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A.MFAL RE PO HT 



OF THE 



ADJUTANT GENERAL 



OF THE 



STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 



FOE, THE YEAR ENDING 



DECEMBEK 31, 1864, 




WHEELING: 

JOHN F. M'DERMOT, PUBLIC PRINTER. 

1865, 



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MILITARY DEPARTMENT. 



His Excellency, 

Arthur I. Boreman, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief . 



Adjutant General, 
Brig. Gen'l Francis P. Peirpoint. 



Quartermaster General, 
Colonel George W. Brown. 



Aids to the Governor, 
Col. Jacob Hornbrook, 
•' William Alexander, 
" H. W. Crothers, 
" J. P. E. B. Smith, 
" Henry K. List, 
" Joseph C Gist. 



Special Aids, 
Col. Henry D. Chapman, 
" Samuel Young. 



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STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, ] 

Adjutant General's Office, 
Wheeling, January 1st, 1865. J 
His Excellency, 

Arthur I. Boreman, 

Governor of West Virginia, 

Sir: — Pursuant to the laws of this State, I have the honor to 
transmit herewith my annual report for the year ending December 
31st, 1864. 

As complete records of the organizations mustered into the 
United States service from this State have never been furnished 
this office by those whose duty it was, which may be attributed to 
many reasons, some of which were mentioned in my former report, s 
I have endeavored to supply these deficiencies by returns from the 
organizations in the field, which, although they may not be con- 
sidered as entirely satisfactory, are the best that I have been able 
to obtain, and by comparing them with the records I already have, 
I find them generally to be correct. There may be some inaccura- 
cies resulting from this fact, that in many instances the records of 
companies have been lost, but these will not materially affect the 
history of any soldier in the service. 

This report is intended to give as nearly a correct record of West 
Virginia organizations in the service of the United States, and 
other matters connected with the military history of the State, as 
it has been possible for me to make under the many embarrassing 
circumstances with which it has been attended, and is presented 
herewith in the appendix in the following order, viz : 

Appendix "A" is a Roster of the field, staff and company officers 
of the several organizations in the United States service from this 
State, showing the changes which have taken place since my last 
report. 

Appendix "B," embraces a record of every Regiment, Battery, 
and Independent Company, with the name of every officer and 
soldier who has ever been in the service of the United States in 
them, since the commencement of the war, (except the 1st Regi- 
ment three months volunteers, and four or five companies of differ- 
ent regiments,) so far as it has been possible for me to obtain the 
same from any source whatever. This portion of my report has 
been compiled from the muster-out rolls of the various organiza- 
tions whose terms of service have expired, and from returns re- 



6 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

ceived from organizations yet in the field. As the regulations of 
the war department do not require mustering officers to furnish 
Adjutant Generals of States with copies of the muster-out rolls of 
troops, as in the case of muster-in, I am indebted to Lieut. Henry 
C. Peck, U. S. mustering and disbursing officer at this post, and to 
his gentlemanly clerks for their kindness in allowing me the use 
of the retain rolls of that office, and for the facilities afforded me in 
procuring the necessary data therefrom. The records of the differ- 
ent organizations compiled from these muster-out rolls, may be 
regarded as entirely correct, showing who were mustered out of 
service, and who are yet remaining ; also, the date and place of all 
deaths, discharges, desertions, &c. The record of those yet remain- 
ing in service, from which no men have been mustered out, is com- 
piled from the returns received from such organizations ; in which 
case I prepared blanks in the form desired, and forwarded to each 
regimental and company commander, with the necessary instruc- 
tions for making out the same, affording them all the facilities I 
could to assist them. To the officers making these returns, I am 
much indebted, for the promptness with which they complied with 
my request ; to the commanding officers of regiments, particularly, 
for the interest they have manifested in having these returns as 
correct as possible. I have added to many of the organizations 
(and shall add to all, if I can procure them in time,) historical mem- 
oranda of the organization and operations of such, and a list of the 
principal engagements in which they have participated. It is not 
pretended, at all, that these memoranda will give more than a faint 
idea of what such organizations have performed, and are not as 
complete as desired, but our troops have been so constantly in 
motion since the opening of the campaign in this department early 
in the spring, that it has been only within the last month or two, 
that I have been able to obtain much of the material from which 
this report is compiled, thus giving me but little time to work upon 
it : indeed, the time has been so short since the officers in the field 
have had an opportunity to furnish me the returns I desired, that 
much which would have been interesting and important, has been 
left out for want of time to prepare it. Injustice may thus be 
done to our brave and gallant troops, but to attempt (because it 
would only be an attempt) to do them justice in writing a history 
of each organization — of the many engagements in which they 
have participated, in which they have gained so much honor for 
themselves, and reflected so much credit upon their noble State : 
to notice the many interesting incidents, the privations and suffer- 
ings, and the many individual acts of gallantry and heroism, would 
require volumes, more than could be allotted to this report. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 7 

I will endeavor to procure the returns from those companies from 
which none have yet been received, and also the information from 
which the regimental histories of the different regiments which have 
not reported, can be prepared in time to add them to this report 
before it is published, (if published at all.) 

Appendix "C" is a Roster of the several Independent companies 
of Scouts in the State, giving the counties for which organized, and 
date of organization. These companies are sworn into the service 
of the State for the term of one year, are paid and provided with 
arms, equipments, &c, by the State; and number from twenty-five 
to fifty, and in two or three of the counties as many as seventy-five 
men each, thus, making over one thousand men in the State service 
in the border counties, without which there could have been no 
enforcement of the civil laws of the State, nor collection of revenues 
for the United States, and the loyal people could not have remain- 
ed at home. Although these companies are maintained at consider- 
able expense to the State, yet I do not think their services could be 
very well dispensed with ; nor do I think the force should be 
diminished. During the past year they have participated in many 
engagements with the guerrillas, and have succeeded very well in 
the protection of those counties for which they are organized, and 
are quite able to do so, except against raids by large bodies of the 
enemy. This service is very arduous and dangerous, and such only 
as can be successfully accomplished by men who have lived in the 
country, who are thoroughly acquainted with it and the inhabi- 
tants. They are instructed to co-operate, as far as practicable, with 
the United States forces, and have proven very efficient as scouts and 
guides for our armies, and generally much more effective for the 
purpose for which they are intended, than our soldiers in the 
United States service would be. During the past year we have 
received many favorable notices of the operations of these com- 
panies from the military commanders in different portions of the 
State. 

Appendix "D" shows a report of the enrollment of this State by 
couuties, which has been kindly furnished me from the office of 
the Acting Assistant Provost Marshal General of the State. 

Appendix "E" exhibits the account of the State with the United 
States respecting the number of men required and furnished under 
the different calls of the President from the commencement of the 
war to the present time. It will be seeu that during the past year 
under the different calls of the President for troops, amounting to 
one million of men, this State has been required to furnish her 
quota, and up to the date of the last call, Dec. 19th, was only defi- 



8 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

cient eight hundred and seventy-five men. This deficiency arises 
from the fact that quotas were assigned to counties yet under con- 
trol of the rebels, to such an extent, at least, that the attendance 
of drafted men could not be compelled, for which reason the 
draft in those counties was suspended, and the additional reason 
perhaps, that to attempt an enforcement of a draft in those coun- 
ties, would add more recruits to the rebel armies than to ours. 
Living, as these men are, upon the border, an attempt to enforce a 
draft would give them a pretext for forming themselves into guer- 
rilla bands, and render those counties much worse than they now 
are. There have been but thirty-six (36) men drafted and held to 
service in this State, since the commencement of the war. The 
patriotism of the people of West Virginia is not surpassed by any 
in the Union, and none, perhaps, can show a better record in this 
respect. Every effort has been made to fill each call for troops by 
voluntary enlistments; and for this purpose large bounties have 
been paid by nearly every county in the State. By comparing this 
statement with tffb enrollment of the State, it is only a matter of 
surprise, considering the many disadvantages under which it has 
labored, that so many men have been furnished. At the commence- 
ment of the war, whole regiments were organized and mustered 
into the United States service, from portions of the State at the 
same time occupied by rebel troops, and recruiting for both armies 
going on in the same county ; our border counties continually 
overrun by guerrillas, murders and thefts being daily occurrences, 
— and, indeed, in some of our more interior counties, this is true, — 
insomuch that it would seem, that it would require every loyal 
man to remain at his home for the protection of his family. Many 
more of our soldiers in the field would have re-enlisted during the 
past year, had it not been for the wail that come to them from their 
families, of the indignities which they were receiving from these 
bands of guerrillas, horse thieves and murderers 

Under the call of the President for 300,000 men, dated December 
19th, 1864, the quota of the State is 3,119 ; in this, however, are 
included the counties in which the draft had been suspended under 
former calls, and the deficiencies in those counties are added to the 
quota under the present call : at the date of the call of July 18th, 
1864, for 500,000, one, two or three years men, the State had an 
excess of 3,127 three years men, but which under that call were 
counted as only man for man, the years of service, not having 
been taken into consideration. Under the present call the years of 
service are calculated ; the manner in which it is done will be better 
understood by the following letter from the Provost Marshal Gen- 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 9 

eral of the United States to Captain Edward P. Hudson, Acting 
Assistant Provost Marshal General of this State, announcing the 
quota of the State, as follows : — 

"War Department, 
Provost Marshal General's Office, 

Washington, D. C, Dec. 23, 1864. 
Capt, W. P. Hudson, 

Act Ass't Pro. Mar. Gen I, 

Wheeling, W. Va. 
The quota of the State of West Virginia, under the call of the 
President for three hundred thousand men, dated December 19th, 
1864, is (3,119) three thousand one hundred and nineteen. 

This is the number required under the call after taking into 
account the credits to which the State is entitled, by estimating the 
number of years of service furnished by one, two and three years 
men. 

The quota of the 1st District is 4 

'■' " " 2d District is 2862 

" " " 3d District is 253=3,119 

The whole number of years of service furnished by each District, 
and which is to be considered in apportioning the quotas of the 
sub-districts, is : 

1st District, 6639, being an excess of 3893 years of service over 
the number of men furnished. 

2d District, being an excess of years of service over the 

number of men furnished. 

3d District, 2603, being an excess of 1389 years of service over 
the number of men furnished. 

In order to equalize this credit, it will be added to the quota of 
the District in gross, and distributed among the sub-districts, accord- 
ing to the number enrolled in each. This will give the quota of the 
sub-districts, increased by the excess in proportion to the number 
enrolled; but as the number of one, two and three year's men 
respectively, have been furnished without regard to the number 
enrolled, the Provost Marshal will subtract from this gross quota, 
the actual amount of excess of years of service which the sub-dis- 
trict has furnished. 

The enclosed iormula is furnished as a rule for assigning quotas 
to sub-districts. 

Suppose the quota, under the present call, in a given district 
containing (8) sub-districts, is 1 000 men and that the quota in that 
district under the call of July 18, 1864, was 1,600, which was filled 
as follows : 



10 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



SUB-DISTRICTS. 



1st S 


ub-district, 


2d 


ii ii 


3.1 


ei ii 


4th 


ii ii 


5th 


it ii 


6th 


ii ii 


7th 


a ii 


8th 


a u 



. H3 



Period of service. 



200 140 1 

240 1801 

160 80 

260! 120 

ISO] 100 

240 120 

140' 60; 

180l 132! 



20 
10 
12 
30 
10 
20 
10 
24 



Total,. 



11600 



932 136 



40 
50 
4^ 

110 
70 

100 
70 
24 



582 



POO 
= rt !r 



C >> 



O A 



co ,-. rj ^ 
>. W £> re O 



300 
350 
308 
510 
330 
460 
290 
252 



2800 



100 
110 
148 
250 
150 
220 
150 
72 



1200 



It will be seen that the excess of years of service over the num- 
ber of men furnished in the 1st sub-district is 100; in the 2d 100, 
&c. &c Total in district, 1200. 

The total in the district under the present call is 1000, to this 
add the excess 1200, making 2200; then, as the number enrolled in 
the sub-district to its quota ; which quota will be reduced by sub- 
tracting from it, its share of the excess. 

FORMULA. 







lied in 


a, — , 
_ -a 


.5 


c3 
o 


"3 .!* 

'- Z o .:=: 

K d o * 

■S'£ Sfc w 




SUB-DISTICTS. 


2^ *-S . 

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. £ 1 o '/■■ ^ 

C ■/) = co — • 

w-Z \<y b x 


— -u 

*"? 

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g 1 to ; a> *^ 

oo 9i 3 — ~ a> 
O i- a. o> X 


1st Sub-d 


istrict, 


20000, 2200 2400 


264 1100, 164 


2d " 


" 


20000; 2200|2800 


308! HOI 198 


3d " 


It 


20000i.2200'2000 


220 14S 1 72 


4th " 


II 


20000; 22003200 


352 250 ! 152 


5th " 


(1 


20000; 2200 2200 


242! 150; 92 


6th " 


<! 


20000 2200'2800 


208! 220 ! 88 


7th " 


II 


20000! 2200 2000 


220 150 70 


8th " 


II 


20000 


2200.2600 


286 72; 214 


Total 


20000 


2200 2000 


2200 


1200 1000 



The above formula i.? furnished to Boards of Enrollment, as a rule 
by which they will apportion the quotas of sub-districts, and deter- 
mine the amount of credit due them. 

James B. Fry, 

Official : Provost Marshal General. 

George E. Scott, Capl. 1st V. R. C" 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 11 

Thus it will be seen that the real number to be furnished by the 
State under the present call will be small, as the principal part of 
the quota is chargeable to those counties in which a dralt cannot be 
enforced. 

I have prepared no statement of the organization of the militia 
of this State, from the fact that a full statement cannot, at present, 
be furnished. Under the new State organization it is necessary to 
re-number and re-organize the different Regiments, this has only 
been done in the First Division. In many of the other counties it 
will be necessary, where there are two or three Regiments in a 
county to consolidate them, and not being able to tell, under exist- 
ing state of things in those counties, what the real militia force is, 
it has been deemed expedient to defer it for a time. If possible, 
this should be done daring the coming year. The militia laws of this 
State should be compiled and published in pamphlet form, together 
with forms for reports, certificates, and orders of Regimental courts 
making allowances, &c, for the use of the militia. 

On two or three occasions during the past year it has been neces- 
sary to call out the 2d and 3d Brigades of militia, commanded by 
Gen'ls Core and Bunker, to repel expected raids by the enemy, and 
the promptness with which these Brigades responded to the orders, 
and the cheerfulness with which they did duty as soldiers is indeed 
highly commendable. 

By direction of Your Excellency, the flags authorized by the 
Legislature to be procured and presented to different West Virginia 
Regiments, have been purchased at an aggregate cost of $887.25, 
The flags have all been presented, and in return several of the 
Regiments have returned to the State their old battle flags, which 
exhibit the part such Regiments have taken in the many hotly con- 
tested battles in which they have been engaged, and constitute an 
interesting part of the record of their gallantry and devotion to 
their country's cause. Some provision should be made for the care- 
ful preservation of these, as around them cluster many fond 
remembrances, to the soldier, of the gallant dead who have fallen 
under ind around them, of those who have sacrificed their lives for 
their protection. 

The arduous labors performed during the past year by Col's Jacob 
Hornbrook and William Alexander, Aids to Your Excellency, 
should not be passed unnoticed. The services which they have 
rendered to the soldier and his family cannot be estimated. The 
promptness, willingness and fidelity with which these officers attend 
to the wants of our soldiers, visiting them in Hospitals, and in the 
field, doing every thing possible for their accommodation and com- 



12 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

fort is deserving the highest praise. During the past year Col. 
Hornbrook has made eleven visits to the army, and has carried 
home for the soldiers $385,000 and with the amount Col. Alexander 
has thus carried, about $600,000 has been delivered during the year 
to soldiers families, without its costing the soldiers one cent, and 
costing the State only the necessary expenses of these officers in 
traveling. They have also frequently visited our Hospitals and 
inquired into the wants and condition of our soldiers. Within the 
last two or three months Col. Alexander has visited nearly all the 
Hospitals in the United States in which our soldiers were, took a 
memorandum of their condition, and where they were out of the 
Department, through the influence of Your Excellency, procured 
from the Sugeon General, U. S. A., transfers to Hospitals in this 
Department, where they can be visited by their friends and rela- 
tives. This has been very encouraging to the sick and wounded 
soldiers, and no doubt aided much in their speedy recovery. The 
self-sacrificing devotion of these officers for the interests of the sol- 
dier can never be repaid. 

The people of this State have done much through their agents in 
this city and elsewhere, in alleviating the wants of our sick and 
wounded soldiers, in the different Hospitals in this Department and 
in the field ; their liberality in this respect is indeed highly com- 
mendable. The "Ladies Soldier's Aid Society," too, which has 
met weekly in the Capitol Buildings during the past year deserve 
great credit for their untiring efforts in providing for the wants of 
the soldiers. 

I would respectfully beg leave to call the attention of Your 
Excellency to the salary of the clerk in this office, as being entirely 
insufficient under the present advanced prices of boarding, &c, the 
present allowance being only six hundred dollars per annum, for 
which sum it will be impossible to employ a competent clerk. 

The contingent expenses of my office since January 1st, 1864, 
amount to six hundred and fifteen dollars, the amount appropria- 
ted by the Legislature was three hundred dollars. 

Another year of the war has passed, and to West Virginia troops 
the most severe since the commencement. The operations of the 
army in the Department of West Virginia, and in the Shenandoah 
Valley, since the opening of the campaign early in the spring, have 
been of continuous marching and hard fighting. All our troops 
have been sei ving in that department and in the Valley of Virginia 
during the year, (except the 7th Infantry, which has been in the 
army of the Potomac, engaged in all the hard fought battles there, 
and Battery "C") Many of the most severely contested battles, and 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 13 

most glorious victories since the commencement of the war have 
been fought and won, and in each of them the conspicuous gal- 
lantry and bravery of West Virginia troops, has been a subject of 
special notice, and the part they have taken is fully attested by 
their depleted ranks. 

At the battles of Piedmont, New Market, Cloyd Mountain, 
Lynchburg, Winchester, Opequan, Cedar Creek, &c, and in the in- 
numerable skirmishes in which they have been engaged, the best 
blood of the state has been shed. Our offering upon the altar of 
our country has been as great, perhaps, as that of any State in the 
Union, in proportion to its numbers. Upon these battle fields have 
fallen the brave and gallant Colonels Thoburn and Frost, and 
Lieutenant Colonels Morris and Hall, whose names will ever live 
as the gallant friends of human liberty. 

Two of our Colonels, Duval, of the 9th Infantry, and Powell, of 
the 2nd Cavalry, have been appointed Brig. Generals of Vols.; and 
another, Col. T. M. Harris, of the 10th Infantry, breveted Brig. 
Genl.; these for conspicuous gallantry and abilities as officers. Six 
others are commanding Brigades, whilst there are hundreds and 
thousands in the ranks who deserve the highest praise, who have 
won for themselves a reputation of which they may well be proud, 
and a reputation for the State which will make her and her soldiery 
prominent in the history of our national struggle, when it shall 
have been fully written by the impartial historian. Not so much 
of their acts have been portrayed to the public in glowing accounts 
by newspaper correspondents, and not so much is known of the 
part they have taken, as of troops from other States, because the 
Press of this State have had no correspondents with our armies. 

In conclusion, I hope it may not again be necessary to speak of 
the gallantry of our troops in hard fought battles during this war, 
but, that by the blessing of God, our government may be restored 
by the surrender of its enemies, and that it may stand a monument, 
not of oppression and terror, but of human liberty, wisdom and 
peace, upon which other nations may gaze with admiration forever. 
I have the honor to be, 

Very Respectfully, Your Obedient Servant, 

F. P. Peirpoint, 

Adjutant General. 



14 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT 



Appendix "A". — Roster of the Field, Staff and Company Officers of 
the. first Regiment West Va. Infantry Vols., showing the changes 
which have talceyi place since January 1st, 1864, dale of last report. 







• 




Date of Commission. 


Names and Kauk. 


5 


Remarks. 




FIELD AND STAFF. 








Colonel, 






Oct. 30, 1861. 


Joseph Thoburn, . . 
Lieut Colonel, 




Killed in action at Cedar Creek, Va., Oct. 
IIP, 18o4. 


Dec. 4, 1862. 


Jacob Weddle, . 

Major, 




- 


Dec. 4, 1862. 


Edw'd W. Stephens, . 
First Lieut. <£ Ad) t. 




Mustered out. 


Sept. 23, 1862. 


Henry J. Johnson, 
1st Lt. <£ Qr. Master, 




Mustered out. 


July 4, 1864. 


Lucian Gray, . . . 
Surgeon, 




Vice W. T. Singleton promoted to Capt. 
and C. S. 


Oct. 29, 1861. 


David Baguely, . . . 
Ass't Surgeon, 




Mustered out. 


Feb'y 27, 1863. 


John English, . . . 




Pro. Surgeon 2d vet. In. 




Chaplain, 






Feb'y 4, 1863. 


William R. Howe, . . 
Captains, 




Mustered out. 


Nov. 25, 1862. 


William J, Robb, . . 


A 


Prisoner of War since June 31, 1854. 


Feb'y 19, 1863. 


George W. White, . . 


B 


" " " Sept. 11, 1863. 


Nov. 25, 1862. 


William H. Orr, . . 


C 


Mustered out. 


" " " 


James McElroy, . . 


D 


Mustered out. 


(i (i (i 




E J Prisoner of War since Sept. 11, 1863. 


Feb'v 4, 1863. 


James E. Morrow, . . 


F 


Mustered out. 


Nov." 5, 1861. 


Oscar F. Melvin, . . 


G 


Mustered out. 


Sept. 10. 1862. 


Thomas Reed, . 


H 


Mustered out. 


Aug. 25, 1862. 


John Vv. Dougherty, . 


I Died at Annapolis, Md. 


Dec. 11, 1861. 


Richard Radclitf, . . 


K Mustered out. 




First Lieutenants, 






Oct. 3, 1861. 


William B. Kelley, . 


A 


Mustered out. 


Feb'y 19, 1863. 


Thomas H. McKee, . 


B 


Prisoner of War since Sept. 11, 1863. 


Nov. 25, 1862. 


James W. Singleton, . 


C Mustered out. 


Oct, 8, 1862. 


Martin B. Helms, . . 


D [Prisoner of War since Sept. 11, 183.1. 


Nov. 1, 1861. 


Charles A. Freeman, . 


E Mustered out. 


Feb'y 25, 1863. 


Theodore L. Apple, . 


F 


Mustered out. 


Nov. 5, 1861. 


Thomas Lloyd, . . 


G 


Mustered out. 


Sept. 24, 1862. 


II. H. Hornbrook, . . 


H 


Mustered out. 


Nov. 6, 1861. 


George James, . . . 


I 


Mustered out. 


Dec. 11, 1861. 


James A. Lewis, . . 
Second Lieutenants, 


K 


Mustered out, 


July 8, 1862. 


Thomas M. Simpson, . 


A 


Mustered out. 


Feb'y 19, 1863. 


John F. Ryan, . . . 


B 


Mustered out, 


Feb'y 25, 1863. 


Joseph B. Gordon, . . 


C 


Prisoner of War since June 18, 1864. 


Nov. 5, 1861. 


Chester B. Hall, , . 


D 


" Sept. 11, 1863. 


Nov. 25, 1862. 


John F. Baird, . . . 


E 


" " " " " 


Feb'y 25, 1863. 


James M. Steele, . . 


F 





ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
First Regiment — Continued. 



15 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Remarks. 



Aug. 25, 1862. 
April 11, 1864. 
Nov. 25. 1864. 
April 11, 1864. 



Joseph C. Adams, . . 
William H. Murphy . 
James M. Goudy, . . 
John W. Piatt enbure, 



Mustered out. 

Pro. toCapt. 2d vet. In. 

Mustered out. 

Vice H. H. M'eeden, dismissed. Promo- 
ted to Captain 2d Vet. Infantry. 



Hosier of the Held and Staff and Company Officers of the Fourth 
Regiment West Va. Infantry 1/ols., showing the changes which 
have taken place since January 1st, 1864, date of last report. 



Date of Commission. 


Names and Rank. 


3 


Remarks. 


FIELD AND STAFF. 




May 9, 1863. 


Colonel, 
James H.' Dayton, . . 


i Mustered out. 


May 9, 1863. 


Lieut. Colonel, 
John L. Vance, . 

Major, 
Henry Grayum, 




Mustered out. 


Aug. 17, 1863. 




Mustered out. 




First Lieut. <& Ad'jt, 






Jan'y 21, 1864. 


Alphens Beall, . . . 
1st Li. & Qr. Master, 




Mustered out. 


Oct. 18, 1861. 


Jesse F. Stevens, . . 




Mustered out. 


May 19, 1863. 


Surgeon, 
John R. Phillston, 




Mustered out. 


May 19, 1863. 


Ass't Surgeon, 
Homer C. Waterman, . 




Mustered out. 


Nov. 27, 1861. 


Chaplain, 
George S. Woodhull,. 




Mustered out. 


Dec. 31, 1862. 


Captains, 
Martin V. Lightburn, . 


A 


Mustered out. 


March 19, 1863. 


Barlow W. Curtiss, . 


B 


Mustered out. 


Dec. 31, 1862. 


Barney J. Rollins, . . 


C 


Mustered out. 


May 9, 1863. 


John L. Mallernee, . 


D 


Mustered out. 


March 19, 1863. 


D. A. Russell, . . . 


E 


Mustpred out. 


March 19, 1863. 


VVm. S. Hall, . . . 


F 


Mustered out. 


Aug. 17, 1863. 


Wm. Grayum, . 


G 


_ 


March 19, 1863. 


Ben. D. Boswell, 


TT j Promoted to Major in 2d Vet. Infantry. 


March 19, 1863. 


C. H. Shepard, . . . 


I Mustered out. 


Oct. 4, 1862. 


J. J. Mansell, . . . 


K Mustered out. 


Dec. 31, 1862. 


First Lieutenants, 
John J. Sayers, . 


A 


Mustered out. 


March 19, 1863. 


W. H. H. Sisson, . . 


B 


Mustered out. 


Dec. 31, 1862. 


Wm. L. McMaster, . 


C 


Mustered out. 


May 9, 1863. 


George W. Henkenson, 


D Mustered out. 


Jany 21, 1864. 


Edward Mallory, . . i 


Ei 


Mustered out. 



16 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REFORT. 
Fourth Regiment — Con ti n u ed . 



Date of Commission. 


Karnes and Rank. 


6 

z 


Remarks. 


j 

Aug. 17. 1863. (George A. Scott, . . 


F 


Mustered out. 




Aug. 17, 1863. Calvin L. Lightburn, . 


G 


Mustered out. 




March 19, 1863. ' Michael Christopher, . 


H 


Mustered out. 




March 19, 1863.! James W. Dale, . . 


I Mustered out. 




Jan'y 21, 1864. 


Enoch Clice, . . . 


K (Mustered out. 






Second Lieutenants, 








Aug. 17, 1863. 


John McDonald. 


A 


Mustered out. 




March 19, 1863. 


A. Wartenburg, 


B 


Mustered out. 




Dec. 31, 1862. 


Robert Dyke, . 


C 


Mustered out. 




Aug. 17, 1863. 


John N. Dean, . 


D 


Mustered out. 




March 19, 1863. 


Edward Mai lory, . . 


E Promoted to 1st. 


Lieut. 


Aug. 17, 1863. 


Allen Bloomfield, . . 


F 
G 
H 


Mustered out. 




Dec. 31, 1862. 


Wm. R. Mai one, . . 


Transferred from 


Co. G. 


March 19, 1863. 


Edward H. Trickle, . 


I 


Mustered out. 




Oct 4, 1862. 


Enoch T. Clice, . . . 


K Promoted to 1st Lieut. 



Roster of the Field and Staff and Company Officers of the Fifth Regi- 
ment, West Va. Infantry Vols., showing the changes which have 
taken place since January 1st, 1864, date of last report. 



Date of Commission. 


Names and Bank. 


B 

: 
- 


Remarks. 




FIELD AND STAFF. 






Colonel, 






June 19, 1863. 


A. A. Tomlinson, . . 




Mustered out. 




Lieut. Colonel, 




Aug. 17, 1863. 


Wm. H. Enochs, 
Major, 


Pro. to Col. 1st Vt. In'y. 




Lorenzo A. Phelps, . 




Prisoner of war. 




Is. Lieut. (£ Adjutant, 






Aug. 17, 1863. 


P. Davey, .... 
1st Lieut. (£ Qr. Master, 


Mustered out. 


Aug. 10, 1861. 


Zopher D. Ramsdell, . 
Surgeon, 




Mustered out. Appointed Capt. 1 C. S. 


Aug. 27, 1861. 


Peras R. Randall, 




Mustered out. 




Asst Surgeons. 




Aug. 27, 1861. 


Daniel Mayer, 




Mustered out. 




Charles D. Dal ley, . 




Mustered out. 




Chaplain, 






Nov. 22, 1862. 


Joseph Little, . . . 
Captains, 




Commissioned Chaplain 1st Vet, Iuf '.v. 


Aug. 15, 1863. 


Mark Poore, . . . 


A 


Commissioned Capt. in 1st Vet. Inf 'v. 


June 16, 1862. 


Robert B. McCall, . 


B 


Mustered out. 


Feb'y. 21, 1863. 


Wm. T. McQuigg, . 


C 


Mustered out. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
lifth Regiment — Continued. 



17 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Remarks. 



Aug. 17, 1863. 
Aug. 17, 1863. 
Feby. 27, 1862. 
Sept, 1, 1863. 
May 17, 1862. 
May 17, 1862. 
Dec. 7, 1861. 

July 10, 1862. 
Oct. 5, 1864. 
Oct. 5, 1864. 
Sept. 23, 1861. 



James B. Bazell, 
Hamilton Willis, . 
E. R. Merriman, . 
James P. Weymer, 
Henry Kinderlie, 
William J. Dixon, 
Alfred S. Compston, 
Hirst Lieutenants. 
William S. Schilling, 
Alfred 0. Enochs, . 
W T m. F. Elswick, . 
Henry C. Neff, . 



July 5, 1862. Samuel Johnson, 



Oct. 5, 1864. 
March 18, 1862. 
April 19, 1862. 

Oct. 5, 1864. 
Oct. 24, 1863. 
May 22, 1862. 
Oct. 5, 1864. 
Oct. 5, 1864. 
Sept. 19, 1862. 

May 17, 1862. 
March 4, 1863. 
Oct. 5, 1864. 



William A. Zeigler, 
W. H. Walcott, . 
Samuel McCoullough, 
Second Lieutenants, 
George F. Jarrell, 
Francis L. Hersey. 
William C. Rowe, . , 
John Zimmerman, . . 
John S. Hagerman, . 
Archibald Pack, . . 

Samuel Jones, . . . 
William A. Zeigler, . 
(Andrew J. Johnson, . 



D Mastered out. 

"P Commissioned Capt. in 1st Vet. Inf 'y. 

I 1 Mustered out. 

G Pro. Major in 1st Vt. In. 

I Mustered out. 



Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 



A Mustered out. 

jD Commissioned 1st Lieut, in 1st Vet. Inf 'y 

c /\ 

D Dismissed. 
E _ 

F Mustered out. 
G - 

JT Commissioned 1st Lieat. in 1st Vet. Inf 'y . 

I Died. 

K Mustered out. 

A Commissioned 2d Lieut. 1st Vet. Inf'y. 

B Pro.Adj'tlstVet. In. 
C j Mustered out. 

T\ Commissioned 2d Lieut, in 1st Vet. In. 
"P Commissioned 1st Lieut, in 1st Vet. In. 

F Mustered out. 

G| _ 

H .Mustered out. 

I Promoted to 1st Lieut. 

TZ ' Commissioned 2d Lieut, in 1st Vet. In. 



Roster of the Field and Staff and Company" Officers of the Sixth Regi- 
ment West Va. infantry Vols., showing the changes which have 
taken place since January 1st, 1864, date of last report. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Remarks. 



Sept. 27, 1861. 

Oct. 3, 1861. 

Nov. 12, 1864. 

June 21, 1863. 
3 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Colonel, 
Nathan Wilkinson, 
Lieut. Colonel, 
John F. Hoy, . . 

Major. 
Larkin Peirpoint, . 

1st Lieut. c£- Ad ft, 
James P. Wilkinson, 



Comd'g forces, west of Peidmout to Par- 
kersburg, W. Va. 



Vice J. H. Showalter resign'd. Command- 
ing Regiment. 



Act'g Ass't Adj't Gen'l. 



18 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Hank. 



January 3, 1862 

Dec. 18, 1864. 

April 4, 1864. 

Nov. 26, 1864. 

July 26, 1862. 
Jan. 28, 1863. 
Sept. 2, 1864. 
Sept. 10, 1864. 
Dec. 15, 1864. 
Oct. 1, 1861. 
Oct. 14, 1864. 
Dec. 26, 1861. 
Dec. 27, 1861. 
Dec. 27, 1861. 
May 28, 1863. 
Nov. 30, 1861. 
Dec. 27, 1861. 



Sept. 22, 1864. 
July 22, 1863. 
Sept. 26, 1864. 
Sept. 10, 1864. 

Oct. 1, 1861." 
Oct. 14, 1864. 
Aug. 23, 1862. 
Dec^ 27, '61. 
Jan'y 26, '63. 
Mav 28, '63. 
July 9, '63. 
Dec. 27, '61. 
Aug. 1, "64. 
Dec. 27, '61. 

Sept. 22, '64. 
July 22, '63. 
Sept. '64. 
April 3, '63. 
April 11, '63. 
May 28, '63. 



1st Lieut. <£■ Qr. Master 
Wm. H. Adams, . . 

Surgeon, 
John T. Wharton, 
Asst Surgeon, 
David Shannon, . . 

Chaplain, 
Nixon Potts, . . . 

Captains, 
John Fisher, . . . 
Edward A. Bennett, . 
Josiah H. Bee, . . 
John Clark, . . . 
George M. Ireland, . 
William Hall, . . . 
John T. Drake, . . 
William Shockey, 
Charles J. Harrison, . 

Joseph Farris, . . 

Wm. M. Treadway, . 

John Carroll, . . 

George Kinney, . . 

Joseph M. Godwin, . 

Ewald Over, . . 

First Lieutenants, 

Jacob F. Greiner, . . 

Thomas T. Freeman, . 

Silas C. Nicholson, 

Christian Hickman, . 
vacant, . . 

John H. Carrico, . . 

Peter E. Dils, . . . 

Augustus F. Lang, . 

James Neill, . . . 

Lovead D. Hathway, . 

William R. McDonald 

John Donahoe, 

Jackson Moore, . . 

Joseph A. Annan, 

Edward Lindner, 
Second Lieutenants, 

Benj. F. Coogle, . . 

Adam Grow, . . . 

Joseph W. Dougherty, 

Benj. S. Cunningham, 

Nicholas Neidert, 

Valentine J. Gallion, . 



Vice E. D. Safford, resigned. 



Vice Rev. E. Mathers, Mustered out. 



Original Co. C, transferred to Artilery. 
Vice Wm. M. Skelton, mustered out. 
Vice Larkin Peirpoint, promoted. 

Vice Wm. H. Mattingly, mustered out. 

Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 



Ass't Military Comd'r, Wheeling, W. Va. 



Vice Joseph N. Peirpoint, deceased. 



Geo. M. Ireland, pro'ted 

Vice J. T. Drake, prot'd 
Acting Adjutant. 
Mustered out. 



Vice G. W. E. Dorsey, app't Capt/& C. S. 



Vice J. F. Greiner, pro. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



19 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Remarks. 



Oct. 27, '62. 
Dec. 15, '64. 
Aug. 25, '62. 
Dec. 27, '61. 
May 28, '63. 
July 9, '63. 
Dec. 15, : 64. 
Dec. 27, '61. 
Dec. 27, '61. 



James Linhart, 
Daniel S. Bush, 
Richard Green, 
Wm. A. Higgins, . 
Chas. F. A. Yahrling, 
Virgil S. Brown, . 
Vernon M. Clary, . 
Jackson C. Saucer, 
Henry Knapp, 



C! Vice Peter E. Dils pro. 

XT j Vice Henry Brenson muttered out. 



Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 

Vice J. E. Parkinson, mustered out. 



Roster of the Field and Staff and Company Officers of the Seventh 
Regiment West Va. Infantry Vols., showing the changes which 
have taken place since January 1st, 1864, date of last report. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Remarks. 



Dec. 15, 1864. 

Oct. 27, 1864. 

Nov. 25, 1864. 

Nov. 14, 1861. 

Dec. 4, 1862. 
Oct. 4, 1861. 

March 14, 1863. 

Dec. 12, 1864. 
Oct. 27, 1864. 
Oct. 27, 1864. 
Nov. 2, 1861, 

Dec. 12, 1864. 
Oct. 27, 1864. 
Oct. 27, 1864. 
Dec. 12, 1864. 

Julv 6, 1864. 
Oct. 27, 1864. 
Dec. 12, 1864. 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Lieut. Colonel, 
Isaac B. Fisher, 
1st Lieut and Adjutant 
George E. Bishoff, . 
1st Lieut and Qr. Master 
Robert Henderson, 

Surgeon, 
Isaac Scott, . . . 

AssH Surgeons, 
Wilson T. Hicks, . 
T. W. Ross, . . . 

Chaplain, 
Samuel Steele, . . 

Captains, 
Marcus Fetty, . . 
Francis W. H. Baldwin 
John C. Way, . . 
Isaac B. Fisher, 

First Lieutenants, 
Christopher C. Lee, 
John R. Charlton, . 
William A. Beagle, 
Samuel Batten, 

Second Lieutenants, 
George A. Conner, 
Jesse L. Barnett, . 
Marcus Hopkins, . 



Vice J. H. Lockwood, mustered out. 
Vice R. J. Linton, mustered out. 
Vice R. Collins, mustered out. 

Mustered out. 



Resigned. 



Vice John Fordyce, mustered out. 

Vice Krous, must'd out. 

Vice Henthorn, died of wound Oct. 5, '64. 



D Promoted to Lt. Col. 

A ViceMurdock, mus. out. 
B Vice Baldwin, pro'ted. 

r\ Vice Cunningham, mustered out. 

D Vice Fetty, promoted. 

A Vice D. F. Potter, killed in action. 
"D Vice A. M. Johnson, killed in action. 

CVice Henderson, promoted to 1st Lt. and 
1 R. Q. M. 



20 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Roster of the Field and Staff and Company Officers of the Ninth Regi- 
ment, West Va. Infantry Vols., showing the changes which have 
taken place since January 1st, 1864, date of last report. 



Date of Commission. 


Names and Rank. 


~5 


Remarks. 




FIELD AND STAFF. 






Sept. 9, '62. 


Colonel, 
Isaac Harden Duval, 
Liuet. Colonel, 




Pro. to Brigadier Gen'l. 


Nov. 12, '61. 


William G. Starr, . . 




Mustered out. 


Nov. 12, '61. 


Major, 
Benjamin M. Skinner, 




Mustered out. 


Jan'y 5, '63. 


First Lieut- and Adj't. 
Carey B. Hayslip, . 
First Lieut. & Qr. Master. 




Promoted to Capt. in 1st Vet. Infantry. 


_ _ 


Joseph C. Merrill, 




Mustered out. 


Nov. 7, '64. 


Surgeon, 
Jonathan Morris, . 




Mustered out. 


May 19, '62. 


Ass' t Surgeon, 
James H. Hysell, . . 




Pro. Surgeon 1st vet. In. 


Jan'y 4, '62. 


Captains, 
Samuel Davis, . . . 


A 


Mustered out. 


Jan'y 14, '62. 


John W. Spencer, 


B 


Mustered out. 


Jan'y 10, '63. 


George W. Hicks, 


C 


Mustered out. 


March 8, '62. 


John S. P. Carroll, . 


D 


Pro. Lt. Col. 1st vet. In. 


Feb'y 1, '64. 


Oliver Phelps, . . 


E 


Com. Capt. in 1st vet. In. 


Nov. 10, "62. 


John W. Miller, . . 


F 


Mustered out. 


April 22, '64. 


Wm. B. Wetzel, . . 


G 


Killed in action at Cloyd Mountain, Va. 


Sept. 12, '63. 


William G. Smith, . 


H 


Died of wounds received in action. 


Feb'y 17, '63. 


William P. Pratt, . 


I 


Mustered out. 


Sept. 12, '63. 


A. W. Rollins, . . 
First Lieutenants, 


K 


Mustered out. 


Jan'y 4. '62. 


Benj. F. Stevens, . . 


A 


Mustered out. 


Jan'y 10, '62. 


John C. Angel, 


B 


Mustered out. 


Jan'y 10, '63. . 


George W. Jenkins, . 


C 
D 

E 


Com. 1st Lt. 1st vet. In. 


April 22, '64. 


John H. Lawhead, 


Resigned. 


Nov. 10, '62. 


George J. Walker, 


F 


Mustered out. 


April 4, '62. 


William B. Wetzel, . 


G 


Promoted to Capt. 


April 22, '64. 


John W. Johnson, . . 


11 


Pro. Capt. in 1st vet. In. 


Feb'y 5, '63. 


James Craig, . . . 


I 


Resigned. 




A. W. Rollins, . . 


K 


Promoted to Capt. 




Second Lieutenants, 






Jan'v 4, '62. 


James Evving, . . . 


A 


Mustered out. 


Jan'y 10, '62. 


Cornelius Conly , . . 


B 


Com. 1st Lt in 1st vet. In 


April 22, '64. 


Moses W. Davis, . . 


C 


Mustered out. 


Feb'y 17, "63. 


Henry C. Duncan, 


D 


Pro. Capt. in 1st vet. In. 


Sept. 24, '64. 


Stephen C. Hiltbruner,' 


E 


Pro. Capt. in 1st vet. In. 


Jan'v 13, '63. 


Snelling M. Smith, 


F 


Mustered out. 


April 4, '62. 


Robert Laughlin, . . 


G 


Pro. Capt. in 1st vet. In. 


Feb'y 17, '63. 


John W. Johnson, . . 


Hi 


Promoted to 1st. Lieut. 




George W. Hunter, . 


I 


Resigned. 


Jan'y 28, '63. 


Youthless Pullens, 


K 


Mustered out. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



21 



Roster of the Held and Staff and Company Officers of the Tenth 
Regiment West Va. Infantry Vols., showing the changes which 
have taken place since January 1st, 1864, date of last report. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



May 30, 1862. 

May 30, 1862. 

May 2, 1862. 

Jan'y 22, 1862. 

Dec. 14, 1861. 

Oct. 24, 1864. 

July 8, 1862. 
Oct. 24, 1864. 

Sept. 12, 1862. 

Feb'y 12, 1862. 
Sept. 12, 1862. 
Oct. 27, 1864. 
Feb'y 25, 1862. 
April 2, 1862. 
May 29, 1862. 
July 21, 1862. 
May 14, 1862. 
June 3, 1862. 
June 24, 1862. 

Dec. 18, 1863. 
Sept. 12, 1862. 
Oct 27, 1864. 
Jan'y 14, 1864. 
Dec. 15, 1864. 
May 29, 1862. 
April 25, 1862. 
March 14, 1862 
June 10, 1863. 
Nov. 25, 1864. 

Dec. 18, 1863. 
Sept. 12, 1862. 
Nov. 25, 1864. 
Oct. 27, 1864. 
July 21, 1863. 
May 29, 1862. 
May 29, 1862. 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Colonel, 
Thomas M. Harris, 

Lieut. Colonel, 
Moses S. Hall, . . 

Major, 
Henry H. Withers, 

First Lieut, and Adf t, 
Oliver P. Boughner, 
1st Lieut, and Qr. Master, 
Samuel Adams, 
Surgeon, 
Jonathan R. Blair, 

Ass't Surgeons, 
J. R. Blair, . . . 
Isaac W. Bouse, 
Chaplain, 
John Branch, . . 

Captains, 
Morgan A. Darnall, 
J. Loomis Gould, . 
John H. Bailey, 
Thomas D. Murrin, 
Lewis M. Marsh, . 
Nimrod M. Hyer, . 
James M. Ewing, . 
Marshall W. Cobun, 
James A. Jarboe, . 
Jacob P. Kuykendall, 

First Lieutenants, 
Ausbin Wilson, . . 
Henry H. Lewis, . 
Gwinn Minter, . . 
Daniel Curran, . . 
David Patterson, . 
Samuel A. Rollyson, 
John McAdams, . 
William M. Hays, . 
John M. Jarboe, . 
Nimrod Kuykendall, 
Second Lieutenants, 
Ignitius C. Burbridge, 
David J. Ezekiel, . . 
John E. Maxson, . . 
Harrison F. Garrett, . 
Charles R. McCollum, 
Henry Bender, . . . 
Robert W. Varner, . 



Promoted Brig. Gen'l. 



Resigned. 



Vice G. C. Gans, died. 

Promoted to Surgeon. 
Resigned. 



A 

11 

c 

D 
E 
F 
G 

II 
I 

K Killed in action at Cedar Creek, Va., Oct. 
19, 1864. 



Vice W. D. Hall, dism'd. 



Killed in action at Winchester, Va., Sep. 
19, 1864. 



Vice J. P. Connoly, dis. 
Vice J. G. Waldo, dis'd. 

Vice B. F. Shrove, discharged for disabil- 
ity. 



A 

i; 
c 

D 

E 

F! - 

G - 

H - 

I - 

K Vice T. Hess, resigned. 

A Dismissed. 

B i - 

C Vice J. II. Bailey, pro. 

D Vice J. L. Ambrose, dis. 

E Killed in action at Winchester, Va., Sep. 
19, 1864. 

F - 
G - 



22 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Tenth Regiment — Continued. 



Bate of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Remarks. 



Sept. 27, 1864. Winter T. Marple, . 
June 10, 1863. Michael A. Heme, 
Jan'y 10, 1863. |Benjamin Moats, . 



Vice Rollins, dismissed. 



Rosier of the Meld, Staff and Company Officers of the Eleventh 
Regiment West Va. Infantry Vols., showing the changes which 
have taken place since January 1st, 1864, dale of last report. 



Dale of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Oct. 28, '64. 
Oct. 28, '64. 

Nov. 5, '62. 

Jan'y 3, '62. 

Nov. 2, '64. 

Jan'y 5, '64. 
Feb'y 3, '64. 



March 1, '63. 
Dec. 27, '61. 
Jan'y 20, '64. 
Oct. 27, '64. 
Aug. 14, '62. 
July 16, '63. 
May 6, '62. 
Oct. 12, '63. 
Dec. 8, '62. 
July 16, '63. 

Sept. 9, '63. 
Nov. 5, '61. 
Jan'y 20, '64. 
Oct. 27, '64. 
Dec. 19, '64. 
Oct. 27, '64. 
Dec. 2, '63. 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Colonel, 
Van H. Bukey, . ■ . 

Lieut Colonel, 
James L. Simpson, 
Major, 

First Lieut, and Adft, 
John H. McLaughlin, 
First Lieut- & Qr. Master, 
David Bell, .... 

Surgeon, 
Ozias Nellis, . . . 

Ass't Sugeons^ 
Erwin D. J. Bond, . 
J. Emory Kendall, . 

Chaplain, 
Aaron J. Lyon, . . 

Captains, 
William Cummings, . 
James W. Myers, 
Jacob Clammer, . . 
Levi Campbell, jr., . 
David Deem, . . . 
Fayette B. Stoddard, . 
John V. Young, . . 
George W. Parriott, . 
Dixon R. King, . . 
James W. Williamson, 

First Lieutenants, 
Andrew Q. Mountz, 
Marlin Park, . . 
Thornton F. Ferrell, 
Christian J. Core, 
B. Tavlor Frost, . 
Wm. H. Collett, . 
Clark Elkins, . . 



Vice D. Frost killed in action at Snicker's 
Ferry, Va. 

Vice V. H. Bukey pro., 



Vice Voorhees, resigned. 

Vice Williamson, never mustered. 

Dismissed. 

Vice A. Moore, discharged for disability. 

Mustered out. 



Dismissed. 

Vice Clammer promoted 
Vice Campbell, promt'd 
Vice Poe, dismissed. 

Vice C. W. Kirby, killcd_in action. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Eleventh Regiment — Continued. 



23 



Date of Commission. 



Oct. 12, '63. 
May 31, '62. 
July 16, '63. 

Sept. 7, '64. 
Sept. 10, '64. 
Jan'y 20, '64. 
Oct. 27, '64. 
Dec. 19, '64. 
Oct. 27, '64. 
Oct. 2, '64. 
Oct. 12, '63. 

July 16, '63. ~ 



Names and Rank. 



John Holt. . . . 
Wm. H. King, . . 
Newton Poling, 

Second Lieutenants, 
Michael A. Ayers, 
Daniel S. Haverty, 
James F. McDonald, 
John S. Bukey, . 
Madison H. Berry, 
Wm. A. McCoy, . 
Wm. G. McDaniel, 
John H. Bloyd, . 
Uriah Lytle, . . 
James D. W. Riley, 



Remarks. 



Vice McGill, dismissed. 
Vice Ross, resigned. 
Vice Ferrell, promoted. 
Vice Core, promoted. 
Vice Frost, promoted. 
Vice Collett, promoted. 

Vice Holt, promoted. 



Roster of the Field and Staff and Company Officers of the Twelfth Regiment 
West Va. Infantry Vols., showing the Changes which have taken place since 
January 1st, 1864, date of last report. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Remarks. 



Jan'y 26, 1864. 

Aug. 23, 1862. 

Feb'y 6, 1864. 

Aug. 25, 1862. 

Aug. 5, 1862. 

July 23, 1863. 

Nov. 8, 1862. 
July 23, 1863. 

March 26, 1864. 

Nov. 16, 1864. 
Feb'y 11, 1863. 
Aug. 23, 1862. 
Oct. 12, 1863. 
Aug. 22, 1862. 
Aug. 22, 1862. 
Aug. 25, 1862. 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Colonel, 
William B. Curtis, . 

Lieut. Colonel, 
Robert S. Northcott, . 

Major, 
Rich'd Hooker Brown, 
First Lieut, and Adft, 
George B. Caldwell, 
1st. Lieut, and Qr. Master, 
iNathan U. Thurber, 

Surgeon, 
Sampson P. Bryan, 

Ass't Surgeons, 
Frederick H. Patton, 
Alexander Neil, . 

Chaplain, 
Richard M. Wallace, 

Captains. 
William Burley, . 
John C. Roberts, . 
Erastus G. Bartlett, 
William A. Smiley, 
Cornelius Mercer, . 
Amos N. Prichard, 
James W. Moffatt, 



Vice J. B. Klunk, res'd. 



Vice W. B. Curtis, pro. 



Vice J. C. Campbell, resigned. 



Vice T. H. Trainer, resigned. 
Vice H. Tomlinson, resigned. 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Twelfth Hegiment — Continued. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Bank. 



Remarks. 



Aug. 20, 1862. 
Feb'y 10, 1864. 
Oct. 28, 1863. 

Dec. 16, 1864. 
Aug. 6, 1864. 
Aug. 22, 1862. 
Oct. 12, 1863. 
July 9, 1863. 
Aug. 22, 1862. 
Aug. 25, 1862. 
Aug. 20, 1862. 
Nov. 21, 1864. 
Oct. 28, 1863. 

Dec. 16, 1864. 
Feb'y 11, 1863. 
Oct. 24, 1864. 
Nov. 23, 1863. 
July 9, 1863. 
Dec. 1, 1863. 
Aug. 25, 1862. 
Aug 20, 1862. 
Nov. 11, 1864. 
Oct. 28, 1863. 



Jacob H. Bristor, . . 
John H. Melvin, . , 
John B. Jester, . . , 

First Lieutenants, 
William H. Riggs, 
Henry C. Wallace , 
William L. Roberts, 
David M. Blaney, . 
James R. Durham, 
Thomas A. Fleming, 
Van B. Hall, . . 
David Powell, . . 
William Hewitt, . 
John R. Brenneman, 

Second Lieutenants., 
Joseph Caldwell, . 
Henry T. Anshutz, 
Henry R. McCord, 
James C. Pierson, . 
AsaS.Hugill,_ . . 
Francis H. Peirpoint, 
Elam F. Piggott, . 
Thomas H. Means, 
Josiah M. Curtis, . 
John A. Briggs, 



Vice R. H. Brown, pro. 



Vice W. Burley, pro. 

Vice J. W. Dunnington, dismissed. 



Vice M. B. Campbell, dismissed. 



Vice T. TV. Manning, resigned. 



Vice James Whittiugham, promoted Capt. 
and A. Q. M. 



Vice Wm. Hewitt, pro. 



Foster of the Field and Staff and Company Officers of the Thirteenth Regi- 
ment West Va. Infantry Vols. , showing the changes which have taken place 
since January 1st, 1864, date of last report. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Bank. 



Remarks. 



Sept. 16, '62. 
Oct. 27, '64. 
Dec. 14, '64. 
June 6, '63. 
Aug. 20, ; 62. 
Feb'y 5, '64. 
May 6, '63. 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Colonel, 
William R. Brown, . 

Lieut. Colonel, 
Milton Stewart, . . 

Major, 
Albert F. McCown, . 
First Lieut. andAdft. 
John S. Cunningham, 
First Lieut. & Qr. Master, 
Stephen Comstock, . 

Surgeon, 
Charles D. Dalley, . 

AssH Surgeons, 
Abraham D. Williams, 



Vice J. R. Hall, killed in action at Cedar 
Creek. 



Vice Rucker, resigned. 



Vice Shaw, resigned, . 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Thirteenth Regiment — Continued. 



25 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Feb'y 8, '64. 

March 20, '64. 

October 30, '64. 
October 31, '64. 
Sept. 25, '63. 
Sept. 12, '62. 
October 31, '64. 
Dec. 14, '64. 
Jan'y 27, '64. 
April 1, '63. 
Dec. 18, '63. 
October 31, '64. 

October 31, '64. 
October 31, '64. 
Sept. 25, '63. 
Sept. 12, '62. 
Octobers, '62. 
Dec. 14, '64. 
FebV 1, '64. 
April 8, '64. 
Dec. 18, '63. 
October 31, '64. 

October 31, '64. 
Sept. 12, '62. 
Sept. 25, '63. 
October 31, '64. 
October 31, '64. 
Dec. 14, '64. 
Jan'y 27, '64. 
AprilS, '64. 
Dec. 18, '63. 
October 31, '64. 



Jacob Lallance, 

Chaplain, 
William W. Harper, 

Captains, 
George Danner, 
William C. Greenlee, 
Samuel Harpold, . 
Simon Williams, . 
jJohn H. Rosier, 
Timothy Russell, . 
'Allen C. Mason, . 
William J. Mathews, 
William E. Feazel, 
'Joseph E. McCoy, 
First Lieutenants, 
Samuel S. Mathers, 
Alfred T. Sullivan, 
William M. Hovey, 
James T. Hanna, . 
William N. Hawkins, 
Joseph Bromley, . 
John Jones, 
William Perdue, . 
Peter Darnell, 
Wm. P. Cunningham, 

Second Lieutenants, 
Robert H. Davis, . . 
Charles T. Latham, 
John P. Wood, . . 
Michael Roseberry, 
Silas H. Morgan, . . 
Francis k W. Sisson, . 
Arthur W. Darnell, . 
Harvey Dunkel, . . 
William Shannon, 
John M. Young, 



Vice G. Slack, killed in action. 

Vice M. Stewart, pro. 
Vice McDaniel,deceas'd 

Vice J. D. Carter, res'd. 
Vice McCown, pro. 



Vice H. Stump, resig'ed 
Vice G. Danner, pro. 

Vice L. ('. Ii'o yljurn, killed in action. 

Vice Harpold, prom'ted. 



Vice Russell, promoted. 

Vice Griswold, killed in action. 

Vice J. E. McCoy, pro. 
Vice S. S. Mathers, pro. 

Vice Feazel, promoted. 
Vice G. Snowden, res'd. 
Vice J. Rosier, pro. 
Vice Bromley, prom'ted 

Vice Perdue, promoted. 

Vice Jas. Wilson, res'd. 



Roster of the Field and Staff and Company Officers of the Fourteenth Beg- 
iment West Va. Infantry Vols., showing the changes which have taken place 
since January 1st, 1864, date of last report. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



July 27, 1S63. 

July 27, 1863. 
4 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Colonel, 
Daniel D. Johnson, 
Lieut- Colonel, 
Geo. W. Taggart, . 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Fourteenth Regiment — Continued . 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



July 27, 1863. 

Aug. 22, 1862. 

Aug. 20, 1862. 

Feb'y 6, 1864. 

March 25, 1864 
June 5, 1863. 

Nov. 1, 1862. 

Aug. 19, 1862. 
April 8, 1864. 
Aug. 22, 1862. 
Aug. 17, 1864. 
Aug. 12, 1863. 
May 26, 1863. 
Sept. 15, 1862. 
Aug. 22, 1862. 
Sept. 10, 1862. 
Sept. 16, 1862. 

Dec. 15, 1864. 
April 8, 1864. 
Nov. 28, 1862. 
Aug. 26, 1864. 
Aug. 6, 1864. 
May 26, 1863. 
Sept. 15, 1862. 
Aug. 22, 1862. 
Nov. 10, 1864. 
Aug. 12, 1863. 

Apnl 1, 1863. 
Aug. 21, 1862. 
Aug. 12, 1863. 
July 29, 1863. 
Aug. 12, 1863. 
May 26, 1863. 
Sept. 15, 1862. 
Oct. 27, 1864. 
Jan'y 7, 1863. 
Nov. 29, 1864. 



Major, 

Shriver Moore, . . . 

First Lieut- and Adft. 

Wm, H. Gillespie, . . 

1st. Lt. and Qr. Master. 

James E. Hooton, . . 

Surgeon, 
James H. Manown, , 

AssH Surgeons, 
James H. Brownfield, 
Charles A. Thatcher, 

Chaplain, 
John L. Irwin, . . 

Captains, . 
Jacob Smith, . . 
John D. Elliott, . 
Oliver P. Joliffe, . 
James H. Rider, . 
William M. Powell, 
Ezrom Arnett, . . 
Jacob M. Reitz, 
Henry M. Ice, . . 
Elias C. Finnell, . 
Alfred L. Hoult, . 
First Lieutenants, 
Elijah L. Wade, . . 
John M. Jeffers, . . 
John W. Bishoff, . . 
Reuben B. Taylor, . . 
Zenas Martin, . . . 
David B. Mcllwain, . 
James W. Shroyer, . 
Newton S. Beaty, . . 
James B. Fogle, . . 
Cornelius M. Hoult, . 

Second Lieutenants. 
William P. Green, . . 
John M. Jeffers, . . 
Isaac N. Holland, 
Edward M. Hoit, 
James B. Williamson, 
Thomas M. Reed, . . 
Philip Sigler, . . . 
George W. Jolliffe, . 
William S. Morrison, . 
Theodore W. Boydston 



Vice J. W. Moss, dee'd. 
Vice J. L. Gillespie, res'd 



A 
B 
C 
I) 
E 
F 
G 
H 
I 
K 

A 
B 
C 
D 
E 
F 
G 
II 
I 
K 

A 
B 
C 
D 
E 
F 
G 
H 
I 
K 



Vice Jeffers, dismissed. 
Vice A. Mathers, killed. 



Vice W. P. Green, died of wounds. 

Vice J. D. Elliott, pro. 
Vice J. H. Rider, pro. 

Vice J. W. Buck, killed in action. 



Vice Grffiith, deceased. 



Promoted to 1st Lt. 



Vice R. N. Hess, killed. 

Died from wounds received in action. 
Vice G. Cunningham, dismissed. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



27 



Hosier of the Field, Staff and Company Officers of the Fifteenth 
Regiment West Vd. Infantry Vols., showing the changes which 
have taken place since January 1st, 1864, date of last report. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Bank. 



Hi 111:11 k-. 



Sept. 22, '64. 

Sept. 22, '64. 

Sept. 22, '64. 

Sept. 10, '64. 

Sept. 7, '64. 

March 19, '63. 

Feb'y 17, '64. 

Jan'y 24, '63. 

Dec. 14, '64. 
Sept, 4, '62. 
Jan'y 23, '64. 
August 22, '62. 
October 3, '64. 
Sept. 11, '62. 
Sept. 18, '62. 
Sept. 29, '62 
Nov. 10, '64. 
March 7, '64. 

Sept. 2, '62. 
October 27, '63. 
Jan'v 23, '64. 
Sept. 4, '63. 
October 3, '64. 
June 20, '64. 
Nov. 25, '64. 
Sept. 29, '62. 
Nov. 10, '64. 
Aug. 12, '64. 

June 20, '64. 
October 27, '62 
Jan'y 23, '64. 
Dec. 14, '64. 
October 3, '64. 
June 20, '64. 
Nov. 25, '64. 
Jan'v 23, '64. 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Colonel, 
Milton Wells, . . 

Lieut. Colonel, 
John W. Holliday, 

Major, 
Fenelon Howes, . 

First Lieut, and Adft, 
Albert L. Wells, . 
First Lieut. & Qr. Master 
Philip H. Heerrnans, 

Surgeon, 
Walter S. Welsh, . 

Ass't Surgeon, 
James J. Johnson, 

Chaplain, 
Gideon Martin, . . 

Captains, 
Blackburn B. Dovener 
Michael Egan, 
John McCaskey, . 
William J. Nichols, 
Cornelius Gandy, . 
Fenelon Howes, . 
Sidney F. Shaw, : 
John B. Lukens, . 
Robert L. Byrnes, 
Sylvester Porter, . 
First Lieutenants, 
Blackburn B. Dovener, 
John W. Dettimore, . 
Eli M. Bell, . . . 
William D. Hoff, . . 
Ashford E. Fortnev, . 
Frederick G. W. Ford, 
Thomas P. Butcher . 
William L. Schoff, . 
Thomas G. Nash, . . 
James R. Lazear, . . 

Second Lieutenants, 
Thomas Fowler, . . 
Patrick Power, . . 
John S. McGill, . . 
Amos M. Perringor, . 
William F. Warthen, . 
William G. W. Price, . 
Henry C. Scott, . . 
Thomas L. Higgins, . 



Vice M. McCaslin,res'g 

Vice Wells, promoted. Vice Morris killed 
in action at Snicker's Ferry, Vu. 

Vice Holliday, promot'd 
Vice Holliday, promot'd 
Vice Jenkins, dismiss'd. 



Vice Humes, dismissed. 

Vice Devoir, discharged. 

Vice Paul, dismissed. 
Promoted to Major. 

Discharged. 

Vice Newman, dis'ged. 

Promoted to Capt. 

Vice McCaskey, pro'ted 

Vice Gandy, promoted. 
Vice Boyles, dismissed. 
Vice Fulton, discharg'd 

Vice Byrnes, promoted. 

Vice Cotts, killed in action. 

Vice Porter, promoted. 

Vice Bell, promoted. 
Vice Outright, resigned. 
Vice Fortney, promoted 
Vice Ford, promoted. 
Vice Hinckley, dismis'd 
Vice Leonard, dischar'd 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Fifteenth Regiment — Continued. 



Date of Commission. 


Names and Rank. 


- 

: 


Remarks. 


Nov. 10, '04. 
March 7, '64. 


Isaac Winters, . . . 
Jesse Jaco, .... 


I 

K 


Vice Nash, promoted. 
Vice Havely, promoted. 



Roster of the Field and Staff and Company Officers of the Seventeenth Reg- 
iment West Ya. Infantry Vols. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Sept. 10, '64. 

Sept. 10, '04. 

Sept. 13, '04. 

Aug. 17, '04. 

Sept. 16, '04. 

Sept. 6, '64. 
Sept. 7, '64. 
Sept. 8, '64. 
Sept. 9, '64. 
Sept. 9, '64. 
Sept. 10, '64 

Sept, 13, '64. 
Sept. 7, '64. 
Sept. 8, '64. 
Sept. 9, '64. 
Sept. 9, '64. 
Sept. 10, '64. 

Sept. 13, '64. 
Sept. 7, '64. 
Sept. 8, '64. 
Sept. 9, '64. 
Sept. 9, '64. 
Sept. 10, '64. 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Lieut Colonel, 
John S. McDonald, 

Major. 
Charles H. Day, . 

First Lieut, and Adft 
William T. Head, . 
First Lt. and Qr. Master, 
Jacob W, Crane, . 

Ass't Surgeon, 
James H. Ramsey, 

Captains, 
Arthur O. Baker, . 
Samuel B. Todd, . 
Nathaniel D. Helmick 
David W. Peden, . 
Frank L. Hicks, . 
Morris M. Snider, . 
First Lieutenants, 
Samuel A. Parriott, 
Andrew J. Nuzum, 
Henry Parkinson, . 
Edward S. Rider, . 
Harvey Staggers, . 
Thomas E. Davis, . 
Second Lieutenants, 
George W. Griffith, 
Benjamin F. Latham 
Antony Raffo, . . 
Arch'd H. McTaggart, 
Alpheus Garrison, . 
Hosea Matheny, . 



Vice C. II. Day, promoted to Major. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



29 



Hosier of the Field and Staff and Company Officers of the First Regiment 
West Va. Veteran Infantry Vols., formed hy consolidation of the 5th and 
Mh Regiments W. Va. Infantry, by order of the Secretary of War. dated 
S„r. 9* 1864. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Remarks. 



Dec. 19, '64, 



Nov. 8, '64. 

Nov. 1, '64. 

Nov. 1, '64. 

Nov. 1, '64. 

Nov. 14, "64. 

Aug. 15, '63. 
Feb'y 1, '64. 
Nov. 1, '64. 
Nov. 1, '64. 
Aug. 17, '63. 
Nov. 1, '64. 
Sept. 1, '63. 
Nov. 1, "63. 
Nov. 1, '64. 
Dec. 12, '64. 

Nov. 1. '64. 
Dec. 12, '64. 
Jan'y 10, '63. 
Dec. 19, '64. 
Sept. 5, 1864. 
Nov. 1, '64. 
Sept. 5, '64. 
Dec. 14, '64. 
Nov. 1, '64. 
Sept. 5, '64. 

Nov. 1, '64. 
Sept. 5, '64. 
Dec. 19, '64. 
Nov. 1, '64, 
Dec. 12, '64. 
Nov. 1, '64. 
Sept. 5, '64. 
Dec. 19, '64. 
Nov. 1, '64. 
Sept. 1, '64. 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Colonel, 

William H. Enochs, . 

Lieut. Colonel, 

Major, 
J. S. P. Carroll, . . 
First Lieut. andAdft. 
F. L. Hursey, . . . 
First Lieut, it- Qr. Master, 
Hardin Kuhn, . . . 

Surgeon, 
James H. Hysell, . . 

Chaplain, 
Joseph. Little, . . . 

Captains, 
Mark Poore, .... 
Oliver Phelps, . . . 
Stephen C. Hiltbruner, 
Carey B. Hayslip, . . 
Hamilton, Willis, . . 
Jacob May, .... 
James P. Waymer, 
John W. Johnston, 
Robert Laughlin, . . 
Henry C. Duncan, 

First Lieutenants, 
John Q. Hagerman, . 
Cyrus Partridge, . . 
George W. Jenkins, . 
Samuel F. Riggs, . . 
Alfred 0. Enochs, . . 
Silman Andre, . . . 
William T. Ellswick, . 
Cornelius M. Conely, . 
John C. Bishop, . . 
William A. Zeigler, . 

Second Lieutenants, 
James T. Haley, . . 
John Zimmerman, . . 
Anthony 0. Stiverson, 
David A. Johnston. . 
Vinin D. Gardner, 
Charles 0. Phelps, . . 
George F. Jarrel, . 
Michael Smith, . . . 
Lawrence Leppert, . 
Andrew J. Johnson, . 



Vice I. II. Duval, promoted to Brig. Cen. 



Vice A. F. Compston, mustered out 
Vice J. C. Angel Mustered out. 

Vice Walker, mus'd out. 
Vice Johnson, promoted 



Vice Davis, must'd out. 
Vice Partridge, prom'd. 

Vice Conley, promoted. 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Roster of ike Field and Staff ', and Company Officers of the Second Regiment 
West Fa. Veteran Infantry VoVs, funned by consolidation of the 1st and 
4th Re ft W. Va. Infantry, by order of the Secretary of War, dated Dec. 
10th, 1864. 



Date of Commission. 



Names ami Hank. 



Remarks. 



Dec. 4, '62. 
Dec. 23, '64. 
Nov. 15, '04. 
Nov. 15, 'G4. 
Dec. 23, '64. 
Jan'y 4, '65. 

May 19, '63. 
Aug. 17, '63. 
Nov. 15, '64. 
Nov. 17, '64. 
Nov. 25, '64. 
Nov. 25, '64. 



March 19, '63. 
Dec. 31, '62. 
Aug. 17, '63. 
Nov. 25, '64. 
Nov. 15, '64. 
Nov. 15, '64. 
Nov. 26, '64. 
Nov. 25, '64. 

Dec. 31, '62. 
Aug. 17, '63. 
October 3, '64. 
Dec. 18, '64. 
Dec. 18, '64. 
Dec. 18, '64. 
Dec. 16, '64. 
Aug. 17, '63. 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Lieut. Colonel, 
Jacob Weddle, . . 

Major, 
Benjamin D. Boswell, . 
First Lieut, and Adft, 
Lucian Gray, . . . 
First Lieut. & Qr. Master, 
William H. Chapman, 

Surgeon, 
John English, . . . 

AssH Surgeons, 
Homer C. Waterman, . 
Captains, 

Barlow W. Curtiss, . 
William Grayum, 
John W. Plattenburg, 
Richard S. Moore, . 
William S. Murphy, . 
Clarence E. Irwin, . 

First Lieutenants, 
James W. Dale, . . 
W. L. McMasters, . . 
C. L. Lightburn, 
William H. Melvin, 
Wm. H. Chapman, 
Lucian Gray, . . 
Peter Ripley, . . 
Jacob Baltzell, . . 
Second Lieutenants, 
W. R. Malone, . 
John N. Dean, 
James PI. Hodge, . 
William J. Mulvey, 
Upton Sutherland, 
John N. McCarty, 
Samuel Mellon, . 
John McDonald, . 



Acting Quarter Master. 
Acting Adjutant. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



31 



Roster of the Field and Staff and Company Officers of the First Regiment 
West Via. Cavalry IW.*., showing the changes which have taken plact 

January 1st, 1864, date of last report. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Hank. 



Remarks. 



Dec. 23, '63. 

Aug. 1, '61 

Nov. 1, '64. 
Aug. 12, '63. 
Oct. 27, '63. 

Aug. 12, '63. 

July 19, '62. 

Nov. 3, '62. 

Feb. 2, 64. 

Feb. 11, '64. 
Feb. 14, '64. 

Nov. 28, '63. 

Nov. 12, '64. 
Aug. 12, '63. 
Dec. 18, '64. 
Feb. 3, '64. 
Aug. 12, 63. 
Nov. 3, '63. 
Jan. 6, '63. 
Jan. 12, '63. 
Sept. 23, '63. 
Oct. 2, '61. 
June 6, '63. 
Aug. 12, '63. 
Nov. 25, '63. 

Nov. 12, "64. 
Aug. 12, '63. 
Dec. 18, '64. 
Feb. 3, '64. 
Aug. 10, '63. 
Nov. 25, '63. 
June 30, '62. 
Feb'v 8, '64. 
Sept. 23, '63. 
March. 11, '64. 
Aug. 12, '63. 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Colonel. 
Henry Cap eh art, . 

Lieut. Colonel. 
Charles E. Capehart, 

Majors. 
Harrison H. Hagans, 
Harvey Farabee, . 
Wm. C. Carman, . 

First Lieut. andAdft, 
Richard B. Sowers, 
First Lieid. & Qr. Master, 
Seymour Dunlavy, 
First Lieut- & Com7iiis , ry, 
H. C. Durrett, . . 

Surgeon, 
Perine Gardner, . 

Asst Surgeons, 
Arthur Titus, . . 
Zachariah A. White, 

Cliaplain, 
David Truman, . . 

Captains, 
Nimrod N. Hoffman, 
H. P. Boone, . 
Francis M. Work, 
Earl W. Shaffer, 
N. W. Wheeler, 
William P. Wilkin 
John A. Byers, . 
David Mequillet, 
W. Angelo Powell 
Weston Rowand, 
John Seltzer, 
S. Bentley Howe, 
James Dean, . . 

First LAeutenants 
T. H. B. Lemley, 
Samuel Grim, . 
Wm. H. Foulke, 
Charles A. Armstrong 
Joseph Humphrey, 
Stephen Malone, 
William St. Clair, . 
Henry W. Fuller, . 
Charles Livingston, 
Fabricius A. Gather 
John J. McDonald, 



Vice Jos. Darr, resig'd. 

Vice Capehart, proni'd. 

Resigned. 

Resigned. 



Vice H. Capehart, pro. 
Vice Gardner, prom'd. 

Vice Hagans, promoted. 

Vice McCoy, resigned. 
Vice Carman, promoted. 

Vice Carroll, discharg'd. 
Dismissed. 

Vice Reeves, resigned. 
Vice Ploffman, prom'd. 

Vice Work, promoted. 
Vice Richardson, dis'd. 
Vice Robinett, dis'd. 
Vice Wilkin, promoted. 

Vice Poole, resigned. 

Vice Dawson, dismissed. 



32 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
First Cavalry Regiment — Continued. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Remarks. 



Aug. 12, '63. 
Nov. 25, '63. 

Oct. 16, '62. 
Jan'y 12, '63. 
June 30, '62. 
Feb'y 3, '64. 
Feb'y 22, '64. 
Dec. 18, '64. 
Aug. 12, '63. 

Jan'y 23, '64. 
Sept. 10, '64. 
March 1, '64. 
Aug. 12, '63. 
March 4, '64. 



Gottleib Wipf, . . 
Samuel B. Paxton, 
Second Lieutenants., 
John H. Oonn, . . 
W. W. Wilson, . . 
George W. Chandler, 
Eugene Gallaher, . 
A. S. Palmer, . . 
William Saunders, 
John McNaughton, 
AVm. W. Blackmar, 
Benjamin F. Sapp, 
Isaac N. Fordyce, . 
Sylvester Donley, . 
Louis Hagg, . 
Charles B. Smith, . 



Vice Wilson, dismissed. 
Prisoner of war. 

Prisoner of war. 

Vice Armstrong, prom'd 

Vice Malone, promoted. 

Vice Leasure. 

Vice Livingston, pro'd. 

Vice Smith, killed iu action. 

Killed in action. 



Roster of the Field and Staff and Company Officers of the Second Regiment 
West Va. Cavalry r Vols., shotting the Changes which have taken place since 
January 1st, 18G4, date of last report. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Remarks. 



May 18, '63. 

July 14, '64. 

February 5, '62. 
July 14, '64. 
April 29, '64. 

October 29, '61. 

October 2, '61. 

January 2, '63. 

January 17, '63. 

March 6, '63. 
May 18, '63. 

April 29, '64. 
July 14, '64. 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Colonel, 
William H. Powell, . 

Lieut. Colonel, 
John J. Hoffman, . . 

Majors, 
Henry Steinback, . . 
Charles E. Hambleton, 
James Allen, . . . 
First Lieut, and Adft. 
Elijah F. Gillen, . . 
First Lieut. & Qr. Master. 
S. G. Paxton, . . . 
First Lieut. & Commissary 
George S. South, . . 

Surgeon, 
Matthew McEwen, . 

Ass't Surgeons, 
Ozias Nellis, . . . 
Edward L. Gilliam, . 

Captains, 
William B. Johnson, . 
Israel B-, Murdoch, . 



Pro. to Brigadier Gen'l. 



Mustered out. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Second Cavalry Regiment — Continued. 



;;:; 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Remarks. 



April 29, '64. 
Nov. 24, '63. 
January 27, '63, 
April 1, '63. 
May 18, '63. 
May 11, '63. 
Nov. 5, '62. 
Nov. 5, '62. 
Oct. 16, '61. 
Nov. 2, '64. 

May 18, : 63. 
July 14, '64. 
Nov. 22, '61. 
Nov. 5, '62. 
May 18, '63. 
July 12, '64. 
May 18, '63. 
April 29, '64. 
April 29, '64. 
May 18, '63. 
Oct. 16, '61. 
Nov. 2, '64. 

April 29, '64. 
April 29, '64. 
Oct. 9, '62. 
January 2, '63. 
January 47, '63. 
April 1, '63. 
May 18, *63. 
Oct. 24, '63. 
Oct. 9, '62. 
Nov. 5, '62. 
Oct. 16, '61. 
Sept. 30, '64. 



James A. Morrison, 
James A. Umpleby, 
Jeremiah Davidson, 
George Millard, . 
Joseph Ankrom, 
Alexander H. Ricker, 
William M. Fortcscue 

Edwin S.Morgan, . . 

George W. Gilmore, . 

Jasper A. Smith, . . 

First Lieutenants, 

Alexander Ward, . . 

Edward A. Rosser, . 
Jeremiah M. Boyd, 

John McNally, . . 

John D. Barber, . . 

William S. Merrill, . 

John J. Medlicott, , 

James W. Richer, . . 

Samuel S. Hawks, . . 

James M. Merrill, . 

James Abraham, . . 

Milton Millen, . . . 

Second Lieutenants, 

Ebenezer E. Wilson, . 

WilliamS. Merrill, . 
Harvey J. Fulmer, 

James A. Hoover, . . 

Henry F. Swentzel, . 

Oliver C. Ong, . . 
Alberto Campbell, 

Charles C. Clise, . . 

Jonathan B. Carlisle, . 

Walter Christopher, . 

Lewis M. Dawson, . 

Wm. J. Kirkendall, . 



Killd 'in action near Winches 
July 27, 1864. 



Dismissed. 



Pro. to 1st Lt, Co. "F." 



Prisoner of war 



Prisoner of war. 
Prisoner of war. 
Dismissed. 



Thefollowing Officers have been commissioned in this Regiment since the muster 
out and consolidation of companies. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Nov. 26, '64. 

Nov. 26, '64. 
5 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Lieut- Colonel, 
James Allen, . . 

Major, 
Edwin S. Morgan, 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Second Cavalry Regiment — Continued. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Hank 



Remarks. 



Nov. 26, '64. 

" 26 " 

" 26 " 

" 26 " 

Nov. 26, '64. 

" 26 " 

" 26 " 

" 26 " 

" 26 " 

" 26 " 

" 26 " 

" 26 " 

" 26 " 

" 26 " 



Captains. 
John McNally, 
Henry F. Swentzel, 
George S. South, . 
Alberto Campbell, 

First Lieutenants., 
Samuel McVey, 
Elihu D. Robinson, 
Ebenezer E. Wilson, 
Charles C. Clise, . 

Second Lieutenants, 
Wm. S. McClanahan, 
Martin Kramer, 
Elijah B. Farmer, 
George Freeman, 
James W. Hicks, 
Elisha T. Flesher, 



Roster of the Field and Staff and Company Officers of the Third Regi- 
ment West Va. Cavalry Vols., shoiving the changes which have 
taken place since January 1st, 1864, date of last report. 



Date of Commission. 


Names and Rank. 


: 
D 


Remarks. 




FIELD AND STAFF. 








Colonel, 






July 18, '63. 


David H. Strother, . 
Lieut. Colonel, 




Not mustered as Colonel. Resigned. 


July 18, '63. 


J. Lowry McGee, . . 
Majors, 




" 


July 18, '63. 


S. B. Conger, . . . 




Killed in action. 


July 18, '63. 


Lot Bowen, .... 




Resigned. 


April 13, '64. 


J. S. Witcher, . . . 
1st Lieut, and Adjutant. 




_ 


July 18, '64. 


John E. Bowers, . ' . 
1st Lieut- and Qr. Master. 




Vice Powell, resigned. 


Nov. 26, '64. 


Samuel Mellor, . . . 
First Lt. and Commissary, 




Vice Haymoud, promoted to Capt. & C. S. 


Oct. 7, '63. 


D. W. Drake, . . . 
Surgeon, 




Honorably discharged. 


July 8, '62. 


Thomas Morton, . . 
AssH Surgeons, 




- 


April 22, '64. 
May 16, '64. 


David S. Pinnell, . . 




Resigned. 


Benoni Parkinson, . . 




Promoted to Surgeon 17th W. V. Inf'y. 




Chaplain, 






July 1, '64. 


Charles W. Slaughter, 
Captains, 




_ 


Nov. 26, '64 


B. C. Smith, .... 


A 


Vice Conger, promoted. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Third Regiment — Continued. 



35 



Date <>f Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Remarks. 



Oct. 21, '62. 
March 1, '04. 
May 17, '63. 
Jan. 23. '64. 
Nov. 25, '62. 
July 6, '64. 
Feb'y 19, '63. 
Oct. 27, '63. 
Sept. 12, '63. 

April 8, '64." 

Nov. 22, '62. 
July 15, '63. 
Sept. 8, '64. 
May 17, '63. 
Sept. 24, '64. 

Sept. 24, '64." 
Feb'y 19, '63. 
Oct. 12, '63. 
Sept. 12, '63. 

April 8, '64. 

Nov. 22, '62. 
Sept. 8, '64. 
July 18, 1862. 
Dec. 1, 1863. 



C. W. White, . 
Peter Tabler, . 
Ct. W. McVicker, 
Timothy F. Roane 
S. C. Means, 
John Harshbarger 
W. H. Flesher, . 
C. E. Anderson, 
David B. Wolf, . 

John L. Hurst, . 

First Lieutenants 
W. W. Barrett, 
] J. P. Johnson, . 
(Albert Teets, . 
JMcGill Clark, . 
G. W. Starr, . . 

Granville Curry, 
| A. W. Davis, . 
|G. A. Sexton, . 
| J. P. Matthews, 

J. M. Heavner, . 
Second Lieutenants, 

JB. C. Smith, . . 
J. W. Kneedler, 
jJoseph Robbins, 
W. E. Lovett, . 



June 19, 1863. [Francis J. LeSage, 

Feb'y 19, 1864. A. J. Adams, . . 

Oct. 27, 1863. ;Nathan Rexroad, . 

Nov. 14, 1864. lira E. Freeman, , 

April 13, 1864. ,S. A. Childers, . . 



B _ 

C [Vice Hoffman, killed. 

I) 

13 Vice Bowen, promoted. 



Vice Witcher, promot'd 
Dismissed. 



V 
G 

II 
I 

K 
LI 
M _ 

A 

T> Killed in action near Salem, Va. 

C iVice Bowers, promoted. 

D 

E Vice Clark, killed in ac'n 

F 

( 1 Vice Harshbarger, pro. 

H 

I 

K 

L 

M 



Promoted to Capt. 
Vice Teets, promoted. 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Roster of the Held and Staff and Company Officers of the fourth 
Regiment West Va. Cavalry Vols., showing the changes which 
have taken place sirice January 1st, 1864, date of last report. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Bank. 



Bemarks. 



Nov. 20, 18G3. 

Aug 29, 1863. 

Sept. 1, 1863. 

" 1, " 
Nov. 27, 1863. 

Aug. 20, 1863. 

July 11, 1863. 

Oct. 2, 1863. 

Aug. 17, 1863. 

Nov. 14, 1863. 

Aug. 29, 1863. 

July 18, 1863. 

July 22, 1863. 

July 31, 1863. 

Aug. 27, 1863. 

Aug. 14, 1863. 

Dec. 18, 1863. 

Aug. 29, 1863. 

Aug. 27, 1863. 

Aug. 29, 1863. 
" 29, " 
" 29 " 

Nov. 27', 1863. 

July 18, 1863. 
July 22, 1863. 
July 31, 1863. 
Aug. 5, 1863. 
Aug. 14, 1863. 

Aug. 29, 1863. 
" 29, " 
" 29, " 
" 29, " 
" 29 " 

Oct. 21/1863. 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Colonel, 
Joseph Snider, . 

Lieut. Colonel, 
Samuel W. Snider, 

Majors, 
Charles F. Howes, 
Nathan Goff, jr., . 
James A. Smith, . 

First Lieut, and Ad ft, 
William McGee, . 
First Lieut, ifc Qr. Mastei 
Thomas Bonsai, 
First Lieut. & Commis'ry 
W. H. B. South, 

Surgeon, 
David S. Pinnell, 

Assistant Surgeon 
David Shanor, . 

Chaplain, 
Jeremiah L. Simpson, 

Captains, 
William H. Shanley, . 
J. L. Simpson, . . . 
Robert C. Arbuckle, . 
0. A. Hutchison, 
John F. Wanless, 
James H. Hibbetts 
James H. Algeo, 
Michael Donohue, 
J. S. P. Barker, 
John S. McDonald 
Morris M. Snider, 
William King, . 

First Lieutenants, 
David H. Dawson, 
Wm. H. Morgan, 
Scott A. Harter, 
William L. Theis, 
John L. Hurst, . 
James H. Hibbetts, 
Francis A. Barnes, 
Joseph A. Summers 
D. S. Elliott, . . 
Francis Harris, . . 
Joseph La Mont, . 
T. W. Kelley, . . 



Mustered out. 

Mustered out. 

Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 

Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out- 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 

Mustered out. 
Appointed Chaplain. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out- 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 

Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Promoted to Captain. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Fourth Regiment Cavalry — Continued. 



37 



Djiti- "f < 'o nun 



Name and Rank. 



July 18, 1863. 
Aug. 5, 1863. 
July 31, 1863. 
Aug. 29, 1863. 
Aug. 10, 1863. 
Aug. 29, 1863. 

" 29, 

" 29, 

" 29, 

" 29, 

" 29, 
Nov. 27, 1863. 



Second Lieutenants 
William IT. Travis 
Granville Brown, 
Thomas E. Davis, 
E. L. Davis, . . 
L. I). Westfall, . 
Daniel P. James, 
Thomas J. Sprague 
Marshall Allen, 
Thomas Buchanan 
William Varley, 
A. J. Vickers, . 
Joseph. H. Barker 



Remarks*. 



s. 


A 




r. 




(j 




D 




K 




V 




G 




r-i 




i 




K 




L 




M 



Mustered out- 
Mustered out- 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out- 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 



Roster of the Field and Staff and Company Officers of the Fifth Regiment 
West Va. Cavalry Vols., (formerly Second Infantry, ) shotting the changes 
which have taken place since January 1st, 1864, date of last report. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Remarks. 



May 24, 1862. 

June 30, 1863. 

April 25, 1864. 

April 27, 1864. 

July 26, 1862. 

March 13, 1863. 

Sept. 20, 1862. 

Aug. 23, 1861. 

Sept. 1, 1863. 
Jan. 18, 1864. 
April 4, 1863. 
April 27, 1864. 
Oct. 10, 1864. 
Nov. 26, 1862. 
Aug. 2, 1861. 
April 27, 1864. 
Dec. 23, 1862. 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Colonel, 
George R. Latham, . 

Lieut. Colonel, 
Alexander Scott, . 

Major, 
David D. Barclay, . . 
First Lieut, and Adf t. 
John C. French, . . 
First Lieut. & Qr. Master, 
Alex'r J. Penticost, . 

Surgeon, 
Eli N. Love, .... 

AssH Surgeon, 
Theodore Millspaugh, 

Cliaplain, 
James W. W. Bolton, 

Captains, 
Oliver R. West, . . 
Amos B. Hammer, 
James K. Billingsly, . 
John R. Frisbee, . . 
Thomas E. Day, . . 
Thomas B. Smith, . . 
Chatham T. Ewing, . 
John Comb's, . . . 
Norval W. Truxal, . 



Mustered out. 



Vice MoNally, killed in action at Rocky 
Gap, Va. Mustered out. 



Vice Combs, promoted. Declined pro 

tionand was not mustered. 



Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 



Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 

Vice Wilson, resigned. Mustered out. 

Mustered out. 

Vice Barclay, promoted. Mustered out. 
Mustered out and re-commissioned. 

Mustered out. 

Trans, to 1st W. V. Ar'y 

Vice Basnfield, dismissed. Mastered out. 

Mustered out. 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Fifth Cavalr// Regiment — Continued. 



Date of Commission. 



Feb. 7, 1862. 
Aug. 4, 18G4. 

July 9, 1862. 
April 27, 1864. 
Sept. 23, 1862. 
April 27, 1864. 
April 27, 1864. 
April 27, 1864. 
Jan. 11, 1862. 
March 16, 1863, 
April 27, 1864. 
Oct. 10, 1864. 
Aug. 4, 1864. 

Sept. 1, 1863. 
Sept. 1, 1863. 
March 26, 1864. 
Oct. 9, 1862. 
Jan. 13, 1863. 
Nov. 28, 1862. 
May 28, 1862. 
Nov. 26, 1862. 
Dec. 23, 1862. 
Oct. 10, 1864, 
Aug. 20, 1864. 



Names and Rank. 



Andrew Grubb, . . 

Michael Donohue, . . 

First Lieutenants, 

Oliver R. West, . . 

Felix B. Hewes, . . 
[Henry Shultz, . 

! Jacob Collmer, . . . 

I James Smith, . . . 
William Schmolze, 

[Howard Morton, . . 

iLewis P. Salterbach, . 

James Montgomery, . 
D. J. M. Williamson, . 

Henry W. Brazie, . . 

Second Lieutenants, 
James R. Hutchinson, 

Felix B. Hughes, . . 
George H. Kirkpatrick 

Jacob Collmer, . . . 

James Smith, . . . 

William Schmolze, . 
Samuel J. Shearer, 

Andrew P. Russell, . 

James Montgomery, . 

George W. Miller, . . 
James W. Myers, . 



Remarks. 



Mustered out. 



A Promoted to Capt. 

~T> | Vice Hammers, promoted. Must'd out. 

C (Dismissed. 

T\ Vice Frisbee, promoted. Mustered out. 
Vice French, promoted. Mustered out. 
Vice Smith, promoted. Mustered out. 



Trans, to 1st W.V. Ar'y. 
Mustered out. 

Vice C. H. Day. promoted to Major 17th 

W. V. Infantry. Mustered out. 
Vice Weaver, killed in action. Prisoner 



Vice Black, dismissed. Mustered out. 

Promoted to 1st Lieut. 
Promoted to 1st Lieut. 



Trans, to 1st W. V. Ar'y 
Mustered out. 
jPromoted to 1st Lieut. 
I Vice Williamson, pro'd. 



Roster of the Field and Staff and Company Officers of the Sixth Regiment 
West Va- Cavalry Vols., (formerly Third Infantry,) shouting the changes 
which have taken place since January 1st, 1864, date of last report. 



Date of CommissioD. 



Name and Rank. 



Remarks. 



July 23, 1861. 
Oct. 27, 1864. 
Oct. 27, 1864. 
Jan'y 14, 1864. 
Aug. 5, 1861. 
Oct. 5, 1864. 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Colonel, 
David T. Hewes, . . 

Lieut. Colonel, 
Rufus E. Fleming, . 

Major, 
Peter J. Potts, . . . 
First Lieut, and Adj't, 
Hiram J. Willey, . . 
First Lieut. & Qr. Master, 
John H. Shuttle worth, 

Surgeon, 
Abel H. Thayer, . . 



Dismissed. 

Vice Thompson, mustered out. 

Vice Hunter, must, out, 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 
Vice Thomas, must. out. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Sixth Cavalry Regiment — Continued. 






Date of Commission. 



Oct. 3, 1862. 

Aug. 5, 1861. 
Dec. 10, 1862. 
Jan'y 19, 1864. 

Nov. 28, 1862. 
Dec. 10, 1862. 
Nov. 26, 1864. 
Nov. 1, 1864. 
Oct. 6, 1864. 
March 26, 1864. 
May 30, 1863. 
March 9, 1S64. 

Aug. 5, 1861. 
Dec. 10, 1862. 
April 6, 1864. 
Nov. 11, 1864. 
Dec. 10, 1862. 
Nov. 26, 1864. 
Nov. 1, 1864. 

" 1, " 
Sept. 21, 1S62. 
Nov. 28, 1862. 
March, 9, 1864. 

May 15, 1862. 
Dec. 10, 1862. 
Aug. 7, 1863. 
Nov. 11, 1S64. 
Nov. 1, 1864. 
Nov. 26, 1864. 
Nov. 1, 1864. 

Jan'y 28, 1863. 
Nov. 28, 1862. 
March 9, 1864. 



Names and Rank. 



Chaplain, 
Andrew J. Lyda, . 

Captains, 
James J. Thompson, 
'Lewis A. Myers, 
Dennis B. Jeffers, 
Andrew J. Squires 
\ Peter J. Potts, . 
John Somerville, 
James S. Law, . 
Win. H. Kantner, 
Louis P. Purdy, 
jGalehna Law, . 
i Jacob S. Hyde, . 

First Lieutenants, 
A. C. Pickenpaugh 
Henry F. Mayer, 
David E McGinnis 
I Robert F. Lindsey 
(Bartholomew Clark 
{George Bumgarner 
Arthur E. Wells, , 
W. W. Hickman, 
Louis B. Purdy, 
: John Somerville, 
John S. Wotring, 

Second Lieutenants, 
Nicholas B. Medara, 
James S. Law, . 
David E. McGinnis, 
Samuel R. Hanen, 
Alonzo B. Bunten 
Porter Flesher, . 
John W. Kidwell, 
R. W. Blue,. . 
Robert F. Lindsey 
Jacob W. Core, . 
iEli L. Parker, . 



Remarks. 



Vice Cobun, killed in action, i 
out. 



Resigned. 

A Mustered out, 

B Mustered out. 

C 

D 

E Promoted to Major. 

F Vice Sheets, dismissed. 

G Vice Fleming, promoted. 

II Vice Bryte, dismissed. 

I Mustered out. 

K Prisoner of war. 

L 



Prisoner of war. 

In arrest, awaiting sentence of G. C. M. 
Vice Jeffers, promoted, mustered out. 

Vice Hollis, must'd out. 
Mustered out. 
Vice Davidson, mus. out. 
Vice Link, mustered out. 
Vice Kantner, promt 'd. 
Promoted to Captain. 
Promoted to Capt. Co. F. 



Prisoner of war. 
Promoted to Capt. Co. G. 
Promoted to 1st Lieut. 

Vice Hincbaugh. mustered out. 

Vice Gould, must. out. 
Vice Jones, deceased. 
Vice Wickes, must. out. 
Vice Kantner, promt'd. 
Promoted to 1st Lieut. 
Prisoner of war. 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Roster of the Field and Staff and Company Officers of the Seventh Regi- 
ment', West Va. Cavalry Vols., (formerly Eighth 'infantry,) showing 
the changes which have taken place since January 1st, 1864, date 
of last report. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



March 1, '63. 

March 1, '63. 

March 1, '63. 
June 20, '64. 
October 27, '64. 

August 12, '64. 

June 20, '64. 

Dec. 14, '64. 

May 23, '62. 

May 23, '62. 
Nov. 11, '62. 

March 1, '63. 

Dec. 3, '61, 
October, 27, '64. 
June 20, '64. 
January 31, '63. 
January 14, '62. 
August 17, '63. 
July 9, '62. 
Nov. 27, '63. 
June 31, '63. 
March 19, '63. 
May 21, '64. 
October 27, '64. 

October 27, '64 
Dec. 14, '64. 
Dec. 14, '64. 
August 17, '63 
August 17, '63 
August 23, '64 
Sept. 22, '64. 
Dec. 5, '63. 
August 17, '63 
Sept. 22, '64. 
May^l, '64. 
Sept. 22, '64. 



FIELD AND STAFF. 

Colonel, 
John H. Oley, . . . 

Lieut Colonel, 
John J. Polsley, . . 

Majors, 
Hedgeman Slack, . . 
William Gramm, . . 
Edgar B. Blundon, . 
First Lieut, and Adft, 
George W. Brown, . 
First Lieut. & Qr. Master. 
John W. Wingfield, . 
First Lieut. & Commissary 
John McCombs, . 

Surgeon, 
Lucien L. Comstock, . 

AssH Surgeons, 

James H. Rouse, . . 

Lewis V. Stanford, . 

Chaplain, 
Andrew W. Gregg, . 

Captains, 
Richard H. Lee, . . 
Edward P. Wilbur, . 
Charles A. Smith, . 
John W. Reynolds, . 
Alonzo M. Wilson, . 
Jacob M. Rife, . . . 
James S. Cassady, . . 
Fletcher C. Lanham, . 
Francis Mathers, . „ 
Elias Powell, . . . 
Isaac M. Rucker, . . 
William A. Walton, . 

First Lieutenant*, 
John L. McVey, . . 
William V. B. Bias, . 
Sprague Lawrence, . 
Isaac A. Wade, . . 
John F. Grayum, . . 
William H. Newcomb, 
James D. Fellers, . . 
Jacob Webb, . . . 
Charles Stover, '. . . 
John A. Cobb, . . . 
Lewis Martin, . . . 
George W. Karnes, . 



Vice Walton, promoted to Capt. <'<>. M. 



Vice Kimball, promot'd 



Vice Gramm, promoted. 
Vice J. M. Rife, transf 'd 



Vice Walton, promot'd. 
Vice Wilbum, promot'd 
Vice Smith, promoted. 



Vice Lanham, promoted 



Vice Walter, promoted. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Seventh Cavalry Regiment — Continued. 



41 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Remarks. 



Dec. 3, '61. 
March 19, '63. 
Dec. 14, '64. 
August 17, '63. 
August 17, '63. 
August 23, '64. 
October 27, '64. 
Sept. 22, '64. 
January 31, '63. 
Sept. 22, '64. 
May 21, '64. 
Nov. 26, '64. 



Second Lieutenants, 
Caleb H. Casdorph, 
Joseph F. Hager, . 
Lafayette W. Pauley, 
Harvey Reynolds, . 
William H. Beckner, 
Robert C. Dawson, 
John E. Swarr, . 
Nimrod Mason, 
John Price, . 
Henry L. Carter, . 
John D. Young, . 
Charles W. Angel, 



Vice Lawrence, pro. 



Vice Newcomb, pro. 
Vice McVey, promoted. 
Vice Stover, promoted. 

Vice Cobb, promoted. 



Roster of Commissioned Officers of the First Regiment West Va. Light Artil- 
lery VoVs, shoiving the changes which have taken place since January 1st, 
1864, date of last report. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Bank. 



Remarks. 



Sept. 5, '63. 
October 28, '62. 
October 16, '62. 
August 19, '62. 
October 2, '62. 
June 7, '64. 
August 2, '61. 
Sept. 24, '63. 

October 24, '63. 
Nov. 19, '64. 
Sept. 20, '62. 
April 5, '64^ 
January 25, '62. 
October 16, '62. 
August 19, '62. 
March 26, *64. 
Sept. 18, '62. 
October 17, '62. 
March 20, '62. 
Sept. 4, '63. 
January 11, '62. 
July 7, '64. 
August 25, '64. 



Captains, 
George Furst, . . . 
John V. Keeper, . . 
Wallace Hill, . . . 
John Carliu, . . . 
Alexander C. Moore, . 
George W. Graham, . 
Chatham T. Ewing, . 
James H. Holmes, . 

First Lieutenants, 
Frederick Hoffman, . 
Christian Koenig, . . 
Benj. H. H. Atkinson, 
Melvin A. McLaughlin 
Dennis O'Leary, 
John G. Theis, . 
Ephraim Chalfant 
J. Melvin Richards, 
George W. Burner 
Francis M. Lowry 
John S. S. Herr, 
Madison Carter, 
Howard Morton, 
John E. Morgan, 
George W. Burnett, 



Mustered out. 



Vice Maulsby, resigned. Mustered out. 

Mustered out. 



Vice Pendleton, mustered out. 



Vice Hill, promoted. 

Vice Theaker, dismissed. Not mustered. 

Discharg'd for disability 

Resigned. 
Mustered out. 
Mustered out. 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Seventh Cavalry Regiment — Continued. 



Date of Commission. 



Names and Rank. 



Remarks. 



Nov. 19, '64. 
April 5, '64. 
July 10, '62. 
Dec. 1, '63, 
Dec. 1, '63. 
August 19, '62. 
March 26, '64. 
Sept. 18, '62. 
October 7, '64. 
January, 7, '63. 
May 28, '62. 
July 7, '64. 
August 29, '64. 



Second Lieutenants, 
James M. Gray, 
Hiram B. Depew, . 
Joseph W. Daniels, 
Theodore G. Field, 
John W. Jacobs, . 
Thomas Harris, jr., 
John L. Morrison, 
John T. Latham, . 
William A. McNulty, 
James C. Means, . , 
Samuel J. Shearer, 
James B. Gorrell, . 
John B. McNally, . 



Vice McLaughlin, pro. 
Killed in action. 
Vice Langley, resigned. 
Vice Miner, resigned. 

Vice Richards, promoted. Not mustered. 

Vice Fogg, dismissed. 
Mustered out. 

Vice Morgan, promoted 



" nn> » 



APPENDIX "B. 



Record of Captain William J. RoWs Company, li A," First Regiment West 
Va. Infantry Volunteers, shotting the changes in said company from the date 
of organization to the date of muster-out on the 2<Jth day of November, 1804, 
by Lieut. Henry C. Peck, 14th W. S. Infantry. Compiled, from the muster 
out rolls. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Weddle, Jacob . . Capt., 
Robb, William J. . Capt., 

Kelly, William B. . IstLt., 
Barnes, John ... 2d Lt., 
Simpson, Thomas M. 2d Lt., 
Higgins, Robert . . Serg't, 
Richardson, Thoph- 

ilas jCorp'l, 

Weddle, Henry . . Serg't, 
Greer, Henry C. . iCorp'l, 
Baird, James . . . jPriv., 
Bently, Martin . . " 
Bentz, Jacob . . . ! " 
Corkran, James R. . j " 
Coleman, William . " 
Detrich, John . . " 
Ditmore, John . . " 
Emery, John . . . j " 
Evans, William R. . ] " 
Foster, John A. . . " 
Gliddon, Alexander 
Gruber, Charles . . 
Hane, William C. . 
Holliday, Thomas B. 
Hicks, Richard . . 
Harris, Edgar T. . 
Harron, William . 
Habig, Peter . . . 
"Haberfield, Geo. S. . 
Henry, James A. . 
Moore, John H. . . 
Moore, Josiah S. . 
McCormick, Frank . \ " 
Smith, John W. . . " 
Thompson, Herschel " 
Thacker, Thomas . | " 
Wharton, Lewis . . [ " 

Recruits, 
Castle, Henry C. . jPriv., 
Cummins, Michael . i " 



23 



Sep. 25,1861, 
Nov. 1,1862, 



Sep. 25,1861, 

25, " 
June 9, 1862, 
Sep. 25, 1861, 

Sep. 25,1861, 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, « 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, '■ 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

Mar, 31, 1864, 

31, " 



Promoted Major Oct. 3, 1862. Pro- 
moted Lt. Colonel. 

Promoted from 1st Serg't to 2d Lieut. 
Co. G, Dec. 14, '61. Promoted 1st Lt. 
Co. A, Sept. '62, to Capt. Nov. I, '62. 
Capt'd at Petersburg, W. Va., June 
31, 1864. 

Detached A. D. C. to Gen. Kelley 
since Nov. 5, 1861. 
Killed in action at Port Republic, Va. 
June 9, 1862. 

Promoted from 1st Sergeant June 9, 
1862. 



Captured at Petersburg, TV. Va., Feb. 
1, 1864. 



Missing in action at Berryville, Va., 
Sept. 3, 1864. 



Captured Oct. 8,'6*. -while straggling 
on march from Harrisonburg, Va. 



Left in Valley of Va. sick. Since 

captured. 

Captured while straggling on march 

from Harrisonburg, Va., Oct..8, '64. 



46 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company U A," First Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks - 



Hicks, Linsley . 
Martin, Joseph . 
Power, Michael . 
Lewis, Frank 
Meissner, John G. 
Thorn, Samuel S. 
Clevis, Charles . 
Sheperson, Win. R 

Veterans, 
Irwin, Clarence E. 
Ripley, Peter . 
Booth, James C. 
Smith, William C. 
Hamilton, Smith 
Robertson, John C 
Venaman, John . 
Stringer, Oliver. 

Clifton, PlatoffN. 
Detrich, Frank . 
Gilespie, John . 
Lever, Joseph . 
Petticord, James T 
Foster, Henry C. 
Gosney, Andrew 
Retor, Oscar . . 

