Statistical History of

The 112th New York Volunteer Infantry

 

FIELD AND STAFF
COLONELS

JEREMIAH CLINTON DRAKE, Westfield, N.Y., promoted from Captain, Co. K, 49th N.Y., Sept. 1862. In command of Brigade, Suffolk, Va., during the siege.  In skirmish on Edenton Road, April 25, 1863. in battle at Carrsville, Va., May 16th, 1863. In command of Brigade on return from expedition to South Anna Bridge, from July 2d to July 12th, 1863. In command of Brigade on Folly Island from Jan. 3d to Feb. 10th, 1864. In command of Brigade, Jacksonville, Fla., from Feb. 29th to March 11th. In command of Division from March 11th to April 20th. In command of Brigade from May. 5th to June 1st. In action at Walthal Junction on May 8th. In action at Proctor's Creek May 16th. Absent from command twelve days from March 26th, 1863. In action and mortally wounded June 1st, 1864, at Cold Harbor; died June 2d. 
JOHN FELLOWS SMITH, Jamestown, N.Y. Promoted from Lieutenant Colonel and mustered Jan 3d, 1865. In action at storming of Fort Fisher, Jan. 15th, 1865. Mortally wounded and died Jan. 18th. 
EPHRAIM A. LUDWICK, Forestville, N.Y. Promoted from Lieut. Colonel mustered March 30th, 1865. In command at close of service. 

LIEUTENANT COLONELS

FREDERICK A. REDINGTON, Fredonia, N.Y. Commissioned and mustered Oct. 30th, 1862. On duty at Suffolk, Va. Resigned on account of physical disability, and honorably discharged, Jan. 7th, 1863.
ELIAL FOOTE CARPENTER, Jamestown, N.Y. Promoted from Major and mustered Jan 11th, 1863. In command of Regiment at Suffolk, during siege. In action Edenton Road and Carrsville. In command of Regiment from July. 3d to July 12th, '63. On recruiting service in Chautauqua Co., N.Y., from Dec. 20th, 1863, to April 15th, 1864. In command of Regiment from May 5th to May 16th, 1864. In action May 8th at Walthal Junction. In action at Proctor's Creek, May 16th. Mortally wounded. Died May 18th, at Bermuda Hundred.                                                                                                        JOHN FELLOWS SMITH, Jamestown, N.Y. Promoted from Major, and mustered June 10th, 1864. Took command of Regiment June 19th, 1864. In action at Cemetery Hill, Petersburg, July 30th, 1864. At Darbytown Road, Oct 27th, 1864. Promoted to Colonel Jan. 4th, 1865.
WILLIAM H. CHADDOCK, Fredonia, N.Y. Received Commission June 10,1864. Not mustered on account of physical disability. See Captain Co. B.
EPHRAIM A. LUDWICK, Forestville, N.Y. Promoted from Major and mustered Jan. 14th, 1865. Commission dated from Sept. 29th, 1864. In command at Federal Point, Wilmington, and Faison's Station. See Colonel and Major.
ALFRED DUNHAM, Jamestown, N.Y. Promoted from Captain Co. A, and mustered March 10th, 1865. In command of 3d N.Y. Vols., from April 3d to May 20th, 1865. See Captain Co. A. With the Regiment at close of service.

MAJORS

ELIAL FOOTE CARPENTER, Jamestown, N.Y. Promoted from Lieutenant Co. G, 49th N.Y. Commissioned at organization of Regiment and promoted to Lieutenant Colonel Jan. 11th, 1863. See Lieutenant Colonel.
JOHN F. SMITH, Jamestown, N.Y. Promoted from Captain Company A, and mustered Jan. 11th, 1863. Detached on Staff of Maj. Gen. Peck commanding at Suffolk, Va., as Provost Marshal, from. Feb. 8th to Aug. 1st,. 1863. Sick on voyage to. Folly Island, sent to Hospital at Hilton Head Aug. 18th, 1863. Leave of absence to Jamestown, Sept. 1863. Assigned to duty as Provost Marshal at Norfolk, Va., by order Maj. Gen. Foster, commanding Dept. Va., Sept. 1863. Relieved and returned to Regiment Dec. 26th, 1863. Provost Marshal and Judge Advocate on Staff of Brig. Gen. Vodges, Jacksonville, Fla., from Feb. 27th to March 30th, 1864. On Staff Maj. Gen. Gilmore, commanding 10th A. C., from May 8th to June 1864. Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and in command from June 20th, 1864. See Lieutenant Colonel.
EPHRAIM A. LUDWICK, Forestville, N.Y. Promoted from Captain Co. K, and mustered Major, from June 12th, 1864. In action at Cemetery Hill, Petersburg, July 30th. In command of Regiment battle of New Market Heights, Sept. 29th, 1864. Wounded, and right arm amputated on field. Absent from Regiment from Sept. 30th, 1864 to Feb. 7th 1865. Promoted to, Lieutenant Colonel. See Lieut. Col.
JOSEPH S. MATTHEWS, Jamestown, N, Y. Promoted from Captain Co. F, and mustered April 10th, 1865. On the Staff of Maj. Gen. Ames commanding 2d Division, 10th A. C. as Provost Marshal, till close of service. See Captain Company, F.

ADJUTANTS

SELDEN E. MARVIN, 1st Lieut., Jamestown, N.Y. Detached on Staff of Acting Brig. Gen. R.S. Foster, as A.A.A.G. from Dec. 1st, 1862, to Sept. 1863. Resigned Sept, 1863, to accept promotion as Major and Assistant Paymaster, U.S.A.
SAMUEL P. HEDGES, 1st Lieut., Jamestown, N. Y. Commissioned as Adjutant May, 1864. Absent from Regiment as prisoner of war till May, 1865. Assigned to duty as Adjutant May 14th, 1865. See 2d Lieut. Co. B.

ACTING ADJUTANTS

ALFRED DUNHAM, 1st Lieut. Co. A, from Dec. 1, 1862, to Feb.17, 1863.
ALEXANDER M. LOWREY, 1st Lieut. Co. H, from Feb.17, 1863., to Aug. 26, 1863.
JOSEPH C. RUSS, 1st Lieut. Co. B, from Aug. 26, 1863, to Dec. 26, 1863.
GURDEN L. PIERCE, 1st Lieut. Co. C, from Dec. 26, 1863, to March 1, 1864.
CLARENCE A. CRANE, 2d Lieut. Co. I, from March 1, 1864, to May 3, 1864.
SAMUEL P. HEDGES, 2d Lieut. Co. B, from May 3, 1864, to May 17, 1864.
CLARENCE A. CRANE, 2d Lieut. Co. I, from May 17, 1864, to June 23, 1864.
SAMUEL G. SHERWIN, 1st Lieut. Co. H, from June 23, 1864, to June 28, 1864.
CLARENCE A. CRANE, 2d Lieut. Co. I, from June 28, 1864, to July 28, 1864.
CHARLES A. KIMBERLY, 2d Lieut. Co. E, from July 28, 1864, to Sept. 29, 1864.
CLARENCE A. CRANE, 1st Lieut. Co. I, from Sept. 29, 1864, to Feb.14, 1865.
PERRY VORCE, 1st Lieut. Co. E, from Feb. 14, 1865, to March 10, 1865.
GEORGE H. DIXON, 1st Lieut. Co. C, from March 10, 1865, to May 1, 1865.
SAMUEL C. PITT, 1st Lieut. Co. E, from May 1, 1865, to May 13, 1865.

SURGEON

CHARLES E. WASHBURN, Fredonia, N. Y. Commissioned and assigned to Regiment at its formation. Chief Medical Officer of Brigade from May 2, 1864, to Dec. 6, 1864. Chief Medical Officer of 2d Division, 10th A.C., from Dec. 6, 1864, to April 10, 1865, Leave of absence granted at Folly Island, S. C., for twenty days from January 15, 1864. Constantly in service till taken sick on the march from Wilmington to the river Neuse, March 20, 1865. Died near Magnolia Station, Wilmington & Weidon Rail Road, April 10, 1865. See Obituary.

ASSISTANT SURGEONS

EDSON BOYD, Ashville, N.Y. Commissioned and assigned to Regiment at its formation. Sick with Typhoid Fever at Suffolk, Va., April, 1863. Sent to General Hospital, April 14, 1863. Honorably discharged at Annapolis Md., on account of physical disability, Nov. 9th, 1863.
JEFFRY R. THOMAS, Chautauqua, N.Y. Commissioned and assigned to Regiment at its formation. Resigned on account of physical disability, and honorably discharged at Suffolk, January 11, 1863.
CHARLES MEADE, Buffalo, N.Y. Assigned to Regiment February 6, 1863. Constantly with the Regiment till close of service.

QUARTER MASTERS

FRANKLIN WATERS, 1st Lieutenant and R.Q.M, Westfield, N.Y. Resigned Captaincy Co. E, to accept appointment as R.Q.M., Sept. 2, 1862. Absent on leave from June 23d to July 7th, 1863. Taken sick at Folly Island, Sept. 10, 1863. Sent to General Hospital, Beaufort. Died Oct. 3, 1863.
WILLIAM H. SHAW, 1st Lieut. and R.Q.M. Jamestown, N.Y. Promoted from Q.M. Sergeant, Dec. 5, 1863. Brigade Q. M. from Feb. 27 to April 28, 1864. With the Regiment constantly, throughout its term of service.

CHAPLAIN

WILLIAM L. HYDE, Dunkirk, N.Y. Commissioned and mustered October 10, 1862. Joined the Regiment October 22, 1862. Leave of absence thirty days from April 15, 1864. With the Regiment throughout its term of service.

NON-COMMISSIONED STAFF                                                                  

SERGEANT MAJORS

ALEXANDER M. LOWRY, from organization of Regiment, till promoted 1st Lieut. Co. H, Feb. 17, 1863.
ALROY A. TICKNOR, promoted from 1st Sergeant Co. G, Feb.17, 1863. Promoted 1st Lieut. Oct. 11, 1864.
B. FRANK BRAZEE, promoted from Sergeant Co. A, Oct.11, 1864. Promoted 1st Lieut. Co. I, Jan. 5, 1865.
ALGERNON M. GREEN, promoted from 1st Sergeant Co. A, Feb. 13, 1865. Promoted 2d Lieut. Co. E, April 17, 1865.
SYLVANUS A. WRIGHT, promoted from Sergeant Co. C, May 8, 1865. Returned with Regiment.

QUARTER-MASTER SERGEANTS

WILLIAM H. SHAW, from organization of Regiment, till promoted to R.Q.M., Dec. 5, 1863.
CHAPIN H. MORGAN, promoted from Corporal, Co. A, Dec. 5th, 1863. With Regiment through term of service.

COMMISSARY SERGEANTS

GEORGE F. PARMELEE, from organization of Regiment. Sick at Folly Island, S.C., and here discharged on account of physical disability, Sept. 8, 1863.
WILLIAM A. JUDSON, promoted from Sergeant Co. G. Assigned to duty Sept. 8, 1863. With Regiment constantly till close of service.

HOSPITAL STEWARDS

GEORGE COMSTOCK, Jamestown, N.Y. From organization of Regiment. Honorably discharged on account of physical disability, Jan. 21, 1863.
WILDUR WOOD, Jamestown, N.Y. Promoted from Private, Co. F, March 1, 1868. Sick and sent to General Hospital June 27th, 1863. Honorably discharged on account of disability.
WILLIAM H. MAYNARD, Ellington, N.Y. Promoted from Corporal Co. B, Aug. 9, 1863. Constantly with the Regiment. Detailed to Medical Purveyor's Office, Wilmington, N. C., from March 1865, to close of service.

ORDNANCE SERGEANTS

HIRAM VORGE, Westfield, N.Y. Promoted from Sergeant Co. E, March 23, 1863. Killed at Petersburg, VA., June 23, 1864.
WILLIAM HOYT, Harmony, N.Y. Promoted from 1st Sergeant, Co. D, Sept. 10, 1864. Promoted 2d Lieut. Co. 1, March 10, 1865.
SAMUEL C. PITT, Ripley, N.Y. Promoted from Sergeant, Co. E, March 10, 1865. Promoted 1st Lieut. Co. E, April 21, 1865.
IRA MARSH, Fredonia, N.Y. Promoted from Corporal, Co. B, May 8, 1865. Returned with the Regiment.

COMPANY A

This Company was recruited by John F. Smith, Esq., of Jamestown, who received the appointment of Captain, in the towns of Ellicott, Carroll, Poland and the south half of Gerry. The first enlistment was on the 25th July, 1862, and the ranks were full August 2d, though. many changes occurred after that date. The Company was composed of vigorous and healthy men, having a less percentage of deaths from sickness, than any in the Regiment.
The first Regimental return in the field, October 31st, reports an aggregate of 99 officers and men, several who originally enlisted in this having been transferred to other Companies. The Company received 23 recruits in 1864, and 17 in 1865. It has furnished a Colonel, a Lieutenant Colonel, a QuarterMaster, and several non-commissioned Staff; to the Regiment. Of the original members, 64 were discharged with the Regiment, 9 died of disease, and 10 by the casualties of war.

ORIGINAL ROSTER AND CHANGES

Captain John F. Smith, Jamestown, promoted to Major, January 11, 1863. See Field and Staff.
1st Lieutenant Alfred Dunham, Jamestown, Acting Adjutant from December 1, '62 to February 17, '63; promoted Captain January 11, '63; absent on recruiting service from December 21, '63 to May 4, '64; promoted Lieutenant Colonel, March 20, '65. See Field and Staff. Recommended for Colonel at close of service.
2d Lieutenant Henry R. Barrows, Jamestown, promoted 1st Lieutenant, January 11, '63; discharged on account of physical disability, January 28, '64.
1st Sergeant Horace F. Allen, Jamestown, promoted 2d Lieutenant November 24, '63; A.D.C. on Staff Brig. Gen. Curtis, June, 1864 detached in Ambulance Corps, August 2, '64, to close of service; promoted 1st Lieutenant July 29, 64; declined muster; rec. for Captain at close of service.
Sergeant Paul C. Havens, Jamestown, Clerk at Post January 6, '63 returned February, '63; at Division Head Quarters August 18, '63; telegraph office, Morris Island, December '63; detached in Army Telegraphic Corps till close of service.
Sergeant Silas W. Parker, Frewsburg, honorably discharged at Folly Island, by order of the War Department, February 8, '64.
Sergeant Samuel G. Sherwin, Jamestown, promoted to 2d Lieutenant January 11, '63; to 1st Lieutenant December 28, '63; Acting Adjutant from June 23, '63. Killed while on duty in trenches at Petersburg, Va., Jun. 28, '64.
Sergeant Edwin R. Hunt, Poland, taken sick at Folly Island, S.C., and sent home on sick leave, September 24, '63; honorably discharged by order of the War Department, December 27, '63.
Corporal David J. Clark, Poland, Provost Guard, April 5, '63; in ranks at his own request; sick in hospital from June 18, '63, to September, '63; returned with Regiment.
Corporal Chapin H. Morgan, Jamestown, in Post Quarter Master's office, Suffolk, Va., from February 18, '63; Brigade headquarters, Folly Island, from August 18, '63, till promoted Q. M. Sergeant December 5, '63; returned with Regiment; rec. for 1st Lieut. and R.Q.M. at close of service.
Corporal Irwin Bediant, Elliott, promoted Sergeant March 9, '64; 1st sergeant February 9, '65; returned with Regiment.
Corporal Enos C. Hunt, Jamestown, promoted Sergeant, January 20, '63 ; sick at Folly Island and sent home October 24, '63; died at Jamestown, November 7, '63.
Corporal Charles H. Knapp, Jamestown, promoted Sergeant, February 6, '63,. home on furlough April 19, '63; sick in hospital July 8, '63; transferred to V.R.C., 1863.
Corporal John A. Knowles, Jamestown; Clerk in Q. M. Department. from October, '62; returned to Regiment; promoted Sergeant January 5, '64 honorably discharged to accept promotion as Captain and A. C. S., April
11, '64.
Corporal Francis E. Pennock, Jamestown, promoted Sergeant, November 2, '63; 1st Sergeant January 5, '64; 1st Lieutenant Company I, February 8, '65 ; wounded through shoulder in action, September 29, '64. Returned with Regiment.
Corporal Warner Shaw, Jamestown, Clerk at Brigade headquarters, September, 1862; honorably discharged by reason of hemorrhage of lungs, June 5, '63; he died at Jamestown, 1863.
Musician John S. J. Gardiner, Jamestown, returned to ranks at his own request; wounded in battle June 1, '64, through arm; absent in hospital till close of service..
Musician Abner D. Smith, Jamestown, absent in hospital from October 2, '63 to May, '64. Returned with Regiment.
Wagoner James Shaw, Jamestown, absent sick from July 25, '64 to January, '65. Returned with Regiment.

PRIVATES

Andrew T. Arnold, Carroll, sent to General Hospital, July 22, '63; absent through term of service.
Charles Arthur, Ellicott, in Ambulance Department from August 20, '64. Returned with Regiment.
Charles E. Aikens, Poland, in hospital from February 22, to October, '64. Returned with Regiment.
Joseph G. Abraham, Jamestown, in hospital from July 2, '63 till close of service. On duty.
Lauren Arnold, Frewsburg, killed while on duty in trenches at Petersburg, Va., July 6, '64.
Marvin Arthur, Ellicott, wounded at Cold Harbor June 1, '64 ; died in hospital at Washington June 16, '64.
Anson A. Bulin, Jamestown, sick in hospital from July to September, '63; absent on recruiting service from December 21, to May 4, '64; guard at Brigade Headquarters May 25, '64; on duty at Gen. Terry's Headquarters from April, 1865 till close of service.
Andrew Bragg, Carroll, constantly with the Regiment.
B. Frank Brazee, Jamestown, Clerk Post Q.M., Jun 1, '63; returned July promoted Corporal October 27, '63; Sergeant, November 7, '63; Sergeant Major, October 11, '64; 2d Lieutenant, January 5, '65 ; 1st Lieutenant, March 9, '65; in command Company F, January 13, '65; in command Co. I, March 4, '65; A.O.O. 10th A.C., April 3, '65; returned with Regiment.
Emory Bigelow, Jamestown, deserted at Fort Richmond, N.Y., November 14, '64.
Horace W. Barber, Ellicott, promoted Corporal June 20, '63; on recruiting service from July 24, '63 till April, '64; wounded in battle at Cold Harbor and died in hospital at White House, Va., June 8, '64.
Westley Bennet, Carroll, taken sick and sent to hospital October 2, '64; died at Jones' Landing, James river, October 26, 64.
William H. Brown, Jamestown, left sick at Jamestown, September 12, '62; came to Regiment, February, '63; absent sick from August 1, '64, to December, '64.
Charles Caskey, Jamestown, promoted Corporal, January 5, '64 absent sick from August 26, '64 to December, '64.
Frank R. Case, Gerry, in hospital from October 23, '63 to July, '64 Taken prisoner in action, September 29, '64; was paroled but did not return to Regiment.
Grant Cobb, Gerry, wounded at Cemetery Hill, Petersburg, July 30, '64; returned from Hospital, December, '64.
Joel B. Clark, Poland, promoted Corporal March 9, '64; wounded in action New Market Heights, September 29, '64; returned from hospital, April, '65.
Abraham Danforth, Ellicott, killed in battle at Drury's Bluff, May 16, '64.
Harvey R. Davis, Jamestown, wounded in action May 16, '64; transferred to V.R.C.
James Douglas, Jamestown, constantly with Regiment.
Russel H. Deane, Ellington, died of typhoid fever at Camp Suffolk, Va., December 16, '64.
George W. Fox, Jamestown, promoted Corporal, November 1, '63; Sergeant August 6, '64 wounded in battle September 29, '64; returned from hospital December, '64; recommended for 2d Lieutenant at close of service.
William Foy, Poland, absent sick from August 7, '64; on duty at hospital till close of service.
Oscar F. French, Jamestown, absent sick from August 7, '64; on duty at hospital till close of service.
Algernon M. Greene, Jamestown, promoted Corporal January 5, '64; Sergeant October 11, '64; guard at Brigade Headquarters from May 25 to August, '64; Sergeant Major February 5, '65; 2d Lieutenant Company E, April 17, '65 ; transferred at close of regimental service to 3d N.Y.V.
Charles L. Gould, Carroll, sent to General Hospital June 24, '63; deserted from Hospital.
George W. Gardiner, Ellicott, wounded on duty at Petersburg, June 30, severe contusion from shell; returned from hospital, September and in battle, September 29, wounded through foot; on duty in hospital till close of service.
De Witt C. Hotchkiss, Poland, promoted Corporal January 5, '65; constantly with Regiment.
Elbert L. Harris, Ellicott, promoted Corporal August 20, '64; taken prisoner at New Market Heights, September 29, '64; returned to Regiment at Wilmington, March, '65.
Ethan A. Haskins, Carroll, wounded in battle, October 27; rejoined Company May, '65; on guard at Corps Headquarters from May 20.
Charles De Jane, Ellicott, in hospital from January 13, to March, '65; returned with Regiment.
Matthias Lenhardt, Jamestown, sick and sent to hospital June 29, '63; never returned; discharged December 9, '64.
Adelbert Moon, Gerry, promoted Corporal March 11, '65; with Regiment through service,
Cornelius Moynihan, Jamestown, promoted Corporal April 27, '63; Sergeant November 27, '63; 2d Lieutenant Company D, January 3, '65; with Regiment through service.
James McDermid, Jamestown, with Regiment through service.
John Miller, Jamestown, promoted Corporal October 11, '64; Sergeant, February 9, '65; with Regiment through service.
William McElroy, Jamestown, sick in hospital June 23, '64; never returned to Regiment.
John Nelson, Poland, absent sick from May 20, '64 ; never returned.
Jason Ordiway, Carroll, wounded in action July 30, '64; wounded through shoulder in action October 27, '64; in hospital till close of service.
Henry H. Peck, Ellicott, died of fever at While House, Va., July 3, '63.
Marshall E. Peck, Ellicott, Musician from March 25, '63; wounded near Joiner's Ford, Black Water River, June, '63; sent to hospital; discharged for physical disability, July 19, '64.
John A. Peterson, Ellicott, guard at Brigade Headquarters, May 27, '64 to October, '64; at Corps Headquarters from April 28, '65; returned with the Regiment.
John Peterson, Ellicott, sick in hospital from June 27, '63 to August, '64; returned with Regiment.
Theodore Peterson, Ellicott, wounded in action July 30, '64; in hospital till close of service.
William Peterson, Ellicott, promoted Corporal January 5; '64; wounded at Cold Harbor June 1, '64, through arm; in hospital till close of service.
John R. Reed, Ellicott, sick in hospital August 26, '64; on recovery detailed to hospital duty.
Fredrick Redington, Ellicott, wounded at Drury's Bluff in battle May 16, '64; discharged at hospital for physical disability November 12, '64.
John C. Rowland, Ellicott, sick in hospital from May 26 to July, '64; sick in hospital from August 2, '64; never returned.
William Rolph, Ellicott, constantly with Regiment.
Warren Rice, Ellicott, sick in hospital from June 12, '64; rejoined March, '65.
Walter Russel, Poland, sick in hospital from May 3, '64; never returned to Regiment.
Charles W. Smith, Jamestown, Company Clerk from September 12, '62; at Post headquarters from February 8, '63; sick in hospital from June 29, '63; Clerk in War Department, Washington, from September 12, '63 till close of service.
Theophilus Sweet, Carroll, wounded in battle in head, September 29, '64; in hospital till close of service.
John Salisbury, Ellicott, on guard at Brigade Headquarters from May 25, '64, till close of service.
Edward Shelters, Ellington, wounded at Drury's Bluff May 16, '64; died in hospital June 10, '64.
Isaac Shaver, Ellicott, promoted Corporal March 11, '65; constantly with the Regiment.
Henry Simmons, Jamestown, sick from November, '62, and discharged by reason of sickness January 12, '63.
George Simpson, Poland, sick at Jacksonville, Fla., March 4, '64; died in hospital March 30, '64.
Harrison Stockwell, Poland, detached in 7th Mass. Light Artillery May 27, '63; with them till close of service.
Lyman H. Stoddard, Carroll, promoted Corporal August 1, '64; taken prisoner August 24, '64; died at Salisbury, N.C., January 13, '65.
Lester A. Simmons, Poland, constantly with the Regiment.
Martin J. Stafford, Ellington, on extra daily duty from September 16, '62; sick from November, '64; rejoined February, '65; sick from March 15, '65; in hospital till close of service.
Michael Sullivan, Jamestown, wounded in battle September 29, '64; rejoined January, '65; with Regiment through service.
William W. Seely, Jamestown, promoted Sergeant January 5, '65; wounded at Fort Fisher January 15, '65; returned from hospital May, '65; returned with Regiment.
Delos Sweet, Gerry, wounded in battle Cold Harbor, June 1, '64, side and arm; discharged from hospital, May 12, '65.
William H. Sears, Carroll, taken prisoner at New Market Heights, September 29, '64; paroled and in hospital till close of service.
Eben B. Thornton, Carroll, in Engineer Corps from Jan 14, '65.
Elias A. Teft, Poland, detached in 7th Mass. L.A., October 17, '62; rejoined Company March, '65.
Oscar Tracy, Ellicott, promoted Corporal April 27, '63; Sergeant, January 15, '65; wounded January 15, '65, at Fort Fisher, but did not leave the Regiment; recommended, at close of service, for promotion to 2d Lieutenant.
Benj. Vandewerke, Carroll, with Regiment through service.
Hiram Whitney, Carroll, Hospital Nurse during most of term of service.
George R Warner, Jamestown, in hospital from July 31, '63; transferred to V. R. C. May 17, '64.
James P. Wiltsie, Carroll, in hospital from August 12, '64; rejoined March '65.
James Wilson, Carroll, in hospital from July 31, '63; rejoined Company March, 31,'65.
Joseph Wright, Gerry, constantly with the Regiment; furlough granted from May 8, '65.
Levi E. Woodard, Ellicott, on recruiting service N.Y. State from July 24, '63, to April '64; wounded in battle October 27, '64; discharged from hospital May 10, '65.
Martin Woodard, Ellicott, constantly with the Regiment.
Robert Warner, Carroll, promoted Corporal March 9, '64; wounded September 29, '64; in hospital till close of service.
Jesse Warr, Jamestown, sick in hospital from May 27, '64; discharged from hospital September, '64.

