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WEST POINT 

IN THE OLDEN TIME. 
DERIVED FROM VARIOUS SOURCES, 

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REGISTER OF GRADUATES 

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UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY, 

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Evening News Printing and Binding House. 

1886. 



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In order to assist the reader in locating the quarters referred to by 
numbers in Miss Berard's reminiscences, the following official directory of 
West Point for September, 1886, is published: 



OFFICERS' LINE. 



NOETH OF CADET BAEEACKS. 



3. Lieutenant Simpson. 

5. Dr. Smith. 

7. Professor Mercur. 

9. Lieutenant Braden. 

11. Lieutenant Rodgers. 

13. Captain Williams. 

15. Lieutenant Mitoham. 

17. Captain Augur. 

19. Major Spurgin. 

21. Professor Bass. 

23. General Merritt. 

25. Colonel Hasbrouck. 

27. Dr. Kimball. 

29. Lieutenant Foltz. 

31. Professor Postlethwaite. 

33. Professor Michie. 

35. Professor Andrews. 

37. Captain Rockwell. 

39. Professor Larned. 

41. Professor Tillman. 

43. Captain Price. 

45. Captain Metcalfe. 

47. Lieutenant Gale. 

49. Mr. Koehler. 

51. Mr. McEnany. 

53. Mr. Erwin. 

55. Mr. Butler. 

57. Miss Berard. 

59. Cadet Cottage— Lieut. W. C. Brown. 



SOUTH OF CADET BAEEACKS. 

„ j Lieutenant Fisk. 

I Lieutenant Anderson. 
4. Mr. Ward. 
6. Lieutenant Beach. 
8. Lieutenant Goethals. 
10. Lieutenant Warren. 
12. Lieutenant Ellis. 

f Lieutenant Evans. 
1 . J Lieutenant Homer. 

i Lieutenant Smith. 

[Lieutenant Fiebeger. 

( Lieutenant Totten. 
16. ■< Lieutenant Landis. 

( Lieutenant Townsley. 
18. Professor Winthrop. 

( Lieutenant Wisser. 
20.^ Lieutenant Gibson. 

( Lieutenant Alexander. 
22. Lieutenant Davis. 
24. Lieutenant Edgerton. 
26. Mr. Newlands. 
28. Lieutenant Reed. 
30. Lieutenant Gordon. 

Lieutenant Marsh. 
32. ■{ Lieutenant Wooley. 

Lieutenant Chamberlin. 



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DERIVED FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. 



I. 

THOSE OF MISS BETSY COX. 



The family of Miss Betsy Cox are a long-lived race. Her mother lived 
to be nearly one hundred, and her uncle, Beverly Garrison, was in his nine- 
ty-second year when he died. 

Through them, and through her great-grandfather, Daniel Coovert, one 
of the old Dutch settlers in New York, Miss Cox is able to go back to a 
very remote date in her reminiscences of West Point and its neighborhood. 

In 1723, Charles Congreve obtained by royal letters-patent a grant of 
1,463 acres, comprising the northern portion of West Point. About the 
middle of the century, a Mr. John Moore, commonly called Colonel Moore, 
by the purchase of this patent, added to an original grant to himself of 330 
acres lying to the southwest of it, came into possession of a large part of 
the territory now within the limits of the ceded district, and a great extent 
north and west of it. 

This property was laid out, so far, that is, as the rugged nature of the 
soil would permit, in small and scattered farms, and Daniel Coovert was 



4 REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 

Colonel Moore's farmer. He lived in a house, considered a very fine one 
in those days, which Colonel Moore had built in Washington's Valley. The 
land though neither as extensive nor as level, as now was at that time a 
pretty good sized cornfield, and Miss Cox's grandmother used to tell her 
grandchildren of the fright which she received, one evening, when, coming 
up from the valley to drive home the cows, she saw a wild cat in a tree, 
probably one of the old elm trees, on the plain. 

Moore's house in Washington's Valley was occupied from the 25th of 
July to the 28th of November, in the year 1779, as tne headquarters of the 
Commander-in-Chief. It was from these headquarters that Washington 
published the following order, than which few more beautiful, and certainly 
none more creditable was ever issued by a military commander: 

Headquaetees. Mooee's House, \ 
[West Point] July 29, 1779. f 

" Many and pointed orders .have been issued against that unmeaning and 
abominable custom of swearing, notwithstanding which, with much regret, the 
General observes that it prevails, if possible, more than ever; his feelings are 
continually wounded by the oaths and imprecations of the soldiers whenever 
he is in hearing of them. 

" The Name of that Being from Whose bountiful goodness we are permitted 
to exist and enjoy the comforts of life, is incessantly imprecated and profaned, 
in a manner as wanton as it is shocking. For the sake therefore of religion, 
decency, and order, the General hopes and trusts that officers of every rank will 
use their influence and authority to check a vice which is as unprofitable as it is 
wicked and shameful. 

" If officers would make it an unavoidable rule to reprimand, and if that 
does not do, punish soldiers for offences of this kind, it could not fail of having 
the desired effect." 

A few weeks since, this order was repeated to me verbatim by the ven- 
erable Professor Weir, now in his eighty-third year, and I have seldom 
heard anything more impressive than those weighty words falling from the 
lips of this patriotic old man. He had learned them by heart from the 
original manuscript order book in Washington's own handwriting, which the 
professor possessed until a few years since, when for its surer preservation 
he parted with it to the Government. 

A little later than the issue of the above order, and no doubt from the 
same headquarters, at Moore's house in Washington's Valley, the Commander- 
in-Chief penned the following playful invitation to his friend, Dr. Cochran : 



REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 5 

"West Point, 16th August, 1779. 
"Dear Doctor : 

" I have asked Mrs. Cochran and Mrs. Livingston to dine with 

me to-morrow; but am I not in honour bound to apprize them of their fare? As 

I hate deception, even where the imagination is concerned, I will. ***** 

Since our arrival at this happy spot, we have had a ham, sometimes a shoulder 

of bacon to grace the head of the table ; a piece of roast beef adorns the foot ; 

and a dish of beans or greens, almost imperceptible, decorates the centre. When 

the cook has a mind to cut a figure, which I presume will be the case to-morrow, 

we have two beef-steak pies, or dishes of crabs, in addition one on each side of 

the centre dish, dividing the space, and reducing the distance between dish and 

dish to about six feet, which without them would be nearly twelve feet apart. 

" Of late he has had the surprising sagacity to discover that apples will make 
pies, and it is a question, if, in the violence of his efforts, we do not get one of 
apples, instead of both of beef- steak. 

" If the ladies can put up with such entertainment, and will submit to par- 
take of it on plates once tin, but now iron, (not become so by the labour of 
scouring), I shall be happy to see them; and am, dear Doctor, 

Yours, 

One of the ancestors of Miss Cox, to whom she is indebted for many 
an interesting story of these remote times, was Beverly Garrison, named for 
Colonel Beverly Robinson, in whose employ his father had served, and for 
whom the elder Garrison entertained a great respect and admiration. 
Beverly was a lad of fourteen when the British made their attack upon Forts 
Montgomery and Clinton. His father was wagonmaster at Fort Montgom- 
ery, and while engaged with his son in strengthening the defences, they both 
were made prisoners. The boy, owing to his youth, was allowed to go free. 

Three years later he stood on the ramparts of Fort Montgomery, and 
watched Arnold's barge as it was rowed swiftly down the river by six strong 
oarsmen. Beverly recognized the General, but without a suspicion that he 
saw in him a traitor and a foe fleeing to the British sloop Vulture to escape 
the consequences of the discovery of his crime which was at that moment 
being, made by General Washington, at Arnold's headquarters. Garrison 
also recognized Larvey, the man who acted as coxswain on this occasion, 
and who often declared to him that had he been aware of Arnold's design 
he would have steered to Verplanck's Point, even if the traitor had threat- 
ened to blow his brains out. The oarsmen were equally unsuspicious of 
the nature of Arnold's errand. Upon stepping into his barge he promised 
them two gallons of rum if they would row with utmost speed, as he was 
going on board the Vulture with a flag, and must make all possible haste in 



6 REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 

order to return to his headquarters, the Beverly Robinson house, in time to 
meet the Commander-in-Chief, who was expected to arrive there that day. 

When they had reached the vessel, and "Arnold had held an interview 
with the officers in the cabin, he came on deck and said to his barge-men : 
' My lads, I have quitted the rebel army, and joined the standard of his 
Britannic Majesty. If you will join me, I will make sergeants and corporals 
of you all, and for you, James, I will do something more.' Indignant at the 
offer, Larvey promptly replied, ' No, sir, one coat is enough for me to wear 
at a time.' Two only of the crew remained, and they were British desert- 
ers. The brave corporal with the remainder of the men returned; not how- 
ever, in the barge; Arnold had the meanness to retain that for his own use, 
giving them a miserable boat in exchange. " * 

Dr. James Thacher, from whose journal the above extract is made, 
was a surgeon in the American army from the breaking out of the Revolu- 
tion until its close. He was stationed with the troops at West Point, and 
on the opposite side of the river, (Nelson's Point, now Garrison's), in 1778, 
and at different periods of longer or shorter duration between that date 
and the close of 1782. 

Surgeon Thacher gives an interesting description of the old Beverly 
Robinson house, which was established as a hospital for the American troops 
early in 1778 and placed under his charge. "The house," he relates, "was 
built by Colonel Beverly Robinson, a respectable gentleman from Scotland, 
for his summer residence; but being induced to adhere to the British inter- 
est, he has with his excellent family removed to New York, and thereby for- 
feited his large estate. This is a spacious and very convenient building, 
situated on the east bank of the Hudson, about two miles from West Point, 
which is on the opposite shore. Robinson's house, with the outbuildings, is 
found very convenient for a hospital ; the farm and gardens are very exten- 
sive, affording excellent pasturage for horses and cows, and containing 
three or four large orchards abounding in fruit of various descriptions. " 

After the defection of Arnold, Dr. Thacher was on duty with the troops 
at West Point during the severe winter of 1780-81. The men arrived on the 
evening of the 8th of October and were encamped for a time on the plain 
near the bank of the river. General Greene was in command of the gar- 
rison, and good order had taken the place of the confusion occasioned by 
Arnold's elopement. 

*Tliaclier's Military Journals of the Kevolution. 



REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 7 

On November 21st the Doctor records a review by the Marquis de 
Chastelleux of a large detachment of troops under General Stark at Nel- 
son's Point. After the review the Marquis crossed over to West Point 
where he was received by a salute of thirteen cannon, "the number of the 
United States. " 

In December the brigade to which Dr. Thacher was attached was or- 
dered into the woods in the rear of West Point, where they were to build 
log huts for the winter. Before they could erect these the weather became 
extremely cold. The troops encamped in canvas tents in the locality now 
known as the "Public Meadows," not only suffered from the intense cold, 
but also from lack of provisions. "Almost half the time," Dr. Thacher 
states, "the men were kept on half allowance of bread, and entirely without 
rum." He himself complains, under date of December 10th, that for three 
days he had not been able to procure food enough to appease his appetite. 
A little later in the month the troops were exposed for ten days to almost 
continuous storms of rain and high winds, against which their canvas dwel- 
lings afforded but little protection. They were frequently rent asunder, 
and the encampment almost overwhelmed with inundation. 

With the opening of the new year, 1781, the condition of affairs became 
greatly improved. On the 3d of January Thacher's brigade took possession 
of their winter cantonments, which consisted of log huts, scattered along at 
different points from the foot of Crow's Nest Ravine down through its con- 
tinuation to Washington's Valley. 

When rambling through the ravine in search of orchis, blood root, yel- 
low violets, and other of the lovely spring wild flowers which abound there, 
I had often wondered what certain cairns of stones, and ruins that had the 
appearance of having once been the foundations of some small and rude 
structures, could mean. A few years since a friend suggested that Ameri- 
can troops having been encamped in this locality during the Revolution, 
these doubtless were«the remains of their cantonments. From that moment 
imagination lent an added charm to the natural beauty of the old ravine, 
and when I came across the following description in Thacher's journal, my 
satisfaction was complete. Writing under date of January 3d, 1781, he 
notes, "Our brigade took possession of our huts for the winter in the woods, 
about two miles in the rear of the works at West Point. Our situation is 
singularly romantic, in a highly elevated spot, surrounded by mountains and 
craggy rocks of a prodigious size, lofty broken clefts, and the banks of the 
beautifully meandering Hudson affording a view of the country for many 



8 REMINISCENCES OE WEST POINT. 

miles in all directions. " Could words better describe the scenery of the 
Crow's Nest Ravine in its extension from the foot of the mountain down- 
ward to the valley? 

The new quarters proved highly satisfactory. The Doctor writes: 
"We have now no longer reason to complain of our accommodations; the 
huts are warm and comfortable, wood in abundance at our doors, and a 
tolerable supply of provisions. On St. Valentine's day this satisfaction was 
increased by the arrival of General Warner and Colonel Ashley of Massa- 
chusetts, who distributed among the men of the Massachusetts' line, twenty- 
four dollars in specie to each soldier as a gratuity from the State. " 

In April of this year, the Doctor records, that one hundred and eighty- 
seven of the members of his regiment were under inoculation for small-pox. 
In this connection he mentions the discovery which had recently been made 
of the extract of the butternut, (juglans cinerea), as a substitute for jalap 
and calomel. He writes: "The discovery of this article is highly import- 
ant, and it may be considered a valuable acquisition to our materia medica. " 
The extract of butternut, made by boiling down the inner bark of the tree, 
had been in common use among the country people for some time previous, 
and now its employment in the treatment of small-pox received the sanction 
of the celebrated Dr. Rush, "who was," Dr. Thacher states, "for a short 
period at the head of the hospital department. " Butternut trees abound in 
our woods, and are nowhere more abundant than in the region of the Crow's 
Nest Ravine and Rugertown, so that this useful domestic medicine could be 
furnished at a very small expense to the troops at West Point. 

To Dr. Thacher we are indebted for an interesting account of the cele- 
bration held at West Point in honour of the birth of the Dauphin of France, 
on the last day of May, 1782. A few days previous, General Washington 
had issued from the headquarters at Newburgh, the following orders : 

" Headquarters, Newbtjegh, ) 
Tuesday, Mat 28th, 1782. ) 

" The Commander- in -Chief is happy in the opportunity of announcing to 
the army, the birth of the Dauphin of France; and desirous of giving a general 
occasion of testifying the satisfaction which he is convinced will pervade the 
breast of every American officer and soldier on the communication of an event 
so highly interesting to a monarch and nation, who have given such distinguish- 
ing proofs of their attachment, is pleased to order a feu-de-joie on Thursday 
next ; and requests the company of all the general, regimental, and staff officers 
of the army, who are not necessarily detained by duty, at West Point, on that 



REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 9 

day at four o'clock. Commanding officers of brigades and corps will receive 
particular instructions for their government. " 

Among these "instructions" was the following: 

"After the feu-de-joie, the officers commanding corps, will with an audible 
voice, pray to God to bless the Dauphin of France, and grant him long life and 
happiness, and the troops give three cheers." 

To the order was appended a 

" MEMORANDUM. 

" The Commander-in-Chief desires his compliments may be presented to 
the officers' ladies, with and in the neighborhood of the army, together with a 
request that they will favour him with their company at dinner on Thursday 
next, at West Point. " 

The carrying out of the above orders resulted in the most brilliant fete 
day ever known in the annals of West Point. No pains were spared to 
make the occasion "in honour of our great and good ally" as splendid and 
joyful as possible. 

On a slight elevation in the rear of old Fort Clinton, a little northeast 
of the site of the present encampment ground, and commanding a fine 
view of the plain, the fortifications on the surrounding hills, and the en- 
campments of the troops, was erected a magnificent arbor or colonnade. 
The work was executed under the direction of Major Villefranche, an able 
French engineer officer, and employed the labor of one thousand men for 
ten days. The following description of the arbor is taken from Dr. 
Thacher's Journal : 

"This curious edifice was composed of the simple materials which the 
common trees in the vicinity afforded, being about six hundred feet in 
length, and thirty feet wide, supported by a grand colonnade of one hun- 
dred and eighteen pillars, made of the trunks of trees. The covering of 
the roof consisted of boughs, or branches of trees curiously interwoven, and 
the same materials formed the walls, leaving the ends entirely open. On 
the inside, every pillar was encircled with muskets and bayonets, bound 
round in a fanciful and handsome manner, and the whole interior decorated 
with evergreens, with American and French military colours, and a variety 
of emblems and devices adjusted in such style as to beautify the whole in- 
terior of the fabric. 



io REMINISCENCES OE WEST POINT. 

This superb structure in symmetry of proportion, neatness of work- 
manship, and elegance of arrangement, has seldom, perhaps, been surpassed 
on any temporary occasion. ********* 
Several appropriate mottoes decorated the grand edifice, pronouncing bene- 
dictions on the Dauphin, and happiness to the two allied nations. The 
whole army was paraded on the contiguous hills on both sides of the river, 
forming a circle of several miles in open view of the public edifice." 

The cannon employed for the execution of the feu-de-joie were as fol- 
lows : A park of artillery (consisting of thirteen guns) on the plain ; six 
guns at Fort Sherburne (now Trophy Point) ; three at the South Redoubt, 
and thirteen at Gee's Point, (then called Stony Point). The discharge of 
the pieces was succeeded by a fire of musketry. 

Thacher's Journal contains a further account of the incidents of this 
brilliant fete as follows: "At the given signal of firing three cannon, the 
regimental officers all left their commands, and repaired to the building to 
partake of the entertainment which had been prepared by order of the 
Commander-in-Chief. At five o'clock, dinner being on the table, his Excel- 
lency General Washington and lady and suite, the principal officers of the 
army and their ladies, Governor and Mrs. Clinton, and a number of re- 
spectable characters from the States of New York and New Jersey, moved 
from Major-General McDougal's quarters through the line formed by Col- 
onel Crane's regiment of artillery to the arbor, where more than five hun- 
dred gentlemen and ladies partook of a magnificent festival. A martial 
band charmed the senses with music, and while the appetite feasted we 
gazed with admiration on the illustrious guests, and the novel spectacle ex- 
hibited to our view. The cloth being removed, thirteen appropriate toasts 
were drunk, each one being announced by the discharge of thirteen cannon, 
and accompanied by music. The guests retired from the table at seven 
o'clock, and the regimental officers repaired to their respective commands. 

" The arbor was, in the evening, illuminated by a vast number of lights, 
which, being arranged in regular and tasteful order, exhibited a scene vying 
in brilliancy with the starry firmament. The officers having rejoined their 
regiments, thirteen cannon were again fired as a prelude to the general feu- 
de-joie, which immediately succeeded throughout the whole line of the army 
on the surrounding hills, and being three times repeated, the mountains re- 
sounded and echoed like tremendous peals of thunder, and the flashing 
from thousands of firearms in the darkness of the evening, could be com- 
pared only to the most vivid flashes of lightning from the clouds. The feu- 



REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. n 

de-joie was immediately followed by three shouts of acclamation and bene- 
diction for the Dauphin by the united voices of the whole army on all sides. 
At half-past eleven o'clock the celebration was concluded by the exhibition 
of fire-works very ingeniously constructed of various figures. His Excel- 
lency General Washington was unusually cheerful. He attended the ball in 
the evening, and with a dignified and graceful air, having Mrs. Knox for his 
partner, carried down a dance of twenty couples in the arbor on the green 
grass." 

Among the guests were Governor and Mrs. Glinton, Generals Knox 
and Hand with their ladies, Mr. Benson (the attorney-general), Mrs. Liv- 
ingstone (of the Lower Manor), Mrs. Montgomery, widow of the hero of 
Quebec, and a great number of ladies and gentlemen from the States of 
New York and New Jersey who came in their barges to West Point to take 
part in the festivities. 

If in the midst of these extravagant rejoicings over the birth of the 
young prince, a presentiment of the approaching fate of the royal family of 
France could have flashed into the minds of that gay company, how would 
all their hilarity and mirth have been quenched in the very depths of horror 
and gloom. 

Those who amid these bright hopes and anticipations both in the old 
world and the new, prayed for long life and happiness for the young child, 
little thought that heaven's best blessing would be conferred upon him by 
an early death. In June, 1789, before he had reached his eighth birthday he 
"was taken away from the evil to come." A little later and the storm of the 
French Revolution had burst upon his unhappy country. The amiable and 
excellent Louis XVI, and his queen, the lovely Marie Antoinette, laid their 
heads upon the scaffold, while for the then Dauphin of France, the unhappy 
Louis XVII, was reserved a more cruel fate than death. 

The terrible sufferings inflicted upon this child of tender years, reduced 
him to a condition of idiocy. In 1795, the report was spread abroad that 
he had died of scrofula in his prison house, but strange revelations which 
were made in the year 185 1, raise in the minds of those who have examined 
them, strong doubts as to the truth of this story. From the facts which 
then came to light it appears extremely probable that the Dauphin did not 
die in the Temple in 1795 as was alleged, but that through the connivance 
of friends he was conveyed into the Low Countries, and afterwards to Amer- 
ica where he was brought up among the Oneida Indians. That at about 
the age of thirteen while bathing in Lake George^ he climbed with the fear- 



i2 REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 

lessness of idiocy to the top of a high rock, and plunging head foremost 
into the lake was taken up insensible, and when brought to consciousness 
his mind had recovered its reason. 

The story of Eleazer Williams, the name he bore in the Indian family 
in which he was brought up, is graphically told in an article in Putnam's 
Magazine for February, 1853, (Vol. I, p. 194). He became a clergyman in 
the Episcopal Church, and a devoted missionary to the St. Regis Indians. 
I once met the Reverend Eleazer Williams at the house of friends much in- 
terested in his story, and was struck by the decidedly French character of 
his- physiognomy. He at once recalled to my mind the type of old-fash- 
ioned, middle-aged French gentlemen whom I had often met in my child- 
hood at my uncle's house in New York. But what impressed me most 
about him was the testimony given by every word and action that he re- 
garded his calling and work as a minister of God of higher interest than any 
earthly good. Clearly in his mind 

" The glories of our earthly state 
Were shadows, not substantial things." 

for when one requested him to give her his autograph with the highest title 
which he claimed, he wrote this verse from Scripture : "Giving thanks unto 
God who hath made me meet to be a partaker of the inheritance of the 
saints in light;" and beneath it the subscription, " Eleazer Williams, Mis- 
sionary to the St. Regis Indians. " 

We must now return from this very long and wide digression to the 
more personal reminiscences of Miss Betsy Cox. 

During the Revolution, Mr. Isaac Garrison, Miss Cox's grandfather, 
had the charge of supplying provisions of all kinds to the troops stationed 
in this region from Fort Montgomery to West Point. It was his teamsters 
who brought the links of the great chain, as fast as they were finished, from 
the Stirling iron works, twenty-five miles distant, to West Point. In the 
space of six weeks the entire structure had been transported, and on the 
first of May, 1778, it was stretched across the river. It was attached to 
huge blocks, at each end, and under cover of batteries on either shore, and 
extended from the "Chain Battery," a little west of Gee's Point, across to the 
little cove just above the present boat-house on Constitution Island. 

Mr. Isaac Garrison, and Mr. Dunlap, Mr. S. D. Morrison's grandfather, 
established, for the convenience of the troops stationed at West Point, a 
store-house of commissary supplies at that post. This store house stood a 



REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 13 

few feet west of the site now occupied by the Post-office Cottage, and was 
a large and commodious building, used subsequently as an artillery barracks. 

Besides Colonel Moore's house in Washington's Valley we have traces 
of several other more or less pretentious dwellings existing at West Point 
prior to the Revolution. Of what was so long known as the old Thompson 
house, Mrs. Davies relates that she had heard, in her childhood, that it had 
been built long before the war by an English gentleman as a sort of country 
seat or hunting lodge. Writing under date of November 24th, 1778, Dr. 
Thacher says: "I accepted an invitation to dine with Captain Carter at 
West Point. He is a gentleman of independent fortune, and lives in splen- 
did style. " Possibly the residence at which Captain Carter dispensed his 
generous hospitality may have been the confiscated property of the English 
sportsman. 

Another dwelling of large size and beautiful for situation (on the bank 
of the river a little northeast of the present executive building), was the old 
North or Gridley House, as it was called in later days. 

From General Heath's diary, given in his memoirs, we extract the fol- 
lowing entry made under date of December 27th, (Saint John the Evange- 
list day), 1780: "The Free and Accepted Masons of Washington Lodge 
celebrated the feast of St. John at 'Starkean Hall,' at West Point." No 
hint is given as to its location, but it was probably named for John Stark (of 
the battle of Bennington fame) who was stationed here, or at Nelson's Point, 
during the Revolution. 

Among the charges upon which General McDougal was tried by court- 
martial in August, 1782, appears that of "making additions and erecting 
buildings at West Point, without the knowledge or consent of the Com- 
manding General, particularly the addition to the house in which General 
McDougal quarters, and the building for the provost guard. " 

Concerning this charge the Court gave it as their opinion "that from 
constant use of commandants at West Point, never yet interdicted, Gen- 
eral McDougal is justifiable in making additions to the house in which he 
quarters. " 

Taking these facts in connection with the references made in the diary 
of Dr. Thacher to the headquarters of Generals Heath and McDougal, and 
the quarters of General Patterson, General Glover, Colonel Malcolm, and 
Dr. Eustis, we may conclude that there were at West Point quite a number 
of more or less permanent structures erected before and during the Revolu- 
tion. Thacher states that the name of New Boston had been given to the 



i 4 REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 

huts built by the soldiers of the Massachusetts line in the winter of 1781, 
and, under date of December 19th in the following year, he mentions hav- 
ing partaken of an entertainment "at Dr. Eustis' quarters, New Boston." 

From this we may infer, that the doctor, at least, and perhaps Colonel 
Malcolm, and other officers stationed here lived only in some commodious 
kind of hut a little larger and better built, it may be, than those for the 
soldiers. 

Our choice for the headquarters of the general officers must lie among 
four large and well-built houses, which, together with Moore's house in 
Washington's Valley, tradition assigns to dates prior to the Revolution, and 
which were all existing in excellent condition when Colonel Mansfield came 
to West Point in 1802. These are as follows: A large frame dwelling a 
little south of the site of No. 5 ; another, equally if not more spacious, near 
the present No. ■$?> \ the °ld Thompson house, and the old North house. 

A more detailed description of these quarters and their occupants will 
be given when we come down to Mrs. Davies J recollections in 18 15. 

We now pass to the year 1802. , 



II. 

REMINISCENCES OF COLONEL JARED MANSFIELD, RECEIVED THROUGH HIS 

DAUGHTER, MRS. DAVIES. 

From how feeble a germ has come the outgrowth of our Military Aca- 
demy is apparent from the fact that when Colonel Mansfield arrived at West 
Point on the third of May, 1802, the entire establishment consisted of one 
officer, — Major Jonathan Williams, the superintendent; two instructors, 
Captains Barron and Mansfield, assistant professors of mathematics (the 
professorship was not' created until 18 12); and four cadets. 

General Cullum in his admirable address at the unveiling of the Thayer 
statue, at West Point, in 1883, has given so clear, exhaustive and thorough- 
ly interesting a history of the foundation and growth of the Military Aca- 
demy that nothing remains to be told in this connection.* 

I pass therefore to more personal reminiscences, after dwelling for a 

*This address was printed in full in the Annual Report of the Association of Graduates for June, 1883. 



REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 15 

moment upon the appointment and administration of our first superinten- 
dent, Major Jonathan Williams. 

The law passed in 1802 for the organization of the institution required 
"the principal engineer, or, in his absence, the next in rank to be the Super- 
intendent of the Military Academy." Major Williams, having been ap- 
pointed, by President Jefferson, Chief Engineer, assumed, in virtue of his 
office, the charge of the newly-founded establishment, arriving at West 
Point, with the officers above mentioned, in the spring of 1802. 

Major Williams felt very keenly the difficulties of his new position. 
These arose, in great measure, from the uncertain basis upon which the 
establishment was founded. There was exemplified what he described as 
"the incongruity of a stationery and an errant existence;" for while the 
Corps of Engineers constituted the Military Academy, its members were 
liable to be called to duty along our coast from one extremity of the United 
States to the other. 

A report made by him on the condition of the institution some six 
years later, concluded with these words : 

"In short, the Military Academy as it now stands, is like a foundling 
barely existing among the mountains, and nurtured at a distance, out of 
sight, and almost unknown to its legitimate parents. Had it been so at- 
tached to the Government (its real and only parent) as to be always with it, 
always in sight, and always in the way of its fostering care, it would prob- 
ably have flourished, and have become an honourable and interesting ap- 
pendage to the national family. " 

Colonel Williams did not live to see the conditions which he so fondly 
desired for his protege exist as actual realities. He resigned from the army 
in 181 2, and died three years later. It would have cheered his generous 
heart could he have foreseen that the neglected "foundling" in which he 
took so lively an interest would become w T hat it is, in fact, to-day the fav- 
ored and cherished ward of the "national family." 

Major Williams was a grand-nephew of Dr. Franklin, and had been 
brought up and educated by his distinguished relative chiefly in Paris. It 
was there that, in 1784, he had made the acquaintance of Mr. Jefferson, 
who conceived so high an opinion of his ability and character, that, eighteen 
years later, he appointed him, as we have seen, Chief Engineer, and sent 
him to West Point as first superintendent of the Academy. 

During Dr. Franklin's mission to France, Williams acted as the Minis- 



1 6 REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 

ter's private secretary. He was an able engineer, a man of high attain- 
ments as a scholar, and an amiable and polished gentleman. 

His wife was a Scotch lady, and a very highly accomplished woman, as 
was also his daughter. During their residence at West Point, they occupied 
the frame-house standing in the then southwest corner of the Post, a little 
south of the present No. 5. Colonel Williams here cultivated a fine garden, 
and was very liberal in the distribution of the vegetables, fruit, and flowers 
which it produced. They were a hospitable family, and the cadets, then 
only sixteen in number, often dined at their house. 

Besides the small group of officers and cadets who formed the nucleus 
of the Military Academy, there were at West Point in 1802, and. for some 
years later, detachments of soldiers who were quartered in different locali- 
ties on the Post — some in the old Long Barracks, near the site of the present 
hotel ; others in Mr. Garrison's store house, which had been converted into 
a barracks, and others again in a wooden structure which stood on the site 
of the present No. 41. 

These soldiers, always spoken of in my childhood as the old bomba- 
diers, belonged to the corps of artillerists and engineers which had been or- 
ganized and stationed at West Point in 1794. They were under the com- 
mand of Major George Fleming, who had succeeded General Knox when 
the latter became Secretary of War in 1785. 

Major Boynton relates that for the instruction of this corps, in the year 
of its organization, and chiefly "through the instrumentality of President 
Washington, " a school had been established in a two-story stone building 
called "The Old Provost," which stood on the northwest side of Execution 
Hollow. Two years later this house was burnt down and the school aban- 
doned.* 

No doubt this was the building, the erection of which for the Provost 
Guard had been one of the charges brought against General McDougal. 

Major Fleming remained at West Point until some time after the es- 
tablishment of the Military Academy. After the war there had been left at 
this Post and in the vicinity a large number of guns and military supplies of 
all kinds. In the magazines at Fort Putnam, and on Constitution Island, 
were stored immense quantities of powder, and to Major Fleming was com- 
mitted the custody of all these munitions of war, as well as the charge of 
superintending the repairs which had been commenced upon Forts Clinton 



*Boynton's History of West Point, page 171. Edition of 1863. 



REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. i 7 

and Putnam. Colonel Vincent, a French engineer, engaged on these works 
in 1794, speaks in high terms of this officer's efficiency and skill. 

When Colonel Mansfield came to West Point, Major and Mrs. Fleming 
and their niece, Miss Moffat, were living in the old Thompson house, and 
were, with Mrs. Mansfield, and Mrs. Osborn, the wife of an officer stationed 
here, the only ladies on the Post in 1802. 

At the close of 1803 Colonel Mansfield having been made Surveyor- 
General of the Northwestern Territory, removed to Ohio, where he resided 
until 181 2, when receiving the appointment of Professor of Natural and Ex- 
perimental Philosophy at the Military Academy, he returned to West Point. 

We will pass therefore from 1803 to the year 181 4. 



III. 

THE REMINISCENCES OF MRS. CHARLES DAV1ES. 

Mrs. Davies, the only daughter of Colonel Jared Mansfield, came with 
her parents to West Point at the age of seven years. Her brother, the late 
Mr. E. D. Mansfield, of Ohio, (so long the "Veteran Observer" of the New 
York Times), accompanied them. The party landed at noon, on the twen- 
tieth of August, at the old North Dock. 

At the time of the Revolution the boat landing was at Gee's Point, so 
named after Captain Gee, the maternal great-grandfather of Mr. William 
Ward, and who was one of the early skippers on the North River. 

Captain Gee lived just above the Point, where the traces of the founda- 
tion of his dwelling may still be seen. Singularly enough, years after, his 
granddaughter married Mr. Bryan Ward, the Adjutant's clerk, and lived in a 
little "cottage on the rocks only a few rods higher up, under the angle of 
Fort Clinton. 

This house was removed, I think, more than thirty years ago, but there 
still linger the lilach bushes, and other hardy blooming plants, which once 
graced the pretty garden surrounding the cottage. 

The Mansfield party came in a sloop the entire journey from New 
Haven, taking between three and four days to accomplish the trip. Colonel 
Mansfield navigated the vessel up the Hudson, the captain never having 
sailed on that river before. They brought with them a white horse, which 



18 REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 

Miss Cox believes was for several years the only horse that had been seen 
at West Point. Nor did this one remain any length of time, for finding no 
convenience for keeping him here, Colonel Mansfield had his little estab- 
lishment of horse and chaise transported across the river to Garrison's, and 
from this point, when the summer vacations came round, he would take his 
carriage, and driving across Westchester county, via Peekskill and Danbury, 
Connecticut, visit his old home at New Haven. 

For such as could not walk at West Point, and they were the few in 
those days, other means of locomotion had to be devised. Mrs. Davies re- 
members the year after their arrival looking out of the window, and having 
her curiosity excited by the sight of a strange kind of conveyance borne 
along by men. She was told that it was a palanquin or litter, in which my 
great-grandfather, Philip Ten Eyck, an old Hollander who came to West 
Point in 1815, with my grandfather] Nichols, was being carried up the hill 
from the north dock. He was a very aged man and an invalid. The gen- 
eral conveyance at that date, however, was an ox-cart. For many years 
later, I believe, oxen were the only draught animals used at the Post. Among 
the most vivid recollections of my childhood is the picturesque appear- 
ance of*a weather-beaten soldier, one of the old Bombadiers, equipped 
in a long, loose, blue overcoat, and short shoulder-cape, breaking with a 
team of oxen attached to a clumsy sledge or drag, the almost impassable 
drifts after a winter snow-storm. Professor Weir has preserved in one of 
his admirable sketches, this unique picture, which, however, by those who 
know only the West Point of to-day, might be mistaken for some scene in 
Siberia. 

But to return. Our little party ascended the hill by a rude foot-path, 
bordered and encroached upon by wild roses and sweet brier, — for these 
were the days when Mrs. Walsh described West Point, at a fashionable din- 
ner-party in New York, as "a dear little world of its own, hedged in by a 
wild sweet-briery fence. " But August is not the season of bloom for wild 
roses, and it is not likely that Miss Mansfield noticed at that moment, this 
beautiful feature of her new home. 

The first houses which came in view as they climbed the hill were two 
cottages standing pretty nearly where the eastern wall of the Laboratory now 
stands; the one occupied by Chaplain Empie, and subsequently by Major 
Burton, father of the late General Henry S. Burton, and the other by Mrs. 
Thompson and her daughters. A few steps from the base of Monument 
Hill, on the north, just without the present west wall of the Laboratory, was 



REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 19 

a frame building known as Major Burton's store. It represented pretty 
much all the commissary department then at West Point. 

Passing this building, they saw on their left, at the eastern base of what 
was so long known as Monument Hill, a small dwelling occupied by a sol- 
dier named Blane, who before the establishment of a regular tailor at West 
Point, was employed to make the needed repairs of the cadets' clothes. In 

18 14 the hill was a natural green mound, with nothing standing upon it. 
Subsequently the flag-staff was placed there, and stood on the hill as late as 
1820. The date of its removal Miss Cox does not remember, but thinks 
that it was probably at the time when Wood's monument, which had pre- 
viously stood on the plain, in front of the old Academy of 18 15, was trans- 
ferred to this spot. When I asked Miss Cox whether she supposed there 
was any reason for believing Monument Hill to be an artificial mound, she 
rejected the idea at once, not only on the ground of no such tradition hav- 
ing existed in her day, but also because there was at that time neither men 
nor money save what barely sufficed for the needful work of the Post.* A 
great deal of the labor now performed by horses and mules had to be done 
by men, and Miss Cox relates that, during the Revolution, her uncle, Bev- 
erly Garrison, had often seen men engaged in rolling barrels of pork from 
the North Dock up into Fort Putnam. 

At some little distance northwest from Monument Hill, and a little west 
of the site of the post-office, stood Garrison's old store-house of the Revo- 
lution which had been, as before mentioned, converted into an artillery 
barracks for the Bombadiers. 

Miss Cox's father, who was an engineer soldier, came to West Point in 
181 1, and occupied a portion of these quarters. In 18 14 he was ordered 
to the Niagara frontier, and died in that same year, at Buffalo, just after the 
sortie from Fort Erie in which fell the brave Colonel Wood. His widow 
was allowed to remain in the quarters and lived there until after her second 
marriage to Mr. English, then the government tailor. Towards the close of 

18 15 this building being required for soldiers' quarters, Mr. English was ad- 
vised by Captain Alden Partridge, then in command at West Point, to build 
for himself on the government land. The site selected was that on which 
Mr. Erwin's house now stands. Mr. English bought the lumber for his 
new dwelling, and built it entirely at his own expense. Subsequently Cap- 
tain Partridge was called quite severely to account for having permitted 

*Mr. William Morrison who was born in 1804, and lived in the neighborhood for many years, is confi- 
dent that the hill was a natural formation. 



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2o REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 

a civilian to build on government property, but was exonerated on 
the ground that Mr. English was then in government employ, and, more- 
over, had not spent a dollar of public money in the erection of his house. 
When in 1844 Mr. English removed to the Falls he was allowed to take his 
building with him, and it still stands there near the banks of the Eagle Valley 
stream, one of the best built, and best preserved old houses in the village of 
Highland Falls. But to return from this digression to the year 18 14 and 
the Mansfietd party. The first view in landing at the north dock presented 
rather a wild and forbidding aspect to the children, hitherto accustomed to 
a much more level country, and the toilsome ascent of that north dock hill 
in a mid-day August sun was very disheartening. 

When, however, they reached the summit, and saw the plain, albeit then 
diversified with hollows, and by no means of the same beauty and extent as 
now, they were much delighted and quite forgot the fatigues of the climb. 

The house which Colonel Mansfield was to occupy, must have been the 
first which appeared in sight. It was a large, yellow, frame dwelling, standing 
on an elevation a very little to the southwest of the present No. 33. It has 
been mentioned before as one of those built prior to the Revolution, and oc- 
cupied by Colonel Mansfield when he was here in 1802. The house was a 
double one divided by a hall. It faced the east, had dormer windows, and 
six chimneys. It was entered by the front door from the east, and on the 
right hand side lived the surgeon, Dr. Walsh, while the Mansfields occupied 
the left or south portion of the house. Subsequently my father and mother 
shared these quarters with Dr. and Mrs. Walsh, and here, our eldest sister 
Georgiana Walsh was born. 

The Walshes had open wood fires, bright brass andirons, and a green 
striped Venetian carpet, the last not so common in those days as to escape 
the observation of the little girl. 

We will begin our survey of the Point as it appeared in 18 14-15 from 
this locality. 

A ledge of rock stretched between the house just described and "the 
Academy," which stood very nearly on the site of the Superintendent's 
present quarters. It was a wooden building used both for recitations and 
chapel, Mr. Empie officiated here in 1815. At one time Mrs. Kinsley 
lived there and boarded a few cadets, probably during a portion of Mr. Z. 
D. Kinsley's cadet-days. In 1816 a dancing school was held in this build- 
ing. The teacher was Pierre Thomas, the first sword or fencing master at 
the Academy. He was a Frenchman, notwithstanding his very English 



REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 21 

surname. The first waltz which Miss Mansfield ever saw was danced by 
this gentleman and Madame Croze t in the dancing room of the old 
Academy. 

Next to the Academy stood a small yellow house, known as Captain 
Partridge's "salt box," on the north edge of a hollow in what is now the 
croquet ground of the Superintendent's quarters. In the centre of the hol- 
low was a small grassy mound upon which Colonel Thayer planted a fine 
horse-chestnut tree. The hollow remained until about 1870 or 1872 when it 
was filled up. West of it stretched quite a large sheet of water, or pond, 
which, however, disappeared (probably drained and filled up) long before 
the hollow. This pond furnished the ice-supply for the Post at one period, 
though, probably, a brief one, in those primitive days. 

On the plain, in front of the Academy, existed another smaller hollow 
which, in 18 14, was filled with bushes of the May-rose, according to Profes- 
sor Ellicott, the native wild rose of this region. 

In 18 1 4 the small dwelling known as Captain Partridge's "salt box" 
was occupied by that officer, who was then acting as Commandant of the 
Military Academy, and keeping bachelor's hall there had two or three cadets 
living with him. 

Not far south of these quarters stood what was undoubtedly the oldest 
house on the Point, known to modern West Point people as the Thompson 
house, but to an earlier generation as Colonel Snowden's quarters, that gen- 
tleman having, I believe, succeeded Major Fleming in his quarters as well 
as in his office of Military Storekeeper. In 18 14 the Snowden house existed 
intact, having both wings, and was occupied by Mr. Isaac Partridge, an 
uncle of Captain Partridge, as a mess hall. Mrs. Partridge, maternal grand- 
mother of General Burton, wrote, on one occasion, a poem, dedicated to 
the cadets when they departed for the winter, and again when they returned 
in the spring. For in those days, in the year 1814-15, at least, the cadets 
had their furlough in the winter, going off on the tenth of December and 
getting back about the first of April. 

South of the Snowden house, near the site of No. 7, stood a yellow 
frame house, occupied in 18 14 by Professor Ellicott, then the Professor of 
Mathematics. Professor Ellicott served at the Military Academy until his 
death in 1820, and was the first professor whose remains repose in our cem- 
etery. He was the grandfather of Colonel Henry Douglas. 

A small house, standing a little to the northwest of Professor Ellicott's, 



22 REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 

was occupied for several years by a barber named Spencer, and I remember 
attending an infant school held in it when I was a child. 

Next came the yellow (they seem to have known no other color in those 
days) frame house before alluded to as occupied by Major Jonathan Wil- 
liams during his administration as Superintendent. Next to the Thompson 
house, this was the oldest dwelling on the Post, having been built, probably, 
about the middle of the preceding century. At a little distance from it, 
nearly on the site of the present Cadet Commissary building, lay an old 
burying ground. 

When Miss Mansfield came to West Point in 1814 this house was oc- 
cupied by Mr. Masson, the teacher of French at the Military Academy from 
1808 till 18 1 5. Mr. Masson had a West Indian wife, and a large family of 
children. Mme. Masson, utterly unused to northern house-keeping, had a 
hard time of it at West Point. Her affairs were always in confusion, and it 
was a happy day for her, poor lady, when, by rare good fortune, they recov- 
ered their property lost during the San Domingo troubles, and returned to 
the West Indies. This old house was occupied successively by Mr. and 
Mrs. Partridge; the Burtons; by General Swift during the winter of 1816-17; 
then in 1818 by the chaplain, Mr. Picton. In 1823 or '24, Major Leslie, a 
brother of Sir Charles Leslie, the eminent artist, lived there, and his sister, 
Miss Eliza Leslie, author of a cookery and house book, very celebrated in 
its day, was a member of his family. The Leslies were the first to use 
Lehigh coal, the fuel previously burned at West Point being wood. I well 
remember the large kitchen fire-place with its cranes, the shining Dutch 
oven and baking pots. The old yellow house had disappeared before the 
year 1839. Mrs. Davies' last recollection of a visit there was on that bitter 
night in December, 1835, when the great fire in New York City occurred. 
She had gone with the Misses Thompson on that evening to a little sewing 
circle which was to have met there, but the house, notwithstanding its shel- 
tered position, was so exceedingly cold that the ladies were obliged to dis- 
perse immediately after assembling. 

Between this and the old North house, in the space now occupied by 
the cadet barracks, academy, chapel, etc., there were no buildings. The 
boundary wall which began just beyond the present No. 41, ran along the 
base of the hills back of the present gardens of the professors and officers 
and the southwest yellow cottage ; then turning east it was carried through 
waste land, partly hollows, partly fields, interspersed with frequent graves, 



REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 23 

as was also the plain near the site of the present encampment, until it 
reached the bank of the river about where the library now stands. 

Among the graves scattered over this portion of the plain, was one 
which has a peculiar interest from the circumstance that General Washing- 
ton accompanied the little funeral procession which bore the remains of the 
young soldier who was there interred. Under date of November 10th, 1782, 
Dr. Thacher in his Military Journal, mentions the death of Ensign Trant, a 
young Irish gentleman who had come over in 1780, and warmly espoused 
the American cause. He received an appointment in the regiment to 
which Dr. Thacher was attached, and by his military ability and engaging 
social qualities endeared himself to all with whom he came in contact. 
After a long and very painful illness, borne with the utmost fortitude and 
resignation, he died in the autumn of 1782, at the early age of twenty 
years.* "His remains," the doctor notes, "were decently interred in the 
garrison at West Point, and were followed to the grave by His Excellency 
General Washington, and a very respectable procession. " 

A little south of the present Library, between it and the Executive Build- 
ing, stood the old house known as North or Gridley's Tavern. It had ex- 
isted from Revolutionary times. Mr. North lived there in 18 14. He mar- 
ried the widow Denton, the grandmother of Mr. John Denton. After 
North's death the property was sold to a man of the name of Gridley who 
also kept a tavern there. Gridley had lived at West Point in 1803; he 
afterwards removed to Ramapo, but returned in 1816, purchased the North 
property, and enlarged the house. In 1824 the Government bought the 
Gridley farm for ten thousand dollars. 

In this house I attended my first school. It was kept by Mrs. Wheal- 
don, an English lady, whose daughter, Miss Susan, assisted her in teaching. 
Miss Whealdon married Professor Charles Hackley of Columbia College. 
Among my schoolmates were Miss Mary O'Maher, afterwards Mrs. Gill- 
more; the elder daughters of General Scott, and Miss Maria Wheaton. 
About the year 1840, the main portion of the old North house, which, after 
its purchase, had been used successively for a hospital, a school, and officers' 
quarters, was removed to its present location south of the new cadet hos- 
pital, where it still stands, being occupied by Mr. William Ward. 

From North's house, or rather from the termination of the boundary 
wall just north of it, round to the site of the present West Point Hotel, 



*The inscription on the head-stone of Ensign Dominick Trant, which may still be seen in the ceme- 
tery, gives his age as eighteen 3 r ears, at the time of his death. 



24 REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 

there were various points of interest. The partly natural, partly artificial 
grotto, known as Kosciuszko's garden, lay about midway between the brow 
of the hill and the river, and just above it stood a little cottage at one time 
occupied by Wyllis, the first band-master, whose Kent bugle delighted all 
who heard it. Old people say that no music has ever seemed half so rav- 
ishing to their ears, as the strains from this exquisite instrument when 
played by the master's hand, especially amid the stillness and beauty of a 
moonlight night in summer. 

On the edge of the plain loomed up a huge rock, and near it stood a 
small octagonal brick building known in my younger days as Castle Harris, 
being the quarters of an instructor in tactics of that name. In after years 
this officer resigned from the army, and entered the ministry of the Episco- 
pal Church. He was exceedingly strict as a tactical officer with the cadets, 
and I have been told by his brother-clergyman that the late excellent and 
much-esteemed Reverend N. Sayre Harris was considerably of a martinet 
in the church. 

In the record of the Association of the Graduates just published, (June, 
1886), a touching incident is related of the closing hours of this good man, 
showing how when memory and affection reverted to his military career, 
and that amid the decay of the mental faculties the instincts of the soldier 
alone remained strong and constant to the last. 

Some distance beyond the rock, and north of the present encampment 
ground, lay the ruined earth-works of old Fort Clinton, the road running 
through the Fort, instead of around it as at present. Before the treason of 
Arnold, this work was called "Fort Arnold," but from that date, says the 
biographer of Colonel John Lamb, "every memento of the traitor's name 
was expunged from the garrison which he had so basely undertaken to be- 
tray, and ' Fort Arnold,' the original appellation of the first fortifications 
erected at West Point, is unknown in history, and only to be found in the 
military correspondence and garrison orders of that day. " In these old 
earth-works was built the Black Hole, a place of incarceration for refractory 
soldiers. 

Northwest of Fort Clinton, well around the Point, between the site of 
the present hotel and Trophy Point, stood the old Long Barracks. It was 
a two-storied, picturesque, building of wood, having steps ascending from 
the outside. It faced the south, and had a piazza to each story. It had 
been built during the Revolution, and when the Military Academy was 
started at West Point, (one can hardly use the word organized in connection 



REMINISCENCES OE WEST POINT. 25 

with so small a beginning), the upper story of the old Long Barracks was 
appropriated to the use of a few cadets who composed the corps at that 
time, and the lower story was occupied by the small detachment of artillery 
soldiers. 

When the South Barracks was finished, in 1815, the cadets moved into 
it and the Long Barracks was given up entirely to the " Bombadiers, " as 
this detachment was called. On the night after Christmas, in 1825, this old 
revolutionary structure was destroyed by fire. 

At the Long Barracks terminated the only artificially constructed path- 
way which West Point possessed. It was a brick-laid walk extending diag- 
onally across the plain from the old Snowden house to the above mentioned 
barracks. As tradition relates that one wing of this old mansion had been 
used by General Washington as temporary headquarters, perhaps this walk 
may have been laid out for the Commanding General's convenience. 

Turning now to our starting point, the double, yellow house, standing a 
little west of No. 33, Colonel Mansfield's quarters in 18 15, we find between 
it and No. 41, only a stretch of wild, rocky, open ground, with undulating 
surface, and having a few scrubby pear and apple trees scattered here and 
there upon it. The old barracks of 1802 had disappeared. In what must 
have been the barrack-yard there still existed a very fine spring of water for 
many years; in fact I remember it as late as 1848. 

West of the site of No. 41, and from about the same point as now, 
started the old road to Buttermilk Falls. It ran southward over the hill 
through which the deep cut is now made for its passage, and a little to the 
east of the present road, until reaching Mr. Kinsley's line, when it turned 
considerably to the west, running through Mr. Kinsley's fields and woods 
and the Drew place, and coming out into the Eagle Valley road about where 
the upper bridge now stands. 

The name of Eagle Valley was given to this romantic and beautiful 
pass by Mr. Gimbrede, one of the first teachers of drawing at the Academy, 
who purchasing property there gave it the name of his birth-place in France. 
He attempted the cultivation of grapes on the rocky slopes of the little 
valley, but either from lack of means to carry them on, or from the inadapt- 
ability of the soil for grape culture, his experiments were soon abandoned. 

When Colonel Mansfield came to West Point in 18 14, they were build- 
ing the old Mess Hall, and had the walls of the South Barracks nearly com- 
pleted, but none of the other public buildings nor any of the brick and stone 
quarters had been even begun. The following is, as nearly as Mrs. Davies 



26 REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 

can recollect, the order in which these stand as regards the date of their 
erection : 

The first quarters finished were Nos. 3 and 7. The former was occu- 
pied by Captain Crozet, Professor of Engineering, who came to West Point 
in October, 18 16, and took possession of his new quarters in March, 181 7. 
Captain Claude Crozet was a graduate of the Polytechnique School in 
Paris, and an artillery officer in the army of Napoleon. After the fall of 
the Empire he emigrated to this country, and was appointed in the service 
of the United States, first as Assistant Professor, and a few months later full 
Professor of Engineering at the Military Academy. He was an able in- 
structor of military science and has been called the father of Descriptive 
Geometry in America. 

Nos. 15 and 17, long known as the "Philosophical House, " because 
built for Colonel Mansfield, the first Professor of Natural Philosophy at the 
Academy, was finished in 18 16 or early in 181 7. Colonel Mansfield moved 
into it in September of the last named year. The Superintendent's, Profes- 
sor Bass', and the Commandant of Cadets', (Nos. 21, 23 and 25), were all 
built about the same time, probably in the years 18 19 and 1820. 

Of the stone houses beyond the north corner of the Post, Nos. 39 and 
41 were the first erected. Professor Gimbrede, who came in 18 19, and at 
first quartered in the small Spencer house, was living at No. 41, in 1822. I 
infer therefore that these quarters, and No. 39, in which I was born two 
years later, must have been built about the year 1820 or 182 1. 

The next quarters finished and occupied, all of them by the summer of 
1829, were the present Nos. 35 and 37 and Nos. 31 and ^^. The material 
for these houses was procured from the rocky ledge, eight or ten feet high, 
which covered the site where now stands Nos. 27 and 29. 

The first chaplain who occupied No. 31 was the Reverend Thomas 
Warner, who came to West Point on the first of January, 1828. He was 
exceedingly fond of flowers, and his spacious garden was the marvel and ad- 
miration of all who saw it. As well it might be, for it cost almost incredible 
pains, labor, and skill, together with infinite patience to convert that ledge of 
rock, — a continuation of the same which to-day stretches down from the 
brow of the hill opposite No. 31 to the river, — into parterres of roses and 
choicest flowers. 

Mr. Warner's predecessor, the Reverend C. P. Mcllvaine, afterwards 
the Bishop of Ohio, was one of the dwellers in No. 3, and the Reverend 
Thomas Picton, who preceded him, lived in the present No. 21. The first 



REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 27 

chaplain, the Reverend Adam Empie, from 1813 till 181 7, lived as we have 
noted in one of the cottages on the site of the Ordnance Laboratory. 
Church service was first held in the old wooden Academy, on the site of the 
Superintendent's present quarters. It was afterwards transferred to the 
Mess Hall, and subsequently to a room in the Academy of 1815, which was 
used as a chapel until the present one was built. When my father came to 
West Point, in 18 15, evening prayer was said by the chaplain on the plain 
after parade, and just before the battalion was dismissed. 

The public buildings which had been already begun when Mrs. Davies 
came to West Point, or which were erected within the next four years, were 
the Academy, the Mess Hall, the South Barracks, and the North Barracks. 
The Academy completed in 18 15 was a two-story building of stone. On 
the ground floor in the center of the building was the chapel, and 'the library 
was in the room above it. West of the chapel was the chemical laboratory 
with the philosophical room above. Adjoining the chapel on the east was 
the engineering department with the Adjutant's office in the room over it. 
The destruction of this building by fire on the night of February 19th, 1838, 
was one of the most disastrous events that has ever occurred in the annals 
of West Point. All the archives, all the records, every paper pertaining to 
the previous history of the Military Academy were destroyed. From the 
foundation of the institution in 1802 until 1838, a period of thirty-six years, 
we have nothing to go upon, more certain or authentic than the memories 
of the few, now surviving, who knew West Point in those days. 

The Mess Hall, also completed in 1815, was first occupied by my 
grandfather, Mr. Robert Nichols, who was induced to come to West Point 
and take charge of it by his friend, General Swift, whom he had long known 
in Brooklyn. Singularly enough one of the chief inducements which Gen- 
eral Swift held out to my grandfather, was the extreme healthfulness of West 
Point. "Nobody ever died there," was his remark to Mr. Nichols, when 
urging upon him the advantages of a residence, here. And yet, in less than 
two years from his coming to West Point, my grandfather was laid in his 
grave. 

A very worthy gentleman from Connecticut, of the name of Phelps, 
succeeded Mr. Nichols. The year previous to his taking charge had been 
one of great scarcity. Mr. Phelps had taken the contract at a very low 
figure, and being obliged to give sixteen dollars a barrel for the best Rich- 
mond flour, and other articles of food being proportionably dear, he became 



28 REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 

involved financially, and after making every effort to avoid such a misfor- 
tune, finally became bankrupt. 

Mr. Divin, the proprietor of a public house, or tavern, as they were 
called in those days, at Peekskill, then took the contract at a much higher 
rate, and kept it until 182 1, when Mr. William B. Cozzens underbid Mr. 
Divin, and, taking the Mess Hall, combined with it, as far as the accommo- 
dations of the building would allow, a hotel for visitors from abroad. 

Mr. George Ticknor, the celebrated historian, was a member of the 
Board of Visitors in 1826, and writing to his wife under date of June 5th, 
says: 

" It is better you did not come with me. There is no house but that of 
our old friend, Cozzens, where ten rooms are, indeed reserved for the Board 
of Visitors, and they are made as comfortable as they can be in such a place; 
but where the floors of the parlours, that are kept empty for them during 
the day, are literally covered with the beds of the strangers that crowd here 
at this moment. " Mr. Ticknor was himself the guest of Colonel Thayer, 
who was his early friend and college classmate, and he writes: "The quiet 
and comfort at -Thayer's forms a most luxurious contrast to what is going on 
at Cozzens' ; where, in fact, I think affairs would hardly go on at all if Coz- 
zens were not one of the best tempered and most obliging creatures in the 
world, and if his wife were not all efficiency and activity. " 

Prior to the year 1811-12 the cadets boarded about individually, or in 
squads wherever they could find accommodation. Miss Cox tells me that 
one such squad, which included General R. E. De Russy, and a cadet of 
the name of Williams, messed with an eccentric Irishman called Clog Ham- 
ilton, who lived in a shanty on the site of the old North Dock. As De Rus- 
sy was of French extraction, and Williams an English lad, the former was 
elected to "rule the roast" and the latter to "rule the boil." The efforts of 
these amateur "chefs" however were not so successful as to "leave nothing 
to be desired," and the corps was well pleased when, in 181 1, Mr. Isaac 
Partridge established something like a regular mess for cadets located, as we 
have before noted, in the old Thompson house. 