Bier, Philip A. . 
Rose, George W. 
Beyer, John . . 
Chisnell, Martin 
Newlove, James T 
Rigsby, George A. 
Mclntee, Matthew 
Eckhart, August 
Greer, David . 
Robertson, Clegg. D. 
Rodenback, William 
Stuber, George . . 
Dickerson, Emanuel 

Discharged. 
Macauley, James A. 
Prysock, Thomas G. 
Griffith, Constantino 
Gilespie, Andrew 
Miller, Michael . 
Ritz, Michael . 
West, Daniel 
Wasson, Thomas 



Priv., 



1st Ser 

Serg't, 
Corp'l, 



Priv., 



Serg't, 
Corp'l, 
Priv., 



33 


Mar. 31, 1864, 


21 


Jan. 28, " 


26 


Jan. 28, " 


19 


Mar. 24, " 


42 


Feb. 15, " 


18 


15, " 


18 
18 


Apr. 2, " 
14, " 


18 


Sept. 25, 1861, 


24 


25, " 


26 


25, " 


22 


25, " 


24 


25, " 


26 


Oct. 13, " 


21 
18 


Sept. 25, " 
25, " 


22 


25, " 


121 


25, " 


20 


25, '" 


35 


25, " 


19 


25, " 


28 


25, " 


27 


25, " 


23 


25, " 


26 


25, " 


37 


25, " 


35 


25, " 


18 


25, " 


23 


25, " 


18 


25, " 


42 


25, " 


19 


25, " 


21 


25, " 


19 


25, " 


10 


Oct. 13, " 


19 
23 


Sept. 25, " 
25, " 


22 
29 


Sept. 25, 1861, 
25, " 


36 


25, " 


21 


25, " 


26 


25, " 


35 


25, " 


28 


25, " 


34 


25, " 



Hissing in action at Winchester, Va., 
July 24, 1864. 

Captured while straggling on march 
: Harrisonburg, Va., Oct. 8, '64, 
Wounded at Piedmont, Va., June 5, 
1864, and left in the enemy's hands. 



Re-enlisted Feb. 11, 1861. 
- 11, '■ 

12, " 
23, " 
23, " 
23, " 

Re-enlisted Jan. 25, '61. Captured 
at New-Market, Va., May 15, '61. 

Re-enlisted Jan. 1,'64. Left in hands 
of enemy to care for "wounded, 
June 18, 1864. 

Re-enlis'd Jan. 1, '64. 
25, " 
25, " 



25, 
25, 



<< 



Captured at New-Market, Va., May 
15, '64. Re-enlisted Feb. 23, '64. 

Re-enlsid Feb. 23,'64 

Wounded and left in hands of enemy 
at Piedmont, Va., June 5, '64. Re-en- 
listed fob. 2:1. 1864. 
Re-enlisted Feb. 23, 1864. 

23, " 

Re-enlisted March 13, 1864. 

19, " 

21, " 

Missing in action at Cedar Creek, 
Aug. 12, '64. Re-enlisted Mar. 19, '8*. 

Re-enlisd Feb. 26,'64 
11, « 
11, " 

U> " , 

11, " 

12, " 
04 " 



Discharged for disability Oct. 15, '62, 
at Camp Parole, Alexandria, Va. 

Discharged fur disability Sept. IS, 
'62, at Washington, D. t'. 

Discharged for disability July 21, 
'62. at Washington, D. C. 

>t for disability Oct. 6, '62. 

Discharged for disability Sept. 30, 

'62, at Arlington Heights. Va. 
Discharged for disability June 30, 

1882. 
discharged by Gcn'I Order Xo. 151 

War Department Series of 1862. 
Discharged lor disability, August 13, 

1862. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "A" First Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



47 



N;llil'--. 



Bank. -> 



Mericle, Albert W. 
Bumford, William . 
Clark, Hezekiah . 
Maxwell, William . 
Cochran, William . 

Fletcher, James 

Riley, Lee A. . . 

Booth, Jason . . . 

Mayer, Henry P. . 

Transferred. 

Kraft, Albert . . 
Ebbert, William B. 

Gilchrist, William . 

Died, 
Connelly, George L. 

Denis, John . . . 
Hamilton, Milton . 
Lukens, Joshua B. . 
Mitchell, Andrew J. 
Rader, Adam . . 

Simpson, James . . 

Jefferson, Alex'r H 

Deserted, 
Hagerman, Jesse 
Smith, John B. . 
Shoup, Jacob 

Wills, John . 
Coppenger, John 
Howell, Thomas 
Aggregate,- 



Priv., 



When mustered 
into service. 



Corp'l, 
Priv., 



Priv., 

Priv., 

IstSgt 
Priv., 



Sept. 25, 18G1, 
25, " 
25, " 

Feb. 13, 1862, 
15, 1864. 

Sept. 25, 1861, 
25, " 
25, " 
25, " 



23 Sept. 25, 
2< I 25, 



24 
Corp'l, 24 

Priv., 22 
40 
21 

29 
28 
30 



Oct. 13, 

Sept. 25, 

25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 



Oct. 
Sept. 

Sept. 



25, 



25, " 
25, " 
25, " 

Aug. 6,1862. 
14, " 



Discharged for disability, June 

!, i B62. 
Discharged for disability, Feb. 

Discharged for disability - \ pr. 
ii. i- i, al Romney, w .\ a, 

id for disability at 
Cameron. W. Va. 

Discharged for disability .Oct. 
27, 1864, at Claryville Hospi- 
tal, Md. 

Dishonorably discharged at 
\\ heeling, W. Va. 

Re-enlisted Feb. 12. 1864. Dis- 
W. Va. 

id al Wheeling, W. 

Va., Oct. 1-, 1864. 

Discharged at Wheeling, W. 

Va., Oct. in, 

Promoted to Hospital Steward, 
Sept. 25, L861. 

Re-enlisted Feb. 12. 1864. Pro- 
moted to Serg't Major, . I uly 
29, 1864. 

Promoted to Principal Musi- 
cian, May 1, 1803. 

Be-enlisted Mar. 9, 1864. Kill- 
ed in action at New Market, 
May 15, 1864. 

Killed in act ion al Port Repub- 
lic. June 9, 1862. 

Killed in action at Port Re- 
public, June 9, I 62. 

Killed in action at Snicker's 
Ford, Va., July 18, 1864. 

Rilled on 0. & A. It. R., June 
28, L862. 

Re-enlisted Feb. 23, 1864. Hied 
of wound* received at New 
Market, Ma\ 23, 1864. 

Re-enlisted Feb. 11,1864. Died 
of wounds received at New- 
Market, June 16, 186 1. 

Re-enlisted Feb. 23, L864. Kill- 
ed in action at New Market, 
May 15, 1864. 

Deserted at Wheeling, W. Va- 
,Iau. 6, 1863. 

Deserted at Wheeling, W. Va., 
Dec. 26 

Re-enlisted March 19, 1864. 
Deserted at Winchester, Va., 
July 24, 1864. 

Deserted al Cumberland, Md., 
July 24, 1863. 

Deserted at North Mountain, 
Va., Feb. in, 1863. 

Deserted from 77th Ohio Infy. 
Retured to his regiment. 



.109. 



Record of Captain George M. White's Company H B," First West Virginia 
Volunteer Infantry, showing the changes in said Company from the date of 
organization to the date of 'muster- out, on the 26th day of November, 18G4, by 
Lieut. Henry C. Peck, 4th U. S. Infantry. Compiled from the muster-out 
rolls. 



When mustered 
into service. 



White, James C. . Capt., 
White, George M. * , " 

McElroy, James. . :1st Lt. 



3,1861, Resigned Jan. 16, '63. 

~ Pro- 
Cap- 
tured at Hoorefleld, Wept. 11, '68. 
^fi Sprit *-) 1861 I A PP oi nt«d Adjutant; date unknown. 



25 Oct, 
20Jan. 



1 QAQ Promoted 1st I.t.. Mnv 1,1863. 
±U, J.OOO,| moted Capt. Jan. 16. 1863. 



48 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company U B, U First Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks . 



Daugherty, John W. 

McKee, Thomas H. 

Ryan, John F. . . 
Clemmons, John M. 
Russell, James A. 
Swords, Robert M. 
Nelson, John M. 
Waugh, Robert . 
Caldwell, James . 
Miller, Thomas . 
Updegraff, Jacob, 
Chambers, Win. H. 
Davis, James M. 
Gillespie, John D. 
Handle, William 
Jones, James W. 
Jones, Isaac . . 
Kimberland, C. H. 
McNabb, James . 
McNabb, John, . 
Patterson, Samuel 
Prather, George M 
Ross, Perry J. . 
Smith, Clark, 
Still, Samuel . . 

Prisoners of War, 
Green, Henry H. 
Kimberland, John C 
Noland Joseph . 
Stock, Henry C. 
Taylor, George D. 
Wells, Edwin 

Recruits, 
Billingsley, James E 
Crusen, John C. . 
Conway, Peter . 
Jeffers, Henry C. 
Kerns, Gamaliel . 
Sines, Ezra . . 
Swarr, Adam . . 

Veterans, 
Burnes James M. 
Roberts, William G 
Baker, David W. 
Carrens, Erastus 
Calbaugh, James E 
Davis Levi P. . 



1st Lt, 



2d Lt., 
1st Ser 
Serg't, 

Corp'l 



Priv. 



| Corp'l 



Priv. 

Corp'l 

Priv. 



Serg't, 
Corp'l 
Priv. 



32 

20] 

30 
21 
20 

30 
19 

2:'. 
2.1 
23 
44 
21 
19 
23 
25 
18 
27 
22 
39 
18 
20 
22 
20 
2)5 
19 

20 
35 
21 
19 
34 
20 

23 

20 
30 

15 

is 

18 
40 

21 
18 
21 

20 
21 
18 



Jan. 16,1863, 

Feb. 20. " 

Sep. 17, 1861, 

12, " 

Oct. 3', " 

Sep. ll', " 

Oct. 3, " 

17, « 
Sep. 11, " 
Oct. 17, " 
Sep. 16, " 

9, " 

15, « 

18, « 

17, « 

18, » 
18, « 

Oct. 3, " 

Sep. 11, " 

Oct. 3, " 

3, " 

3, " 

3 " 

Sep. 18^ " 

Oct. 3, " 

Sep. 16, " 

9, " 

Oct. 3, ■" 

Feb. 28, 1862. 

16, " 
Jan. 16, " 
Feb. 28, " 
Mar. 24, 1864, 

31, " 

Apr. 2, " 

Oct. 3, 1861. 

3 " 

Sep. 12' " 

Oct. 3, " 

Sep. 16, " 

16, " 



Promoted from 1st Serg'. to 1st, Lt. 

Nov. 12, '62. Trau^. 1 to Co. t for 

promotion toCapt.j 'late unknown. 
Promoted from isteterg't bo 2dLt. 

Nov. 1, '62. Captured at MOOTO- 

tleld Sept. 11, 1863. 
Promoted from 1st .Serg't to "2d Lt. 

Feb. 20, '68. 



Captured at Moorefleld, Sep. 11, '68, 



Missing inaction at New Market, 

Va., May 15, '64. 
Captured at Moorefleld, Sept. 11, b"i. 



Not mustered out. 



Re-enlis'd Jan. 25/64 

« 23, " 

Feb. 8, " 

Jan. 23, " 

* " " 23, " 

u 23( « 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company U B," First Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



49 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 

into service. 



Remarks. 



Green, Marshall S. . 
Halley, James . . 
Kimberland, David, 
Meryman, Thos. D. . 
Russell, Travilla A. 
Walters, Sylvester . 
Behar, Frederick . 
Cunningham, Jno. C 

Discharged, 
McLaughlin, And'w. 
Gasaway, John . . 
Daugherty, Daniel . 
Devinney, Wilber F. 
Buchaulous, Theo. 
Cogan, John, . . . 
Crawford, William . 
Davis, Charles S. . 
Hall, Alvin . . . 
Hamilton, Horatio . 
Jeffry, John S. . . 
Kerns, Davis . . . 
Miller, William I. . 
Moore, Ebenezer F. 
Murrey, James W. . 
McCafferty, William 
McElroy, Ebenezer 
McKeever, Burney . 
Noland, David . . 
O'Hanlin, Peter 
Plumer, William . 
Robinson Edward S. 
Robinson, Wash'n P. 
Shearer, Benj. F. . 
Thompson, And'w J. 
Thompson, E. J. 
Wilson, William H. 
Durrett, Henry C. 
Stewart, James D. 
White, Asa C. . 

Transferred, 
Clark, Thaddeus 
Kelley, Isaac 
Martin, Alexander 

Died, 
Davis, Shadrac . 
Dunlap, Samuel 
Fier, William 

7 



Priv. 



Serg't, 
Corp'l 



Priv. 



Mus'n 
Priv. 



Feb. 
Sep. 
Feb. 
Sep. 
Oct. 



18 
25 
18 
21 

is 
20 
24 Sep 
20 



18 

11) 
22 
18 
18 
A\ 
is 
23 
19 
31 
24 
34 
21 
24 
18 
18 

27 
33 
28 

21 
21 
28 



Oct. 
Sep. 



Oct. 



Sep. 



Oct. 



Sep. 



Jan. 
Feb, 



Sep. 



Oct, 



28, 
12, 
28, 
12, 

3, 

12, 

17, 

10, 

18, 

17, 

11, 

3, 

17, 

11, 

6, 

17, 

3, 

3, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

19, 

3, 

3, 

3, 

3, 

11, 
16, 
16, 
3, 
21, 
21, 
19, 
19, 

1, 

28, 



1862,Re-enlis'dFeb.l4'64 
1861,! " Jan. 23, " 
1862, " Feb. 14, " 

1861, " Jan. 23. - 

1861,!Re-enlis'd Jan. 23, '64 

<< 1! (< 9Q <• 

Re-enlisted Jan. 23, '64, Oap'd 
ai New Market, May 15, "64. 

Re-enlisted Jan. 2:1, '64' Oap'd 
at New Market, May 15, '64. 

Disch'd for disability; date unkn'wn. 



1862. 



11, 
12, 
19, 

16, 
3, 
3, 



1861, 



Discharged fur disability; July 
6, 1864. 

Discharged for disability; date un- 
known. 

Discharged by order Sec'y of War. 



Discharged for disability; date un- 
known. 
Discharged by order Sec'y of War. 

" for disability, Aug. '62. 

" by order Sec'y of War, 
Nov. 20, '62. 
Disch'd for disability, Nov. '62. 

" by order Sec'y of War. 



Disch'd for disability, Aug. '63. 
" " " Nov. '62. 

" by order Sec'y of War, 

Nov. 20, '62. 
Disch'd by order Sec'y of War; date 

unknown. 
Disch'd for disability; date unknown 

Disch'd for disability; date unknown. 

Discharged for disability; date un- 
known. 

Disch'd by order Sec'y of War, 
Nov. 20, '62. 

Disch'd by order Scc'v of War, 
Nov. 2o, '62. 

Disch'd for disability, Nov. '62. 

Disch'd by order Sec'y of War. 
Nov. 20, '62. 



Trans'dto V. B.C., A.p.10, '64. 



Died May 23, 1862, at Winches- 
ter, Va. 

Died in Prison at Richmond, 
Va., Nov. 3, 1S63. 

Died March 23,1862, at Win- 
chester, Va. 



50 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "i?," First Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Gillespie, James 
Brian, F. . . . 

Deserted, 
Keller, Sophina . 
Walters, Martin 
Gasho, Jacob . . 
Davis, James S. . 



Priv. 
Serg't, 

Priv. 

Serg't, 
Priv. 



28 


Sep. 


11, 


1861 


28 




16, 


" 


20 




21, 


ii 


25 


Sep. 


12, 


1861 


30 




9, 


" 


43 




19, 


u 



Died Aug. 8, 1S62, at Alexan- 
dria, Va. 

Killo< June 5, '64, in action at Pied- 
mont, Va.; re-enlisted Feb. 8, '64. 

Deserted Oct. 4, '61, at Wheel- 
ing, Va. 

Deserted April 8, 1862, at Co- 
lumbia Bridge, Va. 

Deserted May 5, 1852, at Fred- 
ericksburg, Va. 

Deserted Aug. 31, 1S63, at Cum- 
berland, Md. 



Aggregate, 97 men. 



Record of Captain William H. Orr's Company "C } " First West Virginia 
Volunteer Infantry, showing the changes in said Company from the date of 
organization to the date of muster-out on the 26th day of November, 18G4, 
by Lieut. Henry C. Peck, 14th U. S. Infantry. Compiled from the muster- 
out rolls. 



Names. 


Rank. 


< 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Milhouse, William . 


Capt., 




Oct. 


1, 1861, 


Discharged for disability, Oct. I3th, 
1861. 


Orr, William H. . 


Capt., 




Nov. 


1, 1862, 


First Lt. Co. "C." Promoted to 
Capt. Nov. 1st, '62. 


Singleton, James . 


IstLt., 


24 




1, " 


Pro. to first Lt. k transf 'd from Co. 
"I" to Co. "O" Nov. 1st, 1862. 


Stewart, Burgess, . 


2d Lt., 




Oct. 


1, 1861, 


Resigned July 1, '63. 


Vance, Robert W. . 


If 


23 




1, " 


Promoted from Serg't to 2d Lieut. 
July 1st, '62. Kesg'd Feb. 2, '63. 


Gordon, Joseph B. . 






Feb. 


2, 1863, 


Promoted from first Serg't to 2d Lt. 
Feb. 2. '63. Wounded at Lynch- 
burg June 19, '64, left in hands of 


Bayless, William W. 


Priv., 


21 


Oct. 


1, 1861, 


enemy. 


Brindley, James K. 


" 


20 




2 " 


_ 


Davis, William, 


K 


44 




i, " 


_ _ _ 


Kyser, Peter . . 


it 


22 




i, " 


_ _ _ 


Lynn, Elijah . . 


li 


38 




i, " 


_ 


Millikan, William H 


(1 


22 




i, " 


_ _ _ 


Roberts, Henry, . 


Wag'r. 


h 




i, " 


_ _ _ 


Sutton, Harrison, . 


Priv., 


42 




i, " 


_ — _ 


Yanly, William . . 


" 


22 




i, " 


_ _ _ 


Prisoners of War, 












Bucey, Jesse . . 


1! 


22 




2 " 


Captured at Petersburg, W. 
Va., Jan. 30, 1864. 


Miller, John W. . 


<< 


25 




i " 


Captured at Lynchburg, Va.. 
June 19, 1S64. 


Recruits, 












Bucey, Thomas . . 


" 


28 


March 


Not mustered out. 


Bucey, Zachariah, . 


" 


37 




i, " 


ii ii ii 


Barr, Remedias . . 


u 


24 




i, " 


a ii ii 


Bailey, Levi W. . 


II 


39 




24, " 


a ii ii 


Brown, Gilead . . 


" 


H 




25^ " 


u ii ii 


Brown, Thomas . . 


cc 


44 




31, '• 


ii ii ii 


Brown, Jacob . . 


" 


23 




1, " 


ii it i ' 


Burton, John . . 


II 


41 




18, " 


(i ii ii 


Burris, Orloff Z. . 


" 


30 




31, " 


a << a 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "C," First Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



51 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Clark, John S. . . Priv. 
Conner Thomas 
Cusick, George 

Cline, William M. . 
Cochran, Watson P. 
Cochran, Alexander 
Dailey, Calvin . . 
Duff, John T. . . 
Hill, James W. . . 
Leach, William . . 
Lamb, Lemuel B. . 
Leseur, George ! F. 

Mercer, William W. 

Wood, Enoch . . 

Martin, Ephraim . 

Martin Ebenezer, . 

Nelan, John . . . 

Nelan, J. Ross . . 
Pyle, Joseph A. 
Pierce, William 
Sloane, William 

Smiley, Martin R. . 

Saylor, William . 

Wining, Robert R. 
AVinning, James K 
Wining, Edward . 
Weeks, John J. . . 

Veterans, 
Moore, Richard S. . 
Suthurland, Upton 
Ross, William . . 



31 

35 
31 

40 
L9 

10 

37 
17 
18 
28 
21 
29 

17 

29 
39 
21 

4-1 
19 
IS 
40 
37 
18 
19 

30 
37 
18 
34 



1st Sgtl25 

» 25 
" 20 



March 1, 1864. 
31, " 
25, " 



13, 

31, 

31, 

Feb. 25, 

March 1, 

1, 

1, 

1, 

24, 



Not mustered out. 



Not mustered out. Mis>inL' 
in action at Winchester, Va. 
July 24, '64. 

Not mustered out. 



Oct. 



Leech, Alfred . . 
Stanton, John . . 
Dean, Samuel F. . 

Skeeles, John . . 
Armstrong, John A. 
Mercer, James T. . 
Jones, James O. . 
Crothers, Johnson C 
Bucey, H. Wesley . 
Romick, Joseph W 
Dean, Isaac L. . . 
Babb, Anderson J. . 



Serg't, 
Corp'l, 



(( 


20 


" 


22 


(( 


24 


(1 


32 


(1 


27 


<( 


25 


Mus'n, 


22 


" 


125 


Priv., 


29 



25, «• 

31, " 

31, " 

31, » 

24, " 

24, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

24, " 

25, " 

1, " 

24, " 

31, » 

31, " 

1, 1861 

1, " 

17, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 
1, " 
1, " 

1, " 
1, " 
2 " 

io', " 

1, " 
1, " 



Not mustered out. Wounded. 

Not mustered out. Missing 

in action at New Market, 

Va., May 1."., Til. 

Not mustered out. Missing 

in action at New Market, 

Va., May 15, '64. 

Not mustered out. 



Not mustered out. Missing 
in action at Snicker's Ferry, 
Va., July 19, '64. 

Not mustered out. 

Not mustered out. Wounded 
at Berry Tille, Sept. :>., '64. 

Not mustered out. 
Not mustered out. 



Re-enl'ted,Feb8'64 



Re-enlisted, February 8, 1864. 
Wounded at Snicker's Ferry 
July ly, in. 

Re-enlist'd Feb. 8, '64. Woun- 
ded May 15, '61, at N. Mar't. 

Re-enlit'd Feb 11 '64 

Re-enlis'd Feb. 17, '64. Woun- 
ded at Snicker's Ferry, July 
19, '64. 

Re-enlis'd Feb 17 '64 



(t (< 07 " 

8 " 
" March 2 " 
" Feb. 8 " 

Re-enlisted February 11, 1864. 

Captured June 19, 1864. 
Re-enlisted February 14,1864. 

Captured June 19, 1S64. 

Re-enlis'd Jan 26 '64 



52 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "C," First Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Babb, Samuel . 
Brooks, Henry . 
Bucey, Henry W 
Bucey, Jacob W. 
Beavers, Thomas 
Cook, Theodore . 
Clark, Ebenezer 
Ebbert, Jeremiah 
Harvey, Noble C. 
Hobson, Francis A 
Harvey, John . 
King, Isaac H. . 
Lytle, James M. 
Lewis, Chapman 
Miller, Jacob M. 
Miller, Joseph D. 
Pyle, John B. . 
Runyon, Dallas 
Stillwagoner, Peter 
Stillwagoner, Henry 
Stanton, Thomas H. 
Shipman, Levi J. . 
Taylor, Thomas D. . 
Taylor, Henry P. . 
White, Thomas jr. . 
Watson, Harvey, . 
Yost, Francis M. . 

Discharged, 
Wood, Charles . . 
Milhouse, Thomas . 
Miller, Orloff C. . 
Coultrap, Oliver . 
Anderson, M. V. B. 
Brown, James W. . 

Brown, Benjamin . 
Brown, Thomas . . 
Burris, Orloff Z. . 
Cutshaw, Shephard 
Conaway, Thomas . 
Clark, John E. . . 
Cottrill, Thomas . 
Fulwer, Joseph H. 
Hines, Samuel . . 
Higgins, Peter . . 
King, Thomas D. . 
Lowe, Alexander . 
McWilliams, Enos . 



Priv. 



Serg't, 

Corp'l, 
Mus'n, 
Priv., 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Oct. 



1861, 



Re-enlis'd Jan 26 '64 

Feb 13 " 
<« n « 

" 11 " 

" 13 " 

.< g « 

" 8 " 

" 8 " 

" 11 " 

" 8 " 

" 8 " 

" 17 " 

" " 25 " 

u a O 11 

" 13 " 

Re-enlisted Feb. 8. Captur'd 
June 19, 1S64. 

Re-enlis'd Feb 25 '64 

Re-enlisted February 8, 1864. 
Captured June 19, 1864. 

Re-enlis'd Feb. 8, '64 
" 8 " 



" 8 " 
■• 8 « 

Jan. 20 " 

Feb 25 " 

" 8 " 

Discharged for disab'ty Feb 

18, 1865. 
Dis'ged for disability, May '62. 

" " " July, '62 

'• " " May, '62 

Discharged by order Sec'y War, 

date unknown. 
Discharg'd for disabil'ty, cas'd 

by wounds receiv'd in action 

at Winchester, Mar. 23, '62. 

Dis. fordis'blty '62. 



Sept. " 
Nov. " 
May " 
Nov. " 
Mar 10 '63 
'62. 
July " 



'63. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "C," First Regiment Infa niry— Continued. 



53 



Names. 



Price, Thomas . . 
Taylor, Zachary 
Hoffman, Frederick 

Transferred, 
Chapman, Joseph . 
Chapman, Wm. H. . 
Melson, Richard C. 
Humphreville Wm. 
Pasters, John C. . 

Vied, 
Cottrell, William . 
Minehan William . 
Baratt, Martin . . 
Bone, William D. . 
Harvey, James . . 
McFarlane, Johnson 
Stilhvagoner, Fred'k 
Shaw, John . . . 
Sidebottom, James . 
Wilson, Isaac . . 
Kelly, Thomas . . 

Deserted, 
Chance, Samuel . . 
Kelly, John W. . 
Stilhvagoner, Sam'l 
Snider, William . 

Aggregate, 



Rank. M 

•< 



Priv. 



Serg't, 
Corp'l, 
Priv., 



Serg't, 
Corp'l, 
Priv., 



When m 
into service, 



45 Oct. 1, 1861, 

17 Mar. 24, 1864. 

Oct. 1,1861, 



30 
22| 
22 
28 
40 

20 
19 
21 
L8 

37 

20 
22 
2d 
L8 
2;] 
26 

19 
26 
18 
33 



1864 
1861 



1, 

v \: 

l, 
l, 

1, 

1, 
l, 

March 1, 
Nov. 1, 
Oct. 1, 
1, 

1, 

7, 
7, 
7, 



1, " 

1, " 
1, " 
March 8, 1864 



Remarks. 



Dis. for disab'ty, May 1863. 

" June 3.1864. 

1 to accept promotion, 
Hay, 

Transferred to V. R. C. April 10, CI 

Promoted to Com. Serg't and trans- 
ferred to N. C. 8, Feb. 25, '64. 
Promoted to Drum Major, and trans- 
. to N. C. S.Feb. 8, '64. 
i to Co. ii. and pro- 
,,i, te I to 1st Serg't Fi b. '62. 

i to V. K. C, April 10, '64 



Killed at Winchester, Va., July 24, 

'64. 
Killed at Winchester, March 23, '64. 

Captured at Moorfield, Sept. 11, '63. 
Died at Rich'd about last Mar. '64. 

Died July 20, '64. 

Died at Alexandria, Va., Oct. 30, '62 

Died at Winchester, of wounds re- 

M action, March 23, '62, 
Died at Winchester, Va., of wounds 

received in action, March 23, '62. 
Killed in action at Thoroughfar Gap 

Aug. 28, '62. 
Killed in action at Thoroughfare 

Gap, Aug. 28, '62. 
Died at Strasburg, Va., May '62. 



Desr, 



May 20, 1864. 
Sept. 12, 1863. 
May 29, 1864. 
May 29, 1864. 
._138 men. 



Record of Captain James McElroy's Company "D," First Regiment W-Va. 
Volunteer Infantry, showing the changes in said Company from the date oj 
organization to the date of muster-out, on the 2Qth day of November, 1864, by 
Lieut. Henry C. Feck, Uth U. S. Infantry. Compiled from the muster-out 
rolls. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



McElroy, James . . 
Helms, Martin B. . 

Hall, Chester B. . 
Donnelly, James F. 
McDonald, John S. . 
Logsdon, Wm. D. , 
Connelly, James C. 
Wilson, James, . 
Bonar, Thomas S. 
Merchant, Benj. F. 



Capt. 39 
1st Lt. 

2d Lt., 
Capt. 

1 2d Lt., 



,1st Lt. 
Serg't, 



Nov. 
Oct. 



Feb. 
Oct. 

Feb. 



as 1st Lt. Sept. 9, '61; pro- 
moted to Capt. lice McDonald, res. 

Promoted to Serg't rice Wilson, re- 
signed. Captured at Moorefield, 
Sept. 11, 1863. 

Captured at Moorefield, Sept. 11, '63 

Died at Cumberland, Md., Jan. '62. 

Promoted from 1st Lt. vice Donnel- 
ly, deceased. 



20;Oct. 

20! 



1, 1862, 
3, " 

31, 1861, 
17, " 

7, 1862, 
17, 1861, Resigned Jan., 1862 

7, 1862, 

7, " 
17,1861, 
17, " 



Promoted from 1st Serg't. 

orably discharged. 
Promoted from Serg't Major. 

signed. 



54 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "D," First Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Names. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
inti i service. 



Bemarks. 



Allen, John P. . 

Fish, William , 

Harris, Amos 

Cohen, James 

Earlewine, William 

Fish, Benj. F. . 

Fullerton, John B. 

Holmes, William H 

Hammond Geo. W 

Harris, Henry . 

Hughes, Barney 

Myers, George M. 

Martin, Joseph H. 

Ogle, Daniel S. . 

Reed, Levi . . 

Sands, Freman P. 

Daun, Samuel N. 

Fox, Henry E. . 

Lowry, Jeremiah 

Miller, Andrew . 

Merchant, Samuel L 
Recruits, 

Barcus, Benjamin 

Blake, William . 

Blake, Jeremiah 

Burley, John A. 
Busey, Erastus . 
Buzzard, John . 
Burkaun, Stephen 
Criswell, Lloyd . 
Cunningham, James 
Courtwright, Jno. 
Dunlap, William B 
Davis, Thomas . 
Dowler, John W. 
Dunkins, William 
Fish, James P. K. 
Fitzgerald, Jerry A 
Gallentine, William 
Hicks, James W. 
Hart, William . 
Howard, George M 
Howard, Albert 
Huffner, Renhart 
Kimmons, Saml. W 
Logsdon, James . 
Logsdon, John P. 
Lydick, Samuel . 



Corp'l 



Priv. 



Serg't, 
Priv. 



20 
25 
21 
24 

18 
27 
38 
26 
24 
is 
33 
23 
is 
21 
2] 
20 
20 
IS 
18 
22 
is 



Oct. 17, 1861, 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, » 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, » 

17, " 

17, " 

17, « 

17, " 

17, » 

17, " 



Cap 



26 Feb. 19, 1864 
43 18, " 



IS 

18 

18 

19 

34 

18 

L8 

31 

18 

43 

24 

20 

18 

is 

2-1 

18 

23 

20 

18 

35 

is 

18 

18 

23 



efleld, Sep. 11, '63 



Mar. 1, 
Feb. 25. 
25 
Mar. 24^ 
24 
Dec. 2^1862, 
Mar. 24, 1864, 
Feb. 18, " 
Dec. 2,1862, 
Mar. 25, 1864, 
24, " 
25 " 
Dec. 2, 1862, 
Mar. 24, 1864, 
Feb. 19, " 
26, " 
Mar. 24, " 
24, " 
31, " 
24, " 
Dec. % 
Dec. 2, 
Mar, 3, 
24, 



1862, 
1864, 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "D," First Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



55 



Ivank. 



Quigley, John . 
Riggs, Edward . 
Smith, David G. 
Stetson, Edward 
Shepherd, A. A. H. 
Sivert, John, . . 
Schnaker, David 
White, Vachel M. 
Welling, Edward 
Chambers, Hamilton 
Hartzell, Simon 
Eiggs, James L. . 

Sands, George W. 
Whipkey, Eli . 
Westfall, John . 

Veterans, 
Mellan, Samuel . 
Howard, James . 
Fordyce, Samuel 
Ogden, George W. 
Riley, Charles W. 
Dilley, Leonard, 
Harris, William P 
Blake, John . . 
Blake, Nathan . 
Burley, DeCliff'd M 
Dean, George H. 
Easton, Henry C. 
Holmes Geo. W. 
Simms, Silas . . 
Whipkey, Alex'r. 

Discharged- 
Barcus, Benjamin 
Blake, Isaac . 
Burch, Jesse . 
Cox, Stephen . 
Davis, Squire 
Evans, John . 
Evans, Gains W 
Fordyce, JohnM 
Grey, William 
Gibson, John L 
Howard, Wiley- 
Howard, AVilliam H 
Hartzell, Elias . 
Hendrickson, Wm. 
Helms, George W. 



rriv., 



When mustered 
into sen Lee. 



.Remarks. 



21 
20 

IS 
19 
1'.) 
32 
28 
19 
19 
L9 
42 
20 
:>7 
20 
23 
is 



Serg 

Corp 
u 

ti 

Priv. 



'1, 



Mar. 

Feb. 
Mar. 

Ap'l 
Feb. 

Mar. 

Feb. 
Mai- 
Dec. 
Mar 

Nov 



Prisoner of War. 



ii 



20 

20 
23 
20 
18 
19 
25 
29 
19 
18 
22 
19 
20 
22 
25 

26 
23 
43 
22 
24 
24 
19 
19 

19 



Oct. 



25, 1864. 

1, " 

25, " 
24, " 
24', " 

2, " 
25', " 

26, " 
24, " 
24, " 
21, " 
24, " 
24, " 

2, 1862, 

25,1864, 

. 20, 1863, 

17,1861, 

17, ■• 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, » 

17, "' 

17, « 

17, " 

17, " 

17,1861, 

17, 

17, 

17, 

17, 

17, 

17, 

17, 

17, 

18, 

17, 

17, 

17, 

17, 

17, 



Re-enlis'd Jan. 26/64 

Feb. 8, " 

Feb. 8, " 

Jan. 26, " 

Feb. 8, " 

Feb. 8, " 

'i Feb. 8, " 

Feb. 8, " 

Jan. 28, " 

Feb. 8, " 

Feb. 8, " 

Feb. 8, " 

" Jan. 26, " 

Feb. 8, " 

Feb. 8, " 

For- Disability. Date unknown. 



March 12, '63. 
Date unknown. 



For disability. Lost a leg at V m- 
Chester, March 23, '62. 
For disability. Date unknown. 



56 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "D," First Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When must. nil 
into 361 ( i< B. 



Corp'l, 
Priv., 



Howard Jacob . . I Priv. 
Hicks, Wilson T. . | 
Moore, Ezekiel . 
Masena, Samuel 
Murphy, William 
Martin, Andrew 
Night, George T. 
Parkinson, James 
Parkinson, Win. 
Riggs, Edward . 
Whipkey, Alex. , 
Woods, James . 

Transferred, 

Hubbs, William H. 

Died, 

Armstrong, W. H. E 

Bassford, Randolph 

Bassford, William 

Burley, Thomas H 

Crow, Thornton J 

Damro, William H 

Dilley, Addison . 

Davis, Wm. H. H. 

Evans, Jonathan E 

Fox, William 

Hollingshead, Sam'l 

Harris, Henry 0. 

Holmes, Josiah . 

Pyles, Jeremiah . 

Spears, Sergeant 

Simms, Josiah . 

White, Edward . 
Deserted, 

Burch, Martin . 

Whipkey, Jacob 
Aggregate, _ 



Oct. 17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
18, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 

17, 



Remarks. 



Priv., 



Feb. 


25, 1864, 


Oct. 


17, 1861, 




17, " 




17, " 




17, " 




17, " 




17. " 




17, " 




17, " 




17, " 




17. " 




17, " 


Dec. 


28, " 


Oct. 


17, " 




17, 1864, 


Mar 


. 24, " 


Oct. 


17, 1861 


Mar 


. 31, 1864 


Oct, 


17, 1861 



For disability. Date unknown. 

Pro. Ass't S'g 7th In. 

For disability. Date unknown. 



F.nlisted in 1st V. S. Cav. Nov. 13, 
'62, 

For disability. Date unknown. 

II a Feb. 24, "63. 

( < Date unknown. 

K (« 

ii March 22, '63. 

<i Date unknown. 

To V. R. Corps. Date unknown. 

Died, Baltimore, Sept. 23, '64. 

Killed in action at Columbia Fur- 
nace, Va., May 9, '62. 

Died at Anapolis, Md 

Killed in action at Winchester, Mar. 

22, '62. 
Killed in action at 'Winchester Mar. 

22, '62. 
Died at Annapolis, Md. Date un- 
known. 

Died" at his nome, Greene Co. Date 

unknown. 
Died in Richmond Pris., Dec. 30, 63 

Killed in action at Winchester, Mar- 

23, '62. 
Died at Frederick, Md., date un- 
known. 

Died in Richmond Prison, March 

21, '64. 
Died at his home, Marshall County. 

Died of wounds received at Pied- 
.. June 5th, '64. 

Died at Washington, D. C, date un- 
known. 

Died at'home, Greene Co., Pa., Mar. 
19, '63. 

Killed in action at Piedmont, June 
5th, '64. 

Killed in action at Winchester, Va. 
March 23, '62. 

Deserted at Lewisburg, June 18, '64. 

Deserted al North Mountain, Va., 
Feb. 12, '63. 



.138 men. 



Record of Captain John Craig's Company, "E," First Regiment West 
Va. Infantry Volunteers, shorting the changes in said company from the date 
of organization to the date of muster-out on the 2Uh day of November, 1864, 
1,1/ Lieut. Ilenry C. Peck, Uth U. S. Infantry. Compiled from the muster 
out rolls. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Morgan, William 
Craig, John . . 



Capt. 



Oct. 17, 1861, 
Nov. 1, 1862, 



Resig'd Aug. 16, '62. 

Pro. from 2d Lt. Capt'd at Moore- 
licld, Va., Sept. 11. '63. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company il E" First Reg iment Infantry— Continued. 



57 



Names. 



ii.„i, S When mastered 
O into s 



Remarks. 



Baer, John F. 
Morrow, James E. 
Baird, John F. . 
Murrin, George A 
Brady, John P. . 
Peters, James . 
Hill, George . . 
Mills, Jeffery 
Bennett, Joseph 
Combs, Samuel . 
Connelly, Michael 
Dean, Abraham . 
Doyle, George . 
Ebington, Benjamin 
Frew, Robert T. 
Gonder, James . 
Gould, George . 
Haymaker, Chas. E 
Hamington, John 
Harrow, John . 
Hallowfield, Alex, 
liner, William ■ 
Tmer, Hanson . 
Imer, Henry . . 
Kemp, William . 
Kite, George . . 
Lady, David B. . 
McLaughlin, B. W 
Murriner, John . 
Murriner, James 
Nary, John P. . 
Porter, Thomas . 
Pierce, John E. . 
Roberts, George . 
Shanley, Francis E 
Shipman, Christian 
Shipman, John B. 
Watkins, Reece . 
White, Orloff . 
Wilson, George D. 
Wilson, AVilliam D 

Prisoners of War, 
Mills, William A. 
Carroll, Tunis . 
Kemple, John . 
Graham, AVilliam H 
Porter, Joseph . . 



1st Lt, 
2d Lt., 
2d Lt, 
Serg't, 
Serg't, 
Corp'l, 



Priv., 



Serg't, 
Corp'l, 
Priv, 



30 

20 

24 

19 

42 

35 

18 

L9 

21 

20 

19 

20 

18 

18 

33 

2] 

22 

19 

22 

L8 

32 

21 

19 

21 

18 

■LI 

18 

26 

2] 

36 

24 

19 

22 

40 

18 

31 

21 

L9 

21 

34 

21.'. 
21 
L9 
23 



Oct. 71,1861, 

Nov. 1,1861, 

Oct. 17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, •< 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, << 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, « 

17, « 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, « 

17, " 

17, " 

17, « 

17, << 

17, " 

17, << 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, « 

17, " 

17, «' 

17, «' 

17, « 

17, " 



Resigned Feb. 28, '02 

i i fn.m Co. "G," and 
proniotfl from 1st Serg't. 

l'r ted • ■ iptund at 

MoorcUcld, W. V., Sept. 11, '68. 



Captured at Mooreflcld, Sep. 11, 'fi-'I. 

u it it 

Captured at New Market, Oct. 7, '64. 
Captured atStuanton, Juue5, 'ftt. 
Captured at lewisburg, June 15, '6i, 



58 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "_£," First Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



When mustered 
into Ben l< e. 



Remarks. 



Hermits, 

Bogard, Nathan . . 
Culver, George W. . 
Cosgray, John . . 
Claterbuck, William 
Garrison, William A 
Hallowell, Morrison 
Hine, Jonathan . 
Henderson, James . 
Kittsmiller, Lloyd . 
Lyttle, William 
Lee, John .... 
McNickle, John B. . 
Martin, John . . 
Wharton, William . 
Welch, Hervey . . 

Veterans, 
Huggens, Richard . 
Mulvey, William J. 
Culver, John P. . . 
Donnelly, John H. . 
Fingley, Frederick, 
Hill, William H. . 
McLaughlin, Wm. P, 
Muldoon, John . . 
Murriner, William . 
Muzingo, John E. . 
McGillon, Nelson . 
McKinsey, John 
Newman, Thomas . 
Smith, Thomas . . 
Wait, Reuben . 

Discharged. 
Lady, Columbus, . 
McLaughlin, John H 
Rigby, Thomas . . 
Mason, William F. . 
Craig, Anthony 
Dean, Joseph 
Foot, John L. 
Imar, Conrad 
Little, John N. 
Mc Kinney, Alex'r. 
Polston, Charles 
Prettyman, Robert 
Petticord, Thomas 
Whitehead, Daniel 

Transferred. 
Porter, Jacob 



Corp'l, 
Priv., 



Serg't, 
Serg't, 
Priv., 
Priv. 



Serg't, 
Corp'l, 



Priv. 



Sept. 

Nov. 

Jan. 
29|Mar. 
26 Sept. 
18 
21 
37 
24 
35 
18 
44 
17 
21 
18 



Mar, 



Nov. 
Mar, 

Oct. 



Oct. 



14, 1862 
12, 1862 
2, 1864 
16, 1864 
14, 1862 
14, " 
14, " 
25, 1864 

24, " 
13, " 
24 " 

25, " 
31, " 
19, 1862 
31, 1864 



Not mustered out. 



IT, 

17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 

17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 

1r-T 
7, 

17, 

17, 

17, 

17, 



1861 
1861 



Re-enlis'dJan26/64 
" " 1, " 
" " 1, " 

Re-enlis'd Jan. 1, '64 
Feb. 15, 
Jan. 26, 
Feb. 27, 
Jan. 26, 
Feb. 15, 
Jan. 21, 
Jan. 26, 
Jan. 26, 
Jan. 26, 
Feb. 15, 
Jan. 26, 

Unknown as to date. 



Dischargcil from Hospital ' Pai 

krr.-l,ur«, W. Va., Sept. 18, 1864. 

Unknown as to date. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ''A'," First Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



59 



Naui' 9. 


Rank. 


< 


When mustered 
into Ben ice. 


Remarks. 


Robbins, Joseph M. 


Priv. 


18 Oct. 17, 1861, 


Date unknown. 


Pied. 










Sivert, William . . 


Serg't, 


24 


17, " 


Prisoner of War. Capt'd atHoore- 
Beld, W. Va., Sept. 11, h:s. Died 
at Rich d - .. 1. '63. 


Allen, Mordecai 


Priv. 


35 


17, " 


Killed i" action at Port Republic, 
June 9, '62. 


Gonder, Leander . 


(i 


18 


17, " 


v Market, Va., date un- 
knot ii: year, 1862. 


Moss, William . . 


ii 


L9 


17, " 


ire, Va., date un- 
known: vi'ar. 


Marshall, Abraham 


" 


32 


17, " 


Killed in action at Piedmont, Va., 
June .">, ill. 


Riggle, Jacob . . 


ii 


19 


17, " 


Iiilr en route to Fortress 
Monro* 


Winesburg, Morgan 


a 


28 




it Annapolis, Md., 
Oct. 25, 61. 


Deserted. 










Stephens, William . 


ii 


43 


- 


Deser'd Mar. 26, '64. 










102 men. 





Record of Captain James E. Morrow* s Company "i* 7 ," First Regiment W. Va. 
Infantry Volunteers, showing the changes in said Company from the date of 
organization to the date of muster-out, on the 26th day of November, 1864, by 
Lieut. Henry C. Feck, 1-ith U. S. Infantry. Compiled from the muster-out 
rolls. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Morrow, James E. . 
Apple, Theodore L. 
Steele, James L. 
Stephens, Edw'd W. 
Melvin, Thayer . . 
Freeman, Chas. A. . 
White, John W. . 
Sweeney, Thomas R. 
Bubout, Samuel K. 
Bye, Henry . . . 
Cantlin, Peter . . 
Chapman, William . 
Chapman, Samuel . 
Eskm, John . . . 
Farnsworth, Henry 
Foster, Collingwood 
Hutchinson, John 
Jackson, Robert 
Kaho, James . . 
Lockhart, Thos. J. 
Long, John . . 
Painter, Daniel . 
Porter, John . . 
Simpkins, Daniel 
Shephard, John L 



Capt., 
1st Lt., 
2d Lt., 
Capt., 
1st Lt. 
1st Lt. 
1st Lt. 
Serg't, 
Corp'l 
Priv. 



Jan. 
Feb. 



Oct. 



20 
30 
18 
44 
26 
23 
22 
23 
24 
26 
37 
25 
20 
18 
23 
19 
25 
18 



Nov 
Oct 



1, 
22, 

21, 



29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
3, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 



1863 



1861 



Promoted from 1st Lieut. Co. "E." 

Promoted from Serg't. to 2d Lt. Nov. 

6, '63, to 1st I.t. Feb; 21, '6.I.- 
Promoted from Serg't, Feb. 21, '63. 

Pris. of war: cap'd Sept. 11, '63. 
Promoted to Major. 

Promoted from Serg't. Promoted 
to Capt. & A. A. Li. 



Promoted from 2d Lt. Resigned. 



In arrest for desertion, at New C'k. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company U F," First Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Nanus. 


Kank. 


< 


Wln'n mustered 
into service. 


i; -iiiii !.-. 




Stakman, Geo. W. . 


Priv. 


2s 


Oct. 29, 1861 




Stotler, Grorge . . 


ti 


■12 


29, " 


_ _ _ 


Worral, Milton . . 


(i 


■1-1 


29, " 


_ _ _ 


Worral, Benj. F. 


" 


22 


29, " 


_ _ _ 


Walters, James . . 


c( 


20 


Nov. 3, " 


_ _ _ 


Wye off, James . . 


a 


41 


Oct. 29, " 


_ _ _ 


Dennis, John . . . 


i( 


21 


Nov. 5, " 


_ 


Recruits, 










Allison, William 


ii 


2i » 


Mar. 24, 1S64 


Not mustered out. 


Bliss, Isaac N. 


ii 


26 


Dec. 18, 1S61 






Bradley, James . . 


ii 


18 


Oct. 10, 1862 






Brown, James . 


<< 


2:; 


Mar. 31, 1864 






Carter, Henry B. . 


Serg't, 


26 


Dec. 19, 1861 






Heckathorn, Benj. . 


Priv. 


19 


Mar. 15, 1864 






Lowry, William E. 


u 


20 


25, " 






McCrea, William . 


ii 


18 


31, " 






Moore, Abraham . 


ii 


27 


31, " 






Miller, William M. . 


Corp'l 


is 


Oct. 10, 1862 






Reed, Octavius . . 


Priv. 


is 


Nov. 1, " 






Root, William . . 


ii 


20 


Mar. 15, 1864 






Snider, William . . 


" 


18 


_ _ 






Sweeney, John . . 


ii 


18 


Oct. 10, 1862 






Weber, John F. . . 


ii 




_ _ 






Allison, John . . 


ii 


21 


Mar. 24, 1864 






Frontz, William 


a 


18 


25, " 






Hoffman, Aaron 


a 


44 


1, " 






Veterans, 










McCarty, John N. . 


1st Ser 


18 


Oct. 29, 1861 


Re-enlis'd Feb. 8/64 


Shutter, Egbert P. . 


Serg't, 


18 


29, " 


Feb. 8, « 




Terwillegal, Joseph 


a 


43 


29, " 


Jan. 1, ' 




Moore, Clinton . . 


Corp'l 


19 


29, " 


Jan. 26, ' 




Lockhart, Alex'r . 


(( 


18 


29, " 


Feb. 8, ' 




Compton, John . . 


Priv. 


21 


29, " 


Feb. 8, ' 




Goff, George . . . 


a 


28 


29, " 


Feb. 8, ' 




Gardner, Thomas . 


ii 


18 


29 " 

— ■ , 


Feb. 8, ' 




Garnall, Alex'r . . 


a 


18 


29, " 


Feb. 8, ' 




Grafton, James . . 


ii 


18 


29, " 


Feb. 8, ' 




Marshall, Robert . 


a 


21 


29, " 


Feb.15, ' 




Maxwell, Henry J. 


ii 


21 


oq ii 


Feb.15, ' 




Worral, Samuel . . 


K 


18 


29, " 


Feb.15, ' 




Boyce, Robert . . 


11 


24 


29, " 


Feb. 8, ' 




Farnsworth, Thomas 


<: 


IS 


Nov. 3, " 


Jan. 1, ' 




Graham, Charles 


II 


22 


Oct. 29, " 


Feb. 8, ' 




Hunter, George W. 


II 


18 


29, " 


Feb. 8, " 


Discharged. 










Conwell, John . . 


II 


25 


29, " 


Discharged for disability; date and 
plane unknown. 


Clark, William . . 


II 


20 


29. " 


Discharged by reason of enlisting in 
1st U. S. Cavalry. 


Craig, Ira .... 


II 


44 


29, " 


Discharged for d 
place unknown 


sauility; date at 


a 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S RETORT. 

Company H F" J '' rst ^cgimcnl lnftinfn/— Continued. 



6] 









Darragh, James 
Doraan, John . 
Elliott, KossB. 
Fitton, Robert 
Flood, Francis 
Gilbert, Lewis . . 
Hazeldine, Thomas 
Hill, John . . . 
Hopkins, Thomas . 
Householder, David 
James, Richard . . 
Kemp, Martin . . 
Kemp, George . . 
Kemp, John . . . 
Obrien, Simpson . 
Peterson, Joshua . 
Pearse, John . . . 
Reed, David . . . 
Robinson, Thomas . 
Russell, John C. . 
Simmons, Joseph . 

Transferred, 
Grey, Lucian . . 
Hart, William . . 
Weedon, Henry H. 

Kemp, Jesse . . . 
Died, 

Auston, Nathan C. . 

Brandon, Martin V. 

Baggs, Robert . . 

Bryson, William . 

Johnson, John . . 

McCarty, James A 

McGowan, Edward 

McDonald, Allen 

Myers, T. Finley 

White, George W. 

Yost, William . 

Stewart, James . 
Deserted, 

Butler, Martin . 

Baldwin, Perry . 

Kaho, Patrick . 

Sullivan, John . 

Aggregate,— 



\\ hi tutored 

Into bi 



Priv. 

Corp'l 

Priv. 



Priv. 

Serg't, 
Priv., 



21 Oct. 
■1-1 
18 
1! 
45 
VI 
30 
,18 
39 

440ct. 
32 
38 
22 
24 
28 
20 
41 
18 
45 
2] 
L9 



Serg't, 
Priv. 
Serg't, 
Priv. 

Priv., 

Serg't 
Priv., 



Serg't 
Priv., 



Mar 
Oct. 



22 Oct. 
23 



Corp'l, 



24 
19 
20 
34 
18 
24 
L9 
18 
L8 
21 

18 

21 
1-1 
35 
18 



29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 

29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 

29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 

29, 
29, 

29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
■ 7, 
29, 

29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 



18G1 



Remarks. 



1SG1, 



1862, 
1861 



Disahar) '"gin 

airy. 

.:.ii'i\vn. 

iviiown. 
;ed for disability; date and 
place ant 

Mty; date and 
inknown. 

iv; date and 
place unl 

: i(y; date and 

oknown. 
irged for disability) date and 
place unknown. 
Discharged f'.r disability, date and 
place unknown. 

place unknown. 

member of ft 
piBcharg 'i bj ordi r <■ ■ 
Enlisted a 
i>is. bj order Qen. Sebenck. 

,embi t "t fteg'tl Band. 

Discharged Aug. 17, 62, at Columbus 

Ohio. 
Discharged for disability, date and 

place unknown. 
Discharged for disability, date and 

I for 'Usability, date and 

place on . 
Discnarged lor disability, date and 

place unknown. 
Discharged for promotion in regular 

1 for disability, date and 
place unknown. 

Pro. to Serg't Major. 
Pro. Hos'pl Steward. 

Trans, to Co. "K," 1st W. V. lnf'y. 



29, " 

29 " 

Nov. 4, " 

Oct. 29, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29 " 
Mar. 7, 1862, 

Oct. 29, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29, " 



V. R. C. 



Killed in action at Piedmont, Va., 

June 5, '64. 
Died of disease, at home in Hancock 

Oo., w. Va. 
Killed at Petersburg, W. Va., Dec. 

17, 63. 
Beported killed by the enemy at 

Winchester, Va. 
Died of disease at New Market, Va. 

jeaae, Oct. 19. '62, atFair- 
fax Seminary Hospital. 
Accldently killed at Alexandria, Va. 

rausburg, Va., date un- 
known. 

Died of disease, at home in Hancock 
('".. Va. 

rausburg, Va., date un- 
known. 

Died at Catlett's Station, Va., date 
unknown. 

Killed in action at Piedmont, Va., 
June 5, '64. 

Dcs. at Patterson Creek, Feb. 10, %2 
" " Winchester, March 23, '62. 
" " Warrcnton, Va. 
" " Winchester, July 24, '64. 



.111 men. 



62 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Record of Captain Oscar F. Melviri's Company "<?," First West Virginia 
Volunteer Infantry, showing the changes in said Company from tin date of 
organization to the date of muster-out on the 2Gth day of November, L864, 
by Lieut. Henry C. Peck, 14th U. S. Infantry. Compiled from the muster- 
out rolls. 






Wli.'ii mastered 
integer?] i. 



Remarks. 



Melvin, Oscar F. . 
Lloyd, Thomas . . 
Hall, Chester B. . 
Robb, William J. . 
Adams, Joseph 0. . 
Blankinssop, Jno. jr. 
Wark, David . . . 
Stroble, Robert W. 
Corbley, Eli 0. . . 
Goudy, William 
Brashear, Brise . . 
Coates, Jacob . . 
Corbley, Andrew . 
Crawford, Oscar F. 
Hall, William . . 
Howard, William . 
Moren, Robert . . 
Parrish, James S. . 
Riddle, Clark . . 
Soles, Jacob . . . 
Thompson, Oliver B. 
Winter, Joshua . . 

Prisoners of War, 
Shrimplin, Wm. G. . 

Recruits, 
Barcus, David . . 
Crawford, George B. 
Cunningham, S. W. 
Cook, James . . . 
Cannan, John C. 
Gonter, Joseph M. . 
Nichols, James C. . 
Shriner, William . . 
Smith, Andrew, G. . 
Wayble, Cyrus H. . 

Veterans, 
Melvin, William H 
Good, Thomas C. . 
Edie, George W. . 
Montgomery, George 
Brownlee, William . 
Cord, William H. . 
Frazier, George A. 
Adams, John . . 
Armstrong, C. B. . 



Capt., 
1st Lt., 
2d Lt,, 

2d Lt., 
2d Lt., 
Serg't, 

Corp'l, 
Priv. 



1st Sgt 
Serg't, 
Corp'l, 



Priv., 



21 

;;:; 
22 

to 

25 
23 
32 
25 
21 
21 
22 
30 
20 
21 
21 
31 
28 
18 
24 
19 
is 

1-9 

30 

18 

2 

19 

22 
28 

:;n 
24 
21 
20 
25 

21 
33 

is 
20 
27 
18 
20 
L8 
21 



Oct. 



Sept 
Oct. 



30, 1861, 

30, '• 

30, " 

1, 1862, 
30, 1861, 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 



Mar. 
Aug. 
Feb. 

Mar 
Feb. 
Mar 
Aug 
Mar 



Oct. 



30, " 

23, 1862, 
4, 1862, 

23, 1864, 

25, " 

22 " 

23' " 

22, " 

11, 1862, 

23, 1864, 
7, " 

30, 1861, 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 



Transferred to Co. D. 

DeoH, 'fi3 

Promot'd Crom 1st Serg't, Sept. I, '62. 

Wounded in ibigh, inaction at Pied- 
mont, Va., June 5, '61. 



Captured at New Market, Va., May 
15, "ol. 

Not mustered out. 



Re-enlis'd Feb 8, '64 

" Feb. 22, 

" Feb. 22, 

" Feb. 8, 

" Feb. 8, 

" Jan. 21',, 

" Feb. 8, 

" Feb- 8, 

" Jan. 26, 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "G" First Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






Names. 


Rank. 


i 


When mustered 




y 


Priv., 


22 




L861, 


Re-enls'd Feb. 8, '64. 


Connell, John K. 


a 


2] 


30, 


' 




Feb. 8, " 


Curfman, Joshua . 


it 


L8 


30, 


' 




Feb. 8, " 


Edie, John N. . . 


a 


19 


30, 


i 




Feb. 8, " 


Kelley, John . . 


<< 


40 


30, 


1 




Feb. 8, " 


Kerr, Daniel L. . . 


it 


2] 


30, 


' 




... 8, " 


McCausland, Robert 


ti 


26 


30, 


1 




Feb. 8, " 


McAdams, John T. 


I! 


25 


30, 


' 




Feb. 22, • 


Nichols, Edward . 


It 




30, 


< 




.. 26, " 


Pugh, John C. . . 


(( 


23 


30, 


' 




Feb. 8, " 


Plattenburg, Jno. AV 


<( 


21 


30, 


1 




Feb. 8, •' 


Robinett, James 


II 


27 


30, 


' 




Jan. 26, " 


Rose, James T. . . 


(( 


21 


30, 


' 




Feb. 8, " 


Shriner, Peter . . 


I! 


36 


30, 


i 




Feb. 8, " 


Shearer, Andrew J. 


it 


23 


30, 


• 




Feb. 8, " 


Torreyson, F. M. . 


(1 


26 


30, 


1 




Feb. 8, " 


Wark, Charles . . 


(< 


32 


30, 


' 




Feb. 22, " 


Williams, Valentine 


" 


21 


30, 


i 




Feb. 8, " 


Zimmerman, Frank 


U 


1- 


30. 


< 




Feb. 8, '■ 


Bonsall, Albert E. . 


It 


18 


30, 


" 


Aug. 30, '• 


Discharged, 












Clohan, William 


Serg't 


23 


30, 


" 


■ 1, '62. in account 
of promotion in Co. "K." 


Morrow, James E. . 


Serg't, 


2 1 


Oct. 30, 


1861, 


1 on account of promotion 


Plattenburg, Jno. W. 


<< 


•".1 


30, 


it 


promotion 
in Co. "K," March 24, '62. 


Haney, James M. . 


Corp'l 


21 


30, 


it 


Disch'd for disability, Jm 


Leazear, James . 


" 


21 


30, 


ti 


1 f»r disability , 
Lrlington, Va. 


Nichols, Robert Jr. 


Mus'n, 


:;i 


30, 


tt 


Disch'd for disability, June 29, '62. 


Bonsall, John A. . 


Priv., 


3s 


30, 


a 


" " Scrt. '62. 


Calendine, Samuel . 


it 


41 


30, 


tt 


" " Jan. 15, '63. 


Camhouse, John 


it 


•",1 


30, 


it 


ability, Mar., '63, 


Cruson, John 


it 


21 


30, 


tt 


in accord- 
l . . <>. 154, War Dep't. 


Dowler, John F. 


" 


26 


30, 


it 


Dis'd for disability, Dec. L2,'62. 


Glass, John . . . 


a 


21 


Aug. 5, 


1862 


I it-,". 1 Nov. 11, '62, in 

tb.G.0. 154, War Dpt. 


Jones, Isaac . . . 


(i 


22 


Mar. 3, 


K 


Discharged for disability, Aug. 2, '62. 


Johnson, Isaac . . 


K 


21 


3, 


<( 


Discharge; for disability 

. irth .Mountain, W. Va. 


Letzikus, Joseph 


a 


22 


Jan. 28, 


a 


Disch'd for disability, Nov. 11, '62. 


Langworth, Horace 


it 


29 


Oct. 30, 


1861 


• disability, Mar. 25, '63, 
h Mountain, W. Va. 


Lowry, Calvin . . 


" 


29 


30, 


ti 


■ . Feb. 2, 
hospital, Philad., Pa 


Leazear, George W. 
Marshall, Wm. A. . 


it 


L9 

2.". 


30, 

Jan. 28, 


1862 


Disch'd for disability, Mar. 11, 
; tain. 
i disability) Dec. 1 1, '62. 


McCann, Samuel . 


•' 


2 1 


Oct, 30, 


1861 


Dis'd Noi . 17, 


McConkey, Joseph . 


a 


11 


30, 


it 


ance with G. O. 154, War Dpt. 
Dis'd for disability, J u 


McCoy, Samuel . . 


u 


20 


30, 


" 


Dis'd Nov. 1 1. '62, in 

Ml, <;. 0. 154, War Dpt. 


McSwords, James . 


it 


27 


30, 


<( 


disability, 0< 


Nangle, Samuel G. . 


t. 


21 




1862 


Dis'd for disability, Jm 


Parsons, Benj. L. . 


■■ 


2-1 


Oct. 30, 


1861 


Dis'd for disability, Nov. 19,'62. 


Springer, William . 


it 


22 


30, 


(i 


Dis'd for disability, J 
'63, at X. .it ) U 


Whitham, Philip . 


It 


38 


30, 


( 




Dis'd for disability, S( | 



64 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "t?," First Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 


Rank. 


--' 

•1 
< 


\\ Ih'ii mustered 

into Si i \ 1© . 


Bemarks, 


Woodward, Jos. H. 


Priv., 


18 


Oct. 30, 1861 


Dis'd for disability Jan. .'>, '63, 
at North Mountain, Va. 


Transferred. 










Bonsall, Win. G. 


Serg't, 


20 


30, " 


Pro. toQ. M. Scr., Mar. 23,'63. 


Johnson, Henry J. . 


Corp'l, 


1'.) 


30, " 


Pro. Serg't Major, Jan. 24, '62. 


Ball, Richard . . 


Priv., 


19 


30, " 


Transferred to \ . it. O, 


Dillon, Thomas J. . 


(i 


19 


30, " 


(1 M 


Wilson, James . . 


(< 


41 


30, " 


Promoted Sorg't Major, Kov. 
9, 1861. 


Wincher, William . 


" 


24 


30, " 


Transferred toV. H. C. 


Died, 

McHenry, Benjamin 


u 


23 


30, " 


Died of measles, Feb. 2, '62, in 
hospital, Cumberland, Rid. 


Noon, Thomas . . 


[< 


19 


30, " 


Died of Disease, May 11, '62, in 
hospital, (Jlaryrille, Md. 


Skriner, John . . 


a 


19 


30, " 


Died oi wounds, June 16, 61, 

in hospital, Staunton, Va. 


Gosnell, John . . 


11 


18 


30, " 


Killed in action at 'Winches- 
ter, Ya.,.luly 24, '64. 


Deserted. 










Cochran, Thomas J. 


(( 


18 


30, " 


Deserted at Wheeling, W. Ya. 
Dec. 2, '62. 


Aggregate,— 








_101 men. 



Record of Captain Thomas Reed's Company U LT," First Regiment West 
Va. Infantry Volunteers, showing the changes in said company from the date 
of organization to the date of muster-out on the 2(ith day of November, 1804, 
by Lieut. Henry C. Feck, 14£/t U. S. Infantry. Compiled from the muster 
oid rolls. 



Names. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Bowers, James M. . 
Reed, Thomas . . 
Horn brook, H. II. 
Murphy, William S. 
Whiteman, Marshal 
Trueaxe, George 
Tucker, William 
Varner, Samuel . . 
Peggs, Preston . . 
Chaplin, James A. 
Eckelberry, Richard 
Garrison, John W. 
Hitchcock, Walt. H. 
Hassick, Henry . . 
Kersliner, Aug's. M. 
Lazear, William . 
Long, David A. . 
Martin, Samuel J, 
Minor, Abner 
Myers, George F. 
McCammick, Henry 



Capt., 


30 


Capt., 


24 


IstLt., 


21 


2d Lt., 


21 


IstSer. 


33 


Serg't, 


34 


Corp'l. 


21 


" 


25 


u 


oi 


Priv., 


23 


" 


22 


" 


30 


it 


28 


" 


28 


it 


21 


<< 


33 


" 


21 


" 


19 


a 


29 


" 


1 1 


a 


34 



Oct. 29, 1861, 
July 29, 1862, 
July 29, 1862, 
Ap'l 18, 1864, 
Oct. 29, 1861, 
29, " 
29, " 
29, " 
29, " 
29, " 
29, " 
2'. I, " 
29, " 
29, » 
29, " 
29, " 
29, » 
29, " 
29, " 
29, " 
29, '■ 



Res'd, July 28, 1862, 

Promoted from 1st Lieutenant, 

July 29,1862. 
Promoted from2d Lieutenant, 

July 29, 1862. 
Promoted from 1st Sergeant, 

April i:;, L864. 

Transf'd to'v. R. C. 



Transferred to Battery "A," 
1st W. V. Ait A, . I ills i, 1862. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "H," First Regiment Infantry— Continued. 






Names. 



Rank & When mustered 
< into service. 



Remarks. 



MV< 'ullougb, Jos. L 
McCullough, James 
Nay, Jeremiah . 
Piles, Oliver . . 
Reed, Samuel 
Sheppard, William 
Samison, Samuel 
Witchie, Jacob . 

Prisoners of War, 
Ice, James G-. . . 
McCullough, Sam. R. 
Paugh, John J. . 
Wade, James F. 
Whiteman, Josiah 
Woodburu, Alex. G. 
Farmer, Samuel 

Mason, Henry H. 

Merrifield, Richard 
Shreve, Samuel W. 

Veterans, 
Morgan, Eljah . 
Fluharty, David 
Barr, William . 
Fluharty, Charles G 
Humphreville, Wm 
Hall, Thomas . 
Resecker, Jacob . 
Shepherd, Francis M 
Vandevener, John 
Wetzel, John 
Wingrove, John . 
Yost, Aaron . . 

Recruits, 
Morrow, Robert H 
Ater, George . . 
Barker, Abraham 
Bishop, William H 
Barr, Thornton . 
Carroll, Samuel J. 
Chriswell, Obediah 
Coats, George . 
Cottrell, Thomas 
Edgell, James . 
Evans, Francis M. 
Evans, Enoch J. 



Priv. 



Priv. 



Wag'r. 
Corp'l. 
Priv., 



Serg' 
Corp 
Priv. 



Corp' 
Priv. 



Oct. 29, 1SG1 
29 " 

-i, » 

29, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29, » 

Oct. 29, 1861, 
29, " 

29, " 
29, " 
29 " 
Aug. 12, 1862, 
Oct. 29, 1861, 

29, " 

Dec. 24, 1861, 

25, « 



Oct. 



29, 1861 

29, " 

29 " 

29*, " 

17, " 

29, " 

26, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29, " 



Aug. 27, 1862 
Ap'l 8, 1864 
Dec. 29, 1861 
Ap : l 8, 1864 

14, " 
Dec. 29, 1861 
Aug. 12, 1862 
Ap'l 8, 1864 
Mar. 31, " 
Jan. 1, 1862 
Feb. 26, 1864 

25, " 



Captured at Moorefield, \\~. V., 

Sept. 11,1863. 
Capl lin .1 at Moorefield, W.V., 

Sept. n, L863. 
Captured at Moorefield, W. V., 

Sept. n, [863. 
i "; 1 1 > t uiid at Moorefleld, W. v., 

Sept. 11, 1863. 
Captured at Moorefield, \\ . V., 

Sept. 11, 1863. 
Captured at Moorefield, W . V., 

Sept. 11, 1863. 
Wounded and left In bands <<f 

enemy at Piedmont, Va., 

.June 5, 1864. 
Wounded and left in hands of 

enemy at Piedmont, Va., 

June 5, 1864. 
Captured at Moorefield, W. V., 

Sept. 11, 1863. 
Captured at Moorefield, W. V., 

Sept. 11, 1863. 

Re-enlist'd Feb. 8 '64 
" Feb. 8, " 
" Feb. 11, " 
" Feb. 11, " 
" Feb. 15, " 
" Feb. 15, " 

Missing in 'action (it Winchester, 

July 24, '64. Re-cn.s'd, 1 

Re-enlis'd Feb. 11'64 
" Feb. 11, " 
" Feb. 11, " 
" Feb. 11, " 
" Feb. 11, " 



In Hospit 1 .it Washington, D. C. 
Supposed to be discharged. 



9 



66 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "£," First Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



When mustered 

into service. 



Remarks. 



Edgell, William N 
Faith, Joshua . 
Fluharty, David B 
Glasscock, W. H. C 
Grandon, Edward 
Hickembotham R. 
Hamilton, John . 
Huffman Ebenezer 
Lowe, William . 
Lyons, Charles C. 
Mercer, Eleben F. 
Myers, Wilson . 
McCammick, F. H 
Peggs, Thomas . 
Peggs, Joseph . 
Roberts, William 
Springer, David . 
Vantile, John . 
Watkins, George 
Wiley, James A. 
Rice, William . 

Discharged, 
Henderson, William 
Barker, Noah 
Gorbay, Ira . 
Bradbury, Geo. W. 
Brookover, Eli . 
Carroll, James . 
Cunningham, Wm. 
Chapman, Wilson S 
Doyle, Henry . 
Goddard, Francis 
Harrison, George A. 
Harrison, Reynolds 
Hart, William H. 
Hitchcock, Geo. W 
Hitchcock, Joshua 
Henthorn, Richard 
Haggerty, John . 
Ice, John . . 
Ice, Aaron . . 
Ice, Abraham 
Kirkpatrick, I. II. 
Kennedy, William 
Long, George . 
Lemasters, William 
Lemasters, Elias 
Lientz, Francis D. 



Priv., 



Serg't, 
Corp'l, 

Priv., 



1 8 .Mar. 15 
22 Aug. 12 
21 Ap'l 
18 Mar. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Dec. 

Mar. 



Feb. 
Nov. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Ap'l 

Mar. 

Feb. 
Dec. 

Oct. 



3 

3 

25 

26 

29 

29 

July 1 

Aug. 12 

Oct. 29 

29 

29 

Aug. 12 

Oct. 29, 

29 

Nov. 11 

9 

9 



Oct. 



Jan. 
Oct. 
Dec. 

Oct. 
Dec. 
Oct. 



29 
29 
29 
1 
29 
29 
29 
29 
26 
29 

L"l 

29 
29 



1864 
1862 
1864 



1862 

1864 

1861 

1864 
k 

1862 
1864 
1864 



1861 
1861 
1862 
1861 



1862 

1861 



to have been killed In ac 
thin atNewmarket, May 15, '63. 



Hissing in action at Winchester, 

Va., July '.'I, '64. 



Discharged fur disability at Arling- 
ton Heights, Oct. -'. i\-2. 

Discharged Nov. 1, having previous- 
ly enlisted in 2d \ a. Oai alrj 

Discharged by reason of r 
of term of enlistment. 

Discharged for disability, January 
29, '63. 

Disch'd for disability, Aug. 17, r.:'. 

" " June 30, - 62. 

Disch'd from wounds ree'd in aotion 

at Bull Ban, Vs., Feb 
Disoh'd for disability. Dec. 18, '62. 



1862 
1861 



" July 15, " 



" July 31,'62 
" Dec. 18, ' 
" Sept. 21, ' 
" Sept. 3, ' 
" June 11, ' 
" April 9, ■ 
" April 15, ' 



Mar. 6, '63 

May 19,'63 

May 19, " 
Nov. 1/62 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ''If," First Regiment Infantry— Continued. 






Nam. B. 



Rank. 



Corp'l, 
Priv., 



Lyon, ( 'liarlos C. . Priv., 
M.i Govern, Thomas 
Myers, William . 
er, William 
McMunn, William 
Merrifield, Jno M. V. 
Mi or, Jacob 
Hosier, John 
Merrifield, Zedekiah 
Norman, Richard 
Piles, Eli . . 
Rice, James B. . 
Shriver, James . 
Springer, Samuel 
Shroder, John . 
>k, James . 
Tucker, Reason C. 

Vantile, John . 

Wade, Thomas S. 
Transferred, 

Humphreville, Win. 

Mansfield, Nathaniel 
hied, 

Eckelberry, V. . 

Belford, Barney 

Kent, Benjamin F 

Simons, Levi . . 

McEldowney, Rob' 

Parks, Andrew . 

Resecker, Martin 

Shreves, Elias . 

Shriver, Abraham 

Tucker, Elijah . 

Wilson, William. 

Willey, James A. 
Deserted, 

Campbell, Win. H. 

Arnett, George W 

Bush, William H. 

Barker, John 

Butler, Josiah . 

Cohens, George . 

Doyle, Henry . 

Fluharty, Jacob 

Garrison, Adam 

Jennings, William 

Jennings, Thomas 

Morrison, Benj. F. 



When mustered 

into Bel •• i< ". 



Eternal i>-. 



21 Oct. 

40 
38 
29 

40 
21 
38 
21 
18 Dec 
Oct 
40 
21 
40 
:;;; Feb. 
38 Oct. 
43 
IS Feb. 



Corp'l, 
Priv., 



Oct. 



Sept. 
Nov. 



24 Oct. 
21 
L9 
23 

21 

18| 

30 Feb. 

36|Dec. 

24 Oct 

40 

25 

22 Dec. 



Drumr 
Priv. 



29, 
29, 
29, 

29, 

29, 
29, 

29, 
24, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
5, 
29, 
29, 

11, 

29, 
29, 

IT, 
2, 

29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
25, 
29. 
29, 
29, 
25, 



18G1 



Dto. for disab'tj May 19, '02. 
it 

'■ Aug 21, '62 
" Sept 18, " 
" Aug 1, " 
" May 19, " 
" Dec. 18, " 
" July 15, ' 
" Dec. 18, " 
" May G, " 
" Nov. 18, " 



18G2 
1861 

1862 
1861 



July 21, 



" June 10 " 
" Aug. 7, " 
" Dec. 18, " 

Pi- l \ reason f 3nlia1 g in 
regular army, Nov. 18, '62. 

Discharged for disability. 
Trans, to Oo. "II." Jan 25, '62. 

V. R. C. 



Died at Cumberland Heap l 

March 10, '62. 
Killed in action at Piedmont, 

\'a. Junes, ''it. 
tilled Inaction at Moorefield, 

\V. Va., Sept. 11, '63. 
Died in Cumberland Hospital 
Uarch -i. '62. . , 

Died in Cumberland Hospital 

March 10, '62. 
Killed in action at Bull Run, 
Aug. 30, '62. , , 

1864 Killed in action at Snickers 
^ac^\ Ford, July 18, '64. 
l.Mil lu.,1 .lulv 1, r.l, irom wounds 
-i nn-i rec'din act'nal Newmarket 
lobl Di'dCum'd Hosp'l Mar L, '62. 
Di'd Cum'd Hosp'lAp'l 7, '''•!. 
Mar. 13, " 
Feb. 22, '62 



Aug. 12, 1862 
29, 



Oct. 



11 

21 

2] 

29 

22 

24 Aug. 

:;i Feb. 

41 [Oct. 

30 

20 Dec. 

2lJAp'l 

31 Oct. 



13, 
29, 
29, 

29, 

8, 

29, 



1861 

1862 
1864 
1861 



1864 
1861 



Desert'd May 17, '63 
Oct. 11. 62 
Oct. 26, '63 
Oct. 29, '61 
Nov. 10, '63 
June 17, '64 
April 21, " 
Nov. 6, '61 
Nov. 6, " 
Nov. 19, '63 
April 21, '64 
July 7, '62 



68 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "1?," First Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 


Rank. 


6 

< 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


McCabe, Benjamin 
Yost, Leonard . . 


Priv., 


33 
21 


Aug. 12, 1862 
Oct. 29, 1861 


Deserted July 6, '63 

Deserted Nov. 1<J, '63. Supos'd 
to have re-enlis'd in 15th Pa. 



Cavalry. 



Aggregate, 157 men. 



Record of Lieutenant George James 1 Company "J," First Regiment TV. Va. 
Infantry Volunteers, showing the changes in said Company from the date of 
organization to the date of muster-out, on the 26th day of November, 1864, by 
Lieut. Henry C. Peck, \\th U. S. Infantry. Compiled from the muster-out 
rolls. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



James, George . 
Goudy, James M. . 
Trimble, John B. . 
Dougherty, John W. 
Singleton, James W. 
Tippett, William S. 
Guy, Robert A. . 
Daily, John . . 
Allison, Andrew J. 
Hamm, Jacob 
Henderson, William 
Haine, John F. . 
Hannan, Jeremiah 
Lytle, David . . 
Neville, Amor . 
Prager, George . 
Prophater, Jackson 
Powers, Edward 
Sawers, John 
Saunders, James C. 
Whitham, Joseph 
Wear, James A. 

Prisoners of War. 
Broderick, Henry 
Brahler, Henry . 
McGreary, George 

Recruits, 
Baltzell, Alfred . 
Little, James 
Boyles, John . . 
Connelley, John N. 
Church, Edward T. 
Daily, David W. 



2d Lt. 

1st Ser 

Wag'r 
Priv. 



l8t.Lt. 38 
2dLt., 24 
Gapt. 28 
26 
26 
24 
28 
45 
35 
24 
27 
22 
27 
44 
24 
18 
34 
2] 
24 
36 
33 
25 



Corp'l 
Priv. 



Corp'l 
Priv. 



Nov. 
Nov. 



Nov. 



Aug. 
Nov. 
Mar. 



5, 1861 
1, 1862 

5, 1861 

5, « 

5, " 

5, " 

5, " 

5, " 

5, » 

5, " 

5, " 

5, " 

5, " 

5, " 

5, " 

5, " 

5, " 

5, " 

5, " 

6, " 

5, " 

5, " 
5, " 

8, 1862 
30, 1863 
24, 1864 

27, " 

24, " 
04. << 



Promoted from IstSerg't to 2nd Lt., 

Nov. 1, 1862. 
Resigned; date unknown. 

Promoted to Capt. from 1st Lieut. 
Died at Annapolis, Md. 

Promoted to 1st. Lieut, and trans- 
ferred to Co. "C." 



Reported in hospital since March 28, 
'B2j supposed to be dead. 



Captured at MooreBcld, TV. V., Sep. 

II. «S. 
Captured at Salem, Va., June 22, '61. 



Not mustered out. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 69 

Company "/," First Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






Godfrey, James . 
Null, Joseph . . 
Ott, William . . 
Russell, Edgar I. 
Stone, William H. 
Sampsell, Wm. H. 
Karr, William . 

Pi t( runs, 
Baltzell, Jacob . 
Roffle, Ralph . . 
Hoben, William . 
Baltzell, Charles H. 
Craig, John C. . 
Daily, Thomas J. 
Donaldson, James 
Hackworth, Benj. 
Mcrhearson, Hiram 
Taylor, Robert . 
Wallace, James E. 
Corben, William 
Mathews, Lee Roy 

Discharged. 
Atkinson, B. II. H 
Oliver, Joseph . 
Ebbert, John V. K 
Ecke, Augustus, . 
McCune, George 
Wault, Peter 
Boyd, Enoch . . 
Bentz, John . 
Boyd, John Q. A. 
Bazzell, George . 
Beadwell, William 
Chalk, John H. . 
Criswell, Jonas . 
Davis, Morris 

Greenlee, James - 
Hamilton, Alex. C. 
Harrison, George . 
Mathews, William 
Mathews, Moses 
Mathews, George W. 
Mathews, John . . 
Monegan, Thomas 
Louther, James . . 
Pemberton, Wm. D. 
Paulus, George . . 



Hank. 



Priv. 



Serg't 
(i 

Mus'n 

Priv. 



1st Ser 

Serg't, 
it 

Corp'l 
it 

Wag'r 
Priv. 



Priv. 



V hen mastered 
into Ben ice. 



July 

Ap'l 

Mar. 



Feb. 
Nov. 

July 

Nov. 



1, 1862, 

2, 18G4, 
25, 
24, 
31, 
25, 
24, 

5, 1861 
5, 
15, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 



Jan. 
Nov. 



5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 

5, 
5, 
1, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 



1862 



Not mustered out. 



Not mustered nut. Capt'd at Lynch- 
burg, Va., Juno 1-, ill. 

Re-enlis'dFebll,'G4 

Feb 14, " 

Jan 1, " 

Feb 14, " 

Jan 1, " 

Jan 1, " 

Feb 14, " 

Jan 24, " 

Feb 14, " 

Jan 26, " 

Jan 1, " 

Re-enlistcd Jan. 1, '64; captured at 
Staunton, Va., June 8, '(it. 

Re-enlistcd Feb. 11. 61: captured at 
Staunton, Va., June 8, '64. 



Promoted to 2d Lt. 1st Va. Artillery, 
29, '62. 

Discharged for disability at Wash- 
ington, D. C, Bept. 29. 

Discharged for disability at Fair- 
lav, Aug. 18, '62. 

Discharged for disability at Wash- 
ington, D. C, Jan. 31, '63 

Discharged for disability at Wash- 
ington, D. C, July 18 

Discharged for disability at Wash- 
in n. (.'.. Jan. 21, '63. 

Discharged fur disability at Phila- 
• elphia, Ha., Sept 3, 6 

Discharged for disability at Wash- 
ington. D. C, July 17, '62. 

Discharged for disability at Haiti- 
more, Md., Mar. 25, '62. 

Discharged for disability at Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, Oct. 7. '62. 

Discharged for disability at North 
Mountain, W. Va., Dec. ]*. '62, 

Discharged for disabilitj .a Wash- 
ington, D. C, Jan. 15 

Discharged for disability at Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Jan. 16, '63. 

Dishonorably dise'd liy G. C. 
M.,at Cumberl'd, Bid., Mir. 
14, '63. 

Discharged for disability at 
Washing'n, D. U., J uly 14, '62 

Disch'd for disability a1 Balti- 
more. Md., Max. !6, 62. 

Disch'd for disability at Wil- 
liamsport, Md.. Ap'l 12, '62. 

1 OP1 Discharged for disability, at Phila- 
lOOl ; delphia. Pa., Sept. 3, 1862. 

Discharged for disability, at Phila- 
delphia. Pa.. Jan. 16, 1863. 

Discharged for disability, at Cum- 
berland, Md., Hot. 12, 1862. 

Discharged for disability, at Cum- 
berland, Md., Nor. 12 1862. 

Discharged for disability, at Wash- 
ington, D.C., Oct. 2, 1862. 

Discnarged for disability, at Cincin- 
nati, n., Not. 12, 1862. 

Discharged for disability, at Cum- 
berland, Md., July 81, 1862. 

Discharged for disability, at Roni- 
ncy, Va., Mar. 23, 1862. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Company "/." First Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
into service . 



Raffle, Ralph, Sr. . 
Rawlings, Charles J 
Vogt, Augustus . 
Vance, James S. . 
Young, Philip . 

Transferred, 
Beile, Emanuel . 
Drake, David M. 
Irvin, David K. . 

Died, 
Craig, Samuel P. 
Evans, John W. . 
Cain, Presley G. . 
Dysert, Charles A. 

Mathews, Francis 
Burd, Daniel H. 
Donaldson, Walter 
Rhoader, Jacob . . 

Simpson, Roberts J. 

Stine, John M. . . 

Karr, John . . . 
Prager, John . . . 

Welsh, Anthony 

Deserted, 
Campbell, Josiah . 
Bushman, Henry . 

Beadwell, George . 
Dixon, Joseph . . 
Hetherington, Jos. 
Roberts, Riley . . 
Tannahill, James C. 
Aggregate, — . 



I Priv., 



Priv., 



Corp'l, 
Priv., 



Corp'l, 
Serg't, 
Priv., 



Corp'l, 
Priv., 

Corp'l, 
Priv., 



Nov. 5, 1801 
5, " 
5, " 

5, " 
5, " 



42 
29 
35 
24 

L'l 

19 
24 

21 

29 
32 

26 Jan. 
19 Nov. 

21 
35 
29 
41 

38 
43 



5, 
5, 

5, 

5, 
5, 
1, 

5, 

5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 

17, 
5, 



April 2, 



18 

22! Nov. 



Mus'n. 



5, 
Feb. 28, 

Nov. 5, 
5, 

Mar. 31, 
Nov. 5, 



1S02 



1804 
1801 



1802 
1801 



lsr,. j 
1801 



Discharged for rlisar.il it v, at Cum 
berlud, HA., Deo. it. 

i for <li-:it.ilit\-, at Kora- 

i Usability, at Port 

, \. v., Jan. I 

I for au*1)ilitTi at Balti 

Ml.. M:.r. J5, I 

Discharged tor disability, al 
Baltimore, Md., Mai 

TransTd tolstTJ.B.Gav.,Nov. 

21, 1862. 
TransfdtoN.O.S., Di 

TransfdtoN.es., I). 

Died May5, '62, al Wesl Alex- 
ander, Pa. 

Pied Nov. 11, 1801, at Wheel- 
ing, W. Va. 

Died Nov. 11, 1862, at George- 
town, D. O. 

Died, date unknown, at Balti- 
more, Bid. 

Died Jan. 26, 1864, al Rich- 
mond, Va., while prisoner. 

Killed in act ion at M efield, 

\V. Va., Sept. 11. 1863. 

Killed in action al Maryland 
Heights, July 7, 1864. 

Killed in action al Moorefield, 
W. Va., Sept. 11. 1863. 

Killed in actional Lynchburg, 
Va., June 19, '64. Re-enlisl ■ 
ed Feb. 14, 1864. 

Killed in action al New Mar- 
ket, Mas 15, '64. Re-enlisted 
Jan. I. 1864. 

Killed in action at Piedmont, 
Va., June5, 1864. 

Killed in actios at New Mar- 
ket, Va., May 16. 1864. 

Killed by accident on B. <t 0. 
R, R. al Wheeling, Oct.2,'62. 

Deserted at Hancock, Md., 

July 30, 1863. 
Deserted at Piedmont, Va., 

June 5, '64. Ri -enlisted Feb. 

29, 1864. 
Deserted at North Mountain, 

Va., Feb. 22, 1863. 
Deserted at North Mountain, 

Va., Feb. 22, 186S. 
Deserted al North Mountain, 

Va., Feb. 22, 1863. 
Deserted ai I rauley Bridge, W. 

Va., July 1. 1864. 
Deserted at Ly in liliiu l'. Va. 

June 1~, 1,1; was a vet. ran. 

104 men. 



Record of Captain Richard Radcliff's Company "A'i' First Regiment West 
Va. Infantry Volunteers, showing the changes in said com jxiny from the dale 
of organization to the date of muster-out on the 26th dun of November, 1864, 
by Lieut. Henry C. Peck, 14th U. S. Infantry. Compiled from the muster 
out rolls. 



Names. 


Kank. 


6 

s 

< 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Radcliff, Richard . 
Lewis, James A. 
Plattenburg, J. W. 


Capt., 
IstLt., 
2d Lt., 


30 
31 
31 


Nov. 14, 186] 

14, 1801 

Ap'l 13, 1864 


Trans, from Co. "O" to Co. "K," 
Mar. 34, '81 Pro. l-t Si 
24, '63. Pro. M Lt, Ap 11 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S RETORT. 
Company "A\" Pint Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



71 



Bank. 



\\ l|l>ll D 

Into - i M- • . 



Bemarka. 



Morgan, David . 
V, eden, Benry K. 



11 asenfelt, Joseph 
B nnett, Samuel 
Bland, Henry 

b.n . 

1 
s, i lharles 

, .lauies . 
Gray, -lames . 



Lamby, William 
i, Peter . . 
Palmer, John W. 
Thompson, John D 
Trisler, John R. . 
Vandine, David . 
Venaman, Richard 
Wilkerson, Alfred 
Mendell, George C. 

Prisoners of War^ 
Manners, Alexander 

Kiger, John . . 

Recruits. 
ARison, Joseph . 
Albright, Levi . 
Bier, Henry A. . 

I, John . . 
Bird, Rosebury . 
Chalfant, Johnson 
i 'row, John . . 

-well, Peter 0. 
Eakey, John . . 
Heston, Benjamin 
Hays, Henry . 
Johnson, Alexander 
Kemple, Henry 0. 
Lambert, John . 
Leech, Clement V. 
Leech, Ambrose . 
Majors, John W. 
Marple, Joel D. . 
Pool, Joseph W. . 
Parke, Thomas C 
Rice, Jonathan . 



2d l.t.. 


28 




35 


1 lorp'l. 


21 


l'riv., 


27 


(1 


20 


( f 


26 


" 






i:; 


it 


23 


ii 


25 


a 


23 


K 


21 


a 


37 


a 


19 


n 


IV, 


11 


18 


II 


29 


(1 


26 


11 


36 


II 


:;o 


« 


22 


{( 


28 


u 


32 


<< 


:;<» 


tt 


19 


tl 


42 


" 


19 


f i 


40 


" 


20 


" 


32 


tl 


33 


({ 


19 




L9 


(( 


41 


CI 


19 


II 


40 


It 


31 


II 


38 


" 


18 


I; 


18 


ll 


34 


" 


39 


11 


22 



14, 

1, 



Nov. 



Feb. 
Mar. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Mar. 
Ap'l 
Mar. 
Aug. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Mar. 



14, 

II, 
14, 
11, 
14, 
14, 
II, 
14, 
II, 

14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
II, 
14, 
14, 

14, 
14, 

L5, 

31, 
31, 
19, 
19, 
24, 
24, 
19, 
25, 
25, 
18, 
24, 

11, 
19, 
24, 
25, 
24, 
24, 
31, 

10, 



1861 
1862 

1SG1 



1864 



is*;., 
l.si;i 



•nedFeb. I 

I from i ',. ■ i 
Di 
moted latSei I D* 31. '61; 

I to 2d 1. 1.. Feb, l, 
'62; diimJ — I, M 



Wounded at Bnicker'a Ford, 
.Inly 1^, 1864, in right 
amputated. 



Captured a< New Mai 

M it I. '.,1864. 

Captured at Moorefleld, \\ . V. 
Sept. Ll, 

Not mustered out. 



72 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "A'," First Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into sen i< • . 



Riggs, Lemuel . 
Shepherd, Henry C 
Shillings, James 
Sangston, John A. 
Sissell, William . 
Kimbell, Peter . 
Stanley, John . 
Yeck, Edward J. 

Veterans, 
Keller, George W. 
Owings, Alfred . 
Pelley, James 
Crisswell, Lewis B. 
Krider, Theodore 
Leech, Samuel . 
McCombs, John . 
Riggles, Charles 
Hutchison. Wm. W 
Beals, Elisha . . 
Cormack, Stockton 
Elliott, Joseph . 
Holmes, Gilbert L. 
Keller, Henry . 
Keller, John'W. 
Kemple, Otis 
Leach, Benjamin 
Lloyd, William T. . 
McHenry, James 
Morgan, Wm. H. 
Montgomery, John 
Oldfield, Thaddeus 
Plate, William . 
Rohan, John . . 
Swift, William D. 
Wildeman, John W 
Gray, Robert 
Oldfield, George 
Moore, Samuel A. 

Discharged. 
Coats, Alexander 
Bender, William 
Greer, Henry, , 
Plooth, George . 
Justus, John . . 
Lannar, Herman 
Lyder, Joseph 
Masterson, George 



Priv. 



Serg't, 



Corp'l, 



Priv. 



Serg't, 
Priv. 



31 Mar. 
20 

:;s 

18 
is 
28 
22 
18 



28 

19 

26 

26 

26 

24 

23 

20 

:;:; 

18 

is 

18 

26 

20 

18 

19 

28 

3] 

22 

18 

19 

18 

is 

40 

40 

19 

30 

21 

18 

21 

:;r, 

11 
43 
32 
28 
26 
27 



Nov. 
Mar. 

Feb. 
Ap'l 

Nov. 



llemarks. 



Not mustered out. 
Juno 2ti, 1864. 



Nov. 



Feb. 

Nov, 



Feb. 
Nov 



24, 1864 
24 " 
24| " 
22, 1863 

24, 1864 
24 " 
14, 1862 

9, 1864 

14, 1861 
14, " 
14, " 
14, " 
14, " 
14, " 
14, " 
14,1861 
14, " 
14, " 
14, » 
14, » 
14, " 
14, « 
14, " 
14, " 
14, " 
14, « 

25, 1862 
14, 1861 
14, » 
14, " 

4, 1862 
14, 1861 
14, " 
14, " 
14, " 
14, » 
14. " 

11, " 

M, " 

14, " 

1 1, " 

11, " 

M, " 

14, " 

U, " 



Not mustered out. 



Captured 



Re-enlis'dFeb.15,'64 
Feb. 11, " 
Feb.15, " 
Feb.15, " 
Jan. 26, " 
Feb.15, " 
Feb.15, " 

Re-enls'd July 15, '64 
Jan. 23, " 
Jan. 22, " 
Feb 11, " 
Mar 16, " 
Feb 8, " 
Jan. 1, " 
Jan. 23, " 
Jan. 26, " 
Feb 15, " 
Feb 15, " 
Feb 24, " 
Feb 16, " 
Feb 16, " 
Feb 15, " 
Feb 15, " 
Feb 24, " 
Fob 24, " 
Jan 22, " 

Re-enlisted Feb. 15, '64; woun- 
ded and cont'd Staj 15, 64. 

Re-enlisted Jan. 23, r 64, capt'd 
i, '64. 

Re-enlisted Jan. 26, '64; capt'd 
May 15, 'hi. 



Discharged for disability, date 

Hill, lU'Wtl. 

Discharged for disability, date 

unknot d. 
Discharged for disability ■■it 

Wash'n, I>. •'., Am.'. 18, '62. 
Discharged for disabilitj al 

Front Royal, June 1-, '64. 
Discharged for disability al 

Philadelphia, Oct 

d for disability nt 

Wash'n, D. 0., Not 
Discharged for disabilit] at 

Philadelphia, !■'• 1, 
Discharged fordisability, Aug. 

18, '62. 



ADJUTANT GENEKAI/S RE] 






Company "IE," First Regiment Infantry Continued. 



Myer, William A. 
;e . 
iby, [saac 
Vandine, Louis . 
Wade, Thomas S. 
Wagoner, William 
Bennett, David . 

Orst, Henry . . 
McCauslin, Robert 
Davis, Cephas . 
Gosney, Richard 

Transferred. 
Jacobs, Jacob 
Severs, Joshua . 

Died. 
Brock, Burbridge 
Amos, Williams . 
Bartlet, Ellis . 
Steward, Gerard 
Tolbert, John 
Wade, James B. F, 
Wright, John S. 
McGinnis, John J. 
Doran, John . . 
Clohan, William 
Shaw, Joseph 
Deserted, 
Bennett, John . 
Decker, John 
Kirkland, William 
McCombs, Levi . 
W r eaver, Charles 
Pierce, Geo. M. D. 

Aggregate,—. 



Bank. 


--i 
< 


When must 


Priv. 


18 


Nov. 


11,1861 


u 


39 






ii 


43 




11. " 


u 


34 




11, " 


it 


38 




11, » 


ii 


26 




!l, " 


a 


L9 




14, " 


ii 


2l! 


• 


1 1, " 


it 


36 




14, " 


u 


2] 




14, " 


a 


I'M 




11, " 


Serg't, 


2* 




14, " 


a 


21 




14, " 


Corp'l, 
Priv. 


25 

is 




14, " 
14, " 


a 


29 




14, " 


ii 


19 






11 


18 




11, '■ 


ii 


:;:, 




14, " 


ii 


33 


Dec. 


1, " 


Serg't, 


:;:; 


Nov. 


14, " 


Priv. 


42 


Feb. 


25, 1S64 


1st Sgt 


28 


Oct. 


31, 1861 


Priv. 


24 


Mar. 


21, 1864 


it 


27 


Nov. 


14, 1861 


ii 


27 




14, " 


a 


21 




14, " 


a 


30 




14, " 


ii 


30 


Mar. 


31, 1864 


ii 


18 


Nov. 


14, 1861 



1 Qfi 1 Dischai Uit\ :it 

1 ' North Mo. mi 
i 'i 
North Mount n, Jan 

bility ai 
Alexandi ia, Va., 1 a 
trged for • 1 i -- r ». t . i i 

Discharged for disabilitj ; date 

i ■ ■ u r i . 

Re-enlisted in 

airy. 
Disch'd rordisabil'3 : ; 

in action ai Wini heater, Va. 

Man b 
Disch'd ai Claryville, Md., hie 

time ■ • t" -■ i - v ice ha\ u 

.1 for disability, July 

.1 for disability; date 
unknown. 
Discharged for disability at 
Frostburg, Md., Nov. i~, '62. 



Transferred to V. R. C. 



Died May 30, '62, at Washing- 
D. C. 

Died April 3, 'G3, ;it ICoiiiih v, 
Va. 

Died April 23> ' 
land. Md. 

Died March 5, Y,2, at Cumber- 
land. Md. 

Died; date and place unknown. 



17, '62, in Wetzel Co. 
Died Nov. 30, '62, ai Alexan- 

Va. 
Died Sept. 24, 
burg, Va. 

24, '64,a1 Baltimore, 
Md. 
Killed in action at Winches- 
ter, Va., March 23, 
Balled in action at Snicker's 
Ford.. Inly 18, '64. 



S 
Carlisle, Y\ . \ 
Deserted N >v. i £1, ai < imp 

Carlisle, W . \ 
1 1. sorted Sept, 10, '62, at Cum- 
berland, Md. 

Inne 13, Y'2, at Lu- 
ray, \ i 
Deserted April 1st, 1864, at 
\vi,., ling, W.Va. 

•.t Front 
! . Va. 



.121 men. 



MEMORANDA: — The First JRegiment West Virginia Infantry Vol- 
unteers was organized at Wheeling in May, 1861, from volunteer 
companies of Hancock, Brooke, Ohio and Marshall counties, which 
had been formed in April 1861 to resist aggressions from that por- 
tion of Virginia which had seceded from the Union; and under the 
call of the President for 75,000 men, it was mustered into the ser- 
10 



7 I ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

vice of the United States for the period of three months, under 

command of Col. B. F. Kelley. On the day of May, 1861, it 

left Camp Carlile, at Wheeling, and proceeded to a bridge near 
Mannington. on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which had been 
destroyed by the rebels. After remaining there two days it 
marched to Grafton, Taylor County, Va., where a body of State 
militia had been collected, under command of the rebel Col. Por- 
terfield. Upon the approach of the Union force, Col. Porterfield 
retired to Phillippi, Barbour County, where, on the morning of the 

of June, he was attacked and completely routed by Col. Kel- 

ley's command. During the action Col. Kelley was seriously 
wounded in the breast. 

During the remainder of their three months service the regi- 
ment was separated. A detachment of five (5) companies served 
with General McClellan in the Rich Mountain campaign — another 
detachment was with Col. Tyler in the campaign against General 
Wise, who at that time had attempted an invasion of this portion 
of the State. The remainder of the regiment was stationed on the 
B-. & 0. R. R, 

The three months organization was mustered out of service on 
the 28th day of August, 1861, and the regiment was reorganized 
under command of Col. Joseph Thoburn, who was Surgeon of the 
regiment in the three months service. 

This organization was perfected on the 14th day of November, 

1861. During the period of recruiting and reorganizing the regi- 
ment, four (4) companies were sent to Burning Springs, Va., and 
thence to Romney, Va., where they were joined by the remainder 
of the regiment on the 9th of November, 1861. 

The regiment participated in the action at Blues' Gap, Va., Jan- 
uary 7th, 1862, and was with the command of General Lander at 
the evacuation of Romney, January 10th, and continued under his 
command until his death at Paw-Paw Tunnel, Va., in February, 

1862. It then formed a part of the 3d brigade of General Shields' 
division, and with it bore an active part in the battle of Winches- 
ter, Va., March 23d, 1862; served with Shields' Division during the 
campaign in the Valley of Virginia in the months of April, May 
and June, during which time it creditably performed hard and la- 
borious service. It was engaged at the battle of Port Republic, 
Va., June 8th and 9th, and lost heavily. 

In July, 1862, the regiment was assigned to the 4th Brigade of 
Rickett's Division, of McDowell's Corps, of the Army of Virginia. 
During the month of August, whilst in this command, it participa- 
ted in the actions at Cedar Mountain, Va., August 9th, Rappahan- 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 75 

nock Station, August — th, Thoroughfare Gap, Ai th, ami in 

the second battle of Bull Run, August 29th and 30th, L8< 

[n October, L862, the Lst Virginia was sent to Wheeling to recruit, 
and wii the 24th of November, 1862, was ordered to report to Gen- 
Kelley, and was sent to North Mountain, Y.\., where it re- 
mained until March, 1863, when it was assigned to the 2d Brij 
lst Division, 8th Arm\ it Romney, Va., and remained there 

until June, 1S63, when it joined General Kelley's command in the 
Maryland campaign of July, 1803. Col. Mulligan's Division, of 
which the lst "West Virginia formed a part, was sent to Petersburg, 
\V. Va., on the 16th of August, 1863, whence a detachment of five 
ompanies of the regiment were sent to Moorefield, W. Va. — 
This detachment was attacked on the 5th of September by Gener- 
al Imboden's Brigade, which was repulsed with small loss. Before 
daylight on the morning of the 11th of September, it a at- 

tacked by surprise by a detachment of Imboden's Brigade, under 
command of McNiel, in which the camp and a large portion of the 
command was captured. On the 30th of January, 1864, the regi- 
ment, with the remainder of the forces at Petersburg, under com- 
mand of Col. Thoburn, retreated to New Creek, W. Va., before a 
superior force of the enemy under command of General Early. 

On the 25th of February, 1864, the regiment was sent to Wheel- 
ing on veteran furlough, and on the lst of April joined General 
Sullivan's command at Webster, W. Va., where it was attached to 
the 2d Brigade, commanded by Col. Thoburn. 

During the months of April and May, 1864, it was in General 
Sigel's campaign in the Shenandoah valley, and participated in the 
battle of New Market, May 14th and 15th, 1864; continued in the 
same organization during the campaign of General Hunter, being 
meritoriously engaged in the battles of Piedmont, June 5th, 1864, 
and at Lynchburg, June 17th and 18th, and was with General Hun- 
ter's army in its retreat from Lynchburg to the Kanawha River. 

In July and August it participated in the campaign of General 
Crook against Early in the Shenandoah valley, and was engaged in 
the battles of Snicker's Ferry, July 18th, 1864, and at Winchester 
on the 24th day of July. In the months of August, September 
and October, it formed part of the Army of West Virginia, in Gen- 
eral Sheridan's army, and was actively engaged at Cedar Creek, 
August 12th, 1864, at Berryville, September 3d, at Charlestown, 

August , and at Halltown, August 26th. At the battles of Ope- 

quan, September 19th, Fisher's Hill, September 23d, and of Cedar 
Creek, October 19th, 1864, the regiment was in the reserve. At the 
latter place, Col. Thoburn of the lst W. Va. commanding the lst 



7G 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Division, Army of West Virginia, was mortally wounded; an ac- 
complished and talented gentleman, a brave and chivalrous soldier, 
a skillful and efficient officer: possessing those qualities in a high 
degree which fitted him for on exalted station. In his death West 
Virginia has suffered an irreparable loss. 

On the 29th of October the regiment was sent to Cumberland, 
Md., whence the non-veterans were sent to Wheeling to be mus- 
tered out of service. The remainder of the regiment was then con- 
solidated into a Battalion of four companies, under command of 
Lieutenant Colonel Jacob Weddle. 

By order of the Secretary of War, dated December 10th, 1864, 
the battalion was consolidated with the 4th W. Va. Infantry, form- 
ing the Second Regiment West Virginia Veteran Volunteers, and is 
now stationed at Cumberland, Md. 



FOURTH INFANTRY REGIMENT. 

Record of Captain M. V. Lighfburn's Company "A," Fourth West Virginia 
Volunteer Infantry, slum-inn the changes in said Company from the date of 
organization /<> the date of muster-out on the 4th day of July, 1864, by 
W. G. Fitch, 1st Lieut. U. S. A. Compiled from the muster-out rolls. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 

into service. 



Remarks. 



Welton, Henrv S. . 
Rockhill, Tilton B. 
Lightburn, M. V. . 

Smith, . . . 

Sayre, John J. . . 
Davis, John W. . . 
Shrewsberry, Col'bs 
Bumgarner, Win. 
Swilling, Francis . 
French, Robert . . 
Flitcher, Adam . . 
Carroll Thomas . . 
Ross, Joseph G. . . 
Mason, John . . . 
Cowey, Thomas . . 
Hall, William C. L. 
Elliott, Joseph . . 
Bailey, James E. . 
1 1, James . . 
Circle, Charles E. . 
( !] abtre, I lharles 
Circle, Noah . . . 
Circle, John . . . 
Drh er, .lames . . 
Evans, John . . . 



iCapt., 



IstLt., 
1st Lt. 
2d Lt.. 
2d Lt, 
Serg't, 
Serg't, 
Corp'l, 



38 June 17, 

53 Sept. 2, 

23 Nov. 30, 
30!Junel7, 
26 Jan. 1, 
26 June 17, 
30;Jan. 1, 

24 June 17, 
*2 June 17, 

17, 



1861 
it 

1862 
1861 
1863 
1861 
1863 
1S61 



Mus'n, 
Priv. 



