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Roster of Delaware Volunteers in the War of the Rebellion
SECOND REGIMENT


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ROSTER OF DELAWARE VOLUNTEERS IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION

(The missing rosters are not on file in the Adjutant General’s 
office, at Dover, and the editor could not secure them from 
Washington in time for publication.)

SECOND REGIMENT - DELAWARE INFANTRY VOLUNTEERS.
 
Field and Staff Officers.
 
Colonel.
 
H.W. Wharton.
   
  
Lieutenant-Colonel.
 
W.P. Bailey. a
   
  
Major.
 
Robert Andrews. c
   
  
Adjutant.
 
Samuel Canby.
   
  
Quartermaster.
 
George Plunkett.
   
  
Surgeon.
 
David W. Huesten.
   
  
Assistant Surgeons.

Philip M. Plunkett.                     William H. Babb.
 
  
Non-Commissioned Staff Officers.
 
Sergeant-Major.
 
William H. Brady. c
   
  
Quartermaster-Sergeant.
 
Benjamin F. Hedges.
   
  
Commissary Sergeant.
 
Henry C. Nelson.
   
  
Hospital Steward.
 
John C. Claypoole.
   
  
Company A.
 
Captains.
 
John Evans. a                          David L. Strickler.
 
  
First Lieutenants.
 
Thomas M. Wenie.                       James W. Letherburg.
 
  
Second Lieutenant.
 
Robert G. Smith.
   
  
First Sergeants.
 
Robert B. Blake.                       Cyrus H. Forward. b
 
Edgar Danach.
   
  
Sergeants.
 
Alexander Zebley. b                     Joseph Fesmyer.
 
  
Corporals.
 
John W. Brown.                           Peter Dulton.
 
James H.C. Carter.                       Oliver B. Lefferty.
 
George P. Coleman. d                     Jacob Steitz. b
 
  
Drummer.
 
George McCracken.
   
  
Fifer.
 
Henry Kappes.
   
  
Wagoner.
 
James L. Redmond.
   
  
Privates.
 
Ackerly, Joseph.                        Keever, William
 
Bannan, John                            Lodge, Samuel
 
Bannar, Charles                         Lynch, William
 
Boney, William.                         McAllister, James b
 
Bosler, Peter a                         McCabe, James c
 
Brooks, Daniel H.                       McCallan, John a
 
Burns, John                             McDonald, James
 
Carey, Stephen a                        McKnight, John G.
 
Christie, William                       McKone, Martin
 
Cochran, Samuel                         Millis, Isaac
 
Colton, Charles P.                      Mohan, William
 
Colts, James W.                         Morgan, James
 
Cook, James                             Morris, Albert T. c
 
Cox, William                            Naylor, Edward
 
Crozier, John                           Nealis, Samuel E.
 
Cunningham, Thomas                      Newman, Henry
 
Dailey, John                            O’Donnell, Thomas
 
De Berger, Adolph                       Quigley, Edward a
 
Delarne, Antoine b                      Register, William H.
 
Dolan, Robert                           Righter, Benjamin S.
 
Doyle, Peter                            Rowe, John
 
Fallan, Michael                         Ruth, James W.
 
Farnan, John                            Ryan, Edward a
 
Fradds, John                            Seward, James
 
Francis, Charles a                      Stack, George
 
Fryer, Joseph P.                        Sweeney, Charles
 
Gregg, Abraham                          Taylor, Thomas H.
 
Hardin Henry                            Tompkins, Howard
 
Hargraver, Caleb                        Valient, Benjamin
 
Harrison, John                          Warner, Thomas
 
Hanscom, Howard                         Warren, George
 
Hartland, Henry                         Wilson, John a
 
Higginbottom, John                      Wolf, Henry
 
Heidman, Leonard                        Young, David


Supplement.— Mustered out at Wilmington, Delaware, July 1, 1864. One 
captain killed, seven privates killed, three non-commissioned officers 
died of wounds, one non-commissioned officer died of disease, four 
privates wounded, two of whom died from their injuries.