Mrs. Thompson, the widow of a revolutionary officer, who was also 
captain of the corps of artillerists and engineers stationed at this Post, was 
allowed after her husband's death to board twelve of the cadets. She and 
her daughters lived to a good old age, and constituted for many years an 
interesting link between the old times and the new at West Point. 






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IV. 

Passing over a period of ten years from the date of Mrs. Davies' early 
reminiscences, we find the aspect of the Point somewhat changed, especially 
in certain localities. 

In the rear of the old Mess Hall, and on the site of the present Cadet 
Barracks, lay a cadet-garden, (a sort of supplement to the larger one at Ger- 
man Flats), barns and outbuildings, the bakery, and the sutler's store and 
residence. The latter was an L-shaped building, and the large and beautiful 
elm now in front of the sally-port stood not three feet away from the door- 
step. 

After the purchase of the Gridley property, and before the erection of 
the Library building, there stood on its site gun sheds and a laboratory. 
These structures stood parallel to each other about one hundred feet apart 
and facing north and south. The gun shed consisted of brick pillars, per- 
haps twenty or thirty in number on either side and about twenty feet apart. 
Between these pillars were folding-doors, which could be thrown open to 
allow the gun-caijiages to be drawn out and returned to the shed. 

The Laboratory likewise consisted of two parallel rows of brick pillars, 
having alternate doors and windows between them. The building was par- 
titioned into small rooms, used for the manufacture of pyrotechnics; for the 
instruction of cadets, and other purposes, similar to those for which the 
present Ordnance Laboratory is employed. When the present Library was 
built, the above-mentioned structures were carefully removed, stored for 
awhile at Fort Clinton, and subsequently the wooden portions taken down 
and re-erected in what is now the basement of the Soldiers' Chapel, and in 
the old Artillery Barracks. The removal took place about the time that the 
erection of a new Cadet Barracks was contemplated. I am told that a 
Board being then strongly disposed to recommend the area within Fort 
Clinton as a site for the new barracks, the material of the gun sheds, etc., 
was stored there to be used in the construction of work-sheds for the con- 
venience of the laborers engaged on the new building. 

In 1828 a monument to the Polish hero, General Thaddeus Kosciuszko, 
was erected at the northeast angle of Fort Clinton, overlooking the river. 
The monument had been designed by Mr. J. H. Latrobe, a talented and 
distinguished member of the class of 1822. Each cadet contributed twenty- 
five cents from his monthly pay towards the erection, and the small surplus 



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which remained from the fund was appropriated to the marble basin in the 
grotto known as Kosciuszko's garden. 

The interchange of the literatures of England and America was not as 
frequent in those days as now, and "The Pleasures of Hope," written in 
1799, was. probably not very widely known on this side of the ocean in 
1820. If the poem had been then as familiar and popular as it afterwards 
became, Campbell's verse 

" Hope for a season bade the world farewell, 
And Freedom shrieked when Kosciuszko fell," 

might have suggested a fitting inscription for the monument. The memory 
of Kosciuszko was held in high honour at West Point in the early part of 
the century. The elders of that generation were not so very far removed 
from the times of the Revolution as to have forgotten the special services 
which this able Pole had rendered in the construction of the fortifications at 
this place. They had heard the story of his coming upon the scene, when 
the Frenchman Radiere, although a distinguished engineer, had failed, 
through his impatience of obstacles, and his irascible and unconciliating dis- 
position, to accomplish any effective result, and of the har^py change when 
Kosciuszko's excellent temper, as well as consummate skill was brought to 
bear upon the work and the workmen. Sparks, in his Life of Washington, 
states that Radiere's successor arrived at the Post about the end of March, 
1782, and "from that time," he continues, "the works were pressed forward 
with spirit. To the scientific skill and sedulous application of Kosciuszko, 
the public was largely indebted for the construction of the military defences 
at West Point. " 

The year following the erection of Kosciuszko's monument, in 1829, 
the West Point Hotel was built, a fund for the purpose having been ob- 
tained by the sale of wood, principally hoop poles, cut from the public 
lands. 

Turning now to the south end of the Post, the road, which was little 
more than a pathway, ran in front of Gridley's tavern, on through what is 
now the site of the old Cadet Hospital (Nos. 12, 14, 16 and 18) and back 
of Nos. 22, 24 and 26, etc., and so on over the hill near Mr. Kinsley's resi- 
dence. South of the present Academy and running westward was a green 
lane, at the end of which stood a small one story attic cottage with green 
blinds and doors, presenting a very picturesque appearance. This cottage 
was subsequently removed to the ledge of rocks above, and enlarged into a 



REMINISCENCES OE WEST POINT. 31 

very comfortable set of quarters. At the base of the rocks stood the public 
barns. Further down on the site of No. 24 was a farm-house; beyond ex- 
tended thick woodland through which a rough foot-path led to the old mill 
at Buttermilk Falls. 

On a pretty plateau on the bank of the river about half way between 
the present south gate and the village of Highland Falls was the residence 
of Mrs. Kinsley, the grandmother of Mr. E. V. Kinsley. It was a fine old 
mansion ; many a pleasant memory and association is connected with the 
house and the family in the minds of cadets and officers living here some 
fifty years ago. 

At the northern extremity of the Post some additions and improve- 
ments had been made during these years. A white picket fence had been 
put up, and a convenient sidewalk laid out from the point where stood the 
old north gate (just beyond No. 45) around to No. 5. Facing the side- 
walk at the north end of it, stood a small wooden cottage which might have 
been called "The Generals," having, in later years, been occupied in suc- 
cession by so many officers who subsequently attained that rank. But when 
first erected it was not used for officer's quarters. 

It was built by Colonel Thayer for an ex-soldier named Lane, who was 
employed at West Point as a sutler to sell certain grocery supplies to the 
enlisted men and other employees about the Academy. Lane was also re- 
quired to act as a kind of outpost towards the north gate, which stood then 
just beyond his cottage and marked cadet limits in that .direction. These 
Lane was to see that no cadet transgressed. When I recall the easy good 
nature of this man and his family, I cannot but doubt his efficiency in the 
last mentioned requirement, and question much if any cadet ever found it 
difficult to elude the vigilance of such a sentinel. 

The first officer I remember as living in this cottage was Lieutenant 
Mather, who was an assistant in Chemistry between the years 1829 and 1835. 
Then, if my memory serves me rightly, Generals C. F. Smith and Robert 
Anderson occupied the cottage together between 1835 and 1837. General 
Sidney Burbank lived there, I think, in 1839, an< ^ General Vogdes in 1841-2. 
Subsequently General H. G. Wright and General Rosecrans, and, for a 
short time General Terrell had these quarters. The last officer who lived in 
them, I believe, was General Howard. They were finally assigned to the 
sword-master, who occupied them until the cottage was removed, in 1874, 
to make room for the spacious set of quarters at Nos. 43 and 45. The 
beautiful elm tree, just within the iron railing of the court-yard of No. 45, 



32 REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 

stood at the threshold of the south door of the little cottage, and was so 
large even in 1842, that its wide-spreading branches nearly overshadowed it. 

Another fine elm among the many which beautify the Post, is interest- 
ing because of the incident connected with its planting. One day in April, 
in the year 1833, an old man of the name of Cronk presented himself, with 
an elm-tree sapling in his hands at Colonel Thayer's office. He belonged 
to a family who were very ancient settlers in these mountains and chiefly 
engaged in farming and in supplying wood to the Government at West 
Point. Notwithstanding Colonel Thayer's stately dignity of carriage, he 
was, in truth, the very soul of courtesy, and this won for him the respect 
and confidence of men of every degree and station with whom he came in 
contact. The old man was received by Colonel Thayer with his wonted 
politeness, and after expressing his regret that the superintendent was about 
to resign the charge of the Military Academy, he added: "You are about 
to leave us; I am an aged man and must soon quit these scenes forever, 
and I have come, now, to ask you to allow me to plant this tree at West 
Point ; that it may live and flourish long after we have gone as a memento 
of us both. " Colonel Thayer responded to his request, with, I suspect, a 
degree of warmth added to the usual courtesy of his manners. The spot 
selected for the planting of the sapling elm was much frequented in those 
days, for it was one passed and repassed in going to and from the boat- 
landing at the North Dock. Colonel Thayer offered to send soldiers to dig 
the earth, but the old man declined, saying that he wished to plant the tree 
entirely with his own hands. It stands to-day in all the glory and beauty of 
its growth of half a century in the little triangular park in front of the post- 
office cottage. 

To return now to our general view of West Point at this period, we find 
that there had been changes in various portions of the Post since 181 5. 
Somewhere about the year 1825, probably, one of the wings of the Thomp- 
son house was removed, and planted about thirty feet northwest of the 
present location (No. 9) and occupied as a school house. There it stood 
during my school days, and in fact until space was required for the erection 
of the present quarters, (Nos. 11 and 13), when it was shifted some thirty 
feet to the south and east. It was to this building that in about the year 
1 833-34 Mrs. Whealdon removed her little school from the old North house, 
and the most vivid recollections of my childhood centre within its walls. 
The eleventh of February never comes round without my recalling the very 
bench whereon I sat in the year 1835, working in the date which marked 



REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 33 

the completion of my sampler. That old-fashioned sampler which wound 
up with a sentence, wrought in such small letters, and consequently taking 
so much time and pains in the execution, that the words have remained im- 
pressed upon my memory for more than half a century. It ran thus : 
"Nothing can atone for the want of modesty; without which beauty is un- 
graceful, and wit detestable. " 

Among my school-fellows of these early days, besides those already 
mentioned as fellow-pupils in the school which began in the North house, 
were Mr. Edward V. Kinsley; the Messrs. John, Silvanus and Theodore 
Cozzens; their sister Mary Jane, afterwards Mrs. Stockton; the daughters 
of General Worth — Mary, who married General Sprague, and Maggie; and 
the elder children of General De Russy — John, Clara and Emily. 

Among the interesting associations connected with the old school house 
is the memory of a very gifted and charming woman, Mrs. Maria Gowan 
Brooks, known in the world of letters as Maria del Occidente, who lived 
there for a short time between the years 1836 and 1839. Her son, after- 
wards Colonel Horace Brooks, was then a lieutenant, stationed at West 
Point, and had his quarters in the second story of the old school house. 
The front door opened upon a small square passage, and narrow flight of 
stairs leading directly to the rooms above, while a door to the right opened 
into the school room. In these humble quarters dwelt for a time this beau- 
tiful and accomplished lady whom Southey declared "the most impassioned 
and most imaginative of poetesses," and of whose poetic masterpiece 
"Zophiel, " Charles Lamb exclaimed, as he rose from its perusal, "Southey 
says it is by some Yankee woman, as if there had ever been a woman 
capable of anything so great. " 

Maria Gowan was born at Medford, in Massachusetts. When little 
more than a child she was married to a wealthy Boston merchant "of at 
least thrice her own age, and as little suited to her in other respects as in 
years. " After her husband's death in 1823 she went to reside with a brother 
in Cuba. This maiden of Welch descent, and Massachusetts birth, must 
have had something essentially tropical in her nature, for in the West Indies 
she rapidly developed into a true child of the south, not only in the char- 
acteristics of her genius, but in respect to her tastes, her modes of living, 
her manners, and her dress. The Passion Vine was her favorite flower, and 
when in Cuba, it was the only ornament worn in her hair. She always 
dressed in white, even to white silk stockings and slippers. Her white 
raiment, the soft draperies of Spanish lace falling around a very beautiful 



34 REMINISCENCES OE WEST POINT. 

form, the transparent sleeves through which were seen her finely rounded 
arms, the simple cross worn upon her breast, which, as I remember, was her 
only ornament, all combined to fascinate my childish imagination, and I 
share the feeling of her niece, Mrs. Parker, who writes, "to my girlish vision 
she always appeared a being of the most romantic loveliness and grace. " I 
especially liked to go with her to church, at which she was a very constant 
attendant, and where her earnest and devout behavior during the service 
always impressed me. 

In the spring of 1831, Mrs. Brooks visited Robert Southey in his home 
at Keswick, and it was under his patronage and through his warm interest 
that her poem of Zophiel was first published entire. Colonel Brooks speak- 
ing of this, visit to England, says : " She was there introduced to LaFayette 
who was so pleased with her that he urged to know if he could be of any 
service to her. 'Yes,' said she, 'you can get my son into West Point.' 
Upon this LaFayette wrote to Bernard, our then Chief Engineer, and the 
appointment of a cadet came to me. " 

Very little is known of the personal history of Mrs. Brooks. Her son 
writing in 1872 to one who was very desirous to learn fuller particulars and 
incidents of her life than had been given to the world, says: "I have no 
papers of my mother's near me, nor can I at present get at them. * * * 
When I was in Cuba in 1846, the little dilapidated temple (built to gratify 
my mother by her brother) on the San Patricio coffee estate, in which most 
of Zophiel was written, was still standing, also a monument — a granite base 
surmounted by a marble cross — at Limonal, not far from Matanzas, erected 
by me, at mother's request, over my two brothers. There is her resting- 
place by their side. I cut her name upon the marble with my own hand, to 
correspond with the inscription which mother placed over her sons. " 

And later, Colonel Brooks writes to this same correspondent: "The 
little temple was built in 1825. * * * It stood at the end of a beautiful 
avenue, four rows deep of palms, interspersed with orange trees and many 
other tropical plants. It was a charming spot and illustrates mother's ad- 
miration of the picturesque. Whatever charm there may be in Zophiel, and 
whatever talent it may portray, much undoubtedly is due to the surround- 
ings of the miniature temple where the poem was imagined and its verse 
constructed by a nature as passionate as the name of the flower would indi- 
cate which she always wore in her hair, the only simple adornment of natur- 
ally thick and beautiful tresses. " 

It was in this pretty Grecian temple at Cafetal Hermita, which, with 



REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 35 

the exception of her visit to England and her brief residence at West Point, 
had been her home for twenty years, that the spirit of this gifted poetess 
and lovely woman passed away, about the year 1845.* 



V. 



CAMPTOWN. 



It is a little singular that this portion of the Post should have derived 
its name from the poorest, and, in some respects, perhaps, the most 
"no-account" person who ever lived in it. Having heard much of Camp's 
house and Camptown, in my childhood, I had always supposed that the pro- 
prietor was a man of substance who had, in those easy-going times, been 
permitted to purchase property of the Government, and had built his house 
thereon. 

I was, therefore, greatly surprised and amused when I heard the true 
story of Camp, which is as follows : 

A poor but worthy Bermudan girl, who had been brought up by a New 
York lady residing in the West Indies and who subsequently accompanied 
this lady to the States, had become acquainted with Mrs. Cox when the 
latter was living in New York, before her removal to West Point. This girl 
married, and shortly after became a widow. Finally by that mysterious in- 
fluence which so often leads a bright and clever woman to link her fate with 
that of a "ne'er do weel, " she married William Camp. He was exceedingly 
poor, and whether because of his wife's acquaintance with Mrs. Cox, or 
from some other unexplained leading, he came to West Point in search of 
employment. 

Mr. English, who had then married the widow Cox, gave them shelter 
for a time, and afterwards persuaded the then sword-master, Mr. Thomas, to 
let them have an old barn which he possessed, and for which he had no use. 
Camp and his family moved into it and proceeded to make it in a measure 
habitable. When Mrs. Davies saw it in 18 15 she describes it as little better 
than a hut, and a very smoky hut at that. Subsequently however it was re- 
paired and put into good condition, and the Camp family lived there until 



*See Harper's Magazine, vol. 58, pp. 249-253, for statements not furnished by my own reminiscences. 



36 REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 

1829. This dwelling which stood nearly opposite the present Soldier's Hos- 
pital, beginning its existence as a barn, converted into a hut, and finally 
made into a tolerably good house, has given its possessor's name to that 
locality quite as securely as though the owner had been one of the proud 
ones of the earth, who, designedly, "call their lands after their own names." 

In those early days the site of Camptown was a green meadow in 
which cows were pastured; in some spots it was low and marshy. The 
first house which Miss Cox remembers as standing in this meadow in her 
childhood, (she came to West Point in 181 1 when about three years old) 
was one occupied by a Dr. Watson, the first physician on the Post, and by 
Dr. Perkins who succeeded him. Afterwards this house was assigned to 
Pierre Thomas, the sword-master, whose barn as we have seen, became the 
nucleus of the settlement now called Camptown. 

In 1820 Mrs. Morrison who, after her husband's death had come up 
from Buttermilk Falls, and built a house on the North Dock, removed it to 
this locality where the family lived for many years. Her son, Stephen De- 
catur, was born at Highland Falls in the autumn of 18 12. On the night of 
his birth a sloop came up the river bearing the news of Commodore De- 
catur's victory over the British ship Macedonian near the island of Madeira, 
and the new-born son was named in honor of the great naval hero of the 
day and of the country. 

Below Mrs. Morrison's house, or rather beyond it, and higher up on the 
slope, stood the old powder magazine. Mr. Alexander Mearns, whose death 
occurred in 1885, at the advanced age of ninety-eight, brought the materials 
for the building of the magazine to West Point in 1807 or 1808. 

One day early in September of the former year, Mr. Mearns, then a 
young man, was on board of a sloop in Rondout- Creek, when a negro 
came, running from the mouth of the creek, in a state of great excitement, 
declaring that he had seen the devil coming up the river. The object which 
had so terrified his imagination was Fulton's steamboat, the "Claremont, " 
which on that day made its first trip up the Hudson. It may have been 
that Mr. Morrison was at that very time engaged in shipping the brick for 
the powder magazine at West Point. 

Beyond the magazine and nearer the river stood some windowless, 
barn-like buildings used as store-houses. These were five in number. Two 
small ones between what is now the Engineer Barracks and the Guard- 
house, and below these two larger ones, in one of which was kept the chain 



REMINISCENCES OE WEST POINT. 37 

(then complete) which had been stretched across the river to prevent the 
ascent of the British. 

Subsequently many of the links of this chain were taken away and dis- 
tributed to various places. Some were given to the headquarters at New- 
burgh, and all that now remain are the links which surround the big gun at 
Trophy Point. Other Revolutionary relics stored in these buildings were 
sold at auction in 18 14. 

At that time there were three or four old cannon lying on the shore of 
the river below Camptown, between the present hospital and the commis- 
sary building. These were some of the pieces that had been spiked by 
Arnold, when he was preparing for the surrender of West Point into the 
hands of the British. 

East of the store houses, between the old chestnut trees and the river, 
stood a yellow frame house used as a hospital. In 18 14 the hospital stew- 
ard and his wife, the matron, were a Mr. and Mrs. Burke, the grand-parents 
of Miss Mary O'Maher, afterwards Mrs. Quincy A. Gillmore; her father, 
Mr. Timothy O'Maher, for so many years the faithful and efficient clerk in 
the Treasurer's office, married a daughter of Hospital Steward Burke. The 
Burkes after leaving West Point lived for many years at Cold Spring. 

With the exception of the few houses above mentioned, Camptown was 
a smooth green, and beyond it where Logtown now stands was dense 
woodland. 

This last place takes its name from the fact that the quarters first built 
there for the soldiers were simply log-huts. They were, I believe, eight in 
number. The name is retained to the present day, although in 1839 frame 
buildings replaced the log dwellings, and since then these have been 
enlarged and increased in number, the street widened, and many other im- 
provements effected. 



VI. 

THE CEMETERY. 



When Captain Thompson, an old Revolutionary officer, died in 1809, he 
was buried in a little enclosure on the plain. Here too was interred a 
young son of Colonel Mansfield's, who died in 181 6. 



38 REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 

There was for many years at West Point no marked "city of the dead 
to remind one of generations past. " When Mr. E. D. Mansfield came here 
as a cadet in 1816, he writes: "On the mountain stood old Fort Put, and 
at its base lay the lonely graves of the Revolution, unknown to the present 
generation, but which I knew and found beneath the shade of the rocks and 
cedars. There the trees grew green o'er the homes of the dead who had 
fought with Washington and Wayne. Old Fort Putnam is the only witness 
of their burial. " 

Dr. Vangilder, a physician from New York, who visited West Point 
very early in the century, alludes to the graves in some very pretty stanzas 
which were suggested by the ruins of Fort Putnam, then, however, in a 
much more perfect state of preservation than now. 

" But where are the heroes whose home was once here; 
When the legions of tyranny ravaged our shore! 
Who here raised the standard of freedom so dear, 
And guarded their homes mid the battle's fierce roar. 

They sleep in yon vale their rude fortress below. 

Where darkly the shade of the cedar is spread, 
And shrill through the valley the mountain winds blow, 

Where lowly they lie in the sleep of the dead. 

The flowers of the forest have brightened that spot, 
The wild rose has scattered its bloom on the ground, 

"Where lowly they lie, now forgetting— forgot. 

Unbaked by the mountain storm thundering around." 

As years wore on, bringing with them the usual incidents of mortality, 
a little spot of earth was assigned for the burial of the dead. It lay a little 
to the southeast of the present No, 3. There was buried my grandfather 
Nichols who died in 181 7, and there also the children of General Knox. 

These remains together with those of Ensign Trant and others interred 
on the plain, and in various localities, were subsequently removed to the 
present Cemetery, which was laid out in 181 7 on the land known as the 
German Flats. This name was given to ,the spot because it had been the 
site of an encampment of German troops at one period during the war. 
These soldiers were not of the "hireling Hessian hordes" so detested by 
the patriots of the Revolution, for the latter fought, I believe, exclusively 
on the side of the British. 

They were probably a detachment of Pennsylvania Germans, or a 
handful of the "one hundred and fifty thousand German emigrants," who, 



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Lossing informs us, "were found in the American colonies at the breaking 
out of the Revolution, and most of whom took sides with the patriots." 

It is a singular and pleasing fact, that a wild flower, the Linaria, more 
commonly known as "Butter and Eggs" and "Snap Dragon," is the only 
trace which the hated Hessians have left behind them in this countrv. The 
seed of this plant was brought over in their forage, and first disseminated in 
the neighborhood of Philadelphia. Thence it followed the track of the 
Hessian troops through New Jersey to New York, and after the battle at 
Fort Montgomery in which they participated, the "Hessian weed," as it was 
and still is called by the country-people in that region, was found growing 
on the banks of the Hudson, and has now become one of the commonest 
of our field-flowers. 

But we have wandered far from the Cemetery. To return. — In 1817 
Miss Cox attended the first burial there, that of William Burton, the little 
son of Mr. Oliver Burton and grandson of Mr. Isaac Partridge. 

On New Year's day of 181 7 a young cadet, Vincent M. Lowe, was 
sitting on the piazza of the old Thompson house, with the late Professor 
Davies, chatting, and regaling themselves with a simple lunch of cider and 
cakes. It was then the custom to fire a salute at noon on New Year's day, 
and Mr. Lowe was on the detail for that duty. As the hour approached 
the two friends walked together along the sidewalk, and parted on the spot 
about where the present No. 25 now stands. A very few minutes later Mr. 
Davies heard the single discharge of a cannon. Hastening across the plain 
he found the body of his young friend lying dead upon the ground, killed 
by the premature discharge of the piece he was preparing to fire. 

As no suitable preparations for the interment could be made at West 
Point, Mr. Davies and a companion went to Newburgh to make the re- 
quired arrangements. Although the first day of January, the season was so 
exceedingly mild, that these young gentlemen rowed, without overcoats, in 
an open boat from West Point to Newburgh. In 18 18 the handsome mon- 
ument in the northeast corner of the cemetery was erected to the memory 
of Cadet Lowe. Panels were cut in relief on the circular column of the 
monument, and on these are inscribed the names of many of the cadets 
who since that date have died at West Point or elsewhere, before graduation. 

For many years the Cemetery was sadly neglected, and therefore, not- 
withstanding the beautiful location it was not an attractive spot. The 
entrance to it for many years lay through the cadet's garden, and the 
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the year 1839 or 1840 the pathway through the cadet's garden was aban- 
doned, and a good road constructed. Subsequently under General Dela- 
field, the fine stone wall and handsome iron gateway were added. 

It was not however until after the war, during the administration of 
General Pitcher as Superintendent, and the Quartermastership of Major 
McCrea, that attention was turned to the care of the graves, and the orna- 
menting of the grounds with shrubbery and flowers. Since this time it has 
continued to improve in beauty and attractiveness, until now, although 
there may be many grander there are few prettier cemeteries than this. 

And here in this lovely and secluded spot where lie entombed the hon- 
ored dead of every rank from Generals Scott, and Anderson, and Thayer, 
down to the humble grave of old Eentz, the Bugler, we bring to a close our 
reminiscences of West Point. 



Graduates are earnestly requested to point out any errors, and to supply deficien- 
cies in the following Register. Almost every Graduate can furnish the Secretary of the 
Association with at least a few of the lacking dates and facts, which, in after years, can- 
not be ascertained without very great labor, if at all. 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

CORRECTED TO SEPTEMBER 1, 1886. 



4 o REMINISCENCES OF WEST POINT. 

the year 1839 or !84o the pathway through the cadet's garden was aban- 
doned, and a good road constructed. Subsequently under General Dela- 
field, the fine stone wall and handsome iron gateway were added. 

It was not however until after the war, during the administration of 
General Pitcher as Superintendent, and the Quartermastership of Major 
McCrea, that attention was turned to the care of the graves, and the orna- 
menting of the grounds with shrubbery and flowers. Since this time it has 
continued to improve in beauty and attractiveness, until now, although 
there may be many grander there are few prettier cemeteries than this. 

And here in this lovely and secluded spot where lie entombed the hon- 
ored dead of every rank from Generals Scott, and Anderson, and Thayer, 
down to the humble grave of old Bentz, the Bugler, we bring to a close our 
reminiscences of West Point. 



ERRATA. 

874 Kobert Allen, should be Robert Allen. 

1245 Geo. P. Andrews, should read Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

1743 J. K. Mizner, should read Lieutenant- Colonel 8th Cavalry. 

1832 E. G. Bush, should read Lieutenant- Colonel 12th Infantry. 

2156 Ernst H. Kuffner, should read Ernest H. Ruffner. 

2241 David S. Dennison, should read David S. Denison. 

2246 George Kuhsen, should read George Buhlen. 

2596 Address is 71 Broadway. 

2791 Omit " and Adjutant."' 



Since the pages, on which appear the following names, were printed, 
changes have taken place in the rank of these graduates : 

660 Charles Whittlesey, Died, at Cleveland, O., October 18, 1886, aged 77. 

1318 J. G. N. Whistler, is now Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

1338 O. B. Willcox, is now Brigadier- General IT. S. A. 

1371 J. C. Duane, is now Chief of Engineers U. S. A. 

1632 H. L. Abbot, is now Colonel of Engineers. 

1658 E. F. Townsend, is now Colonel 12th Infantry. 

1968 G. L. Gillespie, is now Lieutenant- Colonel of Engineers. 

2616 Carver Howland, is now First Lieutenant. 

2700 G. N. Chase, is now First Lieutenant. 

2836 E. H. Catlin, is now First Lieutenant. 

2860 J. W. Benet, is now First Lieutenant of Ordnance. 

3098 M. M. Patrick, is now Second Lieutenant of Engineers. 

3099 C. H. Richie, is now Second Lieutenant of Engineers. 



Graduates are earnestly requested to point out any errors, and to supply deficien- 
cies in the following Kegister. Almost every Graduate can furnish the Secretary of the 
Association with at least a few of the lacking dates and facts, which, in after years, can- 
not be ascertained without very great labor, if at all. 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

COKRECTED TO SEPTEMBER 1, 1886. 

[The names of deceased Graduates are printed in italics, those killed or mortally 
wounded in battle being heavy face ; those whose history is unknown in 
antique; and those living September 1st, 1886, in Soman.] 

1802. 

No. C.R. 

1 1 Joseph G. Swift, Died, July 23, 1865, at Geneva, N. Y., aged 82. 

2 2 Simon M. Levy, Died — , 1807, at --, Ga. 

s. 1803. 

3 1 Walter K. Armistead, Died, Oct. 13, 1845, at Upperville, Va. 

4 2 Henry B. Jackson, Died, — , 18 — , at — . 

5 3 John Livingston, Died, — , 18 — , at — . 

1804. 

6 1 Samuel Gates, Died, — , 1817, at — , England. 

7 2 _ Hannibal M. Allen, Died, May 11, 1813, at Norfolk, Va. 

1805. 

George Bomford, Died, March 25, 1848, at Boston, Mass., aged 68. 
William McRee, Died, May 15, 1833, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 45. 
Joseph G. Totten, Died, April 22, 1864, at Washington, D. C, aged 75. 

1806. 

William Gates, Died, Oct. 7, 1868, at New York City, aged 80. 
Julius F. Heileman, Died, June 27, 1836, at Fort Drane, Fla. 
Pascal Vincent Bonis, Died, — , 1811, near Point Coupe, La., aged 27. 
Auguste Chouteau, Died, Dec. 25, 1838, near Fort Gibson, I. T., aged 56. 
Alden Partridge, Died, Jan. 17, 1845, at Norwich, Vt., aged 69. 
6 Charles Gratiot, Died, May 18, 1855, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 67. 

Eleazer D. Wood,% Killed, September 17, 1814, in sortie from Fort 
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William Partridge, Died, Sept. 20, 1812, at Detroit, Mich., aged 24. 
Prentiss Willard, Died, Oct. 12, 1813, at Beaufort, S. C, aged 23. 
Joseph Proveaux, Died, Nov. 10, 1813, at — , aged 30. 

Thomas Bennett, Died, Sept. 26, 1818, at Fort Constitution, N. H., aged 30. 
Ethan A. Allen, Died, Jan. 6, 1855, in Norfolk Co., Va., aged 66. 
Robert Lucas, Died, Jan. — , 1814, at French Mills, N. Y., aged 26. 
John D. Wyndham, Died, — , 1813, at — , aged 30. 
Louis Loramier, Died, — , 1831, at Cape Girardeau, Mo. 

1807. 

Justus Post, Died, March 14, 1846, at Caledonia, 111., aged 65. 

Saterlee Clark, Died, March 1, 1848, at Washington, D. C. 

John Anderson, Died, Sept. 14, 1834, at Detroit, Mich. 

Samuel Champlin, Died, Feb. 10, 1863, at Charleston, S. C, aged 80. 

Samuel Noah, Died, March 10, 1871, at Mt. Pulaski, 111., aged 92. 

1808. 

Daniel A. A. Buck, Died, Dec. 24, 1841, at Washington, D. C, aged 53. 
Samuel Babcock, Died, June 26, 1831, at Philadelphia, Penn., aged 46. 
Sylvanus Thayer, Died, Sept. 7, 1872, at South Braintree, Mass., aged 88. 
Samuel B. Bathbone, Died, Dec. 8, 1812, at Fort Niagara, N. Y., of 

wounds received at Queenstown, U. C. 
Louis Valle, Died, Sept. 23, 1833, at St. Genevieve, Mo., aged 43. 
Heman A. Fay, Died, Aug. 20, 1865, at Bennington, Vt., aged 87. 
Oliver G. Burton, Died. Feb. 22, 1821, at Matanzas, W. I. 
Minor Huntington, Died, — , 18 — , in Conn. 
Milo Mason, Died, Feb. 4, 1837, at Washington, D. C. 
George P. Peters, Died, Nov. 28, 1819, at Fort Gadsden, Fla. 
James Gibson, Killed, Sept. 17, 1814, in sortie from Fort Erie, U. C. 
Samuel Newman, Died, — , 18 — , at — . 

Alpheus Roberts, Died, Aug. 27, 1809, at New Orleans, La., aged 23. 
Luther Leonard, Died, Feb. 11, 1865, at Somerville, Mass., aged 78. 
Samuel H. Holley, Died, March 21, 1858, at Whitehall, N. Y., aged 76. 

1809. 

Christopher Van De Venter, Died, April 22, 1838, at Georgetown, D. C. 
Solomon G. Conklin, Died, Aug. 9, 1810, at Fort McHenry, Md., aged 22. 
Augustus W. Magee, Died, March 10, 1813, at Fort Bahia, Texas, aged 24. 
Milton Haxton, Died, Dec. 29, 1809, at Carlisle, Penn., aged 19. 
Anson Hall, Died, — , 18 — , at — . 

Abraham L. Sands, Died, Dec. 25, 1840, at New York City, aged 58. 
Theodore Randell, Died, Oct. 20, 1851, in Chester District, S. C, aged 60. 

1811. 

Alex. JT. Williams, Killed, Aug. 15, 1814, at Fort Erie, U. C, aged 24. 
Marie V. Boisaubin, Died, Aug. 10, 1813, at Fort George, U. C. 
Adam Larrabee, Died, Oct. 25, 1869, at Wyndham, Conn., aged 83. 
Henry A. Hobart, Killed, May 27, 1813, at Ft. George, U. C, aged 22. 

Thomas Ketchum, Died, — , 1836, at New York City, aged 49. 

James D. Cobb, Died, — , 18—, at — . 

Armstrong Irvine, Died, Jan. 15, 1817, at Fort Warren, (Winthrop) Mass. 

Thomas J. Beall Died, Oct. 26. 1832, at Fort Armstrong, 111., aged 40. 

James Dalliba, Died, — , 1833, at — , aged 47. 

Gustavus Loomis, Died, March 3, 1872, at Stratford, Conn., aged 83. 

Ezra Smith, Died, Dec. 17, 1867, at Cambridge, N. Y., aged 84. 

Richard H. Ashley, Died, Feb. 16, 1856, at Canaan Four Corners, N. Y. 



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Hippolite H. Villard, Died, — , 18 — , at — . 

John Bliss, Died, Dec. 6, 1822, at Mobile Point, Ala., aged 36. 

Henry A. Hurchstead, Killed, Nov. 30, 1813, in Creek campaign. 

Ormond Marsh, Died, Jan. 18, 1854, at Litchfield, Conn., aged 66. 

George ttonan, Killed, Aug. 15, 1812, near Fort Chicago, 111., aged 28. 

Benjamin Field, Died, — -, 18 — , at — . 

John J. Abert, Died, Jan. 27, 1863, at Washington, D. C, aged 78. 

1812. 

Joseph M. Wilcooc, Killed, Jan. 15, 1814, in Creek campaign, aged 23. 

Augustus Conant, Died, — , 18 — , at — . 

Londus L. Buck, Died, — , 1817, at Governor's Island. 

Aleve. JR. Thompson, Killed, Dec. 25, 1837, at Okee-cho-bee, Florida, 

aged 44. 
John R. Bell, Died, April 11, 1825, at — . 
F. B. Murdoch, Died, — , 18—, at Brooklyn, Ct., aged 80. 
George Templeman, Died, Feb. — , 1852, at Georgetown. D. C. 
Thomas B. Randolph, Died, Nov. 12, 1867, near Cascade, Iowa, aged 75. 
Wm. F. Hobart, Died, — , 1825, at New York. 
William Sumter, Died, — , 1826, at — , S. C. 

George W. Hight, Died, April 20, 1845, at Burlington, Iowa, aged 58. 
John S. Brush, Died, 18 — , in Louisiana. 

Nathaniel W. Osgood, Died, Oct. 30, 1812, at Pass Christian, La., aged 22. 
George Morley, Died, Sept. — , 1813, at New Orleans, La., aged 27. 
Alexander C. W. Fanning, Died, Aug. 18, 1846, at Cincinnati, Ohio. 
William Cutbush, Died, Feb. 15, 1855, at Fort Schuyler, N. Y., aged 69. 
Wm. W. Smith, Died, Dec. 3, 1813, at Fort Prescott, U. C, of wounds 

received at Chrystler's Field, U. C. 

89 18 Rene E. Be Russy, Died, Nov. 23, 1865, at San Francisco, Cal., aged 75. 

1813. 

90 1 George Trescott, Died, May 12, 1827, at Pine Kidge, St. John's Parish, S. C. 

1814. 

George W. Gardiner, Killed, Dec. 28, 1835, at Dade's Massacre, Fla. 

Charles S. Merchant, Died, Dec. 6, 1879, at Carlisle, Penn., aged 84. 

Nathaniel G % Bana, Died, Feb. 4, 1833, at Fort McHenry, Md. 

John Munroe, Died, April 26, 1861, at New Brunswick, N. J. 

John S. Allanson, Died, — , 1830, at sea, en route from Havana, Cuba, to 

Kussia. 
Lewis G. Be Russy, Died, Dec. 17. 1864, at Grand Ecore, La., aged 68. 
Thomas Childs, Died, Oct. 8, 1853, at Fort Brooke, Fla. 
Stephen Birdsall, Died, Feb. 10, 1858, at Ealeigh, N. C, aged 62. 
John Wright, Died, Sept. 10, 1860, at Norwich, Vt., aged 63. 
Edmund Brooke, Died, — , 1855, at — . 

John Armstrong, Died, June 16, 1852, at Khinebeck, N. Y., aged 62. 
James W. Ripley, Died, March 15, 1870, at Hartford, Ct., aged 76. 
Baniel Turner, Died, July 21, 1860, at Mare Island, Cal., aged 64. 
Isaac E. Craig, Died, June 26, 1819, at the Bay of St. Louis, La. 
Charles M. Thurston, Died, Feb. 18, 1873, at Cumberland, Md., aged 75. 
Henry W. Fitzhugh, Died, June 10, 1876, at Woodville, Kappahannock 

Co., Va., aged 79. 
Jackman J. Bavis, Died, Feb. 20, 1828, at St. Augustine, Fla. 
Thomas T. Stephenson, Died, Aug. 4, 1819, at — . 
Evans Humphrey , Died., — , 183-, at — . 
Samuel W. Wetmore, Died, — , 1818, in South America. 
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112 22 William L. Booth, Died, Oct. 20, 1868, at Big Bend, Meade Co., Ky. 

113 23 Thomas J. Baird, Died, April 5, 1842, at Philadelphia, Pa. 

114 24 Jabez Parkhurst, Died, July 6, 1821. at Royalton, Vt. 

115 25 Robert L. Armstrong, Died, Oct. 10, 1834, at Philadelphia, Pa. 

116 26 James P. Badollet, Died, May 8, 1878, at Vincennes, Did., aged 81. 

117 27 George W. Gardner, Died, — , 18 — , at — . 

118 28 Bradley S. A. Lowe, Died, Aug. — , 1857, at Baltimore, Md. 

119 29 Thomas R. Broom, Died, Feb. 4, 1829, at Pascagoula, Miss. 

120 30 Hilary Brunot, Died, Mary 26, 1872, at Pittsburg, Pa., aged 77. 

1815. 

Henry Middleton, Died, March 15, 1876, at Washington, D. C, aged 79. 
William F. Rigal, Died, — , 18—, at — . 
James Simonson, Died, Aug. 7, 1837, in Cuba, W. I. 
John Hills, Died, Feb. 25, i835, at Apalochicola, Fla. 
Simon Willard, Died, Aug. 24, 1874, at Boston, Mass., aged 80. 
John Symington, Died, April 4, 1864, in Hartford Co., Md. 
William W. Gordon, Died, March 20, 1842, at Savannah, Ga., aged 46. 
Henry R. Dulany, Died, Nov. 27, 1838, at Alexandria, Va. 
John R. Sloo, Died, — , 1837, at New Orleans, La. 
Henry W. Grisicold, Died, Oct. 23, 1834, at — . 

James Monroe, Died, Sepc. 7, 1870, at Orange Mountain, N. J., aged 71. 
Robert C. Brent, Died, May 15, 1837, in Stafford Co., Va. 
Abraham Wendell, Died, Oct. 17, 1817, at Albany, N. Y. 
George A. Washington, Died, Dec. 9, 1817, at Alexandria, Va. 
Robert J. Scott, Died, May — , 1834, at Fort Monroe, Va., aged 36. 
Alonzo JH reiver, Killed, in wars of Argentine Confederation, 18 — . 
Francis N. Berrier, Died, Oct. 26, 1822, at Fort Hamilton, N. Y. 
George Cooper, Died, Oct. — , 1825, at New York City, aged 29. 
Henry Smith, Died, July 24, 1847, at Vera Cruz, Mexico. 
Alexander F. Cochrane, Died, — , 18 — , at — . 

Mich. F. Van De Venter, Died, Aug. 27, 1821, at Sackett's Harbor, N. Y. 
Milo Johnson, Died, — , 18—, at — . 

Aaron G. Gano, Died, Dec. 2, 1854, near Cincinnati, O., aged 58. 
Robert M. Forsyth, Died, — , 1819, at — . 
Thomas W. Lendrum, Died, Oct. 21, 1852, at New York City. 
George Blaney, Died, May 15, 1835, at Fort Johnston, N. C. 
Thomas J. Leslie, Died, Nov. 25, 1874, at New York, aged 77. 
William S. Eveleth, Died, Oct. 4, 1818, by shipwreck, on Lake Michigan. 
Robert W. Pooler, Died, Dec. 25, 1853, at Savannah, Ga. 
William H. Chase, Died, Feb. 8, 1870, at Pensacola, Fla., aged 72. 
Wolvert E. Williams, Died, — , 18—, at — . 
William B. Davidson, Died, Dec. 25, 1840, at Indian Key, Fla. 
John A. Webber, Died, May 6, 1855, at Watertown, Mass., aged 56. 
Thomas J. Gardner, Died, July 20, 1822, at St. Augustine, Fla. 
Benjamin L. E. Bonneville, Died, June 12, 1878, at Fort Smith, Arkansas, 

aged 85. 
Samuel Cooper, Died, Dec. 14, 1876, at Cameron, Va., aged 81. 
Charles Davies, Died, September 17, 1876, at Fishkill-on-Hudson, N. Y., 

aged 79. 
James R. Stubbs, Died, — , 1832, at Cincinnati, 0. 
Peter Embury, Died, July 2, 1855, at New York City. 
Richard M. White, Died, Jan. 19, 1849, at Orange, N. J. 

1817. 

161 1 Augustus L. Roumfort, Died, Aug. 2, 1878, at Harrisburg, Pa., aged 82. 

162 2 James N. Spencer, Died, Aug. 16, 1829, at the Bay of St. Louis, La. 

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William M. Graham, Killed, Sept. 8, 1847, at Molino del Key, Mex- 
ico, aged 49. 
James D. Graham, Died, Dec. 28, 1865, at Boston, Mass., aged 66. 
Charles Despinville, Died, May — , 1830, in France. 
John C. Kirk, Died, — , 1825, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

John JR. Vinton, Killed, March 22. 1847, at the siege of Vera Cruz. 
Richard B. Lee, Died, Aug. 2, 1875, at Alexandria, Va., aged 76. 
Frederick L. Griffith, Died, Jan. 28, 1832, at Alexandria, Va., aged 35. 
Edward J. Lambert, Died, Dec. 4, 1832, at Washington, D. C. 
William Gibbs McNeill, Died, Feb. 16, 1853, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Angus W. McDonald, Died, Jan. 1, 1865. at Richmond, Va., aged 62. 
Henry Berryman, Died, July 20, 1859, at Forrest Hill, Tex., aged 61. 
Const. M. Eakin, Died, Oct. 2, 1869, at West Philadelphia, Pa., aged 75. 
John D. Orr, Died, — , 1822, at New Orleans, La. 
Ethan Allen Hitchcock, Died, August 5, 1870, at Sparta, Ga., aged 72. 
John M. Washington, Drowned, December 24, 1853, m wreck of Steamer 
San Francisco. 
179 19 Ambrose Madison, ?>ied, — , 18 — , at — . 

1818. ; 

Richard Del afield, Died, Nov. 5, 1873, at Washington, D. C, aged 75. 
Andrew Talcott, Died, April 22, 1883, at Richmond, Va., aged 86. 
S. Stanhope Smith, Died, Sept. 10, 1828, at Wilmington, Del. 
Horace Webster, Died, July 12, 1871, at Geneva, N. Y., aged 77. 
Samuel Ringgold, Did, May 11, 1846, at Pt. Isabel, Tex., of wounds 

received at the battle of Palo Alto. 
Harvey Brown, Died, March 31, 1874, at Clifton, N. Y., aged 78. 
Joseph N. Chambers, Died, Nov. 12, 1874, near Clinton, La., aged 76. 
Samuel McKenzie, Died, Oct. 19, 1847, at the City of Mexico. 
Giles Porter, Died, May 31, 1878, at Albany, N. Y., aged 79. 
George W. Corprew, Died, — , 1840, near Columbus, Miss. 
John J. Jackson, Died, Jan. 1, 1877, at Petersburg, W. Va., aged 77. 
Edward Harding, Died, Feb. 15, 1855, at St. Louis, Mo. 
Benjamin C. Vining, Died, April 8, 1822, at Baltimore, Md. 
Henry H. Loring, Died, July 16, 1840, at Sabine City, La. 
Joseph F. Dangerfield, Died, May 17, 1840, at Lewisburg, W. Va., aged 40. 
Joseph Strong, (History since 1851 unknown. 
John B. F. Russell, Died, Jan. 3, 1861, at Chicago, 111. 
George Webb, Died, April 20, 1832, at Fort Washington, Md. 
Hartman Bache, Died, Oct. 8, 1872, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 74. 
William S. Newton, Died, March 16, 1837, at Baton Rouge, La. 
Leonard O. Brooke, Died, — , 1821, at — , Md. 

Henry Giles, Died, March 27, 1877, at Pleasant Home, Ky., aged — . 
John T. Pratt, Died, Nov. 29, 1883, at Georgetown, Ky., aged 86. 

1819. 

William A. Eliason, Died, June 15, 1839, near Alexandria, Va., aged 39. 
Fred. A. Underhill, Died, July — , 1829, at New Orleans, La., aged 29. 
Cornelius A. Ogden, Died, Aug. 23, 1856. at Brandon, Vt., aged 57. 
Edward D. Mansfield, Died, Oct. 27, 1880, at Morrow, O., aged 79. 
Henry Brewerton, Died, April 17, 1879, at Wilmington, Del., aged 77. 
John R. Bowes. (History since 1822 unknown.) 

Henry A. Thompson, Died, March 12, 1880, at Baltimore, Md., aged 80. 
Z. J. D. Kinsley, Died, Aug. 24, 1849, near West Point, N. Y., aged 48. 
William Turnbull, Died, Dec. 9, 1857, at Wilmington, N. C, aged 57. 

212 10 Joshua Baker, Died, April 15, 1885, at Lyme, Conn., aged 86. 

213 11 Justin Dimick, Died, Oct. 13, 1871, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 72. 

214 12 George W. Whistler, Died, April 7, 1849, at St. Petersburg, Russia, 

aged 48. 



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REGISTER OE GRADUATES. 

Benjamin Walker, Died. May 28, 1858, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 69. 
Daniel Tyler, Died, Nov. 30, 1882, at New York, N. Y., aged 84. 
J. F. Hamtramck, Died. April 21, 1858, at Shepardstown, Va., aged 60. 
Ethan C. Sickles, Died, Oct. 12, 1822, at Hibernia, Fla., aged 24. 
James S. Hepburne, Died, May 2, 1833, at New Orleans, La., aged 33. 
John L'Engle, Died, Sept. 19, 1864, at Lake City, Fla., aged 64. 
John M. Edwards, Died, Feb. 14, 1836, near Washington, D. C, aged 37. 
Austin Brockinbrough, Died, Sept. 6, 1842. at Key West, Fla., aged 41. 
William Malcolm, Died, Aug, 7, 1823, at Baton Rouge, La., aged 26. 
John Mackenzie, Assassinated, Sept. 26, 1828, at Fort Crawford, Wiscon- 
sin, aged 30. 
Joseph D. Rupp, Died, Dec. 17, 1821, at St. Augustine. Fla., aged 22. 
Jacob A. Dumeste, Died Oct. 10, 1831, at Baltimore, Md., aged 33. 
James R. Blaney, Died, — , 1840, near Natchitoches, La., aged 43. 
Roswell Conant, Died, — , 1821, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 24. 
Jasper Strong, Died, Nov. 6, 1865, at Queechy, Vt., aged 68. 
Henry Gilbert, Died. June 26, 1827, at Fort Monroe, Va., aged 26. 
William H. Swift, Died, April 7, 1879, at New York City, aged 79. 

1820. 

232 1 Stephen Tuttle, Died, Jan. 21, 1835, at St. Augustine, Fla., aged 37. 

233 2 Andrew J. Donelson, Died, June 26, 1871, at Memphis, Tenn.. aged 71. 

234 3 Thomas E. Sudler, Died. Dec. 31. 1860, at Wilmington, Del., aged 59. 

235 4 William H. Bell, Died, Dec. 20, 1865, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 67. 

236 5 Wm. C. DeHart, Died, April 21, 1848, at Elizabethtown, N. J., aged 48. 

237 6 Francis N. Barbarin, Died, Feb. 28, 1883, at Georgetown, D. C, aged 84. 

238 7 Robert S. Brooke, Died, May 14, 1851, at Staunton, Va., aged 51. 

239 8 James A. Chambers, Died, Dec. 10, 1838, at Baltimore, Md., aged 38. 

240 9 Edward G. W. Butler. St. Louis, Mo., care E. J. Gay & Co. 

241 10 Daniel D. Tompkins, Died, Feb. 26, 1863, at Brooklyn, N. Y., aged 63. 

242 11 John H. Winder, Died, Feb. 9, 1865, at Branchville, S. C, aged 65. 

243 12 William P. Buchanan, Drowned, Sept. 20, 1822, in Mississippi Biver, 

aged 20. 

244 13 Samuel B. Dusenberry, Died, April 5, 1855, at Santa Fe, N. M., aged 57. 

245 14 Henry J. Feltus, Died, July 12, 1871, near Philadelphia, Pa., aged 70. 

246 15 Nicholas Cruger, Died, June 3, 1868, near Cruger's, N. Y., aged 67. 

247 16 Rawlins Lowndes, Died. Aug. 10, 1877, at Staatsburg, N. Y., aged 76. 

248 17 Lewis N. Morris, Killed, Sept. 21, 1846, at Monterey, Mex., aged 46. 

249 18 Joshua Barney, Died, April 13, 1867, at Detroit, Mich., aged 67. 

250 19 George F. Lindsay, Died, Sept. 27, 1857, at Washington, D. C, aged 56. 

251 20 John M. Tufts, Bahway, New Jersey. 

252 21 Benjamin Gorham, Died, Oct. 15, 1821, at Fort Armstrong, 111., aged 22. 

253 22 Samuel McRee, Died, July 15, 1849, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 48. 

254 23 Thomas Noel, Died, Aug. 14, 1848, near Baltimore, Md., aged 47. 

255 24 Thomas McArthur, Died, Feb. 21, 1833, at Chillicothe, O , aged 31. 

256 25 Charles Guerrant, Died, Sept. 5, 1852, at Buffalo Gap, Augusta Co., Va., 

257 26 George D. Ramsey, Died, May 23, 1882, at Washington, D. C, aged 80. 

258 27 Edgar S. Hawkins, Died, Nov. 5, 1865, at Flatbush, N. Y., aged 64. 

259 28 William S. Maitland, Drowned, August 19, 1837, near Charleston, S. C, 

aged 38. 

260 29 Aaron B. Skinner. (History after 1821 unknown.) 

261 30 William W. Morris, Died, Dec. 11, 1865, at Fort McHenry, Md., aged 54 

1821. 

262 1 Ed. H. Courtenay, Died, Dec. 21, 1853, at Charlotte ville, Va., aged 50. 

263 2 Clark Burdine, Died, Aug. 10, 1836, at Canton, Ky., aged 36. 

264 3 Jonathan Prescott, Died, Aug. 12, 1837, at Charleston, S. C, aged 37. 



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William W. Wells, Died, Sept. 8, 1832, at Louisville, Ky., aged 32. 
Charles Dimmock, Died, Oct. 27, 1863, at Richmond, Va., aged 63. 
John C. Holland, Died, Oct. 10, 1825, at Augusta Arsenal, Ga., aged 24. 
Edward C. Ross, Died, May 16, 1851, at New York City, aged 50. 
Washington Wheelwright, Died, Oct. 31, 1871, at New York City, aged 70. 
David Wallace, Died, Sept. 4, 1859, at Indianapolis, Ind , aged 60. 
R. F. W. Allston, Died, April 7, 1864, near Georgetown, S. C, aged 63. 
John F. Scott, Died, Aug. 7, 1837, at New York City, aged 38. 
James Grier, Died, Aug. 22, 1828, at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., aged 30. 
John B. Scott, Died, Nov. 22, 1860, at San Francisco, Cal., aged 59. 
Joseph Pentland. (History after 1830 unknown.) 

Alexander H. Morton, Died, Oct. 24, 1853, at Yazoo City, Miss., aged 53. 
William W. Gaillard, Died, Oct. 11, 1822, at Pensacola, Fla., aged 20. 
Seth M. Capron, -Sied, Nov. 30, 1878, at Walden, N. Y., aged 78. 
Jefferson Vail, Died, Oct. 25, 1835, at Baton Rogue, La., aged 33. 
James Henshaw. (Unknown.) 

Otis Wheeler, Died. June 1, 1872, at Troy. Mo., aged 75. 
Henry Bainbridge, Perished, May 31. 1857, in the burning of the steam- 
er Louisiana, in Galveston Bay, Texas, aged 54. 
Jason Rogers, Died, — , 1848, at Louisville. Ky., aged 47. 
David M. Porter. (History after 1823 unknown.) 
Julius A. d'Lagnel, Died, May 21, 1840, at New York City, aged 41. 

1822. 

George Dutton, Died, Jan. 5. 1857, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 54. 
Joseph K. F, Mansfield, Died, Sept. 18, 1862, of wounds received 

at Antietam, Md., aged 59. 
Charles G. Smith, Died, Sept. 25, 1827, at Fort Moultrie, S. C, aged 29. 
Thomas ft. Ingalls, Died, July 26, 1864, at Greenwich, N. Y., aged 66. 
Horace Bliss, Died, Nov. 7, 1878, at Baltimore, Md.. aged 76. 
WilliamMJook, Died, April 21, 1865, at Hoboken, N. J., aged 64. 
William Rose, Died, Nov. 22, 1825, at Washington, D. C, aged 24. 
Walter Gwynn, Died, Feb. 6, 1882, at Baltimore, Md., aged 80. 
Campbel Graham, Died, Nov. 8, 1866, at Baltimore, Md., aged 67. 
T. B. Wieelock, Died, June 15, 1836, at Fort Micanopy, Fla., aged 35. 
James Hi Cooke, Died, — , 1833, at — , aged 29. 

WilliamlC. Young, 465 West Twenty- third Street, New York, N. Y. 
Augustuh Canfield, Died, April 18, 1854, at Detroit, Mich., aged 53. 
David Hi Vinton, Died, Feb. 21, 1873, at Stamford, Conn., aged 70. 
John J.iSchuler. (History since 1835 unknown.) 
John Picpell, Died, Jan. 23, 1865, at Danville, N. Y., aged 63. 
Isaac R/Trimble, 241 Maryland Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 
Henry A Gird, Died, June 1, 1845, at New Orleans. La., aged 44. 
Benjamfi H. Wright, Died, May 13, 1881, at Rome, N. Y., aged 80. 
William\M. Boyce, Killed, Aug. 29, 1855, on Camden & Amboy Railroad, 

near Burlington, N. J., aged 54. 
St. Claif Denny, Died, Aug. 18, 1858, at Pittsburgh, Pa., aged 58. 
Westwphd Lacey, Died, Nov. 3, 1829, at Tallahassee, Fla., aged 26. 
Eustace Trenor, Died, Feb. 16, 1847, at New York City, aged 44. 
Geqrge Wright, Drowned, July 30, 1864, at wreck of steamer Brother 

lonathan, aged 62. 
David Hunter, Died. Feb. 2, 1886, at Washington, D. C aged 84. 
George A. McCall, Died, Feb. 25, 1868, at West Chester, Pa., aged 65. 
Albert Lincoln, Died, Oct. 13, 1822. at St. Louis. Mo., aged 20. 
Francis Lee, Died, Jan. 19, 1859. at St. Louis. Mo., aged 55. 
James R. Stephenson, Died, Nov. 26, 1841, at Pilatka, Fla., aged 40. 
John D. Hopson, Died, Feb. 17. 1829, at Louisville, Ky., aged 31. 
Thompson Morris, Died, Feb. 13, 1870. at Cincinnati. O., aged 70. 
John R. Wilcox, Died, Oct. 3, 1839, at Warsaw, 111., aged 39. 
Thomas Johnston, Died, Feb. 2, 1835, at Little Rock, Ark., aged 33. 



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George W. Folger, Died, 1845, at Raleigh, N. C, aged 46. 

Thomas MelSTamara. (History after 1830 unknown.) 

Aaron M. "Wright. (History after 1823 unknown.) 

John J. Abercrombie, Died, Jan. 3, 1877, at Eoslyn, Long Island, N. Y., 

aged 79. 
Samuel Wragg, Died, Nov. 27, 1828, near Franklin, Tenn., aged 25. 
David Moniac, Killed, Nov. 21, 1836, at Wahoo Swamp, Fla., aged 34. 
Henry Clark, Died, Oct. 14, 1830, at Rochester, N. Y., aged 30. 

1823. 

Alfred Mordecai, 1816 Delancey Place, Philadelphia. Pa. 

George S. Greene, 127 East 23d Street. New York City. 

George C. Richards, Died, Nov. 22, 1825. at Paris. France, aged 22. 

Reuben Holmes. Died, Nov. 4, 1833, at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., aged 33. 

Samuel U. Southerland. Died. — , 1836, at — , Ala., aged 34. 

Lucien B. Webster, Died, Nov. 4, 1853, at Fort Brown, Tex., aged 52. 

Frederick L. Guion, Died, April — , 1824. at — . aged 23. 

George Nauman, Died, Aug. 11. 1863, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 60. 

