44th, iO7th, I2ist, I23d, I24th and I37th 
Infantry. 

987. July I2th. Skirmish at Sharpsburg, Md. Detachment ist Cavalry, Maj. Boyd. 

988. July I2th. Skirmish at Currituck, N. C. ist Mounted Rifles. 

989. July I2th. Skirmish near New Berne, N. C. 92d Infantry. 

990. July I2th. Skirmish near Bayou La Fourche, La. i6ist Infantry. 

991. July I3th. Engagement on the Bayou La Fourche, La. Cox s Plantation, near 

Donaldsonville. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


1 ,) 
1 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


Wn d. 


Officers. | t?. 


1 Enlisted i "- 
: men. 


: Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


ISthBat y 
75th Inf 


2 Weitzel .... 


1, Augur 
1, Augur 


Capt. Albert G. Mack 
Col. Robert B. Merritt 












90th Inf.. 
91st Inf 


1, Morgan. . . . 
1 Morgan 


4, Grover 
4, Grover 


19 
19 


Col. Jos. S. Morgan (c), Maj. Nelson 
Shaurman 




2 


1 


20 




48 


71 


Col. Jacob Van Zandt 




116th Inf.. 
131st Inf 


1, Paine 


1, Augur 
4, Grover 


1 .* 




1 


5 

? 




18 
10 

"38 
28 


i 


20 
42 

7 


44 

55 

"53 

54 


Lt.-Col. Nicholas W. Day 


159th Inf.. 
161st Inf.. 
174th Inf.. 


3, Birge 
3, Dudley 
3, Dudley 


4, Grover 
1, Augur 
1, Augur 


in 
19 

in 


Lt.-Coi. Charles A. Burt 
Col. Gabriel T. Harrower 
Maj George Keating 


l 


17 


"i 
i 


Total . 


2 

2 


33 
54 


a 

7 


114 

216 


i 

3 


124 

183 


277 
465 


Total loss of Union forces engaged . 



992. July I3th-i6th. Riot in New York City. Company G, I3th Cavalry; detachment 

I4th Cavalry; Companies A and B, i8th Cavalry; detachment nth 
Artillery; one section 2Oth Battery; detachment I7th Veteran In 
fantry; detachment 36th Infantry and 7th Regiment National 
Guard. 

993. July I4th. Skirmish at Williamsport, Md. 2d and 5th Cavalry; Battery C, ist 

Artillery; 33d, 43d, 49th, 52d, 57th, 6ist, 63d, 64th, 66th, ogth, 
77th, 88th, I07th, I2ist, I23d, I45th and I46th Infantry. 

I4th. Action at Falling Waters, Md. 2d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th and 9th 
Cavalry. 

I4th. Skirmish near Harper s Ferry, W. Va. 6th Battery; loth Cavalry, 
and Companies E, F and I, nth Cavalry, Maj. Kenyon. 

I4th. Skirmish on Morris Island, S. C. Companies C and D, 48th Infantry. 

i5th. Skirmish at Halltown, W. Va. 6th Battery: loth Cavalry; and Com 
panies E, F and I, nth Cavalry, Maj. Kenyon. 
Skirmish at Shepherdstown, W. Va. 6th Battery; loth Cavalry. 



994. July 
995- July 

906. July 
997- July 

998. July 

999. July 



I5th. 

15th. Skirmish at Smith s Mills Bridge, N. C. One company I2th Cavalry, 
Capt. West. 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1863. 

1000. July i6th. Action at Shepherdstown, W. Va. 6th Battery; loth Cavalry. 

1001. July i6th. Skirmish at Berryville, Va. 2(1 and 4th Cavalry. 

1002. July i6th. Skirmish near Grimball s Landing, James Island, S. C. Secession- 

ville. 56th Infantry. 

1003. July iSth. Skirmish at Emmitsburg, Md. 9th Cavalry. 

1004. July i8th. Second assault on Battery Wagner, S. C. (See table following,) 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




o 








T3 


6 
a 












V- 




. 


" r 


i 




M 








- 




* 


si o 


D 


M V 


V 


t/i G; 


u 








r 




E 


"2 ^ 





"a ^ 





"5 ^ 


to 
to 












j 


W 


C 


W 


C 


W 




Baty. B: 
























3d Art . . 






Hi 


















Baty. F: 
























3d Art . . 






10 


Lieut. Paul Birchmeyer. . . 
















48th Inf.. 
100th Inf.. 


Strong 
Putnam 


Seymour 
Seymour 


10 
1C 


Col. William Barton 
Col. George B. Dandy 


3 
3 


51 
46 


7 
5 


105 
92 


3 
1 


73 

28 


242 
175 










Total 


- 


97 




107 


4 


101 


417 










Total loss of Union forces engaged 


28 


218 


75 


805 


8 


381 


1515 



1005. July iSth. Skirmish at Swift Creek, on raid from New Berne to Tarboro, 

N. C. 3d Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Lewis; Companies A, B and F, I2th 
Cavalry, Maj. Qarkson; 23d Cavalry; one section of Battery H, 
3d Artillery, Lieut. Clark; 158th Infantry, Lt.-Col. McNary. 

1006. July ipth. Skirmish at the Chapel near Greenville, X. C. Raid to Tarboro, 

N. C. 3d Cavalry. 

1007. July ipth-Sept. 7th. Siege and occupation of Battery Wagner, Morris Island. 

Bombardment of Charleston, S. C., commenced August 2ist, 1863. 
Batteries B and F, 3d Artillery; detachment 1st Engineers; 3d, 
4ist, 47th, sist, s6th, 8gth, looth, I03d, H2th, Ii7th, i27th, 
I42d, I44th, I57th and i6gth Infantry, and Les Enfants Perdus. 

1008. July 20th. Skirmish at Rocky Mountain Station, N. C. Raid to Tarboro. Com 

panies A, D, E, G, I and L, 3d Cavalry, Maj. Jacobs, Jr. 

1009. July 20th. Skirmishes at Tarboro and Sparta, N. C. Raid to Tarboro. Com 

panies B, C, F, H, K and M, 3d Cavalry, Maj. Cole; Companies 
A, B and F, I2th Cavalry, Maj. Clarkson; 23d Cavalry; one 
section of Battery H, 3d Artillery, Lieut. Clark. 

1010. July 20th. Skirmish at Ashby s Gap, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

ion. July 2ist. Skirmish at Hookerstown, N. C. Scupperton; Greenville. Raid to 
Tarboro. 3d and I2th Cavalry; section of Battery H, 3d Artillery. 

1012. July 2ist-22d. Skirmish at Manassas Gap, Va. Philomont; Salem. 6th and gth 

Cavalry. 

1013. July 2ist-22d. Skirmish at Chester Gap, Va. 8th Cavalry. 

1014. July 22d. Skirmish at Snicker s Gap, Va. 64th Infantry. 

1015. July 22d. Skirmish at Currituck, N. C. ist Mounted Rifles. 

1016. July 22d. Skirmish at Swift Creek and Street s Ferry, Neuse River, N. C. 

Raid to Tarboro. 3d Cavalry; Companies A, B and F, I2th Cav 
alry; 23d Cavalry: one section Battery H, 3d Artillery. 

1017. July 23d. Skirmish at Martinsburg, W. Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Maj. 

Quinn. 

1018. July 23d. Skirmish at Chester Gap, Va. i2Oth Infantry. 

1019. July 23d. Skirmish at Wapping Heights, Va. Manassas Gap. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



205 



1863. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


a 
o 



Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


u 

a 
ea 



M 
bo 
< 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


6th Cav. 

8th Cav . 
9th Cav . 
Baty. D: 
1st Art. . 
6th Art . 
12th Baty 
40th Inf 


2, Devin 
1 Gamble 


1, Buford 
1, Buford 


Cav 

Tav 


Col. Thos. C. Devin (c), Maj. Wm. 
E. Beardsley 
















Lt.-Col. William L. Markell 


















1, Buford 


Cav 


Col. William Sackett 
















Randolph .... 




3 
3 
3 


Capt. George B. Winslow 
















2 Morris 


3, Elliott 


Col. J. Howard Kitching 


















Capt. George F. McKnight 
















3 DeTrobriand 


1, Birney 


3 


Col. Thomas W. Egan 
















70th Inf. . 

71st Inf.. 
72d Inf.. 
73d Inf.. 
74th Inf.. 
86th Inf. . 
106th Inf.. 
124th Inf. . 
151st Inf. . 


2, Spinola 

2, Spinola 
2, Spinola 
2 Spinola 


2, Humphreys. 

2, Humphreys. 
2, Humphreys. 
2, Humphreys. 


3 

3 
3 
3 


Col. J. E. Farnum (c, w), Maj. Wm. 
H. Hugo 


1 


10 

2 




21 
13 

S 






32 
15 
8 
8 
11 


Col. Henry L. Potter 
Lt.-Col. John Leonard 


Capt. Michael D. Purtell 




1 




7 






2, Spinola 
2, Ward 
3, Smith 
2, Ward 
2, Morris 


2, Humphreys. 
1, Birney 
3, Elliott 


3 
3 
3 
3 
3 




2 


2 




7 






Maj. Jacob H. Lansing 


Col. Edward C. James 
















1, Birney 
3, Elliott 


Capt. Charles H. Weygant 
Col. Wm. Emerson 




1 




1 






2 










Total 





1fi 





"i7 







76 
1C3 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


3 


17 


1 


81 


- 










1020. July 23d. Skirmish near Front Royal, Va. 40th Infantry. 

1021. July 25th. Skirmish at Barbee s Cross Roads, Va. 6th, 8th and gth Cavalry. 

1022. July 25th. Skirmish at Gloucester Court House, Va. One section 8th Battery; 

six companies n8th Infantry, Col. Keese, Jr. 

1023. July 26th. Skirmish at Pollocksville, N. C. 3d Cavalry. 

1024. July 27th. Affair near Bristerburg, Va. Company F, 2d Cavalry. 

1025. July 27th. Action at Williamston, N. C. Foster s Mill. On raid to Winton; 

I2th Cavalry; two sections 24th Battery; 8ist and 8sth Infantry. 

1026. July 28th. Skirmish at Jackson, N. C. Murfreesboro. ist Mounted Rifles, 

Col. Onderdonk. 

1027. July 28th. Skirmish at Chowan, N. C. On raid to Winton. I2th Cavalry; 

part 24th Battery; 8ist and 85th Infantry. 

1028. July 29th. Skirmish at Robinson s Cross Roads, Va. 82d Infantry. 

1029. July 29th. Skirmish at Rixey s Ford, Hazel River, Va. Squadron 9th Cavalry, 

Capt. Corrigan. 

1030. July 29th. Skirmish at Foster s Mills, N. C. Detachment I2th Cavalry. 

1031. July 30th. Skirmish at Kelly s Ford, Va. nth Cavalry. 

1032. Aug. ist. Action at Brandy Station, Va. Culpeper; Rappahannock Station. 

6th, 8th and 9th Cavalry. 

1033. Aug. ist. Skirmish at Amissville, Va. loth Cavalry. 

1034. Aug. 2d. Skirmish at John s Island, S. C., near Folly Island. 4ist Infantry 

and Les Enfants Perdus. 

1035. Aug. 3d. Skirmish at Port Hudson, La. Jackson. i75th Infantry. 

1036. Aug. 3d. Skirmish at Fairfax, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

1037. Aug. 4th. Skirmish at Brandy Station, Va. Rappahannock Station. 6th, 8th 

and 9th Cavalry. 

Affair at the mouth of -Vincent s Creek, S. C. Detachment looth 
Infantry, Capt. L. S. Payne. 

1039. Aug. 4th. Skirmish at Little Washington, Va. loth Cavalry. 

1040. Aug. 5th. Skirmish at Thoroughfare Gap, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

1041. Aug. loth. Skirmish at Brandy Station, Va. 8th Cavalry. 



1038. Aug. 4th. 



206 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

1863. 

1042. Aug. I2th. Skirmish near Aldie, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

1043. Aug. I3th. Skirmish at Chester Gap, Va. Companies E, F and I, nth Cav 

alry, Maj. Kenyon. 

1044. Aug. I4th. Skirmish at Little Washington, Va. Companies E, F and I, nth 

Cavalry, Major Kenyon. 

1045. Aug. I4th. Skirmish near Aldie, Va., on scout in the Bull Run Mountains. 

Detachment 2d Cavalry, Capt. George V. Griggs. 

1046. Aug. I4th. Skirmish on scout to Winchester, Va. Detachment 1st Cavalry, 

Maj. Quinn. 

1047. Aug. I4th. Skirmish near Washington, N. C. i2th Cavalry. 

1048. Aug. I5th. Skirmish on expedition from Portsmouth, Va., to Edenton, N. C. 

ist Mounted Rifles, Col. Onderdonk. 

1049. Aug. i6th. Skirmish at Fall s Church, Va. mth Infantry. 

1050. Aug. I7th-23d. Bombardment of Fort Sumter, S. C. Siege of Battery Wagner, 

Batteries B and F, 3d Artillery; detachment ist Engineers; 3d, 
4ist, 47th, 54th, Sgth, looth, iO3d, ii2th, ii7th, I27th, i42d, i44th 
and I57th Infantry, and Les Enfants Perdus. 

1051. Aug. :8th. Skirmish at Pasquotank, Va. Woodville Road. 1st Mounted 

Rifles. 

1052. Aug. ipth. Skirmish at Berryville, Va. ist Cavalry. 

1053. Aug. 2ist. Skirmish at Smithfield, W. Va. ist Calvary. 

1054. Aug. 22d. Skirmish at Berryville, Va. ist Cavalry. 

1055. Aug. 22d. Skirmish at United States Ford, Va.. 2d Cavalry. 

1056. Aug. 23d. Skirmish at Stafford Court House, Va. 9th Cavalry. 

1057. Aug. 23d. Skirmish at Ellisford, Rappahannock River, Va. iO2d Infantry, 

Col. J. C. Lane. 

1058. Aug. 24th. Skirmish near Fairfax, Va. Annandale. Detachment I3th Cavalry. 

1059. Aug. 25th. Skirmish near Washington, N. C. I2th Cavalry. 

1060. Aug. 27th. Skirmishes at Barhamsville, Slatersville, New Kent Court House, 

Baltimore Cross Road, Bottom s Bridge, Va. Expedition from 
Williamsburg to Bottom s Bridge. ist Mounted Rifles, Col. On 
derdonk. 

1061. Aug. 27th. Skirmish at Edward s Ferry, Md. Companies C, D, H and K, nth 

Cavalry, Maj. S. H. Wilkeson. 
1062^ Aug. 3ist. Skirmish at Brandy Station, Va. 57th Infantry. 

1063. Sept. ist. Skirmish near Leesburg, Va. Company F, nth Cavalry, Capt. 

McCallum. 

1064. Sept. ist. Skirmish at Lamb s Creek, Va. 2d and 5th Cavalry. 

1065. Sept. ist. Skirmish at Mt. Gilead, Va. Detachment 9th Cavalry, Capt. Ayres. 

1066. Sept. 2d. Affair at Port Conway, Va. Capture of gunboats. 2d and 5th 

Cavalry. 

1067. Sept. 5th. Skirmish at Middletown, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Maj. 

Quinn. 

1068. Sept. 6th. Skirmish at Brandy Station, Va. 4th Cavalry. 

1069. Sept. 6th. Skirmish near Washington, N. C. Detachment I2th Cavalry. 

1070. Sept. 8th. Action at Sabine Pass, Texas. 75th, ii6th, loist and i65th In 

fantry. 

1071. Sept. Sth-Dec. 31 st. Operations in Charleston Harbor, S. C. Batteries B and 

F, 3d Artillery; detachment ist Engineers; 3d, 4ist, 47th, 56th, 
89th, looth, I03d, ii2th, ii7th, I27th, I42d, i44th, I57th and i6gth 
Infantry, and Les Enfants Perdus. 

1072. Sept. 9th. Skirmish near Winchester, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. 

Hertzog. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



207 



1863. 

1073. Sept. roth. Skirmish at Rappahannock Station, Va. Detachment 4th Cavalry, 

Capt. Hart. 

1074. Sept. I3th. Skirmish at Kelly s Ford, Brandy Station, Culpeper Court House, 

Muddy Run and Stevensburg, Va. Advance of Union forces from 
the Rappahannock to the Rapidan. 2d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th and gth 
Cavalry. 

1075. Sept. I4th-i5th. Skirmishes at Somerville Ford, Robertson s Ford, Raccoon 

Ford and Rapidan Station, Va. Advance to the Rapidan. 2d, 4th, 
5th, 6th, 8th and pth Cavalry. 

1076. Sept. 15th. Affair at Smithfield, W. Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. Jones. 

1077. Sept. I5th. Skirmish at Brentville, Va. Advance to the Rapir 1 4th Cavalry. 

1078. Sept. i6th. Skirmish at Stevensburg, Va. Advance to the Rapidan. iO2d In 

fantry. 

1079. Sept. :6th-i/th. Skirmishes at Raccoon Ford, Robertson s Ford, Va. James 

City. 2d and 4th Cavalry. 

1080. Sept. I7th. Skirmish at United States Ford, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

1081. Sept. nth. Skirmish at Offuts Cross Roads, Aid. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

1082. Sept. i/th-i8th. Skirmishes at Robertson s Ford and Somerville Ford, Va. i23d 

and I45th Infantry. 

1083. Sept. iSth. Skirmish at Kelly s Ford, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

1084. Sept. igth. Skirmish at Strasburg, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. Bailey. 

1085. Sept. iQth. Skirmishes at Culpeper and Raccoon Ford, Va. 2d, 4th, 6th, 8th 

and gth Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Madison Court House, Va. Reconnaissance across the 

Rapidan River. 2d and 5th Cavalry. 

22d. Skirmish at White and Simm s Ford, Va. Brookin s Ford, 
Liberty Mills. Reconnaissance across Rapidan River. 2d and 
5th Cavalry. 

Skirmish between Centreville and Warrenton, Va. Detachment ist 
Dragoons. 

1089. Sept. 22d. Skirmish at Rockville, Md. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

1090. Sept. 22d. Affair at Barnett s Ford, Va. Jack s Shop, Orange Court House, 

Liberty Mills, Gordonsville Railroad. Reconnoissance across the 
Rapidan River, 4th, 6th, 8th and 9th Cavalry. 

1091. Sept. 22d. Skirmish between Centreville and Warrenton, Va. ist Dragoons. 

1092. Sept. 23d. Skirmish opposite Donaldson, La. Capt. Metcalf s company, I4th 

Cavalry. 

1093. Sept. 25th. Hazel River Bridge, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry, Capt. Farley. 

1094. Sept. 28th. Skirmish at Centreville, La. ii6th Infantry. 

1095. Oct. ist- Action at Lewinsville, Va. Detachment i6th Cavalry; detachment 

iiith Infantry. 

Oct. ist. Skirmish at Germanna Ford, Va. 8th Cavalry. 
Oct. 2d. Skirmish at Hazel River, Va. 2d Cavalry. 
Oct. 3d. Skirmish at Lewinsville, Va. mth Infantry. 
Oct. 6th. Skirmish at Hazel River, Va. 2d Cavalry. 
Oct. 7th. Skirmish near New Berne, N. C. 3d Cavalry. 
Oct. 7th. Skirmish at Culpeper, Va. 2d Cavalry. 
Oct. 8th. Skirmish at Creiglersville, Va. 5th Cavalry. 
Oct. 9th. Engagement at Vermillion Bayou, or Bridge, La. Il6th, I3ist, 133^, 

i6ist, i62d and i6sth Infantry. 

1104. Oct. loth. Action at Blue Springs, Tenn. Battery L, 2d Artillery; 46th, Sist 
and 79th Infantry. 



1086. Sept. 21 st. 

1087. Sept 2ist.- 

1088. Sept. 22d. 



1096. 
1097. 
1098. 
1099- 

I TOO. 
IIOI. 
1 1 02. 
1103. 



208 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1105. Oct. 


loth. 


nc6. Oct. 


loth. 


1107. Oct. 


loth. 


iicS. Oct. 


nth. 


1109. Oct. 


iith. 


mo. Oct. 


iith. 


mi. Oct. 


I2th. 


1 1 12. Oct. 


I2th. 


1113. Oct. 


I3th. 


1114. Oct. 
1115. Oct. 
1116. Oct. 


I3th. 
I3th. 
I3th. 


1117. Oct. 
1118. Oct. 


I4th. 
I4th. 



1119. Oct. I4th. 



1120. Oct. I4th. 



1863. 

Skirmish at Robertson s River, Bethel Church, Va. Bristoe cam 
paign. 2<d and 5th Cavalry. 

Skirmishes at Germanna, Raccoon and Morton Fords, Va. Bristoe 
campaign. 4th, 6th, 8th and pth Cavalry. 

Affair at James City, Va. Bristoe campaign. I2oth Infantry, Capt. 
Abram L. Lockwood. 

Skirmish at Culpeper and Brandy Station, Va. Bristoe campaign. 
2d and 5th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Morton s Ford, Stevensburg and Kelly s Ford, Va. 
Bristoe campaign. 4th, 6th, 8th and 9th Cavalry. 

Skirmish near Culpeper Court House, Va. Bristoe campaign. io6th 
Infantry, Maj. A. N. McDonald. 

Action at Warrenton Sulphur Springs, Va. Jeffersonton. Bristoe 
campaign. loth Cavalry; 6th Battery. 

Skirmish at Culpeper, Va. Bristoe campaign. 4th, 6th, 8th and gth 
Cavalry. 

Skirmish on scout from Great Bridge, Va., to Indiantown, N. C. 
Detachment g6th Infantry, Col. Cullen. 

Skirmish near Fairfax Station, Va. Bristoe campaign. 8oth Infantry. 

Skirmish at Brandy Station, Va. Bristoe campaign. 8th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Auburn, Va. Bristoe campaign. 40th, 43d, 86th, 97th 
and I24th Infantry. 

Skirmish across Potomac River. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Back Creek Valley, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, 
Capt. Prendergast. 

Skirmish at Bristoe Station, Va. Bristoe campaign. 4th and 6th 
Cavalry; detachments I3th and i6th Cavalry; Battery C, ist Ar 
tillery; 44th, i4Oth and I46th Infantry. 

Action at Auburn, and engagement at Bristoe, Va. Bristoe cam 
paign. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


o. 

Ei 
O 
O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed . 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


10th Cav. 
10th Cav. . 






2 
Cav 


Company M, escort, Lieut. Robert 
Brown 














2, Gregg 


2, Gregg 


Maj. Matthew H. Avery 




2 




3 






5 


B it y. G: 
1st Art... 
4th Bat y 
6th Bat y 
10th Inf.. 
39th Inf.. 
42d Inf.. 

52d Inf.. 


1, Volunteer. . . 
1, Horse Art.. . 
2, Smyth 
3, Owen 
3, Mallon 

3, Bean 


Art. Reserve . . 
2, Gregg 
3, Hays 
3, Hays 
2, Webb 

1, Miles 


2 

Cav 
2 
2 
2 

2 

2 
2 

2 
2 

? 


Capt. Nelson Ames 
Capt. Jas. E. Smith, with 2d Corps . 
Capt. Joseph W. Martin 
Maj. George F. Hopper 
Maj. Hugo Hillebrandt 


















i 
i 

i 


2 
1 
10 

13 

5 
5 

5 




2 
10 


2 
1 
13 

28 

9 
19 

7 
1 

9 
42 
2 
2 
26 


Col. J. E. Mallon (c, w), Capt. R. C. 
Wright 


1 


3 
3 


Col. P. Frank (c, 1st brig.), Lt.-Col. 
C. G. Freudenberg 


57th Inf.. 


3, Bean 


1, Miles... 


Lt -Col Alford B Chapman 




1 


13 
2 

1 

9 
25 


53th Inf. . 


3, Mallon 


2 Webb . . 


Four Companies, Capt. Horace P. 
Rugg 








61st Inf.. 
63d Inf.. 
64th Inf. . 


1, Frank 


1, Miles 


Col. N. A. Miles (c), Lt.-Col. K. O. 
Broady 












2, Kelly 
4, Brooke 


1, Miles 

1. Miles... 


Two companies, Capt. Thomas 
Touhey 












Maj. Leman W Bradley 




6 


2 


9 

2 




65th Inf.. 


3, Bean 1. Miles 


2 
2 

2 


Lt.-Col. John S. Hammell 




69th Inf. . 
82d Inf.. 


2, Kellv 
1, Heath 


1, Miles 
2, \Vebb 


Capt. Richard Moroney. . . . 










2 


Major Thomas W. Baird .... 


...1 7 




19 





IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



209 



1863. 













Killed . 


WVd. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TION S. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




o 




a 




o 


Q 

la 














&) ^ 




V J.H 




o _ 


00 








w 




V 


en <D 


V 


in o 




M O 


i" 








o 







"H % 


| 


i>* 


i 




B 

60 















W 


O 


a 


: 


W 


< 


SSth Inf.. 


2, Kelly 


1, Caldwell 


2 


Col. Patrick Kelly (c), Capt. Denis 
























F. Burke 








i 




1 


2 


108th Inf. . 


2, Smvth. . . 


3, Hays . . 


9 


Col. Charles J Powers. . . 




1 


1 


1? 




1 


16 


lllth Inf. . 


3 Owen 


3 Hays 


2 


Col C Dugald MacDougall 




2 





20 




2 


26 


125th Inf. . 


3, Owen 


3, Hays. . . . 


2 


Col Lev<n Crandell 




3 


t 


22 




g 


36 


126th Inf . . 


3 Owen . 


3 Hays 


2 


Col James M Bull 




6 




33 




10 


49 










Total 
















1 


?3 


11 


1fiS 


i 


86 


295 










Total loss of Union forces engaged 


2 


48 


29 


306 


2 


159 


546 



II2I. Oct. 


tSth. 


1 122. Oct. 


iSth. 


1123. Oct. 


i5th. 


1124. Oct. 


15th. 


1125. Oct. 


15th. 


1126. Oct. 
1 127. Oct. 
1128. Oct. 


I5th. 
i6th. 
i6th. 


1129. Oct. 
1130. Oct. 


i6th. 
I7th. 


1131. Oct. 
1132. Oct. 
1133. Oct. 
1134. Oct. 


I7th. 
i/th. 
I7th. 
I7th- 


II35- Oct. 
1136. Oct. 


iSth. 
I9th. 


1137. Oct. 


igth- 


1138. Oct. 


22d. 


1139- Oct. 


23d. 


1140. Oct. 


24th- 


1141. Oct. 


27th. 


1142. Oct. 


27th. 
14 



Skirmish at Carrion Crow Bayou, La. n6th, I3ist, I33d, i6ist, 

i62d and i6sth Infantry. 
Skirmish at Oak Hill, Va. Liberty, Broad Run. Bristoe campaign. 

4th, 6th, 8th and gth Cavalry. 
Skirmish at McLean s Ford, Va. Bristoe campaign. iSist 

Infantry, Lt.-Col. Bowen. 
Skirmishes at Blackburn s Ford, Mitchell s Ford, Va. Bristoe 

campaign. ioth, 52d, 59th, iiith, I25th and I26th Infantry. 
Skirmish at Catlett s Station, Va. Manassas. Bristoe campaign. 

ioth Cavalry: 40th, 73d and I5ist Infantry. 
Skirmish at Hedgesville, W. Va. ist Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Manassas Junction, Va. Bristoe campaign. 2d Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Chantilly, Va. Bristoe campaign. i3th Cavalry; 77th 

Infantry. 

Skirmish at New Market, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Bull Run, Manassas Junction, Va. Bristoe campaign. 

ist Dragoons. 

Skirmish at Accotink, Va. Bristoe campaign. I20th Infantry. 
Skirmish at James City, Va. Bristoe campaign. 5th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Berryville, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry. 
iSth. Skirmishes at Hunter s Ford, Rapidan, Culpeper, Sperryville 
Pike, Brandy Station, Va. Bristoe campaign. 4th, 6th, 8th and 

9th Cavalry; 73d Infantry. 

Skirmish at Charlestown, W. Va. Detachment ist Cavalry. 
Skirmishes at Gainesville and Haymarket, Va. Bristoe campaign. 

2d and 5th Cavalry; I47th Infantry. 

2Oth. Action at Buckland Mills, Va. New Baltimore. Bristoe cam 
paign. 2d and 5th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Rappanannock Bridge or Station, Va. Bristoe campaign. 

95th and I46th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Beverly Ford, Va. Brandy Station. 4th Cavalry, Lt.- 
Col. Pruyn. 
26th. Skirmishes at Bealton Station, Rappahannock Bridge or 

Station, Va. 4th, 6th, 8th, gth and ioth Cavalry; io6th Infantry. 
Skirmish at Summit Point, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. 

Stevenson. 
Skirmish at Snicker s Gap, Va. 8th Cavalry. 



210 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

1863. 

1143. Oct. 27th-Nov. Qth. Bombardment of Fort Sumter, S. C. Operations in 

Charleston Harbor. Batteries B and F, 3d Artillery; detachment 
ist Engineers; 3d, 4ist, 47th, 8gth, looth, io3d, ii2th, H7th, I27th, 
I42d, I44th, I57th and i6gth Infantry, and Les Enfants Perdus. 

1144. Oct. 28th-2Qth. Engagement at Wauhatchie and Lookout Valley, Tenn. Bat 

tery I, ist Artillery; i3th Battery; 45th, s8th, 6oth, 68th, 78th, 
I02d, upth, I34th, I36th, I37th, 1415!, I43d, I49th and I54th 
Infantry. 

1145. Oct. 3ist. Skirmish at Winchester, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. Jones. 

1146. Oct. 3ist. Skirmish at Rappahannock Station, Va. 6ist Infantry. 

1147. Nov. ist. Skirmish at Philomont, Va. loth Cavalry. 

1148. Nov. 3d. Skirmish at Oak Hill, Va. Brentville. 4th Cavalry. 

1149. Nov. 3d. Engagement at Bayou Bourbeaux, near Grand Coteau, La. Buz 

zard s Prairie. I4th Cavalry. 

1150. Nov. 3d. Skirmish at Vermillionville, La. i6ist Infantry. 

1151. Nov. 3d. Skirmishes at Camden Court House and Dismal Swamp, Va. One 

company 3d Cavalry and Battery H, 3d Artillery. 

1152. Nov. 3d~4th. Skirmish at Carrion Crow Bayou, La. i65th Infantry. 

1153. Nov. 4th. Skirmish at Catlett Station, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

1154. Nov. 4th. Skirmish near Rocky Run, N. C. Detachment I2th Cavalry. 

1155. Nov. 6th. Skirmishes at Winchester, Newtown and Middletown, Va. Detach 

ment ist Cavalry, Capt. Bailey. 

1156. Nov. 7th. Skirmish at Northwest Landing, Va. 8ist Infantry. 

1157. Nov. 7th. Skirmish at Stevensburg, Va. 2d and 5th Cavalry. 

1158. Nov. 7th. Engagement at Rappahannock Station, Va. 4th Cavalry; Battery 

C, ist Artillery; ist, 3d, 5th and I5th Batteries; 43d, 44th, 49th, 
62d, 65th, 67th, 77th, I2ist, I22d, I4oth and i46th Infantry. 

1159. Nov. 7th. Engagement at Kelly s Ford, Va. Battery D, ist Artillery; i2th 

Battery; 40th, 7oth, 7ist, 72d, 73d, 74th, 86th, io6th, I20th, I24th 
and iSist Infantry. 

1160. Nov. 8th. Skirmish at Brandy Station, Va. Battery D, ist Artillery. 

1161. Nov. 8th. Skirmish at Muddy Run, near Culpeper Court House, Va. 4th, 6th, 

8th and 9th Cavalry. 

1162. Nov. 8th. Skirmish on scout near Williamsburg, Va. ist Mounted Rifles. 

1163. Nov. Iith-I2th. Action at Vermillionville, La. Vermillion Bayou; Carrion 

Crow Bayou. I4th Cavalry; 25th Battery; noth, I33d, i6ist, 
i62d, i65th and I73d Infantry. 

1164. Nov. I2th. Skirmish at Seneca Falls, Md. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

1165. Nov. I5th. Skirmish at Hartwood Church, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

1166. Nov. 15th. Skirmish at Lenoir Station, Tenn. Battery L, 2d Artillery. 

1167. Nov. i6th. Skirmish at Charles City Cross Roads, Va. ist Mounted Rifles. 

1168. Nov. i6th. Action at Campbell Station, Tenn. Battery L, 2d Artillery; 46th, 

5 ist and 79th Infantry. 

1169. Nov. i6th. Skirmishes at Woodstock and Edinburg, Va. Harrisonburg. Com 

panies A and C, ist Cavalry, Capt. Stevenson. 

1170. Nov. i6th. Skirmish near Mt. Jackson, Va. ist Cavalry. 

1171. Nov. i6th. Affair at Germantown, Va. Detachment I3th Cavalry. 

1172. Nov. l8th. Skirmish near Germanna Ford, Va. 2d Cavalry, and Company A, 

5th Cavalry, Capt. McGuinn. 

1173. Nov. iSth. Skirmish at Dismal Swamp, Va. 8ist Infantry. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



211 



1863. 



11/4. Nov. 

11/5. Nov. 

1176. Nov. 

1177. Nov. 

1 1 78. Nov. 

1179. Nov. 
1 1 So. Nov. 
1181. Nov. 



iSth. 



i8th. 



igth. 



Affair at Gwynn s Island, Va. i48th Infantry, Lt.-Col. Geo. M. 

Guion. 
Skirmish on reconnaissance toward Blue Ridge Mountains, Va. 

Detachment i6th Cavalry. 
Skirmish near New Iberia, La. I4th Cavalry, Maj. Bassford; 75th 

Infantry. 
I9th-Dec. 4th. Siege and defense of Knoxville, Tenn. Battery L, 2d 

Artillery; 46th, 5ist and 79th Infantry. 

20th. Skirmish at Culpeper Court House, Va. ist Dragoons. 
20th. Skirmish near Jamesville, N. C. Detachment I2th Cavalry. 
2ist. Skirmish near Liberty, Va. 83d Infantry. 

23d-27th. Chattanooga and Rossville Campaign, Tenn. and Ga. Includes 
losses at Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge and Taylor s 
Ridge. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




d 








o 


d 

a 












: 




I 


i> ^ 


. 


,- 


eo 








. 




- 
_ 


M 1) 


- 


in a 


-, 




2 








~ 




E 


"c ^ 


:.- 


"5 ^ 




"5 ^ 








U 




3 


W 


- 


W 


Z 


a 


< 


1st Art.: 
























Bat v I. 






11 


Capt. Michael Wiedrich 
















13th Bat y 




11 


Capt. William Wheeler 
















45th Inf. . 


1, Tyndall. ... 3, Schurz 


li 


Maj. Charles Koch 
















58th Inf.. 


2,Kryzanowski 


3, Schurz 


11 


Col. Wladimir Kryzanowski (c), 
















*> 








Capt. Michael Esembraux 








1 






1 


60th Inf.. 


3, Ireland . . . 


2, Geary 


12 


Col. Abel Godard 




7 


- 


38 






50 


68th Inf.. 


3, Hecker 


3, Schurz 


LI 


Maj. Albert Von Steinhausen 
















78th Inf.. 


3, Ireland 


2, Geary 


12 


Col. Herbert Hammerstein 
















102d Inf.. 


3, Ireland 


2, Geary 


1 


Col. James C. Lane 


1 


2 


1 


10 






14 


119th Inf.. 


2,Kryzanowski 


3, Schurz 


i! 


Col. John T. Lockman 
















134th Inf.. 


1. Buschbeck. . 


2, Von Stein- 
























wehr. 


li 


Lt.-Col. Allan H. Jackson .... 












1 


8 


136th Inf.. 


2, Smith 


2, Von Stein- 
























wehr. 


11 






1 


1 


g 






11 


137th Inf.. 


3, Ireland 


2, Geary 


1. 


Col. David Ireland (c), Capt. Milo B. 


























1 


5 




oo 






38 


141st Inf.. 


2,Kryzanowski 


3, Schurz 


1! 


Col. William K. Logic 








? 






2 


143d Inf.. 


1, Tyndall. . . . 


3, Schurz 


1! 


Col. Horace Boughton 


1 












1 


149th Inf.. 


3. Ireland 


2, Geary 


12 


Lt.-Col. Charles B Randall.. 




10 


- 


Sfi 






74 


154th Inf.. 


1, Buschbeck. . 


2, Von Stein- 
























wehr. 


11 


Col. Patrick H. Jones 








fi 






6 










Total 


















25 


I - 


161 




1 


205 










Total loss of Union forces engaged 










26 






" 


683 


;<.).-, 


4318 


323 


5814 



1182. Nov. 24th. 

1183. Nov. 25th. 



1184. Nov. 25th. 

1185. Nov. 26th. 



Engagement on Lookout Mountain, Tenn. Rossville and Chatta 
nooga campaign. 6oth, 78th, iO2d, I37th and I49th Infantry. 

Battle of Missionary Ridge, Tenn. Rossville and Chattanooga 
campaign. Battery I, ist Artillery; I3th Battery; 45th, 58th, 6oth, 
68th, 78th, I02d, ngth, I34th, I36th, I37th, I4ist, I43d, 14910 and 
I54th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Greenville, near Washington, N. C. Detachment 23d 
Battery; Capts. West s and Graham s Companies, I2th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Peavine Creek, Tenn. Rossville and Chattanooga 
campaign. 6oth, 78th, iO2d, I37th and I49th Infantry. 



212 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1863. 

1186. Nov. 26th-Dec. 2d. The Mine Run Campaign, Va. 
actions included. 



Losses of subordinate 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


c. 
i* 

o 
O 

^av 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


| Officers. 


"O 

2 c 

5 E 
A 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


2d Cav. 
4th Cav . 
5th Cav . 
6th Cav . 

8th Cav. 
9th Cav . 
10th Cav . 
10th Cav . 

1st Drag. 
Oneida 
Cav. 

ist Art.: 
Bty. B.. 
Bty C 


, Davies, Jr. . . 
2, Devin 


, Custer 
, Buford 


Lt.-Col. Otto Harhaus 




z 






2 
6 
1 


>t.-Col. Augustus Pruyn 




1 




9 




3 


2, Davies, Jr.. . 
2, Devin 


, Custer 
, Buford 


Dav 
Cav 


Maj. John Hammond 








1 




Col. Thomas C. Devin (c), Maj. 
William E. Beardsley 














, Chapman. . . 
2 Devin 


Buford 


Maj. William H. Benjamin 








1 




2 


3 


, Buford 




Lt.-Col. George S. Nichols 












2, Gregg 


2, Gregg 


Cav 
2 


Maj. Theodore H. Weed 




















Company M, escort, Lieut. Robert 
Brown 
















Res. Merritt. . . 


, Buford 


Maj. Rufus Scott 






















3apt. Daniel P. Mann, at head 
quarters A. P 
















2d Vol.,Taft.. 


\rt. Reserve . . 




Capt. Albert S. Sheldon 


















K 














1 


1 


Bty. D.. 
Bty. E.. 
Bty. G.. 






g 


Capt. George B. Winslow 
















1 


With Battery L 




















Capt. Nelson Ames 
















Bty. H.. 
Bty. K . 

Bty. L.. 






1 


Capt. Charles E. Mink 
















3d Vol.. 
Fitzhugh 


Art. Reserve. . 




Lieut. Edward L. Bailey 


















I 


Capt. Gilbert H. Reynolds 
















6th Art.. 

1st Bty. 
3d Bty. 
4th Bty. 

5th Bty. 
6th Bty. 

llth Bty. 
12th Bty. 
15th Bty. 

15th Eng. 
50th Eng. 
1st Shaps s 
10th Inf.. 
12th Inf.. 








Ammunition guard, A. P., Col. J 
H. Kitching 




















fi 


Capt. Andrew Cowan 




















6 


Lieut. William A. Harn 
















1st Vol., 
McGilvry 
2d Vol.,Taft. . 
1, Horse Art.. . 


Art Reserve. . 


Lieut. William T. McLean 
















Art. Reserve. . 
Art. Reserve. . 




Capt. Elijah Taft (c) 








1 






1 


Capt. Jos. W. Martin, with 2d Cav 
division 














With Battery K, 1st Artillery 




















Q 


Lieut. George K. Dauchy 
















3d Vol., 
Fitzhugh 


Art. Reserve. . 




Capt. Patrick Hart 


















A battalion; Maj.Wm. A. Ketchum 






















Col. Wm. H. Pettes 
















1 Cutler 


1 Meredith 




Capt Joseph S Arnold 




2 




1 






3 


2, Smyth 


3, Hays 


t 


A battalion; Maj. George F. Hopper 
Cos. D and E, provost guard, Capt 
H. W. Ryder 




























39th Inf. . 


3, Owen 


3 Hays . . 


Maj Hugo Hillebrandt 








1 

17 


1 


31 


33 
20 
3 


40th Inf.. 


3, DeTrobriand 


1, Birney . . . . 




Lt.-Col. Augustus J. Warner 




1 


2 


42d Inf.. 
43d Inf.. 


3, Morehead. . . 
3, Neill 


2 Webb 


I 


Lt -Col Wm A. Lynch 












J 




Col Benj. F. Baker 












44th Inf. . 


3, Hayes 


1 Bartlett .... 


Lt.-Col. Freeman Conner 










1 


^ 


3 


49th Inf. . 


3, Neill 






Col Daniel D Bidwell 










52d Inf.. 
57th Inf.. 
59th Inf. . 
61st Inf. 
62d Inf.. 
63d Inf. 
64th Inf. 
65th Inf. 
66th Inf. 
67th Inf. 
69th Inf. 
70th Inf. 
71st Inf. 
72d Inf. 
73d Inf. 

74th Inf. 
76th Inf. 
77th Inf. 
80th Inf. 

82d Inf. 
83d Inf. 
84th Inf. 
86th Inf. 


3, Beaver 
3, Beaver. . . . 


l.Caldwell 
1, Cal dwell. . . 




Lt.-Col. Charles G. Freudenberg. . . 
Lt.-Col. Alford B. Chapman 






"i 


1 




i 


3 
2 
1 


3, Morehead. . 
1, Nelson .... 
3, Wheaton . . 
2, Kelly 
1, Brooke. . . . 
1 Shaler 


2, Webb 
l.Caldwell... 
3, Terry 
1, Caldwell... 
l.Caldwell.. . 
3 Terry 


t 


A battalion; Capt. Horace P. Rugg 
Lt -Co! K. Oscar Broady 
















Col. David J. Nevin 
Capt Thos Touhey; a battalion. . . 








1 






1 


Maj. L. W. Bradley 




1 




? 






3 
1 
1 
2 










1 






3, Beaver .... 
1, Shaler 


l.Caldwell... 
3, Terry 


fl 


Lt.-Col. John S. Hammell 
Col. Nelson Cross 








1 

? 






1, Kelly 


1, Caldwell.. . 




Capt. Richard Morney; a battalion 














2, Brewster. . . 
2, Brewster. . . 


2, Prince. . . . 
2, Prince. . . . 




Col. J. Egbert Farnum 
Col. Henry L. Potter 




1 
1 


1 


6 
7 






8 
8 
20 






2 Brewster. . 


2 Prince. . 






1 


i 


1 


15 






2, Brewster. . 
2, Brewster. . 


2, Prince. . . . 
2, Prince. . . . 




Col. W. R. Brewster (c), Lt.-Col 
M. W. Burns 






Maj. Henry M. Alles 




i 




Q 






10 


2, Rice 
3, Neill 


1, Meredith. . 
2, Howe 




Maj. John W Young 














Lt.-Col. Winsor B. French 






















Lt.-Col. J. B. Hardenbergh, provost 
guard, A. P 
















1, Baxter. . . . 


2, Webb 




Col. Henry W. Hudson 








1 






1 

30 

1 
32 


2, Baxter. . . . 
2, Rice 

2, Ward . . 


2, Robinson. . 
1, Meredith . . 
1, Birney. . 


i 
i 
? 


Col Joseph A Moesch 








] 




29 


Col. Edward B. Fowler 








1 




Maj. Michael B. Stafford . . 




i 


1 


28 







IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



213 



1863. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


S. 

IH 

o 
O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


e 

o 

I 


o 
1 ^ 

a 


Officers. 


13 
|g 

|i 
a 


Officers. 


" c 
"H ^ 


88th Inf.. 
93d Inf 


2, Kelly 


l.Caldwell 


4 


Col. Patrick Kelly (c), Capt. Denis 
F. Burke; a battalion 








i 




Lt.-Col. B. C. Butler; provost guard 
A. P 














94th Inf. . 

95th Inf. . 
97th Inf. . 
104th Inf. . 


1, Leonard. . . . 
2, Rice 
2, Baxter 
1, Leonard. . . . 


2, Robinson. . . 
1, Meredith. . . 
2, Robinson. . . 
2, Robinson. . . 


1 

1 

1 
1 


Maj. Samuel A. Moffett 
















Maj. Edward Pye 








2 






2 
4 


Maj. Charles Northrup 
Col. Gilbert G. Prey 












4 


106th Inf. 


3, Smith 


3, Carr 


3 
2 
2 
3 


Lt.-Col. Charles Townsend 




i 


I 


12 
1 


"i 


i 
1 
29 

1 


15 
2 
30 
12 


108th Inf. . 
lllth Inf 


2, Smyth 
3 Owen 


3, Hays 
3, Hays 


Zol. Charles J. Powers 
Col. Clinton D. MacDougall 




120th Inf.. 


2, Brewster . . . 


2, Prince 


Maj. John R. Tappen 




i 




8 


121st Inf. . 
122d Inf.. 


2, Upton 
1, Shaler 


1, Wright 


fi 


Maj. Andrew E. Mather 








3, Terry 


6 


Lt.-Col. Augustus W. D wight 
















124th Inf. . 


2 Ward 


1, Birney 


? 


-t.-Col. Francis M. Cummins. . . . 








16 






16 
42 
1 

"i 

4 
53 
2 

371 
1653 


125th Inf.. 


3, Owen 


3, Hays 


2 
?, 


2ol. Levin Crandell 








1 




41 


126th Inf. . 
140th Inf.. 
146th Inf. . 


3, Owen 
3, Gerrard .... 
3, Gerrard .... 


3, Hays 


Col. James M. Bull 








1 




2, Ayres 
2, Ayres 


5 
5 
1 


3ol. George Ryan 
Col. David T. Jenkins 












.... 


147th Inf. . 


2, Rice 


1, Meredith. . . 


Maj. George Harney 








4 




151st Inf. . 


1, Morris 


3, Carr . . 


3 


^t.-Col. Erwin A. Bowen. . . 


1 


8 




43 ... 
2 


1 


152d Inf.. 


1, Baxter 


2, Webb 


2 


^t.-Col. George W. Thompson .... 




Total 


2 
14 


25 
159 


7 
52 


189 

147 


3 
11 


145 
370 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 



1187 Nov. 
1 1 88. Nov. 



26th. 
27th. 



1189. Nov. 27th. 



1190. Nov. 


27th. 


1 191. Nov. 


29th. 


1192. Nov. 


29th. 


1193. Nov. 


30th. 


1194. Nov. 
1195. Dec. 


30th. 

ist. 


1196. Dec. 


ist. 


1197. Dec. 


2d. 


1198. Dec. 
1199. Dec. 


3d. 
4th. 



Skirmish at Germanna Ford, Va. Mine Run campaign. Detach 
ment 4th Cavalry, Capt. Schwartz. 

Action near New Hope Church, Va. Robertson s Tavern. Mine 
Run campaign. 2d, 4th and loth Cavalry; Batteries C and G, 1st 
Artillery; ioth, 39th, 42d, 52d, 57th, $gth, 6ist, 63d, 64th, 66th, 
69th, 82d, 88th, io8th, iiith, I25th, I26th and I52d Infantry. 

Engagement at Payne s Farm, Va. Locust Grove, Orange Grove, 
Jones or Jacobs Cross Roads. Mine Run campaign. 8th Cav 
alry; Battery D, 1st Artillery; I2th Battery; 1st Battalion Sharp 
shooters; 40th, 7oth, 7ist, 72d, 73d, 74th, 86th, io6th, i20th, 124th 
and I5ist Infantry. 

Engagement at Ringgold Gap, Taylor s Ridge, Ga. Rossville and 
Chattanooga campaign. 6oth, 78th, io2d, I37th and I49th Infantry. 

Action at Parker s Store, Va. New Hope Church. Robertson s 
Tavern. Mine Run campaign. 2d, 4th and ioth Cavalry; Bat 
teries E and L, ist Artillery; nth Battery. 

Assault and defense of Fort Sanders, Tenn. Siege of Knoxville. 
Battery L, 2d Artillery; 79th Infantry. 

Mine Run, Va. 4th Cavalry. Batteries C, G, E and L, 1st Artil 
lery; nth Battery. 

Skirmish at Northwest Landing, Va. 8ist Infantry. 

Skirmish at Ely s Ford, Va. Rapidan. Mine Run campaign. 4th 
and ioth Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Germanna Ford, Va. Rapidan. Mine Run campaign. 
77th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Germanna Ford, Va. Rapidan. Mine Run campaign. 
2d Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Camp Lewis, La. 75th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Seneca Falls, Md. Detachment nth Cavalry. 



214 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1200. Dec. 

1201. Dec. 

1202. Dec. 

1203. Dec. 

1204. Dec. 



1205. Dec. I2th. 



1206. Dec. 

1207. Dec. 

1208. Dec. 

1209. Dec. 

1210. Dec. 

1211. Dec. 

1212. Dec. 



1 220. Dec. 



1221. Dec. 



1222. Dec. 



1223. Jan. 

1224. Jan. 

1225. Jan. 

1226. Jan. 

1227. Jan. 

1228. Jan. 

1229. Jan. 

1230. Jan. 

1231. Jan. 

1232. Jan. 

1233. Jan. 

1234. Jan. 



I3th. 
i6th. 

i6th. 



1213. Dec. 


i8th. 


1214. Dec. 


20th. 


1215. Dec. 


2ISt. 


1216. Dec. 


22d. 


1217. Dec. 


23d. 


1218. Dec. 


24th. 


1219. Dec. 


25th. 



1863. 

5th. Skirmish at Raccoon Ford, Va. Rapidan. 2d Cavalry. 

5th. Skirmish at London, Tenn. I4ist Infantry. 

5th. Skirmish on scout from New Berne toward Kinston, N. C. Troop 

A, I2th Cavalry, Capt. C. H. Roche. 
9th. Affair at or near Lewinsville, Va. I3th Cavalry, 
nth. Skirmish near Chickahominy River, Va. Three companies I3gth 

Infantry, Col. Roberts. 
Skirmish at Mt. Jackson, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. 

Stearns. 

I2th. Skirmish at Rutledge, Tenn. 34th Battery. 

I2th. Skirmish at Forge Bridge, near Charles City C. H., Va. Detach 
ment I39th Infantry. 
I3th. Skirmish at, and capture of Charles City Court House, Va. Six 

companies ist Mounted Rifles; I39th Infantry, Col. Roberts. 
Skirmish at Edwards Ferry, Va. Detachment nth Cavalry. 
Skirmish near Free Bridge, N. C. Chincapin Chapel. Detachment 

I2th Cavalry, Capt. Roche. 
Skirmish near Vienna, Va. I3th Cavalry. 
I7th. Skirmish near Sangster Station, Va. Accotink. Company I, I55th 
Infantry, and detachment i64th Infantry; Capt. John W. Mc- 
Anally, I55th Infantry. 
Skirmish at Somerville, Va. 2d Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Mt. Jackson, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry. 
Skirmish near Washington, N. C. Detachment I2th Cavalry. 
Skirmish near Fairfax Court House, Va. Detachment I3th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Culpeper Court House, Va. 4th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Bear Inlet, N. C. 158th Infantry. 
Skirmish on scout from Vienna to Leesburg, Va. Detachment i3th 

Cavalry, Maj. Coles. 
28th. Skirmish on Swansboro Road, near Jacksonville, N. C. Detachment 

I2th Cavalry, Lieut. Clark. 
28th~3ist. Skirmish on scout from Vienna to Hopewell Gap, White 

Plains, etc., Va. Detachment I3th Cavalry. 

3Oth. Engagement at Greenville, N. C. Company B, I2th Cavalry; de 
tachment 23d Battery. 

1864. 

9th. Skirmish at Sperryville, Va. 4th Cavalry. 

I2th. Skirmish at Kelly s Ford, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

I2th. Skirmish at Ellis Ford, Va. Detachment 22d Cavalry. 

i7th. Skirmish at Ellis Ford, Va. 2d and 5th Cavalry. 

I9th. Skirmish at Stevensburg, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

19th. Skirmish at New Kent Court House, Va. Detachment ist Mounted 

Rifles, Maj. E. A. Hamilton. 

20th. Skirmish at Barnett s Ford, Va. 6th Cavalry; ist Dragoons. 

20th. Skirmish at Harrellsville, N. C. 8sth Infantry. 

2ist. Skirmish at Strawberry Plain, Holstein River, Tenn. 7gth Infantry. 

22d. Skirmish at Berryville Ford, Va. Detachment 2ist Cavalry, Capt. 

Jennings. 

22d. Skirmish at Ellis Ford, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

22d. Skirmish at Hillsborough, Va. I5th Cavalry. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 215 

1864. 

1235. Jan. 22d. Skirmish at Armstrong s Ferry, near Knoxville, Tenn. 46th and 

79th Infantry. 

1236. Jan. 23d. Skirmishes at Newtown and Woodstock, Va. Detachment ist Cav 

alry, Maj. Quinn; detachment 2ist Cavalry. 

1237. Jan. 25th. Affair at Bayou Grande, Jackson Bridge, near Barrancas, Fla. 

Company M, i4th Cavalry, Capt. Schmidt. 

1238. Jan. 28th. Skirmish on scout in Onslow County, N. C. Detachment of I2th 

Cavalry, 23d Cavalry and I58th Infantry. 

1239. Jan. 29th. Skirmish at Barnett s Ford, Va. 4th Cavalry. 

1240. Jan. 30th. Skirmish at Brown s Hill, near Edwards Ferry and Winston, 

N. C. Battery I, 3d Artillery. 

1241. Jan. 3ist. Affair at Smithfield, Va. Detachments of 20th Cavalry and of 

99th Infantry. 