Company B.
 
Captain.
 
Charles H. Christman.
   
  
First Lieutenants.
 
Theodore Geyer.                        Benjamin F. Nolen.

  
Second Lieutenants.
 
William Fennimore.                     Hamill W. Otley. a
 
  
First Sergeant.
 
James Brown.
   
  
Sergeants.
 
Ferdinand Davis.                       James E. Simpson. d
 
John Deving.                           James Waters.
 
Josiah Lake. c
   
  
Corporals.
 
Benjamin Crooks.                        John King.
 
Andrew Green.                           Thomas Semple.
 
Stephen Hannum. c                       Joseph Smith.
 
  
Fifer.
 
John Selser.
   
  
Wagoner.
 
Samuel Miller
   
  
Drummer.
 
Robert Russell.
   
  
Privates.
 
Ambeore, David                          McCoy, James
 
Armstrong, Roland J.                    McCoy, John
 
Anderson, William W.                    McKensey, John
 
Bechtel, Jacob                          McKnight, John c
 
Bowers, Samuel a                        McMullin, William H.
 
Bushby, Charles                         Merritt, John
 
Carr, William                           Miller, Charles
 
Cheeseman, Nathan                       Millman, John
 
Conley, Stephen a                       Moyer, Charles
 
Cooper, Thomas                          Murray, Philip a
 
Crookshanks, William d                  Noble, James
 
Cunnard, Lewis                          Orell, John
 
Deloy, John H.                          Otley, Benjamin F.
 
Dickenson, Solomon a                    Ottinger, Joseph
 
Dickerson, Charles b                    Patterson, William
 
Dougherty, Thomas                       Payton, Joseph
 
Elkin, William                          Price, Richard.
 
Ferguson, Thomas                        Renshaw, Francis
 
Finley, John                            Rodgers, William a
 
George, William H.                      Rosenberg, Henry
 
Godfrey, Thomas                         Savoy, William P.a
 
Graham, Samuel                          Sheonk, Joseph a
 
Gunning, John                           Sill, James
 
Hamilton, George B.F. b                 Simons, Charles
 
Heinsworth, Thomas C. d                 Sloan, Robert c
 
Helene, John C.                         Snyder, Franklin N. d
 
Hinsworth, Henry                        Stansfield, William b
 
Kelly, John                             Steelman, James
 
Knipe, Charles                          Sutton, John
 
Lallaement, William                     Sylvester, George c
 
Laros, Thomas                           Taylor, Abraham b
 
Lawson, Hiram                           Thawley, Thomas
 
Lawson, William H. H.                   Thompson, John L.
 
Lukens, Isaac G.                        Timpson, George
 
Marlin, James L.                        Welsh, Edward c
 
Marlin, William                         Welsh, Joseph
 
Marshbank, Alexander                    Woodbury, William


Supplement.— Mustered out of service at Wilmington, Delaware, July 1, 
1864, by D.G. Swain, captain and A.A.G. One second lieutenant killed, 
seven privates killed, one non-commissioned officer died of disease, 
three privates died of disease, one non-commissioned officer wounded, 
nine privates wounded, four of whom died of wounds.

Company C.
 
Captains.
 
John G. Simpers.                        Benjamin Ricketts.
 
  
First Lieutenants.
 
George H. Hardy.                        W.F.H. Forbert.


Second Lieutenants.
 
Harrison, Bennett.                      Ephraim Jordan. a
 

Sergeants.
 
Ebenezer Alexander.                     William Drew.
 
James McCullen.                         Ephraim Jordan. a
 
James T. Helley.                        Philip Johnston.
 
Robert McCullen.                        William Sands.
 
William I. Davidson. a                  Charles J. Smyth.
 
  
Corporals.
 
Rennard Allison                         Asbury McDonald.
 