Alfred Beckley, Wildwood, Raleigh Co., W. Va. 

Frederic Searie. Died. July 19, 1853, at Sulphur Springs, Va., aged 50. 

Richard Be Treville. Died, Nov. 25, 1874. at Summerville, S. C, aged 73. 

Andrew Kinnard, Died, — . 1831. at — . Ala., aged 28. 

George W. Waters, Died, March 14, 1846, near St. Louis. Mo., aged 46. 

John Farley. Died. July 31, 1874, at Narragansett Pier, R. I., aged 71. 

Nevi M. Nute, Died. July. — , 1846, at Point Isabel, Texas, aged 46. 

Mark W. Batman, Died, July 31, 1837, at Mt. Vernon Arsenal. Alabama, 

aged 38. 
Lorenzo Thomas. Died, March 2, 1875, at Washington, D. C, aged 70. 
Julius J. B. Kingsbury, Died, June 26, 1856, at Washington, D. C, 

aged 55. 
George Andrews. Died, Nov. 13, 1873. at Baltimore, Md., aged 70. 
Richard B. C. Collins. Died, July 1. 1841, at Little Rock, Ark., aged 46. 
William Reynolds. Died, Aug. 30, 1830, at Ripley, Ohio, aged 25. 
Joseph R. Smith, Died, Sept. 3, 1868. at Monroe, Mich., aged 67. 
Hannibal Day. Col. U. S. Army, (retired). 
Henry R. Stewart. (History since 1828 unknown.) 
Elias Phillips. Died. Sept. 11, 1856. near Pittsburgh, Pa., aged 57. 
Joseph A. Phillips, Died. Jan. 4, 1846, at Quincy, 111., aged 41. 
Asa Richardson. Died, April 18. 1835. at Jefferson Barracks. Mo., aged 35. 
John E. Newell. Died, March 26. 1835, at Carlisle, Pa., aged 35. 
John ISTieholls. (History after 1835 unknown.) 

George H Crosman, Died, Mav 28, 1882, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 84. 
Charles Holt, Died. Sept. 14, 1824. at Fort St. Philip. La. aged 23. 
John W. Cotton. Died, Sept. 10, 1878, at Green Bay, Wis. 
Edmund B. Alexander. Col. U. S. A. (retired). 
Albert S. Miller, Died, Dec. 7, 1852, at Benicia, Cal., aged 51. 
Egbert B. Birdsall, Died, March 4, 1845, at St. Augustine, Fla., aged 45. 

1824. 

Bennis H Mahan, Drowned. Sept. 16, 1871. in Hudson River, aged 69. 
John W. A. Smith. Died. June 29, 1835. at Milford. N. H.. aged 34. 
Robert P. Parrott. Died, Dec. 24, 1877, at Cold Spring, N. Y., aged 73. 
R. Edward Hazzard. Died — , 183*, in St. Bernard Parish. La., aged 27. 
John King Eindlay. Died. Sept. 13. 1885. at Spring Lake, N. J., aged 82. 
Napoleon B. Bennett, Died, Nov. 2, 1832. at Staunton, Va., aged 26. 
John N. Billihanty, Died, — , 1844. at Woodville, Miss., aged 44. 
Francis L. Jones. (History after 1842 unknown.) • 
George W. Long, Died, July 7, 1880, near Alton, 111, aged 80. 



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John M. Fessenden, Died, Feb. 8, 1883, at Washington, D. C, aged 81. 
Wm. P. Bainbridge, Died, Sept. 16, 1850, at West Point, N. Y., aged 47. 
John M. W. Picton, Died, Oct. 28, 1859, at New Orleans, La., aged 55. 
Horatio A. Wilson, Died, Jan. 17, 1850, at Troy, N. Y., aged 46. 
Nicolas Tillinghast, Died, April 9, 1856, at Bridgewater, Mass., aged 51. 
William, G. Williams, Died, Sept. 21, 1846, of wounds received at 

Monterey, Mex., aged 45. 
Anthony Drane, Died, April 5, 1850, at Louisville, Ky., aged 50. 
Louis T. Jamison, Died, June 23, 1858, at Rio Grande City, Tex., aged 52. 
William Bickley, Died, July 21, 1877, at Washington, Ky., aged 75. 
Ephram W. Low, Drowned, July 8, 1825, in Fox River, Wis., aged 25. 
Joseph Cadle. (History alter 1830 unknown.) 

Alexander Johnston, Died, June 8, 1845, at Pittsburgh, Pa., aged 39. 
William L. Harris, Died, Feb. 20, 1837. at — , 111., aged 36. 
William Bloodgood, Died, Aug. 1, 1874, at Nashetah, Wis., aged 73. 
William W. Eaton, Died, May 10, 1828, at Waterbury, Conn., aged 23. 
Timothy Paige, Died, June 14, 1867, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 62. 
Francis D. Newcomb, Died, Nov. 28, 1872, at Havana, Cuba, aged 71. 
Diocon S. Miles, Died, Sept. 16, 1862, of wounds received at Harper's 

Ferry, Va., aged 58. 
Electus Backus, Died, June 7, 1862, at Detroit, Mich., aged 58. 
Julius Catlin, Drowned, — , 1827, in Genesee River, New York, aged 23. 
JT. Van Swearing en, Killed, Dec. 25, 1837, at Okee-cho-bee, Florida, 

aged 38. 
391 31 W.\Beverhout Thompson, Died, — , 1867, at Georgetown, D. C, aged 62. 



1825. 

Alexander D. Bache, Died, Feb. 17, 1867, at Newport, R. I., aged 60. 
Peter McMartin, Died, March 18, 1830, at New York City, aged 27. 
Alex. H. Bowman, Died, Nov. 11, 1865, at Wilkesbarre, Pa., aged 62. 
Thompson S. Brown, Died, June 30, 1855, at Naples, Italy, aged 48. 
Daniel S. Donelson, Died, April 17, 1863, at Napoleon, Ark., aged 61. 
Stephen V. R. Ryan, Died, — , 1840. at Napoleon, Ark., aged 37. 
Raphael C. Smead, Died, Aug. 20, 1848, at Fort Monroe, Va., aged 46. 
Benjamin Huger, Died, Dec. 7, 1877, at Charleston, S. C, aged 72. 
Francis Taylor, Died, Oct. 12, 1858, at Fort Brown, Texas, aged 53. 
Abbott H. Brisbane, Died, Sept. 28, 1861, at Summer ville, S. C, aged 56. 
William Fenn Hopkins, Died, July 13, 1859, at Jamaica, W. I., aged 57. 
William A. Thornton, Died, April 6, 1866, at Governor's Island, N. Y., 

aged 63. 
Joseph W. Harris, Died, May 18, 1837, at Portsmouth, N. H., aged 32. 
Matthew J. Williams, Died, June 23, 1877. at Marietta, Ga., aged 68. 
Robert Anderson, Died, Oct. 26, 1871, at Nice, France, aged 65. 
Alexander D. Mackay, Drowned, Dec. 17, 1836, off St. John's, Florida, 

aged 32. 
James R. Irwin, Died, Jan. 10, 1848, at the City of Mexico, aged 47. 
Horace Smith, Died, Jan. 8, 1828, at St. Augustine, Fla., aged 24. 
Charles F. Smith, Died, April 25, 1862, at Savannah, Tenn., aged 56. 
Washington Seawell, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

Lawrence F. Carter, Died, Jan. 9, 1837, at Fort Gibson, I. T., aged 33. 
Frederick Norcom, Died, Dec. 9, 1865, at New York City, aged 62. 
Nathaniel H. Street, Died, July 6, 1876, near Newberne, N. C, aged 72. 
Joseph S. Worth, Died, July 21, 1846, at St. Augustine, Fla., aged 39. 
N. Sayre Harris, Died, April 22, 1886, at Philadelphia. Pa., aged 82. 
Osborne Cross, Died, July 15, 1876, at New York, aged 73. 
Joseph Bonnell, Died, Sept. 27, 1840, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 38. 
William R. Montgomery, Died, May 31, 1871, at Bristol, Pa., aged 70. 
H. St. James Linden, Died, Aug. 10, 1836, at Baltimore, Md., aged 34. 
James J. Anderson, Died, Oct. 1, 1845, in Mason Co., Ky., aged 40. 



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James D. Burnham, Died, March 6, 1828, at Old Point Comfort, Virginia, 

aged 27. 
Gustavus Dorr, Died, Jan. 16, 1855, at Somerville, Mass., aged 47. 
Frederick Thomas, Drowned, May 27, 1831, in Arkansas river, aged 26. 
George W. Garey, Died, Dec. 10, 1834, in Talbot County, Md., aged 32. 
James Engle. (History after 1831 unknown.) 
Joseph Clay, Died, July 8, 1832, at Fort Gratiot, Mich., aged 25. 
Samuel R. Allston, Died, Feb. 14, 1836, at New York City, aged 30. 

1826. 

William H. C. Bartlett, Colonel U. S. Army (retired). 

Thomas S. Twiss. (History since 1855 unknown.] 

William Briant, Died, Aug. 15, 1846, at Botetourt, Va., aged 42. 

T. Jefferson Cram, Died, Dec. 20, 1883, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 80. 

Charles G. Ridgely, Died, June 15, 1844, at Georgetown, Del., aged 40. 

John McClellan, Died, Sept. 1, 1854, at Knoxville, Tenn., aged 49. 

B. H. Henderson, Killed, July 8, 1832, by accident, at St. Louis, Mis- 
souri, aged 27. 

Albert S. Johnston, Killed, April 6, 1862, at Shiloh, Tenn., aged 59. 

Edward B. White, Died, May 10, 1882, at New York City, aged 76. 

Francis L. Dancy, Orange Mills, Putnam Co., Fla. 

Joseph D. Searight, Died, Jan. 22, 1885, at Cumberland, Md., aged 82. 

Joel C. Townsend, Died, Oct. 1, 1826, at — , aged 20. 

Daniel S. Herring, Died, June 22, 1836, at St. Augustine, Fla., aged 28. 

George Woodbridge, Died, Feb. 14, 1878, at Kichmond, Va., aged 74. 

Michael M. Clark, Died, May 10, 1864, at Baltimore, Md., aged 58. 

Maskell C. Ewing, Died, Nov. 20, 1819, at Willow Grove, Pa., aged 42. 

Samuel P. Heintzelman, Died, May 1, 1880, at Washington, D. C, aged 74. 

Theophilus B. Brown, Died, Sept. 14, 1834, at Utica, N. Y., aged 32. 

Danforth H. Tufts, Died, Oct. 4, 1840, at Detroit, Mich, aged 35. 

Augustus J. Pleasonton, 918 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Martin P. Parks, Died, July 21, 1853, at sea, aged 49. 

John B. Grayson, Died, Oct. 1, 1861, at Fernandina, Fla., aged 55. 

John Williamson, Died, Dec. 23, 1849, at Charleston, S. C, aged 43. 

H J. Griffin, Drowned, Feb. 20, 1828, near Fort Armstrong, 111., aged 24. 

John Archer, Helena, Texas. 

Samuel H. Ridgely, Died, April 3, 1827, at New Orleans, La., aged 20. 

John M. Berrien, Died, Oct. 14, 1876, at Detroit, Mich., aged 73. 

Edwin B. Babbitt, Died, Dec. 11, 1881, at Fort Monroe, Va., aged 78. 

Richard W. Colcock, Died, Jan. 9, 1856, at Charleston, S. C, aged 49. 

Charles L. C. Minor, Died, Oct. 31, 1833, at Fort Towson, I. T., aged 28. 

William H Sims, Died, — , 1847, at New Orleans, La., aged 44. 

F. jr. Brooke, Killed, Dec. 25, 1837, at Okee-cho-bee, Fla., aged 35. 

Nathaniel C. Macrae, Died, Feb. 5, 1878, at Cincinnati, O., aged 74. 

James G. Allen, Died, April 21. 1855, at Lafourche Interior, La., aged 49. 

Alex. G. Baldwin, Died, July 25, 1835, at Fort Towson, I. T., aged 31. 

Amos B. Eaton, Died, Feb. 21, 1877, at New Haven, Conn., aged 71. 

M. E. Merrill, Killed, Sept. 8, 1847, at Molino del Key, Mex., aged 43. 

Charles Colerick, Died, Jan. 9, 1828, at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., aged 22. 

Silas Casey, Died, Jan. 22, 1882, at Brooklyn, N. Y., aged 75. 

Thomas H. Pierce. (History since 1860 unknown.) 

E. Kirby Smith, Died, Sept. 11, 1847, near City of Mexico, of wounds 
received at Molino del Key, aged 40. 

1827. 

470 1 Ebenezer S. Sibley, Died, August 14, 1884, at Detroit, Mich., aged 79. 

471 2 John Childe, Died, Feb. 2, 1858, at Springfield, Mass., aged 55. 

472 3 William Maynadier, Died, July 3, 1871, at Washington, D. C, aged 65. 

473 4 James A. J. Bradford, Died, Sept. 6, 1863, at Fayetteville, N. C, aged 49. 



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REGISTER OF GRADUATES. n 

C.E. 

5 Lucien J. Bibb, Died, Sept. 7, 1831, at Bellona Arsenal, Va., aged 24. 

6 Napoleon B. Buford, Died, March 28, 1883, at Chicago, 111., aged 76. 

7 Edwin Schenck, Died, July 2, 1848, at Columbus, O., aged 41. 

8 Leonidas Polk, Killed, June 14, 1864, on Pine Mountain, Georgia, 

aged 58. 

9 Essex Sterrett, Died, July 6, 1835, at Little Kock, Ark., aged 32. 

10 George Fetterman, Died, June 27, 1844, at Pittsburgh, Pa., aged 37. 

11 William E. Aisquith, Died, June 29, 1856, at Washington, D. C, aged 48. 

12 Thomas Worthington, Died, Feb. 23, 1884, at Washington, D. C, aged 80. 

13 Gabriel J. Rains, Died, Aug. 6, 1881, at Aiken, S. C, aged 78. 

14 John G. Furman, Died. Aug. 29, 1830, at Chicago, 111., aged 24. 

15 William B. Magruder, Died, August 4, 1877, in Shelby Co., Mo., aged 69. 

16 Thomas B. W. Stockton, Flint, Mich. 

17 Alexander S. Hooe, Died, Dec. 9, 1847, at Baton Rouge, La., aged 41. 

18 William Flanagan, Died, Sept. 1, 1851, at Winchester, Ky., aged 46. 

19 George H. Prentiss. (History after 1828 unknown.) 

20 David Perkins, Died, Dec, 19, 1848, at New Orleans, La., aged 43. 

21 Samuel Hitchcock, Died, Aug. 1, 1851. at sea, aged 43. 

22 Alexander J. Center, Died, Nov. 2, 1879, at Tarrytown, N. Y., aged 71. 

23 Philip St. George Cooke, Brig.-Gen. U. S. A., (retired). 

24 Thomas S. Trask, Died, Aug. 1, 1828, at Memphis, Tenn., aged 24. 

25 Abner R. Hetzel, Died, July 20, 1847, at Louisville, Ky., aged 42. 

26 Joseph H. LaMotte. near St. Louis, Mo. 

27 Edgar M. Lacey, Died, April 2, 1839, at Fort Crawford, Wis., aged 32. 

28 Levin Gale, Died, Sept. 1, 1832, near Fort Armstrong, 111., aged 26. 

29 Isaac P. Simonton, Died Feb. 21, 1842, at Fort Wayne, I. T., aged 35. 

30 Jefferson Van Home, Died, Sept. 28, 1857, at Albuquerque, N. M., aged 55. 

31 Washington Hood, Died, July 17. 1840, at Bedford, Pa., aged 32. 

32 Isaac Lynde, Died, April 10, 1886, at Picolata, Fla., aged 82. 

33 Nathaniel J. Eaton, Died, March 29, 1883, at Alton, 111., aged 76. 

34 Stephen M. Westniore, New Orleans, La. 

35 Jonathan K. (h-eenough, Died, Aug. 22, 1858, at Marshall, 111., aged 49. 

36 William S. StWwell, Died, — , 1837, at — , Tex., aged 30. 

37 Abraham VanBuren, Died, March 15, 1873, at New York City, aged 66. 

38 Nelson N. Clark, Died, July 11, 1832, at New Orleans, La., aged 25. 

1828. 

Albert E. Church, Died, March 30, 1878, at West Point, N. Y., aged 70. 
Richard C. Tilghman, Died, March 14, 1878, at The Hermitage, Queen 

Anne Co., Md., aged 82. 
Hugh W. Mercer, Died, June 9, 1877, at Baden Baden, Germany, aged 69. 
Robert E. Temple, Died, July 20. 1854, at Albany, N. Y., aged 45. 
Charles 0. Collins, Died, Aug. 17, 1846, at Fort Gibson, I. T., aged 40. 
Ivers J. Austin, Newport, R. I. 

Edmund French, Died, July 7, 1860, at Georgetown, D. C, aged 53. 
Joseph L. Locke, Died, Oct. 5, 1864, at Savannah, Ga., aged 76. 
George E. Chase, Died, March 27, 1844, at Chasefield, Florida, aged 39. 
John F. Lane, Died, Oct. 19, 1836, at Fort Drane, Fla., aged 26. 
William Palmer, Died, July 23, 1835, at Fort Johnson, N. C, aged 30. 
Thomas B. Adams, Died, Dec. 14, 1837, at Fort Dade, Fla., aged 28. 
Robert E. Clary, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 
Robert Sevier, Died, May 16, 1879, at Richmond, Mo., aged 71. 
William W. Mather, Feb. 27, 1859, at Columbus, O., aged 54. 
Enos G. Mitchell, Died, June 10, 1839, at Fort Roger Jones, Fla., aged 32. 
James F. Izard, Died, March 5, 1836, of wounds received at Camp 

Izard, Fla., aged 26. 
Thomas Cutis, Died, Sept. 2, 1838, at Fort Jesup, La., aged 31. 
William H Baker, Died, — , 1835, at Detroit, Mich., aged 26. 
James L. Thompson, Drowned, June 21, 1851, in Detroit River, aged 46. 
Gustave S. Rousseau, Died, Feb. 5, 1879, at Plaquemine, La., aged 72. 



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12 REGISTER OE GRADUATES. 



Benjamin W. Kinsman, Died, May 14, 1832, at Fort Gibson, I. T., aged 26. 
Jefferson Davis, Beauvoir, Hearndon Co., Miss. 
William L. E. Morrison, Died, — , 1835, at Vandalia, 111., aged 25. 
Samuel K Cobb, Died, Jan. 11, 1834, at New Orleans, La., aged 28. 
Samuel Torrence, Died, Sept. 1, 1832, at Fort Armstrong, 111., aged 25. 
Amos Foster, Assassinated, Feb. 7, 1832, at Fort Howard, Michigan, 

aged 27. 
Thomas F. Drayton, 207 Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 
Thomes C. Broekway, Died, Sept. 28, 1831, at Fort Gibson, I. T., aged 26. 
John R. B. Gardenier, Died, June 26, 1850, at Dardanelle Springs, Ark., 

aged 42. 
Crafts J. Wright, Died, July 23, 1883, at Chicago, 111., aged 75. 
James W. Penrose, Died, Jan. 1, 1849, at Plattsburg, N. Y., aged 49. 
Philip R. Van Wyck, Drowned, June — , 1832, Tennessee River, aged 25. 

1829. 

Charles Mason, Died, Feb. 25, 1882, at Burlington, Iowa, aged 77. 
Robert E. Lee, Died, Oct. 12, 1870, at Lexington, Va., aged 64. 
William H. Harford, Died, Jan. 19, 1836, at New Orleans, La., aged 29. 
J. Allen Smith Izard, Died, July 26, 1879, at Richfield Springs. N. Y., 

aged 69. 
James Barnes, Died, Feb. 12, 1869, at Springfield, Mass., aged 63. 
Catharinus P. Buckingham, 669 Fullerton Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Joseph Smith Bryce, Newport, B. I. 

John Mackay, Died, May 31, 1848, at Savannah, Ga., aged 48. 
Charles W. Hackley, Died, Jan. 10, 1861, at New York City, aged 53. 
Miner Knowlton, Died, Dec. 24, 1870, at Burlington, N. J., aged 66. 
John C. Casey, Died, Dec. 25, 1856, at Fort Brooke, Fla., aged 47. 
William R. 3IcKee, Killed, Feb. 23, 1847, at Buena Vista, Mexico, 

aged 39. 
Joseph E. Johnston, Bichmond, Va. 

John F. Kennedy, Died, May 19, 1837, at Charleston, S. C, aged 30. 
O. McKnight Mitchel, Died, Oct. 30, 1862, at Beaufort, S. C, aged 53. 
Gustavus Brown, Died, July 12, 1832, at Fort Dearborn, 111., aged 23. 
Sidney Burbank, Died, Dec. 7, 1882, at Newport, Ky., aged 75. 
William Hoffman, Died, Aug. 12, 1884, at Bock Island, 111., aged 76. 
Charles Petigru, Died, Oct. 6, 1835, at Apalachicola, Fla., aged 29. 
Franklin E. Hunt, Died, Feb. 2, 1881, at Leavenworth, Ks., aged 72. 
Lancaster P. Lupton, Green Point, Humboldt Co., Cal. 
Seth Eastman, Died, Aug. 31, 1875, at Washington, D. C, aged 68. 
Thomas Swords, Died, March 20, 1886, at New York, N. Y., aged 79. 
Albemarle Cady, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 
Thomas A. Davies, 610 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 
Albert G. Blanchard, 632 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, La. 
Chileab S. Howe, Okolona, Miss. 

Caleb C. Sibley, Died, Feb. 19, 1875, at Chicago, 111., aged 69. 
James H. Wright, Died, Sept. 21, 1830, at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri, 

aged 24. 
George A. Sterling, Died, Oct. 17, 1869, at Sharon, Conn., aged 59. 
Joseph H. Pawling, Died, July 9, 1847, at Doylestown, Pa., aged 39. 
Antes Snyder, Died, Dec. 18, 1861, at Pottstown, Pa., aged 55. 
William H Warfield, Died, March 26, 1857, near Sykesville, Md., aged 49. 
James Clark, Died, Sept. 9, 1885, at Georgetown, D. C, aged 82. 
James Allen, Died, Aug. 23, 1826, at Fort Leavenworth, Ks., aged 40. 
Jonathan Freeman, Died, — , 1854, at Jonesboro, 111., aged 45. 
John P. Davis. (History after 1845 unknown.) 

George R. J. Bowdoin, Died, March 14, 1870, at London, Eng., aged 60. 
Edwin R. Long, Died, March 11, 1846, at Detroit, Mich., aged 36. 
Benjamin W. Brice, Brig.-Gen. U. S. Army, (retired). 
Bobert W. Burnet, Cincinnati, Ohio. 



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REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 13 

James S. Moore, Died, July 25, 1869, at Warrior Stand, Ala., aged 63. 
Charles O. May, Died, Jan. 19, 1830, at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., aged 21. 
Theophilus H. Holmes, Died, June 20, 1880, at Fayetteville, N. C, aged 75. 
Edward R. Williams, Vermillionville, 111. 
Richard B. Screven, Died, May 15, 1851, at New Orleans, La., aged 43. 

1830. 

Alexander J. Swift, Died, April 24, 1847, at New Orleans, La., aged 37. 

W. E, Basinger f Killed, Dec. 28, 1835, at Dade's Massacre, aged 29. 

Walter S. Chandler, Drowned, Jan. 25, 1835, in Mobile Bay, Ala., aged 25. 

Francis Vinton, Died, Sept. 29, 1872, at Brooklyn, L. I., aged 63. 

William N. Pendleton, Died, Jan. 15, 1883, at Lexington, Va., aged 70. 

George W. Lawson, Died, — , 1832, at Clinton, La., aged 22. 

Thomas J. Lee, Engineer Office, Washington, D. C. 

John W. Barry, Died, June 2, 1837, at Lexington, Ky., aged 27. 

Thomas B. Linnard, Died, April 24, 1851, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 40. 

Benjamin Pool, Died, Nov. 9, 1839, at St. Augustine, Ela., aged 29. 

S. H. Drum, Killed, Sept. 13, 1847, at the Belen Gate, Mex., aged 40. 

James H. Prentiss, Died, Sept. 22, 1848, ac Port Polk, Tex., aged 39. 

Robert H. K. Whiteley, Colonel U. S. Army, (retired). 

Edwin Rose, Died, Jan. 13, 1864, at Jamaica, N. Y., aged 57. 

John B. Magruder, Died, Feb. 19, 1871, at Houston, Tex., aged 64. 

Albert T. Bledsoe, Died, Dec. 8, 1877, at Baltimore, Md., aged 68. 

John S. Stoddard. (History since 1860 unknown.) 

James W. Murray, Killed by accident, Feb. 14, 1831, at Fort Gibson, I. 

T., aged 20. 
James West, Died, Sept. 28, 1834, at Fort Gibson, I. T., aged 25. 
James M. Hill, Died, Jan. 29, 1849, at Baltimore, Md., aged 41. 
Samuel Kinney, Died, Dec. 3, 1835, at Fort Gibson, I. T., aged 30, 
Jesse H. Leavenworth, Mariette, Wis. 

Meriwether L. Clark, Died, Oct. 28, 1881, at Frankfort, Ky., aged 72. 
John T. Collinsworth, Died, Jan. 28, 1837, at — , Texas, aged 28. 
Lloyd J. Beall, Richmond, Va. 

William C. Heyward, Died, Sept. 1, 1863, at Charleston, S. C, aged 55. 
Joseph Ritner, Died, Feb. 18, 1834, at Washington, Pa., aged 25. 
John H. K, Burgwin, Died, Feb. 7, 1847, of wounds received at 

Pueblo de Taos, N. M., aged 36. 
Thomas L. Alexander, Died, March 11, 1881, at Louisville, Ky., aged 73. 
James H. Taylor, Drowned, Oct. 17, 1835, in Cossitat River, I. T., aged 26. 
Robert C. Buchanan, Died, Nov. 29, 1878, at Washington, D. C, aged 67. 
Camillus C. Daviess, Died, — , 1842, at Stanford, Ky., aged 35. 
John S. Vanderveer, Died, June 4, 1879, at King City, Mo., aged 69. 
Thomas J. Royster, Died, Sept. 5, 1832, at Rock Island, 111., aged 24. 
George Wilson, Died, March 3, 1880, at Lexington, Mo., aged 71. 
George W. Patten, Died, April 28, 1882, at Houlton, Me., aged 74. 
William Eustis, 2125 DeLancey Place, Philadelphia, Pa. 
David A. Manning, Died, July 21, 1835, at Key West, Fla., aged 26. 
G. W. McClure, Died, July 21, 1834, at Cross Timbers, I. T., aged 25. 
Richard H. Ross, Died, Aug. 24, 1851, at Boston, Mass., aged 45. 
J. M. Clendenin, Died, Oct. 17, 1842, at Madison Barracks, N. Y., aged 33. 
Stephen B. Legate, Died, Nov. 12, 1835, at Fort Smith, Ark., aged 24. 

1831. 

Roswell Park, Died, July 16, 1869, near Chicago, 111., aged 62. 
Henry Clay&Killed, Feb. 23, 1847, at Buena Vista, Mex., aged 36. 
James Allen, Died, Oct. 26, 1817, at Windsor, N. C, aged 37. 
Henry E. Prentiss, Died, July 2, 1873, at Bangor, Maine, aged 64. 
Albert Miller Lea, Corsicana, Texas. 
Richard H. Peyton, Died, Nov. 11, 1839, at Tampa Bay, Fla., aged 28. 



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I4 REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

No. C. E. 

635 7 William A. Norton, Died, Sept. 21, 1883, at New Haven, Conn., aged 73. 

636 8 George W. Turner, Killed, Oct. 17. 1859, at Harper's Ferry, Va.. aged 49. 

637 9 Samuel C. Ridgely, Died, July 6, 1858, at Georgetown, D. C, aged 50. 

638 10 Samuel H. Miller, Died, Jan. 4, 1834, at — , aged 24. 

639 11 George H. Talcott, Died, June 8, 1854, at Indian Springs, Ga., aged 43. 

640 12 Jacob Ammen, Beltsville, Md. 

641 13 Andrew A. Humphreys, Died, Dec. 27, 1883, at Washington, D. C, aged 73. 

642 14 William H. Emory, Brig. -Gen. U. S. A. 

643 15 William Chapman, Lieut. -Col. U. S. A. (retired). 

644 16 Charles H. Barnard, Drowned, March 27, 1854, in Puget Sound, aged 43. 

645 17 Elbridge G. Eastman, Died, Oct. 6, 1834, at Fort Gibson, I. T., aged 26. 

646 18 Moses Scott, Died, — , 1858, at Brooklyn, N. Y., aged 46. 

647 19 Thomas J. McKean, Died, April 19, 1870, at Marion, la., aged 60. 

648 20 Henry Van Rensselaer, Died, March 23, 1864, at Cincinnati, O., aged 54. 

649 21 Edmund A. Ogden, Died, Aug. 3, 1855, at Fort Riley, Kan., aged 44. 

650 22 Lucius B. Northrup, Charlottesville, Va. 

651 23 E. F. Covington, Died, Oct. 14, 1838, at Bowling Green, Ky., aged 29. 

652 24 Horatio P. Van Cleve, Minneapolis, Minn. 

653 25 Bradford R. Alden, Died, Sept. 10, 1870, at Newport, R. I., aged 59. 

654 26 Thomas Stockton, Died, May 25, 1860, at Columbus, O., aged 50. 

655 27 Samuel R. Curtis, Died, Dec. 26, 1866, at Council Bluffs, Iowa, aged, 60. 

656 28 James S. Williams, Died, Sept. 7, 1871, at Staten Island, N. Y., aged 60. 

657 29 Ingham Wood, Died. Oct. 13, 1837, at Donaldsonville, La., aged 26. 

658 30 Frederick Wilkinson, Died, March 22, 1841, at New Orleans, La., aged 29. 

659 31 John G. Harvey, Greensboro, Ala., Editor Alabama Beacon. 

660 32 Charles Whittlesey, 1305 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, O. 

661 33 John Conrad, Died, Aug. 10, 1838, at James Island, Fla., aged 30. 

1832. 

662 1 George W. Ward, Died, Oct. 13, 1851, at Centreville, Cal., aged 43. 

663 2 Robert Percy Smith, Died, Oct. 4, 1847, at Natchez, Miss., aged 36. 

664 3 Benj. S. Ewell, New Orleans, La. 

665 4 George W. Cass, 52 W. 57th St., New York, N. Y. 

666 5 Jacob W. Bailey, Died, Feb. 26, 1857, at West Point, N. Y., aged 45. 

667 6 Philip St. George Cocke, Died, Dec. 26, 1861, in Powhattan Co., Va., 

aged 53. 

668 7 Henry G. Sill, Dred, Dec. 1, 1835, at Washington, D. C, aged 25 

669 8 Joseph C. Vance, KiUed by accident, Sept. 9, 1840, near Wheeling, Va., 

aged 30. 

670 9 George Watson. (History since 1860 unknown). 

671 10 Erasmus D. Keyes, San Francisco, Cal. 

672 11 Franklin McDuffee, Died, July 15, 1832, at Fort Dearborn, 111., aged 22. 

673 12 Lewis Howell, Died, Sept. 23, 1854, at Baltimore, Md., aged 43. 

674 13 William Wall, Died, Aug. 13, 1847, at Puebla, Mex., aged 39. 

675 14 John N. Macomb, Col. U. S. A. (retired). 

676 15 Edward Deas, Drowned, May 16, 1849, in the Bio Grande, Tex., aged 37. 

677 3 6 John E. Bracket, Died, Jan. 25, 1855, at Bock Island, 111., aged 42. 

678 17 Ward B. Burnett, Died, July 5, 1884, at Washington, D. C, aged 74. 

679 18 James H. Simpson, Died, March 1, 1883, at St. Paul, Minn., aged 70. 

680 19 Alfred Brush, Died, April 12, 1870, at Detroit, Mich., aged 59. 

681 20 Richard G. Fain, Rogersville, Tenn. 

682 21 Henderson K. Yoakum, Died, Nov. 29, 1856, at Houston, Tex., aged 46. 

683 22 Tench Tilghman, Died, Dec. 22, 1874, at Baltimore, Md., aged 64. 

684 23 William H, Pettes, Near Buffalo, N. Y. 

685 24 Theophilus F. J. Wilkinson, Died, Aug. 4, 1840, at — , aged 29. 

686 25 Lorenzo Sitgreaves, Lieut. -Col. IT. S. A. (retired). 

687 26 George B. Crittenden, Died, Nov. 27, 1880, at Danville, Ky., aged 67. 

688 27 Jacob Brown, Died, Oct. 24, 1841, at St. Augustine, Fla., aged 29. 

689 28 Daniel P. Whiting, Lieut. -Col. U. S. A. (retired). 

690 29 Randolph B. Marcy, Brig.-Gen. U. S- A. (retired). 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 15 

No. C.E. 

691 30 James P. Hardin, Died, Aug. 26, 1842, at Bardstown, Ky., aged 31. 

692 31 Thomas M. Hill, Died, July 10, 1838, at Bath, Me., aged 27. 

693 32 Roger S. Dix, Died, Jan. 7. 1849, at Hillsborough, Pa., aged 38. 

694 33 Robert H Archer, Died. Aug. 11, 1875, near Washington, D. C, aged 63. 

695 34 James V. Bomford, Col. U. S. A. (retired). 

696 35 Kichard C. Gatlin, Fort Smith, Ark. 

697 36 William H. Storer, Died, Aug. 21, 1878, at Gorham, Me., aged 67. 

698 37 George H Griffin, Died, Oct. 8, 1839, at Tampa, Fla., aged 30. 

699 38 John Beach, Died. Aug. 31, 1874, at Agency City, Iowa, aged 62. 

700 39 William O. Kello, Died, Jan. 27, 1848, in Southampton Co., Va., aged 39. 

701 40 Henry Swartwout, Died, July 1, 1852, at Fort Meade, Fla., aged 41. 

702 41 Gaines B. Kingsbury, Died, Aug. 15, 1839, at — , Ind. Ter., aged 29. 

703 42 Humphrey Marshall, Died, March 28, 1872, at Louisville, Ky., aged 60. 

704 43 James M. Bowman, Died, July 21, 1839, at Fort Wayne, I. T., aged 31. 

705 44 Asbury Ury, Died, April 13, 1838, at Matanzas, Cuba, aged 29. 

706 45 Albert G. Edwards, St. Louis, Mo. 

1S33. 

707 1 Frederic A. Smith Died. Oct. 16, 1852, at Washington, D. C, aged 40. 

708 2 John G. Barnard, Died, May 14, 1882, at Detroit, Mich., aged 67. 

709 3 George W. Cullum, Col. U. S. A. (retired). 

710 4 Rufus King, Died, Oct. 13, 1876, at New York City, aged 63. 

711 5 Francis H. Smith, Supt. Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va. 

712 6 Williavn H Sidell, Died, July 1, 1873, at New York City, aged 63. 

713 7 David B. Harris, Died, Oct. 10, 1864, at Charleston, S. C, aged 50. 

714 8 Roswell W. Lee, Died, Dec. 20, 1873, at Bonham, Tex., aged 63. 

715 9 Wm. W. S. Bliss, Died, Aug. 5, 1853, at East Pascagoula, Miss., aged 38. 

716 10 Erastus A. Capron, Killed, Aug. 20, 1847, at Cherubusco, Mexico, 

aged 37. 

717 11 Isaiah Garrett, Died, May 5, 1874, at Monroe, La., aged 61. 

718 12 John H. Miller, Died, Sept. 12, 1850, at Cooksville, Pa., aged 40. 

719 13 David E. Hale, Died, April 30, 1839, at Plattsburgh, N. Y., aged 24. 

720 14 Robert R. Mudge, Killed, Dec. 28, 1835, at Dade's Massacre, Florida, 

aged 26. 

721 15 John A. Thomas, Died, March 26, 1858, at Paris, France, aged 47. 

722 16 J. Lucius Davis, Died, May 11, 1871, near Buckingham C. H., Virginia, 

aged 58. 

723 17 Edmund Schriver, Colonel U. S. A., (retired). 

724 18 Henry Waller, Cor. Clark and Washington Streets, Chicago, 111. 

725 19 John H. Allen, St. Mary's, Befugio Co., Texas. 

726 20 Alex. E. Shiras, Died. April 14, 1875, at Washington, D. C, aged 63. 

727 21 Henry Du Pont, Wilmington, Del. 

728 22 Benjamin Alrord, Died, Oct. 16, 1884, at Washington, B.C.. aged 71. 

729 23 George D. Dimon, Died, Sept. 16, 1834, at Fort Crawford, Wis., aged 23. 

730 24 Isaac R. D. Burnett. Died, May 15, 1846, at Detroit, Mich., aged 35. 

731 25 Jacob E. Blake, Killed by accident, May 9, 1846, at Palo Alto, Texas, 

aged 34. 

732 26 John L. Hooper. Died, — , 1840, at sea, aged 26. 

733 27 Joel Riggs, Died, Nov. 13, 1865, at Montgomery, Ala., aged 53. 

734 28 John W. McCrabb, Died, Nov. 6, 1839, at St. Augustine, Fla., aged 29. 

735 29 Henry W. Wessells, Lieut. -Col. U. S. A. (retired). 

736 30 John P. Center, Killed, Dec. 25, 1837, at Okee-cho-bee, Fla., aged 29. 

737 31 George H. Pegram, Died, Sept. 9, 1854, at Elizabethtown, N. J., aged 44. 

738 32 Abraham C. Myers, 1602 K St., Washington, D. C. 

739 33 George H. Ringgold, Died, April 4, 1864, at San Francisco, Cal., aged 50. 

740 34 Daniel Buggies. Fredricksburg, Va. 

741 35 James W. Anderson, Died, Aug. 22, 1847, of wounds received at 

Cherubusco, Mex., aged 35. 

742 36 James McClure, Died, April 5, 1838, at Fort Brookes, Fla., aged 26. 

743 37 J. Chester Reid, Died, Nov. 17, 1845, at Wheeling, Va., aged 31. 



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745 


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40 


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748 


42 


749 


43 



REGISTER OE GRADUATES, 

Thomas Johns, Died, June 18, 1882, at Cumberland, Md., aged 70. 
Benjamin E. DuBose. (History since 1836 unknown.) 
Joseph P. Harrison, Died, Oct. 11, 1839, at New Orleans, La., aged 27. 
Henry L. Scott, Died, Jan. 6, 1886, at New York, N. Y., aged 72. 
Augustine F. Seat on, Died, Nov. 18, 1835, at Fort Gibson, I. T., aged 25. 
Nathaniel W. Hunter, Died, April 25, 1849, at Charleston, S. C, aged 38. 

1834. 

William D. Fraser, Died, July 27, 1856, at Key West, Fla., aged 42. 
John Sanders, Died, July 29, 1858, at Fort Delaware, Del., aged 48. 
Harrison Loughborough. Died. July 20, 1836, in Shelby Co., Ky., aged 23. 
Thomas A. Morris, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kobert T. P. Allen, Orlando, Orange Co., Fla. 
James Duncan, Died, July 3, 1849, at Mobile, Ala., aged 36. 
Epaphras Kibby, Died, Sept. 15, 1839, at Mobile, Ala., aged 28. 
William T. Stockton. Died, March 4, 1869, at Quincey, Fla., aged 56. 
JohnF. Lee, Died, June 17, 1884, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 71. 
Charles A. Fuller, U. S. Asst. Engineer, Appleton, Wis. 
Ctirran Pope, Died, Nov. 5, 1862, at Danville, Ky., of wounds re- 
ceived at Perryville, Ky., aged 49. 
Charles B. Chalmers. (History after 1838 unknown.) 
John E. Henderson, Died, July 4, 1836, at Washington, D. C, aged 23. 
Morris S. Miller, Died, March 11, 1870, at New Orleans, La., aged 56. 
William G. Freeman, Died, Nov. 12, 1866, at Cornwall, Pa., aged 51. 
Louis A. B. Walbach, Died, June 26, 1853, near Baltimore, Md., aged 39. 
James F. Cooper, Died, Oct. 14, 1869, at Atlanta, Ga., aged 55. 
Gabriel R. Paul. Died. May 5, 1886, at Washington, D. C, aged 85. 
George P. Field, Killed, Sept. 21, 1846, at Monterey, Mex., aged 33. 
Cary H. Fry, Died. March 5, 1873, at San Francisco, Cal., aged 59. 
Henry S. Turner, Died, Dec. 16, 1881, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 70. 
Seneca G, Simmons, Killed, June 30, 1862, at Glendale, Va., aged 53. 
Thomas O. Barnwell. Died, Feb. 4, 1879, at Beaufort, S. C, aged 64. 
Henry McKavett, Killed, Sept. 21, 1846, at Monterey, Mex., aged 32. 
Goode Bryan, Augusta, Ga. 
Joseph L. Coburn, Chicago, 111. 

James G. Reed, Died, Feb. 23, 1856, at Gettysburg, Pa., aged 42. 
Philip K. Barbour, Killed. Sept. 21, 1846, at Monterey, Mex., aged 33. 
Arnold Harris, Died, April 2, 1866, at Midway, Ky., aged 56. 
Richard S. Smith, Died, Jan. 23, 1877, at Annapolis, Md., aged 64. 
Eustace Robinson, Died. Dec. 7, 1859, at Kichmond, Va., aged 47. 
William Scott Ketchum, Died, June 28, 1871, at Baltimore, Md., aged 58. 
Forbes Britton. Died, Feb. 14, 1861, at Austin, Tex., aged 49. 
John Graham, Died, July 20, 1841, at Talahassee, Fla., aged 27. 
William H. Price, Delaware Co., Pa. 
Alexander Montgomery, Lieut. -Col. U. S. A. (retired). 

1835. 

786 1 George W. Morell, Died, Feb. 12, 1883, at Scarborough, West Chester 
Co., N. Y.. aged 68. 
Charles H. Bigelow, Died, April 15, 1862, at New Bedford, Mass., aged 47. 
John H. Martindale, Died. Dec. 13. 1881, at Nice, France, aged 66. 
Charles J. "Whiting. (History since Jan. 1, 1871, unknown.) 
George M. Legate, Died, — , 1838, at — , aged 22. 
Alfred Herbert, Baltimore, Md. 
Arnoldus V. Brumby, Atlanta, Ga. 
Joseph Roberts, Col. TJ. S. A. (retired). 
Horace Brooks, Col. IT. S. A. (retired). 
James M. Morgan, Died, Sept. 20, 1853, at Baton Rouge, La., aged 40. 



750 


1 


751 


2 


752 


3 


753 


4 


754 


5 


755 


6 


756 


7 


757 


8 


758 


9 


759 


10 


760 


11 


761 


12 


762 


13 


763 


14 


764 


15 


765 


16 


766 


17 


767 


18 


768 


19 


769 


20 


770 


21 


771 


22 


772 


23 


773 


24 


774 


25 


775 


26 


776 


27 


777 


28 


778 


29 


779 


30 


780 


31 


781 


32 


782 


33 


783 


34 


784 


35 


785 


36 



787 


2 


788 


3 


789 


4 


790 


5 


791 


6 


792 


7 


793 


8 


794 


9 


795 


10 






REGISTER OE GRADUATES. 17 

Robert M. Renick, Died, Jan. 10, 1875, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 62. 

jB. Henderson, Killed, Dec. 28, 1835, at Dade's Massacre, Fla., aged 24. 

James N. Ellis, Died, Nov. 14, 1839, at Richmond, Va., aged 23. 

John L. Keais, Killed, Dec. 28, 1835, at Dade's Massacre, Fla., aged 24. 

William S. Brown, Drowned, Aug. 30, 1852, in Broad River, S. C, aged 37. 

Henry L. Kendrick, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

James H. Stokes, Chicago, 111. 

Montgomery Blair, Died, July 27, 1883, at Silver Springs, Md., aged 70. 

George G. Meade, Died, Nov. 6, 1872, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 57. 

William H. Betts, Died, — , 1840, at — , Ala., aged 25. 

George G. Waggaman, Died, Sept. 9, 1884, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 69. 

Weightman K. Hanson, Died, July 21 , 1844, at Washington, D. C, aged 28. 

Henry M. Naglee, Died, March 5, 1886, at San Francisco, Cal., aged 71. 

Archibald Campbell, Washington, D. C. 

Alexander S. Macomb, Died, May 8, 1876, at New York City, aged 62. 

John H. Hanley, Killed, May 26, 1836, at Fort Leavenworth, Ks., aged 22. 

William H. Griffin, Died, March 28, 1871, at Houston, Texas, aged 56. 

AWm R. Johnston, Killed, Dec. 6, 1846, at SanPasqual, Cal., aged 31. 

Peter C. Gaillard, Treasurer of Charleston, S. C. 

Henry Prince, Lieut. -Col. U. S. A. (retired). 

Herman Haupt, 245 North Seventeenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Samuel M. Plummer, Died, Oct. 17, 1851, at Fort Merrill, Tex., aged 39. 

Alexander M. Mitchell, Died, Feb. 28, 1861, at St. Joseph, Mo., aged 48. 

A. H. Tappan, Died, — , 1852, at Alton, 111., aged 39. 

William H. DeForest, Died, Nov. 10, 1864, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 52. 

Philip R. Thompson, Died, June 24, 1857, in the Gulf of Mexico, aged 45. 

William M. D. McKissack, Died, Jan. 27, 1849, at Pittsburg, Pa., aged 36. 

S. Theodore Tibbatts, Died, Dec. 29, 1838, at Louisville, Ky., aged 26. 

James M. Wells. (History after 1849 unknown.) 

William S. Henry, Died, March 5, 1851, at New York City, aged 34. 

John M. Scott, Died, Oct. 26, 1850, at Frankfort, Ky., aged 38. 

George W. Shaw, Died, Sept. 13, 1854, at Ripley, O., aged 40. 

Joseph H. Eaton, Major U. S. A. (retired). 

Jones M. Withers, Mobile, Ala. 

Isaac V. D. Reeve, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

John W. Scott, Died, Jan. 5, 1859, at Ozooville, Cal., aged 45. 

Larkin Smith, Died, Dec. 3, 1884, at San Antonio, Texas, aged 71. 

Marsena R. Patrick, Superintendent Soldiers' Home, Dayton, 0. 

Thomas B. Arden, Ardenia, near Garrison's, N. Y. 

Joseph H. Whipple, Died, June 30, 1847, at Perote, Mex., aged 36. 

Lucius Bradbury, Died, June 25, 1850, at Eastport, Me., aged 36. 

Robert A. Wainright, Died, Dec. 22, 1866, at Benicia Arsenal, California, 

aged 52. 
Benjamin S. Roberts, Died, Jan. 29, 1875, at Washington, D. C, aged 64. 
William N. Grier, Died, July 8, 1885, at Napa City, Cal., aged 70. 
Thomas L. Brent, Died, Jan. 13, 1858, at Fort Leavenworth, Ks., aged 44. 
Hugh McLeod, Died, Jan. 2, 1861, at Dumfries, Va., aged 48. 

1836. 

George L. Welcker, Died, May 24, 1848, at Savannah, Ga., aged 36. 
James L. Mason, Died, Sept. 5, 1853, at San. Francisco, Cal., aged 36. 
Danville Leadbetter, Died, Sept. 26, 1866, at Clifton, Can., aged 54. 
Joseph R. Anderson, 113 West Franklin Street, Richmond, Va. 
Montgomery C. Meigs, Brig.-Gen. U. S. A. (retired). 
David P. Woodbury, Died, Aug. 15, 1864, at Key West, Fla., aged 51. 
Fisher A. Lewis, Rippon P. O., W. Va. 

Sain. J. Bransford, Killed, Nov. 3, at West Point, N. Y., aged 26. 
Augustus P. Allen, Died, Sept. 1, 1841, at Fort Jesup, La., aged 26. 
William H. Warner, Killed, Sept. 26, 1849, in the Sierra Nevada, 
aged 37. 
852 11 Barnabas Conkling, Died, April 18, 1839, at Fort Niagara, N. Y., aged 27. 



No. - 


C.R. 


796 


11 


797 


12 


798 


13 


799 


14 


800 


15 


801 


16 


802 


17 


803 


18 


804 


19 


805 


20 


806 


21 


807 


22 


808 


23 


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24 


810 


25 


811 


26 


812 


27 


813 


28 


814 


29 


815 


30 


816 


31 


817 


32 


818 


33 


819 


34 


820 


35 


821 


36 


822 


37 


823 


38 


824 


39 


825 


40 


826 


41 


827 


42 


828 


43 


829 


44 


830 


45 


831 


46 


832 


47 


833 


48 


834 


49 


835 


50 


836 


51 


837 


52 


838 


53 


839 


54 


840 


55 


841 


56 


842 


1 


843 


2 


844 


3 


845 


4 


846 


5 


847 


6 


848 


7 


849 


8 


850 


9 


851 


10 



18 REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 



William B. Wallace, Died, Nov. 9, 1841, at Bickmond, Va., aged 24. 

Marlborough Churchill, 58 West Twenty-third Street, New York, N. Y. 

David P. DeWitt, 448 Madison Avenue, New York City. 

James Lowry Donaldson, Died, Nov. 4, 1885, at Baltimore, Md., aged 71. 

John P. J. O'Brien, Died, March 31, 1850, at Indianola, Tex., aged 32. 

Roland A. Luther, Died. July 9, 1853, at New Holland, Pa., aged 38. 

Thomas W. Sherman, Died, March 16, 1879, at Newport, B. I., aged 66. 

John F. Roland, Died, Jept. 28, 1852, at Castle Pinckney, S. C, aged 35. 

Charles B. Sing, Died, Feb. 28, 1878, at Brooklyn, N. Y., aged 63. 

Alex. P. Crittenden, Died, Nov. 5, 1870, at San Francisco, Cal., aged 55. 

Henry H. Lockwood, Georgetown, D. C. 

Chris. A. Greene, Died, Nov. 28, 1853, near Providence, B. I., aged 37. 

John W. Phelps, Died, Feb. 2, 1885, at Brattleboro, Vt., aged 72. 

Peter V. Hagner, Col. U. S. A. (retired). 

Muscoe L. ShacMeford, Died, Oct. 12. 1847, at City of Mexico, of 

wounds received at Molino del Bey, Mex., aged 34. 
Christopher 0. Tompkins, Died, May 28, 1877, at Bichmond, Va., aged 64. 
M. J. Burke, Killed, Aug. 20, 1847, at Cherubusco, Mex., aged 30. 
John W. Judson, Died, May 30, 1878, at Oswego, N. Y., aged 67. 
I. Carle Woodruff, Died, Dec. 10, 1878, at Tompkinsville, Staten Island, 

N. Y., aged 63. 
William B. Arven, Died, Oct. — , 1863, at Newark, O., aged 49. 
John S. Hathervay, Died, March 31, 1853, at New York City, aged 39. 
Bobert Allen, Died, Aug. 5, 1886, at Geneva, Switzerland, aged 74. 
William Frazer, Died, June 27, 1844, at Lancaster, Pa., aged 28. 
George C. Thomas, Died, Dec. 2, 1882, at Georgetown, D. C, aged 70. 
Arthur B. Lansing, Died, Deb. 9, 1880, at New York City, aged 63. 
Charles B, Daniels, Died, October 27, 1847, at City of Mexico, of 

wounds received at Molino del Bey, Mex., aged 30. 
William Mock, Petaluma, Cal. 
Robert F. Baker. (History after 1844 unknoAvn.) 

Charles HosMns, Killed, Sept. 21, 1846, at Monterey, Mex., aged 32. 
Samuel Whitehorn, Died, Nov. 2, 1840, at Fort Winnebago, Wis., aged 34. 
Collinson R. Gates, Died, June 28, 1849, at Fredericksburg, Tex., aged 33. 
Marcus C. M. Hammond, Died, January 23, 1876, at Beach Island, S. C, 

aged 61. 
Richard G. Stockton, Died, June 14, 1874, at Cape Girardeau, Missouri, 

aged 59. 
Thomas P. Chiffele, Washington, D. C, Q. M. Dept. 
Lloyd Tilghman, Killed, May 16, 1863, at Baker's Creek, Mississippi, 

aged 47. 
Thomas Me Crate, Died, Sept. 18, 1845, at Boston, Mass., aged 30. 
H C. Moorhead, Died, April 15, 1861, near Philadelphia, Pa., aged 46. 
Charles H. E. Spoor, Died, Jan. 26, 1838, at Lockport, N. Y., aged 26. 

1837. 

Henry W. Benham, Died, June 1, 1884, at New York, N. Y., aged 71. 

J, W. Gunnison, Killed, Oct. 26, 1853, at Sevier Lake, Utah, aged 42. 

Edwin W. Morgan, Died, April 16, 1869, at Bethlehem, Pa., aged 55. 

John Bratt, Garrison, N. Y. 

Braxton Bragg, Died, Sept. 27, 1876, at Galveston, Tex., aged 59. 

Alexander B. Dyer, Died, May 20, 1874, at Washington, D. C, aged 59. 

William W. Chapman, Died, Sept. 27, 1859, at Fort Monroe, Va., aged 45. 

William W. Maekall. (History since 1866 unknown.) 

E. Parker Scammon, South Orange, N. J. 

Lewis G. Arnold, Died, Sept. 22, 1871, at South Boston, Mass., aged 55. 

Israel Vogdes, Col. U. S. A. (retired). 

Thofnas Williams, Killed, Aug. 5, 1862, at Baton Bouge, La., aged 47. 

Bobert T. Jones, Killed, May 31, 1862, at Fair Oaks, Va., aged 46. 

Francis Woodbridge, Died, Oct. 20, 1855, at Bar. Barracks, Fla., aged 39. 



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O.R 


853 


12 


854 


13 


855 


14 


856 


15 


857 


16 


858 


17 


859 


18 


860 


19 


861 


20 


862 


21 


863 


22 


864 


23 


865 


24 


866 


25 


867 


26 


868 


27 


869 


28 


870 


29 


871 


30 


872 


31 


873 


32 


874 


33 


875 


34 


876 


35 


877 


36 


878 


37 


879 


38 


880 


39 


881 


40 


882 


41 


883 


42 


884 


43 


885 


44 


886 


45 


887 


46 


888 


47 


889 


48 


890 


49 


891 


1 


892 


2 


893 


3 


894 


4 


895 


5 


896 


6 


897 


7 


898 


8 


899 


9 


900 


10 


901 


11 


902 


12 


903 


13 


904 


14 



No. 


C.E. 


905 


15 


906 


16 


907 


17 


908 


18 


909 


19 


910 


20 


911 


21 


912 


22 


913 


23 


914 


24 


915 


25 


916 


26 


917 


27 


918 


28 


919 


29 


920 


30 


921 


31 


922 


32 


923 


33 


924 


34 


925 


35 


926 


36 


927 


37 


928 


38 


929 


39 


930 


40 


931 


41 


932 


42 


933 


43 


934 


44 


935 


45 


936 


46 


937 


47 


938 


48 


939 


49 


940 


50 


941 


1 


942 


2 


943 


3 


944 


4 


945 


5 


946 


6 


947 


7 


948 


8 


949 


9 


950 


10 


951 


11 


952 


12 


953 


13 


954 


14 


955 


15 


956 


16 


957 


17 


958 


18 


959 


19 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. i 9 

A. Park Gregory, Died, Nov. 19, 1840, at Jacksonville, Fla., aged 28. 

Edward D. Townsend, Brig.-Gen. U. S. A. (retired). 

William T. Martin, New Orleans, La. 

Jubal A. Early, New Orleans, La. 

Edmund Bradford. (History since 1866 unknown.) 

Henry C. Pratt, Died, Feb. 14, 1884, at Detroit, Mich., aged 70. 

Bennett H. Hill, Died, March 24, 1886, at Washington, D. C, aged 69. 

William H. French, Died, May 20, 1881, at Washington, D. C, aged 67. 

G. Taylor, Drowned, Dec. 24, 1853, in wreck of Steamer San Francisco, 

aged 37. 
John Sedgwick, Killed, May 9, 1864, at Spottsylvania, Va., aged 50. 
Joshua H. Bates, 27^ West Third Street, Cincinnati, 0. 
George C. Rodney, Died, Nov. 5, 1839, at St. Augustine, Fla., aged 24. 
John C. Pemberton, Died, July 13, 1881, at Penllyn, Pa., aged 67. 
William Armstrong, Killed, Sept. 8, 1847, by explosion of enemy's 

magazine, at Molino del Bey, Mex., aged 32. 
Joseph Hooker, Died, Oct. 31, 1879, at Garden City, L. I., aged 64. 
John M. Harvie, Died, Sept. 7, 1841, at Cedar Keys, Fla., aged 25. 
Charles F. Wooster, Died, Feb. 14, 1856, at Fort Brown, Tex., aged 39. 
Arthur M. Rutledge, Died, June 17, 1876, at Savannah, Tenn., aged 59. 
Arnold Elsey, Died, Feb. 21, 1871, at Baltimore, Md., aged 54. 
Edward J. Steptoe, Died, April 1, 1865, near Lynchburg, Va., aged 49. 
William H. Fowler, Died, Sept. 4, 1851, at Fort Myers, Fla., aged 35. 
Samuel Woods, Col. U. S. A. (retired). 
Bobert M. McLane, Baltimore, Md. 

W. Sherwood, Killed, Dec. 28, 1840, near Fort Micanopy, Fla., aged 25. 
John B. S. Todd, Died, Jan. 5, 1872, at Yankton, D. T., aged 57. 
James R. Soley, Died, Oct. 31, 1845, at Troy, N. Y., aged 29. 
Samuel D. J. Moore, Prof. Math., Mars Hill College, Florence, Ala. 
Randolph Ridgely, Killed by accident, Oct. 27, 1846, at Monterey, Mex., 

aged 31. 
Francis O. Wyse, Lieut. -Col. U. S. A. (retired). 