RECRUITS

RECEIVED MARCH 6, 1864.
Nicholas Blumefield, Jamestown; John Cronan, Jamestown; Thomas Carey, Jamestown; William H. Clarke, Ellicott; Willard Case, Poland; Michael Dolan, Jamestown; Lewis H. Grannis, Cold Spring; John Jones, Jamestown; Charles Jackson, St. Catharines, Ca.; Samuel L. Staples, Carroll, killed in battle Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; George Shelters, Jr., Ellington; James Williams, Randolph, taken prisoner August 25, '64; released September, '64.
RECEIVED MARCH 27, 1864.
Thomas Brown, Jamestown, taken prisoner August 25, '64; died in prison; Charles H. Hill, Carroll; Albert A. Martin, Carroll; John Van Deusen, Ellery; Samuel Wilson, Carroll.
RECEIVED, PETERSBURG, VA., SEPTEMBER 4, 1864
Delos Robbins, Carroll, wounded September 29, '64; Orlando Robbins, Carroll; Charles W. West, Carroll, killed in battle, September 29, '64; Martin B. Stone, Carroll; William E. Martin, Carroll, wounded September 29, '64; Aaron Hill, joined October 1st, killed January 15, '65.
RECEIVED AT FAISON'S STATION, MARCH 28, 1865.
Webster Bander, New York City; Andrew Clare, New York City; J. Dunnovan, Ireland; Woodley Denton, England; George De Forest, England; Millard Flood, Ireland; Charles Grath, Canada; James Holdin, Ireland; Peter Rice, Canada; John Rice, Canada; Nicholas Sweeny, Canada; Exile Shepard, Canada; S. J. Wilson, New York; J. C. Wilson, New York; S. Lyon, Kiantone; E. Crowell, Canada; A. Turner, Canada.

OFFICERS ON DUTY AT CLOSE OF SERVICE

Captain Geo. H. Dixon; 1st Lieutenant B. F. Brazee; 2d Lieutenant H. F. Allen; Sergeant Irwin Bediant; Sergeant Geo. W. Fox; Sergeant Wm. W. Seely; Sergeant Oscar Tracy; Sergeant John Miller; Corporal Charles Caskey; Corporal Joel B. Clark; Corporal Robert Warner; Corporal Elbert L. Harris; Corporal Dewitt C. Hotchkiss; Corporal Isaac Shavers; Corporal Adelbert L. Moon.

COMPANY B

This Company was originally recruited in the towns of Pomfret, Stockton, Charlotte and north half of Gerry. On the 7th of August, Captain Chaddock started for Jamestown with 50 recruits from Pomfret, the other towns contributing their full quota, and making the number 110. It was mustered as Co. B, though its claim to the second place was contested by Captain Scott, of Company C. At the time of the first field return, October 31, 1862, it reported an aggregate of 100 officers and men. Of this number 61 were discharged with the Regiment, 24 had died of disease, 7 by the casualties of battle. The Company received during its history 36 recruits. Captain Chaddock, whose reputation as an officer was high, received a commission as Major after the death of Lieut. Col. Carpenter, and Lieutenant Colonel after the death of Col. Drake; but unfortunately he was disabled by his horse falling, on the march to Bermuda Hundred, May 27, '64, and though he struggled hard to continue with the Regiment, he was obliged to yield to disease, and after a long and painful illness was honorably discharged the service.

ORIGINAL ROSTER AND CHANGES

Captain William H. Chaddock, Fredonia, absent sick from September 1, '63 to January 20, '64 ; injured by fall of horse, May 27, '64; in command of Regiment at Drury's Bluff after fall or Col. Carpenter till June 1st; left on account of injuries June 2d, '64; promoted Major and Lieutenant Colonel, not mustered; honorably discharged, November 25, '64.
1st Lieutenant Jedediah H. Maynard, Sinclearville, honorably discharged on account of physical disability, May 28, '63, Suffolk, Va.
2d Lieutenant Joseph C. Russ, Stockton, promoted 1st Lieutenant April 28, '63; Captain Company G, July 26, '64; at home on short leave of absence twice during term of service; at close of Regimental service assigned to
3d New York Vols., and there recommended for promotion as Lieutenant Colonel.
Sergeant Hiram P. Thompson, Dunkirk, promoted 2d Lieutenant April 28, '63; transferred to 1st U.S.C.T. July 30, '63.
Sergeant Stedman J. Wheeler, Fredonia, detailed Sergeant Provost Guard from January 3 to August 4, '63 detailed in Ambulance Corps, September 3, '64; returned with Regiment.
Sergeant Samuel P. Hedges, Jamestown, promoted 1st Sergeant April 28, '63; 2d Lieutenant August 1, '63; A.D.C. Staff Col. Drake, Jacksonville, Fla., March, '64; A. Adjutant May 4, '64; taken prisoner at Drury's Bluff, May 16, '64. See History. Returned, Wilmington, February 27, '65; commissioned and mustered 1st Lieutenant; commissioned Captain, not mustered; returned with Regiment.
Sergeant John R. Kinsman, Ellington, sick and sent to Hospital July 6, '63; transferred to V.R.C. August 4, '63.
Sergeant Julius W. Pickett, Stockton, promoted 1st Sergeant August 1, '63; sick at Beaufort, S.C., December 26, '63; rejoined Company July '64; sick in hospital from September 29, '64 to December '64; promoted 2d Lieutenant Company C, March 28, '65.
Corporal John A. Gilbert, Fredonia, detailed in printing office, Suffolk, from February 3, '63 to May, '63; promoted Sergeant June 24, '63; sick at Folly Island, discharged and sent North November 10, '63; died at Fredonia.
Corporal Manhattan Pickett, Charlotte, Provost Guard September, '62; promoted Sergeant August 4, '63; wounded at Cold Harbor, June 2, '64 never returned to Regiment.
Corporal Stukely E. Smith, Stockton, promoted Sergeant, August 1, '63; on recruiting service from December 21, '63 ; rejoined May 4, '64; wounded September 29, '64, at New Market Heights, through breast and shoulder, returned from hospital, November, '64; promoted 1st Sergeant April 9, '65; recommended at close of service for promotion as 1st Lieutenant.
Corporal Theron Reed, Laona, sick at Suffolk, of typhoid fever; died November 29, '62.
Corporal William H. Maynard, Ellington, in Hospital Steward's office from November 27, '62; promoted to Hospital Steward August 9, '63 ; see non-commissioned Staff; recommended for Assistant Surgeon at close of service.
Corporal George A. Clarke, Charlotte, sent to Hospita1 June 23, '64; on duty in hospital, at Hampton, Va., till close of service.
Corporal Walter J. Hart; Fredonia, in printing office, Suffolk, December 29, '62; rejoined February, '63 sick on Folly Island; mortally wounded in battle October 29, '64; died October 30, in Field Hospital.
Corporal William C. Chamberlain, Brocton, died in hospital, Suffolk, Va., of typhoid fever, November 23, '62.
Musician John S. Edgar, Stockton, sick in hospital July 6, '63; with the Regiment till taken sick on march from Wilmington, March 19; died at Faison's Station, April 1, '65.
Musician Crosby G. Sweet, Fredonia, taken sick at Suffolk, and sent home February 17, '63; discharged at Washington, March 31, '62, on account of defective eye-sight.
Wagoner William Elliott, Stockton, Ambulance Corps, February 17, '63; rejoined June, '63; sick on Folly Island; discharged on account of physical disability, September 19, '63.

PRIVATES

James Alverson, Charlotte, died in hospital, Portsmouth, Va., July, 12, '63.
Daniel Barhite, Ellington, in hospital at Folly Island, September 30, '63; discharged on account of sickness, November 16, '63; died at home.
William A. Barhite, Ellington, detailed as musician, '63; absent sick from August 19, '64 to March, '65.
Alvah C. Bates, Ellington, on detached service Brigade Headquarters from October 20, '63 to close of service.
James H. Bellows, Charlotte, in hospital July 6, '63; rejoined September, '63; hospital, May 27, '64; rejoined January, '65.
Hiram P. Bellows, Charlotte, detailed musician, January 22, '64; Ambulance Corps from September 27, '64 to close of service.
Henry A. Benjamin, Pomfret, died suddenly in camp, Folly Island, September 14, '63.
Emory Bentley, Ellington, absent sick from December 28, '63 to May, '64; at Division Headquarters, January 13, '65.
Jerome Bentley, Ellington, on duty Q. M. Department from November 25, '62 to March 13, '63; in Light Battery, September 24; Q.M. Department, January 20, '65.
Simon Bigelow, Ellington, absent sick from November 14, '63 to May, '64; taken prisoner at New Market Heights, September 29, '64; died in rebel prison, Salisbury, N.C., December 10, '64.
Albert C. Bond, Fredonia, wounded through thigh Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined Company February 4, '65; wounded through neck on advance toward Wilmington, February 11, '65; absent since.
Andrew J. Brewer, Charlotte, in Q.M. Dep't from September 8, '64 to February '65; in Q.M. Department from April 4, '65.
Milford Buttles, Pomfret, absent sick from June 28, '64 to January, '65.
James A. Cady, Charlotte, promoted Corporal June 24, '63; on recruiting service from October 25, '64.
James Champlin, Ellington, hospital from August 24, '64, to October, '64.
William H. Clapp, Pomfret, promoted Corporal February 8, '65.
Norman S. Cook, Corry, Pa., sick at Folly Island and sent North, September 24, '63; died on board Steamer Arago; buried in ocean.
Levant Darby, Pomfret, promoted Corporal November 1, '64; Sergeant April 9, '65.
Burnett W. Davidson, Charlotte, sent to General Hospital July 6, '63; transferred V.R.C. September 30, '63.
James H. Davoe, Ellington, sent to General Hospital, July 30, '63; discharged May 27, '64.
George Dolan, Dunkirk, on duty constantly through term of service.
Orlando P. Eaton, Laona, promoted Corporal December 6, '62; in General Hospital, July 6, '63; promoted Sergeant, November 11, '63; injured by sunstroke on march from Petersburg to Bermuda, July 31, '64; sent to hospital and discharged January 3, '65.
Egbert W. Felton, Pomfret, wounded New Market Heights, September 29, '64, in forehead; rejoined November 26; detached Q.M. Department, November 26, '64.
George W. Fisher, Charlotte, promoted Corporal, April 9, '65; on duty constantly.
Charles E. Fiske, Ellington, taken prisoner in action, at New Market Heights, September 29, '64; died in Rebel prison, Salisbury, N.C.
John Gardiner, Pomfret, absent sick from July 30, '63 to March, '64; detailed musician, March 31, '64.
Henry K. Gawn, Pomfret, wounded June 2, '64, Cold Harbor; rejoined December, '64.
George Giffen, Charlotte, taken prisoner at New Market Heights, September 29, '64; died in rebel prison, Salisbury, N.C.
Roswell W. Graves, Charlotte, absent sick from July 30 to September, '63; promoted Corporal June 4, '64; sick in hospital September 22, '64; sent home on sick leave; died December 7, '64.
Austin Gribbling, Pomfret, detached in the 7th Massachusetts Battery, October 25, '62; through service.
Harvey B. Grover, Pomfret, wounded in battle, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined September, '64; wounded September 29, New Market Heights; rejoined November 16, '64.
Benjamin S. Haight, Stockton, absent sick from February 3, to March, '64; wounded at Proctor's Creek, May 16, '64; rejoined January 1, '65.
George W.P. Hamilton, Ellington, absent sick from July 31, '64 to January '65; absent sick from March 15, '65.
William S. Hart, Fredonia, sick at Suffolk, and sent North March 17, '65; discharged service May 27; died at Fredonia.
Amasa Hemminger, Charlotte, wounded through leg in battle at Darbytown Road, October 27, '64; rejoined May 14, '65.
Henry F. Holdridge, Charlotte, promoted Corporal December 16, '62; absent sick from July 30, '63 to September, '63; promoted Sergeant April 9, '65.
James Jackson, Pomfret, constantly with Regiment; promoted Corporal April 6, '65.
Hugh O. Jones, Sinclearville, sick at Suffolk; died of dysentery, November 14, '62.
Edward Kelly, Fredonia, promoted Corporal December 16, '62; discharged June 4, '62; disease of heart.
Willis Kilburn, Charlotte, absent sick from July 1, to September, '63; from May 3 to August, '64; from January 26, '65 till close of service.
Robert Kilburn, Promfret, absent sick from June 2 to October, '64; from December 15, '64 till close of service.
Leland A, Kirk, Charlotte, sick at Folly Island and discharged November 10, '63; died at home, of chronic diarrhea.
Platt. A. Lathrop, Pomfret, sick in General Hospital from July 30, '63; discharged April 25, '64.
Charles J. Low, Fredonia, promoted Corporal June 24, '63; sent to hospital July 30, '63 ; transferred V.R.C., December 25, '63.
Theodore Lynde, Pomfret, detached in 7th Mass. Battery October 25, '62, through term of service.
Ira Marsh, Fredonia, wounded in battle through side, New Market Heights, September 29, '64; rejoined January, '65; promoted Corporal February 13, '65; Ordnance Sergeant May 8, '65. See non-commissioned Staff; recommended at close of service for promotion as 2d Lieutenant.
Albert Morrison, Pomfret, detached in 7th Mass. Battery October 25, '62, through term of service,
Joseph Moss, Fredonia, absent sick from July 5, '63 to October '63; recruiting service from December 25, '63 to May 4, '64; promoted Corporal March 9, '64; absent sick from August 1, '64, till close of service.
Napoleon B. Munger, Stockton, detailed in Ambulance Corps from September 10, '64.
Charles Page, Pomfret, promoted Corporal November 11, '65; Sergeant, February 7, '65; constantly with Regiment.
Milton E. Phillips, Laona, sick at Suffolk from October, '62 to January, '63; sick and died at Jacksonville, Fla., of Diphtheria, April 5, '64.
Morgan Phillips, Dunkirk, absent sick from July to September, '63; absent sick from May 14, '64 to June, '65.
Lorenzo Phillips, Dunkirk, absent sick from July 6 to October, '63; from July 15, '64 to March, '65.
John K. Post, Pomfret, absent sick from July 30 to September, '63; wounded at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64, leg amputated; died in hospital, Washington, D.C., June 21, '64.
Davis O. Putnam, Fredonia, absent sick from March 17 to July, '64 taken prisoner at New Market Heights, September 29, '64; exchanged at Lawrence, S.C., December 14, '64; rejoined Company May 7, '65.
Delos Ramsdell, Laona, wounded near Petersburg, July 3, '64; absent till close of service.
Lawrence W. Rolph, Stockton, sick at Folly Island, sent to General Hospital October 21, '63; died at Beaufort, S.C., chronic diarrhea.
Squire H. Shaw, Ellington, promoted Corporal November 1, '63; wounded in battle, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64, through breast, and died June 3d in Field Hospital.
J. Wesley Shaw, Ellington, sick at Hilton Head from December 28, '63 to June '64. Killed in battle at Cemetery Hill, Petersburg; July 30, '64.
George Sinclear, Sinclearville, on recruiting service from July 24, '63 to April, 64. On duty Headquarters 2d Division, 10th A.C., from March 6, '65,
Franklin A. Smith, Pomfret, on duty constantly through service; detailed in Q.M. Dep't, April 3, '65.
Wallace E. Sprague, Laona, detailed in Q.M. Department from May 4, '64.
Eber W. Starr, Pomfret, detached in 7th Mass. Battery, October 25, '62; died in service, date unknown.
Wm. W. Story, Fredonia, wounded in battle, Cemetery Hill, July 30, '64; died of wounds, in hospital, October 28, '64.
Warren Stowell, Charlotte, absent sick from July 30 to October, '63; on duty Brigade Headquarters, from March 1, to June 20, '64; absent sick, from June 23, to December, '64; in Ambulance Corps from April 9, '65.
Henry W. Smith, Stockton, died of fever at Suffolk, Va., October 21, '62.
Byron A. Straight, Pomfret, constantly with Regiment.
Walter Strong, Gerry, promoted Corporal, November 27, '63; wounded at Proctor's Creek, May 16, '64, through leg; absent in hospital, till close of service.
Sidney P. Stewart, Charlotte, wounded through leg, September 29, '64, New Market Heights; in hospital, discharged, April 26, '65.
Edward J. Thompson, Charlotte, constantly on duty through service,
Ira Thompson, Fredonia, absent sick from July 30 to September, '63; On duty through service.
Mason C. Thompson, Pomfret, wounded through arm at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined December, '64; died of fever near Fort Fisher, February 23, '65.
Jason J, Tillyou, Charlotte, absent sick from July 30 to September, '63; on duty through service.
Keyes Tracy, Stockton, sick at Folly Island and absent on sick leave from September 24, '63 to January, '64.
Edward Tuttle, Laona, in hospital Department from November 28 '62 to March, '63; Ambulance Corps from March 17, '63 to July, '63; Hospital Department, August 22, '63, to March, '64; rejoined Regiment.
Jacob Vader, Ellington, wounded at Proctor's Creek, May 16, '64; rejoined October, '64; promoted Corporal April 6, '65.
Richard E. Waller, Fredonia, absent sick from July 30, to September, '63; from May 27 to July, '64; taken prisoner while on duty, Cox's Bridge, N.C., March 23, '65; released; in Hospital till close of service.
George Weatherwax, Fredonia, detailed musician from Nov, 15, '63; furlough granted May 8, '65.
Aldo D. Weatherwax, Fredonia, died of typhoid fever, Folly Island, October 24, '63.
George Weatley, Ellington, wounded in battle, October 27, '63, Darbytown Road, through head; died that day in Field Hospital.
William N. Wildey, Ellington, absent sick from July 30 to September, '63 from June 12 to October, '64; from January 24, '65; promoted Corporal November 1, '64; in ranks April 4, '65; Ambulance Corps, April 21, '65.
Albert M. Wightman, Dunkirk, absent sick at Beaufort, S.C., from February 23, '64; discharged from Hospital, May 13, '65.

RECRUITS

RECEIVED MARCH, 1864.
Samuel C. Morse, Hanover; Chapin H. Martin, Russelburg, Pa., wounded severely through leg, in battle Darbytown Road, October 27, '64; in hospital through service; John W. Palmeter, Perry, wounded severely through thigh at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; died at Washington, D.C., June 20, '64; Thomas Ward, Dunkirk; Henry B. Taylor, August 17, '64, discharged to accept promotion as Hospital Steward, U.S.A; Julius M. Shaw, May 8, '64; William Heaton, May 8, '64, wounded through face at Fort Fisher, Jan. 15, '65.
AT CHAPIN'S FARM, OCTOBER 18
A. Dalrymple; David McIntosh; Andrew A. Sprague; Henry Tracy, Clerk at Division Hd. Qrs. through service.
AT CHAPIN'S FARM, JANUARY 3, 1865.                                                              Robert Anderson; L. Neuberg; M. Deych; James Briggs; Jacob Walder; James Moore; Henry Codie; John Kurtz; Bernard McGee; John Curtis.
AT FAISON'S STATION, MARCH 28, 1865.
W. C. Hawley; Jarvis G. Haley; J. Hitching; R. Hardy; Antony Hymen; Jacob Knack; William Lyons; Thomas Mesenda; Isaac M. Manning; Adley Nickerson; Andrew Norwood; Joseph Petrig; Hanford L Plumb; Josiah Patmond; Frank VanDemark.

OFFICERS IN COMMAND AT CLOSE OF SERVICE

Captain Alroy A. Ticknor; 1st Lieutenant ; 2d Lieutenant Benj. Whipple, transferred to 3d N.Y.V., afterwards A.A.A.G. on Brigade Staff; Sergeant Stukely E. Smith; Sergeant Stedman J. Wheeler; Sergeant Charles Page; Sergeant Henry F. Holdridge; Sergeant Levant H. Darby; Corporal James A. Cady, Corporal William H. Clapp; Corporal Ira R. Marsh; Corporal J. K. P. Jackson; Corporal Jacob Vader; Corporal Ira Thompson; Corporal Jason J. Telyou; Corporal George W. Fisher.

