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Privates Richard Benneke, Doctor F. Cushman, Harmon Poppe, Henry Poppe.
Mustered out with Regiment.
Captain James Nish, First Lieutenant Wm. H. Ide, Second Lieutenant Asa L. Weaver.
Sergeants Edwin Gilbert, Edwin R. Crabtree, Bemin K. Sparawk, Henry Van Camp, John W. Lockwood.
Corporals Jas. Kee, Jas. M. Allen, Jas. H. Van Camp, Alfred K. Nash, Warren W. Cady, Joseph C. Johnston, Vernon N. Ford, Francis Corkins.
Privates James W. Bethysen,* George W. Burgess, Wm. R. Burr, Alexander Bell, Marshall B. Brink,* Amos M. Bates, Oscar S. Crabtree, Patrick Crowley, Wm. P. Champlin, John Campbell,* Wm. B. Crane,* Levi A. Corkins, Justus Chapman,* Thomas M. Doyle, Isaac Edwards, David Edwards, Charles Edson,* Charles Gunderson, Wm. H. Goodenough, Austin Lindsey, George H. Makins, Napoleon B. Morrison, Wm. J. Miller, John Makins, Willard A. McNitt, Nathaniel Nish, Jas. O'Donoho, Dennis O'Day, Hezekiah P. Schuyler, David G. Shales, Benjamin B. Sheley, Isaac J. Smith, Franklin L. Smith,* John G. Smith, Isaac E. Wheeler, Wm. M. Wilcox, Samuel S. Crabtree, Davis Harris (missing in action.)
Privates Alonzo Andrews, Wm. C. Brown, Windfield S. Coss, Wm. Coss, Franklin E. Cox, John Larson, Alexander Nish, Daniel Alson, Patrick O'Brien, Charles H. Paddock, Elias G. Rhoades, Edward P. Slater, John Tiffany, Amos Wallace, Luzerne E. Warner, Wm. H. Earley, Franklin H. Bosworth, Truman Churchill, Orville E. Shely, John J. Adams, Horace B. Allen.
Sergeants John R. Church, Andrew M. Green.
Privates David Corbin, John H. Corl, Patrick Corkins, Addison D. Fowler, David Cummings, John F. Cary, Doras
Calkins, Andrew M. Green, John Hogan, Abram Hannas, George P. Keller, Christopher Kalahan, Henry Lindsey, John Morris, John Q. Miller, Noah H. Pratt, Sam'l T. Paddison, Stephen R. Pert, Edward P. Slater, Thompson Smock, John J. Schnyder, Adelbert A. Thomas, John R. Thompson, Abram Underkarr, Clark Weldon, Edwin Williams, Sylvester Lawson.
Sergeants George Titcomb.
Corporals Samuel E. Thomas, Charles F. Dodd, Bishop B. Pettibone, Charles W. Carpenter.
Privates Charles C. Cromwell, Ambrose B. Ford, Francis Geherke, Conrad Gotterman, David F. Huntley, Charles Loomis, Christopher Martin, Albert W. Torrence, Sam'l G. Vanhorn, Elijah B. Way, Thomas J. Wilcox, Wesley Wallace.
Privates Henry Alfing, Michael Gordon, John B. Haffy, Samuel Tibbetts.
Mustered out with Regiment.
Captain Almon Schellenger, First Lieutenant Alonzo Brooks, Second Lieutenant Alfred D. Cheney.
Sergeants Sewell Vanalstine, John Vanantwerp, Henry Morgan, Joseph P. Smith, Joseph R. Lilley.
Corporals Laughlin Scougall, John T. Burrough,* Thos. W. Bowman, Gardner C. Wright, Stephen Dimond, Hans Stall.
Privates Cordenio Bruce,* Sam'l Bowman, Robt. Blake, John P. Coleman, Jas. Dymond,* John D. Dullam, James Ellis, Charles W. Fross, William Gibbs, Fredolen Geng,* Roswell Guile, Wm. Hutchins, Henry Hill,* Charles Kirk, Gideon B. Lewis, James Landon, Emery Lamel, Thomas Oleson, David Pichard,* Benj. B. Parks, Henry B. Putnam, Wm. J. Rodawalt, Stephen Rodawalt, Henry M. Reser, Jay Renne, Wm. Reed, Joseph Sewell, George W. Streeter, Henry A. Streeter, John H. Sitzer, Rufus Smith,
George W. Stockwell, James Vickers,* Thomas Vincent, Abner Wakefield, Leonard Wakefield, Philip P. Wheldon.
Privates Wm. H. Booth, John Desmore, George O. Elsworth, Eugene Elsworth, Jirald N. B. Joslin, Robt. Lafeaver, John R. Livingston, John G. Mansfield, John McCurtis, Thomas Muggins, Rufus Marks, Augustus Peck, Jas. Reed, Abraham Stockwell, George Shannon, James P. Smith, Olender A. Salisbury, Theodore Willson, Isaac Watts, Wm. Watts, A. Webster.
Corporals Wm. H. Chappell, Sam'l H. Hills.
Privates Martin Butler, Eli Burdick, Wm. A. Burdick, Hiram Barnes, Willard Hutchins, Roswell E. Hovey, Geo. E. Hanover, Alexander Klumph, Orson O. Miller, Horatio N. North, Nelson Oleson, Andrew Oleson, Robert Robinson, Aretemus Rolo, Henry Steele, Sam'l D. Sherman, Jas. B. Scougall, Thomas Shackle, Charles E. Sherman, Wm. H. Stockwell, Ira Smith, Henry Vanderwacker, Lewis W. E. Webster, Daniel Wakefield, Schuyler Wakefield.