Samuel Boyer.                           Thomas Jeffries. d
 
Granville Bennett                       William H. Kingston. a
 
Samuel Biddle. a                        Thomas Miller. c
 
Henry M. Bennett. a                     William Sowers. a
 
Robert Davidson. 


Drummer.
 
George W. Lutts.
   
  
Fifer.
 
Richard A. Carr.
   
  
Teamster.
 
George Turner.
   
  
Privates.
 
Anderson, Martin V.B.                  McGowen, Robert d
 
Barber, Lewis                          McNeal, Amos E.c
 
Basketter, Charles c                   McNeal, George
 
Campbell, William                      Murray, James W.
 
Clark, William T.                      Murray, John W.
 
Davis, George W.                       Nelson, Henry C.
 
Drummond, Jackson                      Ott, William
 
Fernan, Benjamin.                      Pidgeon, John
 
Ferguson, Albert H.                    Pierson, George W. c
 
Foreacre, Isaac b                      Pierson, Jesse H.
 
Fonds, William                         Plummer, Nicholas
 
Gibbs, James L.                        Poulson, William C.
 
Giles, Philip A.                       Reardon, Thomas D.
 
Grant, Jacob                           Reed, Charles
 
Harvy, William S.                      Rementer, William
 
Hays, Charles E.                       Rok, John B.
 
Heath, Washington                      Rosburg, Jeremiah.
 
Hedges, Benjamin F.                    Scarborough, Elisha W.
 
Honey, Nicholas T.                     Scott, Henderson c
 
Housekeper, Thomas                     Sewell, William
 
Johnston, Philip A. a                  S__armon, Peter
 
Jones, Hugh C. a                       Simpers, Henry T.
 
Lacy, Joel c                           Smith, Heister c
 
Lands, Benjamin S.                     Smith, John
 
Lenard, James                          Smith, Norris
 
Lilley, Davis N.                       Smith, William B.
 
Lockard, Matthew                       Snyder, Azariah
 
Lockard, William T.                    Sowers, John W.d
 
Mehan, Aquilla                         Steele, John A.
 
Mehan, James H.                        Stretch, Samuel C.
 
Mehan, James T.                        Thomas, Richard
 
Maffitt, George R.                     Thompson, William
 
Marcus, Whitecraft.                    Tice, William
 
McCarthy, Charles                      Whitlock, Myers
 
McClure, Robert                        Wilson, Nicholas
 
McCullough, Jethro T.                  Wright, George W.
 
McDonald, James   

Supplement.— Mustered out of service at camp at City Point, Va., June 
23, 1864, by Thomas B. Hizan, captain and A.C.M. One second lieutenant 
killed, six non-commissioned officers killed one non-commisioned 
officer died of disease, one non-commissioned officer wounded, two 
privates killed, seven privates wounded, one of whem died of his 
wounds, two privates died of disease.

Company D.
 
Captains.
 
William H. Helmbold                    John M. Perry.
 

First Lieutenant.
 
Jacob P. Pierce. c
   
  
Second Lieutenants.
 
James Wier. c                          Andrew J. Krause.
 

First Sergeant.
 
John H. Davis.                         John C. Rotzell.
 

Sergeants.
 
Thomas Ash.                            George Hodgson.
 
Joseph D. Boyd.                        John McIntyre. a
 
Frederick Farrell.                     John L. Ogden. a
 
Robert Hanna.                          William Turner.
 
Jacob Heimpherville.
   

Corporals.
 
John P. Gillingham. a                  Joseph Pesch.
 
William Hall.                          William Stopey. a
 
Francis Henneper. c                    James Young.
 

Musician.
 
William McKeinmon.
   

Privates.
 