COMPANY C

This Company was originally recruited by Capt. N.S. Scott, in the towns of Hanover, Villenova, Cherry Creek and Arkwright. Capt. Scott commenced his canvass for the Company July 23. The 4th of August the Company was full, and on the 12th, he went with them to Jamestown, having 108 men. A lawyer by profession, Capt. Scott left a lucrative practice in Forestville to accept his position in the Regiment. His powers of endurance were overtaxed on the severe march up and down the Peninsula of Virginia in July, '63, and seeds of disease sown, which began to develop soon after the Regiment returned to the defenses of Portsmouth. He was sent to the County on recruiting service July 24th, and was taken down with serious illness, from which he did not recover for more than a year. Meanwhile, in February, '64, he returned to the Regiment in the Department of the South, hoping in that mild climate his system might regain its healthy tone. His hopes were disappointed and with regret he was compelled to resign his position and retire from the service, May 27, '64. The Company aggregate, October 31, 1862, was 99, one month before, 111, several having been transferred to other Companies. The 1st Lieutenant of this Company, Gurdon L. Pierce, was one of the most promising young officers in the Regiment. Col. Drake, on assuming command of Brigade, took him upon his Staff as Acting Assistant Adjutant General. At the battle of Cold Harbor, he was last seen in advance of the line, beckoning on the men who were storming the enemy's works. When and how he fell is not known. A Captain of the 48th N.Y.V. reports finding his body at night and burying it, The 1st Sergeant of this Company, George Watson, was the first man of the Regiment killed in battle. He was, before enlisting, a student in Hamilton College, of fine abilities and great personal worth. The 2d Lieutenant was constantly on duty through three years of service, and passing through the grades of promotion, returned as Captain of Company D. 18 men of this Company died of disease, 17 by casualties of battle, 41 were discharged with the Regiment, 60 recruits received at various times.

ORIGINAL ROSTER AND CHANGES

Captain Nahum S. Scott, Forestville, absent on recruiting service from July 24, '63 to February 17, '64; resigned and honorably discharged the service, May 21, '64.
1st Lieutenant Gurdon L. Pierce, Villenova, absent sick from June 27, '63, to November, '63; Acting Adjutant from December 16, '63 to March 1, '64; in command Company C to May 4, '64; A.A.A.G., Staff of Col. Drake, commanding Brigade, from May 4, '64; killed at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
2d Lieutenant George S. Talcott, Silver Creek, promoted 1st Lieutenant, June 21, '64; Captain Company D, October 12, '64; on recruiting service from December 21, '63 to May 4, '64; in command of Company G, from July, '64 to February, '65; Company D from February 28, '65.
Sergeant George A. Watson, Hanover, killed in battle at Deserted Farms, near Suffolk, Va., December 31, '62.
Sergeant Charles T. Reed, Cherry Creek, promoted to 1st Sergeant February 4, '63; Sergeant July 26, '64; sick from February, '64; sent to Hospital, May 31, '64; discharged December 5, '64.
Sergeant Charles E. Archibald, Hanover, sent to hospital sick, July 26, '63; discharged from hospital December 5, '64.
Sergeant Wayne Billings, Cherry Creek, absent on sick leave from February 2, '63; discharged July 10, '63.
Sergeant Hiram P. Cornell, Villenova, absent sick from July 31 to September, '63; promoted 1st Sergeant July 26, '64; absent sick since August 13, '64; on duty in Hospital, Hampton, Va.
Corporal John H. Wheeler, Cherry Creek, promoted Sergeant, February 4, '63; on recruiting service from July 23, '63, to April 29, '64; promoted 1st Sergeant May 2, '65; recommended at close of service for 2d Lieutenant.
Corporal Charles W. Mount, Cherry Creek, sick at Folly Island, sent to hospital, Beaufort, S.C., October 1, '63; transferred V.R.C. May 31, '64.
Corporal James H. Bullock, Cherry Creek, sick at Folly Island and discharged December 9, '63.
Corporal Samuel A. Ferrin, Cherry Creek, promoted Sergeant September 24, '63; absent sick from December 28, '63 to June, '64; wounded severely through thigh, in battle, New Market Heights, September 29, '64; discharged May 19, '65.
Corporal Sylvanus A. Wright, Villenova, promoted Sergeant, May 26, '63; absent sick from June 29 to August, '63; from November 10, '63 to March, '64; from August 1 to September, '64; promoted 1st Sergeant April 7, '65; Sergeant Major, May 8, '65; see non-commissioned Staff; recommended at close of service for 1st Lieutenant.
Corporal Charles H. Barhite, Hanover, died of dysentery, at Suffolk, October 30, '62.
Corporal John E. White, Hanover, sent North on sick leave from Folly Island, December 12, '63; in hospital, Rochester, N.Y., February 12, '64; on recovery detailed to duty there till close of service.
Corporal Avery A. Houck, Villenova, promoted Sergeant February 13, '65; constantly with Regiment.
Musician Orlando F. Johnson, Villenova, absent sick from May 7, '63; discharged from hospital August 31, '63.
Musician Andrew Hulett, Hanover, absent sick from December 28, '63 to March, '64.
Wagoner John H. Scott, Villenova, sick at Folly Island, sent to Beaufort, S.C.; died on hospital boat October 22, '63.

PRIVATES

Simeon L. Allen, Villenova, promoted Corporal February 4, '63; received furlough of honor, Dep't South, October 23, '63; killed in battle Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Gideon S. Bannister, Cherry Creek, sick in Chesapeake General Hospital, February 10, '63; transferred V.R.C., September 15, '63.
Joseph Barna, Villenova, killed in battle at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Seth A. Bersee, Hanover, absent sick from July 20, '63 to September, '63; sent sick from May 27, '64 to August 27, '64; detailed in Commissary Department from January 24, '65.
Charles E. Blydenburg, Villenova, promoted Corporal, February 13, '65; Sergeant, May 19, '65.
Sumner Boss, Hanover, died at Folly Island, September 2, '63.
Abel D. Brooks, Hanover, absent sick from June 2, '63 to January, '64; absent sick from May 3, '64; on duty at Chesapeake General Hospital till close of service.
Oscar Brown, Cherry Creek, on duty in hospital from September 29, '62; on daily duty at Headquarters from April 4, '63 to April, '65.
Franklin Bullock, Cherry Creek, on duty constantly till killed in battle Darbytown Road, October 27, '64.
Curtis L. Bumpus, Hanover, on extra daily duty through most of service.
Thomas G. Buton, Hanover, absent sick from July 26, '63; transferred V.R.C. August 18, '63.
George P. Blanding, Hanover, constantly on duty; furlough granted May 8, '65.
Bristol Carrington, Hanover, absent sick, Portsmouth, Va., from July 30, '63; rejoined Company April, '65; promoted Corporal May 1, '65.
William A. Case, Arkwright, absent sick from May 7, '63; transferred to V.R.C., April 10, '64.
George W. Chase, Villenova, promoted Corporal February 16, '64; Sergeant, May 1, '65.
Uriah Chapman, Hanover, absent sick from June 24, '63 to September, '64.
Walter A. Coonrod, Hanover, killed in battle, October 27, '64.
Nathan L. Cooper, Villenova, promoted Corporal, September 24, '63; absent sick from May 2, '64 to July, '64; wounded through leg, in battle New Market Heights, September 29, '64; absent since.
Emory Cranston, Hanover, absent sick from July 30, '63; transferred V.R.C. March 31, '64.
George W. Cranston, Hanover, absent on sick leave, January 14, '63; discharged at Elmira, N.Y., physical Disability, April 19, '64.
David S. Crowell, Hanover, absent sick from July 30 to September, '63; killed in battle Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Orton Crowell, Villenova, constantly with Regiment through service.
John Devine, Hanover, sick at Folly Island and discharged service, November 10, '63.
Samuel H. Dennison, Hanover, discharged at Suffolk, Va., February 14, '63, chronic dysentery.
John Essex, Jr., Cherry Creek, absent sick from February 10 till discharged at hospital, August 2, '63.
Elisha A. Farnam, Cold Spring, constantly on duty through service.
Thomas W. Frink, Hanover, absent sick from October 2, '63; died at Beaufort, S.C., November 3, '63, chronic diarrhea.
Judson Gage, Hanover, severely wounded through leg, in battle New Market Heights, September 29, '64; absent since.
Malcom W. Gage, Hanover, died at camp, Suffolk, Va., December 14, '62; typhoid fever.
Philo S. Goodsell, Hanover, absent sick from February 10, '63; transferred V.R.C. September 15, '63.
Franklin Harrington, Hanover, killed near Proctor's Creek, in action, May 16, '64.
Devillo Heminger, Villenova, absent sick July 30, '63; on duty in Chesapeake General Hospital through service.
Michael Higgins, Hanover, absent sick from June 24, '63; transferred V.R.C., September 30, '63.
Willard King, Cherry Creek, promoted Corporal, February 15, '64; wounded in battle Darbytown Road, October 27, '64, in forehead; sent home on furlough; died November 13, '64.
Warren J. Kingsland, Arkwright, severely wounded in breast at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; absent since on duty in hospital after recovery.
Isaac N. Knight, Hanover, detached in 7th Mass. Battery, May 27, '63; rejoined June 25, '65.
Ira A. Knowlton, Jamestown, died at Suffolk, VA., October 13, '62, typhoid fever.
Leroy Lord, Hanover, sick in hospital since September 30, '63; transferred V.R.C. January 9,'65.
John Luckman, Hanover, constantly with Regiment.
Joseph Luckman, Hanover, absent sick from July 4 to October, '63 wounded while on duty near Petersburg, July 2, '64; rejoined December, '64.
William Lynch, Hanover, absent sick from June 24, '63; transferred V.R.C. March 31, '64.
Henry Mann, Hanover, sick from June 27 to September, '63; sent to hospital April 22, '64; died while at home on furlough, June 14, '64.
Philip McEvoy, Hanover, promoted Corporal June 14, '64; on recruiting service from December 21, '63 to May 4, '64; clerk at Brigade Headquarters from May 22 to June 13, '64; killed while on duty near Petersburg, June 30, '64.
Samuel S. McKee, Hanover, died at Folly Island of typhoid fever, October 17, '63.
Barton Merritt, Hanover, died at Folly Island of typhoid fever, December 17, '63.
John W. Miller, Hanover, promoted Corporal May 29, '63; absent sick since June 23, '64.
David Mills, Hanover, in hospital, Beaufort, S.C., December 23, '63; died January 3, '64.
John M. Myers, Jamestown, taken prisoner on picket line, Bermuda Hundred, August 25, '64; died in prison, Salisbury, N. C., December 5, '64.
Oliver C. Myers, Cherry Creek, absent sick from June 24, '63 to August 4, '63; taken prisoner at Bermuda Hundred, August 25, '64; paroled March 30, '65; at hospital till close of service.
Philetus Messenger, Jamestown, detailed in 7th Mass. Battery, October 23, '62; rejoined Company, February 27, '63; absent sick since April 11, '65.
Perry W. Nevins, Hanover, promoted Corporal July 26, '64; Sergeant, April 7, '65; wounded in battle Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined July, '64; wounded in knee, New Market Heights, September 29, '64; rejoined Company, November, '64.
Myron L. Palmer, Hanover, absent sick from February 10, '63; discharged October 4, '63.
John G. Paschke, Hanover, wounded through arm in battle, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined, September, '64 ; promoted Corporal, April 7, '65.
Loren E. Pattison, Dunkirk, constantly with Regiment through service.
Fredrick D. Phillips, Hanover, absent sick from July, '63 to October, '63.
Henry H. Pierce, Hanover, absent sick from November 10, '63 to August, '64; detailed as Hospital Attendant at Wilmington, N. C., March 4, '65; taken sick with fever and died April 8, '65.
Smith D. Pope, Hanover, sick at Suffolk and discharged by reason of chronic bronchitis.
J. Munroe Potter, Hanover, promoted Corporal November 11, '62; killed in battle at Cold Harbor, June 1, 64.
Newell B. Richardson, Cherry Creek, wounded in hand June 1, '64, Cold Harbor; rejoined August 28, '64.
Newman Sagers, Sheridan, constantly with Regiment; promoted Corporal April 7, '65.
Fred B. Scott, Hanover, died of fever, Folly Island, S.C., February 14, '63.
William Sharp, Villenova, Hospital Nurse from December 1, '62; died at Folly Island, January 19, '64.
Allen M. Shepard, Villenova, absent sick October 18, '62; discharged service, January 12, '63.
Alinon Sloan, Hanover, wounded in face and arm at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined September, '64.
Lewis Scofield, Hanover, wounded through thigh at Cold Harbor, June, 1, '64; died of wounds, Washington, D. C., July 2, '64.
Gideon W. Smith, wounded in thigh, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; promoted Corporal, July 26, '64; absent since June 1, '64.
John Smith, Hanover, wounded at Cemetery Hill, July 30, '64; killed in battle, September 29, '64.
Warren Smith, Hanover, slightly wounded, June 1, '64, Cold Harbor; constantly with Regiment.
Charles Stafford, Forestville, absent sick from July 31 to September, '63; absent sick from May 23, '64.
James Stafford, Forestville, absent sick from July 31, to September, '63; wounded in battle, Darbytown Road, October 27, '64; died November 25, '64, at Hampton, Va.
George E. Squires, Villenova, died at Suffolk, Va., February 26, '63, typhoid fever.
William W. Tuttle, Arkwright, in hospital October 21, '63; absent sick since May 25, '65.
William H. Van Gasbeck, Hanover, absent sick since May 3, '64.
Darius Van Vliet, Hanover, sent from Folly Island, sick; died in hospital, Fort Schuyler, N.Y., chronic diarrhea.
James G. Walrod, Hanover, died in hospital, Beaufort, S.C., October 27, '63, diarrhea.
William A. Ward, Arkwright, severely wounded on duty near Petersburg, September 13, '64; absent since.
Charles O. Warner, Villenova, absent sick July 30 to September, '63; in Drum Corps from December 19, '63 to March 22, '64; wounded through thigh, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; discharged October 17, '64.
Robert J. Waterman, Hanover, Ambulance Corps, May 1, '63; transferred V.R.C. August 17, '63.
Albert A. Weaver, Hanover, absent sick from July 30, '63, to August 28, '64; killed in battle New Market Heights, September 29, '64.
Harvey Wheeler, Hanover, constantly with Regiment.
John R. Wickham, Hanover, absent sick from August 3, '63 to November, '63; absent from March 5, '64; discharged February 25, '65.
Ira W. Wilder, Hanover, absent sick from February 10, '63; discharged January 8, '64.

RECRUITS

RECEIVED MARCH, 1864.
W.W. McLaughlin, captured on picket, August 25, '64; died after parole; Fred Belver; Robert Erath; Patrick Hedge; Henry Warner.
RECEIVED AT BERMUDA HUNDRED, MAY 8, 1864
Michael Higgins; Charles H. Warren; Fred Butcher; Urban Lyon; Melville Curtis; Richard Tunstall.
AT CHAPIN'S FARM, OCTOBER 16, 1864.
James Allen; Benjamin Butcher; John C. Carey; Samuel Freeman; Alexander B. Graves; Frank Martin; John D. Murphy; Benjamin Wey; Alvin F. West; George E. VanDeusen.
NOVEMBER 2 TO 28.
Charles Devine; Samuel Young; Charles Scott; Antonio Cortez; Paul Horvath.
AT CHAPIN'S FARM, JANUARY 3, 1865.
Conrad Vehring; Henry Reynolds; Adrian VanHouter; Charles Stuart; Charles H. Wilson; Charles Woodbridge; Jacob Gerschwiller; William Maher; Alexander Walderberg; Patrick O'Donnell; James Wilson; Charles Schwartz.
RECEIVED AT FAISON'S STATION, MARCH 28, 1865.
James Anderson; James Bowers; Charles Divine; Julius Dorring; John Fagan; Robert Giblings; Joseph Gledhill; John Hull; Richard Hoffman; Albert Kopp; Edward Martin; James McCabe; James McCoy; David McDaniel; William Murry; William H. Newman; James Patterson; John Porter; James Sheridan; John Smith; Michael Higgins; William Minor.

OFFICERS ON DUTY AT CLOSE OF SERVICE

Captain Perry Vorce; 1st Lieutenant Milan J. Brown, transferred 3d N.Y. Vols; 2d Lieutenant Julius W. Pickett; Sergeant John H. Wheeler; Sergeant Avery H. Houck; Sergeant William P. Nevins; Sergeant George W. Chase; Sergeant Charles E. Blydenburg; Corporal John W. Miller; Corporal N.L. Cooper; Corporal Judson Gage; Corporal G.W. Smith; Corporal Newman Sager's; Corporal John G. Paschke; Corporal Bristol Carrington; Corporal Samuel Young.

COMPANY D

This company was recruited by Captain E.A. Curtis and Lieutenants Corbett and Thayer, in the towns of Harmony, Mina, French Creek, Clymer, Busti and Kiantone. Lieutenants Corbett and Thayer recruited in French Creek and Mina. Captain Curtis himself recruited over one hundred men. The first name on the list was entered July 13, but the Company was mostly raised between the 26th July and 9th August. On the 16th August it was mustered into the service as part of the Regiment, receiving the fourth letter. On leaving Ashville, then the residence of Captain Curtis, for Jamestown, the Company was provided by the citizens with a public dinner on the grounds of A.A. Atherly, Esq., an occasion which will ever be remembered with the liveliest feelings of pleasure by the members of the Company.
Lieutenant Thayer was with the Company but a few weeks, having been detailed to the Signal Corps, to which he was afterwards transferred - a position he filled with credit to himself and acceptance to the Government. Captain Curtis, after a faithful service of nearly two years, while bravely leading his men in the assault at Cold Harbor, was hit by a bulletin the shoulder, inflicting an ugly wound, and so disabling him for future service that with reluctance he threw up his commission and was honorably discharged September 13, '64.
Lieutenant Corbett was wounded through the thigh in the same battle. He received early in the Fall a commission as Captain, but his wound being painful, having never thoroughly healed, he was compelled to tender his resignation and leave the service.
The Company originally numbered 103. The field report for October, 1862, shows an aggregate of 99. 12 died of disease during their connection with the Regiment, and 18 by the casualties of battle. 43 recruits were received during service; 70 of the original members are supposed to survive.

ORIGINAL ROSTER AND CHANGES

Captain Enoch A. Curtis, Ashville, on recruiting service from December 21, '63, to May 4, '64; wounded at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; honorably discharged by reason of wound, September 13, '64. Present residence, Fredonia, N.Y.
1st Lieutenant R.A.L. Corbett, Mina, dangerously sick at Folly Island; furlough granted from February 6, '64; rejoined Company April 1, '64; wounded through thigh, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64;. honorably discharged by reason of wound, October 7, '64.
2d Lieutenant Amos M. Thayer, Jamestown, detailed in Signal Corps October 8, '62; examined at Washington and joined Signal Corps, Regular Service, June 23, '63, 1st Lieutenant U.S.S.C.
Sergeant William H. Potter, Kiantone, promoted to 2d Lieutenant July 27, '63; honorably discharged on account of physical disability, September 28, '64.
Sergeant William H. Ellis, Harmony, discharged at Suffolk on account of defective eyesight, March 28, '63.
Sergeant Nathan R. Brasted, Mina, promoted to 1st Sergeant October 27, '63; absent on sick leave from October 23, '63 to February, '64; absent in hospital from August 20 to November, '64; resigned as 1st Sergeant May 27, '64.
Sergeant Gardner R.C. Williams, Clymer, in ranks March 23, '64; in Q.M. Department from May 28 to July 2, '64; wounded through lungs at Cemetery Hill, July 30, '64; died in hospital, City Point, Va., August 7, '64.
Sergeant Joel A. Powers, Harmony, wounded, arm fractured at New Market Heights, September 29, '64; in hospital till discharged, May 24. '65.,
Corporal Truman H. Post, Harmony, on recruiting service, New York State, from July 24, '63 to April, '64; promoted Sergeant October 27, '63; 1st Sergeant February 8, '65; at close of service recommended for promotion as 1st Lieutenant,
Corporal Safford Z. Brown, Kiantone, promoted Sergeant May 27, '64; wounded Cold Harbor June 1, '64; rejoined October, '64.
Corporal Francis Lanning, Harmony, promoted Sergeant April 8, '63; Color Sergeant; died of disease of heart, Folly Island, October 7, '63.
Corporal John Springer, French Creek, wounded through side, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined Regiment December, '64; wounded at Fort Fisher through thigh, January 15, '65; died of wounds, hospital near Fort Fisher, January 19, '65,
Corporal Jonathan S. Barker, Harmony, absent sick from June 29, '63 to May 20, '64; promoted Sergeant May 20, '65.
Corporal William Hoyt, Harmony, promoted Sergeant October 27, '63; 1st Sergeant, May 27, '64; Ordnance Sergeant September 10, '64; 2d Lieutenant, Company I, March 10, '65.
Corporal Richard W. Gleason, Harmony, absent sick from July 30, '63; died at Harmony, N.Y., Nov. 7, '63.
Musician William Peckham, Busti, constantly on duty with Regiment.
Musician Albert M. Davis, Harmony, constantly on duty with Regiment.
Wagoner William S. Coy, Clymer, constantly on duty in Regimental Q. M. Department.