William G. Grandin, Died, Aug. 4, 1863, at Washington, D. C. aged 46. 
Nevil Hopson, Died, — , 1847, at — , Tex., aged 32. 
W. H. T. Walker, Killed, July 22, 1864, at Atlanta, Ga., aged 47. 
Levi P. Davidson, Died, June 27, 1842, at Saratoga, N. Y., aged 25. 
Robert H. Chilton, Died, Feb. 18, 1879, at Columbus, Ga., aged 63. 
William Hardia, Died, March 4, 1842, at Covington, Ky., aged 28. 
Franklin Saunders, Died, Feb. 4, 1856, near Baltimore, Md., aged 38. 

1838. 

William H. Wright, Died, Dec. 29, 1845, at Wilmington, N. C, aged 31. 
Peter G. T. Beauregard, New Orleans, La. 

James H. Trapier, Died, Jan. 2, 1866, at Mansfield, S. C, aged 51. 
Stephen H. Campbell, Died, Jan. 1, 1845, at Jacksonville, Fla., aged 30. 
Jeremiah M. Scarritt, Died, June 22, 1854, at Key West, Fla., aged 37. 
A. H. Dearborn, Died, Feb. 26, 1853, at Mt. Vernon Arsenal, Ala., aged 35. 
John T. Metcalfe, Physician, 18 West Thirtieth Street, New York City. 
Thomas Casey, Died, Jan. 20, 1847, near San Antonio, Tex., aged 27. 
Isaac S. K. Reeves, Died, Feb. 22, 1851, at Flushing, N. Y., aged 32. 
Buckner Board, St. Louis, Mo. 

William B. Blair, Died, March 23, 1883, at Lexington, Va., aged 67. 
Thos. Lee Ringgold, Died, May 11, 1854, at Washington, D. C, aged 36. 
James M. Ketchum, Died, June 8, 1844, at Cincinnati, O., aged 26. 
Henry C. Wayne, Died, March 16, 1883, at Savannah, Ga., aged 69. 
Lucius Pitkin, Died, Oct. 12, 1867, at New York City, aged 56. 
William H Shover, Died, Sept. 7, 1850, at West Point, N. Y., aged 36. 
William F. Barry, Died, July 18, 1879, at Fort McHenry, aged 60. 
Milton A. Haynes. (History since 1886 unknown.) 
William A. Nichols, Died, April 8, 1869, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 51. 



2o REGISTER OE GRADUATES. 



John C. Fletcher, McConnellsburg, Pa. 

Leslie Chase, Died, April 15, 1849, at Fort Johnston, N. C, aged 33. 

Lang don C. Easton, Died, April 29, 1884, at New York, N. Y., aged 70. 

Irvin McDowell, Died, May 4, 1885, at San Francisco, Cal., aged 67. 

Rowley S. Jennings, Died, Nov. 12, 1839, at St. Augustine, Fla., aged 24. 

William Austine, Major U. S. A. (retired). 

William J. Hardee, Died, Nov. 6, 1863, at Wytheville, Va., aged 58. 

Hamilton W. Merrill, 126 East Sixtieth Street, New York City. 

Robert S. Granger, Col. TJ. S. A. (retired). 

Owen P. Ransom, Died, Jan. 10, 1880, at Newport Barracks, Ky., aged 62. 

John H Matthews, Died, Aug. 15, 1838, at Camp Worth, Tenn., aged 20. 

Henry H. Sibley, Died, Aug. 23, 1886, at Fredericksburg, Va., aged 70. 

Edward Johnson, Died, Feb. 22, 1873, at Richmond, Va., aged 57. 

Ripley A. Arnold, Murdered, September 6, 1853, at Fort Graham, Tex., 

aged 36. 
Constant Freeman, Died, Nov. 17, 1839, at Fort Wayne, I. T., aged 22. 
Alexander W. Reynolds, Died, May 26, 1876, at Alexandria, Egypt, 

aged 60. 
Andrew J. Smith, St. Louis, Mo. 
Charles J. Hughes, Died, Aug. 22, 1839, at Fort Frank Brooke, Florida, 

aged 22. 
William Hnlbert, Killed, May 2, 1839, near Fort Frank Brooke, Fla.. 

aged 23. 
Robert M. Cochran, Killed, Feb. 24, 1847, near Ramos, Mex., aged 29. 
Justus McKinstry, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Ferdinand S. Mumford, Died, October 1, 1872, at San Francisco, Cal., 

aged 54. 
Carter L. Stevenson, Fredericksburg, Va. 
Richard H. Graham, Died, Oct. 12, 1846, of wounds received at 

Monterey, Mex., aged 29. 
Charles F. Ruff, Died, Oct. 1, 1885, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 68. 
Zebnlon M. P. Inge, Killed, May 9, 1846, at Resaca de la Palma, 

Texas, aged 31. 

1839. 

Isaac I. Stevens, Killed, Sept. 1, 1862, at Chantilly, Va., aged 44. 
Robert Q. Butler, Died, April 3, 1843, at sea, aged 25. 
Henry W. Halleck, Died, Jan. 9, 1872, at Louisville, Ky., aged 57. 
Jeremy F. Gilmer, Died, Dec. 1, 1883, at Savannah, Ga., aged 67. 
Henry L. Smith, Died, Sept, 13, 1853, at Madison ville, La., aged 38. 
Michael S. Culbertson, Died, Aug. 25, 1862, at Shanghai, China, aged 44. 
George Thorn, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

Franklin D. Callender, Died, Dec. 15, 1882, at Daysville, 111., aged 66. 
Henry S. Burton, Died, April 4, 1869, at Newport, R. I., aged 51. 
Joseph A. Haskins, Died, Aug. 3, 1874, at Oswego, N. Y., aged 56. 
Henry D. Grafton, Died, April 13, 1855, at Davenport, la., aged 37. 
James L. Rankin, Killed by accident, Dec. 20, 1845, at Savannah, Ga., 

aged 28. 
Alexander R. Lawton, Savannah, Ga. 
Henry B. Judd, Major U. S. A. (retired). 
Lucius H. Allen, San Francisco, Cal. 
James B. Ricketts, Maj.-Gen. U. S. A. (retired). 
Edward O. C. Ord, Died, July 22, 1883, at Havanna, Cuba, aged 65. 
Joseph B. Boyd, Died, Aug. 17, 1845, at Nashville, Tenn., aged 27. 
Henry J. Hunt, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 
William Irvin. Died, Oct. — , 1852, at La Vaca, Tex., aged 33. 
William S. Smith, Died, Nov. 6, 1849, at Kingsbridge, N. Y., aged 30. 
Samuel K. Dawson, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 
Augustus A. Gibson, Lieut. -Col. U. S. A. (retired). 
Eleaser A. Paine, Died, Dec. 16, 1882, at Jersey City, N. J., aged 67. 



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20 


961 


21 


962 


22 


963 


23 


964 


24 


965 


25 


966 


26 


967 


27 


968 


28 


969 


29 


970 


30 


971 


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972 


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978 


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979 


39 


980 


40 


981 


41 


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42 


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984 


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45 



986 


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987 


2 


988 


3 


989 


4 


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6 


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7 


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994 


9 


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10 


996 


11 


997 


12 


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13 


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14 


1000 


15 


1001 


16 


1002 


17 


1003 


18 


1004 


19 


1005 


20 


1006 


21 


1007 


22 


1008 


23 


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24 



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1011 


26 


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27 


1013 


28 


1014 


29 


1015 


30 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 21 

Garrett Barry, Drowned, Sept. 2, 1860, in Lake Michigan, aged 41. 
Charles WicMiffe, Died, April 7, 1862, of wounds received at Shi- 

loh, Tenn., aged 43. 
Thomas Hunton, 15 Gravier Street, New Orleans, La. 
Edgar B. Gaither, Died, Sept. 18, 1855, at Columbia, Ky., aged 37. 
William H. Korn, Died, Sept. 24, 1842, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 28. 
Edward R. S. Canby, Killed by Modoc Indians, April 11, 1-873, 

Lava Beds, Ore., aged 56. 
1016 31 John H Hill, Died, July 29, 1847, at Puebla, Mex., aged 28. 

1840. 

Paul O. Hebert, Died, Aug. 29, 1880, New Orleans, La., aged 62. 
Charles P. Kingsbury, Died, Dec. 25, 1879, at Brooklyn, N. Y., aged 61. 
John McNutt, Died, March 28, 1881, at Paris, France, aged 62. 
William P. Jones, Killed by accident, Sept. 9, 1841, at Fort McHenrv, 

Md., aged 22. 
William Gilham, Died, Nov. 16, 1872, at Kichmond, Va., aged 5" 
William T. Sherman, General U. S. A. (retired). 
Job R. H. Lancaster, Killed by lightning, July 5, 1841, near Crystal 

River, Fla., aged 34. 
Wm. H. Churchill, Died, Oct. 19, 1847, at Point Isabel, Tex., aged 28. 
Stewart Van Vliet, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

John P. McCown, Died, Jan. 22, 1879, at Little Bock, Ark., aged 63. 
Francis N. Clarke, Died, August 13, 1866, at Tallahassee, Fla., aged 46. 
Geo. H. Thoiiias, Died, March 28, 1870, at San Francisco, Cal., aged 54. 
Richard S. Ewell, Died, Jan. 25, 1872, near Spring Hill, Tenn., aged 55. 
James G. Martin, Died, Oct. 4, 1878, at Ashville, N. C, aged 59. 
George W. Getty, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 
Horace B. Field, Drowned, Dec. 24, 1853, in wreck of Steamer San 

Francisco, aged 38. 
Henry Whiting, St. Clair, Mich. 
William Hays, Died, Feb. 7, 1875, at Fort Independence, Boston, Mass., 

aged 56. 
Fowler Hamilton, Died, Aug. 8, 1851. at San Saba River, Tex., aged 34. 
Bryant P. Tilden, Died, Dec. 27, 1859, at Olean, N. Y., aged 42. 
T. Higgins, Killed, Sept. 12, 1845, near Corpus Christi, Tex., aged 28. 
Oscar F. Winship, Died, Dec, 13, 1855, at Troy, N. Y., aged 38. 
Bushrod R. Johnson, Died, Sept. 29, 1880, at Brighton, 111., aged 62. 
Charles H. Humber, Died, Jan. 2, 1858, at Fort Smith, Ark., aged 42. 
James N. Caldwell, Died, March 12, 1886, at Carthage, O., aged 68. 
John W. T. Gardiner, Died, Sept. 27, 1879, at Gardiner, Me., aged 62. 
R. P. Campbell, Killed, June 27, 1862, at Gaines' Mill, Va., aged 44. 
Pinckney Lugenbeel, Died, March 18, 1886, at Detroit, Mich., aged 68. 
Henry Wardwell, Died, July 21, 1841, at Fort Dallas, Fla., aged 24. 
William Robertson, New Iberia, La. 

William Steele, Died, Jan. 12, 1885, at San Antonio, Tex., aged 66. 
Robert P. Maelay. (History since 1866 unknown.) 
Oliver L. Shepherd, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 
Henry D. Wallen, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 
S. J). Carpenter, Killed, Dec. 31, 1862, at Stone River, Tennessee, 

aged 44. 
Joseph L. Folsom, Died, July 19, 1855, at San Jose, Cal., aged 39. 
William G. Torrey. (History since 1845 unknown.) 
Daniel G. Rogers, Died, July 21, 1848, at Vera Cruz, Mex., aged 30. 
William B. Johns, Georgetown, D. C. 

I). 8. Irwin, Killed, Sept. 21, 1846, at Monterey, Mex., aged 26. 
Thomas Jordan, 61 Broadway, New York City. 
John I). Bacon, Died, Oct. 12, 1847, at City of Mexico, of wounds 

received at Cherubusco, aged 29. 



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1018 


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1019 


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1020 


4 


1021 


5 


1022 


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1023 


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1024 


8 


1025 


9 


1926 


10 


1027 


11 


1028 


12 


1029 


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1031 


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1032 


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1050 


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22 REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

No. C. B. 

1841. 

Zealous B. Tower, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

Horatio G. Wright, Brigadier- General U. S. A. (retired). 

Masillon Harrison, Died, Feb. 2, 1854, at Fort Schuyler, N. Y., aged 35. 

Smith Stansburg, Died, — , 1864, at St. Johns, N. B., aged 44. 

Amiel W. Whipple, Died, May 7, 1863, at Washington, D. C, of 
wounds received at Chancellorsville, Va., aged 46. 

Josiah Gorgas, Died, May 15, 1883, at Tuscaloosa, Ala., aged 65. 

Thomas J. Rodman, Died, June 7, 1871, at Bock Island, 111., aged 53. 

Albion P. Howe, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

Philip W. Macdonald, Died, Oct. 11, 1851, at New Orleans, La., aged 33. 

G. W. Ay res, Killed. Sept. 8, 1847, at Molino del Key, Mex., aged 30. 

Nat. Lyon, Killed, Aug. 10, 1861, at Wilson's Creek, Mo., aged 42. 

Joseph F. Irons, Died, Aug. 26, 1847, of wounds received at Cheru- 
busco, Mex., aged 26. 

Leonidas Jenkins, Died, Oct. 18, 1847, at Vera Cruz, Mex.. aged 28. 

John Love, Died, Jan. 29, 1881, at Indianapolis, Ind., aged 61. 

Harvey A. Allen, Died, Sept. 20, 1882, at Schraelenberg, N. J., aged 64. 

J. P. Garesche, Killed, Dec. 31, 1862, at Stone Biver, Tenn., aged 42. 

Sewell L. Fremont, Died, about May 1, 1886, at Memphis, Tennessee, 
aged 69. 

Samuel S. Anderson, Chicago, 111. 

Samuel Jones, Mattox, Amelia Co., Va. 

Simon S. Fahnestock, Died, June 15, 1876, at Washington, D. C, aged 57. 

Kichard P. Hammond, Pres. Board Police Com'rs, San Francisco, Cal. 

Joseph B. Plummer, Died, Aug. 9, 1862, near Corinth, Miss., aged 43. 

John M. Brannan, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

Schuyler Hamilton, No 17 West Twentieth Street, New York City. 

James Totten, Died, Oct. 2, 1871, at Sedalia, Mo., aged 53. 

John F. Reynolds, Killed, July 1, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa., aged 42. 

R. S. Garnett, Killed, July 13, 1861, at Carrick's Ford, West Va., 
aged 41. 

Robert B. Parker, Died, Sept. 13, 1842, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 23. 

Mich. B. Garnett, Killed, July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa., aged 44. 

Richard H. Bacot, Died, Aug. 17, 1862, at Winnsboro, S. C, aged 42. 

Claudius W. Sears, Oxford, Miss. 

Don Carlos Buell, Paradise, Ky. 

John G. JStirbank, Died, Sept. 10, 1847, of wounds received at Mo- 
lino del Rey, Mex., aged 28. 

Alfred Sully, Died, April 27, 1879, at Fort Vancouver, Washington Ter- 
ritory, aged 58. 

Franklin F. Flint, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

John Beardsley, Athens, N. Y. 

Patrick Calhoun, Died, June 4, 1858, at Pendleton, S. C, aged 37. 

Israel R. Richardson, Died, Nov. 3, 1862, at Sharpsburg, Md., of 
wounds received at Antietam, Md., aged 47. 

John M. Jones, Killed, May 10, 1864, at Spottsylvania C. H., Virginia, 
aged 43. 

Andrew W. Bowman, Died, July 17, 1869, at Omaha, Neb., aged 50. 

Edward Murray, Died, July 3, 1874, at West River, Ann Arundel Co., 
Maryland, aged 54. 

Francis N. Page, Died, March 25, 1860, at Fort Smith, Ark., aged 41. 

Anderson D. Nelson, Died, Dec. 30, 1885, at Thomasville, Ga., aged 68. 

Benj. A. Berry, Killed, Sept. 12, 1845, in Aranzas Bay, Tex., aged 28. 

Alexander C. H. Darne, Herndon, Fairfax Co., Va. 

W. T. H. Brooks, Died, July 19, 1870, at Huntsville, Ala., aged 49. 

Elias K. Kane, Died, July 9, 1853, at Belleville, 111., aged 33. 

Levi Gantt, Killed, Sept. 13, 1847, at Chapultepec, Mex., aged 30. 

Mortimer Rosecrants, Died, Oct. 7, 1848, at Ypsilanti, Mich., aged 30. 

Rudolph F. Ernst, Died, Sept. 22, 1847, at City of Mexico, of 
wounds received at Molino del Rey, aged 28. 



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4 


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8 


1067 


9 


1068 


10 


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1070 


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1080 


22 


1081 


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1096 


38 


1097 


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1098 


40 


1099 


41 


1100 


42 


1101 


43 


1102 


44 


1103 


45 


1104 


46 


1105 


47 


1106 


48 


1107 


49 


1108 


50 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 23 

No. C.R. 

1109 51 Abraham Buford, Died, June 9, 1884, at Danville, 111., aged 64. 

1110 52 Charles F. Morris, Died, Sept. 17, 1847, at City of Mexico, of 

wounds received at Molino del Rey, Mex., aged 27. 

1842. 

Henry L. Eustis, Died, Jan. 11, 1885, at Cambridge, Mass., aged 66. 

John Newton, Brig. -Gen. U. S. A. (retired). 

George W. Rains, Augusta, Ga. 

John D. Kurtz, Died, Oct. 16, 1877, at Georgetown, D. C, aged 58. 

William S. Rosecrans, Washington, D. C. 

Theodore T. S. Laidley, Died, April 4, 1886, at Pilatka, Fla., aged 64. 

Barton S. Alexander, Died, Dec. 15, 1878, at San Francisco, California, 
aged 59. 

Gustavus W. Smith, 10 Perry Street, New York. 

Mansfield Lovell, Died, June 1, 1884, at New York, N. Y., aged 63. 

Calvin Benjamin, Killed, Sept. 13, 1847, at the Belen Gate of the 
City of Mexico, aged 29. 

James G. Benton, Died, Aug. 23, 1881, at Springfield, Mass., aged 61. 

Alexander P. Stewart, Chancellor in Univ. of Miss., Oxford, Miss. 

Edward G. Beckwith, Died, June 22, 1881, at Clifton, N. Y., aged 63. 

Henry M. Whiting, Died, Oct. 8, 1853, at Fort Brown, Tex., aged 32. 

Isaac Bowen, Died, Oct. 3, 1858, at Christian Pass, Miss., aged 37. 

Martin L. Smith, Died, July 29, 1866, at Savannah, Ga., aged 47. 

John Pope, Maj.-Gen. U. S. A. (retired). 

Joseph Stewart, Lieut. -Col. U. S. A. (retired). 

Richard W. Johnston, Died, Jan. 25, 1854, at Jacksonville, Fla., aged 38. 

John Hillhouse, Died, March 29, 1882, at New Brunswick, N. J., aged 65. 

David Gibson, Died, Feb. 6, 1847, at Tampico, Mex., aged 29. 

Charles L. Kilburn, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

Seth Williams, Died, March 23, 1866, at Boston, Mass., aged 44. 

Abner Doubleday, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

Hachaliah Brown, Died, Aug. 22, 1853, at Jefferson B'ks, Mo., aged 31. 

Lucien Loeser, Custom House, New York. 

Fred J. Denman, Died, March 2, 1853, at Fort Terrett, Tex., aged 31. 

Daniel H. Hill, Fayetteville, Washington Co., Ark., President Arkan- 
sas Agricultural College. 

Napoleon J. T. Dana, Rock Island, 111., President R. I. R. 

Allen H. Norton, Drowned, in wreck of Steamer Atlantic, Nov. 27, 1846, 
aged 25. 

Armistead T. M. Rust, Leesburg, Va. 

John S. McCalmont, Franklin, Pa. 

Patrick Noble, Died, Dec. 27, 1848, at Abbeville, S. C, aged 27. 

Henry C. Story, Died, Feb. 9, 1868, at New Orleans, La., aged 47. 

Jenks Beaman, Died, May 6, 1848, at Tampico, Mex., aged 26. 

John D. Clark, Drowned, Aug. 2, 1848, near Helena, Ark., aged 28. 

Ralph W. Kirkham, San Francisco, Cal. 

Cyrus Hall, Died, April 11, 1849, at Victoria, Tex., aged 29. 

George Sykes, Died, Feb. 9, 1880, at Ft. Brown, Tex., aged 57. 

Richard H. Anderson, Died, June 26, 1879, at Charleston, S. C , aged 57. 

George W. Lay, Died, May 7, 1867, at New Orleans, La., aged 45. 

J. W. Schureman, Died, Jan. 30, 1852, near San Francisco, Cal., aged 30. 

George T. Mason, Killed, April 25, 1846, at La Rosia, Tex., aged 27. 

Charles D. Jordan, Died, Jan. 5, 1876, at Canton, Mass., aged 55. 

Henry W. Stanton, Killed, Jan. 20, 1855, on Penasco River, N. M., 
aged 32. 

Andrew J. Williamson. (History after 1853 unknown). 

Eugene E. McLean, 265 West Fifty-eighth Street, New York City. 

LaFayette McLaws. Savannah, Ga. 

T. C. Hammond, Killed, Dec. 6, 1846, at San Pasqual, Cal., aged 26. 



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1112 


2 


1113 


3 


1114 


4 


1115 


5 


1116 


6 


1117 


7 


1118 


8 


1119 


9 


1120 


10 


1121 


11 


1122 


12 


1123 


13 


1124 


14 


1125 


15 


1126 


16 


1127 


17 


1128 


18 


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19 


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1159 


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24 REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

Charles T. Baker, Died, Feb. 28, 1881, at New York City, N. Y., aged 60. 

Samuel B. Hayman, Lieut. -Col. U. S. A. (retired). 

E. Van Dorn, Assassinated, May 8, 1863, in Maury Co., Tenn., aged 42. 

Christopher R. Perry, Died, Oct. 8, 1848, at sea, aged. 30. 

James Longstreet, Gainesville, Ga. 

James W. Abert, Newport, Campbell Co., Ky. > 

James 0. Handy, Died, Sept. 26, at Corpus Christi, Tex., aged 24. 

1843. 

William B. Franklin, Hartford, Conn. 

George Deshon, Koman Catholic Priest, Corner Fifty-ninth Street and 

Ninth Avenue, New York City. 
Thomas J. Brereton, Died, Sept. 18, 1870, at Yonkers, N. Y., aged 48. 
John H. Grelaud, Died, Aug. 17, 1857, at Fort Myers, Fla., aged 34. 
William F. Kaynolds, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 
Isaac F. Quinby, Bochester, N. Y. 
Roswell S. Ripley. (History since 1866 unknown). 
John J. Peck, Died, April 21, 1878, at Syracuse, N. Y., aged 57. 
J, JP. Johnstone, Killed, Aug. 19, 1847, at Contreras, Mex., aged 24. 
Joseph J. Reynolds, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

James A. Hardie, Died, Dec. 14, 1876, at Washington, D. C, aged 54. 
Henry F. Clarke, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

Jacob J. Booker, Died, June 26, 1849, at San Antonio, Tex., aged 28. 
Samuel G. French. Columbus, Ga. 
Theodore Ij. Chadboume, Killed, May 9, 1846, at Resaca de la 

Palma, Mex., aged 23. 
Christopher C. Augur, Brig. -Gen. U. S. A. (retired). 
Franklin Gardner, Died, April 29, 1873, near Vermillionville, Louisiana, 

aged 50. 
George Stevens, Drowned, in the Bio Grande, May 18, 1846, aged 25. 
Edmunds B. Holloivay, Died, May 16, 1861, at Independence, 

Mo., of wounds received from his own men, aged 39. 
Lewis Neill, Died, Jan. 13, 1850, at Fort Croghan. Tex., aged 26. 
Ulysses S. Grant, Died, July 23, 1885, at Mount McGregor, New York, 

aged 63. 
Joseph H. Potter, Brigadier- General U. S. A. (retired.) 
Robert Hazlitt, Killed, Sept. 21, 1846, at Monte.ey, Mex., aged 25. 
Edwin Howe, Died, March 31, 1850, at Fort Leavenworth, Ks., aged 28. 
LaFayette B. Wood, Died, Oct. 19, 1858, at Washington, D. C, aged 38. 
Charles S. Hamilton, 649 Marshall Street, Milwaukee, Wis. 
William K. Van Bokkelen, 155 Broadway, New York City. 
A. St. Amand Crozet, Died, April 23, 1855, at Cincinnati, O., aged 33. 
Charles E. Jarvis, Died, June 8, 1849, at Sonoma, Cal., aged 28. 
Frederick Steele, Died, Jan. 12, 1868, at San Mateo, Cal., aged 49. 
Henry R. Selden, Died, Feb. 2, 1865, at Fort Union, N. M., aged 44. 
Bufus Ingalls, Brigadier- General U. S. A. (retired). 
Frederick T. Dent, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

John C. McFerran, Died, April 25, 1872, at Louisville, Ky., aged 51. 
Henry M. Judah, Died, Jan. 14, 1866, at Plattsburgh, N. Y., aged 45. 
Norman Elting, Litchfield County, Conn. 

Cave J. Couts, Died, June 10, 1874, at San Diego, Cal., aged 53. 
Chs. G. Merchant, Died, Sept. 4, 1855, at E. Pascagoula, Miss., aged 34. 
George C. McClelland, Venango, Crawford Co., Pa. 

1844. 

1206 1 William G. Peck, Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, Columbia 

College, New York City. 

1207 2 J. H. Whittlesey, Died, Aug. 2, 1886, at Seatle, Wash. Ter., aged 65. 

1208 3 Samuel Gill, Died, Jan. 18, 1876, at Cincinnati, O., aged 52. 



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REGISTER OE GRADUATES. 25 

Daniel M. Frost, 1711 Nash Street, St. Louis, Mo. 

Asher R. Eddy, Died, Jan. 29, 1879, at Island of Malta, aged 55. 

Fran. J. Thomas, Killed, July 21, 1861, at Bull Run, Va., aged 37. 

Alfred Pleasonton, President of T. H. & C. R. R., Cincinnati, 0. 

Thomas J. Curd, Died, Feb. 12, 1850, at Frederick, Md., aged 25. 

Augustus Cook, Died, Nov. 1, 1845, at sea, aged 24. 

John Y. Bicknell, Died, Nov. 11, 1849, at Maryville, Tenn., aged 28. 

Simon B. Buckner, Louisville, Ky. 

John Trevitt, Mount Vernon, N. H. 

Hankin JDllworth, Died, Sept. 27, 1816, of wounds received at Mon- 
terey, Mex.. aged 24. 

E. B. Strong, Killed, Sept. 8, 1847, at Molino del Rey, Mex., aged 24. 

W. T. Burwell, Killed, Sept. 8, 1847, at Molino del Rey, Mexico, 
aged 27. 

William Read, Died, April 29, 1884, at Washington, D. C, aged 61. 

James S. Woods, Killed, Sept. 21, 1846, at Monterey, Mex., aged 22. 

WinfieM S. Hancock, Died, Feb. 9, 1886, at Governor's Island, N. Y., 
aged 62. 

J. M. Lake Henry, Died, July 4, 1881, at "Washington, D. C, aged 61. 

Alexander Hays, Killed, May 5, 1864, at the Wilderness, Virginia, 
aged 44. 

George Wainwright, Died, Aug. 2, 1848, at Brooklyn, N. Y., aged 28. 

Henry B. Schroeder, Frederick County, Md. 

Joseph P. Smith, Killed, Sept. 13, 1847, at Chapultepec, Mexico, 
aged 28. 

John J. C. Bibb, Died, Sept. — , 1854, at Washington, D. C, aged 33. 

George W. Hawkins, Middleburg, N. C. 

1845. 

W. H C. Whiting, Died, March 10, 1865, at Gov. Island, N. Y., aged 40. 

Edward B. Hunt, Killed, Oct. 2, 1863, at Brooklyn, N. Y., aged 41. 

Louis Hebert, Breant Bridge, St. Martin's Parish, La. 

William F. Smith, Wilmington, Del. 

Thomas J. Wood, Brigadier- General U. S. A. (retired). 

Thomas G. Rhett, Died, July 28, 1878, at Baltimore, Md., aged 58. 

Charles P. Stone, Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 

Fitz-John Porter, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

Josiah H. Carlisle, Died, Dec. 16, 1866, at Aberdeen, Md., aged 46. 

George Edwards, Boston, Mass. 

Henry Coppee, President Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Francis Collins, Died, Aug. 31, 1882, Columbus, 0., aged 60. 

tToseph F. Farry, Killed, Sept. 8, 1847, at Molino del Rey. Mexico, 
aged 23. 

Louis D. Welch, Died, March 24, 1848, at St. Augustine, Fla., aged 23. 

George P. Andrews, Colonel First Artillery. 

Thomas B. J. Weld, Died, Sept. 10, 1850, at Fort Moultrie, South Caro- 
lina, aged 24. 

John P. Hatch, Colonel U. S, A. (retired). 

John A, Micheij, Killed, Jan. 13, 1847, at Vila Gran, Mex., aged 22. 

H Merrill, Killed by accident, Oct. 23, 1845, in Aranzas Bay, Texas, 
aged 24. 

Patrick A. Farrelly, Killed, Aug. 4, 1851, at Fort Washita, I. T., aged 30. 

Abram B. Lincoln, Died. April 15, 1852, at Pilatka, Fla., aged 32. 

Bezaleel W. Armstrong, Died, Feb. 17, 1849, at New Lisbon, O.. aged 26. 

William T. Allen, Died, Dec. 6, 1845, at Corpus Christi, Tex., aged 22. 

James G. S. Snelling, Died, Aug. 25, 1855, at Cincinnati, O., aged 23. 

Edmund K. Smith, Professor of Mathematics, University of the South, 
Seward, Tenn. 
1256 26 Thomas J. Montgomery, Died, Nov. 22, 1854, at Fort Steilacoom, W. T., 
aged 32. 



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1210 


5 


1211 


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1213 


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1214 


9 


1215 


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11 


1217 


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1222 


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26 REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

No. C.R. 

1257 27 John W. Davidson, Died, June 26, 1881, at St. Paul, Minn., aged 58. 

1258 28 James N. Ward, Died, Dec. 6, 1858, at St. Anthony, Minn., aged 35. 

1259 29 James M. Hawes, Covington, Ky. 

1260 30 Newton C. Givens, Died, March 9, 1859, at San Antonio, Tex., aged 35. 

1261 31 Eichard C. W. Radford, Lynchburg, Va. 

1282 32 Delos B. Sackett, Died, March 18, 1885, at Washington, D. C, aged 62. 

1263 33 Barnard E. Bee, Killed, July 21, 1861, at Bull Run, Va., aged 37. 

1264 34 William Rhea, Died, Jan. 7, 1847, at Monterey, Mex., aged 22. 

1265 35 Gordon Granger, Died, Jan. 10, 1876, at Santa Fe, N. M., aged 53. 

1266 36 Henry B. Clitz, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

1267 37 William H. Wood, Col. U. S. A. (retired). 

1268 38 David A. Russell, Killed, Sept. 19, 1864, at Opequan, Va., aged 42. 

1269 39 Joseph McElvain, Killed, July 12,1847, at Albuquerque, N. M., aged 27. 

1270 40 Thomas G. Pitcher, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

1271 41 W. L. Crittenden, Shot, Aug. 16, 1851, at Castle Atares, Havana, aged 28. 

1846. 

C. Seaforth Stewart, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

George B. McClellan, Died, Oct. 29, 1885, at Orange, N. J., aged 59. 

Charles E. Blunt, Colonel U. S. Corps of Engineers. 

John G. Foster, Died, Sept. 2, 1874, at Nashua, N. H., aged 57. 

Edmund L. F. Hardcastle, Easton, Md. 

Francis T. Bryan, 2654 Locust Street, St. Louis, Mo. 

George H Derby, Died, May 15, 1861, at New York City, aged 38. 

Jesse L. Reno, Killed, Sept. 14, 1862, at South Mountain. Maryland, 

aged 39. 
Clar. J. L. Wilson, Died, Feb. 12, 1853, at Albuquerque, N. M., aged 28. 
Thomas M. Whedbee, Died, March 28, 1849, at Edenton, N. C, aged 25. 
Edmund Hayes, Died, Nov. 25, 1853, at sea, aged 29. 
Edward C. Boynton, Newburgh, N. Y. 
Darius N. Couch. Norwalk, Conn. 

Henry B. Sears, Died, Feb. 12, 1880, at Liverpool, England, aged 55. 
William Dutton, Died, July 4, 1862, at New York City, aged 39. 
John A, Brown, Died, Oct. 8, 1877, at Washington, N. C, aged 51. 
Thomas J. Jaekson, Died, May 10, 1863, of wounds received at 

Chancellorsville, Va., aged 40. 
Albert L. Magilton, Died, Dec. 28, 1875, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 49. 
Truman Seymour. Major U. S. A. (retired). 

Colville J. Minor, Died, Aug. 17, 1847, at Monterey, Cal., aged 23. 
Charles C. Gilbert, Colonel, U. S. A. (retired). 
M. D. L. Simpson, Col. and Asst. Com.-Gen. of Sub., U. S. A. 
Rufus J. Bacon, Died, Aug. 12, 1846, at Braxton, Me., aged 23. 
Hamilton L. Shields, near Bennington, Vt. 

John Adams, Killed, Nov. 30, 1864, at Franklin, Tenn., aged 39. 
Richard H. Rush, 1712 Pine Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Henry A. Ehninger, Cardenas, Cuba. 

Thomas F. Castor, Died, Sept. 8, 1855, at Fort Tejon, Cal., aged 33. 
Orren Chapman, Died, Jan. 6, 1859, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 38. 
Alex. B. Rogers, Killed, Sept. 13, 1847, at Chapultepec, Mexico, 

aged 22. 
O. H. B. Taylor, Killed, May 17, 1858, on the Colville Trail, Utah, 

aged 33. 
Samuel D. Sturgis, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 
George Stoneman, Los Angeles, Cal. 
James Oakes, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

William D. Smith, Died, Oct. 4, 1862, at Charleston, S. C, aged 37. 
George F. Evans, Died, March 29, 1859, at Augusta, Me., aged 35. 
Dabney H. Maury, Berryville, Va. 
Innis N. Palmer, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 



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REGISTER OE GRADUATES. 27 

No. C.E. 

1310 39 James Stuart, Died of wounds, June 18, 1851, on Rogue River, Or 

aged 26. 

1311 40 Parmenus T. Turnley, Highland Park, Lake Co., 111. 

1312 41 David R. Jones, Died, June 16, 1863, at Richmond. Va., aged 39. 

1313 42 Alfred Gibbs, Died, Dec. 26, 1868, at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., aged 44. 

1314 43 George H. Gordon, Died, Aug. 30, 1886, at Farmingham, Mass., aged 63. 

1315 44 Frederick Myers, Died, July 7, 1874, at Santa Fe, N. M., aged 52. 

1316 45 De Lancev Floyd-Jones, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

1317 46 John D. Wilkins, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 

1318 47 Joseph N. G. Whistler, Colonel 15th U. S. Infantry. 

1319 48 Thos. Easley, Killed, Aug. 20, 1847, at Cherubusco, Mex., aged 24. 

1320 49 Nelson H. Davis, Brig.-Gen. U. S. A. (retired). 

1321 50 Thomas R. McConnell, Died, April 20, 1861, at Mobile, Ala., aged 36. 

1322 51 Matt. R. Stevenson, Died, January 2, 1863, at Sackett's Harbor, N. Y., 

aged 37. 

1323 52 Geo. S. Humphreys, Died, Nov. 9, 1847, at Carlisle Bar'ks, Pa., aged 25. 

1324 53 Wm. H. Tyler, Died, Oct. 24, 1853, in Prince William Co., Va., aged 29. 

1325 54 Cadmus M. Wilcox, New Orleans, La., and Washington, D. C. 

1326 55 William M. Gardner, Augusta, Ga. 

1327 56 Edmund Russell, Killed, March 24, 1853, at Red Bluffs, California, 

aged 31. 

1328 57 Archibald B. Botts, Died, Jan. 1, 1847, at Camargo, Mex., aged 20. 

1329 58 Samuel B. Maxey, U. S. Senator, Paris, Texas. 

1330 59 George E. Pickett, Died, July 30, 1875, at Norfolk, Va., aged 50. 

1847. 

John C. Symmes, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 

John Hamilton, Colonel 5th U. S. Artillery. 

Joseph J. Woods, Montana, Labette Co., Kan. 

Julian McAllister, Colonel U. S. Ordinance Corps. 

George W. Hazard, Died, Aug. 14, 1862, at Baltimore, Maryland, 

of wounds received at White Oak Swamp, Va., aged 37. 
Daniel T. Van Buren, Plainfield, N. J. 

Samuel F. Chalfin, W. 145th Street, near Boulevard, New York City. 
Orlando B. Willcox, Colonel 12th U. S. Infantry. 
John S. Mason, Colonel 9th U. S. Infantry. 
George Patten, Chester, Pa. 

John H. Dickerson, Died, March 2, 1872, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 50. 
Daniel M. Beltzhoover, Died, Nov. 1, 1870, at Mobile, Ala., aged 44. 
Otis H. Tillinghast, Died, July 23, 1861, of wounds received at BuU 

Run, Va., aged 38. 
James B. Fry, Colonel U. S. A. (retired). 
Ambrose P. Hill, Killed, April 2, 1865, near Petersburg, Virginia, 

aged 40. 
Anson J. Cook, Died, Oct. 18, 1853, at Fort Brooke, Fla., aged 30. 
Horatio G. Gibson, Colonel 3d Artillery. 

Ambrose E. Burnside, Died, Sept. 13, 1881, at Bristol, R. I., aged 57. 
Richard H. Long, Died, Jan. 30, 1849, at Fort Gibson, Ark., aged 23. 
John Gibbon, Brig.-Gen. U. S. A. 
Clermont L. Best, Colonel 4th Artillery. 
Romeyn B. Ayres, Colonel 2d Artillery. 

Charles Griffin, Died, Sept. 15, 1867, at Galveston, Tex., aged 41. 
Henry M. Black, Colonel 23d Infantry. 
Henry B. Hendershott, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 
Tredwell Moore, Died, May 29, 1876, at Fort Gibson, I. T., aged 51. 
Thomas H. Neill, Died, March 12, 1885, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 59. 
William W. Burns, Col. and Asst. Com. -Gen. U. S. A. 
Edward F. Abbott, 402 Scott Street, Covington, Ky. 
Egbert L. Viele, Riverside Ave., cor. Eighty-eighth St., New York City. 
Wash. P. Street, Died, Sept. 13, 1852, at Camp McKavett, Tex. aged 27. 



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No. 


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1363 


33 


1364 


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1365 


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1366 


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1367 


37 


1368 


38 



28 REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

M. P. Harrison, Killed, Oct. 7, 1849, near Colorado River, Texas, 

aged 23. 
Lewis C. Hunt, Died, Sept. 6, 1886, at Fort Union, N. M., aged 63. 
Augustus H. Seward, Died, Sept. 11, 1876, at Montrose, N. Y., aged 50. 
Peter W. L. Plympton, Died, Aug. 10, 1866, at Galveston, Tex., aged 39. 
John De Russy, Died, July 8, 1850, at Fort Monroe, Va., aged 24. 
Edward D. Blake, Died, Nov. 29, 1882, at Charleston, S. C, aged 57. 
Henry Heth, Kaleigh, N. C. 

1848. 

1369 1 William P. Trowbridge, Professor of Engineering School of Mines, 

Columbia College, New York. 

1370 2 Andrew J. Donelson, Jr., Died, Oct. 20, 1859, at Memphis, Tennessee, 
aged 33. 

James C. Duane, Colonel Corps of Engineers. 

Walter H. Stevens, Died, Nov. 12, 1867, at Vera Cruz, Mex., aged 40. 

Robert S. Williamson, Died, Nov. 10, 1882, at San Francisco, Califor- 
nia, aged 58. 

Rufus A. Roys, Died, July 30, 1850, at Fort Kearney, Neb., aged 24. 

Nathaniel Michler, Died, July 17, 1881, at Saratoga, N. Y., aged 54. 

James M. Haynes, Died, Sept. 16, 1850, at the City of Mexico, aged 25. 

Joseph C. Clark, Major U. S. A. (retired). 

Win. E. Jones, Killed, June 5, 1864, at Mt. Crawford, Va., aged 40. 

John C. Tidball, Colonel 1st Artillery. 

William G. Gill, Died, — , 1861, at Augusta, Ga., aged 36. 

Benjamin D. Forsythe, Died, Jan. 31, 1861, at Port Jervis, N. Y., aged 34. 

Thomas S. Rhett. (History since 1866 unknown.) 

James Holmes, Died, May 27, 1854, at Ft. Independence, Mass., aged 28. 

John Buford, Died, Dec. 16, 1863, at "Washington, D. C, aged 37. 

Truman K. Walbridge, Died, Nov. 16, 1856, near Geneva, N. Y., aged 28. 

Edward B. Bryan, Died, April 28, 1861, at St. Johns Island, South Car- 
olina, aged 35. 

Richard I. Dodge, Colonel 11th Infantry. 

Grier Tallmadge, Died, Oct. 11, 1862, at Fort Monroe, Va., aged 34. 

W. A. Slaughter, Killed, Dec. 4, 1856, at Bran. Prairie, W. Terrify, 
aged 28. 

Robert M. Russell. (History since 1855 unknown.) 

Charles H. Tyler, Died, March 17, 1882, at Cross Keys, Va., aged 56. 

John C. Booth, Died, Sept. 6, 1862, at Fayetteville, N. C, aged 35. 

Thomas K. Jackson, Gainesville, Ala. 

George H. Page, Died, April 18, 1859, at Camp Floyd, U. T., aged 34. 

Nathaniel H. McLean, Died, July 5, 1884, at Cincinnati, 0., aged 57. 

A. Galbraith Miller, Died, Oct. 21, 1865, at Milwaukee, Wis., aged 38. 

Charles H. Ogle, Died, March 7, 1863, at Harrisburg, Pa., aged 37. 

William N. R. Beall, Died, July 26, 1883, at McMinnville, Tennessee, 
aged 58. 

Ferd. Paine, Died, June 23, 1854, at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., aged 26. 

Thomas D. Johns, Died, July 31, 1883, at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., aged 59. 

William T. Mechling, Belize, British Honduras, Central America. 

George C. Barber, Died, Oct. 11, 1853, at Indianola, Tex., aged 27. 

Daniel Huston, Died, Dec. 2, 1884, at Burlington, N. J., aged 60. 

N. George Evans, Died, Nov. 30, 1868, at Midway, Ala., aged 45. 

George H. Steuart, Baltimore, Md. 

George W. Howland, Santa Fe, N. M. 

1849. 

Quincy A. Gillmore, Colonel Corps of Engineers. 
John G. Parke, Colonel Corps of Engineers. 
Stephen V. Benet, Chief of Ordinance, U. S. A. 



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1410 


4 


1411 


5 


1412 


6 


1413 


7 


1414 


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1415 


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10 


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REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 29 

Thomas J. Haines, Died, Aug. 14, 1883, at Hartford, Conn., aged 55. 
Johnson K. Duncan, Died, Dec. 18, 1862, at Knoxville, Tenn., aged 36. 
William Silvey, Died, Oct. 23, 1875, at Oswego, N. Y., aged 51. 
Beekman Du Barry, Lieut. -Col. and Asst. Com. -Gen. of Sub. U. S. A. 
Delavan D. Perkins, Died, Jan. 6, 1865, at Georgetown, D. C, aged 38. 
Absalom Baird, Insp.-Gen. U. S. A. 

Wm. A. Nimmo, Died, Mar. 12, 1856, at Kobertson City, Tenn., aged 28. 
Milton Cogswell, Died, Nov. 20, 1882, at Washington, D. C, aged 57. 
Edw'd D. Stockton, Died, March 13, 1857, at San Antonio, Tex., aged 28. 
Edward R. Piatt, Died, June 17, 1884, at Ft. Leavenworth, Ks., aged 58. 
Chauncey McKeever, Lieut. -Col. and Asst. Adjt.-Gen. U. S. A. 
Williafn H. Lewis, Died, Sept. 28, 1878, near Fort Wallace, Ks., of 

wounds received in action with Indians. 
John Kellogg, Died, April 25, 1865, at Fort Monroe, Va., aged 39. 
John C. Moore. (History since 1866 unknown.) 
Rufus Saxton, Col. and Asst. Q.-M.-Gen. U. S. A. 
Thomas Wright, Died, Oct. 12, 1857, at Fort Randall, Dak., aged 29. 
Horace F. DeLano, Died, May 24, 1854, at Fort Bliss, Tex., aged 28. 
Daniel McClure, Col. and Asst. Paymaster- Gen. U. S. A. 
Edward McK. Hudson, Major U. S. A. (retired). 
John Withers, Cashier, S. A. Nat. Bank, San Antonio, Tex. 
Washington C. Tevis. (History since 1873 unknown.) 
Beverly H. Robertson, 806 F Street, Washington, D. C. 
Joseph L. Tidball, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 
Charles W. Field, Brunswick, Ga. 
Seth M. Barton, Fredericksburg, Va. 

Duff C. Green, Died, Nov. 9, 1865, at Mobile, Ala., aged 37. 
Richard W. Johnson, Brig.-Gen. U. S. A. (retired.) 
Samuel B. Holabird, Q.-M.-Gen. U. S. A. 

Thomas G. Williams, Died, Jan. 22, 1885, at San Antonio, Tex., aged 57. 
Thornton A. Washington, San Antonio, Tex. 
•John W. Frazer. (History since 1866 unknown.) 
Alfred Cumming, Augusta, Ga. 

Thomas C. English, Died, June 10, 1876, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 48. 
Joseph H. McArthur, Major U. S. A. (retired). 
James P. Roy, Died, Oct. 24, 1874, at Baltimore, Md., aged 47. 
Charles P. Alvord, Died, — , 1860, at New Orleans, La., aged 34. 
Darius D. Clark, Died, Dec. 2, 1859, at Fort Yuma, Cal., aged 32. 
Louis H. Marshall. (History since 1868 unknown.) 
Samuel H. Reynolds, Died, — , 1867, at Columbia, Tenn., aged 40. 
James Mcintosh, Killed, March 7, 1862, at Pea Ridge, Ark., aged 34. 



S5t$T^ 



Frederick E. Prime, Major U. S. A. (retired). 

Gouverneur K. Warren, Died, Aug. 8, 1882, at Newport, R. I., aged 52. 

Silas Crispin, Colonel Ordnance Corps. 

Cuvier Grover, Died, June 6, 1885, at Atlantic City, N. J., aged 57. 

Powell T. Wymatif Killed, June 30, 1862, at Glendale, Va., aged 34. 

Joseph H. Wheelock, Died, — , 1862, at Washington, D. C, aged 33. 

Jacob Culbertson. (History since 1866 unknown.) 

Oscar A. Mack, Died, Oct. 22, 1876, at Brunswick, Mo., aged 49. 

Hugh E. Dungan, Died, Nov. 11, 1853, at Fort Brown, Tex , aged 27. 

Achilles Bowen, Columbia, Tenn. 

Wkhi. T. Mag ruder, Killed, July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa., aged 37. 

Adam J. Slemmer, Died, Oct. 7, 1868, at Fort Laramie, Dak., aged 40. 

Richard Arnold, Died, Nov. 8, 1882, at Governor's Island, N. Y., aged 54. 

James F. Flewellen, Washington Co., Tex. 

Lucius M. Walker, Died, Sept. 19, 1863, at Little Rock, Ark., aged 34. 

John A. Mebane, Died, Sept. 27, 1854, at Baton Rouge, La., aged 24. 

Armistead L. Long, Charlotteville, Va. 



3 o REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

Robert Ransom, Newbern, N. C. 

Eugene A. Carr, Colonel 6th Cavalry. 

William P. Carlin, Colonel 4th Infantry. 

Amos Beckwith. Lieut. -Col. and Asst. Com.-Gen. of Sub. U. S. A. 

Charles S. Winder, Killed, Aug. 9, 1862, at Cedar Mt., Va., aged 33. 

Francis H. Bates, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 

James P. Holliday, Died, April 5, 1862, near Strasburg, Va., aged 35. 

Elisha G. Marshall, Died, Aug. 3, 1883, at Canandaigua, N. Y., aged 55. 

N. Bartlett Pearce, Pottsboro, Grayson County, Tex. 

William R. Calhoun, Killed in duel, Sept. 22, 1862, at Sullivan's Island, 
S. 0., aged 35. 

Robert Johnston, Geneva, N. Y. 

Thomas Bingham, Died, — , 1872, in Texas, aged 44. 

Austin L. Coleord. (History since 1855 unknown.) 

Robert Macfeely, Com.-Gen. of Sub. U. S. A. 

John W. Alley. (History since 1864 unknown.) 

William L. Cabell, Dallas, Tex. 

James H. Wilson, near Brentwood, Williamson County, Tenn. 

Henry C. Bankhead, Major U. S. A. (retired^. 

Alden Sargent, Died, Oct. 20, 1873, at Augusta, Ark., aged 45. 

Robert G. Cole, Savannah, Ga. 

John J. A, A, Mouton, Killed, April 8, 1864, at Mansfield, Louis- 
iana, aged 35. 

Joseph T. Haile, Died. July 31, 1853, at Thompson, Conn., aged 23. 

James L. Corley, Died, March 28, 1883, at Norfolk, Va., aged 54. 

Zetus S. Searle, Died, April 2, 1876, at Peekskill, N. Y., aged 48. 

J. E. Maxwell, Killed, June 30, 1854, near Moro River, New Mexico, 
aged 27. 

Frederick M. Follett, Died, April 9, 1869, at Ft. McHenry, Md., aged 41. 

Donald C. Stith, Helena, Ark. 



No. 


C.K 


1467 


18 


1468 


19 


1469 


20 


1470 


21 


1471 


22 


1472 


23 


1473 


24 


1474 


25 


1475 


26 


1476 


27 


1477 


28 


1478 


29 


1479 


30 


1480 


31 


1481 


32 


1482 


33 


1483 


34 


1484 


35 


1485 


36 


1486 


37 


1487 


38 


1488 


39 


1489 


40 


1490 


41 


1491 


42 


1492 


43 


1493 


44 



18SL 



1494 1 Geo. L. Andrews, Prof. Modern Languages at U. S. Military Academy, 
West Point, N. Y. 
J. St. C. Morton, Killed, June 17, 1864, at Petersburg, Va. aged 35. 
George T. Balch, Troy, N. Y. 

William T. Welcker, Prof. Math., University Cal., Oakland, Cal. 
Alexander Piper, Lieut. -Col. 1st Artillery. 

James Thompson, Died, Feb. 14, 1890, at Newport, Ky., aged 51. 
Caleb Huse, Highland Falls, N. Y. 

Kenner Garrard, Died, May 15, 1879, at Cincinnati, Ohio, aged 49. 
Ben. Hardin Helm, Died, Sept. 21, 1863, of wounds received at 

Chickamauga, Ga., aged 33. 
Edivard H. Day, Died, Jan. 2, 1860, at Richmond, Va., aged 30. 
Alvin C. Gillem, Died, Dec. 2, 1875, at Nashville, Tenn., aged 45. 
Be Witt N. Root, Died, Aug. 4, 1851, at Mohawk. N. Y., aged 20. 
Alexander J. Perry, Col. and Dep. Q.-M.-Gen. IT. S. A. 
Isaiah N. Moore, Died, Jan. 16, 1862, at Fort Craig, N. M., aged 35. 
John Edwards, Died, Oct. 12, 1881, at Portland, Me., aged 51. 
Albert J. S. Molinard, Died, Sept. 14, 1872, at Lawrence, Kas., aged 44. 
Henry E. Maynadier, Died, Dec. 3, 1868, at Savannah, Ga., aged 38. 
Bavid Bell, Died, Dec. 2, 1860, at Fort Monroe, Va., aged 34. 
Robert Williams, Colonel and Asst. Adj. -Gen. U. S. A. 
John Mendenhall, Lieutenant- Colonel, 4th Artillery. 
Mar. P. Parks, Jr., Died, June 5, 1852, near Ft. Atkinson, Kas., aged 25. 
Hyatt C. Ransom, Died, March 16, 1874, at Jefferson ville, Ind., aged 51. 
Alex. McRae, Killed, Feb. 21, 1862, at Valverde, N. M., aged 32. 
Charles E. Norris, Died, Oct. 31, 1875, at Austin, Texas, aged 48. 
Gurden Chapin, Died, Aug. 22, 1875, at Culpepper, Va., aged 44. 
John C. Kelton, Colonel and Asst. Adj. -Gen. U. S. A. 



1495 


2 


1496 


3 


1497 


4 


1498 


5 


1499 


6 


1500 


7 


1501 


8 


1502 


9 


1503 


10 


1504 


11 


1505 


12 


1506 


13 


1507 


14 


1508 


15 


1509 


16 


1510 


17 


1511 


18 


1512 


19 


1513 


20 


1514 


21 


1515 


22 


1516 


23 


1517 


24 


1518 


25 


1519 


26 



No. 


C.R 


1520 


27 


1521 


28 


1522 


29 


1523 


30 


1524 


31 


1525 


32 


1526 


33 


1527 


34 


1528 


35 


1529 


36 


1530 


37 


1531 


38 


1532 


39 


1533 


40 


1534 


41 


1535 


42 


1536 


1 


1537 


2 


1538 


3 


1539 


4 


1540 


5 


1541 


6 


1542 


7 


1543 


8 


1544 


9 


1545 


10 


1546 


11 


1547 


12 


1548 


13 


1549 


14 


1550 


15 


1551 


16 


1552 


17 


1553 


18 


1554 


19 


1555 


20 


1556 


21 


1557 


22 


1558 


23 


1559 


24 


1560 


25 


1561 


26 


1562 


27 


1563 


28 


1564 


29 


1565 


30 


1566 


31 


1567 


32 


1568 


33 


1569 


34 


1570 


35 


1571 


36 


1572 


37 


1573 


38 


1574 


39 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 31 

William H. Morris, Fordham, N. Y. 

James Curtis, Died, Jan. 19, 1878, at Chicago, Ills., aged 47. 

Kobert E. Patterson, 631 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Thomas J. C. Amory, Died, Oct. 8, 1864, at Beaufort, S. C, aged 36. 

William D. Whipple, Lieut. -Col. and Asst. Adj. -Gen. U. S. A. 

Henry C. Hodges, Lieut. -Col. and Dept'y Quartermaster- Gen. U. 8. A. 

Junius Daniel, Died, May 13, 1864, of wounds received at Spottsyl- 

vania, Va., aged 36. 
Koger Jones, Colonel and Assistant Inspector- General U. S. A. 
Adolphus F. Bond, Died, April 16, 1866, at Columbus, Ohio, aged 39. 
Melancthon Smith, Died, Nov. 1, 1881, at Mobile, Ala., aged 52. 
Edward A. Palfrey, 49 Carondolet Street, New Orleans, La. 
John T. Shaaff, Died, July 2, 1877. at New York City, N. Y., aged 47. 
Henry F. Witter, Died, Aug. 9, 1956, at Grenada, Nicarauga, aged 29. 
Joseph G. Tilford, Lieutenant- Colonel 7th Cavalry. 
James B. Greene, Died, June 24, 1861, at Ft. Hamilton, N. Y., aged 32. 
Lawrence S. Baker, Suffolk, Va. 



18 




Thomas L. Casey, Colonel Corps of Engineers. 

Newton F. Alexander, Died, Oct. 10, 1858, at Biloxi, Miss., aged 29. 

George H. Mendell, Colonel Corps of Engineers. 

George W. Rose, Died May 19, 1870, at Detroit, Mich., aged 39. 

Joseph C. Ives, Died, Nov. 12, 1868, at New York City, aged 40. 

John W. Todd, Died, May 10, 1878, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 48. 

Henry W. Solcum, 465 Clinton Av enue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

James Van Voast, ColoneTTms. A. (retired). 

David S. Stanley, Brig. -Gen. U. S. A. 

George B. Anderson, Died, Oct. 16, 1862, at Kaleigh, North Caro- 
lina, of wounds received at Antietam, Md., aged 31. 

Jerome N. Bonaparte, Baltimore, Md., and Newport, B. I. 

Henry De Veuve, Oakland, Cal. 

James W. Eobinson, 64 Federal Street, Boston, Mass. 

Milo S. Hascall, Goshen, Indiana. 

John Mullan, 1310 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D. C. 

Sylvester Mowry, Died, Oct. 17, 1871, at London, Eng., aged 40. 

George B. Cosby, San Francisco, Cal. 

Robert B. Thomas. (History since 1866 unknown.) 

Georae L. Hartsuff , Died, May 16, 1874, at New York, aged 54. 

Charles K. Woods, Died, Feb. 26, 1885, at Newark, Ohio, aged 56. 

Matthew L. Davis, Died, — , 1862, en route to Raleigh, N. C, aged 33. 

John H. Forney, Selma, Alabama. 

Marshall T. Polk, Died, Feb. 29, 1884, at Nash vile, Tenn., aged 53. 

Peter T. Swaine, Colonel 22d Infantry. 

Charles H. Rundell. (History since 1866 unknown). 

Andrew W. Evans, Lieut. -Col. U. S. A. (retired). 

John D. O'Connell, Died, Sept. 16, 1867, at Houston, Texas, aged 37. 

John Nugen, Died, Oct. 22, 1857, at Fort Steilacoom, Wash., aged 27. 

Hugh B. Fleming, Major, U. S. A. (retired). 

Ale xander McD. McCook . Colonel 6th Infantry. 

Henry Douglass, Colonel 10th Infantry. 

William Myers, Lieut.-Col., U. S. A. (retired) 

Philip Stockton, Died, March 25, 1879, at Washington, D. C, aged 47. 

George A. Williams, Major, U. S. A. (retired). 