Banner, Charles c                      Maxworthy, George W.d
 
Barry, John C.                         Mayhew, William
 
Beckley, William                       McConnochil Peter
 
Bessler, Francis C.                    McFarland, John
 
Bonner, William a                      McGrath, Job
 
Brown, John H.                         McLain, Alexander
 
Brown, William                         McNichol, Andrew
 
Callen, William d                      McPeak, William
 
Clark, Thomas b                        Meyers, George
 
Coleman, Henry D. b                    Miller, Evans G.

Coombs, William                        Monnahan, John
 
Cox, Joseph                            Moreland, George
 
Daley, Michael                         Nesbit, John
 
Devlin, John                           Palmatory, Robert
 
Donnohue, Thomas                       Powers, James a
 
Donnohue, Hugh d                       Quillum, William

Dunn, William                          Quirksall, Jacob c
 
Elliott, Spencer                       Read, John
 
Evans, John                            Recoes, Isaac M.
 
Ferrell, William                       Roney, George
 
Fields, Samuel d                       Rudolph, Andrew d
 
Fletcher, James                        Ryan, John G.
 
Gessler, Edward M.                     Sayers, Livingston b
 
Gessler, William b                     Serrell, Benjamin
 
Gillespie, James.                      Sheridan, George H. c
 
Gump, Henry                            Stewart, Robert
 
Harper, John W.                        Thorn, Henry T. d
 
Hickley, Henry d                       Tracy, Joseph
 
Hilt, George L.                        Tranilla, Isaac
 
Jones, Lewis                           Tuff, Hugh
 
Kane, Daniel                           Ward, James
 
Kelley, James C.                       Weaver, Lewis
 
Kenmar, William                        Wedgemyer, Christian
 
Kerker, Frederick                      William Dashford (musician)
 
Mallett, Gilbert                       Zang, Melcher
 
Mason, James


Supplement.— Mustered out of service at camp near City Point, Va., 
July 1, 1864, by Thomas B. Hizar, captain First Delaware Volunteers 
and A.C.M. Two non-commissioned officers wounded, four non-commissioned 
officers killed, one non-commissioned officer wounded, two privates 
killed, seven privates died of disease, seven privates wounded and 
four of them died of their wounds.

Company E.
 
Captains.
 
Charles Bird c.                       Robert Morehouse.


First Lieutenants.
 
William Bowen.                        George Helmbold.


Second Lieutenant.
 
John A. Bosia.
   
  
Sergeants.
 
James Crap.                            Michael Meenan. c
 
John Larkins.                          David B. Norman.
 
William Lohr b                         Charles F. Nostrand.
 
  
Corporals.
 
Benjamin Adams.                         Frederick M. Laboy.
 
Peter Byrns.                            Joseph Ogle.
 
James Dugakes.                          Frederick Rich. c
 
Edward Hoffman. c                       William Smith.


Musician.
 
Joseph Perkins.
   

Wagoner.
 
Charles Ellis.

Privates.
 
Bishop, Joseph                           Howard, Francis
 
Blair, Charles                           Howell, William
 
Brinkman, Adolph a                       Keefer, William
 
Bruens, William                          Louster, Jacob d
 
Buff, John                               Marval, James c
 
Bushby, Charles                          Mays, Samuel c
 
Cotton, Michael c                        McCloskey, James
 
Crass, Jonathan                          Meyers, Herman
 
Cummins, William a                       Monaghan, James d
 
Curran, Hugh                             Nichols, John
 
Deity, Bernhard c                        O’Neal, Charles c
 
Deity, George F.                         Ost, John b
 
Doran, Thomas                            Paxon, Charles
 
Dreer, Charles                           Pembers, Charles a
 
Faller, Gotleib                          Plank, George G. a
 
Faulkner, William                        Preyes, Conrad
 
Fitzpatrick, John                        Saring, George
 
Flood, Thomas a                          Shinn, Franklin
 
Foreman, William                         Shultz, George
 
Freeyling, Andrew                        Simper, William
 
Geary, Joseph                            Stamfler, John L.
 