11 
19 
23 
23 

34 
19 

21 
21 
22 
21 

21 
:;<; 
28 
21 
.-;:; 
24 



17, 
17, 

IT, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
27, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 



Resign'd Sept. 1, '61. 

Appointed Sept. 1, '01. Resigned 
\.n BO. '62. 

Pro. Cap. Nov. 30 '62 
Res. Sept. 1st, '61. 

Pro. Serg't Aug. 31, '61. 1'ro. Lt. 
Nov. 30, '62. 

Res. Dec. 5, '62. 

Ap'ted Com II, i',l. Pro 



Founded at Jackson, Miss.. July 
11, 'gS. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company li A" Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 







5 


w be nstered 

Into ■ 






Edwards, Thomas 


Priv., 


25 


June 17, 1861 






be, Robert, . 


<( 


26 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


ler, -lesse 


(i 


18 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


French, Geor 


k 


20 


17, " 


_ _ 


_ 


Fry, <i ii.l eon . . 


.1 


19 


17, 


_ 


_ 


il . 


■I 


L9 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


Gamble, William \\ 


" 


18 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


1 m, Amos . 


(< 


30 


17, " 


- 


- 


Gibson, John W. 


it 


20 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


Harrison, Henry 


a 


35 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


I tardy, James . 


.. 


23 


" 




_ 


Hughes, Morgan 


<< 


32 


17, - 


- 


- 


1 Klei ten, Mark . 


" 


40 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


Jones, William . 


ii 


23 


17, " 


_ _ 


_ 


Knapp, •lohn . . 


(C 


22 


17, <; 


_ 


- 


Keith, William A. 


II 


18 


17, « 


_ 


_ 


Love, Lewis . 


. II 


28 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


Mitchell, William 


II 


33 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


Martin, John 


II 


24 


17, » 


_ 


_ 


Miller, Andrew . 


K 


28 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


Miller, Henry . 


l( 


28 


17, " 


_ 


_ ' 


Oliver, David 


II 


22 


17, V 


_ 


_ 


Powell, John 


II 


24 


17, " 


_ _ 


_ 


', . 


(1 


33 


17, " 


_ 


- 


Parker, Michael 


II 


33 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


Parry, Matthews 


I. 


28 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


George . . 


II 




17, " 


_ _ 


_ 


Rickord, Michael 


It 


23 


17, " 


ibnrg, Miss 


, May 


Roberts, John . 


• II 


22 


17, ; ' 


_ 


_ 


Rollison, Isaac . 


II 


20 


17, « 


_ 


_ 


Robinson, John . 


II 


30 


17, " 


_ _ 


_ 


Stevens, John . 


II 


23 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


Severance, Henry 


II 


21 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


Turnner, Henry C 


II 


22 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


Turnner, De Witt 


II 


20 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


Thomas, Henry . 


II 


28 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


Vanmeter, John W 


II 


18 


17, " 


_ _ 


_ 


, William . 


II 


2s 


17, " 


_ 


_ 


///7.S-. 












Arnold, George G. 


II 


J7 


Oct. ;10, 1862 


_ 


_ 


McLaughlin, John 


II 


24 


10, " 


_ 


- 


Quigley, Owen . 


(1 


30 


10, " 


- 


- 


Rodgers, John . 


II 




10, " 


_ _ 


_ 


Whitney, James 


II 


18 


10, « 


- 


- 


Veterans, 










McDonald, John 


Serg't, 


26 June 17,1861 


Re-enlis'd Jan 21, 


'64 


McDonald, Donald 


.. 


17, " 


" Jan 21, 


a 


Pascoe, Thomas . 


" 


23 


17, " 


" .Jan. 21, 


a 



78 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Company ,- J," Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 









Carney, Samuel E. R 
Avery, Robert . . 

;arner, Calvin 
( llendenen, Joseph . 
Goodrich, Marcus . 
Icenhower, Thos. J. 
Lavender, Wm. H. II 
Lewis, Isaac N. . . 
Roy, William H. . 
Smith, William J. . 
Webster, Samuel . 

Discharged, 
Burrows, Daniel 
Benton, William . 
Collins, Richard 
Cutchall, George . 
Dickens, William . 
Engleman, William 
Gaskins, John R. . 
Jones, James . . . 
Hardy, Luke . . . 
Loyd, David . . . 
Lightburn, Calvin L. 
Richardson, II. S. . 
Rodgers, Charles . 
Robinson, Charles . 
Shoemaker, Joseph . 

Transferred. 
Spencer, Albert . . 

Killed in Action, 
Campbell, Alexander 
Tnrnbull, John . . 
Latham, Sumner H. 
Ritz, Peter . . . 
Randall, John . . 

Died of Disease, 
Kneff, Joseph . . 
Williamson, Lewis . 
Wilson, Huston . . 
Young, John II. 

Deserted, 
Burgess, Lewis . . 
Evans, John D. . . 
Ray, Robert . . . 
Hardy, Joseph . . 
Williams, AVilliam . 
Kern, Jacob . . . 
Slosher, Martin . . 
Williams, Talesian R. 
Aggregate, 



Corp'l. 
Priv., 



Corp'l, 

Priv., 

Serg't, 

Priv. 

Corp'l, 

Serg't, 

Priv., 

Priv. 



Mus'n 
Priv., 



Corp'l, 
Priv., 



Priv., 
Corp'l, 

Priv., 



When mastered 
Into - 



Remarks. 



24 June 17, 1861 
30 Jan. 1,1862 
24 June 17,1861 
17, " 



17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
Aug. 19, 
June 17, 



2."> 
32 
32 
:;u 
24 
35 
2\ 
31 
;;i 

31 
i'ii 
21 
28 
23 
23 June 17 



17. " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

. 17, " 

17, " 

Oct. 10, 1862 

June 17, 1861 

17, " 



1861 



19 

22 

38 
21 

is 

18 

2'. i 
22 
2\ 
20, Oct. 



17, 

17, 

17, 
17, 

17, 
17, 

17, 
17, 
17, 
10, 

10, 



1862 



June 17, 1861 

17, « 

17, " 

IV. " 

17, " 

24, " 

Sept. 1, " 



Re-enlis'dJan21,'<>l 

Feb 12. '• 

Jan 21. ■ 

Jan. 1, " 

Jan 21, " 

•I:... 21, " 

• Ian 21, " 
Jan 21, " 
Jan. 1, " 
Jan 1, " 
Jan. 1, " 

Disch'd Jan. 18, '62. 
Oct. 14, " 
Aug. 19, '63. 
Jan. 18, '62. 
Aug. 1, '63. 
Mar. 15, '62. 
Feb. 23, " 
July 1, '63. 
April 1, " 
Jan. 16, " 
Aug. 28, " 
Jan. 1, '62. 
Jan. 1, " 
Jan. 14, '63. 
Mar. 11, " 

Transferred to To. "II," Mar. 10, '62 



Killed in ju 

Sept. 13. '62, 
Killed hi action ■•■ • 
. . 62 

ii'ii at Vioksbnrg, Miss., 
9 69 

lion at Vicksl'i 
Mn [9, '68, 
Kill ion at Vic : 

Died July 16, '68, at Walnut Hills, 
Miss. 

.'. '62. 

. . March 
Died at Young's Point, I 



Desert'd Dec 18, '62 



Dec. 18, " 
Dec. 18, " 
Dec. 18, " 
Dec. 18, " 
Aug. 10, '61 
Aug. 10, " 
Sept. 30, '62 
...117 men. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

-"• W. Curtiss* Company "B, 11 Fourth Regiment M\ 
Infantry volunteers, showing the changes in said Company from the date of 
organization to th date of muster-out, on the 5th day of July, L864, by I. 
n. <;. Fitch, U.S. .1. Compiled from the muster-out r< 









When n. 



Remarks. 



Vance, John L. . 

iss, Barlow W. 

Bailev. Willi 
Sisson, Wm. 11. II. 

Wartonburg, .'. 
Young, John . . 
Dabney, James . 

rson, Thomas 
Calloway, Eli . 
Chapman, Win. H. 

3, Thomas . 
Wolf, Mai lory . 
Bails, Hugh . . 
Stover, James L. 
Anderson, David R 
Allinder, Samuel 
Atkinson, Samuel 
Atkinson, Thomas 
Brabbin, Robert 
Childs, Richard C. 
Crossley, Thomas 
Crago, George R. 
Dawalt, Henry . 
Gould, Stephen . 
Greenlee, Charles 
Gwinn, Ahaz S. . 
Hardey, Robert . 
MeXamee, B. F. 
Morrow, Gideon 
Mathews, Philip 
Natross, Martin . 
Parsons, Joel . 
Potts, William . 
Rayburn, < iilbert 
Wkorley, Jam.- M 
Williams, Gideon H 

Recru its, 
Bails, Joseph . . 
Bowden, Charles L 
Bowden, Alonzo S. 
Bowden, Rolands A 
Childers, Jerome 
Eades, James 



Capt., 23 Mar. 16 



1st Lt., 

2d Lt., 
Serg't, 

'Corp'l, 



Mus'n 

Wag'r 
Priv. 



24 






27 July 5 

i. 26 



23 
12 
2] 
38 
43 
23 

20 
21 
21 

38 

33 
30 
30 
26 
-- 
24 
42 

2-'> 
L9 
■2: 

L8 

2u 
2\ 
l:; 
21 
•y, 
18 



Mar. 
Julv 



iq. 11 

pt. 16 

IT 16 

15 16 

16 

20 16 



1863 



1861 

1863 

11 

1861 



■ ■ 

..Ian. 30, 



1861 
1862 



SO ADJUTANT GENERAL'S RErORT. 

Company "7>\ v Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Nam* 




■-< 
< 


When mustered 


Remarks. 


Eades, Joseph . . 


Priv. 


21 


Sept. 


16, 1862 




Veterans, 












Greenlee, Easom 


Serg't, 


25 


July 


5, 1861 


Rc-enlisteJ :i Vet. Vol., Jan. 20, '61 


Gardner, Hugh T. . 


11 


22 




5, " 


ti ii (i 


Mitchell, Philip . . 


" 


2'.» 




5, " 


it u (i 


Glover, Mathew S. . 


Corp'l, 


21 




5, " 


ii u ti 


Atkinson, Edw'd M. 


a 


.",1 




5, " 


ii ii (i 


Blackburn, Jas. A. . 


t( 


is 




5, « 


it ii u 


Bails, John . . . 


Priv. 


2<> 




5, " 


t! 11 11 


Blackburn, Jas. M. . 


a 


is 




5, " 


II 11 11 


Blake, James T. . . 


u 


25 




5, " 


11 11 11 


Cubbage, Lewis P. . 


it 


18 




5, » 


It 11 U 


Collins, Harrison . 


" 


22 




5, " 


11 11 II 


Davis, George . . 


i< 


2\ 




5, " 


11 II II 


Goodrich, Lewis 


<( 


20 




5, " 


u ii Jan. 1, '61. 


Gardner, John H. . 


<( 


22 




5, » 


u u Jan. 20, '64. 


Hedrick, Henry D. 


(c 


2:; 


Nov. 


1, " 


ii (i ii 


Inman, Bazaliel . . 


(1 


:;c 




19, » 


ii ii ii 


Kinser, John . . . 


It 


2.", 


July 


5, " 


ii ii Jan. 1, 'Gi- 


Morrow, John T. . 


u 


20 


Oct. 


10, " 


lt it Jan.20,'64. 


Morrow, William T. 


it 


22 


Nov. 


26, " 


u ii <i 


Moler, James . . 


" 


2d 


July 


5, " 


ii ii u 


Missell, Thomas 


" 


11 




5, « 


u ii u 


Pursinger, Joseph B. 


<( 


18 




5, " 


u ii ii 


Pontser, Joseph . . 


ii 


21 


Nov. 


1, " 


II II !1 


Roach, William . . 


u 


21 


July 


5, " 


II II II 


Roberts, James . . 


" 


22 




5, « 


II II 11 


Roberts, Andrew . 


" 


L8 




5, " 


II 11 11 


Shephard, James R. 


n 


25 


Oct. 


25, « 


K II 11 


Sines, William . . 


(i 


28 


July 


5, « 


(I 11 II 


Workman, Joshua L. 


it 


19 


Feb. 


11, 1862 


ii ii Jan. 12, "ft. 


Discharged. 












Alexander, Saml. C. 


Serg't, 


25 


Oct. 


15, 1861 


■ i hi Gallipolis, i'.. Feb. 


Blackburn, M. W. . 


Corp'l, 


:;n 


July 


5, " 


Discbarge Ohio, Ap. 


Hall, William L. . 


Serg't, 


1 1 




5, » 


d at Gallipolis, < ihio, 1 let. 

i . 62. 


Hart, Alonzo . . 


Priv. 


27 




5, " 


i :l< Camp Sherman, Mis- 
pi, Sept. 1, '63. 


Johnson, James . . 


1 1 


22 




5, " 


1 ■. I-' 


Patterson, Carey E. 


u 


2:; 




5, " 


hi' Sherman, Mis- 


Redmond, Arthur . 


a 


11 




5, " 


Discharged at Cl i''l'. W. Va., \p. 
16, 62. 


Sheline, Michael . 


it 


p.i 




5, " 


i i .it Ceredo, W. Va., Lp. 


Snyder, John . . 


u 


18 




5, » 


16, '62. 


Died. 












Sheline, Samuel . 


" 


22 


Oct. 


10, " 


iston, Va. 
Si pt. i 


Wallace, George M. 


u 


21 


July 


5, " 


iction at Charleston, Va. 
Sept. i 


Bradley, John L. . 


it 


25 




5, " 


"k River, 


Childers, George W 


a 


2i • 




5, » 


Mill. Bend, La., 

\inil 6, i' 1. 


Childs, George C. 


" 


18 




5, " 


ni. ■,! ,,i wound i eei Ivi >i at Vioks- 


Childs, William PL. 


it 


22 




5, " 


Died of wounds received at Vicks. 
burg, Miss., June 'io, '63. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company •"/>'," Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 









Forbes, Arthur . 
Hart, * !olumbu8 . 
Hall, Robert E. . 
James, John T. . 
Mass, Andrew J. 
Morrow, James J. 
Plants, Jacob 
Ru union, Reuben 
Tillis, David . . 
Williams, Enoch 

Transfem d. 
Smith, Thomas V. 
Stover, "William P. 
Wilson, Alonzo . 

Deserted. 
Aldridge, D. B. F. 
Morris, John R. . 
Morrow, Robert E. 
Neville, Charles 
Smith. William . 

Aggregate,— 



Bank. 



Priv. 



Serg't, 
Priv. 



- 
5 

< 


\\ hi n ni 11 

in 


27 


July 5, 1 
5, " 


is 


' 


22 

2:; 


5, " 
5, " 
5, " 


25 
L8 
L8 


5 " 
Nov. 2S, 1861 
Nov. 26, " 


17 


Sept. 29, 1S62 


20 

21 
2! 


July 5, 1861 
25, " 
5, " 


23 


Feb. 19, 18 -l 


21 


July 5, 1861 

5, " 
5, " 


19 


5, " 



Remarks. 



disease near \ [< ka- 
il 

I > i • - • l ol 

Point, La., Marcli 2 

1 * 
Miss., J 

.. HI., 

Died "I Hi mphis, 

Tenn., 1 
Died of di tpmana- 

. V:,.. July II 

1 mphis, 

Ti on . - - 1 uu 

Jan. 25, '62. 
Died of disease at young's 
1.1 . Maj 24. 

1 . lllipolis, 
Ohio, Oct. 22, '62. 

Transf'd to \ . K. CO 



Transferred to8th W. V. Inf. 
to n tion. 

Deserted at Oei do, Va., Mar. 

• 
Deserted :it Charleston, Va., 

Aug. 25, '61. 
Deserted nt Gallipolts, Ohio, 

:it Brownstoti a, Va. 
Jan. 1. 63. 
Deserted at Camp Sherman, 
Miss., A 



.105 men. 



rd of Captain Barney J. Rottin's Company "C," Fourth Regiment West 
Va. Infantry Volunteers, showing the changes in said company from th 
of organization to the date of muster-out on the 6th day of July, 1864, /'.// 
IT. G. Filch, 1st Lieutenant. U. S. A. Compiled from the muster out 
rolls. 



Names. 



Bank. 



When i 
into service. 



Bemarks. 



Smith, Thomas J. . 
Rollins, Barney J. . 
McMasters, Wm. L. 

Stevens, Jesse V 
Dyke, Roberts 
Ryan, Joseph 

Ryan, Thomas 
, James . 
Kalian, James 
Love, James L. 
Cain, Hugh. . 
Collins, Thomas, Sr. 
Collins, Thomas, Jr. 
11 



Capt. 

u 

lst.Lt. 



30 July 
tO Feb. 

_'l 



2dLt.,34 July 



|2d Lt. 
1st Ser 



l . 


22 


" 


L8 


Corp'l, 


21 


U 


is 


" 


27 


Priv., 




<( 


IS 



21 Jan. 
21 July 



o, 

28, 

28, 

5, 

1, 

5, 

5, 

5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 



1861 
1863 
1863 

1861 
1863 
L861 



Res'd Nov. 20, L862. 

Promoted from 1st Lt. to Cap. 
Nov. L'ii. '62. 

i to 2d Lt. from Ser't, 
Bept . 1. 1861; pro. t<> 1st Lt., 
Nov. 20, 1862. 
Pro. 1st I Q. M. 

I Lt., Sept. 1, 
Promoted to 2d Lt, from l*t 

'■ 
Pro. to 1st Serg't from 
I, '62; woundi 
sionarj i; , Tei q., Nov. 



82 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "C," Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Niiiiic -. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
into Bervice. 



Remarks. 



Conway, Henry . . Priv. 
Cradle, Casper . 
( 'art, Crawford C. 
Curtis, John . . 
Curtis, Thomas . 
Carsey, "William . 
Crawford, Samuel 
Dunn. Patrick . 
Eoff, Hiram . . 
Enochs, Enoch . 
Gillillan, George "W 
Hart, James . . 
Italian, Patrick . 
Klingensmith, Davie 
Ijove, Christopher C 
Merril, Luther . 
Musgrove, James 
Manaise, Patrick 
Mclntire, Edward 
McAtomney, Henry 
Roush, Eli . . 
Roush, Gilbert. . 
Roush, Joseph . 
Stanford, Bernard 
Shaffer, Michael 
Thomas, Calvin H 
Terril, Franklin . 
Terril, John . . 
Vains, Hugh . . 
Recruits, 

Baldwin, Isoni . 
Barker, Isaac 
Canterberry, S. H 
( rates, Augustus 
Hudson, John J. 
Hayden, William 
Ryan, Richard . 
Ward, James. . 

Veterans, 
Glenn, William . . Serg't, 
1 1 Wilson, Preston 
Higginbothem, John Corp'l 
Sampson, John . 
Edmonds, William 
Carey, Daniel 
Fulmer, Ralston . Mus'n. 
Nease, Elijah 
Bowers, George . . Pri 1 



32 
22 
38 
23 
31 
44 
is 
2:; 
18 
21 
is 
42 
29 
20 
20 
3G 
K) 
25 
19 
:;i 

18 
18 
2:; 
36 
23 
23 
28 
25 
33 



July 



1861 



Jan. 
Dec. 

Oct. 
Dec. 

Aug 



July 



5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 



26, 1862 

20, " 
20, " 
13, " 
20, » 
20, " 
23, 1861 
23, " 

5, 1861 

5, " 

5, " 

5, " 

5, " 

5, " 

5, " 

5, " 

5, « 



Wounded at Vicksbui . . U ise 
May 19, 1S63. 



Wounded at Vicksburg, Miss 
Maj 19, 1863. 



Re-enlis'd Jan. 20,'64 
Jan. 20, 

Jan. 2", 

Jan. 20, 
Jan. 20, 
" Jan. 1, 
Jan. 20, 
Jan. 20, 
Jan. 1, 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "C," Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



1108. 


Rank. 





\\ hen mi 1 1- r 
into Berrice. 


K. marks. 


Clark. William . . 


1'riv. 


10 July 5, 1SG1 


Re-enls'dJan.: 


Curtis, Michael . . 


" 


i 1 - 5, " 


Jan.20 


Crough, Thomas 


ii 


L8 5, " 


Jan.20, " 


Carsey, George \V. 


ii 


L8Ang.28, " 


Jan. 2H, " 


Corcoran, James 


ii 


27 July 5, " 


Jan. 2i ), •■ 


Collins, Enoch A. . 


ii 


25 5, " 


Feb 24, " 


I >avis, Ehvood . . 


ii 


L8 5, " 


Jan. 20, " 


Elliott, John . . . 


" 


L8 5, " 


Jan.20, '■ 


Freed, Jacob . . . 


Priv. 


23|July 5, " 


Re-enlis'd Jan 20 '64 


Hamilton, William . 


it 


L8 Dec. 12, " 


Feb 12, " 


O'Brian, Alfred F. M 


a 


18 


July 5, " 


Jan 2". ■ 


Oliver, John T. . . 


ii 


2<> 


5, " 


Jan 2", " 


Pinick, John T. . . 


ii 


22 


5, " 


Jan 20, " 


Porter, James L. . 


ti 


20 


5, " 


Jan20, " 


Shirley, Benj. F. . 


ii 


22 


5, " 


Jan20, • 


Smith, George H. . 


ii 


l',i 


5, " 


Jan 20, " 


Terril, Daniel . . 


ii 


is 


5, » 


20, " 


Townsend, Geo. YV. 


" 


l'J 


5, " 


Jan 2". " 


Discharged, 










Edmonds, George AV. 


Corp'l 


18 


5, « 


Dis. Jan 23 '64 for dia 


Buckley, Richard . 


Priv. 


\2 


5, " 


" Mar 23 " " 


Collinson, Alfred . 


<i 


28 


Aug 29, " 


" Jan 6 " 


Dunn, Michael . . 


K 


;;i 


23 " 


" Jan 21 '63 " 


McCart. Edward . 


" 


24 


July 5, u 


« n av g " 


Minn?, Thomas . . 


ii 


i:; 


5, " 


" Sept24 '62 <: 


Nicholson, Joseph . 


" 


2f) 


Aug 29, " 


i \u .ii.i'. Woun- 
ded at \ i. ■ i^ - 1 ■ hi ;_'. May 19, >'■:'. 


Townsend, Solomon 


" 


25 


Feb. 26, 1862 


Dis. Jan 7, '03 lor dis 


Williams, Caleb . . 


ii 


19 


July 5, 1861 


" Sep. 24 " 


Martin, John A. 


u 


3G 


5 " 


Dis. A ] 1 1 il 15, 
i om. 2d I.', in 13 \ '. Beg t. 


Transferred, 










Ralston, James H. . 


1st Ser 


24 


5, " 


i M;i ior A transf'd 


Wartenburg, Alex. 


ii 


25 


5, " 


i.. Nod 


Blankenship, Levi . 


Priv. 


22 


5, " 


Non. i om . Si i 
Trans, to Co. "H," 1 


Vanmeter, Jacob . 


ii 


28 


5, " 


Crana. to \ . B. Co. Oct. 17, '63 


Killed, 










Neal, James C. . . 


Serg't, 


2S 


5, " 


Killed in action at Vicksburg, 


Faughner, Michael 


Priv., 


26 


Aug 23, " 


K illed in ;i :tiou atVicl 
Maj i 1, 186 '.. 


Dewberry, Jacob C. 


ii 


22 


Dec. 12, " 


K illed in action :ii Beecb Creels 
August 6, 1862. 


McAllister, John . 

Huinn, Joseph . . 

Died, 


ii 
ii 


26 

22 


July 5, " 
5, " 


Killed in action at Vicksburg 

1863. 
Killed ill action at Vicksburg, 










Porter, Nicholas . 


Corp'l, 


22 


5, " 


Wound'd at Vicks'g Mayl9'63- 

|l, ,1:,! \\,ll HillS M 


Conley, Patrick . . 


Priv., 


26 


5, " 




Canterberrv, John . 


a 


Ls 


Oct. 13, 1862 


" May '.'. " " 


Hill, Swinfield . . 


ii 


2<', 


Dec. 12, 1861 


'• June 26. at Wal't Hill-. 


MiManns, Thomas . 


" 


25 


Aug 23, " 


Drow ned in < >lii" Biver, near 
Burlington, 0., An 


Workman, Amos . 


a 


.".2 


Oct. 13, 1862 


Died An- 19, '63, at CampSher. 

man, M iss. 


Workman, James . 


a 


:;i 


Dec. 20, " 


Died -Inly -, '63,al Si . 



84 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "C," Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Bank. 



Winn mustered 
into sen i* e. 



Remarks. 



Inserted, 
Barker, Cumberland Priv., 
Hamilton, Alexand'r " 

Holston, John . . " 
Smith, Eli ... 
Trotter, Thomas . 



20 Dec. 20, 18G2 
23 July 5, " 
19 _ 

1'. iS.pt 20,1861 
25 Aug. 29, " 



Deserted Jan I, '63, :it Browns- 
town, \ a. 

Deserted Oct.U5, '62, at Point 
Pleasant, Va. 

Deserted Dec. i. '62, at Gauli i 

" Oct. 20,'62,al Pt Pleasant 
" Oct. 15, '62, at " 



Aggregate, 108 men. 



Record of Capt John L. Mallernee's Company "7)," Fourth Regiment West 
Virginia I olunteers, {three years service,) showing the changes in said com- 
pany from the date of organization to the date of muster-out, on the 8th 
day of July, 1864, by W. G. Fitch, 1st Lieut., U. S. A. Compiled from 
the muster-out rolls. 



Goodspeed, Arza M 
Mallernee, John L. 
Hankinsson, Geo. W 
Bratton, Adam . 
Dean, John N. . 
Conner, Milton . 
( rrimes, William 
"Wolf, Joseph 
Young, John . . 
Havner, James . 
Tremain, David C. 
Harris, Leander 
McCully, "Wallace 
Cottrill, Henry . 
King, Joshua R. 
Bobo, Isaac . . 
Baninger, Leon. H 
( 'line, George . . 
Cooper, Joseph L. 
1 i ,i -son, Jacob . 
rill, Thomas 
Davis, Robert W. 
( iaskill, Jacob . 
Goff, Robert . . 
Hiem, Adam W. 
Knowlton, Oliver L 

Lowerv. Samuel R. 
Lowery, William . 
Mi Lain, John B. . 
McLaughlin, John . 



Rank. 


< 


Capt., 

It 


21 

21 


1st Lt. 


24 


2d Lt., 


43 


" 


22 


Serg't, 


20 


" 


21 


c< 


21 


u 


28 


Corp'l, 


22 


( c 


L9 


It 


20 


a 


19 


u 


19 


Mus'n. 


21 


Priv., 


24 


" 


20 


" 


18 


(1 


22 


" 


18 


£1 


22 


11 


22 


( I 


22 


11 


2,S 


11 


.,., 


11 


18 


i( 


21 


11 


26 


11 


L8 


" 


19 



When mustered 
into service. 



July 
May 

July 
May 
July 



8, 
16, 
16, 
8, 
16, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 

8, 

8, 
8, 
8, 



1861 
1863 

c ( 

1861 
1863 
1861 



Remarks. 



Promoted to Major from Capt., Mar. 
11, '63. 

to Capt. from 1st Lt., Mar. 
II, '63. 

Pro. from 1st Scr. to 2d I.t.. Oct 25, 
'61. Pro. to lstl.t., Mar. II. '«<. 

\ - igned I" flutj ■!-, 2d Lt., bat nev- 
er commissioned. 

Promoted from 1st Serg't to 2d Lt., 
March It. i.::. 

Appointed 1st Serg't, March 11, '63. 

" Serg't, " U, " 

Feb. 20, '62. 

Mar. H, '63. 

Reduced from Serg't to Corp 1, Feb. 
28, 'U2. 



Woondi l al Vickaburg, Mis -., Ha] 
19th, 'flS. 



Lost left arm from wound 
at Vicksburg, Miss., June 18, 1869 



Wounded In the face, in-east and 
hand at Vioksbur •. HIbb., Maj 19, 
1863. 

Reduced to i io- ranks from Sergeant, 
I i o. 2q, '68. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "2>," Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



i 



Hank. 


•I 


w hen mustered 

into a 


K' ma i 1.-. 


McKitrick, Malan L. 


Priv., 


21 


July 


8, 


1801 




Naff, John . . . 


c( 


22 




8, 






Stewart, James A. . 


CI 


L9 




8, 






Smith, John Gr. . . 


(1 


22 




8, 




ttedl 1 tn rank H IV. mi BCI 

I, ISM, 


Williams, John W. 


" 


28 




8, 






Wallace, George 


(( 


18 




8, 






Young, Robert . . 


{( 


28 




8, 






'cms, 














Irwin, James II. 


Serg't, 


2G 




8, 




Re-enl'd Jan. 21, '61 


e, Thomas H. 


Corp'l, 


22 




8, 




21, " 


James . . . 


(i 


20 




8, 




21 


(. 


Friedline, Abraham 


It 


2] 




8, 




21 


(C 


Knight, Newman D. 


Mus'n. 


2] 




8, 




21 


(i 


, William C. . 


Wag'r 


20 




8, 




21 


ii 


Buckley, Henry A. 


Priv. 


26 




8, 




21 


ii 


Bradshaw, John W. 




l'.i 




8, 




21 


ii 


Bratton, Caleb . . 




l'.i 




8, 




21 


1 1 


Beckley, Wallace . 




is 




8, 




21 


" 


Baker, George W. . 


1 1 


L9 




8, 




21 


" 


Courtney, Nathan W. 


i( 


21 




8, 




21 


II 


Glenn, Alexander . 


II 


21 




8, 




21 


(■ 


( rraham, Perry . 


" 


l'.i 




8, 




21 


II 


ard, Jefferson 


II 


19 




8, 




21 


1 ( 


Goddard, Joseph . 


(I 


19 


Oct. 


25, 




1 


(t 


llousen, George . . 


" 


22 


July 


8, 




21 


1 1 


Hicks, Robert 


'• 


19 




8, 




1 


II 


Kisterson, John W. 


(i 


21 




8, 




21 


II 


Lewallen, Jeremiah 


t< 


19 




8, 




21 


" 


Lane, Francis M. . 


<( 


-ii 


Jan. 


29, 


1862 


21 


II 


Mace, Jesse T. . . 


(i 


19 


July 


8, 


1861 


21 


II 


Martin, Josephus . 


(( 


30 




8, 




21 


11 


Pullins, Addison . 


(t 


21 




8, 




21 


II 


Royston, Steph. W. 


II 


19 




8, 




21 


It 


Smiley, Ezariah . . 


II 


20 




8, 




21, 


II 


Witten, Samuel R. 


1! 


19 




8, 




1 


II 


Wooley, Jefferson . 


" 


19 




8, 




21 


<< 


Discharged. 














Coates, John . . . 


(1 


23 




s, 




Discharged Mar. 10, '62; disability. 


Howell, Edmund . 


(( 


12 




8, 




Oct. 16, '62. 


McCole, William . 


" 


37 


Jan. 


29, 


1862 


July 27, '63. 


Armstrong, Wm. L. 


" 


21 


July 


8, 


1861 


" Sept. i, " 


Wood, George . . 


(1 


18 




8, 


K 


Feb. 5, 'CI. 


Prisoners of War, 














Dawson, John C. 


II 


19 




8, 


<( 


Taken prisoner at Dallas, Ga., May 
29, '61. 


Killed iii Action, 














Goff, Sylvester . . 


1! 


20 






(< 


Killed in action at Vick.slm. 
May Tl, '63. 


Funk, Christain . . 


(I 


19 




8, 


(i 


Killed in action at \ 
June 2, C.'i. 





86 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "Z>," Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



itunk & When mustered 
< into service. 



Remarks. 



Pied, 
Bosman, William . 
Goddard, William J. 
Bice, Rollin . . . 
Bratton, Purly A. . 
Gabriel, Abram B. 
Waugh, George F. . 
Brown, William V. 
Yonkie, Lewis . . 
Dickson, James W. 
Bobo, Ambrose . . 
Crossen, William H. 
Shirkey, Arthur . 
Vale, Samuel M. . 

Transferred, 
North, Jasper N. . 

Deserted. 
Howard, John . . 

Aggregate, 



Corp'l, 
Serg't, 
Priv. 

Corp'l. 
Priv. 



July 8, 18G1 
8, " 
8, " 
8, " 



Jan. 28, 



111 July 

26 
23 
20 
L9 
26 
L9 



18G2 
18G1 



Jan. 



8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
21, 



1862 



19 July 8, 1861 



29 



8, 



Died ntPt. Pleasant, Va., Oct. 31, '01 

'• 

" Cercdo, Va., Jan. 31, "62. 

" BnrUngton, 0., Aj.i 15, 'G2, 
of wounds received in a riot. 
DIedal Charleston, Va., Nov. 4, 'C2. 

" Youngs Pt., La.. Feb. 11, '63. 

" Milliken's Bend, La., Mar. 8, 
T,:t. 
Died at Milliken's Bend, La,. An. 2, 
68. 

Hied at Milliken's Bend, La., May 1, 

•63. 
Died at Vicksburg, Miss., July 25, 

Died at Vicksburg, Mi>s., Log. ... 

'63, ol (rounds received U 
Died at Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 1, '63. 

Died at Albany, 0., April 12, 1864. 



Transfd to V. R. C. 



Deserted at Mason Citv, Va., July 
10, 18 6 1. 



.90 men. 



Record of Captain Daniel A. Russell's Company "77," Fourth West Virginia 
Volunteer Infantry, showing the changes in said Company from the date of 
organization to the date of muster-out on the 29th day of July, 1804, by 
W. G. Fitch, 1st Lieut. V. S. A. Compiled from the muster-out rolls. 



Hank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Eternal ks. 



Brown, William R. 
Carson, Ephraim C. 

Russell, Daniel A. . 

Stanbery, Phil. B. . 
Ralston, James H. 

Mallory, Edward . 

Dawson, Thomas H. 
Snowden, George . 
Story, Samuel S. 
Cable, Abner H. . 
Phelps, Oliver . . 



Capt., 



IstLt. 



Serg't, 
<[ 
it 
(i 

Corp'l, 



Julv 



22, 
22, 



1861 



Mar. 26, 1863 



July 22 



2o Mar. 



22 
16,' 



Feb. 
July 



6, 

22, 
22, 
22' 

22, 



1861 
1863 

1S64 
1861 



Pro. to Colonel 13th W. V.Inf. 
Sept. Hi, '62. 

Pro. from 2d to 1st Tit., vice 
Stanbery, app'd A'l.i't, Aug. 
22, 'Hi: to Oapt. from IstLt., 
\ [ee Brown to Col. 13th Va., 
Sept. 16,'62; res'd Jan. :>, V::. 

Pro. from 1st Sir. to 2d [it. vice 
Carson pro. to 1st l,t.; from 

2.1 to 1st l.t . \ ice Carson to 
('apt., Sept. 16, '62: to Capt., 
rice ( .i i— iiti res'd, Jan. 5, 68. 

Appointed Adj't of the Iteg't, 
Aug. si. '61. 

Pro. from Ser. Maj. to 2d LI ., 
\ Lee Russell pro. to 1st lit., 

Sept. lii, YC; from 1M to 1st [,t. 
\ ice Russell to Capt., .Ian. ■'>, 
'63; res'd Sept. 6, r 63. 

Pro. from 1st Srr. to 2d l.t., 

rice Ralston pro. to 1st Lt., 
•hiii. B, '63; from 2d to 1st Lt., 
\ ice Ralston res'd, Sep. B, '63. 



Pro. to 2d M. 1.1th W 
Oct. 16, '62. 



Not mustered out with Oo. 

Pro. to 2d lit., 9th W. V. Inf. 
March '.>, '62. 



AI'IIT.WT (iENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company il E, n Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



87 



Karnes. 



Bank. 



nustered 
into Bei \ Ice. 



KoimirkM. 



Bell, Charles L. . 
Hovey, William M. 
Davis, James H. 
Atkinson, Charles W 
Abies, James M. 
Bell, William G. 
Banks, John . 
Bush, James W. 
Curtis, Abner . 
Crough, Michael 
Davidson, William 
Davidson, John . 
(i inter, William . 
Garmar, Emanuel 
Henke, Christian F 
Hundley, James M. 
James, John . 
Kemp, Joseph . 
Lallance, Adam . 
Layne, Pleasant G. 
Lowrey, George E. 
Mel rraw, Reuben . 
McKee, John . . 
Plants, Christian . 
Pomeroy, Arthur . 
Roberts, Franklin . 
Rose, Asa C. . . . 
Soulsby, Mathew . 
Standly, John V. B. 
Sergeant, Charles B. 
Tucker, William H. 
Torrence, Lewis W. 
Williamson, lien. C 
Williamson, Wm. . 
Welden, John J. C. 

Wollahan, Richard 

/,'■ emits, 
Cable, William B. . 
Ours, John 
Pauley, James . . 
Nicholas, Willis W. 
Zeise, Peter F. . . 

Veterans, 
White, Lyman S. . 
Bell, Samuel . . . 
Cooper, Lewis 0. . 
Curtis, Samuel . . 
Brown, Edgar C. 



Priv., 

Mus'n, 
Priv. 



21 July 22, 
L9 

24 

18 



L861 



Serg't, 
(i 

I! 

Corp'l, 



L9 
L8 

ill! 
20 

■y> 

10 

22 
L8 

27 
21 

19 

22 

:;r, 

2:i 
30 
25 
2:; 
26 
26 
29 
18 
is 
22 
20 
21 
in 
37 
22 
19 
18 
19 



22 
22 
22 

22', 

22, 

— i 

22 

22; 

22 

22| 

22, 

22' 

22' 

22 

22 

Si 

22, 

22, 

22 

22; 

22, 

22, 

22 

22! 

22 

22! 

22 

22' 

22; 

22, 

22! 

22, 

22 

22; 

00 



I 1 l.t. i:;tli W. V. Ini. 
Dei . 19, '63. 



V't ]illl-lr|. ,1 .-lit W itll I lO. 

Not mustered out w iili <'". 



M issins Bince Sm . i, . :;. Sup- 
posedto be prisoner of war. 



Not mustered out with Co. 



I'" let. 16, 
2 1 16, 

28 16, 

is Mar. 8, 
20 3ept. 1, 

18 July 22, 

27 " 22, 



1862 



lsci 



is 


22, 


21 


22, 


20 


09 



Not mustered out with Co. 

U II (( (1 I! 



Xot mastered out with Co. 



Missing siinv Nov. I, Y,:5. Sup- 
posed to bo prisoner of war. 



Not mustered out with Co. 

Wounded in left arm in battle 
at Yicksbnrg, Miss., May 19, 
1 B63. 



Re-enlistcd as Vet. Vol., Jan. 21, '61 



88 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "E," Fourth Regiment Zh/anfry— Continued. 



Nami 9. 



Bank. 



\\ 1 1 < ■ F l lllll-l. PI ] 

into - 



Remarks. 



< larsey, Martin V. 
Coon, Jacob S. . 
Curtis, Hiram 
Deiker, Job . . 
Elliott, Philip H. 
Farrar, John G. . 
Hasselton, Albert 
Kinkead, David . 
Love, William . 
Murrey, Melvin . 
McGoffie, James 
Neuso, George W. 
Parsons, Aaron . 
Robb, James M. . 
Runnion, James E. 
Rodgers, Washington 
Shaffer, Benjamin F. 
Wells, William F. . 
Whetstone, Sam'l H. 
Williard, Francis M. 
Wolf, John . . 

Discharged. 
Chase, James P. 
Coon,Josiah . . 
Davis. David . . 
1 [ayman, Franklin 
Mc< rraw, Samuel P 
McGraw, Burn ell 
Roush, Peter . . 
Williamson, Ed. S. 

Ward, Peter . . 

Killed, 

Bell, William . 
Blackburn, Joseph 

Fogg, Clarkson . 

Ours, Jehu . . 

Died, 

Johnson, Lewis . 

Cook, Britton 

Burtlett, Gamaliel 

Banks, William . 
Price, Joseph R. 

Kinkead, Robert 

Roush, John . . 



Priv. 



Cor 'pi, 



Priv., 



25 
L8 

18 
28 
20 

19 
IS 
20 
18 
18 
;V.) 
18 

L'l 

18 
18 
28 
20 
19 
18 
24 
21 

19 
L9 

27 
28 

2S 

24 
23 
18 
28 

L8 

19 

21 
22 

23 

30 

19 

18 
18 

21 

31 



July 22, 



1861 



22 

22 
22 
22| 
22 
22! 
22.' 
22 
22* 
22 
22* 
22' 
22' 
22 \ 
22' 
22* 
22; 
22 

00 

• — j 

22 

22 

-2, 

09 
— 'i 
00 

09 

00 

— 1 

09 



July 22, 
22. 
22 



00 

— — > 

09 

22 
22! 
00 

00 



Re-enlisted as Vet. Vol., Jan. 31, '64. 



- 1 , ()., S.-pt. 27, '62, 

by reason of disability. 

by reason ol disability. 

Dl .i at ( bai li ton, '■ - I 
ability. 

22 '63, in 'I'iliiv. 

Dis'dal Ceredo, Va., March 6, 
62, bj reason of disability. 

Dis'd at Charleston, Va., A i> 1 
... 63, bj reas f disability. 

Dis'd at Gallipolis, 0., Nov. 1, 
'62, !•> reason of disability. 

ltis'.l i'\ oil ilanthoritj . Feb. 3 

Dis'd at Gallipolis, O., Sept. 22, 
:;. by reac mof dioability. 

Killed m ac- 1 'ii .t \ icksburg, 

Miss., June 21, '63. 
Killed in act ion a( Charleston, 

Va., Si pt. 1. 
K illed in ad ion al N icksburg, 

Miss., Maj 1 
K illed in action at \ icksburg, 

Miss., -Hay 19 

Died .) 1 1 1 1 . mi wounds 

rec'd in action at Vicksburg, 
Mis-.. Maj 1 
Died June 1 -. ,:; . from wounds 
received in action al Vicke 
Miss., Ma) 19, '68. 
Died Sept. 1-, '63, from wounds 
i in act ion al Vicks- 
Hiss.. May 1 
Dii 'i in !.'• - 1 Hosp'l Aug. II, 

1 ihronic Diarrhoea. 
Died in Hi gt'l Hosp'Uul) 10, 

Uhronic Dian 

hi .1 in I oion Hosp 1 Mi mphis 

Tenn.,Oct. 18, '63, of Ohronic 

I liarrnoea. 

Di'd in '\" ;i 1 1 1*111 ■ ■ 1 1 Hosp'l, La., 

Ap'l 3, '63ol Ch'nie Di 



ADJUTANT GENEKAL'S REPORT. 
Company ■•/■.'," Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



LI s. 




- 


"fiSSS ■—«■• 


Roush, Isaac . . . 


Priv. 


L't 


July 22, 


,1861 


Died in Etegt'l 11- - 1 • 1 ' 

: li.i-.l . 


Willard, George W. 


n 


■1- 


no 

— , 


a 


Died June 9, 'I 3, from wonndii 
ksburg, 


Walker, John E. . 


<( 


20 


22 


a 


M i~-.. M 

Feb. 27, 


Transfi rred, 












Trickle, Edward II. 
Barton, Thomas H. 


Corp'l, 
Priv., 


25 
32 


— i 
22 


ti 


Transfd to Co 1. Sow. 10, '61 
Pro. to Hoep'l Stewai 

'61. 


/>(.<, lit rj, 












Bell, Elia . . . 


.1 


20 


22 


ii 


n.-. :ii PI Pleasant, Oct. 15, '61 


, ( lyrus S. . . 


it 


L8 


on 

— i 


" 


•• at Gallipolis, 0., Jan I, '63* 


Shibler, Samuel . . 


" 


22 


22 


" 


is, <>., Jan l, '63" 










100 men. 





Record of Copt. William S. Halt's Company "F," Fourth Regiment W. Va. 
Infantry volunteers, showing the changes in said Company from the date of 
organization to the date of muster-out, on the 25th dayof Aug 1864, by Lieut. 

Henry C. Feci;, \4(/i U. S. A. Compiled from the muster-out rolls. 






When mustered 
into service. 



!;■ marks. 



Russell, Wm. H. H. 
Story, George W. . 
Hall, William S. . 
Ong, Finley D. . . 

Scott, George A. . 



Capt., 21 July 
35 Sept. 
30 Mar. 

lstLt.,39 - 



Jeffery, John E. . Serg't, 
White, John L. . . Corp'l, 
Sines, Josiah ... " 
Wood, Byron G. . " 
DeBussey, Adolphus Mus'n 
Tidd, Charles T. . " 
Barringer, Martin L. Priv., 
Ball, Joseph F. . . " 
Boso, Sylvester G. . " 

Boyce, Jesse T. . . 

Bowen, Ezra ... " 
Fellows, John W. . I " 

Ferrell, Major E. . " 

Hoselton, Thomas . " 
Irwin, Isaac ... 

Massingham, Win. . " 

Parker, Freeman S. " 

Polk, Gideon . . " 

12 



is 



26 July 

34 

■2] 

19 

38 

is 

21 
L9 

L8 



30, 


1861 


1, 




26, 


1863 


30, 


1861 


30, 


ii 


30, 


ii 


30, 


" 


30, 


it 


30, 


ti 


30, 


a 


30. 


ii 


30, 


■■ 


30, 


•• 


30, 


" 


30, 




30, 




30, 


ii 


30, 


it 


30, 


ii 


30, 


it 


30, 


ti 



Pro.Lt.Col.Sepl,'61 

Appointed I 'til, rioe 

ltusscll pi .Inn 5,163 

Pro. from 1st Lii lit., Jan. 

Pro. from 2d '63, \ loo 

Hull pro. Capt. Died a pria'ner al 
; '63, "i wound* 
ittle of Walnut Hills, May 
1«, '63. 
Pro. fr. mi i I l.t., vice 

Ong, pro. l't l.t.. Jan. 5, 63, pro. 
to 1st Lt.. May 23, ,.'•, 
died of wounds. 



Bight hand disabled from gun- 
— 1 1 ■ • t wound rec'd in battle ol 
Walnut Hillfl, May 19, '63. 



90 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company '•/•',"' Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
into Ben Lee. 



Remarks. 



Priddy, William B. Priv 
Rowley, Henry C. . ' 
Hand, Kinsey . . 
Swearingen, John . 
Woomer, "William T. 
Wood, Horace T. . 

Recruits, 
Cornell, David R. . 
Holmes, Amos H. . 
Morehouse, William 
Ramsey, William . 
Sayres, Isaac . . 
Young, Charles . . 

Veterans, 
Bloomfield, Allen . Serg't, 
Raridon, Samuel 
Gatchel, David . . j 
Chalfant, Finley D. 
Wood, William . . Corp'l, 
Duffey, William J. . 
Jackson, Leonard N. " 
Barringer, Wm. H. Priv. 
Birch, John D. . . 
Flowers, John . . 

Griffith, Charles . 

Hamilton, David . 
Morehouse, Josiah P. 
Murray, L. M. D. . 
Nesmith, William H. 
Nagle, George . . 
McNeer, Daniel F. . 
Ong, William . . 
Priddy, John W. . 
Robinson, Allen . 

Ray, Samuel . . . 
Smith, Daniel K. . 
Safreed, William L. 
Safreed, Benjamin F. 
Stone, James F. . . 
Sayres, Daniel . . 
Vankirk, John . 
Whetzel, Ezekiel C. 
Whetzel, Francis M. 
Wolf, Isaac . . . I 

Discharged, 
McKinley, Kelotus (Serg't, 



18' July 30, 186L 



30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 

11. 



19 Oct, 11, 1862 
20;Dec. 7, 1861 
21]Jan. 15, 1862 
32 Aug. 18, 1861 
18 



Aug. 15, 1862 



■1-1 
28 
36 
18 

20 
20 

18 
19 

|25 
26 

28 

36 
23 
18 
19 
25 
19 

1!) 

20 
20 

18 
18 
18 
19 
18 
19 
42 
is 
20 
21 



July 



Aug. 
July 



Jan. 
Oct. 



30, 1861 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
23 " 
30', 1861 
30, " 
30, " 

6, 1862 
17, 1861 



Aug. 18, 



July 



Sept. 
July 



Nov. 



30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
27, 

30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 



22 July 30, 



Trans, from Co. II, Ith W. V. 
Iufy, Sept. 1. '62. 



Re-enlis'dJan24, '64 

Jan 24, " 

" Jan. 24, " 

" Jan. 24, " 

" Jan. 24, " 

" Jan. 24, " 

" Jan. 24, " 

" Jan. 24, " 

Jan. 24, " 

lle-enlist'd Jan. 24, '64, trans. 

from Co. [,4th W. V. Iufy, 

Mar. 1. '64. 
Re-enlis'd Jan. 24, '64. Trans. 

from Co. II, iih W. V. Iufy, 

Sept. 1. '62. 

Re-enlis'd Jan 24, '64 
Jan. 24, " 
" Jan. 24, " 
" Jan. 24, " 
Jan. 24, " 
" Jan. 1, " 
" Jan. 24, " 
" Jan. 24, " 

Re-enlis'd .Ian. 21, Y>-l. Trans, 
from Co. I. llh W. V. Inty, 
March 1, '64. 

Re-enlis'd Jan 2 1. '64 

" Jan. 24, " 

" Jan. 24, " 

Jan. 24, " 

" Jan. 24, " 

" Jan. 24, " 

" Jan. 24, " 

" Jan. 24, " 

" Jan. 1, " 

" Jan. 24, " 

Discharged at Camp Sherman, 
July 27, '63, torec. pro. as 2d 
Lt.'in Miss. Col. Keg't. 



ADJUTANT QENEKAL'S REPORT. ' 
Company "F," Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



91 






Bank. 



When mustered 

Mi. e. 



Rental Its. 



McMillan, Charles M 
Robinson, William 

imuel F. 
1 1 ilpin, Josepli . 

ie, McDonald De 
1 1 ari< -lolni i '. 
ibert 
irdson, Ralph 
Reed, Columbus . 

th, William 
Stevens, William 
Savage, William 
Watkins, Thomas 
Woomer. Emanuel 

Killed, 
Dennis, Morris . 
Davis, William . 
Booth, James J. . 
Gandee, < reorge . 
Merriman, James 
Walker, John 
Died, 
Mills. "Marion M. 
Ong, Finley J. 
Boyce, Sanford . 
Barnes, Wesley . 
Brooks, Josiah T. 
Carpenter, Jeremiah 
1 1 avis, Jacob . . 
Holmes, Robert A 
Low. William R. 

Priddy, Cleorge W 
Raridon, William 
Phelps, Mathew . 
Savage, James . 
Whittlesy, Joseph H 
White, Benjamin F 
White, John W. 

Transferred. 
Barnes, James M. 
Boggs, Levi J. . 

Deserted, 

Slater, Joseph . 
Davis, George W. 

Wallace, William , 



Corp'l, 
Priv., 



21 .luly k 30, 1861 



Corp'l. 
Priv., 



Serg't, 
Corp'l, 
Priv. 



30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
Oct. 24, 
July 30, 

30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
Aug 18, 



1862 
1861 



24 30, 

21 30, 

19 Xov. 10, 
23 July 30, 
28| 30, 

27 Oct. 21, 
31 July 30, 
Dec. 2, 
June 18, 



1S62 



L9 July 30, 1861 



Corp'l, 
Priv., 



18 
L9 
19 

is Dec. 

21 

18 



30, 
30, 
30, 
10, 
30, 
30, 



30, 
Aug. 18, 

July 5, 



27 Aug. 19, 1862 



13 



July 30, 1861 



Discharged at St. Louis. Mo.. April 
, .>r loss of loft leg. 
I it Charleston, Vs., June 
i account of disability. 

. April 15, 
iccount r.f disability, 

.'7. 01. nn account of disability. 

lability. 
1 at Charleston, Vs., June 

2, '62, 'in account 
Dla. :u Charleston, 

ceivc pro. us I.t.. in 'Jili W. V. In. 
Discharge! nan, Miss 

Sent, I. '63, on account disability. 
Discharged at St. I 

'68, by reason of loss "t : 
Discharged at Charleston, Vs., June 

2, '62, on account of disability. 
Discharged ai St. Louis, 11 

16, '63, on account of disability. 
Discharged at Louisville, Ky., Jan. 

7, '63, on account of disability . 
Discharged at Louisi ill. I 

18, '63, on account of disability. 
Discharged at Charleston, Va., June 

2, '62, on account of disability. 

Killed in action at Vicksburg, Miss. 

ll.ii 19, '63. 
Accidently shotat Charleston, Va., 

Ma> 10, '68. 

' ;ion at Vicksbui 

May ]'.' 
Oiled in action at Dallas, Georgia, 

May 29, '63. 
Killed in action at Vicksburg. Hiss., 

May 19 
Killed in action at Vicksburg, Miss. 

May 19, '63. 

Died of Chronic Diarrhoea, at Port- 
lam!, Ohio, July, 29, '63. 

Died of Chronic Diarrhoea, at home, 
' Co., Va , Sept, 

Died ol i 

on, Va., \' v. 12, '62. 

Died of Congestion of Brain, at Qen 
Hosp. at Grallipolis, O., D 

Died of Pneumonia, at Con. Hosp'l 
at Galiipolis, O.. July 2, '61. 

Died of Chronic Diarrhoea, at Camp 
Sherman, Miss., Sept. 23, '63. 

Died of Chronic Diarrhoea at home, 
Apple Grove, O, 

rnnic Diarrhoea at Gen. 
Hosp'l, Youngs l't., Mar. I 

Diedof Chronic Diarrlp,:i 
Hosp'l, Young's Pt., Mar 
Trans, from Co. II, 1th W. V, In i, 
Sept. 1, '62. 

Died of Typhoid Fever, 
Hosp'l, Ceredo, Vs., Feb 

Died of Lung Fever, at home, Jack- 
son co., Va., June 6, '62. 

Drowned May 4. '62, in Kanawha 
River. 

Died of Chronic Diarrhcea, at Wal- 
nut Hills, Miss., July 22, '63. 

Died at Gen. Hosp'l, Uallipolis, O., 
May 22, 64. 

Died of Consumption, at home, Jack 
son Co.. Va.. Aug.^O, '62. 

Died of Chronic Diarrhoea, at Mem- 
phis, Tenn., June 21, '63. 

Trans, to Signal Corps, Sept. 7, '63. 

Trans, from Co. H, 4th VT. V. Infv, 
Sept. 1, '62. Trans, to Invalid 
Corps Sept. 1, '63. 



Des. at Ceredo, Dec. 11, '61 . 

Trans. from Co. ir. ith V. V. 
In. Sept. 1, '62. Hi-, ai 
Fayetteville, Va., Pec 17, '62. 

Des. at Pt Pleasant, Oct 2, '62. 



Aggregate, 107 men. 



92 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Record of Cup tain Wittiam Grayum's Company "&'," Fourth Regiment West 
Va. Infantry \'<Junfcrrs, \tlir< <■ years srrrirr). showing the changes in said 
company from the date of organization to the date of muster- otU on the ~\t/t 
day of August, L864, by Henry C. Peck, 1st (Lieut, Uth U. S. Infantry. 
( 'ompiled from the muster out rolls. 



Grayum, Henry . . 
Grayuin, William . 

De Lille, John . . 
Blake, Cincinnatus B 
Lightburn, Calvin L 
Haskins, James P. . 
Greer, John T. . . 

Trowbridge, David S 
Johnson, Walter 
Adams, John H. 
Bailey, Caleb 
Bailey, Martin . 

Burditt, William H 
Chapman, Charles 
Dailey, John J. . 
Harrison, Lowell 

Hnffman, Samuel 
Johnson, Harvey 
Johnson, Jonathan L 
Knapp, Mores . 

Lemley, Jacob W. 
Oliver, Samuel . 
Pullens, William 
Roger, Edward K. 
Shannon, John D. 
Sayres, John W. 
Wolf, John . . 
White, John . . 

Recruits, 
Caldwell, Wm. 11. 
Chapman, George W 
Chapman, A. A. 

Hilburn, William 
Malone, Charles B 
Trobridge, John 
Vance, Josiah W. 

Veterans, 
Hodge, James M. 
Buckley, John C. 
Avery, James A. 





i 


Rank. 


< 


Capt., 


40 




:;i 


IstLt., 


36 


" 


30 


(i 


20 


Serg't, 


30 


< t 


21 


CI 


26 


Oorp'l, 


25 


Priv., 


18 


it 


24 


a 


19 


a 


18 


a 


20 


" 


30 


( £ 


23 


it 


LV. 


" 


20 


" 


28 


" 


19 


a 


22 


it 


19 


1 1 


23 


( t 


18 


<< 


2:1 


« 


IT 


<i 


■s> 


( £ 


21 


ft 


27 


If 


28 


f f 


18 


" 


:;<) 


u 


25 


a 


23 


a 


27 


1st Sgt 


21 


(t 


19 


Corp'l, 


18 



When mustered 
into sen ice. 



Aug 
Oct, 



11, 
16, 



Aug. 11, 
11, 

Aug. 11, 
11, 

11, 
11, 
11, 

n, 
11, 

11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 

11, 

11, 
11, 

11, 

ii, 
11, 
11, 
ii, 

ii, 

ii, 
ii, 

11, 

Oct. 15, 
Dec. 5, 
Oct. 1G, 

Mar. 30, 
Oct. 16, 
April 4, 
Oct. 16, 

Aug. 11, 
11, 
11, 



1861 
1863 

1861 
1861 



Remarks. 



Pro. to Major M:,y 19, 1863. 
Pro. from 8erg'1 to 2d Lt., Jan 
,. '63. Pro. from 2d Lt. to 

Capt. May 1.'. "63. 



1862 
1861 
1862 

1864 
1862 



1861 



Resig'd Nov. 30. '62. 

, M 1.1. to 1st Lt. V>* 

30, 1862. EteBig'd April :;. '63 
Pro. from Pj hiate t" 1st Lt., 
April:;, 1863. 

Wounded in lefl hand May 22. 
it '; i k-1 arg. ; .\ funded 
in lefl foot Noi , 25, '63, at 
M ission Ridge. 



Wounded in viuiit hand, May 

22, 1863, atVicksburg, Miss. 

Wo'ded in shoulder, also righl 

foot, May 1". '63, at Vicktfg. 

Wounded in lefl arm. also left 
leg, Ma> 19, '63, at \ icksburg 

Wounded in right hand Maj 23 
'63, at Vicksburg. Missing 

in action Julj 23, '64, at Win- 
chester. 



Wounded in neck,a1 Snicker's 
Ford, July 18, 1864. 



Not mustered out. 



No! mustered < >n t . Wounded 
in lefl sideal Vioksburg May 

2 t, I -. I, 

Not mustered out. 



Not mustered cut. Wounded 
in lefl arm, .Nov. 25, 63, at 
M ission liiWge. 

Re-enlis'dJan.20,'64 
Jan. 20, " 
Jan. 20, " 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company w,\" Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






Nun- 9. 






r\ Ice. 






i, Thomas D. . 

Garard, Walter . . 
Caldwell, -lames R. 
Chapman, Hentz J. 
1 olumbns . 
rilom, John . . . 

7, I Irville C. . 
Dawson, Albert . . 
Brown, Char! 

eorge W. . 
iman, A. A. 
Coats, George W. 
Downs, Robert 0. . 

- Elias . . 
I)unlap, John 

i irge W. 
Fillinger, Henry 
Flesher, George W. 
( rerin, John . 
Hannon, Thomas F. 
Johnson, William . 
Jenkins, Daniel P. . 
Kitterman, Isaac . 
Miller, Henry . . 
Mowry, William P. 
Pigman, Martin 
Peas, Thomas J. 
Pierson, James M. . 
Shannon, William M 
Wallace, Thomas H. 

Wolf, Joseph H. 
Discharged. 
Switzer, Daniel W. 
Brannon, George 
< laldwell, John H. 
Downs. William 
Forbush, James J. 
Fry, Henry J. . 
Flesher, Andrew C 
Fillinger, Fran 
(rales. George W. 
Haskins, Charles 
Kunckles, Joel . 
Lane, George W. 
Moore, Thorn 
Nichols, Wm. T. 



1,26 Aug. 

2! Oct. 

18 Aug. 

L8 

22 

2- 

22 



Mus'n, 

1'riv., 



18 

27 

16 Oct. 

is A.ug. 

26 Oct. 

23 Aug. 

19 

19 

2\ 

22 

22 

20 

22 

18 

23 

22 

23 

20 

L'I 

L9 

1> 



Serg' 
Priv. 44 



11,1861 Re-i nlis'd Jan20 

•■ 

11, " ■• Jan.20, 

5, ■■ '■ Jai 

11, • 

1 1, " 

11, " Jan. I. 

11, " Jan. I'm, 

11, " Jan. 1, 

11, '• " Jan. I'". 

11, ' . " Jan. ,20 

11, " ' Jan. 1, 

., " '■ Jan.20, 

II. " Jan. 1, 

24, " " Jan.20, 

11. - " Jai 

11, " " -la... 1, 

11, " " Jan.20, 

11, " Jan.20, 

11, ■ " Jan. 1, 

11, " " Jan 20, 

11, " Jai 

11, " " Jan.20, 

11, " - Jan. 1. 

11. - " Jan. 1, 

11, " Jan.20, 

11, •• Jan. 1. 

U. - Jai 

L3, " - Jai 

Jan. 1, 
R,e-enlis'd Jan. 1, 






Aug. 11, 1861 



Oct. 
l8|Aug, 
39 

19 
20 
IS 
L8 
21 
22 
18 



11, 
16, 

11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
LI, 
11, 
11, 
11, 



I>i- .1 Sept. l,'63,at Camp Sher- 
man, Kiss., disability. 
1 QfiO Dis'd Pi Gallipolis 

J - fordif 

1QC1 Dis'd Ai 3t. r...iji~. 

lOOl 

Dis'd Nov. 16, '62, at Gallipolis, 
ii., for disability. 

Dia'd Oct. 17, '62, af Gallipolis, 
' <.. for disability. 
. Dis'd April 12, '62, -it Gallipo- 

lis, ii.. for disability. 

Dis'd Feb. Z0, '62, at i '■ n do, 

I'ilitV. 

,, Dis'd March 16, 

; r disability. 
;. Dis'd Am 

,ii.. for disability. 
Dis'd .lull 30,'i 3, nt ' lamj 
,, i man, .Mi--., for disability. 
Dis'd March 16, '62, at 
V.i.. for disability, 
i, I', , at Camp Sher- 

man. Miss., for disability. 
,, Dis'd April l."». 1 

I't.. I. a., tor disability. 
a Dis'd Oct. I". '62, at Gallipolis, 
1 1., lor disability. 



94 ADJUTANT GENEKAL'S REPORT. 

Company "(?," Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Vim. 8. 






When mustered 

into st r\ ii i . 



i;. marks. 



Newman, Albert . 
Winters, Jackson A. 

Died. 
Kassmol, John 
Elliot, Martin S. 
Saunders, Jess 
Angel, Hezekiak 
Backus, Franklin E 
Buck, George 
Crouch, (albert . 
Farley, Charles W. 
Farley, Merida . 
Hellerman, Mad. R 
Howard, Joshua W 
Jacobs, Levi L. . 
Livisay, William 
Lyons, James P. 
Lyons, Marshal . 
Lewis, Henry 
Minor, Robert . 
Pratt, Ezra . . 
Powers, Ezekiel 
Sands, Williaru . 

Turner, John W. 
Wright, Gad . . 
Waugh, Charles C. 

Transferred. 
( ribbs, Henry S. . . 
Malone, William R. 
Bailes, Joseph . . 
Davis, Henry C. 
Reeves, William H. 
Stover, William P. 

Veserti </. 
McCoy, Clark A. . 

Aggregate, _. 



l'riv. 



Corp'l, 21 
21 
Mus'n, 20 
Priv., 3] 

23 
18 
20 
24 



Serg't, 



Priv. 



Ann. 11, 1801 
11, " 



11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11. 

11, 
H, 

11, 
11, 

11, 

27, 

11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 



Dec. 
Aug 



1802 
18G1 



11, 
11, 
11, 

11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 

11. 



Dis'd Mar. 16. '62, at Ceredo, 

Yu.. lor disabil 
Dis'd Ocl illipolis, 

(i.. lor disability. 

Killed in action, Maj 

;it Vicksburg, M ise 
Died May 28, r 63, at Milliken's 

Bend, La. 
Died June L".', 1863, at St. Louis. 

Mo. 
kill, d in acti i'. Maj 

:ii \ icksbui ". M i--. 
Died An I Wheel- 

ing, W 
Di id March 16, 'I 3, al JToung's 

Point, Da. 
Di d Dec. 6, 1863, al G i 

0. 
Died A.ug. 24, 1863, al Camp 

man, M iss. 
Killed in action, Maj 19, 1863, 

ai Vicksbui ". M IBS . 
Died April 7. '64. while at Lome 

on tuii'li. al Hanover, ' '. 
Died March 13, '64, at St. I - 

i>, Tilo. 
Died Feb. 23,'64,at L 

Killed in action, Maj 
at Vicksburg ,Miss. 

Diet] ilai-.L'."., V,:'., al Milliken's 
Bl Qd, I. a. 

Died ttarch 30, '63,a1 JToung s 
Point, La. 

Died Sept. I i, '61, at Pt. Pleas- 
ant, va. 

,i il i, '63, at Young's 
Point . La. 

;. at St. Louis. 
Mo. 

Died Sepl Hospital 

Steamer R. O. W 1. 

Di dJ I'M. ii', ',.:;, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at Vicksburg 
May L9, 1863. 

Hail March :. 1864, at Mem- 
phis, Trim. 

Died Sept.29, 1863, on the Hos- 
pital Steamer R. C. \\ ood. 

Died March 12, 1863. on Hospi- 
talSteamer Ii. C. \\ I. 

Trans, to Reg! Band, Nov. 20, 

1861. 
Trail-, by reason of promol n 
11, Nov.30,'62 
Transferred to Co. "B," Dec. 

31, 1862. 
Trail-, to Signal Corns, i.'.tli A . 

c. Sept. 15 
Transferred to Co. "1," Sept. 

I, 1863. 
Transferred to Co. "B," Dec. 

31, 1862. 



Deser-ted June 20, 1862 
i lamp 1'iiii i . \ii. 

115 men. 



from 



Al'iiTAXT GENERAL'S REPORT. 






Record of Capt Benj. !>■ BosweWs Company "H," Fourth Regiment) 
Virainia Volunteers, {thret years service,) showing th changes™ said com- 
mm from the date oj organization to the date of muster-out, on the 8th 
day of July, L864, by W. G. Fitch, 1st Lieut, I ■ S. A. Compiled from 



the muster-out rolls. 






When mustered 
irvice. 



Remarks. 



Brunker, Patrick 11. C 
Boswell, Benj. D. . 
Hoorain, John B. . . 1st Lt 
Donnelly, H. P. . . 

Christopher, Michael 



M.ilone, William B 
.! arret, John Y. . 
llammoc, Perrv . 
Allen, William A. 
Buckner, John R. . 
Barges, Amos . . 
Blackwell, Louis Y. 
Collins, Jesse . . 
Crouch, Thomas A. 
Ferril, Squire . . 
Griffith, John P. . 
Hays, David A. . . 
lTammoc, Lewis A. 
Hoffman, Peter . . 
Hacker, George W. 
Jones, Salathiel . . 
Jones, James P. . . 
Jarrett, John H. 
Jacobs, "William . . 
ii . . . 
Matheny, Sam'l D. 
Matheny, Edmund P. 
Partridge, Sol. M. 
Pauley, Oscar F. 
Page, James M. . . 
Page, Charles H. . 
Pence, Henry . . 
Etucker, Joel F. . . 
Somers, James C. 
Spencer, Albert 
Wiseman, Augustus 
Young, Franklin D. 

Bi 1 1 
Kennedy, David M. 
:r. William . . 
Facemyer, John . 
Hammoc, Andrew J 
Jarrett, Harrison . 



28 Aug. L8, 1S61 
23 - 

. 1861 
22 - 

28 Mar. 26, 1863 

2d Lt.,2] Jan. 1, 1863 
Serg't. 32 Aug. 18, 1861 



Priv., 



20 

L3 

23 

20 

27 

36 

2] 

2] 

23 

26 

29 

21 

19 

'27 

20 

L8 

21 

:;i 

L8 

27 
22 
L8 
21 

22 
25 

■>•' 



L8, 

18, 

18, 

18, 

18, 
L8, 

18, 

18, 

18, 
L8, 
L8, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
L8, 

18, 
18, 
18, 

L8, 

18, 
18, 
18, 



to 2d I.t.. Nov. II, L8 
l-i I.t.. Dei . 5, 1862. 

Res'd Nov. 11, L861 

1 LM 1.1. Aug. 18, 1861; 
-i l.i. Nov. li, 1861 ; 

Pro. from Isl Ser. to -■! Lt., 
Dec, -, 1862; pro. Lsl I 

Trans, from Co. "G. Jan. 5, 
L863. 

• , the thigh at \ 

Wounded in the leg at "V icks- 
burg, Miss., May i 



d in band, July 18, '64, 



Wounded Nov.:: 



(C 


22 


JUIIO J- l , 

Aug. 18, " 


ft 




18, " 


Corp'l, 


L9 


. 1,1862 


Priv. 


L9 June 5, 


n 


•21 Dec. 18, " 


CI 


.t. 13, " 


(I 




13, " 



Not mustered out. 



96 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "//," Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






Mli 11 muster* .1 



Remarks. 



Osburn, David . Priv., 
Rucker, Wesley . . 
Reed, Thomas . 
Reed, Alexander 
olds, Arch. C 

Pi ii runs, 

I (avis, -lames V. . . 1st Ser 
Capers, Marshal . . Serg't, 
Douglas, John . . i " 
Selby, Adrian 0. . Oorp'l, 
Montandum, Chas. I 
Hall, Perry C. . 
Reynolds, Presley V 
Young, John M. 
lloak, Jacob C. . . Mus'n. 
Anderson, James M. Priv., 
Booker, "William I. 
Burgess, Anthony 
Blankenship, Levi 
Cart, Richard D. 
Cart, William . 
Drake, Lorenzo D. 

I I oilman, Adam 
Kainssowski, W. A. 

Koontz, Elihu P. 
Wastin, Samuel . 
Newhouse, Henry A 
Newhouse, Benj. 
Sampson, Samuel 
Smith, John . . 
Smith, Squire 
Strickland, John 
Strickland, Wm. W 
Tawney, David J. 
Vance, John . . 

Discharged. 
5Toung, Lewis A. . Serg't. 
Strickland, Ephraim Mus'n, 
Botkins, Columbus Priv, 
Copen, William . 
Hall, William . 
Neely, Richard . 
Rucker, John 
Sigmore, Edward W. 
Wiseman, James 



3 ! Sept 13, 18 G2 Not mustered out. 
30May26, " 



Sept. 13, 

13 " 
Ap'l 5, 1864 



Aug. 

Dec. 
Aug. 



20 Aug. 

24 
35 
18 
22 
19 
23 
20 
32 
20 
28 
18 
22 
41 

to 

20 

22 
25 

28 
35 
J2 
23 
18 
26 
20 
22 
35 
29 
_'2 

39 
27 
64 
21 

•J I 

If. 

30 
30 



Dec. 

Aug. 



Aug. 
Dec. 

Aug. 



18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
22 
18', 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 

18, 
18, 
31, 
18, 
18, 

22 
18', 
18, 
IS, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
31, 
IS, 

L8, 

18, 

18, 
18, 
IS. 

18, 
20, 

IS, 



1861 



1861 



lsii2 
18(31 



Re-enl'd Jan. 20, '64 

20, " 
20, " 
20, " 
20, " 
20, " 
20, " 
Feb. 22, " 
Jan. 20, " 
20, " 
20, " 
20, " 
20, " 
20, •• 
20, " 
20, '■ 
20, " 

Re-enlistedJ in. 20, 1864 ; dis'd 
bj order Sec, of \\ ax t" en- 
li-i ,i> Hosp. Steward, I .8.A. 

Re-enlis'd Jan. 21, '64 

20, " 

20, " 

20, " 

20, " 

20, " 

20 ) « 

20, " 
20, " 
20, " 
20, " 

[ • i ! .1 une 3, 62, al Charleston, 

Va., For disability. 
Dis'd .in" 

Dis'd An-. 15; I86S, al Camp 

ability, 
Dis'd .in' Chai leston, 

\ for disability, 
Dis'd War. I, '64, al Cincinnati, 

ii.: leg amputated. 
His', | .inii'' 3,'62,a1 Chai leston, 

bility . 
Disch'd J one 3, 1862, at Charles 

ion. Va., for disabilitj . 

bilitj ■ 
In- Juni . 62, i < b 
\ .1. for disabilt] • 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company lt H" Fourth Regiment Infantry — Conl 



97 






Transft rred, 
Evan, Richard . 
Boggs, Levi J. . 
Dunn, Michael . 
Davis, George W. 
iael 
Griffith, Charles P 
Low, William R. 
Mathews, John C. 
McMannas, Thomas 
Rumsey, William 
Smith, William J. 
Smith, Clark . . 
Ward, James 
Walker, John 
Walton, Richmond 
Young, Charles . 

Died, 
Bradbury, Curtis 
Vance, William . 
Bastic, James 
Hall, Samuel 
Sampson, Robert 

Burges, George . 
Blackwell, C. C. 
Cobb, Silas . . 

Erno, Charles 
Given. Andrew J. 
Hill, William V. 
Hammoc, Martin 
Hundley, Aaron 
Hammoc, John C. 
Judy, Harrison . 

Kennedy, A. S. . 

iedy, Robert M 
Mc< hiire, John . 
Neeley, AVilliam 
Newhouse. Michael 
Osburne, George W 
Slack, Benjamin F 
Spencer, Robert H 
Slack, William G. 

Vance, Richard . 
Young. Samuel H. 

ited, 
Cobb, William W. 
Casey, Elisha 
13 



Corp'l, 
Priv., 



IstSgt, 

Cor'pl, 
it 

Priv., 



When no 






Aug. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Oct. 
Aug 



35 

II 
38 
27 
28 
28 
20 
22 
22 
32 
L9 
26 
22 
28 
22 
:]1 

1'.' 
22 
21 
29 
23 

22 
26 

;;i 

20 
26 
L9 
L8 
18 
27 
27 

26 
21 

2-1 
1'.' 
35 
i':; 
18 

36 

19 Oct. 



Oct. 

Sept 
Aug. 



Dec. 
Aug 



Oct. 
Aug 



Oct, 

Aug 






18, " 

18, " 
G, 1862 
18, 1861 
18, " 
16, 1862 
18, 1861 
18, " 

. 
18, " 
18, " 
18, " 
18, " 
IS " 
16', 1862 

27, 1861 
18, " 
18, " 
18, " 

18, " 

31, " 
18, " 

18, " 

18, " 
is, " 

15, » 

16, |1862 
, 18, 1861 

18, " 
18, " 
18, " 
18, " 
18, » 

16, 1862 
16, " 

18, 1861 
18, " 

1862 



Co. F, Sept. 1, 
Co. C.Jan. 1, 
Co. F, Sept. 1. 
Co. 0, Jan. 1. 
Co. F, Sit 

pt. 1. 
to V. R. 
Co. C,Jan. 1, 
Co. F.Sep 
Co. A, Jan. 1, 
to V. R. C. 
Co. C, Jan. 1, 
Co.F,Sc! 
to V. R. C. 
Co. F, Sept. 1, 



62 






62 



Aug. IS, 1861 
8 18, « 



rec'd in battle, 

Walnut Hills. 

Died -.1 in,. 12, '63,la1 Young's 

Point, l.i. 
Died at Memphis Hospital. 

Kilk.lat Vicksburg, May 1?, 

1- :•. 
Kill. I at Vicksburg, 

l.arkins- 
ville, ' „ 

,1 19, 1863, al S 

Illikou » 

Died July 1, 1863, at \oungs 
Point .,.„. 

Milkens 

1 V 

L, at (Vredo,\. 
harleaton, Va. Dale 
unknown. _ , 

Died Mai St. Louis. 

Died al Memphis, Jui 

,,i" wounds received m battle. 
Died May 13, '63, al CI 

Killed at Vicksburg, 
1 363. 

\ idea- 

Died .I"; 

Millikina 

Died al loung's Point 

Died April 15, 1864, at Charles- 

Van Bu- 
Shei • 
Died at St. Louis. 

irlcston 

V i 

2 at Camp Piatt 



98 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "Z7." Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 


Rank. 


< 


When mustered 
into Ben I ••■ 


Remarks. 


Ferrell, Isaac . . 
Morris, Josephus . 


jPriv., 


35 


Aug. 18, 1861 


. 10, 1863, .-it Gauley , 
Va. 

1. 1862, at Charleston 
Va. 



Aggregate, 130 men. 



Record of Captain C. A. Shephard' s Company "J," Fourth West Virginia 
Volunteer Infantry, showing the changes in said Company from the date of 
organization to the date of muster-out on the 3d day of October, 1804, by 
Lieut. Henry C. Feck, 14th U. S. Infantry. Compiled from the muster-out 
rolls. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 

into service. 



Remarks. 



Vance, Alexander . 
Shephard, Calvin A. 

Dale, James W. . . 

Trickle, Edward H. 

Rupe, Matthias C. . 
Shank, William . . 
Harris, William . . 

Fife, George A. . . 
Frasure, Andrew F. 

Kimberling, Wm. . 
Lane, Washington . 
Porterfield, John . 
Sharp, Arnold C. . 



Springer, Albert 

Recruits, 
Burditt, Eli . . 
Cantree, Abner . 
Brown, Jonathan 
Fisher, Emerson 
Coughenour, Lewis 
Legg, Francis M. 
Legg, William H. 
Shriver, Gotleib . 
Williams, William N 
Witherow, Lewis M 

Veterans, 
Boley, John W. . . 
Kite, James . . . 



Capt. 

lst.Lt. 

2d Lt., 

Serg't, 
Corp'l, 

it 

Priv. 



49 [ Aug. 
20Ap'l 

22 

25 



22, 1861 
2, 1863 



Mar. 1, 



Aug. 
Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Aug. 
Sept. 

Aug. 



22, 1861 

27, " 

27 " 

22 " 

27, " 

22, " 

27, " 

27 " 
— i, 



41 Sept. 27, 



Serg't, 



Oct. 

Mar. 
Oct. 



16, 1862 
16, » 
12, 1863 
16, 1862 
16, " 
16, " 
16, " 
16, " 
16, " 
16, " 



Sept. 27, 1S61 
Aug. 22, " 



Res'd Feb. 16, 1863. 

Pro. from 1st I.t. Feb. 
severely wounded at Snick- 
er's Gap, July 20, '64. 

Pro. from 2d Lt., I'd.. 16, "63; 
Severely wounded at Vicks- 
bui ;, ttaj l 

Trans, from Co. "B" ami ap- 
pointed 1st Ser. .Ian. l, 1862; 
pro. from 1st Ser. Feb. If.,'fi3 



Severely wounded in arm in ac- 
tion at Vicksburg, filisB., 

.May 1 '.1,1863. 



Severely wonnded in arm in 
action at Vicksburg, Miss., 
.May 19, 1863. 

Detached in Van Buren II 1 sp., 
La., April 20, 1S63. 

ince Nm\ . 2, '63. Sup- 
posedto be prisoner of war. 
Sent home by I laptain Vance, 
Si pi . i, 1862, and discharge 
scni for. Neither man or pa- 
pers have been heard from 
Lives in .Mason Co., 
Va. 



Not mustered out, 



Re-enl'd Jan. 21, '64 
21, " 



ADJUTANT CENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "I," Fourth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 






(fames. 



ilin. Hannibal 
Gillilan, Will 
Hill. BenoniO. . 
Clutter, John L . 

Nichols, Wm. 11. 
Burd, Jesse . . 
[.'•wis, Isaac N. . 
Arbaugh, Alex. . 
Barney, Sylvanus 
Bonharo, Jasper . 

rbury, Lewis R 
Cox. James R. 
Cort, Frederick . 
Clark, Townsend 
Duncan, George W 
Deen, Thomas . 
Dodson, Philip . 
Entsminger, Joseph 
Hall, Thomas 
Ealfhill, John W. 
Kite, Abner . . 
King, Ephraim . 
Millstead, James H 
Phelps, Samuel . 

rse, Levi . . 
Scantlin, John . 
Sayre, Daniel W. 
Slaughter, L. D. . 
Searles, Benj. F. 
Searles, Daniel . 

Discharged, 
Asbury, Abraham 
Bruce, John . . 
Craig, John . . 
Gordon, Alexander 
Haly, Solomon . 
Higginbotham, J. M 
Jones, Hezekiah 
Needham, Alfred 
Perkins, George . 
Riddle, Moses A. 
Taylor, Charles B 
Vance, Reuben A 
Vanderbilt, John 
Wine, James . . 

Transferred, 
Boswell, Benjamin D. 



Bank. 



w hen n 



Remarks. 



Corp'l, 



Mus'n, 



Priv. 



43 * 
23 Aug. 

22lSept. 



22, 1m;1 

27, " 

22 " 

22' " 

27,' " 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 

I! 

Mus'n. 
Priv. 

Serg't, 
Priv., 



Serg't, 



Aug. 
Sept. 

Aug. 
Sept. 

Aug. 

19 Sept, 
26 

20 

20 
25 
L8 
U<> 
L9 
24 
23 
19 
21 
L8 
19 
31 
18 



Aug. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Aug. 



Sept. 



Re-enl'd Jan. 21/64 
21, " 
1, " 
21, " 

1, " 
1, " 

Be-enlisted Jan. 21, '64. Trans. 

22, 1861 Re-enl'd Jan. 21, '64 

27, " " l!1 " 

27' '■ " 2l) " 

22, ■ " 1, " 

27, " " 21, " 

27, li " 21, " 

22 " " 21 " 

27', " " 2l[ " 

27, " " 1, " 

27, " " 21, " 

22, - " 21, " 

27, " " 21, " 

28, 1862 " 21, " 
22, " 21, " 

21, « 

<i 1 '■ 

" Feb. 15' " 

' ; Jan. 21, " 

" 21 " 

1, " 

1, " 

21, « 

" 21 " 



Aug. 
Sept. 

Aug. 
Dec. 
Aug. 

Sept. 



31, « 

22, " 

27, " 

27, " 

22, " 

22, " 

22, " 

22 " 

07' 11 

27 " 

27! " 

27, " 

27,' " 

27 " 

27; « 

22, « 

27 " 

27,' " 

22, " 

31, " 

22, " 

22,' <; 
27, 1861 



24 Aug. 22, 



Dis'dfor disability, Ap'l 1 l,'62, 

at Cere<l<\ Va. 
Dis'dfor disability. Ap'l M, '62, 

a t Ceredo, Va. 
Dis'd for disability Mar. 10,'63, 

Dis'd lor disability, Ap'l 1 1.V.J, 

1 edo, Va. 
Dis'd for disability. Ap'l 11, '62, 

o, \ i . 
Dis'd for disability,'Jan. U,'63. 

at Lonisril] 
Dis'd for disability. Oct. 16. '62. 

at l't. Pleasant, Va. 
Dis ,1 for disability, Ap'l K,'62, 

at Ceredo, Va. 
Dis'd for • I i -i 1 • i 1 i t y .Tune 1I,'63, 

at Walnut Mill,, \| 

Dis'd for disability, Nov. 21. '61, 

at Pt. Pleasant, Va. 
Die 'I by ciTi] authority, Feb. 

.. 1862, at Oeredo, Va. 
Dis'd for disability, Sept.1,'64, 

at Harper's B\ n v. Va. 
Dis'd for disability, Ap'l 11, '02, 

10, Va. 
Discharged for disability, Oct. 18, 
1862, at QaUipolls.O. 

'ad to Co. U, Dec. 9, '61 



100 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "I," Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Vnii' a. 



Bank. 


c 




< 


Corp'l, 


19 


Priv., 


24 


a 


18 


cc 


26 


It 


22 


(< 


39 


tt 


18 


(! 


27 


" 


18 


(< 


28 


" 


26 


" 


18 


u 


44 


" 


19 


Serg't, 


18 


Priv., 


18 


" 


32 


C< 


18 


I i 


27 


" 


25 


u 


21 


Serg't, 


20 


Priv. 


18 


(< 


23 


(( 


29 


C( 


19 


*v" 


22 


!( 


18 


tt 


18 


" 


30 


u 


36 


(C 


20 


it 


23 


Serg't, 


20 


Priv. 


18 


u 


27 


a 


2-1 


it 


34 


" 


23 


a 


27 


(i 




it 


20 


" 


23 


(< 


27 



When mustered 

into service. 



Bradbury, Curtis 
Flowers, John . 
Higginbotham R. L 
Koontz, Elihu P. 
Montandon, C. L. 
Martin, Thomas 
Mangus, Chester B 
Rommey, George W. 
Robinson, Allen 
Williams, Tallison R. 

Died, 
Burcham, George 
Butcher, George 
Bovce, David 
Burditt, William C 
Clendinen, F. M. 
Cort, John . . 
Corbean, William 
Coulter, Andrew W 
Deen, Seth . . 
Free, William D. 
Flowers, Arthur 
Half hill, Benjamin 
Hughes, Elijah . 
Harrison, James 
Jeffers, David 
Lewis, Andrew F. 
Long, Hugh . . 
Lake, Daniel A. . 
Messick, John C. 
Prichett, Duckett 
Phelps, Elisha . 
Riffle, Joseph A. 
Riffle, William . 
Reeves, William H 
Safford, Philip C. 
Strickland, Jacob 
Snyder, George L. 
Workman, Rhodes 
Woodall, James . 
Williams, John W. 

Deserted. 
Brown, Andrew J. 
Benson, John H. 
Everton, Daniel 
Shafer, John J. . 
Aggregate,--. 



Aug 22 
Oct. 31 

Sept. 27 
27 
Aug. 22 
Sept. 27 
Oct. 16 
Aug. 22 
Sept. 27 
27 

Aug. 22 

22 

Sept. 27 

27 

27 

27 

27 

Oct. 31, 

Sept. 27 

27 

Oct. 31 

31 

Sept. 27 

27 

. 31 

31 

Aug. 22 

22 

Sept. 27 

27 

27 

Aug. 22 

22 

11 

Ap'l 30 

Oct. 16 

Sept. 27 

Aug. 22 

Sept. 27 

Oct. 16 



1861 



1862 
1861 



1862 

1! 

1861 

1861 
1862 



Feb. 28, 1862 
Sept. 27, 1861 
27 " 



T " ns Co. H, Jan. 1, '63 
" Co. F, Mar. 1, '64 
" Co. C.Mar. 1, " 
" Co. H, Feb. 1, " 
" Co. B, Sept 1, '63 
" Inv. C.Oct. 17" 
" Inv.C. 

" Inv. C. Sep 27 '63 
" Co. F, Mar. 1, '64 
" Co. A, Jan. 1, '62 



Died of Disease, April 2, '63, in Gen. 

Hospital, St. Louis. 
Killed in action at Vicksburg, .Mis,'., 

Maj I'.i. '63. 
Died of disease, Sept. 9, '63, at Law- 

pital, St. Louis. 
Died May SI, '63, at Memphis, from 

wounds received al Vicksburg. 
Killed in action at Snicker's Gap, 

Va., July 20, '61. Was a Vet. Vol. 
Died of disease, June 29, '63. In 

RegflHosp., Walnut Hills. 
Accidentally killed, Sept. 13, '62, at 

Camp Sherman, Miss. 
Died of disease Sept. 16, '63, in Hos- 
pital, St. Louis. 
Killed in action at Vicksburg, Miss., 

May 19, '63. 
Died " disease, March 1, '63, at Gen- 
Hospital, St. Louis. 
Died of disease, June 29, '63, at Van 

Bnren Hospital, La. 
Killed in action at Vicksburg, Miss., 

May 19, '63. 
Died Aug. 2, '63, at Memphis, from 

wounds received at Vicksburg. 
Died of disease, Sept. 19, '63, in Hos- 
pital at Centralia, m. 
Died of disease, Nov. 27, '63, in Hos- 

pital, at Nen Albany, Ind. 
Hied of disease, Aug. 9, '63, in Hos- 
pital, St. Louis. 
Died of disease, Feb. 13, '62, at home 

near Point Pleasant, Va. 
Killed in action at Vicksburg, Miss., 

May 19, '63. 
Killed in action at Vicksburg, Miss., 

Maj ■-' :; . '63. 
Kill. id in notion at Point Pleasant, 

Va., March 31, '63. 
Died of disease, Sept. 1, '63, atReg'l 

Hospital, Camp Sherman, Miss. 
Died June 7, '63, from wounds ree'd 

in action at Vicksburg, Miss. 
Died July 5, '63, from wounds ree'd 

in action at Vicksburg, Miss. 
Died of disease, Feb. 5, '6+, in Regtl 

Hospital, at Lurkinsville, Ala. 
Diedofdises ••, Maj i. i;i,in Gen'l 

Hospital, :il (iallipolis, O. 
Died of disease Aug. 19, '63, in Reg'tl 

Hospital, i Hiss. 

Killed in action at Vicksburg, Miss., 

May 19, '63. 
Died of disease, May 23, '61, at Van 

Buree Hospital, La. 
Died Of disease, Deo. 8, '61, at Point 

Pleasant Hospital, Va. 
Died of disease, April 1, '63, at 

Young's Point, La. 

Des. in act'n at Charleston, TV. Va', 

62. Serv'ginoo.E 13 Ify. 

Deserted at Charleston, Va.. May 

17, '62. 
Des. at Pt. Pleasant, Va., Oct. 8, '62 

Des. at Mason City, Va. Sept. 27, '61 



.115 men. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



101 



d of Capt. James J. ManscWs Company " A',"' Fourth Regiment FP< ( 
Virginia volunteers, {three years service,) showing the change com- 

pany from the date <>j organization to the date of muster-out, on the 20th 
day of July, 1804, by W. G. Fitch, 1st Lieut, U. S. A. Compiled I 

the muster-out rolls. 



Names. 


Bank. 


< 


When in ii- 1 
into f l 


irks. 


Dayton, James H. . 


Capt., 


21 


July 20, 1861 


Pro. Major Aug. 1, '62 


Mansell, James J. . 


" 


32 


Aug. 10, 1802 


Pro. from Ut lit. to ■ 

Aw. 1 


Beall, Alpheus . . 


IstLt., 


21 


10, " 


Pro. from 2d T.t. lo i-t Lt., 
Am:. 10 


Clice, Enoch . . . 


i( 


20 Feb. G, 1864 


Pro. from 1st Ser. to lM Lt., 
Aug. 10, 


Cogan, John W. . . 


Serg't, 


25 


July 20, 1801 


_ 


Holstine, Charles . 


a 


24 


20, " 


Pre frcra '• ir to ~-l \ i it l 
Miss. Col. Beg., June 20, 'f»3. 


Stewart, Milton . . 


<( 


19 


20, " 


Pro. fron . in 13th 
W. V. Beg. Int., June IT. '62 


Ayres, Ezekiel . . 


Priv., 


27 


20, " 


Wounded at vicksborg, Mi -., Mr, 
L9, '63. 


Cogan, Daniel S. 


" 


2] 


20, " 


Uiss., M.it 


Crawford, James S. 


ti 


25 


20, " 


Wounded at Vicksburg, M 
19, 63. 


Danner, Martin . . 


it 


■s-\ 


20, " 


_ 


Grim, William R. . 


" 


.",1 


20, " 


_ _ _ 


Griffin, Patrick . . 


" 


21 


20, « 


_ _ 


Griffin, Michael . . 


(! 


J 'J 


20, « 


_ _ _ 


Jones, James . . . 


<( 


-1 


20, " 


_ _ _ 


Longley, John . . 


(( 


2^ 


20, " 


_ 


McGunigal, James . 


(( 


■2-2 


20, « 


_ _ _ 


Meek, John . . . 


(I 


18 


20, » 


_ _ _ 


Murry, David . . 


a 


19 


20, » 


_ _ _ 


McMullen, Angus . 


" 


26 


20, « 


_ _ _ 


Mayhew, John W. 


it 


18 


20, " 


_ 


Nolen, Martin . . 


it 


20 


20, « 


_ _ _ 


O'Neal, Hugh . . 


it 


30 


20, " 


_ 


Purnell, John . . 


tt 


21 


20, " 


_ _ _ 


Rankin, John . . 


(( 


22 


20, " 


_ _ _ 


Riley, James . . . 


(i 


27 


20, " 


Wounded at Vicksburg, May 19, 'C3. 


Stickley, James W. 


(( 


2.-) 


20, " 


_ 


Stickley, David T. 


II 


20 


20, « 


_ 


Spiker, Isaac . . . 


a 


23 


20, « 


_ _ _ 


Smelt, Andrew . . 


it 


19 


20, " 


_ _ _ 


Sonenburg, Louis . 


u 


27 


20, « 


_ _ _ 


Talford, John . . 


it 


28 


20, « 


_ _ _ 


Watkinson, Joseph 


" 


19 


20, » 


_ 


Recruits, 










Mullen, William . 


1st Sgt 


36 


25, " 


App'd Ser. Maj. from 1st Ser.. 
Sept. 22 mustered 
nut; time not out. 


Clice, John P. . . 


Serg't, 


22 


24, " 


Not mustered out. 


Michael, James II. 


K 


24 


Aug. 29, " 


ii ti 


II 


Fry, Joseph F. . . 


Corp'l, 


21 Oct. 24, " 


ii ii 


I 


Longley, George 


Priv., 


IS Aug. 25, " 


(( (C 


I 


McDonald, Peter . 


ti 


32 


5, « 


<( 11 


I 


McKinsey, Henry C. 


u 


l«.i 


28, " 


(1 II 


' 


Powers, John . . . 


1! 


21 


Sept. 10, " 


11 ti 


1 


Reitzel, Jacob H. , 


(1 


21 


10, " 


It t. 


c 


Hunley, Silas . . 


It 


L8 


Nov. 1,1862 


tl 11 


' 



102 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Corrpany U K," Fourth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



When mustered 
< into service. 



Remarks. 



1st Sgt 
Ser'gt, 
Corp'l, 



Mus'n, 



Priv., 



Owens, George . . Priv. 
Riffe, Grandville 

Veterans, 
Hartley, John C. . 
Cogan, Joseph M. . 
Hackette, Wm. T. 
Betz, Anthony . . 
Liller, Sandford S. 
Walsh, Robert R. . 
Brooks, George S. . 
Walsh, Joseph . . 
Boyd, Franklin I. . 
Baker, James H. 
Brooks, Sol. C. . . 
Buckbee, William P. 
Clark, William A. . 
Carney, Michael 
Dickerkoof, Jos. L. 
Dawson, Henry H. 
Everetta, Louis . . 
Feevay, Frederick 
Feevay, August . . 
Knight, William II. 
Knight, James P. . 
Liller, John C. . . 
Miller, Henry T. . 
Metts, Charles 0. . 
McGuire, Joseph 
Paris, James . . . 
Rector, James L. . 
Snider, AVilliam 
Taylor, Robert . . 

Discharged. 
Liller, William W. 
Crow, Nathan . . 
McGinnis, Thomas 
Murphy, John . . 
Metts, George . . 
Eisentrout, Charles 

Thomas, Alfred . . 

Killed in Action, 
Carney, Thomas . . 
Lamb, Thomas . . 

Died, 
Broadwaters, Joseph 
Canfield, Thomas . 
Critzburg, Christian 



Serg't, 
Priv., 



Priv. 



is 
24 

24 
18 
24 
28 
L9 
19 
21 

2.-; 

22 
19 
23 
L9 

23 
22 

27 
21 
2] 
10 
25 
21 
IS 
21 
2\ 
20 
22 
2\ 
19 
25 
19 

35 

23 
20 
24 
33 

2:> 



Sept. 



July 



Nov. 
Aug. 
July 

Aug. 
July 

Aug. 

July 

Aug. 
July 



Sept 
Aug, 
July 
Sept 
July 



1, 1862 

1, " 

20, 1861 

20, " 

25, " 

20, " 

20, " 

20, " 

20, " 

7, « 

28, " 

20, *' 

20, " 

19, " 

20, " 
20, " 
16, « 
29 " 
20, " 
20, " 
25, " 
20, " 
20, " 
20, " 
20, " 
25, " 
20, " 
20, " 
20, " 
20, " 
20, " 

20, " 

20, " 

20, " 

20, " 

20, " 

20, " 

20, « 

20, " 

20, " 

20, " 

20, » 

20, " 



Not mustered out. 



Re-enlis'd Jan 21 '64 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 1, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 

" Feb. 17, " 
Jan. 1, " 
Jan. 1, " 
Jan. 21, " 

" -Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 

" Feb. 17, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Jan. 21, " 

Dis'd June 25, '63 ; disability. 

Mar. 28, '62, " 

Nov. 15, " " 

Feb. IS, " " 

Nov. 15, " " 

Dis'd Oct. 22, '63, on accouni ol 

w.iiniiis liccived at Yicks- 
burg, May 19, '63. 
Dis'd Jan. 7, '63 ; disability. 



Killed In notion at Vicksburg, Miss, 

May 19, '63. 
Kin. i I in aot'n at Beech Creek.Logan 

Co., Va., May 6, '62. 

Died July 4, '63, at Memphis, Tenn. 
Died June 25, '68, at HempUa, Tenn, 

nl UuiHhU nrrn <'t M:tv 1S», '63. 

Died July 30, '63, at St. Louis. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S KFTORT. 
Company "K" Fourth Regiment Zf$/iw»fry-- Continued. 









Rank. 



\\ hen mustered 

i \ i. e. 



Coleman, Daniel 
Floyd, John . . 
Hudson, William 
Hendrickson, Jas. H. 
Jeffries, Fernando 
Lohr, John . . 
Miller, Moses 
McKinsey, Geo. W. 
Moore, William . 
Newman. Henry C. 
Poehm, Charles . 
Riley, James H. . 
Sigler, Jacob . . 
Sigler, John . . 
Wilson, William K. 

Transferred. 
Critzburg, Casper 
Hunsley, Chris. . 

Deserted. 
Dodson, Daniel V. 
Feevay, Samuel . 
Montgomery, John 
Ross, Joseph W. 
Waters, John . . 
Shaw, George 

Aggregate,- 



Priv. 


21 


a 


35 


a 


■is 


i< 


18 


(i 


18 


ii 


21 


ii 


25 


u 


22 


ii 


38 


ii 


20 


11 


34 


it 


21 


ii 


20 


it 


23 


ii 


32 


a 


45 


(i 


19 


ii 


20 


a 


20 


•I 


22 


a 




a 


24 


a 


-- 



1862 
1861 



July 20, 1861 
20, 
20, 

1, 

20, 

20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 
25, 
20, 
20, 
20, 
24, 



Aug. 
July 



Aug. 
July 



Oct. 

July 
Dec. 

July 
Aug. 

July 



20, 

20, 

1, 

27, 

20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 



1862 

1862 
1861 



Died Mar. 17, 'frl, at Mllliltln's Bend. 
" A|.l 1, '«■.', nt Froit' 
" Dec. 23, " Grecmrrim, Va. 
" Mar. .'). " Millikln's Bend. 
" July 27, '88, near Vicksburg, 

|)i I s.p'11 ', '63, at ilillikin'H 

Bend,] 
Died Jan. 28, '63, on board 

steamb 
Died Jan. L2, '64, .-it. Larkins- 

\ [lie, A. la. 
Died Sept. I, '63, at Pi.-dmont, 

w. \.,. 
Died Aug. 27, '63, at Camp 

Died Oct. 29. ,63, at Webster 

Sosp., ' 

it Creek 

\ i 
Died War. 7. 'I 3, al Millfkin'ts 

Bend, La. 
Died Dec. 7,'63, at Nashville, 

Tenn. 
Died Feb. 5, '63, at Young's 

Pt., La. 

Trans, to V. R. C. at Mem- 
it Mem- 
phis, Oct. 8, '63. 

Di -'1 Ails. 1,'62, atChapmans- 

ville, Va. 
Ordered tohis Co.Jan. '63, and 

nev< r arrived. 
Ord'd to liis Co. Jan. '63, and 

never arrived. 
Des'd Jan. 7, '63, at Louisville, 

Ev. 
Des'd Jan. I, '63, at Kanawha 

Vallej • \ " ; < • 
Des'd Arril 20, '62, at Ci-rcdo, 

Va. 

110 men. 



The Fourth Regiment West Virginia Volunteer Infantry was 
organized at Point Pleasant, West Virginia, under the supervision 
of Col. J. A. J. Lightburn, during the months of June, July, 
August and September, 1861. 

The Regiment removed to Ceredo, Wayne County, on the 5th 
of December; where it remained in winter quarters till the first of 
the following May, keeping from one to three companies scouting 
that portion of the State and the adjoining counties of Kentucky 
most of the winter. From Ceredo it moved to Charleston, Kanawha 
County, and soon after two companies were sent to Chapmansville, 
Logan County, one to Brownstown, Kanawha County, and two to 
Guyandotte. During the months of May, June and July nothing 
occurred of greater interest than an occasional "brush" with bush- 
whackers. On the 6th of August a detachment of fifty men, under 



104 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Major Hall and Lieut. McMasters, was attacked whilst on a scout 
on Beech creek, in Logan County, by Major Witcher, with two 
hundred and seventy-five mounted men whilst at dinner. In the 
affray Major Hall and two of his men were killed, eight wounded and 
four captured. The rebels lost three officers (Major Witcher and 
two others) wounded, one man killed and eight wounded. Lieut. 
McMasters, with the rest of the party, arrived at camp about the 
15th, after much fatigue and hunger, having lived four days on 
berries alone. 

On the 17th Col. Lightburn was placed in command of the "Dis- 
trict of Kanawha." On the 16th of September our forces at 
Fayetteville were attacked and completely surrounded by the 
enemy, 9000 strong, under Gen* Loring. Companies B, G-, and H, 
reached Fayetteville about 10 P. M., and were permitted by the 
enemy to enter the town without having a shot fired at them. 
Another singular circumstance related in connection with this 
affair, is that when, at mid-night, Col. Sibert, commanding, ordered 
the three companies, to open a road to march out his command, which 
they did, the enemy not firing a shot at them, although in force 
within a hundred yards of the road. The troops immediately in 
the rear of these three companies, suffered severely. Why they 
were not attacked has never been explained. In the retreat and 
three days fighting which followed, the Fourth did its share, fight- 
ing on the third day at Charleston from 10 A. M. to 8 P. M., losing 
in the three days, forty killed, wounded and missing. 

December 29, 1862, the Fourth was brigaded with the 30th, 37th 
and 47th Ohio Regiments of infantry, Gen. Ewing commanding, 
and immediately moved South to join the army of the Tennessee; 
arrived at Young's Point, La., on the 21st January, 1863, and was 
assigned to the 2d Division, 15th Army Corps. During February 
and March the Regiment assisted in constructing the celebrated 
canal near Vicksburg ; in April participated in the expedition up 
Steele's and Black Bayous, Miss., and the feint on Haines' Bluff, 
under Sherman, on the 30th of that month. Thence the Regiment 
moved to Grand Gulf, via Young's Point, and marched thence one 
hundred miles in three days, joining the 15th Corps in time to 
participate in the assault on the rebel works at Vicksburg. The 
first assault was made on the 19th of May. The Regiment was 
then 400 strong, present for duty. Within ten minutes after the 
order ivas given to charge the enemy 's works, one hundred and fifty 
men of the Fourth tvere lilled and wounded. The colors were torn 
to rags by bullets, both color sergeants killed, and all the color 
guard but one killed or wounded. The Fourth also participated in 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. L06 

the assault of the 22d, bin ' much less severely. Through- 

out this memorable siege the regiment was always in the 
or with the storr 

On the 5th of July the Fourth left Vicksburg with the expedition 
under Sherman against Jackson, Miss.; arriving before that i ; 
the 10th and capturing it on the 17th ; returned to Vicksburg the 
last of the month; embarked for Memphis about the last of Sept.; 
moved thence to Chattanooga, and on the 27th October participated 
in an engagement with rebel cavalry under Gens. Forsyth. 8. D. 
Lee and Roddy, in which a skirmish line of the Fourth drove the 
rebel cavalry a mile over open fields. This was near Tuscumbia, Ala. 
On the 21st of November, the Fourth reached the neighborhood 
of Chattanooga, on the night of the 23d crossed the Tennessee river 
in pontoon boats; and on the afternoon of the 24th participated 
with the 15th Corps in driving the rebel right and occupying the 
eastern extremity of Missionary Ridge ; the Fourth doing duty 
this day, as well as the next, on the skirmish line, and losing about 
fifteen men. The Regiment moved on the 26th to the relief of 
Burnside at Knoxville ; when within ten miles of the place was 
ordered back, reaching Larkinsville, Ala., January 7, 1864. 