1242. Feb. ist~4th. Attack on New Berne, N. C. i2th Cavalry, Col. Savage; 23d 

Cavalry; Batteries C, E, I and K, 3d Artillery; 99th, I32d and 
I58th Infantry. 

1243. Feb. ist. Engagements at outposts at Bachellor s Creek, from Red House 

to Beech Grove, and at the Neuse River Bridge, N. C. Attack 
on New Berne. Troop G and Howitzer party, I2th Cavalry; one 
section Battery K, 3d Artillery; detachment 99th Infantry, Capt. 
Ira Winans; I32d Infantry, Col. Peter J. Claassen. 

1244. Feb. ist. Skirmish at Brice s Creek, N. C. Attack on New Berne. Detach 

ment I2th Cavalry. 

1245. Feb. ist. Skirmish at Camden, Miss. i/Sth Infantry. 

1246. Feb. 2d. Skirmish at Newport Barracks, N. C. Attack on New Berne. 

I58th Infantry, Lt.-Col. McNary. 

1247. Feb. 2d. Skirmish at Brice s Creek, N. C. Attack on New Berne. Detach 

ment I2th Cavalry; one section Battery I, 3d Artillery. 

1248. Feb. 2d. Skirmish at Evans Mills, N. C. Attack on New Berne. Detach 

ment I2th Cavalry. 

1249. Feb. 2d. Skirmish at Gale s Creek, N. C. Attack on New Berne. Detach 

ment 23d Cavalry. 

1250. Feb. 2d. Action at Beech Grove, N. C. Attack on New Berne. Detachment 

I2th Cavalry; one section Battery K, 3d Artillery, Lieut. Kirby; 
one company 99th Infantry, Capt. Bailey. 

1251. Feb. 2d. Skirmish at Mechanicsburg Gap, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, 

Maj. Quinn; detachment 2ist Cavalry. 

1252. Feb. 4th. Skirmish at Moorefield, W. Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Maj. 

Quinn; detachment 2ist Cavalry. 

1253. Feb. 6th. Skirmish at Hampton Cross 3oads, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

1254. Feb. 6th. Skirmish near Cedar Point, N. C. 23d Cavalry. 

1255. Feb. 6th-7th. Engagement at Morton s Ford, Rapidan, Va. Battery G, ist 

Artillery; loth, 39th, io8th, mth, I25th and I26th Infantry. 

1256. Feb. 6th-7th. Skirmish at Raccoon Ford, Rapidan, Va. Battery L, ist Artil 

lery; 76th and 97th Infantry. 

1257. Feb. 6th-7th. Skirmish at Barnett s Ford, Rapidan River, Va. 4th, 6th, 8th 

and 9th Cavalry; ist Dragoons. 

1258. Feb. 6th-7th. Skirmish at Charlestown, W. Va. 2lst Cavalry. 

1259. Feb. 6th-9th. Skirmishes at Bottom s Bridge, Va. ist Mounted Rifles; I39th 

Infantry. 

1260. Feb. 7th. Skirmish near Jacksonville, Fla. usth Infantry. 

1261. Feb. 7th. Skirmish at Haulover Cut Bridge, Seabrook Island, S. C. 

Infantry. 



2l6 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 

1262. Feb. 7th-nth. Skirmishes at Sea Brook Island and near Bugbee Bridge, 
John s Island, S. C. Battery F, 3d Artillery; detachment ist 
Engineers; 4ist, 54th, Ii2th, i42d, I44th (Maj. Rice), I5"th (Col. 
P. P. Brown, Jr. and Lieut. Gates) and i69th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Camp Finnigan, Fla. H5th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Baldwin, Fla. usth Infantr} . 

Skirmish at Charlestown, W. Va. ist Cavalry. 

Skirmish near Plymouth, N. C. Detachment I2th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Sanderson, Fla. 48th Infantry. 

Skirmish near Smithfield, W. Va. 2ist Cavalry. 

I5th. Skirmish at Chunky Creek, Miss. Gen. Sherman s expedition 
to Meridian. I7th Veteran Infantry. 

Skirmish at Bottom s Bridge, Va. ist Mounted Rifles. 
ipth. Skirmish near Greenville, N. C. Detachment i2th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Ely s Ford, Rapidan, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Front Royal, Va. I3th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Strasburg, Va. Detachment i^th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Upperville, Va. Paris, ist Veteran Cavalry, isth 
Cavalry and detachment 2ist Cavalry. 

Skirmish near Suffolk, Va. 2oth Cavalry; /th Battery. 

Battle of Olustee, Fla. Ocean Pond, Silver Lake. 



1263. Feb. 


8th. 


1264. Feb, 


9th. 


1265. Feb. 


loth. 


1266. Feb. 


I2th. 


1267. Feb. 


I2th. 


1268. Feb. 


I4th. 


1269. Feb. 


1 4th- 


1270. Feb. 


iSth. 


1271. Feb. 


iSth- 


1272. Feb. 


I9th. 


1273. Feb. 


20th. 


1274. Feb. 


20th. 


1275. Feb. 


20th. 


1276. Feb. 


20th. 


1277. Feb. 


2Oth. 













Killed . 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




-3 




-3 







o 
rt 








r" 




u 
O 


4- C 


i 


g 


C 


J-. O 















-E 


"2 ^ 





"5 c 




-5 E 


ti 








u 







W 


C 


a 


O 


w 


< 


ist Eng. 




Seymour 


in 


Detachment 
















47th Inf. . 


Barton s 


Seymour 


10 


Col. Henry Moore (w), Capt. Joseph 
























M. McDonald (w), Capt. Frank A. 
























Butts 


ft 


27 


4 


JOQ 




8fi 


313 


48th Inf.. 


Barton s 


Seymour 


10 


Col. W. B. Barton (o), Lt.-Col. Dud 
























ley W. Strickland 


1 


16 


1 


1 5S 




44 


215 


115th Inf. . 


Barton s 


Seymour 


10 


Col. Simeon Sammons (w), Maj. E. 
























L. Walwrath 


2 


97 


1 


204 


1 


iS 


296 










Total 


8 


70 


o 




1 


188 


824 










Total loss of Union forces engaged 
















11 


192 


42 


1110 


2 


504 


1861 



1278. Feb. 22d. Skirmish at Morris Island, S. C. Detachment ist Engineers. 

1279. Feb. 22d. Skirmish at Dranesville, Va. i6th Cavalry. 

1280. Feb. 28th. Skirmish at Ely s Ford, Rapidan, Va. Gen. Kilpatrick s raid to 

Richmond, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry, Lieut. Merritt. 

1281. Feb. 29th. Skirmish at Beaver Dam Station, Va. Gen. Kilpatrick s raid to 

Richmond, Va. Detachments of the 2d, 4th, 5th and 6th Cavalry. 

1282. Feb. 29th. Skirmish at Frederick Hall Station, Va. Gen. Kilpatrick s raid to 

Richmond, Va. Detachment 2d Cavalry, Capts. Hull and Plum; 
detachment 6th Cavalry, Maj. Hall. 

1283. Feb. 29th. Skirmish at South Anna Bridge, Taylorsville, Va. Gen. Kilpat- 

rick s raid to Richmond. Detachments 2d, 5th and 6th Cavalry. 

1284. Feb. 29th-March ist. Skirmishes at Stannardsville and Burton s Ford, Rapi 

dan. Gen. Kilpatrick s raid to Richmond, ist Dragoons. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



217 



1285. March ist. 



1286. 
1287. 



1288. 
1289. 



1290. 
1291. 
1292. 
1293. 
1294. 
1295- 

1296. 
1297. 
1298. 

1299. 
1300. 

1301. 
1302. 



March ist. 
March 2(1. 



March 
March 



March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 



2d. 



3d. 

4th. 

4th. 

6th. 

6th. 

6th. 



March 6th. 

March 8th. 

March 9th. 

March 9th. 

March loth. 

March loth. 

March loth- 



1303. March loth- 



1304- 
1305- 

1306. 
1307. 
1308. 
1309. 



1310. 

1311- 
1312. 



1314- 
1315- 
1316. 



March iith. 
March I4th. 

March i6th. 
March i6th. 
March 2ist. 
March 2ist. 



March 25th. 

March 26th. 

March 28th. 

March 29th. 

March 29th. 

March 3ist. 

March 3ist. 



1864. 

Skirmishes at Ashland, Brook Turnpike, Defenses of Richmond, 
Meadow Bridge and Chickahominy, Va. Atlee s, Bidnella Cross 
Roads, Mechanicsville. Gen. Kilpatrick s and Col. Dahlgren s 
raid to Richmond. Detachments 2d, 4th, 5th and 6th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Jackson, Miss. Gen. Sherman s Meridian expedition. 
I78th Infantry. 

Skirmishes at Aylett s, Hanovertown and Walkerstown, Va. Old 
Church, King s and Queen s Court House, near Pamunkey River, 
White House. Gen. Kilpatrick s and Col. Dahlgren s raid to 
Richmond, Va. Detachments 2d, 4th, 5th and 6th Cavalry. 

Skirmishes at Bottom s Bridge, Va. ist Mounted Rifles. 
Skirmishes at New Kent Court House and King s and Queen s 
Court House, Va. Gen. Kilpatrick s and Col. Dahlgren s raid to 
Richmond. Detachments of 2d, 4th, 5th and 6th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Stevensville, Va. Detachment 2d Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Ely s Ford, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at James City, Va. 8th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Corbin s Bridge, Va. 6th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Todd s Tavern, Va. 6th Cavalry. 

Skirmish near Franklin, Pendleton Co., Va., on raid from Burling 
ton. 15th Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Root. 

Skirmish at Snickersville, Va. ist Veteran Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Field s Ford, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Belleroy and Barnardsville, Va. Ballyhock. ist 
Mounted Rifles and Companies A, B and H, ii8th Infantry. 

Skirmish on Bull s Island, S. C. Detachment I27th Infantry, Col. 
W. Gurney. 

Action at Cabletown, Va. Snicker s Ferry. Detachment of ist 
Cavalry and ist Veteran Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Palatka, Fla. H5th Infantry, 
nth. Skirmish at Little Washington, La. Detachment 2d Veteran 

Cavalry, Maj. Van Voast. 
May 22d. Red River Campaign, La. I4th, i8th and 2d Veteran Cav 
alry; 25th and 26th Batteries; detachment 75th Infantry, 
mounted; ooth, H4th, n6th, I28th, I33d, I53d, i56th, I59th, i6oth, 
i6ist, i62d, i6sth, I73d, I75th, I76th and I78th Infantry. 

Affair at Carrolton s Store, Southard s Crossing, Va. Detachments 
2d, 5th and 6th Cavalry and ist Mounted Rifles. 

Assault and capture of Fort De Russy, near Alexandria, La. Red 
River campaign. I78th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Estill Springs, Tenn. I23d Infantry. 

Skirmish near Palatka, Fla. 48th Infantry. 

Affair near Palatka, Fla. 48th and H5th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Henderson s Hill, near Alexandria, La. Bayou 
Rapides. I4th Cavalry, Maj. Bassford; i8th Cavalry; detachment 
75th Infantry, mounted; i6ist Infantry. 

Skirmish at Matthews Court House, Va. ist Mounted Rifles. 

Skirmish at Bogue Inlet, N. C. is8th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Culpeper, Va. 4th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Natchitoches, La. Red River campaign. I4th Cavalry, 
Maj. Bassford; detachment 75th Infantry, mounted. 

Skirmish near Palatka, Fla. 48th Infantry. 

Skirmish near Palatka, Fla. 48th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Cloutersville, La. Red River campaign. i8th Cavalry. 



218 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 



1317. April ist 



2d 

ad. 
ad. 



ad. 



1318. April 

1319. April 

1320. April 



1321. April 

1322. April 



1323. April 

1324. April 

1325. April 



1326. April 

1327. April 

1328. April 



1329. April gth. 



Affair near Fort Gates, thirty-two miles from Palatka, Fla. De 
tachment Ii5th Infantry, Capt. S. P. Smith. 
Skirmish near Plymouth, N. C. Detachment I2th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Cedar Creek, Fla. i6gth Infantry. 

Skirmish at Crump s Mill or Landing, twelve miles from Natch- 
itoches, La. Red River campaign. I4th Cavalry, Maj. Bassford; 
detachment 75th Infantry, mounted. 

Skirmish at Cow s Ford, near Barrancas, Pensacola, Fla. Com 
pany M, I4th Cavalry, Capt. Schmidt. 

4th. Engagement at Campti, La. Red River campaign. Companies B, 
C, D, G, H, I and K, i8th Cavalry; 2d Veteran Cavalry, Col. 
Chrysler. 

6th. Affair at New River, La. Scouting party of nth Cavalry. 
7th. Affair at Plain Store, near Port Hudson, La. One section 21 st 

Battery. 

7th. Engagement at Pleasant Hill, La. Wilson s Farm. Red River 
campaign. I4th Cavalry, Maj. Bassford; i8th Cavalry; 2d Veteran 
Cavalry, Capt. Gurney; detachment 75th Infantry, mounted; i6ist 
Infantry. 

7th. Affair near Amite River, La. Scouting party of nth Cavalry. 
8th. Skirmish at Pleasant Grove, La. Red River campaign. I4th Cav 
alry and detachment 75th Infantry, mounted. 

8th. Battle of Sabine Cross Roads, La. Mansfield. Red River cam 
paign. I4th Cavalry; iSth Cavalry; 2d Veteran Cavalry; 25th 
Battery; 75th Infantry detachment, mounted; H4th, n6th, i6oth, 
i6rst, i62d, i65th and I73d Infantry. 

Battle of Pleasant Hill, La. Red River campaign. Includes cav 
alry losses April 7th; and losses at Sabine Cross Roads, April 8th. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


o 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


T5 

a 


5 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


14th Cav. 
18th Cav. 
ad V. Cav 

25th Bty. 
75th Inf. . 


1, Lucas 




19 
19 
19 

19 
19 

19 

19 
19 
19 
19 
19 

19 
19 
10 


Maj. Abraham Bassford 




4 
1 


i 

i 

i 


18 
9 

5 
3 


2 


17 
2 


42 
14 

6 

5 


5, Gooding. . . . 
5, Gooding. . . . 


Lee 


Col. James J. Byrne 
Col. Morgan H. Chrysler, Capt. 


1 


Hebard 
1, Lucas 


1, Emory 


Lieut. Irving D. Southworth 
Detachment with 14th Cav., non- 
veterans, mounted 




2 






114th Inf. . 

116th Inf. . 
153d Inf.. 
160th Inf. . 
161st Inf.. 
162d Inf.. 

165th Inf. . 
173d Inf.. 
178th Inf. . 


1, Dwight, Jr. . 

1, Dwight, Jr.. 
1, Dwight, Jr. . 
2, McMillen. .. 
1, Dwight, Jr. . 
3, Benedict. . 

3, Benedict.. . . 
3, Benedict.. . . 
3, Moore 


1, Emory 

1, Emory 
1, Emory 
1, Emory 
1, Emory 
1, Emory 

1, Emory 
1, Emory 
3, Mower 


Lt.-Col. Henry B. Morse (c), Maj. 
Oscar H. Curtis 




2 
1 
6 

8 

13 
3 

4 
2 


3 

2 

"i 

4 

3 
3 

1 

.5 


10 
27 

28 
23 
39 

45 
21 

38 
17 


1 

2 


a 

4 
9 

38 

46 
70 

155 

7 


20 
34 
33 
44 
90 

111 
97 

200 
31 


Lt.-Col. George M. Love 
Col. Edwin P. Davis 
Lt.-Col. John B. Van Petten 
Lt.-Col. Wm. B. Kinsey 
Col. Lewis Benedict (c, k), Lt.-Col. 
Justus W. Blanchard (c), Capt. 
Samuel Cowdrey 


"2 

l 

3 


Lt.-Col. Gouverneur Carr (w), Capt. 
H. C. Inwood 


Col. Lewis M. Peck (w), Capt. 
Howard C. Conrady 




Col. Edward Wheeler 
Total 




7 
28 


49 
232 


28 

94 


283 
1393 


5 
66 


355 
1706 


727 
3517 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 
at Sabine Cross Roads and 
Pleasant Hill 





IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 219 

1864. 

1330. April loth. Skirmish near Cabletown, Va. 2ist Cavalry. 

1331. April loth. Skirmish at Grand Ecore, La. Red River campaign. i8th Cav 

alry. 

1332. April nth. Skirmish at Caperton s Ferry, Tenn. Detachment i02d Infantry, 

Capt. L. R. Stegman. 

J 333- April I2th. Skirmish at Fort Jessup, La. Red River campaign. 2d Veteran 
Cavalry. 

1334. April I4th. Skirmish at Smithfield, Cherry Grove, Va. iiSth Infantry. 

T 335- April I4th. Skirmish at Young s Cross Roads, N. C. isSth Infantry. 

1336. April I4th. Skirmish at Bayou Salina, La. Red River campaign. i8th Cav 
alry; 2d Veteran Cavalry. 

1337- April isth. Skirmish at Campti, 2d, La. Red River campaign. Companies B 
and I, i8th Cavalry. 

1338. April isth. Skirmish at New River, La. Detachment nth Cavalry, Capt. 
Hallock. 

J 339- April i6th. Skirmish at Grand Ecore, La. Red River campaign. i8th Cavalry. 

1340. April i6th. Skirmish at Beaver Creek, N. C. Detachment I2th Cavalry. 

1341. April i6th. Skirmish at Burnt Ordinary, Va. 1st Mounted Rifles. 

1342. April I7th. Skirmish at Morrisville, near Ellis Ford, Va. Detachment loth 

Cavalry. 

1343. April I7th-i8th. Skirmish at Bayou Salina, La. Yellow Bayou. Red River 

expedition. i8th and 2d Veteran Cavalry. 

1344. April i7th-2Oth. Siege and surrender of Plymouth, N. C. Companies A and F, 

I2th Cavalry; 24th Battery and 85th Infantry. 

1345. April igth. Skirmish at Leesburg, Va. i6th Cavalry. 

1346. April igth-20th. Skirmish at Winchester, Va. ist Cavalry. 

1347. April 20th. Skirmish at Natchitoches, La. Red River campaign. I4th and 

i8th Cavalry and detachment 75th Infantry, mounted. 

1348. April 20th. Skirmish at New River, La. Detachment nth Cavalry, Maj. 

Remington. 

1349. April 2ist. Skirmish at Campti Bayou, La. Red River campaign. 2d Veteran 

Cavalry and I78th Infantry. 

1350. April 2ist. Skirmish above Cloutiersville, La. Red River campaign. I4th and 

iSth Cavalry and detachment 75th Infantry, mounted. 

1351. April 2ist. Skirmish at Tom Mack s Farm, N. C. Company G, I2th Cavalry. 

1352. April 22d. Skirmish below Cloutiersville, La. Red River campaign. i4th, 

i8th and 2d Veteran Cavalry and detachment 75th Infantry, 
mounted. 

1353- April 23d. Skirmish at Currituck, Va. 20th Cavalry. 

1354. April 23d. Skirmish at Hunter s Point, Va. Detachment i6th Cavalry. 

I 3S5- April 23d. Engagement at Cane River Crossing, La. Monetti s Bluff. Red 
River campaign. i8th Cavalry, 2d Veteran Cavalry; 25th and 26th 
Batteries; H4th, n6th, i28th, i6oth, i6ist, i62d, i6sth and i/3d 
Infantry. 

1356. April 23d-25th. Action at Cloutiersville and Luciaville, La. Red River cam 
paign. i4th Cavalry; detachment 75th Infantry, mounted; i6ist 
and I78th Infantry. 

T 357- April 24th. Skirmish at New Market, Va. Winchester. 1st Cavalry; detach 
ment 21 st Cavalry. 

1358. April 25th-28th. Affair at Washington, N. C. 23d Battery. 

1359- April 28th. Skirmish at Madison Court House, Va. 6th Cavalry. 

1360. April 28th. Skirmish above Alexandria, La. Red River campaign. I4th Cav 

alry; detachment 75th Infantry, mounted. 

1361. April 2Qth. Action at Grand Ecore, La. Red River campaign. i8th Cavalry. 



22O 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 



1362, April 2Qth 



Detachment i6th 



Skirmish near Upperville, Va., near Middleburg. 
Cavalry. 

1363. April 30th Skirmish in Blue Ridge Mountains, Va. Detachment i6th Cavalry. 

1364. May ist. Engagement at Carter s Farm, Va. Blue Ridge Mountains; near 

Upperville. i3th and i6th Cavalry. 

1365. May ist. Skirmish at Alexandria, La. Red River campaign. i8th Cavalry. 

1366. May ist. Skirmish at New River, La. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

1367. May 2d. Skirmish at Decatur, Ala. I7th Veteran Infantry. 

1368. May 2d. Skirmish at Alexandria, La. Cheneyville. Red River campaign. 

n6th, I28th, I 56th, I59th, i6ist and I75th Infantry. 

1369. May 3d. Skirmish at Prescott s Landing and Bayou Robertson, La. Red 

River campaign. i8th Cavalry; 2d Veteran Cavalry. 

1370. May 3d. Skirmish at New Market, Va. ist Veteran Cavalry. 

1371. May 3d-Sept. 8th. Gen. Sherman s Atlanta Campaign, Ga. Batteries I and 

M, ist Artillery; I3th Battery; I7th Veteran; 45th, 6oth, 78th, 
I02d, I07th, iigth, I23d, I34th, I36th, i3/th, I4ist, i43d, M9th, 
iSOth and I54th Infantry. 

1372. May 4th. Skirmishes at Ely s Ford and Aldrich s Cross Roads, Va. loth 

Cavalry. 

1373- May 4th~5th. Skirmishes near Wilson s Landing and Chambers Plantation, 
La. Prescott s Landing; Moore s Plantation; below Alexandria; 
Bayou Boeuff. Red River campaign. I4th and i8th Cavalry; 2d 
Veteran Cavalry; detachment 75th Infantry, mounted; I78th Infantry. 

1374. May 4th-6th. Skirmishes before New Berne, N. C. I2th Cavalry. 

1375. May 5th. Skirmish at Evans* Mills, N. C. isSth Infantry. 

1376. May 5th-6th. Skirmish at Wells and Governor Moore s Plantation, La. Red 

River campaign. i8th Cavalry; 2d Veteran Cavalry. 

1377. May 5th~7th. Battle of the Wilderness, Va. This embraces the Cavalry 

actions at Parker s Store (5th Cavalry); Craig s Meeting House; 
Chewning s Farm; Orange Plank Road, and Todd s Tavern, on 
the 5th. Mine Run (22d Cavalry); Furnace and Brock Road 
Crossing and Todd s Tavern, on the 6th. Germanna Ford (5th 
and 22d Cavalry); the Brock Road, the Furnaces and Todd s 
Tavern, on the 7th; and those of the Artillery and Infantry on 
the 5th-6th. Also the losses of the Cavalry on the 8th, which is 
otherwise treated as a separate affair. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


c. 


Commanding Officers. 


E 

V 


"d 
2c 


(H 

O 


Id 
s. o 


G 


TJ 
in C 


o 

rt 
66 

i 








IH 

o 




1 


"5 ^ 





"c ^ 





"c ^ 


B 








CJ 




- 


a 





W 


C 


a 




2d Cav 




3 Wilson 


Cav 


Col. Otto Harhaus 




s 




11 


1 


15 


30 


4th Cav. . 


2, Devin 


1 , Torbert .... 


Cav 


Lt.-Col. William R. Parnell 
















5th Cav. . 
6th Cav. . 


1, Bryan, Jr. . . 
2, Devin 


3, Wilson 
1, Torbert. . . . 


Cav 
Cav 


Lt.-Col. John Hammond 
Col. T. C. Devin (c), Lt.-Col. Wm. 


1 


15 


1 


20 




13 


50 










H. Crocker 




1 




H 




1 


13 


8th Cav.. 


2, Chapman. . . 


3, Wilson 


Cav 


Lt.-Col. Wm. H. Benjamin 




1 








3 


4 


9th Cav. . 


2, Devin 


1, Torbert 


Cav 


Col. William Sackett 




5 


2 


18 




3 


28 


10th Cav. . 


2, Gregg 


2, Gregg 


Cav 


Lt.-Col. M. Henry Avery 




1 


1 


7 




1 


10 


22d Cav 






U 


Col. Samuel J. Crooks 








1 




4 


5 


24th Cav. . 


Prov. ; Marsh 11 




9 


Dismounted; Col. Wm. C. Raul- 
























ston * 
















1st Drag 


Res Merritt 


1 , Torbert 


Cav 


Col. Alfred Gibbs 




20 


1 


35 


4 


31 


91 


One da Cv 








At general Headquarters Army of 
















1st Art 








Potomac; Capt. Daniel P. Mann* 
















Baty B. 


2, Tompkins. . . 


Art. Reserve . . 




Capt. Albert S. Sheldon 
















Baty C 


3 Fitzhugh . . 


Art. Reserve. . 




Lieut. Wm. H. Phillips 
















Baty D 


Wainwright. . . 




5 


Capt. Geo. B. Winslow (w), Lt 
























Lester J. Richardson . . 






1 


4 


1 


? 


8 



Ix THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



221 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


uT 
o 
CJ 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


Wn d. 


Officers. 1 $ 


Enlisted ! w - 
men. | 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


Baty E. 

Baty G. 
Baty H. 
Baty L. 

4th Art.: 
1st Batn 
2d Batn 

3d Batn 
6th Art.. 
14th Art.. 
15th Art.. 






5 

2 
5 
5 

6 
5 

2 
9 


Capt. H. W. Davis, with Battery L, 
1st Art * 














Tidball 




Capt. Nelson Ames * 




















Capt Charles E Mink * 




















Lieut. George Breck * 




















Cos. C, F, I and M, Maj. T. D. Sears 
Cos. D, E, H and K, Maj. Wm. 
Arthur, jr 


1 


1 




14 
? 




6 


22 
2 






Tidball 




Cos. A, B, G and L, Lt.-Col. T. R. 
Allcock * 














1, Kitching. . . . 
Prov. ; Marsh ll 
1, Kitching. . . 


Art. Reserve. . 
Art. Reserve. . 


Col. J. H. Kitching (c), Lt.-Col. E. 
R. Travis 













10 


12 

8 
44 


Col. E. G. Marshall (c), Lt.-Col. C. 
H. Corning 




1 








Col. Louis Schirmer 


1 




1 


31 




8 


1st Baty. 
3d Baty. 
5th Baty. 
6th Baty. 
llth Baty. 
12th Baty. 
15th Baty. 
19th Baty. 
27th Baty. 
34th Baty. 
50th Eng. . 






6 


Capt Andrew Cowan * 






6 


Capt Wm A Harn . * 
















2, Tompkins. . . 
I, Robertson. . 
3, Fitzhugh . . . 
2, Tompkins. . . 


Art. Reserve. . 
Horse Art .... 
Art. Reserve. . 
Art. Reserve. . 


Cav 


Capt. Elijah D. Taft 
















~apt. Joseph W. Martin 
Capt. John E. Burton 




2 




1 






3 


Capt. George F. McKnight 
















3, Fitzhugh . . . 


Art. Reserve. . 




Capt. Patrick Hart 
















2, Potter 


9 



Capt. Edward W. Rogers 






































3 Willcox .... 


f) 
























Lt.-Col. Ira Spaulding (reserve); 
Maj. W. Brainerd, detachment 
with 2d Corps; Maj. G. W. Ford, 
detachment with 5th Corp 1 ;: Maj. 
E. O. Beers, detachment with 6th 
Corps 








1 






1 
35 


1st Sh s. 
7th V. I. 
10th Inf 


1, Cutler 
3, Frank 


4, Wadsworth . 
1, Barlow 


5 
2 
2 

5 

2 

2 
? 


Capt. Volney J. Shipman 
A detachment with the 52d Inf. . . . 




1 




27 




7 


3, Carroll 




Capt. Geo. M. Dewey (w), Capt. O. 
F. Angell 




17 


3 


57 




IS 


95 


12th Inf. . 






Maj. H. W. Ryder. Provost Guard.* 
Col. Augustus Funk (w). Lt.-Col. J. 
G. Hughes (w), Capt. C. E. 
Haight (w), Maj. Chas. C. Baker 
Col. Thomas W. Egan 




39th Inf. . 


3 Frank 


1 Barlow 


i 


14 
19 


7 
6 
2 

9 
1 


92 

150 
6 

97 
61 


1 
1 
1 

2 


22 
36 
14 

69 
1 


136 
213 
23 

193 

67 


40th Inf.. 


1, Ward. . 


3, Birney 


42d Inf.. 


1, Webb 


2, Gibbon 


Maj. Patrick J. Downing 


43d Inf.. 

44th Inf 


3, Neill 
3 Bartlett . . 


2, Getty 
1 Griffin 


6 

5 
9 

6 


2 
2 

9 


Lt.-Col. John Wilson (w), Maj. 
John Fryer (w), Capt. James D. 
Visscher 


2 
1 


19 
3 




46th Inf. . 






Detachment serving with 36th 
Mass. Vol. Infantry 


49th Inf. . 
51st Inf. . 


3. Neill . . 
1, Bliss 


2, Getty 
2. Potter 


Col. Daniel D. Bidwell 
Col. Chas. W. LeGendre (w), Lt.- 
Col. R. C. Mitchel 


i> 
1 


24 
19 


1 
2 


53 
52 
4 




6 
5 
2 

1 

4 


9 
79 
6 

58 
14 

3 
72 
95 
8 
57 
11 

93 

52 
27 
9 
21 

66 
24 

282 
64 


52d Inf. 


3 Frank ... . 


1 Barlow 


Col. P. Frank (c), Maj. H. M. 
Karples 


57th Inf.. 
59th Inf.. 


3, Frank 
1, Webb. . 


1, Barlow 
2, Gibbon 


Lt.-Col. A. B. Chapman (k), Maj. 
W. A. Kirk 


1 


6 

2 


1 


49 

g 




Capt. Wm. McFadden . . 


61st Inf. . 


1, Miles 


1 Barlow 


- 

6 
2 

? 


Col. Nelson A. Miles (c), Lt.-Col. K. 
Oscar Broady 








? 




62d Inf. . 
63d Inf.. 
64th Inf.. 


1, Wheaton . . . 
2, Smyth 
4, Brooke 


2. Getty 
1, Barlow 
1. Barlow 


Col. David J. Nevin 
Maj. Thomas Touhey (k) 
Maj. Leman W. Bradley 


i 


14 

8 


: 
1 


54 

77 
S 




"B 


65th Inf. . 


4. Shaler 


1 Wright 


6 
2 

6 

2 

2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
5 

6 
9 




i 


7 
1 


L 


26 
6 




21 

4 

18 

8 
5 
3 
3 

5 
7 

174 
7 


66th Inf.. 


4, Brooke 






67th Inf. . 


4, Shaler 


1, Wright 


Col. Nelson Cross (c), Lt.-Col. 


i 


10 

7 


1 


61 

?7 


: 


69th Inf.. 

70th Inf. . 
71st Inf. . 
72d Inf.. 
73d Inf.. 

74th Inf.. 
76th Inf.. 

77th Inf.. 
79th Inf.. 


2, Smyth 
2. Brewster . . . 


1, Barlow 
4. Mott 


Capt. R. Moroney, Capt. B. S. 
O Neil Capt Jas E McGee 


Maj Wm H Hugo 


i 


3 
"2 

6 

1 

26 
11 


2 

- 

I 

L> 
L 


18 
3 
14 

51 
16 

67 
42 


i 

i 

12 
2 


2, Brewster . . . 
2, Brewster . . . 
2, Brewster . . . 

2. Brewster. . 
2 Rice 

3, Neill . . 
2, Christ 


4, Mott 
4, Mott 
4, Mott 

4. Mott 
4, Wadsworth . 

2, Getty 
3, Willcox. . . . 


Lt.-Col. Thomas Rafferty 


Col. Wm. R. Brewster (c), Lt.-Col. 
Michael W Burns 




Col. Thomas Holt 
Lt.-Col. John E. Cook (w), Maj. 
John W. Young (w, m), Capt. S. 


i 


Maj Nathan S. Babcock 
Col. David Morrison * 



222 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


p 
i~ 
c 

_ 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed . 


Officers. 1 ^ 


n d. 


Miss s . 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


80th Inf 








Prov. Guard. A. P., Col. T. B. Gates 
















S2d Inf 


1 Webb 


2 Gibbon 


2 

5 

6 
2 
2 

2 

5 
6 

G 
8 
2 

9 
2 

> 


Col. Henry W. Hudson 


1 

! 

L 

1 

I 1 
1 


3 

17 
1 

2 

8 

38 
16 
14 


3 

1 

"s 

13 

! 

; 


10 

81 
2 
44 
38 

200 
63 
67 

2 


1 


12 
14 


29 

115 
3 
59 

52 

260 
174 
99 
2 
11 

52 
76 

178 
61 

73 
119 

58 

28 
76 
255 

312 

171 
21 

51 
4623 
17666 


83d Inf. . 

84th Inf. . 
86th Inf. . 
88th Inf. . 
93d Inf.. 

95th Inf. . 
97th Inf.. 
104th Inf. . 
106th Inf. . 
108th Inf. . 


2, Baxter 

2, Rice . . 
1, Ward 
2, Smyth 
2, Hays 

2, Rice 
2, Baxter 
1, Leonard. . . . 
1, Morris 
3, Carroll 


2, Robinson. . . 

4, Wadsworth . 
3, Birney 
1, Barlow 
3, Birney 

4, Wadsworth . 
2, Robinson. . . 
2, Robinson. . . 
3, Ricketts 
2, Gibbon 


Col. Joseph A. Moesch (k), Lt.-Col. 
Wm. Chalmers 


Col Edward B. Fowler 


Lt.-Col. Jacob H. Lansing 
Capt. Denis F. Burke 
Col. John S. Crocker (c), Maj. 
Samuel McConihe (w) . . . 


1 

6 


7 
4 

5 
86 
13 


Col Edward Pye 
Col. Chas. Wheelock 
Col. Gilbert G. Prey 


Lt.-Col. Charles Townsend 
Col. Chas. J. Powers (w), Lt.-Col. 
Francis E Pierce (w) 




4 

5 
11 

40 

4 

15 
9 

1 

6 
5 
22 

17 

15 
2 

8 
536 
2103 


i 
1 

6 

i 

1 



1 
1 
"5 

5 
4 

:-: 
12fl 
569 


6 

37 
63 

113 

46 

36 
64 

54 

16 
62 
113 

62 

93 
14 

34 
2624 
11468 


1 

2 

"5 

6 
2 

1 
.-,7 
138 


4 
1 

17 

8 

19 
37 

2 

5 
9 
109 

219 

57 
4 

4 
1181 
3245 


109th Inf. . 
lllth Inf. 


1, Hartranft. . . 
3, Frank 


3, Willcox .... 
1, Barlow. . . . 


Col. Benjamin F. Tracy (w) 


Capt. Aaron P. Seeley (w), Capt. R. 
C. Perry (w), Capt. L. W. Husk 
Maj. Abram L. Lockwood 


2 
1 


120th Inf. . 


2, Brewster . . . 


4, Mott. . 


121st Inf.. 


2, Upton 


1, Wright 


6 

6 
2 

1 

2 
5 
6 

5 
A 


Col. E. Upton (c), Lt.-Col. E. 
Olcott 


122d Inf.. 
124th Inf. . 


4, Shaler. . . 
1, Ward 


1, Wright 
3, Birney 


Lt.-Col. Augustus W. Dwight 
Col. Francis M. Cummins (w), Lt.- 
Col. Charles H. Weygant 




125th Inf. . 


3, Frank 


1, Barlow 


Lt.-Col. Aaron B. Myer (w), Capt. 
George E Lemon 




126th Inf.. 
140th Inf.. 
146th Inf. . 


3, Frank 
I, Ayres 
1, Ayres 


1, Barlow 
1, Griffin 
1, Griffin 


Capt. Winfield Scott 
Col. George Ryan 
Col. David T. Jenkins (k), Maj. H. 
H. Curran (k), Capt. James 
G. Grindlay 


i 

3 


147th Inf. . 
151st Inf.. 


2, Rice 
1, Morris 


4, Wadsworth. 
3, Ricketts. . . . 


Col. Francis C. Miller (w), Lt.-Col. 
George Harney 


Lt.-Col. Thomas M. Fay 


1 
1 

:>,<< 
143 


152d Inf.. 


2, Owen 


2, Gibbon 


2 


Lt.-Col. Geo. W. Thompson (w) 
Maj. Timothy O Brien. . 








Total 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 



1378. May 5th~3ist, Operations against Petersburg and Richmond, Va., by the 
Army of the James. This includes engagements, etc., at Wall 
Bridge, Port Walthall and Chester Station, Stony Creek Station, 
Jarratt s Station and White s Bridge, Swift Creek or Arrowfield 
Church, Proctor s Creek, Drewry s Bluff or Fort Darling, Chula 
Depot, Foster s Plantation, Ware Bottom Church, Wilson s 
Wharf, Bermuda Hundred Front, etc. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 








T) 




o 


o 

rt 








09 




C 

V 
Q 


^_> C 
s. o 


~ 
- 


^ C 


E 


Sc 

X CJ 


t; 
o 















"c 





"c ^ 


i 


"c 


ta 








o 




^_ 


a 


C 


W 


c 


U 




3d Cav.. 


1, Mix 






Col Simon H Mix (c) Lt -Col Geo 
























W. Lewis 


1 


2 


1 


19 




14 


37 


IstM nted 
























Rifles.. . 




3 Hinks 


18 






1 




o 




4 


13 


3d Art.: 
























Bat y E. 


Follett 


2, Weitzel .... 


1^ 


Capt Geo E Ashby (w) Lieut Jas 
























S. Fuller (w), Lieut. Lewis H. 
























Mowers. . 






2 


fi 




3 


11 


Bat y K 

Bat y M 




3. Hinks... 


18 
18 




















3, Hinks 


Capt. John H. Howell 








1 






1 


13th Art... 




3, Hinks... 


18 


Companies A and H. . 

















IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



223 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


u 
C 

U 
18 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


7th Baty 
8th Baty 
33d Baty. 
1st Eng. 

3d Inf. . . 

47th Inf. . 
48th Inf.. 


Follett 



2, Weitzel. . . . 


Capt. Peter C. Regan 












Cavalry 




One section, Lieut. Peter Morton. . . . 


















3, Ames 


10 
10 

10 

10 
10 

IS 
10 
is 


Capt. Algar M. Wheeler 
Eight companies, Majs. J. Walker and 
F. E. Graef 








> 






2 

66 
61 

115 

28 
6 


1, Alford 

2, Barton 
2, Barton 


2, Turner 

2, Turner 
2, Turner 


Col. Samuel M. Alford (c), Lt.-Col. E. 
G. Floyd (w), Capt. Alexander A. 
Mann 




3 
4 

14 

1 


2 

2 

4 
1 


53 
33 

96 
22 
6 




8 
20 


Lt.-Col. Christopher R. Macdonald. . . 
Col. Wm. B. Barton (c), Lt.-Col. D. 
W. Strickland 


2 
1 


81st Inf.. 
89th Inf.. 


1, Marsten. . . . 
1, Alford 


1, Brooks 
2, Turner 


Lt.-Col. John B. Raulston 
Lt.-Col. Theophilus L. England 




4 


92d Inf.. 


3, Button 


1, Brooks 


Lt.-Col. Hiram J. Anderson 














96th Inf.. 
98th Inf.. 


1, Marsten. . . . 


1, Brooks 


IV 

IS 

10 
10 

10 
10 
18 

18 

10 
is 
10 


Col. Edgar M. Cullen 
Col. Fred. F. Wead (c), Capt. Wm. 
Kreutzer 


1 
1 


3 

14 
1C 

3 
6 
19 

39 

"19 
12 
15 

165 


3 

7 

3 
1 
3 

3 

1 
5 
4 

1 

4:-; 


9 

64 
114 

25 
86 
59 

108 
8 
73 
60 

78 

930 


1 
"i 
1 

1 

4 
1 

12 

40 


17 

12 

145 

3 
7 
6 

42 
9 

22 
2 
24 

344 


31 

94 

280 

35 

100 
89 

199 
19 
119 
78 
19 

1503 


100th Inf.. 
112th Inf.. 

115th Inf.. 
117th Inf. . 


3, Plaisted .... 
2, Drake 

2, Barton 
1, Alford 


1, Terry 
3, Ames 

2, Turner 
2, Turner 


Col. George B. Dandy 
Col. Jeremiah C. Drake (c), Lt.-Col. 
Elial F. Carpenter (w).Capt.W. H. 
Chaddock 


Maj. Ezra L. Walrath, Lt.-Col. N. J. 
Johnson 




Col. Alvin White (w), Lt.-Col. Rufus 
Daggett 


1 
3 

i 
11 


118th Inf.. 

139th Inf.. 
142d Inf.. 
14Sth Inf.. 
169th Inf. . 


2, Burnham. . . 

1, Marsten. . . . 
1, Alford 
2, Stedman. . . 
2, Drake 


1, Brooks 

1, Brooks 
2, Turner 
2, Weitzel 
3, Ames 


Col. Oliver Keese, Jr., Lt.-Col. Geo. 
F. Nichols (w), Capt. Levi S. 
Dominy 


Col. Samuel H. Roberts 
Col. N. Martin Curtis 
Col. George M. Guion 
Col. John McConihe 

Total loss from May 5th to 31st 
1864 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


37 


572 


171 


3598 


1540 


5958 



1379. May 5th. 



1380. May 

1381. May 

1382. May 

1383. May 

1384. May 

1385. May 



5th. 
6th. 
6th. 
6th. 
6th. 



1386. May 7th. 



1387. May 

1388. May 



1389. May 8th. 



Skirmish at Wall Bridge, Va. Gen. Kautz s raid from Suffolk to 
City Point. Operations against Petersburg and Richmond. 3d 
Cavalry, Col. Mix (c); one section 8th Battery, Lieut. Morton. 

Skirmish at Evans Mill, N. C. I58th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Croatan Station, N. C. 23d Cavalry. 

Skirmish near Berryville, Va. ist Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Frederick, Md. Company M, 2ist Cavalry. 

Skirmish near Amite Road, La. Detachment nth Cavalry. 
6th~7th. Engagement at Port Walthall and Chester Station, Va. Opera 
tions against Petersburg and Richmond, ist Mounted Rifles; 
47th, 48th, 92d, looth, H2th, nsth, n8th and i6gth Infantry. 

Actions at Stony Creek Station, W. R. R., and Lyttleton, Va. 
Boiling Bridge; Nottoway River. Gen. Kautz s raid from Suffolk 
to City Point. Operations against Petersburg and Richmond. 
Detachment 3d Cavalry, Maj. Jacobs, Jr., and Capt. Pierce; one 
section 8th Battery, Lieut. Morton. 

Skirmish at Upperville, Va. ist Cavalry. 

Skirmish on New River Road, La. Detachment nth Cavalry, 
Lieut. Dagwell. 

Skirmish at Jarratt s Station and White s Bridge, Va. Nottoway 
Bridge. Gen. Kautz s raid from Suffolk to City Point, Va. 
Operations against Petersburg and Richmond. 3d Cavalry. 



7 th. 
7th. 



124 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 

1390. May 8th. Skirmish at Piney Grove Church, Va. Attack on trains A. P., 4th 

Cavalry. 

1391. May 8th. Skirmish at Alexandria, La. Red River campaign. l8th Cavalry. 

1392. May 8th. Skirmish at Villanow, Ga. I02d Infantry. 

1393. May Sth-ioth. Engagement at Rocky Faced Ridge and Buzzard Roost Gap, 

Ga. Chattanooga Mountains; Dug Gap; Mill Creek Gap; Atlanta 
campaign. 6oth, 78th, io2d, ngth, i34th, I36th, Col. Wood (w), 
I37th, I49th and I54th Infantry. 

1394. May 8th-2ist. Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, Va. This includes the 

Cavalry engagements May 8th at Todd s Tavern (loss, however, 
included in the Wilderness), and Downer s Bridge on the 2oth; 
Artillery and Infantry engagements May 8th at Alsop s, on the 
Brock Road, Todd s Tavern and Corbin s Bridge and the Court 
House; May Qth, crossing of the Ny at the Gates House and 
crossing of the Po; May loth, Po River, Glady Run, Laurel Hill, 
Block House at Po River Crossing, Landron s Farm, Fredericks- 
burg Road; May I2th, the Salient and the Angle; May I4th, 
Gayle s; May i8th, the Salient; May igth, Fredericksburg Road 
or Harris Farm; May 2ist, Guiney Station; and the daily 
skirmishing. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


C 
o 
o 


Commanding Officers. 


Officers. 1 $ 


Enlisted 1 "> 
t n. 
men. I . 


W n d. 


Officers. ! 


Enlisted I M - 
men. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


2d Cav. . 
5th Cav. . 
6th Cav. . 

8th Cav. . 
9th Cav. . 


1, Bryan, Jr. . . 
1, Bryan, Jr. . . 
2, Devin 

2, Chapman. . . 
2, Devin 


3, Wilson 
3, Wilson 
1, Merritt 

3, Wilson 
1 , Merritt 


Cav 
Cav 
Cav 

Cav 
Cav 
Cav 


Col. Otto Harhaus, loss included in 
that of the Wilderness 
















Lt.-Col. J. Hammond, serving with 
9th Corps 




1 




6 


1 


8 


16 


Col. T. C. Devin (c), Lt.-Col. W. H. 
Crocker, loss included in that of 
the Wilderness 








Lt.-Col. W. H. Benjamin, loss in 
cluded in that of the Wilderness. . 
















Col. Wm. Sackett, loss included in 
that of the Wilderness 
















10th Cav. 


2, Gregg 


2, Gregg 


Lt.-Col. M. Henry Avery, loss in 
cluded in that of the Wilderness. . 
















22d Cav 






Unattached 








3 
6 


2 


72 
2 


77 
10 


24th Cav. . 
1st Drag. . 

2d Moun d 
Rifles.. . 

OneidaCav 

1st Art.: 
Bat v B 
Bat y C 
Bat v D 
Bat y E 

Bat y G 
Bat y H 

Bat y L 
2d Art .... 
4th Art.: 
1st Bat n 
2d Bat n 
3d Bat n 
6th Art.. 


Prov.; Marsh ll 
Reserve; Gibbs 

Prov.; Marsh ll 


1, Stevenson. . 
1, Merritt 

1, Stevenson. . 


9 
Cav 

9 


Dismounted, Col. Wm. C. Raul- 
ston (c), Lt.-Col. W. C. New- 






2 


berry Col Raulston 


Col. A. Gibbs (c), Lt.-Col. T. J. 
Thorp, loss included in that of 
the Wilderness 






Dismounted, Col. John Fisk, Lt.- 
Col Jasper N Raymond 








3 


1 


2 


4 
2 


At headquarters Army of the Po 
tomac Capt Daniel P. Mann. . . . 












5 
5 
5 
5 

2 
5 

5 
2 

6 

5 


Capt. Albert S. Sheldon 
















Lieut Wm H Phillips 




















Lieut. Lester J. Richardson 








4 






4 


Wainwright. . . 




Capt. Henry W. Davis, with Bat y 
L, 1st Art 














Tidball 




Capt. Nelson Ames 




? 




fi 






8 

7 
4 
117 

3 

76 
2 

161 


Wainwright . . . 




Capt. Charles E. Mink (w), Lieut. 
D. F. Ritchie, Capt. Charles E. 
Mink ... 






1 


6 

9 










Lieut. George Breck 




9 








4. Tyler 


Col. J. N. G. Whistler 
Mai Thomas D Sears 


1 


16 


3 


95 

3 


1 


1 






Maj. Wm. Arthur. Jr 




12 


2 


55 
1 




7 
1 

12 


Tidball 




2 
5 


Lt -Col. Thomas R. Allcock 




Kitching 




Col. J. H. Kitching (c), Lt.-Col. E. 
R. Travis . . 




18 


fi 


125 









IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



225 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


a 

o 
o 


Commanding Officers. 


Officers. 


led. 

O 

Sc 

<n <u 

^ c 
C C 

W 

7 
8 

8 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


! Officers. 


1 Enlisted 

: M ( : ] . 


7th Art 




4 Tyler 


9 


Col. Lewis O. Morris 


2 


2 
1 


58 
20 

4? 


76 

33 

54 

156 
4 
4 
1 

7 


8th Art 




4 Tyler 


2 
9 

<; 


Col Peter A Porter 


14th Art. . 

15th Art.: 
1st and 
3d B n 
2d Bat n 
1st Bat y. 
3d Bat y. 
5th Bat y. 
6th Bat y. 

llth Bat y. 
12th Bat y. 
15th Bat y. 
19th Bat y. 
27th Bat y. 
31th Bat y. 
50th Eng 


Prov.; Marsh ll 


1, Stevenson. . 


Col. E. G. Marshall (c), Lt.-Col. C. 




Col. Louis Schirmer 




18 


1 


131 

4 


1 


\rtillery Park. 






Maj. Julius Dieckman 






g 


Capt. Andrew Cowan 








3 




1 






6 


Capt. Wm. A. Harn 




1 












5 

Cav 

2 
2 
<; 


Capt Elijah D. Taft 




3 




1 




3 


., Robertson. . 
Tidball 


Horse Artillery 


Capt. J. W. Martin, loss included in 












Capt John E Burton 
















Tidball 




Capt George F. McKnight 












3 
1 


3 
1 

16 






Capt. Patrick Hart 














2 Potter 


I 

9 


Capt Edward W Rogers 




7 




q 








Capt John B Eaton 
















3 Willcox 










2 






2 








Lt.-Col. Ira Spaulding, Majs. Brain- 
erd Ford and Beers 














1st Sh rp s 
7th V. Inf. 
10th Inf.. 

12th Inf.. 
39th Inf. . 


., Robinson. . . 
3, Frank 
3, Carroll 


4, Cutler 
1, Barlow 
2, Gibbon 


5 

2 
2 

5 

2 

2 
6 
5 

9 
6 

9 
2 

2 

2 
2 

6 

9 


Capt Alfred Parry 




1 

8 


2 

2 


11 
4-1 






14 
61 


Detachment with the 52d N. Y. Vols 
Capt. O. F. Angell (w), Capt. J. La 


1 




G 


Maj. H. W. Ryder, Provost Guard.* 
Maj. C. C. Baker (w), Maj. J. Hyde, 
125th N Y. Vols 


3, Frank 


1, Barlow 


1 


13 

11 

8 


9 

7 
2 

3 

3 


83 

50 
26 
35 

52 
4 


1 

1 

i 


25 

27 
9 
12 

9 


132 

96 
49 
51 

72 
4 

131 
43 

164 
" 32 

102 

12 
31 

75 

97 
73 

48 
122 
43 
17 
40 

30 
16 

52 

107 
16 


40th Inf.. 

42d Inf.. 
43d Inf 


1, Ward 

1, Webb... 
3 Bidwell. . 


3, Birney 

2, Gibbon... 

2 Neill 


Col. T. W. Egan (c), Lt.-Col. A. J. 


Maj. Patrick J. Downing 


4 


44th Inf.. 
46th Inf.. 
49th Inf.. 

61st Inf.. 
52d Inf.. 


3, Bartlett. . . . 
1. Curtin 
3, Bidwell .... 

1, Curtin 
3, Frank 


1, Griffin 
2, Potter 
2, Neill 

2, Potter 
1, Barlow. . 


Col. F. Conner (w), Lt.-Col. E. B. 
Knox (w) Capt E A Nash 




8 


Detachment serving with 36th Mass. 
Vols 




Col. D. D. Bidwell (c), Maj. Wm. 
Ellis (w), Capt. R. B. Heacock 
(k) Lt -Col G. W. Johnson 


4 


20 
11 


6 


84 
3?, 


i 


17 


Lt -Col R Charlton Mitchell 


Col. P. Frank (c), Maj. H. M. 
Karples (w), Capt. Geo. Degener 
Maj. W. A. Kirk * 
Lt -Col H P Rugg 


2 

i 

2 


19 
"3 
19 

2 
5 

9 

19 

8 

15 


.i 
"2 

:, 

1 
3 

2 
2 


106 
"21 

74 

9 
22 

48 

46 
42 

?8 


i 


28 
4 
2 


57th Inf.. 
59th Inf 


3, Frank.. . 
1 Webb. 


1, Barlow 


61st Inf.. 


1, Miles 


1, Barlow. . . . 


Col. N. A. Miles (c), Lt.-Col. K. O. 


62d Inf.. 
63d Inf.. 


1, Wheaton. . . 
2, Smyth 


2, Neill 
1 Barlow. . . 


Col. D. J. Nevin, Lt.-Col. T. B. 


Hamilton (w), Maj. Wilson 
Hubbell (w) 




1 
3 

1 

1 

^ 


i 
i 


3 

11 

28 
20 

2 
23 
10 
2 
9 

2 
1 

3 
23 


64th Inf.. 


4, Brooke 


1, Barlow 


2 
6 

2 
6 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 

5 

6 

9 


Lt.-Col. L. W. Bradley (w), Maj. 


65th Inf.. 
66th Inf. . 


4, Cross 
4, Brooke 


1, Wright 


Col. J. E. Hamblin (c), Lt.-Col. T. 
H. Higginbotham (m), Capt. D. 
I Miln . ... ... 


Lt -Col John S. Hammell 


67th Inf. . 

69th Inf. . 
70th Inf. . 


4, Cross 

2, Smyth 
2, Brewster. . . 


1, Wright 

1, Barlow 
4 Mott 


Col. N. Cross (c), Lt.-Col. H. L. Van 


Capt James E McGee 


1 


16 
2 
3 
1 

3 

2 

7 

9 
3 


3 
2 
1 
3 

2 
1 

1 

5 
1 


79 
29 
11 
27 

20 
11 

41 

65 
12 


3 


Maj. William H. Hugo 


71st Inf.. 
72d Inf.. 
73d Inf.. 


2, Brewster. . . 
2, Brewster. . . 
2. Brewster. . . 


4 Mott 


Lt -Col Thomas Rafferty 




4, Mott 
4, Mott. . . 


Lt -Col John Leonard 




Col. W. R. Brewster (c). Lt.-Col. 
M W Burns . . 


3 
1 


74th Inf.. 
76th Inf. . 

77th Inf.. 