PRIVATES

Homer Austin, Clymer, killed at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Palmer Austin, Clymer, absent sick from July 30 to September 14, '63; wounded at Cold Harbor June 1, 64; at Chester Hospital, Pa., discharged May 13, '65.
Oliver B. Bartlett, Kiantone, Teamster from April 29, '64.
Irvin E. Braley, Busti, absent sick from July 30, '63 to September 14, '63; wounded at Cold Harbor June 1, '64; died at White House June 12, '64.
Stillman Brooks, Harmony, received Furlough of Honor, Department of South; rejoined January 20, '64; killed at Cold Harbor June 1, '64.
Robert L. Bronson, Busti, returned with Regiment.
Andrew M. Burnham, Busti, detailed in Ambulance Corps from September 27, '64.
William S. Carpenter, Harmony, wounded at Proctor's Creek, May 16, '64; detailed as Hospital Nurse, Wilmington, N. C., March 6, '65; taken sick and discharged May 27, '65.
G. Harrison Carver, Harmony, constantly with Regiment; furlough granted from April 8, '65.
Sylvester E. Chapin, Kiantone, wounded in arm at Cold Harbor June 1, '64; rejoined at Wilmington, February 28, '65; detailed to duty in hospital March 6, Wilmington; taken sick and died March 27, '65.
Curtis Crook, French Creek, detailed to duty in Q.M. Department from October 13, '64 till close of service.
Stephen Davis, Harmony, absent sick from March 6, '63, and discharged from hospital May 2, '63.
Rufus G. Davis, Harmony, absent sick since January 13, '65.
Charles M. Deane, French Creek, promoted Corporal April 8, '63; in ranks June 8, '63; Hospital Nurse November 11, '63; returned to Company March, '64; Hospital Nurse, Wilmington, March 10, '65; died May, '65, fever.
Hiram Dickson, Harmony, absent sick from July 8, '63 to August 4, '63; wounded near Hatcher's, Va., on duty, May 24, '64, through arm; rejoined September 13, '64; wounded at New Market Heights September 29, '64; leg amputated, died at Hampton, Va., January 18, '65.
James A. Doig, Mina, killed in battle at Cold Harbor June 1, '64.
John Dunnewold, Clymer, taken prisoner in action September 29, '64; returned from capture March 2, '65; absent with leave till close of service.
Charles H. Durham, Harmony, on duty at Brigade headquarters from October 24, '64.
George W. Eddy, Mina, absent sick from November 13, '63 to July, '64; wounded in battle, through thigh, September 29, '64, and in hospital till close of service.
Martin Eddy, Harmony, wounded in battle at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; leg amputated; died at Cold Harbor, June 6, '64.
John Esselink, Clymer, wounded in right arm at Fort Fisher, January 15, '65; died of wounds at hospital, February 7, '65.
Henry Findley, Mina, absent sick from July 30, '63 to October 14, '63; killed at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Kingman Fisher, Harmony, absent sick from June 29 to October 20, '63; with Regiment through service.
Benjamin Fritts, Mina, wounded in arm, June 1, '64; started to walk to White House, and not heard from since.
Hoyt Garfield, French Creek, absent sick from June 23 to September, '64; promoted Corporal, February 8, '65.
Augustus Green Harmony, absent sick from September 23, '63; detailed to duty at hospital, Hilton Head; rejoined Regiment, January, '65; on duty in hospital, Raleigh, from May 14, '65.
James Green, Harmony, wounded at Fort Fisher, January 15, '65, through thigh; absent since.
Manly Green, Harmony, absent sick from June 4, '64; transferred to V.R.C. August 7, '64.
Chapin Hastings, Busti, promoted Corporal March 27, '64; Sergeant February 8, '65.
David K. Harrington, Clymer, detailed to Follet's Battery, October 15, '62; rejoined Company, May, '63; absent sick from June 29, '63 to March, '64, hospital, Florida, March 22, '64; rejoined in May; in hospital from June 31, '64; discharged at Beverly, N.J., December 24, '64.
George W. Heath, Mina, left sick at Jamestown, September 12, '62; joined Company October 21, '62; taken prisoner on scout, April 28, '63; returned to Company from Camp Parole, October 20, '63; slightly wounded at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; shot through foot on picket, August 6, '64; sent to hospital and discharged at Buffalo, April 3, '65.
Stephen Heath, Mina, promoted Corporal October 27, '63; killed in battle at New Market Heights, September 29, '64.
David Hogins, Busti, died at Camp Suffolk, November 16, '62, of measles and pneumonitis.
Horace B. Hollister, Busti, Hospital Nurse, December 13, '62; in Hospital Department through service.
Sidney M. Hosier, Harmony, wounded in battle, September 29, '64; arm amputated; absent in hospital since.
Benjamin F. Hurlbut, Harmony, promoted Corporal June 23, '63; killed at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
John Huytink, Clymer, wounded in thigh, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; absent since.
Edward P. Jones, Busti, sick at Suffolk and discharged for disability, November 25, '64.
John Johnston, Busti, wounded through shoulder in battle, October 27, '64; died at Hospital, Hampton, Va., November 25, '64.
James G. Kean, Harmony, killed at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Ezekiel King, Kiantone, killed at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Frank Kniphuysen, Clymer, sent to Hospital sick, September 31, '63; discharged for disability, Fort Schuyler, N.Y., November 26, '63.
Edwin P. Leach, Harmony, sent to hospital sick, July 30, '63; died at Portsmouth, Va., August 10, '63, of congestive fever.
James Lewis, Harmony, died at Camp Suffolk; December; 26, '62, of typhoid fever.
Theron Lovejoy, Harmony, in 7th Mass. Battery from May 27, '63 till close of service.
Ira H. Lucas, Harmony, promoted Corporal June 27, '64; wounded in forehead at Cemetery Hill, Petersburg, July 30, '64.
Lucius Markham, Clymer, taken prisoner at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; returned from capture Spring of '65; absent with 1eave.
Philip Mark, French Creek, absent sick from July 30 to October, '63; killed in battle Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Garret Meridink, Clymer, absent sick from July 8, '63; discharged February 4, '64.
Charles Munger, Mina, promoted Corporal October 27, '63; wounded side and arm, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined Company October, '64; in Q.M. Dep. from April, '65.
Henry Morse, Harmony, with Regiment throughout service.
Isaac P. Miracle, Harmony, killed in battle Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Augustus Neil, Harmony, absent sick from July to September, '63; from September 30, '63 to June, '64 taken prisoner while on picket near Hatcher's, Va., August 25, '64; rejoined Company, Wilmington, May 16, '64; Headquarters Guard, May 23, '65.
Charles Neil, Harmony, promoted Corporal March, '63; sickened and died at Folly Island, August 28, '63, inflammation of bowels.
O1iver Nichols, Harmony, with Regiment throughout service.
Horatio Ottaway, Mina, absent sick from July 28, '63; discharged service September 30, '63.
Adoniram J. Oviatt, Busti, Headquarters Guard, April, '65; promoted Corporal May 1, '65.
George A. Parke, Clymer, wounded in battle New Market Heights, September 29, '64; discharged from hospital, Philadelphia, May 18, '65.
David Ploss, Busti, wounded in thigh, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; absent in hospital till close of service.
Franklin G. Powers, Harmony, Hospital Nurse, November 28, '62; sick in hospital, March 1, '63; discharged for disability, May 4, '63.
William R. Pelton, Mina, detached in Signal Corps from June 20, '63.
Hutson Richardson, French Creek, absent sick from October 28, '64 to February, '65.
Charles H. Robinson, Mina, absent sick from October 28, '64 to February, '65.
George W. Rouse, French Creek, sent to hospital, Beaufort, S.C., October 20, '63; rejoined April, '64; absent sick from March to May, '65.
Timothy J. Scidmore, Mina, absent sick from July 8 to September 15, '63; from December 23, '63 to August, '64; promoted Corporal January 20, '65.
Andrew J. Simmons, Harmony, wounded by shell at Petersburg, September 2, '64.
Jered Simmons, Harmony, left sick at Jamestown, September 12, '62; discharged at Elmira, N.Y., March 28, '63.
William R. Skellie, Mina, wounded in battle, right fore-arm, October 27, '64; absent since.
Ezra Slayton, Harmony, wounded in battle, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; discharged December 28, '64, Troy, N.Y.
Robert D. Slayton, Harmony, wounded on picket; Suffolk, Va., February 17, '63; in General Hospital since June 24, '63; discharged April 14, '64.
John A. Slotboom, Clymer, wounded in arm Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; transferred V.R.C. January 9, '65.
John W. Slotboom, Clymer, absent sick from July 30 to September 15, '63; Q.M.D., August, '64; Q.M.D., Wilmington, N. C., March, '65; sick at David's Island, N.Y. Harbor, May, '65.
George W. Strunk, Harmony, sent home on sick leave, April 15, '63; hospital Elmira, from May 27, '63; discharged November 21, '63.
Ebenezer Skellie, Mina, promoted Corporal October 27, '63; Color Guard, March, '64; wounded in battle New Market Heights, September 29, '64; leg amputated; mentioned with commendation by Gen. Butler for gallantry; discharged from Hospital, May, '65; at close of service recommended for promotion to 2d Lieutenant.
John T'Culver, Clymer, killed in battle, June 1, '64, Cold Harbor, Va.
John T'Sepha, Clymer, died at Folly Island, September 1, '63, inflammation of bowels.
Charles B. Trevor, Kiantone, wounded in foot, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined December, '64; Guard, Headquarters 10th A.C., from March 4, '65; captured while on duty near Faison's, N.C., April 4, '65; rejoined at Raleigh, May, '65; furlough granted from May 15; promoted Corporal May 20, '65.
Frank J. Truesdale, Harmony, sick in hospital from April 15, '63; discharged Suffolk, Va., May 23, '63, disease of heart.
Spencer Wilcox, Sherman, detailed in Follet's Battery, October 1, '62; rejoined August, '63; telegraph Station, Morris Island, October 26, '63; sick at Beaufort, N.C., May, '65.
Solomon Whitford, Harmony, wounded slightly in trenches, Morris Island, August, '63; wounded in leg, Petersburg, September 3, '64.
Dan'l M. Waite, Clymer, died at Suffolk, Va., October 19, '62, marasmus.
William B. Whitney, French Creek, absent sick from July 30 to September 15, '63; absent sick from July 1, '64.

RECRUITS

RECEIVED AT JACKSONVILLE, FLA., MARCH 27, 1864.
George H. Whitford, Harmony, bruised by shell at storming of Fort Fisher January 15, '65.
AT BERMUDA HUNDRED, MAY 19, '64.
James J. Hosier, wounded severely, face and arm, Cold Harbor, June 1, 1864; John B. Hosier, wounded in thigh near Fort Fisher, January 14, '65; Charles Thompson, at Hampton Hospital, October 29, '64; Lyman B. Keyes, wounded severely through thigh, Cold Harbor, June l, '64; Fred Buffington.
AT CHAPIN'S FARM, OCTOBER 15, '64.
Thomas F. Baker; John Bird; Sylvester Belcher; Philip Decker, wounded in arm at Fort Fisher, January 15, '65; Robert Holladay; Hezekiah Heady; Oscar Lutes; Oscar Kingsland; James Pollock; Conrad Selke; Alanson Smith; William J. Scott; John H. Scott; Peter Thornton; Isaac VanStrander; Ephraim Wemple; Robert Jackson, severely wounded in back, October 27, '64.
AT FAISON'S, N.C., MARCH 18, '65.
Daniel Barry; August Billet; Joseph Burns; John C. Carney; George H. Christana; Manuel Espino; Charles Fisher; Thomas Grant; Charles Goble; Devillo Hempstedt; John Jones; James Lockman; Lewis Mullar; Wilford Marsh; Hugh Nesbit; John Nooman; John Petrie; Alacando Reid; John Wagmire; John Wood.

OFFICERS ON DUTY AT CLOSE OF SERVICE

Captain George S. Talcott, promoted from 1st Lieutenant Co. C, October 12, '64;
1st Lieutenant Alfred O. Ellis, promoted from Serg't Co. G, January 4, '65; 2d Lieutenant Cornelius Moynihan, promoted from Serg't Co. A, January 3, '65; Sergeant Truman H. Post; Sergeant Safford Z. Brown; Sergeant N.R. Brasted; Sergeant Chapin H. Hastings; Sergeant Jonathan T. Barker; Corporal Charles Munger; Corporal Ebenezer Skellie, Corporal Ira H. Lucas; Corporal Oliver A. Nichols; Corporal J.T. Scidmore; Corporal Hoyt Garfield; Corporal A.J. Oviatt; Corporal Charles B. Traver.

COMPANY E

This Company was recruited in the towns of Westfield, Ripley, Chautauqua, and Ellery. Captain Frank Waters, merchant and manufacturer, Westfield, recruited in that town and Ripley; Lieutenants Myrick and Randall in the other towns. At the organization of the Regiment Captain Waters resigned to accept commission as R.Q.M. See Field and Staff. The command of the Company now devolved on Lieutenant Myrick, who resigned in December, 1862, on account of the exigencies of his personal business. Early in January, 1863, Sergeant John Q.A. Hollister received a commission as Captain, Sergeants Sixby and Kimberly having been commissioned as Lieutenants. These officers all received honorable wounds during their service. Captain Hollister, while acting Major at the storming of Fort Fisher, was wounded in the arm. Lieutenant Sixby had his face badly shattered in the attempt to stay the panic at Cemetery Hill, Petersburg, and Lieutenant Kimberly lost his left foot while Acting Adjutant at the assault upon Fort Gilmer, September 29, 1864. These two officers were so disabled as not to return to the Regiment. The Company was principally recruited between the 1st and 13th of August. 1862. It originally numbered 108 officers and men. The Field Report for October, 1862, gives an aggregate of 99. It received 51 recruits. 25 died of disease and 14 by the casualties of war. 62 of the original members still survive.

ORIGINAL ROSTER AND CHANGES

Captain Frank Waters, Westfield, resigned and appointed R.Q.M. September 2, '62; see Field and Staff.
1st Lieutenant Sylvanus H. Myrick, Sherman, resigned and honorably discharged at Suffolk, Va., December 19, '62.
2d Lieutenant Nathan Randall, Chautauqua, resigned and honorably discharged at Suffolk Va., November 29, '62.
Sergeant William Andre Mattison, Ripley, died at Suffolk, Va., October 22, '62, typhoid fever.
Sergeant John Q. A. Hollister, Westfield, promoted Captain January 18, '63; constantly with Regiment till wounded January 15, '65; home on furlough; returned to regiment, April 7, '65.
Sergeant Perry Vorce, Westfield, promoted 1st Sergeant March 24, '63; 2d Lieutenant, October 7, '64; 1st Lieutenant, January 3, '65; Captain Co. C, March 8, '65; sick at Folly Island, sent home on leave, October 23, '63; rejoined January, '64; in hospital from June 23 to September, '64.
Sergeant Herman Sixby, Westfield, promoted 1st Sergeant October 22, '62; 1st Lieutenant December 19, '62; assigned to duty March 24, '63; on recruiting service from July 24, '63 to May 4, '64; A.R.Q.M. June 23, '64; command Company B, July 20, '64; wounded in battle, Cemetery Hill, July 30, '64; discharged because of wound, February 3, '65.
Sergeant Thomas J. Newell, Chautauqua, absent sick at Hampton, Va., from July 30 to September 15, '63; on recruiting service from December 21, '63 to May 4, '64; wounded in arm, Cold Harbor, Va., June 1, '64; discharged from hospital, date unknown.
Corporal Hiram Vorce, Westfield, promoted Sergeant October 22, '61; Ordnance Sergeant March 23, '63; killed on duty at Petersburg, June 23, '63.
Corporal Charles A, Kimberly, Westfield, promoted Sergeant October 22, '62; 2d Lieutenant, January 16, '63; on recruiting service from December 21, '63 to May 4, '64; wounded on duty, Bermuda Hundred, May 20, '64; rejoined June 29; promoted 1st Lieutenant Company B, July 26, '64; A. Adjutant from July 28 to September 29; wounded and lost left foot in battle at New Market Heights, September 29, '64; honorably discharged from hospital.
Corporal Hamilton Lenox, Ellery, in ranks October 15, '62; killed at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Corporal George L. Carey, Westfield, promoted Sergeant March 16, '63; absent sick from July 30 to September 16, '63; wounded in hip, Cold Harbor June 1, '64; promoted 1st Sergeant October 7, '64.
Corporal Anson G. Isham, Westfield, absent sick from June 15, '63 to September, '63; promoted Sergeant May 1, '65.
Corporal Hollister H. Peck, Westfield, died at Suffolk, December 4, '62, typhoid fever.
Corporal John Loucks, Ellery, in ranks, October 16, '62; wounded in arm, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; discharged by reason of wound, May 17, '65.
Corporal Hiram E. Rice, Ellery, wounded in back, Cold Harbor, June 8, '64; rejoined November, '64; wounded in head, Fort Fisher, January 15, '65.
Wagoner George W. Brown, Westfield, Q.M. Department, September, '62; Ambulance Corps, September 7, '64.
Musician Daniel B. Thayer, Westfield, sent to hospital, Fort Schuyler, N.Y., September 30, '63; died October 14, chronic diarrhea.
Musician Rufus W. Bujean, Chautauqua, constantly with Regiment.

PRIVATES

John G. Archer, Ripley, Hospital Assistant during most of term of service.
George R. Atkinson, Ripley, Hospital Nurse January 7, '63; Ambulance Corps February 7, '63; in hospital, Portsmouth, Va.; died of fever, July 25, '63.
Victor A. Albro, Sherman, absent sick from July 30 to September 15, '63; constantly with Regiment.
Andrew Anderson, Chautauqua, absent sick from July 30 to September 15, '63; from August 14 to October, '64; mortally wounded through hip, Fort Fisher, January 15, '65; died January 19, '65.
Irwin Adams, Westfield, with the Regiment.
Jasper N. Bacon, Ripley, absent sick from June 23 to September, '64; promoted Corporal March 1, '65, Color Corporal.
Andrew J. Boyden, Ellery, sent to hospital June 27, '63; died of fever, June 29, '63.
Ellery E. Belden, Ellery, after long sickness at Suffolk, died in hospital, fever and measles, January 4, '63.
Emmet C. Blanding, Sherman, absent sick from June 29, '63 to May, '64; wounded in right shoulder at Fort Fisher; died in hospital Beaufort, N.C., May 20, '65, wounds.
Jesse E. Beecher, Sherman, detailed as Nurse in Hospital, Wilmington, N.C.; died there March, '65, fever.  Jesse W. Beecher, Sherman, (son of Jesse E. Beecher) enlisted Aug. 29, 64 at the age of 16. Mustered out with Co. E, June 13, 65
Andrew Bennet, Ripley, in Q.M.D. May 27, '63 to May, '64; taken prisoner on picket August 28, '64; died at Salisbury, N.C., February 16, '65.
Frank M. Button, Westfield, constantly with Regiment.
Morris Bently, Chautauqua, discharged to enlist in Howard's Battery, October 26, '63.
Albert Baker, Ripley, killed in battle on Summerton road, Suffolk, VA., April 16, '63.
Horatio Bowers, Ellery, died at Folly Island, S.C., November 24, '63, chronic diarrhea.
Charles H. Bushee, Chautauqua, died at Folly Island, S.C., December 8, '63, chronic diarrhea.
Julius A. Cochran, Ripley, absent sick from February 7, '63 to December '63; in Q.M. Dep. January, '64; sick at Beaufort, N. C., from April 9, '65.
William A. Cluxton, Westfield, discharged at Suffolk, Va., March 27, '63, inflammation of lungs.
Luman Clark, Sherman, promoted Corporal May 2, '64, Color Guard; wounded in battle, thigh, September 29, '64, New Market Heights; absent in hospital till close of service.
John A. Carey, Westfield, wounded Cold Harbor, June 1, '64, through arm; promoted Corporal March 1, '65.
Frank M. Crosgrove, Westfield, died at Suffolk, Va., January 25, '63, typhoid fever.
Galen Cluxton, Westfield, sent to hospital, Portsmouth, Va., July 16, '63; died December 29, '63.
John Cady, Westfield, with Regiment constantly.
Andrew J. Durham, Chautauqua, in Ambulance Corps from September 27, '64.
Henry C. Dayton, Chautauqua, Brigade Blacksmith, December 15, '62; sick at Folly Island; discharged at Hilton Head, July 12, '64.
Marvin J. Daniels, Ellery, absent in hospital from July 12, '63 to May, '64.
John M. Dickinson, Ellery, absent sick from July 12, '63; discharged from hospital, January 11, '64.
Robert H. Davidson, Chautauqua, Clerk in Com. and Q.M. Dep. Through most of service.
Henry Essler, Westfield, sick at Folly Island, sent to hospital, Beaufort, S.C., November 11, '63; died December 24, '63, diarrhea.
John C. Eddy, Ripley, taken prisoner, April 8, '63; rejoined October 20, '63; killed in battle June 1, '64.
Charles Edmunds, Chautauqua, promoted Corporal October 15, '62; wounded through neck and arm, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined Company September, '64; promoted Sergeant May 1, '65.
Horace A, Edwards, Ripley, sick at Folly Island, sent to hospital, Beaufort, S.C., October 22, '63; died October 27, '63.
Nathan Edmunds, Chautauqua, wounded through hips, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; died June 1, '64.
Jay M. Freeman, Sherman, long time in hospital sick; sent home with leave, November 24, '62; returned March, '63; sent to hospital, Hampton, Va., and discharged for disability, April 16, '63.
John Fink, Chautauqua, wounded in leg, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; discharged April 3, '65.
Garret J. Felton, Westfield, absent sick from July 30 to October, '63; wounded at Petersburg, July 30, '64; rejoined February, '65; Guard at 10th A.C. Headquarters from March 3, '65.
Marlow Fitch, Westfield, promoted Corporal, February 6, '63; on recruiting service from December 21, '63, to May 4, '64; wounded in knee, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; discharged from hospital, February 15, '65.
Addison P. Green; Chautauqua, wounded in leg at Cold Harbor, June 2, '64; died in hospital July 20, '64, wounds.
John Galloway, Chautauqua, killed at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Ashael Hulet, Ripley, Ambulance Corps, February 4, '63; sick and sent to hospital, April 17, '63; discharged May 26, '63.
Robert S. Hughson, Ripley, at Brigade Headquarters from December 15, '62; sick and discharged at Folly Island, September, '63.
Charles Harmon, Ripley, Hospital Assistant from December 4, '62 to January 20, '63; sick at Folly Island; died October 23, '63.
Addison Hollinbeck, Ellery, promoted Corporal, March 25, '63; absent sick from July 6, '63 to February, '64; sick from May 27, '64; died at City Point, Va., September 25, '64.
Israel Haskins, Chautauqua, absent sick from March 2, '63 to May, '64; Headquarters Guard from April 20, '65.
William Jones, Ripley, in Division Pioneers from January 14, '65.
William H. Keet, Sherman, with Regiment through service.
Francis K. Lyon, Sherman, absent sick from July 30, '62; transferred V.R. C., March 31, '64.
Peter Lawson, Westfield, sick at Folly Island, died in hospital October 8, '63, dysentery.
Darwin P. Lewis, Ellery, long sick at Suffolk; home on sick leave from January 10, '63; discharged at Elmira, March 17, '63.
Charles C. Lewis, Sherman, promoted Corporal September 25, '64; constantly on duty through service.
Francis S. Lower, Sherman, with Regiment through service.
John Jay Munson, Westfield, taken prisoner on scout, March 28, '63; released and returned to Regiment October 20, '63; promoted Corporal May 1, '64; wounded at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64, through face; wounded at Petersburg, September 13; promoted Sergeant October 7, '64; recommended for 1st Lieutenant at close of service.
Spencer Manly, Ellery, died at Suffolk, Va., December 9, '62, typhoid fever.
Zacheus Norton, Chautauqua, absent sick from July 30 to October; '63; from January 13 to May, '65.
William F. Onley, Westfield, in 7th Mass. Battery from October 25, '62 to February, '63; in Q.M. Department from September 20, '63; died in hospital, Wilmington, April 19, '65, fever.
Douglas Onley, Westfield, Hospital Nurse from January 7, '63; Ambulance Corps from June 1, '63; hospital from November 11, '63; transferred V.R.C. August 29, '64.
Samuel C. Pitt, Ripley, promoted Corporal, May 2, '63; absent sick from July 2 to December, '63; promoted Sergeant June 18, '64; wounded through neck, Darbytown Road, October 27, '64; rejoined February, '65; A.O. Sergeant March 10, '65; promoted 1st Lieutenant, April 21, '65; A. Adjutant May 1, '65; transferred 3d N.Y.V., June 14, '65; recommended for Captain at close of service.
Augustus E. Phetteplace, Ripley, sick at Folly Island, September, '63; sent North; died at Fort Schuyler, N.Y., October 21, '63.
John C. Page, Sherman, absent sick from June 23, '63 to May, '64; wounded at Fort Fisher, January 15, '64; leg amputated; absent since.
Ephron Putnam, Ellery, absent sick from May 4 to September, '64; Division Ambulance Train from April 9, '65; furlough granted from May 15, '65.
Peter John Peterson, Chautauqua, wounded in arm, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined January, '65; wounded at Fort Fisher, January 15, '65, through lungs; died January 16, '65.
George M. Rollman, Sherman, absent sick from June 23 December, '63.
George Ruch, Chautauqua, wounded, Cemetery Hill, Petersburg, July 30, '64; on duty in hospital, Hampton, Va., till close of service.
Fred W. L. Ruhling, Sherman, promoted Corporal February 6, '63; Sergeant May 2, '63; wounded at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; leg amputated; died June 18, '64, wounds.
Andrew J. Rhubottom, Chautauqua, in Ambulance Corps, June 1, '63.
Wm. H. Skinner, Sherman, Hospital Nurse October 25, '63; wounded in leg, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; in hospital since.
John Stowell, Westfield, absent sick from July 30 to October, '63; killed Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
William Stowell, Westfield, taken prisoner at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; released and rejoined April, '65; promoted Corporal May 20, '65.
Theodore W. Skinner, Sherman, Hospital Nurse, November, '63; rejoined Company March 22, '64; promoted Corporal June 18, '64.
Michael Shaw, Ripley, Groom from September 12, '62; hospital July 30, '63; discharged September 20, '63.
John B. Spencer, Chautauqua, absent sick from July 30, '63; sent home on sick leave; died at Mayville, September 26, '64.
William A. Scott, Sherman, Hospital Nurse from December 16, '62; on duty in hospital till May, '65.
Thomas Sparks, Sherman, died in hospital, Portsmouth, Va., July 24, '63, diarrhea.
Charles Slayton, Harmony, wounded in arm at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; absent in hospital since.
John T'Winkle, Westfield, killed at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
William T'Winkle, Westfield, sick near Petersburg, Va., from July 10, '64; died in hospital, Point of Rocks, Va., September 27, '64.
Egbert G. Vanscoy, Chautauqua, absent sick from Dec. 4, '64 to February, '65.
George M.D. Wilson, Westfield, absent sick from July 10, '63 to February, '64; promoted Corporal October 17, '64; wounded, leg and foot, October 17, '64; rejoined Company, December, '64.
John F. Whipple, Westfield, constantly on duty; promoted Corporal May 1, '65.
John Winemann, Chautauqua, Furlough of Honor from December 12, '63 to January 15, '64; killed at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
C.P. Young, Jr., Ripley, Hospital Nurse December 4, '62; in hospital sick, July 30, '63; returned to Regiment at Folly Island, October 14, '63; taken sick and sent to hospital, Hilton Head; died in hospital, May 6, '64.
Antony Yorker, Ellery, constantly with Regiment in Q.M. Department from July 18, '64.