Thus we see that from October 8, 1863, to January 8, 1864, the 
Fourth was either marching or fighting. It had not five days rest 
during that time and for four weeks subsisted entirely off the 
country. 

In February, 1864, the Fourth participated in a raid into Ala- 
bama, marching about one hundred and seventy-five miles. The 
distance marched from Memphis to Chattanooga, Knoxville and 
back to Larkinsville was computed by Gen. M. S. Smith, Division 
commander, at 975 miles. 

In March, the Regiment having re-enlisted, reported to Wheel- 
ing and received,the veterans' furlough ; reported for duty May 1st, 
and was ordered to the Department of West Virginia ; accompanied 
Hunter's raid on Lynchburg, going the whole round to Kanawha, 
and thence via Parkersburg; to Martinsburg, making 475 miles, 
being in the 2d Brigade, 1st Infantry Division. 

The Fourth was in the engagement at Snicker's Ford, July 18th, 
and lost four officers and thirty men killed and wounded. It was 
also in the engagement near Winchester, July 24th, and lost sixteen 
men and two officers ; also in the battle at Cedar Creek, August 
13th, in the skirmish line, and was highly complimented by the 
Division commander, Col. Thoburn. The regiment was also in the 
engagement at Berryville, and suffered slightly. 

14 



106 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REGIMENT. 



On the 10th of December the regiment was consolidated with the 
1st W. Va. Infantry, the two forming the 2d W. Va. Vet 
Infantry. 



FIFTH REGIMENT W. VA. INFANTRY. 

Record of Captain Mark Poore' s Company "A," Fifth Regiment West Va. 
Infantry Volunteers, showing the changes in said Company from the date of 
organization to the date of muster-out, on the Zd day of Oct. 18G4, by Lieut. 
Eenry C. Peck, 14th U. S. A. Compiled from the muster-out rolls. 



Names. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Kemarks. 



McFadden, James C 
Poore, Mark . . 
Rodgers, Benj. A. 
Shelling, Wm. . 
John, Edward . 
Kirkpatrick, Wm. 
Thomas, David J. 

Ballard, Richard 
Moore, William . 
Kuster, George W. 
Dillon, Abraham 
Ballard, John W. 
Brown, Richard 
Collier, Solomon 
Gillear, Thomas . 
Harvey, George 
Henry, Levi M. . 
Keys, William . 
Kizer, Frank 
King, Lewis N. . 
Kirkpatrick, Sam'l 
Keeton, James M. 
Kuster, John 
Layman, Jacob 
Miles, James H. 
Noble, James M 
Pike, James . 
Pike, Levi . 
Powell, John T. 

Veterans, 

Skilling, James M. 
Hailey, James T. . 
Sparling, John S. . 
Rodgers, Wm. Q. . 
McKnight, Thomas 



Capt., 

u 

1st Lt. 

it 

2d Lt., 



Serg't, 


23! 


" 


34 


Corp'l, 


22 
2-1 


ti 


21 


Priv. 


38 


!< 


22 


(! 


33 


" 


24 


l< 


23 


" ' 


44 


" 


31 


11 


25 


" 


22 


(. 


36 


(( 


38 


(I 


28 


11 


39 


" 


47 


" 


23 


11 


24 


11 


23 


Serg't, 


31 




22 


a 


27 


Corp'l, 

(i 


21 
24 



Sept. 2 



July 
Sept, 

Oct. 

Sept, 



1861 
1863 
1861 
1862 
1861 

1862 
1861 



2 

io', 

2 

11, 

o 

12, 

o 

o 

o 

2 
9, 
2 

2, 
2, 
2, 
2, 

2, 

o 
"i 

2, 

2, 

2 

2 

o 

— 1 

2 
2 
2 

2, 

2, 



Sept. 2, 1861 

9 " 



Dism'd by order Sec. of War, 

May 27. 1863 
Pro. from 2d Lt. Co. "B," Sep. 

Res'd May 18, 1862. 

Pro. from Priv., May 18, 1862. 

Res'd Ap'l 8, 1862. 

iPro. from Priv., Ap'l 8, 1862. 

Dis'd on ac. disab'y, Sep. 29,'62 

Pro. from Serg't, Sep. 19, 1862. 

Killed at Lynchburg, Va., 

i Juue 18, 1864. 



Missing in act'n at Lynchbun 
Va., June 18, 1864. 



Under sentenceG. C.M.forde- 
sertiou. 

Died in Wheeling llosp., Sept. 
17, 1864. 



2 

i 



Sentenced by G. 0. M. to make 
good time lost by desertion, 
[one (l)year and sixteen (16) 
days.] 

Re-enl'd Dec. 23, '63 
23, " 
23, " 
23, " 
23, " 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "A," Fifth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



107 



Names. 



Brooker, Jacob 
Jones, George 
Kilpatrick, Thomas 
Bennett, Thomas 
Barr, Lewis . 

Bruce, Vincent . 
Beck, Jacob . . 
Cunningham, George 

Cassiday, Thomas . 

Cavins, Samuel . 
Ellis, James 0. . 
Friley, Harvey . 
Faulkner, Thomas 
Garrett, John . 
Hall, Silas . . 
King, Lawrence 
McKnight, John 
Mercer, George . 
Starling, W. L. . 
Wise, William . 

Recruits, 
Dillon, Thomas . 
Dixon, William L. 
Johnson, Jackson 
Larch, John . . 
Thomas, Hezekiah 
Thomas, John . 

Discharged, 

Week, William . 
Atkinson, Charles T 
Davis, James M. 
Demaro, Francis 
Wilmore, Martin 
Coats, Lysander 
Adams, Rosell . 
Barber, Elisha . 
Gelaspy, Samuel 
Hall, Price . . 
Jones, William . 
Jones, Richard . 
Kuster, Joseph H. 
Law, Michael B. 
McCready, Joseph 



i;. in | ; S Whin mustered 

■< into service. 



Corp'l, 

Wag'r 
Priv. 



Priv., 



Serg't, 



Corp'l. 
Wag'r 
Priv., 



21 

21 
22 
21 

:;:; 

40 
26 

■2:', 

21 
25 

■s, 

21 
2] 

31 

20 
35 
20 
25 
30 
24 



Sept. 2, 1S61 



9 

*j, 
•> 
-"> 

2, 
o 
2 

2 

i 

2, 
2 

2, 

9 

2, 
2 

9 



Remarks. 



Sept. 4, 1863 
Oct. 16,1862 

7, " 
Ap'l 28, 1864 
Aug. 8, 1863 
Oct. 7, " 



Re-enl'd Dec. 23, '63 
" 23 " 

" Feb. 15,' '64 
" Dec. 23, '63 

Re enl'd Feb. 15, '64. Des'd 
from Hosp. GalUpolis, Ohio, 
July 23, 1864. 

Re-enl'd Feb. 15, '64 
15, " 

Re-enl'd Dec. 23. 1863. Missing 

in action a( w mi heater, \ a , 

July 21, 1864. 
Re-enl'd Dec. 2:',, 1863. Missing 

in action at Lynchburg, Va , 

June 18, 1864. 

Re-enl'd Dec. 23, '63 
23," 
23, " 
23, " 
23, " 
23, " 



Re-( nl". I Dee. 23, 1863. 
July 9, 1864. 



Des'd 



Sept. 



2, 1861 

2 



2 

9 

"'} 

2 
2 

-i 
~> 

2 
2 
2 

2, 
2 

o 
■"> 

2, 

9 



Re-enl'd Dec. 23, '63 

<< 9Q (( 

23^ " 
23, " 



Killed in action at Winchester, 

Va., July 21, 1864. 
Missing in ac'n at Lynchburg, 

Va., June 1861. 



On acc't of disability, at Co- 
lumbus, O., Sept. 1-. I-.,;:. 

On acc't of disability, Aug. 15, 
1862, at Ft.McIleuiy, Md. 

On acc't of disability, Aug. 15, 
1862. 

On acc't of disability, Jan. 16, 
'63, at Alexandria, Va. 

On ace' t of disability, at Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

On acc't of disability, Oct. 21, 

1861, at Camp Pierpoint, Va. 
By medical authority, Oct. 14, 

'63, at Gallipolis, O. 
On acc't of disability, Feb. 3, 

1863. 
On acc't of disability, Sept. 18, 

1862, at Columbus, O. 

On acc't of disability, Aug. 25, 

By civil authority, March 5, 

1863, at Ironton, 0. 

On aCc't of disability, at Balti- 
more, Md. 

By civil authority, Nov. 4, '62, 
at Ironton, O. 

On acc't of disability, Sept. 13, 
1862, at Ft. McHc'nry, Md. 



108 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company ll A" Fifth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Robinson, William 
Rose, James H. . 
Starkey, Robert K 
Waddell, Wilson 
Willis, John . . 
Wyatt, Francis M. 
Collier, Joseph . 

Transferred, 
Blankenskip, John 
Dennison, James 
Gelaspy, Thomas 
Myers," Charles H. 
McGowan, Joseph 
Osborn, Thomas 
Smith, Andrew . 
Thomas, Thomas J 
Whitt, Solomon K 
Warren, William 
Wise, Ezra . . 

Died, 
Corns, Joseph . 
Day, Kimber B. 
Hastings, Simeon 
Kelly, John . . 
Wood, Noah . . 

Deserted, 
Collins, Nathan . 
Cams, George . 
Centers, George . 
Dillon, George W 
Jones, John W. . 
Johnson, John B. 
Mayberry, Jacob 
Shockley, George W 

Aggregate, 



Rank. 


to 


iPriv., 23 


" 


24 


u 


30 


" 


40 


11 


36 


c< 


24 


(1 


45 


(1 


23 


( i 


28 


a 


33 


" 


24 


[ t 


35 


(i 


:;■! 


<< 


25 


( t 


25 


it 


23 


it 


:;.s 


a 


23 


it 


19 


tt 


44 




27 


(( 


22 


(( 


:;s 


Mus'n, 


22 


Priv. 


20 


it 


21 


it 


20 


" 


27 


it 


19 


It 


41 


(1 


30 



When arnsten d 

into service. 



Sept. 



Sept 2, 1861 On «£t of disability 



at Cere- 



2, 
.2, 

2, 

■ » 
— '> 

2 

9 

2, 
2, 

2, 
2, 
2 

i 

2, 
2, 

9 

o 
"i 
o 
"i 

o 
"i 

2 

9 

- 'i 

2, 
2, 



2, 1861 

9 " 

~*} 

O K 

"l 

2, " 

2, " 

2 " 

9 « 



On !'•' i of disutility at Oare- 
do, Ya. 

E : J in- 1 autli. ntv, Oct. 1 1, 
at Gallipolis, O. 

On ac t 1 disability, at Co- 
lumbus, 0. 

i in acc't of disability at Balti- 
more, Mil. 

On acc't of disability, at Fred- 
erick, Mil. 

By null, authority, Oct. 4, '64, 
at Gallipolis, 0. 



To Co. H, 5th W. V. I., Nov. 29, T,l. 



To Inv. Corps, Feb. 6,1864. 

Killed in act'n at Franklin. 

Ya., May 11. I 
Of disease at Ironton, 0., Dec. 

15, 1862. 
Killed in action at Bull Run, 

Ya., Aug. 29, 1862. 
Of consumption, July I, 1863, at 

(■il. I["sp., Gallipolis. ( ). 
Of disease at Greenup Co. Ky., 

May 29, 1S62. 

At Ceredo, W. V., Nov. 10,'61. 
" " " Feb. 1,'63. 

" NYw Creek, \V. V., June 26, 

1862. 
At Camp Piatt, W. V., Nov. 1, 

186 I. 
At Moorefield, W. V., July '62. 

At Moorefield, W. V., Ap'l '62. 

At Ceredo, W. V., Feb. 1, 1S63. 

" " Feb. 1, 1S63. 

106 men. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



109 



Record of Captain Robert B. McCaWs Company "B," Fifth Regiment 
I ',/. Infantry Volunteers, showing the changes in said company from the dot 
of organization to the date of muster- out on the 23d day of September, L864, 
by Henry C. Peck, 1st Lieut., ttth U. S. Infantry. Compiled from the 
muster oat rolls. 







^ 


\\ iii'ii mustered 


Names. 


Bank. 


< 


into Berrice. 


Smith, James E. 


Capt., 


23 


Aug. 10, 1861 


McCall, Robert B. . 


" 


:;i 


May 19,1863 


Kendrick, Joseph P. 


1st Lt. 




Aug. 10, 1861 


Bancroft, Joseph F. 


» 


20 


May 19, 1862 


Hersey, Francis L. 


it 


19 


May 30, 1864 


Poor, Mark . . . 


2d Lt., 


26 


Sept 10, 1863 


Moore, Andrew J. . 


Corp'l, 


:i! 


Aug. 10, 1861 


Bowen, Liggins . . 


Priv., 


IS 


10, " 


Byas, Gordon . . 


(i 


25 


10, " 


Christian, Claiborn P 


ii 


19 


10, " 


Cartsmill, John . . 


K 


35 


10, " 


Dishman, James J. . 


« 


2C 


10, " 


Eaves, James F. . 


n 


22 


10, " 


Fuller, Sylvester B. 


ii 


IT 


10, » 


Hatten, Lemuel 


a 


20 


10, " 


Hobbs, Arthur E. . 


a 


25 


10, " 


Hamill, Charles . . 


(i 


38 


10, " 


Hindes, Samuel B. . 


ii 


21 


10, " 


Jarrell, James W. . 


" 


23 


10, " 


Johnson, John R. . 


u 


2:; 


10, « 


Jarrell, Ambrus 


" 


20 


10, " 


Lyons, Willis . . 


I! 


2] 


10, " 


Mathews, Samuel . 


(I 


to 


10, " 


Myers, William V. . 


" 


I'D 


10, " 


Middough, Jessie C. 


II 


:;t 


10, " 


Stephinson, M. A. . 


I! 


21 


10, " 


Spicht, Frank . . 


II 


23 


10, " 


Smith David C. . . 


II 


20 


10, " 


Stuck, James M. . 


II 


23 


10, " 


Stuck, Henrv . ■ 


II 


:;o 


10, " 


Smith, William J. . 


It 


:;n 


10, " 


Tuther, Thomas J. . 


II 


2n 


10, « 


Thompson, A. J. 


II 


18 


10, " 


Recmits, 








Swanson, Joseph 




is 


Oct. 13, 1862 


Adam, John . . . 


" 


18 


Nov. 14, " 


Iroms, Solomon . . 


« 


43 


Oct. 12, " 


Dixon, Hugh B. . . 


I! 


20 


15, " 


Fortune, Charles . 




18 


14, « 






Resig'd. May 19, '62. 

Pro. from 2d Lt. to 1st Lt, April 9, 

Resig'd April 9, '62. 

Promoted from 1st Si 

l.i, April 9. I-"-: to 1st Lt. 

BI:it 19, 1862. Transfi m d 

to Co, D, Dec i 
Pro. from s rg i ttaj. 

1864. 

i May 19, '63. 



Pris. of war since Jul] 



Severely wounded and taken 

pris r .-it Lynchbv 

June i 



Pro. to Drum Mai. Aug. 19, '63 
Reduced to ranks for leaving 
■field & going to 
Pa., July 24, 1864. 
Reduced to ranks from 
July 24, 1864. 



• \ by ('<. O. M.to work 
out iii- term of aen ice with 
ball and chain attached to 
to forfeit all] 

aces and to l>e drum'd 
out of SI 



Not mustered out. 



110 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company u B, n Fifth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 


Rank. 


•- 
5 
< 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Brown, Lafayette . 


Pnv., 


21 


Oct. 12, 


1862 


Not mustered out. 


Flowers, Frederick . 


( ( 


19 


Jan. 25, 


1863 


u ii 


Christian, Isaac . . 


" 


18 


Mar. 17, 


ft 


•i ii 


Adkin, Reuben . . 


(i 


27 


June 14, 


11 


ii ii 


Fox, John H. . . 


(< 


11 


_ 




ii a 


Veterans, 












Adkins, George . . 


" 


19 


Aug. 10, 


1861 


Re-enl'd Dec. 23, '63 


Consingberry, Moses 


" 


L8 


10, 


1 1 ( 


23, ' 




Dishman, William T. 


" 


23 


10, 


CI 


23, ' 




Decker, James A. . 


(< 


25 


10, 


ci 


23, ' 




Davis Hickman . 


" 


31 


10, 


II 


23, ' 




Elkins, Archibald . 


(C 


18 


10, 


11 


23, ' 




Forbess, William R 


" 


21 


10, 


ti 


23, ' 




Frailv, Martin . . 


" 


19 


10, 


(C 


23, ' 




Fullerton, F. M. . 


■ ( 


L9 


10, 


(i 


23, ' 




Higgins, David W. 


(( 


39 


10, 


IC 


23, ' 




Hamilton, James S. 


(( 


20 


10, 


II 


23, ' 




Harmon, William H 


" 


27 


10, 


II 


23, ' 




Hatten, Joel . . . 


" 


L9 


10' 


(I 


23, ' 




Insco, Joseph. E. 


(( 


21 


10, 


(( 


23, ' 




Jarrell, George F. . 


II 


21 


10, 


II 


23, ' 




Kindrick, James W. 


II 


18 


10, 


(I 


23, ' 




Lowe, Samuel F. . 


(( 


21 


10, 


!( 


23, ' 




McAllister, James . 


(I 


26 


10, 


11 


23, ' 




Martin, William 


I! 


42 


10, 


11 


23, ' 




Perdue, Chas. R. 


!< 


11 


10, 


11 


23, ' 




Patison, James . . 


(1 


37 


10, 


11 


23, ' 




Rowe, Uriah . . 


" 


2o 


10, 


11 


23, ' 




Swanson, James 


11 


21 


10, 


11 


23, ' 




Smith, James . . 


1 I 


21 


10, 


t! 


23, ' 




Thacker, Jeremiah B. 


" 


21 


10, 


It 


23, ' 




Thacker, Franklin . 


(( 


21 


10, 


1 1 


23, ' 




Tasker, John H. 


II 


21 


10, 


(I 


23, ' 




Reeder, James . . 


( i 


28 


10, 


II 


23, ' 




Discharged. 












Roberts, John C. 


(I 


21 


10, 


11 


For disability, June 28, '63, Hospi- 
tal, Gallipolis, ii. 


Mixer, William B. . 


" 


34 


10, 


11 


For disability, July 8, '62, at Hospi- 
tal, Clarysville, M.I. 


McKee, Samuel 


CC 


44 


10, 


" 


Sept. 1. '63. for disability, at Hospi- 
tal, Gallipolis. 0. 


Elkins, Milton . . 


" 


11 


10, 


11 


For disability. Julv 15, '62, at Hospi- 
tal. Clarvsville. *Md. 


Haronow, George . 


" 


41 


10, 


It 


For disability, Sept. 24, '62, at Hos- 
pital, Washington, D. C. 


Insco, John L. . . 


" 


32 


10, 


11 


At Charleston, W. Va., May 17, '63, 
on acc't of wounds rec'd in action. 


Johnson, Daniel . 


CI 


37 


10, 


CI 


For disability, Sept. 20, '62, ;it Wasl 
ington, D. C. 


Jones, Andrew J. . 


1! 


28 


10, 


" 


For disability, Sept. 1, '63. at Hos- 
pital, Gallipolis. II. 


Johnson, Abraham . 


ci 


27 


10, 


II 


For disability, Oct. 23, '63, at Hos- 
pital, Gallipolis, O. 


King, Alfred A. 


It 


37 


10, 


II 


For disability, Nov. 20, '62, at Hos- 
pital, Clarvsville-, Mil. 


Lawson, John . . 


" 


28 


10, 


11 


For disability, Jan. 27, '63, at Hos- 
pital, Clarvsville, Md. 


McGraw, Charles . 


II 


34 


10, 


" 


For disability, Oct. 23, '63, at Hos- 
pital, Gallipolis, O. 


Ratcliff, James . . 


11 


18 


10, 


II 


For disability, Jan. 26, '63, at 1 
pital, Gallipolis, O. 


US 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "/?," Fifth Regiment Infant ni— Continued. 



11 






Hank. 



Willis, Harrison 
Simmon?, llenrv 
Tuther, David H. 
Bancroft, John M. 

Transferred. 
Castner, John M. D 
1 lixon, William J. 
Ebicks, William 
McQuigg, Wm. T. 
Potter, Mathew B. 

isdell, Z. D. 
Webb, C. B. . . 
Darling, James 0. 
Shoemaker, H. K. 

Died. 
Christian, Wm. J. 
Christian, Alexander 
Daniels, Hiram . 
Davidson, Wm. L 
Fuller, Thomas . 
Murphy, Martin 
Swanson, Leroy . 
Forbess, Daniel . 
Irons, Elias . . 
Kelley, Joseph E. 
Legg, John . . 
Lawrence, And. J. 
Loomis, Macy B. 
Quinly. Josiah . 
Richardson, Wm. H 
Slack, John W. 
Deserted, 
Fitzgerald, James 
Stephenson, Jas. M 
Turner, James M. 
Cartsmill, James 
Hannah, Jackson 
Nacer, Jacob 



Priv., 



Winn mustered 
Into Ben Ice. 



Bemarks. 



37 Aug. 10, 1861 ' 

L 1 1U, 

37 



2:. 
23 

to 

L8 
26 

1-1 
-11 
36 
11 
31 

31 

■s> 

20 
35 

2'.' 
19 
27 

:;s 
24 
18 
23 
L8 



I. 


-12 

L9 


II 


19 


<( 


23 


(f 


21 


I( 


10 


(1 


18 


(I 


2* 


(t 


2 s 



10, 
10, 

10, 
10, 
10, 
10. 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 

10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
23, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 

10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 



■ II, C'.', at Hospi- 
tal. QaJHpoll 
FordUat.i ',1, at Hos- 

pital, Oa 

For disability, Bept. II, '61, at H(M- 
..0. 



To Co. H, Aug. 14/62 

Coin'd 1st Lt. co. H, Due .3, '62.; 

To Co. H. Oct, 31, '61 

Promoted to Scrg t Major, Sept 15, 

.ToV. R.C.Dec. 15, '63 

Com'd to 1st Lt. and K. Q. M., Auk. 

10, 61. 
Promoted to Q. M. Serg't, Aug. 

10, '61. 
Promoted to Com. Serg't, January 

15. '68. 
To V. H. C.Xov. IS, '63. 



Aug. 29, '62, from wounds received 
in action at Bull Run, Va, 

i from wounds received in 
action at Winchester. Va. 

Deo. .7. '61, at Hospi- 
tal. Parkeraburg. W. Va. 

killed, Feb. 15, '62, while 
I on furlough. 
Of fever, Jan. 3, '62, at home, in 

Co., W, Va. 
Of rever, July 80, '62, in Regt. Hos- 
pital at Wo'odville, Va. 
Of fever, July 1, '62, at Hcapital, 

Middletowu. Va. 
Killed in action at Lynchburg, Va., 
June 18. '64. 
-| QCO Of wounda reo'd in action, Nov. 

1 QA1 Killed in action at Bull Run, Va., 
Aug. 29, '62. 
Killed in action at Bull Run, Va., 

lion at Cross Keys, Va. 

June 8, '62. 
Killed in action at Bull Run, Va., 

Aug. 29. "62. 
Of wounds received in action at Bull 

39, '62. 
Killed in action at Bull Run, Va., 

Aug. 29, 
Killed in action at Bull Run, Va., 

Aug. 29, '62, 



At Mud Bridge, TV. Va., June 10, '63. 
At Ceredo, [.W. Va., April 25, " 
At " " Feb. 15, " 

At Gauly Bridge, VT. V. ; Mar. 24,'61. 

80, '63. 

Jan. 23, W. 



Aggregate, 119 men. 



112 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Record of Captain Wm. T. Quigg's Company "C," Fifth West Virginia 
Volunteer Infantry, showing the changes in said Company from the date of 
organization to the date of muster-out on the -1st day of September, 18G4, by 
Lieut. Henry C. Peck, 14th U. 8. Infantry. Compiled from the muster-out 
rolls. 



Bank. 


p 

Mi 
- 


Capt., 


35 
2i • 


1st Lt., 


■s> 


(< 


30 


2d Lt., 


27 


a 


25 


Serg't, 
Corp'l, 


23 

23 


(i 


30 


CI 


2D 


Priv., 


2S 


" 


22 


u 


28 


<< 


18 


it 


19 


(i 


33 


u 


31 


« 


34 


it 


28 


C( 


44 


<( 


27 


" 


19 


" 


21 


" 


19 


It 


33 


it 


19 


(( 


21 


(! 




II 


18 


(( 


21 


Serg't, 


22 


Cf 


22 


(f 


22 


" 


21 


Corp'l, 

it 


23 
18 


" 


23 


it 


18 


it 


18 


" 


18 


" 


34 ! 


it 


19 ( 



Wlli-ll 1,, 

i rice. 



Remarks. 



Powers, Woodson . 
McQuigg, William T 
Man trey, Jackson 
Howe, Guy . . 
Allen, Joseph 
Rowe, Wm. E. . 
Lewis, Jonathan 
Heaberlin, James M 
Ratcliff, John 
Portain, Calvin . 
Blankinship, Wm. R 
Abbott, Jackson 
Ackeson, Thomas 
Austin, Henry C. 
Arbaugh, Isaac N. 
Ballard, Isaac . 
Crawford, James 
Carson, William . 

Faulkner, William 
Layne, John A. . 
McMullen, Jesse S. 
Mays, William . 
Martin, Thomas . 
Rucker, Silas 
Ratcliff, Richard 
Srauter, Samuel 
Winters, Curtis . 
Webb, Francis . 
Willis, Hugh . 
Webb, Alfred . 
Webb, George W. 

Veterans, 
Elewick, William T. 
Markin, Lorenzo D. 
Secrist, James L. . 
Willis, Isaac N. . . 
Hackworth, Geo. W 
Leighsty, Gab. H. 

Adkins, Isaac 
Clark, George W. 
Duty, Lafayette 
Elsmok, William 
Fradd, Elijah . 
Freeman, Hall C. 



Sept. 14, 

Feb. 7, 

Sept. 14, 

Mar. 22, 

Sept. 14, 

May 1, 

Sept. 14, 

14, 

14, 

14, 

14, 

14, 

14, 

14, 

14, 

14, 

14, 

14, 

14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 

14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 

14, 

14, 

14, 

Oct. 6, 

Sept. 14, 

Oct. 10, 



1861 ;Res'd Feb. 7, 1862. 

1862 Pro. from Scr. Blaj. Feb.7 , '62. 

186l|Res'dFeb. 1862. 

1862 Pro. from lstSer., Feb. 7, '62. 

lsr.i 
1862 
1861 



Died from woundsree'd in pri- 
vate quarrel, April 11, 1862. 
Pro. from 1st Scr., Mar. 22, '62. 



Wounded badly in left side and 

tab a prisninTat Lynchburg 
\.i., June 18, 1864. 



Supposed to be discharged. 



Re-enl'd Feb. 14, '64 
14, " 

14, " 
14, « 

14, " 

Re-enl'd Feb. 14, '64: wounded 

badly in leg and side at Bull 
Bun, Y.i.. lug. 29, 1862, 

Re-enl'd Feb. 14, '64 

15, " 
14. " 

" 15 " 

" Dec. 24,' '63 
24, " 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "<\" Fifth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



L13 



Eackworth, P. . 

Hackworth, Wm. 
Howell, 11 t'liderson 
Johnson, William 
Johnson, Thos 
Johnson, Thos 
Kelley, Levi, Sr. 
K el ley, James H. 
Kelley, Isom 
Leach, Elmore . 
Leighsty, Peter W. 
Leach, John W. . 
Lewis, Coultrv . 
MeMullen, Jesse, Jr 
Meeker, Jackson 
Markins, Charles 

I, Simeon 
Pemberton. D 
Ratcliff, Elisha . 
Ratcliff, Amos . 
Steel, John W. . 
Spears, Jeremiah 
Spears, Andrew 
Spears, Henry . 

Wilson, Elindsay 
West, Hamilton . 
West, Harrison . 
Webb, Joseph . 
Webb, Sartan 
Wilson, Goodwin 

Recruits, 
Matney, William B 
Geer, Thomas M. 
Duty, Noah . . 
Faulkner, Jonathan 
Fullen, George V. 
Fullen, James H. 

Gannon, Jesse . 
Gore, James M. . 
Howell, George W. 
Howell, Joseph . 
Holly, Andrew J. 
Heaberlin, John H. 
Johnson, Robert 
Jenkins. Elias . 
Martin, Albert . 
15 



Rank. 



1'riv., 



Cor 'pi, 

Serg't, 

Mus'n. 
Priv. 



When m 
Into 31 



Aug. L2, 


1861 


Sept. 1 !. 
Oct. 9, 




Sept. 14, 

1 !, 




14, 




Oct. 10, 


" 


.21, 

14, 


CI 


14, 


'• 


It, 


" 


1-1, 


■• 


14, 


•■ 


14, 


•• 


1 1. 


•■ 


14, 


'■ 


14, 


•• 


14, 


'• 


1 1. 




14, 


•• 


1 1. 


•' 


14, 


'■ 


14, 


f< 


14, 


(1 


11, 




M. 


•■ 


14, 


■■ 


14, 


1 1 


11, 


ft 


M, 


" 


Nov. 6, 


« 


Mav 15, 

Nov. 20, 


1862 


Oct. 10, 


1861 


Feb. L6, 


1863 


1.6, 


" 


Oct. 26, 


1862 


July 24, 
Oct. 26, 


L863 

1862 


Mar. 20, 


i. 


Feb. 16, 


1863 


July 24, 
Oct. 24, 


a 
n 


Mar. 1, 


i. 


Ap'l 1, 


1862 



Re-enl'd 1 24, '63 

24, " 

24, •■ 
24 

24, •■ 

" 2 1 

" 24 " 

2 4 ' ., 

24 

■■ ' 24, " 

_'k '■ 
24, 
2!. 
24, 
24, - 
24, - 

21. 
24. - 
'• Feb. 15. V, | 

Rc-cnl'd Feb. 15, 1864. Tak 

nchburg, Va., June 18, 'G4 

Re-enl'd Feb. 15, '64 
15. • 

Feb. 15, 1864. Wounded in 
i :it Lynchburg, 7a., June 
1-. 1864. 

Re-enl'd Feb. 15, '64 
15. " 

Re-enl'd Feb. 15, l-'^l Wounded in 
heel at Winchester, Va., July 21,'M 

Re-enl'd Feb. 15, '64 
15, •' 

Ra-eni'd Feb. 15, 1864. Woundedand 
taken prisoner at Wind 
July 24 

Not mustered out. 



1 in head 
at Winchester, Vs., July 24, 1864. 

Not mustered out. 



Xot mustered out. Woun<led badly in 
Lynchburg, Va., June 18, 

Not mustered out. 



114 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "C," Fifth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Karnes. 


Rank. 


ci 

bo 

< 


When mustered 
into service. 


BemarkB. 


Matney, John B., Jr. Priv., 


18 


Nov. 5, 


1862 


Not mustered out. 


Matney, John B., Sr. " 


30 


July 1, 


1863 


u 11 it 


McKinney, Alex. . j " 


20 


24, 


1! 


ii a u 


Neal, Enoch ..." 


21 


Mar. 11, 


ii 


it ti 11 


Newman, Greenville " 


19 


16, 


" 


u 11 11 


Ross, John ... 1 


28 


Jan. 4, 


tt 


ii n ti 


Ratcliff, Eli . . . 


" 


18 


Mar. 1, 


1862 


« .. u 


Rucker, Elias . . 


ii 


21 


Ap'l 1, 


11 


tt <t it 


Webb, David . . 


it 


18 


Feb. 16, 


1863 


ti tt ti 


West, Hiram* . . 


u 


28 


16, 


It 


it a tt 


Webb, Elliott . . 


it 


is 


Aug. 11, 


a 


it 11 ti 


McKee, James . . " 


18 


Jan. 1, 


1862, 


a ti 1. 


Discharged, 






Brammer, Robert CiSerg't 


43Sept. 14, 


1861 


For disability, May 15, 1862. 


Justice, Samuel . . I " 


21 14, 


11 


For disability, Oct. 8, 1862, at Wash- 
ington, D. C. 


Kelley, Levi, Jr. .1 " 


24 14, 


" 


Dis'd January 11 18K3, from wounds 
received in action at Bull Run. 


Vaughn, Calvin F. Corp'l, 


29! 14, 


" 


For disability, July 1862, at Grafton 
W. Va. 


Harless, Silas . . 


Priv., 


30 14, 


ii 


For disability, Oct. 1, 1862, at New 
York. 


Justice, Israel 


ii 


18 


18, 


it 


For disability, March 1864, at Gal- 
lipolis, Ohio. 


Ratcliff, Daniel . . 


ti 


23 


14, 


" 


Nov. 1862, from wounds received in 
action at Bull Run. 


Rucker, William 


(1 


18 


14, 


11 


Promoted to Hospital Steward. 


Webb, Thompson . " 


30 


17, 


ii 


For disability, Oct. 16, 1863. 


Webb, Pleasant . . " 


26 


19, 


it 


For disability, Jan. 26, 1863, at 
CampDennison, 0. 


Neal, George W. . 1 " 


21 


14, 


11 


Supposed to be dischartrei! at Grafton 
Gen. Hospital, July 1862. 


Kelley, Henry . . 


a 


44 


Oct. 5, 


11 


For disability May IS, 1868. 


Lewis, James ■ . 


<< 


23 


Sept. 28, 


u 


Jan. 22. 1863, from wounds received 
inaction at Hull Run. 


Martin, John M. . 


(( 


25 


14, 


a 


For disability, Jan. 1863, at Wash- 
ington, D.-C. 


Powell, James ■ . 


ti 


22 


14, 


it 


For disability, July 1862, at Grafton 
W. Va. 


Transferred. 












Cloy, William . . 


it 


18 


14, 


it 


To Co. K,Dec. 20, '61 


Dawson, James M. 


" 


22 


14, 


a 


u it u 


Hershberger, P. C, 


u 


21 


14, 


a 


1 1 it *t t 


More, Martin . . 


it 


22 


14, 


tt 


ii ti ii 


Pancake, Henry 


u 


18 


Oct. 5, 


ti 


Oct. 20, '61 


Stivers, Randall 


u 


35 


Sept. 14, 


11 


Dec. 20, " 


Died, 












Brummer, Samuel . 


u 


28 


14, 


" 


Of Fever, April 17, 1862, at Grafton 
Gen. Hospital. 


Blankinship, W. W. 


u 


44 


14, 


u 


Killed in action at Bull Run, Aug. 
29, 1862. 


Humphries, Thomas 


it 


35 


14, 


tL 


Killed in action at Bull Run, Aug. 
27, 1862. 


Kelley, Anthony . 


" 


26 


14, 


11 


(if Fever Deo. 28, 1861, at Parkers- 
burg Gen. Hospital. 


Smolley, John . . 


" 


18 


14, 


" 


Of Fever, Jan. is, 1862, at Parkers- 
burg Urn. Hospital. 


Ward, John . . . 


u 


26 


14, 


11 


(it Fever, Nov. 11, 1861, at Cerei o, 
Va. 


Martin, Hall . . . 


u 


18 


14, 


11 


Of Measles, March 30, 1864, at Gal- 
lipolis, Ohio. 



Aggregate, *. 128 



Z8 men. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



115 



dof C<mU James B. Bazell's Company "D," Fifth Regiment West Va. 
Infantry I olunteers, showing the changes in said company from the date of 
organization to the date of muster-out on the 20th day of Sep. ember, 1864, 
by Lieut. Henry C. Peck, 14th U. S. Infantry. Compiled from the muster- 
out rails . 






Kank. 



Miller, Samuel C. 
Bazell, James B. 
X.-ii; Henry O. . 
Bancroft, Joseph 
Griffith, Andrew 
Miller. Abraham W 
Bellamy, John D. 
Lacey, William S. 
Lacey, John P. . 
Curtis, Emory W. 
Davis, James H. 
Hauskinson, Jas. '. 
Mooney, Francis 
Null, Samuel R. 
Powell, Mahlon, 
Perkins, James B. 
Pratt, William 0. 
Smith, Robert . 
Sowards, Archibald 
Farris, Marion . 
Munsell, Edward 
Kite, W r illiam . 
Gassitt, Archibald 

Recruits, 
Bevans, George W. 
Burkes, Joseph M. 
Blair, Jeptha 
Curtis, Ezra . . 
Dunfee, John 
Dunahoo, Joseph 
Ellis, Cornelius H. 
Gearheart, Jas. W. 
Haskins, Solomon 
Judd, Giles . . 
Miller, William . 
Melvin, Charles . 
Martin, Samuel . 

Massie, Jessie 
Pemberton, Geo. W 
Pancake, Henry 
Pancake, John . 
Rucker, Asbury 
Steele, David 
Spraddling, John 



Capt. 



2d Lt. 



Priv. 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



27 

25 
ilst.Lt.i33 

22 

2S 



When mustered 
mi" Berrice. 



Kemarks. 



Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 
22 Feb. 
33Sept. 
22 
26 
26 
20 
24 
19 
21 
22 
21 
18 
22 
18 
2] 
19 
18 
24 



O 1852 Resigned April 1:', '88. 



1 QrtO Promoted from 2d Lieut. Co. "K," 
17 '88. 
Dismissed by sentence O.C. M. July 

29, '68. 
Transferred from Co. "Ii," Deo. 18, 

1863. 
Resigned Jan. C, '68. 

Killed in action near Brownsboro, 
June 10, '64, 



1861 
1862 
1861 
1863 



2, 1861 



o 

2 

~ j } 

o 

^i 

9 

2, 
o 
^i 

2, 
o 

^i 
2 

9 

2 
2 
2, 
2, 



Aug. 
Sept. 

Aug. 
Dec. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Dec. 



July 



18 
35 
L9 
30 

is 
18 
18 
18 
18 
24 
is 
18 
18 

21 Sept. 

18 July 

18 

28 

25 Feb. 

40 July 

36 y 



12, 
3, 

3, 
25, 
13, 

3, 

4, 
22, 
22' 

21,' 

8, 

24, 

24, 

1, 
24, 
21, 
24, 
18, 
24, 
24, 



1862 
1863 

1862 

1863 
1862 
1863 

1862 

1863 



1862 
1863 



Deserted Sep. 16, '64 



Not mustered out. 



Not mustered out. Taken prisoner 
in action at Winchester, Va,, Ju- 
ly 24, '64. 

Not mustered out, 



Not mustered out. Wounded In ac- 
tion at Winehes'r, Va., July 24/64 

Not mustered out. 



110 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "I?," Fifth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



N'iii 


Rank. 


i 

bl 


When nmsi 
into Bel \ Li -. 


Remarks. 


Van el'' Fackson 


Priv. 


is 


Feb. 


10 


1864 


Not mustered out. 


Webb, Milton . . 


it 


20 


July 


1 


1863 


\,.t mustered oat. Woundedinac'D 
:ii Winchester, Va., Julj 21, '64, 


Wilson, Hannibal . 


" 


:;G 


Sept. 


1 


(( 


Not mustered out. 


Wiseman, John . 


" 


36 




1 


U 


II f f II 


Mann, Marion . . 


" 


16 


Feb. 


10 


'• 


(1 II II 


1 [arrison, John . 


a 


25 


_ 




_ 


II II II 


Veterans, 














Miller, James C. 


Serg't, 


28 


Sept. 


2 


1861 


Re-enlisted as vet. vol. Doc. 21, '63. 


Zimmerman, John . 


< ; 


21 




2 


t< 


ii it u 


Enochs, Alfred 0. . 


u 


20 




2 


( . " 


it it u 


Sowards, John . . 


" 


26 




2 


<t 


ii ii ii 


Benedict, Samuel . 


(i 


19 




2 


a 


ii ii (f 


Hisler, Solomon . . 


Corp'l 


33 




2 


(i 


if ii if 


Dunfee, Erlewine . 


. . 


21 




2 


1! 


Re-enlisted as Vet. Vol. Dec. 21, '63. 
Wounded in action at Winchester, 
Va., .Tulv 24, '64. 


Bowen, John A. 


t. 


18 




2 


(I 


Re-enlisted as Vet. Vol. Dec. 21, '63. 


Hayes, William . . 
Bumgardner, H. J. 


It 


21 




2 


!< 


u u ii 


" 


18 




16 


ft 


Re-enlisted as Vet. Vol. Dec. 21, '63. 

i in aotion at Berryville, 














Va., Sepl. S, '64. 


Benedict, Geo. W. . 


(i 


18 




2 


(( 


Re-enlisted as Vet. Vol. Dec. 21, '63 


Bevans, Leander . 


Priv. 


19 




2 


11 


ii i. ii 


Baise, Alfred . . 


" 


20 




2 


It 


if ii u 


Clarke, David . . 


" 


18 




2 


" 


Re-enlisted as Vet. Vol. Dec. 21, '63. 
Wounded in action at Lynchburg, 
\ I .. June 18, '64. 


Dillon, Joshua . . 


K 


18 




2 


(I 


Re-enlisted as Vet. Vol. Dec. 21, '63. 


Davis, Thomas J. . 


it 


18 




2 


(I 


if ii ii 


Fugett, Jacob B. 


a 


18 


Nov. 


2 


1861 


Re-enlistedas Vet. V"!. Dec. 21, '63. 
Taken prisoner at Winchester, Va. 












July 24, '64. 


Fuller, Stephen F. . 


« 


21 


Sept. 


2 


" 


Re-eu'listcd as Vet. Vol. Dec. 21, '63. 


Greer, Caleb W. . 


" 


23 




2 


" 


ii u if 


Greer, Joshua . . 


C( 


20 




2 


tt 


Re-enlisted as Vet. Vol. Dec. 21. '63. 
Wounded in action at Winchester, 
Va.. July 24, '64. 


Hayner, Gordon 


" 


20 




2 


C t 


Re enli ited as \ et. Vol. Dec. 21, 'G3. 


Engles, Calvin . . 


11 


31 




2 


" 


ft ft tt 


Jeffers, Joseph . . 


(( 


23 




2 


tt 


f t f f ii 


Johnson, Thomas E. 


(1 


18 




2 


11 


ii ii if 


King, James . . . 


(I 


18 


Dec. 


1 


it 


l. !! 11 


McComas, Sartin . 


II 


L9 


Sept. 


5 


It 


If tt 11 


Miller, Luke . . . 


u 


18 


Sept. 


2 


ti 


11 II II 


McAffrey, Geo.W. . 


11 


23 




■^ 


tf 


I, If 11 


Markes, Edward . 


I! 


18 




2 


11 


II If ff 


Sowards, John F. . 


(1 


19 




2 


II 


tf f f t f 


Sheets, Jonas . . 


f 1 


22 




2 


it 


f f tf 


Swann, William C. . 


u 


19 




2 


it 


1 as Vet. Vol. Do.-. 21, '63 
Taken prisoner at 'Winchester, \ t. 
Julv 24, '64. 


Sowards, Abel . . 


11 


18 




2 


" 


i us Vet. Vol., Dec. 21, '63. 


Fumer, Daniel J. . 


" 


18 




2 


" 


if f f f i 


Vandegraft, James 


tf 


18 




2 


tt 


u ii ff 


Walls, John . _ . . 


Cf 


32 




2 


" 


ft ff if 


Workman, Marion . 


(< 


18 




2 


" 


ii n it 


Full, Samuel . . . 


u 


18 




2 


" 


ii (( ii 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "/>,'' Fifth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



117 



Nairn-. 



Hank Jf When mustered 
<; into Ben Ice. 



Remarks. 



Lynn, Vincent 
Felix, Julius . 
Neti', Lewis P. 
Discharged 

Johnson, John 
Cooper, Seth 
Mtassie, Squire 
Wallace, John 
Kennedy, James 
McDaniel, Milton 
Foreman, William 
McDaniel, Daniel 

Transferred, 
Dillon, William 

Died, 
Bagley, Henry 
Fumer, John W 
Mann, John . 
Rose, Israel . 
Walls, James . 
McDaniel, Caleb 
Vannater, William 
Pemberton, Lewis 
Southers. William 
King, William . 
Brammer, Elijah 
Vandegraft, George 

King, Ausmer . . 
Farley, Harvey H. . 
Greer, James W. 
Bo wen, Hugh . . 
Fausnott, John . 
Harrison, Solomon . 
Aggregate, 



Priv. 



23 
26 



O "I Q("l"l Bc-enllated . 21, 68. 

q' it u 



1863 



■ 

iberland, Md. 

at Cumberland, Md. 

ability Oct. 24, '«■.», 
at Washington, 

I for disability Nov. 28, 

D 1 lor disability Jan. T. '63, 

Discharged for disability Jan. 17, 
Washington, D 

irarille, W. V. 
] for disability Junel, '68, 
at Philadelphia, Pa. 

Transferred to V. R. C. Dec. 1 3, '68. 



Died of pneumonia. Dec. 27,1861, In 

: at Parkersburg, W. V. 
Died of rheumatism 

in Lawrence I to 

ill Lawrence Co. Ohio. 
Died of Consumption Feb. 18, 1862, 
at his home iu Lawrence Co. Ohio. 
Died of measles Feb. '.), 1862, iu hos- 
pital at Parkersburg, W. V. 

ase of the heart Feb. ?•, 

1862. in hosp'l, Parkersb'g, W. V. 

I Died of Typhoid fever April 19, I)'.', 

in hospital at New Creek, W. V. 
! Died of consumption Aug. 15, 1862, 

in hospital at Culpeji|" 
.Died or consumption Aug. 19, 1862, 
at home in Lawrence Co. Ohio. 

lion at Cedar Mountain, 
I ig. 10. 1862. 

• Kelly's Ford, Va. 

1862. 

Died at home in Lawrence Co. Ohio, 

',_'; supposed to have been 

poisoned. 

Died of consumption April 22. 1863, 

in hospital at Gullipolis, Ohio. 

Died of consumption April 24. 1863, 

In hospital at Qallipolls, Ohio. 

D 
in hosp'l at Camp Reynold. W.V. 
Died of chronic diarrhoea Jan. 28, 

'f>4, at home in Lawrence Co. 0. 
Killed in action at Lynchburg, Va. 

June 18, 1-tu. 
Killed in action at Lynchburg, Va., 
. 1864. 



.117 men. 



Record of Captain Hamilton Willis 1 Company "JE," Fifth West Virginia 
Infantry Volunteers, shoiving the changes in said Company from the date of 
organization to thedate of muster-out, on the 4(h day of Oct. 1864, by Lieut. 

■ Henry C. Peck, 14th U. S. A. Compiled from the muster-out rolls. 



Names. 


Bank. 


£ 
5 

< 


When mustered 

into service. 


Bern 


Phelps, Lorenzo A. 
Enochs, Wm. H. 


Capt., 

<< 


30 
25 


- 


Promoted Major April 22, 1862. 

Pro. from 1st Lt. Co. K to Capt. Co. 
E. Pro. to Lt. Col., date unknown. 



118 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "E," Fifth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Nani' -• 



„ anl . m When mustered 
nh - < into service. 



Remarks. 



2d Lt., 

Serg't, 

Corp'l, 



Priv. 



Willis, Hamilton . Capt., 
McKendry, Isaac N. 1st Lt. 
Walcott, Henry H. 
Willis, William . . 
Poster, Joseph D. . 
Knapp, Lewis . . 
Crawford, Alexander 
Lunsford, William 
Leffingwell, Lora 
Newman, Geo. W. 
Hillman, Chris. C. 
Cornell, Jacob . 
Duncan, Joseph . 
Fudge, Jackson . 
Gibson, John . . 
Hawkins, James . 
Haskins, William 
Justus, Ashford H. 
Ivincade, Simon . 
Leffingwell, Sam'l D 
Murnahan, James 
Pemberton, Elijah 
Powell, Henry C. 
Sanford, Nathan 
Spawn, Samuel . 
Tucker, Gerard R. 
Taylor, Wm. M. 
Willis, George H. 
Willis, G. B. . . 

Willis, Joshua B. 

Willis, John H. . 

Wolfe, Wm. H. . 

Bonham, John W. 

Shafer, William . 
Recruits, 

Blankenship, John 

Blankenship, And. J. 

Blankenship, And. 

Collins, Lewis . . 

Crawford, Alma . . 

Chance, Daniel . . 

Gibson, Lewis . . 

Holcum, William C. 

Leffingwell, Wm. . 

Murnahan, William 

Murnahan, Edward 

Millstead, Creed . 

Pemberton, William 



:;s 

27 

26 

45 

20 

21 

27 

30 

20 

19 

21 

22 

35 

18 

L9 

in 

41 

39 

30 

42 

20 

28 

18 

19 

18 

19 

30 

18 

18 

2:5 

21 

25 

19 

18 



Sept. 29, 1863 



Sept. 2, 1S61 
2 " 



9 

* J > 
O 

o 

o 
o' 
2 

i 

2 

2 

i 

2, 

o 

15,' 

9 



2, 
9 

2 

9 

2 

9' 

j i 

9 

j i 
9 

9 



Pro. from IstSer. to 1st Lt., May 19, 
1S62. Pro. Capt., date not known. 

Res'd May 19, 1802. 

Trans, from Co. I to Co. E, date not 

known. 
2d Lt. from organization of the Co. 



Wounded in head June 8, 1862; at 
Cross Keys. 



Wounded at Cross Keys June 8, '62, 
in rignt knee. 



Oct. 
July 

Aug. 
Ap'l 
Aug. 

July 
Mar. 
Dec. 
July 
Aug. 
May 



20, 1862 

24, 1863 
26, " 

6, 1862 
16, 1863 
20, « 

25, 1862 
28, " 
20, 1863 
13, 1862 
24, 1863 

26, " 
15, " 



Dishonorably discharged with loss of 

Pay- 
Missing in action at 'Winchester, Ya. 

July 2i, 1864. 

Not mustered out. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S EEPORT. 
Company "J?," Fifth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



L19 



Rank. 



When master) d 
into sei \ Ice. 



Remarks. 



Serg't, 

Corp'l, 
(i 

Priv. 



Stephenson, William Priv., 
Storms, Alfred . . 
Stevens, Zachariah 
Willis, William . . 
Willis, John . . . 
Joplin, John . . . 
Peyton, George W. 

Veterans, 
Hagerman, J. Q. 
Smith, John II. . 
Engles, Francis M. 
Lambert, Greenbury 
Henson, John W. . 
Blankenship, Rich. 
Miller, George . . 
Miller, Andrew . . 
Prater, George . . 
Shattuck, Benjamin 
Stapleton, Thomas 
Spears, Anderson 
Smith, Israel . . 
Spawn, Lemuel . 
Saylor, Benjamin 
Taylor, John . . 
AVood, James 
Webb, James 
Ross, John . . 
Blake, Zachariah 
Hawkins, Edmond 
Willis, George "W. 
Willis, Charles . 

Died, 
Duncan, Hugh . 
Fudge, Sanders R. 
Fudge, John . . 
Grove, Samuel . 
Gassett, Joseph . 
Hardy, Thomas . 
Landenslager, Henry 
Riddle, Ransler . 
Slavens, Harvey 
Willis, William T. 

Discharged, 
Adams, John 
Hanover, James V. 
Dawson, William 
Heffner, George . 
Hover, Henry S. 



Serg't, 
Priv. 



Serg't, 
Priv. 



21 
23 

is 
20 
is 
Id 
18 

23 

23 
20 
20 

19 
21 

20 
19 
20 
20 
21 
18 
18 
18 
21 
29 
24 
18 
20 
18 
21 
■11 
18 

18 
19 

2'.' 
20 
31 
■-2 
33 
2<i 
is 
18 

21 
23 
25 

27 
18 



Sept. 28, 1861 
Dec. 13, 1862 
Ap'l 18, 1863 
July 28, 1862 

28, " 
Oct. 1, 1.861 



Sept. 2, 1861 



Oct. 
Sept. 

Mar. 
Sept, 



July 
Sept 



2 

• > 
2, 

2, 
2 

2, 
o 

o 
"i 
2 

—i 
L > 

2, 

2 

2,' 
2 

15! 

o 

* j f 

9 
1, 

o 

O 

-^ 

2, 
2, 



10, 

2, 

15, 



2, 

24^ 

2, 



1862 
1861 



Not mustered out. 



Re-enl'd Dec. 19, 

" Mar. 23, 

" Dec. 19, 

19, 

19, 

19, 

" Feb. 29, 

" Dec. 19, 

19, 

19, 

19, 

19, 

" Mar. 21, 

" Dec. 19, 

19, 

19, 

19, 

19, 

" Feb. 29, 

" Dec. 19, 

" Feb..'', 

" Dec. 19, 

" Mar. 23, 



1863 

1861 



2 

2, " 

2, " 

2 " 

o' c. 



'63 
'64 
'63 



64 

'63 



'64 
"63 



'64 
'63 
'64 
'63 
'64 



Killed May l. 1884 in action at Mead- 
ow Bluff, W. v. 
Jan. 30, 1862 at Parkersburg, W. V. 

Killed in action June 8, 1862 at Cross 
!%•■•. 1. 
or. 15, 1861 at •"••redo, Va. 

At Gallipolis, O., date unknown. 

Killed in action Sept. 3, 1864 at Ber- 

ryville, Va. 
Dec. 27, 1861 at Parkersburg, W. V. 

lion Aug. 29, lM2atP.ull 

Lug. I, 1864 at Parkersburg, TV. V. 



Place and date unknown. 



July 22, 1862 for promotion in 9th 
W. V. 



April 30, 1862. 

Date and place unknown. 



120 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "17," Fifth, Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Bank. 


M 

< 


Priv., 


45 


" 


22 


" 


23 


" 


35 


li 


42 


" 


i':; 


« 


41 


ti 


45 


u 


30 


ii 


20 



When mustered 
into service. 



Hughs, Jacob 
Pettit, William . 
Stapleton, Israel 
Simmons, L. D. . 
Oliver, Zephaniah 
Wolfe, Henry A. 

Transferred, 
Brumfield, William 
McClure, William 

Deserted, 
Floyd, Jackson F. . 
Morrison, James B. 



Sept, 11, 1861 

11, 
o 
^j 

2, 

2 

o 

2, 
o 

2 

i 



Date and place unknown. 

July 22, 1862 at Franklin, W. V. 

Date and place unknown. 

July 22, 1862. 

Date and place not known. 



ToV. E. C, Dec. 15 1863. 
ToV. R.C.. Dec. 15 1863. 



With gun and full accoutrements, 

date unknown' 
Date and place unknown. 



Aggregate, 105 men. 



Record of Captain E. R. Merriman's Company U F," Fifth Regiment West 
Va. Infantry Volunteers, showing the changes in said company from the date 
of organization to the date of muster-out on the 23d day of September, 1864, 
by Henry C. Peck, 1st Lieut., 14th U. S. Infantry. Compiled from the 
muster out rolls. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Kirk, Joseph M. 
Merriman, E. R. 
Coplev, Ira G. . 
Eba, W. H. H. . 
Baisden, James . 
Haley, Benjamin R 
Pack, Archibald 
Coplev, James D. 
York^ William R. 
Crum, George W. 
Johnson, William C 
Copley, William D 
Little, John . 
Pack, John W. . 
Moore, Andrew J. 
Barnard, Daniel 
Baisden, John S. 
Copley, Cyrus . 
Crum, William . 
Crum, John . 
Copley, Thomas D 
Chaffins, Michael 
Copley, Lafayette 
Copley, William 



Capt., 
IstLt., 

u 

2d Lt., 
ii 

ii 

Serg't, 

ii 

ii 

Corp'l, 

ii 

ii 
Priv. 



39 
23 
39 
32 
41 
;;i 
32 
41 
18 
18 
2s 
20 
27 
28 
27 
25 
is 
45 
25 
30 
ID 
20 
18 
30 



Sept. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Mar. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept 



14, 

7, 
14, 
20, 
14, 

23, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 



1861 
1862 
1861 
1862 
1861 

8162 
1861 



Resig'd Feb. 7, '62. 
App'd Capt Feb 1 '62 
Resig'd Mar. 20, '62. 
May 12, '63. 

Killed in action near Cassville, W. 
Va., Sept. 23, 1861. 

Resig'd Aug, 15, '62 

Pro. from 1st Serg't Sept. 19, 1862. 



Missing 'while on a march from 
Lynchburg, Va., June 22, 1864. 



Missing in action near Winchester, 
July 24, 1864. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company il F," Fifth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



121 



Names. 



Rank. 



g When mustered 
<« into service. 



Copley, Nicholas 
Collins, Jacob 
Fluty, Aaron 
Mills, John . . 
Mills, William . 
Morse, Harrison 
Mills, Martin 
Morrow, John . 
Manard, William 
Neice, Henderson 



Neice, James 
Pack, Ira . . . 
Pack, Newton R. 
Pack, Bartley 
Salmonds, David 
Summer, James M 
Summer, William S 
Smith, John . . 
Spaulding, James 
Spaulding, Jackson 

Kirk, Thomas 

Lackey, Solomon 
Williamson, Amos 
Tuber, Isaac P. . 
Sulivant, John . 
Steel, Henry E. 
Whitt, Aaron . 
Jarrell, Joseph . 

Recruits, 
Toppins, Thomas 
Elliott, Isaac . . 
Henkle, Harvey 
Henkle, Henry H 
Strand, John W. 
Duncan, Thomas 
Blankinship, Francis 
McCannon, Sampson 
Morrow, Daniel 
Darmon, Sylvester . 

Veterans, 
Copley, AViley D. . 
Johnson, Eli . . . 
Pack, Thomas J. . 
Spaulding, Samuel . 
Cos, Marion . . . 

16 



iPriv., 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



Corp'l, 
Serg't, 
Corp'l, 
Priv. 



23 

is 
20 
18 
31 
24. 
18 
21 
21 
22 

21 

21 
22 
29 
21 
18 

L'S 

25 

19 
18 
18 
44 
24 
L8 
18 
18 
45 
18 

31 
21 
18 

18 
18 



Sept. 



14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14. 



14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 

14, 

14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 



1861 



Nov. 


12, 


1862 




17, 


(< 




22, 


ii 


Ap'l 
Oct. 


10, 
1, 


1863 
1861 


July 
Feb. 


1, 
21, 


1862 
1864 


April 4, 
Oct. 1, 


1861 


Sept 


4, 


1863 




14, 


1861 




14, 


■' 




14, 


<: 




14, 


it 




14, 


" 



Sentenced by G. C. M. to work out 
his time :'t Camp Chase, and be 
dishonorably discharged the ser- 
vice ttith loss of pay, &c. Restored 
to duty bv order Gen. Crook, Jan. 
31, 1864. 



Wounded in arm, Sept. -t, 
action near Berryville, Va. 

Missing while on a march from 
Lynchburg, Va., June 22, 1864. 



Missing in action near Winchester, 
Va., July 24, 1864. 



Sentenced by G. C. M. to work out 
his term of service, with loss of all 
pay and allowances. 

Sentenced by G. C. M. to work his 
time out, forfeit 10 mo's pay and be 
dishonorably discharged. " 



.Missing while on a march from 
Lynchburg, Va., June 22, 1864. 

Missing in action near Lynchburg, 
Va., June 18, 1864. 

Prisoner of war since Mar. 3, 1864. 



Deserted while on march from Char- 
leston to Harper's Ferry June 15 64 

Des. while on march from Charleston 
to Harper's Ferry, June 15, 1864. 



Re-enl'd Dec. 23, '63 
23, " 
" Feb. 29 ''64 

29, " 
" Dec. 23,' '63 



122 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "_F," Fifth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



T?or,i- S When mustered 
inb " < into service. 



Remarks. 



Elliott, William 
McClure, Samnel 
Marcum, Randolph 
Pasley, Alexander 
Defoe, Robert F. 
Hodge, John 
Copley, Thomas J. 

Discharged, 
Smith, John B. . 
Harmonds, Felix 
Hobbs, John . . 
Barnett, Hiram . 
Crum, John C. . 
Crum, Jesse . 
Chaffin, Nathaniel 
Jarrell, William R. 
Marcum, James . 
Messer, Morgan 
Marard, Lewis . 
Niece, Alexander 
Nelson, Milton . 
Sparks, George W. 
Whitt, Jesse . . 
Fluty, Francis . 
Spence, Alexander 
Pack, Daniel . . 
Nelson, Greenville 
Low, John H. 
Godby, Josephus 
Prince, Van B. . 
Copley, Sylvester 
Pack, George 
Collins, Isaac 
Baisden, Edward 
Thompson, Henry 
Wiley, John N. . 
Haley, William A. 

Transferred. 
Spriggs, Henry C. 
Mosley, Alexander 
Burton, Ira . . 
Summer, Mark . 

Died, 
Johnson, James . 
Johnson, Ira . 
Marcum, John . 
Bartrum, James . 
Horn, Frederick 



Priv., 



Priv., 
Corp'l 
Priv., 



Serg't, 



18 
22 
2] 
L8 

is 
21 
21 

23 
33 
34 
25 
25 
26 
25 
25 
18 
23 
18 
18 
26 
26 
45 
44 
38 
20 
22 
18 
21 
25 
26 
43 
32 
44 
29 
32 
18 

21 

23 

is 
45 

23 

18 

27 
20 
23 



Nov. 1, 1861 

Sept 14, " 

Oct. 2, " 

21, " 

Sept 23, " 

14, " 

14, " 



Sept, 



Oct. 
Sept 



Jan. 

Sept, 



Oct. 
Sept 
Nov. 
Sept, 



14, '< 
14, " 

14, " 
14, 1861 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

1, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, << 

14, " 

14, " 

14, « 

14, " 

10, 1862 

14, 1861 

14, « 

14, << 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

1, 1861 

14, " 

7, " 

14, " 



14, 
14, 
14, 

14, 

14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 



Re-enl'd Dec. 23, '63 
" 23 " 

" Feb. 29,' '64 
" Dec. 25, '63 
" • 25, " 

25, " 
" Feb. 29, '64 



For disability, June 12, 1862, at 
"Wheeling, Va. 

For disability, May 3, 1862. at Wheel- 
ing. Vb. 

For disability. Sept. 28, 1862, at 
Washington, D. C. 

For disability May 3, '62, at Wheel- 
ing, Va. 

For disability Aug. 22, 1862, at Ft. 
McHenn , Ml. 

For disability, May 3rd, 1862, at 
Wheeling, W. Va. 

Pordisability Oct. 9, 1862, at Par- 
kersburg, W. Va. 

For disability March 31, 1862, at 
Wheeling. W. Va. 

For i isability May 3, 1862, at Wheel- 
ng, W. Va. 

For disability May 3, 1862, at Wheel- 
ing, W. Va, 

For disability Nov. 30, 1862, at Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

For disability May 3, '62, at "Wheel- 
ing, W. Va. 

For disability May 3, 1862, at Wheel- 
ing, W. Va. 

For disability Aug. 18, 1862, at Bal- 
timore, Md. 

For disability July 3, 1862, at Par- 
kersburg W. Va. 

For disability, Sept. 20, 1862, at 
Washington, D. C. 

For disability June 12, '62, at 'Wheel- 
ing. W. Va. 

For disability Aug. 28, 1862, at Cum- 
berland, Md 

For disability Aug. 22, 1862, at Fort 
McHenrv. Md. 

For disability March 27, 1868, :it 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

For disability Mav 20, '63, at Charles- 
ton, W. Va. 

For disability June 20, '63, at Camp 
Dennison, Ohio. 

For disability June 26, '62, at Camp 
Dennison, Ohio. 

For disability Aug. 30, 1863, at Gal- 
lipolis. Ohio. 

For disability, Dec. 18, 1863, atGal- 
Upolis, Ohio. 

For disability Oct. 12, 1863, at Gal- 
lipnlis, Ohio. 

,r disability Oct. 12, 1863, at Gal- 
lipolis. Ohio. 

For disability Jan. 13, 1864, at Gal- 
lipolis, Ohio. 

On account of promotion in 45th 
Ky. Infantry. 

To Co. I, 5th W. V. Inf. Nov. 1, '61. 

" K, " "Oc.31,'61 



" V.R.C. Dec. 15/63 



From wounds received at battle of 

Bull Run, Aug. 29, 1862. 
Of fever, July 7, 1862, at Middletown, 

Va. 
Executed by sentence G. C. M. Jan. 

19. 1864, at Gaulev Bridge, W. V. 
Of Measles, Dec. 15, 1861, at Cat- 

lettsburg, Ky. 
March 10, 1862; supposed to have 

been poisoned. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company ".F," Fifth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



123 



Names. 



When m 

into Ben i'' 1 . 



Hensley, Henry W. 
Henkle, George . . 
Calloway, Elijah W. 
Farley, Andrew J. . 

Deserh <./. 
Nelson, Isaac . . 
Prince, William G. . 



Priv. 



32|Sept. 14, 1861 
20 Apl 10, 1863 
22 Oct. 31, 1861 
23Sept. 14, " 

83 Nov. 7, " 

30 Sept. 14, " 



Of Fever, March 9, 1862, at Parkers- 
burg, W. Va. 

Of measles. May 8,1804, at Gaulcy 
Bridge, U". Va. 

Of fever .Feb. 22, 18G2, at Parkers- 
burg, W. Va. 

Shot by Ser. Jno. Marcum. Sept 23, 
1863, at Gauley Bridge, W. Va. 

AtCeredo, W. V., Nov. 29, 1861. 



Aggregate, 118 men. 



Record of Captain James P. Waymefs Company "(?," Fifth Regiment 
West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, showing the changes in said Com- 
pany from the date of organization to the date of muster-out on the 3rd 
day of October, 1864, by Henry C. Feck, Lieut. \ith U. S. Infantry. 
Compiled from the muster-out rolls. 



Xam>'-. 



Kank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Ewing, Thomas J. . 
Murphy, James . . 
Waymer, James P. . 
Swanu, John T. . 
Farmer, Henry C. . 
Johnston, Samuel . 
Leslie, James E. 
Brown, Wesley . . 
Hutchison, David N 
Walter, Emanuel . 
Hutchison, Geo. W. 
Lester, Roberts . . 
Bauss, August . . 
Lewis, Benjamin F. 
Vanham, George . 
Bromfield, Geo. S. . 
Carnahan, Alienous 
Clear, Samuel V. . 
Chadwick, Hiram . 
Duncan, James M. . 
Evans, John W. . . 
Fershu, John . . 
King, Jeremiah M. . 
Lacey, Thomas . . 
Lyons, Jesse . . . 



Lambert, Job 
Lattin, David 



Capt., 


21 


u 


■s> 


a 


20 


IstLt., 


30 


<( 


25 


u 


26 


Serg't, 


19 


tt 


33 


tt 


24 


tt 


27 


Corp'l, 


18 


tt 


23 


tt 


34 


it 


23 


Wag'r 


24 


Priv., 


20 


tt 


23 


it 


24 


ti 


18 


a 


28 


ti 


35 


u 


24 


a 


18 


it 


23 


it 


20 


Priv. 


30 


<( 


28 



Sept. 
Sept 



July 
Sept. 



2, 1861 

8, 1863 

2, 1861 



1862 
1861 



Sept. 



16, 
2 

2, 
2, 
2, 
2, 
2, 
2, 
9 

2, 

9 
*•) 

2, 
2, 
2, 
2, 

9 

^i 

9 
"\ 

9 

^i 
9 



5, 1861 

2; " 



Resigned Jan. 3, '63. 

Pro. from 2d Lt. to Cap., Jan. 3, '63. 

Dismissed the service April 6, '63. 
Pro. from 1st Ser. to 2d Lt. Jan. 3,'63. 

Pro. from 2d Lt. to Cap. Sep. 8, "63. 

Resigned Feb. 7, '62. 

Pro. from 1st Ser. to 1st Lt., Feb. 7, 
'62. Resigned May 14, 1SB3. 

Pro. from Ser. in Co. H, to 1st Lt., 
July 10, '62, ass'd Co. G, Sep. 20,'63. 

Promoted to 1st Serg't, May 30, 1864. 



Prisoner of TVar since Nov. 5, 1863. 
Taken at Summerville, W. Va. 



Sentenced by G. C. M. to forfeit six 
months pay, and to be confined at 
bard labor, with ball and chain 
attached to the left ankle, for six 
months, for desertion; wounded in 
left thigh at BuU Kun, Aug. 29, '62. 



124 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "G," Fifth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Nam.-. 



Rank. 



When musteri d 
into isii \ ice. 



Remarks. 



Mitcbel, William 
Miller, John C. . 
Price, Archibald 

Smith, Peter . . 
Ray, Benjamin . 
Stewart, Richard 

Shoop, Payton D. 

Veterans, 
White, Alfred F. 
Alshire, Allen . 
Coplin, William F. 
Conn, Lee . . . 
Duncan, James P. 
Elliott, James A. 
Friend, Henry . 
Hensley, William 
Leasure, David . 
Lacev, Barnett . 
Mitchel, John S. 
Nance, Aaron . 
Price, Edmund . 
Stewart, Mitchel 
Sexton, Paschal . 
Waymer, Andrew 
Ward, James S. . 
White, James . 

Recruits, 
Ray, Joseph . . 
Alshire, William 
Blankenship, W. H 
Bryan, Harrison 
Bryan, Johnson . 
King, Alma K. . 
Lively, Samuel . 
Lewis, James 
Lewis, Benjamin F 
Prince, James M. 
Ward, Harris 

Discharged. 
Luther, John F. 
Blankenship, Hiram 
Bocock, William 
Bayard, Silas 
King, John . . 
Lockwood, Jacob 



iPriv. 



Sept. 



2, 1861 
2, " 



18 Sept. 5, 18G1 

26 2, " 



jSerg't, 

!Priv. 



Corp'l 
Priv., 



Priv., 

Mus'n, 
Priv., 



37 

21 Sept, i 

21 I 26, 

18 14, 

35;Oct. 

21 Sept. 

18 

23 



Wounded at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 29, 
1862, in face and hand. Lost two 
Bngei -:. 



Sentenced by G. C. If. to forfeit six 

months pay, and to work out his 
term of service with ball B 
attached to his leg, then to be dis- 
honorably discharged the service. 



Oct. 

Sept. 
Oct. 



25 

24 

18 

18 Sept 

30 

2] 

23 

19 

21 

20 

23 



2 

i 

18, 

2 

2 



1861 



1861 



1, 

5, 

2 

3, 

5, 
Oct. 19, 

Sept. 2, 



is 
22 
19 
21 
18 
21 
L8 
18 
L9 
32 
20 

23 
40 
23 
25 
35 
25 



Oct. 



Jan. 



Aug, 
Jan. 



Mar. 



16, 1862 

2, 1861 
o <i 

\% 1863 
19, " 
21, 1863 

26, 1863 
25, " 
1, " 



Re-enl'd Feb. 15, '64. 

" Dec. 25, '63. 
25, " 

" Feb. 15, '64. 

" Dec. 25, '63. 
25, " 
25, " 
25, " 
25, " 
25, " 

" 20 " 

'* Feb. 15', '64. 
15, " 

" 15 " 

" Dec. 25', '63. 

" Feb. 15, '64. 
15, " 
15, " 

Not mustered out. 



Sept. 



1861 



Sept. 2, 1861 



Not mustered out. 



liar. 12, iso;!, at Graftou, Ta. i"r 
disability . 

1 53, at Baltimore, Md., for 
tility. 
Feb. 13, ls'ta. Place not known. 

62, at Ft McHeury, Md., 
for disability. 
Ot. 1:1 1863, at Ft McHenry, Md., for 

disability. 
March s, '63, »| Washington, D. C.j 
on account of wounds "received at 
Bull Run, Aug. 29, 1SC2, 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "(?," Fifth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






Karnes. 


Rank. 


< 




Rem 


Layne, Lindsey . . 


Priv. 


■1\ 








Mann, John H. . . 


(i 


O,, 


Sept. 


2, 1861 


bllily. 


Parsons, Franklin . 


u 


10 




2 " 


'arkersburg, W. Va 
ibility. 


Sexton, Levi . . . 


ii 


is 




2 " 


•: :ishington, D. C; 


Southerland, David 


<< 


42 




i - 


Street, Jeremiah . 


" 


].", 




9 ii 

— • 


Nciv. is. I862at Washington, D. C; 
ibility. 


Transfi m ■/. 












Downtain, James G. 


Serg't, 


is 




2 " 


Pro. to Serg't Major, May 30, 18C4. 


Chappell, Geo. W. . 


u 


■VI 




o 


ToV.R.C.Decl.V '63 


Turley, Charles H. . 


Mus'n, 


L8 


Mar. 


8, 1SG3 


Pro. to principal Mus'n Mar. 1, (,l. 


Barns, William . . 


Priv., 


-I, 


_ 


_ 


To Co. K, Xov. 29, 61 


Crooks, George . . 


I! 


IS 


_ 


_ 


,< u 29j i. 


Davis, James 0. . . 


11 


L'S 


Sept. 


2, 1861 


<i ,i 


Defoe, James . . . 


II 




_ 


_ 


39, " 


Dearmy, William . 


11 


is 


_ 


_ 


« <i og ii 


Hatten, Jasper . . 


II 


1*,) 


_ 


_ 


Comm'd and trans, to 45th Reg't Ky 
Infantry. 


Mann, George W. . 


II 




Sept. 


2, 1861 


ToV.'R.C.Decl5'63 


Pierce, William . . 


If 


L9 


_ 


_ 


" Co. H, Nov. 29/61 


Runyan, George . . 


II 


23 


_ 


_ 


" V.R. C.Dec 15/63 


Triplett, Joseph . . 


II 


19 


Sept. 


2, 1861 


<: Co. H, Nov 29,'61 


Died, 












Ferguson, Julius P. 


Corp'l, 


is 




18, " 


Killed in action July 21, 1864 at Win 

. Va. 


Earles, John N. . . 


a 


I'M 




O ii 


•Tan. 20. 1862 at his homo in Wayne 
('... W. Va. 


Debran, Andrew J. 


i< 


L9 




2 " 


March 1, lbGl in prison at Richm'd- 
Captun 


Elliott, Richard 


Priv., 


42 




2 " 


April 20, 1862 at New Creek, Va. 


Hursemon, John . 


" 


■l-l 


_ 




March 20, 1862 at Xew Creek, Va. 


Keeser, James . . 


" 


IS 


Sept. 


2, 1861 


Killed Sept. 20, 1863, in Greenbrier 


Kiermisan, C. J. . 


a 


30 




2 ■< 


at Parole Camp, Annap- 


Staffon, Thomas 


it 


11 




9 « 


Killed in action June 8, 1862 at Cross 
Keys, Va. 


Deserted, 












Bocock, Rudolph . 


Priv., 


25 


Sept. 


2, 1861 


May 21, '63, at camp Whit.', Va 


Chandler, Benjamin 


it 


is 


_ 


_ 


Jan. 28, '03, from Ceredo, W V 


Garland, Perry . . 


i: 


2\ 


Sept. 


2, 1861 


Jan. 25, '63, ■■ " 


Galloway, John . . 


ii 




_ 


_ 


ur?, WV 


Hansley, Willey . 


ii 


20 


Sept. 


2, 1861 


1 '63, from Ceredo, W.V 


Hansley, William . 


ii 


18 


_ 


_ 


Jan. 23, '03, " " 


Lyons, James T. 


u 


24 


Sept. 


2, 1861 


Jan. 2, '63, " " 


Lewis, Hugh . . 


ii 


19 




2 " 


3Iay8, '63, at Petersburg, VI V 


Baulins, Marshal . 


u 


19 




2, " 


Dec. 15, '62, from Ceredo, W V 


Stewart, Andrew 


ii 


22 


_ 


- 


May 2, '63, tte, W V 








106 men. 





126 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Record of 'C 'apt. Henry Kenderlie 's Company "27," Fifth Regiment West Ya. 
Infantry Volunteers, showing the changes in said company from the date of 
organization to the date of muster-out, on the 21st day of September, 1864, 
by Lieut. Henry C. Peck, 14th U. S. Infantry. Compiled from the muster- 
out rolls. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mu^tpred 
intoservica. 



Remarks. 



Kenderlie, Henry . 
Dixon, William . . 
Johnston, Samuel . 
McCullough, Samuel 

Jones, Samuel . 
Bicker, Henry . 
Meyers, Charles H 
Price, Walter 
Parks, Samuel . 
Telginer, Emil . 
Charlton, John . 
Smith, Andrew . 
Benz, Adam 
Bicker, Anthony 
Charlton, Thomas 
Davis, James 
Evick, William 
Edwards, David 
Jones, John L. 
Jones, Richard 
Morgan, David 
Morgan, William 
Morris, David 
Harris, Alfred 
Pemberton, Solomon 
Schmidt, Frank . 
Stephenson, Hugh 
Thomas, Thomas G-. 

Missing. 
Warren William 
Llewellyn, William 
Weger, Joseph . 
Osborne, Thomas 

Recruits, 
Fuller, Richard A. 
Christian, James 
Bryant, Daniel . 
Hollenback, John 
Jones, John C. . 
Sweeney, Daniel 
Webb, Levi . . 
Willis, Greenbury 
Dean, Samuel . 

Veterans, 
Barns, William . 



Capt., 
1st Lt. 



2d Lt. 
Serg't, 



Corp'l, 

it 
Priv. 



30lDec. 

44 _ 
29 i July 
24 _ 



Corp'l, 
Priv., 



Serg't 
Priv. 



29 

43 

28 

36 

41 

32 

21 

28 

21 

29 

20 

31 

21 

36 

21 

24 

26 

26 

44 

21 

28 

39 

3] 

35 

41 
21 
48 
37 

30 
22 
46 
19 

41 
■lo 
20 
19 

20 

20 



Mar. 
Sept 



1861 
1862 

1862 
1861 



July 
Aug. 
July 



21, 
16, 

21, 
14, 
14, 
16, 
14, 
16, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
15, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
16, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
16, 
14, 

14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 



18, 1863 

19, " 
30, " 
25, " 
19, " 



Aug. 

July 14, 1863 

Sept. 14, 1861 



Appointed 1st Lt. Sept. 14, 1861; pro- 
moted to Capt. Dec. 1, 1861. 

Appoin'd IstLt. Dec. 21, 'til; pro. to 
Cap. andass'd to Co. I. J'v 10, '62. 

Pro from Ser. July 10, '62, and as- 
signed to Co. F, June 20, 1863. 

Attached to Gen. AveriM's staff) ass'd 
to this Co. June 20, '63; discharged 
(let. 15, 1864. 

Appointed 2d Lt. Dec. 3, 1864. 



Wounded in left arm June 8, 1862, at 
Cross Keys, Va. 



In action July 24, 1864, at 'Winches- 
ter. Left wounded on field. 

In action June 18, 1864, at Lynch- 
burg, Va. Left wounded on field. 

In action July 24, 1864, at Winches- 
ter, Va. Left wounded on field. 

Prisoner of War since Nor. 1, 1863. 
Taken on Oauley River, W. Va. 



Not mustered out. 



Re-enlisted Dec. 24, 1863. Wounded 
in the left arm July 24, 1864, at 
Wiuctiester. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "//," Fifth Regiment IlffmOry— Continued. 



127 



Nam.--. 



Kiiuk. 



When mustered 
into Nci -\ L< e. 



Blankenskip, John 
Dufoe, James 

Furgusson, Jesse 
Holland, Frank 
Moiers, Abijah . 
Schultz, Jacob . 
Stohwasser, A. . 
Triplet, Joseph . 
Bailey, Anderson 

Crooks, George . 

Johnston, James 

Seites, John . . 

Died, 
Flinn, Morris 
Lentz, John . 
McGrath, John 
Dennison, James 
Stark, John . 

Miller, Charles 
Discharged. 
Duncan, Joseph 
Boyd, Mortimer 
Gebhardt, John 
Morgan, David W. 
Whitt, Solomon K. 
Barthel, Frederick 
Heinrich, Gottleib 
Dearmy, William 
"Weirig, Anthony 
Parks, Adam 
Morris, Richard 
Hobbs, W. H. . 

Berkes, Adam . 
Evans, William . 

Transferred. 
Hailey, Talbot . 
McCuilough, Sam'l 
Carnahan, AlonzO 

Deserted, 
Hopkins, William 
Anderson, Henry 
Pierce, William . 



Priv. 



Corp'l, 
Priv., 



Corp'l. 
Priv. 



IT 



Sept 



Mar. 
Sept, 

Oct. 
Sept 
Nov. 



14, 

16, 

14, 
14, 
16, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
22, 

14, 

91 
21. 



1861 



1862 

1861 



1861 



Sept. 14, 1861 
14, " 
14, " 
14, " 
14, " 



Sept. 14, 1861 
Sept 



Sept. 



14, 


1861 


14, 


CI 


14, 


(( 


14, 


" 


14, 


" 


14, 


1861 


14, 


" 



Remarks. 



14, 
14, 



14, « 
Sept. 14, 1861 



Re-enl'd Mar. 17, '64 

Ke-enlistcd Jan. 15, 1864; wounded 
in both thighs June 8, 1862, at 
Cross h 

Re-enl'd Dec. 24,' 63 

(I U (I II 

Mar. 17, '64 
Dec. 24, '63 
Jan. 15, '64 
Dec. 24, '63 

Re-enl'd. Ian. 15,1864. Wound- 
ed June 18, 1864, at Lynch- 
burg. Left on tli'- Held. 

Re 'jii'il Dec. 24, '63; wounded 
June 18, 1864, at Lynchburg ; 
left on the field. 

Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. Wounded 
June 18, 1864, at Lynchburg; 
[efl on the field. 

Re-enl'd Jan. 15. '64. Wounded 
July 24, 1864, at Winchester; 
left on the field. 

Killed in action June8, 1862, at 

Cross Keys, Va. 
Killed in action Juno 8, '62, at 

Gross Keys, Va. 
Killed in action June 8, '62, at 

Cross Keys, Va. 
Killed in action June 8, '62, at 

Cross Keys, Va. 
Killed in action Aug. 29, '62, at 

Bull Run. Va. 
Sept. 15, 1862, at the nospital, 

Fort McHenry Md. 

By order Col. Zeigler, for mi- 
nority ; was never mustered. 

By order Col. Zeigler, for mi- 
nority ; was never mustered. 

Aug. 22/62; disab'y. 

Aug. 24, '62, for disability; nev- 
er mustered. 

Nov. 17, '62, at Washington, D. 
C, for disability. 

Nov. 11, 1862, at Ft. McHenry, 
Md., for disability. 

Jan. 3, 1862. at Ceredo, Va., 
for disability. 

Retained by civil authority Jan. 3 
'63 at Ironton, Lawrence Co. O. 

Jan. 3, 1863 at Ceredo, Va., for 
disability. 

Jan. 5, 1863 at Ceredo, Va.. for 
disab'y. Never mustered in. 

For disability, at Ft. McHen- 
ry. Md. 

Apr 1 17, '63, at Annapolis, Md. 
Wounded in ankle at Bull 
Run, Aug. 29, 1862. 

Retained by civil authority, 
Oct. 4, '63, at Pomeroy, 0. 

For disability. 

To Co. K by order Col. Zeigler. 

By reason of promotion. 

To Regt'l Non-com. officers' 
staff, Hosp. Steward. 

Immediately after enlistment, 

at Ceredo. W. Va. 
Immediately after enlistment, 

at Ceredo, W. Va. 
Trans, from Co. G, but never 

reported himself. 



128 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company U H,"' Fifth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. 






< 


Priv., 


■2-2 




18 


u 


18 


!< 


25 




. >n 




•J-l 


Corp'l, 


33 


Priv., 


36 



When mustered 

into service. 



Remarks. 



Hay don, William . 
Bennett, Ezekiel . 
Stabelton, William 
Martin, James . . 
Coleman, Weinreith 
Gallespie, Thomas . 
McGowan, Joseph . 



Sept. 14, 1861 



Sept. 14, 1861 

Sept. 14, 1861 
14, " 



AtMoorefield, April 19, 1S62. 

Aug. 29,'62, at Bull Run, Va- 

From Hosp'l at Parkersburg, 

Va. 
At Ceredo. Va., Nov. 18, 1862. 

At Ceredo, Feb. 12, 1863. 

At Ceredo, Feb. 24, 1863. 

At Ceredo, April 14, 1863. 



Aggregate, 87 men. 



Record of Captain Wm. J. Dixon's Company "/," Fifth Regiment West Ya. 
Volunteer Infantry, {three years service,) showing the changes in said Com- 
pany from the date of organization to the date of muster-out on the 4th day 
of October, 1864, by Lieut. Henry C. Peck, 14th U. S. Infantry. Compiled 
from the muster-out rolls. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Miles, Francis M. 
Dixon, William J. 
Wood, Jonathan 
Walcott, Henry H. 
Hawes, Allen B. 
McBride, James D. 
Zeigler, William A 
Neal, Robert 
Spencer, James . 
McDowell, Jacob 
Pennington, H. . 
Borders, Martin 
Childers, Wesley 
Johnston, Thomas 
Jones, Herman . 
Richardson, Thomas 
Shanon, Andrew 
Sick, Robert . . 
Preston, Judge F. 
Tumbrill, Richard 
Vaughn, James . 

Recruits, 
Boothe, Ellis 
Cation, AVashington 
Calvin, Clark 
Chance, Henry . 
Childers, John A. 
Dyer, Patrick 



Capt., 
1st Lt. 
2d Lt, 



Serg't, 
Corp'l, 

Mus'n, 
Priv., 



Oct. 17, 1862 



Sept. 
Ap'l 
Mar. 
Sept. 



14, 
10, 
22, 
14! 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 



1861 
1862 
1863 
1861 



Res'd June 16, 1862. 

Pro. from 1st Lt. Co. H to Capt. July 
10 1862. Assigned to Co. I. 

Resigned March 14, 1862. 
Pro. from Priv. to 1st Lt. April 1862. 
Died July 1864, at Webster, O. 

Resigned in March 1862. 

App'd 2d Lt. April 10 1862 from civ- 
il life. Resigned Jan. 8 1*63. 

Appointed 2d Lt. from Priv. March 
22, 1863. 



33 Oct 
33 



1, " 
Aug. 13, 1863 
Sept. 26, 1861 
Aug. 13, 1863 
34:Oct. 1, 1861 
18 1, " 



Not mustered out. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "I," Fifth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



129 



Flack, Robert 
Halterman, Seth 
l/uvtherback, W. 
Lawtherback, Perr 
Lawtherback, C. 
McCall, James 
Mead, Henry K 
Mores, James 
Martin, David 
Pack, George AV 
Spriggs, Franks 
Slaughter, Martin 
Wilson, Edward 
Munyan, Amazia 
Grlausner, Nicholas 
Secrist, Alexander 

Veterans, 
McKnight, William 
Frailev, AVilliara 
Griffith Richard C. . 

Morgan, Edward . 

O'Bryan, John . . 

Preston, Morgan . 

Rollins, Anthony . 

Spencer, William H 

Talbot, James . . 

Townsell, James 

Wooden, George 

Marshal, John AV. . 

Price, AVilliam J. . 
Died. 

Bussey, AVilliam 

Ferguson, Elisha 

Craft, John P. . . 

Littlejohu, Joseph 

Parker, James . . 

Spencer, Henry 

Sturgel, James . . 

Slaughter, Emanuel 

Spradlin, Thomas . 

Front, Noah . . . 

Rice, Monterville . 

Wells, James . . 

McCordal, Owen . 

Peacemaker, Mich'l 
Discharged, 

Borders, Hezekiah . 

McVay, James . . 
17 



Rank. 



Priv., 



When m 
into Ben ice. 



Remarks. 



Fifer, 

Serg't, 
Priv., 



Corp'l, 



Priv., 



Serg't, 
Priv., 



Cor pi, 
Priv. 



Priv. 
Serg't, 



Oct. 1, 1861 

1, " 

Sept. 22, " 
Oct. 1, " 
Aug. 13, 1863 
June 24, " 
Jan. 1, 1862 
1, 1861 
1, 1862 
1, 1861 
1, " 
1, " 
13, 1863 
1, 1861 
1, " 
1, " 



Oct. 
Jan. 
Oct. 



Aug 
Oct. 



Feb. 1, 
Oct. 1, 

Sept. 14, 
14, 



31 
L9 

21 

:;i 

20 
22 
in 
L8 
35 
21 

L'l 

22 
32 

22 
30 
19 

20 
21 
29 
34 
26 
19 
21 
34 
18 
21 
22 
26 
18 

20 

21 

27 

26 

18 

L9 

28 

22 

23 

22 

19 

21 

39 

21 



23 Sept. 14, 
42 



Not mustered out. 



1862 
1861 





14, 


Oct. 


1, 




1, 




1, 




1, 




1, 


Sept 


1!, 
14, 




14, 


Oct. 


1, 


Sept 


14, 
14, 


Oct. 


1, 


Sept. 
Oct. 


14, 
1, 


Sept. 
Oct. 


14, 
1, 




1, 




1, 




1, 


Sept. 14, 
Oct. 1, 


Jan. 


1, 



1861 



Missing. Not mustered out. 



Re-enl'd Dec. 24, '63 
24, " 
" Jan. 15, '64 
15, " 



15, 
24, 
15, 



Dec 

Jan 

Dec. 24^ 
24 
21 

Jan. 15, 



'63 
'64 
'63 



'64 

Re-cnl d Jan. 15 1864 at Gallipolis, 

O. Sick. 
Re-enl'd Doc. 2 ( 1863. bounded in 

left shoulder at Bull Run, Va. 



Dec. 19, 1862. 



Oct. l'i l-i',i at Ceredo, Va. 
(< i Killed in action June S 1 s(j2 at Cross 
. Va. 
1 Qftl iKilled in action July 21, 1861, 
" LO,J - L at Winchester, Va. 

" Killed in action June 18, 1S64, 
I at Lynchburg, Va. 
Mar. 17, '62,at New Creek, Va. 

Mar. 19, '62, at Parkersbnrg. 

Washington, D. C. of wounds ree'd at 

Bull Run Aug. 29 1862. 
Killed in action July 21, 1864, 

at Winchester, Va. 
Killed inaction Aug. 29, 1862, 

at Bull Run, Va. 
Mar. 1, '62, at Catlettsburg Ky 

Dec. 19, '61, at Parkersburg, Va 
Feb. 15, '63, at Ashland, Ky. 
At Strasburg, Va. 



Dis. May 22, '62, for disability. 
July 5, '62, " " 



130 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "I," Fifth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
into Berrice. 



Remarks. 



Lyon, Humberson 
White, Francis J. 
Coborn, Jacob . 
Goodwin, Charles 
Goosney, William 
McLure, Mordecai 
Marshall, Moses M 
Miller, Adison 
Moody, John 
Meek, Madison 
Mathews, John 
Natress, John 
Pennington, Isaac G. 
Ramsey, Thomas 
Redenford, Elliott 
Rollins, Ruben . 
Shelton, William 

Transferred. 
Eba, William . 
Preston, Hamilton 

Deserted, 
Adkins, Calvin . 
Griffit, Meredith 
Harrison, George S 
Likens, Michael 
Rice, Greenville 
Rose, Edward S. 
Spencer, William 
Sprigs, Henry C. 
Sulivan, Prior . 
Vaughn, John . 
Vest, Morman . 
Gosney, Thomas 

Aggregate,— 



Priv. 
Corp' 
Priv. 



Priv. 



Corp'l, 
IPriv. 



Corp'l 
Priv. 



Oct. 
Sept 

Oct. 



Sept. 14, 1861 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

1, " 

14, " 

14, " 

1, " 

1, " 

14, " 

1, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 



29 

43 

20 
23 

23 
25 
43 

38 
35| 

28;Sept 
18 Oct. 
22 Sept 



Oct. 



20 Sept, 
18 



Oct. 

Sept. 

Jan. 



18 
20 
35 
33 

18 Oct. 
38 Nov. 
24 Sept 
22 
38 

19 Sept. 
18 
21 



14, 
14, 

1, 

14, 

1, 

1, 

1, 

1, 

14, 

14, 

14, 

4, 

14, 



1862 
1861 



1863 
1861 



Dis. July 4, '62, for disability. 

Disch'd May 22, '62 
Feb. 16, '63 
Aug 12, '62 
Oct. 1, " 
9, " 
July 5, " 
May 22, " 
July 12, " 
Oct. 1, " 
30, " 
June 26, '63 
" date unknown. 
May 6, '62 
" 22 " 

22,' '63 
" ^2 '62 

To non comm. staff (Serg Maj.) 

To V. R. C. 

Dec. 9, '61, at Ceredo, W. Va. 
Feb. 12, '63, at " " 

March '63, at " " 

May 10, '62, at Moorefield W.V 
Oct. '62, at Ceredo, W. Va. 
July 21, '61, at Winchester, Va 
July in, '64, at Charleston, Va. 
July 10, '64, at " " 

At Ceredo, immediately after 

enlisting. 
June 18, '61, at Lynchburg, Va 
July 24, '64, at Winchester, Va 
June 18, '64, at Lynchburg, Va. 

103 men. 



Record of Capt. Alfred F. Cumpston's Co. "K," Fifth Regiment W. Va. Inf. 
Volunteers, {three years service,) showing the changes in said Company from 
the date of organization to the date of muster-out, on the 3d day of October, 
1864, by Lieut. Henry C. Feck, 14th U. S. Inf. Compiled from the muster- 
out rolls. 



Names. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Cumpston, Alfred F, 
Enochs, William F. 
McCullougb, S. M. 
Bazell, James B. 



Capt. 38 
lstLt.,22 

" 124 
2d Lt.,|23 



Nov. 6, 1861 

A n rr 10 ~\ QftO Pr°- t0 lst Lt. from ranks April 19, 

AUg. ±<J, J.OUZ;| 1662. Transferred from Co. F. 

l"V.f ^ 1 Oft I Pro. to Capt. Aug. 17, 1863. Trans- 

KJLb. O, XOU1 fcrredtoCo. D. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "A'," Fifth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



131 



Nam.-. 



Rank. 



\\ hi 11 must red 

int. i -. I \ i' 8. 



Remarks. 



Clay, John M. . 
Moore, Slantford 
Cumpston, John . 
Burch, Chester . 
( 'art ner, John M. D. 
Hack worth, Jesse 
Harshberger, P. C. 
Haley, Tolbert . 
More. Martin 
Peyton, William 
Rice, Samuel . . 
Rice, Hiram . . 
Stevens, Randle . 
Spry, John . . 

Recruits, 
Layne, Samuel F. 
Allen, John L. . 
Bazell, Willy G-. 
Clay, William E. 
Dunn, William B. 
Chambers, William 
Allen, Joshua . 
Allen, James 
Allen, William F. 
Ash worth, Wm. H. 
Anderson, Wm. . 
Baker, John L. . 
Brickey, William 
Cumpston, Wm. W 
Cumpston, Jacob 
Chambers, James 
Chambers, Richard 
Crawford, John . 
Cardwell, ManoahU. 
Carver, James M. 
Fields. Richard . 
Fields, Russell . 
Gossell, James . 
Galaspie, John . 
Hackwith, James 
Haymond, Hiram 
Herritz, John 
Insco, Eruza . . 
Insco, Henry 
Justice, Robert . 
Justice, William 
Layne, William C. 
Layne, James H. 



2dLt., 

Serg't, 
Wag'r 

Priv., 



1st Sei 



Corp'l, 



Priv. 



11 
29 
23 
19 
22 
40 
21 

L9 

■i-i 
■i-i 

28 
26 
35 
19 

23 
26 
32 
31 
44 
19 
22 
20 
21 
19 
18 
19 
20 
20 
18 
18 
18 
30 
43 
30 
28 
18 
33 
18 
26 
18 
20 
19 
l 1 .' 
18 
21 
30 
21 



Sept. 7, 1863 
1 1. 1861 
Aug. 20, " 
Sept. 1, " 

July 20, " 

Sept 1, 1861 

1, " 

Aug. 21, " 

Sept. 15, " 

28, " 

18, " 

Aug. 12, " 



1862 

1863 
1861 



Feb. 


20, 


Ap'l 


1, 


Feb. 


6, 


Oct. 


8, 




13, 


July 


24, 


Sept. 


1, 


Jan. 


o 
O, 




12, 


Feb. 


10, 


Sept. 


1, 


Feb. 


20, 




10, 


Nov. 


9 


Feb. 


o 


Jan. 


3, 


Feb. 


1, 


Ap'l 


2 


July 


28, 


Jan. 


2, 


Oct. 


8, 


Feb. 


12, 


June 


18, 


July 


24, 


Sept. 


1, 


Feb. 


10, 


Oct. 


8, 


Jan. 


9 


Mar. 


1, 


July 


24, 



Pro. from 1st Lt. to 2d Lt., Aug IT, 

1863. 
Wounded in foot at Wiuch. 

July 21, 1864. 



Wounded in arm at Lynchlmrg, Va. 
June 18 1864. 



Missing In action near Winchester, 
July -J4, 1864. 



Wounded in leg at Winchester, Va., 
July U, 1864. 



Not mustered out, 



1863 



1862 
1863 



1863 



1862 
1863 



132 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "A'," Fifth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Nanus. 



•pi. & When mustered 
<! into service. 



Remarks. 



Wainard, AVilliarn S. 
Mobley, James 
Moore, William 
Moore, Samuel 
Moore, Austin 
Moore, Lemuel 
Moore, Clark 
Osburn, Hiram F. 
Pemberton, Clinton 
Pancake, Isaac . 
Pancake, Phillip 
Powell, John M. 
Rice, Charles 
Reed, Phillip . 
Sperry, William . 
Stephens, Jesse P. 
Thompson, Thos. J. 
White, William . 
Lunceford, Peter 

Veterans, 
Johnson, And. J. 
Rainwater, Rob'tW 
Clay, William H. 
Dawson, James M. 
Adams, Lewis . 
Bazell, Elias H. . 
Burton, Ira . . 
Burks, Matthew G. 
Coffman, Perry . 
Cumpston, And. J. 
Day, Friley . . 
Fradd, John . . 
Hackwith, Wm. P 
Insco, James . . 
Insco, William . 
Justice, William F 
Kenny, John S. . 
Lambert, Bennett 
Pancake, Henry 
Pulley, John . . 
Rice, David . . 
Reed, John D. . 
Riggs, James G. 

Discharged. 
Williams, McConnel 
Aleshire, Michael . 
Adkins, Pleasants A. 
Buncham, William . 



-riv.. 



Serg't, 
Corp'l, 



Pr 



IV., 



Corp'l, 
Priv., 



30 

24 
20 
29 
22 
24 

25 

27 
3° 
22 
L8 
18 
30 
23 
18 
23 
18 
18 

22 
27 
is 
22 
18 
18 
28 
40 
18 
18 
18 
25 
22 
24 
35 
19 
18 
28 
19 
18 
18 
23 
27 

26 

40 
27 
133 



2, 1863 Not mustered 
10, " 



Oct 

Jan 

June 18, " 

Oct. 14, 1861 

25 " 
July 24^ 1863 

24 " 
Oct. 15,' 1861 

15 " 
July 24^ " 
Oct. 8, " 
Mar. 2, 1863 
Nov. 1, 1861 
Oct. 8, " 

22 " 
Mar. 4,' 1863 
Oct.' 22, 1861 



out. 



Sept. 13, 

Oct. 20, 

Aug. 12, 

12, 

Jan. 8, 

Feb. 20, 

Aug. 20, 

10, 

15, 

14, 

Sept, 11, 

Oct. 14, 

L 

8, 

22 

7, 

Feb. 6, 

Sept 15, 

15, 

Nov. 13, 

Aug. 14, 

Oct. 8, 

Sept 10, 



Sept. 
Oct. 



1861 

U 

u 

1862 
1861 

Cf 

1861 

a 

1 1 

1861 



Re-enl'd Dec. 24, '63 

Ee-cnl a Dec. 21. 1863. Wounded at 
Berryville, Sept. 3, 1861. 

Re-enl'd Dec. 24, '63 

24, " 
" 24 " 

< : Feb. 24,' '64 
" Dec. 24, '63 
" 24, " 

Re-enl'd Pec. 24, 1863. Deserted July 

in. im;i. 

Re-enl'd Feb. 15, '64 

Re-enl'd Dec, 24, '64, under arrest at 
Cumberland, Md., for desertion. 

Re-enl'd Jan. 28, '64. 
Dec. 24, " 
24, '63. 

Re-enl'd Dec. 24, '63. Missing in ac- 
tion at Lynchburg, Juno B, '64. 

Re-enl'd Dec. 24, '63. 

Feb. 29, '64. 

Dec. 24, '63. 

24, " 

24, " 
'< 04. " 

Feb. 1/64. 
Dec. 24, '63. 

Aug. 15. lS62at Frederick, Md., tor 

disability. 
Oct 1,1862, at Washington, D. C, 

lor disal.ilitv. 
Jan. 27. 1863, at Cullipolis, Ohio, for 

disability. 
Lug. 15, 1862 at Frederick, Md, for 

disability. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "A"," Fifth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



133 



Names. 



Bannett, Oliver . . 
Bowlen, Emmett . 
1 ' i moons', Joseph . 
Kingry, George W. 
Ludwick, Thomas . 
McConnis, Ralph . 

Morley, Alamander 

Row, Elisha . . . 

Smith, Ephraim . . 

Webb, Milton . . 

Wolfe, David B. . 

.Davey, Pethnick . 
Transferred, 

Charlton, Thomas . 

Chon, Sigmund . . 

Cooley, Calvin C. . 

Collins, Aids . . . 

Cooley, Oliver H. P. 

Crozier, James G. . 

Collins, Samuel A. . 

Ewing, Enoch M. . 

Edzington, Robert . 

Kimbolt, Uriah . . 

Lang, Alex. M. . . 

May, William C. . 

Peyton, William F. 

Peyton, Townsend . 

Traber, Oliver C. . 

Thomas, Edward H 

Williams, John F. . 

Wilkins, Edward . 
Died, 

Waller, Colman B. . 
Dyer, Thomas . . 
Cornwell, Willis . 
Keiley, John . . . 
Shortridge, John . 
Windle, William . 

Deserted, 
Adkins, Joseph . . 
Carnes, John 
Dunn, Foster . . 
Dunn, Enos . . . 
Farris, Benjamin . 
Insco, Henry . . 
Lunceford, Solomon 
Parsons, Daniel . . 
Fackett, William . 



Bank. 



Priv., 



1st Sgt 
Corp'l, 
Priv., 



31 
is 
18 
19 
32 
25 
25 
II 
is 
18 
26 
30 

18 

18 

35 

IS 

29 

29 

27 

12 

25 

31 

31 

35 

22 

26 

2 1 

30 

22 

18 



\\ hen m 

into Si 



Remarks. 



for disability, 
rune I lamp Dcnnison, for 

63 by writ of babca3 cor- 

June 20, 1862 at Strasburg, Va., for 

March 15, I ton, D. C. 

for <ti a 

rederick, Md., ror 
ility. 

62 at 'Washington, D. C, 
for disability 
Dishonorab! ntence of 

• l M., March 27, 1864. 
By writ of habeas corpus. March 21, 

1863. 
\"--. 15, 1862 at Frederick, Md., tor 

disability. 
Sept. 7. 1 i. promotion 

ivalry. 

motion to 
1st Lt. andAdj't. 



Feb. 20, 18G2 



Aug. 14, 18G1 



To Co 


H, 


Jan. 


1,'62 


To 


i;. . 


i'l Band, 


Nov. 6, 1861. 


(1 




" 






G, " 


u 




CI 






6, " 

6, " 


i( 
it 
it 
ii 
ii 
ii 

ii 
ii 
it 
ii 
ii 




II 
(I 

II 
II 
II 
II 
11 
(I 
II 

II 
It 






G, " 
G, " 
6, " 
6, " 
6, " 
G, « 
G, " 
G, " 
6, " 
6, " 
G, " 
G, " 
G, " 



Feb. 5, 1863 



Killed in action June 18, 1864 at 

Lynchburg, Va. 
Killed in action June 11, 

Lexington, Va. 
Killed in action Aug. 30, 1SG2 at Bull 

Bun, Va. 
KilledJuio' i i tbnrg, Va. 

Dec. 24, 1861 at Parkersburg, Va. 

Jan 23, 1864 at Loup Creek, Va. 



March 15, 18G2 at Piedmont, \ 

June 20, 18G2 at Sew Creek, Va. 

July 10, ls-Gi at Charleston, W. Va. 

June 16, '63 at Pt Pleasant, W. Va. 

April 15, 1S62 at Piedmont, Va. 

Jan. 1, 1863 at Ceredo, Va. Arrested 

■ aiting trial. 
Dec. 15, 1862 at Ceredo, Va. 

I Not. 15, 18G1 at Ceredo, Va. 
June 16, 1863 at Point Pleasant, Va. 



Aggregate. 117 men. 