79th Inf.. 
80th Inf.. 


2, Brewster. . . 
2, Rice 

3, Bidwell .... 
2, Christ 


4, Mott 
4, Cutler 

2, Neill 
3, Willcox 


Col Thomas Holt 


Capt. S. M. Byram, Capt. James L. 


Maj. N. S. Babcock, Lt.-Col. W. B. 


2 


Col. David Morrison 
Col. T. B. Gates, Provost-Guard, 
A P 






82d Inf. . 
83d Inf.. 
84th Inf. . 

86th Inf.. 
88th Inf.. 


1, Webb... 
2. Coulter 
2, Rice 

1, Ward. . 
2, Smyth 


2, Gibbon 
2, Robinson. . . 
4, Cutler 

3, Birney 
1, Barlow 


2 
6 
5 

2 

2 


Col Henrv W Hudson 




6 
27 

12 
15 

2 


4 
6 

6 
4 


33 
88 

99 

77 
20 




8 
5 

28 

; 


51 

128 

123 
125 

25 


Lt.-Col. William Chalmers 
Col. E. B. Fowler (c). Lt.-Col. R. 


2 

1 
1 


Lt -Col J H Lansing 


Capt. Denis F. Burke 



226 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


p 

V- 

O 

^ 


Commanding Officers. 


| Officers. 


Enlisted 1 (T 
i p. 
men. | . 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


93d Inf . 


2, Crocker .... 


3, Birney 





Col. J. S. Crocker (c), Maj. S. Mc- 
Conihe 


3 
6 
6 
5 
5 

4 
24 
12 


2 
2 
2 
1 

1 

2 
3 
4 


35 
49 
65 
36 
31 

40 
83 

33 
10 


1 


4 
8 
2 
4 


45 
65 

75 
46 
38 

53 
140 

62 
12 

155 
24 

61 

90 
50 

60 
16 
43 
23 
70 

58 
92 
29 

4367 


95th Inf 


2 Rice 


4 Cutler 


Col. Edward Pye 




97th Inf.. 
104th Inf. . 
106th Inf 


2, Coulter 
1, Lyle 


2, Robinson. . . 
2, Robinson. . . 
3, Ricketts. . . 


5 
5 

6 
2 

9 
2 

2 
6 

fi 


Col. Charles Wheelock 




Col. Gilbert G. Prey 
Lt.-Col. Charles Townsend 


"i 


108th Inf. . 
109th Inf. . 
lllth Inf. . 
120th Inf 


3, Carroll 
I, Hartranft.. . 
3, Frank 
2 Brewster . . . 


2, Gibbon 
3, Willcox .... 
1, Barlow 
4, Mott. . . 


Lt.-Col. F. E. Pierce (w), Capt. J. 
Deverell 




7 
29 

13 

2 


Col. Benj. F. Tracy, Lt.-Col. Isaac 
S. Catlin 


i 


Col. C. D. MacDougall (c), Capt. L. 
W. Husk 


Lt.-Col. John R. Tappan 




121st Inf.. 

122d Inf.. 
124th Inf.. 


2, Upton 
4, Cross 


1, Wright 
1, Wright 


Col. Emory Upton (c), Lt.-Col. E. 
Olcott (w), Capt. John D. P. 


3 


46 


9 


97 
20 

40 

71 
32 

45 
12 
30 
20 




Lt.-Col. Augustus W. Dwight 


1 


3 

8 

6 

7 


1, Ward 


3, Birney 


2 
2 

2 
5 

5 
5 
6 

9 


Lt.-Col. C. H. Weygant (w), Capt. 
H S Murray 




7 

8 
4 

10 
3 

8 

9 


6 
3 

5 
3 
1 

> 


125th Inf.. 

126th Inf.. 
140th Inf. . 


3, Frank 

3, Frank 
1, Ayres 


I, Barlow 

1, Barlow 
1, Griffin . 


Capt. Geo. E. Lemon, Capt. E. P. 
Jones (k), Maj. Joseph Hyde, 


2 
2 
2 


Capt. Winfield Scott, Lt.-Col. Wm. 
H. Baird 


Col. Geo. Ryan (k), Lt.-Col. El well 
S Otis . 


146th Inf. . 
147th Inf. . 
151st Inf 


., Ayres 
2, Rice 


1, Griffin. . 
4, Cutler 
3 Ricketts 


Capt. James G. Grindlay 
Lt.-Col. George Harney 
Lt -Col Thomas M Fay 








3 
1 
9 

5 
14 
2 
3 

587 


152d Inf.. 
155th Inf.. 

164th Inf. . 
170th Inf. . 
182d Inf.. 


2, Owen 
4, Murphy. . . . 

1, Murphy. . . . 
1, Murphy. . . . 
4, Murphy. . . . 


2, Gibbon. 


Maj. T O Brien 




9 

8 
10 
9 
4 
583 


2 

;; 

3 

2 
3 
173 


50 
42 
63 
15 
20 
2954 


18 


2, Gibbon 
2, Gibbon 
2, Gibbon 
2, Gibbon 


2 
2 
2 
2 


Lt.-Col. H. C. Flood (w), Capt. M. 




Lt.-Col. Wm. DeLacy (w), Maj. 


2 
1 


Col. J. P. Mclvor (c), Capt. Chas. 
Hagan 


Col. M. Murphy (c, w), Lt.-Col. 
T M Reid 


Total 


52 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


174 


2551 


(172 


12744 


62 


2196 


18399 



1395. May 8th. Action at Corbin s Bridge, Po River, Va. Spotsylvania. 6ist and 

93d Infantry. 

1396. May 8th. Engagement at Piney Branch Church, Va. Alsop s Farm; Brock 

Road; River Ny; Po River; Laurel Hill, Va. Spotsylvania. Bat 
teries D, E, H and L, ist Artillery; 2~d Battalion, 4th Artillery; 
I5th Artillery; 5th and isth Batteries; ist Battalion, Sharp 
shooters; 43d, 44th, 49th, 62d, 76th, 77th, 83d, 84th, 95th, 97th, 
I04th, I40th, I46th and I47th Infantry. 

1397. May 9th. Skirmish at Beaver Dam Station, Va. 6th Cavalry. 

1398. May 9th. Skirmish near Millwood, Va. 1st Cavalry. 

1399. May 9th. Actions at Jarratt s Station and White s Bridge, Va. Nottoway 

Bridge. Gen. Kautz s raid from Suffolk to City Point. Opera 
tions against Petersburg and Richmond. 3d Cavalry and one 
section 8th Battery. 

1400. May 9th. Action at the Crossing of the Ny River, at Gates House, Va. 

Spotsylvania. 27th and 34th Batteries; 79th and lOQth Infantry. 

1401. May 9th-ioth. Engagement at Po River, Va. Block House Bridge, Glady 

Run. Spotsylvania. Battery G, 1st Artillery; detachment 7th 
Veteran Infantry; 39th, 40th, 52d, 6ist, 63d, 64th, 66th, 69th, 86th, 
88th, 93d, i nth, I24th, I25th and I26th Infantry. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



227 



1864. 

1402. May gth-ioth. Engagement at Swift Creek, Va. Arrowfield Church; Chester 

Station; Violet Station; Old Church; Port Walthall Junction. 
Operations against Petersburg and Richmond. 1st Mounted 
Rifles; 3d, 8ist, 8gth, 92d, o6th, 98th, looth, H2th, H7th, n8th, 
I39th, I42d, I48th and i69th Infantry. 

1403. May Qth-24th. Gen. Sheridan s Expedition from Todd s Tavern to James 

River, Va. Includes Cavalry engagements at Beaver Dam Sta 
tion, GoodalPs Farm, Ground Squirrel Bridge, Glen Allen Station, 
Yellow Tavern, Richmond Fortifications. (See table following.) 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


3, 

o 




Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


o 

2c 

Ul V 

p 

W 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


2d Cav.. 
6th Cav. . 

8th Cav. . 
9th Cav. . 
10th Cav. . 


1, Mclntosh. . . 
2, Devin 

2, Chapman. . . 


3, Wilson 
1. Torbert. . . . 

3, Wilson . . 


Cav 
Cav 

Tav 


Col. Otto Harhaus 














Col. T. C. Devin (c), Lt.-Col. Wm. 
H. Crocker 








4 






4 

16 

23 
21 
15 


Col. Wm. H. Benjamin 


1 


1 

3 
1 


"3 


7 
17 
1? 


1 


6 


2, Devin 
2, Gregg 


1, Torbert 
2, Gregg 


Cav 

Pqv 


Col. Wm. Sackett 
Lt.-Col. M. Henry Avery 




7 
8 


1st Drag s 
6th Bat y- 


Res.; Merritt. 
1, Horse Art. . . 


1, Torbert. . . . 


Pqv 


Col. Alfred Gibbs 




9 




<; 




2, Gregg 


Cav 


Capt. Joseph W. Martin 
Total 








46 




1 


7 


3 


1 

10 


21 


79 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


7 


57 


16 


321 


214 


625 



1404. May 9th. Skirmish at Beaver Dam Station, Va. Gen. Sheridan s expedition 

to James River. 1st Dragoons. 

1405. May pth-ioth. Skirmish at Davenport Ford or Bridge, Va. Anderson s Ford; 

North Anna; Goodall s F"arm. Gen. Sheridan s expedition to 
James River. 2d, 6th, 8th and gth Cavalry; ist Dragoons; 6th 
Battery. 

1406. May loth. Actions at Alsop s and Laurel Hill, Va. Spotsylvania. Batteries 

D, E, H and L, 1st Artillery; 2d Battalion, 4th Artillery; 6th 
and I5th Artillery; 5th and 15th Batteries; ist Battalion Sharp 
shooters; loth, 40th, 42d, 44th, 59th, 76th, 82d, 83d, 84th, 86th, 
93d, 95th, 97th, iO4th, io6th, io8th, I24th, i4Oth, I46th, I47th and 
I52d Infantry. 

1407. May loth. Affair at Ny River, Va. Fredericksburg Road. Spotsylvania. I4th 

Artillery; 27th Battery; 79th and logth Infantry. 

1408. May loth. Engagement at Landron s Farm, Va. Scott or Shelton House. 

Spotsylvania. ist Battalion, 4th Artillery; ist and 3d Batteries; 
43d, 49th, 6sth, 7oth, 7ist, 72d, 73d, 74th, 77th and I2ist Infantry. 

1409. May loth. Skirmish near Paris and Salem, Va. Brock s Gap. 1st and 2ist 

Cavalry; ist Veteran Cavalry. 

1410. May loth. Skirmish at Lost" River Gap, W. Va. Romney. On raid from 

Moorefield to Cumberland. I5th Cavalry. 

1411. May loth. Skirmish at Bayou Rapides, La. Red River campaign. i8th Cav 

alry; i7Sth Infantry. 

I4I2 1 . May nth. Skirmish at Todd s Tavern, Va. Spotsylvania. 6ist Infantry. 
1413. May nth. Skirmish at Harrison Church, near Prince George Court House, 

Va. Operations against Petersburg and Richmond. Detachment 

Battery M, 3d Artillery, as Cavalry. 



228 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS. ETC. 

1864. 

1414. May nth. Skirmish at Ground Squirrel Bridge, or Church, Va. Gen. Sheri 

dan s expedition to James River. loth Cavalry. 

1415. May nth. Action at Yellow Tavern and Glen Allen Station, Va. Richmond 

and Fredericksburg R. R. Gen. Sheridan s expedition to James 
River. 2d, 6th, 8th, gth and loth Cavalry; 1st Dragoons; 6th 
Battery. 

1416. May nth-i2th. Skirmishes near Alexandria, La. Red River campaign. iSth 

Cavalry. 

1417. May I2th. Skirmish at Meadow Bridge, Va. 6th Cavalry. 

1418. May i2th. Skirmish at Moorefield, W. Va. ISth Cavalry. 

1419. May I2th. Skirmish at Ny River, Va. Spotsylvania. 24th Cavalry, dis 

mounted; ipth Battery; 5ist Infantry. 

1420. May I2th. Engagement at the Salient, Va., and supporting movements. Spot 

sylvania; East and West Angle; Bloody Angle. 24th Cavalry, 
dismounted; Batteries D, E, G, H and L, ist Artillery; 6th Ar 
tillery; ist, 3d and 5th Batteries; /th Veteran: loth, 39th, 4oth, 
42d, 43d, 49th, 52d, 59th, 6ist, 62d, 631:!, 64th, 65th, 66th, 
67th, 69th, 7oth, yist, 72d, 73d, 74th, 76th, 77th, 82d, 86th, 88th, 
93d, 97th, io6th, loSth, mth, I20th, I2ist, I22d, I24th, I25th, 
I26th, I40th, I47th and I52d Infantry. 

1421. May I2th. Action at Fortifications of Richmond, Va. Meadow Bridges; 

Mechanicsville; Strawberry Hill; Brook Church. Gen. Sheridan s 
expedition to James River. 2d, 6th, 8th, 9th and roth Cavalry; 
ist Dragoons and 6th Battery. 

1422. May I2th-i3th. Engagement at Proctor s Creek, Va. Kingsland or Palmer s 

Creek; Ware Bottom Church. Operations against Petersburg 
and Richmond. Battery E, 3d Artillery; 3d, 47th, 48th, Sist, 
89th, 96th, 98th, looth, H2th, nsth, iiSth, I39th and I48th In 
fantry. 

1423. May I3th. Skirmish at Mechanicsville, Va. 6th Cavalry. 

1424. May I3th. Skirmish at Luray Gap and Front Royal Va. 1st and ijth 

Cavalry. 

1425. May I3th. Skirmish at Mt. Jackson, Va. ist Veteran Cavalry, and detachment 

I5th Cavalry. 

1426. May I3th. Skirmish at White Oak Swamp, Va. Gen. Sheridan s expedition 

to James River. loth Cavalry. 

1427. May I3th. Affair on James Island, S. C. I03d Infantry. 

1428. May I3th-i4th. Skirmishes at Newmarket, Va. Edinburg. ist Cavalry, Maj. 

Quinn and Capt. Stevenson; 15th and 2ist Cavalry. 

1429. May I3th-i4th. Skirmishes near Choctaw Bayou, La. Marksville Plains. Red 

River campaign. I4th Cavalry; detachment 75th Infantry, 
mounted. 

1430. May I4th. Action at Chula Depot, Va. Swift Creek; Blacks and Whites. Gen. 

Kautz s raid on Petersburg and Lynchburg R. R. 3d Cavalry, 
Maj. Hall; one section 8th Battery, Lieut. Morton. 

1431. May I4tli. Engagement at Gayle s House, Va. Spotsylvania. I2ist, I40th 

and I46th Infantry. 

1432. May I4th-i5th. Battle of Resaca, Ga. Sugar Valley; Oostenaula; Atlanta 

campaign. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



229 



1864. 



OGRANIZA- 

TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


.- 

u 

; 
U 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


a 

(U ,- 

^ F 

Jl to 

s 

w 


1st Art.: 
Bat y I 
Bat y M 

i3th Bat y 

45th Inf.. 
60th Inf.. 




1, Williams . . . 


20 


Lieut Charles E. Winegar 
















Woodbury. . . . 
Wheeler 

3, Robinson. . . 
3 Ireland 


1, Williams. . . 
2, Geary 

1, Williams. . . 
2, Geary 


20 

- () 

20 

n 


Capt. J. D. Woodbury (c), Lieut. E. 
P. Newkirk 








2 






2 


Capt. Wm. Wheeler (c), Lieut Henry 
Bundy 














Col. Adolphus Dobke 
















Col. Abel Godard 








? 






2 
I 
14 
7 
21 
10 
11 

82 

6 
91 
13 
30 
10 
4 


78th Inf. . 


3, Ireland 


2, Geary 


- ii 


Lt.-Col. Harvey S. Chatfield 








1 






102d Inf.. 
]07th Inf. . 


3, Ireland 
2, Ruger 


2, Geary 
1, Williams. . . 


. () 
- n 


Col. James C. Lane 
Col. Nirom M. Crane 




3 


1 
1 

1 
1 

4 

1 


11 
6 
18 
8 
10 

64 






119th Inf.. 


2, Bushbeck. . . 


2, Geary 


"ii 


Col. John T. Lockman 


1 






1 


123d Inf.. 
134th Inf 


1, Knipe 


1, Williams. . . 


"(i 


Col. Archibald L. McDougall 




1 


2 Bushbeck 




20 

20 

20 
20 


Lt -Col. Allan H Jackson . 








136th Inf. . 
137th Inf. . 

141st Inf.. 
143d Inf. . 


3, Wood, Jr... 
3, Ireland 


3, Butterfield.. 
2, Geary 
1 Williams 


Col. James Wood, Jr. (c), Lt.-Col. L. 
B. Faulkner 




13 




1 


Col. D. Ireland (c, w). Lt.-Col. K. S. 
Van Voorhees 




Col Wm K Logie 


1 


13 
1 


4 


70 
12 




3 


3, Robinson. . . 


1, Williams. . . 


20 


Col. Horace Boughton 


149th Inf. . 
150th Inf.. 
154th Inf.. 


3, Ireland 
2 Ruger 


2, Geary 
1, Williams. . . 
2, Geary 


2D 

2!) 

20 


Lt.-Col. Charles B. Randall 
Col John H Ketcham 






"i 


30 
g 






2, Bushbeck. . . 


Lt -Col. Daniel B. Allen 








4 






Total 








252 






2 


31 


14 




i 


304 





1433. May I4th-i6th. Battle of Drewry s Bluff, Va. Fort Darling; Walthall Junc 

tion. Operations against Petersburg and Richmond, Va. ist 
Mounted Rifles; Battery E, 3d Artillery; 7th and 33d Battery; 
3d, 47th, 48th, 8ist, 8gth, 926, g6th, gSth, looth, H2th, usth, ii7th, 
n8th, i3Qth, I42d, I48th and i6gth Infantry. 

1434. May I4th. Skirmish at Wilson s Landing, La. Red River campaign. I4th 

Cavalry and detachment 75th Infantry, mounted. 

1435. May I5th. Engagement at New Market, Va. i5th and 2ist Cavalry; ist 

Veteran Cavalry; 3oth and 3ist Batteries. 

1436. May I5th. Skirmish at Burnt Bridge, Va. Mt. Jackson; Rood s Hill. ist 

Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Adams. 

1437. May I5th. Skirmish at Massaponax Church, Spotsylvania, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

1438. May 1 5th. Skirmish at Avoyelle Prairie, La. Near Fort De Russy. Red 

River campaign. I4th and i8th Cavalry; a6th Battery; detach 
ment 75th Infantry, mounted. 

1439. May i6th. Skirmish at New Market, Va. 6th Cavalry. 

1440. May i6th. Engagement at Mansura, La. Marksville, near Alexandria. Red 

River campaign. I4th and i8th Cavalry; 2d Veteran Cavalry; 
25th and 26th Batteries; detachment 75th Infantry, mounted; goth 
Infantry, three companies; H4th, n6th, I28th, I33d, I53d, I56th, 
I59th, i6oth, i6ist, x62d, i6sth, I73d, I75th, I76th and I78th 
Infantry. 

1441. May i6th. Action at Belcher s Mills, Va. Gen. Kautz s raid on Petersburg 

and Lynchburg R. R. Operations against Petersburg and Rich 
mond. 3d Cavalry, Majs. Jacobs, Jr., and Hall; one section 8th 
Battery, Lieut. Morton. 

1442. May i6th. Skirmish at Ny River, Va. Spotsylvania. 5th Cavalry. 

1443. May i7th. Skirmish at Jones Bridge, Va. Gen. Sheridan s expedition to 

James River. 6th and gth Cavalry. 

1444. May I7th. Skirmish at Warebottom Church, Va. Scott s Mills. Operations 

against Petersburg and Richmond, ist Mounted Rifles. 



230 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

1864. 

1445. May i/th. Skirmish at Calhoun, Ga. Atlanta campaign. I02d Infantry. 

1446. May ijth-iSth. Skirmishes at Moreauville and near Bayou de Glaze, La. 

Snaggy Point; Yellow Bayou. Red River campaign. iSth 
Cavalry; 2d Veteran Cavalry; i6th Infantry. 

1447. May I7th-i8th. Skirmishes at Po River, Va. Spotsylvania. 5th Cavalry. 

1448. May iSth. Skirmish at Simsport, La. Calhoun Station. Red River campaign. 

2d Veteran Cavalry. 

1449. May iSth. Skirmish at Haxall s Landing, Va. Gen. Sheridan s expedition to 

James River. loth Cavalry; 6th Battery. 

1450. May iSth. Skirmish at Jackson Bridge, near Barrancas, Fla. Company M, 

1 4th Cavalry. 

1451. May iSth. Skirmish at New Market, Va. 1st Veteran Cavalry. 

1452. May i8th. Skirmish at Spring Hill, Va. Operations against Petersburg and 

Richmond. Detachment Battery M, 3d Artillery, as cavalry. 

1453. May i8th. Engagement about Landron House, Va. Operations from the 

Salient. Spotsylvania. 24th Cavalry and 2d Mounted Rifles, dis 
mounted; Batteries B, C, D, E, G, H and L, ist Artillery; nth, 
I2th, igth and 34th Batteries; 7th Veteran, loth, 39th, 42d, Sist, 
52d, 59th, 6ist, 63d, 64th, 66th, 6gth, 82d, 88th, loSth, inth, I25th, 
I26th, I52d, I55th, i64th, I7oth and i82d Infantry. 

1454. May i8th. Skirmish at New River, La. nth Cavalry. 

1455. May i8th-26th. Engagements at Bermuda Hundred, Va. Includes Foster s 

Plantation, May iSth, and Ware Bottom Church, May 20th. 
Operations against Petersburg and Richmond. ist Mounted 
Rifles; Batteries E and K, 3d Artillery; 7th and 33d Batteries; 
detachment 1st Engineers; 3d, 47th, 48th, 8ist, 89th, Q2d, 96th, 
98th, looth, ii2th, nsth, H7th, n8th, I39th, I42d, I48th and i6gth 
Infantry. 

1456. May igth. Skirmish at White House Landing, Va. Gen. Sheridan s expedition 

to James River, roth Cavalry. 

1457. May igth. Skirmish at Simsport, La. Red River campaign. ij6th and I78th 

Infantry. 

1458. May igth. Engagement at the Harris House, Va. Fredericksburg Road; the 

Pines; Spotsylvania. Batteries C, E and L, 1st Artillery; 2d 
Artillery; Companies D, H and K, 4th Artillery; 6th, 7th, 8th 
and I5th Artillery; I5th Battery and 93d Infantry. 

1459. May igth-20th. Skirmishes near Cassville, Ga. Two River Creek. Atlanta 

campaign. I02d, I07th, I23d, I36th and I5oth Infantry. 

1460. May 20th. Skirmish at Downer s Bridge, Va. Spotsylvania. 5th Cavalry. 

1461. May 2ist. Actions at Milford and Guinea Station, Va. Mattapony River; 

Bowling Green; Spotsylvania. 4th, 5th and 22d Cavalry; 24th 
Cavalry, dismounted; 2d and 7th Artillery. 

1462. May 2ist. Skirmish at Fort Powhattan, Va. Operations against Petersburg 

and Richmond. Battery M, 3d Artillery. 

1463. May 2ist. Skirmish at Newtown, Va. 2ist Cavalry. 

1464. May 22d. Skirmish at Front Royal, Va. I5th Cavalry. 

1465. May 22d-26th. The battle of North Anna, Va. Includes all the engagements 

incident to the operations along the line of the North Anna 
River, especially Mt. Carmel Church and Jericho Mills or Ford 
(5th Corps), and North Anna Railroad Bridge or Taylor s Bridge 
(ist and 3d Brigade, 3d Division, 2d Corps), on the 23d; Quaker s 
Ford, Chesterfield Bridge, Oxford (ist Division, gth Corps: 3d 
Division, 5th Corps); North Anna River (2d Brigade, 1st Divi- 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



231 



1864. 

sion, 2d Corps, and 2cl Division, gth Corps), on the 24th. The 
loss is included in the table of losses at Totopotomoy. 4th, 5th 
and 22d Cavalry; 24th Cavalry and 2d Mounted Rifles, dis 
mounted; Oneida Company Cavalry; Batteries B, C, D, E, G, H 
and L, ist Artillery; 2d, 4th, 6th, 7th, 8th, i4th and I5th Artil 
lery; ist, 3d, nth, i2th, isth, igth and 34th Batteries; soth En 
gineers; ist Battalion Sharpshooters; detachment 7th Veteran, 
loth, I2th, 39th, 4Oth, 42d, 43d, 44th, detachment 46th, 49th, 5ist, 
52d, sgth, 6ist, 62d, 63d, 64th, 6sth, 66th, 67th, 69th, 7oth, 7ist, 
72d, 73d, 74th, 76th, 77th, Soth, 82d, 83d, 86th, 88th, 93d, 95th, 
97th, I04th, io6th, io8th, logth, nith, I20th, I2ist, I22d, I24th, 
i25th, i26th, I40th, I46th, I47th, I5ist, I52d, I55th, i64th, I7oth, 
i82d Infantry. 

1466. May 23d. Skirmish at James Island, S. C. Detachment 4ist and iO3d Infan 

try, Maj. Joseph Morrison and Capts. J. E. Quentin and W. 
Redlich. 

1467. May 23d. Skirmish at Pole Cat Station, Va. Gen. Sheridan s expedition to 

James River. 2d Cavalry. 

1468. May 23d-24th. Engagement at Morganza, La. Atchafalaya. I4th Cavalry, 

Maj. Bassford; i8th Cavalry; detachment 75th Infantry, 
mounted; I59th and I75th Infantry. 

1469. May 24th. Skirmish at Wilson s Wharf, James River, Va. Operations against 

Petersburg and Richmond. Detachment Battery M, 3d Artillery, 
as cavalry. 

1470. May 25th. Skirmish at Mt. Carmel Church, Va. North Anna. 5th Cavalry. 

1471. May 25th. Affair at Jackson s Bridge near Pensacola, Fla. Detachment Com 

pany M, I4th Cavalry. 

1472. May 25th-26th. Skirmishes at New Market, Va. Newtown. ist Cavalry, Maj. 

Quinn; 15th Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Root; 2ist Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Fitz- 
simmons. 

1473. May 25th-June 4th. The Battle of Dallas, Ga. New Hope Church; Pumpkin 

Vine Creek, near Owen s Mills. Atlanta Campaign. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


_ 


U 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


WVd. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


| Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


ist Art.: 
Bat y I. 
Bat y M 

13th Bat y 

45th Inf. . 
60th Inf.. 
78th Inf 


Woodbury. . . . 
Woodbury. . . . 

Wheeler 

3, Robinson. . . 
3, Cobham. . . . 


1, Williams. . . 
1, Williams. . . 

2, Geary 

1, Williams. . . 
2, Geary 
2 Geary . 


20 

-. 

3D 

20 
20 

20 
20 
20 
20 

20 
70 

31 


Lieut Charles E. Winegar 










2 
1 
3 


Capt. J. D. Woodbury (c), Lieut. E. 
P Newkirk 








1 






Capt. Wm. Wheeler (c), Lieut Henry 








8 




















Col Abel Godard 




5 
1 

3 

26 


2 
1 
1 

E 


23 
14 
16 
133 

6 




1 


31 
Iti 
23 
165 

6 

23 
5 

8 
11 


Lt.-Col. Harvey S. Chatfield 




102d Inf.. 
107th Inf.. 
119th Inf.. 

123d Inf.. 

134th Inf.. 
136th Inf.. 

137th Inf. . 


3, Cobham 
2, Ruger 
2, Lockman. . . 

1, Knipe 

2, Lockman. . . 
3, Wood, Jr. . . 

3, Cobham. . , 


2, Geary 
1, Williams. . . 
2, Geary 

1, Williams. . . 

2, Geary 
3, Butterfield. . 

2. Geary. . . 


Col. James C. Lane 
Col. Nirom M. Crane 
Col. J. T. Lockman (c), Capt. C. H. 
Odell Capt C H Southworth 


"i 




3 






Col. A. L. McDougall (w), Lt.-Col. J. 
C Rogers 




1 


2 


20 
5 

8 






Lt.-Col. Allan H. Jackson 
Col. Jas. Wood, jr. (c), Lt.-Col. L. B. 








Lt.-Col. Koert S. Van Vorhees 






1 


10 







232 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


: 
O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


o 


141st Inf.. 
143d Inf.. 
149th Inf. . 
150th Inf. . 
154th Inf.. 


1, Knipe 
3, Robinson. . . 
3, Cobham. . . . 
3, Ruger 
2, Lockman. . . 


1, Williams . . . 
1, Williams. . . 
2, Geary 
1, Williams. . . 
2, Geary 


20 
20 
.0 
21) 
20 


Col. Wm. K. Logie 
Col. Horace Boughton 
Lt.-Col. Charles B. Randall (w) 
Col. John H. Ketcham 
Maj. Lewis D. Warner 

Total 




6 
1 
5 
6 


3 

1 

3 

1 
2 


16 
14 

37 

10 






25 
18 
45 
29 
18 




2 








6 


1 


54 


22 


340 




12 


429 





1474. May 26th. Skirmish at Little River, Va. North Anna. 5th Cavalry. 

1475. May 26th. Skirmish near Decatur, Ala. I7th Veteran Infantry. 

1476. May 26th. Skirmish near Morganza, La. i8th Cavalry. 

1477. May 27th. Skirmishes at Hillsboro and Courtland, Ala. I7th Veteran Infantry. 

1478. May 27th. Skirmish at Woodstock, Va. i5th Cavalry. 

1479. May 27th~3ist. The battle of the Totopotomoy, Va. Includes all the en 

gagements along the Totopotomoy Creek and Pamunkey River, 
especially at Dabney s Ferry or Pamunkey River, May 27th-2Sth; 
Crump s Creek, and near Totopotomoy, May 28th; Swift Creek, 
Hanover Court House, Shady Grove Road and Totopotomoy 
Creek, May 2gth; Totopotomoy Creek and Bethesda Church, 
May 30th-3ist; and also Bethesda Church, June 1st (5th Corps). 
The Cavalry engagements are given separately, but the loss of 
the 1st and 2d Cavalry Divisions, May 3ist to June 6th, is in 
cluded in that of Cold Harbor. Brigades and Divisions are given 
as they stood May 3ist. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


c, 

I* 

O 

o 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


o 

0! 
DO 
O 

fi> 
bo 
< 

8 
"24 

14 

2 

15 
42 
5 
4 
2 

15 


Officers. 


: 1 Enlisted 
: io 1 men. 


co >- to 1 Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


: : : : (officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


2d Cav.. 
4th Cav. . 
5th Cav. . 
6th Cav. . 

8th Cav. . 
9th Cav. . 
10th Cav. . 
22d Cav. . 


1, Mclntosh. . . 
2, Devin 
1, Mclntosh. . . 
2, Devin 

2, Chapman. . . 
2, Devin 
I, Davies, Jr. . 


3, Wilson 
1, Torbert. . . . 
3, Wilson 
1, Torbert. . . . 

3, Wilson 
1, Torbert. . . . 
2, Gregg 


Cav 
Cav 
Cav 
Cav 

Cav 
Cav 
Cav 


Col. Otto Harhaus 




1 

"ii 

2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 


Lt.-Col. Wm. R. Parnell 
Lt.-Col. John Hammond 




Col. T. C. Devin (c), Lt.-Col. W. H. 
Crocker 




3 


Lt.-Col. Wm. H. Benjamin 




Col. Wm. Sackett 
Lt.-Col. M. Henry Avery 




2 
13 


"2 


12 

25 
3 




Unattached 




24th Cav. . 
1st Drag . 
2dMoun d 
Rifles.. . 

OneidaCav 

1st Art.: 
Bat y B. . 
Bat y C. . 
Bat y D.. 
Bat y E. . 

Bat y G. . 
Bat y H.. 
Bat y L. . 

2d Art.. 


Prov.; Marsh ll 
Res.; Merritt. 

Prov.; Marsh ll 


1, Crittenden. . 
1, Torbert. . . . 


9 

Tav 


Dismounted; Col. W. C. Raulston. . 
Col. Alfred Gibbs 




1 


1 


1 






1, Crittenden. . 


9 


Dismounted; Col. John Fisk, Lt.- 
Col T. N. Raymond 




1 


1 


9 




4 


Headquarters Army Potomac: 
Caot. D. P. Mann 




Wainwright . . . 




5 
5 
5 
5 

2 
5 
5 
2 


Capt. Albert S Sheldon 






1 


2 
1 






3 
1 
5 

1 

2 
3 

4 
91 


Wainwright . . . 




Lieut Wm H Phillips 










Wainwright. . . 












<i 






Wainwright . . . 
Tidball 




With Bat y L, 1st Art.; Capt. Henry 
W. Davis (w), Lieut. Angel 
Matthewson 






1 








Capt. Nelson Ames .... 






1 


1 
3 






Wainwright. . . 




Capt. Charles E. Mink 










Wainwright . . . 


4, Tyier. . 


Lieut. George Breck . . 






1 

3 


2 
74 




1 
7 


Col. J. N. G. Whistler... 




7 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



2 33 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


c. 

o 

o 

6 
6 
2 
5 

? 


Commanding Officers. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


E 

a 

O 

e 

c 


a 
Sc 

W D 

^ E 
W 


e 

c 


e 

c 


a 
2c 

tn v 

?G 

W 


4th Art.: 
1st Bat n. 
2d Bat n. 
3d Bat n. 
flth Art . . 

7th Art 






Maj. Thomas D. Sears ] 








R 


6 

17 
16 


14 

133 
135 
2 

12 

68 






Maj. Wm. Arthur, Jr [ 


Tidball 




Lt.-Col. Thomas R. Allcock J 




17 

22 
1 


1 

2 


98 
95 
1 








Col. J. H. Kitching (c), Maj. A. A. 
Crookston 




4, Tyler. . 


Col. Lewis O. Morris 




8th Art 




4 Tyler 


? 


Col. Peter A. Porter 




14th Art . . 

15th Art.: 
lst&3dB n. 

2d Bat n. 

1st Bat y 
3d Bat y 
6th Bat y 
llth Bat y 
12th Bat y 
15th Bat y 
19th Bat y 
34th Baty. 
50th Eng. 
1st Bat n 
Shaps s. 
7th Vet. 
Inf.... 
10th Inf.. 

12th Inf 


Prov.; Marsh 11 
Kitching 


1, Crittenden. . 


9 
5 


Col. E. G. Marshall (c), Lt.-Col. C. 
H. Corning 




4 




R 






Col. Louis Schirmer 
Artillery Park, A. P.; Maj. J. Dieck- 
man 




5 


2 


57 




4 






6 
6 


Capt Andrew Cowan 




















Capt. Wm. A. Harn 
















1 Horse Art 




Cav 




Capt. Joseph W. Martin 








6 






6 
1 
4 
5 
1 


Tidball 




Capt John E Burton 












1 


Tidball. 




2 
5 
9 
9 


Capt. George F. McKnight 
Capt. Patrick Hart 




1 




3 

"i 






2, Potter 
3 Willcox 


Capt. Edward W. Rogers 








1 








Capt. Jacob Roemer 




















Lt.-Col. Ira Spaulding, and Majs. 
Brainerd, Ford and Beers 
















I, Robinson. . . 

3, MacDougall. 
3, Smyth 


4, Cutler 

I, Barlow 
2, Gibbon 


5 

2 
2 

5 


Capt. Alfred Parry 
With the 52d N. Y. Vols 




1 


1 


6 




1 


9 


Capt. Jos. La Fuira, Lt.-Col. Geo. 
F. Hopper 




1 




1 






2 


Provost Guard, Maj. H. W. Ryder. 














39th Inf.. 
40th Inf.. 

42d Inf 


3, MacDougall. 
1, Egan 


1, Barlow 
3, Birney 


2 

2 

2 
6 
6 
5 

6 
9 

2 

2 
2 
fi 


Maj. Joseph Hyde, 125th N. Y. Vols. 
Col. T. W. Egan (c), Lt.-Col. A. J. 
Warner 








6 




1 
21 


7 
49 




4 




?4 




Lieut. John Maguire 












43d Inf.. 
44th Inf. . 


3, Bidwell .... 
3, Bartlett . . . 


2, Neill. . . 


Capt. James D. Visscher 
















1, Griffin 


Capt. Campbell Allen 




1 
1 


2 


7 
? 




1 


10 
4 


46th Inf. . 


2, Hoffman . . . 


4, Cutler 


Detachment with 36th Mass. Vols.; 
regiment joined May 30th, 1864; 
Lt -Col. Travers 




49th Inf. . 


3, Bidwell. . . . 


2, Neill 


Col. D. D. Bidwell (c). Lt.-Col. G. 
W. Johnson 












51st Inf. . 




2, Potter 


Acting engineers, Capt. G. W. Whit 
man 








1 






1 
7 
32 
3 
4 
12 
4 


52d Inf.. 
59th Inf.. 
61st Inf 


3, MacDougall. 
1, McKeen 
1 Miles 


1, Barlow 
2, Gibbon 


Capt. George Degener 
Lt -Col H P Rugg 




" 5 


2 


6 

25 
? 




1 


Lt.-Col. K. Oscar Broady 


1 


62d Inf 


1, Wheaton . 


2, Neill 


Col. David J. Nevin 




?, 




?, 






63d Inf 






2 
2 
6 
2 

6 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
5 
6 


Capt. John H. Gleason 




2 




8 




2 


64th Inf 




1, Barlow 


Maj. Wm. Glenny 






2 


2 




65th Inf 




1 Russell 


Col Joseph E. Hamblin 










66th Inf 


4 Brooke 




Lt.-Col. J. S. Hammell, Col. O. H. 




1 




? 




3 


6 


67th Inf.. 


4, Cross 


1 , Russell 


Col. Nelson Cross (c), Lt.-Col. H. 












69th Inf. . 
70th Inf. . 
71st Inf.. 
72d Inf.. 
73d Inf.. 

74th Inf.. 
76th Inf 


2, Byrnes 
4, Brewster. . . 
4, Brewster. . . 
4, Brewster. . . 
4, Brewster. . . 

4, Brewster . . . 
2 Hoffman 


1, Barlow 
3, Birney 
3, Birney 
3, Birney 
3, Birney 

3, Birney 
4 Cutler 


Capt James E McGee 




1 




? 




3 


6 
10 
14 
11 

14 
12 

12 


Maj Wm H Hugo 




2 




8 




Lt -Col Thomas Rafferty 




T 




R 




3 


Lt -Col John Leonard 




1 




10 




Col. Wm. R. Brewster (c), Lt.-Col. 
M W Burns 




1 


1 
1 


12 
6 
9 












5 
3 


Capt James L. Goddard 






77th Inf 


3 Bidwell 


2 Neill 


Lt -Col Winsor B French 












80th Inf. . 






Provost Guard, A. P.; Col. Theo. 
P Gates 
















82d Inf.. 
83d Inf 


1, McKeen 
3 Bates 


2, Gibbon 


2 
5 
2 

2 

2 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
2 
9 


Battalion, Lieut. Thomas Huggins. 
Lt -Col Wm Chalmers 






1 


3 
4 






4 

5 

14 

10 
37 
3 
8 
6 
3 
4 
5 
7 




1 






86th Inf.. 
88th Inf.. 

93d Inf.. 
94th Inf.. 
95th Inf.. 
97th Inf. . 
104th Inf.. 
106th Inf.. 
108th Inf 


1, Egan 
2, Byrnes 

2, Walker . . 
1, Lyle 
2, Hoffman. . . 
3, Bates 
4, Lyle 
1, Truax 

3 Smvth 


3. Birney 
1, Barlow 

3, Birney 
2, Lockwood . . 
4, Cutler 
3, Crawford . . . 
4, Cutler 
3, Ricketts 
2 Gibbon 


Maj. M. B. Stafford, Lt.-Col. J. H. 






1 


10 
10 




3 


Capt. Denis F. Burke, Col. Patrick 
Kelly 






Lt -Col B C Butler 




6 
1 


2 


25 
? 




4 


Lt -Col Samuel A Moffett 


Col Edward Pye 




1 




6 




1 


Col Charles Wheeiock 








fi 




Col. Gilbert G. Prey 
Lt -Col Charles Townsend 




1 




1 
4 




1 










5 






109th Inf.. 1. Hartranft. . 


3. Willcox. . 


Lt.-Col. Isaac S. Catlin. . . 


1 


1 




5 







234 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


a 



O 


Commanding Officers. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 1 <j 
men. ! . 


Wn d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


lllth Inf.. 

120th Inf. . 
121st Inf.. 

122d Inf.. 
124th Inf. . 
125th Inf. . 
126th Inf. . 
140th Inf 


3, MacDougall. 

4, Brewster. . . 
2, Upton 

4, Cross 
1, Egan 
3, MacDougall. 
3, MacDougall . 


1, Barlow 


2 

2 

6 

6 
2 
2 
2 
5 
5 
5 
6 
? 


Col. Clinton D. MacDougall (c), 
Capt. Lewis W. Husk 




4 
4 


1 

4 


8 
19 




M 
1 


20 
28 


3, Birney 
1, Russell 

1, Russell 
3, Birney 
1, Barlow 






Col. Emory Upton (c), Capt. John 
D. P. Douw 


Lt.-Col. Augustus \V. Dwight 
















Maj. Henry S. Murray 
3ol. Levin Crandell 
Lt.-Col. W. H. Baird 


1 


1 

5 
o 


2 


7 
4 
4 


1 


6 


16 
11 
6 
9 
10 
20 
8 
16 
4 

1 

99 
40 

1245 






1 Griffin 


Lt.-Col. E. S. Otis 













7 


146th Inf. . 
147th Inf.. 
151st Inf.. 
152d Inf 


, Ayres 
, Hoffman . . . 
, Truax 


1, Griffin 
4, Cutler 
3, Ricketts 
2 Gibbon 


Dapt. James G. Grindlay 
Lt.-Col. George Harney 




1 

3 




9 
17 




Lt.-Col. Thomas M. Fay 




? 




fi 






Maj. T. O Brien 




2 


1 


13 
? 






155th Inf. . 
164th Inf.. 

170th Inf. . 
182d Inf 


4, Mclvor 
4, Mclvor 

4, Mclvor 
4 Mclvor. . . 


2 Gibbon 


2 


Capt Michael Doran 






2 


2, Gibbon 
2, Gibbon 
2, Gibbon 


2 
2 
2 


Maj. John Beattie, Col. Jas. P. Mc- 
Mahon 








1 




Col. Jas. P. Mclvor (c), Capt. Chas. 


3 


19 

6 

165 


3 
1 

47 


52 

27 

844 


1 
17 


22 
6 

182 
644 


Lt.-Col. Thomas M. Reid 








Total loss from May 21st to 
May 31st 1864 


6 


Total loss of Union forces en 
gaged, same period 


41 


550 


159 


2575 


986 



1480. May 27th. 



1481. May 28th. 



1482. May 

1483. May 



1484. May 

1485. May 

1486. May 

1487. May 

1488. May 



1489. May 3ist. 



1490. May 

1491. May 

1492. May 



Action at Hanoverton, Va. Pamunkey River; Crump s Creek; 
Totopotomoy. 4th, 6th, 9th and loth Cavalry; ist Dragoons; 6th 
Battery. 

Engagement at Haw s Shop, Va. Salem and Aenon Church; Toto 
potomoy. loth Cavalry; 6th Battery. 

2Sth-29th. Skirmish at Newtown, Va. 15th and 2ist Cavalry. 
29th. Skirmish between White House, Va. and position of Army of the 
James, while laying the army telegraph to City Point. Detach 
ment i6th Artillery. 

Skirmish at Newtown, Va. Detachment ist Veteran Cavalry, Capt. 
R. H. Brett. 

Action near Old Church, Va. Matadequin Creek; Totopotomoy. 
4th, 6th and 9th Cavalry and ist Dragoons. 

Engagement at Crump s Creek, Va. Totopotomoy. 
Cavalry. 

Skirmish at the Atchafalaya, La. I75th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Bayou Fordice, La. Atchafalaya River. 
Cavalry, Col. Chrysler. 

Skirmish at Hanover Court House, Va. Mechamp s Creek; Dr. 
Price s House; Totopotomoy. 2d and 8th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Woodstock, Va. ist Cavalry; ist Veteran Cavalry. 

Skirmish at White House, Va. I48th Infantry. 

3ist-June I2th. The Battle of Cold Harbor, Va. Loss of ist and 2d Cav 
alry Divisions from May 3ist to June 6th included. The loss of 
the Artillery, Infantry and the 3d Cavalry Division up to June 
i5th included. Brigades and Divisions are given as they stood 
June I5th. 



30th. 

30th. 
30th. 

30th. 
3ist. 



2d and 8th 



2d Veteran 



3ist. 
3ist. 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



2 35 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


t- 
o 
o 


Commanding officers. 


Killed. 


W n d 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


| Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


lc 

73 CJ 

|E 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


2d Cav. . 


1, Mclntosh . . . 


3, W ilson 


Cav 


Col. Otto Harhaus 












1 


4th Cav. . 


2, Devin 


1, Torbert. . . . 


Tav 


Lt.-Col. Wm. R. Parnell 














5th Cav. . 


1, Mclntosh. . . 


3, Wilson 


Cav 


Lt.-Col. John Hammond 








I 




4 
2 
2 


14 
8 
33 


6th Cav 


2 Devin 


1, Torbert . . . . 


Cav 
Cav 

Cav 

CRV 


Col. T. C. Devin (c). Lt.-Col. W. H 
Crocker 













8th Cav. . 
9th Cav 


2, Chapman. . . 
2 Devin. . 


3, Wilson 
1, Torbert. . . . 


Col. W. H. Benjamin (w), Maj. E 
M. Pope 




1 


, 


">8 




Col. Wm. Sackett . . 












10th Cav. . 


1, Davies, Jr. . 


2, Gregg 


Lt.-Col. M. H. Avery 














2 
35 

84 
35 

64 


22d Cav.. 
24th Cav. . 
1st Drag. . 
2dMount d 
Rifles.. . 




3, Wilson 


Tav 






t 
t 
8 


- 


24 
37 

90 


1 


6 

42 
1 

16 


2, Christ 
Res.; Merritt. . 

1, Curtin 


3, Willcox. . . . 
1, Torbert. . . . 

2, Potter 


c 
Cav 

9 


Dismounted, Col. Wm. C. Raulston 
Col. Alfred Gibbs 




Dismounted, Col. John Fisk, Lt.- 
Col. J. N. Raymond 


1 


10 


1 


35 


1 


Oneida C. 
1st Art.:.. 
Bat yB.. 

Bat yC.. 
Bat y D.. 
Bat yE.. 

Bat y G. . 






At headquarters A. P., Capt. D. P. 
Mann 


Wainwright 




5 

5 
5 
5 

?, 


Capt. A. S. Sheldon (w), 1st Lt. R. 
E. Rogers 






1 








1 


Wainwright. . . 




Capt. Almont Barnes 




















1 


i 




. 






6 
1 


Wainwright . . 




With Bat y L, 1st Art., Lt. A. 
Matthewson 












1 


Tidball 




Capt. Nelson Ames 












Bat y H.. 
Bat y L. . 
2d Art. . . 


Wainwright. . . 




5 
5 

? 


Capt. Charles E Mink 
















Wainwright. . . 
1, Miles 


1, Barlow 


Lieut. George Breck 
















Col. Joseph N. G. Whistler 


1 


2C 

? 


4 
1 


170 
16 

14 


1 


19 


215 
20 

16 

418 

505 
148 


4th Art. . . 


Tidball 




2 

5 

2 
2 

6 
fi 


Lt.-Col. Thomas R. Allcock. 


6th Art. . . 
7th Art . . . 


3, Kitching. . . 
4, Brooks 


2, Lockwood . . 
1, Barlow 


Col. J. H. Kitching (c). Maj. A. A. 
Crookston 








Col. L. O. Morris (c, k), Lt.-Col. J. 
Hastings 


4 

7 


41 

73 
16 




ir 


250 

323 
121 


2 

1 

1 


112 
85 


8th Art. . . 


4, Tyler 


2, Gibbon 


Col. P. A. Porter (k), Lt.-Col. W. 
W. Bates 


9th Ar. ,1st 
&3d Bat. 
2d Bat n. 
10th Art . . 


2, Smith 
Tompkins. . . . 


3, Ricketts. .. . 


Lt.-Col. Edward P. Taft 


Maj. James W. Snyder 




2, Drake 


3, Devens, Jr. . 


18 

9 

5 


Zol. Alexander Piper (c), Lt.-Col. 
George DePeyster Arden 




? 




7 






9 

119 
3 


14th Art . . 
15th Art., 
1st & 3d 
Bat n. . 
2d Bat n. 

1st Bat y. 
3d Bat y. . 
6th Bat y. 
llth Bat y. 
12th Bat y. 
15th Bat y. 
19th Bat y. 
34th Bat y. 
50th Eng 


3, Marshall .... 
3, Kitching. . . 


1, Crittenden. . 
2, Lockwood. . 


Col. Elisha G. Marshall (c), Lt.-Col. 
Clarence H. Corning (w), Maj. 
Wm. H. Reynolds 


2 


13 


a 


4C 


2 


59 


Col. Louis Schirmer 
Artillery Park A. P., Maj. J. Dieck- 
man 


Tompkins .... 




6 
6 
Cav 
?, 


Capt. Andrew Cowan 






i 


1 

1 






2 
3 


Tompkins . . . 




Capt William A Harn 




2 






1. Horse Art . . 




Capt. Joseph W Martin... 














Tidball 




Capt. John E. Burton 




1 




T 






4 
1 
2 
2 
2 

3 
6 

87 


Tidball 
Wainwright . . . 




2 
5 
9 
9 


Capt. George F. McKnight 
Capt. Patrick Hart . . 




i 




1 

1 








2, Potter 


Capt. Edward W. Rogers 








2 








3, Willcox .... 


Capt. Jacob Roemer 








9 












Lt.-Col. Ira Spaulding, Majs. Brain- 
erd, Ford and Beers 








T 






1st Sh rps . 
3d Inf. ... 
5th V. Inf. 

7th V. Inf. 
10th Inf.. . 


1, Robinson. . . 
3, Ames 


4, Cutler 
3, Devens, Jr. . 
1 Griffin 


5 

18 
5 

2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
6 
5 
9 
18 

18 

6 
9 

2 
2 

2 


3apt. Alfred Parry 
Capt. Alexander A. Mann 
Lt.-Col. C. Winslow (w), Capt. G. 
L. Guthrie . . 


. 


i 

6 


i 

3 


5 
4 

48 




29 


3, MacDougall . 
3, Smyth 


1, Barlow 


With the 52d Infantry . . . . 


2, Gibbon . . . 






6 

1 

3 


l 
i 


19 
4 

3 






26 
8 

8 
25 
12 
23 
22 

40 

93 
11 

17 
8 
36 
22 


39th Inf . 
40th Inf.. 

42d Inf. . 


3, MacDougall. 
1, Egan 

1, McKeen.. 


, Barlow 
3, Birney 

2, Gibbon. . 


Maj. Joseph Hyde, 125th Infantry. 
Col. T. W. Egan (c), Lt.-Col. A. J. 
Warner 




2 

2 
2 






4 

1 
4 

2 

8 

11 

3 
3 


2 
1 
2 

i 


17 
10 
17 
13 

29 

63 

7 
8 




43d Inf. . 
44th Inf. . 
46th Inf. . 


3, Bidwell 
3, Bartlett. . . . 
2, Christ 


2, Neill 
, Griffin 
3. Wilcox 


Lt.-Col James D Visscher . . 




Capt Campbell Allen 






6 
3 

14 

1 

6 
3 

3 




1 
1 


47th Inf.. 
48th Inf. . 

49th Inf. . 
51st Inf. . 

62d Inf. . 
59th Inf.. 


1, Barton 
1, Barton 

3, Bidwell 

3, MacDougall. 
1. McKeen. . . 


3, Devens, Jr. . 
3, Devens, Jr. . 

2, Neill 
2, Potter 

1, Barlow 
2, Gibbon. . 


Lt.-Col. Christopher R. Macdon- 
ald (c), Capt. Charles A. Moore. 
Col. Wm. B. Barton (c, w), Lt.-Col. 
Wm. B. Coan (w), Capt. Jas. M. 
Nichols 


Col. D. D. Bidwell (c), Lt.-Col. G. 
W. Johnson 


Acting as Engineers, Capt. G. W. 
Whitman 


Capt. Henry P. Ritzius 


i 


9 
1 


a 
i 


5 
24 
16 




Lt -Col Horace P Rupg 


61st Inf. . 


1, Miles 


1, Barlow 


Lt.-Col. K. Oscar Broady 



236 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


c 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed 


W n d 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
toM*. men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


I 

& 

C 


o 


62d Inf 


1 Wheaton 


2, Neill. 


( 


Maj. Wilson Hubbell (k), Col. D. J 
Nevin 


1 




22 

in 




4 

5 


10 
29 
12 
19 

44 
20 
41 


63d Inf. . 
64th Inf. . 


2, Byrnes 
4, Brooke 


1, Barlow 
1, Barlow 


Capt. John H. Gleason 
Maj. William Glenny 


65th Inf. 


4, Cross 


1, Russell 


1 

i 


Col. Joseph E. Hamblin 




i 




IS 






66th Inf. . 


4, Brooke 


1, Barlow 


Col. O. H. Morris (c, k), Lt.-Col. J. S 


1 


5 




19 
g 




19 
10 
5 


67th Inf. . 
69th Inf.. 
70th Inf. 


4, Cross 


1, Russell 
1, Barlow 


Col. N. Cross (c). Lt.-Col. H. L. Van 
Ness 


Lt.-Col. J. E. McGee, Maj. John 
Garrett 






L 


29 




4, Brewster. . . 


3, Birney 


Maj. William H. Hugo 












71st Inf 




3, Birney 


.; 


Lt.-Col. Thomas Rafferty 












3 


4 

3 

6 
1 

13 

12 


72d Inf.. 

73d Inf.. 
74th Inf. . 


4, Brewster. . . 

4, Brewster. . . 
4, Brewster. . . 


3, Birney 

3, Birney 
3, Birney 


1 
2 


Three companies attached to the 
120th Infantry, Lt.-Col. John 
Leonard 












Col. Wm. R. Brewster (c), Lt.-Col. M 
W. Burns 














Col. Thomas Holt 






J 








76th Inf. 