Gibbons, Joseph                          Stewart, Herman
 
Gilbreth, Hugh d                         Taggart, Joel H. a
 
Glass, Frank                             Tapper, George a
 
Gual, George J.                          Thornton, James
 
Guilford, William a                      Walters, Hanson N. d
 
Hammond, Benjamin                        Wein, Jacob c
 
Heidle, Antoine                          Wohlsledge, Michael
 
Hill, Frederick W.                       Zeibold, Charles

Supplement.— Mustered out of service July 1, 1864. One commissioned 
officer wounded, four non-commissioned officers, one of whom died of 
his wounds, eight privates killed, six privates wounded, one of whom 
died of his wounds, four privates died of disease.

Company F.
 
Captain.
 
Peter McCullough.
   
  
First Lieutenants.
 
William B. Smith. c                      Charles Reynolds.
 
  
Second Lieutenant.
 
Francis K. Duke.
   
  
First Sergeants.
 
Charles Miller.                           Frederick Frank.
 
Leo Umnepig. a                            James Holton.
 
  
Sergeants.
 
Michael Curley. c                         John McCray.
 
John Kelley.                              Charles Nathan.
 
  
Corporals.
 
Patrick Campbell.                         Frederick Peiper.
 
Dennis Cumber.                            John F. Robinson.
 
William Hawser. a
   
    
Drummer.
 
Henry Canning.
   
  
Privates.
 
Albertus, John a                           Lawall, Philip
 
Alcorn, James                              Loehr, Joseph
 
Anderson, John                             Lopez, Wright H.
 
Baltz, John                                Louth, Henry
 
Barr, John                                 Ludurg, Jolse
 
Beek, Henry                                McBride, Patrick d
 
Brown, Benjamin F.                         Meyers, John
 
Brown, George                              Mumpford, Littleton
 
Brunner, Jacob d                           Murray, James
 
Burnotte, Charles                          O’Harra, Charles
 
Carr, John d                               Patterson, John b
 
Carr, William                              Peikert, Charles d
 
Cassidy, William d                         Pfeifer, Jacob
 
Clark, Robert                              Rabanna, Ludwig
 
Conner, Cornelius d                        Rebesberger, Charles d
 
Cowan, John d                              Reiley, James c
 
Damshorn, Emanuel                          Roth, Vincent
 
Deluis, Frederick                          Ruff, Casper
 
Diehl, John P.                             Rutter, James
 
Donnelly, Michael c                        Schmidt, John
 
Doolin, Patrick                            Schneider, Christian
 
Duft, Charles                              Schneider, William c
 
Ferguson, Franklin d                       Shellkopf, George c
 
Flynn, Thomas c                            Shoemaker, Christian
 
Gallagher, Michael                         Shields, James
 
Gendy, James                               Soehler, August
 
Genthoff, George b                         Span, Frederick a
 
Gona, John                                 Spence, George
 
Gregg, Edward                              Stall, John P.
 
Griffith, Richard                          Travis, Jabez
 
Harris, George H.                          Walsh, John
 
Hoffman, Franklin                          Walters, Valentine
 
Holden, Thomas a                           Waltz, Christian
 
Jennings, Michael                          Young, Leopold
 
Krugh, Theodore                            Zeyler, George
 
Kuckenbuger, Louis                           


Supplement.— Mustered out of service at camp, near City Point, Va., 
July 1, 1864, by Thomas B. Hizar, captain First Delaware Volunteers 
and A.C.M. One commissioned officer wounded, two
non-commissioned officers killed, one non-commissioned officer 
wounded, three privates killed, nine privates died of disease, seven 
privates wounded, two of whom died of their wounds.

Company G.
 
Captains.
 
Charles P. Foy.                            John F. Heishley.
 
  
First Lieutenant.
 
James J. Menamin.
   
  
Second Lieutenants.
 
Thomas J. Moore.                           Charles Weiss.
 
  
First Sergeants.
 
Frederick Hardt.                           Louis Mahies. a
 
  
Sergeants.
 