134 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Memoranda: — This regiment was organized at Ceredo, Va., 
during the months of July and August, 1861, and was mustered in- 
to the United States service on the 18th day of October, 1861 ; was 
engaged in scouting the Kanawha Valley, giving protection to the 
loyal citizens, and succeeded in driving out of that country the force 
of rebels who were occupying it and recruiting for the rebel ar- 
mies. On the 10th of December the regiment was ordered to Par- 
kersburg, Va. Stonewall Jackson was at this time approaching 
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. A principal part of the regi- 
ment was sent to New Creek, Va.. and in the month of February, 
1862, accompanied Col. Dunning, 5th Ohio Volunteers, commanding 
Brigade, on his expedition to Moorefield against Colonel Harness, 
of the rebel army, who occupied that place. The weather was ex- 
tremely severe, and the troops suffered considerably. On the 2d of 
April the regiment broke camp at New Creek, and marched under 
command of General Schenck, then commanding the Brigade, to 
McDowell, in Highland County, Va., joining the command of Gen. 
Milroy on the night of the 7th of May, and fought the advance of 
Jackson's army on the 8th. 

On the 25th of May, 1862, General Fremont having taken com- 
mand of the corps, they were ordered to the Shenandoah Valley, 
and participated in General Fremont's movements against Jackson, 
the pursuit up the valley, and in the battle on the 8th of June at 
Cross Keys. Left the Shenandoah Valley July 10th, Gen. Sigel 
commanding the corps, in the "Army of Virginia," commanded by 
General Pope ; participated in the movements of General Pope 
against Jackson, and subsequently in the battles of Cedar Moun- 
tain, August 10th; Rappahannock Station, August 21st ; Freeman's 
Ford, August 22d ; Sulphur Springs, August 23d and 24th ; Water- 
loo Bridge, August 25th and 26th, and in the second battle at Bull 
Run on the 29th and 30th of August. 

The regiment returned to Western Virginia in October, 1862, 
and remained in the Kanawha Valley, doing hard duty in scouting 
the country and guarding different posts, until May, 1864, when it 
participated in General Crook's expedition to the Virginia and Ten- 
nessee Railroad, and his advance to Staunton, where a junction was 
formed with General Hunter's army; participated in his expedi- 
tion against Lynchburg and the battle at that place, on the 18th of 
June, 1864. Returning, proceeded with General Hunter's army to 
the Shenandoah Valley, forming a part of the Army of West Vir- 
ginia under General Crook, in the brigade commanded by Col. I. H. 
Duval,*of the 9th W. Va. Infantry, and afterwards in his division, 
being engaged with conspicuous gallantry in the following battles 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 






in the Shenandoah Valley, viz: Kearnstown, July 24th ; Halltown, 
August 21st, 23d and 25th ; Berryville, September 4th ; Winches- 
ter, September 19th; Fisher's Hill, September 22d, and at < 
Creek, October 19th. The regiment has been engaged in more than 
two hundred skirmishes, independent of the battles before men- 
tioned, and no regiment, perhaps, has served with greater credit 
than this. 

On the 9th day of November, 1864, this regiment and the 9th W. 
Va. Infantry were consolidated, by order of the War Department, 
and designated the First Regiment West Virginia Veteran Infantry. 
These two regiments having served together for a long time, the 
consolidation was entirely agreeable to each, making as good a reg- 
iment of volunteers as there is in the United States service. 



SIXTH REGIMENT W. VA. INFANTRY. 

Return of Capt. John Fishers' 1 s Company U A, U of the Sixth Regiment West 
Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Piedmont, If". Va-, on the 20th 
day of December, 1864, together with a complete record of the changes that 
hare taken place since its organization. 

(Signed) John Fisher, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 



Sank. 



When mi 

into service. 



Remarks. 



Fisher, John . 
Greiner, Jacob F. . 
Coogle, Benjamin F. 
Satterfield/Sid. W. 
Ferrell, Hial C. . . 
Hoult, Elijah H. . 
Glasscock, Arnett . 
Sipe, David . . . 
Zumbro, Geo. B. B. 
Keener, Jonathan S. 
Fleming, Charles J. 
Parker, William C. 
Arnett, Franklin 
Downey, William A. 
Barthalow, James 0. 
Satterfield, Eras. F. 
Riley, John . . . 
Brown, Richard S. 
Brannon, Willis T. 
Brown, William J. 
Boyd, James M. 
Clark, George W. . 
Constable, Win. F. . 
Constable, George T. 
Conner, George W. 



Capt., 26 Aug. 6, 1861 | Pr0 - &om ls * Lt - Ju3y M 

1st Lt, 43 6 



2d Lt. 


25 


Sept.' 5, 1864 


1st Ser 


26 


Feb. 23, ' ; 


Serg't, 


22 


Jan. 19, " 


« 

a 


28 


1, " 
5, " 


u 


22 


15, " 


,Corp'l, 


to 


Aug. 29, " 


" 


24 


Sept. 1, " 


it 


38 


q a 


u 


28 


3, " 


<t 


22 


3, • 


a 


35 


4, " 


u 


23 


3, " 


u 


17 


Q II 


iWag'r 


18 


Mar. 23, 1863 


Priv., 


44 


Jan. 1, 1864 


n 


18 


Mar. 29, 1863 


<< 


39 


Aug. 26, 1864 


if 




6, 1861 


(i 


20 


Jan. 1, 1S64 


« 


24 


Ap'l 1, « 


« 


17 


Sept. 9, " 


ii 


18 


Mar. 12, 1863 



Pro. from 1st Ser. to 2d Lt. July '12 
1S62. To 1st U. Sept. 22 



Pro. from 1st Ser., Sept. 2 



Second enlistment. 



Joined from desertion Sept. 27 181 

Second enlistment. 



136 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "A," Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. M 

< 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Chisler, Mortimer A 
Detrow, George . . 
Dancer, Charles J. . 
Dragoo, Elymus W. 
Dick, James . . . 
Dodd, John . . . 
Ellis, Samuel . . 
Fleming, Sanford E 
Fleming, John E. , 
Freeland, Emanuel 
Freeland, Isaiah 
Gehring, Joseph T. 
Gehring, James I. . 
Gralow, James W 
Hershberger, Jos. B 
Hawkin, Fred. C. 
Hawkins, John W 
Hall, Jordan C. 
Hall, John A. 
Hill, Jacob . 
Jones, Sanford 
Jones, Andrew 
Jones, Elias M. 
Jones, Newton B. 
Largent, George "W 
Lambert, Joseph H 
Lott, Robert B. . 
Minnear, Wm. H. B 
Minnear, Zach. T. 
Morris, Calvin H. 
Morris, Richard S. 
Morgan, John W. 
Morgan, Aaron C. 
Morgan, "William 
Morgan, Marcus 
Morley, Joseph . 
Miller, John J. . 
Mercer, William L. 
Pritchard, James N 
Pride, John . . 
Powell, Lewis F. 
Sultzer, Amaury D 
Satterfield, Eusebus 
Swisher, Allen . 
Swisher, John W. 
Swisher, Robert M 
Swearingen, Alben 



Priv. 



26 Aug. 28, 1S64 


22 Jan. 1 


a 


18 Ap'l 4 


1863 


22 Aug. 23 


1864 


38 28 


a 


20 28 


" 


33jSept. 5 


1864 


17 Aug. 26 


ii 


27'Oct. 15 


" 


19 Ap'l 22 


' 1863 


30 


Sept. 3 


1864 


20Jah. 17 


" 


18 Sept. 3 


f£ 


19 Aug. 31 


(( 


18 Jan. 1 


<< 


22jFeb. 23 


It 


37 Sept. 3 


11 


19|Aug. 29 


It 


34 31 


CI 


18 July 28 


1863 


22 Jan. 1 


1864 


21 [Sept. 3 


i< 


20 1 


<< 


26 3 


" 


29 Dec. 20 


1863 


42 


Jan. 1 


1862 


2!) 


Aug. 31 


1864 


22 


Ap'l 1 


1862 


18 


Aug. 29 


1864 


18 


Ap'l 6 


1863 


18 


6 


it 


18 


Sept. 3 


1864 


36 


3 


a 


22 


3 


1 1 


29 


3 


" 


41 


o 
O 


ii 


33 


Aug. 29 


" 


18 


• 23 


" 


2.". 


Ap'l 1 


1862 


23 


Sept. 3 


1864 


25 


1, 


tl 


19 


Jan. 19 


" 


20 Ap'l 22 


1863 


44 Aug. 28 


1864 


35 29 


" 


20 26, 


" 


25 


Sept. 2 


" 



Second enlistment. 



Second enlistment. 
Second enlistment. 



Second enlistment. 



Second enlistment. 



Second enlistment. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company lt A" Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



1"7 



Rank 8 When i»«»tered 

«j into service. 



Swearingen, Thos. A Priv., 
Smith, George S. . 
Smith, Charles L. . 
Steele, Samuel A. 
Satterfield, Wm. G. 
Turner, James W. . 
Vincent, Riley . . 
Vincent, David B. . 
Vandervoort, Norval 
Vangilder, Philip . 
Wilson, John R. 
Walford, James . . 
Yates, James K. P. 
Youst, Emory D. . 
Zumbro, William A. 
King, Andrew . . 
Wilson, Celon B. . 
Wolf, John . . . 

Discharged, 
Compton, Phil. B. . 
Black, George S. 
Hall, Jabez L. . . 
Bayless, Charles D. 
Google, Benjamin F. 
Fleming, Henry T. 
Toothman. Andrew 
Boggers, Benj. F. . 
Reynolds, Joel B. . 
Pitzer, Benj. S. . . 
Knight, Francis M. 
Stansbury, Justus H. 
Thorn, Aaron . . 
Showalter, James W. 
Davis, Wesley . . 
Black, John S. . 
Bail, Benj. P. . . 
Bunner, Presley 
Boggess, Anthony C, 
Carder, John 
Carder, Thomas 
Coogle, John . 
Downey, Eli 
Fleming, JohnE 
Fleming, Charles J. 
Fleming, Harmar F 
Fisher, Wesley . . 
Hill, Francis M. . 
Hawkin, Eli . . . 
18 



1st Ser 
Serg't 



Corp'l. 



18 
20 
26 

18 
19 
L9 
24 
18 
33 
27 
19 
2] 
20 
24 
42 
22 
19 
29 

28 
24 
34 
2! 
22 
21 
18 



Aug. 



Sept. 

Dec. 
Ap'l 
Aug. 

Sept. 

Ap'l 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Aug. 



u 


2^ 


(I 


22 


(1 


18 


(I 


20 


u 


24 


Mus'n 


43 


u 


40 


Wag'r 


25 


Priv. 


21 


(i 


32 


it 


25 


(< 


28 


<< 


40 


It 


18 


(( 


19 


" 


23 


<( 


l'.i 


" 


35 


(< 


26 


(( 


20 


C( 


18: 


(( 


25! 



Sept. 



Aug. 



31, 

30, 

30, 

3, 

5, 

30, 

1, 

31, 

28, 

4, 

1, 

21, 

1, 

24, 
24, 
23, 



1864 



Second enlistment. 
1862 _ 
1864 _ 



C 
6, 

6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
13, 
6, 
0, 
6, 
G, 
13, 
13, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
13, 
13, 



1862 
1864 
1862 
1864 



1861 



1864 
1861 



Second enlistment. 



At New Creek", VT. V., Aug. 



Creek, W.V., Aug. 15, 



v tp'l 30, 1 B63, at Graf- 
ton Hospital , W. Va. 
At New Creek, W. Va. Aug. 15, 1861. 



At Grafton hospital, — 1862. 

For disability May 6, 1863, at Graf- 
ton hospital, Va. 
At Wheeling, W. Va. 

At New Creek, W. Va., Aug. 15; 1S61. 



For disabil'y, — '62. 



138 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company ll A," Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Hank. 



When mustered 
into Bern* e. 



Remarks. 



Hewes, Robert . . 
Jones, Andrew . . 
Lane, Albert G. . . 
Loudon, George W. 
Mh, ,11, David F. . 
McElfresh, Thos. T. 
McDongal, Henry C 
Mallory, George K. 
Martin, Joseph A. 
Martin, Samuel L. 
Martin, M. A. . 

Morgan, Stephen 
Morgan, Joseph J. 
Morgan, Oliver P. 
Moffett, Isaac 
McAllister, John 
Prickett, Thornton 
Sawers, John T. . 
Shears, Francis M. 
Shroyer, Alex. J. 
Satterfield, C. F. 
Snodgrass, B. M. 
Sturm, Joshua L. 
Shahan, James . 
Shahan, Miner . 
Schoudt, Jacob . 
Shore, Ravmond 
Toothman, W. D. 
Toothman, Eli B. 
Thompson, James M 
Tallman, John . 
Upton, James R. 
AVmesburg, Samuel 
Waldron, Patrick 
Wilson, Nuzum S. 
Walford, James . 

Transferred. 
Showalter, John H. 
Mathers, Ebenezer 
Dunnington, R. C. 
Eyster, Charles C. 

hied , 
Peirpoint, Joseph N 
Cunningham, J. W. 
Carr, Cornelius B. . 
Dodd, William F. . 
Dawson, Alpheus . 



Priv. 



Capt. 
Priv. 



1st Lt. 
Corp'l, 

Priv., 



Aug 



Dec. 

Aug. 



Nov. 
Aug. 



Aug. 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Sept. 

Aug. 



Feb. 



6, 


1861 


6, 


u 


6, 


ii 


13, 


a 


6, 


" 


6, 


Cf 


6, 


Cf 


6, 


a 


6, 


%i 


6, 


tt 


13, 


a 


6, 


« 


6, 


1 1 


13, 


ti 


13, 


u 


13, 


" 


6, 


tt 


13, 


a 


6, 


1 1 


6, 


tt 


6, 


a 


6, 


a 


13, 


a 


13, 


a 


13, 


tt 


13, 


a 


1, 


a 


6, 


" 


6, 


" 


13, 


u 


5, 


" 


13, 


a 


6, 


ii 


13, 


u 


13, 


ii 


13, 


" 


6, 


« 


26, 


a 


30, 


1864 


3, 


" 


6, 


1861 


6, 


" 


6, 


•■ 


6, 


" 


1, 


1862 



For disability, 1862. 

At New Creek, TV. T. Aug. 15, 1864. 



Dishonorably discharged by sen- 
tence G. C. II., at Wheeling, TV. V. 

Aug. 15, 1W.4. 
At New Creek, TV. V., Aug. 15, 1864. 



For disability April 17, '63, at Graf- 
ton hospital, W". V. 
At New Creek, W. V., Aug. 15, 1864. 

1862. 

At New Creek, TV. V. Aug. 15, 1864. 



At Cumberland, Md., Dec. 2, 1864. 
At New Creek, TV. V., Aug. 15, 1864. 



At Cumberland, Md., Nov. 5, 1864. 
At New Creek, TV. V., Aug. 15. 1864. 



Promoted Mainr fith TV. V. Infantry, 
July 22, 1862. 

Promoted Chaplain 6th TV. V. Infan- 
try, Nov. 

Promoted Scrg. Maj. 6th TV. V. In- 
fantry. 

Promoted Hospital Stewart fith TV. 
V. Infantry. 



At Fairmont, TV. V., Dec. 19, 186.1. 
At Cameron, Dec. 26, 1861. 
At Fairmont, TV. V. Dec. 12, 1861. 
At Grafton Hospital Feb. 22, 1862. 
At Clarksburg, TV. Va., Dec. 18, '6.1. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "A" Sixth Regiment Infantry— CoDtim. ,\_ 









Fleming, George W. 
Farrall, Daniel . 
Hewet, Hiram . 
Joliff, Josiah W. 
Swisher, James . 
Sheare, George E. 
Wells, William D. 
Wright, Erastus 
Yates, Marshall 
Greiner, George 0. 

Deserted, 
Griffin, William . 
Mellor, Frank . 
Weatherwax, E. G. 
Aggregate,— 



Bank. 



Priv. 



When d 
i i ■ t • • M'i\ ice. 



Remarks. 



18 Aug. 

20 

21 Nov. 

18 July 

21 Aug. 

23 

21 

29 Sept. 

23 Jan. 

18 Feb. 

18 Aug. 

18 

18 



6, 

5, 

18, 

6, 

6, 

13, 

1, 

IT. 

6, 
6, 
6. 



1861 



1863 
1861 



1861 
1862 

1864 

1861 



10, 1864. 

01 . IT, i.l. 

At home, 7. v. dec. 

If in Harrison I 
April 30, 1864. 
At Bulltown, W. \ 

At Pair it, w. v., Oct. 14, i"''.i. 

| At Grafton Hospital, May 24, 1862. 

while a p 
At Port HcHenry, Md. 



At Rowlesburg, W. V., Feb. 5, 1863. 

ITS men. 



Return of Captain Edward A. Bennett's Company "7?," of the Sixth Regi- 
ment West Virginia Infantry, Volunteers, stationed at Clarksburg, II'. Va., 
showing the condition of said company on the IGth day of December, 1864, 
together with a complete record of the changes that have taken place since its 
organization. 
(Signed.) A. Grow, 2d Lieut, Commanding Company. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Bennett, Edward A. 
Freeman, Thomas T. 
Grow, Adam 
Potts, Elam P. . 
Beaty, Felix . . 
Davis, Henry T. 
Phillips, EH . 
Wade, Andrew J. 
Barr, Rowland . 
Walter, Christian 
Harris, James Mc 
Grow, Jacob . . 
Martin, John F. 
Tichenor, George 
Carson, John A. 
Arnett, Eben . 
Arnett, JamesH. 
Arnett, Riley 
Arnett, William C 
Bachens, Edgar . 
Bachens, Jesse . 



Capt., 
1st Lt. 
2d Lt,. 
1st Sgt 
Serg't, 



Corp'l, 



Priv., 



20 Jan. 

37!July 

29 

20 Jan. 

29 Mar. 

19 Jan. 

19 

24 Dec. 
24 Mar. 
41 Jan. 
22 Mar. 

20 Dec. 

L'l 

28'Sept. 

23 

24 

IS 
18! 



30, 

24, 

24, 

11, 

9, 

11, 

11, 

28, 

27, 

11, 

31, 

9, 

26, 

27, 

31, 

9, 

9, 

9, 

9, 

17, 

14, 



1863 



1864 



1863 

1864 



Pro. from Segt Major 
" from 1st Serg't. 

(( to ! - Sept. 14,1864. 

Veteran. 

Promoted Serg t 9 

<( it i( 

Veteran. 

Veteran; promoted from private. 

Pro. from private. 



Vet., pro. from priv. 
Pro. from private. 



140 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
tympany "JB," Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Jfai 



bens, Sanford 
'Baites, Notty S. 
Baker. Eli as . . 
Bartlett, Nathan E 
Barnett, Elias T. 
Bennett, Alva H. 
Bennett, 'William 
Beverlin, Israel A 
Binegar, Jehu S. 
Brown, Benjamin F 
Carson, Samuel H 
Conoway, William S. 
Crim, Henry T. . 
Cunningham, D. L. 
Custer, John A. 
Duncan, Alva W. 
Duncan. Bazil H. 
Freeland, James P 
Frush, John W. . 
Hawkins, Francis M. 
Hawkins, William 
Hall, Silas J. . 
Hall, Jeptha . . 
Hall, Wilson . . 
Hays, Edmund J. 
Heflin, John S. . 
Ileflin, William . 
Isenhart, Henry C 
Johnson, Isaac W. 
Jones, Benjamin 
Jones, John W. . 
Kendall, George 
Kelley, Stephen 
Koon, Isaac . . 
Looman, Francis 
Looman, Moses . 
Laughry John R. 
Martin, Elias 
Martin, Lorenzo D 
Martin, Perry G. 
Mason, George W. 
McAtee, Ai . . 
1\I< Intyre, George W 
Miller, Abel E. . 
Mills, John L. . 
Moore, Elias . . 
Moore, Thomas . 
Murphy, James . 



Priv. 



Wii- ii mustered 
into en \ ice. 



Remarks. 



Sept. 17 

14 

Jan. 11 

11 

Sept. 14 

5 

5 

Jan. 11 

Sept. 14 

16 

8 

5 

15 

5 

15 

Jan. 21 

Oct. 31 

Sept. 7 

7 

Jan. 11 

Sept. 12 

14 

Jan. 11 

Sept. 7 

Jan. 11 

Sept. 3 

12 

11 

5 

Jan. 11 

Dec. 26 

Jan. 11 

11 

Sept. 3 

Mar. 24 

Dec. 26 

Feb. 29 

Sept. 3 

5 

Jan. 11 

Aug. 5 

Jan. 11 

11 

Sept. 15 

12 

3 

Jan. 11 

Aug. 29 



1864 

tc 

1863 
1864 



1863 
1864 



1863 
1864 



1863 



1864 

1863 
1864 



1863 
1864 
1863 

ls«;| 



1863 
1864 



Retained bv civil authority since 
July 26, 1861 



In confinement awaiting trial since 

l-M. 



Detached at Commissary Grafton, 
W. Va. 



In Hospital at Clarksburg, IV. Va. 
since Oct. 16, 1864. 



Detached at Col. Wilkinson's Hd Qrs 
Clarksburg, W.Va., Nov. I. '61. 



Veteran. In Hospital :ii Clarksburg 
u . \ ;. , since Hm , 16, 186*. 

In Hospital at Clarksburg, \V. Va, 
since July 'JO, 186*. 



Veteran. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
my ■•/;,•' Sixth Regiment Ittfantry— Continued. 



Ill 









When 1 
into - 






Nichol, John C. . . Priv., 

Ogden, George W. 
Odle, Joshua D. . 
Pell, Marcellus N. 
Plymand, James A. 
Poe, Nathan H . . 
Roby, Stephen F. 
Robinson. A. AY. AY 
Roach, Charles M. 
Roach, Thomas P. . 
Roach, Warren W. . 
Roach, William A. . 
Rumble. T. A. . . 
Sandy, "William jr. . 
Sandy, William sr. . 
Sisk, Meredith . . 
See, Charles W. . . 
Sharp, Jacob . . 
Showalter, Thomas J 
Smallwood, John . 
Smith, Elias E. . . 
Smith, Josiah P. 
Smith, Milton . . 
Spangler, Jacob J. . 
Spicer, Benjamin F. 
Stickel, John H. . 
Taylor, William . 
Thompson, Isaac S. 
Wanless, Stephen H 
Webb, Joseph . . 
Williams, John . . 

Discharged, 
Cotton, Harvy . 
Johnston, Jacob . . 

Larimer, Thomas R. 

Morgan, William H 

Koon, Festus B. . . 

Davis, William P. . 

Freeland, Joseph . 

Duncan, Moses S. . 

Jones, John C. 

Davis, William Or. . 

Snod grass, Silas W. 

Freeland, William . 

Baker, John . . . 

Bart, Reuben M. . 

Barker, Elias . . 

Brook, Matthew S. . 



Priv. 



24 
L9 
24 

17 
18 
18 
is 
L8 
21 
L8 
22 
38 
36 
is 
19 

20 
23 
30 

:;t 

i^7 
39 
21 
18 
18 
26 
18 
29 
33 
30 
22 



1st Lt. 

2d Lt, 

1st Ser 
(< 

Serg't, 



Sept. 12, 

July 21, 

Sept. 5, 

* 12, 

5, 

1, 

13, 

Jan. 11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

Sept. 1, 

3, 

13, 

Jan. 11, 
Sept. 5, 

4, 
11, 

7, 

7, 
Jan. 11, 
Feb. 29, 
Aug. 5, 
Sept. 26, 

9, 
Dec. 26, 
Sept, 9, 

7, 
13, 



1864. 



i klbuig, W. Va. 
j since Oct. 13, 1861. 



1863 



1864 



1863 
1864 



1 In Hospital at Clarksburg; W. Va., 
| since Dec. 11 1861. 

I at Clarksburg W. Va. 
i since Dec. 8, 1864. 

Detached at Col. Wilkinson'* IM Qra 
Clarksburg, W. Va., Nov. 4, 1864. 

Detached at Hospital Clarksburg, 
V. Va., Sept. 15, 1864. 



1863 
1864 



1863 
1864 



Veteran. In confinement availing 
trial since Oct. I ■ 



Dismissal Ap'l 9, '63. 

- 1, "63. 

37 Aug. 15, 1861 Disability Jun. 18/64 

Term service exp'd. 

Disability Nov. 7,' 63 



Corp'l, 



Priv. 



20 
22 
35 

1 22 
25 
19 
L8 
21 

21 
24 
21 



15, 

15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 



Aug. 20, 1864, expiration or term of 

service. 
Aug. 20, 1864, term of service exp'd. 



142 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "7?," Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 


Bank. 


--' 

< 


When mustered 
into Bervice. 


Remarks. 


Beverlin, Jesse H. . 


Priv., 


18 


Aug. 15, 1861 


Aug. 20,1864; term of service expi'd. 


Carpton, Alfred S. . 


(i 


21 


15, " 


(< i 


it 


Dicks, Henry 0, 


(< 


22 


15, » 


ii i 


" 


Glendenning, J. W. 


ti 


IS 


15, " 


ii < 


" 


Gray, Harmams . . 


" 


42 


15, " 


it ( 


ii 


Grubb, James . . 


(C 


23 


15, » 


(i i 


ii 


Hays, Bennett S. . 


<( 


20 


15, " 


ii i 


ii 


Hendrixon, George 


" 


19 


15, " 


ii ii (i 


Hendrixon, James . 


(i 


l'l 


15, " 


Disability July 3, '62. 


Henderson, Eli . . 


ii 


:;: 


15, » 


Aug. 20, '64, term ex. 


Hough, John . 


" 


28 


15, " 


« 20, " 


Hunter, George W. 


tt 


30 


Oct. 8, " 


Oct. 8, '64, 


Hunter, Joseph 


a 


2* 


8, " 


« 8i « 


Hunter, William . 


" 


23 


Aug. 15, " 


Aug. 20, 64, 


Jones, David J. . . 


it 


24 


Oct. 8, " 


Oct. 8, '64, 


Jones, James E. . . 


" 


26 


8, " 


« 8) u 


Kendall, Eli . . . 


II 


L9 


Aug. 15, " 


Aug. 20, '64 


Kendall, William . 


(I 


27 


15, « 


« 20," 


Kerns, James M. . 


" 


34 


15, « 


" 20, " 


Koon, Oliver N. 


It 


18 


15, " 


« go, " 


Linnville, Joseph . 


II 


23 


Oct. 8, " 


Oct. 8, '64, 


Looman, Henry . . 


" 


31 


Aug. 15, » 


Aug. 20/64, 


Looman, Ralph . 


It 


42 


15, » 


<i 29," 


Looman, Robert . 


(I 


33 


15, " 


<i 20, " 


Martin, Elliott . . 


It 


24 


Oct. 8, " 


Oct. 8, " 


Morgan, David M. . 


II 


21 


Aug. 15, " 


Aug 20," 


Motter, Jerome B. . 


II 


37 


15, " 


" 20, " 


Myer, Oscar P. . . 


II 


20 


Oct. 8, " 


Oct. 8, " 


Nay, Harrison M. . 


. " 


22 


Aug. 15, " 


Aug 20, " 


Norris, Joseph W. . 


(I 


18 


15, « 


,i 20, " 


Petty, Joseph A. . 


(I 


25 


15, " 


«, 20, " 


Potts, Nixon . . 


II 


45 


15, " 


• " 20, " 


Price, Merriman . 


II 


25 


15, « 


Aug. 20, 1861, term of service ex-p.d 


Price, William . . 


II 


19 


15, " 


ii ii ii 


Shafer, Michael . 


II 


25 


15, " 


u ii ii 


Shaver, Edward 0. . 


" 


:;.-) 


15, " 


ii ii u 


Smith, AVilliam B. . 


II 


18 


15, " 


ii u ii 


Tichenor, John . . 


" 


42 


15, « 


ii <i ii 


Tichenor, William R 


" 


3-1 


15, » 


ii ii ii 


Tichenor, Wm. W. . 


" 


25 


15, " 


ii ii ii 


Watson t John D. . 


II 


29 


15, " 


ii ii ii 


Weaver, Wm. G, S. 


II 


:;;> 


Oct. 8, " 


Oct. 8, '64, 


Bonnell, Floyd N. . 


(I 


22 


28, " 


" 28, '64, 


Floyd, John A. . . 


1! 


32 


Aug. 15, " 


Disability Ap. 10, '63 


Transferred, 










Davis, James B. . . 


Corp'l, 


18 


15, " 


Promoted Q. M. Sergt 6tu W. Vs. 
Infantry. 


Neely, William J. . 


( ( 


20 


Oct. 8, " 


Promoted Commissary Scrg't 6th TV. 

V. Infantry. 


Barr, James . . . 


Priv. 


38 


Aug. 15, " 


To Co. P. 1st W. V. Art'y. J'y 8, '62. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "B," Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



143 



'nog. 


Bank. 


5 

< 


When musteri d .. . ... , 

into Bei \ Ice. itkb. 


Cunningham, 1 ! 


Priv. 


19 


Aug. 15, 1861 


t W. V. Ax., 3 


Glasscock, Calvin . 


u 


18 


15, " 


" 


i u 


Gump, Edward W. . 


u 


l'.i 


15, " 


II 


i ii 


Hall, John . . 


II 


22 


15, " 


it 


i 


Hammon, John \\\ 


II 


L8 


15, " 


(( 


i u 


Henderson, Perry G. 


(I 


20 


15, " 


" 


i (i 


Matheny. Alfred' N. 


(1 


L9 


Oct. 8, " 


It 


i it 


Millan, John M. . . 


(( 


L8 


Aug. 15, " 


(I 


i ii 


Moore, Richard V. . 


(( 


2*2 


15, " 


(! 


i ii 


Prunty, Nicholas . 


(( 


19 


15, " 


It 


i ii 


Shrieves, Unas . . 


" 


18 


Oct. 8, " 


11 


i ii 


Straight, Uriah . . 


CI 


18 


8, " 


It 


i ii 


Wilson, Stephen S. . 


II 


IN 


Aug. 15, " 


(1 


i ii 


Wood, John N. . . 


It 


22 


15, " 


" 


i u 


Wright, William . 


" 


25 


15, " 


1! 


i ii 


Srnallwood, John J. 
Mariner, James H. . 


(( 


36 
19 


15, " 
Oct. 8, " 


ToV.R.C. Nov.20,'63 

To Co. F. 1st \V. V. Artillery, July 
8, 1862. 


Died, 








Jones, Theophilus . 
Amos, James . . 
Cunningham, H. 


Capt., 
Priv., 


Aug. 15, " 
19 15, " 
27 Oct, 28, " 


At, Phillippi, Oct. 16, 1862, of self- 
inflicted wound. 

Of spinal fever, Ap. 14, '64, at Gen. 
Hospital, Grafton, W. Va. 

Feb. 25/62, in Marion Co. 
\v . \ a. 


Davis, Rufus E. . 


i< 


L9Aug.l5, " 


or consumption, Oct. 9, 1863, at 
Uannington, VT. Va. 


Martin, Aljarino . 
Morgan, Randolph M 
Nay, John E. . . 


n 
it 
it 


20 15, " 
24 Jan. 11, 1863 

21 Aug. 15, 1861 


i fever, July 25, 1863, at 
i .! ifton, W, \ !. 
Of consumption, Jan. 16, L864, at 
--ion, \v . Va. 

Bg. 6, 1862, at Clarksburg, 
W. Va. 


Smith, Pritchard W. 
Whetzel, Lewis . . 
Wright, Annanias . 
Wright, Daniel . . 
Deserted, 


CI 

(I 


44 
2] 
37 
23 


15, " 
Oct. 8, " 
8, " 
Mar. 28, 1864 


Ofchronio diarrhoea Feb. 20, 1864, 

in Mnrion Co., W . V . 
01' fever May :i, 1863, at Gen. Hos- 
pital, Grafton, W. Va. 
Of typhoid fever, Dec. 1, 1863, at 
W. Va. 

6, 1864, 
at hospital, Clarksburg, \Y. V. 


Brenard, David . 


11 


33 


Mar. 11, " 


At Cumberland, Mil. 


April 14, 1864. 



Aggregate, 192 men. 



Return of Captain Josiah II Bee's Company "C," of the Sixth Regiment 
West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Clarksburg, W. Va., on the 
20$ day of December, 1864, together with a complete record, of the changes 
that have takenplace since its organization. 

(Signed) Josiah H. Bee, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Bank. 



When mustered 

into sen i<-.-. 



Remarks. 



Bee, Josiah H. . 
Nicholson, S. B. . 
Dougherty, Jos. H. 
Doak, Nathan . 
Ross, William S. . 



Capt., J39 Sept. 28, 1864 
IstLt., 23 2, 

2d Lt., 22 Oct. 1, 
1st Seri24 Sept. 1, 
Serg'tJl9Aug. 30, 



Served two years' in "th W. V. In!. 

Pro. from Corp'l Co. E 6th W. V. In- 
fantry. 
Second enlistment. Served last in 
j Tth W. V. Infantry. 



144 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "C," Sixth Regiment Infantry-Continued.. 




Stalnaker, John A. Serg't, 
Davis, Lewis ... 
Fleming, Eli B. . . 
Cumberledge, Isaac Corp'l. 
Gatrell, Duckett W. 
Wells, Richard A. 
Haught, Marlville L. 
Kinney, William A. 
Stathers, Walter . 
Wade, Charles . . 
Parrill, Uriah W. . 
Ash, Aaron . . . Pnv., 
Ash, David 0. . . 
America, Morris . 
Adams, Wm. A. S. 
Wade, Andrew M. 
Bee, Ephraim W. . 
Bond, Camden . . 
Britton, Gustavus . 
Britton, J arret t . . 
Brannon, Pinkard . 
Benedum, John H. 
Cumberledge, Geo. 
Cumberledge, Ellis 
Childers, Daniel . . 
Duckworth, F. M. 
Dotson, Marion . , 
Davison, Josiah . 
Fleming, Adam A. 
Fox, Seber H. . 
Fox, George W. . . ■ 
Gatrell, William H. 
Gribble, Thomas N. 
Garrison, Aaron 
Haymond, Henry . 
Hart, Andrew . . 
Hawkins, Isaac N. 
Henry, Franklin . 
Heckert, David . . 
Heckert, George V. 
Heckert, Henry C. 
Hardesty, James H. 
Wells, John L. . . 
Huff, Alexander A. 
Hill, Thomas . . 
Helmick, Jacob . . 
Helmick, William . 
Hooper, John . . 



31 Sept. 8, 1864 
19 3, " 



33 
39 
21 
21 
18 
22 
18 

is; 

3 1 

18 

18 

18 

18 

17 

30 

20 

43 

19 



3, " 

5, " 

6, " 
3 " 

Aug. 30', " 

Sept. 6, " 

8, " 

5, " 

3, " 

5, " 
12, " 

6, " 
12, " 

Aug. 30', " 
30, " 
Sept. 5, " 
5, " 
5, ' 
8, « 
12, ' 
3, ' 
5, ' 
12, ' 

8, ' 

9, ' 
12, 

Aug. 30, ' 
Sept. 5, 

5, 
Aug. 30, 

30, 

Sept. 8, 

1, 

o 
O, 

3, 
5, 
8, 
8, 



18 
:;;; 
18 
18 
22 
28 
35 
18 
38 
is 

L6 

18 
44 

21 
18 

is 

43 
32 
16] 

17 1 
28 
18 
18 
18 
39 
22 
39 



8, " 

5, " 

12, " 

12, " 

12, " 

13, " 
12, " 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S J IMPORT. 



1 15 



Company "C," Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






When mustered 
into s< 



Eildman, Absalom Priv., 

Jett, Sylvester . 
Jett, James E. 
James, George W. 
Kinney, William 
Kirk, James . . 

sy, Noah . . 
Lewis, Abraham 
Law, Jesse D. 
Miller, John W. 
Money penny, P. M 
McClain, Preston 
Lewin, Francis M. 
Nutter, John . . 
Nicklin, William V. 
Pinnell, James . 
Pratt, John M. . 
Pratt, Thomas J. 
Pratt, John E. . 
Potter, Edmund W 
"Wilson, Shannon 
Rymer, James D. 
Ratliff, John E. . 
Spencer, Amos F. 
Spencer, Moses W. 
Spurgeon, George 
Sigans, Isaac N. . 
Snider, Perry J. 
Sandy, Ewing 
Sandy, John . . 
States, Thomas S. 
Stull, John . . 
Scott, Henry . . 
Stathers, Robert 
Thomas, Adam N. 
Trough, Cyrus . 
Trough, John C. 
Underwood, Elias 
Underwood, Oliver 
Vernon, John 
Vernon, Abner . 
Watson, Morgan B 
Whitehair, John J. 
Wright, Albert . 
Williams, Chester 
Wyant, Henry M. 
Wilcox, Nicholas J 

19 Aggregat 



Sept. 12, ! 

19 

Aug. 30| '• 

2, •' 

1- 5, " 

20 Aug. 30, " 

pt. 9, " 

12, " 

38 Aug. 30, " 

pt. L2, " 

29 8, " 

18 8, - 

19 12, - 
18 Aug. 30, ' 
11 Sept. 9, '• 
:;i 16, " 
34 Aug. 30, " 
18 Sept, 3, " 
18 3, " 

20 9 
22 9 
20 



o, 



6, 

12, 



12, 

12, 

12, 

L2, 

8, 

9, 

9, 

3, 

3, 



18 Aug. 29, 
19'Sept. 2, 
18 Aug. 30, 
43 30, 

18 Sept. 5, 
18 
19 

18 12, 
e, 101 men. 



146 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Returnof Captain John Clark's Company "D," of the Sixth Regiment West 
Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Clarksburg, W. Va.,onthe 'l\lh 

day of December, 1864, together with a complete record of the changes that 
have taken place since its organization. 

i Signed) John Clark, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 



When i' 
into - 



Remarks. 



Clark, John . 
1 1 ickman, Chri 
Cunningham, B. S. . 
Rexroad, Zach. P. . 
Johnson, And. J. 
Cain, David . . . 
Satterfield, Seth T. 
< lain, Cornelius H. 
Deems, John . . . 
Sinnett, George W. 
Fouse, Jacob . 
Garrison, Wm. G. 
S wad ley, Robert . 
Wigner, Wilber F. 
Rogers, Lewis . . 
Everett, John . . 
Wigner, John C. N. 
Arbogast, Ben]. A. 
Beaty, James F. . 
Brubaker, John C. 
Bumgardner, John G 
Cain, Albert W. . . 
Carder, Thomas . . 
Cayton, Mortimer J. 
Clayton, John . . 
Congrove, James . 
Congrove, Jasper M. 
Cross, Robert J. . 
Cunningham, Wm. J. 
Cunningham, J. W. 
Cunningham, Moses 
Debrular, John M. 
Deems, Isaiah . : 
Dotson, John G. 
Dotson, Mans. PI. . 
Douglas, Jeremiah R. 
Dougherty, Thos. H. 
Farr, John A. . . 
Furr, John M. . . 
Gain, Elias . . . 
Glancy, Francis . . 
Grason, Joseph A. 
Gribble, Ezekiel M. 
Gribble, Cornelius S. 
Harris, Uriah . . 
Hagans, George W. 



Capt., 
1st Lt. 
2dLt., 
IstSer 
Serg't, 



Corp'l, 



36'Sept. 12 

28 

29 Ap'l 

L8 Mar. 
26 



Wag'r 
Priv., 



12 

16 

o,, 

29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
2 

13 

27 

29 

29 

■ 29 

Sept. 1 



L9 

■y 

25 

21 

19 

19 

30 

21 

21 

29 

21 

28 

25 

25 

22 

18 

24 

19 

L8 

18 

20 

20 

L9 

18 

28 Oct 

23 



Sept. 2 



Oct. 
Mar. 



6 
Mar: 29 
29 
29 
29 
27 
27 
29 
29 
Aug. 18 



Mar. 



18 Mar. 29 



Oct. 27 

27 

Sep. 7 

Mar. 29 

Aug. 31 

25 

Mar. 29 

29 

29 

29 

Aug. 23 



1864 

1863 

1864 



Pro. from Serg't, Si i't. 10, 1864. 

Triv. Sept. 10, 186*. 

IstSer. AprillG, 1863. 
Vet. Pro. from 3d Ser. April 16, '63 
Vet. Pro. from Priv, June 1 
Vet. l"ro. from Priv. Oct. 1 1864. 
Vet. Pro. from Priv. Oct I 186*. 

Veteran. 

Pro. from Priv. Oct. 11 

Vet. Pro. from Priv. Oct. 1 186*. 

Vet. Pro. from Priv. Oct. 1 1864 

Veteran. 

Pro. from Priv. July 21 1862. 
Vet. Pro. from Priv. Xov. 1 1661. 
Vet. Pro. from Priv. April 16 1-TO. 

Veteran. 



1863 
1864 



Vet. Vol. 



Vet. Vol. 



1863 
1864 

a 

1863i 



Vet. Vol. 

it 

I Vet. Vol. 



1864! _ 
" | Vet. Voi. 



Vet. Vol. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company •'/','" Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



1 Li 






\\ hen mustered 

: \ ii ■-. 



lilton, Samuel 

:. A. K. 

Hull. Sampsi 'i r. 
Budgill, Luther E 
Lamb, William A. 
Lanham, Dennis 
Loucbery, Daniel C 
Lyons, "William A. 
Lyons, Cbristoph'r N 

y, Isaac 
Miller, Philip N. 
Mullinax, Jacob 

hraim 
Nicholas, William 
Parks, William H. 
Patton, John S. . 
Pittman, Joseph 
Postleweight, Win. 
Postleweight, U. P. 
Powell, John R. 
Rabrla, Adam . 
Riffle, Benjamin F 
Rogers, Stephen 
Ross, Henry G. . 

ler, Uriah . 
Sheppard, Charles E 
Sharpnack, Anthon) 
Six, Josephus 
Six, Lewis . . 
Smilh, George S. W 
Smith, James D. 
Smith, James I.. 
Smith, Samuel . 
Steed, Thomas B. 
Stewart, George W 
irt. William G. 

;er, Frederick L. 

: ant, Alexander 
Yancourt, Truman D 
Williams, Thomas 
Williams, Mark . 
Wilson, Tbomas . 
Wilcox, Isaac N. 
Wilburn, John . 
Wigner, James S. 
White, Martin . 
Whiteman, Abel C 



I'riv., 



33 

is 

IT 

L3 

l> 

25 
L9 

35 

18 
19 
26 
31 
2s 
21 
38 
L8 
21 
17 
21 
Is 
22 
21 

2U 

19 
2! 
L8 
19 
18 
:.;<) 
19 
24 
22 
20 

18 

18 
21 
27 
23 
L8 
38 
27 
20 
18 



29, 1864 

27, 1863 

5, 1864 

9, " 



Mar. 

Oct, 

Sept 

Mar. 

Sept 

Aug. 31, 
26, 

31, " 

Sept. 20, " 

5, " 

Aug. 29, " 

Mar. 29, " 

29, " 

. 29, " 

. 29, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29 " 

Sept. 5, " 

Mar. 29, " 

Not mustered 

Sept. 5, 1864. 

3, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29, '• 

Sept. 5, " 

Mar. 29, " 

Oct. 27, 1863 

Mar. 29, " 

29, " 

Sept. 5, " 

Mar. 29, " 
Sept. 5, 



Mar. 29, 
Sept. 19, 
Jan. 23, 
Oct. 27, 
Mar. 29, 
Sept. 5, 



Mar. 



Vet. Vol. 
Vet. Vol. 



Vet. Vol. 
u 

Vet. Vol. 



Vet. Vol. 
Recruit. 



Vet. Vol. 



Vet. Vol. 
Vet. Vol. 

Vet. Vol. 
Vet. Vol. 
Vet. Vol. 



14S 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ■•/>." Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



■ •-. 


Bank. 


- 




Bemai ).-. 


Whiteman, David C. 


Priv., 


21 


r.29, 1864 


Vet. Vol. 


Whiteman, Robert R 


i. 


L8 


Oct. 27,1863 




-on . 


1 1 


23 


Sept. 7, 1864 


_ _ _ 


charged. 










Walters, Thomas B. 


2d Lt.. 




Aug. 2<>. L861 


Mar. 21. '03. 


^Miller. Frederick . 


Priv., 


33 


" 


For disability. Mav :7. C3 at Chirks- 


id, I -.cab. H. 


" 




20, " 


ilitv. June 10. Ib63, at 


Skelton, William M. 


Capt., 




27, " 


•■•expired. 


Sheppard, Ezekiel . 


1st Lt. 




27, " 


i. (i 


Rolston. Oliver 1'. . 


Serg't, 


21 


27, " 


ii ,, 


Hatfield, Samuel . 


Corp'l, 


22 


27, " 


IC II 


Jobes, Abner JI. 


Cf 


22 


27, " 


,i ii ii 


Camp, F. W. G. . . 


tt 


34 


. '■ 


ii i . 


Bennett. William . 


Priv., 


L'l 


"7 " 


' • 


Bumgardner, D. F. 


tt 


21 


27'. •■ 


ii 


Cain. Granville B. . 


" 


_'l 


27, " 


ii . - it 


Douglass, George B. 


tt 


23 


27 " 


ii ii , . 


Elliott, Nashville . 


" 


jo 


27! " 


II II CI 


Layfield, John . . 


" 


56 


27, " 


II II II 


Layfield, George 


tt 


I'.i 


2*7 « 


II II II 


Nixon, Wilson . . 


it 


22 


2:, " 


11 11 II 


Miller. William . . 


U 


30 


27, " 


II II II 


McGill, Henry D. . 


(f 


42 


27 " 


II II 1. 


Peck. Tarlton . . 


t t 


20 


27! " 


1 . 11 


Pool, Charles P. . 


" 


18 


27, " 


11 . ■ It 


Roach, Jesse C. . . 


tt 


20 


27, " 


II 


Smith, Levi . . . 


tt 


20 


27, ' ; 


tl . . II 


Steed, Amos K. . . 


it 


18 


27, " 


II II 


Howard, William . 


Corp'l, 


2> 


Oct. 21, " 


Oct, 21. V,!, 


Black, William . . 


Priv., 


19 


21. " 


ii 


Dougherty, Daniel . 


tt 


11 


21, " 


ii 


Howard, John . . 


" 


30 


21, " 


ii ii 


Kibbee, William S. 


" 


1 1 


21, " 


a a u 


Lee, Alexander . 


" 


21 


21, " 


ii ii ii 


Riddle, David J. . 


1 1 


2s 


21, " 


ii ii n 


Sharpnack, Elias . 


it 


23 


21. " 


a i. 


Stout, Thomas J. . 


(< 


22 


21, " 


ii ii ,i 


Walters, George T. 


" 


19 


21, " 


ii it ii 


Wildman, Joseph . 


u 


33 


21. ■ 


11 1! II 


Transferred, 










Sigler, Philip, . . 


1st Sgt 




Aug. 20, " 


Pro. 2d i.t. Co. <;. UthW. v. iniy. 


^4rnett, Esram . . 


Priv. 


24 


20, " 


,i u F) 


Taylor, Philip T. . 


Corp'l, 




Oct, 21, " 


» \ ..\r(y,.Tul> 11. -CI 


Hogue, David B. . 


Priv. 


21 


21, •« 


II II ll ll 


Rockenbaugh, C. H. 


ii 


in 


21, " 


11 u li ll 


Wilson, Jasper N. . 


" 


2d 


21. " 


i. u ii li 


Died, 










Rogers, John S. . . 


Priv. 


2:: 


21, " 


Accldentallv drowned tX Webb'i 
UiUa, ffVTO., Feb. 19, 1862. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "D," ntry— Continued. 












Cunningham, Edw'd 
Mullinax, Robei 

int, Timothy . 

irt, Jam.- M. 

Douglass, James R. 

Hogue, William J. . 

Phillip.-. Jacob W. 

Aggrega; 



l'riv.. 



■ 



! 



t. 21, 
1- 21, 

2] 

18 Au 

b. 8, 






1863 
1861 



U . \ .i . 
At 1... i.i ■• 

V:l , M 

\\ . V&..A 

145 men. 



w'w /.. Peirpoin my ••/•.'." ' Fa. 

Infantry Volunteers, showing the changes which have taken place from the 
date of the ort mpany to - 

teredoviofil . by lAeut. Henry C. Peck, 11/// U. S. Tnfy. 

Compiled from the muster-out rolls. 



•uea. 


Bank. 


to 

- 


When mastered 
into service. 


irks. 


Peirpoint, Larkiu . 


Capt., 




Aug. 31, 
Sept 4, 


1SG1 


Commissi* 


Dotson, Charles . 


Serg't, 




•• 


Mustered out. 


Kendall, Amos . . 


a 


19 


Aug. 31, 


" 


ii 




Prunty, Elmore 


Corp'l, 




31, 


.i 


" 




Goff. Justus S. . . 


" 




81, 


<! 


!! 




Exline, Abraham . 


•■ 


30 


31, 




II 


" 


"Wass, Harrison . 






'• 


It 




Overfield, Martin . 


Wag'r 


t5 " 4, 


" 


. f 


a 


Bird, Davis . . . 


Priv. 


21 Aug. 31, 


" 


" 




Cox, Daniel W. . . 


a 


22 31, 


1 . 




ii 


Coalgate, John C. . 


ii 




.. 




ii 


Dotson, Clinton . . 


<( 


1- 31, 


II 




1 1 


Dotson, John W. 


u 


:;i 


31, 


1. 


CI 


■• 


Dotson, Luman . 


<< 


L8 


Sept 4, 


II 




" 


Douglas, Thomas A. 


" 


21 


4, 


II 


'• 


'■ 


Goff, Alexand' 


■• 


2-1 Aug. 31, 


II 


o. W 


• Tr.n-. Gil 


Greathouse, A. M. 


ii 


18 Sept 4, 


" 


Mustered out. 


Hess, Geo. W. . . 


ii 


19 Aug. 31, 


11 




'• 


Kellv, John 0. . . 


■I 




31, 


II 


" 


'• 


in, E. W. . . 


i. 


■r, 


31, 


'■ 






McConnaughy , John 


a 




31, 


II 




ii 


McDonald, Alex. . 


" 


18 


31, 




ii 


" 


Nutter, Andrew J. 


i . 


19 


Sept 4, 


•■ 


" 


'• 


Overfield, William J. 


" 


L8 


4, 


11 


ii 


1 1 


Powell, Isaac C. . . 




19 


4, 


I. 


ii 


II 


Riddle, Davidson C. 




20 Aug. 31, 


It 


'■ 


" 


Robinson, James W. 




.... 


31, 


II 


Pris. of war 
met Co. \v 


captured kl 
V. Scot. 11 


Rollins, Benj. F. . 


'■ 


23 


31, 




Mustered out. 


Riddle, Lowman 


" 


21 


31, 


II 


ii 


1 1 



150 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company il E" Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






Rank. 



Rollins, Edward 
Summers, Elijah W 
Snodgrass, Elijah C 
Stewart, Robert W 
Smith, Gilbert . 
Stevens, Elijah . 
Sandy, Wm. H. II. 
Treagle, Samuel . 
Towner, Miner P. 
Towner, William. 
Webb, George 
Wilson, Joshua . 
White, James W. 
Watson, Otho G. 
Ward, Jasper 
Waldo, Hickman 
Zinn, Granville P. 
Zinn, John W. 
Zinn, Edward D. C 
Zinn, William B. 

Recruits, 
Ireland, George M. 
Neidert, Nicholas . 
Cunningham, P. J. . 
Osbourn, Joshua S. . 
Broadwater, Marcu 
Edwards, John B. . 
Goff, Elijah 0. . . 
Jaco, Benjamin F. . 
Jones, Aaron S. . 
Powell, Benjamin C. 
Shinn, William J. . 
Silcott, Lewis T. 
Trainer, Edgar . . 
Trainer, William . 
Zinn, Marion B. 

Veterans., 
Westfall, James B. . 
Bush, Daniel S. . . 
Brown, Zebedee . 
Waldo, Bartlett . 
Dougherty, Jos. H. 
Brown, Andrew S. . 
Braden, Silas . . 
Butcher, Valentine 
Collins, Shadrick C. 
Dotson, A. E. . . 
Dotson, Garrison 



Priv., 



Priv. 



IstLt., 
2d Lt. 
1st Ser 
Mus'n, 
s Priv., 



Serg't, 
tt 

Corp'l, 

ii 

it 
Priv., 



!:, 
22 
22 
24 
20 

20 
29 
20 
22 
L8 
2o 

2] 
13 
18 
43 
21 
23 
18 
19 

22 
22 
24 
2-1 
L8 
20 
22 
is 
25 
20 
30 
19 
20 
30 
is 

33 

31 
25 
!:; 
21 
20 
23 
26 
20 
21 
25 



i 



Sept 4, 1801 Mustered out, 

Aug.31, " 

31, " 

31, " 

31, " 

Sept 4, " 

|Aug.3l', " 

iSept 4, " 

Aug. 31^ " 

31, " 

Ol (( Pris. of war ; captured at Troy , Gil- 

ox i :' mcr Co. W. V. Sept. 12 1S63. 

'Sept. 14, 1801 Mustered out, 

Aug.31, " 
,Sept. 4, " 
Aug. 31, " 

31, " 

31, 



Feb. 
Ap'l 
Dec. 

Mar. 
Oct. 



Aug. 



Mar. 
Aug. 
Mar. 
Aug. 



31, " 

6, 1863 
15 " 
12', 1861 
12, " 

29, 1864 
21, 1861 

30, 1863 

21, 1861 

22, 1863 
22, " 
22 " 
29' 1864 
22, 1863 
29, 1864 
22, 1863 



Comm'd Capt. Pro. from 1st Sergt 

Pro, from 1st Ser. Co. P Cth TV. V. 
Inf. April 11 1863. 

Dis'd Nov. 5, 1864. 
Dis'd Nov. 5, 1864. 
Not mustered out. 
Dis'd Sept, 27, 1864. 
Not mustered out. 
Dis'd Sept. 27, 1864. 
Not mustered out. 



Dec. 


27. 
27, 


it 

< 1 


Re- 


enl'd Dec. 27. 
27, 


'63 

t ( 


July 


23, 


1864 




" Feb. 23, 


'64 


Dec. 




1863 




" Dec. 27, 


'63 


Feb. 


27, 


1864 


ne-. -nlM Feb. 27, 1861. Pro. 2d Lt. 
Co. Clith W. V. I. Nov. 1 286*. 


Dec. 


27, 

27. 


1863 

1! 


Re- 


enl'd Dec. -~. 

" 07 


'63 


Feb. 


27. 


1864 




Feb. 27, 


'64 


Dec. 


27, 


1863 




Dec 

27, 


'63 


Jan. 


25, 


1864 




Jan. 25, 


'64 



AD JUTA XT ( ; E N E R A I AS REPORT. 

\try— Continued. 



l.M 






Dougherty, Geo. W. 
b.Robt. V. 

McDonald, Wesley 
Riley 

hell, Josiali . 
Mitchell, Robert 

Mil, John W. 
Miller, William . 

Philippbar, William 
Robinson, Joseph W 
Stevens, Lindsey M. 
Smith, Levi . . 
Seders, Jeremiah 
Silcott, James H. 
Thomas, John A. 
Wilson, Arthur . 
Wade, George M. 
Wilson, Arch 
Wilt, Eli . . . 
Williams, Hiram 
Wyatt, Jasper . 
Wmeburg, Henry C 

Discharged. 
Dotson, Lloyd . . 
Summers, Joseph A 
Pool, Thomas 

Transferred. 
Halbert, John R. . 
Barker, Jacob . 
Duckworth, W. A. . 
Nutter, Thomas E. . 
Rollins, Leroy 

Died, 
Young, David H. . 
Bird, Christ iai 

ley, Geo. H. . 
McGraw, John . 
Osbourn, Marion . 

fall, Daniel R. 
Wilson, George . . 

Desr 

Fleming Alfred W. 

Goff, William H. H. 

Additional Recruits, 

since Muster- out. 

Brown, Edward M. 



Rank. 



1'i'iv. 






1st Lt. 

2d Lt., 
Priv. 

Corp'l, 

Priv. 
Priv. 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



Dec. 



Mar. 
Dec. 

Mar. 
Dec. 

Mar. 
Dec. 

Feb. 
Feb. 

Dec. 

Mar. 
Dec. 



Dec. 
Feb. 

Aug 
•Sept. 
Aug. 



Sept, 
Aug. 



Sept. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept. 
Aur. 



27 

27 

27 

27 

4 

27 

27 
27 
28 
27 

31, 

4 

31 

31 

4 

31 

31 

4 
:;l 
21 

■! 

31 
31 

4 

21 
21 



1863 



1864 
1863 

1864 
1863 

1864 
1863 

1864 

1863 



1364 
1863 



1864 
1861 



1861 






Re-enl'd D 

27 
27 

" 

•■ 1) 

Cumberland, Mil. 

Re-enl'd Mar. 2 

" Dec. 27, '63 
27. 
Feb. 27 

Dec. 27, '63 
27, " 
27, - 
Mar. 24, '64 
" Dec. 27, "63 
27, " 
:, " 
. " 
" Feb. 27, *64 

Res'd Jan. 15, 1862. 
Res'd Jan. 15, 1862. 

Ifnsp. Clarksburg W. V. 
IkS, by medical direction. 

Tollaulsby's Battery, July 30 1862. 



Of typhoid fever July SO 

•p. Cumberland. Md. 
I fever Oct. •-" 
Barrisville. Va. 

. 1 fever Doc. 12 

or small pox April 3 1S61 at Clarks- 
burg, W. Va. 

:ion Dec. 8 1861, in Wirt 

Killed in action July 26 1- 

W. Va. 
Of gonorrhoea. Dec. 28 18C2, at TVo«t 
Union, \v. Va. 



1 ftfil From Camp Uaymond W. V., Sept. 



30 Sept. 27, 1864 l Enl'd for one year. 



152 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company U E, , ~ Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Bank. 



When mustered 



Remarks. 



Bee, Azariah 
Beatty, John A. 
Bollyard, Christian 
Braham, AVilliam 
Braham, Thomas 
Collins, Alexander 
Cox, Philip L. . 
Clayton, David L. 
Case, Elisha C. . 
Case, Thomas B. 
Dougherty, John W 
Dumire, John W. 
Davis, Ulysses . 
Eddy, James P. 
Finnegan, John N. 
Fisher, Sylvester 
Gaines, James E. 
Goff, Martin V. . 
Goff, Henry . . 
Harsh, Andrew . 
MeDaniel, Tilman H 
Mason, Eli . . 
Moore, John . . 
Morris, Nimrod . 
McNemer, William 
Nutter, Andrew J. 
Nutter, Floyd . 
Osbourn, John W. 
Powell, Daniel . 
Parks, William H 
Robinson, Joshua G 
Roberts, David . 
Summers, Israel 
Sanders, Thomas 
Tharp, Phineas . 
Williams, Andrew J 
Whetzel, Joseph 
Whitehair, David I 
Whitehair, John P 
Zinn, Thomas G. 
Zinn, Henry C. . 
Cummings, William 



Priv. 



21 Oct. 
18 Aug. 

18 Sept, 
22 

25 Oct. 

L9 

IT 
18 

28 Oct. 

19 Sept. 
18 

1 8 Oct. 
1 8 Aug. 
27 Oct. 

29 Sept. 
24 

-I ! Oct. 

L8Sept. 

19 

Vug. 

17 Sept. 

23 Oct. 

18 

18 

1 8 Sept. 
is 

17 

24 Oct. 
IS Sept. 

18 Oct. 
2G Aug. 

19 Nov. 
29 Sept. 
l:i 

21 
L9 
17 



26, 1864 Enl'd for one year. 
20, " 



d, 

o 
O, 

30, 

5, 

30, 

o 

23, 

22, 

6, 

28, 
24, 
6, 
22, 
22, 



5, 

o 

6, 
30, 
30, 
22, 
17, 
21, 

4, 

11, 

4, 

19, 

24, 

17, 

18, 

30, 

3, 

5, 

20, 

o 

16', 
14, 
30, 
30, 



Sub. for Francis Irviu, drafted in 

- D., 1-t l»i-t.. W. V 
Bub. for Moses Parting, drafted in 
lfith S. D., 1st Dist., W. V. 

Sub. for David C. Coplar. 

- I).. 1st Dist., W. V. 

Eni'd for one year. 



Sub. for John R. Brown, drafted in 

loth S. D., 1st Hist.. W. V. 
Drafted in Doddridge Co., W, V. 

Sub. for Jackson I.eoson. drafted in 
34th S. D , Lsl Dist., W. V. 

Eii I'd for one year. 

Sui,. for David Barton, drafted in 
46th s. 1).. 1st Dist., "'. v. 

Enl'd for one year. 

Sub, t'T J,, ,'nii Morris, drafted in 
lfith S. D., 1st Dist., W. V. 

Enl'd for one year. 

Sub. for John .1. Ash, drafted in 33d 
S. I>. 1 i Di '.. W. V. 

Enl'd for one year. 



Sub. for Bcnj. K. Shuttleworth, be- 
fore draft, 37th S. D., 1st Dist., W. 
V. Died - IN", I. 



Aggregate, 159 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



153 



Return •/ Captain William HaWs Company '•/■'," of the Sixth Regi- 
ment PFest Virginia Infantry, Volunteers, stationed at Rotolesburg, II'. 
on the 20th day of December, 1864, together with a complete record of the 
changes that have ta ' \tion. 

William Ball, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Hall, William . . 
( larrico, John II. 
Gallion, Valentine J 
Bowermaster, 
Call, Horace M. 
Carson, Peyton . 
( larrico, .fames A 
Nine, Eli F. . . 
Grimes, Joshua M 
Biggs, Joseph . 
BishofF, Henry . 
Chidester, George W 
Plum, John C. . 
Funk, Samuel M. 
Rhodes, Joseph T. 
Heartman, Geo. W 
Adams, Eli L. . 
Ayresman, Philip 
Bohon, Peter . 
Bohon, Paul . . 
Baugh, William H 
Beavers, Moses C. 
Beavers, John F. 
Beain, John G. . 
Bishoff, John A. 
Burke, Michael . 
Carson, Hiram F. 
Call, Alfred B. . 
Collins, James . 
Cale, Jacob . . 
Carson, James A. 
Deakins, Leonard M 
Davis, Robert S. 
Davis, John L. . 
Davis, Benjamin 
Deets, John H. . 
Emerson, James . 
Evans, Stephen . 
Ervin, Samuel W 
Ford, Dabney K. 
Fries, John E. . 
Graham, Nath'iel C 
Griffith, John C. 
Goff, Alpheus . 
20 



Rank. 



When ii 
Into Ben Ice. 



Remarks. 



Capt.. 1S61' 



1st Lt., 


1" 


25, 


2d Lt., 


26|June 1, 


1st Ser 


32 


Feb. 22, 


Serg't, 


26 


Jan. 1, 


it 




i 


1 i 


27 


l] 


it 




1, 


Corp'l. 


28 


Aug. 28, 


'• 


23 


Feb. 22, 


" 


41 




" 




22, 


ii 




99 






" 


23 


Jan. 1, 


<( 


23 


Feb. 22, 


u 


22 


Jan. 1, 


Priv., 


20 


Oct. 29, 


< ( 


34 


Jan. 1, 


I : 


18 


Dec. 30, 




22 


Mar. 1, 


" 


23 


Aug. 22, 


a 


20 


22, 


ii 


21 


Feb. 22, 


ii 




Aug. 22, 


K 


20 


Feb. 22, 


ii 


20 


22, 


ii 




Mar. 8, 


ii 


19 


Jan. 1, 


ii 


23 


1, 


a 


28 


1, 


a 


30 


Feb. 22, 


ii 


2€ 


Aug. 22, 


ii 


25 


Feb. 22, 


ii 


20 


22, 


" 




Aug. 22, 


ii 


20 


Jan. 1, 


" 


25 


Oct. 31, 


a 




31, 




18 


29, 


ii 


33 


Dec. 


ii 


20 


Feb. 22, 


ii 


33 


Oct. 27, 


ii 


23 


Aug. 22, 


a 


21 


Jan. 1, 



1863 _ 

1864 Vet. 
1861 • 



Vol. 



Vet. Vol. 



1863 _ 

1864 Vet. 
1861 | _ 
1864, _ 



;Vet. 
Vet. 



Vol. 

Vol. 
Vol. 



Vet. Vol. 



Vet. 



Vet. 



1863 



1864 Vet. 

1863 _ 

1864 _ 
" Vet. 



Vol. 
Vol. 

Vol. 
Vol. 



154 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company ll F" Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Names. 


Rank. _| 


^to^vicef 11 | Remarks - 


Goff, Elisha . . . 


Priv., 24 


■Jan. 1, 1864 Vet. Vol. 




Grim, Henry . . . 


2C 


)Feb. 22, " 


" " 




Giles, Gustavus B. . 


4/ 


iOct. 17, " 


- - 


~ 


Harsh, David . . 


3( 


29, 1863 


- 


- 


Harsh, Daniel F. . 


21 


I Sept. 3, 1864 


- 


- 


Hebb, John C. . . 


11 


i Oct. 29, 1863 


- 


- 


Hebb, Robert H. . 


2 


(Feb. 22, 1864 Vet. Vol. 




Hebb, Thornton F. 


4 


1 Aug. 22, " 


- 


Hebb, Thomas F. . 


1 


5 Jan. 1, " ;Vet. Vol. 




Hooton, Chas. S. M. 


3 


2 Aug. 22, " 


- 


Hall, William H. . 


1 


3 22, " 


_ 


- 


Heckard, John W. 


1 


3 22, " 


_ _ 


_ 


Hey, Henry . . . 


3 


9 Oct. 17, " 


- 


- 


Jackson, Andrew . 


2 


ODec. 30, 1861 


- 


- 


Jackson, Elisha II. . 


" 2 


b Feb. 22, 1864 


Vet. Vol. 




Jackson, Samuel J. 


2 


4 22, " 


11 11 




Jones, John M. . . 


1 


8 Aug. 22, " 


_ 


- 


Knotts, Absolom . 


" 1 


8 22, " 


_ 


- 


Knotts, William C. 


2 


9 Jan. 4, " 


_ 


_ 


Lantz, Henry M. . 


3 


2 Dec. 30, 1861 


_ _ 


_ 


Lipscomb, Daniel . 


1 


4 Feb. 22, 1864 


Vet. Vol. 




Lipscomb, Sylvester 


2 


3 Jan. 1, " 


" " 




Lipscomb, David H. 


3 


2 Feb. 22, " 


11 a 




Mason, John G. 


4 


3 Dec. 30, 1861 


- 


- 


Mason, Elisha . . 


2 


Feb. 22, 1864 


Vet. Vol. 




May, Lewis . . . 


1 


8 Sept. 3, " 


- 


- 


Martin, William D. 


1 


9 Aug. 22, " 


- 


- 


Messenger, Edward 


3 


Dec. 30, 1861 


_ 


- 


Messenger, S. W. . 


2 


3 Jan. 1, 1864 


Vet. Vol. 




McGovern, Luke . 


4 


2 1, " 


" 




McFord, James . . 


a 

L 


1 Aug. 22, " 


- 


- 


Myers, James S. 


" 2 


,1 26, " 


_ 


- 


Parsons, S. H. . 


5 


!3 Oct. 29, 1863 


_ 


- 


Price, Granison S. . 


" c. 


»4 Aug. 22, 1864 


_ 


- 


Peaslee, John K. . 


] 


8 Jan. 1, " 


! Vet. Vol. 




Purinton, Thomas L. 


s 


12 1, " 


! it 11 




Pierce, Samuel W. . 


" c 


»3 1, " 


" " 




Plum, Jacob . . . 


" c 


;o 1, " 


I u 11 




Robinson, And'w C. 


<; c 


58 Dec. 30, 1861 


_ 


_ 


Rogers, Laban J. . 


4 


t4 Feb. 22, 1864 


Vet. Vol. 




Ray, Ebenezer . 


] 


.8 Oct. 29, 1863 


_ 


_ 


Ridenour, John H. 




JO Jan. 1,1864 


Vet Vol. 




Santmyer, George N. 


" l . 


14 Aug. 22, " 


_ 


- 


Shaffer, John R. . 


11 f 


28 Sept. 3, " 


_ 


- 


Stall, Joseph . . . 


" i 


18 3, " 


- 


- 


Sell, Daniel H. . . 


(1 c 


56 Oct. 3, " 


_ 


- 


Spangler, John A. . 


! 


9 Jan. 1, " 


Vet. Vol. 




Sinclair, Alexander 


u c 


50 1, " 


1 11 11 





ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "F," Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



155 






Rank. 



When m 
Into Si 



Remarks. 



her; James S. . 
Stewart, James . . 
Sypole, George W. . 
Steringer, Jacob A. 
Trickett, Abraham . 
Taylor, James C. . 
Wotring, Henrv G. . 
Wolf, Israel . 

Mustered Out. 
Wheeler, Henry H. 
Knotts, Samuel 
Hooton, James 
Felton, Henry 
Trowbridge, L. M. . 
Grim, David . 
Smith, John . 
Bell, Landon 
Beaty, William W 
Carr, Anthony 
Cassiday, Mosea 
Elsey, Abraham 
Ellett, Jacob . 
Jackson, George 
King, Timothy 
Kei rigan, Roger 
Lynch, Philip 
Plum, Eugenius 
Quinn, Patrick 
Rinehart, John W. . 
Watkins, J. E. R. . 
Ridenour, Wm. H. . 
Saunders, John S. . 

Transferred, 
Bennett, Edward A. 
Annan, Joseph A. . 
Hall, Reiten W. . 

Died, 
Sypole. John W. 
Jackson, James E. . 
Perkins, James W. . 
Ridenour, Aaron C. 
Stuckey, Joseph 
Sidwell, Wm. I. . . 
Taylor, Alexander . 
Whetsell, Isaac "C. . 
Wotring, Wm. H. . 

Deserted. 
Bowden, H. S. 0. . 



Priv. 18 Jan. 1, 1864 
44lFeb. 22, " 
23 22, " 

22 Aug.26, " 
18 Dec. 30, 1861 
20 Feb. 22, 1864 
36 Sept. 3, " 
25;Jan. 1, " 



Serg't, 
Corp'l, 



Wag'r 
Priv. 



35 Sept. 

.... 



1st Sgt 

Priv. 

Serg't, 

Mus'n 
Priv. 



5, 

5, 

25, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

25, 

25, 

5, 

5, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

Sept. 25, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

5, 



1861 



29 

■13 
24 
26 
32 

■13 
27 
30 
23 
21 
43 

45 

41 Oct 

40 
2g 

25 
35 
23 
23 

25 
29 



Vet. Vol. 

Vet. Vol. ~ 
Vet. Vol. " 

Term of service expired. 



« 


is 


II 


23 


(1 


18 


IC 


18 


II 


44 


II 


31 


II 


37 


II 


21 



Oct, 


•J, 

29, 


1863 


Sept 


5, 

5, 


1S61 

it 




5, 


a 




5, 


ii 


Oct. 


30, 


ii 


Sept. 


5, 
25, 


ii 

1! 


Aug. 


22 


1864 
ii 


- 




- 



Pro. Ser. Maj. 
1 Com. Ser. 
1 Q.M. Ser. 



156 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S EEPORT. 

Company "F" Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 


Bank. 


< 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Liston, Josiah C. 
Lambert, Stewart S. 
Poynter, Hyson C. . 


Priv. 
" 


18 
19 
43 


|Sept. 25, 1861 


- 



Aggregate, 139 men. 



Return of Capt. John T. Drake's Company "(?," of the Sixth Regiment West 
Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Parkersburg, W. Fa., on the 2bth 
day of December, 1864, together with a complete record of the changes that 
have taken place since its organization. 

(Signed) J. T. Drake, Capt. Commanding Company. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Drake, John T. 
Dils, Peter E. 
Linhart, James 
Clark, Joseph T 
Clark, Samuel 
Dill, David H. 
Kennida, John P. 
Anderson, John A 
Boswath, Hugh Y 
Bartlett, Silas B. 
Barrett, Courtney A 
Cazadd, Leonard 
Carder, James S. 
Clark, Abisha . 
Geer, Richard M. 
Johnson, Stephen 
Kinney, Solon 
King, Martin V. 
King, Henry H. 
Kuhns, Ichabod D. 
Little, Alfred . 
Lazier, Commodore 
Loyd, Irvin . . 
Lewis, Josiah 
Musser, Joseph . 
Moore, Jefferson 
Sherrer, Washington 
Sprigg, John T. 
Hall, Charles . 
Truman, Jehu . 
Wetzell, Jonathan 
Wherry, Madison 



Capt., 
1st Lt. 
2d Lt. 
1st Sei 
Serg't, 



Priv 



33 
33 
23 
23 
44 
21 
24 
30 
20 
20 
20 
20 
23 
25 
23 
26 
44 
23 
2] 
34 
:M 
26 
26 
|23 
20 
23 
20 
■24 
28 
24 
128 
[28 



Sept, 9, i861[ Pro - fromlstLt - 0cl - 14 ' 1864 - 

Oct 9 IRfiQ Pro - from 2dLt -' Oct. H, 1864. 

Dec 30 1 863- ° - from lst Ser '' Oot ' 13, 1864- 



30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 



Vet. Vol. Pro. from Corp'l. 



Vet. Vol. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



157 



Company "<?," Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 






•uitSj 
Bachus, Ja 

-. Smith B. 
Barnes, John 
Bibbee, Franklin H 
Blackwell, Robert. 
Bonnell, Charles B 
Clemens, Blackwell 
Clemens, Furguson 
Clemens, John . 
Clemens, Lemuel E 
Clark, John S. . 
Chipps, Samuel C. 
. ■:onl. William 
Davis, Sylvanus 
Davis, Timothy K 
Davison, Theodore 
Darnald, Cur W. 
Dawson, Michael 
Dodd, Felix . . 
Ellis, John J. S. . 
Eckles, William W 
Emmons, John W. 
Flowers, Emory E 
Fox, Samuel H. . 
Frazee, Francis M. 
Fincham, Charles H. 
Gaugwer, Henry I 
Gaskins, John A. 
Harper. John L. 
Hoy, Elijah . . 
Hersey, George W 
Henderson, John F 
Ingry, Jackson . 
King, James . 
King, Wells . . 
Kinney, Henry T. 
Lamb, John A. . 
Lauder man. Timothy 
King, William 
Lewis, Edward I. 
Metcalf, Eli W. . 
Martin. Abijah . 
Myers, John W. . 
Morgan, Andrew J 
Moore, Levi . . 
Moody, Franklin 
McAllister, James C. 



Rank. 



When m 
into Bon Ice. 



Bemarks. 



Priv., 



18 


Sept. 30, 


32 


Oct. 


L9 
24 


Sept 

27, 




Oct. 3, 


2] 


17, 


20 


30, 


L9 
29 


Sept. 3, 
16, 


13 


5, 


18 


5, 


18 


17, 


20 


23, 


is 


30, 


2] 


12, 


37 


Oct. 3, 


IS 
32 


Sept. 14, 


18 


14, 


il- 


Oct. 7, 


ls 

20 


Sept. 17, 
Oct. 


18 


Sept. 30, 




21, 


L9 


30, 


18 


14, 


20 


Oct. 2. 


38 


Sept. 30, 
Oct. 2. 


2-1 


2 


L8 


30. 




9, 


17 
18 


Sept. 30, 
Oct. 13, 


:;i 


1, 


22 


3, 


44 


30, 


17 
37 


Sept. 30, 
23, 


20 


Oct. 2. 


20 


14, 


L8 

is 


Sept. 1, 
Oct. 2 1. 


18 


6, 


42 


1 , 


19 


Sept 



1804 



1863 
1864 



1862 
1864 : 

1864 



1863 
1864 



2, 1862 



1864 
1862 



158 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "(7," Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Nami 9. 



Rank. 


£ 

5 

< 


When mastered 
into Bert ice. 


Priv. 


L£ 


Oct. 27, 18G2 


11 


27 
24 


Sept. 30, " 
30, " 


" 


27 


Oct. 3, " 


" 


2( 


3, " 


" 


2( 


30, 1863 


" 


34 


1, 1864 




1-1 
11 


Sept. 30, " 
Oct. 3, " 


n 


3( 
L8 


Sept. 16, " 
16, " 


it 


2C 


Oct. 30, 1863 


ii 


L8 


29, " 


(t 


L8 


10, «« 


ii 


18 


14, " 


if 


is 


6, » 


" 


36 


Sept. 30, " 


it 


22 


Oct. 2, 1862 


ii 


23 


14, " 

26, " 


Capt., 
1st Ser 


23 


Sept. 9, 1861 
9, " 


Serg't, 


28 


9, " 


a 


28 


Oct. 4, " 


Corp'l, 

a 


43 
34 


Sept. 9, " 
9, " 


a 


44 


Oct. 14, " 


Wag'r 


26 
26 


Sept. 9, " 
9, » 


Priv. 


24 


23, " 


(< 


20 


9, " 


( c 


23 


9, " 


If 


21 


Oct, 1, " 


ii 
u 


44 

Ij 


Sept. 9, " 
9, " 


a 


11 


oq tt 


it 


20 


9, " 


u 


25 


9, " 


" 


JO 


23, " 


it 


25 


9, " 


d 


1! 


23, " 


ii 


23 


Oct. 1, " 




44 
26 


Sept. 9, " 
23, " 


<< 


LI 


28, " 


<< 


12 


9, " 


<< 


ii 


Oct. 1, " 



Remarks. 



Naggs, Joseph O. , 

Orndorff, Benj. F. 

Pilcher, Henry C. 

Prine, Huston . 

Roach, Bushrod . 

Steward, George W 

Suiith, Elijah . , 

Shriner, Andrew , 

Starkey, John C. . 

Stutlar, Aaron . . 

Tucker, James K. . 

Walker, James . 

Walker, Joseph . . 

Willoby, Thomas . 

Williams, Thomas . 

White, Taylor . . 

Watts, Felix . . . 

Yates, William H. . 

Keys, Thomas J. 

Queen, Peter L. 
Mustered Out. 
Mattingly AVm. H. . 
Haight, Charles C. . 
Rice, Nathaniel . . 
Mclntyre, Jacob IT. 
Musser, Samuel . . 
Lutz, Baltzar . . 
Debolt, Benjamin . 
Linhart, Samuel . 
Harper, Leonard A. 
Anderson, P. . . . 
Ballentine, Wm. E. 
Ballentine, Geo. K. 
Ballentine, John S. 
Bartlett, Sterling . 
Burnard, Thos. H. . 
Bowar, Lewis . . 
Chichester, C. G 
Deem, Calvin M 
Carban, Imlah 
Dils, Charles B. 
Davis John J. 
Devaughn, Elmore 
Easton, George . 
Firestone, Michael 
Fitzgerald, Peter 
Gantz, Leonard . 
Geer, Jonathan . 



Wounded :it Hulltown, W. Va., Oct. 
8, L863. Term ol sen Ice expired. 

Term of serv. expi'd 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "G," Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 








Bank. 


s 


When inn--. ,. 




Gribble, Alexander 


I'riv., 


24 


Sept. 28, 1861 (Term of 


expi'd 


Hunter, Charles 


a 


l:: 


OQ 11 i< I 




ory D. 


(i 


25 


24, " 




Jackson, Benj. F. . 


11 


33 


, " 




Kaveney, Francis . 


ii 


:n 


23, " 




Konner, John . . 




.-;: 


„ 




Lewis Nathaniel 


1! 


26 


9, 




Leonard Wallace C. 


II 




ii a 




Musser, Henry . . 


II 




9, '• 




Mullen, Edward 


" 


11 


„ 




Monahan, Patrick . 


" 


■11 


9, » 




Moore, James . . 


It 


44 


23, " 




Maxwell. Nelson . 


II 


37 


24, " 




Melntyre, John W. 


II 


33 


Oct. 4, ' 




Newbanks, Levi 


II 


44 


Sept. 9, " 




Pollack, Robert . . 


II 


41 


9, ■ 




Smith, Edward . . 


11 


-- 


9, " 




Spencer, Jackson V. 


'• 




9, 




Seyock, S. H. V. . 


II 


3^ 


9, " 




Snodgrass, John W. 


II 


21 


23, " 




Smith, Joseph M. . 


" 




24, " 




Vandike, Martin S. 


II 


42 


9, " 




Wetzel, John D. 


II 




9, « 




Walker, David . . 


II 


21 


28, " 




Whitlatch, Wm. P. . 


II 


33 


23, " 




Wilt, James W. . . 


II 


22 


Oct. 1, " 




Yates, Granville 


II 




Sept. 9, " 




Dismissed. 










Hoy, Henry J. . . 


2d Lt„ 




n >' Dishonorably dismissed, 


October 9, 


Discharged., 










Bailey, Frederick . 


Priv. 


12 


23, " 


- 


Littleton, Isaac F. . 


ii 


1-1 


23, " 


- 


Transferred. 










Lang, William . . 

Died, 
Dakin, William . . 


ii 


21 


9, " 




ii 


_ 


23, " 


— 


Marr, John . . 


" 


33 


9, " 


_ 


Smith, William D. . 


u 


20 


9,. " 


_ 


Sprouse, Calvin . . 


" 


18 


23, " 


_ 


Tread way, James E. 


ii 


■2-2 


9, " 


_ 


Vandever, Sanford . 


a 


18 


9, " 


_ 


Barron, John . . 


Serg't, 


28 


23, " 


- 


Deserted, 










Dickenson, James X. 


Priv. 


20 


9, " 


_ 


James, John E. . 


ii 


22 


Oct. 31, " 


_ 


Trueman, Robert . 


ii 


44 


Sept. 9, " 


_ 


Missing in Action. 










McGilton, John . . 




20 


Q « At Bulltown, W. V., Oct. 


13, 1563. 



Aggregate,. 



.168 men. 



160 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Captain William Schockey's Company "//," of the Sixth Regiment 
West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Cornwallis, W. Va-, on the 
26th day of December, 18G4, together with a complete record of the changes 
that have taken place since its organization. 

(Signed) William Sciiockey, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 


Eank. 


< 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Schockey, William . Capt., 


32| Nov. 22, 1861 






Lang, Augustus F. 


1st Lt. 


21 


Aug. 26, 1862 


_ _ 




Bush, Daniel S. . . 


2d Lt., 


:;i 


_ _ 


Promoted from Serg t Co. E 

1864. 


Dec. 20, 


Rice, John B. . . 


Serg't, 


45 


Dec, 27, 1861 






Weinrich, Philip . 


Corp'l, 


39 


27, " 






Sims, Gilbert 


<( 


22 


28, 1863 


Vet. Vol. 




Smith, Amasa . . 


!( 


28 


29, " 


• 1 




Dunkert, Frederick 


1! 


42 


Oct. 29, 1863 


Recruit. 




Reddehase, Henry . 


11 


18 Sept. 27, 1864 


Vet. Vol. 




Hardtleben, Robert 


1. 


29 Oct. 29, 1863 


Recruit. 




Bush, John, . . . 


Priv. 


38 ! Aug. 4, 1862 


" 




Bush, Nutter J. . . 


" 


18 Sept. 27, 1864 


a 




Craig, William . 


cc 


20 


Dec. 28,1863 


Vet. Vol. 




Clay, Franklin . 


II 


19 


Oct. 29, " 


Recruit. 




Cochran,' Jonathan . 


(I 


27 


Sept. 15, 1864 




" 




Coontz, Michael 


II 


36 


07 " 




" 




Deem, Jasper . . | 


18 


9, " 




" 




Deem, Jacob . . . 


II 


33 


9, " 




1 




Duff, James . . . 


II 


M 


19, " 


n 




Dye, John . . . 


II 


22 


Dec. 28, 1863 


Vet. Vol. 




Eckhardt, Fritz 


II 


10 


Mar. 21, 1864 


U 




Eppelein, John J. . 


" 


20 


Sept 13 " 


Recruit. 




Elliott, Francis M. 


II 


18 


12, » 




1 




Enix, John . . . 


II 


43 


13, " 




1 




Enoch, James G. 


II 


24 


13, " 




' 




Fordham, Thomas . 


II 


21 


19, " 




' 




Hendershot, H. L. . 


II 


26 


12 " 




< 




Howly, Martin . . 


11 


38 


13, " 




( 




Harris, Samuel K. . 


II 


18 


12, " 




1 




Harris, Romulus . 


II 


16 


17, " 




' 




Hulderman, Isaiah . 


II 


16 


19, " 




1 




Hogue, James H. . 


II 


17 


19, " 




1 




Hogue, Henry A. . 


II 


16 


19, « 




1 




Hardman, Wm. L. . 


II 


37 


21, " 




' 




Hall, Peter . . . 


" 


18 


2l[ " 




' 




Hall, Francis M. . 


" 


27 


Oct. 17, " 




1 




Hewit, Charles . 


11 


43 


Sept 21, " 




' 




Hewit, Felix H. C. 


II 


19 


21, " 




' 




Heckert, George . 


" 


28 


27, " 




' 




Hendrickson, Sam'l 


" 


18 


Nov. 19', " 


" 




Humes, Thomas . . 


(I 


22 


Dec. 28, 1863 


Vet. Vol. 




Humes, Samuel . 


11 


24 


28, " 


" 




Humes, Franklin . 


" 


19 


Sept. 4, 1864 


" 




Krouser, Lemuel . 


" 


23 


Oct. 29, 1863 


Rec 


ruit. 





ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company l -Jf," Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



161 



N 



Rank. 



Knisely. John H. . Priv. 
Lazier, John H. 
Lee, Asbury ... " 
Lee, Noble G. . . 
Lee, Josiah 
Lee, Peter . . . 
Lowther, John W. . 
Lazier, John C. . . 
Law, Thomas W. . 
McGill, Thomas H: :< 
Miller, John S. . . " 
Morgan, Miner . . 
McCoy, Alexander . 
McCoy, John . . 
Miller, Peter 
Melvin, Abraham 
Maxwell, Lamar 
Porter, George T. . 
Pickenpough, Jacob 
Pool. William R. . 
Reddehase, Freder'k 
Rohrly, Stephen 
Roach, Martin G. . 
Rickard, William . 
Sharpneck, Dan'l M. 
Sharpneck, William 
Specht, Augustus . 
Sims, John . . . 
Sieburt, Franz . . j 
Sevarin, John . . 
Steward, Francis P. 
Swadley, Henry 
Stuttler, Nimrod C. 
Smith, Wm. H. H. . 
Stewart, Joseph . . 
Stewart, John . . 
Swiger, William L. . 
Tenant, Henry . . 
Thornton, Wm. W. 
Varner, Lindsay 
Varner, Oliver . . 
W T einreich, Fred"k . 
Wyatt, Elum . . 
Weinreich, Charles 
West, James F. . . 
Wassmuth, John . 
Wilson, Charles W. 
Grayson, William K. 

21 



\\ hen mustered 
rvlce. 



Ki iu.nl. - . 



Sept. 

18 Oct. 

17 Sept 
18 

41 

16 03t. 

18 Sept, 
IS 

20 Dec. 
24 

17 Oct. 

18 Sept 
_ 

19 
18 
35 Oct. 
23 Dec. 
43 



18 
44 
26 
32 

Is 



Sept 



Oct 
18 Jan. 
18 

18 Dec. 
20 Mar. 
36 Sept. 
40 Sept. 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
23 

24 Oct. 
18 Sept. 
17 

18 Dec. 
26 Jan. 
39 Nov. 
18 Oct. 
40 

: 19 Sept. 
43 
18 
22 Dec. 



27, 

23, 

15, 
15, 
15, 
17, 
15, 
14, 
28, 
27, 
29, 
12, 
12, 
12, 
15, 
17, 
27, 
28, 
.15, 
27, 
27, 
22, 
24, 



1864 Recruit. 

1863 " 

1864 " 



28, 

24, 

27, 

27, 

9, 

0, 

9, 

9, 

9, 

19, 

18, 

9, 

19, 

28, 

25, 

25, 

29, 

29, 

,27, 

27, 

12, 

28, 



Recruit; substitute. 

1863 Vet. Vol. 
1861 Reci . 
18631 " 

1864 " 



1864 " 

1863 Vet. Vol. 
a << 

1864 Recruit. 

" Vet. Vol. 
<( ii 

" Recruit. 
« , ii 

" Vet. Vol. 

1863 

1864 



1864! 



Recruit. 



1863 Vet. Vol. 

Recruit. 
1861 " 
1863 " 

" ; " 

1864' " 

" Vet. Vol. 

" Recruit. 
1863 Vet. Vol. 



162 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Company "//." Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued, i Regi 



Names. 



Kank. 



When mustered 

into service. 



U-uJ ie ch ' 



Discharged. 
Humes, James . . IstLt., 
Broeuisen, Henry . 2d Lt. 
Loges, Frederick . 1st Sgt 
Munchrneyer, Chas. (Serg't, 
Wieneke, Charles 
Baker, Charles . 
Housmann, Fred'k . 'Priv. 
Goetze, Charles . 
Huber, Bartel . 
Bremer, William 
Blank, John . . 
Back, William . 
Bodwing, Philip 
Burr, Jacob . . 
Becker, Adolph . 
Deems, Granville 
Ebeling, Henry B. 
Ebeling, Henry Jr. 
Eckhardt, August 

Eibest, Henry . 

Fischer, August 

Fremder, Edward 

Friedrichs, August 

Fillmer, Lewis . 

Fuhrmann, Henry 

Groppe, John 

Hanke, August . 

Hillebrandt, Henry 

Hundt, Henry . 

Hedderick, Henry 

Hodgkiss, Joseph 

Klieves, Charles 

Kleinsorge, Wm. 

Knuth, Frederick 

Kempfe, Julius . 

Kettler, George . 

Lohmann, Frederick 

Muller, John . . 

McCready, John W. 

McCready, James H 

Otte, William . 

Pappert, Jonatz 

Reineke, Christian 

Schrader, William 

Senne, William . 

Siebrecht, Fred'k C 

Siebrecht, Fred'k Jr. 



28 


S;ov. 


22, 1861 


33 




.).» CI 


33 


Oct, 


7, " 


36 






44 




7, " 


24 




7, " 


45 


.^ov. 


22 " 


30 


Oct. 


7'. " 


30 




7, !i 


■2' 




7, " 


J 5 




7, " 


',9 




7, " 


32 




7, " 


43 




28, " 


07 




TJ ti 


Ci 1 




' 1 


18 


Nov 


22, " 


44 


Oct. 


7, " 


24 




7, " 


45 




7, " 


45 




28, " 


40 




7, " 


42 




7, " 


29 




28, " 


28 




7. '• 


28 




7, " 


20 




7, " 


30 




7, " 


27 




7, " 


26 




7, » 


27 




28, " 


19 




28, " 


42 




7, " 


35 




7, " 


28 




7, " 


45 




7, " 


45 




7, « 


39 




7, " 


44 




7, " 


22 




28, « 


19 




28, " 


29 




7, " 


44 




7, " 


45 




7, " 


43 




7, " 


22 




7, - 


42 




7, " 


30 




7, " 



Resigned Aug. 1(5, 1862, 1 

promotion hi IStb W. V. Iiil:iniry. 
Mustered out; term of serv. expired. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ••//,'" Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



163 



Bank. 



\\ ii.-n mustered 
lino (m i \ 1. e. 



Remarks. 



Shippel, John . . 
Sieburg. George . . 
Strautmann, Wm. . 
Specht, Henry . . 
Schwartfeger, Franz 
Tappe, Henry . . 
Walkenbauer, H. . 
Weiser, George . . 
Walther, Lorenz . 
Jordan, William 
Over, Peter . . . 
Steimnauu, Lewis . 
Hillebrand, Lewis . 
Gunlach, William . 
Zimmerman, Fred'k 

Transferred. 
Henderson, Stewart 
Merchant, John R. . 

Died, 
Grosskart, William 
Reitz, Charles . 
Schade, Ludwick 
Reineke, Henry 
Lang, Francis . 
Grotzinger, John 
Wilbmann, Joseph 

Deserted, 
Conner, Robert B. 
Nicely, James W. 
Homan, Peter E. 
Aggregate,— . 



Pri 



15 

45 

26 

20 
45 
45 

29 
20 

1 45 
26 
45 
39 
30 

22 
20 



A i 17 1 qpi Mustered out; termor serv. expired. 

7,' 

7, " 



7, 
7, 
7. 
7. 
7, 
Sept. 27, 
Oct. 7. 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 



Dec. 



Serg't 
Priv. 



36 Oct. 

15 

20 

31 

43 

38 

31 

27 Sept, 

21 

21 



27, 

27, 

7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
28, 
7, 

15, 
15, 
21, 



For disability. 

For disability, Sept! 9, 1862. at 

Wheeling. Vu. 

ibTlity, May 28, 1SC3, at 

Clarksburg, Va. 
For disability, Nov. 2(1, 1863, at Par- 

kersburg. w. Va. 
For disability, Dec. 15, 1863, at Par- 

kersburg, w, Va. 

For disability. 

To 1st U. S. Cav., Nov. 6, 1862. 
Pro. Ser. Maj., Jan. 30, 1863. 



ti Accidentally killed, Feb. 21, 1862, 

near Parkersbui 
(i 01 asthma May 11. 1862, in Beg't'l 

Hosp., West Union. Va. 
u Accidentally killed, Aug. 23, 1862. 

■ c " " Sept. 30, 1862. 

II " " Oct. 6, 1862. 

it Of pneumonia, Jan. lo, 18C3, in Reg. 

Hosp. 
ii Of phthisic, April 8, 1863, in RcgTl 

Hosp. 

1S64 At Clarksbur 8'' vr - V ' Se P l - 19 - ,64 - 



.166 men. 



Record of Capt. Charles J. Harrison's Company "J," Sixth Regiment West 
Va. Infantry Volunteers, showing the changes in said company from the date 
of organization to the date of muster-out on the 25th day of November, 1864, 
by Captain James E. Moore, 1st West Va. Infantry. Compiled from the 
muster out rolls. 



Kami -. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Harrison, Charles J.jCapt. 21 
Neill, James . . list Lt. 21 



Oct. 15, 1861 ; _ 
15, " . 

Green, Richard F. ■ 2d Lt., 27 Aug. 26, 1862 p- from nt ser., Aug. 16,186,. 
M. Mullen. William 2d Lt., 44 Oct. 15, 1861 Res'd Aug. 16, 1862. 



Howard, Thomas D. Serg't, 26 



Jefferson, Thomas 



Nov. 19, 



44 Oct. 15, 



164 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "I," Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Names. 



Orr, Uriah N. 

Pickel, Leonard 

Beam, George H 

Fry, Isaac A. 

Hays, Morton 

Blankinsop, Thomas 

Taylor, Jacob 

Myers, Andrew J. . 

Fry, William E. 

Williams, William . 

Blankinsop, Peter . 

Bates, Joseph 

Beavers, John W. . 

Blankinsop, William 
Connaway, Thomas . 
Con ley, Thomas . . 
Demoss, Cyrus E. . 
Field, Barton 
Field, George W r . . 
Freeland, Allen J. . 
Gower, John . 
Gough, Thomas A. . 
Hines, William D. . 
Heston, William . 
Hoatter, John . 
Harvey, Crampton . 
Hanes, John . . . 
Hanes, James E. 
Jefferson, Thomas jr 
Jefferson, William . 
Jones, John . . . 
Keener, James A. . 
Lindsay, William . 
McMullen, Wm. jr. 
Morgan, David G. . 
Mexicar, Lewis . . 
Mendel, John R. . 
McCurdy, Cornelius 
McNemar, James . 
Maneer, George W. 
Moats, Samuel . . 
Newton, Edward . 
Overington, George 
Orr, James P. . . 
Prince, John . . . 
Pickel, John W. . 
Riddle, Alexander . 
Reed, Ezekiel T. . 



Bank. 



Serg' 
Corp 



Wag' 
Priv. 



28 

19 

is 

18 

is 

20 

40 

21 

l'.i 

19 

19 

IS 

20 

38 

31 

39 

2_ 

22 

^ 

22 

25 

•Ml 

25 

35 

L8 

19 

L9 

L9 

is 

2! i 

44 

20 

18 

is 

18 

is 

18 

41 

35 

23 

19 

45 

13 

1'.) 

18 

18 

■1! 

is 



When mustered 



Nov. 



Oct. 

Nov. 
Oct. 



Oct. 



Oct. 



Oct, 

Nov. 
Oct. 



Nov. 19, 1861 

Oct. 15, " 

15, " 

15, " 

15, « 

15, " 

15, " 

19, " 

19, " 

19, " 

15, " 

15, ' 

19, ' 

15, ' 

15, ' 

Nov. 19, ' 

19, ' 

19, ' 

19, ' 

19, ' 

19, ' 

19, ' 

15, ' 

15 ' 

Nov. 19,' " 

19, ■' 

15, " 

15, " 

15, " 

15, " 

15, " 

Nov. 19, " 

Oct. 15, " 

15, " 

15, " 

15, " 

15, " 

15 " 

Nov. 19,' " 

19, " 

19, " 

15, " 

15, " 

19, " 

15, " 

15, " 

15, " 

15, " 



Remarks. 



Pro. from Priv., Aug. 16, 1862. 
Corpl, Oct. 9, 1863. 

App'd from Private. 



App'd from Private. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



1G5 



Company "J," Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
Into service. 



Remarks. 



Rogers, Jacob M. . 
Renshaw, Aaron E. 
er, Robert B. . 
Smith, Joseph . . 
Simpson, Fred'd M. 
Spring, John H. 
Winesburg, William 
West, John . . 
Wallace, William . 
Wood, Joseph . . 
Wallace, James . . 
Williams, Benjamin 
Weal herwax, George 
Wil>on, William R 
Prisoners of War, 
Dunn. Michael . 

Trowbridge, S. . 
Helm : William H. 

Recruits, 
Harrison, William 
Moon, George W. 
Miller, John . . 
Helm, Henry C. . 
Osborne, Zarah . 
Devault, Daniel . 
Miller, Joshua . 
Kohnline, Jacob 
Kuhnie, John C. 
Osborne, John . 
Phillips, Benjamin 
Maneer, Francis M 
Wood, Harvey H. 
Mitchell, John W. 
Shields, James . 
Henderson, Alex. 
Johnson, Montville 
Miller, Hezekiah 
Castle, Charles . 
Rhodes, Philip A. 
Beam, Wm. M. . 
Bowman, Joseph 
Piles, Daniel . . 
Cassiday, George 
Fortney, John A. 
Cornwell, Reuben E. 
Cornwell, George 
Cornwell. Ashum B. 
Pierce, Morgan, 



Priv. 



Serg't, 
Priv. 



18 
L8 

11 
11 
35 

is 

28 

is 
18 
44 
11 
18 
18 

36 

18 
30 

18 
22 
18 
L8 
22 
L8 
44 
IS 

18 
L9 

41 
18 
32 
18 
33 
30 

18 
18 
19 
L9 
2] 
18 
18 
18 
1'.' 
is 
22 
18 



Nov. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Oct. 



Nov. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
July 

Jan. 



19, 1861 

15, " 
19, " 
19, " 
15, " 
15, " 
15, " 
15, " 
15, " 
15, " 
19, " 
15, " 

15, " 

4 1 QCQ Captured in notion at Bulltown, W 

, lOUO va..Oct. IS, i-'.: 

11, 



Not mustered out, bein? required to 
make good, time lost by desertion. 

Pro. from Corp'l. Captured in ac- 

I tion at Brady's Mills. Md., Aug. 2, 

1861. 



Capiured in uction at Brady's Mills, 
Md., Aug. •', 1»61. 



Feb. 
Oct. 
July 



Jan. 



11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

5, 

30, 

4, 

4, 

1, 

4, 

4, 

4, 

11, 



166 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "J," Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Names. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
- I'vice. 



Remarks?. 



Discharged. 
Chapline, Noah Z. 
At kinson, William 
Carr, Joseph . 
Hukill, Nathan . 
Harris, Robert J. 
Roach, Henry . 
Ross, Robert E. . 

Transferred, 
Holt, Samuel 
Morgan, William M. 
Boyles, Jasper R. 
Harvey, Benj. F. . 
Shaw, Joseph M. . 
Jackson, James V. . 
Jackson, George B. 
Shanaberger, Samuel 
Renshaw, James 
Crawford, George . 
Kitzmiller, Jas. M. 
Miller, Richard . . 
Wood, William T. . 

Died, 
Cozad, Wm. H. H. 
Springer, Nathaniel 
Luzadder, Enoch V. 
Shelding, Hyelmer . 
Watson, John 
Cooper, Enos B. . . 

Knotts, Nathaniel . 

Aggregate,—. 



Priv., 



440ct. 
40 

•11 

44 
'44 

:44 

18 



Serg't, 25 Nov. 
22 Oct. 



Corp'l, 



Priv. 



25iNov. 
24 

20 

22 

18 
20 

19 Oct. 
18 _ 

18, Oct. 

19! 



Corp'l, 21 Nov 



Priv. 



is; 

24 Oct, 
33! _ 



15. 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 

19, 
15, 
19, 
19, 
19, 
19, 
19, 
19, 
19, 
15, 

15, 
15, 

19, 
19, 
19, 
15, 
15, 



1801 



For disability . May 25. isr>3, at Gen. 

IIn<p,. GluttOU, W. Va. 

For disability June I*. 1862, at Gen 

Br ifton, W. V;i. 

For plsabllltv, June 18 isr.2, aiCcn. 

.i ifton. W. Va. 

iiy April 25, I8R3, at Gen. 

Or: (ton "'. Va. 

83, at Gen. 
Ho*p.. Grafton, VV. Va. 
For disability . Mar -'3. 1^13, at Gen. 

Hosp.. Grafton. \V Va. 
Released from urvi;e l>r Judge Har- 
rison, of 21st Judicial Dist. July 



Pro. to Scr. Maj., Oct. 9, 1S03. 

To 6th W. Va. Battery, Aug. 6, 1802. 

To 1st V. S. Cav., Not. 8, 1862. 



To 6th W. Va. Battery, July 9, 1S62. 



To 1st U. S. Cav., Nov. 8, 1862. 



1861 



Oct. s, 'fit, nf consumption, at Cum- 
berland Ho<p.. Ml, 
| At Grafton Hospital, Mar. 28, 1862. 

At borne, Taylor Co., W. V., March 
1 1862. 

Of pneumonia. March 5, 1862, at 
Grafton Hospital, VV. Va. 

Accidentally drowned at Grafton, 
W. Va.. lice. 12, 1862. 

Accidentally kille by disci 
gun while in his bands, at Hull- 
town W. Va.. Sept. SO, 1863. 



9ni"M^-.r 1Q 1 Qrtl ,Of phthi<i>-pulmnnia. Jan. I, 1864, 

^U|l\OV. iy, lODlj at Clarksburg Hosp., W.Va. 

127 men. 



Return ofCapt. Joseph A. Fans' Company "A'" of the Sixth Regiment West 
Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Oakland, MI., on the '2\l!i 
'' r '.'/ of December, 18G4, together tcith a complete record of the changes that 
have takenplace since its organization. 

(Signed) Lovkad D. Hathaway, 1st Lieut. Commanding Company. 



Names. 


Rank. 


CD 
M 

< 


When mustered 

into » 


Remarks. 


Hathaway, L. 


D. . 


1st Lt. 


22 Feb. 4, 1863 


Pro. from 1st Ser., Jan. 30, 1863. 


Emerv, Allen 


T. . 


;Serg't, 


22'Sept. 1, 1864 


Vet. Vol. Ite-enlisted for one year. 


Gill, William 




iCor'pl, 


20 Jan. 4, " 


Vet. Vol. 


Smith, Philip 


K. . 


(i 


39,Oct. 29, 1863 


_ 


Zink, Albert . 




K 


21 


Jan. 4, 1861 


Vet. Vol. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Compa an U K," S ntry—Cou\ 



167 









When in 

into - 






house, Wm. L 

i R. 
\Y. II 

sr, Lawrence 
( lhannel, Elias . 

mel, Levi . 
Chisbolra, John H. 
Collins, GeoiL 
Channel, Sylvester 

itt, Eil ward P. 
Dayton, Charles . 
Emery, William J. 
Evans, George . 
Fortney, Isaiah K. 
French, John D. 
Freeman, Elza . 
Fry, Samuel . . 
Freeman, William L 

-on, Reuben 
Hale, Robert 
Hillard, James W. 
House, John < 
Hinebaugh, Alfred 
Kelley, Lowman 
King, James B. . 
Lipscomb, Thomas B. 
Mobley, William H. 
Mooney, John . 
Martin, John 
Mat tin, Edgar C. 
O'Malley, James 

: ley, James C 
Nevillej John P. 
Norman, James H. 
Poling, Alfred J. 
Philip, Thomas J. 
Purinton, Oscar D. 
Paugh, Nicholas 
Poling, Benjamin N 
Quinn, Robert T. 
Reed, Amaziah . 
Ridenour, David S 
Robinson, Robert 
Roberts, Albert D. 
Sheridan, James 
Stout, Henson L. 
Sear, Abel S. . . 
Swartz, Jacob M. 