August V. Kautz, Colonel 8th Infantry. 

Lawrence A. Williams, Died, June 21, 1879. at Easthampton, Mass., 
aged 47. 

Lyman M. Kellegg, Died, Jan. 31, 1877, at Norwalk, Ohio, aged 49. 

George Crook, Brig. -Gen., U. S. A. 

Arthur P. Bagby. (History since 1866 unknown). 



32 REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

John P. Hawkins, Major and Com. of Snb. U. S. A. 
Edwin D. Phillips, Died, Nov. 26, 1864, at New Orleans, La., aged 37. 
Kichard V. Boimeau, 3735 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Hezekiah H. Gather, Died, Oct. 12, 1859, at Ft. Hoskins, Ore., aged 30. 



No. 


C.E 


1575 


40 


1576 


41 


1577 


42 


1578 


43 



1579 


1 


1580 


2 


1581 


3 


1582 


4 


1583 


5 


1584 


6 


1585 


7 


1486 


8 


1587 


9 


1588 


10 


1589 


11 


1590 


12 


1591 


13 


1592 


14 


1593 


15 


1594 


16 


1595 


17 


1596 


18 


1597 


19 


1598 


20 


1599 


21 


1600 


22 


1601 


23 


1602 


24 


1603 


25 


1604 


26 


1605 


27 


1606 


28 


1607 


29 


1608 


30 


1609 


31 


1610 


32 


1611 


33 


1612 


34 


1613 


35 


1614 


36 


1615 


37 


1616 


38 


1617 


39 


1618 


40 


1619 


41 


1620 


42 


1621 


43 


1622 


44 


1623 


45 


1624 


46 


1625 


47 


1626 


48 


1627 


49 


1628 


50 


1629 


51 


1630 


52 



18 

Jas. JB. McPherson, Killed, July 22, 1864, at Atlanta, Ga., aged 35. 

William P. Craighill, Lieut. -Col. Corps of Engineers. 

Joshua W. Sill, Killed, Dec. 31, 1862, at Stone Kiver, Tenn., aged 31. 

William P. Boggs, Blacksburg, Va. 

Francis J. Shunk, Died, Dec. 15, 1867, at Eichmond, Va., aged 35. 

William S. Smith, Glasgow. Mo. 

John M. Schofield, Major- General U. S. A. 

Matthew M. Blunt, Colonel 16th Infantry. 

Thomas Hight, Died, Oct. 17, 1867, at Augusta, Me., aged 38. 

George P. Bissell, St. Louis, Mo. 

Thomas M. Vincent, Lieut. -Col. and Asst. Adj. -Gen. U. S. A. 

Henry C. Symonds, Sing Sing, N. Y. 

John S. Bowen, Died, July 16, 1863, at Raymond, Miss., aged 34. 

George Bell, Lieut.-Col. Sub. Dept. U. S. A. 

James D. Bums, Died, Oct. 2, 1854, at Baton Rouge, La., aged 24. 

Wm. R. Terr ill, Killed, Oct. 8, 1862, at Perryville, Ky., aged 29. 

Louis H. Pelouze, Died, June 2, 1878, at Washington, D. C, aged 47. 

Owen F. Solomon, Died, Sept. 27, 1859, at Ft. Laramie, Wy., aged 30. 

La Ehett L. Livingston, Major 4th Artillery. 

Richard C. Duryea, Inspector U. S. Harbor Works, Grand Haven, Mich. 

John G. Chandler, Lieut.-Col. and Dep'ty Quartermaster- Gen. U. S. A. 

Robert O. Tyler, Died, Dec. 1, 1874, at Boston, Mass., aged 43. 

Walworth Jenkins, Died, May 4, 1874, at Louisville, Ky., aged 41. 

N. Bowman Sweitzer, Colonel 2d Cavalry. 

James L. White, Ocala, Marion County, Fla. 

Benjamin Allston, Episcopal Clergyman, Georgetown, S. C. 

Benjamin F. Chamberlain, Died, Dec. 26, 1871, at Newark, N. J., aged 44. 

John H. Edson, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Thomas Wilson, Major and Com. of Sub. U. S. A. 

William W. Lowe, Omaha, Neb. 

J. H. CJiambliss, Killed, Aug. 16, 1864, at Deep Bottom, Va., aged 31. 

William McE. Dye, Chief of Police, Washington, D. C. 

Henry B. Davidson, Portland, Oregon. 

Philip H. Sheridan, Lieut. -Gen. U. S. A. 

William A. Webb, Died, Dec. 24, 1861. at Smithton, Mo., aged 31. 

J. L. Grattan, Killed, Aug. 19, 1854, near Ft. Laramie, Wy., aged 24. 

Elmer Otis, Colonel 8th Cavalry. 

Alfred E. Latimer, Major, U. S. A. (retired). 

Benjamin F. Smith, Died, June 22, 1868, at Fort Reno, Dak., aged 37. 

Silas P. Higgins, Died, July 18, 1860, at Fort Yuma, Cal., aged 28. 

Henry H. Walker, New York City. 

Edmund C. Jones, Died, May 24, 1869, at Columbus, Ind,, aged 37. 

Alexander Chambers, Colonel 17th Infantry. 

John B. Hood, Died, Aug 30, 1879, at New Orleans, La., aged 48. 

Jas. A. Smith, Supt. of Public Education of Mississippi, Jackson, Miss. 

Robert F. Hunter, Washington, D. C. 

Thomas M. Jones, Maryland Agricultural College, near Washington, 
D. C. 

Augustus H. Plummer, Died, Nov. 18, 1866, at Sherman, Tex., aged 34. 

James B. Mclntyre, Died, May 10, 1867, at Fort Larned, Kan., aged 34. 

Lucius L. Mich, Died, Aug. — , 1862, at Mobile, Ala., of wounds re- 
ceived at Shiloh, Tenn., aged 32. 

Reuben R. Ross, Clarksville, Tenn. 

Willia7n Craig, Died, May 27, 1886, at Santa Fe, N. M., aged 56. 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 33 

No. C.E. S 

1631 1 G. W. Custis Lee, Lexington, Va. 

1632 2 Henry L. Abbot, Lieut. -Col. Corps of Engineers. 

1633 3 Thomas H. Buger, Brig. -Gen. U. S. A. 

1634 4 Oliver 0. Howard, Maj.-Gen. U. S. A. 

1635 5 Thomas J. Treadwell, Died, Aug. 2, 1879, at Governor's Island, N. Y. 

Harbor, aged 47. 

1636 6 Charles N. Turnbull, Died, Dec. 2, 1874, at Boston, Mass., aged 42. 

1637 7 James Deshler, Killed, Sept. 20, 1863, at Chickamauga, Ga., aged 30. 

1638 8 Henry W. Closson, Lieut. -Col. 5th Artillery. 

1639 9 Judson D. Bingham, Colonel and Asst. Q.-M.-G. U. S. A. 

1640 10 Johu Pegrani, Died, Feb. 6, 1865, at Petersburg, of wounds re- 

ceived at Hatcher's Kun, Va., aged 33. 

1641 11 Charles G. Kogers, Prof, of Mathematics, Giles College, Pulaski, Tenn. 

1642 12 Thomas J. Wright, Died, April 30, 1857, near Chicago, 111., aged 24. 

1643 13 James E. B. Stuart, Died, May 12, 1864, at Eichmond, Va., of 

wounds received at Yellow Tavern, Va., aged 31. 

1644 14 Arch. Grade, Killed, Dec. 2, 1864, before Petersburg, Va., aged 32. 

1645 15 John It. Smead, Killed, Aug. 30, 1862, at Manassas, Va., aged 32. 

1646 16 Michael E. Morgan, Major and Com. of Sub. U. S. A. 

1647 17 Stephen D. Lee, Pres. Miss. Agr'l College, Oktibbeha County, Miss. 

1648 18 Milton T. Carr, Galveston, Texas. 

1649 19 Wni. JD. render, Killed, July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa., aged 29. 

1650 20 Loomis L. Langdon, Lieut. -Col. 2d Artillery. 

1651 21 John T. GreMe. Killed, June 10, 1861, at Big Bethel, Va., aged 27. 

1652 22 John B. Villepigue, Died, Nov. 9/1862,' at Port Hudson, La., aged 32. 

1653 23 Henry A. Smalley. (History since 1865 unknown). 

1654 24 Samuel Kinsey, Died, July 14, 1855, at Washington, D. C, aged 21. 

1655 25 Abner Smead, Prof of Math. St. Augustine College, Benicia, Cal. 

1656 26 Oliver D. Greene. Major and Asst. Adj. -Gen., U. S. A. 

1657 27 Stephen H. Weed, Killed, July 2, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa., aged 30. 

1658 28 E. Franklin Townsend, Lieut. -Col., 11th Infantry. 

1659 29 Alfred B. Chapman, Los Angeles, Cal. 

1660 30 George A. Gordon, Died, Oct. 26, 1878, at Washington, D. C., aged 45. 

1661 31 John 0. Long, Died, April 3, 1875, at Tampa, Fla., aged 42. 

1662 32 Ben. F. Davis, Killed, June 9, 1863, at Beverly Ford, Va., aged 31. 

1663 33 James Wright, Died, Oct. 26, 1857, at Albuquerque, N. M., aged 28. 

1664 34 Waterman Palmer, Died, Nov. 18, 1855, at Fort Moultrie, S. C, aged 23. 

1665 35 David P. Hancock, Died, May 21, 1880, at Hamburg, Pa., aged 47. 

1666 36 Sam. T. Shepperd, Died, June 27, 1855, at Ft. Leavenworth, Ks., aged 24. 

1667 37 William M. Davant, Drowned, Oct. 1, 1855, in the Eio Grande, Texas, 

aged 24. 

1668 38 Charles G. Sawtelle, Lieut.-Col. and Dep'ty Q.-M.-Gen., U. S. A. 

1669 39 Levi L. Wade, Died, Sept. 13, 1854, at Florence, Ala., aged 21. 

1670 40 John T. Mercer, Killed, April 19, 1864, at Plymouth, N. C, aged 31. 

1671 41 Zenas K. Bliss, Colonel 24th Infantry. 

1672 42 Edgar O'Connor, Killed, Aug. 28, 1862, at Groveton, Va., aged 29. 

1673 43 John Mullins. (History since 1866 unknown). 

1674 44 David H. Broth erton, Lieut.-Col. , U. S. A. (retired). 

1675 45 Hor. JRandall, Killed, April 30, 1864, at Jenkin's Ferry, Ark., aged 31. 

1676 46 John McCleary, Died, Feb. 25, 1868, at Charleston, S. C, aged 36. 



1677 


1 


1678 


2 


1679 


3 


1680 


4 


1681 


5 


1682 


6 



Cyrus B. Comstock, Lieut.-Col., Corps of Engineers. 
Godfrey Weitzel, Died, March 19, 1884, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 49. 
Cor. Van Camp, Killed, Oct. 1, 1858, near Wichita, Tex., aged 24. 
George H. Elliot, Lieut.-Col. Corps of Engineers. 
Junius B. Wheeler, Died, July 15, 1886, at Lenoir, N. C, aged 55. 
6 Ebenezer Gay, Died, Sept. 11, 1871, at Nashau, N. H., aged 39. 



34 REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

Samuel Breck, Major and Asst. Adj. -Gen., U. S. A. 

David McM. Gregg, Beading, Pa. 

Frederick L. Childs, 177 West Street, New York City. 

John V. Dubois, Died, July 31, 1879, at Hudson, N. Y., aged 45. 

Michael P. Small, Major and Com. of Sub. U. S. A. 

Francis B. T. NichoUs, New Orleans, La. 

Alexander S. Webb, Pres. College of the City of New York. 

John W. Turner, St. Louis, Mo. 

Francis A. Shoup, 263 Camp Street, New Orleans, La. 

John R. Church, Died, Jan. 8, 1863, at Columbia, S. C, aged 31. 

Albert V. Colburn, Died, June 17, 1863, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 32. 

James Wheeler, Died, Dec. 7, 1879, at Little Falls, N. Y., aged 49. 

George D. Buggies, Lieut. -Col. and Asst. Adj. -Gen. U. S. A. 

Lewis Merrill, Major IT. S. A. (retired). 

Alfred T. A. Torbert, Drowned, Aug. 29, 1880, in wreck of steamer Vera 

Cruz, aged 47. 
Charles W. Thomas, Died, Dec. 30, 1882, at Washington, D. C, aged 49. 
James H. Hill, 631 Main Street, Bichmond. Va. 
Edward L. Hartz, Died, Nov. 11, 1868, at Ft. Sully, Dak., aged 30. 
Clarence E. Bennett, Captain 17th Infantry. 
William W. Averell, New York City. 

Timothy M. Bryan, Died, April 8, 1881, at Vincentown, N. J., aged 49. 
William B. Hazen, Chief Signal Officer U. S. A. 
Henrx W. Freedley, Major U. S. A. (retired). 
Henry M. Lazelle, Lieut. -Col. 23d Infantry. 
William B. Pease, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 
JT. _K. Allen, Killed, August 15, 1858, on the Upper Yakima, Wash., 

aged 26. 
Robert C. Hill, Died, Dec. 4, 1863, at Statesville, N. C, aged 30. 
George McG. Dick, Died, July 31, 1856, at Camp Cooper, Tex., aged 25. 



No. 


C.R 


1683 


7 


1684 


8 


1685 


9 


1686 


10 


1687 


11 


1688 


12 


1689 


13 


1690 


14 


1691 


15 


1692 


16 


1693 


17 


1694 


18 


1695 


19 


1696 


20 


1697 


21 


1698 


22 


1699 


23 


1700 


24 


1701 


25 


1702 


26 


1703 


27 


1704 


28 


1705 


29 


1706 


30 


1707 


31 


1708 


32 


1709 


33 


1710 


34 



1&5&. 



1711 


1 


1712 


2 


1713 


3 


1714 


4 


1715 


5 


1716 


6 


1717 


7 


1718 


8 


1719 


9 


1720 


10 


1721 


11 


1722 


12 


1723 


13 


1724 


14 


1725 


15 


1726 


16 


1727 


17 


1728 


18 


1729 


19 


1730 


20 


1731 


21 


1732 


22 


1733 


23 


1734 


24 


1735 


25 



George W. Snyder, Died, Nov. 17, 1861, at Washington, D. C, aged 28. 
David C. Houston, Lieut. -Col. Corps of Engineers. 
Miles D. McAlester, Died, April 23, 1869, at Buffalo, N. Y., aged 37. 
Charles C. Lee, Killed, June 27, 1862, at Gaines' Mill, Va., aged 28. 
Henry V. JDe Hart, Died, July 13, 1862, near Fort Hamilton, N. Y., 

of wounds received at Gaines' Mill, Va., aged 27. 
Orlando M. Poe, Lieut. -Col. Corps of Engineers. 
John Tipton, Died, May 17, 1861, at Benicia, Cal., aged 28. 
Herbert A. Hascall, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 

A. Parker Porter, Died, Aug. 15, 1866, at Little Bock, Ark., aged 31. 
Francis L. Vinton, Died, Oct. 6, 1879, at Leadville, Col., aged 44. 
George X). Bayard, Died, Dec. 14, 1862, of wounds received at 

Fredericksburg, Va., aged 27. 
Thomas C. Sullivan, Major and Com. of Sub. U. S. A. 
John W. Barriger, Major and Com. of Sub. U. S. A. 
Lorenzo Lorain, Died, March 6, 1882, at Baltimore, Md., aged 52. 
John Bennett, Died, Feb. 24, 1859, at Fort Brown, Tex., aged 25. 
Wesley Owens, Died, Aug. 11, 1867, at Suison, Cal., aged 35. 
Guilford 2>. Bailey, Killed, May 31, 1862, at Seven Pines, Virginia, 

aged 29. 
John B. Shinn, Newbern, N. C. 
Hylan B. Lyon, Eddyville, Ky. 
Edmund C. Bainbridge, Major 3d Artillery. 
Lunsford L. Lomax, Washington, D. C. 
Bichard Lodor, Major 3d Artillery. 

James P. Major, Died, May 8, 1877, at Austin, Tex v aged 45. 
Jeremiah H. Gilman. Major and Com. of Sub. U. S. A. 
Thomas E. Miller, Died, Nov. 13, 1864, in Adams Co., Ky., aged 32. 



No. 


C.R 


1736 


26 


1737 


27 


1738 


28 


1739 


29 


1740 


30 


1741 


31 


1742 


32 


1743 


33 


1744 


34 


1745 


35 


1746 


36 


1747 


37 


1748 


38 


1749 


39 


1750 


40 


1751 


41 


1752 


42 


1753 


43 


1754 


44 


1755 


45 


1756 


46 


1757 


47 


1758 


48 


1759 


49 



1760 


1 


1761 


2 


1762 


3 


1763 


4 


1764 


5 


1765 


6 


1766 


7 


1767 


8 


1768 


9 


1769 


10 


1770 


11 


1771 


12 


1772 


13 


1773 


14 


1774 


15 


1775 


16 


1776 


17 


1777 


18 


1778 


19 


1779 


20 


1780 


21 


1781 


22 


1782 


23 


1783 


24 


1784 


25 


1785 


26 


1786 


27 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 35 

Charles B. Stivers, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 

William, Gaston, Killed, May 17, 1858, on the Colville Trail, Wash. 
Ter., aged 24. 

James W. Forsyth, Colonel 7th Cavalry. 

Thomas W. Walker, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 

George Jackson, Died, May 27, 1883, at Parkersburg. W. Va., aged 50. 

Joseph H. Taylor, Died, March 15, 1885, at Omaha, Neb., aged 49. 

John F. Ritter, Died, Aug. 1, 1872, at Catskill, N. Y., aged 37. 

John K. Mizner, Major 4th Cavalry. 

Frank S. Armistead. (History since 1886 unknown.) 

Herman Biggs, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 

William T. Gentry, Died, June 28, 1885, at Ft. Snelling, Minn., aged 53. 

James B, 8. Alexander, Died, Aug. 15, 1861, at Charlottesville, Virginia, 
aged 25. 

William H. Jackson, Nashville, Tenn. 

Otven K. McLemore, Killed, Sept. 14, 1862, at South Mountain, 
Maryland, aged 27. 

Richard S. C. Lord, Died, Oct. 15, 1866, at Bellefontaine, O., aged 31. 

William P. Sanders, Died, Nov. 19, 1863, of wounds received be- 
fore Knoxville, Tenn., aged 30. 

James McMillan, Major U. S. A. (retired). 

William B. Hughes, Major and Q.-M. U. S. A. 

Samuel S. Carroll, Maj.-Gen. U. S. A. (retired). 

Fitzhugh Lee, Alexandria, Va., Governor of Virginia. 

John McLean Hildt, Died, April 25, 1877, at New York City, aged 41. 

Brayton C. Ives, Died, June 27, 1857, at Fort Clark, Tex., aged 23. 

Herbert M. Enos, Major U. S. A. (retired). 

Arthur S. Cunningham, Died, July 28, 1885, at Eureka, Humboldt Co., 
Cal., aged 50. 

IS 



John C, Palfry, Boston, Mass. 

Richard K. Meade, Died, July 31, 1862, at Petersburg, Va., aged 26. 

E. Porter Alexander, Augusta, Ga. 

Henry M. Robert, Lieut. -Col. Corps of Engineers. 

George C. Strong, Died, July 30, 1863, at New York City, of wounds 
received at Fort Wagner, S. C, aged 30. 

J. L. Kirby Sfnith, Died, Oct. 12, 1862, of wounds received at Cor- 
inth, Miss., aged 26. 

Thomas G. Baylor, Colonel Ordnance Corps. 

H. S. Putnam, Killed, July 18, 1863, at Fort Wagner, S. C, aged 26. 

William P. Smith, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. 

George A. Kensel, Died, April 17, 1881, at New Haven, Conn., aged 45. 

Thomas J. Berry, Died, — , 1865, at — , Ga., aged 29. 

Charles H. Morgan, Died, Dec. 20, 1875, at Alcatraz Island, Cal., aged 41. 

Oliver H. Fish, Died, Feb. 18, 1865, at New Liberty, Ky., aged 31. 

Abram C. Wildrick, Major 5th Artillery. 

Charles J. Walker, Died, March 4, 1879, at Kichmond, Ky., aged 43. 

Francis Beach, Died, Feb. 5, 1873, at New York City, aged 38. 

William Sinclair, Major 2d Artillery. 

Augustus G. Robinson, Major and Q.-M. U. S. A. 

Samuel W. Ferguson, Pres. Miss. Levee Board, Greenville, Miss. 

Marcus A. Beno, Washington, D. C. 

Edward R. Warner, Captain 3d Artillery. 

Manning M. Kimmel, Henderson, Ky. 

George H. Weeks, Major and Q.-M. U. S. A. 

John T. Magruder, Died, June 28, 1858, at Marysville, Neb., aged 21. 

George A. Cunningham, Bichmond, Va. 

Henry C. McNeill. (Unknown.) 

Ira W. Claflin, Died, Nov. 18, 1867, at Mt. Pleasant, Tex., aged 33. 



3 6 REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

No. C.R. 

1787 28 Aurelius F. Cone. (History since 1866 unknown.) 

1788 29 Paul J. Quattlebaum, Died, Jan. 4, 1883, at Columbus, Ga., aged 46. 

1789 30 John S. Marniaduke, St. Louis. Mo., Governor of Missouri. 

1790 31 George W. Holt, Died, Jan. 23, 1876, at Mobile, Ala., aged 41. 

1791 32 Joseph S. Conrad, Lieut.-Col. 22d Infantry. 

1792 33 Edward J. Connor, Died, Aug. 16, 1868, at Exeter, N. H., aged 35. 

1793 34 George Ryan, Killed, May 8, 1864, at Spottsylvania, Va., aged 28. 

1794 35 Robert H. Anderson, Chief of Police, Savannah Ga. 

1795 36 Charles E. Farrand, Deadwood, Dak. 

1796 37 Thomas J. Lee, Humboldt, Coles Co., Ind. 

1797 38 LaFayette Peck, Died, March 25, 1864, at Tuscaloosa, Ala., aged 31. 



1798 Cj,_ William C. Paine, Beverly Farms, Mass. 

1799 2 ITo.se.s~J. White, Died, Jan. 29, 1864, at Natchez, Miss, aged 29. 

1800 3 Joseph JDldCon, Killed, Feb. 13, 1862, at Ft. Donelson, Tenn., aged 28. 

1801 4 Wilham H. Echols, Huntsville, Ala. 

1802 5 John S. Saunders, Baltimore, Md. 

1803 6 James H. Hallonquist. (History since 1866 unknown.) 

1804 7 Thomas R. Tannatt, Black Hawk, Col. 

1805 8 Marcus P. Miller, Major 5th Artillery. 

1806 9 Chas. H. Ingraham, Died, Sept. 20, 1867, at New Orleans, La., aged 31. 

1807 10 Leroy Napier, Died, Aug. 16, 1867, at Macon, Ga., aged 34. 

1808 11 Solomon Williams, Killed, June 9, 1863, near Culpepper Court 

House, Va., aged 28. 

1809 12 Richard H. Brewer, Died, June 25, 1864, of wounds received at 

Piedmont, Va., June 5, 1864, aged 30. 

1810 13 Samuel McK.ee, Died, June 3, 1864, of wounds received at Cold 

Harbor, Va., aged 29. 

1811 14 James J. Van Horn, Lieut.-Col. 25th Infantry. 

1812 15 Andrew Jackson, Hermitage, near Nashville, Tenn. 

1813 16 Chas. G. Harker, Killed, June 27, 1864, at Kenesaw, Ga., aged 28. 

1814 17 Sardine P. Reed, Died, Feb. 5, 1859, at West Point, N. Y., aged 25. 

1815 18 Boyal T. Frank, Major 1st Artillery. 

1816 19 Edward P. Cressey, Pacific Mail S. S. Co., San Francisco, Cal. 

1817 20 Asa B. Carey, Major and Paymaster U. S. A. 

1818 21 William H. Bell, Major and Com. of Sub. TJ. S. A. 

1819 22 Bryan M. Thomas, Milledgeville, Ga. 

1820 23 William J. L. Nicodemus, Died, Jan. 6, 1879, at Janesville, Wis., aged 44. 

1821 24 Oliver P. Gooding, Washington, D. C. 

1822 25 William G. Robinson, Covington, Ky. 

1823 26 Geo. K. Bascom, Killed, Feb. 21, 1862, at Valverde, N. M., aged 26. 

1824 27 Charles E. Jesup, Died, April 22, 1861, in Todd Co., Ky., aged 26. 



LS59. 

1825 1 William E. Merrill, Lieut.-Col. Corps of Engineers. 

1826 2 Samuel H. Lockett, 15 Courtlandt Street, New York, N. Y. 

1827 3 Chas. R. Collins, Killed, May 12, 1864, at Spottsylvania, Va., aged 27. 

1828 4 Chauncey B. Reese, Died, Sept. 2, 1870, at Mobile, Ala., aged 33. 

1829 5 Orlando G. Wagner, Died, April 21, 1862, of wounds received be- 

fore Yorktown, Va., aged 25. 

1830 6 Robert F. Beckham, Killed, Nov. 30, 1864, at Franklin, Tennessee, 

aged 27. 

1831 7 Moses H. Wright, Killed accidentally, Jan. 8, 1886, at Louisville, Ky., 

aged 50. 

1832 8 Edw T ard G. Bush, Major 6th Infantry. 

1833 9 Francis L. Guenther, Major 2d Artillery. 

1834 10 Elias B. Carling, Died, July 1, 1875, at Fort Sanders, Wyo'ng, aged 38. 



No. 


C.K 


1835 


11 


1836 


12 


1837 


13 


1838 


14 


1839 


15 


1840 


16 


1841 


17 


1842 


18 


1843 


19 


1844 


20 


1845 


21 


1846 


22 



1847 


1 


1848 


2 


1849 


3 


1850 


4 


1851 


5 


1852 


6 


1853 


7 


1854 


8 


1855 


9 


1856 


10 


1857 


11 


1858 


12 


1859 


13 


1860 


14 


1861 


15 


1862 


16 


1863 


17 


1864 


18 


1865 


19 


1866 


20 


1867 


21 


1868 


22 


1869 


23 


1870 


24 


1871 


25 


1872 


26 


1873 


27 


1874 


28 


1875 


29 


1876 


30 


1877 


31 


1878 


32 


1879 


33 


1880 


34 


1881 


35 


1882 


36 


1883 


37 


1884 


38 


1885 


39 


1886 


40 


1887 


41 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 37 

Martin B. Hardin, Brig.-Gen. U. S. A. (retired). 

Eugene M. Baker, Died, Dec. 19, 1884, at Fort Walla Walla, Washington 

Territory, aged 47. 
Norman J. Hall, Died, May 26, 1867, at Brooklyn, N. Y., aged 30. 
Hoderic Stone, Died, March 3, 1862, of wounds received at Ft. Craig, 

New Mexico, aged 25. 
Francis J. Crilly, 223 Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Allen L. Anderson, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Edwin H. Stoughton, Died, Dec. 25, 1868, at Boston, Mass., aged 31. 
Caleb H. Carlton, Major 3d Cavalry. 
Joseph Wheeler, Wheeler, Lawrence County, Ala. 
John J. Upham, Major 5th Cavalry. 
Abraham K. Arnold, Lieut. -Col. 1st Cavalry. 
Henry A. F. Worth, Washington, D. C. 




Walter McFarland, Lieut. -Col. Corps of Engineers. 
John A. Tardy, Died, June 3, 1867, at Georgetown, D. C, aged 28. 
Horace Porter, Pullman Palace Car Co., New York. 
Nicholas Bowen, Died, July 11, 1871, at Dorchester, Mass., aged 35. 
Theodore Edson, Died, Nov. 17, 1870, at Bock Island, 111 , aged 32. 
James H. Wilson, Wilmington, Del, 
Benjamin F. Sloan. (History since 1866 unknown.) 
James M. Whittemore, Lieut. -Col. Ordnance Corps. 
Alanson M. Kandol, Major 1st Artillery. 

Cornelius Hook, Died, June 19, 1864, at Key West, Fla., aged 26. 
Wm. W. McCreery, Killed, July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa., aged 27. 
John M. Wilson, Lieut. -Col. Corps of Engineers. 
Josiah H. Kellogg, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 
Stephen £>. Mamseur, Died, Oct. 21, 1864, of wounds received at 

Cedar Creek, Va., aged 27. 
Edward R. Hopkins. (Unknown.) 
Daniel T>. Lynn. (History since 1870 unknown.) 
Samuel A. Foster, Died, Feb. 2, 1871, at San Francisco, Cal., aged 34. 
Alexander C. M. Pennington, Major 4th Artillery. 
John M. Kerr, Died, March 10, 1862, at Yadkin ville, N. C, aged 25. 
Albert M. Powell, Died, June 10, 1868, at Ft. Stevenson, Dak., aged 23. 
Alfred T. Smith, Major 7th Infantry. 

Wesley Merritt, Colonel 5th Cavalry and Supt. Military Academy. 
James P. Martin, Major and Asst. Adjt.-Gen. U. S. A. 
John R. B. Burtwell, Died, Oct. 21, 1873, at Florence, Ala., aged 37. 
Wm. G. Jones, Killed, Sept. 19, 1863, at Chicamauga, Ga., aged 26. 
Martin V. B. Lewis, Died, June 29, 1862, at Winchester, Va., aged 26. 
Salem S. Marsh, Killed, May 1, 1863, at Chancellorsville, Virginia, 

aged 26. 
Wade H. Gibbes, Columbia, S. C. 

Charles S. Bowman, Died, Jan. 13, 1868, at Camp Verde, Tex., aged 31. 
Samuel T. Cushing, Capt. and Com. of Sub. U. S. A. 
Frank Huger, Lynchburg, Va. 
Robert H. Hall, Major 22d Infantry. 
John N. Andrews, Major 24th Infantry. 
Edward B. D. Biley, Buffalo, N. Y. 
William H. Jordan, Lieut. -Col. 19th Infantry. 

John J. Sweet, Killed, June 27, 1862, at Gaines' Mill, Va., aged 24. 
Lyman Mlshler, Killed, Feb. 21, 1862, at Valverde, N. M., aged 23. 
George S. Hollister, San Francisco, Cal. 

George W. Vanderbilt, Died, Jan. 1, 1864, at Nice, France, aged 25. 
James M. Warner, Albany, N. Y. 
Harold Borland. (History since 1866 unknown.) 



38 REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

MAY 6, 1861. 

Henry A. Du Pont, Wilmington, Del. 

C. E. Cross, Killed, June 5, 1863, before Fredericksburg, Va., aged 26. 

Orville E. Babcock, Drowned, June 2, 1884, in Mosquito Inlet, Florida, 

aged 48. 
Henry W. Kingsbury, Died, Sept. 18, 1862, of wounds received at 

Antietam, Md., aged 27. 
Adelbert Ames, 208 West Fifty-ninth Street, New York, N. Y. 
Llewelln G. Hoxton, Alexandria, Va. 
Adelbert B. Bufflngton, Lieut. -Col. Ordnance Corps. 
Emory Upton, Died, March 14, 1881, at San Francisco, Cal., aged 42. 
Nathaniel E. Chambliss, Selma, Ala. 
Edmund Kirby, Died, May 28, 1863, at Washington, D. C, of 

wounds received at Chancellorsville, Va., aged 23. 
John I. Rogers, Major 1st Artillery. 
Samuel N. Benjamin, Died, May 15, 1886, at Governor's Island, N. Y., 

aged 47. 
John Adair, Cattle Eanchero, near Astoria, Oregon. 
John W. Barlow, Lieut. -Col. Corps of Engineers. 
Chas. E. Hazlett, Killed, July 2, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa., aged 25. 
Chas. E. Patterson, Killed, April 6, 1862, at Shiloh, Tenn., aged 25. 
Judson Kilpatrick, Died, Dec. 2, 1881, at Valparaizo, Chili, aged 45. 
Franklin Harwood, Died, March 26, 1883, at Boston, Mass., aged 44. 
Geo. W. Dresser, Died, May 27, 1883, at Newport, E. I., aged 46. 
Chas. McK. Loeser, 244 West Thirty-ninth Street, New York City. 
Henry C. Hasbrouck, Captain 4th Artillery. 
Wm. A. Elderkin, Captain and Com. of Sub. U. S. A. 
Francis A. Davies, 818 Franklin Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Charles C. Campbell, St. Louis, Mo. 
Malbone F. Watson, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 
John B. Williams, West Chester, Pa. 
Guy V. Henry, Major 9th Cavalry. 

Jacob H. Smyser, with Northern Pacific Eailroad Company. 
Jacob B. Eawles, Captain 5th Artillery. 

Erskine Gittings, Died, Sept. 20, 1880, at Ft. Hamilton, N. Y., aged 40. 
J. Ford Kent, Major 4th Infantry. 
Eugene B. Beaumont, Major 4th Cavalry. 
Leonard Martin, Green Bay, Wis. 
John S. Poland, Lieut. -Colonel 2lst Infantry. 

Robert L. Eastman, Died, Nov. 1865, at Washington, D. C, aged 29. 
Henry B. Noble, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 
Leroy L. Janes. (History since 1867 unknown.) 

Campbell D. Emory , Died, March 11, 1878, at San Antonio, Tex., aged 38. 
J. F. McQueston, Killed, Sept. 19, 1864, at Opequan, Va., aged 29. 
George 0. Sokalski, Died, Feb. 12, 1867, at Fort Laramie, Dak., aged 27. 
Olin F. Eice, St. Louis, Mo. 
Wright Eives, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 
Charles H. Gibson, 1131 Girard Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Matthias W. Henry, Died, Nov. 28, 1877, at Brooklyn, N. Y., aged 39. 
Sheldon Sturgeon, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 

v 

^ JUNE 24, 1861. 

1933 1 Patrick H. O'Korke, KiUed, July 2, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa., 

aged 27. 

1934 2 Francis U. Farquhar, Died, July 3, 1883, at Detroit, Mich., aged 45. 

1935 3 Arthur JET. Dutton, Died, June 5, 1864, at Baltimore, Md., of wounds 

received at Bermuda Hundred, Va., aged 25. 

1936 4 Clarence Derrick, Montgomery, Ala. 

1937 5 Daniel W. Flagler, Lieut. -Col. Ordnance OorpS 1 . 



No. 


C.R, 


1888 


1 


1889 


2 


1890 


3 


1891 


4 


1892 


5 


1893 


6 


1894 


7 


1895 


8 


1896 


9 


1897 


10 


1898 


11 


1899 


12 


1900 


13 


1901 


14 


1902 


15 


1903 


16 


1904 


17 


1905 


18 


1906 


19 


1907 


20 


1908 


21 


1909 


22 


1910 


23 


1911 


24 


1912 


25 


1913 


26 


1914 


27 


1915 


28 


1916 


29 


1917 


30 


1918 


31 


1919 


32 


1920 


33 


1921 


34 


1922 


35 


1923 


36 


1924 


37 


1925 


38 


1926 


39 


1927 


40 


1928 


41 


1929 


42 


1930 


43 


1931 


44 


1932 


45 



No. 


C.R 


1938 


6 


1939 


7 


1940 


8 


1941 


9 


1942 


10 


1943 


11 


1944 


12 


1945 


13 


1946 


14 


1947 


15 


1948 


16 


1949 


17 


1950 


18 


1951 


19 


1952 


20 


1953 


21 


1954 


22 


1955 


23 


1956 


24 


1957 


25 


1958 


26 


1959 


27 


1960 


28 


1961 


29 


1862 


30 


1963 


31 


1964 


32 


1965 


33 


1966 


34 



1967 


1 


1968 


2 


1969 


-3- 


1970 


4 


1971 


5 


1972 


-6 


1973 


7 


1974 


8 


1975 


9 


1976 


-lO- 


1977 


ll 


1978 


12 


1979 


13 


1980 


-14 


1981 


15 


1982 


16 


1983 


17 


1984 


.18 


1985 


-19- 


1986 


20 


1987 


21 


1988 


22 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 39 

Thomas C. Bradford, Died, Jan. 12, 1872, at West Point, N. Y., aged 35. 

Richard M. Hill, Died, March 25, 1876, at Springfield, Mass., aged 37. 

William H. Harris, 490 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, O. 

Alfred Mordecai, Lieut. -Col. Ordnance Corps. 

David H. Buel, Assassinated, July 22, 1870, at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 
aged 30. 

Stephen C. Lyford, Died. May 9, 1885, at Frankford, Pa., aged 46. 

Alonzo H. Cashing, Killed, July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa., aged 22. 

Charles C. Parsons, Died, Sept. 7, 1878, at Memphis, Tenn., aged 40. 

John R. Edie, Died, Oct. 29, 1874. at Washington, D. C, aged 36. 

Lawrence S. Babbitt, Major Ordnance Corps. 

George A. Woodruff, Died, July 4, 1863; of wounds received at Get- 
tysburg, Pa., aged 22. 

Joseph C. Audenreid, Died, June 3, 1880, at Washington, D. C, aged 40. 

Julius W. Adams, Died, Nov. 15, 1865, at Brooklyn, N. Y., aged 25. 

Peter C. Hains, Lieut. -Colonel Corps of Engineers. 

Francis H. Parker, Major Ordnance Corps. 

Joseph P. Farley, Major Ordnance Corps. 

Joseph B. Campbell, Captain 4th Artillery. 

Henry E. Noyes, Major 4th Cavalry. 

Philip H. Remington, Captain 19th Infantry. 

Wm. D. Fuller, Died, March 11, 1886, at Sedalia, Mo., aged 49. 

Justin E. DimicTc, Died, May 5, 1863, of wounds received at Chan- 
cellorsville, Va., aged 23. 

James P. Drouillard, Nashville, Tenn. 

Leroy S. Elbert, Died, Sept. 13, 1863, on the Mississippi River, aged 24. 

Chas. H. Brightly, Died, June 9, 1864, at Philadelphia, Pa., of 
wound received at the Wilderness, Va., aged 25. 

Eugene Carter, Died, Feb. 10, 1877, at Haverhill, Mass., aged 38. 

Samuel P. Ferris, Died, Feb. 4, 1882, at Fort D. A. Russell, Wyoming, 
aged 43. 

George O. Watts, Alexandria, La. 

Frank A. Reynolds, Died, July 19, 1875, at Illion, N. Y., aged 34. 

George A, Custer, Killed, June 25, 1876, on the Little Big Horn, 
Montana, aged 37. 

v la 

Ranald S. Mackenzie, Brig. -Gen. U. S. A. (retired). 

George L. Gillespie, Major Corps of Engineers. 

George Burroughs, Died, Jan. 22, 1870, at Charleston, S. C, aged 28. 

Charles R. Suter, Major Corps of Engineers. 

Jared A. Smith, Major Corps of Engineers. 

Samuel M. Mansfield, Major Corps of Engineers. 

Henry C. Wharton, Died, April 8, 1870, at Baltimore, Md., aged 28. 

Clemens C. Chaffee, Died, July 5, 1867, at Springfield, Mass., aged 26. 

Morris Schaff, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Jasper Myers, San Francisco, Cal. 

William A. Marye, Major Ordnance Corps. 

Frank B. Hamilton, Captain 2d Artillery. 

Isaac Arnold, Major Ordnance Corps. 

Tully McCrea, Captain 1st Artillery. 

James M. Lancaster, Captain 3d Artillery, 

John Egan, Captain 4th Artillery. 

Asa Bolles, Died, April 21, 1863, at Sacarmento, Cal., aged 23. 

James A, Sanderson, Died, April 10, 1864, of wounds received at 

Pleasant Hill, La., aged 23. 
Clifton Comly, Major Ordnance Corps. 
William C. Bartlett, Captain 3d Infantry. 
J. Eveleth Wilson, Captain 2d Artillery. 
John H. Calef, Captain 2d Artillery. 




40 REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

No. C.R. 

1989 23 Samuel B. Mclntire, Houston, Minn. 

1990 24 Albert M. Murray, Died, Aug. 12, 1864, at Macon, Ga., aged 24. 

1991 25 James H. Eollins, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 

1992 26 James H. Lord, Captain and A. Q.-M. U. S. A. 

1993 27 Frederick J. James, Killed by accident, Aug. 4, 1864, near Cold Spring, 

N. Y., aged 23. 

1994 28 Charles N. Warner, Montana, Pa. 



1995 


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1996 


2 


1997 


3 


1998 


4 


1999 


5 


2000 


6 


2001 


7 


2002 


8 


2003 


9 


2004 


10 


2005 


11 


2006 


12 


2007 


13 


2008 


14 


2009 


15 


2010 


16 


2011 


17 


2012 


18 


2013 


19 


2014 


20 


2015 


21 


2016 


22 


2017 


23 


2018 


25 


2019 


26 



2020 


1 


2021 


2 


2022 


3 


2023 


4 


2024 


5 


2025 


6 


2026 


7 


2027 


8 


2028 


9 


2029 


10 


2030 


11 


2031 


12 


2032 


13 


2033 


14 


2034 


15 


2035 


16 


2036 


17 


2037 


18 


2038 


19 




Jolm R, Meigs, Killed by guerillas, Oct. 3, 1864, near Harrisonburg, 

Va., aged 22. 
Peter S. Micliie, Professor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy, 

U. S. Military Academy. 
James D. Rabb, Died, Aug 26, 1863, at New Orleans, La., aged 23. 
William J. Twining, Died, May 5, 1882, at Washington, D. C, aged 42. 
William K. King, Major Corps of Engineers. 
William H. H. Benyaurd, Major Corps of Engineers. 
Charles W. Howell, Died, April 5. 1882, at New Orleans, La., aged 40. 
Asa H Holgate, Died, Sept. 11, 1880, at New Orleans', La., aged 42. 
John E. McGinness, Major Ordnance Corps. 
George W. McKee, Major Ordnance Corps. 
Frank H. Phipps, Major Ordnance Corps. 
James W. Keilly, Major Ordnance Corps. 

Josiah H V. Field, Died, July 16, 1864, at Cumberland, Md., aged 21. 
Charles F. Rockwell Died, Nov. 13, 1868, at Washington, D. C, aged 27. 
William S. Beebe, 25 Grace Court, Brooklyn, Long Island, N. Y. 
Thomas Ward, Major and Asst. Adjt.-Gen. U. S. A. 
Jacob H Counseiman, Died, Feb. 21, 1875, at Baltimore, Md., aged 35. 
George D. Ramsey, Died, July 5, 1878, at Washington, D. C, aged 36. 
Henry C. Dodge, Lost in steamer George S. Wright, in Queen Charlotte 

Sound, about Jan. 27, 1873, aged 30. 
John G. Butler, Captain Ordnance Corps. 
Kobert Catlin, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 
Charles H. Lester, First Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 
Kenelm Robbins, Died, Feb. 28, 1870, in Jackson, Miss., aged 31. 
James M. J. Sanno, Captain 7th Infantry. 
James K. Keid, Elmira, N. Y. 



1864. 

Garrett J. Ly decker, Major Corps Engineers. 

Arthur H Burnham, Died, Sept. 12, 1877, at Lowell, Mass., aged 35. 

Amos Stickney, Major Corps of Engineers. 

James W. Cuyler, Died, April 16, 1883, at Morristown, N. J., aged 40. 

Alexander Mackenzie, Major Corps of Engineers. 

Oswald H. Ernst, Major Corps of Engineers. 

David P. Heap, Major Corps of Engineers. 

William Ludlow, Major Corps of Engineers. 

Charles B. Phillips, Died, June 14, 1881, at Norfolk, Va., aged 41. 

William A. Jones, Major Corios of Engineers. 

John P. Cantwell, Killed, April 18, 1865, at Ft. Tompkins, N.Y., aged 22. 

Andrew N. Damrell, Major Corps of Engineers. 

C. Douglas Waterman, Died, Sept. 28, 1864, at Bordertown, N.J., aged 22. 

Vanderbilt Allen, 56 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Charles J. Allen, Major Corps of Engineers. 

Cullen Bryant, Captain Ordnance Corps. 

Martin L. Poland, Died, Aug. 20, 1878, at Fort Yuma, Cal., aged 37. 

Alexander S. Clarke, Physician, 132 Kemsen Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

E. Van Arsdale Andruss, Captain 1st Artillery. 



No. 


C.R 


2039 


20 


2040 


21 


2041 


22 


2042 


23 


2043 


24 


2044 


25 


2045 


26 


2046 


27 


2047 


1 


2048 


2 


2049 


3 


2050 


4 


2051 


5 


2052 


6 


2053 


7 


2054 


8 


2055 


9 


2056 


10 


2057 


11 


2058 


12 


2059 


13 


2060 


14 


2061 


15 


2062 


16 


2063 


17 


2064 


18 


2065 


19 


2066 


20 


2067 


21 


2068 


22 


2069 


23 


2070 


24 


2071 


25 


2072 


26 


2073 


27 


2074 


28 


2075 


29 


2076 


30 


2077 


31 


2078 


32 


2079 


33 


2080 


34 


2081 


35 


2082 


36 


2083 


37 


2084 


38 


2085 


39 


2086 


40 


2087 


41 


2088 


42 


2089 


43 


2090 


44 


2091 


45 


2092 


46 


2093 


47 


2094 


48 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 4 J 



William Ennis, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

John Elliott, Died, April 18, 1871, at Dayton, O., aged 29. 

Melville R. Loucks, Died, Feb. 20, 1872, at West Martinsburg, N.Y. aged 31. 

Isaac W. Maclay, ±67 East Sixty-second Street, New York City. 

Eezin G. Howell, Captain 2d Artillery. 

William P. Vose, Captain 2d Artillery. 

Edward D. Wheeler, Died, Oct. 12, 1883, at Pfeiffer, O., aged 44. 

Samuel H. Kinney, Died, Dec. 3, 1868, at Sitka, Alaska, aged 25. 

V 1865. 

Charles W. Raymond, Major Corps of Engineers. 

Lewis C. Overman, Major Corps of Engineers. 

A. Macomb Miller, Major Corps of Engineers. 

Micah R. Brown, Died, April 9, 1880, at Lawrence, Mass., aged 36. 

Milton B. Adams, Major Corps of Engineers. 

William R. Livermore, Major Corps of Engineers. 

David W. Payne, Corning, N. Y. 

William H. Heuer, Major Corps of Engineers. 

William S. Stanton, Major Corps of Engineers. 

William H. Chase, Died, June 24, 1871, at Germantown, Pa., aged 27. 

Thomas H. Handbury, Major Corps of Engineers. 

Reuben W. Petrikin, Killed by the Indians, Oct. 15, 1882, near Dolores, 

Mex., aged 40. 
James C. Post. Major Corps of Engineers. 

John K. Hezlep, Died, Oct. 13, 1867, at Fort Morgan, Ala., aged 24. 
A. Nisbet Lee, Died, Oct. 31, 1879, at Louisville, Ky., aged 36. 
James F. Gregory, Major Corps of Engineers. 
Alfred E. Bates, Major and Paymaster U. S. A. 
Henry B. Ledyard, Gen. -Manager M. C. R. R. Co., Detroit, Mich. 
Thomas M. Tolman, Died, Dec. 14, 1883, at Leavenworth, Ks., aged 42. 
John P. Story, Captain 4th Artillery. 

Ormsby M. Mitchell, Died, May 27, 1875, at Paris, France, aged 32. 
David R. Porter, Died, Nov. 28, 1866, at Brownsville, Tex., aged 25. 
J. Harrison Hall, Dayton, O. 
Appleton D. Palmer, 115 Broadway, N. Y. 
James L. Sherman, Died, May 15, 1880, at New York, aged 35. 
William A. Rafferty, Captain 6th Cavalry, 
Cyrus M. Allen, Vincennes, Ind. 
Albert G. Forse, Captain 1st Cavalry. 
William H. McLaughlin, Captain 18th Infantry. 
Clinton J. Powers, Died, April 21. 1872, at Pittsburg, Pa., aged 27. 
Seneca H. Norton, Ashland, Ky. 

Charles M. Reid, Died, Dec. 8, 1865, at Augusta, Ga., aged 21. 
Edward H. Totten, Killed, June 14, 1878, at Cold Spring, N. Y. aged 33. 
George H. Burton, Major and Asst. Ins. -Gen. U. S. A. 
George T. Olmstead, (Unknown). 

Edwin Mauck, Died, Aug. 16, 1880, at Crisfleld, Md., aged 39. 
Frederick W. Bailey, Died, July 23, 1878, at Beyrout, Turkey, aged 37. 
Thomas L. Brent, Died, May 21, 1880, at Columbus, O., aged 34. 
Charles H. Breckenridge, Died, Aug. 27, 1867, at Fort Morgan, Ala., 

aged 23. 
James M. Marshall, Captain and A. Q.-M. U. S. A. 
William S. Starring, Captain Ordnance Corps. 
William Krause, Captain 3d Infantry. 
Charles P. Smith, San Antonio, Tex. 
Jared L. Rathbone, San Francisco, Cal. 
Thomas J. Lloyd, Captain 18th Infantry. 
Francis H. Ross, Cheyenne, W. T. 
Edward Hunter, Captain 1st Cavalry. 
William A. Garland, Died, Dec. 1, 1865, at Augusta, Ga., aged 22. 



42 REGISTER OE GRADUATES. 

Alexander Hoffman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Edgar C. Bowen, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 

Charles Keller, Captain 2d Infantry. 

Benjamin D. Critchlow. (History since 1869 unknown). 

Malcom McArthur, Died, Jan. 12, 1886, at Limington, Me., aged 45. 

John E. Hosmer, Died, July 13, 1870, at Camp Douglas, Utah, aged 29. 

Samuel M. Mills, Captain 5th Artillery. 

William D. O'Toole, St. Joseph, Mo. 

Charles E. Moore, Died, Dec. 5, 1885, near St. Louis, Mo., aged 44. 

Joseph K. Hyer, Died, Feb. 12, 1882, at Baltimore, Md., aged 37. 

George G. Greenough, Captain 4th Artillery. 

James D. Graham, Died, June 18, 1868, at Washington, D. C, aged 25. 

Warren C. Beach, New York, N. Y. 

Charles Morris, Captain 5th Artillery. 

Satterlee C. Plummer, Died, Nov. 14, 1881, at Washington, D.C., aged 37. 

Archibald H. Goodloe, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 

Cass Durham, Captain 18th Infantry. 

Robert B. Wade, Died. Jan. 8, 1883, at Chicago, 111., aged 40. 

P. Elmendorf Sloan, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Charles A. Dempsey, Captain 2d Infantry. 

1866. 

Henry M. Adams, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

James Mercur, Prof, of Engineering U. S. Military Academy. 

Charles E. L. B. Davis, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

Benjamin D. Greene, Savannah, Georgia. 

John H. Weerlen, Died, Jan. 29, 1877, in San Francisco, Cal., aged 33. 

George M. Wheeler, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

Eugene A. Woodruff, Died, Sept. 30, 1873, at Shreveport, La., aged 31. 

James B. Quinn, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

Daniel W. Lockwood, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

William P. Butler, Eock Island, 111. 

Frank Soule, Prof, of Eng., University of California, Berkley, Cal. 

Edward M. Wright, Died, April 24, 1880, at Washington, D. C, aged 34. 

Richard C. Churchill, Died, June 24, 1879, at Sing Sing, N. Y., aged 34. 

Charles S. Smith, Captain of Ordnance U. S. A. 

Hiero B. Herr, St. Louis, Mo. 

James O'Hara, First Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

Charles E. Kilbourne, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

Abner H. Merrill, First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

Henry H. C. Dunwoody, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

Kobert Craig, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

William P. Dixon, Died, Oct. 6, 1866, in the wreck of the Evening Star, 

aged 21. 
Charles King, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 
James E. Eastman, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 
Isaac T. Webster, Died, July 7, 1886, at San Francisco, Cal., aged 44. 
William H. Upham, Angelica, Wis. 

Solon Orr, Died, Sept. 16, 1867, at Fort Jefferson, Fla., aged 23. 
Elbridge B. Hills, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 5th Artillery. 
Joseph G. Sivift, Died, March 2, 1871, at New York city, aged 28. 
Francis L. Hills, No. 7, Chester Park, Boston, Mass. 
George O. Webster, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 4th Infantry. 
Bufus P. Brown, First Lieutenant 4th Infantry. 
J. Scott Payne, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 
John P. Walker, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 
Quintin Campbell, Kansas City, Mo. 
John F. Stretch, Captain 10th Infantry. 

Albert J. Neff, Died, July 5, 1868, at Ft. C. F. Smith, Mon., aged 24. 
William W. Fleming. (History since 1877 unknown.) 



No. 


C.K 


2095 


49 


2096 


50 


2097 


51 


2098 


52 


2099 


53 


2100 


54 


2101 


55 


2102 


56 


2103 


57 


2104 


58 


2105 


59 


2106 


60 


2107 


61 


2108 


62 


2109 


63 


2110 


64 


2111 


65 


2112 


66 


2113 


67 


2114 


68 


2115 


1 


2116 


2 


2117 


3 


2118 


4 


2119 


5 


2120 


6 


2121 


7 


2122 


8 


2123 


9 


2124 


10 


2125 


11 


2126 


12 


2127 


13 


2128 


14 


2129 


15 


2130 


16 


2131 


17 


2132 


18 


2133 


19 


2134 


20 


2135 


21 


2136 


22 


2137 


23 


2138 


24 


2139 


25 


2140 


26 


2141 


27 


2142 


28 


2143 


29 


2144 


30 


2145 


31 


2146 


32 


2147 


33 


2148 


34 


2149 


35 


2150 


36 


2151 


37 






No. 


C.E 


2152 


38 


2153 


39 


2154 


40 


2155 


41 


2156 


1 


2157 


2 


2158 


3 


2159 


4 


2160 


5 


2161 


6 


2162 


7 


2163 


8 


2164 


9 


2165 


10 


2166 


11 


2167 


12 


2168 


13 


2169 


14 


2170 


15 


2171 


16 


2172 


17 


2173 


18 


2174 


19 


2175 


20 


2176 


21 


2177 


22 


2178 


23 


2179 


24 


2180 


25 


2181 


26 


2182 


27 


2183 


28 


2184 


29 


2185 


30 


2186 


31 


2187 


32 


2188 


33 


2189 


34 


2190 


35 


2191 


36 


2192 


37 


2193 


38 


2194 


39 


2195 


40 


2196 


41 


2197 


42 


2198 


43 


2199 


14 


2200 


45 


2201 


46 


2202 


47 


2203 


48 


2204 


49 


2205 


50 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 43 

Charles L. Umbstaetter, Pittsburg, Pa. 

William J. Moberly, 921 D street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

John C. Thompson, Captain 3d Cavalry. 

James B. Cole, Marys ville, Ohio. 

1867. 

Ernst H. Ruffner, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

John C. Mallery, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

Clinton B. Sears, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

Thomas Turtle, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

Joseph E. Griffith, Died, July 7, 1877, at Iowa City, Iowa, aged 34. 

William E. Rogers, Garrison's, N. Y. 

Lewis M. Haupt, Philadelphia, Pa. 

John E. Greer, Captain Ordnance Corps. 

Edward Maguire, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

John Pitman, Captain Ordnance Corps. 

Frederick A. Mahan, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

Charles F. Powell, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

Frederick A. Hinman, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

William F. Reynolds, Died, Nov. 22, 1877, at Lafayette, Ind., aged 30. 

Charles Shaler, Captain Ordnance Corps. 

Charles 8. Heintzehnan, Died, February 27, 1881, at Washington, D. C, 
aged 35. 

John M. K. Davis, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 1st Artillery. 

Crosby P. Miller, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

Charles G. Eckhart, Tuscola, Douglass Co., 111. 

Luigi Lomia, 1st Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

James E. Bell, Died, Sept. 11, 1873, at Fort Jefferson, Fla., aged 29. 

Robert M. Rogers, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

Thomas H. Barber, New York, N. Y. 

John M. Johnson, Zamora, Kansas. 

John McClellan, First Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

Tliomas T. Thornburgh, Killed in action with Ute Indians, near 
Milk River, Col., Sept. 29, 1879, aged 35. 

Eugene P. Murphy, 409 Pine Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Samuel R. Jones, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

Ephraim T. C. Richmond, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

Henry B. Osgood, First Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

James Bassel, Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Sedgwick Pratt, First Lieutenant and R. Q.-M. 3d Artillery. 

Allyn Capron, First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

Henry D. Wallen, Jr., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Arthur Cranston, Killed, April 26, 1873, in action with Modoc In- 
dians, aged 27. 

Alexander D. Schenck, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

Oliver E. Wood, First Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

Edward M. Merriman. (History since 1870 unknown.) 

Edwin S. Curtis, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

George A. Garretson, National Bank of Commerce, Cleveland, O. 

Jacob Almy, Killed, May 27, 1873, at San Carlos Agency, Arizona, 
aged 31. 

William J. Sartle, Died, Jan. 27, 1873, at Santa Fe, N. M., aged 29. 

Leander T. Howes, Stamford, Conn. 

Henry C. Danes, First Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

Walter Howe, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

Bamet Wager, Died. August 9, 1883, at Cleveland, Ohio, aged 40. 

Medorem Crawford, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

Edward Davis, First Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

A. Tracy Lee, Died Feb. 19, 1870, at Washington, D. C, aged 25. 

Henry N. Moss, Oakland, Cal. 



44 REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

No. C.R. 

2206 51 Stanislaus Eemak, 123 South Seventh Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

2207 52 Horatio M. Jones, 427 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

2208 53 Edward S. Godfrey, Captain 7th Cavalry. 

2209 54 William J. Eoe, Newburg, N. Y. 

2210 55 Christopher C. Wolcott, Civil Engineer U. S. Navy. 

2211 56 John A. Campbell, Died Oct. 29, 1875, at Ealeigh, N. C, aged 32. 

2212 57 Gilbert P. Cotton, First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

2213 58 Eliphalet N. Chester, Buffalo, N. Y. 