Michael Cavanaugh. a                       William O. Lawrence.
 
Charles C. Frazer.                         Samuel Moore.
 
Abraham Hubbard.                           William Moore.
 
  
Corporals.
 
Francis Devlin.                            August Peteonella.
 
George W. Haas.                            Ferdinand Scheiber. a
 
William D. Hanison.
   
  
Musicians.
 
Albert T. Abbott.                          Alphonzo T. Mannaing.
 
James Brady.                               Robert Martin.
 
  
Wagoners.
 
George Burns.                              Edward C. Fenton.
 

Privates.
 
Abel, Adolph                               Kneff, Henry
 
Ames, Joseph L.                            Knowles, John
 
Barton, George                             Marshall, Charles
 
Bastible, Daniel                           Maynard, James
 
Bernhard, Charles A.                       McGurk, Michael
 
Boggs, Caleb                               McKeeman, James a
 
Bracey, Samuel C. d                        McKenna, Hugh
 
Brown, Henry                               McMahan, Andrew
 
Brown, John c                              McNeal, Samuel
 
Cake, Henry                                Mirgin, Charles
 
Caldwell, William                          Moore, Robert T.
 
Callahan, Cornelius a                      Morgan, Charles
 
Carr, Peter                                Morris, Robert H.c
 
Cochran, Andrew                            Murphy, Dennis
 
Croissans, Valentine                       Paine, George C.
 
Daskam, Charles                            Parker, James H.
 
Deonish, John E.                           Roasch, George
 
Fullure, Thomas                            Rushson, James
 
Fulton, Thomas C.                          Rushton, Thomas

Glissman, Ludwig                           Ryan, Edward C.
 
Gorman, William                            Schaefer, John F.
 
Graffe, William                            Schmidt, John
 
Green, Joseph                              Schraeekla, Frederick b
 
Griessinger, Gottleib d                    Smith, Charles
 
Hanbennestel, William                      Smith, James
 
Heimback, Samuel                           Smith, William
 
Henry, John d                              Spring, Charles c
 
Hipson, William                            Stille, John
 
Jeffries, Daniel                           Sullivan, Eugene
 
Jessup, David d                            Townsend, Samuel A.
 
Johnston, William H.                       Warren, John
 
Karacher, Alexander a                      Weilbrenner, George
 
Keegel, Frederick c                        Wilson, John
 
Kelly, Hugh a                              Wilkinson, Thomas c
 
Kelly, Jacob M.                            Zeyher, Charles
 
Kersler, John c                            

Supplement.— Mustered out of service at City Point, Va., July 1, 1864, 
by Thomas B. Hizar, captain First Delaware Volunteers and A.C.M. 
Three non-commissioned officers killed, four privates killed, four 
privates died of disease, seven privates wounded, one of whom died of 
his wounds.

Company H.
 
Captains.
 
Lewis Nolen.                               James Plunkett.
 
  
First Lieutenant.
 
Henry C. Smith.
   
  
Second Lieutenants.
 
John Deveny.                               Philip Johnson.
 
  
First Sergeants.
 
Edward Jochen.                             Henry C. Smith.
 
  
Sergeant.
 
Thomas Russell. c
   
  
Corporals.
 
William Hamilton.                          William McCuther.
 
Henry Holden.
   
  
Drummers.
 
John McCall.                               Thomas Peters.
 
  
Privates.
 
Abbott, Albert                             Kenny, James
 
Arvine, James                              Lane, John
 
Arvine, Patrick c                          Lawrence, John
 
Barton, John                               Livingston, William
 
Beckley, George                            Lounce, Elwood
 
Brady, William H.                          McAuthor, John
 
Brazo, Orlando                             McCarty, Charles
 
Brown, Isaac                               McCarty, William
 
Buckley, L. D.                             McCoy, James
 
Burnett, Charles                           McGlory, John
 
Call, Richard                              McGrory, Hugh
 
Chalfant, James                            McIntyre, Charles a
 
Claypole, John                             McMahon, William
 
Crumlish, Patrick a                        McPike, Henry
 
Cubbage, Michael                           Mobb, John B.
 