Priv., 



19 
18 

20 
125 
21 

1 17 
17 
22 
46 
21 
38 
20 
21 
21 
27 
2] 
_i 
L8 

19 

L8 
24 
18 
20 
32 
20 
3c 

21 
21 
L9 
21 
_'i 
20 
38 
20 
20 



Oct. 




1863 






u 




3 




Oct. 


1 

1, 




Mar. 




1 ( 


Sept 


14 
24 


II 

11 


Oct, 


29 


1863 




1 




Jan. 


4, 


1864 


Oct. 




1863 


June 


4 

4, 


1864 
it 


Oct. 


3 

:; 


it 


Sept 
Oct, 


29 

29 


ii 

1863 


Jan. 


4 


1864 


Oct. 


1 
1 


1862 






1864 




1 


1862 


Nov. 


1 


1864 


Oct. 


29 


1863 


Jan. 


4 


1864 


Sent 


5 


(1 


Jan. 


4 


■■ 


Oct. 




1S63 


Sept 


19 


1864 


Oct. 




1863 


Sept 


.15 


1864 


Oct. 


1 

1 


1862 

(I 




29 


1863 


Nov. 


7 


1864 


Oct- 


1 


1862 


Jan. 


4 


1864 


Oct. 


1 
29 


1862 

it 


Jan. 


4 


1864 


Oct. 


1 


1862 


Jan. 


4 


1864 


Oct. 


1 
1 


1862 




1, 


<< 



Vol. 
Vet. Vol. 



Vet. Vol. 



Vet. Vol. 

Vet. Vol. Rc-cnlisted for one year. 

Vet. Vol. 



Substitute. 



Vet. Vol. 

Vet. Vol. 
Vet. Vol. 



1G8 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company U K," Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Sinclair, William 
Spangler, Philip 
Swartz, John W. 
Vance, George . 
Vanderhoof, Thad'us 
Whitehair, James W 
Wolf, Asbury . . 
Wright, William . 
Williamson, Lemuel 
Yager, Frederick . 

Discharged. 
Faris, Joseph A. . 
Reese, Joseph . . 
Higgins, William A 
Milton, Henry C. . 
Bockett, Benj. H. . 
Chambers, Thomas . 
Florence, Samuel J. 
Milton, John M. 
McCullough, Wm. . 
Long, Lewis . . 
Brady, John . . . 
Lewis, Henry M. . 
Stanton, Thomas . 
Reese, David . . . 
Robinson, James W. 
Abele, Charles . . 
Armbruster, John . 
Antill, John T. . . 
Batch, William . . 
Bradbury, Thomas . 
Brown, William M . 
Brunei], Eli J. . . 
Campbell, John H. . 
Conway, Walter 
Dyer, Henry C. . . 
Edwards, Augustus 
Frederick, G. V. 
Gehring, Frederick 
Gregg, Thornton F. 
Hammond, Charles 
- Hoops, Isaac S. . 
Hamilton, Wm. J. 
Houser, John 
Ikin, Benjamin . 
Kinnis, William 
Lindsey, Henry C. 
Lewis, McClure . 



Rank. 


c 

< 


Winn mustered 
i •, Ice. 


Remarks. 




Priv., | 


18 


Sept. 3, 1864 




" 


18 


3, " 


_ _ _ 


•• 


L8 


7, •' 




it 


121 


1, " 


Vet. Vol. Enl'd for one year. 


ii 


24 


1, ,; 


ii ii i. 


ii 


21 


Jan. 4, " 


Vet. Vol. 


" 


21 


4, " 


II CI 


It 


19 


Oct. 29, 1863 


- 


" 


IS 


5, 1864 




it 


21 


Jan. 4, " 


Vet. Vol. " 


jCapt., 


31 


Oct. 1, 1861 


Mustered out; term of serv. expired. 


If 


23 


1, " 


Res'd Oct. 25, 1862. 


2d Lt., 


24 


1, " 


Mustered out; term of serv. expired. 


Serg't, 


26 


1, " 


ii a ii 


a 


23 


1, " 


ii ii ii 


" 


31 


1, " 


ii a .i 


u 


38 


1, " 


ii ii ii 


ICorp'l, 


22 


1, " 


ii u ii 


ii 


-14 


Nov. 11, 1861 


(i ii 


ii 


26 


Oct. 1, " 


ii ii ii 


" 


22 


1, " 


ii ii u 


a 


21 


1, " 


11 11 tc 


Mus'n, 


45 


1, " 


ii ii u 


ii 


45 


1, " 


For disability, May 20, 1862. 


Wag'r 


22 


Nov. 11, " 


Mustered out, term of serv. expired. 


Priv. 


38 


Oct. 1, " 


11 11 Cl 


ii 


21 


1, " 


ii ii ii 




23 


1, " 


For disability, May 20, 1862. 


" 


2! 


1, " 


Mustered out, term of serv. expired. 


« 


45 


1, " 


ii ii ii 


ii 


31 


Nov. 11, " 


ii ii ii 


ii 


27 


11, " 


For disability, May 20, 1862. 


ii 


21 


Oct. 1, " 


1 Mustered out, term of serv. expired 


" 


;33 


1, " 


ii ii 


I 


" 


21 


1, " 


ii u 


' 


ii 


! 21 


1, " 


ii ii i 


i 


ii 
it 


21 
32 


1, " 
1, " 


ii ii 
ii u 


i 


ii 


21 


1, " ■ 


ii u 


; 


" 


45 


1, " 


u u 


' 


ii 


■\'i 


Nov. 11, " 


ii ii 


' 


ii 


18 


( Dec. 2, " 


ii it 


1 


" 


27 


Oct. 29, 1863 






" 


-i: 


1, 1861 


ii ii 


' 


ii 


24 


1, " 


„ 


' 


1 " 


32 


1, " 


ii (t 


' 


ii 


22 


1 1, " 


| tl it 


" 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPOIT. 
Company "A'," Sixth R Infantry — Continued. 









Winn mustered 



Lehman, Daniel . 
Little, David P. . 
Lindsey, Andrew J 

nil, Joseph 
Mills, William . 
Martin, David . 
McLeary, Robert 
McGill, James . 
Newman, James H. 
Oliver, John C. . 
Preston, Samuel M. 
Parker, Thomas J. 
Prothers, Reese . 
Reynolds, Richard 
Serig, Lewis . . 
Simmons, Joseph 
Synar, James . 
Taylor, William . 
Wright, Samuel 
Williamson, Rob't F 
Wood, William . 
Wallace, John . 
Wood, Joseph . 
Yager, Charles L, 

Died, 
Knotts, Franklin 
Serig, William . 
Thompson, Lewis 
Whiteman, William 

Deserted, 
Borman, Henry . . 
Combs, Morgan . . 
Caughrean, Joseph . 
Dougan, Robert . . 
Jackson, Robert . . 
McDonald, William 
Shipman, James . . 
Whiteman, George . 

Aggregate, 



Priv., 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



Corp'l, 



[864. 
Mustered out, term of ten 



For dlsahllfl May 30, 1662. 
Mustered out, term of «erv. expired . 



,11 A ,j 1 I Oi I U 

let. 1, 

1, 

L3 1, 

I 

44 Nov. 11, 
28 11, 

38 11, 
11, 

43 11, 
21 Oct. 1, 
21 1. 

39 Nov. 11, 

45 Oct. 1, 
21 1, 
45 Nov. 11, 

44 Oct. 1, 
38' 1, 
23 Nov. 11, 
27 Oct. 1, 
21 1, 
23 1, 

45 1, 
23 1, 



For disability, March 16, 1863. 
Mastered out, term of aerv. expired. 



For disability, May — , 1862. 
I (( (« <( II 

II II Oct. 27, 1863. 



"I Q Knrolled April 
mustered 

20 Oct. 1, 
20 1, 

18 1, 



18, 1863. Accidentally killed at Barracksville, 

W. Va., Hay 3, 1863. 
"I ,QA1 Of tTphoid fever, Aug. 22, 1- 
XOUX Philllppi, W. 
<( ., West Union, W. V., 

• l -*;_•. 
ic At On. Hosp., Grafton, W 



18 Jan. 

45 Oct. 

18 

43 

18 1, 

18 1, 

18 Nov. 11, 

19, Oct. 1, 



4 1864 At Sir JohDS RuD ' 1V - v -> April B ' 

l' 1861 

1, 

Oct. 5, 1862 



From hospital at Grafton. W, Va., 

Hay 3S, 1862. Binoe rticd. 
At West Union, W, \ ., <> 



At Rowlcsburg, 
I Union, 



Oct. 18, 1862. 
Feb. 28, 1863. 
Oct. 28,1862. 
Oct. 18, 1862. 



.136 men. 



22 



170 



ADJUTANT GENEEAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Wm. M. Tredway' s Company "Z," Sixth Regiment W. Va. 
Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Neio Creek, W. Va-, on the 26th day of 
December, 1864, together with a complete record of the changes which have 
taken place since its organization. 



Names. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



McDonald, Wm. R. 



IstLt., 



Yahrling, Ckas. F. A|2dLt., 

Criswell, Joseph . . Serg't, 
Marshall, Jesse . . Corp'l. 
Cale, Isaac ... " 
Gaugh, Elijah D. . Mus'n, 
Anderson, John C. . iWag'r 
Alley, William L. . Priv. 
Alley, Uriah T. . . 
Arthur, John 0. 
Burton, John A. 
Betsall, Frederick . 
Boham, Matthias . 
Crisswell, John W. 
Chambers, Henry . 
Cale, Andrew J. 
Cale, John . . . 
Dumire, Andrew T. 
Evans, Thomas G. . 
Evans, William . . 
Evans, Samuel . . 
Grimes, Hiram . . 
Gallentine, John 
Gorbey, Richard P. 
Hewes, Henry V. . 
Hartong, William . 
Ice, Isaac .... 
Ice, Andrew J. . . 
Johnson, William P. 
Keyser, John L. . 
Low, David . . . 
Lindsey, Alex. N. . 
Marshall, Thomas T. 
Musgrave, David S. 
Miller, John D. . . 
Myers, Andrew . . 
Mellon, William . 
Manion, Thomas W. 
Myers, William . . 
Pletcher, Uriah . . 
Pletcher, Samuel . 
Pifer, Andrew J. . 
Ross, Thomas . . 
Ravenscraft, Wm. . 



Nov. 
Feb. 



Oct. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Aug. 
23 Oct. 
26 Dec. 
18|Sept. 
19jNov. 
22 Oct. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Oct. 



Nov. 

Mar. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

Oct. 



Dec. 



Jan. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Nov. 
22 Oct. 
22 Mar. 
21 Oct. 
18 
30 
18 
26 Nov 
19 Dec 

18 Sept 

19 Nov. 
20 ! Dec. 
18, Mar, 
18 Nov. 
19,Oct. 



12, 

18, 

14, 
10, 
24, 
24, 
14, 
31, 

9, 
24, 
14, 
24, 

1, 
14, 
14, 
24, 
24, 

1, 
12, 
10, 
31, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
10, 
10, 

2 

81, 

14, 
24, 
14, 

1, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
12, 
31, 

3, 
12, 
10, 

1, 
12, 
14, 



1861 
1862 

1861 
(i 

1862 
1863 
1861 

1864 
1862 
1861 
1862 
1864 

1861 

ii 

1862 

1864 
1861 



Pro. from 1st Ser. to 2dLt., Feb. 10, 
1863; to 1st Lt., June 1, 1863. Pris. 
of war, captured Nov. 28, J864. 

Pro. from Ii ird to 2d 

I.t , June l, l- ;;. Mustered outof 
service, Nov. 12, 1864. Appointed 
Captain, Dec. 26. 1864, 

Vet. Re-enrdFeb. 22, 1861. 

u Feb. 26, 1864. 

Recruit. 

Pris. of war. Captured Nov. 28, '64. 

Vet. Re-enl'd Feb 22, 1864. Pris. of 
war. Captured Nov. 28, 1864. 

Vet. Re-enl'd Jan. 1. 1S64. Pris. of 
war ; oaptured Nov. 28, 1864. 

Recruit. Knl'd for one year. Pris. of 
war; captured Hot. 28, 1861, 

Recruit. 



Recruit. 



1862 
1861 

1! 

1862 
1861 
1864 
1861 



1864 
1861 

1864 
1861 



Vet. Re-enl'd Dec.25, 1863. 



Recruit. 



Vet. Re-enl'd Feb. 22, 1864. 

Vet. Re-enl'd Dec 25, 1863. Pris, of 
war; captured Nov. 28, 1864. 

Vet. Re-enl'd Dec. 25, 1863. Pris. of 
war ; captured Nov. 28, 1864. 

Vet. Re-enl'd Dec. 25, 1863. Pris. of 
war ; captured Nov. 28, 1864. 

Vet. Re-enl'd Feb. 22, 1864. 

K Jan. 1, 1864. 

K Dec. 26, 1863. 

Pris. of war ; captured Nov. 28, '64. 



Recruit. 



Vet. Re-enl'd Dec. 25, 1863. 

Recruit. 

Vet. Re-enl'd Dec. 25, 1863. 

Recruit. 

Vet. Re-enl'd Feb. 22, 1864. 

( ( Mar. 30, 1864. 

Vet. Re-enl'd Dec. 25, 1863. Pris. of 

war ; captured Nov. 28, 1864. 
Vet. Re-enlisted Dec. 25, 1863. 

Vet. Re-enl'd Feb. 22, 1864. Pris. of 
war ; captured Nov. 28, 1864. 

Recruit. Enl'd for one year. 
Vet. Re-enl'd Feb. 22, 1864. 



Recruit. 

Vet. Re-enl'd Dee. 25, 1S63. Pris. of 
war ; captured Nov. 28. 1864. 

Vet. Re-enl'd Marob 30, '64. Pris. of 
war ; captured Nov. 28, 1864. 



ADJUTANT GENEKAL'S REPORT. 
Company "L f " Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



171 



Naniea. 



Richter, Frederick . 

Stewart, Joseph 

Sands, George W. . 

Sloan, Mordecai 

Sloan, Samuel II. . 

Siverts, Jacob . . 

Stout, Samuel . . 

Sprouse, William . 

Smith, Levi . . . 

Whipkey, Josiah . 

Wait, Thomas . . 

Whipkey, John . . 

Wilson, George W. 
Discharged, 

Dickey, John H. . 

Tredway, William M 

Crisswell, Charles . 

Dickey, David . . 

Stewart, Robert 

Anderson, Benjamin 

Gillespie, Cornelius 

Stewart, Samuel M 

Starkey, John W. 

Earl, Elias . . 

Ryan, Jasper 

Richter, Samuel F. 

Williams, Peter . 

Birch, Enoch 

Burt, Robert . . 

Baker, Lewis . . 

Crisswell, William 

Crisswell, Jr. John 

Crisswell, Sr. John 
Doty, Micajah . 
Darrah, William 
Darrah, Jacob . 
Dickey, Robert . 
Dixon, William . 
Garry, James 
Hewes, Shepley . 
Henderson, John 
Kolp, Christian . 
Lancaster, Henry 
Miller, David K. 
Muldrew, Abraham 
Marshall, William 
Marshall, Asbury 
Musgrave, James G 



When mustered 

into bi 



Remarks. 



Priv. 



Capt., 
it 

2d Lt., 
1st Ser 
Serg't, 



Corp'l, 



Corp'l, 
Mus'n 

Priv. 



18 Dec. 
34jOct. 
18 

19 Dec. 
37 Oct, 
18 

28 Nov. 
IS Aug, 
21 Oct. 
18jNov. 
28 Aug, 

20 Mar. 



Nov. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Oct. 



Nov. 
Dec. 
Oct. 



55 

44 

■1-1 

21 

23 

■1-1 

31 

22 

21 

Hi 

20 

I 1 .' 

21 

25 

33 

20 

19 

is 

!•! 

2£ 

24 

1, 

25 

26 

28 

44 

26 Nov. 

280ct. 

35 

21 

L8 

20 

40:Nov. 

2] 



Nov. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Oct. 



10, 1861 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

10, " 

14, " 

14, " 
24, 1862 

2, 1864 
14, 1861 

12, " 
24, 1863 

1, 1864 

12, 1861 

14, " 

12, « 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

12, " 

10, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

12 " 

U, " 

12, " 

14^ " 

14, " 

12, " 

14, ' : 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

12 " 

12', » 



Vet. Re-cnl'd Sept. 27, 1864. 

14. Pris. of 

i- to civil authority for 
trial, Aug. 20, 
Vet. Reeuld Dec. 25, 1863. 



March 30, 1864. 



Recruit. 



Recruit. Enlisted for one J 

of war. Captured Xuv 
Vet. Re-enl'd Dec. 2 



Sept. 27, 1864. 



Recruit. 



By order of Secretary of War, March 

5, 1863. 
Pro. from 1st Lt., June 1, 1 

tered out of serv.. Nov : 

Res'd Jan. 15, 1863. 

Mustered out of serv., Nov. 1 2, 1861. 



Dec. 10, 1864. 
Nov. 12,1864. 



It (i Oct. IS, 1864. 

jFor disability, Feb. 10, 1864. 
[Mustered out of serv., Xov. 12. ISOt. 

a u (( 



172 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "L" Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Names. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



llemarks. 



Mcllvane, James . 
McG-raih, John J. . 
McBroom, Robert . 
Ross, Joseph . . . 
Richmond, Charles . 
Richmond, Isaac J. 
Richmond, Silas 
Reynolds, Franklin 
Spears, Thomas . . 
Stewart, William A 
Standiford, Skelton 
Sands, William . 
Tracey, David . 
Venus, William . 
Wilson, David . 
Wilson, John 

Transferred, 
Magruder, Thomas 
Magruder, Daniel 

Died, 
Burge, Andrew J. 
Ball, Richard 
Burge, Harvey . 
Cain, Manden R. 
McCracken, Alex. 
McCloskey, James 

Roach, Jesse . . 
Shilling, David . 

Lancaster, John 

Deserted, 
Mazena, Uriah . 

Aggregate,— 



Priv., 


21 


(i 


19 


a 


19 


(C 


25 


(( 


28 


(C 


31 


a 


22 


« 


23 


<( 


33 


(1 


18 


(( 


24 


(< 


44 


" 


35 


(( 


38 


(! 


19 


" 


21 


1st Ser 


26 


Corp'l, 


35 


Corp'l, 


23 


Priv., 


42 


<( 


26 


a 


18 


(i 


21 


<< 


40 


(< 


21 


a 


18 


a 


22 


it 


19 



Oct. 



Nov. 
Oct. 
Dec. 

Oct. 



Dec. 
Jan. 
Oct. 

Dec. 



14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
12, 
14, 
10, 

14, 
14, 

14, 
14, 
31, 
1, 
14, 
14, 

10, 

10, 

10, 



1861 



Mustered out of serv., Nov. 12, 1864. 



For disability, Oct. 2G, 1863. 
Mustered out of eerv., Nov. 12, 1864. 



For disability, June 27, '64, at Wash ■ 

ingtou, D. C. 
Mustered out of serv., Dec. 10, 1864. 



Pro. 1st Lt. in, 12th W. V. Inf. 
" 2dLt. loth 



Vet. Ee-enl'd Jan. 1, 1864. Died in 
( Marshal Co., W. V.. Sept. 28, 1864 
March 13, 1863. at General Hosp., 

Grafton, W. Va. 
March 23, 18G3. at Gen. Hospital 
I Grafton, W. Ya. 
1 QCO Killed in action in Tucker Co. 'W. 
->UZj Va 0ct 28, 1863. 

At Kowlesburg, W. V., July 9, 1863. 

Vet. Re-enl'dFeb.22.1864. Killed in 
action at New Creek, TV. V., Aug. 
4, 1864. 

Nov. 20, 1863. at Gen. Hosp. Parkers- 
burg, \V. V. 

Vet. Re-enl'd Dec. 25, '63. Killed in 
action at New Creek, TV. V.. Aug. 
4, 1864. 

In Marshall Co., V?. V., Nov. 19, '63. 



1861 



Oct. 14, " 



At Rowlesburg, W. Va., Jan. 21, '63. 

119 men. 



Return of Lieut. John Donohoe 's Company "jtf," of the Sixth Regiment West 
Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Grafton, W. Va., on the 20th 
day of December, 1864, together with a complete record of the changes that 
have taken place since its organization. 

(Signed) John Donohoe, 1st Lt. Commanding Company. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
■< into service. 



Donohoe, John . . ilstLt., 27 
Hansford, David W. Serg't, 44 
Fleming, John . . Corp'l, 19 
Brown, Samuel V. . | |27 



July 11, 1863 
Dec. 28, " 
28, " 
Aug. 15, 1862 



Pro. from 2d Lt., July 11, 1863. 

Vet. Vol. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company U M, U Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



173 



Names. 



Kank. 



When mustered 
into Bei 



West, Samuel M. 
Breaithwaite J. W. 
Nutter, Thomas E. 
Leggett, James K. 
Allen, Israel B. . 
Allen, Stephen G. 
Allen, Marshall . 
Ash, Jacob . . 
Bee, Richard . . 
Batton, Samuel . 
Boyce, Marcellus S. 
Batton, Lindon . 
Bee, Obediah 
Brown, John M. 
Barnett, George W 
Cowman, Orlando G 
Cumberledge, Saml 
Davis, Owen . . 
Dye, John . . 
Dotson, John C. . 
Exline, Ebenezer S 
Foreman, James F. 
Gatrell, Absolom 
Gigley, John H. 
Gray, John M. . 
Gregg, Boreman 
Hyatt, William H. 
Hess, Henry . . 
Husk, John . . 
Husk, Samuel . 
Kinney, N. N. . 
Kinney, John E. 
Kinney, George W. 
Knisely, Adam . 
Kinney, Russell J. 
Kinney, Benjamin 
Lyons, George W. 
Moore, Mallory . 
Maulsby, John W. 
McNemar, David C 
McNemar, B. A. 
Nutter, Josiah . 
Norman, Thornt. M. 
Norris, William W. 
Nicholson, Edm'd G. 
Peck, Thomas . 
Russell, Joshua G. 
Robinson, Chas. B 



Corp'l, 



Wag'r 
Priv. 



Dec. 28 

Feb. 26 

Dec. 28 

26 

28 

28 

Aug. 30 

15 

Feb. 26 

Dec. 28 

Feb. 26 

Dec. 28 

28 

Aug. 15 

Jan. 6 

Feb. 26 

Dec. 4 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

Aug. 11 

July 1 

Aug. 30 

Dec. 28 

28 

28 

Jan. 3 

Dec. 28 

4 

28 

Jan. 3 

Aug. 13 

30 

15 

Dec. 28 

Jan. 3 

Jun. 17 

Aug. 4, 

Mar. 26 

Dec. 31 

Feb. 26 

Jan. 8 

Dec. 28 

28 

Aug. 15 



1863 
1864 
1863 
1861 
1863 

1864 

1862 

1864 

1863 

1864 

1863 
(i 

1862 
1863 
1864 
1861 
1863 



Vet. Vol. 



Vet. Vol. 



Unlisted aa substitute for one year. 



Vet. Vol. 



Vet. Vol. 
Vet. Vol. 



1862 
1863 
1864 
1863 



Vet. Vol. 



1862 _ 

1863 Vet. Vol. 

1861 - 

1863 Vet. Vol. 

1862 _ 
_ 

1864 _ 
1862| _ 

1863 Vet. Vol. 
1862 _ 



1864;Vet. Vol. 

1861 _ 
1864'Vet. Vol. 

1862 _ 
1863,Vet.Vol. 



1862 1 



174 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "M" Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Stewart, James W. . 
Stinespring, John A. 
Smith, Sylvester . 
Sandy, John B. . . 
Southworth, Geo. W. 
Smith, Franklin 
Thompson, Joseph . 
Welch, Elam . . . 
White, Zadok C. . 
Weekly, Chas. W. . 
Weekly, Geo. W. . 
Whitehair, E. D. . 
White, Benj. F. . . 

Discharged, 
Carroll, John . . 
Brown, Virgil S. . 

Estabrook, Isaac N. 
Davis, William E. . 
Divers, Andrew J. . 
Gribble, John M. . 
Smith, John . . . 
Moffatt, Joseph T. : 
Smith, Perry . . . 
Powell, Henry T. . 
Weekley, Harrison H 
Baker, Jonathan 
Boyce, Francis . . 
Cain, John . . . 
Davison, Jasper W. 
Dawson, Benjamin F. 
Davis, David . . 
Fleming, Lewis . . 
Foyster, Christian . 
Gray, James W. 
Gray, David W. 
Gallion, James . . 
Hart, Josiah . . . 
Kelch, Charles W. . 
Kinney, Israel G. . 
Lipscomb, Granville 
McNemar, John W. 
Manual, John J. 
Nuzum, Caleb. . . 
Pierce, William T. 
Spurgeon, Jabez^ . 
Smith, John A. . . 
Underwood, Jos. F. 



Hank. 


< 


When mustered 

into service. 


Remarks. 


1 Priv. 


18 


Dec. 28, 1863 


Vet. Vol. 


< i 


L8 


28, " 


" " 


c 


l'.i 


28, " 


a 


(i 


18 


28, " 


a ic 


(i 


19 


28, " 


a ii 


" 


18 


Aug. 29, 1864 


Enlisted as substitute for one year. 


ii 


L9 


Dec. 28, 1863 


Vet. Vol. 


K 


22 


28, " 


ii a 


ii 


is 


28, " 


ii a 


<i 


20 


28, " 


a a 


ii 


19 


Jan. 31, 1862 


- - - 


u 


is 


8, 1363 


_ 


a 


18 


Dec. 28, " 


Vet. Vol. 


Capt., 


an 


Nov. 16, 1861 


Mustered out at Grafton, W. Va., 
Dee. 1, 1863. 


2d Lt., 


23 


July 11, 1863 


Mustered out at Grafton. W. Va., 
Dec. 1. 18M. Pro. from 1st Serg't, 
July 11, 1863. 


list Lt. 






Res'd Feb. 19, 1862. 


1st Sgt 


31 


Nov. 16, 1861 


Mustered out at Gra 


fton, Dec. 1, 1864. 


Serg't, 


39 

23 


16, « 
Dec. 2, " 


I 

i 








Serg't, 


23 


Dec. 2, 1861 


i 








Corp'l, 


23 


Nov. 16, " 


i 








ii 


29 


Dec. 2, " 


i 








a 


21 


Nov. 16, " 


i 








Mus'n, 


18 


16, " 


c 








Priv. 

ii 


22 

h 

38 


16, " 
16, » 
16, » 


< 
« 








a 


■1\ 


16, " 


' 








it 


22 


16. " 


' 








ii 


IS 
18 
IS 
23 


Dec. 2, " 

Nov. 16, " 

16, " 

16, " 


< 

i 

< 








it 
ii 
ii 
ii 


21 
29 
29 

31 
21 


16, " 

16, " 

Dec. 2, " 

Nov. 16, " 

Dec. 2, " 


i 








ii 

ii 


21 
18 


2, " 
2 " 


i 








ii 


L8 


2, " 


' 








(i 


44 

is 


Nov. 16, " 
Dec. 2, " 


i 








ii 


18 
18 


Nov. 16, " 
Dec. 2, " 


i 








ii 


25 


Nov. 16, " 


i 









ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company li M" Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



175 






Bank. 



When mi 
i ii t • > bi 



Remarks. 



Williams, Jacob. 
Weekley, Saul . . 
Welch, Richard . . 
Williams, Abraham 
Zahn, Charles W. . 

Transferred. 
Herr, John S. S. 
Gray, James M. . . 
Doak, Almerien . . 
Allen, Marshall . . 
Bee, Joel .... 
Lowther, Ale- 
Moore, Washington P 
Moore, Benjamin D. 
Pratt, John W. . . 

Died, 
Spray, Francis . . 
Baker, Lewis, . . 
Carder, George . . 
Crichfield, Wm. E. 
Haught, William E. 
Overfield, Lewis M. 
Overfield, Martin V 
Weekley, Elisha Z. 
Waters, Aaron . . 
Aggregate,— 



Priv., 



1st Lt. 
Serg't, 
Corp'l, 
Priv. 



Nov. 



11 

:;:; 
20 
31 
43 Nov 



1G, 1861 



• i ifton,Dcc. 1, '61. 



Dec. 2, 



Corp'l, 
Wag'r, 
Priv. 



21|Mar. 

23 Nov. 

24Dec. 

37 Nov. 

18' 

19 

18 

22 

20 

26 Dec. 

20 Nov. 
18 Dec. 

27 Jan. 

25 Dec. 

26 Nov. 
21 

21 Dec. 
24 



20, 1862 
L861 

16, " 

16, " 

16, " 

16, " 

16, " 

16, " 



Pro. from Scr. Maj. Train, from Co. 
I V. An., Julv— 1862. 
■ W. V. Art., July 10,'62. 



Pro. 2d Lt. in 4th W. V. Cav. 

t V. V. Art., July 10, '62. 



31, 

o 

•') 
2 

16,' 

16, 

2, 

26, 



1862 
1861 



Of consumption, Aug. 11, 1861, at 
Clarksburg Hosp.. W. Va. 

Of typhoid lever, June 23, 1S63, at 
West Union, W. Va, 

Of tonsiletis, Nov. 21, \>K, at Reg. 
m m, '■'■ . n i. 

ly killed, Aug. 10, 1864, at 

ind, Md. 
Of typhoid fever, Deo. 27, 1862, at 

Of typhoid fever, Feb. 18, 1863, at 

home, Smithton, W. Va. 
Of tvphoid fever, Aur. 29, 1862, at 

Ke"g. Hosp.. West Cnlon, W. Va. 
Of tvphoid fever, Jan. 25, 1862, at 

Of measles, Jan. 5, 1862, at West 
Union, W. Va. 



.121 men. 



Return of Captain George Kenney' s Company "N," of the Sixth Regiment 
West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Grafton, W. Va., on the 
20th day of December, 1864, together u-ith a complete record of the changes 
that have takenplace since its organization. 

(Signed) George Kenney, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When i 

into sei 



Remarks. 



Kenney, George 
Moore, Jackson . 
Clary, Vernon M. 
White, Daniel . 
Hennen, William O 
Moore, R. L. . . 
White, Henry S. 
Stiles, Stephen . 
Clary, Emory B. 
Darrah, Joseph S. 
Hoge, John . . 



Capt., 27 


Oct, 


28, 1861 


IstLt. 




2 14 


2d Lt. -2-1 


Dec. 


15, 1864 


1st Sgt 32 


Oct. 


2, 1861 


Serg't, 25 




2 " 


" 




2, " 


" 




2 " 


" 23 




2, " 


Corp'l, 21 




2, " 


" 21 




2 " 


" 122 




2, " 



Served as 1st Lt. from Oct. 2 to Nov. 

19, 1861. 
Served as 2d Lt. from Oct. 2 to Nov. 

Pro/from Serg't, Deo. 15, 1864. 

1 8fil Vet.;Re-enl'dfor3years, Jan.9, '64. 

(( Feb. 26, " 

44 lyear, Aug. 10, " 

it 3 years, Feb. 26, " 



176 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company il K" [Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 


Bank. 


s 

9 

< 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Richardson, Ozias T. 


Corp'l, 


21 


Nov. 17, 1861 


Vet. Re-enl'd for 3 years, Feb. 26, '64 


White, William T. . 


I I 


21 


Oct. 2, " 


tt tt tt 


Bisset. George H. . 


'• 


24 


2, " 


ii tt ii 


Patton, Milton M. . 


" 


L8 


Feb. 29, 1864 


_ 


Riggs, Samuel . . 


if 


:SS 


Oct. 2, 1861 


Re-enl'd tor 3 years, Feb. 26, 1864. 


Lemley, David . . 
Ashley, Thomas J. . 
Ashley, George A. . 
Boiler, John . . . 


Wag'r 
Priv. 


2:> 
27 
26 
21 


30, 1863 
2, 1861 
Nov. 17, " 
Oct. 2, " 


Vet. Re-enl'd for3ycars, Feb. 26, '61 
ii ii ii 
u ii it 


Butcher, Mathew H. 


K 


22 


30, 1863 


_ _ _ 


Baker, John . . . 


it 


36 


5, 1864 


_ _ _ 


Boiler, George . . 


tt 


18 


Aug. 30, " 


_ _ _ 


Brezee, Henry L. . 


(1 


26 


Oct. 18, " 


_ 


Cornwell, Silas . . 


" 


20 


2, 1861 


Vet. Re-enl'd for 3 years Feb. 26, '64. 


Cornwell, Ellis . . 


(t 


23 


2, " 


ii it ii 


Cain, William W. . 


II 


23 


30, 1863 


ii ii March 8, 1864. 


Cumberledge, Jno. F. 


(I 


20 


2, 1861 


II 11 Jan. 9, 1864. 


Caton, Alfred T. . 


ti 


24 


Sept. 1, 1864 


_ _ _ 


Cornwell, Uriah L. . 


tt 


29 


Oct. 30, 1863 




Cornwell, T. R. . . 


" 


24 


30, " 


_ _ _ 


Church, William . 


I! 


20 


30, " 


_ _ _ 


Dumire, William J. 


I . 


26 


Sep. 7, 1864 


— _ — 


Dougherty, Jacob A. 


[< 


38 


Oct. 5, " 


_ 


Ferguson, R. L. . . 


a 


20 


Nov. 17, 1861 


Vet. Re-cnl'd for 3 years, Feb. 26, '64 


Gump, Braly . . . 
Gump, Hiram . . 


it 
u 


27 
23 


Oct. 2, " 

2, « 


li u ii 
ii if ft 


Hostuttle, Roberson 


it 


27 


30, 1863 


u it March'.16,'64 


Hostuttle, Abraham 


ft 


2:. 


30, " 


it ii u 


Hixenbaugh, Ab'm 


tt 


20 


30, " 


_ _ _ 


Hoge, George . . 


it 


21 


30, " 


_ _ _ 


Hemilrick, William 


it 


27 


30, " 


_ _ _ 


Hemilrick, John M. 


u 


29 


30, " 


_ _ _ 


Howell, John . . 


tt 


21 


Sept. 15, 1864 


_ _ _ 


Howell, David . . 


it 


18 


15, " 


_ _ _ 


Hebb, William P. . 


tt 


32 


12, « 


_ _ _ 


Hawkins, Leroy H. 


tt 


17 


Oct. 20, " 


_ _ _ 


Hoffman, Sanford . 


tt 


29 


Sept. 12, " 


_ _ _ 


Hoffman, Laton E. . 


ti 


23 


Oct. 30, 1863 


— _ _ 


lams, Charles . . 


it 


I:; 


Sept. 3, 1864 


_ _ — 


James, George W. . 


ti 


L8 


17, " 


_ _ — 


Johnson, Joseph B. 


ti 


25 


Oct. 2, 1861 


_ _ _ 


Kuhen, John . . 


ii 


25 


Aug. 23, 1864 


_ _ _ 


Kelley, Dyre . . 
Lipscomb, Jehu . . 


ii 
ii 


36 

55 


Oct. 17, " 
Sept. 4, 1864 


- 


Lipscomb, Joshua . 
Lipscomb, Jacob 
Merriner, Noah J. . 


u 
it 
it 


25 
30 

20 


5, '« 
13 " 
Oct. 2,' 1861 


Vet. Re-enl'd for 3 years, Feb. 26/64 


McMasters, Alfred . 


tt 


20 


2, " 


it ii ii 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "N," 5 \meni Infantry — Continued. 



177 






Bank. 



Martin, William B 
Main, Sabeus 
Main, Daniel 

k, James A. 
Mayes, Alfred B. 
Markley, Henry A. 
Markley, George W 
Neel, Thomas II. 
Payne, James R. 
Philips, Granville 

r, Emanuel J. 
Reger, Rezin W. 
Robinson, James T. 
Strosnider, Ulrich 
Shisler, Stephen 
Scritchfield, John L 
Scritchfield, Wm. W 
Strosnider, Armour 
Six, Emanuel 
Stansbury, F. M. 
Snider, Hugh 
Sutton, Thomas P. 
Snider, Rolley J. 
Shahan, Joseph N. 
Stiles, James . 
Taylor, Henry . 
Thomas, Josiah . 
Thomas, Nelson . 
Vanhern, William 
Wise, Hamilton . 
Workman, Lewis B 
"Woodruff, Erastus 
Wroe, John W. . 
Woodruff, Henry H 
Wroe, Jerome . 
Young, Thomas . 

I'itcharged, 
Gilmore, Joseph 
Knight, James . 
Kimball, James . 
Murphy, Jeremiah 
McClellen, Wm. D 
Loafman, Elijah 
Bell, Israel . . 
Boylan, Thorn 
Stansbury, H. R. 
Simnes, Wesley . 
Parkmson,Jehu E. 



Priv. 



\\ hen mustered 
rvice. 



Remarks. 



Nov. 
Oct. 



Aug. 
Oct. 



Sept. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Oct. 



32 
22 
24 
3] 
30 
21 
20 

21 
18 
18 
27 
20 
25 
21 
L7 
40 
36 
20 
23 

■r, 

20 

28 
23 
21 
18 

2'J 

21 

22 

33 Oct. 

18 



17, 1861 
30, 1863 
30, " 
30, " 
24, 1864 

3, - 
3 " 

30,' 1863 
5, 1864 
15, " 
17, - 
30, 1863 

4, 1864 
2, 1861 



Dec. 
Nov. 
Oct. 

Nov. 
Jan. 
Oct. 
Sept, 

Oct. 

Sept 
Jan. 

Nov. 



22 
L8 

18 

;;i 

29 
26 

33 

34 

22 
25 
L9 

" 
2d Lt. 47 



5, 1864 
17, 1861 

B0, 1863 

17, 1861 

5, 1864 

30, 1863 

3, 1864 

2 " 

2, 1861 

7, 1864 

5, " 

17, 1861 

17, " 

30, 1863 

30, " 

30, " 

5, 1864 

11, - 

30, 1863 

2, 1861 

2 
Not mustered 
Oct. 2, 1861 
Not mustered 
Oct. 2, 1861 

2 " 
Nov. 17,' (i 
Oct. 2, " 
Oct. 2, " 
Nov. 17, " 



u it Hat 



'..:.•.■ I. ;.i 



•i. 9, '64. 

Vet. Rc-enl'd for 3 years, 1 
<( ii ii 

II II .1:111. 

Vet. Re-onl'd Tor 3 years, Feb. 28, '61 

u ill year, Aug. 10, '64 

. . :; years, Feb. 26/64 

u ii 1 year, Aug. '.'0, '61 



Vet. Re-culd for 3 years, Feb. 26, '64 



Vet. Re-cnl'd Tor .'I j 

ii ii Jan 



Sept 
Oct, 



Oct. 



For disability, June 21.1&62, at Gen. 
.' ifton, W. Va. 

ii, 1*62, at Gen 
W. 7a. 
Foi disability, June 21, 1882, at Gen. 

w. Va. 
Fordlsabilil .', at Gen. 

W. Va. 

962,atGen. 
G i ifton, W. Va. 

(V. Va. 
For disability, June 25. 1>62. at Gen. 

, ifton. W. Va. 
For Usability, Fob. 11. 1*'V!. at Gen. 

For disability, Ap'l 10, isa, at Geu. 

Hosp., i;ra'fton, W. Va. 
For disability, Ap'l 10, l-«3, at Gen. 

Hosp., Grartnn. W\ Va. 
Mustered out at Grafton, N'ov. IT, '64 



178 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "N," Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Names. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Hoge, John A. . . 
Eagon, Lafayette A. 
Neel, William . 
TJllom, Hiram R. 
Bisset, John . 
Moore, Washington 
Wroe, George N. 
Whit latch, Wm. E 
McCaus, William A 
Meek, Jacob B. . 
Butcher, Nimrod J. 
Cumberledge, And. J 
Daily, Sesse . . 
Eaton, Ellis N. . 
Fox, Lot . . . 
Gorby, Isaac . . 
Haines, John . . 
Horner, Charles . 
Hixenbaugh, Henry 
Hemilrick, Henry 
Hunt, John F. . 
Hostuttle, Amos 
Knight, William L 
McHenry, William 
McFann, William 
Morris, James . 
McCarl, George . 
Pethtel, James . 
Roberts, Daniel J. H. 
Stiles, George . 
Thomas, George W 
Taylor, Christian J 
Ullum, Lorenzo D. 
Wise, Thomas S. 
Wood, Jerier . 
Woodruff, Charles H 

Died, 
Henderson, Henry 
White, John jr. . 

Transferred, 
Lally, John J. 
Richardson, Geo. H 
Wilmoth, Andrew J. 
Lemley, Richard 
Kirkhart, Jacob 
Aggregate,... 



Serg't, 


20 


CI 


36 


Corpl,' 


33 


a 


38 


Priv., 


24 


" 


37 


(i 


23 


" 


21 


" 


19 


it 


45 


u 


20 


it 


23 


" 


18 


!< 


24 


(( 


24 


(( 


18 


{( 


22 


it 


25 


" 


21 


II 


21 


il 


40 


11 


18 


11 


21 


(( 


38 


(1 


28 


It 


23 


11 


24 


II 


22 


If 


33 


l( 


28 


" 


18 


11 


21 


11 


40 


II 


19 


II 


43 


11 


19 


11 


18 


1. 


l.s 


II 


19 


11 


18 


11 


24 


11 


30 


II 


22, 



Nov. 17, 1861 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 
17, 

Not mustered 
Oct. 2, 1861 

Nov. 17, 1861 
Oct, 2, " 

9 ii 

Not mustered 



Mustered out at Grafton, Xov. 17, '64 



Of dirtheria, Oct. 7, 1862, at home, 

Green Co., Pa. 
Of typhoid fever, Jan. 11, 1864, at 

Bridgeport, W. Va. 

To Co. F, 1st V. V. Artillery. 



.149 men. 



ADJUTANT GKXKR.U/s RE] 



L79 



Return of Captain Joseph M, Godwin's Company "0," of the Sixth Regi- 
ment West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Fort Pendleton, Ma., 
on the 81st day of December, 1864, together with a complete record of the 
changes that nave taken place since its organization. 
(Signed.) Joseph a. Ajtnojt, 1st Lieut. Commanding\Company. 






Bank. 



When mustered 
Into - 



Remarks. 



Annon, Joseph A. 
Athy, John T. . 

It, Nathan H. 
Richards, Thomas M. 
Lee, John W. . 
Trimbly, John C. 
Saucer, John W. 
Michael, Coonrod 
Butler, Allen 
Engle, William . 
Hartman, Michael 
Harshbarger, J. R. 
Nordick, J. F. Jr. 
Albright, Eli . 
Griffith, Henry . 
Allen, Marshal . 
Blaker, Henry . 
Blaker, Harmen 
Buckalew, John A. 
Broomhall, "William 
Bolden, Charles W. 
Bishoff, William 
Buckalew, John E 
Bosley, George L. 
Buckalew, Eugenus 

-, Alpheus . 
Burrows, Michael 
Buckalew, Jehu . 
Clair, Frederick . 
Casteel, Archibald 
Calhoun, Reuben 

oun, Solomon 
Chisholm, Alex. 
Constable, Samuel 
Constable, Philip 
< '.ilvert, Enoch . 
Dewitt, Richard 
Devall, Absalom G 
Everly, Joseph H. 
Everly, Elijah . 
Evans, Samuel . 
Fields, David H. 
Goff, Preston . . 
Goff, George W. 
Gigley, John H. . 



1st Lt. 




Aug. L6, 


1st Ser 


2] 


Mar. 29, 


Serg't, 


32 
21 


2'-', 
29, 


(< 


36 


29, 


Cl 


26 


29, 


Corp'l, 


43 

27 


Oct. 20, 
28, 


u 


18 


Mar. 29, 


n 


35 


29, 


" 


20 


29, 


" 


27 


29, 


(i 


L9 


29, 


<i 


21 


29, 


Wag'r 
Priv. 


07 
31 


29, 
Aug. 30, 
Mar. 29, 


(i 


21 


29, 


i< 


21 


Oct. 20, 


c< 


22 


Mar. 29, 


K 


In 


29, 


(i 


18 


29, 


ii 


42 


Oct. 28, 


K 


20 


28, 


<( 


22 


28, 


ii 


■12 
20 


Sept. 13, 
Oct. 11, 


it 


in 


19, 


K 


27 


Mar. 29, 


" 


2-; 


29, 


" 


29 


29, 


a 


32 


29, 


it 


23 


Oct, 20, 


(i 


00 


19, 


u 


29 


11. 


a 


27 


19, 


<< 


28 


28, 


a 


21 


Dec. 11, 


it 


12 


Mar. 29, 


K 


IS 


June 20, 


ii 


20 


Dec. 31, 


ii 


10 


Mar. 29, 


<i 


21 


Oct. 20, 


ii 


22 


20, 


ii 


18 


Aug. 11, 



18G4 



1863 
1864 



1863 



1864 



1863 
1861 
1864 



Pro. from Com. Ser. 

Pro. from Serg't, April 1, 1864. 

App'dDec. 11, 1861. 
App'd Dec. 11, 1801. 
Veteran. 
Veteran. 



Trans, from Co. M, Deo. 2G, 1864. 

Veteran. 



Veteran. 



Vete 



1 QP.l Trani. from Co. L.Dec. 26,'64. Cap- 
•1-OU.L lured at New Creek, Hot. 28, 1S61. 

Veteran. 



1862 



Trans, from Co. M, Dec. 26, 1831. 



180 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "0," Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Names. 



Gregg, Boreman 
Harvey, James W, 
Harvey, Elisha 
Hartong, William 
Husk, Samuel . 
Jeffreys, Richard 
Jarbo, James H 
Ice, Andrew J. 
Ice, Isaac . 
Kessner, Enos D 
Knotts, John S. 
Kelly, John S. 
Knisely, Adam 
Kinny, Benjamin 
Lee, Abraham 
Liston, Abner 
Low, Hezekiah. 
Louran, William A. 
Maulsby, John W. . 
Markly, Isaiah . . 
Miller, James G. . 
McNemar, David C. 
McNemar, B. A. . 

Manion, Thomas W. 

Nordick, Jno. F. Sr. 

Nethkin, Thomas A. 

Norman, Thornt. H. 

Perkins, John S. . 

Perkins Thomas W. 

Pendergrast, Mich'l 

Parker, Henry M. . 

Rodeheaver, John A 

Richards, Ernest . 

Richards, Alfred . 

Saucer, Philip D. . 

Sowers, Benjamin . 

Sines, Henry . . . 

Stucky, Mathias F. 

Sceill, Martin . . 

Shrout, James W. . 

Shear, John 0. . . 

Smith, Franklin 

Thomas, Daniel . . 

Thomas, Abraham . 

Welch, Joseph J. . 

Wolf, Samuel . . 

White, George W. . 



Rank. 



Priv. 



When musti n <\ 
into service. 



Remarks. 



18 Aug. 
!27 Mar. 
22 

2l|Dec. 
38 Jan. 
23'Mar. 
35 Oct, 
18 Dec. 
45 Aug. 
33 Oct. 
20 j 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

Oct. 



18 

24 
34 

1 34 

'20 

28 

30 
.i.i 
oo 

21 

IN 
1!) 
23 
19 
42 
18 
26 
18 
19 
35 
28 
38 
24 
18 
43 
20 
18 



30, 

29. 

29, 

10, 

3, 

29, 

28, 

3, 

24, 

28, 

28, 

1, 

3, 
30, 
20, 
29, 
28, 
29, 

3, 
20, 



1864 



1861 
1862 
1864 
1862 
1862 
1862 

1863 

ii 

1864 
1862 
1864 



Trans, from Co. M, Dec. 26, 1864. 

Veteran. 



Trans, from Co. L, Dec. 26,'6t. Cap- 
tured at New Creek, N< 
Trans, from Co. M, Dec. 26, 1864. 



Vet 



1863 
1864 
1862 
1864 



eran. 



Tram, from Co. L, Dec. 26, 1864. 



Trans, from Co. M, Dec. 26. 1861, 



Veteran. 



Jan. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Sept, 
Dec. 

June 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Oct. 



Vet. Captured at New Creek, TV. V. 

Nov. 28, 1864. 
Trans, from Co. M, Dec. 2G, 1804. 



Mar. 
Oct. 

Dec. 



Aug 
Mar. 



Oct. 



17, 1862 

4, " 
31, " 

6, 1864 
17, " 
31, 1861 
20, 1864 
29, " 

28, 1863 
11, 1864 

29, " 
29 " 
28,' 1863 1 
20, 1864 Veteran 
29, " 

20, " 
19, " 

1, " 

1, " 
17, " 
29, " 
29, " 
29, " 
29, " 
29 " 
28,' 1863 



Veteran. 



Trans, from Co. M, Dec. 26, 1864. 



Trans, from Co. M, Dec. 36, 1864. 

Veteran. 
Veteran. 



Trans, from Co. M, Dee. 26, 1864. 

Veteran. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "0," Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



181 



Names. 



Bank. 



When mastered 
into sen Ice. 



. 



Whitzel, John D. . 
Weekly, George W. 

Dischargi a. 
Godwin, Joseph M. 
Dorsey, Geo. W. E. 
Saucer, Jackson C. 
Herndon, James M. 
Sterling, Philip J. . 
Cutcamp, Casper . 
Constable, "William . 
Miller, Simon Z. 
Smanley, Sampson W 
Biggs, William . . 
Devall, James M. . 
Devall, William G. 
Ewing, John . . 
Habig, Peter . . 
Harvey, Michael S. 
Johnson, Cornelius . 
Luch, Charles . . 
Liston, John A. . . 
Messenger, Samuel . 

nnis, Van Y. . 
McGoflin, Lemuel J. 
McCroby, Samuel A. 
Nagle, Anthony 
Sines, Solomon . 
Sterling, Solathiel 
Snider, Jemison 
Smith, Calvin C. 
Teets, Samuel 
Vanvert, Christain 
Warner, Coonrod 
Wiseman, James E 
White, James H 
Yoder, Henry 
Core, William K 
Frey, John . 
Gooding, Elias 
Hays, Jacob . 
Lee, James H. 
Louran, Enoch 
Martin, Daniel 
Snider, Simon 
Snider, AVilliam 

Died, 
Brite, Silas . . 
Bosley, W 7 illiam T 



Priv., 



Capt. 
1st Lt. 

2d Lt., 
Serg't, 
Corp'l, 



Priv. 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 

Mus'n, 
Priv., 



20 Dec. 
19 Jan. 

41 Nov. 

2! 

30 

21 

26 Dec. 

22 Nov. 

44 

21 

22 Dec. 

18' 

36 Nov. 

34 

36 Dec. 

33 Nov. 

19 Dec. 

20 

23 

20! 

22 Nov. 

39 Dec. 

39 

22 

42 

21 

2-."' 

L9 

18 

32 

18 

■-1 

21 

19 Dec. 
28 Nov. 
36 _ 
43'Dec. 
25 Nov. 
32 

23 

32 Dec. 

25 Nov. 

18 

42 Dec. 

21 Nov. 

20 Dec. 



21, 1S64 1 _ 

Q 1 1 ftfiQ Trans, from Co. M, Dec. 20, 1864. 



Nov. 



14, 1861 


14, " 


14, " 


11, •■ 


11, " 


14, " 


14, " 


14, " 


07 (i 


27 " 


14, " 


14, » 


19, » 


14, " 


27, " 


27 " 


11, " 


11, " 


14, » 


11, " 


07 " 


11, " 


11, " 


14, " 


14, " 


14, " 


14, " 


14, " 


14, " 


14, » 


14, ,; 


11, " 


14, " 



Dec. 19, 1664, exp. term of serv. 

lin and C. S., June 9, '(It. 
Mus. out Dec. 19,'Ct. ex. term of serv. 



Dec . 27, 'CI 
Dec. 19, '64 



Dec. 27, '64 
Dec. 19, '64 



11, 


1861 


14, 


<( 


14, 


■ < 


14, 


11 


27, 


tt 


14, 


[( 


14, 


(( 


11, 


u 


14, 


(C 


11, 


(I 



(i date not known. 11 
May 17, 18C3, at Grafton, VT. V. 
Date unknown, at Oakland, Md. 
May 17, 1S63, at Grafton, TV. V. 
Feb. 1,1864, u << 

Date unknown, at Oakland, Md. 



Bv reason of prom'n, at Clarksburg, 
W. V. 

B63, at Grafton, W. V. 

Date unknown, at Oakland, Md. 



Dec. 15, 1863, at Clarksburg, Tf-V. 
Dec. 9, 1862, of typhoid fever. 



182 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "0," Sixth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Collins, Allen W. . 
Clair, Francis . . 
Devall, Aaron . . 
List on, Robert J. . 
Moore, Abraham . 
Nee, Thomas . . . 
Rodeheaver, Wm. A, 
Ramsey, George 
Saucer, Christopher 
Sowers, George W. 
Stoyer, William 
Tichnel, Moses . . 
Aggregate, 



Bank. 


M 


When mustered 

into service. 


Remarks. 


I 

Mus'n, 


19 


Nov. 14, 


1861 


Jan. 9, 1863, typhoid fever, at Oak - 
land, lid, 


Priv. 


19 


14, 


<i 


Jan. 20, 1862, measles, Oakland, Md. 




32 14, 
26 14, 
44 14, 


t< 
u 


April 20. 1864, of small-pox, at 

Clarksburg. W. V. 
Feb, 15, 1864, of typhoid fever, at 

Clarksburg, W. v. 
March 23, 1864, at Clarksburg, W. V. 


» 


35 Oct. 2S, 


1 QftQ Accidentally killed by cars; Nov. 16, 


(C 


21 Dec. 11, 


1861 


May 17, 1863, from pistol shot. 


II 


19 Nov. 14, 


a 


Mar. 19, 1862, at Oakland, Md. 


II 


21 14, 


K 


I < 25, 1863 " I ( II 


(( 


23!Dec. 11, 


u 


II 23, 1862, II it 


(1 


28 Nov. 14, 


(i 


May 21, 186-1, at Cumberland. M.I. 


(( 


181 


_ 


_ 


Feb . 6. 1862, at Oakland , Md. 



.150 men. 



Record of Captain Ewald Over's Company "P," of the Sixth Regiment West 
Va- Infantry Volunteers, stationed at \Vheeling, West Va., on the 25th day 
of December, 1864, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
taken place since its organization. 

{Signed,) Edward Lindner, 1st. Lt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Over, Ewald 



Lindner, Edward 
Knapp, Henry . 
Schlotter, Anton, 
Durst, Jacob . 
Engelhard, W. . 
Strochlein, David 
Klaproth, Charles 
Auber, Henry . 
Ebeling, Lewis . 
Heil, Nicolaus . 
Rauch, Jacob 
Mueller, William 
Albinger, Henry 
Bachman, Frank 
Ballauf, Adolph 
Bauer, Henry C. 
Bollens, August . 



Capt., 



1st Lt. 
2d Lt., 
1st Ser 
Serg't 



Corp'l, 



Priv. 



26 



Oct. 24, 18G1 



3] 


Oct. 


24, 


23 




24, 


24 




24, 


19 




24, 


27 




24, 


29 


Dec. 


3, 


25 


Oct. 


24, 


2C 


Dec. 


3, 


2-1 


Oct. 


24, 


28 




24, 


36 




24, 


41 




21, 


40 


Dec. 


o 
O, 


26 


Oct. 


24, 


23 




21, 


10 




24, 


12 




24, 



1861 



Commanding Company to March 8. 
L862, then commanding l'ost of 
Wheeling to April :t, 1862, then 
commanding Company to June 4, 
1862, then commanding Post of 
Wheeling to Aug, 81, 1882, then 
Provost-Marshal of Clarksburg to 
Nov. 20, 1862, Hi. u A. A. G. of Col. 
Wilkinson's Brigade to J:m, 11. 
1864, then Militarv Commander of 
Wheeling to Nov. I, 1864, thou is- 
Biatant Military Commander of 
Wheeling to Muster-out, 

Commanding Company since Nov. 
20, 1862 

On special duty as Provost Marshal 
at Wheeling, W. \ a. 

Pro. from Serg't, May 28, 1863. 

li Corp'l, Jan. 1,1864. 
ii ii May 2S, 1864. 

ii 1 1 Sept. 19, 1864. 

1 1 Private, Jan. 1, 1864. 
II li May 1, 1868. 

li u May 27, 1864. 

li u July 26, 1861. 



Reduced from Serg't, Jan. 1, 1864. 
ii Reduced from Corp 1, Dec; 22, 1863. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "P," Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 






N .i in. B. 



Bauer, William . 
Burgh ard, ( lharles 

onhofer, Lewis 
Fischer, John 
Fuchs, Adam 
Habig, Raphael . 
Heinzerotli, Wm. 
Helmich, Frederick 
Henke, August . 
Klenk, Jacob 
Kappler, George 
Kirmse, William 
Klevis, Henry . 
Knabe, Frederick 
Kraft, Lewis . . 
Mueller, August 
Minke, Christian 
Mergenhagen, Jos. 
Meyer, Lewis 
Mueller, Nicolaus 
New, Balthasar 
Nolde, Frank 
Quell, Anton . 
Rohrig, Henry 
Retel, Jacob . 
Rupp, John . 
Ruediger, John L. 
Sawer, Georg*e . 
Schmidt, Anton, 
Schatzinger, John 
Schwanenberger G. 
Thomas, Lewis . 
Vogler, Valentine 
Wasmuth Henry 
Wiegand, Henry 

Recruits, 
Loos, George . . 
Staiger, John 
Miller, Charles F. 
Hoelzle, George 
Koch, Lewis . . 
Loeffler, Ernst . 
Straub, Joseph . 
Morris, Samuel . 
Franke, Joseph . 
Breisoch, Henry 
Meisenhelder, Chas 
Metz, Andrew . 



Bank. 



Priv., 



Corp'l, 



When ii 
Into -• i \ [oe. 






39|Oct. 

L8 

ir> 

45 

32 

2! 

31 

45 

34 

i2<; 

38 

!:, 

25 

42 

25 

3] 

42 

33 

42;Dec. 

41 

43 Oct. 

38 

43 

24 

11 

45 

24 

28 

26 

26 

38 

27 Dec. 

25 

30 Oct. 



Dec. 
Oct. 



21, 
21, 
21, 
24, 

24, 

24, 
24, 

2!, 
21, 
24, 
21, 
21, 
24, 
24, 
24, 
24, 
24, 

3, 
23, 
24, 
24, 
24, 
24, 
24, 
24, 
23, 
24, 
24, 
24, 
21, 
24, 

3, 
23, 
24, 



1861 



Dec. 31, " 
Oct. 23, 1863 

20, " 
Mav 15, 1S02 
Apl 12, 1862 
Oct. 20, 1863 

20, «« 

July 31, 1862 

Aug. 8, " 

8, " 

8, " 



Reduced from Corp], J;in. I, 1861 



Pro. Corp'l, Mayl, 1862. Rcducodto 

Reduced from Corp I, M.y 1 , 1862, 



I'm. Corp'l, Nov. 4. 1861, Reduced to 
ranks, May 1, 1862. 



Reduced from Serg't, March 1, 1862. 
Reduced from Corp'l, Jan. 31, 18C3. 
Reduced from Corp'l, Dec. 26, 1863. 



Pro. Sen; t . Reduced 

to ranks, Jan. 1, 1861. 



Reduced from Corp'l, Jan. 1, 1862. 



Pro. toCorp'l. M'v 1. 1863. Roduoed 
to ranks, Jan. 1, 1864. 



Pro. to Carpi, -Tune 1. 1864. Reduced 

to ranks. Jojj M, 1864. 
Pro. to Con ■. Reduced 

to ranks, July 2',, 1864. 



Pro. from Private, July 26, 1864. 



1S4 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "JP," Sixth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Names. 



When mustered 



Remarks. 



Winesburg, Thornt. Priv., 
Over, Rudolph . . 
Wilson, George B. . 
Kraft, Lewis . . . 
Crawford, James A. 
Groves, Charles H. 
Bayles, Jonathan . 
Kelley, James . . 
Knust, Henry . . 
Groves, William F. 
Crawford, Messer . 
Morris, Stephen 
Harris, John M. 
Schaerffe, Robert . 
Fries, Henry W. . 
Morris, Anthony T. 
Barrett, Thomas 
Harvey, Marcena . 
Lindsey, James M. 
Montgomery, Wm. J 
Morris, Jackson . . 
Erwin, Thomas . . 
Conroy, Anthony . 
Lough, Samuel . . 
Sutton, Joseph . . 
Atha, Ulysses S. . 
Gould, Albert A. . 
Burge, Jacob W. . 
Bittrnan, Peter . . 
Burge, James K. 
Friends, James . . 

Veterans, 
Klevis, Charles . 
Naegele, Joseph 
Raeder, Conrad . 
Simon, Joseph . 
Yargens, Arnold 

Died, 
Strobel, Gottfried 
Schafer, Gottfried 
Schneider, Caspar 
Minni, Frank 
Doerr, Simon 
Lang, Conrad 
Morris, Daniel 
Ubrig, Charles 
Morris, Ebenezer 



21 

26 

18 

24 

18 

L9 

1 

18 

18 

22 

18 

22 

34 

35 

22 

L6 

19 

L8 



Corp' 
Priv. 



Serg't, 
Priv. 



L8 

17 
29 
42 
18 
43 
30 
28 
25 
L8 
28 
18 
18 

20 
17 

20 
21 
26 

19 
45 
40 
37 
44 
44 
19 
35 
2U 



Aug. 8, 18G2 
Dec, 24, 1863 
Jan. 26, 1864 

Feb. 15, " 

Mar. 1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

14, « 

28, " 

28, " 

28, " 

28, " 

Ap'l 28, " 

Aug. 11, " 

18, " 

20, " 

20, " 

23, " 

23, " 

Sept. 2, " 

Aug. 30, " 



Pro. to Hosp. Steward, .Tune 13/1863. 
Reduced to ranks, July 1, 1864. 



Sept. 



Oct. 
Sept. 
Dec. 



1, 

1, 

7, 

7, 
o 
**% 

7, 
o 

12, 



Feb. 18, 

18, 

18, 

•18, 

Mar. 31, 



Oct. 



Aug. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Oct. 

Mar. 



24, 
24, 
21, 

8, 
24, 

3, 
20, 
24, 
28, 



1861 



1862 
1861 

It 

1863 
1861 
1864 



Re-enl'd Feb. 18, '64 

17, " 

17, " 

17, " 

" Mar. 28, " 



Not. 12, 1861, at Wheeling, W, Va., 
of :. ground received N'nv.6. 

\ |i:l i >i i-.. ■ ,,!' .1;-.' if, at home, 

near Wheeling, W. Va. 
Aug. 11. 1862, at Post Eospital, of 
wounds ree'd bj i ill while on .nm 
Jan. 28, 1868, at Wheeling, of dis- 
ease. 
\ ,,, ii I ;, I ; :. ' 

Sept 8, 1868, at Clarksburg nosp., 

of di~. 
Karoh ... 1864, a) home, near Wl I- 

,-, ■ .,! Il^ra*.-. 

3epj 5 is i, ..i Wheeling, of inju- 

ceived by a (all. 
Not. 19, W6*i at Wheeling, or dis- 
ease. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Companii "/V Sixth Regiment Tnfantry— Continued. 









Bank. 



When mustered 
into - 



Remarks. 



I>fs< r/r,/, 

bel, Julius . 
Lohman, Charles 
Fuchs, Charles . 
Luecke, Frederick 
Finzel, Frederick 
Schrerup, John X. 
Feiss, Frederick 
Rappe, Frederick 

Discharged. 
Auber, William . 
Spielker, Peter H. 
Hosenfield, Freder 
Speidel, Samuel . 
Ruehl, Conrad . 
Neidert, Nicolaus 
Wilkinson- James P 
Schmidt, Gottleib 
Brown, John J. . 
Raffo, Antony 
Broszt, Lewis 
-Kreis, Frederick 

Transferred. 
Easaly, John . . 
Freudiger, Jacob 
K repps, John 
Mehl, Andrew . 
Lapp, John . . 
Yost, Christian . 



iPriv. 19 Not mustered 

L5 " " Oct. 20,1861 

Serg't, 30 Oct. 24, 186] 
iPriv. 33 Not mustered 
28 Dec. 23, 1861 
3, 

"' ' C "' -'■ Mar. 17, '6~2. De~s - d again, May 6,'63 

1 8 Not mustered . Atw " c " lins '-"" ,c - '■ 



Dec. ]l, 
b L2, 1862 

" 17. " 
.. 26 

At WTieelin 



•' '27 Oct. 
43 Not 
in Oct. 
39 

17. Dec. 
lstSgt22 0ct. 



Priv. 



Serg't, 



Aug. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

27 t Sept. 
30 Oct. 
41 Dec. 



24, 1SG1 
mustered 
24, 1861 
24, 

o 
O, 

24, '• 
31, 1862 
24, 1861 
26, 1862 
17, 1864: 
24, 1861; 



Dec. 30, 1861 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 



By special orrler of Sec. or Wai 

L862. 

1 1 June 13, " 

Fur disability, Oct. 27, '62, at Wheel- 
ing Hospital. 
For disability, Dec. 8, 1863. 

April 15. '03, to accept promotion ;m 

Etb w. v. tnf. 
Jan. 15, 1663, to accept promotion as 

Adj't 6th «'. V. tnf. 
Feb, 23, 1864, by special order 72, A. 

G. O., I 
Oct 11, l-DI, on certificate of disa- 
bility. 
Bept. Hi, 1864 tu nccept promotion as 
l7thW.V. Inf. 
64, on certif. of HsablUty 

Nov. II, 1864, (i u 



To 77th O. V. Inf. 



Aggregate, 137 men. 



Memoranda: — The 6th Regiment W. Va. Infantry, was organized 
by authority of the War Department, and under instructions from 
the Governor of Virginia and General Rosecrans, commanding the 
department, in August, 1861, and was mustered into service of the 
United States for the special purpose of guarding the Baltimore 
and Ohio Railroad in the State, and for the protection of the loyal 
citizens along the line of the road. It was recruited to fifteen com- 
panies, by special authority. 

The companies were stationed along the line of railroad above 
indicated, and the effects were seen in the improvement of business 
and a feeling of security among the Union citizens, doing good and 
24 



190 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

effective service in scouting the counties, and keeping them cleared 
of guerrillas, &c. 

In 1862 the companies were moved about considerably, doing 
arduous field and guard duty, being stationed on the outposts of 
the Department, frequently being engaged in skirmishes with guer- 
rillas. On the 31st of August, 1862, companies "A" and "G," sta- 
tioned at Weston, were attacked by a force of the enemy under 
General Jenkins, but were compelled to retire, having six men 
wounded. On the 13th of October, 1863, parts of two companies of 
the Regiment, and a part of the 11th W. Va. Infantry, numbering 
in all 7 officers and 117 men, under command of Capt. Mattingly, 
of company "G," of the 6th, were attacked at Bulltown, W. Va., 
about 4 o'clock, A. M., by a rebel force under Col. Wm. L. Jackson ( 
consisting of about 700 infantry, 75 cavalry, and one piece of artil- 
lery. The rebels attempted to take the works in which the force 
was posted, by a charge, but were successfully repulsed ; and after 
fighting for several hours, retreated, with a loss on their side of 2-4 
killed and 60 wounded, the only casualty in the 6th being Captain 
Mattingly seriously wounded in the thigh. On the 4th of August, 
1864, JSTew Creek, W. Va., was attacked by the enemy 3,000 strong, 
under command of General McCausland ; companies "A," "G" and 
"L," forming a part of the forces stationed there, and in the engage- 
ment behaved with conspicuous gallantry, losing two men killed 
and four wounded. 

On the 28th of November, 1864, New Creek was surprised, and a 
large portion of the force there captured ; a detachment of company 
"L," of this Regiment was stationed there at the time, numbering 
one commissioned officer and 56 enlisted men, who were all cap- 
tured. On the same day, nearly 300 of this force, under Major 
McDonald, attacked Piedmont, W. Va., where Capt. Fisher, of com- 
pany "A," was stationed with 35 of his men, but by the gallant re- 
sistance of Capt. Fisher, the town was saved and the rebels com- 
pelled to retreat, with a loss of two killed, and ten or fifteen 
wounded. For this gallant resistance, Capt. Fisher and the men un- 
der his command, were highly complimented by special orders from 
Gen. Crook, commanding the Department. 

On the 31st of July, 1864, the Regiment numbered a total of 48 
commissioned officers and 1,326 enlisted men. Since that time, the 
non-veterans of different companies have been mustered out, but the 
companies were again rapidly filled up with recruits, so that it now 
numbers a total of 41 commissioned officers and 1,262 enlisted men. 
Application has been made to have companies "I" and "K," and 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



191 



"L" and "M," consolidated into two companies, these companies 
having been reduced below the minimum. 



SEVENTH REGIMENT W. VA. INFANTRY. 

Record of Captain John Fordyce' s (late Capt. Samuel Snider's) Company "A," 
of the 7 ih Regiment West Virginia Infantry Volunteers^ showing the 
changes in said company from the date of its organization to the bth of Sep- 
tember, 18G3, date of consolidation of the Regimentinto a Battalion. 



Names. 


Kank. 


p 
•< 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remark*. 


Snider, Samuel . . 


Capt., i 




July 16, 


1861J 


Pro. Lt. Col. ICth W. V. 




Elliott, Thomas . . 


IstLt.,; 




16, 


11 


Died, date not known. 




Elliott, Charles . . 


2d Lt. 




16, 


11 


" in Washington, D. C, date 

known. 


UII 


Albright, Marcellus 


Priv. 


is 


16, 


11 


Discn'd, date unknown. 




Bishoff, George E. . 


ft 


is 


_ 


_ 


l'ro. 1st Lt. and Adj't Tib W. V. 


I. 


Brown, James W. . 


Corp'l, i 


20 


July 16, 


1861 


Dis'd, date unknown. 




Bucklew, Christo'her 


Priv. 


is 


16, 


a 


_ 


- 


Borgman, John II. . 
Creak, John W. . . 


K 


■s< 


16, 


11 


_ _ 


- 


K 


2'.< 


16, 


11 


Killed in action, Sept. 17, 186 
Antietam, Md. 


. It 


Casteele, William S. 


<< 


2:; 


16, 


11 


Dis'd at Alexandria, date unknown. 


Casteele, Solomon . 


(i 


l'J 


16, 


11 


_ 


- 


Casteele, John H. ' 


(i 


is 


16, 


11 


_ 


- 


Cupp, Jefferson . . 
Collins, Jeremiah W. 


(i 


18 


16, 


a 


_ _ 


- 


u 


27 


16, 


11 


Dis'd, date unknown. 




Dull, Daniel J. . . 


a 


2:) 


16, 


11 


ii ii 




Everly, George H. . 


" 


20 


16, 


11 


- 


- 


Everly, Adam . . 


t ( 


21 


16, 


11 


_ 


- 


Engle, Henry E. . 
Elsey, Elisha . . 


CI 


is 


16, 


11 


_ - 


- 


" 


36 


16, 


11 


Died at Alexandria, date unknown. 


Elsey, Joshua . . 


i< 


30 


16, 


11 


ii date not known. 




Elsey, David . . 


ii 


25 


16, 


11 


ii ii 




Elsey, Nicholas H. 


(i 


17 


16, 


11 


_ 


- 


Elsey, Jacob C. . . 




L8 


16, 


11 


Dis'd, date unknown. 




Edyburn, William . 


it 


24 


16, 


a 


_ 


- 


Edyburn, Calvin . 


ii 


IS 


16, 


11 


Died, date not known. 




Feather, Isaac B. . 


Serg't, 


-'• 


16, 


11 


Dis'd, ii ii 




Feathers, Josiah H 11 


Priv., 


2ii 


16, 


11 


_ _ 


_ 


Foglesong, John C. 


« 


22 


16, 


" 


Killed in battle, Sept 17, 1862 
tietam. 


An 


Forman, William D. 


Corp'l, 


21 


16, 


" 


_ 


- 


Felton, John C. . . 


Serg't, 


is 


16, 


a 


_ _ 


- 


Gibson, Edgar C. 


Priv. 


2:. 


16, 


a 


Dis'd, date unknown. 




Hartman, Wm. H. . 


K 


is 


16, 


a 


_ _ 


_ 


Hays, Isaiah . . . 


CI 


21 


16, 


11 


Died, Oct. 11, 1862, at Harper's 
rr, Va. 


Pet 


Hays, Elisha T. . . 


(1 


2< 


16, 


11 


Dis'd, date unknown. 




Harsh, George H. . 


II 


2' 


16, 


11 


- 


- 


Hardesty, John . . 


II 


is 


16, 


" 


_ 


- 


Jenkins, Elisha . . 




21 


16, 


11 


Dis'd, date unknown. 





I 92 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company U A,'' Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



When mustered 
into Bervice. 



Remarks. 



Jenkins, William M 
Jeffreys, William G 
King, Augustus T. . 
Kellev. Elza . . . 
Kirkpatrick, ThosB 
Knotts, William C. 
Lee, Christopher C. 
Liston, Eugene . 
Liston, Henson . 
Metheney, John . . 
Metheny, Hosea . 
Miller, James M. . 
Mattingly, Baptist . 
Martin, John S. . . 
Martin, Jonathan H. 
Martin, Joseph D. . 
Martin, Isaac J. . 
Martin, Jacob T. . 
Messenger, Wm. 
McKee, John T. . . 
Myers, Jacob . . 
Murdoch, James E. 
Nine, John E. . . 
Potter, David F. . 
Reckart, Ernest A. 
Reckart, Henry T. . 
Riley, George . . 
Riley, William H. . 
Sister, Samuel A. . 
Swisher, Daniel . . 
Shaffer, Benj. F. . 
Shaffer, Jacob F. . 
Sypolt, Jacob . . 
Shaw, Leroy . . 
Stemple, Archibald I. 
Tichnell, Moses . . 
Tichnell,SalathielD. 
Tichnell, Noah . . 
Tichnell, James . 
Trembly, Michael E. 
Teets, Lewis, . . . 
Turner, John . . 
Taylor, Charles M. . 
Taggert, Richard T. 
Thomas, Jacob . . 
Wilhelm, Henry 
Wilhelm, Jacob 
Walls, James . . 



Priv., 
Corp'l, 
Priv. 



Serg't, 

Priv. 

Corp'l, 



Corp' 
Priv. 



1st Set 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



20 

1> 

31 1 

2- 
19 
:;r, 

2] 
L9 

I 

23 

23 

18 
is 
L9 
is 
18 
18 
18 
L8 
21 
41 
1!) 

23 
18 
28 
2:; 
22 
L9 
22 
19 
22 
L9 
20 
L8 
21 
29 
23 
L8 
18 
is 
45 
32 
IS 
18 
20 
26 
19 



July 16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
10, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 



1861 



Died of wounda received July 3, '63 , 
rg, Pa. 
date unknown. 

Died, a 

Disch'd, date unknown. 
Died, date unknown. 



Died, date unknown. 



Died, Dec. 1861. 
" date unknown. 
" July 14, 1862. 

Died, date unknown. 



Died, date unknown. 
Des'd, 



Died, August 1862. 



Dis'd,date unknown. 

Died, 

Dis'd, 

Died, 

Dis'd, 



Died, 

Wounded at ChancellorsviUe, May .';. 
Died in hospital. 



(Died, date unknown. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "A," Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



193 







< 


\\ hen mastered 


i;. in 


-, John D. . . 


Priv., 


28 


July 16, 


1861 


Dis'd, date unknown. 


Elliott, Samuel P. . 


<< 


27 


16, 


ti 


" 


Glover, William 


.Serg't, 


40 






ii (< 


Dawl; John W. . . 


;Priv. 




L6, 


ii 


Died, 


RavenscraM. J. 1'. . 


K 




L6, 


•• 




Lis ton, Elisha . . 


" 


25 


16, 


a 


Dis'd, date unknown. 


Byde, Levi S. . . 


(< 




16, 


a 


a ii 


ih . . . 




30 


16, 




" Sept, 7, 1863. 


Welch, Jacob II. . 


a 




16, 




" " 17, «.' 


Everly, John L. . 


u 




16, 


a 




Martin, Rolla F. . 


(i 




16, 


ii 




Falkinstine, L. F. . 


it 


11 


16, 


a 




Dull, Jacob F. . . 


n 


L9 


16, 




Died, date unknown. 


Feather, Levi . . 


" 


30 


16, 


" 


Etomney, Va. 


Awman, Nathaniel . 


» 


29 


16, 


ii 


Transferred to Co. 0,6th W. V. Int. 


Grass, Emanuel . . 


(I 


27 


16, 


a 


Dis'd, date unknown. 


Ewen, Jno. . . . 


" 


.o 


16, 


ii 


u <i 


Falkenstine, Wm. A 




34 


16, 


" 


Transferred to Co. E, 3d Regiment 
Maryland Vols. 


Aggregate,—. 










_ _103 men. 



I of Captain Thomas Morris' Company "J5," of the 1th Regiment West 
Va. Volunteer Infantry, showing the changes in said Company from thedate 
of Us organization to the Hth of September, 1863, date of consolidation of 
the Regiment into a Battalion. 



Names. 



Bank. 



' tnsti red 
into service. 



Morris, Thomas . . 
Head, Wm. T. . . 
Kraus, Samuel . 
Hendershot, Jas. M 
Chambes, Geo. W. . 
Ridman, Isaac . 
Fullerton, W. R. C. 
Galloway, Nicholas 
Tarr, Brice Howard 
Fry. James . . . 
Smith, Benjamin F. 
Good, George 
Good, David . . 
Good, Samuel . 
Mathews, David 
Stewart, Irvin 
Stewart, Thomas 
Sanders, John . 



Capt., 39 
1st L; 
2d Lt.. 28 
Priv.. 

22 

35 

L8 Sept. 

L9 

20 

23 

21 

26 
22 

2S Aug. 

32 

19 



Oct. 
Jan. 



Pro. Sept. 22, 1862. 
Res'd June 17, 1S62. 

Pro. 1st I.t.. .Tun 
j Sept. 22, 1-1.2. 

jDes'd May 17, 1862. 

Trans, to Battery C, 4th C. S. Art., 



1 1861 Discn ' dfordisabilit . v . Feb. 13, 1863. 

23, " 

23, " 

4, " 

21, 1862 Died Dec. 24, 1862. 

21, " 

21, " Died Dec. 8, 1862. 

23 " 

7,' 1861 Trans, to V. R. C. " 



194 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Company "B" Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Nam- B. 



When 
Into 



urn-!, r. .1 
-ii \ ll B. 



Remarks. 



Stewart, William J 
Scott, Martin L. 
Sherman, Robert 
Freeman, William 
Vanderhoff, Cornel 
Woods, Joshua . 
Whitely, Albert H 
Whetzel, John F. 
Walton, Hiram . 
West, John E. . 
Whipkey, Freeman 
Godus, Zachariah 
Masters, Jesse . 
Masters, Mathews 
Moose, George W. 
Morris, Hiram K. 
Morris, William G. 
Miller, Jacob 
Matthews, Wm. H. 
Ormsby, John H. 
Parker, Oliver . 
Pratt, Alexander 
Rush, James . . 
Ross, Mathias B. 
Roberts, James M. 
Sayers, Wm. W. 
Stewart, Perry P. 
Graham, AVilliam 
Good, Jacob . . 
Gregg, Jacob 
Good, Thomas . 
Hunt, David 
Jackson, AVilliam 
Kuhn, Abraham 
Kuhn, William . 
Lewis, Jackson . 
Lightner, Wm. H. 
Miller, Samuel . 
Myers, Martin S. 
Myers, John M. . 
McGary, John . 
Matheny, Elias . 
Prickett, James . 

Denny, John . . 
Tarr, Nathaniel B. 
Leichter, Emery 
Snider, Joseph . 



;Corp'l, 
Priv. 



jCorp'l, 



Priv. 



1st Ser 

Priv., 
it 

Serg't, 
Priv., 



IS July 

23 

25 

L8 

30 

19 

32 

L8 

27 

24 

18 

21 

24 

27 

21 

35 

40 

18 

20 

is 

31 

11 

20 

23 

18 

34 

is 

25 

25 

43 

23 

;;*.! 

i:; 

24 

22 

L8 

25 

.7,1 
18 

11 
27 

is 
12 



7, 1861 



Killc.l in action at Gettysburg, Pa., 

1 MS. 
Killed in action at Antictam, Sept. 

Disch'd for disability, JoneU, 1883. 

Trans, to V. R. C. 
Dis'dOct. 30, 18 
" Feb. 3, 1863. 



Disch'd for disability, Feb. 13, 1863. 
DiscU'd for disability, Dec. 10, 1862. 

Des'd June 29, 1862. 



Trans, to Battery C, 4th U. S. Art., 

Oct. 27, 1862. 
Disch'd for disability. Feb. 15, 1862. 

K (1 Jan. 12, 1863. 

Died Oct. 30, 1862. 

Disch'd for disability, Feb. 7, 1863. 



DiscU'd for disability, Feb. 14,1863. 



Disch'd for disability, Feb. 13, 1863. 
II ll April IT. 1888. 

u ii Feb. 19, 1863. 

ll u Oct. 18, 1862. 



Disch'd for disability, April 4, 1863. 

Died Aug. 24, 1861. 
Des'd June 8, 1862. 



Died Feb. 15, 1S62. 



Pro. to 2d Lt., June 19, 1862. IstLt., 
Sept. M, 1882. Mastered out an ac- 
count of wounds received »t Frcd- 
erlolwburg, Ya.. Feb' 3d, 1862. 

Died May 10, 1863. 

Disch'd for disability, Dec. 12, 1862. 



AP.TITWT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "/•'," Seventh Regiment Infantry— Continued. 












\\ hen i 
Into -• 



I 



lershot. A. W. Priv., 

hews, John . Serg't 

Fry, * Ihristain S. 

land, Reuben . Corp'l, 
Bruher, Fredrick . Priv. 
( Janan, < lharle 3erg't, 

Moor-', Thomas . . Priv. 
n, David S. . " 
I, Levi . . . Mus'n, 
Lowry, Abraham . 'Priv. 

isey, Milton R. jWag'r 
Ashby, .lames . . -Priv. 
Alltop, George W. . j " 
Baldwin, Francis . Corp'l, 
Barnett, Jesse L. . 
Bryan, Clemuel . . [ " 
Chambers, James A. Priv. 
Chippie, Saml. W. . 
Chambers, Calbet D. " 
vel, Julius . . ! " 
Chambers, Hamilton 
Crow, George . . 
Cooper, Samuel H . 
Clark, Thomas . . 
Clouston. James 
Clark, William H. . 
Clark, Asa . . . 
Coe, John .... 
Dougherty, Charles I 
Davis, George W. . j " 
Delaney, Jonathan . " 
Davis, James ... " 
Emory, Hiram . . i " 
Fry, Abraham . . j " 
Fry, William H. . Serg't, 
Fletcher, Thomas . :Corp'l, 
i .mnnell, Levi . . Priv. 
Grandstaff, Wm. II. " 
Gray, Elias W. . . j " 
Grin, Lebbens ■ . | " 
Crow, Andrew J. . | " 
Aggregate, 



23 Aug. 
22 

24 
L8 
L9 

26 
22 

41 
26 
32 
is 
2] 
20 
22 
43 
20 
40 
34 
Is 
is 

L8 

is 
22 
20 
L9 

18 
43 

22 
19 

18 
21 
^7 
19 
L9 
44 
18 

25 

P.. 



7, 1861 



7, 

H 

», 

7, 

7, 

7, 

7, 

7, 

7, 

7, 

7, 

7, 
17 
1, 

>, 

7, 

7, 
7, 

H 

I , 

7, 
7, 
7, 



'.•on sol Ida 

May 17, 1862 

1 882. 

il ouv.li.1a 

pi.-i „f ironndi r 
lokiborg 

Oiled In nation at Fredericksburg, 
IMv h'dfordlssl I 



Disch'd for disability, Feb. 28, 1863. 

11 11 Fob. 13, 1863 

11 11 Nov. 14, 1862 



DIsch'd for disability, Nov. 12, 1863. 



Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pa. 
DIsch'd for disability, Feb. 16, 1863. 



j Mustered out by reason of consolidft- 
• Killed in action at I'li.inccllorsvillc, 
DIsch'd for disability, Oct. 18, 1862. 



DIsch'd for disability, Jan. 8, 1863. 



.100 men. 



196 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Record of Captain John C Way's Company "C," of the 1th Regiment West 
I a. Volunteer Infantry, showing the changes in said Company from the date 
of its organization to the bth of Septeiyiber, 1863, date of consolidation of the 
Regiment into a Battallion. 



Smith, Valentine 
Barr, E. A. . . 
Fetty, E. L. . . 
Swartz, James . 
Scott, Wesley S. 
Boyles, Felix E. 
Evans, John F. . 

Cunningham, W. H 
Ware, John S. . 
Henderson, David i 
Baker, Clayton . 
Daleng, Francis M. 
Franks, Michael 
Adams, Thomas D. 
Way, John C. . 

•Stewart, Theodore 
Ankram, Aaron . 
Adams, Joseph . 
Alvis, Joseph H. 
Ankram, S. C. . 
Bartlett, Benjamin 
Butler, Henry . 
Buck, Ezekiel . 
Boyce, George . 
Boyles, Charles H. 
Boyce, James 
Buck, George W. 
Baker, George M. 
Coffield, James C. 
Bukhammar, Thos. 
Cox, David . . 
Coffield, George . 
Castelon, Mahlon 
Doak, Nathan . 
Edwards, Palmer 
Fisher, Henry S. 
Founds, Franklin 
Grandin, William R 
Gregg, Charles W. 
Garman, David C. 
Hanes, Ameder . 
Heslip, Thaddeus L 
Hopkins, Mark . 
Hill, George . . 



*«*. I w i';;.:: 



mustered 
sen ice. 



Remarks. 



Capt., 
list Lt., 




1 2d Lt., 




IstSer 


.r 


Serg't, 


24 


. /-' 


24 


it 


:;i 


u 


1" 


Corp'l, 

ii 


2] 




is 


u 


24 


it 


40 


(i 


24 


" 


21 


ii 


in 


Priv. 


23 


" 


is 


ii 


2] 


a 


20 


" 


21 


it 


20 


" 


18 


ii 


31 


" 


23 


1 1 


is 


a 


2i> 


ti 


2U 


" 


20 


ii 


24 


a 


is 


" 


18 


Ensign 


L2 


Priv. 


21 


a 


P.) 


ii 




a 


20 


ii 


Ls 


ii 


I 1 .) 




22 


a 


is 


" 


1'.) 


ii 


'VI 


" 


is 



Aug. 7, 1861 Res'd July 1862. 



'■ 
7, 
7, 
7, 

7. 

7, 



7, 



7, 

r-r 

I, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
3, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 

7, 
7, 

7, 
7, 

7, 

»7 

7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 



Dec. 

Disch'd June 18S3. Expiration term 

of service. 
Pro. 1st Lt. Killed at Antietam, Sep. 

17. 1862. 
Disch'd for disability, Oct. 18, 1862. 

Pro. Capt. Mustered out by consoli- 

dation, Sept. 7, 1863. 

Mustered out on acc't of 

wounds ree'd at Chancellorsville, 

May .'), 1863. 
Pro. 1st Lt. Mustered out ; term of 

service expired. 
Disch'd April 1, 1863, for disability. 

ii expiration term of service, 

Trans, to V. E. 0. for wounds ree'd 

at Ami. i in, Si pi IT. 1863. 
Disch'd for disability, Oct. 18, 1862. 

it u Feb. 13, 1863. 

Disch'd Aug. 7, 1864. Expiration 

of service. 
Pro. 1st Serg't, March 1, 1868. To 1st 

Lt., Sept. 27, 1804. To Capt., Nov. 

17, 1864. 
Pro. Serg't. KilledJuly 3, 1863, at 
luirg. 

Des'd Ap'l 1, 1864. 
Re-enl'd Jan. 3, '64. 

Disch'd for disability, Jan. 26, 1863. 
Prisoner since May 6, 1864. 

Killed in action Sept. 17, 1862, An- 
tietam. 

Mustered out Aug. 7, isf.4. Expira- 
tion term of service. 

Trans, to V. R. C. 
Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 

Pro. to Serg't. Mustered out on con- 
solidation. 
Trans, to Keg. service, Oct. 19, 1862. 

Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '('>!. Missing in ac- 
tion Mav 6, '64, Wilderness, Va. 

Mustered ont Aug. 7, lsu4. Expira- 
tion term 

Dis. for disability Feb. 6, 1863. 

u ii May 15, 1862. 

Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 

Killed Sept. 17, 1862, at Antietam. 

ability June 30, 1862, 

Dis. on Con- 
acelorville 
Expirat'n 

.juration 
term oi 
Silled Sept, 17, '63 at Antietam. 

Trans, to regular service Oct. 19 '62. 

Died Jan. 14, 'li'j. at Cumberland. 

!>i.. for disability Dot. 28, 1868. 

Died Aug. 80, 1863. 

Prisoner sinoe May 6, 1864. 

Pro. Serg't Oct. 18, 1862. 

Wounded at Luray, Va. 






ADJUTANT GENEKAL'S REPORT. 
Company "C, M Seventh Regiment Iitfanbry — Continued. 



107 



Henderson. Win. 11 
Eays, Abram B. 
Harten, David B. 
Henderson, Robert 

Ireland, Nathan . 

Ice, Daniel . . 
James, James S. . 
James, John T. . 
King, John F. . 
Heck, Simon H. 
Kelch, Thomas P. 
Kellar, David . 
Kelch, Giddeon . 
Metz, Henry . 
Mason, John R. . 
Meyers, Robert 11. 
Myers, Jacob 
Mahan, Daniel . 
Meredith, Absalom 
Moore, Isaac . . 
Metz, Jacob . . 
Myers, Joseph . 
Middlebrook, Jame 
Beth, William M. 
O'Calahan Alex. 
Phillips, Thomas S 
Pitts, Ezekiel . 
Perkins, Oliver . 
Riley, Elias F. . 
Rippard, Henry 
Rice, Jonathan . 
Stewart, Peter . 
Sturley, Oliver P. 
Swiger, William H. 
Smith, John J. . 
Swiger, John . . 
Shuman, Henry . 
Sutton, Isaac . . 
Sheppard, John 
Speice, Christopher 
Tippans, Albin . 
Villiers, James . 
Van Camp, M. . 

Van Camp, Jno. Mc. 
Van Camp, Franklin 
Watkins, Wm. R. . 
Weikley, Elmore W. 
25 



Bank. 



1'riv. 



\\ ben mustered 
into sen i> •-. 



Ensi^ 
Priv. 



l'.» 
i'ii 
20 

:;i 
I'll 

2] 
26 

24 

LS 

L9 

21 

23 

21 

i'ii 

20 

18 

20 

L8 

20 

!_' 

29 

11 

44 

l'.» 

is 

18 

18 

18 

20 

20 

L8 

18 

42 

19 

27 

45 

18 

18 

19 

22 

22 

L8 

i 

2] 
21 
20 
23 



All: 



L86I 



. . 
7, 
". 
7, 

', 

7, 
7, 

7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 

7, 



7, 

to 

<t 

7, 

', 
7. 
7, 

7, 

7, 

• ■ 



• 



June 8. 1 

■ 

unlinrt 
Disch'd July 11, 1863, tor disability, 

Died Oct. 27, 1862. 

tictam. 
Trans, to I 



. out Aug. ",'64. Ex. term of sen-. 
1861, at Cumberland, 



M.l. 

Re-enl'd Jan. 1. 1864. Hissing In ac- 
tional Petersburg. 

Trans, to A'. R. C. 

' Id Harbor, Jui, 

Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 
Died Oct. 10, I - 

Discb/d April 1, 1863, for ,1 

Re-enl'd Jan. 4, 

;. 1863, for wounds ree'd 
at Ant 
Killed in action, Sept. 17, : 
tic tain, M'l. 

Died Nov. 13, 1862. 

Killed in action Sept. IT, 1862, An 

tietam, Hd. 
Re-enl'd Mar. 1,1- 

Died Nov. 1862 
Trans, to V. B 

Killed in action Sept. 17, 1862, An- 
Disch'd. Nov. In;.', for disability. 
Pro. 1st Serg't, x 
Disch'd for disabili 

• An.-. 7. 1864. Bxp. of 
Discb'd for disability, June 2S, 1862. 
Killed in action N 

Died Feb. 2, 1863. 

Disch'd Feb. Usability. 

Trans, to rcg. sen . 
Re-enl'd Jan. 4, 1S64. Prisoner, June 
Pro. toQ. M. Serg't, Nov. 1864. 
Killed in action Sept. 17, 

Mustered out Aug. 7, W,i. Ex. term 

of service. 
Trans, to V. R. C. for wounds ree'd 

ut Antietam. 
Mus'd out Aug. 7, In',4. Ex. term of 

scrv. Wounded at Robinson's Cross 

Disch'd for disabili- 

I I! 

Disch'd Aug. 7, 1864, e.vp. term of 

serv. 
Re-enl'd Jan. 4. '64. 'Wounded May 

12, 1864, at Spottsylvania C. H. 



198 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "C," Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Rank. 


& 




< 


Priv. 


19 


ii 




a 


18 


" 


21 


u 


23 


it 


33 


ii 


18 


Mus'n, 


37 


Wag'r, 


24 


Priv. 


34 


ii 


23 


" 


18 


K 


18 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Wells, Israel . 
Willey, Isaac 
"Williamson, Wm 
Yost, John N. 
Weikley, George 
Lee, Daniel . 
Barr, William 
Barker, William 
Keller, Charles 
Ankrom, B. W. 
Baker, James E 
Cox, James W. 
Lewis, John L. 



if. 



Aug. 7, 1861 

f It 

' ) 

7, " 
7, " 
7, " 
7, " 
7, " 
7, 

16, 
7, 

16, 

16, 

16, 



Oct. 
Aug 
Jan. 



1863 
1861 
1862 



Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 

Disch'd for disability, Feb. 1'. 1868. 

Pro. Serg't, Dis'd Aug. 7, 1864. Ex. 
term of' serv. 

Died at Cumberland, Md., date un- 
known. 

Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 

Trans, to reg. serv., Nov. 1863. 

Mus'd out, Aug. 7, 1864. Ex. term of 

service. 
Re-enl d Jan. 4, 1864. Pro. to Fife 

Major. 
Mustered out, Oct. 16, 1864. Ex. term 

of service. 
Disch'd July 8, 1862, for disability. 



Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 

j Disch'd Oct. 24. '64. Wounded in arm 
at Wilderness, Va. Arm aniputa- 



Aggregate, 104 men. 



Return of Captain Isaac B. Fisher's Company "D." of the Seventh Regi- 
ment West Virginia Volunteer Infantry showing the changes in said company 
from the date of its organization to the bth of September, 1863, date of con- 
solidation of the Regiment into a Battalion. 



Names. 


Bank. 


-i 
< 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Fisher, Isaac B. . . 


Capt., 


34 


Aug. 27, 


1861 


Re-mustered. 


Watson, James . 


IstLt., 


35 


27, 


" 


Pro. Capt. Trans, to Co. I. 


Edington, John W. 


2dLt., 


26 


27, 


it 


Res'd Dec. 25, 1861. 


Bowman, Henry B. 


1st Sgt 


42 


1, 


a 


Disch'd for disability, Nov. 25, 1861. 


Fisher, Samuel . 


Serg't, 


34 


1, 


ti 


Pro. 2d Lt. Disch'd by consolidation 
Aug. 8, 1863. 


Cooper, John . . . 


ft 


29 


1, 


it 


Pro. Hospital Steward, Peb. 10, 1862 


Midkiff, Jacob . . . 


" 


41 


1, 


ti 


Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 


Eaton, Abijah . . 


u 


59 


1, 


tt 


Disch'd for disability, Aug. 1, 1862. 


Bauckman, K. H. . 


Corp'l, 


28 


1, 


ii 


Disch'd for disability, Aug. 1, 1862. 


Watson, William . 


a 


32 


1, 


it 


Died at home, April 1, 1862. 


Winters, Harvey . 


u 


:J7 


1, 


" 


Pro. Serg't. Disch'd for disability, 
Oct. 12, 1S62. 


Hill, Simon . . 


" 


26 


1, 


ti 


Pro. Serg't. Disch'd by consolidation 


Hawthorn, Alex. 


" 


21 


1, 


it 


Died at home, Oct. 12, 1862. 


Kinkade, James . 


u 


38 


1, 


ti 


Mustered out. Ex. term of service. 


Smith, Isaac . . . 


it 


28 


1, 


tt 


Pro. 1st Serg't. Disch'd by consoll- 


Barrackman, Samuel 


" 


44 


1, 


a 


Deserted. 


McLane, John . . 


Fifer, 


26 


1, 


it 


Mustered out, expiration term of 


Salsberry, John J. . 


Wag'r 


42 


1, 


" 


Disch d for disability, July 25, 1864. 


Allen, Philip . . 


Priv. 


26 


1, 


i . 


" wounds ree'd at Antietam. 


Allen, Avery . . 


" 


25 


1, 


ti 


Mustered out, ex. term 'of service, 
Aug. 27, 1864. 


Amos, John H. . . 


it 


20 


1, 


it 


Killed in action, Sept. 17, 1862, at 
Antietam. 


Adams, Israel ' . 


it 


29 


1, 


ti 


Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 


Adams, John W. . 


ii 


P.) 


1, 


ii 


Killed in action, Sept. 17, 1862, at 
Antietam. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "D," Seventh Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



199 






Allen, Lewis . 
Barrackrnan, Pearson 
Bat tin, Samuel . 
Billick, William. 
Barrackrnan, John A 
Clendenen, Daniel 
Clendenen, James 
Cokn, William 
Coss, Benjamin 
Coss, John 
Carter, David 
Cline, Thomas 
Cline, Martin V 
Courtney, William F 
Conway, Alonzo M 
Cline, Calvin R. . 
Dalrymple, John D 
Dillon, Henry . 
Durbin, David A. 
Drummond, Jesse S 
Davis, James W. 
Dalrymple, Jesse 
Eaton, John . 
Eddy, Coin . . 
Fereaker, George S 
Frazier, George . 
Fisher, Simon . 
Farra, George . 
Goddard, Joseph 
Griffin, Wilson . 
Groove, James 
Groove, George W 
Hall, Jesse . . 
Hupp, John . . 
Hind, Eli S. . . 
Hill, Jehu . . 
Hill, Sylvester . 
Hill, Simon . . 
Hill, Ezra . . . 
Hill, Porter . . 
Hupp, Daniel 
Holliday, David 
Haught, Clarkston 
Joy, Isaac . . 
Joy, George . . 
Joy, Warren . 
Jackenheim, Lewis 
Kellar, Samuel C. 



Priv. 



21 
:;<; 
■i:\ 
23 
21 
22 
:;i 

28 
11 
is 
19 
18 
34 
49 
35 
19 
24 
2] 
25 
33 
25 
25 

v> 

15 
22 
16 
L9 
25 
16 
21 
19 
18 
22 

2-1 
21 
18 
17 
21 
3] 
27 
20 
40 
18 
19 
27 
1'.' 
24 
20 



When mustered 
into sei 



Aug. 



Oct. 

Auer 



Oct. 
Aug. 



1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 

1, 
1, 

1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 

25, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 

1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 

1, 

1, 

1, 
1, 

1, 



1861 



1861 



Remarks. 



Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 

Disch'd for disability, Mar. 1, 1862. 

; 1864. 

Mustered out, ex. term of service, 

'. Disch'd by consolidate 

Disch'd for disability, Sept. 25, '62. 

I Antietam Sept. 17, 1862. 
Re-enl'd Jan. :. 186*. 
Killed at Autietam, Sept. IT, 1S62. 

62, Wounded at 
Antietam. 

Killed at Antietam, Sept. I 

Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 

Mustered out. Expiration term of 

service. 
Discharged for disabilty Oct. 6, '62. 

Died Feb. 16, 1862, at Cumberland. 

Pro. 1st Lt. 
Re-enl'd Dec. 30, '62. 

Jan. 4, '64. 

Jan. 4, '64. 

Jan. 4, '64. 

Mustered out, expiration term servico 



Died Aug. 1, '62. 
" April 25, '62. 

Discharged for disability May 6, '62. 

Discharged for wounds received at 
Antietam Sept. 17, 1862. 

Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 



t! 


Jan. 


4, 


'64. 


" 


Jan. 


4, 


'64. 


)is'd. Expiration term 

Aug, 27, 1864. 
Dis'd for disability Sept. 


of servico 
20, 1862. 



Dis'd Oct. 25, 1863, for wounds ree'd 

at Antietam Sept. 17. 18 
Killed Sept. 17, 1862, at Antietam. 



Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64, 
Dec. 30, '63. 
Died Dec. 25, 1863. 

Disch'd for disability, Dec. 25, 1862. 
Dis'd. Exp. termserv Oct. 10, '64 
" " " Aug. 27, '64. 



Transferred to V. R. C, Nov. SO, 

1862, 
Disch d for disability, Dec. 25, 1862. 

Killed in action at Antietam, Sept. 

17. 1862. 
Disch'd for disability, Oct. 30, 1862. 



Re-enlisted. 



Killed in action, Sept. 17, 1862, at 
Antietam, Md. 

Mustered out Aug. 27, 1864. Expira- 
tion term of service. 

Killed in action Sept. IT, 1862, An- 
tietam. 



200 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "Z>," Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 


Rank. 


s 

< 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Latham, James . 


Priv. 21 


Aug 


1, 1861 


Disch'd for disability, liar. 1, 1863. 


Lemmons, Salathiel 


20 


1, " 


<( u Sept. 25, 1863. 


McDonald, Madison 


25 


1, " 


Disch'd, expiration term of service, 
Aug. 27. 1864. 


Miles. William . . 


«' 11 




1, '• 


tp. term of serv., Aug. 27, 
1864. 


Miller. Francis . . 


'• 49 




1, " 


Disch'd for disability, Dec. 25, 1862. 


Miller. James . . 


" 19 




1. - 


Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 


Mills, Thomas ■ . . 


22 




1, - 


Disch'd for disability, Sept. 25, 1861 


Mills, Wesley . . 


18 




1, " 


Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 


McCallen, Isaac . . 


18' 


1, " 


ii ■< ii 


McKingle}*, John . 


« L9 


1, " 


Killed in battle, Sept 17, 1862, An- 
tietam. 


Malio, Peter . . . 


49| 


1, " 


Disch'd for disability, Aug. 1, 1862. 


Moore, William . . 


" 


29! 


1, " 


Re-enl'd Dec. 30, '63 


Moore, John . . 




33 


1, " 


Disch'd for disability, May 6, 1862. 


Moore, Sheldon . . 




23| 


1, " 


II (| Oct. 12, 1862. 


Mills, Jacob . . . 


. [ 


19 


Oct. 


16, " 


ii ii Dec. 26, 1862. 


Orange, Calvin J. . 
Piatt, John . . . 


II 


35 


Aug. 


1, " 


Killed at Spottsylvania, May 12, '64. 


I . 


19 




1, " 


Disch'd for disability, Dec. 25, 1863. 


Pool, James J. . . 


" 


22 




1, " 


Killed in action, Sept. 17, 1862, An- 
tietani, Md. 


Powell, George W. 




18 




1, " 


Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 


Shepherd, Hezekiah 


'■ 


22 




1, " 


Killed at Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862. 


Slay, John . . 


(! 


19 




1, " 


Trans, to 4th Reg. Art., Oct. 11, "62. 


Shreave, James . . 


(( 


:;s 




1, " 


Disch'd by consolidation. 


Simpson, Isaac . 




42 




1, " 


Disch'd bv reason of wounds reo'd at 
Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862. 


Steward, Hiram . . 


" 


16 




1, " 


Trans, to 4th Keg. Art., Oct. 25, '62. 


Sommerville, Thos E 


" 


25 




1, " 


Trans, to V. R. C, for wounds ree'd 

at Autietam. 


Steed, Cornelius . 


II 


22 




1, - 


Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 


Wibber, Wm. H. . 


" 


26 




1, " 


Disch'd for disability, May 1, 1864. 


Weddle, James . . 


" 


23 




1, " 


Died April 1, 1863. 


Williams, John . . 


II 


25 




1, " 


Trans, to 4th Keg. Art., Dec. 26, '62. 


Hubbard, Geo. E. . 


II 


20 


Oct. 


10, " 


Disch'd for disability, April 1, 1862. 


Lindwood, Manassa 


11 


:i! 


Aug. 


1, " 


Disch'd for disability, Sept. 10, 1861. 


Williams, Sylvester 


11 


18 


Oct. 


10, « 


Killed in a skirmish at Harrisonburg 
Va., July 4, 1862. 


Aggregate, 




103 men. 



Record of Captain Marcus Fettifs (late Capt. II. B. Laziefs) Company "i7," 
1th UojiiDi h! West Va. Volunteer Infantry, showing the clianges in sal, I 
Company from the date of its organization to the 6th of September, 18G3, 
date of consolidation into a Battalion. 