2214 59 George W. Cradlebaugh, Died, Nov. 25, 1875, at Portland, Ore., aged 29. 

2215 60 William B. McCallum, First Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

2216 61 Orsemus B. Boyd, Died, July 23, 1885, near Grafton, New Mex., aged 41. 

2217 62 Thomas B. Adams, First Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

2218 63 John H. Gifford, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

1868. 

2219 1 Albert H. Payson, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

2220 2 John G. D. Knight, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

2221 3 Bichard L. Hoxie, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

2222 4 Edgar W. Bass, Prof, of Mathematics, U. S. M. A., West Point, N. Y. 

2223 5 James B. Mackall, Died, April 18, 1871, at Santa Fe, N. M., aged 27. 

2224 6 Bichard H. Savage, San Francisco, Cal. 

2225 7 William L. Marshall, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

2226 8 Joseph H. Willard, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

2227 9 Henry Metcalfe, Captain Ordnance Corps. 

2228 10 Frank Heath, Captain Ordnance Corps. . 

2229 11 William J. Hamilton, Died, Jan. 22, 1872, at Bristol, Pa., aged 26. 

2230 12 Bobert Fletcher, Professor Dartmouth College, Hannover, N. H. 

2231 13 John J. Casey, Died, March 24, 1869, at Fort Washington, Md, aged 23. 

2232 14 Clarence O. Howard, Buffalo, N. Y. 

2233 15 David D. Johnson, First Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

2234 16 James C. Morrison, Drowned, May 4, 1871, near Fort Niagara, N. Y., 

aged 25. 

2235 17 Charles B. Barnett, Captain and A. Q.-M. U. S. A. 

2236 18 Eugene 0. Fechet, Port Huron, Mich. 

2237 19 William Everett, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

2238 20 Paul Dahlgren, Died, March 23, 1876, at Borne, Italy, aged 30. 

2239 21 Charles W. Whipple, Captain Ordnance Corps. 

2240 22 George W. Deshler, Died, July 28, 1875, at Fort Barrancas, Fla., aged 31. 

2241 23 David S. Dennison, Hillview, (Lake George) Warren Co., N. Y. 

2242 24 Alexander L. Morton, New York, N. Y. 

2243 25 Christopher T. HaU, Highland Park, 111. 

2244 26 William P. Clark, Died, Sept. 23, 1884, at Washington, D. C, aged 39. 

2245 27 Samuel M. Swigert, Captain 2d Cavalry. 

2246 28 William P. Hall, First Lieutenant and B. Q.-M. 5th Cavalry. 

2247 29 Joshua L. Fowler, Captain 2d Cavalry. 

2248 30 John Pope, Jr., First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

2249 31 William J. Volkmar, Major and Asst. Adjt.-Gen. U. S. A. 

2250 32 James H. Jones, 180 West Fifty-ninth Street, New York, N. Y. 

2251 33 Bichard E. Thompson, First Lieutenant 6th Infantry. 

2252 34 John B. Bodman, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 20th Infantry. 

2253 35 Patrick T. Brodrick, Died, March 29, 1886, at New York, N. Y., aged 41. 

2254 36 William C. Forbush, Captain 5th Cavalry. 

2255 37 John D. C. Hoskins, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 3d Artillery. 

2256 38 Frank L. Shoemaker, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

2257 39 James W. Pope, Captain and A. Q.-M. U. S. A. 

2258 40 Chancellor Martin, U. S. Custom House, New York, N. Y. 

2259 41 William T. Ditch, Assassinated, near Chicago, 111., about April 30, 1884, 

aged 38. 

2260 42 George W. Pyle, Died, Dec. 29, 1868, at Fort Union, N. M., aged 22. 

2261 43 James E. Batchelder, Bethel, Vt. 



No. 


C.K 


2262 


44 


2263 


45 


2264 


46 


2265 


47 


2266 


48 


2267 


49 


2268 


50 


2269 


51 


2270 


52 


2271 


53 


2272 


54 



2273 


1 


2274 


2 


2275 


3 


2276 


4 


2277 


5 


2278 


6 


2279 


7 


2280 


8 


2281 


9 


2282 


10 


2283 


11 


2284 


12 


2285 


13 


2286 


14 


2287 


15 


2288 


16 


2289 


17 


2290 


18 


2291 


19 


2292 


20 


2293 


21 


2294 


22 


2295 


23 


2296 


24 


2297 


25 


2298 


26 


2299 


27 


2300 


28 


2301 


29 


2302 


30 


2303 


31 


2304 


32 


2305 


33 


2306 


34 


2307 


35 


2308 


36 


2309 


37 


2310 


38 


2311 


39 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 45 

Frank W. Russell, Plymouth, N. H. 

George M. Harris, Died, May 12, 1873, of wounds received in action 

with Modoc Indians, April 26, 1873, aged 26. 
Thomas J. Marsh, Limerick Bridge, Pa. 
Harrison S. Weeks, Captain 8th Cavalry. 

Loyall Farragut, 113 East Thirty-sixth Street, New York City. 
Thomas M. Willey, Hadlyme, Middlesex County, Conn. 
Charles F. Roe, First Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

Delancey A. Kane, Knickerbocker Club, 249 Fifth Ave., New York City. 
Sumner H. Bodfish, Washington, D. C. 

Patrick Pitspatrick, Died, Sept. 23, 1884, at St. Martiu's, O., aged 37. 
William H. Coombs, Napa City, Cal. 



1869. 

Eric Bergland, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

Leonard G. Hun, 25 North Pearl Street, Albany, N. Y. 

Samuel E. Tillman, Prof, of Chem., Min. and Geo. U. S. M. A., West 
Point, N. Y. 

Philip M. Price, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

Daniel M. Taylor, Captain Ordnance Corps. 

William C. Fitzsimmons, Tecumseh, Mich. 

William P. Duvall, First Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

Jacob A. Augur, Captain 5th Cavalry. 

Henry L. Harris, First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

Arthur S. Hardy, Prof, of Math., Dartmouth College, Hannover, N. H. 

John G. Bourke, Captain 3d Cavalry. 

David A. Lyle, Captain Ordnance Corps. 

Worth Osgood, Astor House, New York. 

Bemembrance H. Lindsey, Uniontown, Pa. 

Charles H. Rea, St. Louis, Mo. 

James E. Porter, Killed, June 25, 1876, on the Little Big Horn, 
Montana, aged 29. 

Frank E. Nye, Captain and A. C. S. U. S. A. 

William T. Craycroft, First Lieutenant U. S. A. (retired). 

Charles Braden, First Lieutenant U. S. A. (retired). 

John Aspinwall, Drowned, about December 26, 1881, at Toronto, Can- 
ada, aged 35. 

John W. Pullman, Captain and A. Q.-M. U. S. A. 

Franklin Yeaton, Died, Aug. 17, 1872, at Naples, Me., of wounds 
received in action with Indians in New Mexico, Dec. 25, 1869, aged 24. 

Earl D. Thomas, Captain 5th Cavalry. 

William I. Reese, Died, June 20, 1872, at Nashville, Tenn., aged 25. 

Charles Morton, Captain 3d Cavalry. 

Charles H. Rockwell. Captain 5th Cavalry. 

Wells W. Leggett, Detroit, Mich. 

Jenifer H. Smallwood, 54 Warren Street, New York City. 

William F. Smith, 34 East Thirty-sixth Street, New York City. 

George R. Bacon, Tuscola, Illinois. 

Henry P. Perrine, Captain 6th Cavalry. 

William W. Robinson, First Lieutenant and R. Q.-M. 7th Cavalry. 

Wentz C. Miller, Newport, Pa. 

William Rawson, Died, Sept. 1, 1869, at Milliken's Bend, Miss., aged 23. 

Edward W. Brady, 501 Thirteenth Street, Washington, D. C. 

Henry W. Sprole, Captain 8th Cavalry. 

Martin B. Hughes, Captain 9th Cavalry. 

William Gerhard, Overbrook Station, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mason M. Maxon, First Lieutenant and R. Q.-M. 10th Cavalry. 



46 REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

1870. 

Francis V. Greene, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

Winfleld S. Chaplin, Professor of Engineering at Harvard College, 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Edward S. Holden, University of California, Berkely, Cal. 

Carl F. Palfry, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

James Eockwell, Captain Ordnance Corps. 

Edward E. Wood, Captain 8th Cavalry. 

William B. Wier, Killed, Oct. 20, 1879, near White Kiver Agency, 
Col., aged 30. 

William R. Quinan, San Francisco, Cal. 

Edward S. Chapin, First Lieutenant 15th Infantry. 

Henry A. Reed, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

William B. Homer, First Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

Rollin A. Ives, Died, Oct. 29, 1881, at Summit, N. J., aged 32. 

James A. Dennison, 32 Nassau Street, New York City. 

Edward G-. Stevens, Clinton, Mass. 

Edgar S. Dudley, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

Clarence A. Postley, 51 Park Avenue, New York City. 

Charles W. Burrows, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Ira MacNutt, Captain Ordnance Corps. 

William E. Birkhimer, First Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

Walter S. Schuyler, First Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

Benjamin H. Randolph, First Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

Charles A. H. McCauley, Captain and A. Q.-M. U. S. A. 

Richard A. Williams, Captain 8th Cavalry. 

Edward C. Edgerton, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Daniel C. Pearson, First Lieutenant and R. Q.-M. 2d Cavalry. 

Clinton H. Tebbetts, Harrodsburg, Ky. 

Alexander O. Br o die. (Unknown.) 

Charles W. Larned, Prof, of Drawing, U. S. M. A., West Point, N. Y. 

Edmund M. Cobb, Died, Oct. 28, 1883, at Huntsville, Ala., aged 36. 

Austin L. Pierce, Died, Nov. 30, 1870, at Fort Griffin, Tex., aged 22. 

Edward A. Godwin, Captain 8th Cavalry. 

Samuel W. Fountain, First Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 

Frederick K. Ward, First Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 

Robert E. Coxe, Worcester, Mass. 

Peter S. Bomus, First Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 

Edward J. McClernand, First Lieutenant 2d Cavalry and aid to Gener- 
al Gibbon. 

Frederick E. Phelps, First Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 

Robert G. Carter, First Lieutenant U. S. A. (retired). 

Dexter W. Parker, Meriden, Conn. 

Charles B. Schofield, First Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

Frederick W. Kingsbury, First Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

John G. Kyle, Died, March 30, 1877, at Xenia, 0., aged 28. 

Jerauld A. Olmstead, Captain 9th Cavalry. 

Frank Michler, First Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

Benjamin H. Hodgson, Killed, June 25, 1876, on the Little Big 
Horn, Montana, aged 28. 

Edwin H. Shelton, Died, Jan. 12, 1880, near Canyonville, Ore., aged 29. 

Otto L. Hein, First Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 

Sebree Smith, First Lieutenant and R. Q.-M. 2d Artillery. 

Orlando L. Wieting, First Lieutenant 23d Infantry. 

Winfleld S. Edgerly, Captain 7th Cavalry. 

John B. Kerr, Captain 6th Cavalry. 

Clarence A. Stedman, Captain 9th Cavalry. 

Isaiah H. McDonald, Eighth and F Streets, Washington, D. C. 

John Conline, First Lieutenant 9th Cavalry. 

Robert N. Price, 332 C Street N. W., Washington, D. C. 



No. 


C.E 


2312 


1 


2313 


2 


2314 


3 


2315 


4 


2316 


5 


2317 


6 


2318 


7 


2319 


8 


2320 


9 


2321 


10 


2322 


11 


2323 


12 


2324 


13 


2325 


14 


2326 


15 


2327 


16 


2328 


17 


2329 


18 


2330 


19 


2331 


20 


2332 


21 


2333 


22 


2334 


23 


2335 


24 


2336 


25 


2337 


26 


2338 


27 


2339 


28 


2340 


29 


2341 


30 


2342 


31 


2343 


32 


2344 


33 


2345 


34 


2346 


35 


2347 


36 


2348 


37 


2349 


38 


2350 


39 


2351 


40 


2352 


41 


2353 


42 


2354 


43 


2355 


44 


2356 


45 


2557 


46 


2358 


47 


2359 


48 


2360 


49 


2361 


50 


2362 


51 


2363 


52 


2364 


53 


2365 


54 


2366 


55 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 47 

No. C.E. 

2367 56 Daniel H. Floyd. Captain and A. Q.-M. U. S. A. 

2368 57 Lovell H. Jerome. (Unknown.) 

2369 58 Levi P. Hunt, First Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 

1871. 

2370 1 James R. Wasson. (Unknown.) 

2371 2 Edgar R. Steever, Captain 3d Cavalry. 

2372 3 James C. Ayres, Captain Ordnance Corps. 

2373 4 Andrew H. Eussell, Captain Ordnance Corps. 

2374 5 George S. Anderson, Captain 6th Cavalry. 

2375 6 Vinton A. Goddard, Died, March 2, 1877, at Washington, D. C , a°-ed 27 

2376 7 Frank H. Edmunds, First Lieutenant and Acljt. 1st Infantry. ' 

2377 8 Held T. Stewart, Killed, by the Apache Indians, August 27, 1872, at 

Davidson's Canon, Arizona, aged 23. 

2378 9 Charles C. Morrison, Captain Ordnance Corps. 

2379 10 George B. Davis, First Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

2380 11 Charles A. Woodruff, Captain and A. C. S. U. S. A. 

2381 12 Walter S. Wyatt, First Lieutenant 9th Infantry. 

2382 13 Wallace Mott, First Lieutenant 8th Infantry. 

2383 14 George E. Bacon, Died, Dec. 20, 1883, at Fort Concho, Tex., aged 35. 

2384 15 Thomas M. Woodruff, First Lieutenant 5th Infantry. 

2385 16 Leverett H. Walker, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

2386 17 Kichard H. Poillon, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

2387 18 Henry P. Kingsbury, First Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 

2388 19 Andrew H. Nave, Captain U. S. A. (retired). 

2389 20 Frederick Schwatka, care New York Times, New York City. 

2390 21 John A. McKinney, Killed, in action with Sioux Indians, Nov. 25, 

1876, on the North Fork of Powder Biver, aged 30. 

2391 22 James N. Allison, First Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

2392 23 James B. Hickey, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 8th Cavalrv. 

2393 24 Charles H. Ribbel, Buffalo, N. Y. 

2394 25 George F. Chase, First Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

2395 26 Ulysses G. White, Engineer U. S. Navy, Boston, Mass. 

2396 27 Thomas T. Knox, First Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 

2397 28 Francis W. Mansfield, First Lieutenant 11th Infantry. 

2398 29 James Fornance, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 13th Infantry. 

2399 30 Henry E. Robinson, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 4th Infantry. 

2400 31 William B. Wheeler, First Lieutenant 18th Infantry. 

2401 32 Daniel H. Brush, First Lieutenant and B. Q.-M. 17th Infantry. 

2402 33 John McA. Webster, First Lieutenant and R. Q.-M. 22d Infantry. 

2403 34 Charles R. Ward, First Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 

2404 35 Alexander McC. Guard, First Lieutenant 19th Infantry. 

2405 36 Thomas S. Mumford, First Lieutenant and R. Q.-M. 13th Infantry 

2406 37 Frederick D. Grant, New York, N. Y. 

2407 38 Thomas G. Townsend, First Lieutenant 6th Infantry. 

2408 39 Wm. R. Hoag, Died, Jan. 16, 1875, at Fort Walla Walla, M. T., aged 27 

2409 40 Fayette W. Roe, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 3d Infantry. 

2410 41 Julius H. Pardee, Oswego, N. Y. 



1872. 

2411 1 Rogers Birnie, Captain Ordnance Corps. 

2412 2 Overton Carr, Jr., Died, July 24, 1881, at Philadelphia, Pa., aged 31. 

2413 3 Stanhope E. Blunt, Captain Ordnance Corps and aid to Gen. Sheridan. 

2414 4 Marcus W. Lyon, Captain Ordnance Corps. 

2415 5 Frank Baker, Captain Ordnance Corps. 

2416 6 Obadiah F. Briggs, Trenton, N. J. 

2417 7 Emerson Griffith, First Lieutenant 13th Infantry. 

2418 8 William Abbot, Hillsboro, 111. 



48 REGISTER OE GRADUATES. 

No. c.R. 

2419 9 George D. Wallace, Captain 7th Cavalry. 

2420 10 Harry D. W* Moore, Drowned, May 9, 1878, at Fort Klamath, Oregon, 

aged 29. 

2421 11 Henry E. Lemly, First Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

2422 12 Charles D. Parkhurst, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

2423 13 Benjamin H. Gilman, First Lieutenant 13th Infantry. 

2424 14 Abram E. Wood, Captain 4th Cavalry. 

2425 15 John T. Van Arsdale, First Lieutenant and E. Q.-M. 7th Infantry. 

2426 16 George Euhsen, First Lieutenant 17th Infantry. 

2427 17 Charles A. Varnum, First Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 

2428 18 Frank West, First Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 

2429 19 Henry M. Harrington, Killed, June 25, 1876, on Little Big Horn 

Eiver, Montana, aged 27. 

2430 20 Eichard T. Yeatman, First Lieutenant 14th Infantry. 

2431 21 Jacob E. Eiblett, Peoria, 111. 

2432 22 George E. Pond, Captain and A. Q.-M. U. S. A. 

2433 23 Mitchell F. Jamar, First Lieutenant 13th Infantry. 

2434 24 Addis M. Henry, Dayton, O. 

2435 25 George B. Walker, First Lieutenant 6th Infantry. 

2436 26 Thomas C. Woodbury, First Lieutenant 16th Infantry. 

2437 27 Charles A. P. Hatfield, Captain 4th Cavalry. 

2438 28 James Allen, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 3d Cavalry. 

2439 29 Charles A. Booth, First Lieutenant 7th Infantry. 

2440 30 John W. Wilkinson, First Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 

2441 31 Ealph W. Hoyt, First Lieutenant 11th Infantry. 

2442 32 Charles H. Watts, First Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

2443 33 Leven C. Allen, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 16th Infantry. 

2444 34 Austin Henely, Drowned, July 11, 1878, near Camp Supply, Arizona, 

aged 30. 

2445 35 William C. McFarland, First Lieutenant 16th Infantry. 

2446 36 William F. Norris, Ponca, Neb. 

2447 37 George T. T. Patterson, First Lieutenant and E. Q.-M. 14th Infantry. 

2448 38 William B. Wetmore, 15 Waverly Place, New York City. . 

2449 39 Charles A. Worden, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 7th Infantry. 

2450 40 William H. Miller, First Lieutenant and E. Q.-M. 1st Cavalry. 

2451 41 Thomas B. Nichols, Allegheny, Pa. 

2452 42 John J. Dougherty, First Lieutenant 11th Infantry. 

2453 43 Alfred H. Rogers, Died, April 30, 1879, at Washington, D. C, aged 31. 

2454 44 Thaddeus W. Jones, First Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 

2455 «£5 Alexander Ogle, First Lieutenant 17th Infantry. 

2456 46 Eobert Hanna, First Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 

2457 47 Joseph Hall, Edgar Springs, Phelps County, Mo. 

2458 48 George Le E. Brown, First Lieutenant and E. Q.-M. 11th Infantry. 

2459 49 George H. Evans, First Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 

2460 50 Herbert E. Tutherly, First Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 

2461 51 William H. Lowe, Died, July 24, 1876, at Ft. Assiniboine, Mon., aged 38. 

2462 52 Henry Wygant, First Lieutenant 24th Infantry. 

2463 53 William H. W. James, First Lieutenant 24th Infantry. 

2464 54 Henry H. Landon, 330 Madison Avenue, New York. 

2465 55 Thomas C. Davenport, First Lieutenant 9th Cavalry. 

2466 56 Frank P. Eeap, Cashier Miner's Savings Bank, Pittston, Pa. 
2487 57 Millard F. Goodwin, Las Vegas, N. M. 

© 

1873. 

2468 1 William H. Bixby, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

2469 2 Henry S. Taber, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

2470 3 William T. Eossell, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

2471 4 Thomas N. Bailey, Died, April 20, 1886, at WiUett's Point, N. Y., aged 36. 

2472 5 John A. Lundeen, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

2473 6 Charles A. L. Totten, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 



No. 


C.R 


2474 


7 


2475 


8 


2476 


9 


2477 


10 


2478 


11 


2479 


12 


2480 


13 


2481 


14 


2482 


15 


2483 


16 


2484 


17 


2485 


18 


2486 


19 


2487 


20 


2488 


21 


2489 


22 


2490 


23 


2491 


24 


2492 


25 


2493 


26 


2494 


27 


2495 


28 


2496 


29 


2497 


30 


2498 


31 


2499 


32 


2500 


33 


2501 


34 


2502 


35 


2503 


36 


2504 


37 


2505 


38 


2506 


39 


2507 


40 


2508 


41 



2509 


1 


2510 


2 


2511 


3 


2512 


4 


2513 


5 


2514 


6 


2515 


7 


2516 


8 


2517 


9 


2518 


10 


2519 


11 


2520 


12 


2521 


13 


2522 


14 


2523 


15 


2524 


16 


2525 


17 


2526 


18 


2527 


19 


2528 


20 


2529 


21 



REGISTER OE GRADUATES. 49 

Jacob E. Bloom, 25 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, 0. 

William H. Coffin, First Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

Joseph H. Dorst, Captain 4th Cavalry. 

Albert S. Cummins, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

Joseph Garrard, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

Ezra B. Fuller, First Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 

Alexander B. Dyer, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 4th Artillery. 

Joshua L. Knapp, Drowned, April 19, 1877, near Astoria, Ore., aged 31. 

George S. Hoyle, First Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 

Edward T. Brown, First Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

George H. Paddock, First Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

Robert London, First Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

Bainbridge Reynolds, First Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

George F. E. Harrison, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

John E. Myers, First Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

Fred A. Smith, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 12th Infantry. 

George A. Cornish, First Lieutenant 15th Infantry. 

Edwin T. Howard, St. Louis, Mo. 

Calvin D. Cowles, First Lieutenant 23d Infantry. 

George O. Eaton, Cooke City, Montana. 

Daniel Cornman, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 21st Infantry. 

Henry C. La Point, First Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

Dillard H. Clark, First Lieutenant and R. Q.-M. 15th Infantry. 

Hoel S. Bishop, First Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

Augustus C Tyler, Norwich, Conn. 

Charles M. O'Connor, First Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 

Samuel N. Holmes, Burned to death, Feb. 15, 1884, at Prescott, Arizona, 

aged 35. 
Edward W. Casey, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 22d Infantry. 
William H. Carter, First Lieutenant and R. Q.-M. 6th Cavalry. 
Hugh T. Reed, First Lieutenant 1st Infantry. 
Cornelius Gardner, First Lieutenant 19th Infantry. 
Louis P. Brant, First Lieutenant 1st Infantry. 

Edgar S. Beacom, Died, March 15, 1884, at Fort Clark, Texas, aged 34. 
Quincy O'M. Gilmore, First Lieutenant and R. Q.-M. 8th Cavalry. 
Joseph P. Huston, First Lieutenant and R. Q.-M. 20th Infantry. 

1874. 

Thomas W. Symons, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

Arthur Murray, First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

Henry M. Andrews, First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

Montgomery M. Macomb, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

James L. Wilson, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

Frank S. Rice, First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

John T. Honey cut First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

George L. Anderson, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

John P. Wisser, First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

Joseph S. Oyster, First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

Orin B. Mitcham, First Lieutenant Ordnance Corps. 

Albert H. Mellen, Died, at Fort Johnson, N. C, Sept. 21, 1876, aged 23. 

Clarence Deems, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

Wright P. Edgerton, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

Edgar B. Robertson, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 9th Infantry. 

Edmund K. Webster, First Lieutenant 2d Infantry. 

Russell Thayer, Sup't. Fairmount Park, 33 Ridge Av., Philadelphia, Pa. 

George R. Cecil, First Lieutenant 13th Infantry. 

Harrison G. Otis, Boyd's Switch, Jackson Co., Ala. 

Charles H. Cabannis, Jr., First Lieutenant 18th Infantry. 

Charles W. Rowell, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 2d Infantry. 



5o REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

No. C.E. 

2530 22 Frederick W. Sibley, First Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

2531 23 Charles C. Norton, Oldtown, Maine. 

2532 24 Charles E. S. Wood, Portland, Oregon. 

2533 25 Luther E. Hare, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 7th Cavalry. 

2534 26 Willis Wittich, First Lieutenant 21st Infantry. 

2535 27 George L. Turner, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 18th Infantry. 

2536 28 Alfred Eeynolds, First Lieutenant 20th Infantry. 

2537 29 William L. Geary, Sonoma, Cal. 

2538 30 William S. Davies, First Lieutenant 13th Infantry. 

2539 31 Christian C. Hewitt, First Lieutenant 19th Infantry. 

2540 32 Henry P. Walker, Died, Sept. 11, 1880, at Fort Pembina, Dak., aged 32. 

2541 33 Louis A. Craig, First Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 

2542 34 Edward E. Hardin, First Lieutenant 7th Infantry. 

2543 35 Charles E. Tyler, First Lieutenant 16th Infantry. 

2544 36 Charles A. Williams, First Lieutenant and E. Q.-M. 21st Infantry. 

2545 37 Marion P. Maus, First Lieutenant 1st Infantry. 

2546 38 Charles F. Lloyd, Butte City, Montana. 

2547 39 Theodore H. Eckerson, First Lieutenant 19th Infantry. 

2548 40 William H. Wheeler, First Lieutenant 11th Infantry. 

2549 41 J. Hansell French, Killed Jan. 17, 1880, in the San Mateo Mts., 

New Mexico, aged 28. 

1875. 

Smith S. Leach, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

Dan C. Kingman, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

Eugene Griffin, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

Williard Young, Captain Corps of Engineers. 

Lotus Niles, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

William A. Simpson, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

Charles A. Tingle, Springfield, Ohio. 

Tasker H. Bliss, First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

Charles H. Clark, First Lieutenant Ordnance Corps. 

John P. Jefferson, Warren, Pa. 

Victor H. Bridgeman, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

John M. Baldwin, New Orleans, La. 

Elbert Wheeler, Nashua, N. H. 

Erasmus M. Weaver, Jr., First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

Myron W. Howe, Died June 16, 1879, at San Diego, Cal., aged 28. 

James R. McAuliffe, Died, Feb. 21, 1882, at Governor's Island, N. Y., 
aged 28. 

James M. Jones, Died, Jan. 2, 1886, at Fort Adams, E. I., aged 34. 

Eli D. Hoyle, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 2d Artillery. 

James C. Bush, First Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

Edwin P. Andrus, First Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

William N. Dykman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

George B. Backus, Jr., First Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 

Stanton A. Mason, Captain 4th Cavalry. 

EobertP. P. Wainwright, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 1st Cavalry. 

William A. Mann, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 17th Infantry. 

Henry D. Huntington, Died, May 4, 1886, at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., 
aged 36. 

Timothy A. Touey, First Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 

William Baird, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 6th Cavalry. 

James G. Sturgis, Killed June 25, 1876, in action with Sioux Indi- 
ans, on Little Big Horn Eiver, M. T., aged 22. 

Alexander Eodgers, First Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

George E. Smith, Major and Paymaster U. S. A. 

Joseph H. Gustin, Second Lieutenant 14th Infantry. 

George L. Scott, First Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 

Francis C. Eltonhead, First Lieutenant 21st Infantry. 



2550 


1 


2551 


2 


2552 


3 


2553 


4 


2554 


5 


2555 


6 


2556 


7 


2557 


8 


2558 


9 


2559 


10 


2560 


11 


2561 


12 


2562 


13 


2563 


14 


2564 


15 


2565 


16 


2566 


17 


2567 


18 


2568 


19 


2569 


20 


2570 


21 


2571 


22 


2572 


23 


2573 


24 


2574 


25 


2575 


26 


2576 


27 


2577 


28 


2578 


29 


2579 


30 


2580 


31 


2581 


32 


2582 


33 


2583 


34 



No. 


C.K 


2584 


35 


2585 


36 


2586 


37 


2587 


38 


2588 


39 


2589 


40 


2590 


41 


2591 


42 


2592 


43 



2593 


1 


2594 


2 


2595 


3 


2596 


4 


2597 


5 


2598 


6 


2599 


7 


2600 


8 


2601 


9 


2602 


10 


2603 


11 


2604 


12 


2605 


13 


2606 


14 


2607 


15 


2608 


16 


2609 


17 


2610 


18 


2611 


19 


2612 


20 


2613 


21 


2614 


22 


2615 


23 


2616 


24 


2617 


25 


2618 


26 


2619 


27 


2620 


28 


2621 


29 


2622 


30 


2623 


31 


2624 


32 


2625 


33 


2626 


34 


2627 


35 


2628 


36 


2629 


37 


2630 


38 


2631 


39 


2632 


40 


2633 


41 


2634 


42 


2635 


43 


2636 


44 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 51 

Samuel A, Cherry, Killed, May 11th, 1881, in a skirmish with de- 
serters and road agents, in Nebraska, aged 31. 

Thomas F. Davis, First Lieutenant 15th Infantry. 

James B. Goe, First Lieutenant 13th Infantry. 

John G. Ballance, First Lieutenant 22d Infantry and Aid to General 
Stanley. 

Edwin B. Bolton, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 23d Infantry. 

Arthur L. Wagner, First Lieutenant 6th Infantry. 

Thomas S. McCaleb, First Lieutenant 9th Infantry. 

Kobert K. Evans, First Lieutenant 12th Infantry. 

Charles W. Williams, Captain and A. Q.-M., U. S. A. 

1876. 

John B. Williams, First Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

Heman Dowd, 45 William St., New York. 

Lawrence L. Bruff, First Lieutenant Ordnance Corps. 

Alexander S. Bacon, Drexel Building, Wall Street, New York. 

Wm. Crozier, First Lieutenant Ordnance Corps. 

Henry H. Ludlow, First Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

John T. French, Jr., First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

William M. Medcalfe, Killed, accidentally, Oct. 21, 1886, at Sandy Hook, 

N. J., aged 33. 
Charles B. Satterlee, First Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 
Leonard A. Lovering, First Lieutenant 4th Infantry. 
William T. Howard, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 
Samuel K. Douglas, Miles City, Mont. 
Edward E. Gayle, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 
William B. Hamilton, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 
Henry D. Borup, First Lieutenant Ordnance Corps. 
Eugene A. Ellis, First Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 
Granger Adams, First Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 
Sevier M. Mains, Killed July 3, 1877, at Craig's Mountain, Idaho, 

aged 26. 
Edward E. Dravo, First Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 
Charles W. Foster, First Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 
Herbert S. Foster, First Lieutenant 20th Infantry. 
Oscar F. Long, First Lieutenant 5th Infantry. 
Charles H. Bonesteel First Lieutenant 21st Infantry. 
Carver Howland, Second Lieutenant 4th Infantry. 
Edward S. Farrow, First Lieutenant 21st Infantry. 
William C. Buttler, First Lieutenant 3d Infantry. 
Frederic E. Smith, Canon City, Colorado. 
Charles S. Hall, Second Lieutenant 13th Infantry. 
Eben Swift, Jr, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 5th Cavalry. 
Ernest A. Garlington, First Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 
James Parker, First Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 
George A. Dodd, First Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 
Harry L. Bailey, First Lieutenant 21st Infantry. 
John C. Gresham, First Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 
George Andrews, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 25th Infantry. 
Hugh L. Scott, First Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 
Horatio G. Sickel, Jr., First Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 
Lloyd S. McCormick, First Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 
Charles E. Garst, Yokohama, Japan. 
Charles L. Hammond, Crown Point, N. Y. 
Albert J. Bussell, First Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 

John Pitcher, First Lieutenant 1st Cavalry, and Aid to Gen. Schofielcl. 
Samuel S. Pague, First Lieutenant 15th Infantry. 
James A. Hutton, Jr., First Lieutenant 8th Infantry. 



52 REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

George Palmer, First Lieutenant 9th Infantry. 
Joseph F. Cunrmings, Brownsville, Tex. 
Alfred M. Fuller, First Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 
Hamilton Rowan, First Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

1877. 

William M. Black, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

Walter L. Fisk, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

Solomon W. Roessler, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

Thomas 0. Patterson, First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

Albert Todd, First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

William B. Gordon, First Lieutenant Ordnance Corps. 

Howard A. Springett, 115 Mulberry Street, Cincinnati, 0. 

William W. Galbraith, First Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

Solon F. Massey, First Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

John J. Haden, First Lieutenant 8th Infantry. 

Charles G. Woodward, First Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

Adam Slaker, First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

John V. White, First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

Frederick Marsh, First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

David Price, Jr., First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

Francis P. Blair, 407 Pine Street, St. Louis, Mo. 

James C. Shofner, 1020 Twenty-first Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Frederick W. Foster, First Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

Theophilus Parker, Nevada Block, San Francisco, Cal. 

Edward H. Plummer, First Lieutenant 10th Infantry. 

Medad C. Martin, First Lieutenant 22d Infantry. 

Augustus P. Blocksom, First Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 

Charles B. Gate wood, First Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 

Jacob G. Galbraith, First Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 

Cunliffe H. Murray, First Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

Bichard H. Wilson, First Lieutenant 8th Infantry. 

Calvin Esterly, Ottawa, Ks. 

Edward Chynoweth, First Lieutenant 17th Infantry. 

Francis J. Patten, First Lieutenant 21st Infantry. 

John H. Philbrick, First Lieutenant 11th Infantry. 

Henry J. Goldman, First Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

Wilber E. Wilder, First Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

Monroe P. Thorington, Died, Sept. 10, 1878, at Ft. Keogh, M. T., aged 23. 

James V. S. Paddock, First Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

Curtis B. Hoppin, First Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

James D. Mann, Second Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 

Robert B. Stevens, First Lieutenant 6th Infantry. 

Henry Kirby, First Lieutenant 10th Infantry. 

Thomas H. Barry, First Lieutenant and B. Q.-M. 1st Infantrv. 

John F. Guilfoyie, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 9th Cavalry. 

William C. Brown, First Lieutenant 1st Cavalry and Adjutant M. A. 

William T. Wood, Second Lieutenant 18th Infantry. 

Robert E. Safford. Died, July 19, 1879, at Guadaloupe Mountains, Tex., 

aged 25. 
Charles J. Crane, First Lieutenant 24th Infantry. 
Harry T. Hammond, Died, Feb. 8, 1883, at San Gabriel, Cal., aged 27. 
John Bigelow, Jr., First Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 
Ammon A. Augur, First Lieutenant 24th Infantry. 
George W. Baxter, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Charles A. Tradley, Denver, Col. 
Henry O. Flipper. (Unknown.) 

John J, Brereton, First Lieutenant and Adjutant 24th Infantry. 
Oscar J. Brown, First Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 
Bobert T. Emmet, First Lieutenant 9th Cavalry. 



No. 


C.E 


2737 


45 


2738 


46 


2639 


47 


2640 


48 


2641 


1 


2642 


2 


2643 


3 


2644 


4 


2645 


5 


2646 


6 


2647 


7 


2648 


8 


2649 


9 


2650 


10 


2651 


11 


2652 


12 


2653 


13 


2654 


14 


2655 


15 


2656 


16 


2657 


17 


2658 


18 


2659 


19 


2660 


20 


2561 


21 


2662 


22 


2663 


23 


2664 


24 


2665 


25 


2666 


26 


2667 


27 


2668 


28 


2669 


29 


2670 


30 


2671 


31 


2672 


32 


2673 


33 


2674 


34 


2675 


35 


2676 


36 


2677 


37 


2678 


38 


2679 


39 


2680 


40 


2681 


41 


2682 


42 


2683 


43 


2684 


44 


2685 


45 


2686 


46 


2687 


47 


2688 


48 


2689 


49 


2690 


50 


2691 


51 


2692 


52 


2693 


53 



REGISTER OE GRADUATES. 53 

No. C.R. 

2694 54 Ben Israel Butler, Died, Sept. 1, 1881, at Bay View, Mass., aged 26. 

2695 55 John McMartin, First Lieutenant 25th Infantry. 

2696 56 Robert D. Read, Jr., First Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 

2697 57 Samuel P. Wayman, Died, Dec. 16, 1879, at Covington, Ky., aged 27. 

2698 58 Edwin F. Glenn, First Lieutenant 25th Infantry. 

2699 59 Stephen C. Mills, First Lieutenant 12th Infantry. 

2700 60 George N. Chase, Second Lieutenant 4th Infantry. 

2701 61 Millard F. Eggleston, First Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 

2702 62 William H. Baldwin, Second Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 

2703 63 John Baxter, Jr., First Lieutenant 9th Infantry. 

2704 64 Heber M. Creel, Butte City, Mon. 

2705 65 James B. Jackson, First Lieutenant 7th Infantry. 

2706 66 Alexander M. Patch, First Lieutenant and R. Q.-M. 4th Cavalry. 

2707 67 George K. Hunter, First Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

2708 68 Daniel A. Frederick, First Lieutenant 7th Infantry. 

2709 69 Wallis O. Clark, First Lieutenant 12th Infantry. 

2710 70 Matthias W. Day, First Lieutenant 9th Cavalry. 

2711 71 Samuel H. Loder, Died, June 30, 1879, at Fort Benton, Mon., aged 23. 

2712 72 David N. McDonald, First Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

2713 73 James A. Maney, First Lieutenant 15th Infantry. 

2714 74 John F. C. Hegewald, New Albany, Ind. 

2715 75 Ariosto McCrimmon, Dardanella, Ark. 

2716 76 F. Halverson French, Washington, D. C. 

1878. 

George McC. Derby, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

James L. Lusk, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

Frank E. Hobbs, First Lieutenant of Ordnance. 

Edwin McNeill, Hartford, Conn. 

George P. Scriven, First Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

James S. Pettit, First Lieutenant 1st Infantry. * 

Douglas A. Howard, First Lieutenant of Ordnance. 

Frederick Wooley, First Lieutenant 10th Infantry. 

John R. Totten, First Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

William P. Evans, First Lieutenant 19th Infantry. 

Edgar W. Howe, First Lieutenant 17th Infantry. 

Solomon E. Sparrow, First Lieutenant 21st Infantry. 

Lewis D. Greene, Second Lieutenant 7th Infantry. 

John T. Barnett, Second Lieutenant U. S. A. (retired). 

Edward B. Ives, Second Lieutenant 19th Infantry. 

Albert S. Bailey, Bennett, Texas. 

William L. Buck, Second Lieutenant 13th Infantry. 

Charles M. Sehaeffer. (Unknown.) 

Abner Pickering, Second Lieutenant 2d Infantry. 

John C. F. Tillson, First Lieutenant 5th Infantry. 

J. F. Reynolds Landis, Second Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 

Frank de L. Carrington, First Lieutenant 1st Infantry. 

John N. Glass, First Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 

Donald Winston, Died, Oct. 26, 1882, at Richmond, Va., aged 28. 

Frank P. Avery, First Lieutenant 3d Infantry. 

Charles G. Starr, First Lieutenant 1st Infantry. 

Millard F. Waltz, First Lieutenant 12th Infantry. 

Baldwin D. Spillman, Second Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 

Henry O. S. Heistand, First Lieutenant 11th Infantry. 

James R. Richards, Jr., First Lieutenant and Adjutant 4th Cavalry. 

John L. Cox, Missouri Valley, la. 

Charles M. Carrow, Died, May 19, 1879, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 26. 

Elijah H. Merrill, Lincoln House Block, Worcester, Mass. 

Robert N. Getty, Second Lieutenant 22d Infantry. 

* i 



2717 


1 


2718 


2 


2719 


3 


2720 


4 


2721 


5 


2722 


6 


2723 


7 


2724 


8 


2725 


9 


2726 


10 


2727 


11 


2728 


12 


2729 


13 


2730 


14 


2731 


15 


2732 


16 


2733 


17 


2734 


18 


2735 


19 


2736 


20 


2737 


21 


2738 


22 


2739 


23 


2740 


24 


2741 


25 


2742 


26 


2743 


27 


2744 


28 


2745 


29 


2746 


30 


2747 


31 


2748 


32 


2749 


33 


2750 


34 



54 REGISTER OE GRADUATES. 

Nat. P. Phister, First Lieutenant 1st Infantry. 
Frederick Wheeler, First Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 
William J. Elliot, 1308 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
James F. Bell, Second Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 

E. Famsworth Willcox, First Lieutenant 6th Cavalry, and Aid to Gen- 
eral Willcox. 
Abiel L. Smith, First Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 
Silas A. Wolf, Second Lieutenant 4th Infantry. 
Henry F. Kendall, First Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 
Ormentiz J. C. Hock, Died, June 4, 1883, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 27. 

1879. 

Frederic V. Abbot, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

Thomas L. Casey, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

Theodore A. Bingham, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

Curtis McD. Townsend, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

Gustav J. Febiger, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

William W. Gibson, Second Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

Walter S. Alexander, Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

Frank S. Harlow, First Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

James E. Runcie, Second Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

George H. G. Gale, First Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

William A. Shunk, First Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 

Francis H. French, Second Lieutenant 19th Infantry. 

John M. Porter. (Unknown.) 

Edmund D. Smith, Second Lieutenant 19th Infantry. 

Frederick S. Foltz, Second Lieutenant 1st Infantry. 

Luther S. Welborn, Second Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

Lorenzo L. C. Brooks, 73 Western Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

Henry A. Greene, First Lieutenant 20th Infantry. 

James 0. Mackay, First Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

Frank L. Dodds, Second Lieutenant 9th Infantry. 

Guy E. Huse. (Unknown.) 

Edwin P. Pendleton, Second Lieutenant 23d Infantry. 

John A. Johnston, First Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 

William D. Beach, First Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

Archie Gibson, Died, Jan. 26, 1881, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 25. 

Thomas Cruse, Second Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 

Alfred McC. Ogle, Washington, 0. 

Charles R. Noyes, Second Lieutenant 9th Infantry. 

Allen R Jordan, Died, Dec. 13, 1882, near Fort Verde, Ari., aged 28. 

Alonzo L. O'Brien, First Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

Micah J. Jenkins, Suwanee, Tenn. 

James A. Ley den, Second Lieutenant and Adjutant 4th Infantry. 

Charles H. Grierson, First Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 

Lloyd M. Brett, First Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

Charles M. Truitt, First Lieutenant 21st Infantry. 

Samuel C. Robertson, Second Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 

Albert L. Mills, Second Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 

Augustine F. Hewit, Died, June 3, 1882, at San Antonio, Tex., aged 25. 

James Lockett, First Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

Charles P. Stivers, Second Lieutenant 9th Infantry. 

Hunter Liggett, First Lieutenant 5th Infantry. 

John S. Parke, Jr., First Lieutenant 21st Infantry. 

Thomas J. Lewis, First Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

Henry De H. Waite, Second Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

Walter L. Finley, First Lieutenant 9th Cavalry. 

William B. Reynolds, Second Lieutenant 14th Infantry. 

Robert W. Dowdy, First Lieutenant 17th Infantry. 

Christopher C. Miner, Second Lieutenant 9th Infantry. 



No. 


3.R. 


2751 


35 


2752 


36 


2753 


37 


2754 


38 


2755 


39 


2756 


40 


2757 


41 


2758 


42 


2759 


43 


2760 


1 


2761 


2 


2762 


3 


2763 


4 


2764 


5 


2765 


6 


2766 


7 


2767 


8 


2768 


9 


2769 


10 


2770 


11 


2771 


12 


2772 


13 


2773 


14 


2774 


15 


2775 


16 


2776 


17 


2777 


18 


2778 


19 


2779 


20 


2780 


21 


2781 


22 


2782 


23 


2783 


24 


2784 


25 


2785 


26 


2786 


27 


2787 


28 


2788 


29 


2789 


30 


2790 


31 


2791 


32 


2792 


33 


2792 


34 


2794 


35 


2795 


36 


2796 


37 


2797 


38 


2798 


39 


2799 


40 


2800 


41 


2801 


42 


2802 


43 


2803 


44 


2804 


45 


2805 


46 


2806 


47 


2807 


48 



No. 


C.R 


2808 


49 


2809 


50 


2810 


51 


2811 


52 


2812 


53 


2813 


54 


2814 


55 


2815 


56 


2816 


57 


2817 


58 


2818 


59 


2819 


60 


2820 


61 


2821 


62 


2822 


63 


2823 


64 


2824 


65 


2825 


66 


2826 


67 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 55 

James A. Irons, First Lieutenant 20th Infantry. 

Frank F. Eastman, Second Lieutenant 14th Infantry. 

Charles McClure, Second Lieutenant 18th Infantry. 

Charles L. Steele, Second Lieutenant 18th Infantry. 

Daniel L. Howell, Second Lieutenant 7th Infantry. 

Edward H. Browne, Second Lieutenant 4th Infantry. 

Benjamin W. Leavell, First Lieutenant 24th Infantry. 

John S. Mallory, Second Lieutenant 2d Infantry. 

Will T. May, Second Lieutenant 15th Infantry. 

Samuel W. Miller, First Lieutenant 5th Infantry. 

Frank B. Jones, Second Lieutenant 22d Infantry. 

Charles W. Taylor, First Lieutenant and K. Q.-M. 9th Cavalry. 

Marion B. Saffold, Second Lieutenant 13th Infantry. 

Percy Parker, Lowell, Mass. 

Arthur C. Ducat, Jr., First Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

William E. Almy, Second Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

Nathaniel J. Whitehead, Box 70, Erie, Pa. 

Walter A. Thurston, First Lieutenant 16th Infantry. 

Guy K. Beardslee, East Creek, N. Y. 

1880. 

2827 1 Oberlin M. Carter, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

2828 2 George W. Goethals, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

2829 3 Sidney E. Stuart, First Lieutenant of Ordnance. 

2830 4 William C. Bafferty, Second Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

2831 5 John L. Chamberlain, Second Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

2832 6 Charles S. Burt, Newberry, Mich. 

2833 7 Henry A. Schroeder. (Unknown.) 

2834 8 Charles J. Bailey, Second Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

2835 9 Frank H. Peck, Watertown, N. Y. 

2836 10 Edward H. Catlin, Second Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

2837 11 Frederick S. Strong, Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

2838 12 Wilbur Loveridge, Second Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

2839 13 David J. Kumbough, Second Lieutenant 3d Artillery and Aid to Gen- 

eral Stanley. 

2840 14 Millard F. Harmon, Second Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

2841 15 Charles H. Hunter, Second Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

2842 16 George W. Van Deusen, Second Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

2843 17 Edgar Hubert, Second Lieutenant 8th Infantry. 

2844 18 James B. Aleshire, Second Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 

2845 19 Samuel W. Dunning, First Lieutenant 16th Infantry. 

2846 20 Edward S. Avis, First Lieutenant 5th Infantry. 

2847 21 Warren H. Cowles, First Lieutenant 16th Infantry. 

2848 22 James B. Erwin, First Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

2849 23 Charles E. Hewitt, Trenton, N. J. 

2850 24 Hugh J. McGrath. First Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

2851 25 Elias Chandler, Second Lieutenant 16th Infantry. 

2852 26 William S. Scott, Second Lieutenant 1st Cavalry*. 

2853 27 Walter M. Dickinson, First Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

2854 28 George L. Converse, Jr., First Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

2855 29 Frederick D. Holton, Second Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

2856 30 Daniel L. Tate, Second Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 

2857 31 Pierce M. B. Travis, First Lieutenant 11th Infantry. 

2858 32 George H. Morgan, First Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

2859 33 Albert B. Scott, Second Lieutenant 13th Infantry. 

2860 34 J. Walker Benet, First Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

2861 35 Benjamin S. Wever, Second Lieutenant 1st Infantry. 

2862 36 James S. Rogers, Second Lieutenant 20th Infantry. 

2863 37 Henry B. Moon, Jr., Second Lieutenant 20th Infantry. 



No. 


C.K 


2864 


38 


2865 


39 


2866 


40 


2867 


41 


2868 


42 


2869 


43 


2870 


44 


2871 


45 


2872 


46 


2873 


47 


2874 


48 


2875 


49 


2876 


50 


2877 


51 


2878 


52 



56 REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 



Harris L. Eoberts, Second Lieutenant 19th Infantry. 
James R. Chapman, Ottawa, 111. 
John Y. F. Blake, Second Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 
James H. G. Wilcox, Second Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 
Francis J. A. Darr, First Lieutenant 12th Infantry. 
George Bell, Second Lieutenant 3d Infantry. 
Charles B. Vodges, Second Lieutenant 1st Infantry. 
George H. Sands, Second Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 
Henry G. Sharpe, Captain and A. C. S. C. S. U. S. A. 
George W. Goode, Second Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 
Zerah W. Torrey, First Lieutenant 6th Infantry. 
Charles Stewart, 149 Bank Street, New York. 
George K. Burnett, First Lieutenant 9th Cavalry. 
James W. Watson, Second Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 
Percy E. Trippe, Second Lieutenant lQth Cavalry. 



1881. 

John Millis, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

John Biddle, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

Edward 0. Brown, Stevens Point, Wis. 

Harry F. Hodges, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

James G. Warren, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

Edwin St. J. Greble, Second Lieutenant 2d Artillery and Aid to Gen. 

Howard. 
Williston Fish, Second Lieutenant 4th Artiilery. 
Samuel E. Allen, Second Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 
Daniel H. Boughton, First Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 
Geo. T. Bartlett, Second Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 
Melzar C. Richards, Second Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 
Charles A. Bennett, Second Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 
Charles L. Phillips, Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 
Clarence P. Townsley, Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 
Albert C. Elunt, Second Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 
Joseph A. Gaston, First Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 
Guy Carleton, Second Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 
Francis J. Kernan, Second Lieutenant 21st Infantry. 
Reuben B. Turner, Second Lieutenant 6th Infantry. 
John L. Barbour, Second Lieutenant 7th Infantry. 
Albert S. McNutt, Second Lieutenant 9th Infantry. 
Rowland G. Hill, Second Lieutenant 20th Infantry. 
Henry C. Hodges, Second Lieutenant 22d Infantry. 
Franklin 0. Johnson, First Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 
Benjamin F. Handforth, First Lieutenant 11th Infantry. 
John F. Morrison, Second Lieutenant 20th Infantry. 
Joseph T. Dickman, First Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 
James T. Kerr, Second Lieutenant 17th Infantry. 
James H. Waters, Second Lieutenant 20th Infantry. 
Daniel E. McCarthy, Second Lieutenant 12th Infantry. 
Enoch H. Crowder, First Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 
Charles H. Barth, Second Lieutenant 12th Infantry. 
Albert J. Griffiths, Accidentally killed, Nov. 6, 1882, near Fort Custer, 

Mont., aged 25. 
Andrew G. Hammond, Second Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 
Frederick G. Hodgson, Second Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 
Virgil J. Brumback, Second Lieutenant 2d Infantry. 
Lester W. Cornish, Second Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 
John C. Waterman, Second Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 
Lyman Hall, Atlanta, Ga. 
Jonas A. Emery, Second Lieutenant 11th Infantry. 



2879 


1 


2880 


2 


2881 


3 


2882 


4 


2883 


5 


2884 


6 


2885 


7 


5886 


8 


2887 


9 


2888 


10 


2889 


11 


2890 


12 


2891 


13 


2892 


14 


2893 


15 


2894 


16 


2895 


17 


2896 


18 


2897 


19 


2898 


20 


2899 


21 


2900 


22 


2901 


23 


2902 


24 


2903 


25 


2904 


26 


2905 


27 


2906 


28 


2907 


29 


2908 


30 


2909 


31 


2910 


32 


2911 


33 


2912 


34 


2913 


35 


2914 


36 


2815 


37 


2916 


38 


2917 


39 


2918 


40 



No. 


C.R. 


2919 


41 


2920 


42 


2921 


43 


2922 


44 


2923 


45 


2924 


46 


2925 


47 


2926 


18 


2927 


49 


2928 


50 


2929 


51 


2930 


52 


2931 


53 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 57 



John M. Stotsenburg, Second Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 

Andrew S. Rowan, Second Lieutenant 15th Infantry. 

Parker W. West, Second Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

Britton Davis. El Paso, Tex. 

Frank B. Andrus, Second Lieutenant 4th Infantry. 

Harry A. Leonhauser, Second Lieutenant 25th Infantry. 

Walter R. Stoll, Mt. Salem, N. J. 

John H. Wills, Second Lieutenant 22d Infantry. 

John H. Gardner, Second Lieutenant 9th Cavalry. 

Lyman W. V. Kennon, Second Lieutenant 6th Infantry. 

Simeon M. Dinkins, Greenville, Ala. 

John B. McDonald, Second Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 

Frederick T. Van Liew, Second Lieutenant 2d Infantry. 



1882. 

2932 1 Edward Burr, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

2933 2 Oscar T. Crosby, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

2934 3 Lansing H. Beach, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

2935 4 Graham D. Fitch, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

2936 5 Eugene J. Spencer, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

2937 6 Warren P. Newcomb, First Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

2938 7 Henry C. Benson, Second Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

2939 8 Ormond M. Lissak, Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

2940 9 George F. Barney, Second Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

2941 10 Adelbert Cronkhite, Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

2942 11 John T. Thompson, Second Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

2943 12 Harvey C. Carbaugh, Second Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

2944 13 Charles G. Treat, Second Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

2945 14 Edward A. Millar, Second Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

2946 15 Richard W. Young, Second Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

2947 16 Samuel Rodman, Jr., Second Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

2948 17 Benjamin Alvord, Jr., Second Lieutenant 20th Infantry. 

2949 18 Victor E. Stottler, Second Lieutenant 10th Infantry. 

2950 19 George W. Mclver, Second Lieutenant 7th Infantry. 

2951 20 Henry T. Allen, Second Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

2952 21 William H. Sage, 2d Lieutenant 5th Infantry. 

2953 22 William W. Forsyth, Second Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 

2954 23 George H. Patten, Second Lieutenant 22d Infantry. 

2955 24 Magnus O. Hollis, Second Lieutenant 4th Infantry. 

2956 25 Barrington K. West, Second Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 

2957 26 John H. Beacom, Second Lieutenant 3d Infantry- 

2958 27 Francis G. Irwin, Second Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

2959 28 Charles P. Elliott, Second Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

2960 29 Charles J. Stevens, Second Lieutenant 9th Cavalry. 

2961 30 Blanton C. Welsh, Second Lieutenant 15th Infantry. 

2962 31 Thomas B. Dugan, Second Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

2963 32 James A. Goodin, Second Lieutenant 7th Infantry. 

2964 33 William H. Allaire, Second Lieutenant 23d Infantry. 

2965 34 Woodbridge Geary, Second Lieutenant 19th Infantry. 

2966 35 James O. Green, Second Lieutenant 25th Infantry. 

2967 36 Charles L. Collins, Second Lieutenant 24th Infantry. 

2968 37 George P. Ahern, Second Lieutenant 25th Infantry. 

1883. 

2969 1 George A. Zinn, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

2970 2 William C. Langfitt, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

2971 3 Henry E. Waterman, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

2972 4 William F. Hancock, Second Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 



58 REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 

Henry C. Davis, Jr., Second Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

Beverly W. Dunn, Second Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

Samuel D. Freeman, Second Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 

William F. Flynn, Second Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 

Eobert J. Duff, Second Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 

Thomas Eidgway, Second Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

John W. Kuckman, Second Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

Alfred B. Jackson, Second Lieutenant 9th Cavalry. 

William P. Stone, Second Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

William E. Shipp, Second Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 

Ira A. Haynes, Second Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

Willoughby Walke, Second Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 

Edwin C. Bullock, Second Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 

Chase W. Kennedy, Second Lieutenant 3d Infantry. 

Lewis Ostheim, Second Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 

Charles G. Morton, Second Lieutenant 6th Infantry. 

Samuel E. Adair, Second Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

Godfrey H. Macdonald, Second Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 

Herbert H. Sargent, Second Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

Matthew F. Steele, Second Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 

Edwin A. Boot, Second Lieutenant 22d Infantry. 

John M. Neall, Second Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

William H. Smith, Second Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 

Isaac W. Littell, Second Lieutenant 10th Infantry. 

George H. Cameron, Second Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 

Walter K. Wright, Second Lieutenant 16th Infantry. 

Tyree K. Kivers, Second Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

Roger B. Bryan, Second Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

John W. Heard, Second Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

John H. Shollenberger. Second Lieutenant 10th Infantry. 

Charles H. Osgood, Died, May 1, 1886, at Haverhill, Mass., aged 25. 

Harry C. Hale, Second Lieutenant 12th Infantry. 

Eobert D. Walsh, Second Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

Charles H. Cochran, Second Lieutenant 7th Infantry. 

Elmore F. Taggart, Second Lieutenant 6th Infantry. 

George W. Eead, Second Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

Samson L. Faison, Second Lieutenant 1st Infantry. 

Alfred Hasbrouck, Jr., Second Lieutenant 14th Infantry. 

Jacob F. Kreps, Second Lieutenant 22d Infantry. 

Henry C. Cabell, Jr., Second Lieutenant 14th Infantry. 

Charles C. Tear, Second Lieutenant 25th Infantry. 

Edgar S. Walker, Second Lieutenant 17th Infantry. 

Charles McQuiston, Second Lieutenant 4th Infantry. 

Thomas W. Griffith. Second Lieutenant 18th Infantry. 

Frederick Perkins, Second Lieutenant 5th Infantry. 

Omar Bundy, Second Lieutenant 3d Infantry. 

Laurence D. Tyson, Second Lieutenant 9th Infantry. 

Clarence E. Edwards, Second Lieutenant 23d Infantry. 

1884. 

Irving Hale, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 
James C. Sanford, First Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 
Hiram M. Chittenden, Second Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 
Cassius E. Gillette, Second Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 
David DuB. Gaillard, Second Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 
Harry Taylor, Second. Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 
William L. Sibert, Second Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 
John Conklin, Jr., Second Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 
Charles L. Corthell, Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 
Stephen M. Foote, Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 



No. C.R. 


2973 


5 


2974 


6 


2975 


7 


2976 


8 


2977 


9 


2978 


10 


2979 


11 


2980 


12 


2981 


13 


2982 


14 


2983 


15 


2984 


16 


2985 


17 


2986 


18 


2987 


19 


2988 


20 


2989 


21 


2990 


22 


2991 


23 


2992 


24 


2993 


25 


2994 


26 


2995 


27 


2996 


28 


2997 


29 


2998 


30 


2999 


31 


3000 


32 


3001 


33 


3002 


34 


3003 


35 


3004 


36 


3005 


37 


3006 


38 


3007 


39 


3008 


40 


3009 


41 


3010 


42 


3011 


43 


3012 


44 


3013 


45 


3014 


46 


3015 


47 


3016 


48 


3017 


49 


3018 


50 


3019 


51 


3020 


52 


3021 


1 


3022 


2 


3023 


3 


3024 


4 


3025 


5 


3026 


6 


3027 


7 


3028 


8 


3029 


9 


3030 


10 



No. 