RECRUITS

RECEIVED AT JACKSONVILLE, FLA., MARCH 6 TO 26, 1864.
William H. Johnson, Clearfield Co., Pa., absent sick from May 20, '64; transferred V.R.C. February 6, '65; E.G. Moore, Kiantone, absent sick from October 24, '64; James Taggart, Westfield, absent sick from April 21 to August, '64; William Hewlet, Westfield; John Jones, New York; James L. Knapp, Jamestown, wounded in arm, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; died in hospital, Philadelphia, July 3, '64; John McDonald; Martin Malone.
AT BERMUDA HUNDRED, MAY 9, 1864.
Myron S. Kessler, Westfield, wounded at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; Clerk at Headquarters 10th A.C. from March 2, '65; John R. Keizer; George M. Hurlbut; Charles Lawson; Henry J. Miller.
AT CHAPIN'S FARM, OCTOBER 15, 1864.
John Calson; Wm. W. Brown; Leonard L. Dodge, Steuben, N.Y., killed at Fort Fisher, Jan. 15, '65;
John H. Daughty; Peter Aversault, woun'd in right shoulder at Fort Fisher, Jan. 15, '65; Henry Eveleth, Chautauqua, N.Y.; Seth Foster, Sparta, N.Y., wounded in face at New Market Heights, Oct. 27, '64; Jay Foster, South Creek, Pa.; Charles Kearn, Steuben Co., N.Y., wounded in hand and side at Fort Fisher, January 15, '65; James M. Lambert; Henry D. Millard, Steuben County N.Y.; Dela F. McKean; Silas Moonhouse; Sheldon B. Page; John Rumsey; John L. Swain; George C. Strauss, wounded Fort Fisher, left arm; John A. Straight; Philip Zimmer; Charles Kitchen.
AT FAISON'S STATION, MARCH 18, 1865.
John F. O'Brien; Charles M. Carr; John McCarty, 1st; John McCarty, 2d; Thomas D. Cooley; Charles Bushey; Edward Dillon; G.W. Jorgesson; Patrick Kelley; William Kuser; A. Leopold Keehn; Thomas Looney; Patrick Murphy; John Rhea; Henry Stone; Henry Schraff; Robert Sheckin; Jacob Geyer.

OFFICERS IN COMMAND AT CLOSE OF SERVICE

Captain J.Q.A. Hollister; Lieutenant Samuel O. Pitt, commissioned Adjutant, but not mustered; transferred 3d N.Y.V., June 14,'65; 2d Lieutenant Algernon M. Green; Sergeant G. L. Carey; Sergeant H.E. Rice; Sergeant J. J. Munson; Sergeant A.G. Isham; Sergeant C. Edmunds; Corporal Luman Clark; Corporal T. W. Skinner; Corporal C. C. Lewis; Corporal G.M.D. Wilson; Corporal J. A. Carey; Corporal J. N. Bacon; Corporal J. F. Whipple; Corporal W. Stowell.

COMPANY F

This Company was principally recruited by C.W. Hoyt, Joseph S. Mathews and J.H. Alexander, in the towns of Ellicott and Harmony; a few men from Gerry enlisted for Ellicott. Recruiting first commenced August 25th and on the 30th its ranks were filled and it was mustered as a Company into the service. Captain Joseph S. Mathews, during the month of August, 1864, was made Provost Marshal of the 2d Division, 10th A.C., on the Staff of Brig. Gen. R.S. Foster, afterwards on the Staff of Brevet Maj. Gen. A. Ames. The position he held until close of term of service. He was promoted Major of the Regiment, to date from January 15, '65. 2d Lieut. C.W. Hoyt resigned on account of sickness and was honorably discharged at Suffolk, January 18, 1863. The next month 1st Lieutenant Lewis Andrews resigned, and for the same reason received an honorable discharge. Sergeant Pardon L. Kimball was promoted 2d Lieutenant to date from February 25th. On the march back from Hanover Court House, he was taken sick, and after returning to Bowers Hill, his sickness assuming an alarming form, he was sent to Chesapeake General Hospital, whence, in the month of September, he was honorably discharged on account of physical disability. Sergeants Fox and Sampson were promoted to Lieutenancies in this Company while at Folly island, and after wards as Captains to command Companies H and K respectively. The Company originally numbered 104 officers and men. On the field report for October, 1862, 101. Of the original number, 9 died of disease, 12 by casualties of battle, 39 recruits were received during its history.

ORIGINAL ROSTER AND CHANGES

Captain Joseph H. Mathews, Provost Marshal on Staff of Division General, 2d Division, 10th A.C., from September 16, '64 to June 14, '65; promoted Major and mustered March 10, '65.See Major.
1st Lieutenant Lewis Andrews, Jamestown, sick at Suffolk, Va., and honorably discharged, February 28, '63.
2d Lieutenant Charles W. Hoyt, Jamestown, sick at Suffolk, Va., and honorably discharged January 18, '63.
Sergeant Pardon L. Kimball, Jamestown, promoted 2d Lieutenant, February 25; assigned to duty March 24, '63; absent sick from July 28, '63; honorably discharged September 24, '63.
Sergeant Heman S. Fox, Jamestown, promoted 1st Sergeant, July 24, '63; 1st Lieutenant September 24, '63; Captain Company H January 2, '65; wounded in rifle pits, front of Petersburg, through arm, September 17, '64; absent in hospital from September 24 to December 8, '64.
Sergeant David Sampson, Jamestown, promoted 2d Lieutenant, December 29, '83; furlough of honor, 20 days from December 12, '63; 1st Lieutenant, Company K, October 4, '64; Captain Company, H, mustered January 3, '65.
Sergeant Joseph F. Hall, Jamestown, sick at Bowers Hill, sent to hospital July 30, '63; clerk in Adjutant General's office, Washington, D.C., from September 12, '63; sent home sick and died at Jamestown, N.Y., August 12, '64.
Sergeant Charles H. Baker, Jamestown, promoted 1st Sergeant April 1, '64; on recruiting service, Chaut. Co., from December 21, '63 to May 4, '64; killed in battle, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Corporal Thomas A. Rhodes, Jamestown, Commissary Dep't May 7, '63; in General Hospital from July 30 to September 14, '63; detailed to duty in Signal Corps December 13, '63; assigned to Signal Corps March 12, '64.
Corporal William H. Proudfit, Jamestown, Clerk in Commissary Dep't from October 4, '62; at Brigade Headquarters from August 4, '63; in Army P.O., City Point, Va., from May, '64.
Corporal William Aplin, Jamestown, promoted Sergeant October 27, '63; 2d Lieutenant, January 4, '65; recommended for 1st Lieutenant, but not mustered.
Corporal Charles J. Winchester, Ellicott, in hospital June 27, '63 to August '63; taken sick at Folly Island; died in hospital, December 16, '63, chronic diarrhea.
Corporal Willard W. Bucklin, Ellicott, absent sick from July 30 to September 14, '63; promoted Sergeant March 1, '64; wounded in arm at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; absent since.
Corporal Oscar Butler, Harmony, promoted Sergeant, March 1, '64; furlough from August 24, '64 to September, '64; detailed to duty in hospital, Wilmington, N.C., March 6, '65; absent since.
Corporal Harvey D. Harter, Harmony, wounded in shoulder, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined September, '64; promoted Sergeant, February 13, '65.
Corporal Horace A. Wilson, Ellicott, promoted Sergeant, June 2, '64.
Wagoner Gilman Bartlett, Ellicott, died at camp, Suffolk, December 29, '62, typhoid fever.
Musician Lathrop L. Hanchett. Ellicott, constantly on duty through service.
Musician Joel A. Partridge. Ellicott, constantly on duty.

PRIVATES

Perry Aikin, Ellicott, constantly with Regiment; furlough granted from May 9, '65.
Henry Bowen, Harmony, killed at Fort Fisher, January 15, '65.
Joseph H. Bentley, Ellicott, in hospital from June 27, '63 to June, '64; Ambulance Corps September 2, '64; sick October '64; discharged at Elmira, N.Y., May 3, '65.
James F. Bohall, Harmony, promoted Corporal February 13, '65.
Charles S Bohall, Harmony, absent sick from January 12, to February 7, '65; from April 26 to June, '65.
Charles R. Bliss, Harmony, constantly with Regiment.
William H. H. Bliss, Harmony, discharged at Folly Island, S.C., November 2, '63; disease of brain and diarrhea.
Joseph H. Button, Harmony, promoted Corporal March 1, '64; killed at Fort Fisher, January 15, '65.
William H. Brown, Ellicott, absent sick from July 30 to October 14, '63; from August 25 to September 10, '64.
Leon G. Brown, Ellicott, Clerk at Brigade Headquarters from August 14, '63 to December, '63; on recruiting service from December 21, '63 to May 4, '64; in Q.M. Dep. from August 23, '64.
Woodly W. Booty, Ellicott, absent sick from December 24, '63 to May, '64; wounded in hip, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; died in hospital, Washington, D.C., June 13, '64.
Alexander Burns, Ellicott, discharged on account of disability, Nov. 14, '63.
David Broadhead, Harmony, in Commissary Department, February, '65; taken sick and died at Federal Point, February 18, '65, fever.
Josiah R. Casselman, Harmony, constantly on duty.
Almond W. Cone, Harmony, absent sick from May 28 to June 18, '64.
Caleb G. Clark, Ellicott, wounded at Fort Fisher, Jan. 15, '65; absent since.
Chauncey E. Deland, Ellicott, wounded in shoulder at Fort Fisher, January 15, '65; absent since.
Marshall C. Dean, Harmony, died of typhoid fever following measles, Suffolk, March 23, '63.
Franklin B. Daniels, Harmony, died at Suffolk, October 20, '62, fever and dysentery.
Horace Eames, Ellicott, wounded in knee at Fort Fisher, January 15, '65; absent since.
John E. Eames, Ellicott, wounded in left foot at Fort Fisher, January 16, '65; died of wounds, March 17, '65.
Eben Edwards, Harmony, in hospital from July 30, '63 to October 14, '63; absent sick from January 3, '65 to February 10, '65; promoted Corporal January 16, '65.
Josiah Elwell, Gerry, on duty in hospital during most of service; discharged at Wilmington, N.C., May 20, '65.
Jarvis A. Fisher, Gerry, absent sick from January 28, '65; detailed to hospital duty, Wilmington, N.C., March 5, '65.
Dexter S. Fowler, Harmony, sick at Folly Island and discharged on account of disability, November 11, '63.
Milton French, Ellicott, in hospital from June 27 to October, '63; from December 10, '64 to May, '65.
Thadeus K. Firman, Harmony, constantly on duty.
Judson F. Geer, Ellicott, wounded in ankle at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64 ; died in hospital, Washington, D.C., August 19, '64.
William H. Grandison, Ellicott, Hospital Nurse from November 10, '63 to March 22, '64; in hospital from September 28, '64 to March, '65.
Algernon D. Hasard, Ellery, promoted Corporal March 1, '64; wounded at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; leg amputated; died at White House, June 7, '64.
Sylvester M. Hart, Ellicott, killed at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Hiram Hayden, Harmony, promoted Corporal June 2, '64; killed at Fort Fisher, January 15, '65.
Joseph Hobart, Harmony, wounded in arm, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; discharged from hospital November 9, '64.
Alphonso V. Hoover, Ellicott, detached to Signal Corps December 13, '63; assigned to Signed Corp, March 16, '64.
Charles H. Huntley, Harmony, detached in 7th Mass. Battery from October 23, '62.
Almon Huntley, Harmony, detached in 7th Mass. Battery, from October 23, '62.
Augustus Jones, Ellicott, absent in hospital from July 30 to October 14, '63; wounded in arm at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; absent since.
Augustus Johnson, Gerry, absent sick from July 30 to September 14, '63; with Regiment through service.
Chauncey Lopus, Harmony, sick in hospital from July 9, '64, and discharged at Buffalo, October 28, '64.
Elias Lammers, Harmony, sick in hospital from August 28, '64 to February, '65.
Byron F. Lewis, Harmony, absent sick from August 25, '64 to February 10, '65; on guard at Headquarters from March, '65.
John J. Losee, Harmony, died at Suffolk, April 11, '63, inflammation of brain after fever.
John Larson, Ellicott, absent sick from June 27, '63 to October 14, '63; promoted Corporal June 2, '64.
Carlos F. Manwarring, Harmony, on duty in hospital from March 5, '65.
William B. McCrum, Ellicott, sent to hospital July 8, '63; transferred V.R.C. September 3, '63.
Benj. F. Matthews, Gerry, absent in hospital from July 30, '63 to March, '64; from August 25, '64 to March, '65; detailed to hospital duty at Wilmington, March 5, '65; discharged May 22, '65.
Christopher M. Oakland, Ellicott, constantly with Regiment.
Michael O'Brien, Ellicott, promoted Corporal November 2, '63; wounded through breast at Bermuda Hundred, May 19, '64; died in hospital, May 24, '64.
Nehemiah Park, Harmony, absent sick from July 30, '63; discharged at Washington, D.C., January 12, '64.
Jared Ploss, Harmony, sick at Folly Island; sent home September 14, '63; died at home, November 14, '63.
Merrill Peck, Harmony, absent sick from July 30 to October 14, '63; promoted Corporal June 2, '64; Sergeant March 1, '65.
Jacob Polder, Harmony, absent sick from July 30, '63 to May 4, '64; from June 1, '64 to December, '64; on duty in hospital, Wilmington, from March 5, '65.
John Peters, Jr., Ellicott, absent sick from April 28, '63 to November, '63; absent from December 28, '63; sent to Beaufort, S.C.; sent North, and died at sea, on passage to New York, September 17, '64.
Charles S. Post, Gerry, constantly with the Regiment.
Dyer Phelps, Gerry, constantly with the Regiment.
William P Randall, Harmony, in Ambulance Corps February 5, '63; promoted Corporal June 8, '64; furlough granted from May 9, '65.
Charles Riker, Ellicott, in Q.M. Dep't from April 7, '65.
Andrew J. Rice, Ellicott, on recruiting service from July 24, '63; rejoined April, '64; sick in hospital from June 23, '64; absent since.
John Ryan, Ellicott, constantly with Regiment; promoted Corporal September 29, '64.
William Rospus, Harmony, killed at Fort Fisher, January 15, '65.
Isaac Robson, Harmony, in Q.M. Dep't from September 6, '64.
Joseph C. Smith, Ellicott, in hospital from June 27 to August 4, '63; promoted Sergeant September 10, '63; 1st Sergeant June 2, '64; wounded in thigh at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; on duty in hospital; rejoined Company
March, '65.
Sylvanus Smith, Harmony, deserted May 17, '63.
Newell J. Smith, Ellicott, in hospital through most of service.
Addison P. Sherman, Jamestown, clerk in Com. Dep't, Jan. 1, '63; Brigade Hd. Qrs. from Oct. 26, '63; discharged on account of disability, May 26, '65.
Ira Simmons, Ellicott, in hospital from June 29, '63 to Feb., '64; promoted Corporal Jan. 16, '65.
Francis Starkweather; Harmony, constantly with Regiment; in hospital two weeks from April 10, '65.
Cyrus Spicer, Ellicott, sent to hospital, Feb. 8, '63 discharged at Hampton, Va., March 24, '63.
John Swanson, Jamestown, sent to hospital, April 25, '63; discharged as Hampton, May 13, '63.
William Swanson, Jamestown, wounded in arm, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; absent since; discharged April 13, '65.
Amos H. Tennant, Jamestown, sick in hospital from April 28, '63; discharged from Hampton, Va., June 4, '63, dysentery.
William Thornton, Harmony, killed at Fort Fisher, Jan. 15, '65.
Chaunecy M. Trask, Harmony, in hospital from June 27, '63 to Feb. 14, '64; promoted Corporal Feb. 13, '65.
Leander W. Trask, Harmony, in hospital from July 30, '63; transferred V.R.C., April 5, '64.
John G. VanDeusen; Ellicott, Musician from Jan. 24, '64; constantly with Regiment.
John VanMeurs, Harmony, constantly on duty.
Cornelius VanGeem, Harmony, absent sick from June 27, '63 to Feb., '64; from Nov. 16, '64 to Feb., '65; detailed to duty in hospital, Wilmington, March 5, '65; died April 7, '65, fever.
Ira L. Wade, Ellicott, sent to hospital, June 27, '68; transferred V.R.C. Sep. 8, '63.
Wilbur B. Wood, Ellicott, Assistant Hospital Steward from Oct. 7, '62; Acting Hospital Steward from Jan. 20, '63; hospital Steward March 1, '63, see non-commissioned Staff.
Hilary Wentz, Ellicott, absent sick from December 26, '63 to May, '64; from June 2 to Dec. 4, '64; wounded in left arm (arm resected) Jan, 15, '65.
Mark T. Wilson, Ellicott, constantly with Regiment.
Albert Wiltsie, Harmony, constantly with Regiment; promoted Corporal March 1, '65.
Alfred Whipple; Harmony, sick from Jan. 3, '64 to Feb. 7, '65; in Q.M. Dep't from April 7, '65.

RECRUITS

RECEIVED TO MARCH 31, 1864.
Silas T. Tiffany, died of fever near Petersburg, Va., July 27, '64; Gamble Bradley, Gerry, wounded in arm Jan. 15, '65; Cornelius M. Tiffany; Marshall A. Jones, Busti, furlough granted from May 9, '65; Joseph M. Morton, Gerry.
TO SEPTEMBER 18, 1864.
James R. Spaulding, Groton, wounded in left thigh, Fort Fisher, Jan. 15, '65; Horatio Humphrey, Alleghany; James M. Rice, Harmony; Chalmers Hammond, wounded in breast at Fort Fisher, Jan. 15, '65; Henry Eveleth; Joseph Bolster, Crawford Co., Pa., absent with leave from Sept. 12, '64; Frank Chapman, Cherry Creek, absent with leave from Sept. 12, '64.
AT CHAPIN'S FARM, JANUARY 4, 1865.
Peter Bagley; Charles Knapp; Ferdinand Schilck.
AT FAISON'S, N.C., MARCH 18, 1865.
Peter Achburgor; Heman Beck; Oliver Boardray; Albert Cleaveland; James English; Oliver Girard; Peter Halverson; Andrew Heine; Francis Jillig; Martin Labert; Edward Labelle; Felix Lohsee; Patrick Lobarby; Philip Maer; Joseph Martin; Michael McCarty; Charles Pate; William Parker; William Rice; George Schankweiler; Francis J Smith; Peter Stengel; Theodore Trader; Francis Witz.

OFFICERS ON DUTY AT CLOSE OF SERVICE

2d Lieutenant William Aplin; Sergeant Joseph C. Smith; Sergeant Oscar Butler; Sergeant Horace A. Wilson; Sergeant Harvey D. Harter; Sergeant Merril Peck; Corporal John Larson; Corporal William P. Randall; Corporal John Ryan; Corporal Eben Edwards; Corporal Ira Simmons; Corporal James F. Bohall; Corporal Chauncey M. Trask.

COMPANY G

This Company was recruited by Captain Stevens, Lieutenants Barber and Fox, and Sergeant C.W. Hawley, in the towns of Dunkirk, Portland and Sheridan. Lieut. Barber received authority to recruit the 21st July, 1862, and was commissioned 1st Lieutenant from that date. The first man enlisted July 23d, and the Company was full September 11th. It was mustered in squads into the service from 15th to 30th August. Capt. Stevens enlisted 29 men, Lieutenants Barber and Fox 50. Several men were transferred to this Company from other Companies in the Regiment. 63 men went to Jamestown from Dunkirk the 14th August. Capt. Stevens had seen some previous service as 1st Lieutenant 49th N.Y.V. He was taken sick at Folly Island, S.C., in the fall of 1863, and was sent North on sick leave. His health not improving, he resigned and was honorably discharged in the Spring of 1864. Afterwards regaining his health, he accepted a commission in Hancock's Corps of Veteran Volunteers. Lieut. Fox was also obliged to resign at Folly Island on account sickness. Lieut. Barber was commissioned Captain May 18, 1864. The Company was, however, so much reduced in numbers that he could not muster, and in the summer, by reason of sickness, was obliged to resign. The Company originally numbered 89 officers and men. The field report of October, 1862, shows an aggregate of 94. 16 died of disease, 12 by casualties of battle, 55 recruits were added to it at various times.