Ni *. 



Hank. 5 



Winn mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Lazier, Henry B. . jCapt., 
Hastings, Isaac . . 1st Lt. 
Jacquett, Anthony . 2d Lt., 
Ketty, Marcus . . Jlst Ser 



jJuly 31, 1861:Resig'd Jan. 26, '62. 
31, " " May 26, " 

31, " " 26, " 

A(\\ Q1 ii I Pro. to 1st Lt. May 26, to Capt. June 

^o\ OX, | 26, lMii. .Mustered out by consoli- 

dation, Sept. 7, 1563. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "/-'." Seventh Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



201 



Vim. -. 






Calahan, Charles A 
Roger. William J. 
an, Cyrus B. 
Houston, James P. 
Sullivan, Thomas I 
Bell, Calvin . . 
Cullison, William II 
Canthers, Wm, E. 
Conway, Joseph W. 
Benthem, Geo. T. 
Kelly, Clark . . 
Irwin, Smith R. . 
Walters, John A. 
Poundstone, Jesse 
Adams, William 
Austin, Aaron . 
Adams, Isaiah . 
Beatty, James C. 
Beatty, Thomas S. 
Bayles, Jonah . 
Bayles, Thomas . 
Bricker, William 
Butcher, John A. 
Blaney, John 
Bishop, Bartholomew 
Cunningham, John 
Cleavinger, Enox H. 
Conwell, Thomas P 
Carney, Mark . 
Colebank, Thomas 
Cobin, Samuel H. 
Cole, Thomas J. . 
Cummins, Geo. A. 
Connelly, John . 
Dawson, Alfred . 
Dornall, Samuel 
Eckhart, Jacob 
Emerson, Thomas V. 
Fowler, Wm. R. 
Houston, David S. 
Herrington, Ira M. 
Herrington, Ben]. F. 
Hicks, Francis L. . 
Hoover, Harvey 
Hopkins, Isaac P. . 
Hostettler, James C. 
Hall, Larkin, . . 
Hall, Samuel . . . 



Serg't, 
Corp'l, 



Mus'n, 

it 

Priv. 



When m 

int.. *. n i' I. 



July 31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
•"»1 
31 

31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
Oct. 6 
July 31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 



L86] 



Remarks. 



" date not known 



Died "f wounds r. cclve ■ at Antle 

Disc'd date unknown 

" date not known 
Aug. 10, '64. 
10, •• 



Killed in action at Gettysburg, Fa., 
July:', i 



Dis'd, date unknown. 



Dis'd, date unknown. 
Died, date unknown. 

Killed Dec. "I. 1862, at Fredericks- 
Died, date unknown. 
Dis'd, " 

I action July -2, 1863, at 

Gettysburg, Pa.. 

Dis'd, date unknown. 
Died, " 
Dis'd, «' 



Dis'd, date unknown. 
Dis'd, date unknown. 



Mi^lncin action, Dec. IS, 
-.-iburg. 



Dis'd, date unknown. 

Died .it Harrison's Landing, date un- 
known. 

Deserted, Oct. 18, '62 
Dis'd Sept. 7, '63. 

Killed in action, Sep. 17.1862, nt An- 
tlctam. 

Dis'd, date unknown. 



202 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "i?," Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Kanics. 



R ,. ^ When mustered 
inK. ^ int0 gt . IN ;,.,. 



Holland, John . 
Jenkins, John J. 
Jenkins, Wm. A. 
Jenkins, Aaron C. 
Jarrett, Jacob . 
Knife, John . . 
Kennedy, John W 
Linton, Robert J. 
Lewellen, Samuel 
Lanham, Zadock 
Mayfield, Eugenius 
Mayfield, Joshua 
Manning, Enoch 
Merrifield, Fred. A 
Morgan, Rufus J. 
McCann, Samuel 
Manning, John H. 
Mayfield, W. M. V 
Moody, Edward 
Miller, Oliver . 
McVicker, Alph. S 
Meckling, John . 
McKenney, Samuel 
-Pickenpaugh, G. R. 
Powell, Oliver W. 
Robe, William . 
Robinson, Philip M 
Robinson, Martin E 
Ruble, Edgar W. 
Ruble, Henry M. 
Shaffer, Nelson . 
Stafford, Solomon 
Stafford, Joseph E. 
Stafford, Elza . 
Sparks, John F. 
Sangston, Jas M. 
Summers, Jacob H 
Shoemaker, Geo. W 
Swindler, John J 
Spencer, Lucas . 
Victor Lawrence 
Widdons, George W 
West, David 
War man, John . 
Wilkins, Wm. E. 
Williamson, Geo. W 
Emmerson, John P. 
Walker, George R. 



Priv. 



21 


July 31, 
31, 


22 


31, 


L9 


31, 


21 


31, 




31, 


22 


31, 


24 


31, 


19 


31, 


20 


31, 


L9 


31, 


L8 


31, 


3] 


31, 


24 


31, 


.1 9 


31, 


;;i 


31, 


19 


31, 


21 


31, 


':! 


31, 


39 


31, 


19 


31, 


26 


31, 


38 
25 
L9 


Aug. 4, 

July 31, 

31, 


37 


31, 


20 


31, 


19 


31, 


L8 


31, 


19 


31, 


L9 


31, 


25 


31, 


18 


31, 


18 


31, 


20 


31, 


20 


31, 


31 


31, 


23 


31, 


22 


31, 


21 


31, 


21 


31, 


22 


31, 


2] 


31, 


22 


31, 


23 


31, 


•1-1 


31, 


22 


;;i 


24 


31, 



1861 



Remarks. 



Dis'd, date unknown. 



i Killed In action May 3, 18C3, at Clian- 
ccllorsville. 



Dis'd, date unknown. 

« 

[Pro.to 1st Lt. andAdjt. Pisch'd. 

I Died, date unknown. 
Dis'd, 



Dis'd, date unknown. 
Dis'd Aug. 10, '64. 

" date unknown. 
Died, " 
Dis'd, " 



Died at Hnrrison's Landing, dato 
unknown. 

Killed in action July 2, 1863, at Get- 
tysburg, Pa. 



1864 
1861 



Dis'd, date unknown. 



Killed in action Sept. 17, 1862, An- 
tietam. 



Deserted Oct. 18, 1862, at Harper's 
Ferrj , Ta. 

Dis'd, date unknown. 

Died in hospital, date unknown. 



Died June 1SC3. at Front Royal, Va. 

Dis'd, date unknown. 
Dis'd, date unknown. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "/.'," Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






•:108. 




bo 

< 


When mngtered Remark* 


Coburn, Calvin . . 
Blaney, Lawrence . 
Moore, Thomas K. . 

lien, A G. 
Bricker, Levi 
Roby, John E. . . 
Aggregate, 


Priv. 
<< 

,< 

« 

,< 


24 
20 


July 31, 1861 

Sept. G, 1862 
6, ■ 
6, " 


Dis'd, date unknown, 
ii it i. 
106 men. 





Record of Captain John Fordyce's (late Capt. Jas. B. Morris ) Company '■/'.' 
of the 1th Regiment Wed Virginia Infantry Volunteers^ showing the 

changes in said company fn>m the date of its organization to the bth of Sep- 
tember, 1863, date of consolidation of the Regiment into a Battalion. 






Bank. 


a 

< 


When mustered 
into service. 


|Capt. 
1st Lt. 




Aug. 5, 186 


2d Lt, 




31, " 


1st Ser 

Serg't, 


40 


Sept. 15, •" 

J 


" 




15, " 


ii 


22 


15, " 


ii 


19 


15, " 


Corp'l, 


22 
28 


15, » 
15, » 


'• 


15, 


it 




" 


15, " 


" 


15, " 


i. 


25 


15, « 


" 




15, " 


Priv, 




15, " 


i " 


2] 


15, " 


a 


25 


15, " 


ii 


21 


15, " 


ii 


38 


15, l: 


a 


- 


15, " 


u 


25 


Sept. 24, " 
24 " 


ii 


L8 


20, " 


'■ 


L8 


04 a 


" 


22 


■ 


a 


2 


24 " 


" 




24, " 


" 


20 


O 1 II 



Remarks. 



Morris, James B. 
Stout, Ambrose A. 
Thompson, Bailes W. 
Brant, Eli . . . 
Taylor, Henry II. . 
Garrison, James F. . 
Fordyce, John . . 
Stephens, Vincent . 
Fox, Thos. H. B. . 
Gidley, William . 
Fordyce, John G. . 
Meighen, AVm. Ii. . 
Shough, George M. 
Kent, George W. . 
Rice, James A. . . 
Taylor, Abraham . 
Burris, James . . 
Boyers, Benson . 
Bosworth, William . 
Brown, Norval . 
Chisler, Lewis 
Conner, George A. 
Coss, John . . 
Cummans, Abraham 
Conner, Samuel 1ST. 
Calvert, Solomon . 
Deyarman, John 
Dye, Jefferson . 
Durbin, David . . 
Fogg, William B. . 



Pro. to Maj.. Jan. 7, 1863. Disch'd 
Sept. 7. : 

Res'd March 25, '63. 

" Oct. 3, '( 
Died, date unknown. 

Died, date unknown. 

Pro. 2d Lt., Oct. 13, 1S62 ; dis'd Aug. 

Dis'd Sept. 7, '63. 
Dis'd Feb.~5, '63. 
Dis'd Sept. 7, '63. 

Died Nov. 1863, of wounds received 
at Antietau. 

Dis'd Sdpt. 7, '63. 

i. ii ii 

Dis'd Feb. 12, '63. 

Dis'd April 4, '63. 
Dis'd Dec. 30, '62. 

Died,' date unknown, 
Died, date unknown. 



204 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "F" Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 


Rank. 


9 

< 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Fox, William . . 


Priv. 


19 


Sept. 25, 1861 


Dis'd Feb. 13, '63. 


Flowers, John . . 


a 


21 


Oct. 15, " 


U (1 (( 


Gibbons, William . 


" 


22 


15, » 


_ _ - 


Guthier, Noah. . 


" 


19 


15, " 


_ _ 


Gould, Doctor . . 


it 


20 


15, " 


_ _ — 


Gregg, Daniel . . 


" 


23 


15, •' 


_ _ - 


Geho, William . . 


it 


23 


15, » 


_ _ - 


Grump, Andrew 




30 


Sept. 19, " 


Died Aug. 29, '62. 


Gould, Henry . . 


" 


19 


23, " 


" March 11, '62. 


Griffith, Samuel . . 


<( 


47 


18, " 


Dis'd Dec. 30, '62. 


Gibbons, David . . 


II 


IT 


18, " 


_ _ _ 


Gooden, Leonard . 


" " 


19 


18, " 


_ _ _ 


Hoffman, Thomas J. 


" 


is 


18, " 


_ _ _ 


Herrington, James . 


" 


30 


18, " 


_ _ _ 


Hardesty, William . 


f( 


20 


18, " 




Hardesty, Wash'ton 


ii 


L9 


23, " 


Dis'd Oct. 18, '62. 


Hoffman, George . 


ti 


2] 


23, " 


_ 


Hoffman, William . 


(( 


24 


Dec. 15, " 


Died, date unknown. 


Hannon, John M. . 


(1 




Jan. 15, 1862 


" Nov. 29, '62. 


Husk, Isaac . . . 


11 


25 


Aug. 18, 1861 


Dis'd, Jan. 31, '63. 


Jackson, John . . 


u 


24 


18, » 


- • 


Jones, Andrew L. . 


" 


26 


23, " 


Dis'd Feb. 19, '63. 


Jones, George . . 


a 


28 


23, " 


_ _ _ 


Jones, John . . . 


1! 


22 


23, " 


Died Feb. 28, '63. 


Jones, Nathaniel . 


(( 


35 


Oct. 5, " 


Dis'd, date unknown. 


Jones, James . . 


[( 


24 


7, " 


" Oct. 18, '62. 


Kindle, Greorge . . 


<( 


L8 


7, " 




Kindle, Sanford 


" 


18 


7, " 


_ _ _ 


Kindle, James . . 


" 


16 


>1 u 

<> 


Dis'd Oct. 18, '62. 


King, Thomas . . 


11 


L9 


7, " 


_ _ _ 


King, James A. . . 


(( 


is 


15, « 


Died April 23, '62. 


King, Alexander . 


" 


Is 


15, " 


_ 


Lewellen, Coleman . 


(1 


22 


15, " 


_ _ _ 


Longstreet, Thomas 


a 


18 


Sept. 18, " 


Dis'd Feb. 2, '63. 


Lightner, John . . 


" 


20 


18, " 


_ _ 


Laughlin, Robert . 


u 


17 


18, " 


Dis'd Oct. 25, '62. 


Meighen, Dennis R. 


" 


IT 


Aug. 31, " 


" Feb. 12, '62. 


Main, Simon . . . 


< ( 


20 


31, « 




Meighen, Thomas H 


" 


37 


31, ■ 


Dis'd March 16. '63 


McLelland, John . 


" 


23 


Sept. 9, " 


" Nov. 25, '62. 


McLelland, Levi H. 


ft 


22 


9, " 


_ 


Moore, George P. . 


tl 


25 


9, « 


_ _ 


Moore, Isaac A. 


" 


22 


Nov. 15, " 


Died Dec. 18, '62. 


Pethtel, Morris . . 


" 


22 


15, » 


_ _ — 


Pethtel, Henry . . 


n 


L9 


Sept. 19, " 


Died Jan. 10, '62. 


Phillips, Thomas 


" 


27 


.M II 


Dis'd Feb. 6, '63. 


Phillips, David . . 


" 


2.", 


2 1, " 


_ _ — 


Phillips, Joseph 


" 


30 


25', " 


Dis'd Nov. 28, "62. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "JF," Seventh Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



2i 15 



N.iin- 3. 



Rank. 



Phillips, Robert W 

Poger, John T. 
Rice, Joshua . . 
Ramer, Benjamin 
i.icob F. 
Hu-h, Jacob . . 
Ross, Timothy W. 
Smith, Arthur B. 
Shaw, Manass 

Abner . . 
Starkey, Nathan 

nks, William 
Taylor, Jes.se . . 
Taylor, Thomas . 
Taylor, Francis jr. 
Taylor, Francis sr. 
Whitehill, Zadoc 
Wears, Robert . 
Walls, Hezekiah J 

Aggregate, 



When mustered 
rvice. 



Remarks. 



Priv. 1 l ■ 1861 



21 

21 
21 

J- Aug. 
let. 
19 Se] 
10 L9, 

19, 



25, 
25, 
25, 

25, 
5, 
7, 






1, 

Aug. 31, 

31, 

25, 
19 
22 
20 






-■•■ 
30, 



Jan. 22 
- Oct. -J, '62. 



Dis'd May L5, 62. 

Killed Oct. 26, '62, atRomn.v, V;i. 

Dis'd April 1" 
" Jan. 1, '63. 



: Dis'd Oct. 8, '62. 
97 men. 



Record of Captain Solomon SpangZer' 's Company u G" 1th Regiment West 
Ya. Volunteer Infantry, showing the changes in said Company from the date 
of its organization to the 5th of September, 1863, date of consolidation of the 
Regiment into a Battalion. 






When m 
into Berrice. 



Spangler, Solomon 
Fleakman, John A 
Denney, John W. 
Collins, Robert . 
Darkin, John . . 'Serg't 
Mellott, William . ; " 
Duff, Parker J. . . 
Jenkins, John D. . " 
Yeho, Patterson F. Corp'l, 
Ollom, Elijah . . 
BisholT, Martin V. 
Vaughan, James A 
Myers, Emanuel 
Finn, Thomas . . 
Wheeler, Samuel D. " 
Scott, William P. . 
Yourley, Samuel . Mus'n. 

26 



Capt., 45 Sept. 
1st Lt. 35 
2d Lt.. 
IstSer. 23 Nov. 



L3 
L9 

32 
21 
L9 

2'.' 
43 



1, 1861 Res'd.date unknown. 

1, " 
1, " 

18, 1861 
13, 



18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 

18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 



Pro. Capt. Co. K, date unknown. 
I'm. lsd.t. and Q. M.. l- 

Dis'd by consolid'n. 



Pro. 1st Lt., 1863; dise'd for disa- 
bUlty. 
laced to ranks for intoxication. 

d for disability, 1862. 

.1 Killed Dec. 13, 1862, at Fredericks 

.- Va. 
.. Dlw'd for wounds received at An- 

tietam. Sept 17, 1861. 
Disc'd for wounds received at An 
I tietam, Sept. 1 



Pro. 1st Lt,, 1863. 

! Dis'd for disability, date unknown. 



Died, date unknown. 



206 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Company "(?," Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Mellott, Jacob . . 
Simmons, James N. 
Anderson, Joseph . 
Anderson, Simeon . 
Anderson, Nathaniel 
Albus, John . . . 
Breech, Simeon . 
Brennen, John . . 
Berkley, Samuel . 
Berger, George . . 
Benghart, John . 
Bingman, Richard . 
Brothers, Benjamin 
Beck, Rudolphus . 
Baird, Stephen . . 
Calebaugh, Jackson 
Conrad, John M. . 
Ostner, Godlett, 
Cain, John R. . . 
Catlett, Emanuel . 
Daily, Smith J. . . 
Davis, Samuel . . 
Donnelly, Alexander 
Destler, George . 
Ileadly, Theo. M. . 
Huffman, John . . 
Heidelshumier.H.W. 
Johnston, Lewis . . 
Johnston, Daniel . 
Jones, Priton N. 
Hentzel, John . . 
Hiwyz, Frederick . 
Loper, Jonathan . 
Miller, George . . 
Martin, Michael W. 
Mellott, Peter . . 
Mellott, James B. . 
Mellott, John . . 
Mellott, Archibald . 
Mellott, Alexander 
Mellott, Gilbert . 
Mellott, John S. . 
Mellott, Henry . . 
Mellott, Willis . . 
Mellott, Isaiah . . 
Mathews, Andrew . 
Martz, Christian . 
Mellott, John P. . 



Mus'n, 


24 


Team'r 


47 


Priv. 


30 


" 


19 


1! 


20 


" 


19 


It 


20 


" 


32 


t ( 


21 


" 


;;:; 


" 


21 


11 


20 


(I 


20 


■ ( 


19 


<( 


26 


(( 


18 


" 


44 


11 


23 


" 


18 


it 


40 


II 


22 


11 


2f> 


II 


19 


11 


21 


It 


18 


II 


18 


II 


30 


II 


38 


II 


36 


II 


19 


II 


33 


II 


19 


11 


18 


11 


18 


11 


18 


II 


42 


II 


30 


II 


24 


II 


38 


11 


22 


11 


25 


II 


22 


11 


19 


11 


27 


" 


21 


II 


18 


II 


24 


II 


47 



Nov. 



18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 



1861 



Disch'd fordisab'v'date unknown. 



Disch'd for disab'y, date unknown. 

Killed at Gettysburg, Pa., Julv 3 
1863. 

Pro. 1st Scrg't, date unknown. 
Killed at Antietam, Sept. 17, 1863. 

Disch'd for disab'y, date unknown. 



Disch'd for wounds rec'd at Antie 
tarn. Sept, 17, 1862. 



Disch'd for disab'y, date unknown. 
Pro. to Scrg't, date unknown. 
Disch'd for disab'y, date unknown. 

Pro. id I,t. Resigned 1863. 

Died, date unknown. 
Dis'd for disability. 



Died of wounds reo'd at Antietam, 

Sop!. 17.1862. 
Disch'd for disab'y, date unknown. 



Disch'd for disab'y, date unknown. 



Disch'd for disab'y, date unknown. 



Disch'd for disab'y, date unknown. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "<?," Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



207 






Bank. 



Nichols, Francis M 
Kikart, George . 
Pasco, William . 
Pasco, Emanuel 
Pitman, Timothy 
Rush, Richard . 
Ready, John . . 
Rutler, Isaac . . 

uhouse, Jacob 
Sullivan, Timothy 
Spervey, George J. 
Selig, Andrew . 
Stephens, James 
Stetson, Charles 
Scholopp, Christian 
Smith, James . . 
Smith, George W. 
Stephens, John . 
Hulbert, John . 
Zesinger, Rudolph 
Aggregate. 



Priv. 



When mustered 
Into m 



II 


2] 


u 


18 


l( 


43 


" 


11 


. " 


18 


11 


30 


• 1 


:;i 


" 


37 


11 


21 


II 


19 


11 


21 


(1 


l'.i 


1 '• 


il- 


CI 


ls 


II 


11) 


II 


is 


" 


20 


(1 


23 



18INOV. 



18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 



lst-1 



Remarks. 



Died, date unknown. 



Dis'd for disability. 
Deserted. 

Trans, to reg. serv. 

Di»c d for wounds reed at Antlctani. 
Disch'd for disab'j, date unknown. 



Disc'd for wounds ree'd at Aatietam, 
Sept. 17, 1862. 



50 men. 



Record 'of Captain H. J. Bowers' Company "J7," of the 1th Regiment West 
Va. Volunteer Infantry, showing the changes in said Company from the date 
of its organization to the bth of September, 1863, date of consolidation «j 
the Re giment into a Battalion. 



Kank. 



Bowers, H. J. . . Capt., 
Taggard, George . ,1st Lt., 
Montgomery, Jno H^d Lt. 
Anderson, Robert A. 
Ball, Lafayette W. . Priv. 
Baiues, John . . . 
Barrett, Franklin . 
Batter, Hezekiah S. 
Bee, William . . . 
Berbert, Michael . 
Bennett, Lorenzo . 
Bennett, Edward . 
Brookhover, Jacob . 
Burten, Jasper W. , 
Burten, Richard 
Campbell, David 
Carpenter, Oliver 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Sept. 



23 
21 

■1-1 

2S 

39 
L8 

21 
21 
21 
2:, 
20 
18 
•2-1 
30 



Sept. 
Sept. 



2, 1861 

2, " 
9 " 



Res'd.date unknown. 



2, 1861 Trans, to V. K. 0. 



2, 1861 



Dis'd, Jan. 31, 1862. 
Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 

Be-enl •! Jan. 4, 1-JJ4. I'ris. since 

Oct. 27. 1- 
Disch'd for disability, Feb. 13, 1863. 

ii ii Not. IT, 1868 

Supposed to be dead. 

Disch'd for disability, Feb. 12, 1863. 
Killed May SO, in Wilderness, Va. 
Pro. Ser. Maj., Nov. 17, 1864. 
Disch'd for disability, April 27, 1863. 
it ii July 17, 1863. 



208 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "77," Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 


Bank. 


a 

< 


When mustered 
into Ben ice. 


i;. marks. 


Charlton. Edward . 


Priv. 


l> 


Sept. 2, 18G1 


Dischd for disability. Jo] 


Campbell, Preston . 


tt 


19 


.> 


It -enra Jan, 4, 1864 Pro. .Serg't. 


Clouse. Theodore G. 


it 


32 


2 " 


Dis'd Jan. 1, 1862. 


Cott, William . . 


" 


:V. 


2 ii 


— _ _ 


Cumberledge, Geo. F. 


tt 


32 


.. 


Re-enl'd Jan. 4. '04. 


Daggat. Erastus P. . 


" 


L8 


2, " 


Dis'd, 1862. 


Davidson, Edgar . 




28 


2.' " 


Re-enl'd Jan. 1, '64. 


Etline, David . 


a 


33 




Disch'd for wounds ree'd at Antic- 
tarn', Si 


Fisher, Bernard W. 


(i 


2l 


2 " 


Re-enl'd .inn. 4, '61. Wounded June 
10, 1864 


Gates, Solomon . . 


" 


21 


2 ii 


term of service, 
Sept. 2, 1864. 


George, Samuel . . 


u 


42 


.> ii 


Deserted in 1862. 


Guine, George W. . 


tt 


IT. 


.) ,i 


Disch'd for disability, 1862. 


Hamilton, Henry E. 


" 


l'l 


.) a 


Died Oct. 22. 1862 


Hurlinson, Green T. 


11 


1> 


2. " 


_ 


Heaton, William G. 


tt 


1! 


2 " 


Disch'd for disability. 1862. 


Heartly, Alpheus . 


t . 


L9 


O ii 


1 1 ■ afton in 1862. 


Hendershot, S. J. . 


" 


19 


2 


Re-enl'd Jan. 1, 1864, Prisoner since 

May 6, 1864. tt il l.rness. 


Higgs, Cornelius 


tt 


11 


2 " 


Died, date unknown. 


Holland, Levi W. . 


" 


19 


* J 7 


Pro. Serg't. Must, out by consolida- 
tion. 


Gains, George H. . 


It 


L9 


2. " 




King, Levi . . . 


ti 


14 


O tt 


Disch'd for disability, in 1862, 


Lance, Leonard . 


It 


19 


2 


Killed iu notion, Sept. IT, 1862, Lb 

', Mil. 


Liggett, Daniel C. . 


a 


23 


2 " 


Kill,-,! in action Nov. V. 


Lewis, Joseph T. . 


" 


18 


O 11 

— i 


Disch'dfor disability in 1862. 


Linhart, John M. . 


ll 


20 


O ii 


_ 


Mail, Daniel . . . 


u 


22 


2 " 


Re-enl'd Jan. 1. '64. 


Mail, Andrew J. . 


ii 


18 




Killed in action ,1 


Marsh, William . . 


" 


21 


2 " 




McCloud, Thomas . 


tt 


11 


2 


Diseh'd for disability, 1863. 


Moore, Elias . . 


It 


23 


2, " 


reg. serv., Oct. 1862. 


Moore, Theophilus . 


a 


19 


2, " 


Re-enl'd Jan. 4 '64. 


Montgomery, Jas. A. 


it 


20 


2 " 


Killed in action, Sept. it. i 
tietam, Md. 


Montgomery, Adam 


11 


18 


2' " 


_ _ _ 


Nicholson, Jasper . 


tt 


19 


-> 11 


Disch'd for disability, Aug, 16, 1862 


Nicholson, James P. 


it 


21 


2. " 


Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 


Nicholson, Shadwick 


a 


18 


2. " 


ii a ii 


Nicholson, Newton . 


(( 


2'' 


.) 11 


Diseh'd tor disability, Ha] 11, 1862 


Otis, Thomas . . . 


tt 


.".1 


2, " 


ii ii i, 


Rakin, Adia . . . 


" 


22 


2 •' 




Rexroad, Solomon . 


!< 


11 


2, " 




Reger, John M. . . 


II 


12 


2 " 




Rutle, Jerrid . . 


11 


25 


2 " 


Mus. out Sept. 2, '64, Ex. t. 


Sumpkins, Wm. H. . 


11 


is 


.. 
"1 


i< 


Steel, James E. . . 


!! 


35 


.) 11 


Killed in notion, 6' 
i kid. 


Steele, George W. . 


(1 


18 


ii 

—> 


Killed in action, Sept. 11 

inn. 


Stephens, John W. . 


1 1 


L8 


.1 .1 


■, S< pi. •.'. 1B84 
of sen 


Stone, Cornelius 


II 


L8 


H 


Re-enl'd Jan. 1. til. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

.,in,i ••//." Seventh Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



209 






or, John W. 
Wilson, I 
Wilkinson, Win. 
Wilson, Thorn 
Winans, Eno 
Wine, Robert F. 

I er, [sham 
Roberts, Fran 

Rankins, Charles M 

I, John T. . 
Sutter, John R. . 
Bowers, Gustavus J 

Cooj - r e W. 

Knav. p, Samuel . 
Bernard, John W. 
H:.w thorn, Eli C. 
Wolf, Joel _ . . 

:olson, Silas B. 

;olson, C. C. . 
Charlton, John R. 
Hoce, George W. 

Aggregate,— 






\\ ben mustered 



R 




Re-enl'd Jan. ■!. '64. 

Primmer sio 

Dlsch'dfor i 

Pro. to l»t - I'ro. to lit 

Chancel- 

Ion, Sept. 
m, M'l. 

- 

■burg, Pa. Dlac'd 
for WOOD 
Dischd for .Usability, A" 

M>1. Dischd for same. 

Discharged for dl 

Pro. 2d I.i. ' \v consoli- 

dation. 
Dischd July 19, 1863, for disability , 



Pro. to 1st Lt. 



.85 men. 



/„,• Captain D. C M. shell's Company "I, lib Rem 
Volunteer Infantry, showing the changes in said Company from the date of 
its organization to the Uh of September, 18G3, date of consolidation of the 
liegiment into a Battalion. 



Names. 



When mustered 
into - 



Remark 9. 



Shell, D. C. M. . . 

Corrello, A. A. . . 
McDonald, Benjamin 

Dolley, James II. . 

Funk, Harrison . . 

Day, Aaron H. . . 
irge W. 

Shell, John 0. . . 

Yokum, Adam . . 

Mallow, Daniel . . 

Bille, John A. . . 

Judy, Jacob . . . 

May, Israel . . . 

Mumbert, Jesse . . 



Capt., 
IstLt., 
2d Lt., 
Priv. 



Serg't, 



Oorp'l, 

Priv. 
Priv. 



28 

■22 Nov. 
21 

26 

33 

31 

18 Dec. 

21 Nov 



28, 
28, 

22, 
22 

22 

-_. 

22 

22' 
90 

— 1 

3, 



L861 



1861 



Killed in action S 
tietam. 

'62. 

" May 28, " 

Died Mar. 30, " 

,. .. 21, ' 

Des'dAug.23, " 
Dis'd Feb. 23, 1863. 



Died of wounds rec' d Sci • 

Des'd May 3, 181 
1861 Died Nov. 17.1863. 
" " date unknown. 



210 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "7," Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



KameH. 



When mastered 
iuto 8ir\ Ice. 



Remarks. 



Miller, John H. . 
Vance, Renben . 
Kesner, Van Buren 
Mouse, Adam 
Sites, Jacob . . 
Buckbee, Jesse M. 
Buckbee, John H. 
Buckbee, Peter . 
Blackburn, Corneliu 
Coffinan, George 
Carnell, Jerome . 
Cosner, Samuel . 
CofFman, Simeon 
Collars, Jacob , 
Cherrybomes Tbos 
CofFman, Adam . 
Dolly, John R. . 
Dayton, James . 
Deltenborn, A. . 
Erant, William . 
George, James Sr. 
George, James Jr. 
George, Solomon 
Grey, George 
Hedrick, George W 
Hinkle, George . 
Hinkle, Adam . 
Helmick, Enos . 
Harper, James D. 
Hoover, Cain 
Helmick, Mathias 
Jones, Henry C. 
Jones, Moses . . 
Kesner, Jacob . 

Kesner, Pendleton 

Kesner, Alfred . 

Kesner, Christ'r E. 

Kesner, Abraham 

Landis, Martin . 

Lemon, George L. 

Long, William . 

Lough, George Sr. 

Lough, George Jr. 

Miller, George . 

Miller, Samuel H. 

May, Daniel . . 

May, Jesse . . 



Corp'l, 

II 

Priv. 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



L9 

28 

18 

19 

:;d 

L9 

32 

:ir, 

24 

42 

18 

42 

18 

30 

L9 

L9 

20 

23 

18 

20 

■Ki 

L8 

38 

25 

18 

31 

32 

11 

2] 

25 

30 

18 

32 

19 

24 

29 

33 

38 

31 

2i'. 
32 
36 
is 
42 
■2: 
L9 
• '". 



Nov. 22, 1861 

Dec. 3, " 

Nov. 22, " 

Dec. 3, " 

Nov. 22, " 

22, " 

22 " 

00 ii 

22 " 

22,' " 

22 " 

SO, " 

00 (i 

00 ii 

22,' " 

09 <i 

— '— '» 

09 i< 

3' " 

09 « 

22 " 

22 " 

3; " 

22 " 

09 11 

3, " 

22 " 

So' " 

q u 



Dec. 

Nov, 



Dec. 
Nov, 



Dec, 
Nov. 

Dec. 

Nov. 
Dec. 



Nov. 22, 
09 
00 

22 
3', 

22 
22' 
22' 

°2 
3, 



Dec. 
Nov. 



Dec. 
Nov. 
Dec. 



Nov. 22, 
22 



Des'd June 8, 1862. 



Killed Dec. 13, 1862. 



Des'd Aug. 30, 1S62. 

Died Dec. 6, 1862. 

" Oct. 13, " 
« 4; « 

Died Mar. 30, 1862. 
Des'd Aug. 13, 1862. 
Killed Sept. 17, '62. 

Died July 26, 1862. 
Dis'd June 27, " 
Des'd Aug. 23, " 
Died Nov. 6, 1862. 
Des'd Oct. 18, " 

De's'd May~17, 1862. 

Died Sept. 21, " 
" Oct. 4, 
" Nov. 10, " 
" " 10, " 

Dis'd Nov. 30, 1862. 

Died Oct. 21, 1862. 

De's'd June" 12, 1862. 

Died Nov. 15, 1862. 
" Aug. 8, " 

Des'd Aug. 23, 186~2. 

Dis'd Mar." 21, 186 _ 2. 

Des'd Aug. 23, " 
a 11 •• 

Ll T 1 ° II 

Jan. lo, 
" Aug. 23, " 

Killr.l in action Sept. 17, 18C2, An- 

detain. 



AIUI'TAXT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "I," Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



211 






Knnk. g 
I < I 



\\ hen d 

int.i 91 



!:• marks. 



>le, Henry 

May, John W. . 
Moral, Amos . . 
Moral, Philip 
Miller, [saac . . 

May, Philip . , 
Movers, Philip . 

Mallow, Abrah'mW 
Mallow, [saac 1 1. 
Mallow, Mn- 
Miller, Thomas II 
Powers, Isaac L. 
Eohebaugh, Isaac 
Ritenour, Martin V 
Stonestreet, Martin 
Snider, John W. 
Shell, Daniel 
Stonebraker, H. 
Shell, James M. . 
Shell, Job V. . 
Shell, John S. . 
Simons, Henry . 
Snmmerfield, Isaac 
Stoffer, Jonathan E 
Turner, John L. . 
Veth, John C. . 
Vance, John A. . 
Vance, Levi . . 
Waldrom, Henry 
Wilfoncy, Jehu . 
Lapon, Wellington 
Detrick, Abraham 
Burges, Henry . 
Burgess, Christopher 
Davis Enoch . . 
Davis, Aaron . . 
Evans, Benjamin 
Harper, John 
Imon, Cornelius E. 
Shell, Gilead M. 
George, William 
Vanmeter, Geo. S. 
Mallow, Jacob . 

Aggregate,. 



Priv. 18 

24 

31 
2:> 
21 
19 



Corp' 
Pnv. 

II 

Corp' 
Priv. 



Nov. 22 L861 

22 " 
22 " 



Nov. 



Dec. 
Nov. 



Dec. 

Nov. 



Serg' 
Priv. 



Serg 
Priv, 



t- 



39 

21 

30 

30 

18 

46 Nov. 

27 

36 

40 Dec. 

34 

21 Nov 



Dec. 



3, 

.... 

22 
22, 
3, 
22 
22 
22, 
22' 

O.)' 

1 

3, 
3, 

22, 

22 

22! 

22 

"2' 

6, 

3, 

22, 

22, 

22, 

3, 

3, 

.... 



Died .Tin. •!, '64. 
Des'd L862. 

62. 

Des'd June 13, " 

Des'd June 8, 1862 
" Aug. 23, " 

Died April 12, 



Killed in action at Mine I: 

Dis'd Nov. 28, 1862. 



at Alltk'tam Sept IT. ! 

Dis'd June 30, 1863. 

Killed at Gettysburg, Pa., Julj-.i, 

Dis'd Oct. 18, '62. 



24 Dec. 

2:; Ap'l 

23 Dec. 

20 Feb. 

18 Dec. 

28 

18 

18 

20 

35 

26 

1 25 
17 Feb. 

126 Nov, 



Jan. 



2o, 
30, 
4, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
31, 

o 
o, 

26, 

22, 



1862 
1861 
1862 
1861 



DM nf wounds ree'd at Antietam, 



Dis'd Nov. 20, "62. 

iDes'd June 12, 1862. 
\ Dis'd Feb. 2, 1S63. 



1S62 Dis'd Feb. 23, 1863. 
Des'd Jan. 4, 1862. 
" May 3, " 

Des'd Aug. 23, 1862. 
-104 men. 



1861 



212 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Record of Capt. John W.Denney's Company "A." of the ~(h Regiment West 
Virginia Volunteer Infantry, showing the changes in said company from the 
date of its organization to the 5ih of September, 1863, date of consolidation 

of the Regiment into a Battalion. 



Karnes. 



Rank. 



When m 
Into service. 



Remarks. 



Moore, Jonathan 
Williams, John B. 
Keyser, Thomas 
Swan, Charles . 
Myre, Enoch . . 
Craig, Abraham . 
Alvis, John W. . 
Anderson, Caleb L 
Bosworth, Alfred 
Bucher, John 
Burge, Eli . . 
Cooper, Josiah . 

Coffield, Thomas 

Christine, George 
Cunningham, John 
Debolt, Nicholas 
Delong, Cornelius H 
Debolt, David . 
Eddy, Eli J. . . 
Garman, William M 
Grim, Abraham . 
Gregory, James W 
Gallaher, Alfred 
Heslep, John D. 
Huffman, AVm. H. 
Hanes, Daniel . 
Haught, James . 
Hill, George A. . 
Hays, William . 
James, Noah R. . 
Jones, John N. . 
Johnson, Moses W. 
Keller, Martin . 
Keller, William . 
Lamberson, Wm. H 
Lemley, David , 
Lemly, Hiram . 
Lynch, Joseph P. 
Lynch, Francis M. 
Mires, Oliver P. 
Moore, Dromes . 
Moore, William M 
Moore, Israel 
Michael, Greenfield 



'Capt 

list Lt. 

|2d Lt, 

Mus'n, 

Priv., 

Wag'r 

iPriv. 



Aug. 7 



35 Dec. 
44 

41 
18 

42 
44| 
20 
25 
42 

18 

is 
L8 
25 
21 
23 

20 

18 

22 

18 Aug. 

L8 

44 

21 

:;s 

23 

31 

L9 

L9 

20 

24 

18 

2:. 

11 

22 

43 

L9 

18 

18 

2S 

is 

24 



i 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 

20 

20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 

H 

I 

7 
7 
J 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 



1861 



1861 



Res'd July 1862. 



1861 



Mustered out Deo. 

service. 
Disch'd for disab'y , date unknown. 

Mustered out. Ex. term of service. 

Prisoner since June 6, 1861. 

Hissing in action. Supposed to be 
I dead. 

I'liily, 1-C_'. 

(Died Feb. 25, 1862. 



Wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., Julv 3. 

1863. Disch'd Dec. 1:0, ex. terui of 

serv. 
Re-cnl'd Jan. 4, 1SG4. Killed in acfn 

May 10, IBM, a< Spottsj I 

Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 

Wounded Oct. 27, 1861, near Peters- 
burg, V:t. 

Mustered out Dec. 20, 1804. Ex. term 
of serv. 

(Died Oct. 12, 1862. 



Disch'd for disability, Dec. 9, 1862. 

<< <i Ap'l 1, 1863. 

U << Oct. 9, 1862 

Killed in notion Sept. IT, 1862, An- 
tietam, Md, 

Died, date unknown. 

Pro. to Serc't, Nov. 17, '64. Re-cnl'd 
Jan. I, 1864. 



Disch'd for disability, Dl 

Disch'd by reason of wounds ree'd at 
AnUetam, Sept. 17 L862. 

Des'd June 9, 1862. 

Disch'd Feb. 26, 1882, tor disability. 

Re-enl'd Jan. I. '64. 

Fan. I, l-oi. v. 
Cold II 1861. 

. to V. R. C. 

Dis'd tordlsabilitj Feb. 12, 1862. 

in. i. 1-01. Wounded Kaj 
10, '64, al Spottsj Ivanla C. H 
Disch'd for disability, Feb 

Disoh'd tor 
Sept 17, '62. Re-enl'd Mar, 1. Imh. 

Re-enl'd Jan. I. '64. 

i ex. term 
of serv. 

lince (Hi. i l, 1863. 

Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 

Disch'd Dee. 1 1 , i-t'. 1 . bom wounds 

Re-enl'd Jan. 1. '6 I. 

Died April 11, 1868, at Grafton, W. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
pony'%" ~ " ued - 



213 






Bank. 



When m 
into 






iel, < !uri 
Mentz, Willii 

b . 
bur 
telius 

Postl 

rmer B. 

Parka, Eli . . . 

Spencer. I 

Sills, Nathan 

art, David . 

Sutton, Benjamin 

Shriver, Marion . 

Shanks, James N. 

Steed, William J. 

Villiers, Leander 

White, Basil . . 

White. William . 

Wat kms. Wilford 

Watson, David . 

Watson, John 

Workman, Remus A. 

Willison, Samuel T 

Wade, Joseph . 
Young, James B. 
Goodwin, John R. 
Hardin, Gray- 
Phillips, Robert . 
Shriver, Benjamin L 
Martin, Robert B. 
Johnson, Abner M 

Hanes, Theodore W T 
Christain, John A 
Fry. Joshua T. . 
Meridith, William N 
Martin, Reuben A 
Nicholas, Silas H. 
Cunningham, Win. J 
Beagle, William A 
Carroll, Jacob . 
White, Isaac . . 
Baker, James E. 
Cox, James W. . 
Good, George 
Good, David, . . 
Good, Samuel 

27 



l'riv. 



66 

20 
24 
23 
24 
20 
27 
•II 
22 
27 
22 
L8 

1- 
L8 
1- 
33 

L8 

43 
2] 

29 

42 
43 
20 
20 
18 
23 
23 
23 

21 

••52 

21 
22 

23 
22 

14 
44 

1- 
21 
29 
26 



7, 1861 



\..n 



7, 

20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 

20, 
20, 

20, 

20, 
20, 
20, 

2d, 

20. 
20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 

20, 

20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 

20, 
20, 
20, 



K.' enl'dJ 

. joined b 



Be-enl'd J 

hi of serv. 

II M:ir I 

( < i( Di'.:. 30, 1862. 

Never joined tl 

in. 4. ■«. Killed June 3, 

Trans, to V. R. C. 

Pro. to 2d Lt. of colored troops. 

Mu9tered< . .. term of 

(Pounded June 3. 1864. 
Discharged for disability 1862. 

(i (( Oct. 18, 1863. 

Must, out !>•>••. 20, 1864. i 

Re-enl'd Jan. ■!. 

Supposed to he dead. 

Never joined the Co. 

Discb'd for disability, Fo ■ 

Kille.l iu nclionOct. 27. 
u-ar Pctersbur.,- 



ii Sept n 

red out by consol- 

I l.t. Killed 
a at Spott.-vhania, May 12 

I. Transferred to 

-?'t. Killed in action at 
Gettysburg. Pa.. July 3, 

Deserted July, 1863. 

Mustered out Dec. 20, 1864. Kxp. of 

; ex. term 

Killed In action at Anlietam, Sept. 
it. 1862. 

Mustered out by consol- 
idation. 
Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. Pro. Serg't in 

Ntl.t.. Nov. .1. 1864. 
Discb'd for disability, J"'. 



u 



July — , 186'.'. 



Never joined his Co. 



214 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "A"," Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 


IUnk. 


< 


When miwt 
into Ben ice. 


Remarks. 


Lewis, John . 


Priv. 


18 


Nov. 20, 1861 Never joined his Co. 


Lynch, Benjamin F. 


<( 


21 


-0. " 


Pris., May 6, 1864. 


Mathews, David 


i< 


22 


20, " 


Never joined his Co. 


Rice, Isaac J. 


" 


20 


20, " 




Williams, Sylvester 




.10: 20, " 




Aggregate, 






95 men. 





Return of Capt. Marcus Fetty's Company "A," Seventh Regiment West Vir- 
ginia f'olunteer Infantry, stationed at Camp near Petersburg, Va., showing 
the condition of said Company on the ltd day of December, 1864. together 
with a complete record of the changes that have taken place since the consol- 
idation of the Regiment, Sept- 5. 1863. 

(Signed) Samuei, Battix, 1st Lieut. Commanding Company. 



Names. 


Rank. 


5 

< 


When in nstered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Fetty, Marcus . . 


Capt., 


43 


Dec. 


16, 


1861 _ 




Conner, George A. . 


|2d Lt., 22 


Feb. 


22 


" 




Lee, C. C 


1 1st S. 


Jan. 


i 


" Veteran. 




Meighen, Wm. H. . 


Serg''t. 22 


Feb. 


17, 






Jenkins, John J. 


(c 


23 


Jan. 


4, 


" 




Cobun, Calvin . . 


it 


20 




4, 


• 




Merrifield, Fred A. 


(i 


26 




4, 


11 Vet. Taken prisoner at Reams 
tion, Va., Aug. 25, 1864., 


Sta- 


Forman, Wm. D. 


Corp'l, 


2:1 




4, 




Veteran. 




Whitehill, Zadoc . 


t< 


21 




4, 


" 


" 




Martin, Jacob T. . 


ii 


21 




4, 




" 




Gibbons, David . . 


'c 


21 




4, 




ii 




Conner, Samuel N. . 


" 


21 




4, 


" 




Swiger, Elmus . . 


u 


18 


Mar. 


15, 


II ii 




Casteel, Solomon . 


ii 


22 


Feb. 


17, 


u u 




Corothers, Wm. E. . 


" 


25 


Jan. 


4, 


ii Vet. Taken prisoner at Reams 
lion, Va., Aug. 25, 1864. 


sia 


Corgman, John H. . 


Priv. 


25 




4, 


" Veteran. 




Blaney, Lawrence . 


ii 


20 


Oct. 


1, 


1862 


_ _ 


_ 


Bond, Henry C. . . 


" 


18 


Mar. 


31, 


1861 


_ _ 


_ 


Colvert, Solomon 


i< 


2: J 


Jan. 


16, 


1864 


Veteran. 




Criss, Swazy T. . . 


" 


19 


Mar. 


15, 




_ _ 




Danley, Silas . . 


" 


18 




15, 




_ _ 


_ 


Danley, Alpheus . 


ii 


19 




15, 




_ _ 


_ 


Engle, Henry E. . 


" 


21 


Jan. 


4, 




Veteran. 




Everley, George H. 




21 




4, 




a 




Elliott, John J. . . 


<t 


21 


Mar. 


1, 




_ _ 


_ 


Gooden, Leonard . 


a 


21 


Feb. 


4, 




Veteran. 




Gould, Doctor . . 


ii 


20 


Sept, 


14, 


1861 


Taken prisoner at Reams' Station, 
Va., Aug. 25, 18U4. 


Gallentine, William 


ii 


19 


Feb. 


23, 


1864 


_ _ 


_ 


Gallentine, Thos. S. 


ii 


J6 




23, 


ii 


_ 


- 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company ".I." Seventh Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



215 









' 






Gallentine, Jc 
Garner, Simon II. 
Glover, Vincen: A 
Grand staff", John K 
Gregg, Samuel C. 
Gregg, William . 
Gilbert, Jesse . 
Gump, Philip 

bam, William 
Hardesty, John . 
Huffman, Asa . 
Huffman, George 
Hall, Samuel . . 
Herington, John 
Haught, Archelius J 
Jackson, Thos. B. 
Johnson, Jair W. 
King, Alexander 

g, William P. 
Knkpatrick, T. B. 
King, George D. 
Keans, Endsley H 
Knight, Pierson 
Loar, John H. 
Loum, Daniel 
Mclntyre, Geo. L. 
McClure, George W 
Powell, Reuben . 
Ramer, Jacob F. 
Rush, Jacob . . 
Rice, Joshua . 
Robinson, James C. 
Robinson, Henry E 
Rider, John W. . 
Rater, Rubert . 
Sis, Abner . 
Svpolt, Jacob 
Sparks, John F. 
Shrieve, William J. 
Sweeney, Alex. C. 
Stuckey, Martin L. 
Stewart, John . 
Stewart, Alex. J. 
Sidwell, Andrew 
Sirams, John . . 
Sarver, John . . 
Sutton, Benjamin 



Priv. 



Feb. 19, 1864 
Mar. 21, '• 
21, " 



L9 
Lfi 
L9 
38 

L9 

1- 
21 

21 
23 
L8 

18 
L8 
L8 
18 
1> 
2] 
18 
78 
23 
22 

L8 
20 

is 
21 

19 



Ma 



Jan. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Jan. 

Mar. 

Feb. 
Jan. 
Mar. 

Feb. 
Mar. 
Feb. 



.viar. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Sept, 
Jan. 



Mar. 
Jan. 



Mar 

Feb. 

Mar. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Feb. 



21, 
29, 

22, 

I. 
15, 

4, 
19, 

21, 

18, 

5, 

L5, 

4, 
29, 
15, 
18, 
23, 
24, 
22, 

15', 
19, 
4, 
4, 
20, 
24, 

18, 

22, 

4, 

4, 

4, 

15, 

20, 

21, 

18, 

28, 

18, 

18, 

19, 



1864 



1862 
1864 



1861 
1864 



Vete 



Veteran. 

Vet. Taken prisoner at Wilderness, 



Wounded at Reams' Station, Vs., 
Aug. -io, 186*. Prisoner. 



Prisoner at Reams' Station, Va., 
Aug. 25. 1861. 

Veteran. 

Vet. Taken prisoner at Wil ernesi, 
Va., May 6, 18 J* 



Veteran. 



Vet Taken prisoner at Wilderness, 
May ti, 18tf*. 



216 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "A" Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. M 

< 



Wll'Il M 

into Bei 



Remarks. 



Taylor, Richard . 
Taylor, William B. 
Williams, Lewis 
Wilson, Silas . . 
Wilson, John E. . 
Wilson, David M. 
Thomas, Jacob . 

Discharged. 
Fordyce, John . 
Murdock, James E 
Metheny, Hosea 
Cole, Thomas 
Dye, Jefferson 
Gibbons, William 
Gidley, Win. H. . 
Sisler, Samuel A. 
Adams, William 
Brown, Norval . 
Bosworth, William 
Bayless, Jonah . 
Bricker, William 
Burris, James D. 
Cummans, Abraham 
Connelly, John . 
Everley, Adam . 
Everley, John L. 
Edyburn, William 
Fogg, William . 
Feathers, J. H. II. 
Gregg, Daniel . 
Gregg, Samuel . 
Geho, William G. 
Gutherie, Noah . 
Huffman, Thos. J. 
Herrington, Benj, . 
Hardesty, William 
Hartman, W T m. H. 
Harsh, George H. 
Jackson, John 
Jones, George 
Jenkins, Wm. M 
Lightner, John 
Main, Simon . 
Martin, J. J. . 
McKinney, Samuel 
Morgan, Rufus J. 
Moodey, Edward 
Phillips, R. W. . 



Priv. 



Capt. 
1st Lt 
Corp'l, 



Priv 



L8 

19 
18 

18 
23 

22 
22 
23 

20 

20 
22 
28 

22 

28 

21 

25 

19 

20 

23 

25 

40 

_'] 

24 

24 

20 

20 

23 

21 

23 

L9 

18 

25 

20 

18 

29 

■2\ 

28 

21 

20 

20 
IS 

.;s 
19 
II 
19 



Feb. 28, 1864 

Mar. 15, 1864 
28, " 

Mar. 15, 1864 
Jan. 4, " 

Sept. 12, 1861 



Jan. 4, 
July 3, 
Sept. 21, 

18, 



July 

Nov. 
July 



1864 
1861 



19, 

4, 
3, 

1, 

3, 

o 
o, 



Sept. 11, 

21, 

Oct. 6, 

July 4, 

4, 

4, 

Sept. 7, 

July 4, 

Sept. 11, 

11, 

19, 

14, 

Aug. 15, 

July 3, 

Sept. 23, 

July 4, 

Aug. 1, 

19, 

23, 

July 4, 

Sept. 14, 

9, 

July 4, 

Aug. 4, 

July 3, 

3, 

Oct. 7, ■ 



Veteran. 



Mustered out, ex. term of service, 
Nov. 26, 1864. 

Mustered out, Nov. 24, 1864. Ex. term 
of service. 

Vet. Mustered out by reason of pro- 
motion 

Term of service expired, Aug. 10, '64. 

Sept. 10, 1863, at Washington, D. C. 
Term of serv. expired, Sept. 20, 1864 



Aug. 10, 1864. 



Sept. 20, 1864. 
Aug. 10, 1864. 

Sept. 20, 1864. 

Oct. 2,1864. 

Oct. 18, 1864. 
Aug. 10, 1864. 



ii Sept. 20, 1864. 
u Aug. 10, 1864. 
ii Sept. 10 1864. 



<< ii Aug. 10, 1864. 

(. ii Oct. 2, 1864, 

ii u Aug. 10, 1864. 

Term of serv. expired, Aug. 10, 1864. 

Left arm amputated. 
Term or serv. expired, Sept.'20, 1864. 

Wounded; left arm amputated. 
Term of serv. expired, Sep. 20, 1864. 

ii <i Aug. 10, 1864. 

ii ii Sept. 20, 1864. 



1 1 Aug. 10, 18G4. 

(i Sept. 20,1864. 

ii Aug. 10, 1864. 

u ii 

il Oct. 9, 1801. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "A" Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



21' 






Rank. 



win ii mustered 
iuto Bpr\ ice. 



Phillips, David . 
Pethel, Morris . 
Ponge, John T. . 
Ramer, Benjamin 
Reckhart, A. A. 
Reckhart, H. L. 
Robison, M. E. . 
Shaffer, J. F. . . 
Lawrence, Victor 
Kendall, Sanford 
Casteel, John H. 
Emerson, Thomas V 
Hostettler, Jas. C. 

Kendall, George W 
McClelland, L. H. 
Starkey, Nathan 
Shaw, Leroy . . 
Taylor, H. W. . 
Taylor, Francis . 
Wears, Robert . 

Riley, Robert . 

Transferred, 
Felton, John C. 
Liston, Henson . 
Martin, Jonathan H 

Died, 
Ravenscraft. J. F. . 
Patten, David F. . 
Metheny, John . 
Martin, Joseph D. . 
Elsy, Nicholas H. . 
Bucklew, C. C. . . 

Cupp, Jefferson . . 
Campbell, Jonathan 
Herrington, James . 

Jenkins, Wm. A. 
Moore, George P. . 
Stemple, Arch'd J. . 
Wilhelm, Jacob . 
Wilhelm, Henry 

Deserted, 
Swisher, Daniel . . 

Aggregate, 



1'riv. 



July 



22 

Mi) 

;,n 
28 

lit 

19 
II 
18 
18 
31 I 
22 



Serg't, 
Priv. 



ilstLt., 
|2d Lt. 



1861 



Aug. 
July 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Oct. 
Aug. 

Sept. 



Jan. 
Feb. 



25, 

18, 
30, 
23, 

I. 

I. 

3, 
18, 

3, 
30, 

4, 

3, 
19, 

30, 
17, 

IT 
i , 

1, 

9, 

25, 

24, 



4, 1864 
4, 1861 

4, " 



Remarks. 



1863 
1861 



23 July 

21 Jan. 
jCorp'l, 23 July 

-1 Jan. 
'riv. 17] Aug. 
21 1 Jan. 

20 Dec. 
27 Feb. 
31 



Dec. 
Nov. 
Jan. 



19 July 
19 



16, 

4, 
4, 
4, 
5, 
4, 

19, 
19, 

4, 

19, 

15, 

4, 

4, 

4, 

4, 



1864 
1861 
1864 
1861 

186-1 



<< 

<( (JO 

<. 

" lg. 10, 1864. 



Deo. 18, 1364, 'Washington, D. C. 
Sept. 30, 1864, Baltimore, M J. 

Oct. 27, 1 - 

Vet. Disci i Wound- 

I Harbor, Jane I -■ < 
Arm amputated. 
Deo. 18, 1864, at Washington, D. C. 

Feb. 6, 1864. 

Date not known. 
i< (i 

Dec. 9, 1864, at Washington, D. C. 

Aug. 18, 1864, 

Deo. 29, 1883. Wounded atFreder- 
Dec. 31, 1862. Eight arm 
ampntai 
N.i . 17. 1864, at Washington, D. C. 



To Xon. Com. Staff, Nov. 6, 1864. 
To V. R. C, March 21, 1864. 
(i <i Not. 2 

April 18, 1864, a'. Wheeling, W. Va. 

Vet. Killed at Cold Harbor, June 3, 

Killed May 6, 1854, Wilderness, Va. 

Vet. Killed June 3, 1864, at Cold 

Harbor. 
Nov. 18, 1863, at Washington, D. C. 

Vet. Taken prisoner at Reams' Sta- 
tiou. Aug. 25, 1864. Died at An- 
napolis, Md.. Oct. 25, 1864. 

Killed June 3, 1864, at Cold Harbor, 

Va. 



1863 

1864 Oct. 21, 1864 



1863 
1861 
1864 

isoi 



Vet. Wounded at Deep Bottom, July 

28, 1864. Died of wounds received, 

July 80, 1864, at Citv Point. 
Wounded I Died of 

wounds, Nov. 5, 1864. 

urlough. Said to have died 

at home. 
Wounded at Cold Harbor, June 6, 

1864. Died June 25 1884, Vet. 
Wounded Oct. 27, 1863. Died Nov. 12, 

L863 
Killed May 29, 1864, at North Anna 

Rivei 

July 3, 1863 ,at Gettysburg, Pa. 

162 men. 



218 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Samuel Krans' Company "£," Seventh Regiment West 

I 'In i in in I otunteer Infantry, stationed at Camp near Petersburg, Va. , shoic- 

ing the condition of said company on the 'Zbth day of December, 1864, 

together xcith a complete record of the changes that have taken place since the 

consolidation of the Regiment, Sept. 5, 1863. 

(Signed,) F. W. H. Baldwin, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Karnes. 


Batik. 


< 


When mustered 
into a 


Kemarks. 


Charlton, John R. . 


1st Lt. 


20 


Nov. 5, 1861 


Pro. 2d Lt. Oct. 3, 1834. 1st Lt. , Nov. 
3, 1864. 


May, Jesse ■ . . 


Serg't, 


23 


22, " 


_ _ _ 


Baldwin, Francis . 


" 


20 


Aug. 7| " 


Pro. 2d Lt. July 19, 1864. IstLt, Oct. 
3, 1864. Capt., Nov. 3, 1864. 


Widdows, George W 


it 


22 


July 3, " 


In hospital. 


Barnett, Jesse L. 


Corp'l, 


32 Aug. 7, " 


Pro. 1st Serg't, Oct. 4, 'G4. Wound- 
ed. 


Walton, Hiram . . 


ti 


27 


7, " 


Wounded ; in Hosp. 


May, Philip . . . 


i. 


23 Nov. 22, " 


Sick in Hospital. 


Vanmeter, George S. 


(i 


17 Feb. 2G, 1862 


_ _ _ 


Smith, George W. . 


K 


19 


Nov. 18, 1861 


_ _ _ 


Stonestreet, Martin . 


(i 


18 


Dec. 30, " 


Sick in Hospital. 


Cullison.Wni.H. . 


u 


18 


July 31, " 


ii ii 


Evans, Benjamin . 


Lance Corpl 


L8 


Dec. 30, " 


Pro. to Serg't, Oct. 7, 186*. 


Lemon, George L. . 


if 


26 


Nov. 22, " 


_ _ _ 


Miller, Samuel . . 


(i 


39 


Aug. 7, " 


In Hospital. 


Tarr, Brice H. . . 


" 


181 7, " 


Pro. to Serg't, Oct. 7, 1864. 


Mallow, Daniel . 


it 


35|Nov. 22, " 


Wounded ; in Hosp. 


Blackburn, Cornelius 


Priv. 


24 


22, " 


_ _ — 


Bucklew, Jesse M. . 


K 


19 


22, " 


In Hospital. 


Chambers, James A. 


i< 


20 Aug. 7, " 


ii ii 


Crow, Andrew J. 


u 


19 7, 


_ 


Crow, George W. . 


" 


18 


7, " 


_ 


Clark, Asa B. . . 


if 


18 


7, " 


_ _ — 


Coe, John .... 


tf 


43 


7, " 


_ _ _ 


Clouston, James 


ii 


20 


7, " 


_ 


Cooper, Samuel H. . 


a 


18 


7, " 


_ 


Cumberlidge, Geo. F. 


it 


32 


Nov. 5, " 


_ _ - 


Delany, Jonathan . 


" 


19 Aug. 7, 




Dettenbum, Aug'ts . 


tt 


18|Nov. 22, " 


Wounded ; in Hosp. 


Fullerton, W. R. C. 


" 


18 Aug. 7, " 




Grandstatf, Wm. H. 


tt 


18 ; 7, " 


— _ _ 


Gray, Elias W. . . 


a 


22 7, " 


Missing in action, May 6, 1864, Wil- 
derness. 


Good, Thomas . 


" 


23! l\ " 


Wounded ; in Hosp. 


Good, David . . . 


" 


39 July 1, 1862 


In Hospital. 


Hunt, David . . . 


a 


39 Aug. 7,1861 


_ _ - 


Harper, James D. . 


ii 


21 Nov. 22, " 


Absent, sick. 


Harper, John . . 


ii 


20 ! Dec. 30, " 


_ _ _ 


Harbison, Irwin F. 


ff 


18Nov. 5, " 


Wounded; in Hosp. 


Jones, Moses . . 


a 


32 Dec. 30, " 


_ - - 


Kuhn, William . . 


a 


22 Aug. 7, " 


Absent, sick. 


Kiser, Abraham 


ii 


38!Dec. 30, " 


— _ __ 


McGary, John . . 


a 


27 Aug. 7, " 


_ _ _ 


Myers, Martin S. . 


ii 


18; 7, " 


_ _ _ 


Masters, Jesse . . 


ii 


24 


7, " 


„ 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "7i," Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



219 



When n 



Remarks. 



Morel, Amos . . 
Powers, Isaac L. 
Roberts, James M 
Redman, Isaac W. 
Smith, Benjamin F 
Sayer, William W 
Sanders, John . 
Tarr, Nathaniel P. 
Turner, John S. . 

tzel, JohnT. 

IJourl, Thomas 
Clark, Thomas . 
Clark, William H. 
Burgess, Chris. C. 
Ashby, William . 
Biddle, Charles W 
Chambers, James A 
Chambers, Morrison 
Dovvler, William 
Evans, Joel S. . 
Kuhn, Lewis . 
Kittle, William . 
Lightner, Andrew J 
Myers, Emory P. 
Nuss, Jacob . 
Ryan, Richard . 
Rush, George M. 
Riffle, Henry . 
Stutler, Arthur . 
Right, William . 
Whitlatch, Jacob 

Discharged, 
Kraus, Samuel . . 
Duff ; Parker . . . 
Breech, Simeon . . 
Doggett, Erastus P. 
Stewart, William J. 
Swan, Charles M. . 
Lewallen, Colman . 
Ball, Lafayette W. 
Carpenter, Oliver . 
Davis, George W. . 
Exline, David . . 
Fry, James . . . 
Gwinn, George W. . 
Jackson, William . 
Kesner, Penelton . 



Priv. 



Mus'n, 



Capt. 
1st Lt. 
jCorp'l. 

Lance Corpl 



Mus'n, 
Priv. 



Ml 

27 
is 
35 
23 
34 
V.i 
11 
29 
18 
1-1 
22 
L9 
L8 
:> 
18 
22 
40 
18 
21 
17 
19 

19 
27 
L9 
L9 
37 
L8 
L8 
L8 

28 
22 
20 
1 8 
18 
21 
35 
2] 
30 

30 

25 
43 
23 



Xov. 22, 1861 



Aug. 

Oct. 
Aug. 



Xov. 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Aug. 

Nov. 
Mar. 

Feb. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Mar. 



Feb. 



Mar. 
Feb. 



Sept. 
ApT 
Nov. 

Aug. 
Dec. 
Sept. 

Nov. 

Aug. 
Xov. 
Oct. 

Xov. 
Aug. 
Nov. 



22, 
7, 

7, 

14, 

7, 

7, 

7, 

22, 

7, 

5, 

7, 

7, 

22, 

24, 

24, 

20, 

3, 

26, 

11, 

31, 

31, 

21, 

26, 

22, 

22, 

26,' 

15, 

15, 

23, 

22, 

22, 

12, 

18, 

5, 

7. 

20, 

21, 

5, 

5, 

7, 

5, 

4, 

5, 

I 



Wounded; in Hosp. 

Absent, sick, 
it <( 

Wounded; in Hosp. 
Wounded; Gen. Hosp 



1864 



1862 
1861 



Wounded; in Hosp. 
Absent, sick. 



Sick in Hospital. 



Absent, sick. In Hospital. 



Term of scrv. expired, O ■ 

Res'd Sept. 4, 1864. 

Term of serv. expired, Xov. 17, 1861 



For dis., Jan. 15, '64. 

Must, out, Dec. 21, 18&4. 

(( Sept. 22, II 
Term of serv. expired. Xov. 11, 1864. 

II I! II 1! 

it ( t Aug. 7, ( < 

II <i Xov. 14, i; 

ci (I Sept. 23, u 

ii II Xov. 14, II 

For dis., Feb. 19, '64. 

Term of serv. expired, Xov, 21, u 



220 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "J3," Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



N ■ i : 1 1 ■ ■ - . 



Kesner, Van Buren 
Lappin, Wellington 
Matneny, Elias . 
Mongold, Henry 
May, John W. . 
Nicholson, Newton 
Rittenhour, M. V. 
Snyder, Joseph . 
Sites, Jacob . . 
Stevens, John W. 
Whipkey, Freeman 
Daugherty, Charles 
Copen, George W. 

Died, 
Johnson, Abner M 
Fry, Abraham . 
Ashby, James 
Altop, George W. 
Cornell, Jerome . 
Hendershot, A. H. 
Hoover, Harvey 
Moore, George W. 
Masters, Mathew 
Rush, James . 
Veth, John C. . 
May, Israel . . 
Stonebraker, H. 
Transferred, 
Bryan, Clemuel . 
Stewart, Thomas 
Snyder, John W. 

Deserted, 
Hedricks, Geo. W 
Shell, Job W. . 
Aggregate. 



W hen nuistiTi il 

into Bern: 



Remarks. 



Priv. 


IS 


11 


l 1 :; 


" 


18 


" 


L8 


<< 


24 


a 


22 


<( 


21 


" 


28 


u 


30 


u 


18 


(I 


18 


" 


:;s 


tl 


20 



pJ vr OO 1 QfU Termor serv. expired, Nov. 21, 1864. 

Ap'l 25,' 1862 For dis., May 3, '64. 

AllJ? 7 1 S61 Term of serv - ex P ireil > Au 8- "• 1864. 

Nov. 22,' 
22, 
5, 
22, 

Aug. 7, 
Nov. 22, 
5, 
Aug. 7, 



1 2d Lt-, 20 
jSerg't, 97 



Priv. 



Lance Corpl 



Priv. 



18 
21 
18 
23 
21 
21 
27 
20 
36 
31 
22 

43 
32 
2] 

J18 

21 



Mar. 
Aug. 

Nov. 
Dec. 
Aug. 



Nov. 

Aug. 
Dec. 

Nov 



1, 

7, 

7, 

7, 

22, 

30, 

26, 

7, 

7, 
17 
', 

22, 
22, 

22, 



1863 
1861 



30, " 

30, " 
22, " 



Nov. 21, 

<( 14, 

II 21, 

Aug. 7, 

Nov. 21, 



Aug. 7, 

For dis., Nov. 12, '63. 
Dec. 1863. 

Killed in action, May 12, 1864. 

.<( <i Aug. 25, (( 

Oct. 19, 1864, of disease. 

Of wounds reed at Locust Grove, 
Jan. 23, 1864. 

Of wounds, June3,'64 

Killed in action, June 3, 1864. 
Of wounds, May 10, 1864. 
Of disease, Mar. 2, 1864. 
Killed in action, May 12, 1864. 

(( (1 6, (( 

Of wounds, July 6, 1864. 
Of disease, Nov. 7, 1863. 
Killed in action, Nov. 27, 1864. 

To V. R. C. 

To V. B. f\, April i. L864 

March 19, 1864. 
120 men. 



A I MUTANT GENEKAL'S REPORT. 



22] 



Retur of Captain JohnC. Way's Company "<'." Seventh Regiment 
Virginia Volunteer Infantry, stationed near Petersburg, Pa., showing the 
condition of said Company on the26th day of December, L864, together with 
a complete record of the changes that have taken place since the consolidation 
of the Regiment, Sept. 5, L863. 

(Sign John C. Way, Captain commanding Company. 



Names. k. & 



\\ ben mustered 
i \ Ice. 



Etemai kg. 



1st Lt. 
2d Lt., 
1st Ser 
Serg't, 



Way, John 0. . 

Bea/.le, William A. 
Henderson, Robert 
Reppard, Henry 
Hopkins. Mark . 
Ireland, Nathan 
Bayles, Charles I . . 
Estep, John D. . . 
Johnson, Moses \V. 
Jones, John N. . 
Fisher, Bernard \Y. 
Alvis, John W. . . 
Ankram, Salathiel G. 
Lynch, Joseph P. . I 
Schofield, John . . " 
Moore, Theophilns . , " 
Adams, Joseph . . Priv. 
Batton, Hezekiah S. 
Buck, George W. . 
Bee, William . . . 

Boyce, George . . 
Brennen, James B. . 
Cox, David S. . . 
Cox, James W. . . 
( 'unningham, John E 
Christen, George L. 
Cunningham, John . 
Davidson, Edgar . 
DarfF, Christopher . 
Estep, Thaddeus S. 
Harden, Fray . . 
Hendershot, S. T. . 
Hill. George AV. . . 
Lamberson, Wm. H. 
Lynch, Francis M. . 
Lemley, John M. . 
Lemley, Hiram . . 
Myers, Oliver P. . 
Moore, Isaac . . . 
Mole, Daniel . . . 
Moore, Diverans 
Myer, Jacob . . . 
Moore, Israel . . Corp'l, 

28 



23 Aug. 

24 Oct. 
36 Aug. 
23 
34 
22 



I Qftl '' ■•■■ " ' 
LOOJ 

(< Pro. to ill' v<'. ■ I8W 



L86J 



20! Dec. 
Corp'l. 22 
2] 



»OV. IT. 1864 

T, 1864. 
(( II .. NOT. 

L861 ■■ 



Sept 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Ap'l 
2] Sept. 

21 Aug. 
33 Sept. 

26 Aug. 
20 Sept. 

36 Aug. 
L8 Mar. 
20 Aug. 
21 
20 

20 Dec. 
18 Feb. 
30 Sept. 
L8 Mar. 

22 Aug. 

21 Mar. 

22 Sept. 

20 Aug. 

27 Dec. 

21 Mar. 

20 Ap'l 
22 

21 Dec. 
40 Aug. 
22Sep1 

I 

22 Aug. 
21 ! Dec. 



L6, 

7, 
7, 

— 

i , 

7, 

7, 
30, 
30, 
30, 

2, 
21 1. 

7. 
20, 

6, 

2, 1861 



is*; | 






2, 

7, 

29, 

7, 

7, 

7. 

20, 

18, 

21, 

7, 

1, 
2 

H 
>, 

20, 
1, 
6, 
6, 

20, 

7, 
2 

20, 

7, 

20, 



1864 
1861 



I!''.. nl .1 .1 hi. I. I 

Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 

Re-enl'd Jaa. i, 1864. Pris. Bine* 

1864. 
Ete-eoJ d Jan. I. 1884. Hissing in ac- 
87, 1864. Sup] 

;Re-enl'd Jan. I. 64. 
Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 



in. I. 1864. Wounded Ocl 



L864 _ 

1861 Re-enl'd Jan. 1. '64 

- 
1861 
L862 
1861 



Prisoner since June 3, 1864. 



1862 
1864 

1861 



1864 



n. I. )"■>■ Prisonersince 
\li>. .',. 1864. 
R nl .1 Jan. I, 1864. Wounded in 

Re-enl'i! .1 m. 1. '64, 



Prisoner 1864. 

ii u Oct. n, 1863. 

Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 



Re-enl'd Jan. I, 'Cl. Wounded Mr. 
IS, 1864, 



222 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "C," Seventh, Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Nam*'*. 



Rank, no 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Myers, Thomas P. . 
Martin, Anthony D. 
Moore, Lindsey . 
Michael, James . . 
Nicholson, James P. 
Nicholson, Shadrack 
Phillips, Robert E. 
Shanks, James M. 
Sutton, Isaac N. 
Stone, Cornelius N 
Smith, James P. 
Sine, George W. 
Wilkison, William 
Weekly, George W 
Weekly, Elmore W 
Workman, Remus A 
Wells, Israel . . 
Weekly. Isaac . 
Wright, Newton 
Weekly, William 
Weekly, Francis 
Weekly, John . 
Kerris, Felix 
Van Camp, Jas. F. 
Winnans, Enos . 

Discharged, 
Cunningham, W. H 
Williamson, Wm. H 
Meridith, Wm. N. 
Lewis, John L. . 
Jarvis, George H. 
Creig, Abraham 
Cooper, Jonah 
Debolt, Nicholas 
Edwards, Palmer S 
Gates, Solomon . 
Keller, Charles . 
March, William C. 
McCord, Arthur 
Martin, Reuben A. 
Ruble, Jarred E. 
Simpkins, Wm. H. 
Wal kins, William K. 
White, William . 
Watson, John . 
Spencer, Henry L 
Fish, Henry T. . 
Stewart, Peter . 



Priv. 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



2d Lt 
^rg't, 

Corp'l, 



Wag'r 
Priv. 



,8 


Mar. 24, 1864 


L9 


31, " 


is 


15, " 


is 
21 


Ap'l 6, " 
Sept. 2, 1861 
2 " 


20 


Mar. 1,' 1862 


20 


Dec. 20, 1861 


23 


Aug. 7, " 


22 


Sept. 2, " 


23 


Mar, 15, 1864 


18 


11, " 


20 


Sept. 2, 1861 


23 


Aug. 7, " 


25 


7, " 


20 


Dec. 20, " 


21 


Aug. 7, " 


37 


Mar. 24, 1864 


is 


15, " 


28 


11, " 


18 


Feb. 23, " 


18 
26 


Ap'l 6, " 
Mar. 3, " 


18 


3, " 


25 


Sept. 2, " 


23 


Aug. 7, 1861 


22 


7, ' 




23 


Dec. 20, ' 




21 


16, ' 




22 
43 


Sept. 2, ' 
Dec. 20, ' 




40 


20, ' 




23 


20, ' 




21 


Aug. 7, ' 




22 
27 


Sept. 2, ' 
Oct. 16, ' 




24 
24 


Sept. 2, ' 
Dec. 20, ' 




22 


20, ' 




23 

20 


Sept. 2, ' 




22 


Aug. 7, ' 




21 


Dec. 20, < 




23 


20, ' 




24 


20, < 




23 


Aug. 7, ' 




21 


7, ' 





Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 



Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. Prisoner since 

May 6. '64. 
Wounded May 6, '64, Wilderness. 



Wounded at Cold Harbor, June 3, '64. 



Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. 



Wounded May 12, 1864. 



Wounded May 10, '64. Wilderness. 
i i June 3, 1864, Cold Harbor. 
. . May '64, North Anna river 



Prisoner, May 6. 1864. 

Term of serv. exp'd, Nov. 1864. Pro. 

1st Lt., Nov. 1863. 

IV. ,,, oi erv, exp'd, Aug. T, 1S64. 

II it Dec. 20, " 

On account of wounds, Nov. " 

Term of serv. expired, Sept. 2, " 

Dec. 20, " 



Aug. 7, 
Sept. 2, 
Oct. 16, 
Sept. 
Dec. 20, 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "C," Seventh Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



223 



S mi 9. 


Kank. 


< 


When mastered 
in!" Ben Ice. 


II. nmrks. 


Baker, George M. . 


Priv. 


22 


Aug. 


7, 1861 


Term of serv.'cxp'd, Aug. 7, 1864. 


Butler, Henry . . 


it 


23 




7, " 


a u II ii 


Tippens, Albiue 


" 


26 




7. " 


ii ii ii ii 


Killer, David . . 


K 


21 




7, " 


u ii ii ii 


Henderson, David . 


ii 


24 




7, " 


II ii ii ii 


Van Camp, M. . . 


" 


22 




7, " 


ii ii ii ii 


Pitts, Ezekiel . . 


K 


21 




7, " 


ii ii u u 


Adams, Thomas D. . 


" 


2s 




7, " 


ii ii ii ii 


Barr, James W. . . 


ii 


20 




7, " 


u ii u u 


Died, 












Denny, John W. 
Henthorn, Eli C. . 


Capt. 
1st Lt. 




_ 


_ 


Oct. 14, 1863. 


26 


Sept. 


2, 1861 


Killed in action, Oct. 27, 1864. 


Goodwin, John R. . 


Serg't, 
Priv. 


21 


Mar. 


1, " 


ii u ii 


Anderson, Caleb L. 


35 


Dec. 


20, " 


Missing in 1862. Supposed to be dead. 


Bennett, Edward . 


ii 


21 


Sept. 


2, " 


ii ii ii 


Pipes, Kenner B. . 
Coffield, Thomas . 


ii 


2S 


Dec. 


20, " 


Re-enl'd Jan. 4. lit. Killed inaction 

■ i-a. 


ii 


20 




20, " 


Killed in action, May 10, 1864. 


Steed, William J. . 


a 


20 




20, " 


II 11 Jul: 


Ice, Daniel . . . 


a 


25 


Aug. 


7, " 


Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. Killed in action, 
June 2 1 


Metz, Henry . . . 
Myer, Robert R. . 


a 


23 




7, " 


Be enl'd Jan. 4, '64. Killed in action, 

l 


ii 


21 




7, " 


Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. Killed in action, 
June 3, 1854. 


Burton, Jasper W. . 


tt 


23 




2, " 


Killed in action, May 10, 1864. 


Mercer, Jacob . 


" 


26 


Dec. 


20, " 


ii ii Oct. '04. 


Transferred- 
White, Bazel. . . 












,Corp'l, 
| Mus'n, 


26 


Dec. 


20, " 


Pro. 2d Lt. Trans, to Col. Reg. 


Barker, William 


40 


Aug. 


7, 1864 


To Non. Com. Staff, Aug. 4, 1864. 


Hanes, Theodore W 


Priv. 


21 


Dec. 


20, 1861 


To V. R. C, Dec. 1, 1863. 


Buck, Ezekiel . . 


ii 


2m 


Aug. 


7, " 




Shepherd, John . . 


( i 


21 




7, " 


To Hon. Com. Staff, Not. '64. 


Deserted, 












Ankram, Aaron . . 


it 


25 




7, " 


Re-enl'd Jan. 4, '64. Deserted April 1 

.a. 


Fry, Joshua T. . . 
O'Callahan, Alex. . 


a 


30 


Dec. 


20, " 


July, 1863. 


ii 


21 


|Aug 


7, " 


Sentenced to serve two years hard la- 
bur in prison for desertion, Oct '64. 








120 men. 





Return of Captain Isaac B. Fisher's Company "D," 1th Regiment West Vir- 
ginia Volunteer Infantry, stationed near Petersburg, Va., showing the con- 
dition of said company on the 2Zdday of December, 1864, together with a 
complete record of the changes that have taken place since the consolidation 
of the Regiment, Sept. 5, 1863. 

{Signed,) Samuel Battex, 1st Lt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Pro. to Lt. Col., Dec. 18, 1864. 



Fisher, Isaac B. . .'Capt., 34 

Conaway, Alonzo M.lst Lt., 35 - 

Bingman, Richard . list Sgt 20 Jan. 4, 1864 »«—« »—'bu«.. 



22 ! ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company •■/>," Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Nam* g. 



Bank. 



Batten, Samuel . 
Distler, George . 
Campbell, Preston 
Mooi-f. William . 
Allen, Lewis . . 
Hupp, John . . 
Dillon, Henry . 
Powell, George W. 
Calebaugh, Jackson 
Adams, Israel . 
Anderson, Joseph 
Anderson, Simeon 
Anderson, Natlianie 
Berkley, Samuel 
Burkhart, Jolin 
Bowers, Arthur 
Clendenon, James 
Carter, David . 
Castner, Gotleib 
Cain, John R. 
Davis, Samuel . 
Dalrymple, John D 
Durbin, David A. 
Frazier, George . 
Forra, George . 
Fisher, Simon 
llutiman, John . 
Hinds, Eli S. . . 
Jenkins, John D. 
Joy, George . . 
Marty, Christian 
Midkirf, Jacob . 
Mills, AVesley 
Mellott, Theodore 
Meckling, John . 
Mayfield, Joshua 
Mayfield, Eugenias 
Moore, Thomas K. 
Pickenpaw, Geo. R 
Pool Mtathias 
Isaac J. . 
ly, .lohn . 
Rutter, tsaac . 
Rut! '■)-, i iforge 
Rutter, John . 
Ruble, Henry M 
Steed, Cornelius 



Serg't, 



Oorp'l, 



Lance Corpl 



Priv. 



When mastered 
mi" Berrice. 



Remarks. 



2: 1 

21 

20 

29 

24 

24 

2] 

19 

1* 

29 

30 

19 

20 

2] 

21 

21 

:;-! 

19 

2:; 

L8 

25 

21 

25 

16 

2:» 

19 

IS 

21 

2r, 

27 

;-n 
41 
is 
18 

19 

is 
is 
25 
20 
L9 
is 

Ml) 

2 
25 

L9 

.... 



Jan. 

Dec. 
Jan. 



Dec. 
Jan. 



Dec. 
Jan. 

Nov. 
Jan. 



Dec. 

Jan. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Jan. 



Oct. 
Dec. 
Feb 

Oct. 
Jan. 
Nov. 

Feb. 

Jan. 
Sept 

Feb. 
Dec. 



4, 

4, 

4, 

30, 

30, 

■1, 

4, 

4, 

4, 

16, 

'I, 

4, 

4, 

30, 

4, 

1, 

4, 

4,' 

4, 

4, 

4, 

4, 

A, 

4, 

30, 

30, 

4, 

30, 

17, 

4, 

4, 

4, 

4, 

1, 

30, 

17, 

17, 

1, 

4, 

1, 

1, 

L 
4, 
1, 
1, 
IT, 
30, 



L864 

tt 

1863 
it 

1864 



1st",:; 
1864 



1863 

lsci 
1862 
1864 



Pro. 1st Lt. 



Wounded at Wilderness, Vs» 



Pro. Serg't. 



it it 



Missing in notion at Roams' Station, 
Va., Aug. 26, 1864. 



Woundedin action June 13, 18M, at 

iiurg. 



Missing in action at Reams' Station, 

r« 

Wounded in action, Po River, Va. 
" " Reams' Station, 



1863 
(i 

1864 
1863 
1864 



1862 
1863 

iSlil 



1862 
L864 
1862 



L864 
L862 

L864 

1863 



Missing in notion at Reams Station, 
Va., Aug. 25, 1864. 



Wounded in action at Wilderness, 

Va, 
Missing in action at Boydtown Plans 

Wounded in action at Wilderness, 

Va. 

iiurg, Va. 
.Tune Hi, 1864. 



Wounded in action, Peter I 



Wounded in action at Bi 
tion, Lug. 25 1864. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ••/'." Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






\ i tea. 


Bonk. 


g \\ hen m n-t . i i 


rlu. 


Spiry, < reorge J. 


l'riv. 


L8 


Jan. 4,1864 


'j utlon at Po BJ 


.Stevens, James . . 


" 


2] 




10, 1884. 


qb, John 


" 


18 


Dec. 25, L863 




Stafford, Elza . . 


K 


l.s 


Jan. 1, L864 




■'<>, Martin . . 


(t 


20 


. 1. L862 




. in, John . . 


it 


2-'. 


Jan. 1 lSi,l 




//. i rui/s, 










Burrows, George 


" 


21 


Mar. 1, " 




Butcher, Nathaniel 


(< 


21 


L5, " 




Conkle, Jacob . . 


" 


is 


31, " 


_ 


Doak, Perry . . . 


(i 


20 


31, " 


_ — — 


Forra, John G. . . 


a 


L9 


31, " 


Slrer, Vu. 


Foraker, James . . 


n 


38 


25, «' 




Felter, Jacob . . 


" 


22 


19, '■ 


Wounded In act'n 
Boad. 


< ratrell, Newman . 


<< 


21 


23j „ 




Gary, John L. . . 


K 


is 


23, '• 


Inaction at Batahei'iBnn 


Myers, William L. . 


14 


L9 


23, " 




Markley, Mathiaa . 


11 


2d 


3, " 




Newman, Wm. A. . 


II 


33 


3, " 




Rice, Josephus . . 


(( 


;::, 


15, " 


_ _ _ 


Starkey, John S. . 


" 


25 


23, " 


_ _ - 


key, Levi W. 


(( 


27 


L5, " 


Wounded in action Of Spoil 
V:i. 


Spencer, Elijah . . 


l( 


18 


15, " 




Shrader, Thomas N. 


(1 


18 


15, " 




Discharged, 










Finn, Thomas 


2d Lt, 




_ _ 


ml of wound* received nt 
i irbor. 


Mellott, Isaiah . . 


Corp'l, 


21 


Nov. 18, 1861 


Ex. term of Ml 


Gekenheirnen, Lewis 


Lance (.'or pi 


2! 


Sept. 5, " 


Bx. term of aerr. Wounded at bat' 

•1, Anna Bin r. 


Swindler, John J. . 


u 


25 


Aug. 1, " 


rm ot service. 


Salsberry, John J. . 


Wag'r 


12 


27, " 


For disability. 


Sulivan, Thomas E. 


Mus'n, 


?,i i 


1, " 


Ex. term of service. 


McClane, John . . 


a 


2f. 


27, " 


ii ii ii 


Allen, Avery 


Priv. 


25 


97 " 


a i . i. 


Adams, Josiah . . 


ii 


40 


i! - 


i. ii ii 


Biard, Stephen A. . 


K 


26 


Nov. 18, " 


ii ii ii 


Billicks, William . 


■I 


23 


Aug. 27, " 


ii ii ii 


( 'line, Thomas 0. . 


<i 


Is 


' 27, " 


ii ii i. 


1'rummond, Jesse S. 


ii 


33 


27, " 


i< ii 


Goddard, Joseph . 


it 


L6 


1, " 


ii ii i. 


Hill, Simeon . . . 


" 


21 


Oct. 10, " 


ii a ii 


Hill, Ezra . . . . 


" 


:;i 


Aug. 1. - 


I. ii i. 


Hill, Porter . . . 


ii 


27 


1, " 


a ii 


Jarrett, Jacob . 


a 


21 


1, " 


ii ii i. 


Johnston, Lewis 


u 


:w 


Nov. 18, " 


a a 


Kinkade, James R. 


" 




Aug. 27, " 


i. a ii 


Loper, Jonathan . 


ii 


Is 


. . 18, " 


it ii 


Miller, George . . 


" 


L8 


18, " 


K.v. term of sere. Wounded in notion 
at Wllda 


Mellott, Gilbert . . 


" 


25 


18, " 


Ex. term of service. 



226 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "Z>," Seventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Nam. s. 



i. .,,,,. h When mastered 
< into 



Mellott, John S. . 
Mai hews, Andrew . 
Miles, William . . 
McDowell, Madison 
Neihart, George 
Pasco, William 
Pasco, Emanuel 
Ruble, Edgar W. 
Smith, James 
Shafer, Nelson . 
Stafford, Joseph E. 
Zesiger, Rudolph 
Miller, John . . 

Died, 
Myres, Emanuel 
Mellott, Alexander 
Cline, Calvin R. 
Brothus, Benjamin 
Nichols, Francis M 
Albus, John . 
Kinzy, Frederick 
Mellott, John 
Orange, John C. 
Rush, Isaac S. . 
Foraker, Albert 
Transferred, 
Burton, Richard. 
Miller, James 
McCollinn, Isaac 
Summerville, T. E 

Deserted. 
Borackman, Samuel 

Aggregate,- 



Priv. 



Corp'l, 

u 

(< 

Lance Corpl 
u 

Priv. 



Serg't, 
Priv. 



Nov. 



Aug/27, 

27, 
Nov. 



18, 1861 
18, 



18, 
18, 
18, 

1, 

ISiNov. 18, 

1, 

1, 

Nov. 18, 



Aug. 



Aug. 



28 Mar. 3, 1864 



21 Jan. 

22 Nov. 

19 Dec. 

20 Jan. 
18 

19 1 

19 

24 Nov. 

35 An-. 

21Sept. 

L8 Mar. 



4, 

18, 

30, 

4, 

4, 

4, 

4, 

18, 

27, 

1, 

31, 



1864 
1861 
1863 

1864 



1861 

1862 

1864 



Ex. term or scrv. Wounded in act'n 
at ISoydtuwn Plank Road. 

Ex. term of service. 



For disability. 

Killed in action at Petersburg, Va., 

.Tunc -JO. 186*. 
Killed in action at Po River, Va., 

Ha; 11, 1864. 
Of wounds received in action. 

Wilderness, May 8, 1864. 

Killed in action at Tollopatony Creek 

Of disease, Sept. 15, 1864. 

Killed in action at Po River, Va., 

Urn 10, 1864 
Killed in action at Wilderness, Va. 

" " Spottsvlvania, Va. 

Of disease. 



20 Tail 4 1 S64 ToIson ' Com - stafr ' Serg't, Major. 

19 4', " | To V.R. C. 

18 4, " 

|25 Aug. 27, 1861 

1441 27, " Date unknown. 
125 men. 



Memoranda : — The 7th Regiment W. Va. Infantry Vols., was 
organized at Wheeling and Grafton, Va., during the months of July, 
August, September and October, 1861. From Grafton the Reg- 
iment was ordered on an expedition to St. George, in Tucker County, 
capturing at that place 14 prisoners, 150 horses and cattle, 70 stand 
of small arms, and 15,000 rounds of ammunition. Oct. 24, 1861, 
moved to New Creek, thence by forced march to Romney, Va., par*- 
ticipating in the engagement at that place, losing one man killed; 
remained at Romney, doing heavy picket duty, until the 2d of Jan- 
uary, 1862, when it was ordered to North Branch Bridge, Md. ; 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

thence on the 5th of February, to Bloomery, ticipatin 

the battle of Bloomery, on the I Tun- 

nel, on the B. & 0. Railroad; remained until the 5th of March, 
when the different compai itioned on the railroa 

guards, from 1 ;e, to Martins! q the 2nd 
of April, was relieved from 1 marched to Winches- 
ter, Va., doing provost duty there under Maj. Lockwood, Provost 
Marshal, until the 22d ; thi ched to Strasburg, Va.; thence 
on the 30th, to Harrisonburg, Va.; thence bade to New Mai 
on the 12th of May. crossed the mountain to Luray, Va.; thence to 
Front Royal ; thence across the Blue Ridge to Fredericksburg, Va., 
arriving on the 23d ; returning to Front Royal on the 30th. These 
marches were very severe, and not being well supplied with shoes, 
the men suffered a great deal. Left Front R in on the 30th 
of June, and marched to Bristoe Station, on the Orange and Alex- 
andria Railroad ; thence by rail to Alexandria; thence by steamer 
to Harrison's Landing, disembarking on the 2d of July, and assisted 
in covering the retreat of McClellan from Malvern Hills; July 4th 
was engaged in a sharp skirmish with a portion of Stonewall Jack- 
son's forces, losing one man killed and five wounded. Leaving 
Harrison's Landing, it marched to Newport News, Va.; thence by 
steamer to Alexandria, Va., arriving on the 25th of August; thence 
on the 29th, to Centerville, Va., covering the retreat of Pope's 
army to Chain Bridge. About the 1st of September, left Washing- 
ton, D. O, and marched through Frederick City, Boonsboro', Mid- 
dletown, &c, arriving at Antietam on the 17th, where it was at 
once formed in the first line of b ad was actively and merito- 
riously engaged in that bloody battle, losing 30 killed and 129 
wounded ; among the killed were Capt. Shell, of Company "I," 
Lieutenants Swartz, of Company "C," and Shriver, of "K ;" 
among the wounded two Capl 1 three Lieutenants. Col. 
Snider, commanding, and Lt. Col. Lockwood, had their horses killed 
under them. The flag, with its gallant bearers, fell to the ground 
three times, but was again as often raised and carried victoriously 
through the battle perforated by twenty bullets, and the spear of 
the staff shot away. The gallantry of this regiment in this engage- 
ment, was not surpassed by any which participated in it. From 
Antietam the regiment marched via Sharpsburg, Md., to Harper's 
Ferry, Va.; thence to Leesburg, Va., and return. Oct. 30th, left 
Harper's Ferry, and marching via Leesburg, arrived at Falmouth, 
Va., on the 17th of November; here it did picket duty on the 
Rappahannock river, until December 12th, when it crossed the 
river at Fredericksburg, Va., and on the morning of the , the 



228 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Brigade, composed of tins Regiment, 4th and 8tli Ohio, and l-iih 
Indiana, formed the first line of battle, leading the whole Corps into 
the hard fought battle of Fredericksburg, in which the Regiment 
lost 4 killed, 32 wounded and 3 missing ; Col. Snider, commanding, 
was wounded here whilst the Regiment was going into action, and 
Capt. Watson and Lieut. Prichard, while in the action. On the 
evening of the 15th, re-crossed the river and occupied the old camp 
at Falmouth, remaining until the 28th of April, when it left, cross- 
ing the Rappahannock at United States Ford, pushed on to Chan- 
cellorsville, participating in the engagement at that place on the 
3d of May, having 3 men killed, 18 wounded, and a number miss- 
ing ; among the killed was Capt. Roberts, a brave and gallant offi- 
cer. On the 15th re-crossed the river, returning again to Falmouth, 
where the Regiment remained until the 14th of June ; thence it 
marched via Stafford C. H., Dumfries, Gainesville, Gum Springs, 
&c, to the bloody field of Gettysburg, arriving on the field in the 
evening of the 1st day of July ; was actively engaged in the battle 
on the 2d and 3d, occupying a position near Cemetery Hill ; here 
the regiment charged and drove the 7th Va. rebel Infantry, wound- 
ing and capturing its Colonel, and Lieutenant Lockwood, nephew 
of Lieut. Col. Lockwood, of this Regiment. The Regiment lost in 
the two days fighting, 9 killed, 36 wounded and 1 missing, Lt. Col. 
Lockwood being severely bruised by a shell. 

From Gettysburg, the Regiment marched with the army to Elk 
Run, in Faquier County, where it remained until the 12th of Sep- 
tember. The Regiment having been greatly reduced, on the 5th of 
September, by order, it was consolidated into four Companies, the 
Col. and Major^with the other supernumerary commissioned and non- 
commissioned officers, being mustered out. October 12, participated 
in the engagement at Bristoe Station ; thence, marching almost 
continuously until the 27th, came in contact with the enemy at Lo- 
cust Grove, on the road leading from Fredericksburg to Orange C. 
II. Here the Regiment, then about 250 strong, was advanced as 
skirmishers, about 10 o'clock, A. M.; at 1 o'clock, P. M., pushed for- 
ward and dislodged from their cover the 60th Ga., 400 strong, and a 
detachment of the 6th North Carolina, when a hand to hand struggle 
ensued, resulting in the complete rout of the enemy, killing and 
wounding a large number, and taking 13 prisoners, with a loss to the 
Regiment of 2 killed and 27 wounded, besides most of the men bore 
evidence of the hand to hand struggle in which they had been en- 
gaged; on the 28th pushed forward to Mine Run, skirmishing all day 
with the enemy; on December 1st, returned to camp near Culpepper, 
C. H.; Feb. 7th, 1864, was actively engaged in the battle of Morton's 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 






28 men killed and wounded ; Lt. Col. Lockwood, com- 
manding, was also se\ 

Immediately .in 'T the ba1 Regimeni Btarted for West \ 

ginia, on veteran furlough, arriving at Wheeling on the 13th. Fn 
March 11 again returned to the Army ol the Potomac, part :■ 
ting in the great camp nsl Richmond, being actively and 

meritoriously engaged in the following battles : Wil< May 

5th and 6th; Po River, May 7th; Ny River. May 8th; 
vania, May L2th ; here the Regiment lost heavily, and the 1/ 
(Lockwood,) was seriously wounded in the head, whilst gallantly 
leading his men over the second line of the enemy's breastworks; 
again at Spottsylvania, May 18th ; Fredericl ad, May L9 

North Anna. May 23d and 24th; Tolopatony, May 3lsl and lune 
1st ; Cold Harbor, from June 3d to 10th, fighting and skirmishing 
every day, losing heavily in killed and wounded ; Petersburg, 
16th, 17th, 18th and 22d : Deep Bottom, July 26th, 27th and 2 
Petersburg mine, July 30th; again at Deep Bottom, Aug. 12th to 
18th, fighting every day ; Ream's Station, Aug. 25th. Here the 7th 
W. Va. Infantry was ordered to re-take a position which had been 
lost, which it did in gallant style, and as a compliment to their gal- 
lantry, were ordered to be furnished with "Henry's Sixteen Shoot- 
ing Rifle;" at Boydon's Plank Road, and Hatcher's Run, October 
27th, 1864. 

During the time this Regiment has been in the Army of the Poto- 
mac, it has served in Carroll's Brigade of Hancock's (2d) Army 
Corps, the history of which is too well known to need comment. 
Scarcely a Regiment in the service has done or suffered more than 
the 7th West Va. Vet. Infantry. 



NINTH REGIMENT W. VA. INFANTRY. 



Return of Copt. Samuel Davis 1 Company " A" of the 9th Regiment West 
Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed in the field near Winch iter, show- 
ing the condition of said company on the 13th day of November, 1864, 
together with a complete recordofthe changes that have taken place sin 
organization. 
[Signed I Samuel Davis, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 


Rank. 


< 


When mustered 

into service. 


Remarks. 


Lippert, Lawrence . 
Partridge, Cyrus 
Montgomery, Asby . 
Province, David 
Cummings, John H. 
28 


Serg't, 
ii 

Corp'l, 


21 
33 


Feb. 20, 1864 

Jan. 1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 


Wounded slightly in thlgo it Win- 
chester, - 

• 

Wounded in shoulder at Front Royal 

Wounded in arm at Cedar Creek, 
Va. 



230 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "J,*' Ninth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 

iuto service. 



Remarks. 



Schockey, John K 
Scales, Isaac M. 
Smith, .lames 
James, Henry C 
Amos, Robert 
Aten, Peter . 
Banmer, Martin 
Cai ties, Robert IT. 
Bonnett, Martin 
Bennett, Thomas A 
Brown, Joseph A. 
Boso, Thomas B. 
Boso. Kinsman 
Cooper, John L 
Collins, William C 
Cobb, Hiram . 
Cobb, William C 
Davis, Leander 
Hughs, Isaac . 
Hughs, Henry I 
JeiTres, William 
Kearnes, John T 
Kimes, Anthony 
Lyons, John W. 
Mills, James W. 
Montgomery, Jas. S. 
McBride, James . 
Price, William A. 
Prall, John W. . 
Ruble, George W. 
Rogers, George AV. 
Spencer, Samuel 
Sayre, Jeremiah D 
Sbeurs, Solomon 
Shepperd, William 
Stewart, Lemuel C 
Woomer, Aaron 
Hill, Andrew J 
Young, Joseph 
Discharged, 
Davis, Samuel 
Stivers, Benj. F. 
Ewing, James 
Heart, Aaron 
Sprouse, Morris 
Frost, Charles E 
Thompson, Aaron 
Compston, John . 



Corp'l, 



Pr 



Capt., 
IstLt., 
2d Lt. 
Serg't, 
Corp'l, 

Fifer, 
Drumr 



Jan. 



Feb. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Jan. 

Feb. 

Jan. 



Mar. 
Feb. 
Jan. 

Feb. 

Jan. 



Feb. 
Jan. 



Feb. 
Jan. 



Feb. 
Jan. 



Oct. 



1 
1 
1 

1 

1 

29 

1 
28 

1 
25 

25 
J 
1 
1 
1 
8 
8 
1 
1 

2'J 
8 
1 
1 
1 
1 

25 
1 
1 
1 
] 
1 
8 
1, 
1 
1 

29 
1 
1 
1 



14 
1 
14 
Nov. 28 
28 
28 
28 
28 



1864 



1863 
1864 



1863 
1864 



1863 
1864 



1861 



Wounded iu right hand at Carter 
Julj 20, 186*. 



led In right :irm at Fisher's 
Hill, Sept. 22, 1861. 

Wounded iu right band at ] 
lung, June 17, '64. 



Wounded in rieht thigh, Winches- 
ter , Sept. 22. 



Wounded in richt knee at Halltonn, 
Aug. 24, 1864. 



Wounded in right 1. ; at Winchester. 
Se,pt. 19, 1 96 1 . 



Wounded in left shoulder, Winches- 
ter, Sept. 19, 1864. 



Wounded in right hand at Winches- 
ter, Sept. 19, 186-4. 



Wounded iu right hip at Winches- 
ter, Sept. 19, 1864. 



Must. out. Ex. term of service. 

(< II u 

it it ii 

For disability, April 8, 1863. 

Ex. term of service, 
it a 

For dis.,Ap'18, '63. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "A," Ninth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



23] 






Bank. 



When mastered 



Remarks. 



Barnes, Israel A. 
Bricker, Benjamin 
Boice, Samuel . 
Courtney, William 
Davis, Joseph 
Fletcher, Henry 11 

•h, Peter A. 
(iurloch, John . 
Logsdon, Leander 
Hercer, II iram 1 1 , 
Meddick, James II 
Meddick, William R 
Midkiff, Isaac . 
Roberts, John B. 
Snider, Daniel 
Sheppard, Ashbil 
Vincent, Bushrod J 
Lucas, Enos . 
Dean, Thomas 

Transferred, 
Garloch, David 
Pence, David 
Died, 
Bailey, Erastus 
Cuniiugs, x\lbert 
Bowles, William 
Courtney, Mason S 
Hostutler, Mark 
Hostutler, Isaac 
Lewis, William . 
Logsdon, Obediah 
Roberts, Walter S 
Roberts, Johnsey 
Vining, James 1 ■ 
Williamson, James M 
Banman, Jeremiah 
Leeman, Hysell . 

Deserted, 
Pence, Alexander 
Cleland, James 0. 
Dennis, Arthur PI 
Badgeley, George 
Harris, Robert S. 

Missing, 
Will, George W. 
Farris, William . 
Burgoiu, James R. 
s;gregate— 



Priv. 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



Serg't, 
Priv. 



L8 Nov. 28, 

24 28, 

35 28, 

22 28, 

22 Jan. 1, 
is X, 

1 8 28, 



L86] 1'.'. term of service. 

.i ii ii 

For -lis., Ap'l S, '63. 
1864' " July 1, '64. 
1861 Ex. term of service. 



1! 
1- 
40 
:;m 
25 
11 
11 
:;n 
11 
L8 
is 

i:; 

20 

18 

32 
20 

42 Jan. 

29 Nov. 

L2 Nov. 

30 Nov. 

30 Feb. 
28 
18 
20 

32 



Nov. 



28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 

28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 

28, 

28, 
28, 

1, 

28, 

1, 

28, 

S, 

28, 

28, 
2a 



1864 
1861 
1864 
1861 
1863 
1861 
1864 



1861 



IstSer. 
Priv. 



t0 28, " 

!. 1, 1864 

1 " 

1 3 Not mustered 

19 Jan. 1,1864 

2 J 1. 

20 1, 
b. 25, 



For dis., Sept. 8, '63. 
Ex. term of service. 



For dis., Aug. 14, '63. 
Ex. term of service. 



For dis., Sept. 18, '63. 



Tolnv. Cor., Dec. 4. 
" Co. D, Jan. 12, '62 

At Guyandotte, Va.,Mar. 8, 18 62. 

" Winchester, Va., Ap'l 8, 1863. 

Killed at Cloyd Mountain, May 9,'04. 

At Petersburg, Va., Dec. 16,1862. 

Killed at Ua ltown. Va., Aug. 26,'64. 

" Cloyd Mountain, May 9, " 

iuchester, Sept. 19, " 

Of wounds reed in arti"ii at Win 

Chester, Va., July 24, 186*. 
Or diseas. 

Of wounds, at Carter's Farm J'lv 20 

l-i. I. 
Killed in action at Halltown, Vs., 

Dec. 26. 
Of disease, at Gaulev Bridge, Aug. 

Killed in action at Winchester, Sept. 
19 l-.li 

, Dec. 10, 
1861. 

At Gaoley Bridge, July 20 
" Pomerny, O., July 10, 1864. 

I 



1 L864. 

Mirg, Va., 
Jane I-. 1864. 

', 1864. 






men. 