Sergeants Joseph W. Bowman, Gabriel J. Cornwell.
Privates John H. Atkinson, Henry S. Butterfield, Wm. T. Baker, Thomas Ball, Benjamin W. Bowman, Stephen N. Brown, Richard Emmons, Alpheus Hill, Alanson T. Knox, John W. Lumley, Nathaniel Lightfoot, Jarvis McIntyre, Jacob Ostrum, Sam'l Oatcalt, Hanson Perkins, George W. Sawyer, Simeon W. Spencer, Edmon M. Slater, Rolin G. Story, George Vanderwacker, James P. Vickers, James Vincent, Martin Vandyke, Duane W. Weller, Cyrus L. Warren.
Corporal Henry L. Vanderwacker.
Privates Fred Labontes, Robt. Richmon, Wm. Reggolds.
LIST OF COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND ENLISTED MEN,
Wounded while in the Service.
FIELD AND STAFF.
Col. Thos. W. Humphrey, severely wounded in foot, May 19, 1863, at Vicksburg, Miss.; killed in action at Guntown, Miss., June 10, 1864.
Lieut. Col. Wm. T. Avery, severely wounded in thighs, May, 1863, at Vicksburg, Miss.
Surgeon John W. Green, severely wounded in neck at siege of Spanish Fort, Ala.
Sergt. Maj. Charley Curtis, wounded slightly in back at siege of Spanish Fort, Ala.
Corporal John Kennedy, wounded in left arm in skirmish at Lake Providence, La., Feb. 10, 1863; also in left knee at Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 15, 1864; leg amputated.
In charge on enemy's works at Vicksburg, Miss., May 19 and 22, 1863. 2nd Lieut. Jas. E. Sponable, in right foot. Corporals Wm. H. Saunders, Geo. W. Sponable. Privates Robt. G. Smith, Dan'l W. Mitchell, Libbeus Olcott, John H. Beam, Augustus J. Fletcher, Theodore Ham, John H. Howard, Justus R. Henry, Andrew J. Jones, Wilford Mallory, Smith Nolan, Richard Pillion, Silas H. Roy, Nelson F. Shearer, Jas. G. Williams, Frank Shores. Private John Howard, wounded June 20, 1863, in back of head, by fragment of our shell, while on duty in rifle-pits as sharpshooter. Private Sam'l Snyder, leg broken by explosion at Fort De Russey, March 16, 1864.
At Blair's Plantation, La., April 12, 1864. Sergt. Benj. S. Parker, in left leg and side. Corporal Lafayette Wands. Privates Christopher Conley, John C. Cook, Coe Kilgore, Go. W. Hamilton, Henry E. Knapp.
At Guntown, Miss., June 10, 1864. Privates Wilbur F. Morris, John Wallace, Jeremiah Dervine.
At Spanish Fort, Ala., March, 1864. Sergt. Wm. H. Saunders, in throat. Privates Smith Nolan, in knee;
Joseph Forney, in breast; Elijah Lyons, in foot; Henry Hilflicker, in ear; Dan'l W. Mitchell, in elbow; Geo. W. Hamilton, in hand; Wm. W. Hamilton, in side. Corporals Wm. H. Saunders, Lewis Grey, and Privates Parley Inman, Emery J. Ladd, wounded while with detachment in Georgia campaign.
Private John Sexton, in skirmish near Lake Providence, La., Feb. 10, 1863.
At Vicksburg, Miss., May 19 and 22, 1863. Sergeant Chas. Anderson Corporal John Horan (died of wounds). Privates Benj. Easton (died of wounds), Thos. Moore, John Martin, Alfred M. Horton, David Cox, Alex. S. Cummings, Orlando Loper, James R. Manning, Wm. R. Stevenson, John Sexton, Job H. Westbury (died of wounds.) Private David F. Studley, wounded June 10,. 1863, at Vicksburg, Miss., (died of wounds).
At Guntown, Miss., June 10, 1864. Lieut. Jas. M. Tisdel, severely, in leg. Sergt. Stephen A. Rollins (died of wounds.) Corporal Joseph Sweetapple. Privates Henry Williams (died of wounds), Washington Porter. Private John H. Searls, wounded in action near Baker's Ridge, Ga. COMPANY "C."
In charge on enemy's works at Vicksburg, Miss., Jan. 19 and 22, 1863. 1st Lieut. Otis H. Smith, in hand. Sergts. Wm. H. Stoddard, in thigh, (died of wounds); Samuel Cutter, in shoulder. Corporals Chas. Bigsby, in hand, knee and heel, (died of wounds); Edgar J. Dodge, in shoulder, (died of wounds). Privates Wm. H. Chilsen, in hand; John W. King, in hand;. Patrick Hovey, in thigh; Reuben Cook, in hand, (died of wounds); Dan'l S. Broughton, in neck, (died of wounds); Wm. Brown, in body, (died of wounds); Alpheus Cook, in shoulder; Chas. Chilson, in hand; Theodore W. Goodsell, in hand; Wm. Marshall, in thigh; Ira M. Pierce, in thigh; Randolph E. Slawson, in head; Edwin E. Winney, in hand; Jas W. Smith, in head, (died of wounds). Private Robt. Buchanan, in arm, at battle of Yellow Bayou, La., May 18, 1864. Sergt. Geo. W. Reynolds, in arm, at Guntown, Miss., June 10, 1864.