4, Cutler 




Capt. J. L. Goddard (w), Capt. S. M 
Byram 







. 


_ 




2 
1 


77th Inf 


3 Bidwell 


2, Neill 


Lt.-Col. Winsor B. French 




1 




10 




80th Inf 






is 
2 


Provost Guard A. P., Col. T. B. Gates 
Lt.-Col. John B. Raulston (w) 
A battalion, Lieut. Thomas Huggins 
Lt.-Col. William Chalmers 












81st Inf. . 
82d Inf 


, Marston. . . . 


[, Brooks 
2, Gibbon 


i 


43 
6 


li 


148 

22 




10 

3 


215 
34 
I 
13 

11 

20 

88 
5 
49 

12 

67 
22 

114 
2 

134 

22 
24 

7 

180 
18 
14 
SO 
5 

7 
67 
1 
6 
5 

153 
60 

10 
55 
11 
124 

50 
32 
154 

157 


83d Inf 


2 Bates 


2, Lockwood . . 


86th Inf. . 
88th Inf 


, Egan 


3, Birney 
1 Barlow. . . . 


2 
2 

8 

is 

2 
f> 
C 

s 
5 

8 

r, 
a 

2 

J 
2 

s 

N 
S 

2 

(i 


2 

8 

5 

8 

6 

.5 

(i 

2 
2 
2 


Maj. Michael B. Stafford 
Col. Patrick Kelly (c), Capt. D. F 
Burke 


1 


1 




1 




11 


89th Inf. . 
92d Inf 


, Stannard. . . 


2, Martindale. . 
1 Brooks 


^t.-Col. Theophilus L. England 
Lt.-Col. H. J. Anderson (k), Capt 
H C. Fay 


1 


14 
1 


t 


15 

69 

4 




r 
, 


93d Inf. . 


2 Tannatt. . . 


3, Birney 


Lt.-Col. Benjamin C. Butler 


94th Inf. . 
95th Inf. 


1, Lyle 


2, Lockwood . . 
4 Cutler 


Lt -Col Samuel A. Moffet 









17 

11 

47 
16 

88 
1 

85 

16 
21 

7 


1 


29 


Col. Edward Pye (w), Maj. R. W 
Bard 






1 
1 


96th Inf.. 
97th Inf.. 
98th Inf.. 

104th Inf. . 
106th Inf. . 

108th Inf. . 

109th Inf. . 
lllth Inf. . 

112th Inf. . 

115th Inf. . 
117th Inf. . 
118th Inf. . 
120th Inf. . 
121st Inf. . 

122d Inf.. 
124th Inf. . 
125th Inf. . 
126th Inf. . 
139th Inf. . 

140th Inf. . 
142d Inf. . 

146th Inf. . 
147th Inf. . 
148th Inf. . 
151st Inf. . 

152d Inf. . 
155th Inf. . 
164th Inf. . 


, Marston. . . . 
2, Bates 

, Marston. . . . 

, Lyle 
, Truax 

3, Smyth 

, Hartranft.. . 
i, MacDougall. 

2, Drake 

, Barton 
!, Ames 
:, Burnham. . . 
, Brewster. . . 
2, Upton 

, Cross 

, Egan 
i, MacDougall . 
i, MacDougall. 
, Marston. . . . 

, Ayres 
!, Ames 

, Ayres 
!, Hofman. . . . 
2, Stedman . . . 
1, Truax 

, Owen 
4, Tyler 
4, Tyler 


, Brooks 
2, Lockwood . . 
1, Brooks 

2, Lockwood . . 
3, Ricketts. . . . 

2, Gibbon 

!, Wilcox 
, Barlow 

!, Devens, Jr. . 

!, Devens, Jr. . 
!, Devens, Jr. . 
, Brooks 
!, Birney 
1, Russell 

1, Russell 
3, Birney 
, Barlow 
, Barlow 
1, Brooks 

1, Griffin 
3, Devens, Jr. . 

1, Griffin... 
t, Cutler 
2, Martindale. . 
3, Ricketts. . . . 

2, Gibbon 
2, Gibbon. .. . 
2, Gibbon 


Col. Edgar M. Cullen 
Capt Delos E. Hall 


4 
1 

1 
4 
1 


6 
4 

19 
19 

3 
2 


1 


8 
1 

1 

22 

1 


Col. F. F. Wead (k), Capt. Wm. 


Col. Gilbert G. Prey 
Col. Chas. Townsend (k), Capt. S. 
Parker 


Capt. Joseph Deverell (w), Lieut. 
P. C. Kavanaugh, Capt. Wm. H. 


Lt -Col. Isaac S. Catlin 
Col. C. D. MacDougall (c), Capt. L. 
W. Husk 






Col. J. C. Drake (c, w). Capts. 


1 

i 
i 


27 
4 
2 
6 

1 


5 
1 

i 


135 
13 
8 
22 
4 

6 




12 


^t.-Col. N. J. Johnson 
^t.-Col. Rufus Daggett 
^apt. L. S. Dominy 
^t.-Col. John R. Tappan 
Col. Emory Upton (c), Maj. H. M. 




3 




1 


>t.-Col. Augustus W. Dwight 


i 


9 


1 


56 
1 






^ol. Levin Crandell 
Lt.-Col. William H. Baird 
Lt.-Col. E. Perry (k), Capt. N. P. 


2 


2 
31 


i 

4 


4 

4 

114 
12 

8 




2 
48 


Lt.-Col. Elwell S. Otis 
Col. N. M. Curtis (c), Lt.-Col. A. M. 


tfaj. James G. Grindlay 
->t.-Col. George Harney 
Col. George M. Guion 
Col. W. Emerson (c), Lt.-Col. Thos. 
M Fay 


2 
4 


3 
20 

12 
6 
13 

12 


2 
3 

2 
1 
6 

4 


3 
10 
97 

33 
22 
118 

55 


3 


47 
1 
4 

1 
3 
17 

79 


^apt. Wm. S. Burt 


Col. J. P. McMahon (k), Maj. M. D. 
Smith . . 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



237 



1864. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




d 




T3 




a 


rt 












;- 


^ j- 


* 


r 


j 


O ^- 


00 












o 


Jl V 


8 


Ifl O 


V 

C 


u: o 


1 








" 




E 


"3 


- 


"c 


: 


"c 


B 








O 




- 


y 


c 


a 


c 


W 




169th Inf. . 


2, Drake 


3, Devens, Jr. . 


18 


Col. John McConihe (k), Lt.-Col. 
























Alonzo Alden (w), Maj. James A. 


























i 


s 


\ 


67 




J 


81 


170th Inf. . 


4, Tyler 


2, Gibbon 


2 


Col. Jas. P Mclvor (c), Capt. Chas. 
























Hagan 




g 


i 


in 






14 


179th Inf. . 


2, Sudsbury. . . 


1, Crittenden . . 


9 


Lt.-Col. F. B. Doty 








i 




1 


2 


182d Inf 


4 Tyler. . 


2 Gibbon 




Lt -Col T M Reid Capt Robt 
























Heggart 


2 


8 


., 


48 


1 


28 


89 










Total 







i :v i 


"171 


15 


815 


4584 










Total loss of Union forces engaged 








8644 


35 






143 


1702 


i:;:: 


1781 


12738 



1493. May 3ist-June ist. Engagements at Cold Harbor and Old Church, Va. Cold 

Harbor. 4th, 6th, gth and loth Cavalry; ist Dragoons. 

1494. June ist. Skirmish at South Anna, Va. Cold Harbor. 8th and 22d Cavalry. 

1495. June ist. Engagement at Ashland, Va. Cold Harbor. 2d and 5th Cavalry. 

1496. June ist. Skirmish at Gross Tete, La. 2d Veteran Cavalry, Col. Chrysler. 

1497. June ist. Skirmish at New Market, Va. ist Veteran Cavalry. 

1498. June ist. First assault at Cold Harbor, Va. gth Artillery; 43d, 47th, 48th, 

65th, 67th, 8ist, 92d, 96th, g8th, io6th, H2th, n8th, I22d, I39th, 
iSist and i6gth Infantry. 

1499. June 2d. Skirmish at New Market, Va. Harrisonburg. ist Cavalry. 

1500. June 2d. Skirmish at the Atchafalaya, La. Company A, I75th Infantry. 

1501. June 2d. Action before Cold Harbor, Va. 8ist, 96th, 98th and I39th Infantry. 
1502-, June 2d. Skirmishes at Bottom s Bridge and Mechanicsviile, Va. Sumner s 

Upper Bridge; Games Mills. Cold Harbor. 4th. 6th, gth and loth 

Cavalry. 
J 5O3- June 2d. Skirmish at Camp Finnegan, and capture of Camp Milton, Fla. 

I44th and I57th Infantry. 
1504. June 2d. Skirmish near Hatcher s Run, Va. Walthall Junction. ist 

Mounted Rifles; 3d Cavalry. 
T 5O5- June 2d~3d. Engagement at Bethesda Church and Beulah Church, Va. Cold 

Harbor. 24th Cavalry; 2d Mounted Rifles, dismounted; Batteries 

B, C, D, E, H and L, ist Artillery; i4th Artillery; 5th Veteran, 

44th, I40th, I46th and I79th Infantry. 

1506. June 3d. Skirmish at Bottom s Bridge, Va. Cold Harbor. loth Cavalry. 

1507. June 3d. Skirmish at Gross Tete, La. 2d Veteran Cavalry, Col. Chrysler. 

1508. June 3d. Skirmish at Newtown, Va. 2ist Cavalry. 

1509. June 3d. Skirmish at Ackworth, Ga. Battle of Dallas. Atlanta campaign. 

Detachment I02d Infantry, Capt. L. R. Stegman. 

1510. June 3d. Engagement at Haw s Shop and Via s, Va. Cold Harbor. 2d, 5th, 

8th and 22d Cavalry. 

1511. June 3d. Second assault at Cold Harbor, Va. Battery G, ist Artillery; 2d, 

7th, 8th and ist and 3d Battalion gth Artillery; loth, 42d, 59th, 
6ist, 63d, 64th, 66th, 6gth, 8ist, 82d, 88th, g2d, g6th, g8th, io8th, 
H2th, n8th, I39th, I48th, I5ist, i52d, I55th, i64th, i6gth, 
and i82d Infantry. 

1512. June 3d~4th. Skirmish at Bottom s Bridge, Va. 6th Cavalry. 



2 3 8 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1513. June 

1514. June 



1515. June 4th. 



1516. June 

1517. June 

1518. June 

1519. June 



1520. June 6th. 



1864. 

3d-4th. Skirmish at Harrisonburg, Va. 1st Veteran Cavalry, Col. Plainer. 
3il-5th. Skirmishes at Lake Chicot, Ark. Old River Lake; Ditch Bayou; 
Columbia or Fish Bayou. I78th Infantry. 

Engagement at Ackworth, Ga. Battle of Dallas. Atlanta cam 
paign. 143(1 Infantry. 

Skirmish at Mt. Jackson, Va. I5th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Ackworth, Ga. Atlanta campaign. 14151 Infantry. 

Skirmish at Westpoint, Va. 1st Mounted Rifles. 

Engagement at Piedmont, Va. Mt. Crawford, Mt. Hope. 1st Cav 
alry, Maj. Timothy Quinn; I5th Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Augustus J. 
Root; 2ist Cavalry, Col. W. B. Tibbits (c), Lt.-Col. Chas. Fitz- 
simmons; 1st Veteran Cavalry, Col. John S. Platner; 1st Battal 
ion (Companies A, B, C and D), 5th Artillery, Lt.-Col. Murray; 
30th and 3ist Batteries. 

Skirmish on reconnaissance to Chuckatuck, Va. Companies D, 1 
and K, 20th Cavalry. 

Skirmish before Cold Harbor, Va. 2d Artillery. 



4th. 
5th. 
5th. 
5th. 



1521. June 6th. 

1522. June 7th-24th. Gen. Sheridan s Trevilian Raid, Va. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


|* 



o 
Pav 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


o 

a! 
o 

W 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
co oitnoi GO cn men. 


Officers. 


2 c 

28 
22 

45 
32 


IH 
O 

1 

"i 
i 


o 

a 
6 

7 
12 
9 


4th Cav. . 


2, Devin 


1, Torbert. . . . 


Col. Louis P. Di Cesnola 


1 


5 

4 
1 
4 


45 

64 

61 
53 
S9 


6th Cav. . 


2, Devin 


1, Torbert. . . . 


Cav 
Cav 

Cav 
Cav 


Col. T. C. Devin (c), Lt.-Col. W. H. 
Crocker 


9th Cav.. 

10th Cav. . 
1st Drag. 


2, Devin 

1, Davies, Jr. . 
Res. Merritt . . 


1, Torbert 

2, Gregg 
1, Torbert. . . . 


Col. W. Sackett (w), Lt.-Col. G. S. 

Nichols 




Lt.-Col. M. Henry Avery 
Col. Alfred Gibbs 


2 


Total 


I 


in 
43 


186 


3 
25 


65 312 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


14 


136 


695 


599 


1512 



1523. June 8th. Skirmish at Staunton, Va. Waynesboro. 1st, I5th and 2ist Cavalry. 

1524. June 8th-ioth. Skirmishes at Petersburg, Va. ist Mounted Rifles; 3d Cavalry. 

1525. June gth-July 2d. The battle of Kenesaw Mountain, Ga. Atlanta campaign. 

Includes engagements at Pine Mountain, June I4th; Golgotha, 
Lost Mountain, Pine Knob, June i6th-i7th; Pine Mountain, 
Nose s Creek, June I9th-20th; Gulp s Farm, June 22d; the assault, 
June 27th. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




" c 




- 




- 


6 

CO 








(A 






[/; o 


a 
u 


v. a 


i 

:. 


to o 


o 

Ut 








h 







"2 E 


--. 


"H ^ 


= 


"5 E 


M 








_ 




- 


a 


2 


a 


C 


a 




1st Art: 
























Bat y I 
Bat y M 


Woodbury. . . . 
Woodbury. . . . 


1, Williams. . . 
1, Williams. . . 


I D 

20 


Lieut. Charles E. Winegar 
Capt. J. D. Woodbury (c), Lieut. E. 




2 




1 






3 










P. Newkirk 




2 




5 






7 


33th Bat y. 


Wheeler 


2, Geary 


20 


Capt. Wm. Wheeler (c, k), Lieut H. 


























1 


1 




K 






7 


45tb Inf 




1 W T illiams. . . 


20 


Col. Adolnhus Dobkp.. . 
















fiOth Inf. . 


3. Ireland . . . 


2. Gearv. . . 


20 Col. A. Godard. Capt. Thomas Elliott. 


1 


1 


1 


28 






31 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



2 39 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


u 
o 
O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




rt 

to 

2 

M 

BO 

< 

6 

13 
10 
S9 
63 
17 

21 

33 
12 

7 

42 

28 

35 

374 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


1 Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


78th Inf. . 
102d Inf 




2 Geary . . . 


20 
20 

"ii 


Lt.-Col. Harvey S. Chatfield, Col. H. 




1 


1 
1 


4 

12 

8 




3 Ireland 


2 Geary 


Col. James C. Lane, Major Lewis R. 
Stegman (w), Capt. B. Van Buren 
Col. Nirom M. Crane 








107th Inf. . 


2, Ruger 


1, Williams. . . 




? 






119th Inf 


2 Jones 


2, Geary 


"n 


Col. Jno. T. Lockman 




13 




?fi 






123d Inf. . 
134th Inf 


1 Knipe 


1, Williams . . . 


ii 


Lt.-Col. James C. Rogers 




5 
? 


3 


38 
15 




17 


2 Jones 


2 Geary 


"n 


Lt -Col. Allan H Jackson 




136th Inf. . 
137th Inf. . 
141st Inf. . 


3, Wood, Jr. . . 


3, Ward 


"(I 


Col. J. Wood, Jr. (c), Lt. Col. L. B. 








?1 






3, Ireland 
1, TCnine 


2, Geary 
1, Williams . . . 


20 
20 




Col. D. Ireland (c) , Lt.-Col. K. S. Van 
Voorhees 




4 
3 


1 


28 

8 






Col. Wm. K. Loeie. . 






1 

2 


143d Inf. . 




1. Williams . . . 


20 Col Horarp Bmiphton 








5 




149th Inf. . 
150th Inf. . 


3, Ireland 
2, Ruger 


2, Geary 
1, Williams. . . 


20 
20 

. 


Lt.-Col. C. B. Randall, Col. H. A. 




^ 




34 




Col John H Ketcham 


1 


6 
5 
55 


2 


21 

28 
287 






154th Inf. 


2 Jones . . 




Col. Patrick H. Jones (c), Maj. L. D. 
Warner 








Total 


:-; 


... 


20 





Seal s Plantation, La. nth 
1st, I5th and ist 



1526. June loth. Skirmish at Manning s Plantation. 

Cavalry. 

1527. June loth. Skirmishes at Waynesboro and New Market, Va. 

Veteran Cavalry. 

1528. June loth-nth. Skirmishes at Old Church, Bethel Church, Shady Grove Road 

Va. Cold Harbor. 2d, 5th, 8th and 22d Cavalry. 

1529. June nth. Skirmish at Lexington, Va. Moorefield, Staunton, Waynesboro, 

Cheat Mountain. I5th and ist Veteran Cavalry; 1st Battalion, 

5th Artillery. 

T 53O. June nth. Skirmish at Aldie, Va. Detachment I3th Cavalry. 
I 53 I - June nth-i2th. Battle of Trevilian Station, Va. Newark, Mallory s Cross 

Roads. Gen. Sheridan s Trevilian Raid. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TION. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




a 




a 




o 


rt 








. 




B 




i 


K ri 


E 


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to 












a 


p 


u 


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F 


. 


^ c 


c 

to 








o 














c u 


to 












O 


M 


O 


H 


c 


W 




4th Cav.. 


2, Devin.. . 


1, Torbert. . . . 


Cav 


Col. Louis P. Di Cesnola. . 


1 


5 


5 


27 




6 


44 


6th Cav. . 


2, Devin 


1, Torbert. . . . Cav 


Col. T. C. Devin (c), Lt.-Col. Wm. 
























H. Crocker 




2 


1 


m 




27 


40 


9th Cav.. 


2, Devin 


1, Torbert. . . . 


Cav 


Col. Wm. Sackett (w), Lt.-Col. 
























Geo. S Nichols 




4 


3 


38 




5 


50 


10th Cav.. 
1st Drag. 


1, Davies, Jr. . 
Res.; Merritt. . 


2, Gregg 
1, Torbert. . . . 


Cav 


Lt.-Col. M. Henry Avery 
Col. Alfred Gibbs 


1 


3 
16 


1 
4 


15 

57 






20 

85 


1 


7 










Total . ... 


" 














TO 


1 1 


147 


i 


45 


2S9 










Total loss of Union forces engaged 


(i 








s 






93 


32 


438 


427 


1007 



T 53 2 - June I2th. Skirmish at Ackworth, Ga. Kenesaw Mountain. Atlanta campaign. 

6oth Infantry. 

1533- June i2th. Skirmish at White Oak Bridge, Va. Loss included in Cold Harbor. 

8th Cavalry. 



240 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 

1534. June I2th. Skirmish at Long Bridge, Va. Loss included in Cold Harbor. 22d 
Cavalry. 

!53S- June I2th. Skirmish at Riddle s Shop, Va. Loss included in Cold Harbor. 2d, 
5th and 8th Cavalry. 

J 536. June I3th. Skirmish at the Chickahominy, Va. Loss included in Cold Harbor. 
22d Cavalry. 

!537- June I3th. Skirmish at James Island, S. C. iO3d Infantry. 

1538. June I3th-I4th. Skirmishes at White Oak Swamp, Va. Losses included in 
Cold Harbor. 8th and 22d Cavalry; Batteries C and D, ist Artil 
lery; 6th, ist and 3d Battalions I5th Artillery; 5th Veteran, 
76th, 94th, 95th, 97th, I40th and I46th Infantry. 

J539- June I4th. Skirmish at Buchanan, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. Martin- 
dale; ist Battalion, 5th Artillery, Lt.-Col. Murray. 

1540. June I4th-i5th. Action at Malvern Hill, Va. Loss included in Cold Harbor. 

2d, 5th, 8th and 22d Cavalry. 

1541. June I4th-i5th. Engagement at Pine Mountain, Ga. Battle of Kenesaw 

Mountain. Atlanta campaign. i3th Battery; 6oth, 78th, i02d, 
I igth, I34th, I36th, 13/th, I49th, i5Oth and I54th Infantry. 

1542. June I5th. Skirmish at White Oak Swamp, Va. Loss included in Cold Har 

bor. 5th Cavalry. 

1543- June I5th, 1864, to April 2d, 1865. Before Petersburg and Richmond and at the 
Bermuda Hundred Front, Va. This covers all the operations of 
the Army of the Potomac and the Army of the James, which re 
sulted in the capture of Petersburg and evacuation of Richmond, 
with the exception of the larger operations, which are recorded 
specially. Duties in the trenches, skirmishes on picket, losing 
and gaining picket lines, etc., are all included in this general head, 
it being next to impossible to note them and do justice to all. 
For the exact time organizations were on duty before Petersburg 
and Richmond, see regimental sketches. 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 
8th, 9th, loth, 2oth, 22d and 24th Cavalry; ist Dragoons; ist and 
2d Mounted Rifles; Oneida Company Cavalry; Batteries B, C, D, 
E, G, H and L, ist Artillery; 2d Artillery; Batteries E, H, K and 
M, 3d Artillery; 4th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, loth, parts of I3th, i4th and 
i5th and part of i6th Artillery; ist, 3d, 7th, nth, I2th, I5th, i6th, 
i7th, I9th, 27th, 33d and 34th Batteries; ist, I5th and 50th En 
gineers; ist Battalion Sharpshooters; 3d, 5th Veteran, 7th Vet 
eran, loth, 39th, 4Oth, 41 st, 420, 43d, 44th, 46th, 47th, 48th, 49th, 5 ist, 
52d, 57th, 59th, 6ist,62d, 63d, 64th, 6sth, 66th, 6/th, 69th, 7oth, 7ist, 
72d, 73d, 74th, 75th, 76th, 77th, 79th, 8oth, Sist, 82d, 86th, 88th, 89th, 
9ist, 92d, 93d, 94th, 95th, 96th, 97th, 98th, looth, iO3d, iO4th, io6th, 
loSth, iO9th, mth, H2th, H5th, H7th, uSth, I20th, i2ist, 
I22d, I24th, I25th, I26th, I39th, I40th, I42d, I46th, I47th, I48th, 
iSist, I52d, I55th, 158th, I59th, i62d, i64th, i69th, I7oth, I79th, 
i82d, i84th, iSsth, i86th, i87th, i88th and iSgth Infantry. 

1544. June iSth-igth. Assault of Petersburg, Va. Includes the assaults made by 
the i8th Corps, June I5th-i8th, Redans 5 and 6, Jordan Hill, Re 
dans 4, 13 and 14, Harrison s Creek, Norfolk Railroad; by the 2d 
Corps June I5th-i8th, Redan 12, Harrison s Creek, Hare House 
^ and Norfolk Railroad; by the 5th Corps June I7~i8th, Harrison s 
Creek and Norfolk Railroad; by the 6th Corps June iSth-igth, 
at Norfolk Railroad; by the 9th Corps from June i6th-i8th, 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



241 



1864. 

Redans 4, 13 and 14, Shind or Shand House, Harrison s Creek, 
Norfolk Railroad; and the operations on Bermuda Front by the 
loth Corps, Baylor s Farm, Ware Bottom Church, Port Walthall 
Junction and Petersburg and Richmond Railroad; and the 6th 
Corps, June i/th-i8th, at Bermuda Hundred. Losses cover the 
period from June isth to 30th. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


IH 

o 

o 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


WVd. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


3d Cav 


1, Mix 


Kautz 


Cav 
9 


Army of the James; Col. S. H. Mix 
(c, k), Lt -Col G. W. Lewis. . . . t 
















24th Cav 


2 Christ 


3, Willcox .... 


Dismounted; Col. Wm. C. Raulston 
(c, w), Lt.-Col. Walter C. New- 


1 


37 





147 




3 


197 


IstM nt d 
Rifles 






Army of the James; Lt.-Col. A. G. 
Patton 


2d M nt d 
Rifles.. . 
Oneida 
Cav. 

1st Art:. 
Bat y B 
Bat y C 
Bat y D 
Bat y E 
Bat y G 
Bat y H 
Bat y L 
2d Art 


1, Curtin 


2, Potter 


9 


Dismounted; Col. John Fisk, Lt.- 
Col. Jasper N. Raymond 
At headquarters Army Potomac; 
Capt Daniel P Mann 


2 


16 


2 


80 




2 


102 






5 


1st Lieut. R. E. Rogers 








1 






1 
1 
3 
1 






5 










1 










<> 






1 











Wainwright. . . 




5 


Capt. Angel Matthewson 








1 






Tidball 




2 
5 
5 

2 

18 


Capt Nelson Ames 


















Capt. Charles E. Mink 








3 






3 

1 

306 
1 














1 






1 Miles . 


1 Barlow 


Col. J. N. G. Whistler (w), Lt.-Col. 
T. Palmer (w), Maj. W. A. Mc 
Kay, Maj Geo Hogg 


1 


27 
1 


7 


211 


1 


59 


3 1 Art : 
Bat y E 
Bat y K 
4th Art 






Capt. George E. Ashby 






18 
2 
5 

2 
2 
6 


Capt James R Angell 














Tidball 




Lt -Col. Thomas Allcock 


1 


15 

7 


1 


87 
84 






104 

92 
501 

308 
7 

44 


6th Art 




2, Ayres 


Col. J. H. Kitching (c), Maj. A. A. 




1 
305 

4 


7th Art . . 


4, Beaver 


1, Barlow 


Lt.-Col. John Hastings (c, w), Maj. 


1 

1 


32 
41 


7 

14 


145 

247 

7 


11 

1 


8th Art. . 
9th Art. . 


4, Ramsay. . . . 
2, Smith 


2 Gibbon 


Lt.-Col. W. W. Bates (w), Maj. E. L. 
Blake (w), Maj. E. M. Spaulding. 
Col. William H. Seward, Jr 


3, Ricketts. . . . 


10th Art 




1 Brooks 


18 


Col A Piper (c), Lt.-Col. G. DeP 




fi 




38 






13th Art . . 
14th Art . . 

15th Art. . 
1st Bat y. 
3d Bat y. 
7th Bat y. 

llth Bat y. 
12th Bat y. 
loth Bat y. 

16th Bat y. 
19th Bat y. 
27th Bat y. 
33d Bat y. 
34th Bat y. 
1st Eng. . 


Abbott 




Arden 


Companies A and H; Army of the 














3, Marshall. . . . 

3, Kitching. . . 
Tompkins. . . . 
Tompkins . . . 


1, Ledlie 
2, Ayres 


9 

5 
6 
6 
18 

2 
2 
5 

18 


Col. E.G. Marshall (c, w), Maj. W. H. 
Reynolds (m), Maj. J. C. Hed 
ges (k), Capt. Lorenzo I. Jones. . 


2 
1 


36 
10 


4 
2 


148 
71 


7 


53 


250 

84 


Capt. Andrew Cowan 
Capt William A Harn 






Burton 




Capt. P. C. Regan, Lt. M. T. 






1 


1 

3 






2 
4 
11 

6 


Tidball.. , 




Capt John E Burton 




1 






Tidball 
Wainwright. . . 




Capt. George F. McNight 
Capt. P. Hart (w), 1st Lt. A. R. 




1 

2 


1 


1 

3 




9 


Burton ... . 




Capt R H Lee 










2 Potter 


g 










i, 






3 

3 

"7 


Eaton 


1, Ledlie 

3, wiicox! ;;; . 


9 
10 
9 


Capt. John B. Eaton (c) 
Capt. Algar M. Wheeler 






1 


3 
"6 








Army of the James; Majs. Joseph 
Walker and F. E. Graef; detach- 










1st Shrps. 
3d Inf. . 


1, Bragg 
1, Curtis 


4, Cutler 
2, Ames 


5 
10 

5 

2 
2 

? 


Capt. Alfred Parry 
Capt. Alexander A. Mann 

Capt. George L Guthrie 




4 
3 

11 


1 


12 
19 

17 




1 
4 


17 

22 

33 


5th Vet. 
Inf. 
7th Vet. 
Inf. 
10th Inf. . 

39th Inf.. 


1, Gregory. . . . 

3, MacDougall 
3, Smyth 

3, MacDougall 


2, Ayres 

1, Barlow 
2, Gibbon 

1. Barlow. . . 


Detachment with the 52d Infantry. 
Six companies, Lt.-Col. G. F. 










4 






4 

52 


Mai. loseoh Hvde. 125th Inf. . . 




8 


1 


24 




24 



16 



242 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


p. 
o 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed . 


W n d. 


Vliss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
J2 1 men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


40th Inf. . 

42d Inf.. 
43d Inf.. 
44th Inf. . 


1 , Egan 

1, Pierce 
3, Bidwell 


3, Birney 
2, Gibbon 


2 

?: 


Col. T. W. Egan (c, w), Lt.-Col. 
August J. Warner (w), Maj. E. F. 
Fletcher 


1 


3 


26 
11 
1 


2 


2 
91 


45 
104 
1 
12 

43 
10 

17 

3 
6 
54 

53 
73 
38 

38 

53 

2 

2 
72 

6 
43 




2, Neil! 



5 
9 

10 
10 



9 

2 
2 

2 

" 


Lt.-Col. James D. Visscher 








3, Bartlett .... 


1, Griffin 


Capt. Campbell Allen 








4 




8 


46th Inf. . 


1, Christ 


3, Wilcox 


Lt.-Col. George W. Travers (c, w), 
Capt. Alphons Serviere 


1 


8 


] 
1 


27 
9 

18 




47th Inf. . 


2, Barton 


2, Ames 


Capt. Charles A Moore 






48th Inf. . 


2 Barton 




Col. William B. Barton (c), Maj. 
Samuel M. Swartwout 




- 






49th Inf. . 


3, Bidwell 


2, Neill 


Col. Daniel D. Bidwell (c), Lt.-Col. 
George W. Johnson 














51st Inf.. 




2, Potter 


Acting as Engineers 








f 






52d Inf.. 
57th Inf.. 

59th Inf . 
61st Inf.. 


3, MacDougall . 
3, MacDougall. 

1 Pierce 


1, Barlow 
1, Barlow 

2 Gibbon 


Maj. H. P. Ritzius 
Maj. William A. Kirk (w), Capt 
Augustus M. Wright (w), Capt 
George W Jones 




9 

] 

i 


.. 

K 


39 

35 

10 

fi 




5; 
10 

19 

20 


Four companies, Lt.-Col. H. P. Rugg. 
Lt.-Col. K. Oscar Broady 


1, Miles 


1, Barlow 


62d Inf.. 
63d Inf.. 


1, Wheaton. . . 
2, Kelly 


2, Neill 
1, Barlow 


6 
2 

2 
(i 

2 

fi 

2 

2 
2 
2 

2 
2 

5 

6 

JS 
2 
2 

2 

IS 
18 
2 
5 
5 

18 

5 

18 
10 
6 
6 

2 

it 
2 

10 
10 
10 

18 

2 
6 
8 
2 


Col. David J. Nevin 




8 




^0 




Six companies, Capt. John H 
Gleason . . 






, 


07 




64th Inf. . 


4, Beaver 


1, Barlow 


Maj William Glenny. . . 




I 


1 


8 


1 


65th Inf. . 




1 Russell 


Col. J. E. Hamblin (c), Capt. D. I 
Miln 




66th Inf. . 


4, Beaver 


1, Barlow 


Lt.-Col. John S. Hammell (m), Capt 
J. G. Derrickson (m), Capt. Albert 
Gosse 


1 


5 


2 


11 


f 


47 


67th Inf. . 

69th Inf.. 

70th Inf. . 
71st Inf.. 
72d Inf.. 

73d Inf.. 
74th Inf.. 

76th Inf. . 

77th Inf. . 
81st Inf.. 
82d Inf.. 
86th Inf.. 
88th Inf.. 

89th Inf. . 
92d Inf.. 
93d Inf.. 
94th Inf. . 
95th Inf. . 

96th Inf. . 

97th Inf. . 
98th Inf.. 
100th Inf. . 
104th Inf.. 
106th Inf.. 
108th Inf. . 

109th Inf.. 
lllth Inf.. 

112th Inf. . 
115th Inf. . 
117th Inf.. 
118th Inf.. 

120th Inf. . 
121st Inf.. 
122d Inf.. 
124th Inf. . 


4, Cross 

2, Kelly 

4, Brewster. . . 
4, Brewster. . . 
4, Brewster. . . 

4, Brewster. . . 
4, Brewster. . . 

2, Hofman. . . . 
3, Bidwell .... 


1, Russell 

1, Barlow 

3, Birney 
3, Birney 
3, Birney 

3, Birney 
3, Birney 

4, Cutler 

2, Neill . . 


Col. Nelson Cross (c), Lt.-Col. Henry 
L. Van Ness; the regiment left the 
army June 20th, battalion with 65th 
Inf 


Six companies, Lt.-Col. James E. Mc- 
Gee (w), Capt. Richard Moroney. 
Maj. W. H. Hugo 


1 


2 




19 


1 


17 


Lt.-Col. Thomas Rafferty 
Three companies, attached to the 
120th Inf., Lt.-Col. John Leonard. . 
Col. William R. Brewster (c), Lt.- 
Col. William M. Burns 


1 


2 


1 


13 

10 






23 
14 
6 

10 

41 
7 
6 
121 
17 

55 
94 
12 
36 
31 

46 

10 
56 
50 
6 
29 
8 

8 
127 

77 
7 
15 
49 

21 
8 
9 
3 
20 


Six companies, Col. Thomas Holt 
Maj. Lovell Purdy, Jr. (w), Maj 
A. L. Lockwood, 120th Infantry. . . 














Capt. S. M. Byram (w), Capt. J. C 
Hatch 




m 





9(1 






Lt -Col Winsor B French 














1, Marston. . . . 
1, Pierce 
1, Egan 
2, Kelly 

1, Stannard . . . 
3, Henry 
2, Tannatt .... 
2, Bates 
2, Hofman. . . . 

1, Marston. . . . 

2, Bates 
1, Marston .... 
3, Plaisted .... 
1, Lyle 
1, Truax 
3, Smyth 

1, Hartranft.. . 
3, MacDougall. 

1, Curtis 
2, Barton 
1, Curtis 
2, Burnham. . . 

4, Brewster. . . 
2, Upton 
4, Cross 
1, Egan.. . 


1, Brooks 
2, Gibbon 
3, Birney 
1, Barlow 

2, Martindale. . 
1, Brooks 
i, Birney 
3, Crawford . . . 
4, Cutler 

1, Brooks 

3, Crawford . . . 
1, Brooks 
1, Foster 
3, Crawford . . . 
3, Ricketts. . . . 
2, Gibbon 

3, Wilcox 
1, Barlow 

2, Ames 
2, Ames 
2, Ames 
1, Brooks 

3, Birney 
1, Russell 
1, Russell 
3, Birney. . 


Lt.-Col. J. B. Raulston 
Four companies, Lt.-Col. T. Huggins. 
Maj. Michael B. Stafford 
Col. Patrick Kelly (c,k), Capt. Denis 
F. Burke, three companies 
Col. H. L. Fairchild 
Capt H C. Fay 


" i 

i 
i 


i 

i 

2 
9 

1 

5 


"i 
i 

i 

4 
1 


I 

13 

19 

78 
10 
17 


1 


iii 

2 

31 
2 


Lt -Col. B. C. Butler 






11 

2 

1 


Lt -Col Samuel A Moffett 




6 



1 
5 
6 

1 
3 
1 


1 
1 

1 
1 

2 
2 

2 

a 

i 

i 


22 
36 

8 
48 
14 
2 
25 
4 

2 
79 

43 
5 
14 
37 

18 
6 
8 
2 
17 




Lt.-Col. J. Creney (w), Maj. R. W. 
Bard 




Col. E. M. Cullen (c), Maj. H. J. 




Col. Charles Wheelock 
Capt. William Kreutzer 
Col. George B. Dandy 
Col. Gilbert G. Prey 
Capt. Samuel Parker 
Lt.-Col. F. E. Pierce (c), Capt. Wm. 






2 
30 
3 
1 
3 

4 

20 

18 
"3 

i 


Lt.-Col. Isaac S. Catlin 
Col. C. D. MacDougall (c), Capt. 
Lewis W Husk 


i 


25 

14 
1 

1 
5 

1 
1 
1 

i 


Lt.-Col. John F. Smith 
Lt.-Col. N. J. Johnson 
Col. Alvin White 


i 
i 

i 

i 

i 


Maj. Chas. E. Pruyn (k), Capt. Levi 
S. Dominy 


Lt.-Col. John R. Tappan 
Col. E. Upton (c), Maj. H. M. Galpin. 
Lt.-Col. A. W. Dwight 
Maj. Harrv S. Murrav. . 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



243 



1864. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




a 




a 




o 


Q 

d 








p 




c 

S 


Sa 

VI 4) 


U 

i 


SG 

f. t) 


e 
u 


Sa 

^ a; 


I 








C 

- 




e 


"H b 


B 


nb 


| 


|8 


M 








u 




c 


W 


c 


W 





a 


< 


125th Inf.. 


3, MacDougall. 


1, Barlow 


2 


Col. L. Crandell (w). Maj. J. Hyde. . 


a 


9 


A 


Tfl 




30 


85 


126th Inf.. 


3, MacDougall. 


1, Barlow 


. 


Col. W. H. Baird (k), Capt. I. S. 
























Brown 


4 


4 


.1 


17 






> 


139th Inf.. 


1, Marston .... 


1, Brooks 


18 


Maj. Thomas Mulcahy 




?, 


1 


6 






9 


140th Inf.. 


1, Gregory .... 


2, Ayres. . . . 


V 


Lt.-Col. E. S. Otis 




1 


1 


17 


j 




99 


142d Inf.. 


1, Curtis 


2, Ayres 


5 


Col. N. M. Curtis (c), Lt.-Col. A. M. 
























Barney 




? 




29 






31 


146th Inf.. 


1, Gregory. . . . 


2, Ayres 


6 


Maj. James G. Grindlay 




4 










17 


147th Inf. . 


2, Hofman. . . . 


4, Cutler 


;> 


Lt.-Col. George Harney 


1 


fl 


1 


4fi 






57 


148th Inf. . 


2, Stedman. . . . 


2, Martindale. . 


1 -, 


3ol. George M. Guion 




16 


fl 


7? 


i 


25 


116 


151st Inf.. 


1, Truax 


3, Ricketts. . . . 


< 


Dol. William Emerson 
















152d Inf.. 


2, Frazer 


2, Gibbon 


2 


Maj. T. O Brien, Capt. Wm. S. Burt. 








8 


4 


">8 


40 


155th Inf. . 


4, Ramsey. . . . 


2, Gibbon 


2 


Capt. M. Doran 


2 


15 


8 


59 






79 


164th Inf. . 


4, Ramsey. . . . 


2, Gibbon 


" 


Maj. Michael D. Smith 




5 


g 


51 




4 


63 


169th Inf. . 
170th Inf. . 


3, Bell 
4, Ramsey .... 


2, Ames 
2, Gibbon 


in 
2 


Maj. James A. Colvin 
Col. James P. Mclvor (c), Maj. John 




8 


1 


63 




3 


75 










B. Donnelly (w), Capt. Charles 
















179th Inf.. 


2, Pierce 


1 Ledlie 


fl 


Hagan 


2 


20 


5 


106 


1 


2 


130 


Lt -Col F B Doty (w) Maj John B 


182d Inf.. 


4, Ramsey. . . . 


2, Gibbon 


2 


Sloan (k), Capt. John Barton. . . . 
Capt. Robert Heggart 


2 

1 


9 

18 


8 

A 


67 

69 


1 


10 
g 


91 
104 










Total loss from June 15th-30th . . . 


86 


567 


166 


2941 


43 


1110 


4854 










Total loss of Union forces, same 
























period 


11! 


1902 


526 


9410 


168 


4453 


16569 





t Loss included in raid to South Side Railroad, see No. 1512. 



1545- June 

1546. June 

1547. June 



1548. June 
1549- June 
T S5O- June 

1551. June 

1552. June 

1553- June 
1554. June 

*55S- June 
J 556. June 



i6th. Skirmish at Malvern Hill, Va. 8th and 22d Cavalry. 

i6th. Skirmish at, and capture of New London, Va. 1st and 15th 

Cavalry. 
i6th-i7th. Engagement at Golgotha, Ga. Lost Mountain, Pine Knob, 

Battle of Kenesaw Mountain, Atlanta campaign. Batteries I 

and M, ist Artillery; i3th Battery; 6oth, 78th, iO2d, io7th, iigth, 

I23d, I34th, I36th, I37th, I4ist, I43d, I49th 150 and I54th 

Infantry. 
I7th. Engagement at Diamond Hill, Va. ist, i$th and ist Veteran 

Cavalry. 
i8th. Skirmish at King s and Queen s Court House, Va. roth and 22d 

Cavalry. 
iSth-lpth. Engagement at Lynchburg, Va. 1st, I5th, 2ist and ist Vet 

eran Cavalry; ist Battalion (Companies A, B, C, and D), 5th Ar 

tillery; 3oth and 3ist Batteries. 

igth. Skirmish at White House Landing, Va. 5th Cavalry. 
igth. Action at Liberty, Va. ist and 2ist Cavalry; ist Battalion, 5th 

Artillery. 
igth. Skirmish on raid to Kinston, N. C. Two sections Battery C, 3d 

Artillery, Lieut. Sanford. 
igth-20th. Engagement at Nose s Creek, Ga. Pine Mountain. Battle of 

Kenesaw Mountain. Atlanta campaign. Batteries I and M, 1st 

Artillery; loyth, I23d, I4ist, I43d and isoth Infantry. 
2Oth. Skirmish in Onslow County, N. C. Company E, I2th Cavalry and 

23d Cavalry; one section Battery C, 3d Artillery; I58th Infantry. 
20th. Skirmish at Buford s Gap, Va. ist Cavalry, Maj. Quinn; 3Oth and 

3ist Batteries. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 

1557- June 20th. Skirmish at West Point, Va. Companies D, E, H, I, L and M, 
i6th Artillery. 

1558. June 20th. Skirmish on Jerusalem Plank Road, Va. Before Petersburg. 2cl 

and 8th Cavalry. 

1559. June 20th. Skirmish at King s and Queen s Court House, Va. loth Cavalry, 

Gen. Sheridan s Trevilian Raid. 

1560. June 20th-2ist. Skirmish at North East, N. C, on the raid to Kinston, N. C. 

I2th Cavalry; one section Battery C, 3d Artillery. 

1561. June 2ist. Skirmish at Grover House, Deep Bottom, Va. Before Richmond. 

Company K, looth Infantry, Capt. W. Granger, Jr. 

1562. June 2ist. Skirmish on Marietta Road, Ga. Battle of Kenesaw Mountain. 

Atlanta campaign. I37th Infantry. 

!563- June 2ist. Engagement at and near White House, Va. St. Peter s Church; 
Black Creek; Tunstall s Station. Gen. Sheridan s Trevilian Raid. 
4th, 6th, 9th, loth and 25th Cavalry, and ist Dragoons. 

1564. June 2ist. Skirmish at Salem, Va. ist, I5th and 2ist Cavalry; ist Battalion, 

5th Artillery; 30th and 3ist Batteries. 

1565. June 2ist-22d. Engagement at Southwest Creek Dam, N. C. Companies B 

and D, I2th Cavalry, Capt. West; one piece Battery C, 3d Artil 
lery, Capt. Mercer; Companies D, I and K, i32d Infantry, Capt. 
Green. 

1566. June 2ist-23d. Engagement at Weldon Railroad, Va. The Gurley House; Jeru 

salem Plank Road; Williams Farm; Davis Farm; Jones House; 
2d and 6th Corps. Extending the lines before Petersburg. Loss 
included in assault of Petersburg, ist Mounted Rifles; Battery 
G, ist Artillery; 2d, 4th 7th, 8th and gth Artillery; ist, 3d, nth 
and I2th Batteries; 7th Veteran, loth, 3Qth, 4Oth, 42d, 43d, 49th, 
S2d, 57th, sgth, 6ist, 62d, 63d, 64th, 65th, 66th, 67th, 6gth, 7 ist, 72d, 
73d, 74th, 77th, 82d, 86th, 88th, 93d, io6th, loSth, nith, I20th, 
i2ist, I22d, I24th, I25th, i26th, isist, i52d, I55th, i64th, I70th 
and i82d Infantry. 

1567. June 22d~3Oth. Raid to South Side and Danville Railroad, Va. By Gens. 

Wilson and Kautz. Losses cover the period from June i^th to 
30th. 













Killed . 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 


en 
t-f 


o 
Sd 


i2 


Sc 


~L 


T) 

Sd 


S 

rt 
ta 
o 








a 




O 


|s 


o 

SE 


~E 




i=e 


to 
so 








O 




- 


a 


o 


W 


- 


w 




2d Cav.. 


1, Mclntosh. . . 


3 Wilson . 




Col Otto Harhaus 




3 


3 


q 


1 


31 


47 


3d Cav. . 


1, West 


Kautz 


A. T. 


Col. S. H. Mix, killed June 15, Lt.- 


























1 


2 




18 


2 


78 


102 


5th Cav.. 


1, Mclntosh. . . 


3, Wilson 


Cav, 


Lt.-Col. John Hammond 








3 


3 


91 


97 


8th Cav. . 


2, Chapman. . . 


3, Wilson 


Cav. 


Maj. Edmund M. Pope 


2 


3 


1 


7 


2 


102 


117 


22d Cav. . 


2 Chapman. . . 


3, Wilson . . 


Cav 


Lt -Col J B Brown 


1 






7 


3 


199 


133 










Total 


4 


q 


4 


44 


11 


494 


496 










Total loss of Union forces engaged 


5 


22 


12 


113 


21 


680 


853 



1568. June 22d. Skirmish at Sneed s Ferry, N. C. I2th Cavalry. 

1569. June 22d. Skirmish at Dinwiddie Court House, Va. Gens. Wilson s and 

Kautz s raid. 22d Cavalrv. 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



245 



1573- June 23d. 



1574. June 23d. 



18G4. 

1570. June 22d. Engagement at Gulp s Farm, Ga., Greer s House. Battle of Kene- 

sa\v Mountain. Atlanta campaign. Batteries I and M, ist Ar 
tillery; I3th Battery; 6oth, 78th, I02d, I07th, ugth, I23d, I34th, 
I37th, I4ist, I43d, I49th, I50th and I54th Infantry. 

1571. June 22d Skirmish at Camp Gonzales, Fla. Company M, I4th Cavalry. 

1572. June 23d. Skirmish at Jackson s Mills, Onslow county, N. C. Company G, 

I2th Cavalry; detachment I32d Infantry. 

Action at Jones Bridge, Va. Long Bridge; Crossing of the Chicka- 
hominy. Gen. Sheridan s Trevilian raid. 4th, 6th and 9th Cav 
alry and ist Dragoons. 

Skirmishes at Nottoway Court House, Black s and White s, Stony 
Creek, Va. Raid by Gens. Wilson and Kautz. 2d, 5th, 8th, and 22d 
Cavalry. 

T 575- June 23d. Skirmish at Swansboro, N. C. Company G, I2th Cavalry. 
1576. June 23d. Skirmish at Gloucester Point, Va. Detachment i6th Artillery. 
1577- June 23d. Skirmish at Colliersville, near Memphis, Tenn. I78th Infantry. 

1578. June 23d. Skirmish at Pollard, Ala. Company M, I4th Cavalry. 

1579. June 24th. Skirmish on scout near Morganza, La. 2d Veteran Cavalry. 

1580. June 24th. Skirmish at Charles City Court House, Va. Gen. Sheridan s Tre- 

villian raid. 4th, 6th and Qth Cavalry and ist Dragoons. 

1581. June 24th. Engagement at St. Mary s Church, Va. Gen. Sheridan s Trevillian 

raid. loth Cavalry. 

1582. June 24th. Skirmish at Wood s Mill Hill, Va. 2Oth Cavalry. 
1583- June 24th. Skirmishes at Centreville, Va. i6th Cavalry. 

1584. June 25th. Skirmish at Prince George Court House, Va. 4th Cavalry. 

1585. June 25th. Skirmish at Charles City Court House, Va. Detachment 25th 

Cavalry. 
June 25th. Action at Staunton Bridge, Va. Roanoke Station. Gens. Wilson s 

and Kautz s raid. 3d, 5th, 8th and 22d Cavalry. 
June 25th. Skirmish at Rancho Vico, Tex. Parish Vico. Two companies :8th 

Cavalry. 

June 25th. Skirmish at White Sulphur Springs, Va. ist Veteran Cavalry. 
June 26th. Skirmish at Annandale, Va. i6th Cavalry. 
June 26th. Skirmish at Leetown, Va. ist Cavalry. 
June 26th. Skirmish at Roanoke Station, Va. Stony Creek. Gens. Wilson s 

and Kautz s raid. 3d Cavalry. 

June 26th. Skirmish eight miles from Decatur, Ala. I7th Veteran Infantry. 
June 27th. Skirmish at Big Sewall Mountains, Va. Bushy Ridge, ist and 2ist 

Cavalry. 

June 27th. Engagement at Charlestown, W. Va. ist Cavalry. 
June 27th. Skirmish at Blackwater, Va. Columbia Grove. Gens. Wilson s and 

Kautz s raid. 8th and 22d Cavalry. 
Assault on Kenesaw Mountain, Ga. Battle of Kenesaw Mountain. 

Atlanta campaign. I3th Battery; 6oth, 78th, iO2d, npth, I34th, 

I37th, I49th and I54th Infantry. 
Skirmish at Newtown, Va. Bunker Hill. I5th Cavalry; ist Veteran 

Cavalry. 

1598. June 28th. Skirmish near Moulton, Ala. I7th Veteran Infantry. 

1599. June 28th. Skirmish at Deep Bottom, Va. 9th Cavalry. 

1600. June 28th. Skirmish near Kinston, N. C. I2th Cavalry. 

1601. June 28th. Engagement at Stony Creek Station, Va. Raid by Gens. Wilson 

and Kautz. 2d, 5th, 8th and 22d Cavalry. 



1586. 
1587- 

1588. 
1589- 
1590. 
1591- 

1592. 
I593- 

1594- 
1595- 

1596. June 27th. 
1597- June 28th. 



246 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 

1602. June 2gth. Skirmish at Moulton, Ala. I7th Veteran Infantry. 

1603. June 29th-30th. Engagement at Ream s Station, Va. Rowanty Creek; Stony 

Creek. Gens. Wilson s and Kautz s raid. 2d, 3d, 5th, 8th and 22d 
Cavalry. 

1604. June 30th. Skirmish at Ream s Station, Va. loth Cavalry. 

1605. June 30th. Skirmish at Seal s Plantation, La. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

1606. July 1st. Skirmish near Martinsburg, W. Va. Winchester. 2ist Cavalry; 

2pth and 32d Batteries. 

1607. July ist. Skirmish at Light House Point, Va. loth Cavalry. 

1608. July 2d. Skirmishes on James Island, S. C. I03d Infantry, Maj. Morrison. 

1609. July 2d. Skirmish at Gaines Mills, Va. loth Cavalry. 

1610. July 2d. Skirmish at Bunker Hill, W. Va. Berryville. Detachments of isth 

and 2ist Cavalry; ist Veteran Cavalry. 

1611. July 2d. Skirmish near Martinsburg, W. Va. Shepherdstown; Leetown. ist 

Veteran Cavalry. 

1612. July 2d. Skirmish near Bolivar Heights, W. Va. I5th Cavalry. 

1613. July 2d. Attack on Fort Johnson and Battery Simkins, Charleston Harbor, 

S. C. I27th Infantry, Maj. Little. 

1614. July 2d. Skirmish at Haulover Cut, Sea Brook Island, S. C. i44th Infantry, 

Col. W. J. Slidell. 

1615. July 3d. Skirmish at Leetown and Martinsburg, Va. ist, I5th and ist Vet 

eran Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Buckton, W. Va. Shepherdstown. 2ist Cavalry. 
Skirmish at South Quay, Va. Companies D, I and K, 2oth Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Marietta, Ga. Atlanta campaign. I34th Infantry. 
Skirmish at Sharpsburg, Md. ist Veteran Cavalry. 
Action at Chambersburg, Pa. Battery A, ist Artillery. 
Skirmish at Pleasant Valley, Md. 2ist Cavalry, 
th. Skirmishes at John s Island, and attack on Battery Pringle, 

S. C. Batteries B and F, 3d Artillery; detachment ist Engineers; 

54th, 56th, I44th and I57th Infantry. 

1623. July 4th-8th. Engagement at Harper s Ferry, W. Va. Maryland Heights. 

Detachment ist Cavalry; 2d and 3d Battalions, 5th Artillery, 
Col. Graham; 29th, 30th, 3ist and 32d Batteries. 

1624. July 5th. Skirmish at Solomon s Gap, W. Va. 21 st Cavalry. 

1625. July 5th. Skirmish at Aldie, Va. I3th Cavalry. 

1626. July 5th. Skirmish at Williamsport, Md. ist Cavalry. 

1627. July 5th. Skirmish at La Grange, Tenn. I78th Infantry. 

1628. July 6th. Skirmish at Sandy Hook, Md. ist Veteran Cavalry 

1629. July 6th. Skirmish at Aldie, Va. i3th and i6th Cavalry. 

1630. July 7th. Engagement near Ripley, Miss. I78th Infantry. 

1631. July 7th. Engagement at John s Island, S. C. Battery B, 3d Artillery. 

1632. July 7th. Skirmish at Tupelo, Miss. I78th Infantry. 

1633. July 7th. Skirmish at Brownsville, Md. 2ist Cavalry. 

1634. July 8th. Skirmish at Blackwater, Va. 8th Cavalry. 

1635. July 8th. Skirmish at Frederick City, Md. ist Cavalry. 

1636. July 9th. Skirmish at Aldie, Va. I3th Cavalry. 

1637. July 9th. Skirmish at Ashby s Gap, Va. ist Cavalry. 

1638. July 9th. Battle of Monocacy, Md. 



1616. July 


3d. 