ORIGINAL ROSTER AND CHANGES

Captain Phineas Stevens, Dunkirk, furlough granted 16 days from May 7, '63; sick at Folly Island; home on furlough from Nov. 11, '63; returned and honorably discharged on account of disability, by order of Gen. Gillmore, Feb. 11, '64; subsequently appointed Captain in 1st Reg't Vet. Vols., Hancock's Corps.
1st Lieut. George W. Barber, Dunkirk, furlough granted from Feb. 26, '63, 10 days; in command of Detachment, Botany Bay Island, S.C., from Jan. 17 to Feb. 21, '64; commissioned Captain but not mustered; absent sick from May 28. '64; honorably discharged, War Dep't, October 4, '64.
2d Lieutenant George W. Fox, Dunkirk, furlough granted from Mach 23,'63, 12 days; sick at Folly Island; discharged Nov. 4, '63.
Sergeant Alroy A. Ticknor, Harmony, promoted Sergeant Major, Feb. 28, '63; 1st Lieut. Co. A, Oct. 11, '64; Capt. Co. B, March 8, '65; Provost Marshal 10th A.C., Staff of Maj. Gen. Terry from March 30, '65.
Sergeant William A. Judson, Portland, promoted Regimental Commissary Sergeant, Jan. 31, '64; constantly on duty.
Sergeant Chauncey W. Hawley, Dunkirk, furlough of honor granted from Dec. 12, '63 to Jan. 15, '64; promoted 2d Lieutenant Co. G, Jan, 14, '65; 1st Lieut. from April 9, '65; Military Conductor on R.R. from May 20, '65; transferred Co. I, 3d N.Y.V., June 4, '65.
Sergeant Frank L. Wilson, Westfield, died of typho malarial fever, camp Suffolk, Va.,, Nov. 3, '62.
Sergeant George H. Dixon, Westfield, promoted 1st Sergeant, March 15, '63; furlough from October 23, '63, 20 days; 1st Lieut. Oct. 13, '64; A. Adjutant March 10, '65; Captain Co. A, April 24, '65; transferred 3d N.Y. Vol., June 14, '65.
Corporal Charles H. Hull, promoted Sergeant Nov. 5, '62; 1st Sergeant March 5, '65.
Corporal Alfred O. Ellis, Portland, promoted Sergeant March 18, '63; Color Sergeant Nov. 21, '63; 1st Lieutenant Co. D, Jan, 4, '65; in command Co. B, from Feb, 28, '65.
Corporal Thomas S. Rolph, Portland, wounded in hip, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; absent since.
Corporal Joseph W. Buffum, Dunkirk, wounded in shoulder, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; discharged on account of wound, Jan. 17, '65.
Corporal Silas W. Chapman, Cherry Creek, promoted Sergeant Oct. 12, '64; sick from April 8, '65.
Corporal Volney J. Pratt, Dunkirk, sick and sent to Gen. Hospital June 29, '63; discharged from hospital Feb 18, '64.
Corporal John M. Wood, Portland, mail carrier from Dec. 28, '62; in ranks from Dec., '62; furlough from Oct. 18 to Nov. 17, '64.
Corporal William C. Baldwin, Dunkirk, sick at Folly Island; sent to hospital N.Y. Harbor. Sep. 30, '63; discharged April 30, '64; died at Dunkirk, N. Y., May 2, '64, chronic diarrhea.
Wagoner William Kloet, Dunkirk, with the Regiment through service.
Musician Chas. D. Kimball, Harmony, absent sick from July 20, '63 to Feb., '64.

PRIVATES

Nash Abbot, Stockton, in Ambulance Corps, Feb. 5, '63; with Regiment at Folly Island; sick and sent to Gen. Hospital; died at Beaufort, S.C., Nov. 18, '63.
Amos A. Ames, Dunkirk, sent to Gen. Hospital, April 28, '63; discharged June 4, '63, hemorrhage of stomach.
Henry Baldwin, Dunkirk, wounded in hip, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; died of wound, June 18, '64.
James M. Baldwin, Dunkirk, in hospital from December 28, '63 to April, '64; promoted Corporal, Oct. 12, '64; Sergeant Feb. 9, '65.
Fredrick Bartmann, Dunkirk, wounded in bowels, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; died of wounds, June 3, '64.
Thomas Binns, Busti, killed in battle, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Augustus Blood, Portland, promoted Corporal March 5, '63; in ranks Nov. 23, '64; clerk at Judge Advocate's office, March 29, '64 to May 1, '64; at Brigade Hd. Qrs. from May 1, '64; in Ambulance Corps from Oct. 18, '64.
George W. Blood, Lockport, Hospital Nurse, Jan. 4, '63; promoted Corporal but declined; in Q. M. Dep't from March 9, '65.
Samuel P. Bloomfield, Portland, Ambulance Corps, Feb. 5, '63; sent to hospital May 20; died Oct. 1, at Hampton, fever.
Levi S. Brownell, Dunkirk, absent sick from July 30 to Sept., '63; wounded in knee while on duty, Bermuda Hundred, May 20, '64; in hospital till close of service.
Frank C. Bullock, Portland, promoted Corporal Nov. 6, '62; sick at Folly Island and died Aug. 31, '63, fever.
Larry Burns, Dunkirk, discharged to enlist in Howard's Battery, Oct. 26, '62.
James Cahall Dunkirk, wounded in hip, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; died of wounds at Philadelphia, June 25, '64.
Orrin Camp, Dunkirk, killed by enemy while on duty near Hatcher's, Va., May 24, '64.
William S. Clark, Jamestown, sent to Gen. Hospital Feb. 9, '63; discharged Aug. 21,'63, disability.
Michael Coney, Dunkirk, promoted Corporal Feb. 9, '65.
William H. Cross, Dunkirk, detached in 7th Mass. Battery, Oct. 22, '62, and killed while serving in battery at siege of Mobile, April 1, '65.
Dan'1 L. Cummings, Bath, Steuben Co., absent sick from July 30, '63 to June, '64; promoted Corporal Oct. 12, '64; Sergeant, March 6, '65.
William Deplege, Arkwright, Hospital Nurse from Dec, 16, '62 to May, '63; in hospital from June 29, '63 to Sep., '63; furlough from Dec. 12, '63, 20 days; on duty at Headquarters 1st Div., 24th A.C., from Oct., '64; died as Faison's, N.C., March 23, '65, fever.
Joy Douglas, Dunkirk, absent sick from March 3, '64; on duty in hospital, Hampton, Va., till close of service.
James A. Dwyer, Dunkirk, sent to hospital Dec. 7, '64; died at Point of Rock, Va., Dec. 29, '64.
Alfred Fairchild, Busti, detailed as musician at Suffolk; Orderly, 10th A.C. Hospital from Jan. 31, '65.
Thomas S. Fisher, Harmony, promoted Corporal March 1, '65.
Byron M. Flagg, Stockton, sent to hospital June 26, '63; transferred V.R.C. Oct. 19, '63.
Benjamin Frasier, Dunkirk, detached in 7th Mass. Battery, Oct. 26, '62; returned at expiration of service.
Henry F. Frasier, Dunkirk, detached in Mass. Battery, Oct. 26, '62; returned at expiration of service.
Reuben Frasier, Dunkirk, detached in 7th Mass. Battery, Oct. 26, '62; returned at expiration of service.
Eli S. Gates, Dunkirk, Craney Island Hospital Sep. 18, '62; Hospital Nurse, Oct. 13, '62; discharged from hospital March 14, '63.
Charles Gautcher, Dunkirk, in Follet's Battery, Oct. 4, 62; rejoined Nov.; wounded through arm, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined Oct., '64.
Henry Grebb, Dunkirk, absent sick from June 29, '63 to Feb., '64; absent sick since June 25, '64.
Charles L. Hecox, Dunkirk, sick at Suffolk and discharged Dec. 10, '62, rheumatism.
John J. Hunt, Dunkirk, Corporal Sep. 20, '63; bugler Oct. 1, '63; principal musician May 1, '65.
John Johnson, Dunkirk, promoted Corporal March 5, '65.
William Johnson, Cherry Creek, sent to Gen. Hospital July 7, '63; died Portsmouth, Va., July 29, '63, fever.
William Jones, Kiantone, Hospital Nurse from Dec. 4, '62 to Oct., '63; wounded, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; discharged on account of wound Feb. 8, '65.
John Kelley, Dunkirk, wounded Cold Harbor, June 1, '64, arm and hip; discharged Feb. 15, '65.
Charles Koepke, Dunkirk, absent in hospital from June 1, '64 to March, '65.
William R. Laine, Portland, killed in battle, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Charles W. Lawrence, Silver Creek, sick at Folly Island from effect of sunstroke; sent to hospital; died at Hilton Head after being discharged, May 6, '64, brain disease.
Andrew Link, Dunkirk, Corporal March 30, '64; wounded June 1, '64, hand; absent since.
George J. Measor, Dunkirk, constantly with Regiment.
Thomas McCormick, Dunkirk, detached as Hospital Nurse, Wilmington, from March 7, '65.
Charles F. Mulling, Dunkirk, absent sick from June 29, '63 to March, '64.
Lester Merriman, Sheridan, detailed in Follett's Battery, Oct. 4, '62; died Oct. 29, '62.
Azariah Mills, Dunkirk, sent to Gen. Hospital June 29, '63; transferred V.R.C., Aug. 22, '63; since died.
Charles L. Norton, Westfield, sick at Folly Island, discharged March 5, '63, disease of brain.
Welcome L. Patterson, Dunkirk, furlough granted from Feb. 20, '63; absent since.
William Pease, Dunkirk, killed at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Charles Pecor, Portland, taken prisoner at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; released March, '65.
David Peck, Busti, in 7th Mass. Battery, Oct. 22, '62; rejoined Company, Nov., '62; absent sick from May 23, to Sept., '64; detailed to duty in hospital, Wilmington, March 10, '65; died at Wilmington.
Almond Ploss, Harmony, killed, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Harvey Potter, Portland, died at Camp Suffolk, Va., Nov. 4, '62, typhoid fever.
Charles Price, Dunkirk, Officers' Cook from Dec. 5, '62 to Oct., '63; Cook at 18th Corps Headquarters from Sep., '64; in hospital Oct., '64; absent since.
John R. Rolph, Portland, furlough granted from June 21 to July 29, '63; in Pioneer Corps, 2d Div., 10th A.C., from Jan. 13, '65.
Christian Russ, Dunkirk, died in hospital Folly Island, Oct. 11, '63; fever and dysentery.
George Schneider, Dunkirk, on duty constantly.
Caleb H. Schaffer, Fredonia, died at Folly Island, Nov. 23, '63, diarrhea.
Nathaniel J. Shaw, Dunkirk, promoted Sergeant March 30, '64; left Regiment while at Fort Richmond, N.Y., Nov.12, '64.
Moses L. Sherman, Dunkirk, discharged on account of accidental loss of three fingers in Camp Suffolk, Va., Feb 21, '63.
Gilman Shirley, Dunkirk, killed, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Thomas Smith, Sheridan, sent to Gen. Hospital, Feb. 9, '63; transferred to V.R.C., April 10, '64.
Paul Squimer, Dunkirk, died at Camp Suffolk, Va., Dec. 15, '62, typhoid fever.
Wilson P. Tenney, Hanover, wounded arm and breast, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined Jan., '65.
Dewitt C. Tew, Stockton, telegraph service from Nov. 20, '63 to May, '64; killed at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Barney Thompson, Dunkirk, constantly with Regiment.
Charles F. Toles, Sheridan, sick and sent to hospital June 29, '63; on duty in hospital till close of service.
Silas N. Toles, Sheridan, absent sick from July 30 to Nov. 12, '64; promoted Corporal Nov. 26, '64; Sergeant March 5, '65.
Milo J. Tripp, Harmony, with Regiment through service.
John O. Warner, Portland, Corporal Sept. 20, '63; absent sick from May 3 to Sept. 8, '64; Color Corporal and killed in battle, Sept. 29, '64, New Market Heights.
Melvin Welch, Dunkirk, discharged to enlist in Howard's Battery, Oct, 26, '62.
William Welch, Sheridan, discharged to enlist in Howard's Battery, Oct. 26, '62.
Frank G. Wheeler, Dunkirk, promoted Corporal March 18, '63; in ranks April 7, '64; sent to hospital sick Feb. 25, '65; died on board transport from Wilmington, N.C., for New York, April 11, '65.
Lamott Wheeler, Poland, absent sick from June 15 to Oct '64; promoted Corporal Feb. 9, '65.
Francis Wilson, Dunkirk, wounded in head June 1, '64, Cold Harbor; rejoined Jan., '65; absent sick from May 19, '65.
John A. White, Portland, absent on recruiting service from Aug. 12, '63; absent through service.
Orlin Wood, Harmony, sent to Gen. Hospital June 29, '63; transferred V.R.C. Aug. 22, '63.
John Wright, Laona, promoted Corporal April 28, '64; wounded, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; arm amputated; absent since.
Edmund Watts, Jamestown, joined Regiment Dec. 6, '62 ; in Q.M. Dep't, helper through service.

RECRUITS

RECIEVED TO MARCH 31, 1864.
Peter Scheible, New York City; Charles Gebhardt, New York City; Orrin Blood, Hanover, promoted Corporal March 18, '65; D. Mulvihill, North East, Pa., wounded June 1, '64; rejoined Oct., '64; Robert Henry, Canada West, killed by enemy while on duty near Petersburg, June 25, '64; Levi E. Tenny, Athens, Pa.; Frank Whalon, unknown, wounded June 1, '64; absent since.
AT BERMUDA HUNDRED, MAY 8, 1864.
Fred P. Boynton, Fredonia; John S. Lathrop, Jamestown; Lavergne F. Gardiner, Laona; George W. Lewis, Fredonia; Augustus F. Gardner, Laona.
AT CHAPIN'S FARM, JANUARY 4, 1865.
Matthew Mallory; Peter Almasher; William Schmidt; John Considine; George McIntosh; Matthew Flynn; John Troy; George E. Terry; Wm. Gleode; Matthew Collins; Philip Smith; Charles Shaver; Frank Fancy; Wm. O'Neil; G.W. Shirley; George Fath; William Racine; Joseph Burden; Baptiste Jerome; Samuel W. Hudson; Rich'd B. Hawkins, Feb. 5, Providence R.I.; Stephen Mills, Feb. 5.
AT FAISON'S STATION, MARCH 28, 1865.
Thomas Anderson; Charles Adolph; George Dietrich; Petrel Dorcas; John H. Degan; Thomas Elk; Adam Fries; John Vogel; Henry Huber; Louis H. Hertz; Stanislaus Kopper; Alonzo Loucks; George Langworth; John H. Moe; John Reinhardt; August Shuman; Conrad Schweisler; Max Schwentzauer; Emil Seiler; George F. Tropp; Lewis Young.

OFFICERS IN COMMAND AT CLOSE OF SERVICE

Captain Joseph C. Russ, transferred to 3d N.Y.V.; 1st Lieutenant Chauncey W. Hawley, transferred to 3d N.Y.V.; 2d Lieutenant Ammon B. Cobb, transferred to 3d N.Y.V.; Sergeant Charles H. Hall; Sergeant Silas W. Chapman; Sergeant J.M. Baldwin; Sergeant Silas N. Toles; Sergeant Dan'l L. Cummings; Corporal Thomas S. Rolph; Corporal Andrew Link; Corporal John Wright; Corporal Lamott Wheeler; Corporal M. Cooney; Corporal John Johnson; Corporal Thomas S. Fisher.

COMPANY H

Company H was principally recruited by J.G. Palmiter, who, at a public meeting held in the Town of Chautauqua, came forward and volunteered himself, and thereby induced a large number to volunteer with him; at three subsequent meetings the Company was nearly filled, and Mr. Palmiter was appointed Captain. Edgar F. Smith and Loren T. Damon recruited a portion of the Company. The first man was enrolled August 16, and the Company complete August 28, 1862, at which date it was mustered into the service. Lieutenants Damon and Smith were honorably discharged the service in the winter of 1862-3. The Company originally numbered 103 officers and men. On the field report for October, 1862, 101. 14 died of disease, and 19 by casualties of battle. 67 of the original number are supposed to be living. 54 recruits were received at various times.
Captain Palmiter died at Jamestown, N.Y., August 1st, 1864, aged 54 years. He was born in Oneida Co., but his youth was principally spent in Herkimer Co., where he attended Fairfield Academy. His residence in this County dates from the year 1835. He was a man of clear, vigorous perceptions, good judgment, and highly respected for his moral worth. At an age when he might reasonably have considered himself exempt from the terrible exertions and sufferings which the active prosecution of war inevitably entails, he voluntarily gave himself to the service of his country, and having no experience whatever in the duties which devolved upon him as the leader of a company of his fellow countrymen, he set himself to learn them with all the ardor of youth, and in the trying position in which he was placed, he was as a father and friend as much as a commanding officer to the noble young men under his charge.
Through nearly two years of this rude, unnatural life, he was faithful in every situation, enduring manfully and with the uniform cheerfulness of youth the exposures, the toils, the sufferings, the sickness incident to our condition. He often endured much of physical suffering by reason of sickness while in camp, but amid it all, he had a smile for all his friends who called to see him, and was ever more inclined to talk about other matters
than his own physical infirmities. His character was high in tone and pure in principles. Every one who made his acquaintance respected him.
After the battle of Cold Harbor, in which he was severely wounded through the arm, he was sent to Washington and there granted a furlough to his home. It was hoped that his wound would soon heal and he be restored to the service; but the shock to his nervous system was such that he did not rally, and after a painful illness he gradually sunk and passed away to his rest, with the bright hopes of an everlasting life cheering and sustaining him. He leaves a wife and one son to mourn his departure.
Lieutenant George W. Edmonds was the son of William and Lucy Edmonds, of Chautauqua. A young man, of vigorous, energetic character, who had improved well the limited advantages of his youth, he went to New York City as a clerk in 1860, and after a residence there of somewhat more than two years returned to the County in the summer of 1862, to enlist in the Regiment then forming. He was made 1st Sergeant at the organization of this Company, and after the resignation of Lieutenant Smith received promotion as 2d Lieutenant, and in the spring of 1864 as 1st Lieutenant. He was a cool, fearless officer, often detailed to duties that required the highest courage and discretion. His moral and religious character shone conspicuous amid the temptations of camp life, and he has left a memory behind him which will be ever fragrant to all his associates. While directing the portion of the line of skirmishers under his charge on the 27th October, near Darbytown Road, in the midst of a galling fire pressing it slowly up toward the enemy's works, he was shot through the head and killed instantly. His remains were secured and forwarded home for interment.

ORIGINAL ROSTER AND CHANGES

Captain John G. Palmiter, Jamestown, absent sick from July 30 to Sept. 14, '63; wounded in arm, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; sent home to Jamestown, N.Y., on sick leave; died Aug. 1, '64.
1st Lieutenant Loren T. Damon, Jamestown, honorably discharged at Camp Suffolk, Va., Jan. 23, '63, physical disability.
2d Lieutenant Edgar F. Smith, Mayville, resigned and honorably discharged the service, Dec. 29, '62.
Sergeant George W. Edmonds, Mayville, promoted to 2d Lieutenant Jan. 20, '63; absent sick from July 30 to Nov., '63; in command of Co. C from Feb. 28 to April 1, '64; 1st Lieutenant May 31, '64; recommended for Captain Oct. 17, '64; killed in battle, Darbytown Road, Oct. 27, '64.
Serg't Egbert Denton, Chautauqua, 1st Serg't May 8, '63; absent sick from July 8, '63 to Feb., '64; wounded in battle, Sept. 29, '64; leg amputated. Recommended for promotion.
Serg't Alvah Matthews, Chautauqua, absent sick from July 30 to Oct. 14, '63; sick at Folly Island; discharged at Jacksonville, Fla., March 6, '64, chronic diarrhea.
Serg't John Bly, Sherman, discharged at Suffolk, Va., Jan. 3, '63, physical disability.
Serg't Wait J. Stevens, Mayville, in Q.M. Dep't from Aug. 27, '63 to May 4, '64; wounded in hand, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; discharged from hospital May 19, '65.
Corporal Edward A. Dutcher, Chautauqua, promoted Sergeant May 8, '64; on recruiting service, N.Y. State, from Dec. 31, '63 to May 4, '64; wounded in leg, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; discharged from hospital May 19, '65.
Corp'l Chester S. Hannum, Mayville, promoted Sergeant May 8, '63; absent sick from July 30 to Oct., '63; wounded through side, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; died on the field, June 2, '64.
Corp'l Robert L. Coe, Sherman, absent sick from June 29 to Aug. 4, '63; killed at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Corp'l Marcus VanNess, Sherman, died of enteritis at Camp Suffolk, Va., Nov. 11, '62.
Corp'l John Ellis, Mayville, discharged at Suffolk, Va., Dec. 9, '62, old fracture of leg.
Corp'l Charles H. Tucker, Mayville, promoted Sergeant Jan. 22, '63; wounded in skirmish at siege of Suffolk, April 13, '63; died in hospital of wound, April 14.
Corp'l William C. Keyes, Mayville, promoted Sergeant March 30, '64; furlough of honor, 20 days from Oct. 23, '63; killed at Cold Harbor, June 1,'64.
Corp'l Frank McCowl, Chautauqua, promoted Sergeant Jan. 14, '64; wounded in hand, June 1, '64; absent till Sept., '64; promoted 1st Lieutenant March 29, 65.
Musician James T. Marshall, Hartfield, absent in hospital from March 8, '64 till close of service.