C.E, 


3031 


11 


3032 


12 


3033 


13 


3034 


14 


3035 


15 


3036 


16 


3037 


17 


3038 


18 


3039 


19 


3040 


20 


3041 


21 


3042 


22 


3043 


23 


3044 


24 


3045 


25 


3046 


26 


3047 


27 


3048 


28 


3049 


29 


3050 


30 


3051 


31 


3052 


32 


3053 


33 


3054 


34 


3055 


35 


3056 


36 


3057 


37 



3058 


1 


3059 


2 


3060 


3 


3061 


4 


3062 


5 


3063 


6 


3064 


7 


3065 


8 


3066 


9 


3067 


10 


3068 


11 


3069 


12 


3070 


13 


3071 


14 


3072 


15 


3073 


16 


3074 


17 


3075 


18 


3076 


19 


3077 


20 


3078 


21 


3079 


22 


3080 


23 


3081 


24 


3082 


25 


3083 


26 


3084 


27 


3085 


28 


3086 


29 


3087 


30 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 59 



Isaac N. Lewis, Second Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 
Eugene F. Ladd, Second Lieutenant 9th Cavalry. 
Samuel D. Sturgis, Jr., Second Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 
Wendell L. Simpson, Second Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 
Everard E. Hatch, Second Lieutenant 18th Infantry. 
Frederick L. Palmer, Second Lieutenant 21st Infantry. 
James A. Cole, Second Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 
DeRosey C. Cabell, Second Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 
Edwin B. Babbitt, Second Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 
Elisha S. Benton, Second Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 
Farrand Sayre, Second Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 
Wilds P. Richardson, Second Lieutenant 8th Infantry. 
Hugh J. Gallagher, Second Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 
Clarence E. Dentler, Second Lieutenant 6th Infantry. 
Grote Hutcheson, Second Lieutenant 9th Cavalry. 
James K. Thompson, Second Lieutenant 23d Infantry. 
George O. Cress, Second Lieutenant 7th Cavalry. 
Ernest S. Robins, Second Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 
Henry D. Styer, Second Lieutenant 21st Infantry. 
John B. Bellinger, Second Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 
Waldo E. Ayer, Second Lieutenant 12th Infantry. 
Robert H. Noble, Second Lieutenant 1st Infantry. 
David C. Shanks, Second Lieutenant 18th Infantry. 
Benjamin C. Morse, Second Lieutenant 23d Infantry. 
John T. Knight, Second Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 
James B. Hughes, Second Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 
Powhattan H. Clarke, Second Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 



1885. 

Joseph E. Kuhn, Second Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 
William E. Craighill, Second Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 
Michael J. O'Brien, Second Lieutenant 13th Infantry. 
Cornells DeW. Willcox, Second Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 
Haydn S. Cole, Second Lieutenant 3d Infantry. 
Arthur F. Curtis, Second Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 
John C. W. Brooks, Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 
Charles H. Muir, Second Lieutenant 17th Infantry. 
John D. Barrette, Second Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 
Charles F. Parker, Second Lieutenant 2d Artillery. 
Robert A. Brown, Second Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 
Lorenzo P. Davison, Second Lieutenant 11th Infantry. 
Elmer W. Hubbard, Second Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 
John M. Carson, Jr., Second Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 
Austin H. Brown, Second Lieutenant 4th Infantry. 
Almon L. Parmeter, Second Lieutenant 21st Infantry. 
Willard A. Holbrook, Second Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 
Frank DeW. Ramsey, Second Lieutenant 9th Infantry. 
John K. Cree, Second Lieutenant 3d Artillery. 
Henry P. McCain, Second Lieutenant 3d Infantry. 
Frank A. Cook, Providence, R. I. 

William S. Biddle, Jr., Second Lieutenant 13th Infantry. 
John Little, Second Lieutenant 24th Infantry. 
Lewis M. Koehler, Second Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 
George S. Cartwright, Second Lieutenant 24th Infantry. 
Robert E. L. Michie, Second Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 
Robert L. Bullard, Second Lieutenant 10th Infantry. 
Samuel E. Smiley, Second Lieutenant 8th Infantry. 
Daniel B. Devore, Second Lieutenant 23d Infantry. 
Beaumont B. Buck, Second Lieutenant 16th Infantry. 



6o REGISTER OE GRADUATES. 

Philip A. Bettens, Second Lieutenant 9th Cavalry. 
George L. Bryarn, Second Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 
George F. Putnam, Second Lieutenant 16th Infantry. 
Edward E. Gilman, Second Lieutenant 5th Infantry. 
Cnaries D. Towsley, Second Lieutenant 2d Infantry. 
James W. Benton, Second Lieutenant 9th Cavalry. 
William P. Martin, Second Lieutenant 25th Infantry. 
Herbert S. Whipple, Second Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 
Edward P. Lawton, Second Lieutenant 13th Infantry. 

1886. 

Henry C. Newcomer, Second Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

Mason M. Patrick, Additional Second Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

Charles S. Kiche, Additional Second Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

Thomas H. Kees, Additional Second Lieutenant Corps of Engineers. 

Charles L. Potter, Second Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

John A. Towers, Second Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

Arthur Thayer, Second Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

Kobert L. Hirst, Second Lieutenant 11th Infantry. 

Lucien G. Berry, Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

Frank Mclntyre, Second Lieutenant 19th Infantry. 

John E. McMahon, Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

Walter N. P. Darrow, Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery. 

John T. Haines, Second Lieutenant 5th Cavalry. 

Avery D. Andrews, Second Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

Cecil Stewart, Second Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

Charles T. Menoher, Second Lieutenant 1st Artillery. 

Samuel Keber, Second Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

Floyd W. Harris, Second Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

William H. Camp, Second Lieutenant 17th Infantry. 

John T. Nance, Second Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

Harry Freeland, Second Lieutenant 3d Infantry. 

Robert G. Proctor, Second Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

George D. DeShon, Second Lieutenant 23d Infantry. 

Colville M. Pettit, Second Lieutenant 8th Infantry. 

Albert D. Niskern, Second Lieutenant 20th Infantry. 

Frank G. Kalk, Second Lieutenant 3d Infantry. 

Charles C. Walcutt, Jr., Second Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 

William H. Bean, Second Lieutenant 2d Cavalry. 

David J. Baker, Jr., Second Lieutenant 12th Infantry. 

John J. Pershing, Second Lieutenant 6th Cavalry. 

Peter E. Traub, Second Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. 

Thomas B. Mott, Second Lieutenant ist Artillery. 

Benjamin A. Poore, Second Lieutenant 12th Infantry. 

Edward W. McCaskey, Second Lieutenant 21st Infantry. 

Gustave W. S. Stevens, Second Lieutenant 5th Artillery. 

Joseph C. Byron, Second Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 

Jesse Mel. Carter, Second Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

Frank B. Fowler, Second Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

Harry G. Trout, Second Lieutenant 9th Cavalry. 

Edward C. Brooks, Second Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 

Chauncey B. Baker, Second Lieutenant 7th Infantry. 

Malvern H. Barnum, Second Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

Letcher Hardeman, Second Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

Edmund S. Wright, Second Lieutenant 9th Cavalry. 

Bertram T. Clayton, Second Lieutenant 11th Infantry. 

William H. Hay, Second Lieutenant 3d Cavalry. 

James E. Nolan, Second Lieutenant 4th Cavalry. 

James H. McPtae, Second Lieutenant 3d Infantry. 

Stephen H. Elliott, Second Lieutenant 8th Cavalry. 



No. 


G.R 


3088 


31 


3089 


32 


3090 


33 


3091 


34 


3092 


35 


3093 


36 


3094 


37 


3095 


38 


3096 


39 


3097 


1 


3098 


2 


3099 


3 


3100 


4 


3101 


5 


3102 


6 


3103 


7 


3104 


8 


3105 


9 


3106 


10 


3107 


11 


3108 


12 


3109 


13 


3110 


14 


3111 


15 


3112 


16 


3113 


17 


3114 


18 


3115 


19 


3116 


20 


3117 


21 


3118 


22 


3119 


23 


3120 


24 


3121 


25 


3122 


26 


3123 


27 


3124 


28 


3125 


29 


3126 


30 


3127 


31 


3128 


32 


3129 


33 


3130 


34 


3131 


35 


3132 


36 


3133 


37 


3134 


38 


3135 


39 


3136 


40 


3137 


41 


3138 


42 


3139 


43 


3140 


44 


3141 


45 


3142 


46 


3143 


47 


3144 


48 


3145 


49 



No. 


C.E 


3146 


50 


3147 


51 


3148 


52 


3149 


53 


3150 


54 


3151 


55 


3152 


56 


3153 


57 


3154 


58 


3155 


59 


3156 


60 


3157 


61 


3158 


62 


3159 


63 


3160 


64 


3161 


65 


3162 


66 


3163 


67 


3164 


68 


3165 


69 


3166 


70 


3167 


71 


3168 


72 


3169 


73 


3170 


74 


3171 


75 


3172 


76 


3173 


77 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 6i 



Amos B. Shattuck, Second Lieutenant 6th Infantry. 
William M. Swaine, Second Lieutenant 22d Infantry. 
Walter H. Gordon, Second Lieutenant 12tb Infantry. 
James L. Druien, Second Lieutenant 17tli Infantry. 
Armand I. Lasseigne, Second Lieutenant 7th Infantry. 
James H. Frier, Second Lieutenant 17th Infantry. 
George J. Godfrey, Second Lieutenant 12th Infantry. 
Henry C. Keene, Jr., Second Lieutenant 24th Infantry. 
George B. Davis, Second Lieutenant 23d Infantry. 
Frederick C. Kimball, Second Lieutenant 5th Infantry. 
Charles G. Lyman, Second Lieutenant 5th Infantry. 
Arthur Johnson, Second Lieutenant 11th Infantry. 
Frank L. Winn, Second Lieutenant 1st Infantry. 
Charles C. Bal.lou, Second Lieutenant 16th Infantry. 
Erneste V. Smith, Second Lieutenant 3d Infantry. 
George B. Duncan, Second Lieutenant 9th Infantry. 
Robert C. Williams, Second Lieutenant 15th Infantry. 
Lucius L. Durfee, Second Lieutenant 17th Infantry. 
Charles G. Dwyer, Second Lieutenant 21st Infantry. 
Julius A. Penn, Jr., Second Lieutenant 13th Infantry. 
Edward M. Lewis, Second Lieutenant 11th Infantry. 
Bichard C. Croxton, Second Lieutenant 5th Infantry. 
Edward N. Jones, Jr., Second Lieutenant 8th Infantry. 
Seward Mott, Second Lieutenant 10th Cavalry. 
Dwight E. Holley, Second Lieutenant 1st Infantry. 
William G. Elliot, Second Lieutenant 9th Infantry. 
Marcus Maxwell, Second Lieutenant 15th Infantry. 
David W. Fulton, Second Lieutenant 24th Infantry. 



; 



7 



I N DEX 



TO 



EEGISTEE OF GRADUATES. 



Abbott, Frederic V 2760 

Abbott, Henry L 1632 

Abbott, Wil liam 2418 

Abbott, Edward F 1359 

Abercrombie, John J... 322 

Abert, James W 1165 

Abert, John J 71 

Adair. John 1900 

Adair, Samuel E 2989 

Adams, Granger 2609 

Adams, Henry M 2115 

Adams, Isaac A 163 

Adams, John 1296 

Adams, Julius W 1950 

Adams, Milton B 2051 

Adams, Thomas B 519 

Adams, Thomas B 2217 

Ahern, George P 2968 

Aisquith, William E 480 

Alden, Bradford B 653 

Aleshire, James B 2844 

Alexander, Barton S 1117 

Alexander, Edmund B.. 358 
Alexander, E. Porter . . .1762 
Alexander, James B. S.1747 
Alexander, Newton F. . .1537 
Alexander, Thomas L . . 615 

Alexander, Walter S 2766 

Allaire, William H 2964 

Allanson, John S 95 

Allen, Augustus P 850 

Allen, Charles J 2034 

Allen. Cyrus M 2073 

Allen, Ethan A 22 

Allen, Hannibal M 7 

Allen, Harve v A 1073 

Allen, Henry T 2951 

Allen, James 575 

Allen. James 631 

Allen, James 2438 

Allen, James G 462 

Allen, Jesse K 1708 

Allen, John H 725 

Allen, Leven C 2443 

Allen, Lucius H 1000 

Allen, Bobert 874 

Allen, Bobert T. P 754 

Allen, Samuel E 2886 

Allen, Van derbilt 203« 

Allen , William T 1253 

Alley, John W 1481 



Allison, James N 2391 

Allston, Benjamin 1604 

Allston, Bobert F. W.... 271 

Allston. Samuel B 428 

Almy, Jacob 2196 

Almy, William E 2823 

Alvord, Benjamin 728 

Alvord, Benjamin, Jr. . .2948 

Alvord, Charles B 1445 

Ames, Adelbert 1892 

Ammen. Jacob 640 

Amory, Thomas J. C 1523 

Anderson, Allen L 1840 

Anderson, George B — 1545 

Anderson, George L 2516 

Anderson, George S — 2374 

Anderson, James J 421 

Anderson, James W 741 

Anderson, John 28 

Anderson, Joseph B — 845 
Anderson, Bichard H. . .1150 

Anderson, Bobert 406 

Anderson., Bobert H — 1794 
Anderson, Samuel S — 1076 

Andrews, Avery D 3110 

Andrews, George 344 

Andrews, George 2627 

Andrews, George L 1494 

Andrews, George P 1245 

Andrews, Henry M 2511 

Andrews. John N 1879 

Andrus, Edwin P 2569 

Andruss, E. Van Ars- 

dale 2038 

Andrus, Frank B 2923 

Archer, John 453 

Archer, Bobert H 694 

Arden, Thomas B 834 

Armistead, Frank S 1744 

Armistead. Walker K... 3 
Armstrong, Bezaleel W.1252 

Armstrong, John 101 

Armstrong, Bobert L... 115 

Armstrong, William 918 

Arnold, Abraham K 1845 

Arnold, Isaa- 1979 

Arnold, Lewis G 900 

Arnold, Bichard 1462 

Arnold, Bipley A 973 

Arven, William B 872 

Ashley, Bichard H 64 



Aspinwall, John 2292 

Audenried. Joseph C 1949 

Augur, Ammon A 2687 

Augur, Christopher C. . .1182 

Augur, Jacob A 2280 

Austin, Ivers J 513 

Austin, James I 513 

Austine, William 965 

Averell, William W 1702 

Avery. Frank P 2741 

Avis, Edward S 2846 

Ayer, Waldo E 3051 

Ayers, George W 1068 

Ay ers, James C 2372 

Ayers, Bomeyn B 1352 

Babbitt, Edwin B 456 

Babbitt, Edwin B ..... . 3039 

Babbitt, Lawrence S — 1947 

Babcock, Orville E 1890 

Babcock, Samuel 32 

Bache, Alexander D 392 

Bache, Hartman 198 

Backus, Elecius 388 

Backus, George B 2571 

Bacon, Alexander S 2596 

Bacon, George E 2383 

Bacon, George B 2302 

Bacon, John D 1058 

Bacon, Bufus J 1294 

Bacot. Bichard H 1088 

Badollet, James P 116 

Bagby , Arthur P 1574 

Bailev, Albert S 2732 

Bailev, Charles J 2834 

Bailev, Frederick W . . . .2083 

Bailev, Guilford D 1727 

Bailey, Harry L 2625 

Bailev, Jacob W 666 

Bailey, Thomas N 2471 

Bainbridge, Edmund C 1730 

Bainbridge, Henrv 282 

Bainbridge, William P.. 371 

Baird. Absolom 1415 

Bai d, Thomas J 113 

Baird. William 2577 

Baker, Charles T neo 

Baker, Chauncey B 3137 

Baker, David J.. Jr 3125 

Baker, Eugene M 1836 

Baker, Frank 2415 



6 4 



INDEX TO REGISTER OF GRADUATES. 



Baker, Joshua 212 

Baker. Lawrence S 1535 

Baker, Eobert F 880 

Baker, William H 526 

Balch, George T 1496 

Baldwin, Alexander G-.. 463 

Baldwin, John M 2561 

Baldwin, William H 2702 

Ballance, John G 2587 

Ballou, Charles C 3159 

Bankhead, Henry C 1484 

Barbarin, Francis N 237 

Barber, George C 1402 

Barber, Thomas H 2178 

Barbour, John L 2898 

Barbour, Philip N 777 

Barlow, John W 1901 

Barnard, John G 708 

Barnard, Jonathan G. . . 708 

Barnes, James 545 

Barnett, Charles E 2235 

Barnett, John T 2730 

Barney, George F 2940 

Barney, Joshua 249 

Barnwell, Thomas O 772 

Barnum, Malvern H 3138 

Barrette, John D 3066 

Barriger, John W 1723 

Barry, Garrett loio 

Barry, John W 594 

Barry, Thomas A 2679 

Barry, William F 957 

Barth, Charles H 2910 

Bartlett, George T 2888 

Bartlett, William C 1986 

Bartlett, William H. C 429 

Barton, Seth M 1434 

Bascom, George N 1823 

Basinger, William E 588 

Bass, Edgar W 2222 

Bassell, James 2186 

Batchelder, James E 2261 

Bates, Alfred E 2063 

Bates, Francis H 1472 

Bates, Joshua H 915 

Batman, Mark W 341 

Baxter, George W 2688 

Baxter, John 2703 

Bayard, George D 1721 

Baylor, Thomas G 1766 

Beach, Francis 1775 

Beach, John 699 

Beach, Lansing H 2934 

Beach, Warren C 2107 

Beach, William D 2783 

Beacom, Edgar S 2506 

Beacom, John H 2957 

Beall, Lloyd J 611 

Beall, Thomas J 60 

Beall, William N. B 1398 

Beaman, Jenks 1145 

Bean, William H 3124 

Beardslee, Guy B 2826 

Beardsley, John 1094 

Beaumont, Engene B...1919 

Beauregard, P. G. T 942 

Beckham, Bobert P 1830 

Beckley Alfred 334 

Beckwith ; Amos 1470 

Beckwith, Edward G 1123 

Bee. Barnard E 1263 

Beebe, William S 2009 

Bell, David 1511 

Bell, George 1592 

Bell, George 2869 

Bell, James E 2176 

Bell, James F 2754 

Bell, John B 76 



Bell, William H 235 

Bell, William H 1818 

Bellinger, John B 3050 

Beltzhoover, Daniel M. .1342 

Benet, J. Walker 2860 

Benet, Stephen V 1409 

Benham, Henry W 891 

Benjamin, Calvin 1120 

Benjamin, Samuel N 1899 

Bennett, Charles A 2890 

Bennett, Clarence E 1701 

Bennett, John 1725 

Bennett, Napoleon B 366 

Bennett, Thomas 21 

Benson, Henry C 2938 

Benton, Elisha S 3040 

Benton, James G 1121 

Benton, James W 3093 

Benyaurd, Wm. H. H . . .2000 

Bergland, Eric 2273 

Berrien, John M 455 

Berrier, Francis N 137 

Berry, Benjamin A 1102 

Berry, Lucien G 3105 

Berry. Thomas J 1770 

Berry man, Henry 174 

Best, Clermont L 1351 

Bettens, Philip A 3088 

Betts, William H 805 

Bibb, John J. C 1229 

Bibb. Lucien J 474 

Bickley, William 378 

Bicknell, John Y 1215 

Biddle, John 2880 

Biddle, William S., Jr.. .3079 

Bigelow, Charles H 787 

Bigelow, John 2686 

Biggs, Herman 1745 

Bingham, Judson D 1639 

Bingham, Theodore A ..2762 

Bingham, Thomas 1478 

Birdsall, Egbert B. .-. 360 

Birdsall, Stephen 98 

Birkhimer, William E...2330 

Birnie, Bogers 2411 

Bishop, Hoel S 2497 

Bissell, George B 1588 

Bixby, William H 2468 

Black, Henry M 1354 

Black. William M 2641 

Blair, Francis P 2656 

Blair, Montgomery 803 

Blair, William B 951 

Blake, Edward D 1367 

Blake, Jacob E 731 

Blake, John Y. F 2866 

Blanchard. Albert G 566 

Blaney , George 146 

Blaney, James B 227 

Bledsoe, Albert T 602 

Bliss, Horace 290 

Bliss, John 66 

Bliss, Tasker H 2557 

Bliss, William W. S 715 

Bliss, Zenas B 1671 

Blocksom, Augustus P .2662 

Bloodgood, William 383 

Bloom, Jacob E 2474 

Blunt, Albert C 2893 

Blunt, Charles E 1274 

Blunt. Matthew M 1586 

Blunt, Stanhope E 2413 

Board, Buckner 950 

Bodflsh. Sumner H 2270 

Boggs, William B 1582 

Boisaubin, Marie V 54 

Boiles, Asa 1983 

Bolton, Edwin B 2588 



Bomford, George 8 

Bomf ord. James Y 695 

Bomus, Peter S 2346 

Bonaparte, Jerome N. . .1546 

Bond. Adolphus F 1528 

Bonesteel. Charles H...2615 

Bonneau, Bichard Y 1577 

Bonnell, Joseph 418 

Bonneville, Benj. L. E .. 155 

Booker, Jacob J 1179 

Booth, Charles A 2439 

Booth, John C 1392 

Booth, William L 112 

Borland, Harold 1887 

Borup, Henry D 2607 

Botts, Archibald B 1328 

Boughton, Daniel H 2887 

Bouis, Pascal Yincent. . 13 

Bourke, John G 2283 

Bowdon, George B. J... 578 

Bowen. Achilles 1459 

Bo wen, Edgar C 2096 

Bowen , Isaac 1125 

Bowen, John S 1591 

Bowen, Nicholas 1850 

Bowes, John B 208 

Bowman, Alexander H . 394 

Bowman, Andrew W 1098 

Bowman, Charles S 1875 

Bowman. James M 704 

Boyce, William M 305 

Boyd, Joseph B 1003 

Boyd, Orsemus B 2216 

Boynton, Ed ward C 1 283 

Brackett, John E 677 

Bradbury, Lucius 836 

Braden, Charles 2291 

Bradford, Edmund 909 

Bradford, James A. J... 473 

Bradford, Thomas C 1938 

Bradley, Charles A 2689 

Brady, Edward W 2307 

Bragg, Braxton 895 

Brannan, John M 1081 

Bransford, Samuel J 849 

Brant, Louis P 2505 

Bratt, John 894 

Breck, Samuel 1683 

Breckinridge, Chas. H..2085 

Brent, Bobert C 132 

Brent. Thomas L 840 

Brent. Thomas L., Jr . . .2084 

Brereton, John J 2691 

Brereton, Thomas J 1169 

Brett, Lloyd M 2793 

Brewer, Alonzo 136 

Brewer, Bich ard H 1809 

Brewerton, Henry 207 

Brice, Benjamin W 580 

Bridgman, Yictor H 2560 

Briggs, Frank O 2416 

Briggs, Obadiah F 2416 

Brightly, Charles H 1961 

Brisbane, Abbott H... . 401 

Britton, Forbes 782 

Brockinbrough, Austin. 222 
Brockwav, Thomas C... 536 
Brodie, Alexander 0....2338 

Brodrick, Patrick T 2253 

Brooke, Edmund 100 

Brooke, Francis J 460 

Brooke, Leonardo 200 

Brooke, Bobert S 238 

Brooks, Edward C 3136 

Brooks, Horace 794 

Brooks, John C. W 3064 

Brooks, Lorenzo L. C. . .2776 
Brooks, William T. H.. .1104 



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Broom, Thomas B 119 

Brotherton David H....1674 

Brown, Austin H 3072 

Brown, Edward O 2881 

Brown, Edward T 2483 

Brown, George LeR 2458 

Brown, Gustavus 55G 

Brown, Haehaliah 1135 

Brown, Harvey 185 

Brown, Jacob 688 

Brown, John A 1287 

Brown, Micah B 2050 

Brown, Oscar J 2692 

Brown, Bobert A 3068 

Brown, Bufus P 2145 

Brown, Theophilus B... 446 

Brown, Thomson S 395 

Brown, William A 965 

Brown, William C 2681 

Brown, Wm. Spencer... 800 

Browne, Edward H 2813 

Bruff, Lawrence L 2595 

Brumback, Virgil J 2914 

Brumby, Arnoldus V 792 

Brunot, Hilary 120 

Brush, Alfred 680 

Brush, Daniel H 2401 

Brush. John S 83 

Bryam, George L 3089 

Bryan, Edward B 1386 

Bryan, Erancis T 1277 

Bryan, Goode 774 

Bryan, Boger B 3000 

Bryan, Timothy M 1703 

Bryant, Cullen 2035 

Bryant, William 431 

Bryce, Joseph Smith . . . 547 
Buchanan, Bobert C... 617 
Buchanan, William P. . . 243 

Buck, Beaumont B 3087 

Buck, Daniel A. A 31 

Buck, Londus L 74 

Buck, William L 2733 

Buckingham, Catharin- 

us P 546 

Buckner. Simon B 1216 

Buel, David H 1942 

Buell, Don Carlos 1090 

Bufflngton, Adelbert B.1894 

Buford, Abraham 1109 

Buford, John 1384 

Buford, Napoleon B 475 

Bullard, Bobert L 3084 

Bullock, Edwin C 2985 

Bundy, Omar 3018 

Burbank, John G 1091 

Burbank, Sidney 557 

Burchstead, Henry A. . . 67 

Burdine, Clark 263 

Burgwin, John H. K 614 

Burke, Martin J 869 

Burnet, Bobert W 581 

Burnett, George B 2876 

Burnett, Isaac B. D 730 

Burnett, Ward B 678 

Burnham, Arthur H 2021 

Burnham. James D 422 

Burns, James D 1593 

Burns, William W 1358 

Burnside, Ambrose E. . .1348 

Burr, Edward 2932 

Burroughs, George 1969 

Burrows, Charles W 2328 

Burt, Charles S 2832 

Burton, George H 2080 

Burton, Henry S 994 

Burton, Oliver G 37 

Burtwell, John B. B 1870 



Burwell, William T 1220 

Bush, Edward G 1832 

Bush, James C 2568 

Butler, Ben. 1 2694 

Butler, Edward G. W... 240 

Butler, John G 2014 

Butler, Bobert Q 987 

Butler, William P 2124 

Buttler, William C 2618 

Byron, Joseph C 3122 

Cabaniss, Charles H 2528 

Cabell. DeBosey C 3038 

Cabell, Henry C, Jr 3012 

Cabell, William L 1482 

Cadle, Joseph 380 

Cady, Albemarle 564 

Caldwell, James N 1041 

Calef, John H 1988 

Calhoun, Patrick 1095 

Calhoun, William B 1476 

Callender, Franklin D.. 993 

Cameron, George H 2997 

Camp, William H 3115 

Campbell, Archibald son 

Campbell, Charles C 1911 

Campbell, John A 2211 

Campbell, Joseph B 1954 

Campbell, Quintin 2148 

Campbell, Beuben P 1043 

Campbell, Stephen H... 944 

Canby, Edward B. S 1015 

Canfleid, Augustus 298 

Cantwell, John T 2030 

Capron, Allyn 2188 

Capron, Erastus A 716 

Capron, Seth M 278 

Carbaugh, Harvey C 2943 

Carey, Asa B 1817 

Carleton, Guy 2895 

Carlin, William P 1469 

Carling, Elias B 1834 

Carlisle, Josiah H 1239 

Carlton, Caleb H .-1842 

Carpenter, Stephen D. . .1051 

Carr, Eugene A 1468 

Carr, Milton T 1648 

Carr, Overton 2412 

Carrington, Erank de L.2738 

Carroll, Samuel S 1754 

Carrow, Charles M 2748 

Carson, John M., Jr 3071 

Carter, Eugene 1962 

Carter, Jesse Mel 3133 

Carter, Lawrence F 412 

Carter. Oberlin M 2827 

Carter, Bobert G 2349 

Carter, William H 2502 

Cartwright, George S.. .3082 

Casey, Edward W 2501 

Casey, John C 551 

Casey, John J 2231 

Casey, Silas 467 

Casey, Thomas 948 

Casey, Thomas Lincoln. 1536 

Casey, Thomas L 2761 

Cass, George W 665 

Castor, Thomas F 1299 

Catlin, Edward H 2836 

Catlin, Julius 389 

Catlin, Bobert 2015 

Cecil. George B 2526 

Center, Alexander J 491 

Center, John P 736 

Chadbourne, Theo. L...1181 

Chaffee, Clemens C 1974 

Chalfln, Samuel F 1337 

Chalmers, Charles B 761 



Chamberlain, Benj. F. . .1605 
Chamberlain, John L...2831 
Chambers, Alexander ..1621 

Chambers, James A 239 

Chambers, Joseph N 186 

Cham bliss, John B 1609 

Chambliss, Nathaniel B.1896 

Champlin, Samuel 29 

Chandler, Elias 2851 

Chandler, John G 1599 

Chandler, WalterS 589 

Chapin, Edward S 2320 

Chapin, Gurden 1518 

Chaplin, Winfleld S 2313 

Chapman, Alfred B 1659 

Chapman, Orren 1300 

Chapman, James B 2865 

Chapman, William 643 

Chapman, William W... 897 

Chase, George E 516 

Chase, George F 2394 

Chase, George N 2700 

Chase, Leslie 961 

Chase, William H... ... 150 

Chase. William H 2056 

Cherry, Samuel A 2584 

Chester, Eliphalet N 2213 

Chiffelle, Thomas P 886 

Childe, John 471 

Childs, Frederick L 1685 

Childs, Thomas 97 

Chilton, Bobert H 938 

Chittenden. Hiram H...3023 

Chouteau, Auguste 14 

Church, Albert E 508 

Church, John B 1692 

Churchill, Marlborough. 854 

Churchill. Bichard C 2127 

Churchill, William H 1024 

Chynoweth, Edward 2668 

Claflin, Ira W 1786 

Clark, Charles H 2558 

Clark, Darius D 1446 

Clark, Dillard H 2496 

Clark, Henry 325 

Clark, James 574 

Clark, JohnD 1146 

Clark, Joseph C 1377 

Clark, Meriwether L 609 

Clark, Michael M 443 

Clark, Nelson N 507 

Clark, Satterlee 27 

Clark, William P 2244 

Clark, Wallis O 2709 

Clarke, Alexander S 2037 

Clarke, Francis N 1027 

Clarke. Henry F 1178 

Clarke. Powhattan H...3057 

Clary. Bobert E 520 

Clay, Henry 630 

Clay. Joseph 427 

Clayton, Bertram T 3141 

Clendenin, John M 627 

Clitz, Henry B 1266 

Closson. Henry W 1638 

Cobb, Edmund M 2340 

Cobb, James D 58 

Cobb, Samuel K 532 

Coburn, Joseph L 775 

Cochran. Charles H 3006 

Cochran, Bobert M 979 

Cochrane, Alexander F. 140 
Cocke, Philip St.George. 667 

Coffin, William H 2475 

Cogswell, Milton 1417 

Colburn, Albert V 1693 

Colcock, Bichard W 457 

Colcord, Austin N 1479 



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Cole, Haydn S 3062 

Cole, James A 3037 

Cole, Janies B 2155 

Cole, Robert G- i486 

Coleriek, Charles 466 

Collins, Charles L 2967 

Collins, Charles O 512 

Collins, Charles R 1827 

Collins, Francis 1242 

Collins, Richard D. C... 345 
Collingsworth, John T.. 610 

Comly, Clifton 1985 

Comstock, Cyrus B 1677 

Conant, Augustus 73 

Conant, Roswell 228 

Cone, Aurelius F 1787 

Conklin, John, Jr 3028 

Conkling, Barnabas 852 

Conkling, Solomon G-.. 47 

Conline, John 2365 

Conner, Edward J 1792 

Conrad, John 661 

Conrad, Joseph S 1791 

Converse, George L., Jr. 2894 

Cook, Anson J 1346- 

Cook, Augustus 1214 

Cook, Frank A 3078 

Cook, William 291 

Cooke, James H 296 

Cooke, Philip St.George. 492 

Coombs, William H 2272 

Cooper, George 138 

Cooper, James F 766 

Cooper, Samuel 156 

Coppee, Henry 1241 

Corley, James L 1488 

Cornish. George A 2490 

Cornish, Lester W 2915 

Cornman, Daniel 2494 

Corprew, George W 189 

Corthell, Charles L 3029 

Cosby, George B 1552 

Cotton, Gilbert P 2212 

Cotton, John W 357 

Couch, Darius N 1284 

Counselman, Jacob H..2011 

Courtnay, Edward H 262 

Couts, Cave J 1203 

Covington. Erasmus F.. 651 

Cowles, Calvin D 2492 

Cowles, Warren H 2847 

Cox, JohnL 2747 

Coxe, Robert E... 2345 

Cradlebaugh. George W.2214 

Craig, Isaac E 104 

Craig, Louis A 2541 

Craig, Robert 2134 

Craig, William 1630 

Craighill, William E 3059 

Craighill, William P.... 1580 
Cram, Thomas Jefferson 432 

Crane, Charles J 2684 

Cranston, Arthur 2190 

Crawford, Medoram 2202 

Craycroft, William T 2290 

Cree, John K 3076 

Creel, Heber M 2704 

Cress George O 3047 

Cressy, Edward P 1816 

Crilly. Francis J 1839 

Crispin, Silas 1452 

Critchlow, Benjamin D.2098 
Crittenden, Alexand'r P. 862 
Crittenden, George B.. . 687 
Crittenden, William L..1271 

Cronkhite, Adelbert 2941 

Crook, George 1573 

Crosby, Oscar T 2933 



Crosman, George H 355 

Cross, Charles E 1889 

Cross, Osborne 417 

Crowder, Enoch H 2909 

Croxton. Richard C 3167 

Crozet, Alfred 1194 

Crozet, A. St. Armand..ll94 

Crozier, William 2597 

Cruger, Nicholas 246 

Cruse, Thomas 2785 

Culbertson, Jacob 1456 

Culbertson, Michael S.. 991 

Cullum, George W 709 

Cumming, Alfred 1441 

Cummings, Joseph F 2638 

Cummins, Albert S 2477 

Cunningham, Arthur S . . 1759 
Cunningham, George A. 1784 

Card, Thomas J 1213 

Curtis, Arthur F 3063 

Curtis, Edwin S 2194 

Curtis, Samuel R 655 

Curtiss, James 1521 

Cushing, Alonzo H 1944 

Cushing. Samuel T 1876 

Custer, George A 1966 

Cutbush, William 87 

Cutts, Thomas 525 

Cuyler, James W 2023 

Dahlgren, Paul 2238 

Daingerfleld, Joseph F.. 194 

Daliba, Janies 61 

Damrell, Andrew N 2031 

Dana, Nathaniel G 93 

Dana, Napoleon J. T 1139 

Dancy Francis L 438 

Danes, Henry C 2199 

Daniel, Junius 1526 

Daniels, Charles B 878 

Darne, Alexander C. H.1103 

D arr , Francis J. A 2868 

D arrow, Walter N. P 3108 

Davant, William M 1667 

Davenport, Thomas C..2465 

Davidson, Henry B 1611 

Davidson, John W 1257 

Davidson, Levi P 937 

Davidson, William B 152 

Davies, Charles 157 

Davies, Francis A 1910 

Davies, Thomas A 565 

Davies, William S 2538 

Daviess, Camillus C 618 

Davis, Benjamin F 1662 

Davis, Britton 2922 

Davis, Charles E. L. B..2117 

Davis, George B 2379 

Davis, George B 3154 

Davis, Edward 2203 

Davis, Jackman J 107 

Davis, James Lucius ... 722 

Davis, Jefferson 520 

Davis, John M. K 2172 

Davis, John P 577 

Davis, Matthew L 1556 

Davis, Nelson H 1320 

Davis, Thomas F 2585 

Davison, Lorenzo P 3069 

Dawson, Samuel K 1007 

Day, Edward H 1503 

Day, Hannibal 348 

Day, Matthias W 2710 

DeForest. William H . . . . 820 

DeHart, Henry V 1715 

DeHart, William C 236 

DeLagnel. Julius A 285 

DeLano, Horace F 1426 



DeRussy, John .1366 

HeRussy, Lewis G 96 

DeRussy, Rene E 89 

DeShon, George D 3119 

DeTreville, Richard 336 

DeVeuve, Henry 1547 

De Witt, David P 855 

Dearborn, Alexander H 946 

Deas, Edward 676 

Deems, Clarence 2521 

Delafield, Richard 180 

Dempsey, Charles A 2114 

Denison, David S 2241 

Denman, Frederick J. . .1137 

Dennison, James A 2324 

Denny, St. Clair 306 

Dent, Frederick T 1199 

Dentler, Clarence E 3044 

Derby, George H 1278 

Derby, George McC 2717 

Derrick, Clarence 1936 

Deshler, George W 2240 

Deshler, James 1637 

Deshon, George 1168 

Despinville, Chaides 166 

Devore, Daniel B 3086 

Dick, George McG 1710 

Dickerson, John H 1341 

Dickinson, Walter M 2853 

Dickman, Joseph T 2905 

Dilhaunty, John N 367 

Dilworth. Rankin 1218 

Dimick, Justin 213 

Dimick, Justin E 1958 

Dimmock, Charles 266 

Dimon. George D 729 

Dinkins. Simeon M 2929 

Ditch. William T, 2259 

Dix, Roger S 693 

Dixon, Joseph 1800 

Dixon, William P 2135 

D'Lagnel, Julius A 285 

Dodd, Grorge A 2624 

Dodds, Frank L 2779 

Dodge, Henry C 2013 

Dodge, Richard 1 1387 

Donaldson, James L 856 

Donelson, Andrew J 233 

Donelson, Andrew J., Jr.1370 

Donelson, Daniel S 396 

Dorr, Gustavus 423 

Dorst, Joseph H 2476 

Doubleday, Abner 1134 

Doughertv, John T 2452 

Douglas, Samuel R 2604 

Douglass, Henry 1566 

Dowd, Heman 2594 

Dowdy, Robert W 2806 

Drane, Anthony 376 

Dravo, Edward E 2611 

Drayton, Thomas , 535 

Drayton, Thomas F 535 

Dresser, George W 1906 

Druien, James L 3149 

Drouillard, James P 1959 

Drum, Simon H 597 

Duane, James C 1371 

DuBarry. Beekman 1413 

DuBois, John Y. D 1686 

DuBose, Benjamin E 745 

DuPont, Henry 727 

DuPont, Henry A 1888 

Ducat, Arthur C, Jr 2822 

Dudle v, Edgar S 2326 

Duff. Robert J 2977 

Dugan, Thomas B 2962 

Dulany, Henry R 128 

Dumeste, Jacob A 226 



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Duncan, James 755 

Duncan, Johnson K 1411 

Duncan, G-eorge B 3161 

Dungan, Hugh E 1458 

Dunn, Beverly, W 2974 

Dunning Samuel W 2845 

Dunwoody, Henry H C.2133 

Durfee, Lucius L 3163 

Durham, Cass 2111 

Duryea, Kichard C 1598 

Dusenberry, Samuel B.. 244 

Dutton. Arthur H 1935 

Dutton, George 286 

Dutton, William 1286 

Duvall, William P.. ..,..2279 

Dwyer. Charles 3164 

Dye, William McE 1610 

Dyer, Alexander B 896 

Dyer, Alexander B., Jr.. 2480 
Dykman, William N 2570 

Eakin, Constantine M.. 175 

Early, Jubal A 908 

Easley, Thomas 1319 

Eastman, Elbridge G-... 645 

Eastman, Frank T 2809 

Eastman, James E 2137 

Eastman, Robert L 1922 

Eastman, Seth 562 

Easton, Langdon C 962 

Eaton, Amos B 464 

Eaton. G-eorge O 2493 

Eaton, Joseph H 828 

Eaton, Nathaniel J 502 

Eaton, William W 384 

Echols, William H 1801 

Eckerson, Theodore H. .2547 

Eckhart, Charles G 2174 

Eddy. Asher R 1210 

Edgerly, Winfleld S 2361 

Edgerton, Edward C 2335 

Edgerton, Wright P 2522 

Edie, John R 1946 

Edmunds, Frauk H 2376 

Edson, John H 1606 

Edson, Theodore 1851 

Edwards, Albert G 706 

Edwards. Clarence R...3020 

Edwards. George 1240 

Edwards, John 1508 

Edwards, John M 221 

Egan, John 1982 

Eggleston. Millard F 2701 

Ehninger, Henry A 1298 

Elbert, Lero y S '. i960 

Elderkin, William A 1909 

Eliason, William A 203 

Elliot, Charles P 2959 

Elliot, George H 1680 

Elliot, Stephen H 3145 

Elliot, William G 3171 

Elliott, John 2040 

Elliott, William J 2753 

Ellis, James N 798 

Ellis, Eugene A 2608 

Elting, Norman 1202 

Eltonhead, Francis E. . .2583 

Elzey, Arnold 923 

Embury. Peter 159 

Emmery, Jonas A 2918 

Emmet, Robert T 2693 

Emory, Campbell D 1925 

Emory, William H 642 

Engle, James 426 

English, Thomas C 1442 

Ennis, William 2039 

Enos, Herbert M 1758 

Ernst, Oswald H 2025 



Ernst, Rudolph F 1108 

Erwin, James B 2848 

Esterly. Calvin 2667 

Eustis, Henry L nil 

Eustis, William 623 

Evans, Andrew W 1561 

Evans, George F 1307 

Evans, George H 2459 

Evans, N. George 1404 

Evans, Robert K 2591 

Evans, William P 2726 

Eveleth, William S 148 

Everett, William 2237 

Ewell, Benjamin S 664 

Ewell, Richard S 1029 

Ewing; Maskell C 444 

Fahnestock, Simon S...1078 

Fain, Richard G 681 

Faison, Samson L 3009 

Fanning, Alex. C. W 86 

Farley, John 339 

Farley, Joseph P 1953 

Farquhar, Francis U 1934 

Farragut, Loyall 2266 

Farrand, Charles E 1795 

Farrally, Patrick A 1250 

Farrow. Edward S 2617 

Farry, Joseph F 1243 

Fay, Heman A 36 

Febiger, Gustav J 2764 

Fechet, Eugene O 2236 

Feltus, Henry J.. 245 

Ferguson, Samuel W 1778 

Ferris, Samuel P 1963 

Fessenden, JohnM 370 

Fetterm an, George 479 

Field, Benjamin 70 

Field, Charles W 1433 

Field, George P 768 

Field, Horace B 1032 

Field, Josiah H. V 2007 

Findlay, John King 365 

Finley, Walter L 2804 

Fish, Oliver H 1772 

Fish, Sewall L 1075 

Fish, Williston 2885 

Fisk, Walter L 2642 

Fitch, Graham D 2935 

Fitzhugh, Henry W 106 

Fitzpatrick, Patrick 2271 

Fitzsimmons, Wm. C 2278 

Flagler, Daniel W 1937 

Flanagan, William 487 

Fleming, Hugh B 1564 

Fleming, William W . . . .2151 

Fletcher, John C 960 

Fletcher, Robert 2230 

Flewellen. James P 1463 

Flint, Franklin F 1093 

Flipper, Henry O 2690 

Floyd, Daniel H 2367 

Floyd- Jones, DeLancey 1316 

Flynn, William F 2976 

Folger, George W 319 

Follet, Frederick M 1492 

Folsom, Joseph L 1052 

Foltz, Frederick S 2774 

Foote, Stephen M 3030 

Forbush, William C 2254 

Fornance, James 2398 

Forney, John H 1557 

Forse, Albert G 2074 

Forsvth, James W 1738 

Forsvth, Robert M 144 

Forsyth, William W 2953 

Forsythe, Benjamin D..1381 
Foster, Amos 534 



Foster, Charles W 2612 

Foster, Fred W 2658 

Foster, Herbert S 2613 

Foster, John G 1275 

Foster, Sam A 1863 

Fountain, Samuel W 2343 

Fowler, Frank B 3134 

Fowler, Joshua L 2247 

Fowler, William H 925 

Frank, Royal T 1816 

Franklin, William B 1167 

Fraser, William D 750 

Frazer, John W 1440 

Frazer, William 875 

Frederick, Daniel A 2708 

Freedley, Henry W 1705 

Freeland, Harry 3117 

Freeman, Constant 974 

Freeman, Jonathan 576 

Freeman, Samuel D 2975 

Freeman, William G 764 

Fremont, Sewall L 1075 

French, Edmund 514 

French, F. Halverson...27i6 

French, Francis H 2771 

French, J. Hansell 2549 

French, John T 2599 

French, Samuel G 1180 

French, William H 912 

Frier, James H 3151 

Frost, Daniel M 1209 

Fry, Cary H 769 

Fry, James B 1344 

Fuller, Alfred M 2639 

Fuller, Charles A 759 

Fuller, Ezra B 2479 

Fuller, William D 1957 

Fulton, David W 3173 

Furman, John G 483 

Gaillard, David DuB. . . .3025 

Gaillard, Peter C 814 

Gaillard, William W 277 

Gaither, Edgar B 1013 

Galbraith, Jacob G 2664 

Galbraith, William W. . . 2648 

Gale, George H. G 2769 

Gale, Levin 497 

Gallagher, Hugh J 3043 

Gano, Aaron G 143 

Gantt, Levi 1106 

Garber, Hezekiah H 1578 

Gardener, Cornelius 2504 

Gardenier, John R. B... 537 

Gardiner, George W 91 

Gardiner, John W. T. . . .1042 

Gardner, Franklin 1183 

Gardner, George W 117 

Gardner, John H 2927 

Gardner. Thomas J 154 

Gardner, William M . . . .1326 

Garesche, Julius P 1074 

Garey, George W 425 

Garland. William A 2094 

Garlington, Earnest A.. 2622 

Garnett, Richard B 1087 

Garnett, Robert S 1085 

Garrard, Joseph 2478 

Garrard, Kenner 1501 

G'arretson, George A 2195 

Garrett, Isaiah 717 

Garst, Charles E 2631 

Gaston, William 1737 

Gaston. Joseph A 2894 

Gates, Collinson R 883 

Gates, Samuel 6 

Gates, William 11 

Gatewood. Charles B...2663 



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G-atlin. Eichard C 696 

Gay, Ebenezer 1682 

Gayle, Edward E 2605 

Geary, William L 2537 

Geary, Woodbridge 2965 

Gentry, William T 1746 

Gerhard, William 2310 

Getty, George W 1031 

Getty, Robert N 2750 

Gibbes, Wade H 1874 

Gibbon, John 1350 

Gibbs, Alfred 1313 

Gibson, Archie 2784 

Gibson, Augustus A 1008 

Gibson, Charles H 1930 

Gibson, David 1131 

Gibson, Horatio G 1347 

Gibson, James 41 

Gibson, William W 2765 

Giff ord, John H 2218 

Gilbert, Charles C 1292 

Gilbert, Henry 230 

Giles, Henry 201 

Gilham, W T illiam 1021 

Gill, Samuel 1208 

Gill, William G 1380 

Gillem, Alvan C 1504 

Gillespie, George L 1968 

Gillette, Cassius E 3024 

Gillmore, Quincy A 1407 

Gillmore, Quincy O'M . .2507 
Oilman, Benjamin H . . .2423 

Gilman, Edward R 3091 

Gilman, Jeremiah H 1734 

Gilmer, Jeremy F 989 

Gird, Henry H 303 

Gittings, Erskine 1917 

Givens, Newton C 1260 

Glass, John N 2739 

Glenn, Edwin F 2698 

Goddard, Vinton A 2375 

Godfrey, Edward S 2208 

Godfrey George J 3152 

Godwin, Edward A 2342 

Goe, James B 2586 

Goethals, George W ... 2828 

Goldman, Henry J 2671 

Goode, George W 2873 

Goodin, James A 2963 

Gooding, Oliver P 1821 

Goodloe, Archibald H ..2110 

Goodwin. Millard F 2467 

Gordon, George A 1660 

Gordon, George H 1314 

Gordon, Walter H 3148 

Gordon, William B 2646 

Gordon, William W 127 

Gorgas, Josiah 1064 

Gorham. Benjamin 252 

Gracie, Archibald 1644 

Grafton, Henry D 996 

Graham, Campbell 294 

Graham, James D 165 

Graham, James D 2106 

Graham, John 783 

Graham, Richard H 983 

Graham, William M 164 

Grandin, William G 934 

Granger, Gordon 1265 

Granger, Robert S 968 

Grant, Frederick D 2406 

Grant, Ulysses S 1187 

Gratiot, Charles 16 

Grattan, John L 1614 

Grayson, John B 450 

Greble, Edwin St. J 2884 

Greble, John T 1651 

Green. Duff C 1435 



Green, James O 2966 

Greene, Benjamin D 2118 

Greene, Christopher A.. 864 

Greene, Francis V 2312 

Greene, George S 327 

Greene, Henry A 2777 

Greene, James B 1534 

Greene, Lewis D 2729 

Greene, Oliver D 1656 

Greenough, George G ..2105 
Greenough, Jonathan K. 504 

Greer, John E 2163 

Gregg, David McM 1684 

Gregory, A. Park 905 

Gregory, James F 2062 

Grelaud, John H 1170 

Gresham, John C 2626 

Grier, James 273 

Grier, William N 839 

Grierson, Charles H 2792 

Griffin, Charles 1353 

Griffin, George H 698 

Griffin, Eugene 2552 

Griffin, Henrv J 452 

Griffin, William H 812 

Griffith, Emerson 2417 

Griffith, Frederirk L.... 170 

Griffith, Joseph E 2160 

Griffith, Thomas W 3016 

Griffiths, Albert J 2911 

Griswold, Henry W 130 

Grover, Cuvier 1453 

Guard, Alexander McC.2404 

Guenther, Francis L 1833 

Guerrant. Charles 256 

Guilf oy le , John F 2680 

Guion, Frederick L 332 

Gunnison, John W 892 

Gustin, Joseph H 2581 

Gwynn, Walter 293 

Hackley, Charles W 549 

Haden, John J 2650 

Hagner, Peter Y 866 

Haile, Joseph T 1488 

Haines, John T 3109 

Haines, Thomas J 1410 

Hains, Peter C 1951 

Hale, David E 719 

Hale, Harry C 3004 

Hale, Irving... 3021 

Hall, Anson 50 

Hall, Charles S 2620 

Hall, Christopher T 2243 

Hall, Cyrus 1148 

Hall, J. Harrison 2069 

Hall, Johnathan N 1837 

Hall, Joseph 2457 

Hall, Lyman 2917 

Hall, Norman J 1837 

Hall, Robert H 1878 

Hall, William P 2246 

Halleck, Henry W 988 

Hallonquist, James H . .1803 

Hamilton, Charles S 1192 

Hamilton, Fowler 1035 

Hamilton, Frank B 1978 

Hamilton, John 1332 

Hamilton, Schuyler 1082 

Hamilton, William J 2229 

Hamilton, William R 2606 

Hammond, Andrew G . . 2912 
Hammond, Charles L. . .2632 

Hammond, Harry T 2685 

Hammond, Marcus C. M. 884 
Hammond, Richard P . .1079 
Hammond, Thomas C ..1159 
Hamtramck, John F 217 



Hancock, David P 1665 

Hancock, William F 2972 

Hancock, Winfield S....1223 
Handbury, Thomas H. . .2057 
Handforth, Benjamin F.2903 

Handy, James O 1166 

Hanley, John H 811 

Hanna, Robert 2456 

Hanson. Weightman K. 807 
Hardcastle, Edm. L. F. .1276 

Hardee, William J 966 

Hardeman, Letcher 3139> 

Hardia, William 939 

Hardie, James A 1177 

Hardin, Edward E 2542 

Hardin, James P 691 

Hardin, Martin D 1835 

Harding. Edward 191 

Hardy, Arthur S 2282 

Hare, Luther R 2533 

Harford, William H 543 

Harker, Charles G 1813 

Harlow, Frank L 2767 

Harmon, Willard F 2840 

Harrington. Henry M. . . 2429 

Harris, Arnold 778 

Harris, David B 713 

Harris, Floyd W 3114 

Harris, George M 226S 

Harris, Henry L 2281 

Harris, Joseph W 404 

Harris, N. Sayre 416 

Harris, William H 1940 

Harris, William L 382 

Harrison, George F. E..2487 

Harrison, Joseph P 746 

Harrison, Masillon 1061 

Harrison, Matthew R.T . 405 
Harrison, Montgom'y P. 1362 

Hartsuff , George L 1554 

Hartz, Edward L 1700 

Harvey, John G 659- 

Harvie, John M 920 

Harwood, Franklin 1905- 

Hasbrouck, Alfred, Jr ..3010 
Hasbrouok, Henry C....1908 

Hascall, Herbert A 1718 

Hasrall,Milo S 1549- 

Haskin. Joseph A 995 

Hatch, Everard E 3035 

Hatch, John P 1247 

Hatfield, Charles A. P... 2437 

Hathew»y, John S 873- 

Haupt, Herman 816 

Haupt, Lewis M 2162 

Hawes, James M 1259 

Hawkins, Edgar S 258 

Hawkins, George W 1230 

Hawkins. John P 1575 

Haxtun , Milton 49 

Hay, William H 3142 

Hayes, Edmund 1282 

Hay man, Samuel B 1161 

Haynes, Ira A 2983 

Haynes, James M 1376 

Haynes, Milton A 958 

Hays, Alexander 1225 

Hays, William 1034 

Hazen, William B 1704 

Hazlett, Charles E 1902 

Hazlitt, Robert 1189 

Hazzard, George W 1335 

Hazzard R. Edward 364 

Heap, David P 2026 

Heard, John W 3001 

Heath, Frank 2228 

Hebert, Louis 1233 

Hebert, Paul O 1017 



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Hegewald ; John F. C. . . .2714 

Heileman, Julius F 12 

Hein, Otto L 2358 

Heintzelman, Chas. S...2171 
Heintzelman, Sam'l P.. 445 

Helm, Ben Hardin 1502 

Heistand, Henry O. S...2745 
Hendershott, Henry B. .1355 
Henderson, Bennett H.. 435 