1617. July 


3d. 


1618. July 


3d. 


1619. July 


4th. 


1620. July 


4th. 


1621. July 


4th. 


1622. July 


4th- 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



247 



1864. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




o 




o 




o 


a 

"rt 


TIONS. 










C. 


g 


e 




e 




60 








i 




o 
O 


In u 


u 


01 O 




- 


M O 

















"2 


SE 


Is 




"5 


8 








O 




C 


w 


c 


a 





a 




9th Art.. 


2, McClennan. . 


3, Ricketts. .. . 


6 


Col. Wm. H. Seward, Jr., (w), Lt.- 
























Col. E. P. Taft (w), 1st and 3d 


























1 


1? 


5 


84 




99 


201 


106th Inf.. 


1, Truax 


3, Ricketts. . . . 





Capt. E. M. Paine (w), Capt. M. J. 
























Chamberlain (w), Capt. Samuel 


























2 


14 


fl 


7(1 




44 


133 


151st Inf. . 


1, Truax 


3, Ricketts 


6 


Col. W. Emerson 




24 


1 


44 




32 


101 










Total . 


a 


50 


g 


198 




175 


435 










Total loss of Union forces engaged 












557 




in 


113 


36 


567 


11 


1294 



1645. July I3th. 



1639. July ioth. Skirmish at Prince George Court House, Va. ioth Cavalry. 

1640. July nth. Skirmish at Surrey Court House, Va. ist Mounted Rifles, Lt.-Col. 

Patton. 

1641. July nth-i2th. Skirmish at Frederick, Md. 2ist Cavalry. 

1642. July I2th. Skirmish at Pattersonville, La. i8th Cavalry. 

1643. July I2th. Skirmish at Lee s Station, Va. Lee s Mills, ioth Cavalry. 

1644. July nth-i3th. Attack on Washington, D. C. Includes Forts Stevens and 

De Russy. 25th Cavalry; 2d Battalion, 9th Artillery; 43d, 49th, 

62d, 6sth, 67th, 77th; Companies B, E, G and K, H4th; I2ist, 

I22d, I33d and I53d Infantry. 
Skirmish at Chattahootchie River, Ga. Atlanta campaign. I34th 

Infantry. 

Skirmish at White s Ford, Va. ist Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Prince George Court House, Va. gth Cavalry. 
Engagement at Tupelo, Miss. i78th Infantry. 
Skirmish at Centreville, La. i8th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Lovett s Mills, Va. ist Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Hillsboro, Va. Snickersville Gap. 2ist Cavalry. 
i6th. Skirmishes near Oldtown Creek, Miss. I78th Infantry. 
Skirmish at Prince George Court House, Va. ioth Cavalry. 
Affair at Purcellsville, near Hillsboro and Aldie, Va. Capture of 

part of Gen. Early s wagon train, ist and 2ist Cavalry. 

1655. July i6th. Engagement at John s Island, S. C. Battery B, 3d Artillery. 

1656. July I7th-i8th. Engagement at Snicker s Gap Ferry or Ford, Va. ist, isth 

and 2ist Cavalry; ist Battalion (Companies A, B, C and D), 5th 
Artillery, Lt.-Col. Murray (w, m), Capt. H. L. Emmons. 
T 6s7. July i8th. Skirmish at Ream s Station, Va. 6th Cavalry. 

1658. July i8th. Skirmish at Lee s Mills, Va. 4th Cavalry. 

1659. July i8th. Skirmish at Franklin, La. i8th and 2d Veteran Cavalry. 

1660. July iSth-igth. Skirmishes at Chattahootchie River, Ga. Atlanta campaign. 

Detachment I02d Infantry, Capt. B. Van Buren. 

1661. July igth. Engagement at Ashby s Gap and Ford, Va. ist, isth and 2ist 

Cavalry. 

1662. July igth. Action at Charlestown, W. Va. 3Oth and 3ist Batteries. 

1663. July igth. Skirmish at the Crossing of Peachtree Creek, Ga. Atlanta cam 

paign. I3th Battery; I34th. I37th and I4gth Infantry. 

1664. July igth. Skirmish at Orange Grove Plantation, La. Pickett s nth Cavalry. 

1665. July 20th. Skirmish at Snicker s Ferry, Va. I33d and i6oth Infantry. 

1666. July 20th. Skirmish at Salem, Va. 21 st Cavalry. 



1646. July 


I4th. 


1647. July 


I4th. 


1648. July 


I4th. 


1649. July 


I4th. 


1650. July 


15th. 


1651. July 


I5th. 


1652. July 


1 5th- 


653- Jly 


i6th. 


1654. July 


i6th. 



248 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 

1667. July 20th. Battle of Peachtree Creek, Ga. Atlanta campaign. (See table 
following.) 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


B. 

a 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


a 

4> ri 

-M C 
M 

1 E 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
jj men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


1st Art.: 
Bat y I.. 
Bat y M. 

13th Bat y. 
60th Inf.. 


Woodbury. . . 
Woodbury. . . 

Aleshire 
3 Ireland .... 


1, Williams... 
1, Williams... 

2, Geary 
2, Geary 


M 
20 

20 
20 


Lieut. Chas. E. Winegar 




1 








4 

12 
4 
53 
19 
8 
53 

44 
18 
46 

70 
48 
51 
33 

7 


Capt. J. D. Woodbury (c), Lieut. E. P. 
Newkirk 




1 




1 




.... 


Lieut. Henry Bundy 
Col. Abel Godard 




3 


1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

2 
1 
1 

6 
2 
1 
2 

1 


9 
3 
25 
15 
7 
39 

12 
14 
19 

50 
39 
22 
25 

4 






102d Inf. . 


3, Ireland. . . . 


2, Geary 


20 


Col. Herbert Hammerstein 




7 
3 


1 


19 


107th Inf.. 
119th Inf. . 
123d Inf 


2, Ruger 
2, Jones 


1, Williams. . . 


20 


Col. Nirom M. Crane 




2, Geary 
1, Williams . . 


20 
20 










Lt -Col James C Rogers 


2 


10 
5 
2 
8 

12 
6 
16 
3 

1 






134th Inf. . 
136th Inf. . 
137th Inf. . 
141st Inf.. 

143d Inf.. 
149th Inf.. 
150th Inf. 


2, Jones 
3, Wood, Jr. . 
3, Ireland 
1, Knipe 

3, Robinson. . 
3. Ireland 
2 Ruger 


2, Geary 
3, Ward 
2, Geary 
1, Williams. . . 

1, Williams... 
2, Geary 
1 Williams . 


20 
20 
20 
20 

20 
20 
20 


Lt.-Col. A. H. Jackson (w), Capt. Clin- 


1 


24 
1 

18 


Col. J. Wood, Jr. (c), Lt.-Col. L. B. 
Faulkner 




Col. David Ireland (c), Lt.-Col. K. S. 




Col. Wm. K. Logic (k), Lt.-Col. A. J. 
McNett (w), Capt. E. G. Baldwin, 


2 
1 

2 








Col. Henry A. Barnum 


2 


10 
3 

1 


154th Inf.. 




2 Geary 


20 


Col Patrick H Jones (c), Lt -Col D B 










Allen 


Total . 


7 


78 


22 


287 


76 472 





1668. July 2ist. Skirmish at Deep Bottom, Va. 4th Cavalry. 

1669. July 21 st. Skirmish on Richmond and Petersburg Railroad, Va. ist Mounted 

Rifles. 

1670. July 2ist-22d. Skirmish at Fifteen Mile House, Fort Hutchinson, Fla. Com 

pany M, I4th Cavalry, Capt. Schmidt. 

1671. July 2ist-Sept. 2d. Investment and Capture of Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta campaign. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 


e 


o 


l. 


T3 


V- 


c 


o 

rt 








: 




:, 
O 


c/3 0) 


V 

o 


v. o 


V 
O 


~<r. 


C 








Wt 




te 


"2 ^ 






-?.* 


M 















w 


O 


W 


_ 


W 




1st Art.: 
























Bat y I . 


Reynolds. . . . 







Mai. John A. Reynolds (c), Lt. Chas. 


























i 


1 




2 






5 


Bat y M. 


Reynolds. . . 




Tl 


Capt. John D. Woodbury 
















13th Bat y. 


Reynolds. . . . 




20 


Capt. Henry Bundy 






1 








1 


17th V Inf 




2 Davis 


1-t 


Capt. Wm. T. C. Grower 




2 




is 






17 


60th Inf 


3 Ireland 


2 Geary 


>o 


Col A Godard, Capt. Thomas Elliott. . 






1 








6 


102d Inf. . 


3, Ireland 


2, Geary 


20 


Col. Herbert Hammerstein 








2 




2 


4 


107th Inf. . 


2, Ruger 


1, Williams... 


"0 


Col. Nirom M. Crane 




3 




fi 






9 


119th Inf. . 
123d Inf. . 


2, Jones 
1, Knipe 


2, Geary 
1, Williams . . 


20 

20 


Col. John T. Lockman 
Lt.-Col. James C. Rogers 




"i 




2 
3 






4 


134th Inf.. 
136th Inf.. 


2, Tones 
3, Wood, Jr. . 


2, Geary 
3, Ward 


20 
20 


Capt. Clinton C. Brown 
Col. J. Wood, Jr. (c), Lt.-Col. L. B. 




1 




2 






3 










Faulkner, Maj. H. L. Arnold 




1 




2 






4 


137th Inf. . 


3, Ireland .... 


2, Geary 


20 


Col. D. Ireland (c), Lt.-Col. K. S. Van 
Voorhees. . . 








i 






1 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



249 



1864. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




o 








T) 


V 

rt 








c 




u 

0) 


M C 

f. V 


| 


-*_> c 

w <u 


c 
o 


4~> C 


bo 
2 













IE 


c b 


ig 


"5 ^ 


|g 


"c ^ 


bo 








J 




O 


W 


: 


M 


Z 


W 




141st Inf.. 


1, Knipe 


I, Williams... 


20 


Capt. E. G. Baldwin, Capt. A. J. Comp- 
























ton 








1 






1 


143d Inf.. 


3, Robinson. . 


1, Williams... 


20 


Col. Horace Boughton (c), Lt.-Col. H. 
























Watkins, Maj. John Higgins 




1 




5 






6 


149th Inf.. 


3, Ireland. ... 


2, Getty. . 


JO 


Col. Henry A. Barnum 




1 




8 






9 


150th Inf.. 


2, Ruger 


1, Williams... 


2() 


Col. John H. Ketcham 




1 




6 






7 


154th Inf.. 


2, Jones 


2, Geary 


20 


Col. Patrick H. Jones (c), Lt.-Col. 
























Daniel B. Allen, Maj. Lewis D. 
























Warner 
























Total 
















1 


12 


- 


62 


2 


79 





1672. July 236. Engagement at Kearnstown, Va. Winchester, Middletown. ist 

Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Adams; I5th Cavalry; 2ist Cavalry, Maj. Jennings. 
J 673. July 23d. Skirmish at Rancho San Pedro, near Brownsville, Tex. Companies 

A and F, i8th Cavalry. 
1674. July 24th-25th. Skirmish at Winchester, Va. ist, I5th, 2ist and ist Veteran 

Cavalry; ist Battalion, 5th Artillery. 
J 67S- July 25th. Skirmishes at Gerrardtown and Bunker Hill, W. Va. ist and 2ist 

Cavalry; 30th and 3ist Batteries. 

1676. July 25th. Engagement at Martinsburg, W. Va. ist, I5th, 2ist and ist Veteran 

Cavalry; ist Battalion, 5th Artillery; 30th and 3ist Batteries. 

1677. July 25th. Skirmish at Beech Grove, N. C. QQth Infantry. 

1678. July 26th-2Qth. Engagement at Deep Bottom, Va. Bailey s Creek; north of 

James River; Strawberry Plain. Includes New Market Road, 
July 27th; Fussell s Mills, Centre and Charles City Roads, July 
28th-2Qth. (See table following.) 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


a 
ft 

o 

u 

AJ. 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Officers. | If: 


Enlisted w - 
men. * 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 

men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


3d Cav. . 
4th Cav 


1 West 












1 






1 

1 

8 
4 
12 
6 


1 Torbert 


Col L P Di Cesnola. . . . 








1 






6th Cav. 




1 Torbert 


Cav 

^av 

Cav 
Cav 

AJ. 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 

t 

i 
1 

2 


Col. T. C. Devin (c), Lt.-Col. W. H. 
Crocker . . . . 




1 
1 
1 


1 


6 
3 

10 
6 






9th Cav. . 
10th Cav. . 
1st Drag . 
1st M ted 
Rifles. . 


2 Devin 
. Da vies, Jr. . 
Res.; Merritt. . 


1 Torbert... 
2 Gregg. . . . 
1 Torbert... 


Lt.-Col. George S. Nichols 
Maj. Matthew H. Avery 
Col Alfred Gibbs 






.... 


Troops B and M, Capt. Thomas Free- 














1st Art y 
Bat y G. 
2d Art . . 
4th Art . . 
7th Art . . 
8th Art . . 
llth Bat y. 
12th Bat y. 
50th Eng. . 






















1, Miles 
Hazard 
4, Broady 
2, Murphy. . . . 


1, Barlow. . . 

1, Barlow. . . 
2, Gibbon. . . 






1 




7 




8 
"2 


16 
"8 


Companies D and L 




"? 




4 
































Hazard 




Capt. George F. McKnight 
1st Battalion, Maj. Wesley Brainerd. 
Lt.-Col. Anthony Pokorney, four 
















7th V. Inf. 
10th Inf. . 

39th Inf.. 
40th Inf.. 
62d Inf.. 


Cons.; Crandell 
3, Smyth 

Cons.; Crandell 
1, DeTrobrianc 
Cons. ; Crandel! 


1, Barlow. . . 
2, Gibbon.. . 

1, Barlow. . . 
3, Mott 
1, Barlow. . . 
















Lt.-Col. Geo. F. Hopper, six com- 












Col. Augustus Funk 
Capt. M. M. Cannon, six companies. . 
Maj. H. P. Ritzius 






l 


2 
1 






2 
2 







250 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


IH 
O 

c 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Knlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


57th Inf.. 
59th Inf. . 
61st Inf 


Cons.; Crandell 
1, Pierce 
1, Miles 


1, Barlow. . . 
2, Gibbon.. . 


2 

2 
2 

2 
2 
? 


Capt. Orlando F. Middleton 
















Lt -Col H P Rugg 








s 




12 

1 
1 


20 

2 
1 


Lt.-Col. K. Oscar Broady (c, 4th Bri 
gade), Maj. George W. Scott 








1 




63d Inf.. 
64th Inf.. 
66th Inf. . 


Cons. ; Crandell 
4, Broady 
4, Broady 


1, Barlow. . . 
1, Barlow. . . 
1 Barlow. . 














Maj W Glenny 
















4 




4 




1 


9 


69th Inf.. 

72d Inf.. 
73d Inf.. 

74th Inf. . 

75th Inf.. 


Cons.; Crandell 

3, McAllister. . 
1, DeTrobriand 

1, DeTrobriand 
1, Birge 


1, Barlow. . . 

3, Mott 
3, Mott 

3, Mott 
2, Grover. . . 


2 

2 
2 

2 

19 
2 
2 

2 
10 
2 

? 


Lt.-Col. James E. McGee, six corn- 












One company, with 120th N. Y. Vols 
Eight companies, Lt.-Col. W. W. 


















1 


1 


1 






3 


Five companies, Maj. A. L. Lock- 
wood, 120th N. Y. Vols 








Lt.-Col. Willoughby Babcock 
















86th Inf. . 
88th Inf. . 

93d Inf.. 
100th Inf. . 


1, DeTrobriand 
Cons.; Crandell 

2, Chaplin. . . . 
3, Foster 


3, Mott 
1, Barlow. . . 

3, Mott 
1, Terry. . . . 


















Lt.-Col. Denis F. Burke, four com 
panies 
















Lt -Col B C Butler 
















Col. George B Dandy 


1 






1 






6 


108th Inf.. 
lllth Inf. . 


3, Smyth 
Cons.; Crandell 


2, Gibbon... 
1, Barlow. . . 


Lt.-Col. Francis E. Pierce (c, 1st 
Brigade), Capt. William H. An- 














Maj. Lewis W Husk 
















120th Inf. . 
124th Inf.. 
125th Inf.. 

126th Inf.. 
152d Inf.. 


3, McAllister. . 
1, DeTrobriand 
Cons.; Crandell 

Cons.; Crandell 
t, Pierce 


3, Mott 
3, Mott 
1, Barlow. . . 

1, Barlow. . . 
2, Gibbon. . . 


2 
2 
2 

2 

2 
2 
2 


Lt -Col T R Tappan 




1 




1 






2 


Col Charles H Weygant 














Col. Levin Crandell (c), Maj. Joseph 
Hyde 
















Capt Sandford H Platt 














Maj. Timothy O Brien 














155th Inf. . 
164th Inf. . 
165th Inf. . 


2, Murphy. . . . 
2, Murphy. . . . 


2, Gibbon. . . 
2, Gibbon... 


Col. H. C. Flood 
Capt Bernard O Reilly 
































170th Inf.. 
182d Inf.. 


2, Murphy. . . . 
2, Murphy. . . . 


2, Gibbon... 
2, Gibbon... 


2 
2 


Col. j. P. Mclvor. . 
Col. M. Murphy (c), Capt. John 
Coonan 








1 






1 


Total 


1 


12 


3 


63 








1 


25 
81 


105 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


1 


61 


21 


316 


5 


488 



1679. July 
1680. July 

1681. July 
1682. July 
1683. July 
1684. July 
1685. July 
1686. July 

1687. July 


27th. 
28th. 

2Qth. 
2Qth. 
20. th. 
2Qth. 

30th. 
30th. 
30th. 



Skirmish at Bloomer s Gap, Va. Detachment ist Cavalry. 
Action at Morganza, La. Morgan s Ferry, Atchafalaya River. 2cl 
Veteran Cavalry, Col. Chrysler (w) ; 2ist Battery, Capt. Barnes. 
Skirmish at Highland Stockade, near Baton Rouge, La. I4th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Amite River, La., by scouts of nth Cavalry, 
Skirmish at Winton, N. C. Companies D, I and K, 20th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Burke s Station, Va. i6th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Lee s Mills, Va. loth Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Chambersburg, Pa. Battery A, ist Artillery. 
The Crater or Mine Explosion, Va. Before Petersburg. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding officers. 














o 
cd 


TIONS. 










E 


4J C 


i 


5 p 


IH 


e 


CO 








8 

~ 




V 

u 


y o 

^ 


:. 
u 
~ 


|e 


U 


M 

^s 


M 

to 








o 




5 


a 


C 


a 





a 




24th Cav. . 


2. Humphrey. . 


3, Wilcox. . 


9 


Lt.-Col. Walter C. Xewberry; dismounted 






2 


7 






9 


2d M ted 
























Riflles. . 


1. Bliss 


2, Potter. . . 


9 


Dismounted; Mai. Wm. H. Mapes 




10 


2 


29 




7 


48 


14th Art . . 


2, Marshall.... 


1, Ledlie.. . 


9 


Col. Elisha G. Marshall (c, m), Capts. 
























C. H. Houghton and L. I. Jones. . . . 


1 


9 


2 


42 


3 


75 


132 


19th Bat v. 


Monroe . . . 


9 










1 






1 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



251 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




o 

9 



10 

y 

10 

10 

9 
9 

10 
10 

10 
10 

10 

9 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed . 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


27th Bat y. 
34th Bat y. 
3d Inf.. 
46th Inf.. 
47th Inf 






















Capt Jacob Roemer 
















1, Curtis 
2, Humphrey. . 
o Coan 


2, Turner. . 
3, Wilcox.. 








2 








2 
24 
1C 

30 
33 
53 
14 

25 
2 

14 
19 

56 


Lt.-Col. George W. Travers 
Capt Charles A Moore 




3 
1 


2 


19 
13 








2 

3 
2 

18 


4Sth Inf.. 
51st Inf 


2, Coan 
1 Bliss 


2, Turner. . 
2 Potter . 


Lt.-Col. Wm. B. Coan (c), Maj. Samuel 
M. Swartwout (k), Capt. Jas. M. 
Nichols 


2 
1 
1 


4 
9 
10 
1 

2 

1 
1 

3 


"2 

1 

3 
1 
2 


21 
21 
22 
12 

15 

2 

11 

8 

18 




Maj John G. Wright 


109th Inf.. 
112th Inf.. 
115th Inf.. 

117th Inf.. 
142d Inf.. 

169th Inf.. 
179th Inf.. 


1, Hartranft.. . 
1, Curtis 
3, Bell 

1, Curtis 
1, Curtis 

3, Bell . . . 
2, Marshall .... 


3, Wilcox.. 

2, Turner. . 
2, Turner. . 

2, Turner. . 
2, Turner. . 

2, Turner. . 
1, Ledlie. . . 


Col. I. S. Catlin (w), Lt.-Col. P. B. Stilson 
Lieut. John F. Smith 
Col. S. Sammons (w), Lt.-Col. N. J. 




5 


Lt.-Col. Rufus Daggett 
Col. N. M. Curtis (c), Lt.-Col. A. M. 


1 
1 

2 


Lt.-Col. James A. Colvin 
Maj. John Barton (w), Capt. Albert A. 
Terrill 




9 
31 


Total 


9 


51 

449 


17 


222 


3 


154 


454 


Total loss of Union forces engaged . . 


55 


112 


1739 


79 


1334 


3798 



1688. July 3ist. 



1689. Aug. 

1690. Aug. 

1691. Aug. 

1692. Aug. 

1693. Aug. 



I St. 

3d. 
3d. 
4 th. 
5th. 



1694. Aug. 7th. 



1695. Aug. 

1696. Aug. 

1697. Aug. 

1698. Aug. 



7th. 
8th. 

8th. 
9th. 



1699. Aug. 10th. 



1 700. Aug. 

1701. Aug. 

1702. Aug. 



1703. Aug. 

1704. Aug. 

1705. Aug. 



loth, 
loth, 
nth. 



nth. 
I2th. 
I2th. 



1706. Aug. I2th. 



Affair at Orange Grove Plantation, La. Pickett s nth Cavalry, 
Maj. S. P. Remington. 

Skirmish at Malvern Hill, Va. 3d Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Dufneld Station, Va. ist Veteran Cavalry. 

Skirmish at New River, La. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Fairfax Station, Va. :6th Cavalry. 

Engagement at Doyal s Plantation, opposite Donaldsonville, La. 
Six companies nth Cavalry, Maj. Remington. 

Skirmish at Moorefield, W. Va. South Branch; Old Fields, Hardy 
county. Detachment ist Cavalry, Capt. Jones. 

Skirmish near Fairfax Station, Va. i6th Cavalry. 

Action near Fall s Church, Va. Braddock Road; Fairfax Station. 
Detachments I3th and i6th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Shepherdstown, W. Va. 1st Dragoons. 

Skirmish at Maringuin Bayou, La. 2d Veteran Cavalry, Lt.-Col. 
Gurney. 

Engagement near Winchester, Va. Berryville and Winchester 
Pike; Millwood; Opequon. 4th, 6th and 9th Cavalry and ist 
Dragoons. 

Skirmish at Blue Ridge Mountains, Va. Detachment I3th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Rosedale, La. 2d Veteran Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Gurney. 

Skirmishes on Millwood Pike, Va. Near Berryville; near Middle- 
town; Front Royal and Winchester Pike; White Post; near New- 
town. 4th, 6th and 9th Cavalry and ist Dragoons. 

Skirmish near Strasburg, Va. I5th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Guiam s Ford, N. C. 20th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Cedar Creek, Va. Berryville. ist Dragoons; 4th, 6th 
and gth Cavalry; ist Veteran Cavalry; 2d Battalion (Companies 
E, F, G and H), 5th Artillery, Maj. Caspar Urban; ist Battery; 
62d Infantry. 
Skirmish at Lebanon, Va. 6th Cavalry. 



252 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 

1707. Aug. I3th. Skirmish near Berryville, Va. Middletown, near Cedar Creek. 4th, 

6th and gth Cavalry. 

1708. Aug. I3th. Engagement at Dutch Gap, Va. Companies A, B, C, F, G and K, 

i6th Artillery; detachment ist Engineers; i6pth Infantry. 

1709. Aug. I3th-I4th. Engagement at Hurricane Creek, Miss. I78th Infantry. 

1710. Aug. I4th. Skirmish near Berryville, Va. pth Cavalry. 

1711. Aug. I4th. Skirmish at Annandale, Va. i6th Cavalry. 

1712. Aug. I4th. Skirmish at Halltown, W. Va. I59th Infantry. 

1713. Aug. I4th. Skirmish at Clarksville, Tex. Companies A and F, i8th Cavalry. 

1714. Aug. I4th-I5th. Skirmish at Strasburg, Va. ist Cavalry. 

1715. Aug. I4th-i8th. Battle of Strawberry Plains, Va. Deepbottom; north side of 

James River. Includes Charles City Cross Roads, Fussell s Mills, 
Newmarket and Malvern Hill Roads, Jenning s House, Four Mile 
Run, Deep Creek, Kingsland and Varina Roads, Darbytown and 
Long Bridge Roads; White Tavern, Aug. I4th; Fussell s Mills, 
White Tavern and Deep Creek, Aug. i6th; and Fussell s Mills, 
Aug. iSth. (See table following.) 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


in 
O. 
I* 

o 
U 

Cav 
AJ. 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
10 

2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
10 
10 

2 
2 
2 

2 

2 
2 
? 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


: 1 Enlisted 
: 1 men. 


10th Cav. . 
ist M ted 
Rifles.. . 


1, Stedman. . . 


2, Gregg. . . 


Lt.-Col. Matthew H. Avery 

Troops B and M, Capt. Thomas Free- 
born; escort to Gen. Birney 








4 




4 


1st Art.: 
Bat y G. 
2d Art . . 
4th Art . . 
7th Art . . 
8th Art. . 
16th Art . . 

llth Bat y. 
7th V. Inf 
10th Inf. . 

39th Inf.. 
40th Inf.. 
47th Inf.. 
48th Inf. . 

52d Inf.. 
57th Inf.. 
59th Inf. . 

61st Inf.. 

63d Inf.. 
64th Inf.. 
66th Inf. . 




2, Smyth. . 
1, Barlow. . 
1, Barlow. . 
1, Barlow. . 
2, Smyth. . 
1, Terry. . . 

1, Barlow. . 


Capt. Nelson Ames 
















1, Miles... 
1, Miles.... 
4, Broad y. . 
2, Murphy. 
2, Hawley. 


Maj George Hogg 


1 


3 
3 
4 


3 
1 


36 
15 
14 




17 


60 
19 
22 
13 

10 
1 
27 

1 

5 


Lt.-Col. Thomas Allcock 


Maj. J. M. Murphy 






4 


Lt.-Col. J. B. Baker 




1 




1? 




Maj. F. W. Prince; Cos. A, B, C, F, 
G, K and M 




9 




=; 




3 


Capt. John E. Burton 








1 




Cons.; Crandell 
3, Pierce 

Cons. ; Crandell 
1, DeTrobriand 
2, Coan 
2, Coan 

Cons.; Crandel! 
Cons.; Crandell 
1, Macy 

1, Miles 

Cons.; Crandell 
4, Broady 
4, Broady 


1, Barlow. . 
2, Smyth. . 

1, Barlow. . 
3, Mott 
2, Turner. . 
2, Turner. . 

1, Barlow. . 
1, Barlow. . 
2, Smyth. . 

1, Barlow.. 

1, Barlow. . 
1, Barlow. . 
1, Barlow. . 


Five companies, Lt.-Col. A. Pokorny. . 
Six companies, Lt.-Col. Geo. F. Hop 
per 




2 


1 


11 
1 




13 


Six companies, Capt. D. A. Allen. . . . 








>> 






Capt. M. M. Cannon 














Capt. Charles A. Moore 




2 
1 


2 

2 


8 

30 

? 




34 
22 


46 

58 
2 
3 

23 

14 
11 
4 
5 
6 


Lt.-Col. W. B. Coan (c); Capt. J. M. 

Nichols 


a 


Six companies, Maj. H. P. Ritzius. . . . 


Capt Orlando F Middleton 






1 
2 


1 

16 
>; 




1 
5 

7 
1 
2 


Lt.-Col. H. P. Rugg (c), Capt. G. W. 
Ryerson 






Lt.-Col. K. O. Broady (c, 4th Brig.), 
Maj G W Scott 




> 


Maj. John H. Gleason, six companies. 
Major W. Glenny 


i 






10 
1 
5 




69th Inf. . 
72d Inf.. 
73d Inf.. 
86th Inf. . 
88th Inf.. 

93d Inf.. 
100th Inf.. 
108th Inf. . 

lllth Inf.. 
115th Inf. . 

120th Inf. . 
124th Inf.. 
125th Inf.. 

126th Inf.. 
152d Inf.. 


Cons.; Crandell 
3, McAllister. . 
1, DeTrobriand 
) , DeTrobriand 
Cons.; Crandell 

2, Craig 
3, Foster 
3. Pierce 

Cons. ; Crandell 
3, Osborne. . . . 

3, McAllister. . 
1, DeTrobriand 
Cons.; Crandell 

Cons.; Crandell 
1, Macy 


1, Barlow. . 
3, Mott 
3, Mott 
3, Mott.... 
1, Barlow. . 

3, Mott 
1, Terry. . . 
2, Smyth. . 

1, Barlow. . 
2, Turner. . 

3, Mott 
3, Mott 
1, Barlow. . 

1, Barlow. . 
2. Smyth. . 


2 
2 
2 
2 

2 

2 
10 
2 

2 
10 

2 
2 
2 

2 
2. 


Six companies, Capt. Richard Moroney 
One company, with 120th N. Y. Vols. . 




1 


1 


4 










Col. Wm. R. Brewster 
Lt.-Col Jacob H. Lansing 




2 




2 
? 






4 
3 

13 

71 
81 

1 


Lt.-Col. Denis F. Burke, five com 
panies 




1 




1? 






Lt.-Col B C Butler 




2 

6 


2 
1 


16 
49 

1 


i 


51 
24 


Col. George B. Dandy 
Lt.-Col. F. E. Pierce (c), Capt. W. H. 
Andrews. 




Maj. Lewis W. Husk 














Lt.-Col. Nathan J. Johnson (w), Maj. 
Ezra L. Walrath (c, w) 


i 


4 


4 


40 




24 


73 


Lt.-Col. J. R. Tappan 


Col. Charles H Weygant 






1 
1 


2 

5 
? 






3 

6 
4 
27 


Col. Levin Crandell (c), Lt.-Col. Jos. 
Hyde... 










Capt. Ira Hart Wilder 




? 






Capt. Wm. S. Burt 




1 




10 




16 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



2 53 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


w 

c. 

o 
o 

2 
2 
10 

2 
2 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


Wn d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


| Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


155th Inf. . 
164th Inf.. 
169th Inf.. 
170th Inf.. 
182d Inf.. 


2, Murphy. . . . 
2, Murphy. . . . 
3, Osborne. . . . 
2, Murphy. . . . 
2, Murphy. . . . 


2. Smyth. . 
2, Smyth. . 
2, Turner. . 
2, Smyth. . 
2, Smyth. . 


Lt.-Col. John Byrne 






4 






4 

1 
23 

8 

9 


Capt. Bernard O Reilly 








i 






Lt.-Col. James A. Colvin 


1 


3 
1 

? 


2 
1 


16 
6 

fi 




1 


Col. J. P. Mclvor 
Col. Matthew Murphy (c), Capt. John 
Coonan 






Total 










1 
Lfl 


225 
705 


7 
24 


46 
303 


IT, 

133 


361 
1718 


665 
2899 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 



1716. Aug. isth-i6th. Skirmishes near Front Royal, Crooked Run, Charlestown, Va. 

White Post; Cedarville; Chester Gap; Stony Point. 4th, 6th and 
9th Cavalry; ist Dragoons. 

1717. Aug. i6th. Skirmish at Berryville, Va. ist Veteran Cavalry. 

1718. Aug. i6th. Skirmish at Hurricane Creek, Miss. I78th Infantry. 

1719. Aug. i6th. Skirmish at Gross Tete, La. 26. Veteran Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Gurney. 

1720. Aug. I7th. Skirmish at Cox s Ferry, James River, Va. Detachment i6th Ar 

tillery. 

1721. Aug. I7th. Skirmish at Old Tollgate, Va. 9th Cavalry. 

1722. Aug. I7th. Skirmish near Winchester, Va. Milltown; Smithfield. 2d, 5th, 8th 

and 22d Cavalry. 

1723. Aug. i8th. Skirmish at Front Royal, Va. 9th Cavalry. 

1724. Aug. iSth. Skirmish on Winchester Turnpike, near Berryville, Va. Smithfield. 

22d Cavalry. 

1725. Aug. i8th-2ist. Battle of Weldon Road, Va. Vaughn Road; Globe Tavern; 

Six Mile House; Yellow House; Blick s Station. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TION S. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 


G 


o 
1" r 





o 

r 


C 


73 

,- 


V 

u 
a 

to 








& 
o 




-_ 
o 

i 


r r. -~ 
^ 


E 
o 

f& 


u-. v 

=5* 


8.sg 

; = 


Si 

bo 

M 













-j 


W 


C 


W 





w 


< 


3.1 Cav.. 


1, West 


Kautz 


AJ. 


Col. Geo. W. Lewis... 




1 








2 


3 


10th Cav 




Gregg 


A P| Lt.-Col. Matthew H. Averv 
















24th Cav 




3 Willcox 


9 


Dismounted; Lt.-Col. W. C. Newberry. 






? 


5 




6 


13 


2d M ted 
























Rifles 


1 Bliss 


2 Potter . 


9 


Dismounted; Maj. John H. Fralick. . . 












1 


1 


1st Art.: 
























Bat y B 


Wainwright . . 




5 


1st Lieut. R. E. Roeers. . 




1 




1 






2 


Bat y C 






5 Cant Almont Barnes 








? 






2 


Bat y D 






5 


Lieut. L. J. Richardson 
















Bat y H 






5 


Capt Chas E Mink 




1 


1 








2 


Bat y L 






5 






1 




? 






3 


14th Art 






5 


Maj Geo M Randall 




fi 


3 


37 




3 


49 


15th Art. . 


3, Wiedrich . . . 


2, Ayres. . . 


6 


Lt.-Col. M. Wiedrich (c, w), Capt. W. 
























D Dickey 




n 


" 


Wi 




) 


93 


15th Bat y 


Wainwright. . . 




5 


Capt. Patrick Hart 




2 




9 






11 


19th Bat y 




2 Potter. . . 


9 


















1st Batt n 
























Sh rps s 
5th V. Inf 




4, Cutler. . . 
2, Ayres. . . 


5 
5 


Capt John B McDonald (m) 










a 


50 


53 


1, Hays 


Col. P. Winthrop (c, w), Capt. H. 


















Schieckhardt (w), Capt. C. S. Mont- 





























n 


7 


4 f, 


i 


55 


119 


44th Inf 


3 Gwyn 


1 Griffin 


5 














4 


4 


46th Inf.. 


2, Humphrey. . 


3] Willcox.. 


9|Lt.-CoJ. Geo. W. Travers 




3 


1! 


6 




1 


12 


51st Inf.. 
76th Inf.. 


1, Bliss 
2. Hofman. . 


2, Potter.. . 
4. Cutler.. . 


9 
i 


Col. John G. Wright 
Lt.-Col. Tohn E. Cook. . 


"i 




i 


1 
7 






1 
10 



254 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




o 




a 




13 


c! 
Is 








a 




|H 

4) 
U 


In o 


V 

o 


-M C 

w o 


(2 

U 


M C 
w U 


e 














"5 





"5 




q n 


to 








a 




Z 


a 





w 


O 


w 


< 


G4th Inf. . 


2, Coulter 


3, Crawford 


.5 


Lt.-Col. S. A. Moffett (m), Capt. H. 
























H Fish 




1 


1 


6 


ft 


164 


178 


95th Inf. . 


2, Hofman. . . . 


4, Cutler. . . 


5 


Maj. R. W. Bard (w), Capt. H. M. 




























H 


1 


m 




5? 


78 


97th Inf. . 


2, Coulter 


3, Crawford 


fi 


Col. C. Wheelock (c), Maj. D. E. Hall. 


1 


4 


3 


10 


6 


87 


111 


104th Inf 


1 Lyle 




5 


Col Gilbert G Prey (m) 








H 


1" 


196 


146 


109th Inf. . 


1, Hartranft.. , 


3! Willcox . 


9 


Maj. Geo. W. Dunn 




7 


3 


9 






20 


140th Inf 


1 Hays 




5 


Lt -Col. E. S. Otis 




4 


1 


18 




51 


74 


146th Inf. . 


1, Hays 


2, Ayres . . . 


5 


Maj. James G. Grindlay 




2 


1 


6 


1 


36 


46 


147th Inf 


2 Hofmar 


4 Cutler 


5 






4 


2 


11) 






16 


179th Inf 




1 White 


g 


Maj Albert A. Terrill 












4 


4 










Total 




68 


37 


964 


flfl 


648 


1051 










Total loss of Union forces engaged 


19 














232 


103 


1045 


101 


2778 


4278 



1726. Aug. igth. Skirmish at Martinsburg, W. Va. One company 1st Cavalry. 

1727. Aug. igth. Skirmish at Kearneysville, W. Va. gth Cavalry. 

1728. Aug. 2ist. Engagement at Charlestown, Summit Point, Berryville and Flowing 

Springs, Va. Smithfield, Middleway. At Charlestown, 1st, 2d, 
4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, gth, 15th, 2ist, 22d and ist Veteran Cavalry, and 
1st Dragoons; 2d Battalion, 5th Artillery; at Summit Point, 2d, 
5th, 8th and 22d Cavalry; at Berryville, 4th, 6th, gth Cavalry and 
ist Dragoons; at Flowing Springs, two Battalions, gth Artillery; 
1st Battery; 43d, 4Qth, 62d, 65th, 67th, 77th, io6th, I2ist, I22d 
and I5ist Infantry. 

1729. Aug. 21 st. Skirmish at College Hill, Miss. 2d Veteran Cavalry. 

1730. Aug. 2ist-25th. Skirmish at Ream s Station, Va. 3d Cavalry. 

1731. Aug. 22d. Skirmish at Fort Buffalo, Va. i6th Cavalry. 

1732. Aug. 23d. Skirmish at Ream s Station, Va. loth Cavalry. 

1733. Aug. 23d-24th. Action at Halltown, W. Va. 4th and Qth Cavalry; 2d Battalion 

(Companies E, F, G and H), 5th Artillery, Maj. Caspar Urban; 
two Battalions gth Artillery; 5th Battery; 75th, I28th and i54th 
Infantry. 

1734. Aug. 24th. Skirmish at Falling Waters, Va. ist, 2ist and 1st Veteran Cavalry. 

1735. Aug. 25th. Battle of Ream s Station, Va. 













Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




a 

rl 




d 

4) p 




a 
c 


d 
"rt 








a 




V 

- 


2 


-- 
u 


w o 


u 


ts> o 


o 

IH 

M 








o 
















M 








O 




C 


M 


C 


w 


C 


W 




10th Cav. . 


1, Stedman. . . 


2, Gregg 


Cav 


Lt.-Col. M. H. Avery 




1 




1 






2 


2d Art . . 


1, Lynch 


1, Miles 


f 


Maj. George Hogg 




15 




?0 


f, 


35 


72 


4th Art . . 




1, Miles 




Lt.-Col. T. Allcock (w) Maj Wm 
























Arthur (w), Maj. Frank Wil 
























liams (w), Capt. Wm. Church. . . 


3 


10 


7 


25 


ft 


322 


375 


7th Art. . 


4, Broady 


1, Miles 


9, 


Maj. E. A. Springsteed (k) Capt 
























John F. Mount . . . 


3 


6 


1 


1? 


2 


70 


94 


8th Art 


2 Murphy. . . . 


2, Gibbon 


2 


Lt.-Col. J. B. Baker. 


? 




1 


97 


g 




244 


12th Bat y 


Clark 




2 


Lieut. George K. Dauchy. . 


1 


9 




9 




6 


11 


7th V Inf 




1, Miles 


? 


Five companies, Capt Jacob Scheu 




4 






2 




60 


10th Inf.. 


3, Smyth 


2, Gibbon 


n 


Battalion, Lt.-Col. George F. 






















2 


Hopper 




1 




11 




5 


17 


39th Inf 




1, Miles 


2 


Six companies, Capt. David A 
























Allen . . 


1 




1 


4 


1 


20 


?7 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



255 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


a 

o 



Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


tfiss g. 


AtrBrecate. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
1 men. 


-o | Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


52d Inf.. 

57th Inf.. 
59th Inf.. 

61st Inf . 


Cons. ; Crandell 

Cons.; Crandell 
1, Rugg 

1, Lynch 


1 Miles 


2 

2 
2 

2 

2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 

2 

2 

2 


Six companies, Capt. George Dege- 






1 


28 
23 

37 

25 
27 
6 
19 

44 
10 
21 
25 

10 
10 
5 

33 

106 

74 

46 
f !243 
1993 


31 

33 

41 

39 
27 
12 
24 

52 
15 
25 
30 

22 
14 
20 

48 

117 

85 

58 
1595 
2742 


1, Miles 
2, Gibbon 

], Miles 


Capt. Orlando F. Middleton 




? 




7 


Lt.-Col. H. P. Rugg (c), Capt. Geo. 
W Ryerson 






1 


3 
11 




Lt.-Col. K. Oscar Broady (c, 4th 
Brigade) (w), Maj. George W. 
Scott 




^ 


63d Inf.. 
64th Inf 


Cons. ; Crandell 


1, Miles... 
1, Miles 


Six companies 












Lt.-Col. William Glenny (c) 






1 

1 

1 
1 


3 

5 

5 
2 
2 
3 

S 


i 

2 
2 

2 

3 


66th Inf.. 
69th Inf.. 

88th Inf. . 
108th Inf.. 
lllth Inf.. 
125th Inf.. 

126th Inf. . 
152d Inf 


4. Broady 
Cons.; Crandell 

Cons.; Crandell 
3, Smyth 
Cons.; Crandel 
Cons.; Crandell 

Cons.; Crandell 


1, Miles 
1, Miles 

1, Miles 
2, Gibbon 
1 Miles 


Six companies, Capt. Richard 












Lt -Col Francis E Pierce 




1 


Maj. Lewis W. Husk 




1, Miles 

1, Miles 
2, Gibbon. . . 


Col. Levin Crandell (cf), Lt.-Col. 
Joseph Hyde (c), Capt. Joseph 
Egolf (w) Capt N Penfield 






1 


Capt Ira Hart Wilder. 




1 


Capt. William S. Burt 




4 




10 

4 
I 

1 

: 

201 
470 


1 
6 

( 

I 

1 

:>2 

80 


155th Inf.. 
164th Inf.. 


2, Murphy .... 
2, Murphy. . . . 


2, Gibbon 


Lt.-Col. John Byrne (m), Capt. 
Michael Doheny 


1 


j 
1 

60 
112 


t 

1 

2- 
.7. 


2, Gibbon 


Maj. J. Beattie (m), Capt. R. Heg- 
gart 182d Inf 


170th Inf. . 
182d Inf.. 


2, Murphy. . . . 
2, Murphy. . . . 


2, Gibbon 
2, Gibbon 


Col. J. P. Mclvor 
Col. M. Murphy (c), Lt.-Col. John 
Coonan 


2 

i 

1.- 
28 


Total 


Total loss of Union forces engagec 



t Division officer of the day. 

Action near Shepherdstown and Kearneysville, W. Va. Smithfield, 
2d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, gth and 22d Cavalry and ist Dragoons. 

25th. Skirmish at Conee Creek, La. Olive Branch; Comite River. Be 
tween Jackson and Clinton. 2d Veteran Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Gurney, 
26th Battery. 

Skirmish at Halltown, W. Va. ist and 25th Cavalry; 2d Battalion, 
(Companies E, F, G and H), 5th Artillery, Maj. Caspar Urban. 

27th. Skirmish at Martinsburg, W. Va. Detachment ist Cavalry. 

27th. Skirmish at Duffield Station, Va. 25th Cavalry. 

28th. Skirmish at Williamsport, Md. ist Cavalry. 

28th. Affair against Fort Sumter, S. C. Boat party of I27th Infantry, 
Lieut. Garrit F. Eaton. 

28th-2Qth. Action at Smithfield, W. Va. Leetown; Shepherdstown. 4th, 
6th, Qth and 25th Cavalry; ist Dragoons. 

29th. Action at Summit Point, Va. Charlestown. ist Battery; two bat 
talions Qth Artillery; io6th and iSist Infantry. 

29th~3oth. Skirmishes at Arthur s Swamp, Va. loth Cavalry. 

31 st Skirmish near Lee s Mills, Va. 3d Cavalry, 
ist. Skirmish at Port Republic, Va. 6th Cavalry. 
ist. Skirmish at Winchester and Ashby Gap 
Cavalry. 

1749. Sept. ist. Batlle of Jonesboro, Ga. Atlanta campaign. 

Col. W. T. C. Grower (w), Maj. Joel O. Martin. 

1750. Sept. 2d. Skirmish at Waynesboro, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

1751. Sept. 2d. Skirmish at Berryville, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

1752. Sept. 2d. Skirmish at Yellow Tavern, Va. Vaughn Road. loth Cavalry. 



1736. Aug. 

1737. Aug. 

1738. Aug. 26th. 

1739- Aug. 

1740. Aug. 

1741. Aug. 

1742. Aug. 

1743. Aug. 

1744. Aug. 

1745. Aug. 

1746. Aug. 
1747- Sept. 
1748. Sept. 



Turnpike, Va. 22d, 
i7th Vet. Infantry, 



256 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

1864. 

1753. Sept. 2d. Skirmish at Darkesville, W. Va. ist Cavalry, Col. Adams. 

1754. Sept. 2d. Skirmish at Bunker Hill, W. Va. ist and 25th Cavalry. 
J755- Sept. 3d. Skirmish near Annandale, Va. I3th Cavalry. 

1756. Sept. 3d. Skirmish at Jamestown Island, near Williamsburg, Va. 2oth Cav 

alry. 

1757. Sept. 3d. Skirmish at Darkesville, W. Va. ist Cavalry. 

1758. Sept. 3d~4th. Engagement at Berryville, Va. Smithfield; Halltown; Duffield 

Station; near Charleston. 2d, sth, 6th, 8th, 9th, 22d and 25th 
Cavalry; 2d Battalion (Companies E, F, G and H), 5th Artillery; 
75th, H4th, I5ist and I59th Infantry. 

1759. Sept. 4th. Skirmish at Culpeper, Va. Fairfax Station. i3th Cavalry. 

1760. Sept. 5th. Skirmish at Stephenson s Depot, Va. ist Cavalry. 

1761. Sept. 6th. Skirmish at Stony Creek, Va. loth Cavalry. 

1762. Sept. 6th. Skirmish at Port Republic, Va. 9th Cavalry. 

1763. Sept. 7th. Skirmish west of Opequon Creek, Va. 5th, Sth and 22d Cavalry; 

I59th Infantry. 

1764. Sept. 7th. Skirmish at Stephenson s Depot, Va. 1st Cavalry. 

1765. Sept. Sth. Skirmish at Berryville, Va. I76th Infantry. 

1766. Sept. 9th. Skirmish at Winchester, Va. 2d and 9th Cavalry. 

1767. Sept. 9th. Skirmish near Baton Rouge, La. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

1768. Sept. loth. Skirmish near Baton Rouge, La. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

1769. Sept. I2th-i3th. Skirmishes at Darkesville, W. Va. 1st Cavalry. 

1770. Sept. I3th. Skirmish at Centreville, Va. Fall s Church. I3th and i6th Cavalry. 

1771. Sept. I3th. Action at Opequon, Abraham s Creek, Berryville and Winchester 

Pike, Va. Gilbert s Ford; White Post; Winchester; Bunker Hill. 
2d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 9th, 22d and 25th Cavalry; ist Dragoons; Com 
panies E, F, G and H, 5th Artillery, Maj. Caspar Urban; ist 
Battery; 43d, 49th, 62d, 77th and I2ist Infantry. 

1772. Sept. I3th. Skirmish at Bayou Maringouin, La. Detachment 2d Veteran Cav 

alry, Lt.-Col. A. L. Gurney. 

1773. Sept. 15th. Skirmish at Prince George Court House, Va. 3d Cavalry. 

1774. Sept. I5th. Skirmish at Rosedale, La. Detachment 2d Veteran Cavalry, Lt.- 

Col. A. L. Gurney. 

1775. Sept. i6th. Skirmish at Jerusalem Plank Road, Va. 3d Cavalry. 

1776. Sept. i6th. Skirmish at Stony Creek Station, Va. loth Cavalry. 

1777. Sept. i6th. Skirmish at Fort Powhattan, Va. Cox s Mills. 1st Mounted Rifles. 

1778. Sept. i6th. Skirmish near Amite River, La. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

1779. Sept. i6th. Skirmish near Bayou Maringouin, La. Detachment 2d Veteran 

Cavalry, Lt.-Col. A. L. Gurney. 

1780. Sept. i6th-i7th. Skirmish at Snicker s Gap, Va. Sth Cavalry. 

1781. Sept. I7th. Skirmish at Belcher s Mills, Va. 3d and loth Cavalry. 

1782. Sept. I7th. Skirmish at Culpeper, Va. Stevensburg; Rapidan Station; Fairfax 

Station. Detachments I3th and i6th Cavalry, Col. Lazelle. 

1783. Sept. I7th. Skirmish at Snicker s Gap, Va. 22d Cavalry. 

1784. Sept. I7th. Skirmish at Burnt Factory, Opequon Creek, Va. ist and 5th Cav 

alry. 

1785. Sept. I7th. Skirmish on scout near Baton Rouge, La. I4th Cavalry. 

1786. Sept. iSth. Skirmish at Martinsburg, W. Va. ist Cavalry. 

1787. Sept. ipth. Engagement at Rapidan Station, Va. Culpeper; Kelly s Ford. i6th 

Cavalry. 

1788. Sept. I9th. Skirmish at Deep Gully, N. C. Detachment I2th Cavalry. 

1789. Sept. I9th. Battle of Opequon, Va. Winchester; Belle Grove; Berryville 

Gorge. (See table following.) 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



257 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


a 
Ei 



c_> 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


3 
a 
So 
2 

M 

CO 
< 

4 
7 

17 
17 

18 
6 
19 

7 
7 
13 

43 
42 

6 


| Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
1 men. 


E 

B 

o 

E 

C 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


| Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


1st Cav. 
21 Cav.. 
4th Cav. 

5th Cav. 
6th Cav . 

8th Cav. 
9th Cav . 
22d Cav. 
25th Cav . 
1st Drag 
5th Art.. 

9th Art.. 
1st Bat y 

5th Bat y 

43d Inf.. 
49th Inf.. 

62d Inf. . 
65th Inf.. 

75th Inf 


2, Capehart . . . 
1, Mclntosh. . . 


2, Averell.. . 
3, Wilson . . . 
., Merritt. . . 

3, Wilson . . . 
1 , Merritt . . . 

3, Wilson . . . 
1, Merritt. . . 
3, Wilson. . . 
1 Merritt . . . 


Cav.. 
Cav.. 
Cav.. 

Cav.. 
Cav.. 

2av. . 
Cav.. 
3av. . 
Cav. . 


W Va Maj Timothy Quinn 


A. P., Capt. Walter C. Hull 
A. P., Maj. A. Haurand, Maj. E. 




2 


1 
1 

2 


5 

12 
12 

7 
4 
13 
fi 


1 
1 


3 

1 

6 


, Mclntosh. . . 
, Devin 

, Chapman. . . 
. Devin 
, Chapman. . . 
Custer 


A P Maj Abram H. Krom 


1 

"i 


2 

2 
2 
2 

9 


A! P., Col. T. C. Devin (c), Maj. W. 


A. P., Lt.-Col. Wm. H. Benjamin. . 
A. P., Lt.-Col. George S. Nichols. . 
A P., Maj. Caleb Moore, 8th Cav. . 






A. P., Maj. Charles J. Seymour. . . . 




1 




3 




3 

4 


, Devin 
Wells 


1, Merritt. . . 
1, Thoburn.. 

3, Ricketts. . 


Cav. . 
W.Va 

6 
6 

19 

6 
6 

6 
6 

19 

6 
19 

6 
19 

19 
6 
6 

19 

19 
6 

19 
19 

19 

19 
19 

19 


A. P., Col. Alfred Gibbs 
Maj. Caspar Urban, 2d Battalion, 


i 


1 

11 

fi 


1 

1 



6 
31 
34 




, Keiffer 


Two Battalions, Maj. Charles Bur- 








Capt. Andrew Cowan (w), Lieuts. 
Wm. H. Johnson (w), and Oras- 
mus R Van Ettan 






1 


5 








1, Dwight.. . 

2, Getty 
2, Getty 

2, Getty 
1, Russell... 

2 Grover. . . 


Capt. EHjah D. Taft (c), Lieut. 
John V. Grant 










3, Bidwell.. . 
3, Bidwell 

1 , \Vheaton . . . 
2, Upton 

1 Birge 


Maj Charles A Milliken 


i 


1 
1 


1 


3 
9 

9 






8 

11 
4 

32 

73 

42 


Col. Daniel D. Bidwell (c), Lt.-Col. 
Erastus D Holt (Battalion). . 






Lt -Col Theodore B. Hamilton. . . . 








Col. Jos. E. Hamblin (c), Capt. H 
C Fisk 




ft 




9fi 






Lt.-Col. W. Babcock (w), Maj. B. 




17 

t 


4 
4 


41 
34 


1 


10 

2 


77th Inf.. 
90th Inf.. 

106th Inf.. 
114th Inf.. 

116th Inf.. 
121st Inf 


3, Bidwell . . . 
2, McMillan.. . 

1, Emerson. . . 
1 Beal .... 


2, Getty. . . . 
1, Dwight.. . 

3, Ricketts.. 
1, Dwight.. . 

1, Dwight.. . 
1, Russell.. . 