PRIVATES

Robert Adkins, Sherman, killed in battle, New Market Heights, Sept. 29, '64.
Loyal Allen, Chautauqua, died at Folly Island, Nov. 24, '63, chronic diarrhea.
Orrin S. Allen, Harmony, Hospital Nurse from Sept. 20, '63 to April, '64; injured in battle, Sept. 29, '64, explosion of shell.
Wallace Applebee, Clymer, promoted Corporal Jan. 14, '64; killed at New Market Heights, Sept. 29, '64.
Eli C. Beecher, Clymer, promoted Corporal Nov. 12, '62; wounded in leg, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; promoted Sergeant June 14, '64; discharged from hospital, March 14, '65.
William Bloomer, Jr., Chautauqua, constantly on duty.
Amos Burdick, Chautauqua, discharged on account of age, deafness and general debility, Dec. 20, '62.
Frank Buss, Sherman, in hospital from March 2, '63; transferred V.R.C. April 10, '64.
Loyal Bushee, Chautauqua, discharged at Suffolk, Va., Dec. 5, '62, chronic diarrhea.
Kingsley Carpenter, Ellery, on duty in Q.M. Dep't through most of service.
Charles A. Clark, Clymer, in Q.M. Dep't from March 3, '63 to July, '64.
James Combs, Mina, sick at Folly Island, Oct. 20, '63; died at Beaufort, S.C., Nov. 1, '63, dysentery and fever.
Lewis Comstock, Chautauqua, absent sick from Aug. 6 to Nov. '63; in hospital at Beaufort, S.C., from March 8 to Dec., '64; wounded Jan. 15; '65; died of wounds, Jan, 18, '65.
Vernon Covillo, Clymer, discharged at Hampton, Va., May 25, '63, injury to spine.
Charles Crandall, Chautauqua, constantly on duty.
Harry Crandall, Chautauqua, promoted Corporal May 8, '63; in Q.M. Dep't from Nov. 17, '63 to Feb. 23, '64; wounded in groin at Cold Harbor, June 2, '64; in hospital; discharged at Hampton, Va., June 27, '65.
William A. Crandall, Chautauqua, absent in hospital since Dec. 26, '63.
Alonzo Curtis, Stockton, constantly on duty.
Henry B. Cushing, Sherman, in hospital from July 17, '63 to Dec., '63; slight wound in hand, June 1, '64; missing and supposed killed, Sept. 29, '64.
James Davis, Harmony, killed in battle at Carrsville, Va., May 15 '63.
Nehemiah Davis, Harmony, absent sick from June 29, '63 to February 23, '64; absent in hospital from May 10 to June 27, '64; wounded in front of Petersburg in hip by piece of shell, Sept. 21, '64; rejoined Dec., '64; wounded in foot, Jan. 15, '65; in hospital since.
John DeLaine, Chautauqua, wounded in leg, Sept. 29, '64; missing since and supposed to be dead.
Charles Donaldson, Chautauqua, in Q.M. Dep't from Dec. 17, '63 to April, '64; wounded in knee at Cemetery Hill, Petersburg, July 30, '64; died at Hampton, August 12, '64, wounds.
George W. Ellis, Chautauqua, died at Folly Island, Oct. 12, '63, dysentery.
Solomon R. Ellis, Chautauqua, sent to hospital, July 30, '63; discharged at Hampton, Jan. 6, '64.
Benjamin S. Ferguson, Chautauqua, sick and died at Folly Island, Oct. 24, '63, chronic diarrhea.
John C. Fillmore, Chautauqua, constantly on duty.
John E. Freeman, Chautauqua, promoted Corporal Jan. 22, '63; in hospital July 30, '63; killed at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Charles Gorman, Chautauqua, in hospital from June 29, '63 to Aug., '63; in hospital from June 14 to Aug., '64; furlough granted from May 8, '65.
Henry Hays, Chautauqua, died in hospital at Hampton, Va., April 22, '63, diptheria.
Miles Heath, Sherman, promoted Corporal June 14, '64; Serg't March 1, '65.
Perry Heath, Sherman, died at Folly Island, Oct. 18, '63, typho malarial fever.
W. Harrison Hubbard, Sherman, absent in hospital from June 29, '63 to Feb.,'64.
Wm. Henry Hubbard, Sherman, absent in hospital from June 29 to Oct., '63; wounded through body, Oct. 27, '64; died in hospital at Hampton, Va., Nov. 5, '64.
Samuel Hull, Sherman, killed accidentally, Oct. 27, '64.
Bruce Jaquins, Clymer, promoted Corporal April 1, '64; in ranks May 5, '64; guard duty from May 4, '64.
Albert C. Jones, Ellery, wounded in neck at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined Company Sept. 11, '64; promoted Corporal June 14, '64; wounded severely in side Sept. 29, '64; rejoined Company Dec. 30, '64; wounded in hand at Fort Fisher, Jan. 15, '65; promoted Sergeant Jan. 1, '65.
George W. Jones, Ellery, promoted Corporal March 6, '65.
Robert Jones, Chautauqua, on duty at Brigade Hd. Qrs. since Dec. 14, '64.
William B. Jones, Chautauqua, promoted Corporal Jan, 22, '63; disabled by strain and absent in hospital from May 4 to Sept., 64; detailed to hospital duty, Wilmington, N.C., March 65, '65.
Jonas A. Lathrop, Chautauqua, promoted Corporal March 6, '65.
Anson G. Leet, Chautauqua, wounded in leg, accidentally, Suffolk, Va.; sick leave granted from Dec. 16, '62; discharged at Elmira, March 4, '64.
Francis Lewis, Chautauqua, constantly on duty.
William W. Lenox, Chautauqua, died at Folly Island, S.C., Dec. 31, '63, fever.
Perry Lincoln, Chautauqua, absent in hospital from June 29, '63 to Feb., '65.
William H. Lincoln, Sherman, sent to hospital Aug. 6, '63; transferred V.R.C. Aug. 12, '63.
Dwight C. Loucks, Ellery, promoted Corporal Jan, 1, '65.
John G. Mayborn, Harmony, died of typhoid fever at Camp Suffolk, Va., Nov. 10, '62.
Thomas Mayborn, Sherman, detached in 7th Mass. Battery, Oct. 25, '62.
William Mensink, Mina, absent sick from July 31, '64 to Dec., '64.
Conrad H Mertz, Clymer, sent to hospital Sept. 30, '63; died in hospital at Fort Schuyler, N.Y., Oct. 25, '63.
Morris B. Messenger, Sherman, promoted Corporal May 8, '63; absent sick from July 30 to Nov., '63; promoted 2d Lieutenant Jan. 5, '65.
Isaac D. Miles, Chautauqua, sent to hospital Oct. 20, '63; died in hospital at Beaufort, S.C., Dec. 2, '63, chronic diarrhea.
Alexander McKitrick, Chautauqua, promoted Corporal June 14, '64; Sergeant April 9, '65.
Franklin Nichols, Sherman, absent in hospital from June 29, '63 to June, '64; taken prisoner in battle at New Market Heights, Sept. 29, '64; paroled at Annapolis, Oct. 21, '64.
William Ressling, absent sick from July to Sept., '64; promoted Corporal March 1, '65.
Robert R. Risley, Clymer, discharged at Suffolk, Va., Feb. 3, '63, inflammation of hip with scrofula.
Walter S. Risley, Clymer, died at Camp Suffolk, Va., Dec. 18, '62, measles and pneumonia.
James Rhodes, French Creek, wounded in thigh near Fort Fisher, Jan, 14, '65; absent since.
Claudius Ross, Clymer, discharged at Suffolk, Va., May 27, '63, diptheria.
Jacob Ruch, Chautauqua, wounded severely in back at Darbytown Road, Oct. 27, '64; rejoined April, '65; promoted Corporal May 1, '65.
Saxton E. Skinner, Sherman, Q.M. Dep't Sept. 8, '63; on Provost Guard from May, '64.
Edson M. Smith, Stockton, absent sick since June 1, '64.
William F. Smith, Clymer, wounded fracture of right thigh, June 1, '64; died at Armory Square Hospital, Washington, D. C., of wounds, June 21, '64.
Nicholas Sower, Chautauqua, absent sick from June 29 to Aug., '63; promoted Corporal March 30, '64; in ranks by his own request, April 1, '64; wounded in head, Cold Harbor, June 4, '64; rejoined Sept. 27, '64.
Aaron D. Stebbins, Sherman, absent in hospital since July 31, '63.
David H. Stebbins, Sherman, absent sick from Aug. 16 to Dec. '64; promoted Corporal May 1, '65.
Julius Stebbins, Sherman, died at Suffolk, May 31, '63, diptheria.
William J. Stearns, Sherman, absent in hospital from June 29 to August, '63; on hospital duty from Sept. 16, '63 to March, '64; promoted Corporal Jan, 1, '65.
John C. Stowell, Chautauqua, sent to hospital July 8, '63; recovered and on duty in hospital till close of service.
Alonzo Sullivan, Clymer, promoted Corporal Jan. 14, '64; Sergeant April 9, '65; furlough granted from May 9, '65.
Stephen D. Taber, Chautauqua, wounded in hand and arm Sept. 29, '64; promoted Corporal March 29, '65; detached as officer in 1st Brig., 3d Div., U.S.C.T., since April 9, '65.
Jared N. Tillotson, Sherman, wounded in leg, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; discharged from hospital April 10, '65.
William P. Tinkcom, Mayville, clerk in Adjutant's office through service; on recruiting service, N.Y. State, from Dec. 21, '63 to May 4, '64.
Elijah P. Thompson, Clymer, sent to hospital June 29, '63; discharged from hospital, David's Island, N.Y., April 17, '64, for disability.
George A. Thompson, French Creek, absent sick July 30, '63; taken prisoner at Cox's Bridge, N.C., March 24, '65; returned to Camp Parole, Annapolis, Md.
George Thompson, Chautauqua, killed by shell at Black's Island, S.C., Sept. 26, '63.
Thomas J. Upton, Clymer, sent to hospital June 29, '63; discharged from hospital Sept. 18, '63, disability.
Caleb Wallace, Sherman, on duty in hospital from Sept. 29, '64 till close of service.
Nelson L. Wallace, Chautauqua, killed, Cold Harbor, Va., June 1, '64.
John Wanshouse, Clymer, discharged at Folly Island, S.C., Nov. 11, '63, chronic diarrhea.
Samuel O. Wilcox, Chautauqua, sent to hospital June 29, '63; died at Hampton, Va., July 5, '63.
John Wise, Chautauqua, constantly with Regiment.
Orwell Whitney, Chautauqua, detailed in 7th Mass. Battery, May 27, '63 died at Washington, D.C., Nov. 11, '63.

RECRUITS

RECEIVED TO MAY 31, '64.
Silas P. Hill, Ellicott, April 8; absent sick from Aug.16 to Dec., '64; Edward Burch; William Weatherly; Newton Harrington, Carroll; Hayden Benchley; DeWitt C. Smith; Henry Watkins; Albert Warren; Isaac J. Storer.
RECEIVED NEAR PETERSBURG, VA., SEPTEMBER 21, 1864.
Enoch Russel, Chautauqua; Isaiah Gelvin, Crawford Co., Pa.; Emilus Bushnel, Sherman; William Kinniston, Carroll; Samuel Kinniston, Carroll; Rollin W. Abbey, Frewsburg; James Pangborn; Albert Adams, Sherman.
AT CHAPIN'S FARM, JANYARY 3, 1865.
John Lochler; Valentine Breyer; Louis Kramer; Thomas Kelley; Paul Ignatz; Emil Gerard; William O'Brien; Peter Bolin; Denis Belanger; Stephen Lafrican; William A. Beck; Cyprian A. Marcon; Jacques Sansouci; Byron Stickney; Patrick Durken; Patrick O'Brien.
RECEIVED AT FAISON'S STATION, MARCH 18, 1865.
Lewis Apple; Napoleon Archibald; Joseph Belinger; Eugene Baden; John Conly; James Daily; Charles Douglass; Trancis Disce; Charles Green; Joseph Gammon; Francis Husted; Thomas Kuhn; Oliver LaCross; Charles McVey; William McCann; John Scarbrau; Gottleib Schneider; Lewis Thomas; John Whalon; George Whitbee; David B. White, Watertown, N.Y., promoted Lt. Col. 81st N.Y.V.

OFFICERS IN COMMAND AT CLOSE OF SERVICE

Captain Heman S. Fox; 1st Lieutenant Frank McCowl; 2d Lieutenant Morris B. Messenger; Sergeant Egbert Denton; Sergeant Albert C. Jones; Sergeant Miles Heath; Sergeant Alonzo Sullivan; Sergeant Alex. McKittrick; Corporal William J. Stearns; Corporal Dwight C. Loucks; Corporal William Ressling; Corporal Jonas A. Lathrop; Corporal George W. Jones; Corporal Samuel D. Taber; Corporal Jacob Ruch; Corporal David H. Stebbins.

COMPANY I

Company I was principally recruited in the towns of Pomfret and Stockton, by William H. Green and Lyman J. Parker, between the 25th August and the 1st September, 1862. John C. Mullett, of Fredonia, was the choice of the Pomfret men for Captain, but on account of some town feeling on the part of the Stockton men, he withdrew, and Charles H. Oley, a resident of New York City, at the time of the Company being recruited traveling in this County, who had some experience in the State Militia, and was recommended by the County Military Committee, was chosen Captain. Captain Oley labored faithfully to promote the discipline and efficiency of his Company. At Suffolk he was frequently detailed on engineering duty. At Petersburg, July, 1864, he was taken sick and sent to hospital at Hampton, Va., where he was honorably discharged on account of disability, Nov. 23, 1864. 1st Lieut. Parker was promoted Captain of Company C, in the month of July, 1864, to the command of which he had been assigned at the commencement of the Spring campaign. In this situation he displayed the highest qualities of a Company Commander, and while fearlessly doing his duty amid the terrible carnage on the 29th September, be was struck by a fragment of shell over his right eye, producing violent concussion of the brain, the result of which was, he was compelled to resign his commission early in 1865, and retire from the service. 2d Lieut. Crane rose to the position of Captain in the Company in which he originally enlisted as a private, and after a highly honorable career returned home at the close of the service with his Company. No officer in the Regiment was more constantly on duty or passed through more perilous scenes unscathed than did Captain Crane. The Company originally numbered 94 officers and men. On the field report for October, 1862, aggregate officers and men, 98. Of the original number 23 died of disease, 3 by casualties of battle, and 72 are still supposed to be living. Recruits received at various times, 39.

ORIGINAL ROSTER AND CHANGES

Captain Charles H. Oley, New York City, absent sick from July 5, '63 to Sept., '63; from July 8, '64; honorably discharged at Hampton, Va. on account of disability, Nov. 23, '64.
1st Lieut. Lyman J. Parker, Stockton, absent sick from July 30 to Sept.,'63; assigned command Co. C, May 4, '64; promoted Captain Co. C, July 23, '64; wounded in head, New Market Heights, Sept. 29,'64; discharged Jan. 4, '65.
2d Lieut. Clarence A. Crane, Fredonia, on recruiting service, N.Y. State, from July 24 to Dec. 10, '63; promoted 1st Lieutenant July 23, '64; Acting Adjutant May 17 to June 23, '64; from June 30 to Aug. 1, '64; from Sept, 30, '64 to March 1, '65; in command of garrison, Big Bay Island, S.C., from Dec. 19, '63 to Feb. 25, '64; promoted Captain Co. I, Jan. 3, '65.
Sergeant Amenzo J. Miller, Stockton, absent on sick furlough, 20 days, from Oct. 23, '63; sick in hospital Aug. 24, '64; discharged from hospital Sept. 25, '64.
Sergeant John S. Williams, Fredonia, furlough of honor 20 days from Dec. 14, '63; died at Folly Island, Feb. 1, '64, erysipelas.
Sergeant William H. Crane, Stockton, promoted 1st Sergeant Sept. 25, '64; reduced to Sergeant Feb. 10, '65; ranks March 7, '65; absent in hospital from Sept. 29, '64 to March 14, '65; Clerk at Div. Hd. Qrs. from April 4, '64.
Sergeant James Renne, Fredonia, in ranks Ma 30, '64; wounded in shoulder, Darbytown Road, Oct. 27, '64; absent since.
Sergeant Ammon B. Cobb, Fredonia, wounded in hand, New Market Heights, Sept. 29, '64; promoted 1st Sergeant Feb. 10, '65; 2d Lieutenant Co. G, April 26, '65; assigned to 3d N.Y. Vols., June 14, '65.
Corporal Joel A. Fisher, Stockton, absent in hospital from July 30 to Oct. 14, '63; on recruiting service, N.Y. State, Dec. 21, '63 to May 4, '64; absent in hospital from Aug. 14, '64; in ranks May 7, '65; died in hospital, Hampton, Va., May 9, '65, fever.
Corporal William H. Sprague, Fredonia, in ranks Dec. 16, '62; on duty in Q. M. Dep. from March 23, '64; sick in hospital from Sept. 11, '64.
Corporal Charles E. Duncan, Stockton, died at Suffolk, Va., Nov. 2, '62, gastric fever.
Corporal John K. Hempstead, Fredonia, in ranks Dec. 16, '62; absent in hospital from Jan. 30, '65, on duty.
Corporal James M. Ball, Stockton, Sergeant March 30, '64; wounded in shoulder, New Market Heights, Sept. 29, '64; on guard duty from April 4, '65.
Corporal Cornelius W. Parker, Fredonia, in ranks Feb. 1, '63; sent to hospital from Folly Island, S.C., Oct. 23, '63; died at Beaufort, S.C., Nov. 24, '64, chronic diarrhea.
Corporal J. Francis Goodrich, Fredonia, absent in hospital from Sept. 25, '64.
Corpora1 Reed W. Cummings, Stockton, in ranks Dec. 16, '62; died at Folly Island, S.C., Sept. 12, '63, fever.
Musician John C. Bloomfield, Stockton, absent in hospital from July 30, '63; discharged from hospital Nov. 8, '64, debility.
Musician George E. Gibson, Stockton, principal musician from May 1, '65.
Wagoner Albert C. Fiske, Fredonia, in Q. M. Dep't through service.

PRIVATES

Dexter F. Allen, Fredonia, absent sick from July 30, '63 to Oct., '64.
Josiah F. Allen, Fredonia, discharged for physical disability, Suffolk, Va., Feb. 26. '63.
Truman H. Allen, Fredonia, discharged by reason of irregular enlistment, June 24, '63.
George Apthorp, Fredonia, taken prisoner on picket, Bermuda Hundred, Aug. 25, '64; died at Salisbury, N.C., Nov. 13, '64.
James Apthorp, Fredonia, sent to hospital June 29, '63; sick leave granted; died Fredonia, N.Y., Aug. 20, '63.
Samuel Apthorp, Fredonia, taken prisoner with George, Aug. 25, '64; died Salisbury, N.C., Nov. 2, '64.
William Apthorp, Fredonia, sent to Fredonia, N.Y., on sick leave, Nov. 22, '63; died Feb. 17, '64, chronic diarrhea.
George Bailey, Fredonia, at home sick Sept. 15, '63; transferred V.R.C. Sept, 29, '64.
Henry Barber, Fredonia, detailed as musician from Jan. 22, '64.
John C. Beebe, Stockton, absent sick from July 8, '63 to Oct., '64; in hospital since Dec. 20, '64.
Levi M. Bridell, Fredonia, absent in hospital from Aug. 24, '64 to Feb. 6, '65.
John A. Bockstanz, Dunkirk, absent sick from July 30, '63 to Oct. 20, '64; from Dec. 20, '64 to Feb., '65; detailed to hospital duty, Wilmington, N.C., March 6, '65; died April 8, '65.
Hiram Bolster, Fredonia, on light duty through most term of service.
George Clark, Fredonia, constantly on duty.
Franklin Cramer, Fredonia, discharged at Folly Island, Nov. 11, '63, chronic diarrhea.
George A. Clute, Stockton, taken prisoner, Aug. 25, '64; died at Salisbury, N.C., Jan. 2, '65, chronic diarrhea.
Edwin Davis, Fredonia, wounded in arm, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined March 2, '65; on duty in hospital, Wilmington, N.C., from March 4, '65.
Levi Darby, Fredonia, detailed musician Dec. 20, '62; rejoined Co. Jan. 3, '64; wounded in knee, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; absent since.
Ferdinand W. Dennison, Stockton, in hospital from July 30 to Sept., '63; wounded, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; discharged from hospital April 3, '65.
James Denoyelles, Fredonia, detached in 7th Mass. Battery from Dec. 8, '62; returned June 25, '65.
Noble Doty, Stockton, killed in battle, Cold Harbor, Va., June 1, '64; buried on field.
Norton Dowd, Stockton, died at Federal Point, N.C., Jan. 27, '65, congestive chills.
Henry A. Duncan, Stockton, died at Suffolk, Va., Oct. 7, '62, inflammation of bowels; first death in Regiment.
George Evans, Stockton, absent sick from July 30 to Sept. 14, '63; wounded in hand on picket line May 25, '64.
Christian A. Fandt, Stockton, absent sick from June 29, '63 to Sept., '64; sent to hospital Oct. 5, '64; absent since.
Silas G. Gardner, Stockton, absent in hospital from July 30, '63; discharged from hospital March 23, '65.
August Glasser, Stockton, on duty constantly.
Benj. W. Gosset, Westfield, absent on sick leave from Sept. 25, '63 to Jan. 28, '64; sick and absent since Sept. 28, '64.
Myron Gould, Fredonia, wounded in side Sept. 29, '64; did not leave Company; furlough granted from April 8, '65.
Jerome S Graves, Stockton, in 7th Mass. Battery, Oct, 27, '62; rejoined Dec. 28, '62.
Charles J. Haight, Stockton, in hospital June 29 '63; promoted Corporal, Oct. 25, '63; Sergeant Sept. 25, '64; in hospital from March 15, '66.
Edward A, Hewes, Fredonia, detailed as bugler July 20, '63; died Sept. 29, '63, disease of heart.
Julius B. Hewes, Fredonia, groom from Oct. 28, '62 to Oct. '64; on duty in Q.M. Dep't from Oct. 28, '64.
Elisha A. Herrick, Stockton, on duty in Q.M. Dep't from Nov. 16, '63 to March 4, '64; wounded Petersburg, June 17, '64; transferred V.R.C., Nov. 2, '64.
Marvin G. Holt, Fredonia, detailed musician Dec. 20, '62; sick in hospital from Oct. 22, '63 to Dec. 30, '64.
Henry Ives, Fredonia, promoted Corporal Dec. 22, '63; severely wounded in arm, New Market Heights, Va., Sept. 29, '64; absent since.
Francis J. Kazer, Stockton, Gen. Hospital June 29, '63; promoted Corporal June 1, '64; contusion from fragment of shell, Sept. 29, '64; promoted Sergeant March 7, '65; 1st Sergeant May 1, '65; furlough granted from April 8, '65; recommended for promotion as 2d Lieutenant at close of service.
Loriston J. King, Stockton, discharged at Suffolk, Va., March 5, 63, hernia.
Charles Lewis, Fredonia, promoted Corporal March 7, '65.
Samuel E. Lewis, Fredonia, absent in hospital from July 30, '63 to Sept 2, '64.
Locklin Lowell, Fredonia, discharged at Folly Island, S.C., Nov. 3, '63, chronic diarrhea.
Henry Lash, Fredonia, absent in hospital from Dec. 20, '64.
Fred A. Lindell, Stockton, detailed in U.S. Signal Corps, Dec. 2, '62; promoted Sergeant, U.S.S.C., July 11, '63.
John Mahoney, Fredonia, taken prisoner Sept. 29, '64; paroled and returned to Annapolis, Md., Dec., '64; rejoined Co. at Raleigh, N.C., April 18, '65.
Charles Mercer, Fredonia, absent sick from Dec. 20, '63 to March, '64; wounded in arm, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; taken prisoner at Cox's Landing, Neuse River, March 23, '65; released and rejoined Co. May 12, '65.
Robert Miller, Fredonia, in hospital from May 17, '64; discharged May 22, '65, disability.
Alfred W. Miller, Stockton, absent in hospital from Sept. 28, '64 to March, '65 ; detailed to duty in Q.M. Dep't from April 4, '65.
Hiram P. Morse, Stockton, absent sick from July 30, '63 to Sept. 2, '64.
William W. McLellan, Stockton, sent to hospital July 30, '63; discharged from hospital Nov. 1, '63.
William H. Penhollow, Ellington, absent sick from Oct. 18, '63 to June, '64; in Q.M. Dep't from April 3, '65.
Dorus D. Penhollow, Ellington, promoted Corporal June 1, '64; in ranks Oct, 2, '64; detailed in Q.M. Dep. March 8, '65.
William J. Pierce, Fredonia, Hospital Nurse from Nov. 30, '62 to Jan. 8, '63; died, Folly Island, Oct. 19, '63, chronic diarrhea.
Frederick A. Pierce, Fredonia, Hospital Nurse from Nov. 30, '62 to March 1, '63; in hospital from June 29 to Oct. 14, '63; in hospital Nov. 12, '63 to May, '64; wounded at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64, head and arm; died at White house, June 7, '64.
Barney Philips, Stockton, absent in hospital from July 30, '63; transferred V.R.C. March 31, '64.
Jesse A. Putnam, Fredonia, promoted Corporal Dec. 16, '62; in hospital from May 30, '64.
Israel R. Raymond, Stockton, promoted Corporal March 30, '64; Sergeant, May 1, '65; wounded, contusion of leg, Oct, 27, '64.
Charles E. Randall, Fredonia, promoted Corporal Sept. 25, '64.
Delos D. Richardson, Fredonia, sick in hospital from Sept. 28, '63 to June 5, '64; in light battery from June 5 to Sept., '64; promoted Corporal Nov. 28, '64; absent in hospital from March 6, '65.
Ransom J. Rolph, Stockton, in hospital June 29, '63; Ambulance Corps Sept. 27, '64; with Medical Director from Dec., '64; sick and sent North May, '65.
Amariah C. Russ, Fredonia, promoted Corporal March 7, '65; absent sick from June 1, '65.
George W. Reed, Stockton, sent to hospital Feb. 14, '63; discharged at Hampton, Va.. Aug. 7, '63.
William A, Spear, Stockton, in Ambulance Corps Feb. 5, '63; absent sick from July 30, '63 to Oct. 14, '63; wounded in action at New Market Heights, Sept. 29, '64; taken prisoner and leg amputated by the rebels; returned to Camp Parole, Annapolis, Md., Oct., '64; absent since.
William Steward, Fredonia, promoted Corporal Dec. 22, '63; absent sick from May 3 to Sept. 2, '64; promoted Sergeant March 7, '65.
Henry J. Sweet, Stockton, promoted Corporal Dec. 16, '62; sent to Stockton, N.Y., on sick leave from Folly Island, Sept. 24, '63; sent to hospital and died at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, June 4, '64, chronic diarrhea.
Asa A. Sweet, Stockton, killed at Petersburg, June 25, '64, while on duty.
Sylvester E. Scott, Fredonia, absent in hospital from Dec. 28, '63 to Sept., '64; promoted Corporal May 1, '65.
Charles W Smith, Charlotte, discharged to enlist in Regular Artillery, Oct. 26, '63.
David M. Smith, Stockton, died at Suffolk, Va., Nov. 14, '62, typhoid fever.
Hiram L. Smith, Stockton, detailed to duty in hospital, Wilmington, N.C., March 8, '65; died in hospital, April 9, '65.
Joel D. Tarbell, Fredonia, sent to hospital Oct. 22, '63; sent North and died in hospital at David's Island, N.Y. Harbor, Feb. 17, '64, chronic diarrhea.
Charles E. Teed, Stockton, died of measles at Camp Suffolk, Va., Nov. 23, '62.
Henry C. Teed, Stockton, detailed in 7th Mass. Battery, May 27, '63; rejoined June 25, '65.
John C. Taylor, Fredonia, died at Suffolk, Va., Feb. 15, '63, typhoid fever.
Byron W. Thompson, Stockton, absent in hospital from Aug. 24, '64 to May 4, '65; at 2d Division Hd. Qrs. May 21, '65.
Charles E. Wilson, Fredonia, died at Folly Island, Dec. 12, '63, chr. Diarrhea.
Thomas C. Williams, Stockton, prom. Corp'l Aug. 1, '64; constantly on duty.
William H. Winchester, Stockton, prom. Corp'l Aug. 11, '64; in ranks by his own request, Nov. 18, '64; detached to Div. Hd. Qrs, Feb. 10, '65.
William W. White, Ellington, died at Suffolk, Va., April 25, '63, typhoid pneumonia.
Albert L. Ward, Ellington, left at home sick from Aug. 7, '62; discharged as Elmira, N.Y., May 4, '63, disability.