Henderson, John E 762 

Henderson, Kichard 797 

Henely, Austin 2444 

Henry, Addis M 2434 

Henry, Guy V 1914 

Henry, James M 1224 

Henry, James M. Lake .1224 

Henry, Mathias W 1931 

Henry, William S 825 

Henshaw, James 280 

Hepburne, James S 219 

Herbert, Alfred 791 

Herr, Hiero B 2129 

Herring, Daniel S.... ... 441 

Heth, Henry 1368 

Hetzel, Abner B 494 

Heuer, William H 2054 

Hewitt, Augustine F 2797 

Hewitt, Charles E 2849 

Hewitt, Christian C 2539 

Hey ward, William C 612 

Hezlep, John K 2060 

Hickey, James B 2392 

Higgins, Silas P 1618 

Higgins, Thaddeus 1037 

Hight, George W 82 

Hight, Thomas 1587 

Hildt, J. McLean 1756 

Hill, Ambrose P 1345 

Hill, Bennett H 911 

Hill, Daniel H 1138 

Hill, James H 1699 

Hill, James M 606 

Hill, John H 1016 

Hill, Richard M 1939 

Hill, Robert C 1709 

Hill, Rowland G 2900 

Hill, Thomas M 692 

Hillhouse, John 1130 

Hills, Elbridge R 2141 

Hills, Francis L 2143 

Hills, John 124 

Hinman, Frederick A... 2168 

Hirst, Robert L 3104 

Hitchcock, Ethan A 177 

Hitchcock, Samuel 490 

Hoag, William R 2408 

Hobart, Henry A 56 

Hobart, William F 80 

Hobbs, Frank E 2719 

Hock, Ormentiz J. C 2759 

Hodges, Harry F 2882 

Hodges, Henry C 1525 

Hodges, Henry C 2901 

Hodgson, Benjamin H..2356 
Hodgson, Frederick G..2913 
Hoffman, Alexander W.2095 

Hoffman, William 558 

Holabird, Samuel B 1437 

Holbrook, Willard A 3074 

Holden, Edward S 2314 

Holgate, Asa H 2002 

Holland, John C 267 

Holley, D wight E 3170 

Holley, Samuel H 45 

Hollidav, Jonas P 1473 

Hollis, Magnus O 2955 

Hollister, George S 1884 

Holloway, Edmunds B. .1185 



Holmes, James 1383 

Holmes, Reuben 329 

Holmes, Samuel N 2500 

Holmes, Theophilus H.. 584 

Holt, Charles 356 

Holt, George W 1790 

Holton, Frederick D 2855 

Honeycutt. John T 2515 

Homer, William B 2332 

Hood, John B 1622 

Hood, Washington 500 

Hooe, Alexander S 486 

Hook, Cornelius 1856 

Hooker, Joseph 919 

Hooper, John L 732 

Hopkins, Edward R 1861 

Hopkins, William Fenn. 402 

Hoppin, Curtis B 2675 

Hopson, John D 315 

Hopson, Nevil 935 

Hoskins, Charles 881 

Hoskins, John D. C 2255 

Hosmer, John E 2100 

Houston, David C 1712 

Howard, Clarence O 2232 

Howard, Douglas A. . ..2723 

Howard, Edwin T 2491 

Howard, Oliver O 1634 

Howard, William T 2603 

Howe, Albion P 1066 

Howe, Chileab S 567 

Howe, Edgar W 2727 

Howe, Edwin 1190 

Howe, Myron W .2564 

Howe, Walter 2200 

Howell. Charles W 2001 

Howell, Daniel L 2812 

Howell. Lewis 673 

Howell, Rezin G 2P43 

Howes, Leander T 2198 

Howland, Carver 2616 

Howland, George W ... 1406 

Hoxie, Richard L 2221 

Hoxton, Llewellyn G....1893 

Hoyle, EliD 2567 

Hoyle, George S 2482 

Hoyt, Ralph W 2441 

Hubbard. Elmer W 3070 

Hubert, Edgar 2843 

Hudson, Edward McK. . .1428 

Huger, Benjamin 399 

Huger, Frank 1877 

Hughes, Charles J 977 

Hughes, Martin B 2309 

Hughes, James B 3056 

Hughes, William B 1753 

Hulbert, William 978 

Humber, Charles H 1040 

Humphrey, Evans 109 

Humphreys, Andrew A. 641 
Humphreys, George S..1323 

Hun, Leonard G 2274 

Hunt, Edward B 1232 

Hunt, Franklin E 560 

Hunt, Henrv J 1004 

Hunt, LeviP 2369 

Hunt, Lewis C 1363 

Hunter, Charles H 2841 

Hunter, David 310 

Hunter, Edward 2093 

Hunter, George K 2707 

Hunter, Nathaniel W 749 

Hunter, Robert F 1624 

Huntington, Henry D. . .2575 

Huntington, Minor 38 

Hunton, Thomas 1012 

Huse, Caleb 1500 

Huse. Guy E 2780 



Huston. Daniel 1403 

Huston, Joseph F 2508 

Hutcheson, Grot e 3045 

Hutton. James A 2636 

Hyer, Joseph K 2104 

Ingalls, Rufus 1198 

Ingalls, Thomas R 289 

Inge, Zebulon M. P 985 

Ingraham, Charles H...1806 

Irons, James A 2808 

Irons, Joseph F 1070 

Irvin, William 1006 

Irvine, Armstrong 59 

Irwin, Douglass S 1056 

Irwin, Francis G 2958 

Irwin. James R 408 

Ives. Bray ton 1757 

Ives, Edward B 2731 

Ives, Joseph C 1540 

Ives, Rollin A 2323 

Izard, J.Allen Smith 544 

Izard, James F 524 

Jackson, Alfred B 2980 

Jackson, Andrew 1812 

Jackson, George 1740 

Jackson, Henry B 4 

Jackson, James B 2705 

Jackson, John J 190 

Jackson, Thomas J 1288 

Jackson, Thomas K 1393 

Jackson, William H 1748 

Jamar, Mitchell F 2433 

James, Frederick J 1993 

James, William H. W 2463 

Jamison, Lewis T 377 

Janes, Leroy L 1924 

Jarvis, Charles E 1195 

Jefferson , John P 0559 

Jenkins, L^onidas 1071 

Jenkins, Micah J 2790 

Jenkins, Walworth 1601 

Jennings, Rowley S 964 

Jerome, Lovell H 2368 

Jesup, Charles E 1824 

Johns, Thomas 744 

Johns. Thomas D 1400 

Johns, William B 1055 

Johnson, Arthur 3157 

Johnson, Bushrod R 1039 

Johnson, David D 2233 

Johnson, Edward 972 

Johnson, Franklin F 2902 

Johnson, John M 2179 

Johnson, Milo 142 

Johnson, Richard W 1436 

Johnston. Abraham R.. 813 

Johnston, Albert S 436 

Johnston, Alexander 381 

Johnston, John A 2782 

Johnston, Joseph E 553 

Johnston, Richard W...H29 

Johnston, Robert 1477 

Johnston, Thomas 318 

Johnstone, John P 1175 

Jones, Arnold E.. 923 

Jones, David R . 1312 

Jones, DeLancey F 1316 

Jones, Edmund C 1620 

Jones, Edward N., Jr 3168 

Jones, Frank B 2818 

Jones, Francis L 368 

Jones, Horatio M 2207 

Jones, James H 2250 

Jones, James M 2566 

Jones, John M 1097 

Jones, Robert T 903' 



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Jones, Roger 1527 

Jones, Samuel 1077 

Jones, Samuel R 2183 

Jones, Thaddeus W 2454 

Jones, Thomas M 1625 

Jones, William A 2029 

Jones, William E 1378 

Jones, William G 1871 

Jones, William P 1020 

Jordan, Allen R 2788 

Jordan, Charles D 1154 

Jordan, Thomas 1057 

Jordan, William H 1881 

Judah, Henry M 1201 

Judd, Henry B 999 

Judson, John W 870 

Kalk, Frank G 3122 

Kane, Delancey A 2269 

Kane, Elias K 1105 

Kautz, August V .-.1570 

Keais.JohnL 799 

Keene, Henry C, Jr 3153 

Keller, Charles 2097 

Kello, William O 700 

Kellogg, John 1422 

Kellogg, Josiah H 1859 

Kellogg, Lyman M 1572 

Kelton, John C 1519 

Kendall, Henry F 2758 

Kendrick, Henry L 801 

Kennedy, Chase W 2986 

Kennedy, John F 554 

Kennon, Lyman W. V. . .2928 

Kense I , George A 1769 

Kent, J. Ford 1918 

Kernan, Francis J 2896 

Kerr, James T 2906 

Kerr. John B 2362 

Kerr, John M 1865 

Ketchum, James M 953 

Ketchum, Thomas 57 

Ketchum, William Scott. 781 

Keyes, Erasmus D 671 

Kibby, Epaphras 756 

Kilbourne, Charles E...2131 

Kilburn, Charles L 1132 

Kilpatrick, Judson 1904 

Kimball, Frederick C...3155 

Kimmel, Manning M 1781 

King, Charles -. 2136 

King, Rufus 710 

King, William R 1999 

Kingman, Dan C .2551 

Kingsbury, Charles P . . . 1018 
Kingsbury, Frederick W.2352 

Kingsbury, Gaines P 702 

Kingsbury, Henry P 2387 

Kingsbury, Henry W 1891 

Kingsbury, Julius J. B. . 343 

Kinnard, Andrew 337 

Kinney, Samuel 607 

Kinney, Samuel H 2046 

Kinsey, Samuel 1654 

Kinsley, Zebina J. D 210 

Kinsman, Benjamin W.. 529 

Kirby, Edmund 1897 

Kirby, Henry 2678 

Kirk, John 167 

Kirkham, Ralph W 1147 

Knapp, Joshua L 2481 

Knight, John G. D 2220 

Knight, John T 3055 

Knowlton, Miner 550 

Knox, Thomas T 2396 

Koehler, Lewis M 3081 

Korn, William H 1014 

Krause, William 2088 



Kreps, Jacob F 3011 

Kuhn, Joseph E 3058 

Kurtz, John D 1114 

Kyle, John G 2353 

Laeey, Edgar M 496 

Lacey, Westwood 307 

Ladd, Eugene F 3032 

Lagnel. Julius A. D' 285 

Lailey, Theodore T. S. . .1116 

Lambert, Edward J 171 

LaMotte, Joseph H 495 

Lancaster, James M 1981 

Lancaster, Job R. H 1023 

Landis, J. F. Reynolds. .2737 

Landon, Henry H 2464 

Lane, John F 517 

Langdon, Loomis L 1650 

Langfitt, William C 2970 

Lansing, Arthur B 877 

La Point, Henry C 2495 

Larnard, Charles H 644 

Larned, Charles H 644 

Larned.. Charles W 2339 

Larrabee, Adam 55 

Lasseigne, Armand I... 3150 

Latimer, Alfred E 1616 

Lawson, George W 592 

Lawton, Alexander R. . . 998 

Lawton, Edward P 3096 

Lay, George W 1151 

Lazelle. Henry M 1706 

Lea, Albert Miller 633 

Leach, Smith S 2550 

Leadbetter, Danville 844 

Leavell, Benjamin W 2814 i 

Leavenworth, Jesse H.. 608 

Ledyard, Henry B 2064 

Lee, A. Nisbet 2061 

Lee, A. Tracy 2204 

Lee, Charles C 1714 

Lee, Fitzhugh 1755 

Lee, Francis 313 

Lee, G. W. Custis 1631 

Lee, John F 758 

Lee. Richard B 169 

Lee, Robert E 542 

Lee, Roswell W 714 

Lee, Stephen D 1647 

Lee, Thomas J 593 

Lee, Thomas J 1796 

Legate, George M 790 

Legate, Stephen B 628 

Leggett, Wells W 2299 

Lemley, Henry R 2421 

Lendrum, Thomas W... 145 

L'Engle, John 220 

Leonard, Luther 44 

Leonhauser, Harry A.. .-2924 
Leoser, Charles McK...1907 

Leslie, Thomas J 147 

Lester, Charles H 2016 

Levy, Simon M 2 

Lewis, Edward M 3166 

Lewis, Fisher A 848 

Lewis, Isaac N 3031 

Lewis, Martin V. B 1872 

Lewis, Thomas J 2802 

Lewis, William H 1421 

Leyden, James A 2791 

Liggett, Hunter 2800 

Lincoln, Abram B 1251 

Lincoln, Albert 312 

Linden, H. St. James 420 

Lindsay, George F 250 

Lindsey, Remembrance 

H 2286 

Linnard, Thomas B 595 



Lissak, Ormond M .....2939 

Littell, Isaac W 2996 

Little, John 3080 

Livermore, William R..2052 

Livingston, John 5 

Livingston, LaRhett L..1597 

Lloyd, Charles F 2546 

Lloyd, Thomas J 2091 

Locke, Joseph L 515 

Lockett, James 2798 

Lockett, Samuel H 1826 

Lockwood, Daniel W 2123 

Lockwood, Henry H 863 

Loder, Samuel H 2711 

Lodor, Richard 1732 

Loeser, Lucien 1136 

Lomax, Lunsford L 1731 

Lomia, Luigi 2175 

London, Robert 2485 

Long, ArmisteadL 1466 

Long, Edwin R 579 

Long, George W 369 

Long, John O , 1661 

Long, Oscar F 2614 

Long, Richard H 1349 

Longstreet, James 1164 

Loomis, Gustavus 62 

Lorain, Lorenzo 1724 

Loramier, Louis 25 

Lord, James H 1992 

Lord, Richard S. C 1750 

Loring, Henry H 193 

Loucks, Melville R 2041 

Loughborough, Harris'n 752 

Love, John 1072 

Lovell, Mansfield 1119 

Loveridge, Wilbur 2838 

Lovering, Leonard A 2602 

Low, Ephraim W 379 

Low, William H 2461 

Lowe, Bradley S. A 118 

Lowe, William W 1608 

Lowndes, Rawlins 247 

Lucas, Robert 23 

Ludlow, Henry H 2598 

Ludlow, William 2027 

Lugenbeel. Pinkney — 1044 

Lundeen. John A 2472 

Lupton, Lancaster P — 561 

Lusk, James L 2718 

Luther, Roland A 858 

Ly decker, Garrett J 2020 

Lyford, Stephen C 1943 

Lyle, David A 2284 

Lyman, Charles G 3156 

Lynde, Isaac 501 

Lynn, Daniel D 1862 

Lyon, HyianB 1729 

Lyon, Marcus W 2414 

Lyon, Nathaniel 1069 

Macdonald, Godfrey H. .2990 

Macfeely, Robert 1480 

Mack. Oscar A 1457 

Mackall, James B 2223 

Mackall, William W 898 

Mackay, Alexander D. . . 407 

Mackay, James O 2778 

Mackay, John 548 

Mackenzie, Alexander.. 2024 

Mackenzie, John 224 

Mackenzie, Ranald S 1967 

Maclay . Isaac W 2042 

Maclay, Robert P 1048 

Mac Nutt, Ira 2329 

Macomb, Alexander S.. 810 

Macomb, John N 675 

Macomb, Montgomery M'2512 



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Macrae, Nathaniel C 461 

JVIcAlester, Miles D 1713 

McAllister, Julian 1334 

McArthur, Joseph H 1443 

McArthur, Malcolm 2099 

McArthur, Thomas 255 

McAuliffe, James R 2565 

McGain, Henry P 3077 

McCaleb, Thomas S 2590 

McCall, George A 311 

McCailum. William B...2215 

McCalmont, John S 1142 

McCarthey, Daniel E. . . .2908 
McCaskey. Edward W..3130 
McCauley, Chas. A. H. . .2333 

McCleary, John 1676 

McClellan, George B....1273 

McClellan, John 434 

McClellan, John, Jr 2180 

McClelland, George C. . .1205 
McClernand, Edward J. 2347 

McClure, Charles 2810 

MeClure, Daniel 1427 

McClure, Daniel W 1427 

McClure, George W 625 

McClure, James 742 

McConnell, Ttiomas R..1321 

McCook, Alex. McD 1565 

McCormick, Lloyd S 2630 

McCown, John P 1026 

McCrabb, John W 734 

McCrate, Thomas 888 

McCrea, Tully 1980 

McCreery, William W. . .1857 

McCrimmon, Ariosto 2715 

McDonald, Angus W 173 

McDonald, David N 2712 

McDonald, Isaiah H 2364 

McDonald, John B 2930 

McDonald, Philip W....1067 

McDowell, Irvin 963 

McDuffee, Franklin 672 

McElvain, Joseph 1269 

McFarl and, Walter 1847 

McFarland, William E..2445 

McFerran, John C 1200 

McGinness. John B 2003 

McGrath, Hugh J 2850 

Mclntire, Samuel B 1989 

Mcintosh, James 1449 

Mclntyre, Frank 3106 

Mclntyre, James B 1627 

Mclver, George W 2950 

McKavett, Henry 773 

McKean, Thomas J 647 

McKee, George W 2004 

McKee, Samuel 1810 

McKee, William R 552 

McKee ver, Chauncey. . .1420 

McKenzie, Samuel v£l 

McKinney, John A 2390 

McKinstry, Justus 980 

McKissack, Wm. M. D.. 822 

McLane, Robert M 927 

McLaughlin, William H.2075 

McLaws. Lafayette 1158 

McLean, Eugene E 1157 

McLean, Nathaniel H.. 1395 

McLemore, Owen K 1749 

McLeod, Hugh 841 

McMahon, John E 3107 

McMartin, Peter 393 

McMartin, John 2695 

McMillan, James 1752 

McNamara, Thomas 320 

McNeill , Edwin 2720 

McNeill, Henry C 1785 

McNeill, William Gibbs. 172 



McNutt, Albert S 2899 

McNutt, John 1019 

McPherson, James B...1579 

McQuesten, James F 1926 

McQuiston, Charles 3015 

McRae, Alexander 1516 

McRae, James H .,3144 

McRee, Samuel 253 

McRee, William 9 

Madison, Ambrose 179 

Magee, Augustus W 48 

Magilton, Albert L 1289 

Magruder, John B 601 

Magruder, John T 1783 

Magruder, William B... 484 

Magruder, William T 1460 

Maguire, Edward 2164 

Mahan, Dennis H 361 

Mahan, Frederick A 2166 

Maitland, William S 259 

Major, James P 1733 

Malcolm, William 223 

Mallery, John C 2157 

Mallory, John S 2815 

Maney, James A 2713 

Mann, James D 2676 

Mann, William A 2574 

Manning, David A 624 

Mansfield, Edward D... 206 
Mansfield, Francis W...2397 
Mansfield, Joseph K.F.. 287 
Mansfield, Samuel M. . . .1972 

Marcy, Randolph B 690 

Marmaduke, John S 1789 

Marsh, Frederick 2654 

Marsh, Ormond 68 

Marsh, Salem S 1873 

Marsh, Thomas J 2264 

Marshall, Elisha G 1474 

Marshall. Humphrey ... 703 

Marshall, James M 2086 

Marshall, Louis H 1447 

Marshall, William L 2225 

Martin, Chancellor 2258 

Martin, James G 1030 

Martin, James P 1869 

Martin, Leonard 1920 

Martin, Medad C 2661 

Martin, William F 3094 

Martin, William T 907 

Martindale : John H 788 

Mar ye, William A 1977 

Mason, Charles 541 

Mason, George T 1153 

Mason, James L 843 

Mason, John S 1339 

Mason, Stanton A 2572 

Mason, Milo 39 

Massey, Solon F 2649 

Mather, William W 522 

Mathews. John H 970 

Mauck, Edwin 2082 

Maury, Dabnev H 1308 

Maus, Marion P 2545 

Maxey, Samuel B 1329 

Maxon, Mason M 2311 

Maxwell, J. Edward 1491 

Maxwell, Marcus 3172 

May, Charles 583 

May, Will T 2816 

Maynadier, Henry E 1510 

Maynadier, William 472 

Meade, George G 804 

Meade, Richard K 1761 

Mebane, John A 1465 

Mechling, William T....1401 
Medcalfe, William M. . . .2600 
Meigs, John R 1995 



Meigs, Montgomery C... 846 

Mellen, Albert H 2520 

Mendell, George H 1538 

Mendenhall , John 1513 

Menoher, Charles T 3112 

Mercer, Hugh W 510 

Mercer, John T 1670 

Merchant, Charles G 1204 

Merchant, Charles S 92 

Mercur, James 2116 

Merrill, Abner H 2132 

Merrill, Elijah H 2749 

Merrill, Hamilton W 967 

Merrill, Henry 1249 

Merrill, Lewis 1696 

Merrill, Moses E 465 

Merrill, William E 1825 

Merriman, Edward M. . .2193 

Merritt, Wesley 1868 

Metcalfe, Henry 2227 

Metcalfe, John T 947 

Michie, Peter S 1996 

Michie, Robert E. L 3083 

Michler, Frank 2355 

Michler, Nathaniel 1375 

Middleton, Henry 121 

Miles, Dixon S 387 

Millar, Edward A 2945 

Miller, A. Galbraith 1396 

Miller, Albert S 359 

Miller, A. Macomb 2049 

Miller, Crosbv P 2173 

Miller, John H 718 

Miller, Marcus P 1805 

Miller, Morris S 763 

Miller, Samuel H 638 

Miller, Samuel W 2817 

Miller, Thomas E 1735 

Miller, Wentz C 2305 

Miller, William H 2450 

Millis. John 2879 

Mills, Albert L 2796 

Mills, Samuel M 2101 

Mills, Stephen C 2699 

Miner, Christopher C 2807 

Minor, Charles L. C 458 

Minor, Colville J 1291 

Mishler, Lyman 1883 

Mitcham, Orin B 2519 

Mitchel, O. McKnight ... 555 

Mitchel, OrmsbyM 2067 

Mitchell, Alexander M.. 818 

Mitchell, Enos G 523 

Mizner, John K 1743 

Moberly, William J 2153 

Mock, William 879 

Molinard, Albert J. S 1509 

Moon, Henry B., Jr 2863 

Moniac, David 324 

Monroe, James 131 

Montgomery, Alexander 785 
Montgomery, Thomas J. 1256 
Montgomery, William R. 419 

Moore, Charles E 2103 

Moore, Harry DeW 2420 

Moore, Isaiah N 1507 

Moore, James S 582 

Moore, John C 1443 

Moore, Samuel D. J 931 

Moore, Stephen W 503 

Moore, Tred well 1356 

Moorhead. Henry C 889 

Mordecai, Alfred 326 

Mordecai, Alfred, Jr 1941 

Morell, George W 786 

Morgan, Charles H 1771 

Morgan, Edwin W 893 

Morgan, George H 2858 



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Morgan, James M 795 

Morgan, Michael R 1646 

Morley , George 85 

Morris, Charles 2108 

Morris, Charles F 1110 

Morris, Lewis N 248 

Morris, Thomas A 753 

Morris, Thompson 316 

Morris, William H 1520 

Morris, William W 261 

Morrison, Charles C 2378 

Morrison, James C 2234 

Morrison, John F 2904 

Morrison, William L. E. 531 

Morse, Benjamin C 3054 

Morton, Alexander H... 276 
Morton, Alexander L — 2242 

Morton, Charles 2297 

Morton, Charles G 2988 

Morton , James St. C 1495 

Moss, Henry N 2205 

Mott, Seward 3169 

Mott, Thomas B 3128 

Mott. Wallace 2382 

Mouton, John J. A. A — 1487 

Mowry, Sylvester 1551 

Mudge, Robert R 720 

Muir, Charles H 3065 

Mull an, John 1550 

Mullins, John 1673 

Mumford, Ferdinand S. . 981 

Mumford, Thomas S 2405 

Munroe. John 94 

Murdock, Francis B ' 77 

Murphy, Eugene P 2182 

Murray, Albert M 1990 

Murray, Arthur 2510 

Murray, Cunliffe H 2665 

Murray, Edward 1099 

Murray, John W 604 

Myers, Abraham C 738 

Myers, Frederic 1315 

Myers, Jasper 1976 

Myers. John E 2488 

Myers, William 1567 

Naglee, Henry M 808 

Nance, John T 3116 

Napier ; Leroy 1807 

Nauman, George 333 

Nave, Andrew H 2388 

Neall, John M 2994 

Neff. Albert J 2150 

Neil], Lewis 1186 

Neill, Thomas H 1357 

Nelson, Anderson D 1101 

Newcomb, Francis D 386 

Newcomb, Warren P . . . 2937 

Newcomer, Henry C 3097 

Newell, John E 353 

Newman, Samuel 42 

Newton, John 1112 

Newton, William S 199 

Nicholls, Francis R. T...1688 

Nicholls, John 354 

Nichols, Thomas B 2451 

Nichols, William A 959 

Nicodemus, William J.L.1820 

Niles, Lotus 2554 

Nimmo, William A 1416 

Niskern, Albert D 3121 

Noah, Samuel 30 

Noble, Henry B 1923 

Noble, Patrick 1143 

Noble, Robert H 3052 

Noel, Thomas 254 

Nolan, James E 3143 

Norcom, Frederick 413 



Norris, Charles E 1517 

Norris, William F 2446 

Northrop, Lucius B 650 

Norton, Allen H 1140 

Norton, Charles C 2531 

Norton, Seneca H 2077 

Norton, William A 635 

Noyes, Charles R 2787 

Noyes. Henry E 1955 

Nugen, John 1563 

Nute, Levi M 340 

Nye, Frank E 2289 

Oakes, James 1305 

O'Brien, Alonzo L.......2789 

O'Brien, John P.J 857 

O'Brien, Michael J 3060 

O'Connell, John D 1562 

O'Connor, Charles M 2499 

O'Connor, Edgar 1672 

O'Hara, James 2130 

O'Rorke. Patrick H 1933 

O'Toole, William D 2102 

Oeden. Cornelius A 205 

Ogden, Edmund A 649 

Ogle, Alexander 2455 

Ogle, Alfred McC 2786 

Ogle, Charles H 1397 

Olmsted, George T 2081 

Olmsted, Jerauld A 2354 

Ord, Edward O. C 1002 

Orr, John D 176 

Orr, Solon 2140 

Osgood, Charles H 3003 

Osgood, Henry B 2185 

Osgood, Nathaniel W.. . 84 

Osgood, Worth 2285 

Ostheim, Louis 2787 

Otis, Elmer 1615 

Otis, Harrison G 2527 

O verm an , Lewis C 2048 

Owens, Wesley 1726 

Oyster, Joseph S 2518 

Paddock, George H 2484 

Paddock, James V. S 2674 

Page, Francis N 1100 

Pague, Samuel S 2635 

Paige, George H 1394 

Paige, Timothy 385 

Paine, Eleazer 1009 

Paine, Eleazer A 1009 

Paine, Ferdinand 1399 

Paine, William C 1798 

Palfrey, Carl F 2315 

Palfrey, Edward A 1530 

Palfrey, John C 1760 

Palmer, Appleton D 2070 

Palmer, Frederick L 3036 

Palmer, George 2637 

Palmer, Innis N 1309 

Palmer, Waterman 1664 

Palmer, William 518 

Pardee, Julius H 2410 

Park, Roswell 629 

Parke, John G 1408 

Parke, John S., Jr 2801 

Parker, Charles F 3067 

Parker, Dexter W 2350 

Parker, Francis H 1952 

Parker, James 2623 

Parker, Percy 2821 

Parker, Robert B 1086 

Parker, Theophilus 2659 

Parknurst, Charles D...2422 

Parkhurst, Jabez 114 

Parks, Martin P 449 

Parks, Martin P., Jr 1514 



Parmeter, Almon L 307$ 

Parrott, Robert P 36a 

Parsons, Charles C 1945 

Partridge, Alden 15 

Partridge, William 18 

Patch, Alexander M 2706 

Patrick, Marsena R 833 

Patrick, Mason M 3098 

Patten, Francis J 2669 

Patten, George 1340 

Patten, George H 2954 

Patten, George W 622 

Patterson, Charles E 1903 

Patterson, George T. T.2447 

Patterson, Robert E 1522 

Patterson. Thomas C 2644 

Paul, Gabriel R 767 

Pawling. Joseph H 571 

Payne, David W 2053 

Payne. J. Scott 2146 

Payson, Albert H 2219 

Pearce, N. Bartlett 1475 

Pearce, Thomas H 468 

Pearson, Daniel C 2336 

Pease, William R 1707 

Peck, Frank H 2835 

Peck, John J ' 1174 

Peck, Lafayette 1797 

Peck, William G 1206 

Pegram, George H 737 

Pegram, John 1640- 

Peirce. Austin L 2341 

Pelouze, Louis H 1595 

Pemberton, JohnC 917 

Pender, William D 1649- 

Pendleton, Edwin P 2781 

Pendleton, William N. . . 591 

Penn, Julius A., Jr 3165 

Pennington, Alex. C. M.1864 

Penrose, James W 539 

Pentland, Joseph 275 

Perkins, David 489 

Perkins, Delavan D 1414 

Perkins, Frederick 3017 

Perrine, Henry P 2303 

Perry, Alexander J 1506 

Perry, Christopher R. . .1163 

Pershing, John J 3126 

Peters, George P 40- 

Petigru, Charles 559 

Petrikin. Reuben W 2058 

Pettes, William H 684 

Pettit, Colville M 3120 

Pettit, James S 2722- 

Peyton, Richard H 634 

Phelps, Frederick E 2348- 

Phelps, JohnW 865 

Philbrick. John H 2670 

Phillips, Charles B....,.2028 

Phillips, Charles L 2891 

Thillips, Edwin D 1576 

Phillips, Elias 350 

Phillips, Joseph A 351 

Phipps, Frank H 2005 

Phister, Nat. P 2751 

Pickell, John 301 

Pickering, Abner 2735 

Pickett, George E 1330 

Picton, John M. W 372- 

Piper, Alexander 1498 

Pitcher, John 2634 

Pitcher, Thomas G 1270 

Pitkin, Lucius 955 

Pitman, John 2165 

Piatt, Edward R 1419 

Pleasonton, Alfred 1212 

Pleasonton, Augustus J. 448 
Plummer, Augustus H..1626 



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Plummer, Edward H 2660 

Plummer, Joseph B 10*0 

Plummer, Samuel M 817 

Plummer, Satterlee C. . .2109 
Plympton, Peter W. L..1365 

Poe, Orlando M 1716 

Poillon, KichardH 2386 

Poland, John S 1921 

Poland, Martin L 2036 

Polk, Leonidas 477 

Polk, Marshall T 1558 

Pond, George E 2432 

Poole, Benjamin 596 

Pooler, Kobert W 149 

Poore, Benjamin A 3129 

Pope, Curran 760 

Pope, James W 2257 

Pope, John 1127 

Pope, John, Jr 2248 

Porter, A. Parker 1719 

Porter, David M 284 

Porter, David K 2068 

Porter, Fitz-John 1238 

Porter, Giles 188 

Porter, Horace 1849 

Porter, James E 2288 

Porter, John M 2772 

Post, James C 2059 

Post, Justus 26 

Postley, Clarence A 2327 

Potter, Charles L 3101 

Potter, Joseph H 1188 

P o well, Albert M 1866 

Powell, Charles S 2167 

Powers, Clinton J 2076 

Pratt, Henry C 910 

Pratt, John T 202 

Pratt, Sedgwick 2187 

Prentiss, George H 488 

Prentiss, Henry E 632 

Prentiss, James H 598 

Prescott, Jonathan 264 

Price, David 2655 

Price, Philip M 2276 

Price, Kobert N 2366 

Price, William H 784 

Prime, Frederick E 1450 

Prince, Henry 815 

Proctor, Robert G 3118 

Pro veaux, Joseph 20 

Pullman, John W 2293 

Putnam, George F 3090 

Putnam, Haldimand S..1767 
Pyle, George W 2260 

Quattlebaum, Paul J 1788 

Quinan, William R 2319 

Quinby, Isaac F 1172 

Quinn, James B 2122 

Rabb, James D 1997 

Radford, Richard C. W..1261 

Rafferty, William A 2072 

Rafferty, William C 2830 

Rains, Gabriel J 482 

Rains, George W 1113 

Rains, Sevier M 2610 

Ramsay, Frank DeW 3075 

Ramsay, George D 257 

Ramsay, George D., Jr. .2012 

Ramseur, Stephen D i860 

Randal, Horace 1675 

Randell, Theodore 52 

Randol, AlansonM 1855 

Randolph, Benjamin H.2332 

Randolph, Thomas B 79 

Rankin, James L 997 

Ransom, Hyatt C 1515 

Ransom, Owen P 969 

Ransom, Robert 1467 

Rathbone, Jared L 2090 



Rathbone, Samuel B 34 

Rawles, Jacob B.. 1916 

Rawson, William 2306 

Raymond, Charles W. . .2047 

Raynolds, William F 1171 

Rea, Charles H 2287 

Read, George W 3i»08 

Read, Robert D 2696 

Read, William 1221 

Reap, Frank P 2466 

Reber, Samuel 3113 

Reed, Henry A 2321 

Reed, Hugh T 2503 

Reed, James G 776 

Reed, Sardine P 1814 

Rees, Thomas H 3100 

Reese, Chauncey B 1828 

Reese, William 1 2296 

Reeve, Isaac V. D 830 

Reeves, Isaac S. K 949 

Reid, Charles M 2078 

Reid, James R 2019 

Reid, J. Chester 437 

Reilly, James W 2006 

Remak, Stanislaus 2206 

Remington, Philip H 1956 

Reno, Jesse L 1279 

Reno, Marcus A 1779 

Renick, Robert M 796 

Reynolds, AlexanderW. 975 

Reynolds, Alfred 2536 

Reynolds, Bainbridge ..2486 

Reynolds, Frank A 1965 

Reynolds, John F 1084 

Reynolds, Joseph J 1176 

Reynolds, Samuel H 1448 

Reynolds, William 346 

Reynolds, William B 2805 

Reynolds, William F 2169 

Rhea, William 1264 

Rhett, Thomas G 1236 

Rhett, Thomas S 1382 

Ribbel, Charles H 2393 

Rib! ett, Jacob R 2431 

Rice, Frank S 2514 

Rice, Olin F 1928 

Rich, Lucius L 1628 

Richards, George C 328 

Richards, James R 2746 

Richards, Melzar C 2889 

Richardson, Asa 352 

Richardson, Israel B 1096 

Richardson, Wilds P 3042 

Riche, Charles S 3099 

Richey, John A 1248 

Richmond.Ephraim T.C.2184 

Ricketts, James B 1001 

Ridgeley . Charles G 433 

Ridgely, Randolph 932 

Ridgely, Samuel C 637 

Ridgely, Samuel H 454 

Ridgway , Thomas 2978 

Rigal, William F 122 

Riggs, Joel 733 

Riley, Edward B. D 1880 

Ringgold, George H 739 

Ringgold, Samuel 184 

Ringgold, Thomas Lee.. 952 

Ripley, James W 102 

Ripley, Roswell S 1173 

Ritner, Joseph 613 

Ritter, JohnF 1742 

Rivers. Tyree R 2999 

Rives, Wright 1929 

Robbins, Kenelm 2017 

Robert, Henry M 1763 

Roberts, Alpheus 43 

Roberts, Benjamin S 838 

Roberts, Harris L 2864 

Roberts, Joseph 733 

Robertson, Beverly H. . .1431 



Robertson, Edgar B 2523 

Robertson, Samuel C...2795 

Robertson, William 1046 

Robins, Ernest S 3048 

Robinson, Augustus G..1777 

Robinson, Eustaee 780 

Robinson, Henry E 2399 

Robinson, James W 1548 

Robinson, William G \wn 

Robinson, William W...2304 

Rockwell, Charles F 2008 

Rockwell, Charles H 2298 

Rockwell, James 2316 

Rodgers, Alexander 2579 

Rodgers, Alexander P. .1301 

Rodgers, John 1 1898 

Rodman, John B 2252 

Rodman, Samuel, Jr 2947 

Rodman, Thomas J 1065 

Rodney, George C 916 

Roe, Charles F 2268 

Roe, Fay ette W 2409 

Roe, William J 2209 

Roessler. Solomon W. . .2643 

Rogers, Alfred H 2453 

Rogers, Charles G 1641 

Rogers, Daniel G 1054 

Rogers, James S 2862 

Rogers, Jason 283 

Rogers, Robert M 2177 

Rogers, William E 2161 

Roland. John F 860 

Rollins, James H 1991 

Ronan. George 69 

Root, Edwin A 2993 

Root, De Witt N 1505 

Rose, Edwin 600 

Rose, George W 1539 

Rose, William 292 

Rosecrans, William S...1115 
Rosecrants, Mortimer . .1107 

Ross, Edward C 268 

Ross, Francis H 2092 

Ross, Reuben R 1629 

Ross, Richard H 626 

Rossell. William T 2470 

Roumfort, Augustus L. . 161 

Rosseau, Gustave S 528 

Rowan, Andrew S 2920 

Rowan, Hamilton 2640 

Rowell, Charles W 2529 

Roy, James P 1444 

Roys, Rufus A 1374 

Roy ster, Thomas J 62*0 

Ruckman, John W 2979 

Ruff, Charles F 984 

Ruff ner, Ernest H 2156 

Ruger, Thomas H 1633 

Ruggles, Daniel 740 

Ruggles, George D 1695 

Ruhlen, George .2426 

Runibough. David J 2839 

Runcie, James E 2768 

Rundell. Charles H 1560 

Rupp, Joseph D 225 

Rush, Richard H 1297 

Russell, Albert J 2633 

Russell, Andrew H 2373 

Russell, David A 1268 

Russell, Edmund 1327 

Russell, Frank W 2262 

Russell, John B. F 196 

Russell, John C 196 

Russell, Robert M 1390 

Rust, Armistead T. M. . .1141 

Rutledge, Arthur M 922 

Ryan, George 1793 

Ryan, Stephen V. R 397 

Sacket, Delos B 1262 

Saffold, Marion B 2820 



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Safford, Kobert E 26^3 

Sage, William H 2952 

Sanders, John 751 

Sanders, William P 1751 

Sanderson, James A 1984 

Sands, Abraham L 51 

Sands, George H 2871 

Sanford, James C 3022 

Sanno, James M.J 2018 

Sargeant, Herbert H 2991 

Sargent, Alden 1485 

Sartle, William J 2197 

Satterlee, Charles B.... 2601 

Saunders, Franklin 940 

Saunders, John S 1802 

Savage, Richard H 2224 

Sawtelle, Charles G. ...1668 

Saxton, Ruf us 1424 

Sayre, Farrand ..3041 

Scammon, E. Parker 899 

Scarritt, Jeremiah M 945 

Schaeffer, Charles M 2734 

Schaff , Morris 1975 

Schenck, Alexander D. .2191 

Schenck, Edwin 476 

Schofleld, Charles B 2351 

Schofleld, John M 1585 

Schriver, Edmund 723 

Schroeder, Henry A 2833 

Schroeder, Henry B 1227 

Schuler, John J 300 

Schureman, James W. . .1152 

Schuyler, Walter S 2331 

Schwatka, Frederick 2389 

Scott, Albert B 2859 

Scott, George L 2582 

Scott Henry L 747 

Scott, Hugh L 2628 

Scott, John B 274 

Scott. John F 272 

Scott, John M 826 

Scott, John W 831 

Scott, Moses 646 

Scott, Robert J 135 

Scott, William S 2852 

Screven, Richard B 586 

Scriven, George P 2721 

Searight. Joseph D 439 

Searle, Frederic 335 

Searle, Zetus S 1490 

Sears, Claudiu6 W 1089 

Sears, Clinton B 2158 

Sears, Henry B 1285 

Seaton, Augustine F 748 

Seawell, Washington ... 411 

Sedgwick. John 914 

Selden, Henry R 1197 

Sevier, Robert 521 

Seward, Augustus H 1364 

Seymour, Truman 1290 

Shaaff , John T 1531 

Shackleford, MuscoeL.. 867 

Shaler, Charles 2170 

Shanks, David C 3053 

Sharpe, Henry G 2872 

Shittuck, Amos B.......3146 

Shaw. George W 827 

Shelton, Edwin H 2357 

Shepherd, Oliver L. . . : . .1049 

Shepperd, Samuel T 1666 

Sheridan. Philip H 1612 

Sherman, James L 2071 

Sherman, Thomas W 859 

Sherman, William T 1022 

Sherwood, Walter 928 

Shields, Hamilton L 1295 

Shinn, John B 1728 

Shipp, William E 2982 

Shiras, Alexander E 726 

Shoemaker, Frank L 2256 

Shofner, James C 2657 



Shollenberger, John H .3002 

Shoup, Francis A 1691 

Shover, William H 959 

Shunk, Francis J 1583 

Shunk, William A 2770 

Sibert, William L 3027 

Sibley, Caleb 568 

Sibley, Caleb C •. 568 

Sibley, Ebenezer S 470 

Sibley, Frederick W 2530 

Sibley, Henry H 971 

Sickel, Horatio G 2629 

Sickles, Ethan C 218 

Sidell, William H 712 

Sill, Henry G 668 

Sill. Joshua W 1581 

Silvey, William 1412 

Simmons, Seneca G 771 

Simonson, James 123 

Simonton, Issac P 498 

Simpson, James H 679 

Simpson, Marcus D. L..1293 

Simpson, Wendell L 3034 

Simpson, William A 2555 

Sims, William H 459 

Sinclair, William 1776 

Sing, Charles B 861 

Sitgreaves, Lorenzo 686 

Skinner, Aaron B 260 

Slaker, Adam 2652 

Slaughter, William A.. . .1389 

Slemmer, Adam J 1461 

Sloan, Benjamin F 1853 

Sloan. P. Elmendorf 2113 

Slocum, Henry W 1542 

Sloo, JohnR 129 

Small, Michael P 1687 

Smalley, Henry A 1653 

Smallwood, Jenifer H. . .2300 

Smead, Abner 1655 

Smead, John R 1645 

Smead, Raphael C 398 

Smiley, Samuel E 3085 

Smith, Abiel L 2756 

Smith, Alfred T 1867 

Smith, Andrew J 976 

Smith, Benjamin F 1617 

Smith, Charles F 410 

Smith. Charles G 288 

Smith, Char J es P 2089 

Smith, Charles S 2128 

Smith, Edmund D 2773 

Smith. Edmund K 1255 

Smith, E. Kirby 469 

Smith, Erneste Y 3160 

Smith, Ezra 63 

Smith, Francis H 711 

Smith, Frederic A 707 

Smith, Frederick A 2489 

Smith, Fred E 2619 

Smith, George R 2580 

Smith, Gustavus W 1118 

Smith, Henry 139 

Smith, Henry L 990 

Smith, Horace 409 

Smith, James A 1623 

Smith, Jared A . . 1971 

Smith, J. Allen 544 

Smith. J. L. Kirby 1765 

Smith, John W. A 362 

Smith, Joseph Brice 547 

Smith, Joseph P 1228 

Smith, Joseph R 347 

Smith, Larkin 832 

Smith, Martin L 1126 

Smith, Melancthon 1529 

Smith, Richard S 779 

Smith, Robert Percy.... 663 

Smith, Sebree 2359 

Smith, S. Stanhope 182 

Smith, William 750 



Smith, William D 1306 

Smith, William F 1234 

Smith, William F 2301 

Smith, William H 2995 

Smith, William P 1768 

Smith, William S 1006 

Smith, William S 1584 

Smith, William W 88 

Smy ser, Jacob H 1915 

Snelling, James G. S 1254 

Snyder, Antes 572 

Snyder, George W 1711 

Sokalski, George 1927 

Soley, James R 930 

Solomon, Owen F 1596 

Soule, Frank 2125 

Southerland, Samuel U. 330 

Sparrow, Solomon E 2728 

Spencer, Eugene J 2936 

Spencer, James M 162 

Spilman, Baldwin D 2744 

Spoor, Charles H. E 890 

Springett, Howard A 2647 

Sprole, Henry W 2308 

Stanley. David S 1544 

Stansburv, Smith 1062 

Stanton, Henry W 1155 

Stanton, William S 2055 

Starr, Charles G 2742 

Starring, William S 1087 

Stedman, Clarence A 2363 

Steele, Charles L 2811 

Steele, Frederick 1196 

Steele, Mathew F 2992 

Steele, William 1047 

Steever, Edgar Z 2371 

Stephenson, James R. . . 314 
Stephenson, Thomas T.. 108 

Steptoe, Edward J 924 

Sterling, George A 570 

Sterrett, Essex 478 

Steuart, George H 1405 

Stevens, Charles J 2960 

Stevens, Edward G 2325 

Stevens, George 1184 

Stevens, Gustave W. S..3131 

Stevens, Isaac 1 986 

Stevens, Robert R 2677 

Stevens, Walter H 1372 

Stevenson. Carter L 982 

Stevenson, Matthew R..1322 
Stewart, Alexander P. . .1122 

Stewart, Cecil 3111 

Stewart, Charles 2875 

Stewart, C. Seaforth 1272 

Stewart, Henry R 349 

Stewart, Joseph 1128 

Stewart, Reid T 2377 

Stickney, Amos 2022 

Stilwell, William S 505 

Stith, Donald C 1493 

Stivers, Charles B 1736 

Stivers, Charles P 2799 

Stockton, Edward D — 1418 

Stockton, Philip 1568 

Stockton, Richard G.... 885 

Stockton, Thomas 654 

Stockton, Thomas B.W. 485 

Stockton, William T 757 

Stoddard, John S 603 

Stoll, Walter R 2925 

Stokes. James H 802 

Stone, Charles P 1237 

Stone, Roderick 1838 

Stone, William P 2981 

Stoneman, George 1304 

Storer. William H 697 

Story, Henry C 1144 

Story, JohnP 2066 

Stotsenburg, John M. . . .2919 
Stottler, Victor E 2949 



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Stoughton, Edwin H....1841 
Street, Nathaniel H. . . . 414 
Street, Washington P. . .1361 

Stretch, John F 2149 

Strong, Erastus B 1219 

Strong, Frederick S 2837 

Strong, George C 1764 

Strong, Jasper 229 

Strong, Joseph 195 

Stuart, James 1310 

Stuart, James E. B 1643 

Stuart, Sidney E 2829 

Stubbs, James R 158 

Sturgeon, Sheldon 1932 

Siurgis, James G- 2578 

Sturgis, Samuel D 1303 

Sturgis, Samuel D., Jr.. 3033 

Sty er, Henry D 3049 

Sudler, Thomas E 234 

Sullivan, George R 578 

Sullivan, Thomas C 1722 

Sully, Alfred 1092 

Sumter, William 81 

Suter, Charles R 1970 

S waine, Peter T 1559 

Swaine, William M 3147 

Swartwout, Henry 701 

Sweet, John J 1882 

Sweitzer, N. Bowman. . .1602 

Swift, Alexander J 587 

Swift, Eben 2621 

Swift, Joseph G 1 

Swift, Joseph G 2142 

Swift, William H 231 

Swigert, Samuel M 2245 

Swords, Thomas 563 

Sykes, George 1149 

Symington, John 126 

Symmes, John C 1331 

Symonds, Henry O 1590 

Symons, Thomas W 2509 

Taber, Henry S 2469 

Taggart, Elmore F 3007 

Talcott, Andrew 181 

Talcott, George H 639 

Tallmadge, Grier 1388 

Tannatt, Thomas R 1804 

Tappan. Alexander H. . . 819 

Tardy, John A 1848 

Tate, Daniel L 2856 

Taylor, Charles W ......2819 

Taylor, Daniel M 2277 

Taylor, Francis 400 

Taylor, George 913 

Taylor, Harry 3026 

Taylor, James H 616 

Taylor, Joseph H 1741 

Taylor. Oliver H. P 1302 

Tear, Charles C 3013 

Tebbetts. Clinton H 2337 

Temple, Robert E 511 

Templeman, George 78 

Terrill, William R .1594 

Tevis, Washington C 1430 

Thayer, Arthur 3103 

Thayer, Russell 2525 

Thayer, Sylvanus 33 

Thorn, George 992 

Thomas, Bryan M 1819 

Thomas, Charles W 1698 

Thomas, Earl D 2295 

Thomas, Francis J 1211 

Thomas, Frederick 424 

Thomas, George C 876 

Thomas, George H 1028 

Thomas, John A 721 

Thomas, Lorenzo 342 

Thomas. Robert B 1553 

Thompson, Alexander R 75 
Thompson, Henry A 209 



Thompson, James 1499 

Thompson, James K 3046 

Thompson, James L 527 

Thompson, James S 420 

Thompson, John C 2154 

Thompson, John T 2942 

Thompson, Philip R . 821 
Thompson, Richard E..2251 
Thompson, W.Beverhout 391 
Thorington, Monroe P.. 2673 
Thornburgh, Thomas T.2181 

Thornton, William A 403 

Thruston, Charles M.... 105 

Thurston, Walter A 2825 

Tibbatts, S. Theodore.. . 823 

Tidball, John C 1379 

Tidball, Joseph L 1432 

Tilden, Bryant P 1036 

Tilford, Joseph G 1533 

Tilghman, Lloyd 887 

Tilghman, Richard C 509 

Tilghman, Tench 683 

Tillinghast, Nicholas 374 

Tillinghast, Otis H 1343 

Tillman, Samuel E 2275 

Tillson, John C. F 2736 

Tingle, Charles A 2556 

Tipton, John 1717 

Todd, Albert 2645 

Todd, John B.S 929 

Todd, JohnW 1541 

Tolman, Thomas M 2065 

Tompkins, Christopher 

Q 868 

Tompkins, Daniel D 241 

Torbert, Alfred T. A 1697 

Torrence, Samuel 533 

Torrey, William G 1053 

Torrey, Zerah W 2874 

Totten, Charles A. L . . . .2473 

Totten. Edward H 2079 

Totten, James 1083 

Totten, John R 2725 

Totten, Joseph G 10 

Touey , Timothy A 2576 

Tower, Zealous B 1059 

Towers, John A 3102 

Townsend. Curtis McD .2763 
Townsend, Edward D.. . 906 
Townsend, E. Franklin. 1658 

Townsend, Joel C 440 

Townsend, Thomas G. . .2407 
Townsley, Clarence P. . .2892 

Towsley, Charles G 3092 

Trapier, James H 943 

Trask, Thomas S 493 

Traub, Peter E 3127 

Travis, Pierce M. B 2857 

Treadwell, Thomas J . . .1635 

Treat, Charles G 2944 

Trenor, Eustache 308 

Trescott. George 90 

Trevitt, John 1217 

Trimble, Isaac R 302 

Trippe, Percy E 2878 

Trout, Harry E 3135 

Trowbridge, William P .1369 

Truitt, Charles M 2794 

Tufts, Danforth H 447 

Tufts. John M 251 

Turnbull, Charles N 1636 

Turnbull, William 211 

Turner, Daniel 103 

Turner, George L 2535 

Turner, George W 636 

Turner, Henry S 770 

Turner, John W 1690 

Turner, Reuben B 2897 

Turnley, Parmenas T. . .1311 

Turtle, Thomas 2159 

Tutherly, Herbert E . . . .2460 



Tuttle, Stephen 232 

Twining, William J 1998 

Twiss, Thomas S 430 

Tyler, Augustus C 2498 

Tyler, Charles H 1391 

Tyler, Charles R 2543 

Tyler, Daniel .216 

Tyler, Robert O 1600 

Tyler, William H 1324 

Tyson, Laurence D 3019 

Umbstaetter, Charles L.2152 
Underhill, Frederick A . 204 

Upham, John J 1844 

Upham, William H 2139 

Upton, Emory 1895 

Ury, Asbury 705 

Vail, Jefferson 279 

Valle, Louis 35 

VanBokkelen, Wm. K...1193 

VanBuren, Abraham 506 

VanBuren, Daniel T. . . .1336 

VanCamp, Cornelius 1679 

VanCleve, Horatio P 652 

VanDeusen, George W. .2842 
Van DeVenter, Christo- 
pher 46 

Van DeVenter, Michael 

F 141 

Van Dorn, Earl 1162 

Van Horn, James J 1811 

Van Home, Jefferson. . . 499 
Van Liew, Frederick T. .2931 
Van Orsdale, John T. . . .2425 
Van Rensselaer, Henry. 648 
Van Swearingen, Jos... 390 

Van Vliet, Stewart 1025 

Van Voast. James 1543 

Van Wyck, Philip R 540 

Vance, Joseph C 669 

Vanderbilt, George W..1885 

Vahderveer, John S 619 

Varnum, Charles A 2427 

Veuve, Henry de 1547 

Viele, Egbert L 1360 

Villard, Hippolyte H 65 

Villepigue. John B 1652 

Vincent, Thomas M 1589 

Vining, Benjamin C 192 

Vinton, David H 299 

Vinton, Francis 590 

Vinton, Francis L 1720 

Vinton. John R 168 

Vodges, Charles B 2870 

Vodges, Israel 901 

Volkmar, William J 2249 

Vose, William P 2C44 

Wade, Levi L 1669 

Wade, Robert B 2112 

Wager, Barnet 2201 

Waggaman, George G.. 806 

Wagner, Arthur L 2589 

Wagner, Orlando G 1829 

Wainwright, George — 1226 
Wainwright, Robert A . . 837 
Wainwright, Rob't P. P. 2573 

Waite. Henry DeH 2803 

Waibach. Louis A. B 765 

Walbridge, Truman K..1385 
Walcutt. Charles C, Jr. .3123 

Walke, Willoughby 2984 

Walker. Benjamin 215 

Walker, Charles J 1774 

Walker, Edgar S 3014 

Walker, George B 2435 

Walker, Henry H 1619 

Walker, Henry P. 2540 

Walker. John P 2147 

Walker, Leverett H 2385 



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Walker, Lucius M 1464 

Walker, Thomas 1739 

Walker, William H. T... 936 

Wall, William 674 

Wallace, David 270 

Wallace, George D 2419 

Wallace, William B 853 

Wallen, Henry D 1050 

Wallen, Henry D., Jr.... 2189 

Waller, Henry 724 

Walsh, KobertD 3005 

Waltz, Millard F 2743 

Ward, Charles K 2403 

Ward, Frederick K 2344 

Ward, George W 662 

Ward, James N 1258 

Ward, Thomas 2010 

Wardwell, Henry 1045 

Warfleld, William H 573 

Warner, Charles N 1994 

Warner, Edward E 1780 

Warner, James M 1886 

Warner, William H 851 

Warren, G-ouverneur K.1451 

Warren, James G 2883 

Washington. George A.. 134 

Washington, John M 178 

Washington, ThorntonAl439 

Wasson, James K 2370 

Waterman, C. Douglas. .2032 

Waterman, Henry E 2971 

Waterman, John C 2916 

Waters, George W 338 

Waters. James H 2907 

Watson, George 670 

Watson, James W 2877 

Watson, MalboneF 1912 

Watts, Charles H 2442 

Watts, George 1964 

Wayman, Samuel P 2697 

Wayne, Henry C 954 

Weaver, Erasmus M 2563 

Webb, Alexanders 1689 

Webb, George 197 

Webb, William A 1613 

Webber, John A 153 

Webster, Edmund K....2524 

Webster, George O 2144 

Webster, Horace 183 

Webster, Isaac T 2138 

Webster, Lucien B 331 

Webster, John McA 2402 

Weed, Stephen H 1657 

Weeden, John H 2119 

Weeks, George H 1782 

Weeks. Harrison S 2265 

Weir, William B 2318 

Weitzel, Godfrey 1678 

Welborn, Luther S 2775 

Welch. Louis D 1244 

Welcker, George L 842 

Welcker, William T 1497 

Weld, Thomas B. J 1246 

Wells, James M 824 

Wells, William ill 

Wells, William W 265 

Welsh, Blanton C 2961 

Wendell, Abraham 133 

Wessells, Henry W, 735 

West, Barrington K 2956 

West Frank 2428 

West, James 605 

West, Parker W 2921 

Westmore, Stephen M... 503 

Wetmore, Samuel W no 

Wetmore, William B 2448 

Wever, Benjamin S 2861 

Wharton, Henry C 1973 

Whedbee, Thomas M... .1281 

Wheeler, Edward D 2045 

Wheeler, Elbert 2562 



Wheeler, Fred 2752 

Wheeler, George M 2120 

Wheeler, James 1694 

Wheeler, Joseph 1843 

Wheeler, Junius B 1681 

Wheeler, Otis 281 

Wheeler, William B 2400 

Wheeler, William H 2548 

Wheelock, Joseph H 1455 

Wheelock, Thompson B. 295 
Wheelwright, Washing'n 269 

Whipple, Amiel W 1063 

Whipple, Charles W. . . 2239 

Whipple, Herbert S 3095 

Whipple, Joseph H 835 

Whipple, William D 1524 

Whister, George W. . 214 
Whistler, Joseph N. G.. .1318 

White, Edward B 437 

White, James L 1603 

White, John V 2653 

White, Moses J 1799 

White, Kichard M 160 

White. Ulysses G 2395 

Whitehead, Nathaniel J.2824 

Whitehorne, Samuel 882 

Whitely, Robert H. K.. . 599 

Whiting, Charles J 789 

Whiting, Daniel P 689 

Whiting, Henry 1033 

Whiting, Henry M 1124 

Whiting, William H. C..1231 
Whittemore, James M..1854 

Whittlesey. Charles 660 

Whittlesey, Joseph H. . .1207 

Wickliffe, Charles ion 

Wieting, Orlando L 2360 

Wilcox, Cadmus M 1325 

Wilcox, James H. G 2867 

Wilcox, John R 317 

Wilcox, Joseph M 72 

Wilder, Wilber E 2672 

Wildrick, Abram C 1773 

Wilkins, John D 13\7 

Wilkinson, Frederick... 658 

Wilkinson, John W 2440 

Wilkinson, Theophilus 

F. J 685 

Willard, Joseph H 2226 

Willard, Prentiss 19 

Willard, Simon 125 

Willcox, Cornells DeW..306l 
Willcox, E. Farnsworth.2755 

Willcox, Orlando B 1338 

Will ey, Thomas M 2267 

Williams, Alexander J. . 53 

Williams, Charles A 2544 

Williams. Charles W....2592 

Williams. Edward B 585 

Williams, George A 1569 

Williams, James S 656 

Williams, John B 1913 

Williams, John R 2593 

Williams, Lawrence A.. 1571 
Williams, Matthew J. . . . 405 

Williams, Richard A 2334 

Williams, Robert 1512 

Williams, Robert C 3162 

Williams, Seth 1133 

Williams, Solomon 1808 

Williams, Thomas 902 

Williams, Thomas G. . . .1438 
Williams, William G.... 375 

Williams, Wolvert E 151 

Williamson, Andrew J.. 1156 

Williamson, John 451 

Williamson. Robert S . . .1373 

Wills, JohnH 2926 

Wilson, Clarendon J. L.1280 

Wilson, George 621 

Wilson, Horatio A 373 



Wilson, James 1483 

Wilson, James H 1852 

Wilson, James L 2513 

Wilson, J. Eveleth 1987 

Wilson, John M 1858 

Wilson, Richard H 2666 

Wilson, Thomas 1607 

Winder, Charles S 1471 

Winder, John H 242 

Winn, Frank L 3158 

Winship, Oscar F 1038 

Winston, Donald 2740 

Wisser, John P 2517 

Withers, Jones M 829 

Withers, John 1429 

Witter, Henry F 1532 

Wittich, Willis 2534 

Wolcott, Christopher C.2210 

Wolf, Silas A 2757 

Wood, Abram E 2424 

Wood, Charles E. S 2532 

Wood, Edward E 2317 

Wood, Eleazer D 17 

Wood, Ingham 657 

Wood, Lafayette B 1191 

Wood, Oliver E 2192 

Wood, Thomas J 1235 

Wood, William T 2682 

Wood, William H 1267 

Woodbridge, Francis ... 904 
Woodbridge, George.. . 442 
Woodbury, Daniel P — 847 
Woodbury, Thomas C. . .2436 
Woodruff, Charles A.... 2380 
Woodruff, Eugene A . . . .2121 

Woodruff. George A 1948 

Woodruff, I. Carle 871 

Woodruff, Thomas M.... 2384 

Woods, Charles R 1555 

Woods, James S 1222 

Woods, Joseph J 1333 

Woods, Samuel 926 

Woodward, Charles G,. .2651 

Wooley, Frederick 2724 

Wooster. Charles F 921 

Worden. Charles A 2449 

Worth, Henry A. F 1846 

Worth, Joseph S 415 

Worthington, Thomas.. 481 

Wragg, Samuel 323 

Wright, Aaron M 321 

Wright, Benjamin H .. .304 

Wright, Crafts J 538 

Wright, Edmund S 3140 

Wright, Edward M 2126 

Wright, George 309 

Wright, Horatio G lOfiO 

Wright, James 1663 

Wright, James H 569 

Wright, John 99 

Wright, Moses H 1831 

Wright, Thomas 1425 

Wright, Thomas J 1642 

Wright, Walter K 2998 

Wright. William H 941 

Wyatt. Walter S 2381 

Wy gant. Henry 2462 

Wyman, Powell T 1454 

Wyndham, John D 24 

Wyse, Francis 933 

Yeatman, Richard T . . . .2430 

Yeaton, Franklin 2294 

Yoakum, Henderson K. . 682 

Young, Richard W 2946 

Young, William C 297 

Young, Willard 2553 

Zinn, George A 2969 






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