Lt -Col. Winsor B. French 




Detachment of nonveterans with 
160th Inf 




Capt. Peter Robertson 




ft 


f 


43 




3 


54 

185 
48 
15 

34 

57 
74 

17 
69 

111 

75 
77 


Col. Samuel R. Per Lee (w), Maj 
Oscar H Curtis . . 


i 


20 
ft 


8 


156 
*) 




1. Beal 


Col George M Love 






Capt. John D. P. Doiiw 






1 


19 






122d Inf.. 
128th Inf.. 

131st Inf.. 
151st Inf.. 

153d Inf 


3, Bidwell 
3, Sharpe 

2, Molineaux. . 
1, Emerson.. . . 

1 Beal 


2, Getty 
2, Grover. . . 

2, Grover. . . 
3, Ricketts. . 

1, Dwight.. . 


Lt.-Col. Augustus W. Dwight (w) 
Maj. Jabez M. Brower. . 


i 


ft 


4 


24 
46 






Maj. Francis S. Keese (w), Capt. 
Charles R. Anderson 






Col. Nicholas W. Day 




9 


1 


56 
1? 






Col. W. Emerson (c), Lt.-Col. T. M 
Fay 








Col. Edwin P. Davis 




10 

>o 


4 


55 

88 






156th Inf.. 

159th Inf.. 

160th Inf. . 
175th Inf.. 

176th Inf.. 


3, Sharpe 

2, Molineaux. . 

2, McMillan.. . 
3, Sharpe 

3. Sharpe 


2, Grover. . . 

2, Grover. . . 

1, Dwight.. . 
2, Grover. . . 

2, Grover. . . 


Col. Jacob Sharpe (c, w), Lt.-Col 
Alfred Neafie (c), Capt. James J 
Hoyt 








Col. Edward Molineaux (c), Lt.-Col 
\Vm. Waltermire 




i; 


j 


46 

58 


1 


19 
1 


Lt -Col John B Van Petten 


2 


Three companies, Capt. Charles Mc- 
Carthv 






K 





30 




9 


47 


Total 












8 
53 


171 
644 


74 
27S 


921 
3705 


4 

i;- 


61 
325 


1239 
5018 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 



1790. Sept. 
1/91. Sept. 



2Oth. 
20th. 



1792. Sept. 20th. 



1793. Sept. 

1794- Sept. 

1795- Sept. 
1796. Sept. 
1797- Sept. 



2ISt. 
2ISt. 
22d. 
22d. 
22d. 

17 



Skirmish at Wolf Run Shoals, Va. :6th Cavalry. 

Skirmish on Clinton Road, near Baton Rouge, La. Detachment 

nth Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Morgan s Ferry, near Morganzia, La. Alabama Bayou 

Detachment 2d Veteran Cavalry, Lt.-Col. A. L. Gurney. 
Engagement at Front Royal, Va. 2d, 5th, 8th and 22d Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Strasburg, Va. Back Road. 1st Cavalry. 
Siege and capture of Fort Morgan, Ala. Company M, I4th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Culpeper, Va. I3th and i6th Cavalry. 
Action at Milford, Luray Valley, Va. Goony Run. 2d, 5th, 8th, 

22d and 25th Cavalry. 



253 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1804. Sept. 24th. 



1864. 

1/98. Sept. 22d. Engagement at Fisher s Hill, Va. Woodstock, ist, 4th, 6th, gth 
and 25th Cavalry and ist Dragoons; 2d Battalion, 5th Artillery; 
ist and 5th Batteries; 43d, 4Qth, 62d, 65th, 75th, 77th, goth, io6th, 
H4th, u6th, I2ist, I22d, i28th, 13151, 15131, i53d, I56th, iSQth, 
i6oth, I75th and I76th Infantry. 

1799. Sept. 22d. Skirmish at Prince George Court House, Va. 3d Cavalry. 

1800. Sept. 23*d-24th. Skirmishes at Mt. Jackson, Va. Harrisonburg; New Market 

and Woodstock; Front Royal. 4th, 6th, gth and 25th Cavalry; ist 
Dragoons; 5th Battery; 75th, H4th, n6th, I2ist and isist In 
fantry. 

1801. Sept. 24th. Skirmish at Timberville, Va. ist Cavalry. 

1802. Sept. 24th. Skirmish at Mt. Crawford, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

1803. Sept. 24th. Skirmish at Greenville Springs Road near Baton Rouge, La. I4th 

Cavalry, Col. Bassford. 

Skirmish near Muddy Branch, Md. Company G, 84th Regiment 
National Guard. 

1805. Sept. 25th. Skirmish at Luray, Va. 8th and 25th Cavalry. 

1806. Sept. 26th. Skirmish at New Market, Va. ist Dragoons. 

1807. Sept. 26th. Skirmish at Brown s Gap, Va. ist Cavalry. 

1808. Sept. 26th. Skirmish at Waynesboro, Va. Staunton. 2d, 5th, 8th and 22d Cav 

alry. 

1809. Sept. 26th-27th. Skirmishes at Port Republic, Va. Cross Keys; Staunton, 

north fork, 4th, 6th, gth and 25th Cavalry and ist Dragoons. 

1810. Sept. 27th-28th. Skirmishes at Railroad Bridge, south fork of Shenandoah, 

Va. Waynesboro; Rockfish Gap; Chester Gap; Mt. Meridian. 2d, 
5th, 8th and 22d Cavalry. 

1811. Sept. 28th. Skirmish at New Market, Va. gth Cavalry. 

1812. Sept. 2gth. Skirmish at Railroad Bridge, south fork of Shenandoah, Va. 5th 

Cavalry. 

1813. Sept. 2gth-Oct. ist. Battle of Chaffin s Farm, north side of James River. Va. 

Forts Harrison and Gilmer; Varina, New Market and Darby 
Roads; Springhill; Laurel Hill; New Market Heights. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


E 

o 

o 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


o 

g 
01 O 

=36 

M 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


3d Cav. 
1st Mo t d. 
Rifles. . . 


1, West 


Kautz 


Car 


Lt.-Col. Ferris Jacobs, Jr 










2 


5 








Troops B and M, escort to Gen. But 
ler, Lieut. Arthur S. Whitcomb 

Capt. George E. Ashby 












3d Art.: 
Bat y E. 
Bat yH. 
Bat y K. 
Bat y M. 
16th Art.. 

7th Bat y 
16th Bat y 
17th Bat y 
1st Eng. 
3d Inf.. 
47th Inf. . 

48th Inf. . 
81st Inf. . 

S9th Inf. . 
92d Inf.. 


Cook 




18 
18 
18 
18 
10 

18 
18 








g 






8 


Cook 




Capt. William J. Riggs 














Cook 




Caot Joseph R. Angel 








? 






3 


Cook 




Capt. Jonn H. Howell 














2 Abbott 


1 Terry 


Cos. A, B, C, F, G, K and M, Maj 
F. W. Prince 








9 






2 
"4 


Cook . . 
Cook 




1st Lieut. Martin T. Mclntyre 
Capt. R. H. Lee 








4 






Cook 




18 


Capt. George T. Anthony 
Detachment Col E W Serrell 














1 , Daggett .... 
2, Pennypacker 

2, Pennypacker 
1, Stevens .... 

3, Fairchild . . . 
3, Roberts .... 


2. Foster 
2, Foster 

2, Foster 
1, Stannard . . . 

2, Heckman. . . 
1, Stannard . . . 


10 
10 

10 
18 

18 
18 


Capt. T. M. Wicks 




5 




16 




4 

3 
2 

17 
9 


25 

14 
5 

59 

42 
35 


Lt.-Col. C. R. Macdonald (w), 
Capt. Tos. M McDonald 




1 


L 
L> 

6 

4 
1 


8 
1 

44 

15 

18 


3 


Lt.-Col. Wm. B. Coan. . 




Col. J. B. Raulston (c), Capt. E. A. 
Stimson (w), Capt. L. B. Por 
ter (w), 1st Lt. G. C. Smith 
Col. H. S. Fairchild (c), Maj. W. M. 
Lewis 


3 


6 

3 

7J 


Capt. H. C. Fay. . . 





IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



259 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


to 

o. 

o 
U 

IS 
18 

10 
10 

10 
10 

18 

18 

10 
18 

18 
10 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


96th Inf.. 
98th Inf.. 

100th Inf.. 
112th Inf.. 

115th Inf.. 
117th Inf 


2, Burnham. . . 
1, Stevens. . . . 

3, Plaisted .... 
1, Daggett 

3, Bell 
1 Daggett 


1, Stannard. . . 
1, Stannard . . . 

1. Terry 
2, Foster 

2, Foster 
2 Foster 


Col. E. M. Cullen (c), Capt. H. C. 




3 
4 


63 




29 

1 

1 

20 
6 
33 


103 

63 
2 

60 
33 
124 

67 

41 

67 

24 
78 
31 


Maj. Wm. H. Rogers (w), Capt. 


. 


Maj D D Nash 








1 




Lt.-Col. E. A. Ludwick (w), Capt. 




2 
14 
3 

10 

2 

4 


3 
3 
3 

1 
"7 


23 
73 

60 

44 
?0 




Lt.-Col. N. J. Johnson 
Col. R. Daggett (c, w), Maj. E Bagg 
Lt.-Col. G. F. Nichols (w), Capt. J. 
R Seaman 


1 
1 


118th Inf. . 
139th Inf.. 

142d Inf.. 
148th Inf. . 

158th Inf. . 
169th Inf.. 


2, Burnham. . . 
1, Stevens .... 

1, Daggett. . . . 
1, Stewart, Jr.. 

1, Stewart, Jr.. 
3, Bell 


1, Stannard. . . 
1, Stannard. . . 

2, Foster 
2, Heckman. . . 

2, Heckman. . . 
2, Foster 


Col. Sam l H. Roberts (c, 3d Brig.), 


2 




14 


Lt -Col. Albert M. Barney 


Col. Geo. M. Guion (c), Capt. E.D. 
Gage 




Col. James Jourdan 




14 

? 





51 




10 

6 


Lt.-Col. James A. Colvin 










Total 


7 


89 


45 


594 


3 


157 


895 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


27 


356 


lid 


2153 


631 


3327 



1814. Sept. 2gth-Oct. 2d. Battle of Poplar Springs Church. Peeble s Farm, Pe- 
gram s Farm, Boydton Plank Road, Vaughan Road, Weldon Rail 
road, Southside Railroad, Chappel House, Hatcher s Run, Davis 
Station, Arthur s Swamp, Duncan Road, Sycamore Grove Church, 
(ist and 2d Divisions, 5th Corps; 1st and 2d Divisions, 9th Corps; 
Sept. 29th-Oct. ist; 9th Corps and 3d Division, 2d Corps 
Oct. 2d.) 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


m 

C. 

IH 

O 

o 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


u 
S 
w 
E 

M 

BO 
< 

15 
60 
76 

4 
4 

28 
7 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


10th Cav. 
24th Cav . 

2d Mou t d 
Rifles. . . 


1, Davies, Jr. . 
2, Hartranft.. . 

2, Griffin 


2, Gregg 
1, Willcox. . . . 

2, Porter 


Cav 
9 

9 

5 

5 

5 
9 
5 
9 
9 
5 

! 

9 
9 

2 

2 

r, 


Capt. Wm. A. Snyder 
Dismounted, Lt.-Col. W. C. New- 
berry, Col. W. C Raulston (m), 




4 

3 


2 


9 
12 
10 

3 
4 
18 
5 






3 
6 


42 
57 


Dismounted, Maj. Wm. H. Mapes 
(m), Capt. James M. Watson.. 

1st Lieut. R. E. Rogers 
Lieut. L. J. Richardson (w), Lieut. 




3 


1 

"2 


1st Art.: 
Bat y B. 
Bat y D. 

Bat y H. 
14th Art., 
loth Art. 
19th Baty 
34th Baty 
5th Vt. I. 
40th Inf.. 
44th Inf.. 






3. McLaughiin. 
1, Otis 


1, Willcox.! .!; 
2, Ayres 


Capt. Charles E. Mink 
Maj. George M Randall 




"4 
2 




"4 


Maj. Louis Eiche 
Capt E W Rogers 












3 




3 






6 
8 
1 

27 
57 

344 


1, Otis 
1, DeTrobriand 
3, Gwyn 


2, Ayres 
3. Mott 
1, Griffin. . . . 


Capt. Charles S. Montgomery 
Maj. Madison M. Cannon 
A Battalion, Capt. Bradford R. 
Wood Jr 




3 

1 

2 

1 


1 
1 


5 
1 

21 
16 

10 


8 


4 
38 

324 


46th Inf.. 
51st Inf.. 

72d Inf.. 

73d Inf.. 
76th Inf.. 


2, Hartranft.. . 
1, Curtin 

3, McAllister. . 

1, DeTrobriand 
3, Hofman. . 


1, Willcox. . . . 
2, Potter 

3, Mott 


Capt Adolph Becker 




Maj. John G. Wright (m), Capt. C. 
W Walton 


1 


One company attached to the 120th 


3, Mott 
3. Crawford . . 


Col. W. R. Brewster 
Lt.-Col. Tohn E. Cook.. 






"i 


" 2 




"24 


"27 



260 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


c. 

u 

o 



Commanding Officers. 


Killed . 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


86th Inf.. 
93d Inf.. 


1, DeTrobriand 
2, Pierce 


3, Mott 
3, Mott 


2 
2 
5 
9 
2 
2 
5 

5 
ft 


Col. Jacob H. Lansing 
















Lt.-Col. B. C. Butler 








? 






3 
32 


95th Inf.. 
109th Inf.. 
120th Inf.. 
124th Inf.. 
140th Inf.. 


3, Hofman. . . . 
1, Harriman. . . 
3, McAllister. . 
1, DeTrobriand 
1, Otis 


3, Crawford . . . 
1. Willcox. . . . 
3, Mott 
3, Mott 
2, Ayres 


Capt. Henry M. Jennings 




1 




1 




30 


Maj. George W. Dunn 












Lt.-Col. I. R. Tappan 




1 


1 


7 






9 


Col. Chas. H. Weygant 








Col. E. S. Otis (c, w), Maj. Wm. S. 
Grantsynn 






1 


4 
? 




7 


12 

3 
11 

58 


146th Inf. . 


1, Otis 


2, Ayres 


Maj. Jas. G. Grindlay (c), Capt. 
Thos. A. Wilson 






147th Inf. . 


3, Hofman. . . . 


3, Crawford . . . 














11 

33 


179th Inf.. 


2 Griffin 


2 Potter 


9 


Col Wm M Gregg 




1 


1 


23 








Total 




1 
19 


29 
168 


11 
62 


160 
838 


17 
58 


574 
1744 


792 
2889 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 



1815. Sept. 

1816. Oct. 



1817. Oct. ist. 



1818. Oct. 

1819. Oct. 

1820. Oct. 

1821. Oct. 

1822. Oct. 

1823. Oct. 

1824. Oct. 

1825. Oct. 

1826. Oct. 

1827. Oct. 

1828. Oct. 

1829. Oct. 

1830. Oct. 

1831. Oct. 

1832. Oct. 
1833- Oct. 

1834. Oct. 

1835. Oct. 



ist. 
2d. 
2d. 



30th. Skirmish at Waynesboro, Va. Mt. Crawford. 2d and 8th Cavalry, 
ist. Skirmish at Mt. Crawford, Va. Waynesboro. 4th, 6th and 9th 

Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Franklin, Mo. I78th Infantry, Capt. John B. Gan- 

dolfo. 

ist. Skirmish at Morgan s Ferry, Atchafalaya River, La. 21 st Battery. 
Skirmish near Lewinsville, Va. i6th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Woodstock, Va. Fisher s Hill. 2d Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Middletown, Va. Detachment 4th Cavalry. 
2d~3d. Skirmish in Luray Valley, Va. ist Cavalry. 
3d~5th. Skirmishes at North River, Va. Mt. Jackson; Bridgewater. 2d, 

5th and 22d Cavalry. 
4th. Skirmish at St. Francisville, La. 2d Veteran Cavalry, Lt.-Col. 

Gurney. 
Skirmish at Bayou Sara, La. nth Cavalry; 2d Veteran Cavalry, 

Lt.-Col. Gurney; i6ist Infantry. 
Skirmish at Railroad Bridge, Rapidan River, Va. Culpeper; Sper- 

ryville. ist Cavalry. 
5th~7th. Skirmishes at Salem and White Plains, Va. I3th and i6th 

Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Fisher s Hill, Va. 6th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Brock s Gap, Va. 2d, 5th, 8th and 22d Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Clinton, La. Detachment nth Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Forestville, Va. Grabbitt s Mills; Columbia Furnace. 

5th and 8th Cavalry. 

7th. Skirmish at Big Springs, Va. ist Cavalry. 

7th. Skirmish from Newmarket toward Fisher s Hill, Va. ii6th In 
fantry. 

7th. Skirmish at Swift Creek, N. C. Detachment I3th Artillery. 
7th. Engagement at Darbytown and Newmarket Roads, Va. Johnson s 
Farm; Four Mile Creek; Laurie Mill. (See table following.) 



5th. 
5th. 



6th. 

6th. 
6th. 
7th. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



261 



1864. 













Killed . 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 




o 




O 




a 


rt 


TIONS. 










S 




E 




C 




U 








a 




u 
o 


Ifl <L> 


<u 
u 


W 4J 


V 


W 


i 








IH 




E 


"G 




"H E 


:-.: 


"c E 


9 








O 




_ 


W 


C 


w 


C 


W 




3d Cav.. 


1 , West . . 


Kautz 




Lt.-Col. Ferris Jacobs, Jr 


1 


3 


2 


13 


2 


31 


52 


1st M nt di 






















Rifles 






Col. E. V. Sumner * 
















16th Art.. 


2, Abbott 1. Ames 


10 


Maj. Fred. W. Prince, Cos. A, B, C, F, 
























G, K and N 




11 


1 


10 






65 


100th Inf. . 


3, Plaisted .... 


1, Ames 


LO 


Maj. D. D. Nash, Capt. Frank C. 
























Brunck 






1 


fi 






7 










Total 



















11 


7 


69 


2 


31 


124 










Total loss of Union forces engaged 










5 






i 


48 


19 


234 


151 


458 



1836. Oct. 8th. Skirmishes at Columbia Furnace and Tumbling Run, Va. Tom s 

Brook, Grabbitt s Mills. 4th, 6th and 9th Cavalry. 

1837. Oct. 8th. Skirmish at Peeble s Farm, Va. Weldon Road. 24th Cavalry. 

1838. Oct. 8th. Skirmish at Fisher s Hill, Va. 2d and 8th Cavalry. 

1839. Oct. Qth. Engagement at Tom s Brook and Mt. Jackson, Va. Fisher s Hill, 

Strasburg, Woodstock Races, Newmarket, Mt. Olive. 2d, 4th, 
5th, 6th, 8th, 9th, 22d and 25th Cavalry; ist Dragoons; 6th Bat 
tery; I59th Infantry. 

1840. Oct. 9th. Skirmish at Milford, Va. ist Cavalry. 

1841. Oct. 9th. Skirmish near Cedar Creek, Va. 9th Artillery. 

1842. Oct. xoth. Skirmish at Mt. Jackson, Va. 9th Cavalry. 

1843. Oct. roth. Skirmish on the Highland Road, La. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

1844. Oct. nth. Action at Baton Rouge, La. i8th Battery. 

1845. Oct. I2th-I3th. Engagement at Cedar Creek, Va. 2d, 5th, 8th, 22d Cavalry; 

2d Battalion, 5th Artillery; 6sth Infantry. 

1846. Oct. I3th. Skirmish on reconnaissance on Darbytown Road, Va. 3d Cavalry; 

ist Mounted Rifles; detachment i6th Artillery, Maj. Prince. 

1847. Oct. I4th. Skirmish near White Post, Va. ist Cavalry. 

1848. Oct. I4th. Skirmish at Lebanon Church, Va. 5th Cavalry. 

1849. Oct. I4th. Capture of Mosby s Camp, near Piedmont, in Blue Ridge Moun 

tains, Va. I3th Cavalry, Col. Gansevoort. 

Engagement near Strasburg, Va. ist Dragoons; 4th, 6th and 9th 
Cavalry; gth Artillery; isist and i53d Infantry. 

1851. Oct. I5th. Skirmish at Elizabeth City, N. C. 23d Cavalry. 

1852. Oct. isth. Skirmish at Bayou Sara, La. Four companies nth Cavalry, Maj. 

Remington. 

1853. Oct. i6th. Skirmish at South Quay, Va. 8th Battery. 

1854. Oct. i6th. Skirmish on reconnaissance to Murfree s Depot, Va. Companies 

D, I and K, 2Oth Cavalry. 

1855. Oct. i6th. Skirmish at Fausse River, La. 2d Veteran Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Gurney. 

1856. Oct. i6th. Skirmish on Darbytown Road, Va. ist Mounted Rifles. 

1857. Oct. i6th. Skirmish at Union Mills, Va. Detachment I3th Cavalry. 

1858. Oct. I7th. Skirmish at Mt. Zernaim Church, Va. loth Cavalry. 

1859. Oct. I7th. Skirmish at Cedar Creek, Va. 4th and 9th Cavalry; ist Dragoons. 

1860. Oct. I7th. Skirmish at Perkins Plantation, La. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

1861. Oct. i8th. Skirmish at Fall s Church, Va. i6th Cavalry. 

1862. Oct. i8th. Skirmish at Cedar Run, Va. 5th Cavalry. 



1850. Oct. I4th. 



262 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 

1863. Oct. iQth. Skirmish at Piedmont, Va. I3th Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Coles; i6th Cav 

alry, Capt. McPherson. 

1864. Oct. igth. Skirmish at Morgan s Ferry and Simsport, La. 2ist Battery. 

1865. Oct. iQth. Battle of Cedar Creek, Va. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


o. 

|H 

o 

O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


1st Cav. 
2d Cav. 

4th Cav. 
5th Cav. 

6th Cav. 

8th Cav. 
9th Cav. 
22d Cav. 
1st Drag 
5th Art.. 

6th Art.. 

9th Art 


2, Capehart . . . 
1, Pennington, 
Jr 


2, Powell 
3, Custer 


Cav 
Cav 


Maj. Timothy Q uinn 
















Capt. Andrew S. Glover 








6 




8 


14 




1, Merritt 


Cav 


Maj . Edward Schwartz 












1, Pennington, 
Jr 


3 Custer 


Cav 


Maj. Theodore A. Boice 




1 











3 

3 
1 
4 


2 Devin . . 


1, Merritt 


Cav 
Cav 


Col. T. C. Devin (c), Capt. G. E. 
Farmer 


1 






? 






2 Wells 


3, Custer 


Lt.-Col. Wm. H. Benjamin 








1 








1 Merritt 


Cav 
Cav 


Col Geo S Nichols 






1 


g 






2, Wells 


3. Custer 


Maj. Charles C. Brown 














2 Devin 


1, Merritt 


Cav 


Col. Alfred Gibbs 




9 




1 






5 

309 

93 
208 

4 

23 


1 Wildes . . . 


1, Thoburn. . . . 




Army of Va.; Capt. F. C. Wilkie, 2d 
Battalion, Cos. E, F, G and H.. . 










4 


305 
16 


i 


Prov.;Kitching 




Col. J. H. Kitching (c, w), Lt.-Col. 
G C Kibbe 


1 

J 


10 
40 


5 
5 


61 
160 

1 


2 Ball 


3 Keifer. . . 


6 


Maj. James W Snyder. 


10th Art.. 

1st Bat y. 
5th Bat y. 
6th Bat y. 
41st Inf 




Prov.; 


One Battalion; Lt.-Col. G. De Pey- 
ster Arden 




3 






6 
19 
Cav 


Lieut O R Van Ettan 


1 


5 




17 




1, k idd . . . . . . . 


1, McMillan... 
1, Merritt 
Prov. ;Kitching 


Capt. Elijah D. Taft 


2a.pt. Joseph W. Martin 
Six companies, Lt.-Col. Detler Von 




1 




2 

3 
15 

28 

n 




2 


2 

6 
22 

38 
15 

90 

55 

30 

73 

53 
115 

59 

57 

32 
95 
33 

13 

81 
92 

23 
66 

" 3 

63 

45 
1824 


43d Inf. . 


3, Bidwell... 


2. Getty. . 


6 
6 

6 
6 

19 


Battalion, Maj. Chas. A. Milliken . 
Col. D. D. Bidwell (c, k), Lt.-Col. 
E. D. Holt 




. 4 

8 
? 


3 
2 


49th Inf. . 


3, Bidwell 


2, Getty 






62d Inf.. 
65th Inf. . 

75th Inf 


., Warner 
2, Hamblin.. . . 

1 Birge 


2, Getty 
1, Wheaton. . . 

2, Grover 


Lt -Col Theodore B Hamilton. . . 








Col. J. E. Hamblin (c, w), Lt.-Col. 
Thomas H. Higginbotham (k), 
Capt H. C. Fisk 


1 


11 

3 

5 

3 

8 
20 
7 

9 

4 
5 

2 

1 

8 
7 

2 
9 


2 
1 

5 

3 

3 

6 
4 

4 

2 

"i 
1 

7 

5 

1 
3 


72 
18 

21 

43 

42 
80 
39 

38 

25 
14 
21 

11 

56 
31 

12 
31 


1 


3 

33 

3 

22 


Maj. Benjamin F. Thurber 


77th Inf.. 
90th Inf. . 


3, Bidwell 
1, Davis 


2, Getty 
1, McMillan. .. 


6 
19 

6 
19 


Lt.-Col. Winsor B. French (c), Maj. 
Nathan S Babcock 


2 

2 


Lt.-Col. Nelson Shaurman, Maj. 
John C. Smart, Capt. Honory De 
La Paturelle 


106th Inf. . 


1, Emerson. . . . 


3, Keifer 


Capt. A. W. Briggs (w), Capt. P. 


114th Inf 


1, Davis 


1, McMillan. . 


Lt.-Col. Henry B. Morse 


1 


1 
2 


7 
9 

5 

"74 
9 


116th Inf.. 
121st Inf.. 

122d Inf.. 


., Davis 
2 Hamblin. . . . 

3, Bidwell 


1, McMillan 


19 


Col. George M Love 


1, Wheaton. . . 
2, Getty 


6 
6 

19 
19 


Lt.-Col. Egbert Olcott (c), Capt. D. 


1 
1 


Lt.-Col. Augustus W. Dwight (w), 
Maj. Jabez M. Brower (k), Capt. 
A H Clapp 


128th Inf.. 
131st Inf 


3, Macauley. . . 


2, Grover 
2, Grover. . . . 


2apt. Charles R. Anderson 
Col. Nicholas W. Day 


151st Inf.. 
153d Inf 


., Emerson.. . . 


3, Keifer 
1, McMillan. . . 


6 

19 

19 
19 
19 


>ol. Wm. Emerson (c), Capt. 
Browning N. Wiles (w), Capt. 
Hiram A. Kimball 


Col. Edwin P. Davis (c), Lt.-Col. 
Alexander Strain (w), Capt. Geo. 






10 

48 

6 
23 


156th Inf.. 
159th Inf.. 

160th Inf.. 
165th Inf 


3, Macauley. . . 
2, Molineaux . . 
2, Thomas. . . . 


2, Grover 
2, Grover 
1, McMillan . . . 


Lt.-Col. Alfred Neafie (c), Capt. 
Alfred Cooley 


1 
2 


Col. Edward L. Molineaux (c), Lt.- 
Col. Wm. Waltermire 


Capt. Henry P. Underbill 


175th Inf.. 
176th Inf.. 
134th Inf.. 


i, Macauley. . . 
3, Macauley. . . 
I, Emerson.. . . 


2, Grover 
2, Grover 
3, Keifer 


19 
19 
6 


Battalion, Capt. Chas. McCarthy. . 
Maj Charles Lewis 


"i 
1 

1(1 


1 
5 

2 
185 


4 

(N 


2 
11 

42 

926 
3186 


"i 

9 


"si 

617 


Cos. A, B, D and F, Maj. Wm. D. 
Ferguson 


Total .... 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


52 


592i 244 


30 


1561 


5665 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



263 



1864. 

1866. Oct. 20th. Skirmish on Charles City Pike, Va. 3d Cavalry. 

1867. Oct. 20th. Skirmish near Lexington, Mo. I78th Infantry. 

1868. Oct. 20th. Skirmish at Woodstock, Fisher s Hill, Va. 4th, 6th and 9th Cav 

alry and ist Dragoons. 

1869. Oct. 20th. Skirmish on Greenville Springs Road, near Baton Rouge, La. De 

tachment nth Cavalry. 

1870. Oct. 22d. Skirmish at Liberty Mills, Va. ist Dragoons. 

1871. Oct. 22d. Skirmish near Fall s Church, Va. Detachment I3th Cavalry. 

1872. Oct. 22d. Skirmish near Conrad s Ferry, Va. 25th Cavalry. 

1873. Oct. 23d. Skirmish near Independence, Mo. I78th Infantry. 

1874. Oct. 23d. Skirmish on Highland Road near Baton Rouge, La. Detachment 

nth Cavalry. 

1875. Oct. 24th. Skirmish on James Island, S. C. 54th Infantry. 

1876. Oct. 25th. Affair near Bunker Hill, Va. (attack on Paymaster s train). I33d 

and i65th Infantry. 

1877. Oct. 27th-28th. Battle of Boydton Plank Road, or Hatcher s Run, Va. Boyd- 

ton Road, Vaughn Road, Dabney s and Burgess Mills, White Oak 
and Quaker Roads, Burgess and Claiborn Bridge, Armstrong s 
Mills. 2d and 3d Divisions, 2d Corps and Cavalry. Hatcher s 
Run, Clement s House and Squirrel Level Road. $th Corps and 
1st and 2d Divisions, 9th Corps. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


C 

o 
O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


10th Cav. 
24th Cav . 

2dMo ted 
Rifles.. . 
1st Art.: 
Bat y B. 
Bat y H. 
8th Art . 
14th Art. 
15th Art. 
19th Baty 
34th Baty 
IstBatt n 
Sharp s. 
SthV.Inf 

10th Inf. . 
40th Inf.. 
46th Inf.. 
51st Inf.. 
59th Inf. . 
72d Inf.. 
73d Inf.. 
76th Inf.. 
79th Inf. . 


1, Xewberry. . . 
1, Newberry. . . 

2, Griffin 

Wainwright. . . 


2, Gregg 
2, Gregg 

2, Potter 


Cav 
Cav 

9 

5 
5 

2 

q 


Capt. William A. Snyder 
Lt.-Col. W. C. Newberry (c), Maj. 
J. E. Doran 




6 


1 


10 






17 






Dismounted, Capt. Jas. M. Watson 
1st Lieut. R. E. Rogers 
































Wainwright. . . 




Capt. Charles E Mink 
















2, Willett 
3, McLaughlin. 
1. Winthrop. . . 
Tidball 


2, Egan... 
1, Willcox. . 


Col. James M. Willett (c) 
Maj George M Randall 




6 


2 


25 

9 




9 


42 

2 


2, Ayres 


5 
9 


Lt.-Col. Michael Wiedrich 






























Tidball 




9 

5 
5 

2 
2 
9 
9 
2 
2 
2 
5 
9 

2 
2 
5 

2 
9 
2 
2 

1 


Capt. Jacob Roemer 
















1, Bragg 
1, Winthrop. . . 

3, Smyth 
1, DeTrobriand 
2, Cutcheon. . . 
1, Curtin 
1, Rugg 
3, McAllister. . 
1, DeTrobriand 
3, Hofman 


3, Crawford . . . 
2, Ayres 

2, Egan 
3, Mott 
1, Willcox. . . . 
2, Potter 
2, Egan 
3, Mott 


1st Lieut. Tames K. McDonald 
Col. Fred. Winthrop (c), Capt. C. S. 
Montgomery 








1 






1 
8 
8 


Six cos., Lt.-Col. Geo. F. Hopper.; . 








4 




4 


Maj. Madison M. Cannon 
Capt. Adolph Becker 




1 




7 




Capt. Thomas B. Marsh 
Capt. George W. Ryerson 




i 




4 






"5 


One company with the 120th Inf 














3, Mott 


Lieut -Col M W Burns 




i 


1 


3 


3 


26 


34 


3, Crawford . . . 






Provost guard, Capt. Andrew D. 
Baird. . .. 
















86th Inf. . 
93d Inf.. 
95th Inf. . 
108th Inf.. 
109th Inf. . 
120th Inf. . 
124th Inf. . 

140th Inf. . 


1, DeTrobriand 
1, Pierce 
3, Hofman. . . . 
3, Smyth 
1, Hartranft. . . 
3, McAllister . . 
1, DeTrobriand 

1, Winthrop. . . 


3. Mott.., 


Col. Jacob H Lansing 






1 


8 
18 
1 




8 
30 

7 

""2 

18 

4 


17 
52 
8 
5 
4 
58 

17 


3, Mott 
3, Crawford . . . 
2, Egan 
1. Willcox. . . . 
3, Mott 
3, Mott 

2 Ayres 


Lt.-Col. B. C. Butler 




4 


Capt. William H. Andrews 






i 


4 
? 




Lt.-Col. John R Tannan 


i 

1 


6 

1 


! 
1 


32 

7 




Lt.-Col. Chas. H. Weygant (w), 
Maj. Henry S. Murray (w), Capt. 
Henry F. Travis 




146th Inf. . 
147th Inf. . 
152d Inf.. 

155th Inf. . 


1. Winthrop. . . 
3, Hofman. . . . 
1. Rugg 

2, Willett 


2, Ayres 
3. Crawford . . . 
2, Egan 

2, Egan 


5 
5 
2 

2 


Maj. James G Grindlay 
















Cant. W. A/Musson (k), Capt. C. 
H. Dygert. 


! 


2 
1 


i 


4 

5 


1 


5 

1 
13 


6 

8 
20 


Capt. Michael Doheny 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


Ot 

IH 
O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


164th Inf . 


2, Willett. . 


2, Egan 


2 
2 
9 

5 
9 
5 
5 


Capt. Robert Heggart, 182d Inf... 








1 




6 
7 


7 
11 


170th Inf. . 
179th Inf. . 
182d Inf 


2, Willett 
2, Griffin 
2, Willett 


2, Egan 
2 Potter. . . . 


Col. T. P. Mclvor 






1 


3 




Col. William M. Gregg 






2, Egan 


Lt.-Col. John Coonan 








q 




4 


13 
5 


185th Inf 


1 Sickel 


1 Griffin. 


Col Edwin S. Jenney 








5 




186th Inf 


2 Griffin. . . 


2 Potter 


Col. Bradley Winslow 














187th Inf.. 
188th Inf. . 


2, Gregory .... 
2, Gregory .... 


1, Griffin 
1, Griffin 


Six cos., Lt.-Col. Daniel Myers. . . 
Lt -Col. Isaac Doolittle 




8 
6 


i 


51 
45 




18 
2 


77 
54 


Total 




:; 

1! 


43 
152 


14 

66 


251 
962 


4 
8 


164 
556 


479 
1758 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 



Oct. 27th-29th. Engagement at Fair Oaks ad and Darbytown Road, Va. 
North of James River. Fair Oaks, i8th Corps; Darbytown Road, 
loth Corps. New Market and Charles City Cross Roads, Wil- 
liamsburg and New Bridge Roads. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


6. 

u 

: 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate 


J Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


3d Cav . . 


1, Lewis 


West 


Col.Geo. W. Lewis (c), Lt.-Col. Ferris 
Jacobs, Jr 






2 




1 


3 

1 
3 


1st M ted 
Rifles. 


Evans 


West 




Col. E. V. Sumner 








1 




16th Art . 

16th Bat y 
3d Inf.. 

47th Inf. . 
81st Inf.. 

89th Inf. . 
92d Inf.. 


2, Abbott 


1, Ames 


to 

is 

10 

(0 

is 

IS 
is 


Seven companies, Maj. Frederick W. 
Prince 




1 











Capt. R. H. Lee 














1, Curtis 

2, Pennypack r 
1, Raulston . . . 

3, Fairchild . . . 
2, Cullen.. . 


2 Foster. . 


Capt. Jay M. Wicks (w), Capt. James 
H. Reeve 




1 


2 


9 
1 

3 




2 


14 
1 

3 

139 
31 

52 
3 
17 
35 
20 
52 
111 

2 
103 

84 


2, Foster 
1, Marston. . . . 

2, Heckman. . . 
1, Marston .... 


Lt.-Col. C. R. Macdonald 
Lt.-Col. J. B. Raulston (c), Capt. E. 
A. Stimson 




Col. H. S. Fairchild (c), Lt.-Col. W. 
M. Lewis (w) 


1 


3 


1 


36 

1 




98 

28 

38 

"3 
3 
1 
3 
93 


Detachment, Capt. H. C. Fay 


96th Inf.. 

98th Inf. . 
100th Inf 


2, Cullen 

1, Raulston. . . 
3 Plaisted 


1, Marston. . . . 

1, Marston. . . . 
1 Ames 


18 

is 
10 
10 
10 

to 

18 

is 

in 
18 


Col. E. M. Cullen (c), Lt.-Col. 
Stenhen Mofftt (w), Mai. Henry I. 
Pierce 






2 

i 

1 

i 

2 


10 
3 
12 
27 
15 
41 
10 

1 


2 

i 

5 


Maj. William H. Rogers 
Col. George B. Dandy 




i 

3 
4 
6 
1 


112th Inf.. 
115th Inf.. 
117th Inf. . 
118th Inf.. 
139th Inf. 

142d Inf.. 
148th Inf.. 


1, Curtis 
3, Bell 
1, Curtis 
2, Cullen 
1, Raulston. . . 

1, Curtis 
3, Fairchild . . . 


2, Foster 
2, Foster 
2, Foster 
1, Marston. . . . 
1, Marston. . . . 

2, Foster 
2, Heckman.. . 


Col. John F. Smith 
Lt.-Col. N. J. Johnson (w) 
Col. Rufus Daggett 
Maj. Levi S. Dominy 
Col. S. H. Roberts (c, 3d Brig.), Lt.- 
Col Thomas Mulcahy 


1 
1 


Col. N. M. Curtis (c), Lt.-Col. A. M. 




8 


3 
1 


87 
13 


1 


5 
68 


Temporarily detached frorr 1st Brig., 
Capt. E. D. Gage (k). Capt. H. H. 
Hopkins, Lt.-Col. J. B. Murray. . . 

Total 


1 


4 
13 


28 
105 


14 
49 


276 
738 


g 

2\ 


343 
677 


674 
1603 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 



1879. Oct. 28th. Skirmish at Berryville, Va. 1st Dragoons. 

1880. Nov. ist. Skirmish near White Post, Va. 1st Dragoons. 

1881. Nov. ist. Skirmish at Green Springs, W. Va. I5th Cavalry. 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



265 



1864. 

1882. Nov. ist. Skirmish at Cedar Creek, Va. io6th Infantry. 

1883. Nov. ist. Skirmish at Charles City Court House, Va. 3d Cavalry. 

1884. Nov. 2d. Skirmish near Prince George Court House, Va. loth Cavalry. 

1885. Nov. 6th. Skirmish at Halifax Road, Va. i2ist Infantry. 

1886. Nov. 6th. Skirmish at Glasgow, Mo. I78th Infantry. 

1887. Nov. 7th. Skirmish at Cedar Creek, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

1888. Nov. 7th. Skirmish at Stony Creek, Va. loth Cavalry. 

1889. Nov. nth-i2th. Engagement at Cedar Creek and Ninevah, Va. Near Old 

Forge Road; Newtown; Middletown; near Berryville; Middle 
and Back Roads; Stony Point, ist Cavalry, Col. Adams; 2d Cav 
alry, Col. Hull (k); 4th Cavalry, Maj. Schwartz; 5th Cavalry, 
Maj. Krom; 6th, 8th, 9th, 2ist, 22d and 25th Cavalry; 1st Dra 
goons; ist Veteran Cavalry; 6sth, poth, H4th, n6th and I2ist 
Infantry. 

1890. Nov. I4th. Skirmish at Day s Point, Va. Detachment I3th Artillery. 

1891. Nov. isth. Skirmish at Darbytown Road, Va. 3d Cavalry. 

1892. Nov. isth. Skirmish near Winchester, Va. 9th Cavalry. 

1893. Nov. isth. Skirmishes at Clinton and Liberty Creek, La. I4th and 2d Veteran 

Cavalry; i8th Battery. 

1894. Nov. isth-Dec. 21 st. Gen. Sherman s Savannah Campaign, Ga. Losses in 

killed and wounded principally before Savannah. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




u 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


1 Eniistcd 
men. 


| Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


1st Art: 
Bat y I. 
Bat y M 
17th Vet. 
Inf. 
60th Inf.. 
102d Inf.. 
107th Inf. . 
119th Inf.. 
123d Inf.. 
134th Inf.. 
136th Inf. . 


Reynolds 




20 
20 


Capt. Charles E. Winegar 








Reynolds 




Lieut. Edward P. Newkirk 
















1, Smith 


2, Morgan 


14 
20 
20 
20 

20 
20 
20 
20 


Lt.-Col. Joel O. Martin 




1 










1 


59 

""i 

13 
13 


3, Barnum. . . . 
3, Barnum .... 
2, Carman .... 
2, Jones 
1, Selfridge 
2, Jones 
3, Ross 


2, Geary 
2, Geary 
I, Jackson .... 
2 Geary 
1, Jackson .... 
2, Geary 
3, Ward 


Maj. Thomas Elliott 






n 


4 






Lt.-Col. Harvey S. Chatfield 
Lt.-Col. Allen N. Sill 
Col. John T. Lockman 
Lt.-Col. James C. Rogers 
Lt.-Col. Allen H. Jackson 
Lt.-Col. Lester B. Faulkner 


"i 


.... 


1 


14 
6 

"? 


"l 


1 

i 

4 

" 4 


137th Inf. . 


3, Barnum .... 


2, Geary 


"(i 


Lt -Col. Koert S. Van Voorhees 




1 




8 




141st Inf.. 
143d Inf. . 
149th Inf. . 


1, Selfridge 
3, Robinson. . . 
3, Barnum .... 


1, Jackson .... 
1, Jackson. . . . 
2, Geary 


20 

20 
20 
20 


Capt. William Merrell 












Lt.-Col. Hezekiah Watkins 












1 

12 

3 

79 


3 
20 
7 
141 


Col. Henry A. Barnum (c), Maj. N. 
Grumbach 








a 




150th Inf.. 
154th Inf. . 


2, Carman .... 
2, Jones 


1, Jackson .... 
2, Geary 


Maj. Alfred B. Smith, Col. John H. 
Ketcham (w), Maj. Smith 




2 
1 


1 






Col. P. H. Jones (c), Maj. Lewis D. 
Warner 




Total 


i 


6 


4 


50 


1 





1895. Nov. isth-Dec. loth. Gen. Sherman s March to the Sea, Ga. Savannah cam 

paign. Batteries I and M, ist Artillery; I7th Veteran, 6oth, 
I02d, io7th, iigth, I23d, I34th, I36th, I37th, I4ist, I43d, I49th, 
i5Oth and I54th Infantry. 

1896. Nov. i6th. Skirmish on Jackson Road, La. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

1897. Nov. I7th. Skirmish near Stone Mountain, Ga. March to the Sea. Savannah 

campaign. I36th Infantry. 

1898. Nov. I7th. Skirmish at Liberty, Miss. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

1899. Nov. i8th. Skirmish at Blackwater, Va. loth Cavalry. 



266 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1864. 

1900. Nov. i8th. Skirmish at Brookhaven, Miss, nth Cavalry. 

1901. Nov. igth. Skirmish at Day s Point, Va. I3th Artillery. 

1902. Nov. igth. Skirmish at Cedar Creek, Va. ist Dragoons. 

1903. Nov. 2ist. Skirmish near Jackson, La. nth Cavalry. 

1904. Nov. 22d. Skirmish at Stony Creek, near Edinburg, Va. Detachment 2ist 

Cavalry, Maj. Otis. 

1905. Nov. 22d. Skirmish at Hawkins ville, Va. Detachment 2ist Cavalry. 

1906. Nov. 22d. Skirmish at Rood s Hill, Va. Mt. Jackson; Kearnstown. ist, 2d, 

4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th, 2ist and 22d Cavalry and ist Veteran 
Cavalry. 

1907. Nov. 23d. Skirmish at Rood s Hill, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

1908. Nov. 23d. Skirmish at Prince George Court House, Va. 24th Cavalry. 

1909. Nov. 23d. Skirmish at Clinton, La. nth and 14th Cavalry. 

1910. Nov. 23d. Skirmish at Morganza, La. Detachment 2d Veteran Cavalry. 

1911. Nov. 24th. Skirmish at Liberty, La. I4th Cavalry. 

1912. Nov. 24th. Skirmish near Kearnstown, Va. 2ist Cavalry. 

1913. Nov. 25th. Skirmish at Summit, Miss. I4th Cavalry. 

1914. Nov. 25th-26th. Skirmishes at Sandersville, Ga. Oconee, near Milledgeville. 

March to the Sea. Savannah campaign. I7th Veteran, I34th and 
I50th Infantry. 

Skirmish at Franklin ville, Miss. Greenville, nth Cavalry, Maj. 
Remington. 

1916. Nov. 27th. Skirmish at Jackson, La. I4th Cavalry. 

1917. Nov. 27th. Skirmish at State Line, Pascagoula River, Miss. 2d Veteran Cavalry. 

1918. Nov. 27th. Skirmish at Flint Hill, Va. Fairfax. i6th Cavalry. 

1919. Nov. 27th-28th. Skirmishes at White Plains, Va. 25th Cavalry. 

1920. Nov. 28th. Skirmish near Davisboro, Ga. March to the Sea. Savannah cam 

paign. 6oth Infantry. 

1921. Nov. 29th. Skirmish at Bloomfield, Va. 1st Dragoons. 

1922. Nov. 29th. Skirmish at Upperville, Va. 25th Cavalry. 

1923. Nov. 29th. Skirmish near Greensboro, Ga. March to the Sea. Sherman s 

campaign. I34th Infantry. 

1924. Nov. 30th. Skirmish on Moorfield Pike and near Newtown, Va. 2d and 22d 

Cavalry; 6th Battery. 

1925. Nov. 3oth. Skirmish at Snickersville or Gap, Va. 9th and 25th Cavalry. 

1926. Nov. 3oth. Skirmish at Tangipahoa, La. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

1927. Nov. 30th. Engagement at Honey Hill, S. C. Grahamsville; Barkamsville. 



1915. Nov. 27th. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


&. 

IH 


u 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


to I Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


3d Art.: 
Bat v B 
Bat y F. 
1st Eng . 
66th Inf. . 
127th Inf 






.E 


Capt Thomas J. Mersereau 


1 




7 
5 






10 
5 






Capt. Samuel C. Day 














. ii 
















1, Potter. . . . 
1 Potter 




$x 
ia, 



Q 
> 


Lt.-Col. Rockwell Tyler 
Col. Wm. Gurney, Lt.-Col. Steward 




7 

7 
11 


1 

3 
3 

3 


11 

43 
51 

27 




4 

2 
2 


23 

55 
68 

SO 


144th Inf. . 
157th Inf. . 


1, Potter 






1 


1. Potter 




Lt.-Col. J. C. Carmichael, five corn- 


Total 










2 

8 


25 
83 


12 

40 


144 
591 





8 
26 


191 
748 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 267 

1864. 

1928. Dec. 1st. Action at Stony Creek, Va. Duval Station; W. R. R. loth and 

24th Cavalry and 2d Mounted Rifles. 

1929. Dec. 2d. Skirmish at Hatcher s Run, Va. i55th, l64th, I7oth and i82d 

Infantry. 

1930. Dec. 3d. Skirmish at Moorefield, W. Va. 2d Cavalry. 

1931. Dec. 3d. Skirmish at Coosawhatchie and Partridge Hill, S. C. One section 

Company B, 3d Artillery; 56th and 5 companies I57th Infantry, 
Lt.-Col. Carmichael. 

1932. Dec. 3d. Skirmish at Vienna, Va. i6th Cavalry. 

1933- Dec. 4th. Skirmish at Gardinier s Bridge, N. C. I2th Cavalry. 

1934. Dec. 4th. Skirmish near Millwood, Va. Two companies 21 st Cavalry. 

1935. Dec. 4th. Affair near Overall s Creek, Tenn. Section I3th Battery, Lieut. 

McGurrin. 

1936. Dec. 4th. Skirmish near Pocotaligo, S. C. I27th Infantry. 

1937. Dec. 4th. Skirmish at Columbia, Miss. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

1938. Dec. 5th. Skirmish at Boyd s Point, S. C. Coosawhatchie. 56th and 5 com 

panies I57th Infantry. 

1939. Dec. 6th-nth. Raid to Hicksford, Va. Cavalry; 3d Division, 2d Corps; and 

5th Corps, roth and 24th Cavalry; Batteries B, D and H, ist 
Artillery; 15th Artillery; ist Battalion Sharpshooters; 5th Vet 
eran, 40th, 73d, 76th, 86th, 93d, 94th, 95th, 97th, iO4th, I2Oth, I24th, 
I40th, I46th, I47th, iSsth, i87th, i88th and iSgth Infantry. 

1940. Dec. 6th~7th. Skirmish near Berryville, Va. Morgan s Ford; White Post. 

Detachment 2ist Cavalry, Lieut. Holcomb. 

1941. Dec. 6th~7th. Action at Deveaux Neck, S. C. Gregory s Landing. Battery 

F, 3d Artillery; detachment ist Engineers; 56th, i27th, I44th; 
and i57th Infantry, Capt. G. S. Van Hoesen. 

1942. Dec. 7th. Engagement at Overall s Creek, Tenn. The Cedars, near Murfrees- 

boro. I3th Battery, Capt. Henry Bundy. 

1943. Dec. 8th. Skirmish at Leaf River, Miss, nth and 2d Veteran Cavalry. 

1944. Dec. 8th-ioth. Action at Hatcher s Run, Va. Vaughn Road; Armstrong s 

Mills. 2d Mounted Rifles; 2d and 7th Artillery; 7th Veteran, 
39th, 52d, 6ist, 63d, 64th, 69th, 88th, nith and I25th Infantry. 

1945. Dec. 9th. Engagement at Tillifinny Station, S. C. Coosawhatchie; Mackay s 

Point; Deveaux Neck; Pocotaligo. Batteries B and F, 3d Ar 
tillery; detachment ist Engineers; 56th, I27th, I44th, and i57th 
Infantry, Capt. C. H. Van Slyke. 

1946. Dec. 9th. Skirmish at Bunker Hill, W. Va. Dicksville. ist Cavalry. 

1947. Dec. 9th. Action at Gardinier s Bridge, near Plymouth, N. C. Three com 

panies I2th Cavalry; Battery A, 3d Artillery; I32d Infantry. 

1948. Dec. gth. Engagement at Monteith Swamp, or Station, Charleston R. R. Ga. 

March to the Sea; Savannah campaign. Battery I, ist Artillery; 
I07th, I23d, I34th, I4ist, isoth and I54th Infantry. 

1949. Dec. 9th. Skirmish at Three Creeks, near Bellefield, Va. Hicksford raid. 

loth and 24th Cavalry. 

1950. Dec. loth. Skirmish at Jarratt s Station, Va. Meturin River; Hicksford raid. 

loth Cavalry. 

1951. Dec. loth. Skirmish at Nottoway Station, Va. 2d Mounted Rifles. 

1952. Dec. loth. Skirmish at McLeod s Mills, Miss. Chickasawha River. Detachment 

2d Veteran Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Gurney, and detachment nth Cav 
alry. 

1953. Dec. loth. Skirmish at Foster s Mills, N. C. Three companies I2th Cavalry; 

Battery A, 3d Artillery; I32d Infantry. 



268 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

1864. 

1954. Dec. loth-nth. Affair at Sussex Court House, Va. Halifax Station; Halifax 
Road; Hicksford raid. loth and 24th Cavalry. 

!955- Dec. ioth-20th. Investment and capture of Savannah, Ga. Savannah campaign. 
Batteries I and M, ist Artillery; i/th Veteran, 6oth, I02d, io/th, 
iigth, i23d, I34th, I36th, 13/th, I4ist, I43d, I49th, 150th and I54th 
Infantry. 

1956. Dec. loth. Capture of Confederate Steamer " Ida," before Savannah, Ga. 

Savannah campaign. Detachment I5oth Infantry, Capt. Gilder- 
sleeve. 

1957. Dec. nth. Skirmish at Harrisonburg, Va. 2d Cavalry. 

1958. Dec. nth-i2th. Action at Butler s Bridge, N. C. Fort Branch; Spring Green 

Church; Southwest Creek, near Kinston. Three companies I2th 
Cavalry; Battery A, 3d Artillery; I32d Infantry, Lt.-Col. Hitchcock. 

1959. Dec. I2th. Skirmish at South Quay, Va. 3d Cavalry. 

1960. Dec. I2th. Capture of Confederate gunboat "Resolute," opposite Argyle 

Island, Ga. Savannah campaign. Battery I, ist Artillery, Capt. 
Winegar. 

1961. Dec. I3th. Skirmish at Ocean Springs, Miss. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

1962. Dec. I5th. Skirmish at Little Escambia River, Ala. Company M, I4th Cav 

alry, Capt. Schmidt. 

1963. Dec. I5th-i6th. Battle of Nashville, Tenn. 45th and i;8th Infantry. 

1964. Dec. i6th. Skirmish at Pollard, Ala. Company M, I4th Cavalry. 

1965. Dec. i/th. Skirmish at Pine Barren Creek, Fla. Company M, I4th Cavalry. 

1966. Dec. igth. Action at Deveaux Neck, Charleston and Savannah R. R., Ga. 

Batteries B and F, 3d Artillery; 56th and 12/th Infantry. 

1967. Dec. igth. Skirmish at Izzard s Mill, Ga. Savannah campaign. io/th and 

i5Oth Infantry. 

1968. Dec. 20th. Skirmish at Flint Hill, Va. Kearnstown. 25th Cavalry. 

1969. Dec. 2Oth. Skirmish at Warsaw, Va. Cone s Creek, ist Mounted Rifles. 

1970. Dec. 2ist. Engagement at Lacy Springs and Mt. Jackson, Va. Locust 

Springs; New Market; Harrisonburg. 2d, 5th, 8th, I5th and 22d 
Cavalry. 