RECRUITS

AT CHAPIN'S FARM, OCTOBER 15, 1864.
Ephron P. Andrus; Henry J. Braga; Wm. H. Buckhannon; Wm. Carroll; Theodore Compton; John L. Cooper; Edward B. Cooper; Charles Cook; Daniel Cook; John W. Everett; William C. Furgerson; Mortimer Green; James T. Hamilton, wounded in shoulder Oct. 27, '64; in left arm at Fort Fisher, Jan. 15, '65; John W. Haight; George Heady; Earl Harrington; Nehemiah Hodge; George W. Kennada, died April 3, '65, Hampton, chronic diarrhea; Burr Robinson; Charles Whitford; Robert H. Winfield; William H. Bissel, wounded in back, Oct. 27, '64; John Decker; John Duffy; Robert Ammison.
AT FAISON'S STATION, MARCH 18, 1865.
John Beloe; Emil Bonin; Thomas Davis; Thomas Jago; Andrew Kennedy; Matthew H. Mattier; Patrick Murphy; Michael O'Connor; Auto Peska; James Quinn; Robert Scott; Ione Scott; Barney Skinner; Edward Tommey.

OFFICERS ON DUTY AT CLOSE OF SERVICE

Captain Clarence A. Crane; 1st Lieutenant Francis E. Pennock; 2d Lieutenant William Hoyt, recommended at close of service for promotion as 1st Lieutenant; Sergeant Frank J. Kazer; Sergeant James M. Ball; Sergeant William Steward; Sergeant Israel R. Raymond; Sergeant Charles J. Haight; Corporal J. Frank Goodrich; Corporal Henry Ives; Corporal Theodore C. Williams; Corporal Delos D. Richardson; Corporal Amariah C. Russ; Corporal Charles Lewis; Corporal Sylvester E. Scott; Corporal Charles E. Randall.

COMPANY K

Company K was originally recruited by Rev. E.A. Ludwick and George F. Mount, Esq., in the Towns of Hanover, Villenova and Cherry Creek. Company C had already been raised in this district. Toward the latter part of the month of August, several leading citizens of Forestville thought best to attempt to raise another Company in this district, in order to avoid the impending draft. To forward this plan, it was proposed to offer bounties additional to those of the State and General Government, raised by private subscription. After consulting together, these gentlemen went in a body to the Rev. E.A. Ludwick, then having charge of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Forestville, who had already taken an active part in promoting enlistments by public addresses, requesting him to take up the recruiting of said Company and go in command of it. After due deliberation, Mr. L. consented and held his first meeting to recruit for the Company at Smith's Mills, on the evening of August 27th. The result of this evening's work was 17 recruits. Seven days after, on the 2d day of September, the Company having its full quota of 83, was organized at Jamestown. Three other Companies were mustered in the same day, as already stated in the history of Company G.
Lieut. Colville tendered his resignation in January, 1863, and was honorably discharged the service.
Lieut. Mount, during most of the time the Regiment was in Suffolk, had command of Fort McLellan, an earthwork commanding the Summerton Road At Bermuda Hundred, while in command of the picket line when the enemy made a sudden attack upon it the morning of the 25th August, 1864, Lieut. Mount, while bravely rallying his men to repel the enemy, received a mortal wound in the body, surviving only about an hour. In civil life he was a Law Student, and a young man of much promise.
Early in the winter of 1863, Corporal Henry Hull was promoted 2d Lieutenant to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of 2d Lieut. Colville. He was constantly with the Regiment through its various campaigns until the fata1 1st of June, when, on the bloody field of Cold Harbor, he received a severe wound which afterwards proved mortal. He was removed to While House and thence to Washington, where his brother met and did for him all
that filial affection could, but he sunk away gradually, and on the 3d of July closed his eyes in death. His remains were conveyed home, and now rest in the cemetery in the beautiful village of Forestville.
Capt. Ludwick, through a highly honorable military career, rose by successive promotions to the highest position in the Regiment. He lost an arm at New Market Heights, while in command (see History), and at the close of the war led the remnant of the Regiment home, and having done all for his country in her dark hour that a true patriot could do, he again resumes the sacred avocation of Minister of the Gospel, with the heartfelt wish of all his comrades in campaign for his usefulness and prosperity.
The Company had on its first field return an aggregate of 89 officers and men. On the returns for October, 1862, 97. The original number had been increased by transfers from other Companies. Of the original number, 18 died of disease, 10 by casualties of battle, and 69 are supposed to survive. 47 recruits were at different times added to it.

ORIGINAL ROSTER AND CHANGES

Captain Ephraim A. Ludwick, Forestville, promoted Major Aug. 17, '64. See Field and Staff.
1st Lieutenant George F. Mount, Cherry Creek, on duty in Fort McLellan, Suffolk, Va., from Oct, 30, '62; relieved May 22, '63; Ass't Pro. Mar. from May 23, '63 to July 12; absent sick from Aug. 11, '63 to Oct. 14, '63; killed at sortie of enemy on our works at Bermuda Hundred. Aug. 25, '64; remains sent to Cherry Creek.
2d Lieutenant George Colville, Forestville, honorably discharged by command of Maj. Gen. Dix, Jan. 21, '63, Suffolk, Va.
Sergeant Alexander H. Button, Cherry Creek, absent sick from June 29 to Sept., '63 ; prom. 2d Lieutenant Sept. 1, '64; in command Co. C, Jan. 20, '65; Co. K, March 10, '65; appointed 1st Lieutenant, not mustered.
Sergeant David A. Bridges, Hanover, absent sick from June 29, '63 to July, '64; in ranks June 20, '64; absent sick from July, '64 to April, '65.
Sergeant Milan J. Brown, Villenova, promoted 2d Lieutenant Co. E, Jan. '4, '65; 1st Lieutenant Co. C, April 26, '65; assigned to 3d N.Y.V., June 14,'65.
Sergeant Edwin T. Goodwin, Hanover, killed in battle at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Sergeant George H. Green, Hanover, discharged at Folly Island, Dec. 9, '63, by order of War Dep't, to accept position in 35th U.S.C.T.; promoted R.Q.M.
Corporal Loren White, Hanover, prom. Sergeant Jan. 22, '64; furlough of honor granted from Dec. 12, '63 to Jan. 5, '64; killed in battle at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Corporal Artemus Hall, Cherry Creek, absent sick from, July 30, '63 to June, '64; wounded at Fort Fisher, Jan. 15, '65; arm amputated; in hospital till close of service.
Corporal Henry Hull, Forestville, prom, 2d Lieutenant Jan. 21, '63; mortally wounded through chest at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; died in hospital at Washington, D.C., July 3, '64.
Corporal Daniel L. Smith, Villenova, sick and absent since Dec. 2, '63; in ranks Feb. 1, '65.
Corporal George W. Knott, Hanover, in Gen'l Hospital June 29, '63; sick and absent most of term of service.
Corporal George Hadley, Cherry Creek, sent to Gen'l Hospital June 29, '63; absent through most of term of service; in ranks June 20, '64.
Corporal Harlow P. Loomis, Hanover, discharged Feb. 27, '64, to accept position in 35th U.S.C.T.
Corporal Lucius H. Read, Cherry Creek, in ranks Jan. 21, '63; absent sick from June 15 to Dec. '64; absent sick from March 27, '65 through service.
Musician Samuel R. Wilber, Hanover; Brig. Hd. Qrs. Sept. 5, '63; detached on extra daily duty through most of term of service.
Musician Thomas Coffee, Cherry Creek, wounded in arm at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; discharged for disability Feb. 26, '65.
Wagoner Reuben Goldthwaite, Villenova, in Q.M. Dep't, 2d Div., 10th A.C., from Oct. 18, '64 to close of service.

PRIVATES

Thomas Adams, Hanover, prom. Corporal Nov. 5, '64; constantly on duty.
Milo Arnold, Arkwright, absent sick from Dec. 29, '63 to June, '64; wounded in shoulder on skirmish line, Oct. 1, '64; rejoined Dec., '64.
Albert Babcock, Hanover, absent sick from July 30 to Sept. 14, '63; promoted Corporal June 20, '64; Sergeant Nov. 18, '64; furlough from May 8, '65.
Samuel Bush, Ellington, on duty in hospital most of the time to May, '64; killed while 6n duty at Petersburg, June 26 '64.
Julius F. Ballard, Hanover, prom, Corporal Sept. 1, '64; Q.M. Dep't Oct. 17; '63 to March, '64; absent sick from Aug. 24, '64 to Feb., '65; in ranks March 14, '65; Orderly in Q.M. Dep't from March 14, '65.
Theodore Burr, Hanover, wounded at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; leg amputated; died in hospital June 23, '64.
Daniel A. Blanding, Hanover, sick at Folly Island; sent to hospital Oct. 24, '63; died Nov. 20, '63, at St. Augustine, Fla., chronic diarrhea.
Alfred Barber, Hanover, sick at Folly Island, Oct. 20, '63; died at Post Hospital, Nov. 11, '63, paralysis following diarrhea.
George Bentley, Cherry Creek, sent to Gen'l Hospital June 29, '63; discharged from Hampton, Va., July 24, '63.
Lyman Briggs, Cherry Creek, absent sick from May 9, '65; died at Rochester, N.Y., summer of '65.
Joseph W. Boys, Cherry Creek, Ambulance Corps, June 1, '63; Hospital Nurse Aug. 22, '63; Ambulance Corps Sept. 27, '64; in hospital most of service.
Frank Bronson, Villenova, died at Suffolk, Va., Sept. 28, '63, typhoid fever.
Henry J. Corey, Villenova, absent sick from July 28 to Dec., '64; from Jan 15, '65 till close of service.
Risley Cole, Hanover, sent to hospital Dec. 26, '64; died at David's Island, N.Y. Harbor, Feb. 20, '64.
Nelson Cole, Hanover, in Q.M. Dep't 2d Div., 11th A.C., from Jan. 25, '65 to close of service.
Herbert Christy, Hanover, promoted Corporal Jan. 21, '63; Sergeant June 20, '64; on recruiting service from Dec. 21, '63 to May 4, '64; wounded in hand, wrist and back, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; arm amputated; discharged on account of wounds Nov. 9, '64; recommended for 1st Lieutenant at close of service.
Alonzo Carr, Cherry Creek, promoted Corporal Jan. 22, '64; Sergeant June 20, '64; wounded in thigh, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined Nov., '64; absent sick from March 16, '65.
Aaron W. Clapp, Ellington, discharged on account of disability, June 29, '63.
George W. Cook, Hanover, promoted Corporal Feb. 1, '65; absent sick from May 29, '64 to July, '64; hospital from March 15 to May, '65.
James L. Corbett, Villenova, died at Suffolk, Va., Feb. 5, '63, typhoid fever.
Franklin Day, Villenova, hospital July 30 to Sept. 14, '63; promoted Corporal June 20, '64; Sergeant Jan. 4, '65 ; 1st Sergeant May 13, '65; recommended for 2d Lieutenant at close of service.
Moses A. Ells, Cherry Creek, wounded in hand June 2, '64, Cold Harbor; absent since.
John W. Frink, Hanover, discharged at Suffolk, Va., June 10, '63, rheumatism.
Frank Fromyre, Hanover, Orderly to Gen. Vodges, Folly Island, Nov. 27, '63; to Gen. Curtis from June 14, '64; sick in hospital July 30, '64 to March, '65; promoted Corporal May 13, '65.
James D. Findley, Mina, wounded on duty near Petersburg, June 20, '64; arm amputated; absent since.
Fred Fredensten, Sheridan, enlisted in 7th Mass. Battery, Oct. 24, '62.
Martin Faulkner, Villenova, absent sick from July 30, '63 to Aug., '64.
William Ferrin, Cherry Creek, detached in 7th Mass. Battery from May 27, '63; died at home Aug 14, '64.
John Guiles, Hanover, wounded July 30, '64, Cemetery Hill, through neck and body; died in hospital, Hampton, Va., Aug. 15, '64.
Avery R. Gould, Cherry Creek, promoted Corporal March 25, '63; killed at Cold Harbor, June 1, '64.
Marion Gardner, Cherry Creek, died in hospital, Folly Island, Oct. 30, '63, fever and dysentery.
Nelson Gage, Hanover, died in hospital, Folly Island, Sept, 13, '63, fever.
Marcus L. Green, Villenova, constantly on duty.
John M. Green, Cherry Creek, prom. Corporal Nov 18, '64.
Henry Howard, Villenova, constantly on duty.
Heber G. Howe, Villenova, detailed to Follet's Battery, Oct. 14, '62; rejoined Dec., '62; sent to Gen. Hospital June 29, '63; discharged from hospital Aug. 31, '63, disability.
Matthew Hodges, Cherry Creek, discharged at Folly Island, Nov. 11, '63, disability.
Charles Higgins, Fredonia, Orderly at Headquarters and Clerk during term of service; discharged on account of injury, May 25, '65.
Michael Himmeline, Chautauqua, wounded at Fort Fisher in leg, Jan. 15, '65; absent since.
Charles Houser, Westfield, absent sick from Nov. 3, '64 to Feb., '65.
William Kilburn, Charlotte, constantly on duty.
Charles A. Lewis, Sheridan, sent to hospital July 30, '64; discharged from hospital May 16, '64, disability.
Oliver O. Little, Villenova, wounded at Fort Fisher Jan. 15, '65, through groin; absent since.
Lewellyn Lewis, Cherry Creek, absent sick from Aug. 7, '63 to May, '64; wounded Oct. 27, '64, Darbytown Road, right axillary.
David S. Lyon, Westfield, sick at home from Sept. 12 to Oct. 21, '62; at Div. Headquarters from Jan 14, '65.
Charles H. Mott, Hanover, enlisted in Follett's Battery, Oct. 12, '62.
Norman A. Mattison, Hanover, sent to hospital June 29, '63; transferred V.R.C. March 1, '64.
Samuel V. Mount, Cherry Creek, promoted Corporal June 20, '64; wounded Sept. 29, '64; rejoined Dec., '64; killed at Fort Fisher, Jan. 15, '65.
Otis A. Mason, Villenova, died at Suffolk, Va., Jan. 9, '63, typhoid fever.
Daniel Nichols, Cherry Creek, wounded at New Market Heights, through arm, Sept. 29, '64; rejoined Dec., '64; wounded in thigh at Fort Fisher, Jan. 14, '65.
Ensign Northrup, Cherry Creek, sent to hospital June 29, '63; absent since.
John F. Oaks, Cherry Creek, wounded in hand and arm, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; rejoined Sept., '64.
Chester Pope, Hanover, left sick Sept. 12, '62; discharged March 26, '63.
Smith Peacock, Hanover, promoted Corporal June 20, '64; in hospital from April 20 to June 18, '64; in hospital Aug. 1; died Aug. 3, '64, at Point of Rocks, Va., fever.
Silas Phillips, Villenova, sent to hospital Aug. 7, '63; died at Hilton Head S.C., May 13, 64, diarrhea.
Henry O. Palmer, Villenova, Hospital Nurse from Dec. 20, '62; absent in hospital from July 30, '63 to May, '64; on duty in Gen. Hospital from Sept., '64 till close of service.
Royal Power, Cherry Creek, absent sick from July 30 to Oct., '63; at Brigade Hd. Qrs. from March 20, '65.
Alonzo H. Power, Cherry Creek, absent sick from July 30 to Oct., '63; wounded in hand, Cold Harbor, June 1, '64; absent since.
Romaine Palmer, Villenova, promoted Corporal, June 20, '64; promoted Sergeant May 12, '65.
James W. Reed, Hanover, constantly on duty.
James Remington, Hanover, promoted Corporal June 20, '64; Sergeant Sept. 1, '64; furlough granted May 8, '65.
Austin H. Stafford, Ellington, Groom from Sept. 15, '62; absent sick from Oct. 7, '64 to April, '65.
Albert A. Stone, Hanover, discharged at Folly Island, Oct. 23, '63, disease of brain; died at home, Nov. '63.
Carlos Smith, Ellington, sick at Folly Island, Dec. 29, '63; died in hospital, April 3, '64.
Samuel M. Sweet, Cherry Creek, in hospital from July 30, '63; discharged from hospital Dec. 12, '64.
Everett Shattuck, Cherry Creek, sent to hospital June 29, '63; died July 20, '63, Hampton Va., neuralgia and fever.
Mahlon D. Thompson, Stockton, absent sick from July 29, '63.
John Tunnell, Hanover, promoted Corporal Jan. 4, '65; wounded in foot, Fort Fisher, Jan. 15, '65; absent since.
Samuel Thurston, Hanover, sick at Folly Island, Dec. 26, '63; discharged from hospital May 16, '64.
Joseph L. Tabor, Hanover, absent sick from Aug. 24, '64 till close of service.
Austin L. Topliff, Hanover, in Q.M. Dep't Oct. 17, '63; assigned to 35th U.S.C.T.; Sergeant Major Feb. 23, '64.
Darius Warner, Dewittville, constantly on duty.
Nelson Woodworth, Cherry Creek, on duty in hospital from Nov. 17, '62 to Sept., '64; absent in hospital from Jan. 12, '65.
Benj. Whipple, Hanover, absent sick from July 30 to Oct., '63; telegraphic service Nov. 22, '63 to April, '64; promoted Sergeant June 20, '64; 1st Sergeant Jan. 4, '65; 2d Lieutenant May 13, '65, Co. B; transferred 3d N.Y.V., June 14, '65.
William Wilson, Hanover, promoted Corporal Sept. 1, '64; wounded, left arm shattered, Darbytown Road, Oct. 27, '64; died in hospital near Jones' Landing, Va., Nov. 5, '64, wounds.
Warham S. Foote, Hanover, died in hospital, Suffolk, Va., Oct, 27, '62, typhoid fever.
Albert J. Losee, Cherry Creek, died in hospital, Suffolk, Va., Oct. 23, '62, typhoid fever.
Richard A. Rockwell, Villenova, died in hospital, Suffolk, Va., Oct, 22, '62, typhoid fever.

RECRUITS

RECEIVED TO MARCH 31, 1864.
Henry Harris, Hanover, absent sick from Sept. 25, '64; F.W. Harris, Hanover, killed in battle Oct. 27, '64; J.G. Maxwell, Sheridan; Alvin W. Wood, Laona; F.L. Scribner, Randolph, wounded in arm June 1, '64; absent since; Henry Sutton, Ripley; George Sutton, Ripley, sick April 12, '64; died of fever, Point of Rocks, Va., July 3,'64.
A FAISON'S N.C., MARCH 18, 1865.
John Munn; Edward Marks; Joseph Tourgon; Edward St. John; John McCarty; Michael Burns; Thomas Conlen; Patrick Rooney; George McKerry; Peter Poulen; Prime Lerose; Louis Dubule; Godfrey Willard; Patrick Curley; Charles Elzie; George Thompson; James Kirkwood; Bryan Moran; James Smith; Alvez Bomert; Henry Schwartzenback; Robert Bragg; Augustus Nolte; Samuel Davis; Robert Gurbur; Joseph Masse; Charles King; Patrick McCorick; Peter Galizer; Antonio Davrate; John Smith; Edward Lenard; Patrick Murphy; John Finnegan; Frank Kane; Patrick Galizer; Henry Ansert; John Williams; Lewis Gardel.

OFFICERS ON DUTY AT CLOSE OF SERVICE

Captain David Sampson; 1st Lieut. Alex. H. Button, (app.); 2d Lieut. _____; Sergeant Franklin Day; Sergeant Alonzo Carr; Sergeant Jerome Remington; Sergeant Albert Babcock; Sergeant Romaine Palmer; Corporal Artemus Hall; Corporal John Tunnell; Corporal J.M. Greene; Corporal Julius F. Ballard; Corporal Thomas Adam; Corporal Henry Howard; Corporal George W. Cook; Corporal Frank Fromyre.

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