Detman, Charles                            Myers, William
 
Dickerson, Edward R.                       Neble, John a
 
Dorchel, Julius                            Nolen, Frank
 
Dougherty, John                            Noble, George
 
Dull, Patrick a                            Rice, John E.a
 
Emerson, George                            Richie, Robert b
 
Faehart, William                           Sammit, Charles
 
Fenton, James D.                           Schluter, Adam
 
Ferry, Isaac                               Schwarn, Urban
 
Fletcher, James                            Sholder, Edward
 
Gordy, Greenbury                           Sigmond, William
 
Griann, Simon F.                           Smith, Henry C.

Grow, Ernest b                             Smith, Thomas a
 
Grubb, John W.                             Sperlein, Stephen
 
Grummer, Thomas d                          Stang, Frederick d
 
Hardy, Robert                              Steinbrook, Lafayette.
 
Hasson, John                               Steinman, Peter
 
Herpoldt, George                           Taylor, William
 
Hogan, William                             Wakefield, William b
 
Hooper, James                              Walker, William
 
Howard, Andrew                             Walraven, Alfred
 
Hyde, Jacob                                Weeks, William W.
 
Hyland, John b                             Whitcraft, John
 
Kennedy, Joseph a                          Woodbury, William
 

Supplement.— Mustered out of service near Petersburg, Va., August 12, 
1864, by R.C. Embler, captain Fifty-ninth New York Volunteers and 
A.C.M. of Second Division of Second A.C. One non-commissioned officer 
wounded, seven privates killed, two privates died of disease, five 
privates wounded, four of whom died of their wounds.

Company I.
 
Captains.
 
Thomas Wenie.                              Samuel J. Wood.
 
  
First Lieutenants.
 
William H. Brady.                          Gideon T. Todd. d
 
  
Second Lieutenants.
 
Henry H. Jones. b                          John Kelsey.
 

First Sergeant.
 
Thomas J. Wood.
   

Sergeants.
 
Jacob Boyd. a                              Edward Reynolds.
 
John Derrickson.                           Charles D. Springer.
 
John G. Raymond.                           George W. Unrich.
 

Corporals.
 
Robert Browne.
   
Thomas Lynch.
   
Curtis Pierce.
 

Drummers.
 
Thomas Ferguson.                           Peter McKenna.
 
  
Privates.
 
Allen, Charles                             Keatty, John
 
Anderson, David                            Keyser, Charles
 
Anderson, Smith d                          King, George
 
Atkins, Stanton                            McConnell, James
 
August, Charles a                          McElwee, John
 
Baker, John                                McGraner, Patrick
 
Baker, Levi a                              Melvin, Thomas
 
Calahan, Thomas d                          Montgomery, John
 
Campbell, William                          O’Hara, Michael
 
Clutch, George                             Outler, Perry
 
Coleman, Seymour                           Prettyman, John
 
Collins, Lemuel                            Prettyman, Leven d
 
Connelly, James                            Raymond, Nicholas
 
Covert, Howard                             Rice, Lott
 
Coymers, Lambert                           Rozell, James
 
Cubbage, Luther c                          Russell, Benjamin d
 
Davning, Peter                             Saville, Frank
 
Delavue, Robert c                          Saville, James
 
Dickerson, David d                         Sawer, Lewelian
 
Dillihay, James                            Scotten, John
 
Dillman, George                            Scotten, William
 
Dillman, John                              Sedgwick, John W.
 
Dolen, Thomas                              Shulty, David H.
 
Dunn, John a                               Sinex, John A.
 