1971. Dec. 2ist. Skirmish at Rectorstown, Va. I3th Cavalry, Maj. Douglas Frazar. 

1972. Dec. 21 st. Skirmish at Liberty Mills, Va. Madison Court House. Gordons- 

ville raid, ist, 4th, 6th, 9th, 2ist and 25th Cavalry, and ist 
Dragoons. 

1973. Dec. 22d. Skirmish at Jack s Shop, Va. Robertson River; bridge at Cavesford; 

Gordonsville raid, ist, 4th, 6th, 9th, 2ist and 25th Cavalry, and 
ist Dragoons. 

1974. Dec. 22d. Skirmish at Franklin s Creek, near Mobile, Ala. I4th Cavalry, Col. 

Bassford. 

1975. Dec. 22d. Skirmish at Davis Creek, Pascagoula, Ala. I4th Cavalry. 

1976. Dec. 23d. Skirmish at Burlington Ferry, Bogan s Ford, Amite River, La. 

Detachment nth Cavalry. 

1977. Dec. 24th. Skirmish on scout near Lee s Mills, Va. 24th Cavalry. 

1978. Dec. 25th. Affair at Fort Fisher, N. C. Detachment I3th Artillery; detach 

ment i6th Artillery; 3d, 47th, 48th, Ii2th, iiSth, Ii7th, I42d and 
i6gth Infantry. 

1979. Dec. 26th. Skirmish at Warrenton, Va. Jefferson. 4th, 9th and 21 st Cavalry. 

1980. Dec. 27th. Skirmish near Ashby s Gap, Va. ist and 2ist Cavalry. 

1981. Dec. 27th. Skirmish at Five Mile Creek, near East Pascagoula, Ala. I4th 

Cavalry. 

1082. Dec. 29th. Skirmish a-t Jamestown, N. C. I2th Cavalry. 
1983. Dec. 29th. Skirmish at Deveaux Neck, Charleston and Savannah R. R., Ga. 

Coosawhatchie. 56th and I27th Infantry. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



269 



1864. 

1984. Dec. 3Oth. Skirmish at Greenwich, N. C. I2th Cavalry. 

1985. Dec. 3ist. Skirmish near Harrisonburg, Va. i5th Cavalry. 

1865. 

1986. Jan. 1st. Skirmish near Lewinsville, Va. Detachment I3th Cavalry. 

1987. Jan. 2d. Scout and skirmish from Benvard s Mills to South Quay, Va. 

Companies A, B, C, H and L, 3d Cavalry, Capt. George F. Dern. 

1988. Jan. 3d. Skirmish at Griffin s Mills, near East Pascagoula, Ala. I4th 

Cavalry. 

1989. Jan. loth. Skirmish at Woodstock, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry. 

1990. Jan. loth. Skirmish at Butler s Bridge, N. C. Battery A, 3d Artillery. 

1991. Jan. I3th. Skirmish on Darbytown Road, Va. Company A, 20th Cavalry. 

1992. Jan. isth. Skirmish near St. Augustine, Fla. I44th Infantry. 

1993. Jan. I5th. Assault and capture of Fort Fisher, N. C. (Includes losses on the 

I 4 th.) 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


w 

C 

: 
J 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


Wn d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


13th Art.. 
16th Art.. 






Company D 












24 
4 


Companies A, B, C, F, G, K, Maj. 
F. W. Prince 








? 






3 


16th Bat y 
15th Eng. 

3d Inf 






Capt. Richard H. Lee 


















. 4 
24 

24 

iM 

24 
24 
24 
24 
24 


Detachment, 1st Lieut. K. S. O Keefe, 
Companies A and I 
















1, Curtis 


2, Ames 


Capt. H. Reeve (w). Lieut. E. A. 
Behan (w) 




5 
2 

2 
10 
4 
17 
5 
6 


2 
1 

3 
2 
2 
10 
5 
8 
28 


10 
13 

11 
33 
60 
62 
65 
40 




2 


19 
16 

17 
45 
69 
92 
79 
53 


47th Inf.. 
48th Inf.. 

112th Inf 


2, Pennypacker 
2, Pennypacker 

1, Curtis 


2, Ames 


Capt. J. M McDonald 




2, Ames 
2, Ames 


Col. Wm. B. Coan (w), Lt.-Col. N. A. 
Elfwing 


1 






Col. John F. Smith (w), Lt.-Col. E. 
A. Ludwick 






115th Inf. . 


3, Bell 


2, Ames 


Lt.-Col. N. J. Johnson (c, w), Maj. 
E. L. Walrath (c) 


1 

1 
1 
1 
E 




2 
2 
3 
3 
12 


117th Inf. . 


1, Curtis 


2, Ames 


Col. R. Daggett (c), Lt.-Col. F. X 


142d Inf. . 


1, Curtis 


2, Ames 


Meyer. 


Col. N. M. Curtis (c. w), Lt.-Col. A. 
M. Barney 


169th Inf.. 


3, Bell 


2, Ames 


Col. A. Alden (c). Lt.-Col. J. A. 
Colvin 


Total 


51 


297 




393 





1094. Jan. i6th. 



Detachment Battery C, 3d Ar- 



Skirmish at Washington, N. C. 

tillery. 

1995- Jan. I7th. Skirmish at Lovettsville, Va. 6th Cavalry. 
1906. Jan. I9th. Skirmish near Paris, Va. 2ist Cavalry. 

1997. Jan. I9th. Skirmish at Columbia Furnace, Va. 25th Cavalry. 

1998. Jan. 22d. Skirmish at Edinburg, Va. Detachment 5th Cavalry. 

1999. Jan. 26th-April 26th. Gen. Sherman s Campaign of the Carolinas. The Pro 

visional Corps became part of the 23d Corps April 2d; the loth 
Corps was re-formed of the portions of the 24th and igth Corps 
in North Carolina, April 2d. (See table following). 



270 



IN THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1865. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


c. 

o 
O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss s. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


12th Cav . 
20th Cav . 

23d Cav . 
1st Art.: 
Bat y I. 

Bat y M 
3d Art.: .. 
Bat y A. 
Bat y C. 

Bat y D 
Bat y G. 
Bat y I. 

16th Bat y. 
23d Bat y. 

15th Eng. 
3d Inf.. 

17th Vet. 
Inf. 

47th Inf. . 








Army of the Ohio, Col. James W. 
Savage 


1 






4 


4 


69 


SO 






10 


Company I, Capt. John J. Carroll 
escort 












Two companies with the 12th Cav . . 
















Reynolds 




20 
20 
Pro 


Capt. C. E. Winegar (c), Lieut. W. 
L. Scott 
















Reynolds 




Lieut. Edward P. Newkirk 












* 


5 

1 





Carter 


Capt. Samuel P. Russell 








1 




Reserve 
Reserve 
Reserve 
Reserve 


Artillery 
Artillery 
Artillery 
Artillery 




Army of the Ohio, Lieut. E. Barton 
Wood .... 




1 




5 






Army of the Ohio, Capt. S. Van 
Heusen 














Army of the Ohio, Capt. William 
A. Kelsey 








9 






2 
6 


Army of the Ohio, Lieut. William 
Richardson, Capt. Samuel P. 
Russell 




1 








5 




2, Ames 


10 


Capt. Richard H. Lee 















3, Kilpatrick. . 


Cav 


Army of Georgia, Capt. Samuel 
Kittinger, Jr 
















Army of the Ohio, three companies, 
Maj. Henry V. Slosson 
















1, Daggett. . . . 

1, Vandever. . . 
2, Coan 


2, Ames 

2, Morgan 
2, Ames 


10 

14 

10 
10 

20 

Pro 


Capt. G. E. Fordham, Lt.-Col. A. 
Dunham 
















Lt. Col. James Lake (w), Maj. A. S. 
Marshall 


1 


9 


2 


33 


1 


11 


57 


Col. Christopher R. Macdonald. . 


48th Inf 


2 Coan . 


2, Ames 


Col. Wm. B. Coan (c), Capt. V. K. 
Hilliard 
















60th Inf.. 
85th Inf. . 


3, Barnum. . . . 
1, Mallory . . 


2, Geary 
2 Carter . 


Capt. A. B. Shipman, Lt.-Col. L. S. 
Willson 












5 


5 


Lt -Col Wm. W. Clark 












99th Inf.. 








Detachment with 132d Infantry. . . 
















102d Inf.. 

107th Inf. . 
112th Inf.. 
115th Inf. . 


3. Barnum. . . . 

2, Hawley. . . . 
1, Daggett 
3, Granger .... 


2, Geary 

1, Jackson. . . . 
1, Ames 


20 

20 
10 
10 
10 

?0 


Lt.-Col. H. S. Chatfield, Maj. O. J. 
Spaulding 




1 




2 
26 




14 

19 


18 
47 


Col. Nirom M. Crane 
Col. Ephraim A. Ludwick 
Lt Col. Nathan J Johnson .... 






1 


117th Inf.. 

119th Inf. . 
123d Inf.. 
128th Inf. . 
132d Inf.. 

134th Inf. . 
136th Inf.. 
137th Inf. . 


1, Daggett. . . . 
2, Mindil 


2, Ames 
2, Geary 


Col. Rufus Daggett (c), Capt. E. 
Downer 
















Col. John T. Lockman 












4 
11 

4 


4 

15 

24 
1 
55 
8 
8 


1, Selfridge. . . . 
3, Day 
1, Moore 

2, Mindil 
3, Cogswell .... 
3, Barnum. . . . 


1, Jackson .... 
1, Birge 
2, McLean. . . . 

2, Geary 
3, Ward 
2, Geary 


20 
10 
23 

20 
20 
20 
20 
10 
20 
20 

20 
20 

10 
10 
10 

10 


Col James C. Rogers 








4 




Capt. Henry H. Sincerbox 
Col. Peter J. Claassen (c), Lt.-Col. 
G. H Hitchcock 




1 


2 


17 
1 




Capt. P. E. McMaster, Lt.-Col. 
A. H. Jackson 




Maj. H. L. Arnold, Capt. G. H. 
Eldridge, Col. James Wood, Jr. . 
Maj. M. B. Eldredge, Lt.-Col. K. S. 




2 


2 


41 


1 


9 

8 
6 


141st Inf.. 
142d Inf.. 
143d Inf.. 
149th Inf. . 

150th Inf.. 
154th Inf 


1, Selfridge.... 
1, Daggett. . . . 
3, Robinson. . . 
3, Barnum. . . . 

2, Hawley. . . . 
2 Mindil 


1, Jackson .... 
2, Ames 
1, Jackson. . . . 
2, Geary 

1, Jackson. . . . 
2, Geary 


Capt. Wm. Merrell, Lt.-Col. A. J. 
McNett 








2 




Lt.-Col. Wm. A. Jones, Col. A. M. 
Barney 












Lt.-Col. H. Watkins (w), Capt. E. 
H. Pinney, Col. Horace Boughton 
Col. Henry A. Barnum (c), Capt. 
Henry N. Burhans, Lt.-Col. 




2 


3 


6 


1 


1 

3 
11 

10 


13 

3 
33 

10 


Lt.-Col. Alfred B. Smith 


1 


1 


1 


19 




Col. P. H. Jones (c), Lt.-Col. L. D. 
Warner 


156th Inf. . 
169th Inf 


3, Day 


1, Birge 
2, Ames 


Capt. Alfred Cooley 












175th Inf. . 
176th Inf.. 


3, Day 


1, Birge 


Capt. Charles McCarthy, five com- 
















3, Day 


1, Birge 


Maj. Charles Lewis 
















Total 


3 


20 


11 


163 


9 


195 


401 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


32 


414 


101 


2227 


62 


2327 


5223 



Ix THE FIELD -- BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



271 



1865. 

2000. Jan. 2/th. Skirmish at Elrod s Tanyard, De Kalb county, Ala. 68th Infantry. 

2001. Jan. 28th. Skirmish at Roman s Landing, Ala. Detachment 68th Infantry. 

2002. Jan. 28th. Skirmish at Bayou Mason, Ark. nth Cavalry. 

2003. Jan. 2Qth. Skirmish at Robertsville, S. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. I34th 

and I43d Infantry. 

2004. Jan. 2gth. Skirmish at Columbia Furnace, Va. 25th Cavalry. 

2005. Jan. 30th. Skirmish at Halloway s Ferry, Ark. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

2006. Feb. 2d. Skirmish at Plymouth, N. C. I2th Cavalry. 

2007. Feb. 2d. Skirmish at Colerain, N. C. I2th Cavalry. 

2008. Feb. 2d. Skirmish at Lawtonville, S. C. Campaign of the Carolinas, I43d 

Infantry. 

2009. Feb. 3d. Skirmish at Broad Run, Va. Detachment I3th Cavalry. 

2010. Feb. 4th-6th. Expedition and skirmishes from Winchester, Va., to Moorefield, 

W. Va. Detachments 8th and 22d Cavalry. 

201 1. Feb. 5th. Skirmish at White Oak Swamp, Va. 1st Mounted Rifles. 

2012. Feb. 5th-8th. Engagement at Hatcher s Run, Va. Vaughan Road, Arm 

strong s Mills, Tucker House, Hatcher s Run, Rowanty Creek, 
Feb. sth-6th; Gravelly Run, Boydton Plank Road, Feb. 6th-;th; 
Dabney s Mills and Fort Stedman, Feb. 6th~7th. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


ia 

I* 

o 

O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


10th Cav. . 
24th Cav. . 
2d Moun d 
Rifles... 
1st Art.: 
Bat y D. 
Bat y L. 
8th Art. . 
15th Art. . 
50th Eng. . 


2, Davies 
2, Davies 

3, Knowles. . . . 
Fitzhugh .... 


2, Gregg 
2, Gregg 

2, Gregg 


Cav 
Cav 

r?w 


Col. Matthew H. Avery 
Lt.-Col. Walter C. Newberry 

Capt. S. D. Stevenson 




.... 


1 


" 8 






1 
9 




5 

5 


Capt James B Hazelton 
















Fitzhugh 




Capt. George Breck 
















2, Murphy .... 
1. Winthrop. . . 
Engineers 


2. Smyth 
2, Ayres 


2 
5 


Col Joel B. Baker 









1 




3 


8 
30 


Lt -Col Michael Wiedrich (c) . . . . 




4 


1 


25 




Detachment 








5th Vet. In 
10th Inf 


1, Winthrop.. . 
3 Pierce 


2, Ayres 
2 Smyth 


5 

2 
2 
2 

6 
2 
2 
2 
5 
5 

5 
5 
2 
2 
6 
2 
5 
5 
5 


Col. F. Winthrop (c),Capt. Chas. S. 
Montgomery (k), Capt. Henry 


1 


1 


1 
1 


11 

1 
? 






14 
2 

2 

1 
2 


Lt -Col George F Hopper 






40th Inf.. 
59th Inf.. 

65th Inf.. 
73d Inf.. 
86th Inf.. 
93d Inf.. 
94th Inf.. 
95th Inf.. 

97th Inf. . 
104th Inf.. 


1, DeTrobriand 
1, Olmstead. . . 

2. Hubbard . . . 
1, DeTrobriand 
1, DeTrobriand 
2, West 
3, Morrow .... 
3, Morrow .... 

1, Baxter 


3, Mott 
2, Smyth 

1, Wheaton. . . 
3, Mott 
3, Mott 
3, Mott 
3, Crawford . . . 
3, Crawford . . . 

3. Crawford . . . 


Col. Madison M. Cannon 










Col. Wm. A. Olmstead (c), Lt.-Col. 
T. A. Jewell 








t 






Lt.-Col. H. C. Fisk 








? 






Lt -Col. Michael W. Burns 














Lt.-Col. Nathan H. Vincent 








? 






3 

"46 

37 
34 
3 


Capt. George Bushnell 
Maj. Henry H. Fish 
Col v J. Creney (w), Capt. Geo. D. 

Knight 




"i 

2 
3 


1 
S 


"36 

32 
26 




2 
2 
3 


Col. John P. Spofford 
Lieut. Jas. H. Cain, provost guard. 




108th Inf. . 
120th Inf.. 
121st Inf.. 
124th Inf.. 
140th Inf.. 
146th Inf.. 
147th Inf.. 
152:1 Inf.. 
155th Inf.. 
164th Inf.. 
170th Inf.. 

182d Inf.. 


3, Pierce 


2, Smyth 
3, Mott 
1, Wheaton. . . 
3, Mott 
2, Ayres 
2, Ayres 
3, Crawford . . . 












3, McAllister . . 
2, Hubbard . . . 
1, DeTrobriand 
I, Winthrop. . . 
1, Winthrop. . . 
3, Morrow .... 
1, Olmstead. . . 
2, Murphy. . . . 
2, Murphy. . . . 
2, Murphy. . . . 

2, Murphy. . . . 










? 






2 
4 

"23 


Coi. Chas. H. Weygan tV. . . . . . . . . . 
Lt -Col Wm S Grantsynn 




"8 




4 

"?n 






















1 


2 


3 


28 


1 


13 


48 


2, Smyth 
?, Smyth 
2, Smyth 
2, Smyth 

2, Smyth 


2 
2 
2 
2 

2 


Capt Chas H Dygert 


















Col. Wm. De Lacy 
Col. J. P. Mclvor (c), Maj. C. 






1 








1 


Col. M. Murphy (c, w), Lt.-Col. 
John Coonan . . 




1 


9 






1 


4 



272 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1865. 













Killed . 


W n d. 


Miss g. 




ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




Commanding Officers. 


(4 


T3 


- 


-a 


g 


T) 


<u 
I 








e. 




u 
u 


M Q 




;_ 


01 <U 




C/l f 


u 








|H 




~ 


"c ^ 


e 


C " 


i 


"c ^ 


BO 












C 




c 


W 


c 


w 




185th Inf. . 


1. Sickles 


1, Griffin 


5 


Col. E. S. Jenney (c), Lt.-Col. G. 
























Sniper 




2 


1 


q 


1 


o 


16 


187th Inf. . 


2, Burr 


1, Griffin... 


5 


Lt.-Col. Daniel Myers; a Battalion 






1 






1 


8 


188th Inf . . 


2, Burr 


1, Griffin 




Lt -Col. Isaac Doolittle; a Battalicn 




7 




21 






31 


189th Inf.. 


2, Burr 


1, Griffin 


5 


Col. A. L. Burr (c), Lt.-Col. J. G. 
























Townsend 




2 




13 






15 










Total 
















2 


34 


Hi 


253 


V 


31 


338 










Total loss of Union forces engaged 


16 














155 


75 


1106 


185 


1539 



2013. Feb. 6th. Skirmish on scout to Leesburg, Va. Detachment I3th Cavalry. 

2014. Feb. 6th. Skirmish at Hamburg, Ark. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

2015. Feb. 7th. Skirmish at Leesburg, Va. 1st Dragoons. 

2016. Feb. 7th. Skirmish at Coles Island, S. C. One section Battery B, 3d Ar 

tillery. 

2017. Feb. 8th. Skirmish at Ashapoo, S. C. Deveaux Neck, Combahee. One sec 

tion Battery B, 3d Artillery. 

2018. Feb. loth. Skirmish on James Island, S. C. 54th and I44th Infantry. 

2019. Feb. loth. Skirmish at Salkahatchie, S. C., near Pocotaligo. I27th Infantry. 

2020. Feb. nth. Affair at Williamsburg, Va. Detachments 2Oth Cavalry, ist 

Mounted Rifles and i6th Artillery. 

2021. Feb. nth. Skirmish at Johnson s Creek, Ga. CSth Infantry, Felix Prince Salm. 

2022. Feb. nth-i2th. Action at Cape Fear Intrenchments, N. C. Federal Point; 

Flag Pond Battery; Sugar Loaf Battery. Detachment i6th Ar 
tillery; i6th Battery; 3d, 47th, 48th, H2th, H5th, ii7th, I42d and 
i6gth Infantry. 

2023. Feb. I2th. Skirmish at Plymouth, N. C. I2th Cavalry. 

2024. Feb. I2th-i3th. Skirmishes at North and South Edisto River, S. C. Campaign 

of the Carolinas. 6oth, I02d and I54th Infantry. 

2025. Feb. 15th. Skirmish at Smithfield, N. C. 47th and 48th Infantry. 

2026. Feb. I5th. Skirmish at Lexington Court House, S. C. Campaign of the Caro 

linas. I34th and I37th Infantry. 

2027. Feb. iSth-igth. Skirmish at Greenville, N. C. I2th Cavalry. 

2028. Feb. i8th-20th. Action at Fort Anderson, N. C. Detachment i6th Artillery; 

i6th Battery; 3d, 47th, 48th, ii2th, iiSth, ii7th, H2d and :6gth 
Infantry. 

2029. Feb. I9th-20th. Skirmish in Loudon County, Va. 2ist Cavalry. 

2030. Feb. 22d. Action near Wilmington, N. C. Smith Creek; Northeast Ferry. 

Detachment i6th Artillery; i6th Battery; 3d, 47th, 48th, Lt.-Col. 
Elfwing (w), H2th, IiSth, Ii7th, I42d and i6gth Infantry. 

2031. Feb. 24th. Skirmish at Monk s Corners, S. C I44th Infantry. 

2032. Feb. 27th. Skirmish at Santee River, S. C. 54th Infantry. 

2033. Feb. 28th. Skirmish at Mt. Crawford, Va. ist Cavalry, Lt.-Col. Battersby 

2034. March ist-ioth. Skirmishes on raid to Clinton and Jackson, La. Company M, 

I4th Cavalry. 

2035. March 2d. Attack and capture of Waynesboro, Va. Includes skirmish near 

Staunton. 1st, 2d, 6th, 8th, 9th and I5th Cavalry and ist 
Dragoons. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES. ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



273 



1865. 

2036. March 3d. Skirmish at Chesterfield, S. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. I23d 

and I4ist Infantry. 

2037. March 3d. Skirmish at Charlottesville, Va. 9th Cavalry and ist Dragoons. 

2038. March 4th. Skirmish at Holly Springs, Va. Mt. Jackson; Rood s Hill. 22d 

and 25th Cavalry. 

2039. March 5th. Skirmish at Wadesboro, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. I02d 

Infantry. 

2040. March 5th. Skirmishes at Lacy Springs and Mt. Sidney, Va. Harrisonburg. 
/, 4th, 5th and 25th Cavalry. 

2041. March 5th. Skirmish at Warrenton, Va. i6th Cavalry. 

2042. March 6th. Skirmish at New Market, Va. 5th and 22d Cavalry. 

2043. March 6th. Action at Southwest Creek, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas, 

Battery C, 3d Artillery. 

2044. March 7th. Skirmish at Rood s Hill, Va. Mt. Jackson. 5th, 22d and 25th 

Cavalry. 

2045. March 7th. Skirmish at Fairfax Court House, Va. i6th Cavalry. Also Flint 

Hill. 

2046. March 7th. Skirmish at Oxford Road, Miss. Detachment nth Cavalry. 

2047. March 7th-ioth. Engagement at Wise s Fork, N. C. Wilcox s Bridge; Jack s 

Bridge; Southwest Creek, near Kinston. Campaign of the 
Carolinas. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


0. 



- 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


S Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


*. 1 Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
g | men. 


12th Cav. 
23d Cav 


Army of the 


Ohio 




Col James W. Savage 


1 


2 




4 






Two companies, with 12th Cavalry. . 


3d Art.: 
Bat y A 

Bat y C 
Bat y D 
Bat y G 
Bat y I 
15th Eng. 

85th Inf. . 
99th Inf.. 
132d Inf.. 


2d Division . . . 
1st Division. . . 
1st Division. . . 
2d Division. . . 
2d Division . . . 
Army of the 

1, Mallory. . . . 
2, Claassen. . . . 
2, Claassen. . . . 


Dist. of Beau 
fort 










1 






1 

6 


Dist. of Beau 
fort 


t* 

a 

M 


c 


Lieut E Barton Wood 




1 




>i 






Dist. of Beau 
fort 
















Dist of Beau 
fort 
Dist. of Beau 
fort 


Capt. Wm. A. Kelsey 




1 




2 




5 


2 
6 


Ohio 

2, Carter 
1, Palmer 
1, Palmer 


Three companies, Maj. Henry V. 












Lieut. -Col. William W. Clark 
Detachment with 132d Infantry 
















Col. P. J. Claassen (c), Lt.-Col. G. H. 




1 
5 
60 


2 
3 

25 


17 
29 
294 


4 

2: 1 . 


4 

78 
930 


24 
119 
1336 


Hitchcock 


Total 


1 
4 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 



2048. March 8th. 



2049. 
2050. 
2051. 
2052. 
2053. 
2054- 



March 8th. 

March 8th. 

March loth. 

March loth. 

March nth. 

March nth. 

18 



Skirmish at Rockingham, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. I7th 

Veteran and I07th Infantry. 
Skirmish at Vienna, Va. i6th Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Ripley, Tenn. Detachment nth Cavalry. 
Skirmish near Augusta Court House, Va. 1st Cavalry. 
Skirmish near South Quay, Va. South Keys. 3d Cavalry. 
Skirmish at Fayetteville, N. C. I7th Veteran Infantry. 
Skirmish at Core Creek, Trent Road, N. C. Detachment I2th 

Cavalry. 



274 I N THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



2055. March nth. 

2056. March, nth. 

2057. March i2th. 

2058. March I2th. 

2059. March I2th. 

2060. March I2th. 

2061. March I2th. 

2062. March I4th. 

2063. March I4th. 

2064. March I4th. 

2065. M^rch I5th. 

2066. March isth. 

2067. March I5th. 

2068. March i6th. 



1865. 

Skirmish at Goochland Court House, Va. 6th and gth Cavalry, and 

ist Dragoons. 
Skirmish at Wolf River, near Germantown, Tenn. nth Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Northern Neck, Va. Westmoreland county. 1st 
Mounted Rifles. 

Skirmish at Haydenville, Va. ist Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Lewinsville, Va. I3th Cavalry. Also Peach Grove. 

Skirmish at Charlottesville, Va. 2d, 6th and isth Cavalry; ist 
Dragoons. - f 

Skirmish at Morganza Bend, La., below McCullum s Point. I4th 
Cavalry, Col. Bassford. 

Skirmish near Kinston, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. De 
tachment I2th Cavalry. 

Skirmish on reconnaissance to Silver Creek on Fayette and Raleigh 
Road, N. C., near Fayetteville. Campaign of the Carolinas. 
I36th Infantry. 

Skirmish on Pigeon Roost Road, near Memphis, Tenn. Detach 
ment nth Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Suffolk, Va. Detachment 3d Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Ashland, and at Beaver Dam Station, Va. ist, 2d, 
8th and I5th Cavalry. 

Skirmish at Kyle s Landing, near Fayetteville, N. C. Campaign 
of the Carolinas. I07th and isoth Infantry. 

Battle at Averasboro, N. C. Smith s Farm; Black Creek. Cam 
paign of the Carolinas. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 




o 
O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


a 
Sts 

W 0) 

^6 

W 


Officers. 


d 

SG 

in v 

^E 
a 


1st Art.: 
Bat y I. 
Bat y M 
17th Vet. 1 

60th Inf.. 
102d Inf.. 
107th Inf.. 
119th Inf.. 
123d Inf.. 
134th Inf 






20 
20 
14 

20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 

20 
20 
















Reynolds 
1, Vandever. . . 

3, Barnum. . . . 
3, Barnum. . . . 
2, Hawley. . . . 

2 Mindil 


2, Morgan 

2, Geary 
2, Geary 
1, Jackson. . . . 
2 Geary 


Lieut. Edward Newkirk 
Lt.-Col. James Lake (w), Maj. Alex. 
S Marshall 


! 


6 


2 


23 






32 


Capt. Abner B. Shipman 
Lt -Col Harvey S Chatfield 








1 


26 


1 


is 


46 


Col John T Lockman 






1, Self ridge 
2 Mindil 


1, Jackson. . . . 
2 Geary 










4 ... 




4 


Capt Perry E McMaster 














136th Inf 


3 Cogswell 


3, Ward ... . 


Maj Henry L Arnold 




2 


1 


15 






18 


137th Inf.. 
141st Inf.. 
143d Inf.. 

149th Inf.. 

150th Inf.. 
154th Inf.. 


3, Barnum. . . . 
1, Self ridge 
3, Robinson. . . 

3, Barnum. . . . 

2, Hawley. . . . 
2 Mindil 


2, Geary 
1, Jackson. . . . 
1, Jackson. . . . 

2, Geary 










Capt William Merrell 








2 
3 




i 


3 

7 


Lt.-Col. H. Watkins (w), Capt. E. 




1 


3 


Col. H. A. Barnum (c), Capt. H. N. 




1, Jackson. . . . 
2 Geary 


Lt -Col Alfred B Smith 


1 




l 


17 






19 


Col. Patrick H Jones 















Total 


L 














9 


8 


90 


1 
1 


19 


129 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


12 


81 


34 


497 


53 


678 



2069. March I7th. Skirmish near New Kent Court House, Va. 1st Mounted Rifles. 

2070. March i8th. Skirmish at Dranesville, Va. Detachment I3th Cavalry, Col. H. 

S. Gansevoort. 

2071. March i8th. Skirmish at Staunton, Va. 2$th Cavalry. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



275 



1865. 

2072. March i8th. Skirmish at Seven Pines, Va. Near New Kent Court House. De 

tachment 1st Mounted Rifles. 

2073. March iSth. Skirmish at White House, Va. gth Cavalry. 

2074. March igth. Skirmish at Best s Station, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. De 

tachment I2th Cavalry. 

2075. March igth. Skirmish at Bottom s Bridge, Va. White House, ist Mounted 

Rifles. 

2076. March I9th-20th. Battle of Bentonville, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


g 

_" 
U 

20 
20 
14 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W tTd. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


: 1 Enlisted 
I men. 


Officers. 


: : 1 Enlisted 
: i i_ : men. 


Battery I, 

1st Art. . 
Battery M, 
1st Art.. 
17th Vet. 
Inf. . 


Reynolds 




Capt. Charles E. Winegar 
Lieut. Edward P. Newkirk 










1 

14 


1, Vandever. . . 


2, Morgan 


Maj. Alexander S. Marshall 









10 




60th Inf. . 
102d Inf.. 


3, Barnum. . . . 
3. Barnum . . 


2, Geary 
2, Geary 


20 
20 
"(i 


Capt. Abner B. Shipman 
Lt.-Col. Harvey S. Chatfield 












107th Inf. . 2, Hawley. . . . 


1, Jackson .... 


Col. Nirom M. Crane 
















119th Inf.. 2, Mindil 
123d Inf.. 1, Selfridge.. . . 


2, Geary 
1, Jackson .... 


20 
20 


Col. John T. Lockman 
















Col. James C. Rogers 












1 


1 


134th Inf. . 2, Mindil 


2, Geary 


2(1 
20 
20 
20 
20 

20 

20 
20 


Capt. Perry E. McMaster 












136th Inf. . 3. Cogswell. . . . 


3, Ward 


Maj. Henry L. Arnold 






1 


26 






27 


137th Inf. . 
141st Inf.. 
143d Inf.. 

149th Inf.. 

150th Inf.. 
154th Inf.. 


3, Barnum. . . . 
1, Selfridge... . 
3, Robinson. . . 

3, Barnum. . . . 

2, Hawley. . . . 
2, Mindil 


2, Geary 
1, Jackson .... 
1, Jackson .... 

2, Geary 

1 , Jackson .... 
2, Geary 


Maj. Milo B. Eldredge 










Capt. Wm. Merrell 
















Lt.-Col. II . Watkins, Capt. Edward 
H. Pinney 




1 




3 






4 


Col. Henry A. Barnum (c), Capt. H. 
N. Burhans 














Lt.-Col. Alfred B. Smith 
Col. Patrick H. Jones 

Total 


- - 


4 

181 


1 
70 


1 

4:; 
1047 


4 


5 

8 
291 


6 

53 

1604 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


1! 



2077. March 20th. Skirmish near Bear Creek, N. C. Mosely Hall. Campaign of the 

Carolinas. i2th and 23d Cavalry. 

2078. March 2ist. Skirmish at College Hill, Fla. 2d Veteran Cavalry, Col. Chrysler. 

2079. March 2ist-22d. Skirmish near Goldsboro, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. 

I2th Cavalry. 

2080. March 22cl. Skirmish at White Post, Va. 2ist Cavalry. 

2081. March 23d. Skirmish at Snow Hill, N. C. Laurel Hill. Campaign of the Caro 

linas. I2th Cavalry. 

2082. March 23d. Skirmish at Pine Barren Creek, Fla. Operations against Mobile, 

Ala. 2d Veteran Cavalry. 

2083. March 23d-24th. Skirmish at Cox s Bridge, N. C. Neuse River. Campaign of 

the Carolinas. 47th and H2th Infantry. 

2084. March 23d-24th. Skirmish near Goldsboro, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. 

I7th Veteran and iO2d Infantry. 

2085. March 25th. Skirmishes at Cotton, Canoe and Pringle Creeks, Fla. Operations 

against Mobile, Ala. 2d Veteran Cavalry, Col. Chrysler and Maj. 
Van Voast. 



276 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1865. 

2086. March 25th. Skirmish at Bluff Springs, Fla. Operations against Mobile, Ala. 

2d Veteran Cavalry. 

2087. March 25th. Engagement at Fort Stedman, Va. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


a 



o 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 

men. 


Officers. 


1 Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


1st Art.: 
Bat y G. 
8th Art.: 
Bat y G. 
14th Art. . 
19th Bty. 
27th Bty. 
34th Bty. 
46th Inf.. 
51st Inf 


Tidball 




9 

.< 
, 
;> 
<i 


Capt Samuel A. McClellan 












Tidball 
3, McLaughlin. 
Tidball 


i. Wilicox. . . . 


Capt. John R. Cooper 




1 

12 
1 


1 

2 


1 

43 






3 
274 

15 


7 
2 


210 
12 


Capt. Edward W. Rogers 




Tidball 




Capt. John B. Eaton 










Tidball 




9 


Capt. Jacob Roemer 




1 




1 


3 
S 






5 
5 


1, Ely 
1 Curtis 


1, Willcox. . . . 
2 Potter . 


9 

9 


Lt -Col Adolph Becker 




Caot. Thomas B. Marsh. . . 














79th Inf 






9|Maj. Andrew D. Baird, Provost Guard 
9 Lt -Col. Colwert K. Pier 
















109th Inf. . 
179th Inf.. 
186th Inf 


1, Harriman.. . 
1, Griffin 
2 Griffin 


1 Willcox 
















2. Polter 
2 Potter 


9 
9 


Col. William M Gregg 
Col Bradley Winslow 






















Total 


















17 


4 


50 


9 
19 


222 
503 


302 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


4 


68 


38 


412 


1044 



2088. March 25th. 



2089. 
2090. 

2091. 
2092. 

2093- 
2094- 



March 
March 

March 
March 

March 
March 



2O95- March 



Engagements before Petersburg Works, Va. Co-operating move 
ments in support of recapture of Fort Stedman. Near Hatcher s 
Run and Squirrel Level, by 2d Corps; opposite Fort Fisher, by 
6th Corps. Batteries C, E and L, ist Artillery; 2d, 4th, 8th and 
9th Artillery; ist, 3d and nth Batteries; 7th Veteran, 39th, 40th, 
43d, 49th, 52d, 59th, 6ist, 6zd, 63d, 64th, 65th, 66th, 69th, 73d, 
77th, 86th, 88th, 93d, io6th, loSth, inth, i2Oth, I2ist, i22d, Col. 
Augustus W. Dwight (k), I24th, I25th. I26th, isist, I52d, I55th, 
i64th, Col. William DeLacy (w), I70th, i82d and iSsth Infantry. 

25th-27th. Skirmish near Goldsboro, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. 
Detachment I2th Cavalry. 

26th. Skirmish at Pollard, Ala. Operations against Mobile, Ala. 2d 
Veteran Cavalry, Col. Chrysler. 

26th. Skirmish at White House Landing, Va. ist and 2d Cavalry. 

27th. Skirmish near Goldsboro, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. I43d 
Infantry. 

27th. Skirmish at Snow Hill, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. I54th 
Infantry. 

27th-April 9th. Investment and capture of Spanish Fort, Ala. Opera 
tions against Mobile. iSth, 2ist and 26th Batteries; i6ist In 
fantry. 

28th-April 9th. Appomattox Campaign, Va. Gives the loss of all en 
gagements, etc., of the Army of the Potomac and of the James, 
and of the Cavalry, to Gen. Lee s surrender. After the fall ot 
Petersburg, the 2d, 5th and 6th Corps and Turner s and Foster s 
Division, 24th Corps, and Cavalry formed and pursuing force; 
the 9th Corps occupied Petersburg, and the troops on the north 
side of the James River, Richmond; the 2d and 3d Divisions, 9th 
Corps, joined the pursuing column, and at the surrender were 
between Farmville and Nottoway Court House. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



277 



1865. 



OCRAN IZA- 

TIOXS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


u* 
O 
O 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


a 

~j C 

1 

W 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


1st Cav. . 
2d Cav. . 


3, Capehart. . . 
1, Pennington . 


3, Custer 
3, Custer 


Cav 

Cav 


Lt.-Col". Jenyns C. Battersby 
Col. Alanson M Randol 






I. 

s 

: 
- 


11 

36 

6 
22 

8 


1 




13 

53 

12 
29 
13 
72 
51 

3 


6th Cav. . 

8th Cav. . 
9th Cav 


2, Fitzhugh. .. 

2, Wells 
2 Fitzhugh. . . 


1, Devin 

3, Custer 
1, Devin 


Cav 

Cav 
Pav 


Col. C. L. Fitzhugh (c), Maj. H. 
White 




Maj. James Bliss 
Maj. James R. Dinnin 


1 


1 






10th Cav 




2, Crook 


Tav 


Col M Henry Avery 




14 

8 




2 


38 
35 


"i 


14 

4 


15th Cav. . 
20th Cav. . 

20; h Cav. 


2, Wells 
1, West 


3, Custer 
Mackenzie. . . . 


Cav 


Col. John J. Coppinger 
Army of the James, Company G, 
Capt. Thomas H. Butler 


1 


Army of the James, Company D 














20th Cav. 








Capt. Wayland F. Ford, at Fort 
Pocahontas 


Army of the James, Company F, 
Lieut. John E. Pollard, at Fort 
Powhattan 
















24th Cav. 

1st Drag s. 
1st Moun d 
Rifles . . 


1 , Davies 


2, Crook 


Cav 
Cav 


Col. Walter C. Newberry (w), Lt.- 
Col. Melzer Richards (w), Maj. 
Wm. A. Snyder 
Maj. Howard M. Smith 


j 


4 
1 


4 
4 


30 
15 


i 


33 
1 


73 
21 


2, Fitzhugh. . . 


1, Devin 


Army of the Tames, unattached, 
Col. Edwin V. Sumner 




2>1 Moun d 
Rifles.. . 

OneidaCav 

1st Art.: 
Bat y B 
Bat yC, 

Bat y D 
Bat y E. 

Bat y G 

Bat y H. 
Bat y L 

2d Art . . 
3d Art.: 
Bat y E. 
Bat y H 
Bat y K 
Bat y M 
4th Art . . 
Co. C... 


3, Smith 


2, Crook 


Cav 


Maj. Paul Chadbourne (w), Col. 
John Fisk 




5 


4 


24 


i 


28 


62 


Headquarters Army of the Poto 
mac, Capt. James E. Jenkins. . . . 




Wainwright. . . 
Art. Reserve. . 

Wainwright. . . 


Hays 


5 
5 


Capt. Robert E. Rogers 
Serving with 9th Corps, Capt. D. F. 
Ritchie 




1 




2 






3 
3 

1 


Lieut. Delos M. Johnson 








? 






Artillery Res. . 


Hays 


Serving with 9th Corps, Lieut. G. 
H. Barse 








1 






Artillery Res. . 


Hays 




Serving with 9th Corps, Capt. 
Samuel A. McClellan 












Wainwright. . . 




6 


Capt. Charles E. Mink 




1 




2 






3 


Artillery Res. . 


Hays 




Serving with 9th Corps, Lieut. 
Dewitt M. Ferine, Capt. George 
Breck 














1, Scott 

Abell . . 
Abell 


1, Miles 


2 

24 
24 


Maj. Oscar F. Hulser 
Capt. George E. Ashby 




6 


5 


57 


ji 


70 


141 


Capt. Enoch Jones 
















Abell 




24 


Capt. James R. Angel 












Abell . , 




24 
2 
2 
2 


Capt. John H. Howell 
















2, NuRent 


1, Miles 


Maj Seward F. Gould 




7 


2 


92 




1 


102 


Hazard 




Capt. Richard Kennedy 




Co. L... 


Hazard 




Lieut. Frank Seymour 
















6th Art . . 


2, Kibbe 


1, Ferrero 


















8th Art . . 


2, Mclvor 


2, Havs 


? 


Bermuda Hundred, Col. George 
C. Kibbe (c), Lt.-Col. Stephen 
Baker 


Col. Joel B. Baker 






1 

; 


4 
59 






5 

72 


9th Art. . 


3, Keifer 


3, Seymour. . . 


6 
6 


Lt -Col James W Snyder 




5 




4 


Bat y L 
10th Art.. 

13th Art. . 


Cowan 




Cant. S. Augustus Howe 




2, Kibbe 


1, Ferrero 


Army of the James, defenses of 
Bermuda Hundred, Lt.-Col. G. 
de Peyster Arden 




2 


2 


36 


i 


43 


84 


Army of the James, defenses of 
Bermuda Hundred, Companies 
A and H, Capt. William Pendrell 
Maj. George M.- Randall 
Lt.-Col. M. Wiedrich (w), Maj. 
Louis Eiche 




14th Art . . 
15th Art. . 

Co. M.. 
16th Art . . 

1st Bat y 

3d Bat y 
7th Bat y 

llth Bat y 
12th Bat y 
17th Bat y 
19th Bat y 


3, Robinson. . . 
1, Winthrop. . . 

Wainwright. . . 
Sep.; Carr. . . . 

Cowan 


1. Willcox. . . . 
!!, Ayres 


9 
5 

5 

6 
6 




12 


it 


1 

84 




132 


1 

242 


Capt. William D. Dickey 
Army of the James, Companies E 
and H, Capt. H. C. Thompson, 
Fort Pocohontas 




Capt. A. Cowan (c), Lieut. O. R. 
Van Ettan 








? 






2 
2 


Cowan 




Capt William A Ham 








2 










Army of the James Bermuda Hun 
dred, Lieut. Martin T. Mclntyre. 














Hazard 




2 

"24 
B 
















Artillery Res. . 
/. bell 
Tidball 


Hays 


Capt. Charles A. Clark 
Capt. George T. Anthony 
Capt. Edward W. Rogers . . 














.... 



278 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



1865. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


i 

V- 

C 

U 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed . 


W n d. 


Officers. | 


s g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Enlisted 
men. 


27th Baty 
33d Bat y 

34th Bat y 
1st Eng. . 


Tidball 




9 




















1, Ferrero 


Army of the James, Bermuda Hun 
dred Capt Algar M Wheeler. . . 
















Tidball 




<i 
























Army of the James, Col. James F. 
Hall 
















15th Eng. 
50th Eng . 

1st Bat l n 
Sh rp rs. 
SthVet. In 

7thVet. In 
10th Inf. . 
39th Inf. . 








Army of the Potomac, nine compa 
nies, Col. Wesley Brainard 
Army of the Potomac, Brevet-Col. 














Benham 
























5 
5 

2 
2 

2 

2 
6 

g 

6 

9 
2 

2 
2 

6 

2 

z 


Capt Clinton Perry 








1 




30 

10 


1 

68 
114 
5 

36 
11 


1, Winthrop.. . 
3 Madill .... 


2, Ayres 
1 Miles. . . 


Col. Frederick Winthrop (c, k), Capt. 
Henry Schieckhardt, Lt.-Col. Wm. 
F Drum (w) 


1 
1 


8 
17 


1 
8 
1 

1 
1 


28 
78 
4 

32 
7 




Lt -Col Anthony Pokorny 


3, Smyth 
3 Madill . 


2, Hays 
1 Miles 


Battalion, Lt.-Col. George F. Hopper. 
Col. A. Funk (w), Maj. John McE. 
Hyde 






40th Inf. . 
41st Inf.. 

43d Inf.. 
46th Inf. . 


1, DeTrobriand 
1, McKibbin. . 

3. Hyde 
2, Ely. . . 


3, Mott 
1, Ferrero 

2, Getty 
1, Wilcox 


Lt.-Col. Madison M. Cannon 
Army of the James, defenses of Ber 
muda Hundred, Lt.-Col. Detler 












Five companies, Lt.-Col. C. A. 
Milliken 




1 


1 


17 






11 

22 

9 


Lt.-Col. Adolph Becker 






1 


49th Inf. . 
51st Inf. . 


3, Hyde 
1 Curtin 


2, Getty 
2 Potter 


Five cos., Lt.-Col. E. D. Holt (w), 
Mai George H Selkirk 




1 


2 






Capt Thomas B Marsh 




52d Inf. . 
59th Inf.. 
61st Inf.. 

62d Inf.. 
63d Inf.. 

4th Inf. . 
65th Inf. . 

66th Inf. . 
69th Inf. . 


3, Madill 
!. Olmstead.. . 
1, Scott 

1, Warner. . . . 
2, Nugent 

4, Ramsay. . . . 
2, Hamblin . . . 

4, Ramsay. . . . 
2, Nugent 


1, Miles 
2, Hays 
1, Miles 

2, Getty 
1, MUes 

1, Miles 


Lt.-Col. Henry M. Karples, Maj. 
H. P Ritzius 


: 


9 
1 


1 


48 
1 




12 


73 
2 
97 

12 
41 

23 
13 

23 
6 

15 

"is 
"io 

4 

27 
230 
21 

85 
76 


Col. W. A. Olmsted (c), Capt. Wm. 


Col. George W. Scott (c), Maj. Geo. 
W. Schaffer 


1 

1 


6 

1 

1 


1 

1 
2 

1 


40 

6 

22 

21 

I 1 ? 


"l 


49 

n 

10 


Lt.-Col. Theodore B. Hamilton 
Six companies, Capt. Wm. H. Ter- 
williger 


Bpttalion Lt -Col Wm Glenny 


1, Wheaton. . . 
1, Miles.. . 


6 

2 
2 

2 
6 

9 

9 
24 
2 
2 

24 

5 
2 
5 

5 

24 


Col. J. E. Hamblin (c), Lt.-Col. H. C. 
Fisk 












1, Miles 


Col. R. Nugent (c), Lt.-Col. J. J. 

Smith 








18 






73d Inf.. 
77th Inf. . 

79th Inf. . 
80th Inf. . 
81st Inf. . 
86th Inf. . 
88th Inf. . 

89th Inf. . 

91st Inf.. 
93d Inf.. 
94th Inf. . 

95th Inf. . 
96th Inf. . 


1, DeTrobriand 
3, Hyde 

Indep.; Collis. 
1, Ripley 
1, DeTrobriand 
2, Nugent 

4, Fairchild . . . 

1, Kellogg 
2, Pierce 
3, Coulter 

3, Coulter 
2, Donohoe . . . 


3, Mott 
2, Getty 

3, Devens 
3, Mott 
1, Miles 

1, Foster 

3, Crawford . . . 
3, Mott 
3, Crawford . . . 

3, Crawford . . . 
3, Devens 


Lt.-Col. Michael W. Burns 
Five companies, Lt.-Col. David J. 
Caw, Capt. Charles E. Stevens. . . . 
Provost Guard, Maj. Andrew D. Baird 
Jacob B. Hardenberg 
Lt.-Col. L. V. S. Mattison 
Lt.-Col. Nathan H. Vincent 
Five companies, Lt.-Col. Denis F. 
Burke 




1 

2 


4 

i 


6 

10 

"is 

4 














Col. Harrison S. Fairchild, (c), Maj. 
Frank W. Tremain (k), Capt. Wm. 
Dobie 


1 

i 

2 


4 
33 
4 

10 

4 


i 

6 

4 

2 


21 

170 
16 

45 
61 






Col. Jonathan Tarbell 
Lt.-Col. Haviland Gifford 
Maj. H. H. Fish (k), Capt. A. T. 




21 

24 
9 


Capt. George D. Knight 






97th Inf. . 
98th Inf. . 


2, Baxter 
1, Ripley 


3, Crawford . . . 


6 

24 
24 

5 

r, 

2 
9 


Lt.-Col. Rouse S. Egleston (w) 
Lt -Col Wm Kreutzer 




2 


2 


18 




7 


29 


100th Inf. . 

103d Inf.. 
104th Inf. . 


3, Dandy. . . . 
1, McKibbin. . 


1, Foster 
1, Ferrero., . . . 


Col. George B. Dandy (c), Maj. 
James H. Dandy (k), Capt. Edwin 


1 


11 


2 


45 






59 


Armv of the James, Bermuda Hun 
dred, Capt. Wm. Redlich 






Provost Guard, Capt. Wm. W. 
Graham, 39th Mass Vols 
















106th Inf. . 

108th Inf. . 
109th Inf. . 


1, Truax 
3, Smyth 


3, Seymour. . . 

2, Hays . . 
1, Wilcox 


Col. Andrew N. McDonald. Lt.-Col. 
Alvah W. Brigcs, Col. McDonald. . 
Lt.-Col. Francis E. Pierce 
Lt.-Col. Colwert K. Pier 




8 
"l 

8 
.... 


"2 

3 


40 
1 
20 

69 

"ig 






48 
1 
23 

81 
"52 


lllth Inf. . 


3, Madill 


1, Miles 


2 

24 
2 


Col. Clinton D. MacDougall (c), Lt.- 
Col Lewis W Husk 


1 


118th Inf. . 
120th Inf. . 


2, Donohoe. . . 
3. McAllister. . 


3, Devins 
3, Mott 


Lt.-Col. Lev! S. Dominy 
Lt.-Col. Abram L. Lockwood 




"32 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



279 



1865. 



ORGANIZA 
TIONS. 


Brigades. 


Divisions. 


i 

S 
j 


Commanding Officers. 


Killed. 


W n d. 


Miss g. 


Aggregate. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


Officers. 


Enlisted 
men. 


121st Inf. . 
122d Inf. . 
124th Inf. . 
125th Inf.. 
126th Inf. . 

139th Inf. . 
140th Inf. . 
146th Inf. . 

147th Inf. . 

148th Inf. . 
151st Inf. . 


2, Hamblin. . 
3, Hyde 
1, DeTrobriand 
3, Madill 
3, Madill 


1. Wheaton. . . 
2, Getty 
3, Mott 
1, Miles 
1, Miles 


6 
6 
2 
2 
2 

24 
5 
G 

5 

- 4 
6 
2 
2 
24 

2 
2 

9 
2 


Lt.-Col. Egbert Olcott 
Lt -Col Horace H. Walpole 


2 


7 


1 
1 

1 

1 

4 

1 
1 
1 


24 
7 
24 
24 

10 
"2! 
34 

28 
8 
15 






34 
8 
32 
32 

19 
" 57 
65 

33 
11 

18 






Lt.-Col. Charles H. Weygant 
Lt.-Col. Joseph Hyde 


1 
1 


3 
4 

1 
" 6 
5 

2 
1 
2 




3 
3 

5 
"30 
22 
2 


Battalion, Capt. John B. Geddis (w), 
Capt. I va Hart Wilder 


1, Ripley 
1, Winthrop. . . 
1, Winthrop.. . 

3, Coulter 

4, Fairchild. . . 
1, Truax 


3, Devins 
2, Ayres 
2, Ayres 

3, Crawford . . . 

1, Foster 
3, Seymour. . . 


Maj. Theodore Miller 
Lt.-Col. Wm. S. Grantsynn 
Col. James G. Grindlay (c) , Lieut. 




Maj. Dennis B. Dailey (w), Capt. 




Col. John B. Murray 

Five companies, Col. Chas. Bogardus. 


1 






152d Inf. . 


1, Olmstead. . . 


2, Hays 






155th Inf. . 


2, Mclvor 


2, Hays 


















158th Inf. . 
164th Inf. . 


4, Fairchild . . . 
2, Mclvor 


1, Foster 
2, Hays. . 


Lt.-Col. Wm. H. McNary, Maj. Hyron 
Kalt 


1 


10 


2 


42 
? 






55 
2 


Capt Timothy J Burke 






170th Inf. . 


2, Mclvor 


2, Hays 


Col. Jas. P. Mclvor (c), Capt. John 
Mitchell 














179th Inf. . 

182d Inf.. 
184th Inf.. 


2, Griffin 

2. Mclvor 
Robinson 


2, Potter 


Col. Wm. M. Gregg (w), Maj. A. A. 
Terrill 




9 


9 


34 




8 


60 


2, Hays 






Army of the James, Col. Ward-well G. 
Robinson (c), Lt.-Col. Wm. . P. 
McKinley at Harrison Landing; 
Company I, Capt. George Wetmore, 
















185th Inf. . 
186th Inf. . 

187th Inf. . 
188th Inf.. 


1, Chamberlain 
2, Griffin 

2, Gregory. . . . 
2, Gregory. . . . 


1 Griffin 
2 Potter 

1 Gr ffin 
1 Griffin 


5 
B 

6 

5 
5 


Col. Gustavus Sniper 
Col. Bradley Winslow, (w), Lt.-Col. 


2 


30 
33 

"4 
3 

353 
1209 




11 
:; 

a 

167 


162 

127 
5 
37 
18 

2107 




. 6 
. 9 


209 

ISO 
5 
44 

23 

3291 


Lt.-Col. Daniel Myers 




189th Inf. . 


2, Gregory. . . . 


1 Griffin 












Total 


1)4 


9 


631 
1658 


Total loss of Union forces engaged 


107 


571. 


7180 


66 


10780 



2096. March 29th~3ist. Battle of White Oak Ridge; Gravelly Run, Va. Appomattox 

campaign. March 29th, Quaker, White Oak and Boydton Plank 
Roads, Lewis Farm, Skunk s Hollow, Hatcher s Run, Old Saw 
Mill, 5th and part of 2d Corps; March 30th, Crow House and 
Boydton Plank Road, 2d Corps; Dabney s Mills, Quaker and 
White Oak Roads, Burgess Mills and Gravelly Run, 5th Corps, 
March 3ist, White Oak Road and Gravelly Run, 2d and 5th 
Corps. Batteries B, D and H, ist, 2d, 4th, 8th and isth Artillery; 
nth Battery; detachment 50th Engineers; ist Battalion Sharp 
shooters; 5th and 7th Veteran, and loth, 39th, 40th, 52d, 59th, 
6ist, 63d, 64th, 66th, 69th, 73d, 86th, 88th, 91 st, 93d, 94th, 95th, 
97th, io8th, nith, i2Oth, I24th, I25th, I26th, I40th, I46th, I47th, 
i52d, I55th, i64th, I7oth, i82d, i85th, :87th, iSSth and iSgth 
Infantry. 

2097. March 29th~3ist. Skirmish at Snow Hill, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. 

i2th and 23d Cavalry; I32d Infantry. 

2098. March 30th-3ist. Engagement at Dinwiddie Court House, Va. Oscar J. Bois- 

seau s, the Court House, March 30th; Gravelly Run, Church Road, 
Chamberlain s Creek or Run. Dauser s Crossing, the Court House 
and Dr. Boisseau s, March 3ist. Appomattox campaign. 1st, 2d, 
6th, 8th, 9th, loth, 15th and 24th Cavalry; ist Dragoons and 2d 
Mounted Rifles. 



2&o IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

1865. 

2099. April ist. Skirmish near Fort Blakely, Ala. Operations against Mobile. 

Company G, 2d Veteran Cavalry. 

2100. April ist. Battle of Five Forks, Va. The P orks, Gravelly Run Church, 

White Oak Road, Sydnor Farm, Young Boisseau s Farm, Ford 
Road, Gilliam Field, Ford Road Crossing of Hatcher s Run. 
Appomattox campaign. Cavalry and 5th Corps, 1st, 2d, 6th, 8th, 
9th, loth and I5th, Company G, 20th, and 24th Cavalry; ist 
Dragoons; 2d Mounted Rifles; Batteries B, D and H, ist Artil 
lery; isth Artillery, Lt.-Col. Wiedrich (w); ist Battalion Sharp 
shooters; 5th Veteran Infantry, Col. Fred. Winthrop (k); 9ist, 
94th, 95th, 97th, io4th, I40th, I46th, I47th, iS5th, iSjth, iSSth 
and i89th Infantry. 

2101. April 2d. Fall of Petersburg and Evacuation of Richmond, Va. 2cl Corps 

at Crow House, Burgess Mill Works and Sutherland Station; 6th 
Corps at Jones House to near Hatcher s Run; 9th Corps at 
Jerusalem Plank Road; ist and Independent Division 24th Corps 
at Old Town, Indian Town Creek, Fort Gregg; Ferrero s Divis 
ion and detachments Army of the James at Bermuda Front and 
dependencies; 3d Division 24th and part of 25th Corps, before 
Richmond, north of James River; Cavalry Corps and 5th Corps 
at South Side Railroad. Appomattox campaign, ist, 2d, 6th, 8th, 
Qth, loth, 15th, Companies D, F and G, 20th, and 24th Cavalry; 
1st Dragoons; ist and 2d Mounted Rifles; Oneida Company Cavalry; 
Batteries B, C, D, E, G, H and L, ist; 2d; Batteries E, H, K 
and M, 3d; 4th, 6th, 8th, gth, loth; Companies A and H, I3th; 
I4th, I5th; Companies E and H, i6th Artillery; ist, 3d, 7th, 
nth, i2th, I7th, igth, 27th, 33d and 34th Batteries; ist, 15th and 
50th Engineers; ist Battalion Sharpshooters; 5th and 7th Veteran, 
loth, 39th, 40th, 4ist, 43d, 46th, 49th, 5ist, 52d, 59th, 6ist, 62d, 
63d, 64th, 65th, 66th, 69th, 73d, 77th, 79th, Soth, 8ist, 86th, 88th, 
Sgth, gist, 93d, 94th, 95th, 96th, 97th, gSth, looth, iO3d, I04th, 
io6th, io8th, iO9th, inth, iiSth, I20th, I2ist, I22d, 
I26th, I39th, I40th, I46th, 14/th, I48th, iSist, I52d, 
i64th, i7oth, I79th, i82d, i84th, iSsth, i86th, i87th, iSSth and 
Infantry. 

2102. April 3d. Skirmishes at Deep Creek, Sweet Creek, Wintercomlc Creek, Va. 

Narnozine, Williomack, Whipponic Creek, Ford s Meeting House, 
Scott s Corners. Appomattox campaign, ist, 2cl, 6th, 8th, gth 
and I5th, Company G, 20th Cavalry, and ist Dragoons. 

2103. April 3d. Skirmish at Jackson, on expedition to near Weldon, N. C. ist 

Mounted Rifles. 

2104. April 3d-4th. Skirmish at Hookerstown, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. 

I2th Cavalry. 

2105. April 3d-gth. Siege and capture of Fort Blakely, Ala. Operations against 

Mobile. i6ist and I78th Infantry. 

2106. April 4th. Skirmish near Faisson s, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. De 

tachments I2th Cavalry and ii2th Infantry. 

2107. April 4th. Skirmish at Railroad, near Weldon, N. C. Appomattox campaign. 

ist Mounted Rifles. 

2108. April 4th. Skirmish at Drummond s Mill, Finney s Mills, Va. Near Amelia 

Court House. Appomattox campaign. 6th and 9th Cavalry, and 
ist Dragoons. 

2109. April 4th. Skirmish at Deep Creek, Va. Appomattox campaign. Company 

G, 20th Cavalry. 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 281 

1865. 

21 10. April 4th. Skirmish at Jettersville, Va. Appomattox campaign, ist, 2d, 8th 

and I5th Cavalry, and 2d Mounted Rifles. 

2111. April 4th-5th. Skirmish at Paine s Cross Roads, Va. Appomattox campaign. 

loth and 24th Cavalry. 

21 12. April 5th. Skirmish at Amelia Springs, Jarratt Station, Va. Appomattox 

campaign. 2d, loth and 24th, Lt.-Col. Richards (w), Cavalry, 
and 2d Mounted Rifles; 4th Artillery. 

2113. April 5th. Skirmish at Murfreesboro, N. C. ist Mounted Rifles. 

2114. April 6th. Skirmish at Rice s Station, Va. Appomattox campaign. Company 

G, 20th Cavalry; i/th Battery; Sgth, I48th and I58th Infantry. 

2115. April 6th. Engagement at Sailor s Creek, Va. Harper s Farm. Appomattox 

campaign, ist, 2d, 6th, 8th, 9th, loth, isth and 24th Cavalry; ist 
Dragoons; 2d Mounted Rifles; gth Artillery; ist and 3d Batteries; 
43d, 4Qth, 62d, 65th, 77th, io6th, I2ist, I22d and iSist Infantry. 

2116. April 6th. Engagement on Deatonsville Road, Sailor s Creek, Va. Flat Creek. 

Appomattox campaign. loth and 24th Cavalry; 2d Mounted 
Rifles; 2d and 4th Artillery; nth Battery; 7th Veteran, 39th, 40th, 
52d, 6ist, 63d, 64th, 66th, 69th, 73d, 86th, 88th, 93d, mth, I20th, 
I24th, I25th and I26th Infantry. 

2117. April 6th. Skirmish near Morganza, La. 14111 Cavalry. 

2118. April 7th. Skirmish at Snow Hill, Hookerstown, N. C. Campaign of the 

Carolinas. Detachment I2th and 23d Cavalry. 

2119. April 7th. Skirmish at Burke s Station, Va. Burk River. Appomattox cam 

paign. Company G, 20th Cavalry; I7th Battery; Sgth, I48th and 
I58th Infantry. 

2120. April 7th. Engagement at High Bridge, Va. Appomattox campaign. 2d and 

8th Artillery; loth, 59th, 93d, loSth, I25th, I26th, I52d, I55th, 
i64th, I7oth and i82d Infantry. 

2121. April 7th. Skirmish at Somerton, N. C. ist Mounted Rifles. 

2122. April 7th. Engagement at Farmville, Va. Appomattox campaign. loth and 

24th Cavalry; 2d Mounted Rifles; 2d, 4th and 8th Artillery; nth 
Battery; 7th Veteran, loth, 39th, 4Oth, 59th, 6ist, 63d, 64th, 66th, 
69th, 73d, 86th, 88th, loSth, mth, I24th, I25th, I26th, I52d, I55th, 
i64th, I70th and i82d Infantry. 

2123. April 8th. Skirmish at Manningville, S. C. Brewerton. Companies B and D, 

56th, and 8 companies I57th Infantry, Lt.-Col. Carmichael. 

2124. April 8th. Engagement at Appomattox and Pamphlin Station, Va. Appomat 

tox campaign, ist, 2d, 6th, 8th, gth, loth, I5th and 24th Cavalry; 
ist Dragoons and 2d Mounted Rifles. 

2125. April 8th. Skirmish at New Store, Va., ne-ar Appomattox. I26th Infantry. 

2126. April gth. Skirmish near Berryville, Va. 2ist Cavalry. 

2127. April 9th. Action at Dingle s Mills, S. C. Sumterville, Companies B and D, 

56th, and 8 companies I57th Infantry, Lt.-Col. Carmichael. 

2128. April 9th. Action at Fort Blakely, Ala. Operations against Mobile. i8th 

and 26th Batteries. 

2129. April gth. Appomattox Court House, Va., and surrender of Gen. R. E. Lee. 

Clover Hill, ist, 2d, 6th, 8th, gth, loth and i5th, Company G, 
20th, and 24th Cavalry; ist Dragoons; 2d Mounted Rifles; Oneida 
Cavalry; Batteries B, D and H, ist, 2d, 4th, 8th, 9th and isth 
Artillery; ist, 3d, nth and I7th Batteries; detachments isth and 
5Oth Engineers; ist Battalion Sharpshooters; 5th and 7th Veteran, 
loth, 39th, 40th, 43d, 49th, 52d, 59th, 6ist, 62d, 63d, 64th, 65th, 66th, 
69th, 73d, 77th, 86th, 88th, Sgth, gist, 93d, 94th, 95th, 97th, looth, 
iO4th, io6th, io8th, mth, i2Oth, I2ist, I22d, I24th, I25th, I26th, 



282 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

1865. 

I40th, I46th, I47th, I48th, isist, I52d, 155th, I58th, i64th, I7oth, 
i82d, iSsth, i8;th, :88th and iSpth Infantry. 

2130. April loth. Skirmish at Aiken s Creek, N. C. Moccasin Creek. Campaign of 

the Carolinas. I23d, 1413! and I43d Infantry. 

2131. April loth. Surrender of Mobile, Ala. i8th, 2ist and 26th Batteries; i6ist and 

I78th Infantry. 

2132. April loth-nth. Skirmishes at Smithfield, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. 

I7th Veteran; I23d, I34th and I4ist Infantry. 

2133. April nth. Skirmish at Faisson s Station, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. 

I2th Cavalry. 

2134. April nth. Skirmish at Mount Pleasant, Ala. 2d Veteran Cavalry, Col. 

Chrysler. 

2135. April I2th. Skirmish at Whistler s Station, Ala. 2d Veteran Cavalry. 

2136. April I2th. Skirmish near Singleton, S. C. on reconnaissance toward States- 

burg. i57th Infantry, Lt.-Col. Carmichael, 8 companies. 

2137. April I2th-i3th. Skirmish at Best s Station, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. 

I2th Cavalry. 

2138. April i3th. Skirmish near Goldsboro, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. I75th 

Infantry. 

2139. April I3th. Skirmish near Raleigh, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. Bat 

tery M, ist Artillery; iO2d, io7th, npth, I23d, I34th, I36th, 13/th 
and I4ist Infantry. 

2140. April i6th. Skirmish near Raleigh, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. Bat 

tery I, 1st Artillery. 

2141. April I7th. Skirmish near Jackson, N. C. 1st Mounted Rifles. 

2142. April I7th. Skirmish near Goldsboro, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. I2th 

Cavalry. 

2143. April iSth. Skirmish near Collierville, Germantown, Tenn. Detachment nth 

Cavalry, Lieut. John H. Mills. 

2144. April iQth. Skirmishes at Rafting Creek and near Statesburg, S. C. I57th 

Infantry, Lt.-Col. J. C. Carmichael, 8 companies. 

2145. April 26th. Skirmish near Goldsboro, N. C. Campaign of the Carolinas. I2th 

Cavalry. 

2146. April 26th. Capture of J. Wilkes Booth and David E. Harold at Garrett s Farm 

near Port Royal, Va. Detachment :6th Cavalry, Lieut. E. P. 
Doherty. 

2147. April 26th. Surrender of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston at Bennett House, Durham 

Station, N. C. I2th and 23d Cavalry; Batteries I and M, ist; 
Batteries C, D, G and I, 3d Artillery; i6th and 23d Batteries; de 
tachment ISth Engineers; 3d and I7th Veterans, 47th, 48th, 6oth, 
99th, I02d, io7th, H2th, iiSth, H7th, ngth, I2^d, I28th, I32d, 
I34th, I36th, I37th, I4ist, I42d, I43d, I49th, 150th, I54th, is6th, 
i6gth, I75th and i76th Infantry. 

WAR LOSSES. 
Died in Service. 

Of those who from this state served their country in the armies and navies of the 
United States during the war, computed to have been four hundred thousand individ 
uals, there died while in service fifty-three thousand one hundred and fourteen. 

Suppose that there entered the service from this state in the first year to April, 
1862 134,000 men; in the second year to April, 1863, 90,000 men; in the third year to 
April, 1864, 100,000 ; and in the fourth year to April, 1865, 76,000 men; and that their 
average age at entry into the service was twenty-five years. It is estimated that this 



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number of men in time of peace pursuing their customary avocations under normal 
conditions would have lost about 9,000 by death ; the excess is to this state the cost of 
the war in lives. 

And yet this excess does not cover the deaths of men discharged from the Volun 
teers and the short-termed Militia and National Guard, due to causes contracted while 
in the service, and which occurred before the close of the war. Nor does it cover the 
deaths of persons not in the service, directly due to casualties occurring in the same, 
or in exertions made in assisting the Union in one way or another. 

Before proceeding further with the consideration of this subject, attention is called 
to the tables of losses by death, in detail and by organization following hereafter. 

The losses of the State Militia, National Guard and Volunteers are based on the 
figures of the War Department; where they differ, it is owing to statements found in 
the records of these organizations, which authorize increased numbers; for instance, 
men whose final records read " missing since * * *," " seen to fall on the field " 
or known to have been badly wounded," can well be reported dead. The War De 
partment, however, reports of these only those of whose death evidence has been 
received in the shape of final statements from commanding officers and from surgeons 
in charge of hospitals; or who appear on the registers or death records of prisons, 
northern and southern hospitals, burial records of cemeteries; or whose death has 
been satisfactorily demonstrated before the Bureau of Pensions or the accounting 
officers of the United States Treasury. As far as deaths within the Union lines are 
concerned the figures of the War Department are almost conclusive, but they are 
acknowledged to be incomplete as to deaths among prisoners of war. 

The losses claimed of the Regular Army, United States Volunteers, United States 
Veteran Volunteers, United States Colored Troops, United States Veteran Reserve 
Corps, and of the Navy and Marine Corps, are proportions of the total loss of the 
same, based upon the number of men computed as having served therein as of this 
state. 

The column in the table of deaths " of other known causes " includes all deaths 
resulting from quarrels, riots and the like, which are not definitely reported as murder; 
from being shot for insubordination, or by provost guards or sentinels in attempting 
to escape or pass the lines; from exhaustion or exposure; killed while depredating upon 
the property of citizens, and all other causes not embraced in the preceding columns. 

War Department Statement of Loss by Death. 

The Adjutant-General of the U. S. Army, under date of June I, 1885, published 
a Statistical Exhibit of Deaths in the United States Army during the Late War," 
prepared by Colonel J. W. Kirkley of his office. (See Appendix.) This, as its title 
indicates, does not include the losses of the Navy and the Marine Corps; and accord 
ing to it there died while in the armies of the United States: 

Killed in action, 4,142 officers, 62,916 enlisted men, aggregate 67,058; of wounds 
received in action, 2,223 officers, 40,789 enlisted men, aggregate 43.012; of disease and 
other causes, 3,219 officers, 246,239 enlisted men, aggregate 249,458; total, 9,584 officers, 
349,944 enlisted men, aggregate 359,528; of whom are reported as having died in the 
hands of the enemy, 219 officers, 29,279 enlisted men, aggregate 29,498. 

Colonel Kirkley in making his report to the Adjutant-General states: "With the 
deaths occurring among prisoners of war the result is not so satisfactory. Unfortunately, 
the records of southern prisons in possession of the Department are very incomplete. 
In fact, the death registers of some of the principal places of confinement for Union 
soldiers have not been secured. Notably among these are Americus, Atlanta and 
Augusta, Ga.; Camps Ford and Tyler, Tex.; Camps Oglethorpe and Macon, Ga.; 
Charleston, S. C. Lynchburg, Va.; Marietta, Ga.; Mobile and Montgomery, Ala.; 
Savannah, Ga., and Shreveport, La. Besides these, only partial records were obtained 
from the following-named important prisons: Catawba, Ala.; Camp Asylum, Columbia 
and Florence, S. C.; Millen, Ga., and Salisbury, N. C. It is true that evidence of 



284 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

death was often communicated to the proper military authorities by surviving comrades, 
and the report of burials in National cemeteries, or " Roll of Honor," supplies a large 
number; but these sources of information, together with the Confederate records 
obtained by the Government, have proved deficient. 

As to the incompleteness of the interment record, a report prepared in the office 
of the Quartermaster-General, in 1869, says: "It is well known that at many places, 
as for instance, at Salisbury, N. C, and at Florence, S. C, etc., the bodies were buried 
in trenches, often two, three, sometimes even four deep, so that the accurate number 
of bodies interred at these places cannot be determined." 

These facts warrant the belief that the actual number of Union soldiers who died 
in Confederate hands exceeds the number shown by the table. In fact, there is not 
a doubt about it; the number mentioned is 29,498; and there are buried at Anderson- 
ville, Ga., 13,714; at Salisbury, N. C., 12,126, and at Florence, S. C., 2,998, making a 
total at these three places alone of 28,838. Although men are buried in these ceme 
teries, whose remains were gathered from the surrounding country to a distance of 
many miles, still these figures show that the number officially reported is below the 
actual fact. Could the records be perfected, the number of those who died in the 
hands of the enemy would be at least 45,000. Some authorities place the number as 
high as 71,000. 

Since the completion of the statement referred to, May 22d, 1865, to October TQth, 
1889, the War Department has added to its death rolls 710 men, almost all of whom 
died in the hands of the enemy; this addition has not been credited to states and can 
therefore not be taken into consideration here. 

Those who served in the war will readily recall names of comrades known to have 
been captured, of whom nothing has since been heard. There were also men in the 
service, who did not have homes or near friends; who served under assumed names; 
or whose friends forgot the organization in which they served; in cases of this sort 
inquiries for their record are not or cannot be made, and if they were captured and 
died, or killed in battle and reported missing, there is not any one to see to the dis 
covery of their fate. Men are also known to have died at home, and as (in many 
cases) evidence of this was not sent to their regiments, they were finally dropped or 
reported deserted. There were over 2,000 (2,047) regiments in the U. S. service. Al 
lowing as unaccounted for an average of only ten men per regiment, the total will be 
20,000 men. While some regiments have not this number unaccounted for, in many 
regiments the number is from twenty to thirty and more. 

It may therefore be asserted that the total number of men who died while in the 
Army of the United States is in round numbers at least 380,000, and including the loss 
of the Navy and Marine Corps, probably 385,000. 

The loss credited to this state in the above-mentioned statement is: 

Killed in action, 772 officers, 11,329 enlisted men, aggregate 12,101; died of wounds 
received in action, 371 officers, 6,613 enlisted men, aggregate 6,084; died of disease and 
other causes, 387 officers, 27,062 enlisted men, aggregate 27,449; total, 1,530 officers, 
45,004 enlisted men, aggregate 46,534; of whom there are reported as having died in 
the hands of the enemy 40 officers and 5,506 enlisted men, aggregate 5,546. 

A comparative statement of the number of enlistments and of deaths in the army, 
issued by the Adjutant-General of the United States Army July I5th, 1885, shows that 
the above loss occurred among the members of the Militia, National Guard and Volun 
teers of the state, credit not being given for losses among those who served as of 
this state in other branches of the army. In this statement (see Appendix) there are 
deducted from the total enlistments furnished to the General Government (2,865,028) 
those who commuted their service, who served in the Navy and Marine Corps, in 
the Colored Troops and those credited to the Indian Nations, leaving as due to the 
states 2,494,592 enlistments. New York is credited with 409,561 enlistments. The 
total loss of the troops credited to the states is reported as 312,821; that credited to 
New York has already been stated. 



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Based on the statements of loss, issued by the Adjutant-General U. S. Army, as 
above, percentages show the following results: 

The total number of deaths in the United States Armies (359,528) is to the 
total number of enlistments (2,778,304) in the same, men who commuted their 
service not included, as i to 7.727 or 12.94 per cent. 

The total number of deaths credited to the states (312,821) is to the total 
number of enlistments (2,494,592) credited, War Department statement of July 
I5th. 1885, as i to 7.974 or 12.54 P er cent. 

The total number of deaths credited to New York (46,534) is to the total 
number of enlistments (448,850) credited to the state, men who commuted their 
service not included, as I to 9.652 or 10.36 per cent. 

The total number of deaths credited to New York (46,534) is to the total 
number of white enlistments, navy and marine not included (409,561) credited, 
War Department statement of July I5th, 1885, as i to 8.802 or 11.36 per cent. 

The total number of deaths credited to New York (46,534) is to the total 
number of deaths (359,528) in the United States Army, statement of June i, 1885, as 
i to 7.727 or 12.94 per cent. 

The total number of deaths credited to New York (46,534) is to the total 
number of deaths (312,821) credited to the states, statement of July 15, 1885, as 
i to 6.724 or 14.87 per cent. 

The number of enlistments credited to New York (448,850) is to the total 
number of enlistments (2,778,304) furnished the General Government, men who 
commuted not included, as i to 6.190 or 16.15 per cent. 

The number of white enlistments, navy and marine not included, credited 
to New York (409,561) is to the total number of enlistments (2,494,592) credited 
to the states, War Department statement of July 15, 1885, as I to 6.093 or 16.41 
per cent. 

Statement of Loss by Death as Claimed for the State. 

To obtain a correct statement of losses due the state, there must be taken the losses 
by death not only of the Militia, National Guard and Volunteers, but also of those 
who served, as of this state, in the other divisions of the Army of the United States 
and in the Navy and Marine Corps. This loss is taken from the tables below, where 
it is recorded: of the state organizations, as reported by the Adjutant-General of the 
Army, corrected by final records and histories of the same; of all other divisions pro 
rata of their total loss, based upon the proportion of men furnished by the state for 
the same; and the total is: 

Killed in action, 877 officers, 13,350 enlisted men, aggregate 14,227; died of wounds 
received in action, 452 officers, 7,147 enlisted men, aggregate 7,599; died of disease 
and other causes, 624 officers, 30,664 enlisted men, aggregate 31,288; total 1.953 officers, 
51.161 enlisted men, aggregate 53,114, of whom 62 officers, 5,932 enlisted men, aggre 
gate 5,994, died in the hands of the enemy. 

And this loss occurred among the 503,765 enlistments claimed for New York, on the 
four hundred thousand individuals shown to have been in the service of the country 
from this state during the war. 

The total number of deaths claimed for the state (53,114) bears to the total 
number of enlistments claimed for the same, less those who commuted their 
service (503,765 18,197=485,568) the proportion of I to 9.15 or 10.94 per cent. 
The total number of deaths claimed for the state (53,114) bears to the num 
ber of individuals in the service from this state (400,000) the proportion of I to 
7-53 or 13.28 per cent. 

Statement of the Loss of the Volunteers of this State. 

The real fighting force of the state were the Volunteers, who carried the banners 
of the Empire State. Based upon the tables of detailed losses below, their loss by 
death is: 



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Killed in action, 819 officers, 12,149 enlisted men, aggregate 12,968; of wounds 
received in action, 426 officers, 6,841 enlisted men, aggregate 7,267; of disease and 
other causes, 429 officers, 27,391 enlisted men, aggregate 27,820; total 1,674 officers, 
46,381 enlisted men, aggregate 48,055; of whom it is reported, there died in the hands 
of the enemy 57 officers, 5,714 enlisted men, aggregate 5,771. 

The records of Volunteers of this state in the War Department and especially in 
the office of the Adjutant-General of the state, are incomplete. The loss credited by 
the Adjutant-General United States Army is less, but that given in the tables is per 
haps not much less than the actual loss, and this deficiency is undoubtedly due prin 
cipally to deaths of men while in the hands of the enemy. 

The burial records or " Rolls of Honor," published by the Quartermaster-General 
of the United States Army, show by name the burial of about 40,000 Volunteers of 
this state; the bodies of probably 2,000 were sent to the state for burial, possibly 
1,000 died in the state, leaving at least 5,000 sleeping in nameless or unknown graves. 
In another place it has been estimated that there were 370,232 enlistments in the 
Volunteers of the State, and that these enlistments represented 310,401, or in round 
numbers, 310,000 individuals. 

It will be noticed that the statement above shows quite a difference in the number 
of officers who died, compared with that of the Adjutant-General of the Army. This is 
explained principally by the fact that the United States recognized only those as officers 
who had been mustered in, while the state must properly recognize as such all who 
received its commission, even though they have not been mustered in, and this rule 
has been followed in preparing the death losses of the state organizations. 

The books of commissions issued to officers of New York Volunteers and the 
rolls of organizations on file in the office of the Adjutant-General of the state and 
the register of New York Volunteer officers published by that officer, show about 
22,000 names of officers or commissions issued. In this number are included repeatedly 
officers who were promoted from one rank to another and also men who, though com 
missioned, did not serve; these deducted leave 16,873 individuals who were commis 
sioned or in round numbers 17,000. 

In this number there are included men who were commissioned but served as 
enlisted men only; and there should be deducted from it the officers transferred to the 
United States Volunteers, 380; to the United States Veteran Volunteers, 61; to the 
United States Veteran Reserve Corps, 231; to the United States Colored Troops, 125; 
to the United States Regular Army, 30; total, 827; for these do not contribute any 
death losses. This will leave of the officers (actually 16,873) in round numbers 
16,000 officers among whom the death losses occurred. 

There were then individual officers to the number of 16,000 and individual enlisted 
men to the number of 294,000 among whom the death losses occurred. 

Percentages based on the foregoing will give the following results of the loss of 
the state Volunteers: 

The total number of deaths (48,055) is to the estimated number of in 
dividuals in state Volunteers (310,000) as I to 6.51 or 15-5 Per cent. 

The total number of killed in action (12,068) is to the estimated number of 
individuals in state Volunteers (310,000) as i to 23.90 or 4.18 per cent. 

The total number of deaths from wounds received in action (7,267) is to 
the estimated number of individuals in state Volunteers (310,000) as I to 42.66 
or 2.34 per cent. 

The total number of killed and died of wounds received in action (20,235) 
is to the estimated number of individuals in state Volunteers (310,000) as i to 
15.32 or 6.53 per cent. 

The total number of deaths from disease and other causes (27,820) is to 
the estimated number of individuals in state Volunteers (310,000) as I to 11.14 
or 8.97 per cent. 



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The total number of deaths in the hands of the enemy (5,771) is to the 
estimated number of individuals in the state Volunteers (310,000) as I to 53.71 
or 1.86 per cent. 

The total number of killed in action (12,968) is to the total number of 
deaths (48,055) as i to 3.71 or 26.99 per cent. 

The total number of deaths from wounds received in action (7,267) is to the 
total number of deaths (48,055) as i to 6.61 or 15.12 per cent. 

The total number of killed and died of wounds received in action (20,235) 
is to the total number of deaths (48,055) as i to 2.37 or 42.10 per cent. 

The total number of deaths from disease and other causes (27,820) is to 
the total number of deaths (48,055) as i to 1.73 or 57.90 per cent. 

The total number of deaths in the hands of the enemy (5,771) is to the total 
number of deaths (48,055) as r to 8.33 or 12 per cent. 

The total number of killed and died of wounds, received in action (20,235) is 
to the total number of deaths from disease and other causes (27,820) as I to 1.37 
or 73 per cent. 

The total number of deaths from wounds received in action (7,267) is to 
the total number of killed in action (12,968) as I to 1.78 or 56.04 per cent. 

The number of officers died in service (1,674) is to the number of officers 
(individuals) in the service (16,000) as i to 9.56 or 10.05 P er cent. 

The number of officers killed in action (819) is to the number of officers in 
service (16,000) as i to 19.54 or 5- 11 P er cent. 

The number of officers died of wounds received in action (426) is to the 
number of officers in service (16,000) as i to 37.56 or 2.66 per cent. 

The number of officers died of disease and other causes (429) is to the 
number of officers in service (16,000) as i to 37.30 or 2.68 per cent. 

The number of officers killed in action (819) is to the number of enlisted 
men killed in action (12,149) as I to 14.83 or 6.74 per cent. 

The number of officers died of wounds received in action (426) is to the 
number of enlisted men who died of the same cause (6,841) as I to 16.06 or 
6.22 per cent. 

The number of officers died of disease and other causes (429) is to the 
number of enlisted men who died of the same causes (27,391) as i to 63.85 or 
1.57 per cent. 

The number of enlisted men, of the state Volunteers, who died in the 
service (46,381) is to the number of individuals (enlisted men) estimated in 
the service (294,000) as i to 6.34 or 15.78 per cent. 

The number of enlisted men, of state Volunteers, killed in action (12,149) 
is to the number of individuals estimated in the same (294,000) as i to 24.20 or 
4.14 per cent. 

The number of enlisted men, of state Volunteers, who died of wounds 
received in action (6,841) is to the number of individuals estimated in the same 
(294,000) as i to 42.98 or 2.33 per cent. 

The number of enlisted men, of state Volunteers, who died of disease and 
other causes (27,391) is to the number of individuals estimated in the same 
(294,000) as i to 10.74 or 9.35 per cent. 



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the hands of the enemy, of men of the same organization. 


LOSS IN THE MILITIA AND NATIONAL GUARD. 


DIED IN THE SERVICE. 







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ii 

D. 






s Total 
non- 
prisoners . 


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Murdered 
d. r af k t ^ d 
capture. 


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r u i1np?i d ~ Of other Of causes Total 
Suicides. o g known not non- 

a a "^ SE ^ causes. stated. prisoners. 


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sjaouio 
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uaui pa;sijug 

uaui pa^sijug 


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CO - -N - -0 < -I-HI-I . -< . - 




v .,, , Of wounds nf Acci- 
Killed in received L dentally Drowned. 
actlon - inaction. disease kiUed. 


ORGANIZATIONS. 1 1 


sjaoujo 
uaui pa^stjug 
sjaoujo 
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sjaoujo 
uaui pa^sijug 

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uaui pa?si[ug 
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sjaoujo 
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sjaogjo 


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Of 
wounds Of 
received disease, 
in action. 


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s-taotgo 
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action. 

ORGANIZA- 

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SjaOUJO 

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296 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 



pgjjnaDO sassoj uioqA*. SUOUIB 
UOI^BZIUBSJO ui uaui jo jaquinjxj 


I I s & s I s i sa i I s 1 1 1 1 


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g i ^ nig mi i i i i s iii 


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rt c M "O 

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uaui pa^sifug 


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g B i S g 2 I is | s i g g s s 


saaoujo 


S i^^S^S 5050 ^^ S 00 ^^^" 10 ^^ 


DIED IN THB SERVICE. 


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as Xq painosxg 
uaui pa^sijug 


:-:::-:::: :-:::-:::: K^ H M : M 


Mur- 
A ; dered 
Of A~$Zn v Drown- or 
""" "killed 7 ed - kjed 
capture. 


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sjaoujQ 
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297 



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Loss in the United States Volunteers. 

General and Staff officers appointed from New York Volunteers or from 
this state, four Companies, A, B, D and H, of the First United States Sharp 
shooters, and officers of other United States Volunteer organizations, estimated 
in all to be 1,375 men, come under this head. The loss of officers and enlisted men 
claimed is taken from official records. (See recapitulation.) 

Loss in the United States Veteran Volunteers. 

Of this branch 1,770 of the 10,883 officers and enlisted men who served in it, 
are claimed for this state. The total loss is 106 officers and enlisted men, or 
0.97 per cent of the men in service, and the same percentage of those claimed 
for, would be due to, New York. (See recapitulation.) 

Loss in the Veteran Reserve Corps. 

The number of men serving in this corps is officially estimated at 60,508; 
of these 9,862 are estimated to have been from this state. The total loss 
reported is 30 officers and 1,642 enlisted men; aggregate 1,672, or 2.76 per cent 
of those in service. The same percentage of loss of those claimed for, would 
be due to, this state. The officers are taken from actual count. (See recapitulation.) 

Loss in the Colored Troops. 

The deaths occurring in the 178,975 colored troops are reported as 36,847 
officers and enlisted men. The losses of three colored regiments, 574, are not 
included in this number, but were credited to the state to which they belonged 
Massachusetts. The state of New York is credited with 4,125 colored soldiers, 
or 2.30 per cent of the whole, and is entitled to credit of a pro rata loss. The 
officers are, however, taken from actual count. (See recapitulation.) 

Loss in the Regular Army. 

The number of officers and enlisted men of the Regular Army, among whom 
the reported casualties occurred, is officially estimated at 67,000 ; of these 19,760, 
or 29.46 per cent, are claimed for this state. The loss reported is 260 officers 
and 5,538 enlisted men, aggregate 5,798; of this New York is entitled to credit 
on a pro rata loss. The officers are, however, taken from actual count. Officers, 
who at the time of their death, held commissions in the New York Volunteers or as 
General and Staff officers of United States Volunteers, are not included here, 
but are credited to the Volunteers. (See recapitulation.) 

Loss in the Navy and Marine Corps. 

In his report of 1865, the Secretary of the Navy gives the losses of the 
Navy (Regular and Volunteer) during the war as killed in action, 1,406; wounded 
in action, 1,638; missing in action, 176; total loss, 3,220. In that official s report 
of 1866 the casualties incident to battle are reported: Died from gunshot 
fractures, 495; from gunshot flesh wounds and other injuries, 659; drowned, 308; 
scalded to death, 342; total, 1,804; the casualties incident to the service but not 
to battle are given: Drowned, 265; died of scalds, 37; died of other accidents, 
71; in the hands of the enemy, 95; total, 468. In the report of 1867, the men 
who died of disease in the various fleets from April, 1861, to June 30, 1865, are 
recorded as numbering 2,532. 
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306 IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

The loss of the Navy during the war would, therefore, appear to have 
been: 

Died of casualties incident to battle, including 308 drowned and 342 scalded 

to death 1,804 

Died of casualties not incident to battle, including 265 drowned and 37 

scalded to death 373 

Died of disease 2,532 

Died of disease, presumably so, but in the hands of the enemy 95 

2,627 



Total loss by death 4,804 

The report for 1866 gives the number wounded in action, 3,266 from the 
effects of gunpowder, 456 scalded and 308 drowned, total, 4,030; in this are in 
cluded those killed outright and those who died of wounds, which latter cannot 
be ascertained from the reports. Deduct the number who died of casualties due 
to battle, 1,804, and there will remain, wounded in action who recovered, 2,226 
officers and enlisted men. 

The report of 1865 gives missing 176; the later reports make no mention 
of this kind of loss, except that 95 men died in the hands of the enemy; the 
number given in 1865 as missing in action is therefore accepted as correct. 

The total number of men who served in the Navy, as elsewhere stated, is 
132,554; the number of casualties incident to battle is 1,804, or T -36 per cent; 
the number who died of causes not due to battle is 2,905, or 2.19 per cent; 
the number who died in the hands of the enemy is 95, or .071 per cent; the 
number wounded in action is 2,226, or 1.68 per cent of the number of men in 
service. New York furnished 51,936 men, and as casualties, the percentages 
given above, of this number are due to the state. The number due as having 
been wounded is 872. (See recapitulation.) The number of officers of the 
Regular and Volunteer Navy and Marine Corps from this state who died in the 
service of the United States credited in the recapitulation is from official 
records. 

Loss in the Volunteers of Other States, But Due to This. 

Of persons from this state serving in the Volunteers of other states, the 
loss cannot be ascertained. Four who held commissions in the Volunteers of 
other states, but served in the Volunteers of this state before, were found to 
have died in the service and are here credited to New York. 



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Prisoners . 

Grand total. 



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Wounded in Action. 

Under this head are considered the losses of the state Volunteers only. Of the 
Militia and National Guard the losses of this nature are small; of the other divisions 
of the service it was not practicable to obtain the necessary figures and statements. 

According to the tables of losses, the number of state Volunteers wounded 
in action, including those who died of their wounds, is 3,191 officers and 52,764 
enlisted men; aggregate 55,955. 

These figures are based almost entirely on battle reports, but nevertheless 
do not give a correct total; to obtain which is almost, if not quite, impossible. 
It is an acknowledged fact, that the reports of losses in the Peninsular Campaign 
of 1862; in General Pope s Campaign in Northern Virginia, 1862; of the period 
between Chancellorsville and Gettysburg, 1863; in the Red River Campaign, 1864, 
and in the trenches before Richmond and Petersburg, 1864-1865, at least as far 
as regiments are concerned, are inaccurate and incomplete; besides there were 
quite a number of men wounded on outpost at other times, in skirmishes, scouts 
and other minor affairs, of which detailed reports do not exist. 

The late Major-General A. A. Humphreys, United States Army, estimated 
that the number killed is to the number wounded as one to a mean between four 
and five ; Colonel W. F. Fox in his " Regimental Losses in the Civil War " makes 
the proportion, based on more complete reports and figures, four and eight- 
tenths. While this proportion is reliable as an average based on battle reports, 
it is not safe to use it with numbers of killed made up from final records, for 
in the battle reports many men are reported missing who on final records are 
reported killed. 

The number died of wounds is sixty-four per cent of the number killed in 
action, based on the War Department totals of such losses. The battle reports 
when being prepared for publication in the " Official Records of the War of the 
Rebellion were revised in the War Department, so as to show, as far as prac 
ticable, the captured wounded included with the wounded, and not with the 
missing or captured. On final records many men appear as killed, who in battle 
reports were reported wounded, making another cause of discrepancy between 
the former and the latter. To arrive at a fair estimate it is therefore necessary 
to take as a basis the killed and died of wounds received in action. The pro 
portion of killed is i to 4.8, taking Colonel Fox as authority, or 100 killed to 480 
wounded ; the proportion of died of wounds to the killed, based on the War 
Department rather than state figures, is sixty-four per cent ; this will give the 
following formula: 

Killed and died of wounds 164 to every 416 wounded, or I to 2.5; that is, to 
every man killed or died of wounds 2.5 were wounded and survived. 

The final figures of state Volunteers killed and died of wounds are: Killed 
in action, 12,968; died of wounds, 7,267; total, 20,235; in this number are in 
cluded 422 who died of their wounds while in the hands of the enemy, and as it 
is a fact that the mortality among prisoners was at least twice the rate of that 
among non-prisoners, it is but proper, to equalize conditions, to deduct one-half 
of them from this total, which will leave, to estimate upon, 20.013. The formula 
2.5 applied to this, gives 50,032, and the number died of wounds (7,267) added 
thereto makes the total wounded 57,299 officers and enlisted men, a difference 
of 1,344 more than the total recorded in the tables, which, distributed equally 
among the volunteer regiments or equivalents of such, would increase the 
recorded loss of each regiment by four and one half. 

The ratio of morality among the wounded based on the above would be 12.7 
per cent ; in the Crimean War this ratio is stated to have been 13.7 per cent ; in the 
Franco-Prussian War 11.2 per cent- 



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Many men were wounded in more than one affair ; there are not, however, 
any United States or state records from which to form even an estimate. In 
the Franco-Prussian War it is recorded that of 95,938 there were wounded in 
more than one engagement 1,423 men, or 1.4 per cent. This war lasted but 
eleven months, and about 1,600 engagements took place in it; the War of the 
Rebellion lasted four years and about four thousand engagements took place. 
There was therefore more time for wounded to return, and more opportunity 
for men to be wounded again, and it is estimated that five per cent of the 
wounded were wounded in more than one engagement ; or 

The number of individual officers of the state Volunteers wounded in action 
(3,191) bears to the number of individuals who served as officers (16,000) the 
proportion of i to 5 or 19.94 P er cent. 

Enlisted men of the state Volunteers wounded in action (52,764) bears to 
the number of individuals who served as enlisted men (294,000) the proportion 
of i to 5.57 or 17.95 per cent. 

Officers and enlisted men of the state Volunteers wounded in action (55,955) 
bears to the number of individuals who served as state Volunteers (310,000) 
the proportion of I to 5.54 or 18.05 P er cent. 

Captured and Reported Missing. 

The total number of state Volunteers captured, according to the tables, is 
ooo officers and 24,457 enlisted men, who are supposed to have returned from 
captivity, and 57 officers and 5,714 enlisted men, who are reported to have 
died in the hands of the enemy; total 957 officers and 30,171 enlisted men; 
aggregate 31,128. The Surgeon-General of the Army in the " Medical History 
of the War" gives the total number of captured as 184,791; this is now known 
to be below the actual figures; the loss of this nature being something over 
210,000. In the tables preceding this, those who were reported missing, but were 
not captured, are included as captured, and it is believed that this number bal 
ances at least the number of men captured, who are not credited and of whose 
capture official reports, in detail, were not made; the number given is therefore 
accepted as correct. 

The captured of the Militia and National Guard are but few in numbers, and 
a tabulated statement has not been made; of the other divisions of the service 
the necessary data to make a tabulated statement were not available. 

As with the wounded, there were men who were captured twice and even 
three times. Data cannot be obtained on this subject. Attention is called to 
the fact that in the tables several regiments of infantry show a total loss of all 
kinds, larger than the number of men in the same; this is explained by the fact 
that these regiments were captured in toto, exchanged, and then practically 
commenced their real service in the war. 

The number of men, state Volunteers, who died in the hands of the enemy 
(5.77 1 ) bears to the number captured (31,128) the proportion of I to 5.4 or 
18.5 per cent ; as, however, probably four-fifths of the deaths occurred subsequent 
to June, 1863, after which but few exchanges were made, and the number 
captured from that time to the close of the war can be estimated as half of the 
total, the following comparison would be more in consonance with facts; the 
number died in the hands of the enemy (4,500) is to the number captured (16,000) 
as i to 3.55 or 28.16 per cent; but here again must be borne in mind that the 
record of deaths of this nature is incomplete, and the number is believed to be 
nearly 1,000 more than recorded. 

The number captured (31,128) bears to the number of individuals in New 
York Volunteers (310,000) the proportion of i to 996 or 10,04 per cent 



3io IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

NUMBER OF MEN IN THE ORGANIZATIONS AMONG WHOM THE LOSSES 

OCCURRED. 

This column added to the tables of losses shows the approximate number of 
men who actually sr-rved in each organization before the end of April, 1865. An 
effort has been made to omit those who joined after the fighting had ceased, 
which it is believed has generally been successful. The numbers were obtained 
by actual count, except of fourteen regiments, which had to be estimated; 
where the number was obtained by actual count, in the case of regiments the 
units were left off entirely, but with batteries the units above and below five were 
omitted; where it has been estimated the tens and units were omitted. Those 
transferred from one company to another in the same regiment, as also those 
who re-enlisted as veterans in the field, were counted but once. Those trans 
ferred fom one regiment or battery to another, probably about 2,000, are counted 
in each; the transfers made after April, 1865, were not counted. The total number 
thus obtained is 371,935. 

In another place the number of enlistments in the state Volunteers has been 
estimated at 370,232. 

The difference between the figures obtained is so small that the numbers in 
the tables prove the number of enlistments, 370,232, claimed for New York Volunteers, 
to be substantially correct. 

In the list of organizations the " unassigned men and independent companies" 

are credited with 23,000 men; this includes men who deserted from recruiting 

depots and rendezvous, and about one-half of the men furnished under the last 

call estimated not to have joined regiments before the close of the fighting period, 

or who were not assigned to regiments at all. 

Losses compared with the number of men who served. 

In making comparisons of the loss of an organization with the number of men 
who served in it, proper consideration should be given to the number reported 
deserted, and to the fact that there were always men who were non-combatants, 
and a deduction of 12 per cent made from the number credited to the organiza 
tion. The Provost-Marshal-General of the United States gives in his final report the 
number of deserters from New York Volunteers as 36,149; this includes men whose 
desertion was but technical, and whose records can be and to a large extent have 
been corrected under late laws ; men erroneously reported deserted ; men who de 
serted at recruiting depots and rendezvous before being assigned to, or who deserted 
en route to an organization ; men captured, etc. not a small number, and estimated 
to reduce desertions from organizations to at least 25,000; a proportion of the 
enlistments credited to the state Volunteers (370,232) of I to 14.81, or 6.75 per 
cent. In regiments about to go into action there were always men who for the 
time at least were non-combatants: Cooks, musicians, sick, men on guard, hospi 
tal stewards, quartermaster and commissary sergeants, chaplains, quartermasters, 
commissaries and surgeons ; there were also men on duty as teamsters, orderlies, 
clerks, etc., and it is but a fair estimate to allow on this score a deduction of 5 
per cent. This shows the foundation for a reduction of 12 per cent from the 
total, a moderate claim. 

To compare losses of all the regiments of the state in single engagements with 
the number of men taken into an action is impracticable. While in some in 
stances and of some organizations the number of men taken into action is known, 
in a large majority of the cases reports do not give the strength or satisfactory 
numbers cannot be obtained. 

Of the following organizations records are on hand showing the number of 
officers and enlisted men taken into the action named, and as their losses in 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 311 

killed, wounded and missing are conspicuous, the relation of one to the other is 
here recorded. The figures are taken from battle reports, regimental histories, 
Regimental Losses in the American Civil War and from New York at Gettysburg, 
the two latter by Col. William F. Fox. 

There are more organizations, of which reports as to numbers taken into 
some action are obtainable; these reports are, however, not mentioned here for the 
reason that the losses suffered are comparatively light. 



Organiza 
tions. 

4th Infantry, 
5th 

7 th 
8th " 
9th " 
I3th " 
i6th 

22d 
25th " 
26th " 
28th " 
3oth " 
34th " 
38th 
4oth " 

42d 

44th 

48th " 

49th " 

52d " 

57th " 

S9th " 
6ist " 

6 3 d 

64th " 
66th 
6;th 
69th " 

?oth " 
7ist " 


Action 

at 

Antietam . ... 


Strength 
540 


Loss 

187 
162 
297 
243 

220 

233 

115 
231 
154 

180 

158 

170 

2IO 

183 

154 
133 

96 

86 
181 

100 

71 
242 
131 

I 22 

43 
IOI 

87 

224 
no 

62 
2O2 
44 
23 
98 
75 
93 
196 
128 
25 
33 
117 
114 

QI 


%of 
loss. 

34.6 
36 
60.6 
49-8 
40. i 
62 .4 
47-9 
45-3 
37-5 
47- 5 
45 -3 
56.7 
58.8 
53 -7 
49-5 
35-6 
41 -S 
35-2 
52-5 
44 4 
44-4 
46.9 
46 . I 
38.1 
26.8 
32.7 
45-3 
57.8 
25-5 
59-6 
59 2 
27. i 
28.4 
48 
31-5 
34-4 
61.8 
53-7 
33 3 
47-1 
31-5 
45-6 

f7 .A 


Organiza 
tions. 

72d Infantry. 
73d " 

74th 
76th 
8oth " 
82d " 

8 3 d 

84th " 
88th " 

93d 
94th " 
95th " 
96th " 
97th 
looth " 

lOISt " 

io4th 
losth " 
io7th " 
io8th " 
i nth " 

ii4th " 
i igth 

I20th " 
I2ISt " 

I24th 

I25th " 
I26th " 
I34th " 
I37th " 

I4ist 
I47th " 
I54th " 

I57th " 






Bull Run 2d . 




Fredericksburg . 


. 488 
548 






Bull Run, 2d. . . 




Gaines Mill. . . . 
Mary s Heights. 
Bull Run, ad... 
Hanover C. H . . 
Fredericksburg . 
Cedar Mountain 
Bull Run, 2d. . . 


. 510 
410 
.. 379 
349 
300 
357 


Antietam 




Fredericksburg. 
Fair Oaks 


374 


Bull Run, 2d. . . 






345 


Malvern Hill.. . 
Bull Run, 2d... 
Fort Wagner. . . 
Spotsylvania. . . 
Fair Oaks 
Fredericksburg. 
Antietam 
Fredericksburg. 


. 225 
160 
. 516 
. . 284 
. 320 
160 
309 
. 192 
381 


Fair Oaks 




Gettysburg. . . . 
Antietam 
Fredericksburg . 
Gettysburg. . . . 


104 
341 
. 162 
81 


Gettysburg. . . . 




Fredericksburg. 
Wilderness 


. 238 


Antietam 




Fredericksburg . 
Gettysburg. . . . 


. 238 


Williamsburg . . 
Gettysburg .... 


700 


Bull Run, 2d... 
Gettysburg. . 


. 250 

241 



Action 

at Strengtl 

Gettysburg 305 

Bristol Station. . . 107 

Gettysburg 507 

Gettysburg 275 

Gettysburg 369 

Gettysburg 287 

Antietam 339 

Gettysburg 394 

Fredericksburg. . . 292 

Gettysburg 215 

Gettysburg 344 

Antietam 302 

Fredericksburg. . . 252 

Gettysburg 90 

Wilderness 433 

Gettysburg 445 

Gettysburg 261 

Fort Harrison .... 167 

Gettysburg 255 

Battery Wagon.. . 478 

Bull Run, 2d 168 

Gettysburg 309 

Fredericksburg... 177 

New Hope Church 358 

Gettysburg 305 

Gettysburg 390 

Wilderness 386 

Op^quon 315 

Cedar Creek 250 

Gettysburg 300 

Gettysburg 427 

Salem Heights. . . 453 

Spotsylvania 346 

Chancellorsville.. . 550 

Gettysburg 279 

Gettysburg 470 

Gettysburg 510 

Gettysburg 488 

Gettysburg 456 

Wauhatchie 206 

Peach Tree Creek . 142 

Gettysburg 380 

Gettysburg 274 

Gettysburg 431 



The Heavy Artillery Regiments, which went into active service in 1864, were 
large regiments, as a rule then over 1,800 men strong, resembling in fact each 
a brigade of the infantry; their losses are correspondingly large and percentages 
could be obtained by taking 1,800 as present in the first engagement, taking off 
the loss incurred in that engagement and 15% for non-combatants and sick, for 
the strength at the next engagement and so forth; this would probably come 
very near to actual figures. 



Loss. 


% of 
loss. 


114 


37-4 


46 


43 


162 


32 


89 


32.4 


234 


63 -4 


170 


59-2 


128 


37-8 


192 


48.7 


125 


42.8 


82 


38.! 


217 


63.1 


102 


33-8 


127 


50.3 


28 


3i.l 


26O 


60 


245 


SS-i 


iiS 


44-1 


103 


61.7 


126 


49-4 


I7S 


36.6 


124 


73-8 


194 


62.8 


78 


44- I 


165 


46. I 


102 


33-4 


249 


63.8 


178 


46. I 


188 


59-7 


US 


46 


140 


46.7 


203 


47-5 


276 


60.8 


iSS 


44.8 


204 


37-1 


90 


32.3 


139 


29.6 


231 


45-3 


252 


51.6 


137 


30 


90 


43-7 


70 


49-3 


296 


77-9 


200 


73 


307 


71. a 



IN THE FIELD BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, ETC. 

Deaths Since the Close of the War. 

There were in the service during the War as of this State 400,000 individ 
uals; of these there died in the service 53,114. 

Of these 400,000 there are claimed as New York Volunteers 310,000 individ 
uals of whom there died in the service 48,055. 

The Commissioner of Pensions estimates that of the soldiers discharged for 
disability 25,284 died during the period of the war up to July I, 1865. The pro 
rata share of this number as from this state would be over .4,000, and added to 
those who died in service, would make the number of deaths, of those from this 
state 57,H4 and of the state volunteers 51,055. 

Based on the foregoing there were survivors at the close of the war of those 
from this state 342,886 and of the state volunteers 258,945. 

Of these survivors it is supposed that there entered into the service: 

Individuals to the credit of the state. 

In 1861 and 1862 200,000, less 28,557 w ^ died as above, leaving. . . . 171,443 survivors. 
In 1863 and 1864 170,000, " 24,273 " " " " " .... 145,727 

In 1865 30,000, " 4,014 " " " " " .... 25,716 

Total 400,000, " 57,114 " " " " .... 342,886 " 

State Volunteers. 

In 1861 and 1862 155,000, less 25,528 who died as above, leaving. . . . 129,472 survivors 
In 1863 and 1864 132,000, " 21,727 " " " " " .... 110,273 " 

In 1865 23,000, " 3,800 " " " " .... 19,200 " 

Total 310,000, " 51,055 " 258,945 

Elsewhere the average age of those who entered the service was estimated 
to have been 25 years at the time of such entry. 

This average age probably does not apply actually to those men who 
entered the service in 1861 and 1862, as a very large number of them were very 
young men; their average age may therefore be presumed to be lower, say 24 
years of age; in 1863 and 1864, as still a large number were young men, their 
average age may be estimated to have been, say 24^ years; in 1865, for the 
number of older men predominated largely then and there were but few very 
young men, their average age was probably 27 years. 

Adding to these average ages the average time from entry to close of war, 
would make the average age for all, those who served as of this state and those 
who served in. the New York Volunteers, at the close of the war 27 years. 

Service in the war left its effects on every one, especially those who served 
any length of time or who were disabled in the service by disease or wounds. 
The Commissioner of Pensions found the effect of the service in the case of 
men, pensioners, who were wounded or otherwise disabled in the service, equal 
to the shortening of the expectation of life by 12 years and based his state 
ment on the examination of sixteen thousand cases; he also estimated the num 
ber subject to this shortening of life to be about one-third o