Evans, George                              Sivot, Emanuel
 
Fisher, Samuel                             Smith, Charles
 
Fleetwood, William                         Smith, Edward d
 
Gemill, Arnold                             Smith, James
 
Grear, Thomas a                            Stevens, George

Halter, James                              Stewart, James
 
Halter, John d                             Thompson, Victor
 
Halverson, Thomas                          Vankirk, William d
 
Jenkins, Miller                            Vickers, Edward c
 
Jorden, Charles                            Webster, Samuel
 
Johnson, James                             Wells, John
 
Johnson, William a                         Wilson, William
 
Kane, James                                Wiser, William
 

Supplement.— Mustered out of service near Petersburg, Va., September 
14, 1864, by A.C. Embler, captain Fifty-ninth New York Volunteers and 
A.C.M. of Second Division of Second A.C. One commissioned officer 
died of disease, one commissioned officer died of wounds, one non-
commissioned officer killed, five privates killed, eight privates 
died of disease, three privates wounded.

Company K.
 
Captains.
 
Philip Johnson.                            Joseph M. Barr.


First Lieutenant.
 
William Drew.
   
  
Second Lieutenant.
 
Charles E. Evans.
   
  
First Sergeant.
 
Charles H. Hammer.
   
  
Sergeants.
 
Richard Fox.                                Enoch L. McCallough
 
Isaac Janvier. a                            Lewis T. Sereath. d
 
Charles H. Lurch.

    
Corporals.
 
William Dougherty. a                        Peter A.B. Kerbaugh.
 
Neil Green.                                 Patrick McKelvin.
 
John Guthrie.                               John B. Loafman.
 
Albert E. Hunter.                           Alexander H. Mason.
 
  
Drummers.
 
Alexander McCracken. d                      Joseph Perkins.
 
John McCracken.                            
  
  
Privates.
 
Baird, William                              Kendall, John
 
Berger, Gottlieb d                          Kirk, Marshall
 
Bowers, Jacob a                             Knoblaugh, Charles
 
Boyd, John                                  Kurtz, Charles d
 
Braherty, John                              Lang, John
 
Burk, John                                  Lee, John
 
Clayton, William                            Laffland, Edward
 
Coffin, John B.                             Linns, Joseph
 
Davis, George                               Mannering, John H.
 
Devlin, Patrick                             McDonnell, John
 
Dillon, John                                McIntyre, William d
 
Donnelly, Michael                           McKenner, Michael
 
Donahoe, Timothy                            Murphy, Thomas
 
Dotten, Elisha d                            Pargues, Nicholas
 
Dougherty, Hugh                             Parks, William
 
Dugan, Patrick                              Penn, Theodore
 
Dunbar, Daniel                              Pierce, Isaac
 
Edward, Elias                               Phatan, Francis
 
Ferrell, William H. d                       Press, Thomas
 
Filler, John d                              Robert J. Holt (1st Lt.)
 
Foreacre, Robert                            Rody, Henry
 
Gibson, John                                Russell, Edward
 
Grow, James                                 Russell, Samuel C.
 
Gruthers, Alexander                         Russell, Thomas a
 
Harris, Thomas b                            Rutter, Gilbert
 
Helbling, Peter                             Smith, Henry F.
 
Helman, James A. d                          Smith, James
 
Hensler, Joseph                             Stidham, Joseph R.
 
Hickey, John P.                             Stukey, John
 
Hilles, William d                           Suthie, John
 
Hilton, Thomas G.                           Thompson, Harville
 
Hood, Malcolm                               Van Huft, John E. d
 
Hopkins, Samuel                             Walraven, Isaac
 
Horstman, George H.                         Wenn, George
 
Jones, Henry C.                             Wood, Charles Y.
 
Kane, John B.


Supplement.— Mustered out of service near Petersburg, Va., October 1, 
1864, by F.B. Doter, captain Fourteenth C.V. and A.C.M. of Second 
Division of Second A.C. One non-commissioned officer killed, two non-
commissioned officers died of disease, two privates killed, one 
private died of wounds, ten privates died of disease.

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