232 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Captain J. W. Spencer's Company ".#,'' of the 9th Regiment West 
Va. Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Va., showing the con- 
dition of said Company on the loth day of December, 1864, together toith a 
complete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 



Names. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Spencer, John W. . 
Angell, John C. . 
Gonley, Cornelius M 
Naylor, John Y. 
Dobbins, Peyton B. 
Glase, Stephen S. 
McKown, Norman . 
McCune, Solomon . 
Romine, John M. . 
Drake, Admiral 
Horner, John W. . 
McCune, Wm. H. . 
Rogers, Eli . . . 
Dobbins, Elisha J. . 
Boyce, Wm. F. . . 
Brown, Carr B. . 
Cobb, Wm. H. . . 
Chapman, Hiram . 
Cobb, Pliant . . . 
Carper, Clifton H. . 
Cook, Saul . . . 
Drennen, A. H. . 
Drake, Isaac . . . 
Drake, Sutton, . . 
Drodcly, Geo. W. . 
Epling, James . . 
Gandee, William . 
Gandee, Frederick . 
Hart, Kelly . . . 
McCune, James . . 
McCroskey, Wm. C. 
McGraw, John A. . 
Owens, Thomas H. . 
Payne, Henry . . 
Parsons, George W. 
Rogers, Benjamin . 
Ray, Wm. A. . . 
Reed, Levi . . . 
Reynolds, Wm. L. . 
Stone, Richard D. . 
Shafer, David '. . 
Sims, Newton G. 
Short, Hiram . . 
Smith, Lindsey E. . 
Short, David . . . 



Capt. 
1st Lt. 
2d Lt., 
1st Ser 
2d Ser 
3d Ser 
4thSer 
1st Cor 
2d ' 
3d ' 
■1th ' 
5th ' 
6th ' 
7th ' 
Priv. 



44'Sept. 

33 Feb. 
21 

32 Sept 

21 1 Mar. 
23|Jan. 
21 Sept. 
28 Feb. 

21 Sept 

22 Feb. 
28 

21 Jan. 
18lDec. 
20 Mar. 

20 Jan. 
40 1 Mar. 

22 Sept. 
43 

25 Feb. 

18 Dec. 

29 

20 

20 

20 

23 M;w. 

22 Dec. 
13 Sept. 

18 Dec. 
2lJFeb. 

34 Jan. 

21 Feb. 

ll'Srpt. 



Feb. 



Jan, 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Dec. 



30, 
9, 
9, 

30, 
3, 

1, 

30, 

29. 

.30, 

29, 

29, 

1, 

9, 

31, 

1, 
31, 
30, 
30, 
29, 

9, 

9, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
31, 

9, 
30, 

9, 
29, 

1, 
29, 
30, 

1, 
30, 

1, 

30, 

31, 

30, 
29, 
29, 
30, 

1, 
oq 

29, 
9, 



1861 
1863 

1861| 
1864 

1861 

isr,i 



1861 

1864 



1861 

1864 
1861 

f < 

1864 



Wounded In hand, Sept. 22, 1864, at 
Fisher's Hill. 



1864 

ISO] 



1864 



1861 
1864 
1861 
1864 
1861 
1864 
1861 
1864 

1861 

1864 



1861 



Wounded severely in shoulder at 
Halliown, Va., Aug. 26. 1864. 

Wounded severely in shoulder at 
Fisher's Hill, Va., Sept. 22, 1864. 



Wounded severely in leg at Cloyd's 
Mountain, Va., May 9, 1864. 

Wounded severely in arm at Cedar 
Creek, Va., Oct. 19, l-< I. 

Wniiinl.'il severely in sMeat Winches- 
ter, Va., July 20, 1864. 



Wounded severely in thigh at Lynch- 
burg, Va., June 17, 1884. 



Wounded In hip at Winche ter, Jul; 
20, L864. 



Wounded in foot at Cloyd's Farm, 
Va., Mai '.), 1864. 



Wounded severely in both thighs, at 
Cloyd's Farm,"Va., May !>, 1864. 



Wounded in shoulder at Lynchburg 
June 17, 1864. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "//," Ninth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



233 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into Bervice. 



Remarks. 



Timmer, F. G. . 
Tucker, John T. . 
Taylor, John . 

on, Ulysses . 
Wilson, Abraham 
Wilson, Wm. R. 
Wilson, John Jr 
Wilson. V. 
Hamrick, Mark 
Oottrell, Silas 
Cottrell, Wm. P 
Smith, Franklin 
Carper, A. W. 
Drake, Charles 
Cottrell, Thomas 
Nay lor, William 
Drake Michael 
Fisher, William 
Deel, James E. 
Douglas, Isaac W 
Marks, P. C. . 
Marks. John W. 
Justice, Aaron 
Cottrell, A. # J. 
Harrold, Jesse 
Harrold, Daniel 
Tawney, John II. 
Harris, Jackson L. 
Marks, Cornelius J 
Harris, John . . 
Andrus, John G. 

Discharged. 
Boatright, Thomas J 
Cook, Peter M. 
Dobbins, Uriah 
Owens, Lewis L 
Rohrbough, Geo. W 
Wilson, Joseph . 
Wees, Elijah . . 
Drake, Henry . 
Ward. Job A. . 

Transferred, 
Bezel, John . . 
Boggess, Thomas 
Casto, John B. . 
Casto, "Washington 
Casto, Pelly P. . 
Cox, David S. 



Priv. 


44 


(1 


21 


" 


-11 


u 


i»; 


1 . 


29 


11 


■i:; 


(I 


27 


It 


22 


" 




" 


[2 


<< 




a 


25 


1 1 


22 


" 


36 


tt 


25 


" 


17 


" 


is 


" 


35 


" 


17 


it 


17 




18 


« 


[c< 


« 


17 




40 


,. 


23 


a 


21 


» 


16 


» 




« 


18 


„ 


28 


<( 


40 


1st Lt. 


33 


Serg't, 


33 


« 


25 


Priv. 


39 


tt 


26 


II 


44 


11 


40 


" 


18 


(( 


21 


(I 


40 


u 


32 


" 


22 


" 


43 


1 1 


18 


" 


29 



Jan. 
Sept. 



1864 
1861 



Sept. 30, 1861 
30, " 
30, 

1, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
20, 
31, 

9, 
20, 

9, 



Ap'l 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Ap'l 

Feb. 
Sept, 



1862 
1861 
1863 
1862 
1863 



Feb. 
Jan. 



1864 



7. 
7. 
7. 

7, 



Sept. 30, 1861 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30. " 

30, " 

30, ." 

30, '• 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, - 

30, " 

30, " 



Wounded in flnger at Berryville, Va. 
Sept. 3, 1864. 



Wounded in thigh at Cloyd'fl Farm, 

V;i.,.\ki I 



Wounded iii arm at Hallt 
Aug. 2i;. 64, 



Wounded in leg at Winchester, Ta., 
July 20, 1864, 



Wounded in leg at Cedar Creek, Oct. 
19, '64. 



in hand severely. 



Wounded iu log severely, at Cloyd's 
I'.it in. Va., May 7, - 64. 



For dis.,Dec.24. '62. 
For wounds. 
For disability. 



To Co. G, 9th W. Va. Inf. Vols 
K, 
G, u <i 



234 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "B," Ninth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



When mustered 



Remarks. 



Douglass, Peter . . 
Douglass, James B . 
Douglass, Elisha 
Davis, Simon A. 
Davis, James S. . . 
Davis, Edward . . 
Wilson, Azariah F. 
West, Thomas . . 
Haley, William 0. . 
Ebling, Leonard J. 
McWhorter, H. C. . 

Died, 
Perkins, Lafayette . 
Carper, Fleming L. 
Drennen, John M. . 
Smith, John . . . 
Short, Peter . ». . 
Hunt, Lewis . . . 
McCune, Barnabas . 
Glase, Stephen S. . 
Gratehouse, Richard 
Graham, Wm. E. . 
McWhorter, W. F. . 
Murry, John C. . . 
Meadows, Jehu . 
Jones, Thomas J. . 
Hess, James L. . 
Taylor, Isaac . . . 
Cottrell, N. S. . . 
Barnhouse, Frederic 

Missing. 
Laughlin, Daniel 
Deel, Levi . . 
Perrine, Miles . 
Smith, James A. 
Taylor, Cornelius M. 
Cottrell, Levi 
Lester, James 
Naylor, Absalom 
Murks, Perry G. 
White, Franklin 
Drake, Samuel . 
Marks, Thomn I !. 

Deserted, 
Moore, Samuel . 
Truman, Elijah . 
Goldsmith, Wm. II. 
Short, Jacob . . 
Aggregate, 



Priv. 



2d Lt. 
Priv. 



Serg't, 
Priv. 
Serg't, 
Corp'l, 



Priv. 



Serg' 
Priv. 



24 Sept. 30, 1861 To o. o, 9* w. v.. mr. v.1.. 
18 30, " 
30 30, " 
39 30, " 
22 30, " 
43 30, " 

25 30, " 
29 30, " 
22 30, " 
43 30, " 
25 30, " 



22 
31 
18 
41 
19 
is 
33 
23 
29 
33 
20 
27 
25 
35 
22 
•!l 
29 
28 

24 
24 
32 
35 
42 
20 
35 
18 
82 
17 
L9 
19 

18 
L9 
-I 
18 



Feb. 
Jan. 

Ap'l 
Sept 
De*c. 

Sept, 



30. " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 

29, 1864 
1, " 

1, " 

30, 1862 
30, 1862 

9, 1861 
30, " 



Of disease. 



Jan. 


7, 


lOUO 

1864 




1, 


I! 


Mar. 


31, 


K 


Jan. 


1, 


(( 


Mar. 


5, 


" 


Dec. 


9, 


1861 


Feb. 


9, 

9, 


1863 
if 


Jan. 


7, 
', 

7, 
7, 


1864 

it 


Sept, 


30, 


1861 


Sept. 


30, 


1861 


Jan. 


1, 
i 


L864 



Of wounds, Fisher's Hill, Va., Sept. 

22, 1864. 
Of wounds, Winchester, July 20, 'G4. 

Killed in ac. Cloyd'sFarm, May9,'64 



Killed on 6Cout in Roane Co. W. Va. 
Killed in ac. Cloyd's Farm, May 9/64 



Miss'g in ac. Cloyd's Farm, Slay 9/84 



i. Lynchburg, June IT 



.136 men. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



235 



Return of Captain Georgt W. Hick's Company '•('," :>/// Regiment West 
Va. Volunteer Tnfantry, stationed at Camp Russell, Pa., showing the condi- 
tion of said company on the \b~th day oj December, 1864, together with a 
complet* record of changes that havt taken place since its organization. 









Wben mustered 
into Bervice. 



Hicks, I l-eo] ge W. . 
Jenkins, i reorge W. 
I >avis, Moses W. 

Truman, John M. . 

Park, Andrew M. . 

Ulen, Harkin C. . 

Wilcoxon, John . . 

Moore, John . . . 

Blain, Francis . . 

Jenkins, Anthony \V 
Lyons, John W. . . 
Allen, James W. . 
Boles, Robert . . 
Blanchard, James . 
Barringer, Geo. W. 
Barringer, George . 
Boobs, Jonathan . 

Burris, Davis . . . 

Backis, Franklin . 
Backis, Senate . . 
Carver, James E. . 
Cunningham, Isaiah 
Cumpson, Alexander 
Donohew, Reuben S. 
Donohew, Salathiel . 

Dumberger, George 

Edwards, Lewis W 
Forman; Edward R 
Hysell, James M. 
Heaton, William 
Hays, John . 
Hughs, Robert 
Hysell, Strawder 
Haddox, Henry 
Johnson, Alfred 
Keyse, David 
Lobdill, Herric 
Lyons, Joseph 
Life, Araham 
Layne, George 
Layne, William 
Moore, William 



Capt. 

1st Lt. 
2d Lt. 

Serg't 
Corp'l, 



Mus'n, 
Priv. 



23 Feb. 
25 

24 Ap'l 
21 .Ian. 
■21 

23 
23 
36 Feb. 

i: 

2] .Ian. 
21 Feb. 

21 Jan. 

21 

47 Feb. 

47 

1'.' 

2] 

20 

11 Feb. 

28 Jan. 

21 

22 

25 



1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 

28, 

1, 

29, 

1, 

1, 
28, 

29, 



1862 

it 

l-.l 



L862 



1864 

it 

1862 

1864 
<< 

1862 



DIach'd, si 

Veteran. 



Recruit, wounded Oot. 26 

Recruit, won 
7a., Find left in b 
B '64. 

Russell, 7a., Nov. 21, i.i. 



_'] 



29, 

1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 



L864 



Feb. 29, 



■17 

21 Jan. 
46 Feb. 

22 Jan. 
21 Feb. 
26 Ap'l 
23 

19 

22 

26 

29 Jan. 

18 Feb. 

47 

20 

24 

21 Jan. 



28, 

1, 

29, 

1, 

29, 
30, 
28, 
28, 
8, 
29, 

1, 

1, 

28, 

29, 

28, 

1. 



1 B62 
L864 



1862 



1863 

1864 



1862 
1864 



Veteran. 



Veteran. 
Recruit. 

and left in bands of enemy, Mai 

Recruit, wounded at Clo;. : 

in hands of enemv, May 9, 
1864. 

Recruit. 



Veteran. 



Vet. Hissing in action at Cedar Creek 

Va., Oct. 19. 186 
Vet., wounded at Cloyd's Farm, Va , 

and left in bands of enemv, May 9, 

1864. 
Vet., wounded at Cloyd's Farm, Ya., 

and left in bands of enemy, May 9, 

1864. 
Recruit. Absent, sick at Gallipolia, 

O., since Oct. 15, 1862. 

Veteran. 

i, sick at Charleston, Va. 
July 8, '64. 

Veteran. 

Vet., wounded at Carter's Farm, July 

20, 1864. 
Recruit. Absent, sick, Nov. 1, 1864. 



Recruit. 



Veteran. 

Vet., wounded at Halltown, Va., Aug. 

.... l^;i. Returned. 
Recruit, wounded at Halltown, Va., 

16, 1864. 
Recruit, Absent, sick, Xov. 1, 1S64. 



Veteran. 

Recruit. 
Veteran. 



236 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "C," Ninth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Rank. m 

< 



When mustered 
into service. 



Morton, Charles 
McMurray, William 
Moore, Melchesidec 
Owens, Andrew J. . 
Pearson, "William H 
Powell, Eli . . 
Parsons, Henry . 
Powell, Chris. C. 
Reynolds, Reylent 
Riggs, David . . 
Rousey, William S. 
Springer, Columbus 
Still, Jackson 
Staats, Noah. 
Stump, John . . 
Shannon, David . 
Stanley, Francis M 

Taylor, Isaac . . 
Wells, Wesley C. 
Washburn, Elias H 
White, Ichabod I. 
Whealdon, John 
Wallace, James M. 

Discharged, 
McLaughlin, N. M. 
Scheuveront, Benj. S 
Pearson, David F. 
Thorn, Edgar 

Little, Robert 
Phelps, Charles 0. 
Bishop, John C. . 
Hilton, Daniel . 
Roy, Sampson . 
Allen, James . 
McLure, Charles 
McMurray, James 
Cumpson, Francis 
O'Brian, Thomas 
Millegan, Geo. W. 

Transferred, 
Arnold, Jacob R. 
Karr, OthoW. . 

Died, 
Rugg, John T. . 
King, Samuel 
Powers, Joseph T. F 
Lent, Oscar M. . . 



Priv. 



Capt 
2d Lt. 
Serg't 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



Serg't, 
Priv. 

(C 

Corp'l, 



Aug. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Jan. 
Feb. 



Jan. 
Feb. 
Not 
Jan. 
Feb. 



Jan. 
Feb. 

Jan. 
Feb. 



Feb. 



1862 

ISC, | 

1863 
1864 
1862 
mustered 
1864 
isc- 



Jan, 

Feb. 



Jan. 



1 

28 
28 
28 
29 

1 

28 
29 

1 
28 

8 
29 

2S 
28 
28 
28 

28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 



1 

28 

2S 
1 
1 
1 



1862 
1864 



Recruit. 
Veteran. 



1864 

1862 
1864 

1862 

1864 

1862 



1864 
1862 



1864 



Recruit, wounded at Planer's Hill, 
Va., Sept. 22, 

Veteran. 

Vet. Missing in action, Oct. 19, 1864, 
at Cedar Creek, Va. 

Recruit. Absent, sick at Sandv 
Book, Mil., July 29, 1861. 

Wi , wounded July 20, 186*, at Car- 
ter's Farm, Va. 

Recruit. 
Veteran.' 

Recruit. Ahscnt, wounded at Cloyd's 

Farm, Va., May 9, 1864. 
Recruit. Missing in action at Cloyd's 

Farm. Hay 9, 1-U4. 
Veteran, in confinement at Piedmont 

Va., July 21, 1864. 

Recruit. 



Veteran. 

Vet., wounded and left iu the hands 
nl the enemy at Cloyd s Farm, Va., 
May '.I, 1861. 

Recruit. 
Veteran. 

Recruit. 

Veteran.- 



Be ii" i it Petersburg, Va.; Dec. 9, 
1862.' 

Mi-liuli.iialilv. al [•'avcttcville, Va., 

Sept, 8, 1863. 
For disability, at Winchester, Va., 

March 11. 1863. 
r.v reason of expiration of term of 

mi at Cedar Creek, Va., Oct. 
19, 1864, 
For disability . at Winchester, Va., 

Jan. 9, 1863. 
By reason of promotion. 



Fur dig., Winchester, Va. Jan. 9, "6S1 



<t .. A|i i 10, 63, 

Ex. iii'iii of sitv.. Cdiar Creek, Va., 
16 1864. 

Ej . tei en ., Ced ir Creek, Va., 

Oct. 16, 1864. 

I l.-l III i.l ■ . i-v . 

Ool L6, 1864, 
Ex. term ol serv., Camp Russell, 

Va., Nov. 21, 1864, 
For die., Dec. 1. 1863, at Winchester, 

\ a, 



To Co. T, l-i W. Va. Vet. Inf. Vol., 
Nov. H'. i'i it Cedar Creel Va 

To I'", ll. 9th W. Va, Vol. Inf., al 
Meadow Bluff, July 1, 1862. 

al Pomeroj , <>., July 8, 

From wound i, al C berland, Md., 

\u 1, 1864. 
\ e Killed in action at Berryville, 

Sept. 8, 1864. 
Vel Killed in action, May 9, 1864, 

at Cloyd's Farm, Va. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "C," Ninth Regiment Infantry— Coatin I. 









Bank. 



When mustered 
iuto Bervice. 



Remarks. 



K..1-. 



Jan. 



Hamilton, Benj. . Friv., L8|Jan. 1,1864 

Cheesman, Aleman'r 
Cumpson, Daniel 
Cumpson, Thomas 
Carpenter. Matthew 
Edwards, Hiram 
Walton, Samuel 
Tenney, Chest' 
Rood, William . 
Bowers, Sylvester 
Parsons. Philander 

Deserted, 
Browning, A. K. M 
Hood, John F. . 
Lowery, George . 
Miller, Jacob . . 
McCroskey, Win, 
Shafer, Paul . . 
Wayson, Henry . 
Gosnell, Willis R 



20 
L9 
32 
23 
L9 
2] 
36 

L8 Feb. 
26 



1, 
27, 
27, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
1, 
1, 
28, 
28, 









1862 

u 
1864 



Vet. DIi ■! from 1- a 
20, 1861, mi , Loa 

Vet. Died - 

i . July in. 1862 

V»., .M.iv 

• Gaulej 

V.i. 

-. 
V;. Haj •>. 1864. 
Vet. Killed in action atCli 



11 


£ 


(C 


-I 


" 


22 


(< 


44 


(< 


21 


(I 


21 



37 28 " v ' 

22 Jan. 1 1864 AtSummitp o"> t . vs., sept.i9,'« 

"I II At Camp Piatt, V:i.. Juh 

■*■) 

1, " 

1 l( At Martin ,, i-.:i 

28 1862 Al 0amp platti V: '" ■'"' 

28 " Al PalrHaven, 0., Sept. :, lau. 
Og (i I At Point Pleasant, Va., Sep. 6, 1861. 



Feb. 



Aggregate, 105 men. 



Return of Capt. John J. S. P. CarroWs Company "./)," of the 9th Regiment 
West I irginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Cedar Creek, I"./., showing 
the condition of said Company on the Zlst day of October, L864, tog< 
with a complete record of the changes that hare taken place since its o 
ization. 

(Signed,) H. C. Drxc.w, 2nd Lieut. Commanding Company. 






Bank. 



Winn mustered 
into sen Ice. 



Remarks. 



Carroll, John J. S. P. Capt., 
Duncan, Henry C. . J2d Lt.. 
Law, David . . . 1st Sgt 
Hinchman, Lewis S. 
Smallridge, JamesH 
Nisely.Zachariah . 
Boydston, Orah . . 
Layne, William E. . Corp'l, 
Keck, Philip H. 
Amos, David . . . Friv 
Baker, Geo. H. . . 
Beach, Samuel . . 
Collins, William . 
Cremeens, James D. 
Cites, Robert . . . 
30 



,35 _ 
21 _ 

27 Jan. 
25 Feb. 
23 Jan. 
23 

23 Feb. 

L'l 

28 Jan. 
21 Feb. 

21 Jan. 

21 

21 

21 Feb. 

211 



1, 
26, 

1, 

1, 

1, 

29, 

1, 
29, 

1, 

1, 

1, 
29, 
29, 



1864 
1862 
1864 



Veteran. 
Veteran. 

led, andarm am] 

Becrult, wounded in 

. Aug. 26, 1-til. 

Veteran. 



Vet., wounded in left tlii<r'i 

Creek, V 
Vet., wounded in arm • 

Hill. Va., Sept. 22, 1861. 
Vet., Wounded in right tliigh at Ber- 

ryvillc, Va., Sept. o, I - 

Veteran. 



Vot., wounded in left si'l'i 
Kami, Va., July . 



238 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "D," Ninth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 

into Bervice. 



Cohen, Geo. W. . 
Cremeens, Angus 
Caldwell, Hugh . 
Cremeens, James G 
Craine, George . 
Estes, Charles 
Griffet, John M. 
Gue, Samuel D. . 
Gue, James H. . 
Gue, Presley D. 
Goodwin, David 
Goad, John . 
Gue, Tanney . 
Hardee, William 
Hardee, Wm. Jr. 
Humphries, Gabriel 
Hickman, Wm. R. 
Isaminger, John A 
Law, Thomas 
McComas, George F 
Miller, Frederick 
Nipp, Jacob . 
Noel, Willis . . 
Nicely, James A. 
O'Conner, Thomas 
Parsons, James . 
Powell, Theophilus 
Pitts, Lewis . 
Rafferty, Thomas 
Roy, Charles B. . 
Smith, Andrew J. 
Waugh, Charles . 
Williams, Spencer 
Welch, William 
Boothe, William A. 
Boot-he, James S. 
Boothe, William A 
Pnne, Simeon 

Discharged, 
Pine, George W. 
O'Conner, Michael 
Smith, John C. . 
Eisley, David 
Cremeens, Richard 
McMillen, James W 
Nichols, Edward 

Transferred, 
Brettin, Allen T. 



Priv. 



Dec. 
Feb. 



Corp'l 
Priv. 
Serg't, 
Priv. 



Jan. 

Dec. 
Feb. 



27 Feb. 

27 

18 

21 
23 
21 
21 

24 
26 
44 
21 
18 
43 
23 
34 
29 
20 
23 
28 
19 

23 
18 
21 
25 
38 
22 
21 
26 
29 
35 
21 
21 
34 
25 
21 
44 

23 

11 
27 
42 
18 
3J 
19 

32 



Mar. 

Feb. 



Jan. 
Feb. 



26, 

26, 

6, 

6, 

1, 

29, 

29, 

28, 

28, 

28, 

28, 

1, 

29, 

26, 

29, 

26, 

26, 

26, 

1, 

1, 

5, 

26, 

26, 

26, 

26, 

26, 

26, 

29, 

1, 

26, 

26, 

26, 

1, 

29, 

26, 

26, 

26, 

26, 

26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 

26. 



1864 



1862 



1864 
(i 

1862 
1864 
1862 



1864 

1863 

1862 



Wounded in «nkle at Carter's Farm, 
Va., July 29, 1864. 



Recruit, wounded in ankle at Cedar 
Creek, Va., Oct. 19, 1864. 



Recruit, wounded in both legs at 
Halltown, Va., Aug. 26, 1864. 

Veteran. 



Prisoner of war since May 9, 1864. 



Wounded in left shoulder at Carter's 
Farm, Va., June 20, 1864. 



Recruit. 



Veteran. Absent, in arrest for de- 
serting. 



Veteran. 

Vet., wounded in legatCloyd Moun- 
tain, Va.,May 9, 1864. 

Recruit. 



1864 
1862 



1864 

a 

1862 



Recruit. 



Veteran. 



Vet., wounded in arm at Cedar Creek 
Va., Oct. 19, 1864. 



Veteran. 



Working out sentence of G. C. M. at 
Wheeling, W. 7a. 

For disability, from hosp. at Galli- 

polis. 0-, Oct. 9. 1862. 
Feb. 20. 1863, for disability, at Galli- 

polis Hosp. 
March 4, '63, at Winchester; disab'y. 

Ap'l 10, " 

" 26, " " deafness. 

Drummed out of service by sentenco 
of court martial. 

For dis., Oct. 25, '63. 



Pro. to 1st Lt. Co. 1, 9th W. Va., Mar. 
1, 1862. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



239 



Company "Z>," Ninth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



RaDk. 



When mustered 
into Ben ice. 



Remarks. 



Havslipp, Carey B. 
Pratt, Wjilliam P. 
Coughlin, John . 
Johnston, David A 

Vied, 
Brown, John . 
Smith, Henry S. 
Pence, David 
Pitts, Joshua 
Hardee, John 
Hysell, Robert J. 
Knopp, Rufus . 
Roy, James H. . 
Barks, Thomas . 
Elzea, Charles W. 
Kirk, John . 
McCormick, Thomas 
Kelly, Thomas K. 
Roy, Isaac . . 
King, Sampson S. 
Thompson, James 
Prisoners of War 
Wick, Daniel B. 
Lusirs, James E. 
Smith, John A. . 
White, Andrew J. 
Beny, Andrew J. 
Bias, William A. 
Collins, Addison 
Chisnaugh, Clifton G. 
Cremeens, Durgan 

Deserted. 
Cline, Bernard . 
Hitt, Franklin . 
Adkins, Anderson 
Porter, Samuel . 
Fuller, Calvin . 
Wright, James U. 
Wilkinson, Jos. C. 
Berry, Alford 
Hardee, George . 
Johnston, John L. 
Adkins, Elliot . 



1st Lt., 
2d Lt. 
Priv. 



22 Feb. 26, 1864 

23 26, " 



1st Ser 
Priv. 
Serg't, 
1st Ser 
Priv. 



L8 

■::\ 

18 

21 

18 

VI 

L6 

22 

21 

21 

23' Not 

19 Feb. 

42 

31 Jan. 

22 

44 Feb. 

30 



■2-1 



Mar. 
Jan. 



2G, " 
26, " 

26, " 
28, 1864 
29 " 
26^ 1862 
26, " 
26, " 
26, " 
26, " 
mustered 
26, 1862 
26, " 
1, 1864 

1, " 
26, 1862 
26, " 

1, 1862 



. :j (. March H, 1863. 

Pro. to dipt. Co. I, Feb. 7, 1863. 

Po Co I liv order of Col. Skinner, 

March i 
To V c S . by order of Col. I. H. 
Jan. I, 1863. 



Vet. Died of wounds rcc'd in :iction 

■ Farm Julj 
Vet. Hissing on Lynchburg Raid. 

ed to be dead. 
■ 

4, 1862. 
In hosp., of rheumatism, Mur. 28, '61 

" " pneumonia, " 25, '82 

" " " Ap'15, '62 

At Charleston, Va. July 1864. 

I fever at Guvandotte, W. 
Va., April 9, 1862 
Killed in action at Guvandotte. N'ov. 

10 1861. 
At Quelkes Bottom, O., of typhoid fe- 
>. 1862. 

'of typhoid fever, 
Sept. 22. 1862. 
Vet. Killed iu a skirmish, Wayne 

Co., W. Va , Feb. 16, 1864. 
Vet. Killed in action at Clovd Moun- 
tain. M:u 9 i 
Killed in action at Cloyd Mountain, 

8, 1864. 
At Blacksburg, Va. May 11, 1864. 

Of wounds rcc'd in action near Hall- 
town, Va., Sept. 30, le64. 



18 

21 

44 Feb. 
'36 

L8 Aug, 
L9 Feb. 
Jan. 
24 
35 



1, 
1, 
26, 
28, 
29, 
26, 
1, 

1, 
1, 



1864 Ca P td by the enemy June 4, 1864. 



1862 



1864 



21 Feb. 

22 Not 
40Feb. 
24 1 
40' 
19 
is 
18 

21 Feb. 
18|Jan. 
38,Feb. 



Sept 



26, 1862 
mustered 
26, 1862 
26, « 
26, " 
26, " 
26, " 
19, 1863 
8, 1864 

1, " 

26, 1862 



Capt'dat Cloyd Mountain, Va., May 

1». [864; wounded in arm. 
Capt'd at Cloyd Mountain, Va., May 

9. 1864; wounded in leg. 
Capt' at Cloyd Mountain May 9.'64; 

wounded in' both knees. 
Capt'dat Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864 

Vet. " " " " 



Capt'dat Clovd Mountain, Vs.. Mav 
9, 1864. 



At Charleston. W. Va., July 20, '62. 
At Guyandotte, " Jan. 14, " 



(i (( (i 

At Loup Creek, n 

Feb. 27, 1863. 

From hosp., Parkersburg Dec. 14, '63. 
At Meadow Bluffs, Va., May 30, 1864. 

Vet. Des'd from Meadow Bluffs. Va., 

1864. 
Vet. Des'd at Meadow Bluff, W. Va., 

1864. 
AtLo"up Creek, W. Va., July 15, '62. 



Aggregate, 101 men. 



240 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Oliver Thelpi Company "AY' Ninth Regiment West 

Virginia Volunteer Infantry, stationed in the field near Winchester Va., 

showing the condition of said company on the 1 4th day of November, 

1864 ' i ./■ therwith a complete record of the changes that have taken place 

since its organization. 

(Sign"/., Oliver Phelps, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Phelps, Oliver . .Capt., 

Gardner, Vinnin . 1st Sgt 

Gibbs, Archibald . 2d 

Roseberry, Jacob L. 3d 

McClure, John W. . 4th 

Ely, Alfred S. . . 5th 

Martin, Francis A. 1st Cor 

Lawrence, Charles . 2d 
Ross, Ephraim . . 4th 
Chamberlain, Jno. R. 5th 

Morgan, Daniel V. 7th 
Ames, William W. 8th 
Bell, Joseph P. . . Drumr 
Oringdorff, Henry . Wag'r 
AVatson, Anderson . Pr 
Anderson, Stewart . 
Adams, Robert H. . 
Adams, James \V. . 
Baker, David M. . 
( Jhamberlain, L. \Y. 
Cunningham, Henry 
Coleman, William . 
Conger, Elias D. 
Circle, John . . . 
Crook, George 
Dully, Lawson . . 
Elliott, Benjamin . 
Fisher, James P. 
Fulton, Geo. W. X. 
Gee, Moses S. . . 
Henkle, James R. . 
Haynes, John . . 
Hartshorn, John W. 
Hall, Alfred . . . 
Kearns, Thomas 
Lewis, Henry 1'. . 
W i Hi. ii 1 1 B. . 
lows, William D 
M'< lawley, < reo. W. 
McGraw, Hubert 
Mc( rraw, Francis M. 



When mustered 

into Bi l 



21 



Feb. 28 



34 Sept. 5 
28 
18 
29 
2S 
1 



Feb. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Jan. 



Feb 28, 
29 
29 



Jan. 
Feb. 



18 Jan. 

27 Feb. 

18 Mar. 

22 Feb. 

22 

22 

18 

20 

22 

14 

19 

20 

25 

17 

18 

17 

18 

30 

28 

27 

20 

25 

18 

23 

22 

2] 

17 
19 
19 



Sept. 
Feb. 



1 
29 
31 

28 

28 

28 

1 

1 

29 

28 

28 

29 

28 

29 

8 

29 



28 

July 23 

Feb. 29 

Jan. 1 

Feb. 28 

29 

28 

1 

28 

28 

28 

1 



Jan. 
Feb. 



Jan. 



L8 Feb. 
20 



2s 



Remarks. 



I QA9 M ; "' : '" '-'' '-' :1 ' organization of Go. 
J.OU.J p ro- ia( u. nay 2 , c,:i. rfce Bngle- 
man. Pro. to Oapt.. Sept. i. IBM, 
vice Engleman, resigned. 
i; Pro. to Bi rg't, Dec. I, 1862, rice J. 
T. Sutton, promoted. 
Pro to Sei ; l from Oorp t, rice itos..- 
berry, promoted, April, 1864. 

lSi;l Veteran. 



1862 

1864 

1862 
1864 



1862 



1864 



1862 

it 

1864 
1862 
1864 
1862 
1864 
1862 



isi'.l 

L862 

lsc.l 
L862 
1864 

1862 



1864 
L862 



Vet., wonnded at Gloyd Mountain, 

May 9, 1864, and again at Balltov n 

Ma; 26, 1864. 
Wounded and taken prisoner at 

Cloyd Mountain. May 11. 1SI14. 
Vi i , « led at l farm, not 

\,t n r.l tbrdut] Julj 20, 1864. 
Vet., w ided al Oedar Ore t, \ ■ . 

Oct. 19, i.i. and not yel 

for duty. 
Vet. wounded at BerryvlUe, Sept. 8, 

1864. 



Vet 



eran. 



Wonnded at Carters Farm, July 20, 

I m.i Nut able for duty 
Vet. Taken prissier at i:iovd Moun- 
tain. May 9. 1864. 
Vet., wounded at Winchester, Va 

Sept. 19, 1864. 
Vet., WMiiinled al l lovd Mountain, 
Va.. May 9, 1864. 



i, .1 ai Carti r - Farm, July 
20, 1864. 
Ali-eui. from wounds ree'd at Win 
Chester, July 24. LS64. 

Veteran. 



Recruit. 



Vet., wounded at Oloyd Mouutaiu, 
May 9, 1864. 



Recruit. 
Veteran. 



Veteran. 

Wounded >t "Oloyd Mountain, May 
9, 1864, not yet iet'd for duty. 



Vete 



ran. 

Wounded ai Bei 1 1 ( iii e, \ a., Sept, B, 

I Mil. 

i nder arresl An de ertlon, await 
ing sentence of t.. O, m. 



Veteran. 



Wounded, taken pi Isoner at Oloj ■! 

Mouutaiu, May 9, 1864, 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "E" Ninth Regiment Infantry — <'untinued. 



24] 





Bank. 


. ben mustered 

™ inl" - 


.i k*. 


Miller, William A. 


Priv. 


is 


Feb. 28 


1864 


' r'» Farm. 
IBM. 


Mulford, Enoa 0. . 


ii 




Mar. 






McMorris, Jas. M. < '. 


(< 


% 


Feb. 29, 


1864 


. 19, '84. 


Prudi Geo. W. 


k 


I'- 




" 


Veteran. 


Rodgers, Asahel 


u 


ll 




L862 




Smith, David . . 
Smith. Otis B. . . 
Sinclair, Thomas 


11 

I. 


3! 

U 
35 


29, 

1, 


1864 


■ 
■ i 

Supposi 

1864. 


Steven-, Elisha . . 


(( 




Feb. 


a 




Still, Henry . . . 
Tantory, Daniel 
Thomas, Eenderson 


(1 
II 


17 

20 


1 . 
1. 


u 
11 
<< 


ran. 

\vt., vroui 

■ 1864. 


Thomas, William . 


11 


19 


Feb. L5, 


u 


ait. 


Van meter, John H. 


(1 


28 




11 


Vetei 


Worlev, W.a. H. H. 
tzel, Martin M. 


<< 


L9 

11 


Jan. 1, 
Feb. 28, 


(1 

1862 




Weaver, Merchant . 


(C 


•2n 




18G4 


Vet., woun 


Wagoner. Edmund . 


11 


35 


Mar. 31, 


ii 


Veteran. 


Yager, Garrett . . 
Younger, Charles . 


I. 
(I 


22 

is 


Jan. 1, 

1, 


ti 

u 


Vet., wounded and 

Salem 1 


Younger, Charles H. 


" 


i:, 


y. 10, 


1862 


Recruit. 


Phelps, John M. . 
Engelman, William 


Oapt. 


11 
35 


Feb. 

28, 


a 


>!■(.. pro 
tin, Mav 2, 1861 


Rowly, Joseph V. . 
Lawhead, Joseph II. 

Vischargt >K 
German, Elihu . . 


2d [it., 

1st Lt. 

Corp'l, 


30 

J7 


28, 
28, 


ii 
ii 


Priv., pro. 
to 2d LI 

to Co. k 

Jan. 1, 1863. 

For dis., Nov. 12, '62 


Isenhour, James . . 


Priv. 


2i i 




ii 


Ap'l 7. 


Kearnes, Jesse . 


•■ 


20 


28, 


a 


AtU. S 


McMurry, Lindsey J 
Maloue, William . 


ii 


L8 

H 


28, 

28, 


ii 
ii 


For dis., Oct. 8, '62. 
Ap'l 7, '63. 


Rayburn, Henry H. 
Smith, Thomas W. 


u 


II 
11 


28, 


i. 


Mar. is, " 
Ap'l 7, " 


Thomas, James C. . 


ii 


11 


28, 


u 


ii ii 


Walker, Meshack . 


n 


38 


28, 


u 


it ii ii 


Whalen, James . . 


• 1 


16 


Oct. 30, 


11 


■n.Milroy, Not, 


Transferred. 

Angel, John 0. . . 
Dillon, Hiram B. . 
Gardner, Eljiah F. . 
Roseberrv, Robert S. 
Sutton, John T. . . 
Walker, George J. . 

Baker, Jacob . . 


tt 
II 

Serg't, 

u 
(1 


33 

1- 
:;:, 
24 
28 


Feb. 28, 
.31, 

Feb. 
2S 
28, 
28, 


II 

1863 

it 


1'ro. to 2.1 1,t. and assigned to dutv in 
1, 1862. 
II, 'i'li W. Va., M:ir. 17 
1. II. Davall. 

Trans. 
to non. 
• 

52. Trans. 

\ Ig. 1, C'J. trans. 
to non. com. -tall rolls. 


Priv. 


11 




■i 


Of wounds rcc'd in 


Baker, George . . 


(i 


18| 


Aug. 25, 


i. 





242 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company U E,'' Ninth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. 



Winn mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Chamberlain F. 
Gibbs, Abeleno 
Griffin, Isaiah 
Hill, Henry . 
Long, Benjamin 
Mitcheltree, David . 
Pugh, William T. . 
Rowley, William A. 
Sargeant, AVilliam D. 
Vincent, William Z. 

Deserted, 
West, Thomas . . 
Jones, David . . . 
Aggregate, 



Priv. 



Corp 
Priv. 

Corp 
Priv. 



18 Jan. 1,1864 
18 1, " 

17 Feb. 29, " 

18 28, 1862 

25! 



Killed in ac, Cloyd Mt., May9,'64. 



Of disease at Cumberland, Md., Dec. 
14, 18G2. 
OQ 1 QRA I Killed in ac, Cloyd Mt., May 9, '64. 

22 Jan. 1, " 

^1 Tuna 9 1 QR9,In U. S. Gen. Hosp., Gallipolis, O., 
_ 1 ■> UUfc! —I, lOUZl' s,>nt 1<I '«9 



Sept. 19, '62, 



Fpb 2Q 1 Sf)4 At ll0mc D - T accidental injury, 



29, 

28, 1862 

28, " 

29, " 



Of wounds rec'd in action, Aug. 19, 

1864. 
Killed in action May 9, '64, Cloyd Mt 



Sept. 14, 1864. 
May 3, " 

96 men. 



Return of Captain John W. Miller' 1 s Company li F" Ninth Regiment West 
Virginia Volunteer Infantry, stationed at Cedar Creek, Va., showing the 
condition of said Company on the 2,0th day of October, 1864, together ivith 
a complete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Miller, John W. 
Walker, George J. 
Smith, Snelling M 
May, Jacob . 
Cunningham, T. S. 
Donahue, Calvin 
Chancey, John 
Riley, Marion . 
Board, Absalom 
Harpold, John A. 
Anderson, Alexan'r 
Anderson, George 
Antill, Joshua . 
Board, James K. ] 
Branan, John S. 
Bullhart, John . . 
Bailes, John W. . 
Casto, Henry L. 
Cobb, Hildebert 
Carpenter, Solomon 
Crall, William . 
Campbell, George W 



ICapt. 


35 


1st Lt. 


31 


2d Lt., 


27 


1st Ser 


29 


5th " 


28 


Corp'l. 


33 


" 


20 


" 


22 


(i 


20 


a 


19 


Priv. 


20 


u 


18 


<( 


25 


(< 


20 


tt 


19 


it 


l,s 


(i 


18 


<i 


22 


it 


32 


n 


22 


it 


33 


<t 


18 



Nov. 



Feb. 



Jan. 
Mar. 

July 
Jan. 
Sept. 
Feb. 



30, 
4, 
21, 
29. 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
1, 
31, 
20, 

1, 

1, 

18, 

29, 

29, 



1861 

u 
n 

1864 



Must, out, Oct. 30,'64 



Veteran. 



Wounded at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 
1864. 

Veteran. 



1864 



1862 

I StM 



Vet., wounded near Winchester, Vi 
July 20, 1864. 



Vetei 



Ap'l 8, 1862 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "F," Ninth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



243 



Rank. 



When mastered 
into Ben Ice. 






Collins, Nathan 
Converse, Fank 
Chancey, Rossel 
Cobb, Joseph M. 
Dillion, William 
Ewing, Joel . . 
Grim, Hiram . . 
Grayson, William 
Giles, William II. 
Hershman, Joshua 
Horn, James E. . 
Horn, John H. P. 
Hood, Solomon . 
Hayman, Nelson 
Little, Mark . . 
Little, Willis. . 
Layne, Austin . 
Lyons, Joseph . 
Lloyd, Henry 
McGraw, William 
McGraw, John . 
Onail, William . 
Netz, William . 
Nicholas, Isaac R. 
Perkins, Leslie . 
Perkins, Ezra . 
Perkins, Henry G. 
Perkins, Martin 
Pierson, David N. 
Pierson, John A. 
Parsons, Charles 
Rhodes, Isaiah . 
Roush, Eli W. . 
Sherman, Curtis 
Smarr, John . N. 
Stout, Vincent A. 
Stout, Alfred D. 
Slaughter, Wm. R. 
Slaughter, John M 
Smith, Stewart . 
Shafer, Selathian 
Shafer, George . 
Tolley, John . . 
Thomas, Lemuel C 
Unrue, John . . 
Wayne, Leroy . 
Williamson, John M 
Wines, Thomas . . 



Priv. 



Corp'l, 



25 

is 
is 
2S 
33 
U' 
20 
2] 
18 
L9 
-ii 

22 
23 
20 
30 
26 
36 
40 
L8 
20 
22 
37 
30 
L8 

-' 
22 

23 
23 
'30 
20 
20 
19 
|30 
44 
|19 
20 
22 
2_ 
21 
:;n 

24 
2<> 
L9 
L9 

27 
26 
•IT 
18 



Ap'l 
May 
Feb. 



Ap'l 

Feb. 
Jan. 

Feb. 
Jan. 
Feb. 



Aug. 
Sept, 
Feb. 

Ap'l 

Feb. 
July 

Feb. 



Dec. 
Feb. 



Jan. 
Feb. 



Mar, 



24, 

1, 
25, 

17. 
29, 

29, 

2''. 
21, 
29, 

1, 

1, 
29, 

1, 
20. 
20, 
20, 
15, 

1, 
29, 
29, 
25, 
29, 

1, 

20, 
29, 
29, 

1, 
25, 

1, 
1, 

25, 
29, 
20, 
26, 
29, 
15, 
8, 
29, 
15, 
15, 
29, 



lsiil 

1864 
.i 

1862 
1864 



1864 



1862 



1864 



186 
1864 

1862 

1864 

1862 
ii 

1864 

it 

1862 
1861 
1864 

(4 

1862 
1864 
1862 

1864 



Sentenced by G. C. If. to work out 
hi- time :ii taxi labor. 



Veteran. 



Wounded at Berryville, Sept. 3, '64. 

Veteran. 



Wounded at Cloyd Mountain, 
9, 1864. 



Veteran. 

Veteran. 

Veteran. 



1, 1864 

1, " 

25, " 
29, " 
14, " 

26, " 



Veteran. 

Wounded near 
1884 

Veteran. 
Veteran. 



Wounded at Cloyd's Farm. Prisoner 
• 1864. 

Veteran. 



Veteran. 



Veteran. 



Wounded near Winchester, July 20, 
1864. 



244 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "J," Ninth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



8 'VVlii'ii mustered 



Wiues, Samuel . 
Chase, Owen G. . . 
Anderson, Edmund 
"Prisoners of War, 

Dodd, Stephen J. . 
Painter, Charles G. 
Westfall, Isaac W. . 
Dorsey, Marshal 
Nicholas, Lorenzo D 

Transferred, 
Canter, Jonas 
Canter, James . 
Ridenour, Benj. F 
Smith, David . . 
Webster. Milo . 

Died, 
Barnette, Aaron E 
Cook, Simeon T. 
Bishop, George . 
Hayman, Jeremiah 
Parr, William . 
Parsons, Eleazer 
Pringle, Daniel W. 
Rogers, William 
Rhodes, Jacob . 
Stout, Marcellus 
Sayer, David . . 
Smith, Jeremiah 
Douglas, Martin V 
Vandine, AVm. M. 
Anderson, Edmund 

Discharged. 
McGraw, Francis . 
McGraw, Benjamin 
Rogers, Samuel F. 
Shatto, Charles . 
Thomas, Elias A. 

Deserted, 
Bourn, John S. . 
Bourn, William . 
Brookins, Ithamer 
Davis, Amon . . 
Farley, John . . 
Fodge, William . 
Hughes, Elias D. 
Hughes, George F 
Lloyd, William . 
Oswalt, George . 



Corp'l, 
Capt. 
2d Lt. 

Serg't, 

Corp'l, 
Priv. 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 

Serg't, 
Priv. 



Serg't, 
Priv. 



Priv. 



Nov. 
Feb. 



Jan. 
July 

Feb. 



26, 1864 
30, 1861 
28, 1862 



Nov. 
June 
Feb. 



Dec. 
Feb. 



Dec. 



29, 

15, 

1, 

1, 

1, 

20, 
24, 
24, 
22 
15, 

17, 
29, 
17, 
20, 
24, 
29, 
25, 
15, 
26, 

8, 
22 

8, 
29, 
10, 



18G4 
1862 
1864 
1862 



1862 



Res'd Oct. 5, 1862. 

Died al Charleston, Sept. 12, 1862. 



Yet. Taken at Cloyd Ml.. May 9, 

L864. 
Taken at Fayettevllle, Vs., Sep. 16, 

1863. 
Vet. Taken at Cloyd Mt., May 9, 

1864. 
Taken at Cloyd Mt., May 9, 1864. 

Taken at Cloyd; Mt. May 9, 1864. 



To K, order Col. Skinner, Ap. 30,63. 



1861 
1863 
1862 

1864 

1861 

1862 



1864 
1861 



Feb. 24, 1862 

28, " 

28, " 

Dec. 15, 1861 

Feb. 28, 1862 



Aug. 25, 
25, 

Feb. 17, 
16, 
28, 

1, 

22, 

20, 

9, 

20, 



Ap'l 
Feb. 



At Gen. Hosp. at Gallipolis. Jan. 24, 
1863. 

At (ien. Hosp. at Guyandotto, Mar. 

1862. 
Killed at Carter's Farm, July :i0, '64. 

Died; wounded at Sunimersville, Sep. 

1, L862. 
U Winchester, of typhoid fever, 

Mar. 10, 1863. 
Killed at Carter's Farm, July 20, '64. 

Cloyd Mt., May 9, 1864. 

Died at Racine, Ohio, Nov. 20, '62. 

" Qnyandotfe, Mar. 15, '62. 

" Clarksburg Hos. June 5, '63. 

" Guyandotto, of measles. Mar. 
1862. 
A: Cloyd Mt. in hands rebels, in lit 

At Hartlnsburg, of a wound, July 

■J... [864 
At Guyandotto, of measles, .Mar. '62. 



For disability. 

By order of Gen. \Vadsworth, 
" Gen. Schenck. 
a ii ci 

" civil author'y 

At Charleston, Sept 12, 1862. 



Nov. 2, 1862. 

\i Quyandotte, April 1, 1862. 

Sept. 12, 1862. 
July 1, 

Near Ripley Landing, July U, 1864. 



July 1, 1862. 
May 28, 1863. 
Sept. 30, 1862. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company U F," Ninth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



245 



Names. 




5 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Oswalt, Tobias . . 


Priv. 


44 


Feb. 20, 1862 


Sept. 30, 1862. 


Oswalt, John . . 




L6 


Ap'l 20, " 


ii a a 


Smarr, Daniel . 


11 


44 


Dec. 24, 1861 


" 16, 1863. 


Sayre, David R. 


ii 


;,:, 


Feb. 22, 1862 


May 14, 1862. 


Shock, Jacob G. 


" 


23 


Aug. 1, " 


Sept. 12, " 


Stump, Benjamin H. 


c< 


20 


1, " 


" " " 



Aggregate, 120 men. 



Return of Copt. II. C McWhorter's Company "<?," of the <Ml< Uegiment W. V. 
Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Va., showing the condition 
of said Company on the %\st day of October, 1864, together with a complete 
record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. • 



Names. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Laughlin, Robert . 
Dobbins, George 
Nayes, Adelbert 
Riddle, Elijah M. . 
Timmel, F. P. . . 
Slaughter, F. M. . 
Rodabaugh, Jas. E. 
Meadows, Harrison 
Arnott, Wm. T. . . 
Argabrite, Jacob H. 
Bower, Daniel . . 
Badget, Shederic A, 
Bowyer, Andrew J. 
Coon, Anthony . . 
Chancey, William . 
Casto, David . . . 
Casto, Martin . . 
Casto, Pelly, P. . . 
Dicks, Stephen S. . 
Drummond, Joseph's 
Davis, Simon A. . 
Hall, James . . . 
Kelly, John N. . . 
Kelly, Blackburn . 
McCune, Hiram . . 
McCune, James . . 
Morris, John . . . 
McCune, Wm. H. C. 
Nicholas, Alexander 
Parsons, Benjamin B. 

31 



2d Lt. 
2d Ser 
4th " 
5th " 
1st Cor 
3d " 
8th " 
5th " 
6th " 
Priv. 



38 Mar. 
3G 

23 Jan. 
18 Feb. 

24 Mar. 
25 

22 Feb. 
21 Mar. 
L2 

33' 

20 Feb. 

38 

23 

22 

18 

20 

25 

41 Mar. 

39 Dec. 
20 Jan. 
20 Mar. 
18 

20 
22 

26 
20 

23 Feb. 
.37 Mar. 



Mar. 



Feb. 



1, 

1, 

29, 
1, 
9, 
1, 
1, 

1, 

29, 

1, 

1, 

31, 

29, 

29, 

1, 

1, 

1, 

29, 

29, 

1, 

9, 
1, 

1, 

1, 

1, 
1, 

1, 
31, 

29, 

31, 



1862 
ii 

1864 

it 

1863 
1862 

i i 
(I 

1864 
1862 

1864 

(( 

it 

1862 

it 

1864 
ii 

1862 
1861 
1864 
1862 



1864 
1864 



Slightly wounded at Berry ville, Sept. 



Severely wounded at Winchester, Va. 

July i0, 1864. 
Slightly wounded in band, at Cloyd'i 
, Farm, Ta. May 9, 1864. 



uuded in head, at Cloyd's 
Farm. ' 



Severe wound in side, at Cloyd'a 
Farm, Va.. May 9, 1864. 

Severe wound in bond, at Winches- 
ter, July J 

Severe wound in thigh, at Winches- 
ter. July 20, 1864. 

Slight wound in head, G 
Farm, May 9, 1864. 

Wounded in hand at Meadow Bluff, 
May :>3, 1864. 



Severely wounded in thigh, at Clovd 

Mountain, May 9, 1864. 
Slightly wounded in shoulder, at 

Winchester, Sept. 19, 1864. 



Severely wounded in both arms, at 

i s Farm. May 9, 1864. 
Severely wounded i n breast at Cloyd's 
Farm, May 9, 1864. 



246 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "6?," Ninth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When m 
iutu Ben ice. 



Remarks. 



Romnie, Benjamin F. Priv. 
Samples, Hiram . . | 
Sanson, Davidson . 
Snider, Nimrod . 
Townsend, Eliott 
Taylor, Stephen Jr. 
Taylor, Wm. P. . , 
Taylor, Stephen Sr. 
Wilson, Wm. R. . 
White, Bar well S. 
McCoy, Lemuel . . I 
Hickel, Selathiel S. 
Carpenter, Williams) 
Crawford, John E. . 
Haley, John D. . . 
Jams, Wesley . . 
Jarvis, Thomas . . 
Arnott, Henry M. . 
Hardway, John . . 
Crawford, Wm. A. . 
Jarvis, Solomon . 
Schoolcraft, Aaron . 
Schoolcraft, John A. 
Janes, Lewis . . . 
Walker, John C. . 
Burkhamer, Geo. W. 

Discharged, 
McWhorter, H. C. . Capt. 
Davis, Edward . . Priv. 
Doherty, Henry C. 
Janes, Daniel 

Casto, Washington 

Douglass, Elisha 

Casto, John B. . 

Davis, James S. . 

Epling, Leonard J. 

Janes, Eli . . 

West, Thomas . 

Wilson, Azariah F, 
Transferred. 

McCoy, Joseph E. 

Stump, Henry . 
Died, 

Riley, Randolph 

Bamhouse, John T 

Casto, David D. B. 

Douglass, James 

Hall, Andrew J. 



19 
18 
12 
24 
20 
25 
20 
41 

23 

35 
21 

22 
L8 
L8 

118 

120 
22 

|19 
18 
18 
18 
19 
18 
18 
18 
29 

25 
44 
20 
21 
43 
30 
22 
22 
43 
43 
29 
25 

23 

43 

43 
20 
22 
21 
20 



Mar. 1, 1862 
1, " 
1, " 
Feb. 29, 1864 
29, " 
29, " 
29 " 
Mar. l', 1862 
Feb. 29, L864 
Mar. 1, 1S62 

1, " 
29, 1864 

9, 1863 

9, " 
29, " 

7, 1864 



Feb. 
Ap'l 
Feb. 



Jan. 



7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 

7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 



Slightly wounded in hand at Win 
July 20, 1864. 



Slightly wounded three times, foot, 
head and side. 



Wounded iu head, at Cloyd's Farm. 
May 9, 1861. 



Wounded in face at Halltown, Va. 
Aug. 26, 1864. 



Severely wounded in thigh at Clovd'J 
Farm, May 9, 1861. 



Severely wounded at Fisher's Hill, 
Va., Sept. 22, 1864. 



Severelv wounded at Halltown. Va., 

Aug. a, • 



Mar. 1,1862 
Sept. 30, 1861 
Mar. 1, 1862 

1, 

Sept. 30, 1861 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30 " 
Mar. 1, 1862 
Sept, 30, 1861 
Dec. 9, 1861 

Mar. 1, 1862 
1, " 

h " 
1, " 
1, " 
Sept. 30, 1861 
Mar. 1, 1862 



For wounds ree'd near Petersburg, 
Va, 

Ex. term of service. 

For disability. 



Ex. term of service. 
it ,( a 

For disability. 

U II 

(1 II 

Ex. term of service. 

To Co. K, nth VT. Va. Inf. 
(i u u 

Of disease. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Ninth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



247 






Bank. 



When mustered 



Remarks. 



Wright, John B. 
Wright, William A 

r W. 

el . 

Riddle, Van B. B. 
But ler, Andi' 
Cobb, James . 
Wetzel, Wm.B. . 
Murry, Henry F. 
Haley, Wm. 0. . 

: >right, Jacob L 
. M. 
Hart, James . . 
Jones, John . 
McMullen, John 
Branon, Wm. H. 
Rohnbough, James 
Prisoners of Ji'<//\ 
Douglass, Peter . 
Bonnett, Perry Or. 
Beezle. John . 
Hardway, Wm. P. 
Schoolcraft, P. F. 
Hard way, Daniel B 
Laughlin, Alva L 

Desi 
Sayes, John \V. . 
Sleeth, James E. 
Cummings, Hugh A 
Cox, David . . . 



Priv. 



Corp'l, 

Priv. 
(t 

1st Lt- 
Serg't, 
Corp'l, 
Priv. 

list Ser 
Priv. 

Corp'l, 
Priv. 



39 Mar. 
L8 

22 Mar 

29 Jan. 

20 Feb. 

23 Mar. 

21 Mar. 

27 

43 

1- Mar. 
IS Jan. 
20 Feb. 

18 Mar. 

40 Jan. 

20 Feb. 

21 Mar. 

21 

1- _ 
29 Dec. 



1, 

1. 

1, 

7, 

29, 

1, 

3, 

1, 

1, 

29, 

29, 

29, 

1, 

7, 

29, 

1, 



•f disease. 



1864 

1862 
1864 

1862 
1864 

«. I 

1862! 
1864 



1862 
1864 
1864 



I ut Cloyd's Firm, 
M:iy 8 

• •ase. 



Of wounds ree'd at Fayettevllle, W 

Va. 
Of wounds reed at Hnlliown, Aug 

Killed In ac, Cloyd Farm, May9,'64 



u Halltonn, Aug.26,'64. 

<i Cloyds F m, May 9,'M 

u Winchester July 20,'64 

Roane Co., W. Va , 
Sept. 13, 186;*. 
Killed in ac., Cloyd Farm, May 9,'64 



Severely wounded and left in bands 
of enemy, Uaj 
"I QA9 Sev. wounded; left in enemy's bands. 

1 Qp.A Severely wounded and left in hands 
x, lout or enemy. Mayfl 

Severely wounded and left in hands 
or enemy. May B 

>uudcd hi; 1 lei 
, May 9 
Sev. wounded May 23, 1863. 



29 



1, " 



9, 1861 



Aggregate 103 men. 



Remrd of Lieut. John W.Johnsoyi's Company lt H" of the 9th Regiment West 
Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Cedar Creek, Va., .showing the 
condition of said Company on the 3\st day of 'J'tober, 1864, together with a 
complete record of the changes thaf n place si7ice its organization. 

{Signed,) John W. JoQ.vsox, Lieut, commanding Company. 



Rauk. 



When di 



Remarks. 



Johnson, John W. 
Hiltbruner, S. C. 
Smith, Michael A. 
Markins, Cornelius 
Corn, Peter . . 
Clark, Anthony W, 



lstLt. 35 Mav 14, 1864! p, S a , ; 1 M I ^ Jan - 23 ' -£3 ' tol " tu - 

2d Lt. 21 Oct" 8, •• Pro Oct. 8, 1864. 

IstSer. 23 Ap'l 30, 1862 «'°<">1«l*ay 9, •«, not returned. 

Serg't, 21 Jan. 1, 1864 Vet - W0UDdcdMay9, ' 64notr "' d - 

" ' 20 Mar. 3', 

Corp'l, ,32.Feb. 29, 



Vet., wounded Sept. 3, 1861. 
May 9, 



248 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "//," Ninth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



NlUll'-*. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
into sen La 



Remarks. 



Lambert, Amos . 
Massie, Loudon . 
Darling, James C. 
Woolum, Daniel 
Gossett, David . 
Anderton, Abner 
Blair, Andrew T. 
Blair, James . . 
Ball, George . . 
Ball, James N. . 
Blankinship, And. J 
Boggs, Robert L. 
Boyd, Hugh . 
Blankinship, And'w 
Brown, Alfred . 
Clark, Rolland . 
Carson, James . 
Clark, Anthony . 
Clark, Harvey . 
Corn, John . . 
Douthit, Wm. H. 
Dillom, Hiram B. 
Eaches, Henry W. 
Estes, Reuben . 
Furgeson, Floyd 
Foster, Charles K. 
Folkner, George W 
Forbush, John H. 

Fitzer, Joseph . 
Gouldsburg, Hugh 
Gates, Francis . 
Hunt, Willis . . 
Howard, Clark . 
Ilankins, William 
Higgins, Reuben 
Johnson, George W 
Jenkins, Thomas J. 
Jacks, Levi . . 
Jacks, Alexander. 
Kelly, William R. 
Knapp, Samuel P. 
Lucas, William . 
Massie, Ganes P. 
Markin Ebenezer W 
McVicker, Hilroy 
Markin, Richard 
Miller, Clinton . 



Corp'l, 



Priv. 



Jan. 



1 

1 
1 
1 

o 
O 

3 

30 
30 

:n> 

30 

30 

30 

30 

16 

1 

1 

Mar. 31 



Mar. 
Ap'l 



May 
Feb. 
Jun. 



Aug. 

Ap'l 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Ap'l 



Aug. 
Ap'l 



22 Jan. 1 
24 Ap'l 30 
22 Sept. 15 



18 Ap'l 

18 

28 

20 

20 

27 

■1\) 

27 

20 



Jan. 



Mar. 
Feb. 



Jan. 



Feb. 
Ap'l 



30 
30 

30 
1 
1 
1 

31 
29 
29 

1 
1 
1 

1 
29 
30 



1864 



1862 



1863 
1864 

it 

1864 
1863 
1862 
1364 

1863 

ls.il 
1862 



1863 
it 

1864 
1862 

1st;:; 
1862 

1864 



Vet., wounded Sept. 19, 1861. 

May 9, 1861, not ret'd. 
•' Aug. 26, " 

Veteran. 

Vet., wounded May 9, 1864, not ret'd, 

Veteran. 

Wounded May 9, '64, not returned. 



Wounded May 9, '64, not returned. 



Wounded May 9, '64 



Vet., wounded May 10, '64, .by acci- 
dent. 
Vet., wounded Oct. 19, '6*. 



May 9, " 



Wounded Aug 26, '64, not returned. 

Recruit. 
Veteran. 

Wounded May 10, '64, by accident. 



Veteran. 



1864 



1862 



Wounded May 9, '64. Pri3. of war. 
Pris. of war since Feb. 5, 1864. 



Wounded May SO, '64, bj accident. 
Des'd Oct. 23, '61, from' hospital at 
Galllpoll 

Veteran. 

Wended July 20, '64, not returned. 
Prls, of war, reported to have died. 



Wounded May 10,'64 



Wounded July 20, '64, not returned. 
u Oct. 19, " " 



Wounded Aug. 28. '64, not returned. 



Supposed to have been killed, Sept. 
19, 1864. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ■11," Ninth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



249 









When n 
Into w 



R 



ning, James P 
■i 
•erl ]•:. . 
e. Richard . 
Neal, John 

tries 
Redden, Joseph . 
Shuttuck, Simeon N 
Sowards, Martin 
Shumate, John W. 

ight, Lewis . 
Teel, William J. 
Teel. John W. . 
Webb, Alexander 
Wood, John A. . 
Wintz, Lewis 
Waugh, 11 nam . 
Webb, John A. . 
Willis, John . . 
Willis, Edward . 
Wheeler, Joseph C 
Payne, Uriah 
Hoover, James V. 
Wilgus, Daniel . 
Discharged, 
Wheeler, Joseph R. 
< 'lark, Samuel R. 
m, Win. L. . 
Petit, Samuel . 
Vitetoe, Anderson 
Brooks, William 
Windall, John H. 

ier, John 
Fillinger, Samuel 
Lane, John M. . 
( 'raw lord. Henry 
Burns, John H. . 
11 uggins, John A. 
Howard, Westley 
Powell, William E. 
Lunstord, William 
Payne, William W. 
Felix, Arnold . 

Transferred, 
Hayslip, Gary B. 
Cheeseman, Alex. 
Wood, James E. 



Priv. 



Capt 

1st Ser 
2d Ser 

Mus'n, 
Priv. 



Serg't, 

Priv. 



A P l 
Feb. 
Aug. 
Ap'l 



Mar. 
Sept. 
Feb. 

Ap'l 

Jan. 



M~ 



ar. 



Feb. 



16, 
1, 
1. 

30, 

1, 

31, 
29, 
30, 
30, 
31, 

16, 
16, 
30, 
30, 
1, 
1, 
31, 
28, 
16, 



1863 

L864 

ii 

1862 
1864 
1863 



L864 
L863 



1862 
ii 

1864 
it 

1863 



Ap'l 
Feb. 
Ap'l 



Aug. 
Feb. 



29, 

17, 
30, 

29, 
2 ), 

31, 

16, 



1863 

1862 
1863 



1862 
1863 



Ap'l 30, 1862 



ir. 

Prls. ofwi 

Sick In hosp. at Gallipot!*, O. 



In military prison, Who 



Woundc 1 

Disc'd Aug. 31, '64. 



Wounded Mnv!>. '64. I'r 



Wounded May 9, '64. Prls. of war. 

Res'd Oct. 7, 1862. 

Sot. 10. '61, never 
reported to the regiment. 

Res'd Oct. 17, 1862. 
" Jan. 20, 1863. 



July 11, 1S62, at Gallip 

iog.M, 1862, ■< Gamp Chase, O. 



Dec. 8,1862, Galllpoli--, O. 

Aug. 14, 1862, Camp Chi 

March 12, 1«63, Galllpolis, O. 

April 20, 1SC3, Convalescent Camp, 

Va. 
June 2, 1864, Gallipolis, O. 






By promn to 1st Lt. of Co. D, 9th 
Regim 

:. to Co. C, 9th Va. Beg. 

By prom'nin 12th 



250 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "i7," Ninth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Karnes. 



Rank. 



\\ ben mustered 

intoaci \ i< e. 



Died, 

Lawhorn, James 
Lunsford, Pleasant 
Massie, James . 
Moloy, John . . 
Vittoe, Wm. . . 
Sines, George 
Bragg, David C. 
Coughman, John H 
Foreman, John 
Null, George . 
Burns, Seabird 
Myers, James 
Nance, George 
Effingham, John 
Anderten, Edmund 
Allen, William . 
Markin, Charles W 
Shumate, Benj. F. 
Wilson, Solomon 
Carens, Joseph . 
Barnett, Thomas 
Shattuck, Reuben 
Shumate, Geo. W. 
Massie, Harvey 
Felix, Warner . 
Simpson, Chas. W. 
Smith, Wm. G. . 
Karr, OthoW. . 

Edens, Wm. A. . 
Adkins, Wm. J. . 
Clark, John . . 
Dean, Samuel 
Ferrell, Judeon . 
Ferguson, James 
Ferguson, Jesse . 
Hat held, Benj. . 
Swanagar, G. L. 
Walters, William T 
Wilson, William 
Adkins, Joseph 
Blair, Joseph . 
Bruce, Win. . 
Estus, Daniel 
Rubel, Charles 
Adkins, Wm. H 



Priv. 



Serg't, 
Priv. 

Corp'l, 
Priv. 



Capt., 
2d Lt 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



Ap'l 30, 1862 

30, " 

• 30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

81, 
1, 

1, 

1, 
31, 
15, 
30, 

1, 
31, 



Aug. 
Jan. 



Mar. 
Oct. 
Ap'l 
Jan. 

Mar. 



Killed In action, Nov. 10, 1861. 



1864 



1863 
1862 
1864 



Ap'l 


30, 


" 


Feb. 


27, 


" 


Oct. 


1, 


1863 


May 


1, 


1864 


Mar. 


31, 


1864 



In Richmond, Ta., Dec. 11, 1864. 

Of fever, Ap'l 30,'62. 

At Tarboro, X. C., June 1, 1862. 

Of fever, Sept. 3, '62 
" " Nov. 3, " 
" '• " 6, " 

" " Oct. 2, " 
" " Feb. 24/63 
" drapsy, Nov. 13, " 

Vet. Killed ill action, May 9, 1864. 



■Tune 3, 1864, of wounds. Vet. 
Aug. 9, " 

Killed in action, July 20, 1864. 
Aug. 11, 1864, of wounds. Vet. 

• 20, ' 

Sept. 2, 1864, cf wounds. 

Killed Sept. 3, 1864. 

Of wounds ree'd in action, July 26, 

1864. 
Killed in action, Aug. 20, '64. 

Prisoner of war, wounded May 9, '64. 
Volunteer In 8th Va. Vol. 

Enl'd in 75th O. V. I. 

u u 5th W. Va. Vol. Inf. 

Ocs'd and enl d In 2d W. Va. Cav. 

Enl'd in IstW.V.Cav 



i c 158th New York Inf. 

Missing in action, Sept. 13, 1832. 

fcpp'6" lal T.t. Wounded Nov. 18, 1861, 
never returned. 

Des'd Jan. 1, 1862. 



Ap'l 30, 1862 
24 Aug. 3, 1863 



Oct. 6, " 
Nov. 10, 1861. 
2, 1863. 



TTAXT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
■<!/•■]/." Ma'' I Infantry— Continued. 



251 






Rank. 



When D 



i 



Adkins, Wm. 
Berry, John W. . 
. Robert 
Payne, Matthew 
Spears, Preston . 
Aggregate,.. 



Priv. 



ig. 3, 1863 

! 
28 _ 



Dea'dNov.2, 1363. 
• July 13, 
•• " " 11. 
" Oct. 12, 1861. 



45 Ap'l 30, 1862 " 



sentence of G. C. 11.. Mar. 



.148 men. 



Return of Captain Wm. P. Pratt's Company "I," 9th Ueg\ ' Vir- 

lunteer Inj Creek, 7a., si con- 

f said company on the Slst day of October, 1864, together with a 
complete record of the ch ■ place since its organization. 

ied,) Sii.man Andre, Herg't Commanding Company. 



Names. 


Bank. 


it 

< 


When inn-' 
into service. 


Remarks. 


• 

Riggs, Samuel T. . 


1st Ser 




Jan. 1, 1864' 


Vet., taken pris. at Cloyd Mountain, 
i. In parole camp, An- 
napolis. 


Silman, Andre . . 


3erg't, 




Ap'l 30, 1862, 


_ 


Grubb, Willam . . 


(i 




Mar. 31, 1864 


Veteran. 


Hard, William . . 


Corp'l, 


i: 


31. " 


it 


Grubb, John M. . . 


(i 




qi tt 


ii 


Waters, William 


.. 




Jan. 1, 1864 


Vet., wounded at Cloyd Mountain. 
Left in hands or enemy. 


Knight, Leonard . 


<( 




Aug. 12, 1862 


Recruit, wounded at Berryrille, Sep. 


Grubb, Americus V. 


u 


-2 


Mar. 30, 1864 


Veteran. 


Ward, Daniel . . 




21 


Feb. 29, " 


a 


Pope, George L. 


it 




Mar. 30, " 


it 


Barbour, John W. . 


Priv. 




Ap'l 30, 1862 


_ 


Bovd, Mandruville 


it 


21 


Feb. 29, 1864 


Veteran. 


Bradshaw, Wm. T. . 


tt 


21 


29, " 


Vet., wounded in (high near Hall- 
town. Aug. 26, 1SW. 


Blake, Frederick . 


tt 




Aug. 12, 1862 


_ 


Burdette, Samuel . 


tt 




Oct. 10, " 


Des'd Oct. 29, 1864. 


Collins, Allen . . 


it 


L8 


Feb. 16, 1864 


Recruit. 


Coughlin, John . . 


it 


21 


Ap'l 30, 1862 




Emerson, James . . 


ti 


39 


30, " 




Earl, Jesse P. . . 


it 


21 


Jan. 1, 1S64 


Veteran. 


Early, John S. . . 


tt 




1, " 


Vet., wouuded in leg at Clovd Moun- 
tain. Va.. May 9. 1664, and left in 
hands or the enemy. 


Earl, David . . . 


tt 




1, " 


Veteran. 


James K. . . 




18 


Feb. 29, 1864 


Recruit. 


Earl, James . . . 


tt 




. " 


it 


Estep, David J. . . 


it 




. " 


Veteran. 


Eves, Thomas M. . 


tt 




Ap'l 30, 1862 


_ 


Flowers. John R. . 


ii 


47 


30, " 


_ 


Lett, John . . . 


ii 




30, " 


_ 


Lett, Joseph . . . 


tt 




30, " 


Wounded in side at Cloyd Mountain, 
Mar 9, ■ 


Mayo, Joseph . . 


tt 




,8ept. 1, 1863 





252 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "J," Ninth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



N:i s. 



Rank. 



\\ in ii mustered 
into Bervice. 



Remarks. 



McComas, P. N. . 
Moore, Alexander . 
Newman, Payton . 
Plybon, Lewis . . 
Porter, Lewis . . 
Roberts, James P. . 
Smoot, Lafayette . 
Smith, William A. . 
Stephenson, Henry 
Seites, Thomas J. . 

Toppin, William . 
Workman, Thomas . 
Workman, S. G. P. 
Workman, Jasper . 
Workman, Newton 
Wade, William . . 
Welks, George W. . 
Webb, John B. . . 
Cunningham, J. C. . 
Hatton, Francis M. 

Discharged. 
Bratton, Allen T. . 
Pratt, William P. . 
Craig, James . . . 
Hunter, George W. 
Turner, William 
Black, Jacob . . . 
Ray, Eli T. . . . 
Lett, William . . 
Gildea, Patrick . . 
Barbour, John W. . 
Coe, Thomas . . . 
McDaniel, James . 
Ratliff, Ephraim 
Carter, Hugh B. 
Drake, Osburn T. . 
Carter, Lemuel P. . 
Ray, Theodore A. . 
Flowers, George W. 
Sheppard, John B. . 
Jarroll, John F. 
Peterman, Ralph . 
Davis, Manor 
Winters, Daniel 
Dean, Jacob F. . 
Winchell, Henry 
Ward, Charles . 



Priv. 



Capt. 

1st Lt. 
2d Lt. 
Capt., 
Priv. 



Serg't, 
Priv. 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 

Corp'l, 
Priv. 
Serg't, 
Priv. 



24 

30 
21 
21 
27 
20 
21 
21 
24 
26 

1 

18 

2] 

30 
29 
21 
24 
30 
31 
27 

32 

Q 

.ill 

53 

47 
18 
24 
25 
26 
30 
18 
18 
25 
18 
31 
23 
24 
:;•.) 
44 
30 
19 
31 
2:; 
23 
L8 



Mar. 
Jan. 
Ap'l 
Jan. 

Oct. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Ap'l 



Feb. 
Ap'l 



Feb. 
Ap'l 
Not 
Jan. 
Feb 



31, 1864 

1, " 

30, 1862 
1, 1864 

1, " 
10, 1862 

1, 1864 
29 " 
30* 1862 
30, " 

30, " 

29, 1864 

30, 1862 
30, " 
30, " 
16, 1864 
30, 1865 

mustered 
1, 1864 
29, " 



Veteran. 



Veteran. 



Wounded at Carter's Farm ; left fore 
finger shot off, July 20, 1864. 

Veteran. 



WViimiitMl 'at Cloyd Mountain, left In 
hands of enemy, left arm broken, 
May 9, 1864. 



Veteran. 



Recruit. 

Wounded slightly in left side at Cloyd 

Mountain, May 9, 1864. 
In prison at Wheeling. W. V., work- 

"ug out sentence of G. CM. 



Feb. 3, 1863 



Ap'l 



Jan. 
Feb. 



30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 

1, 
29, 



1862 



1864 



Veteran. 



Res'd Feb. 7, 1863. 
Dis'd Oct. 27, 1864. 

Resigned bv reason of disability. 
Oct.9, L864. 

Res'd Feb. 7, 1863. 

Deserted and dishonorably dismissed 
June 15, 1862. 

For dis., Aug. 7, '62. 

At Camp Chase, O., for disability, 

Bept.«, 1862, 
Ai Winchester, fur disability, March 

17, 1863. 

For dis., Mar. 17, '63. 

At Gallipolis, O., ux. term of serv. 



At Winchester. Ap'll, 1863, disab'y. 

•• Gallipolis, O., Dec.9, '62, " 

At Cedar Creek, Ta., Oct. 29, '64, ex. 
term of Berv. 

Frem hospital at Gallipolis. 

At Cedar Creek, Va., Oct. 29, 1864. 



■ lis, O., of fever, Oct. 26, 
1862. 
At [few York, paroled prisoner. 

At Winchester, Va., Fab. » 

Killed at Cloyd Mouutain, May 9, '61. 



Vet., wounded at Cloj i Mtl 

enemy's bauds, May 9, 1864. 
Vet. Killed at Carters Farm, Va., 
July 20, 1861. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "I." Ninth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



253 



N.l! 


Bank. 


bt 
< 


When in ti - 1 
into Bei \ Ice. 


Bi marks. 


Brooks, George . . 


Priv. 


21 


Jan. 


1, 


1864 


Wi.. tro iwn, v.-i. 
Dii ISepI 12 ISM 


Davis, Christopher C. 


(< 


Lit 


Mar. 


11, 


■■ 


Recruit. Died or > 
vllle. 


Bennes, Martin . . 


a 


3(i 


Feb. 


29, 




■ at Cloyd 
Mountain, Mai 9, i-'.i 


Missing, 














MeComas, John . 


" 


27 




29, 


a 


At Lynchburg, Va.,Jum 1'. • I Ve\ 


Miller, Isaac . . . 


" 


22 


Ap'l 


30, 


1862 


u it it 


Stanley, John . . 


a 


31 - 


30, 


(( 


At Winchester, July 24, 1864. 


Pigman, Richard 


<< 


2] 


Jan. 


1, 


1864 


ii it ii 


Deserted, 














Adkins, Sylvester . 


(I 


28 


Not mustered 


At Guyandotte, W. Vu., Jan. 22,'G'.! . 


Blankenship, Jesse 


u 




" 




(. 


ii ii ti 


Cauley, Samuel . 


" 


29 


it 




a 


ii .. Dec. 20, 1861. 


Donahue, Alexander 


" 


27 


it 




" 


u .. Jan.. 22, 1862. 


Davis, John . 


(I 


23 


a 




it 


,. 


Eplin, 'William . . 


(1 


30 


" 




" 


ii u 


Hobbs, Jesse C. . . 


■ 1 


21 


Ap'l 


30, 


1S62 


At Hurricaue Bridge, W. Ya., Juno 
SO. 1862. 


Hobbs, John P. . . 


11 


23 




30, 


, ( 


At Hurricane Bridge, June 30, 1862. 


McGuire, Stephen . 


" 


:;i 






_ 


idotte, Jan. 22, 1862. 


Stanley, Samuel . . 


(1 


35 


Ap'l 


30, 


1862 


ii u June 10, " 


• n, James . . 


(1 


25 








ii ii Dec. 19, 1861. 


Aldridge, James M. 


(C 










At Hurricane Bridge, July 28. 1862. 


Rutherford, Geo. H. 


(I 


22 


Ap'l 


30, 


1862 


1 I., " 19, " 


Brown, Edward . . 


( t 


18 




30, 


II 


AtGaulcy Bridge, Sept, 21, 1862. 


Guthrie, William . 


II 


48 




30, 


( ( 


At Coal's Mouth, Oct. i, 1862. 


"Ward, Israel . . . 


II 


18 




30, 


<i 


At Pt. Pleasant, Oct. 30, 1 362. 


Perdue, St. Luke . 


II 






30, 


u 


ii u ii 


Burdette, Samuel . 


II 


L8 


Oct. 


10, 


" 


At Cedar Creek, Oct. 2-, 1 


Aecreeate.- 




_ 100 men. 





Return of Lieut. Youthless Pullins 1 Company "2T," ofthedth Regiment West 
Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, I show- 

ing the condition of said company on the 20th day of October, 
together irit/i a complete recordofthe changes that have taken place since its 
organization. 

ied.) Stephen C. Hiltburner, Lieut. Commanding Company. 



Names. 



Rank. 



V 


When mustered 


< 






Sept. 17, 1861 




Oct. 1, 1863 




Apd 30, 1862 


27 


30, " 


33 


30, " 


27 


30, " 


34 


30, " 


61 


30, " 



Hi marks. 



Boggess, Thomas . I 
Rollins, Adonijah W 1st Lt 
Rhodes, George . . !2d Lt 
Lawhead, Joseph H. 1st Sg 
Pullins, Youthless . : ' 
Fulmer, Silas . . 
Rollins. Cyrus H. t ' 
Minturn, James C. . I ' 
32 



,rv, June 
Pro. to Capt., June 12, 1864. 

i account of disability, 

Jan. 20 
Trans, to Co. E, 9th Reg. V. I., and 

Pro. to 2d Lt., Jan. 1 
Pro. to 2d Lt., Jan. 20, l^-i. 



Died on march from Dublin Depot 

v Bluff. 
Disc'd on account of disability, Ap 1 
13, 1863. 



254 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "A*," Ninth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Rank. a 



g When mustered 
into sen Ice. 



Remarks. 



Graham, Hugh . 
Shin, Charles 
Stewart, N. F. . 
Rollins, John W. 
Gillaspie, J. Y. . 
Fulmer, George W 
Sines, Lewis . 
Webster, Milo . 
At ha, Jacob 0. . 
Amos, Enos . 
Atha, Jacob S. . 
Aschraft, Nathan 
Bean, Joseph . . 
Buckbee, John . 
Buckbee, James . 
Conoley, John B. 
Chapman, H. J. . 
Canter, Lewis G. 
Canter, James . 
Canter, Jonas 
Canter, Thomas . 
Canter, George W. 
Cotteral, Marion 
Donowho, Stewart 
Friend, Stewart 
Friend, Jonas . 
Fluharty, Ulysses 
Foster, Elias J. 
Gill. William 
Garlock, John 
Hawk, John H. 
Hought, John 
Hunter, Wm. H 
Hayden, Wm. H 
Hunter, Daniel 
Jones, James . 
Kennedy, Jasper M. 
Kelly, Henry T. 
Lyons, Hiram . 
Linville, C. H. . 
McKown, Isaac . 
McKown, John . 
Miller, Hampton 
Moore, Abraham 
Moore, Daniel V. 
McVicker, H. A. 
Matthias, John . 



Corp'l, 



Priv. 



33 Ap'l 

20 

21 

20; Feb. 

21 

24 

44 ; Ap'l 

20 1 

20 Feb. 

20 Ap'l 
24 
18 
39 
20 
19 
35 
20 
20 
37 
31 
27 
24 
44 
33 
4-1 
L8 
is 

26 
33 
18 
20 

21 Feb. 
18 Ap'l 
42" 
27 



Mar. 
Ap'l 

Mar. 
Feb. 
Ap'l 



Feb. 

Ap'l 
21 Mar. 
18 Ap'l 



Mar. 
Feb. 
Ap'l 



30, 
30, 
30, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
29, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
31, 
30, 
30, 
31, 
29, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
29, 
30, 
29, 
30, 
31, 
30, 
31, 
29, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 



1862 1 _ 

(I Prisoner of war. AVounded at Cloyd 

i Mountain. May 9. 1864. 
u Died at Sumruersvillc, Va., Sept. 10, 

1862. 

1864 Veteran. 

ti Vet., wounded at Clovd Mountain, 

May 9 18M. 
K Vet. Missing at Clovd Mountain, 

May 9, 1864. 

1862 _ 

Des'd May 30, 1863. 



1864 Veteran. 

"1 QflQ Killed atFisher's Hill, Va., Sept. 22, 



1 Rfid. ' Vct - Pris - of war wounded at Cloyd 
lOUl Mountain. May 9, 1864. 

1862 Des'd. July 17, 1864. 

1864 Veteran. 

1862 

Wounded at Lynchburg. 

Des'd Oct. 4, 1862. 

Under sentence G. C. M. at Wheel- 
ing. W. Va. 
Died at Petersburg, Va., Dee. 1, '62. 

Killed in Mason Co., W. Va. 

Deserted. Dec. 26, 1862, at Pt. Pleas- 
ant, w v.,. 
Disch'd for disability, Nov. 11, 1862. 



1862 



Died of wounds ree'd at Cedar Creek 
Oct. 14, 1864. 



Disch'd for disability, Mar. 14, 1863. 



1864!Veteran 

1862 

1864 

1862 

1864 

1862 

1864 



Veteran. 

Des'd Oct. 30, 1862. 

Veteran. 



1862 



Vet., wounded in neck at Clovd Mt., 
May 9, 1864. 

Veteran. 



Died at Gallipolis, O., Hosr., Nov. 
30, 1862. 



Wounded at Cloyd Mt., May 9, 1864. 



Des'd May 14, 1863. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "A"," Ninth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



255 



Names. 


Rank. 


- 


When Miiiitored 
int" >i n ii ■ - 


Remark-). 


Norris, Isaac M., . 


Priv. 


18' 


Ap'l 30, 1862 


Wounded near Cbarlcstown, Va. 


Nay, James H. jr. . 


" 


18 


30, " 


Des'd Ap'l 15, 1864. 


Pinick, Robert J. . 


II 


•J I 


Mar. 31, 1864 


Vet. Pris. of war since May 9, 1864. 


Riffle, David . . . 


II 


21 


31, " 


Vet., wounded at Cedar Creek, Oct. 
19, 1864. 


Rollins, Geo. F. . . 


II 


20 


Ap'l 30, 1862 


— — _ 


Raber, Christopher 


II 


19 


30, " 


Dishonorably discharged, drummed 
out of camp. Nov. 4 186.1. 


Randall, James A. . 


" 


is 


30, " 


Pris. or war siuce Feb. 3, 1834. 


Raber, William . . 


II 




30, " 


Dishonorably disch'd and drummed 
out of camp. 


Raber, Philip . . 


" 


20 


30, " 


Shot to deal h by sentence of O. C. 
m ii Payetteville, Nov. -27, 1864. 


Ridenour, Benj. F. . 


II 


21 


Mar. 31, 1864 


Veteran. 


Scbachte, Joseph 


II 


3:3 


Ap'l 30, 1862 


_ _ _ 


Stewart, Enoch . . 


II 


19 


30, " 


_ _ _ 


Smith, Henry . . 


II 


41 


30, ■' 


Wounded in battle at Carter's Farm, 
July in 


Shuman, David . . 


II 


18 


30, " 


Died at Winchester, Va., Mar. 8, '63, 
<>f pneumonia. 


Shuman, Eli . . . 


II 


20 


Mar. 31, 1861 


Veteran. 


Sharp, Jesse . . . 


II 


23 


Feb. 29, " 


Vet. Deserted July 1, 1864. 


Smith, David 


II 


is 


Ap'l 30, 1862 


_ _ _ 


Toothman, Josephus 


11 


20 


Mar. 31, 1864 


Veteran. 


Thomas, Samuel 


II 


2<) 


Feb. 29, " 


" 


Upton, William C. 


ll 


18 


Ap'l 30, 1862 


Pris. of war, May 9, 1864. 


Varner, Elias . . 


II 


r.» 


30, " 


Died at Gauler Bridge, of pneumo- 
nia, July 11, 1863. 


Vainer, Enos 


II 


L8 


30, " 




Varner, Asa . . . 


II 


20 


30, " 




Wilson, Jeremiah . 


It 


L9 


30, " 




Wilson, Sylvester . 


II 


18 


30, " 


_ _ _ 


Walker, James S. . 


II 


22 


30, " 




Wilson, Edgar C. . 


(1 


23 


30, " 




Wilson, Benj. T. . . 


" 


23 


Mar. 31, 1864 


Veteran. 


Youst, Lewis S. . 


« 


21 


Ap'l 30, 1862 


_ _ _ 


Blake, Henry . . 


II 


19 


Feb. 8, 1863 


Recruit. 


Howell, John . . 


II 


34 


8, " 


_ _ _ 


Hogan, James . . 


II 


or, 


8, " 


Killed in battle, July 20, 1864. 


Faucett, Wm. L. 


II 


L8 


8, " 


Missing in action, July 24, 
18 i4. 


O'Connell, James . 


It 


27 


8, " 


Drowned or deserted. 


Hysell, Joseph T. . 


II 


27 


8, " 


Recruit, now Hospital Stewart. 


Shuman, John D. . 


II 


43 


Aug. 31, 1864 


Recruit, wounded at Cedar Creek, 

Oct. Ill, 1~ :| 


Aggregate, _ _91 men. 





Memoranda : — The 9th Regiment W. Va. Infantry Vols, was 
commenced in September, 1F61, by the Hon. K. V. Whaley ; one 
company was organized and stationed at Guyandotte, Va., where it 
was attacked on the 10th of November by the command of the rebel 
Jenkins, and all were killed, wounded or captured, except three or 
four, after a gallant resistance of about one hour ; the rebel force 



256 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

being 1000 strong. About this time several other companies were 
being organized in the counties of Wood, Jackson, Mason and Roane 
under the direction of Lieut. Col. W. C. Starr; the whole being 
completed about the 28th of February, 1862, at Guyandotte, Va. 

This Regiment represents about 24 counties in West Virginia 
and a part of four counties on the border in Ohio. Left Guyan- 
dotte the last o{ February under command of Col. Skinner, and 
reported to Col. Lightburn of the 4th Virginia (now Brig. Gen.,) 
then commanding the District of Kanawha; two companies were 
stationed at Sommerville, Nicholas county, under Lt. Col. W. C. 
Starr, and on the 25th of July the Lt. Col., and the principal por- 
tion of the command was captured. The balance of the Regiment 
remained in the Kanawha Valley until the retreat of Col. Light- 
burn's forces, in September. During its stay in the Kanawha Val- 
ley, the Regiment did good service in scouting through the different 
counties in that portion of the State. Sept. 6th Col. Skinner 
resigned and I. II. Duval, (now Brig. Gen'l,) was commissioned by 
Governor Pierpoint to fill the vacancy. The regiment was then 
attached to the command of Gen'l Milroy, and in October moved 
with it to Beverly, Va. ; thence in the latter part of November to 
New Creek, W. Va., and marched from this point on the 6th of 
December under command of Brig. Gen'l Cluseret, via Petersburg, 
Moorefield, Lost River, Wardensville and Strasburg to Winchester! 
Virginia, arriving on the 24th day of December, 1862, being joined 
here by the remainder of Milroy's command on the 1st of January, 
1863 ; On the 8th of May was ordered to the Kanawha Valley again, 
proceeding by Rail Road to Clarksburg, W. Va. ; thence marched 
via Weston, through the counties of Lewis, Calhoun, Gilmer, Roane, 
Kanawha and Fayette to Fayetteville, W. Va., where it remained 
until May 2d, 1864. From this point, marched with Gen'l Crook's 
command to the Virginia and Tennessee Rail Road, striking the 
Road at Dublin Depot, May 9th, meeting a strong rebel force under 
command of Gen'l Jenkins at Cloyd Mountain, four miles from the 
Rail Road, and after a desperate battle defeated him, marched and 
took possession of the Rail Road at Dublin Depot same evening. 
This Regiment in this' battle carried the rebel breast works with 
bayonets, killing and wounding about 600 rebels and capturing 
over 200 prisoners and two pieces of artillery, losing 189 men, 45 
of whom were killed instantly. The color bearer, guard and Col. 
Duval, eleven in all, mounted the works a short distance in advance 
of the line, every one of whom were killed or wounded except Col. 
Duval. Twenty-one men were killed under and around the colors 
of the Regiment, nine of this Regiment, and twelve rebels, the 
enemy having made a desperate effort to capture them. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 257 

In this battle the rebel Gen'l Jenkins received his death wounds, 
and that too, by the same men he had captured and so cruelly 
treated at Guyandotte, Va.; on the next day marched to, and 
engaged the enemy at New River Bridge, routing him and destroy- 
ing the bridge, marching thence through the counties of Fayette, 
Raleigh, Giles and .Montgomery and back to Meadow Bluffs in 
Greenbrier county. A-fter resting here a few days marched for the 
ington and Ohio Rail R iking the same at Millboro in 

Bath County, thence to Staunton, joining the command of Gen'l 
ter, and marched with him via Lexington to Lynchburg, 
iting in the engagement at that place, returning to the 
Kanawha Valley, and thence to Martinsburg, W. Va., arriving 
about the 15th of July; on the 19th marched in the direction of 
Winchester with the second Brigade of the army of W. Va., com- 
posed of this Regiment, 14th W. Va. Infantry, 34th and 91st Ohio 
Regiments, commanded by Col. Duval of the 9th; on the 20th, four 
miles north of Winchester, on what is known as Carter's farm, this 
Brigade met the rebel Maj. Gen'l Rimsaur with his Division, 
engaged him, and after perhaps one of the most desperate battles 
ever fought, defeated, completely routed and drove him through 
Winchester, capturing 200 prisoners and four twenty-four pounder 
cannon, (he leaving also 217 killed and wounded on the field,) a 
number of horses and 800 stand of arms. The eueiny numbered 
5,600 Infantry, 8 pieces of Artillery and 1,600 Cavalry, in all nearly 
8,000 men, and there, in double line of battle, upon chosen ground, 
whilst Duval's Brigade numbered less than 1400, with no artillery, 
the loss in the Brigade was 217 men. This battle has scarcely an 
equal on record. 

On the 21s( was joined by the rest of the Army of West Vir- 
ginia under General Crook, and on the 23d were attacked by a por- 
tion of Gen'l Early's army, which was repulsed, but was the next 
day renewed by Gen'l Early with his whole army, his strength 
being at least three times the command of Gen'l Crook, he wa3 
compelled to fall back to Martinsburg; thence to Harper's Ferry 
and through a part of Maryland after McCausland, returning joined 
General Sheridan's army at Harper's Ferry and marched with him 

- rasburg and back to Halltown, where on the 22d, 23d and 26th 
of August captured the enemy's picket line each day, killing and 
wounding a great many, and taking in all over 200 prisoners ; on 
the 3d of September, at Berryville, Va., met and defeated General 
Kershaw's Division of Longstreet's Corps, capturing 75 prisoners; 
on the 19th marched with the command to Opequan, on the 22d 



258 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

to Fisher's Hill, from thence to Harrisonburg and back to Cedar 
Creek, and was in that engagement on the 19th of October. 

The following is a list of the general engagements in which the 
Regiment has participated: 

Cloyd Mountain, May 9, 1864; Lexington; New River Bridge, 
May 10, 1864; Lynchburg, June 17, 1864; Carter's Farm, July 19, 
1864; Winchester, July 23 and 24, 1864; Martinsburg, July 25, 
1864; Halltown, Aug. 22, 23 and 26, 1864; Berryville, Sept. 3; 
Opequan and Winchester, Sept. 19, 1864; Fisher's Hill, Sept. 22; 
Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864. 

It is worthy of notice, that this Regiment has taken, at the 
point of the bayonet, 4 batteries, over 800 prisoners, and has killed 
and wounded more than its own number, and has had six sets of 
color bearers and color guards killed or wounded. 

This Regiment is entitled to much credit, as a large majority of 
them are refugees from the border Counties of West Virginia, many 
of whom have sacrificed all they possessed, their houses having 
been burnt, and their families robbed and driven away. Notwith- 
standing this, these men, by their patriotism and love of country, 
have shown themselves worthy the cause for which they have sacri- 
ficed so much. Three hundred and fifty-seven have re-enlisted, 
and with the veterans of the 5th W. Va. Infantry, have been con- 
solidated, and are now the 1st West Va. Veteran Infantry, and, if 
an opportunity offers, will make for themselves a history of which 
they and their State may well be proud. During the three years 
in which the regiment has been in the service, it has lost over five 
hundred men. 

For his conspicuous gallantry and ability as an officer, Col. Duval, 
of this Regiment, was appointed Brig. General of Volunteers; and 
it may not be out of place to add to this history of his old Regiment, 
a short sketch of his military life, which began in Texas, in 1842, 
where he served for nearly four years, fighting the Indians. In 
1846 he was authorized by Ex-Governor Butler, of South Carolina 
— who had been sent to Texas by President Polk, to collect and 
treat with the Indians of that country — to raise a company of men 
for the protection of an expedition into the interior. In October, 
1846, he was sent by the Commissioner with three Indians, to visit 
the tribes in the prairies and mountains bordering on Texas, for 
the purpose of inducing them to come in, that a treaty might be 
made between them and the Government. On this expedition he 
was absent seven months, without seeing awhile man, visiting over 
thirty tribes of Indians, and bringing in over 8,000, representing 
twenty-three different tribes, with whom satisfactory treaties were 



ADJUTANT GENEKAL'S REPORT. 



259 



arranged, ami his compan}' Led. He then raised 

another company, and proceeded with it into M 
being about ended, wont with it into the State of Chihuahua, and 
fought the Indians there, under contract with the iorof that 

State. Returning to Texas in the Spring of 1840, organized another 
company to go as a pioneer company for an expedition into I 
fornia ; crossing Rio Grande River, at El Passo, thence to Gila River, 
across the Great American Desert into Lower California, being fre- 
quently engaged with the Indian-, and losing several of his men. 
In 1851, returned to his home in Brooke county, Virg when 

this rebellion broke out, was among the first to offer 1 es to 

•his country ; was elected Major of the lsl Va., three months Vol- 
unteers, under command of Col. (now Brevet Maj. General) Kelley, 
and upon the re-organization of that Regiment for three years' ser- 
vice, continued as Major under command of Col. Joseph Thoburn. 
Whilst in this Regiment, he participated in the battle at Winches- 
ter, under Gen. Shields, in March, 1862, and at Port Republic, 
June 8th, at which place he was severely wounded in the foot ; was 
through the whole of Geu. Pope's campaign in Eastern Virginia, 
commancing with the battle of Slaughter Mountain, and ending 
with the two days' fighting at the second battle of Bull Run ; serv- 
ing in all the battles with distinguished ability and bravery. Sept. 
6th, 1862, he was commissioned by Gov. Pierpoint, Col. of this 
Regiment, (the 9th W. Va. Inf.,) and has been engaged in all the 
battles in which it has participated since, as enumerated in the 
foregoing memoranda, except Fisher's Hill and Cedar Creek, having 
been severely wounded in the left thigh at the battle of Winches- 
ter, Sept. 19th, 1864. General Duval is now commanding the 1st 
Division of the Army of West Virginia, the idol of his command. 



TENTH REGIMENT W. VA. INFANTRY. 



Return of Capt. Morgan A. UarnalVs Company "J."' 10th Regiment West 
Va. Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Va., shouting the con- 
dition of said Company on the 5th day of December, 1864, together with a 
complete record of the changes that have taken pla< organization. 

{Signed.) A. Wilson, 1st Lieut. Commanding Company. 



■ 



Rank. 



When m 

into Bl : 



Remarks. 



Darnall, Morgan A. 
Wilson, Ausbin A. 
Ford, Timothy . . 
Williams, Thomas . 



CaDt. 

1st Lt. 



Mar. 13, 1862 



vith the company. 

1st Ser 21 Feb. 29, 1864 Veteran. 
jSerg't, 28 Mar. 13, 1862 l s, ^ pt in 28 ^ 8 p M , . irhe£liIls ' w ' Va - 



260 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "A" Tenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
iuto service. 



Remarks. 



Anderson, James J. 
Cunningham, E. G. 
Armstrong, John D. 
Rexroad, M. H. . . 
Roby, Elkanah H. . 
Harold, John C. . 
Ewing, Robert H. . 
Anderson, Wm. D. . 
Adkison, Andrew . 
Bennett, Nathan D. 
Buchanan, Thomas . 
Barnett, William C. 
Barker, Lucius C. . 
Ballard, Edward H. 
Boggs, Washington 
Bull, William T. 
Cunningham, Jesse 
Cunningham, J. P. 
Cunningham, A. H 
Clothier, Leman S 
Chipps, Isaac G. 
Curry, John . 
Curry, Abram F. 
Callaghan, Patrick 
Clypole, Gkx W. 
Collins, Arch 
Collins, W r illiam R 
Davis, Thomas L. 
Davis, William L. 
Ford, Murty . 
Ford, Timothy 
Grimes, David H 
Harper, Henry 
Harper, Peter 
Heater, Enoch 
Louden, John D 
Louden, Samuel H 
Lake, Benjamin F. 
McQuain, Thomas 
Marly, William A 
Moss, George P. 
Marple, Ezekiel . 
Marple, John M. 
McKissie, John T. 
Moore, Joseph F. 
Moore, David 
McCarty, Wm, N. 



Serg't, 
Corp'l. 



25 Mar. 
J'. I 

33 
30 

34 

30 

30 

25 

25 Oct. 

18 Feb. 

21 Oct. 

35 Mar 

18|Oct. 

20lMar 

391 

18;Oct. 

23 J Mar 

20 

18|Feb. 

21 ! Mar 

19 ! Feb 

42 Mar. 

17 

34 

18 

18 Oct. 

17 Mar. 

18 Feb. 
20 Mar. 

45 
19|Feb. 

19 Oct. 
■2-2 Mar. 
19 
30iAug. 

39 Mar. 

33 Oct. 

25 Mar. 

37 

22 

26 

43 

19|Feb. 



Feb. 
Mar, 



Oct. 



13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 

4, 
29, 

4, 
13, 

4, 
13, 
13, 

4, 
13, 
13, 
29, 
13, 
29, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 

4, 
25, 
29, 
13, 
13, 
29, 

4, 
13, 
13, 

5, 
13, 

4, 
13, 
13, 
29, 
13, 
13, 
29, 

4, 

4, 

4, 

4, 



1862 



1862 

lS(i-l 

1862 
1862 



1864 
1862 
1864 
1862 



1864 

1862 

1864 
1862 
1862 

1863 

ls.,_' 



lsc,l 
1862 

1864 
L862 



Sick in hosp. at Baltimore, Md., Aug. 
1, 1-1,1. 



Wounded at Winchester, July 24, '64. 
Now in hosp. at Wheeling, W. Va. 



Wounded at Winchester. July 24, 64. 

Now in hosp. at Cumberland Md. 
Vet. Sick at Grafton hosp,, Oct. 16, 

1864. 



Wounded at Fisher's Hill \.i Bept 
22, '64. Now in York, Pa., hosp. 



Siek at Grafton Hosp., July 15, 1864. 



Captured at Winchester, July 24, 'C4 



Vet. Detached in Battery B, Isl Va. 
Light Artillery, Dec. 23, 1863. 



Captured at Winchester, July 24, '64 



Detached as Scout in West Virginia, 
May 10, 1864. 



Vet., wounded at Opequan. Sept. 19, 

1SU4. Now for duly. 



Siek nt Wheeling, W. Va.. Sep*. 28, 
1864. 

Veteran. 

Detached in Batter; P,. IstVa, Light 

Ai'til'ery, Dec. 29, 1863. 



Wounded at Cedar Creek, \ a., Ocl 
19, 64. Now In Cumberland Soap. 



■\ iui led al Fisher's Hill, Va Si pi 
22, '64. In Maruii-i iui ■ Hosp. \ a. 



Detached in B i tei > B, i-t Va. Light 

Artitlei v. Dec, ! I 1864, 
Sick at Winchester, Va., Hoi Si 

Detached In Batter] B, 1st va. Light 

\rtillery, Dei 9, 1 69 

ii Aiiiin,: ince corps, Aug, 
16 i i 
vel . wounded al Winchester, July 
24, 186*. 

. Division team 
; i-,i 
Wounded at Harper's Ferry, July (>, 
LB64. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REP0R1 
Company "A,' Tenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



261 






u r. \ C\ When mustered 
5 Into - 



Remark* 



Mealy, John A. Priv. 

McOartne, E. W. 
Pickens. James 

Roby, James S. . 
Richardson. Wm, M. 
Rexroad, Alfred M 
Rexroad . i 

Slaughter, Silas I I 
Shurtleff, Aaron 
Simons, Christian . 
Townsand, C. P. 
Underwood, Jas. T. 
Underwood, Chas. L. 
Wimar, Elihu 
Wimar, Morgan- 
Warner, Thomas M. 
Warner, Levi*R. 
Warner, William 
Wilson, James C. . 
Watson, Louden B. 
Walton, George D. 
Williams, George 
Pratt, Charles 

Discharged. 
Cunningham, John 
Riffle, Peter . . 
Howell, Z. W. . 
Wanless, Andrew 
Simmons, Jonah 
Transferred- 
Crites, Abram L. . 
Bouse, Isaac W. ; - ( ' 

Died, 

Marly, James . . 

Potts, Benjamin 

Pickens, William . 

Warner, John F. . 

Roby, John . . . 

Warner, William D. 

Clothier, Robert C. . 

Walton, John . . 

Davis, John F. . . 

Ewing, William C. . 

Anderson, William J 

Curry, Right B. . . Serg 

Shaw, General J. . Priv 

Swecker, Samuel . 

33 







19 Mar 


13, 


21 












24 






13, 


30 


13, 


18 


13, 


21 


13, 


21 


13, 




29, 




L3, 


19 




26 Oct. 


4. 


25 Mar 


13. 


20 




18 Oct. 


! 


18 Mai- 


.13, 


18 Feb. 




20 Oct. 


4, 


il 


4, 


19 Aus 


. 5, 






i;, 1864. Sow foi 

" 

I Hospital, No> 



D ' 
1 RA4 x ' Mingo Flat Juii. 



1862 



- 



Wonnde lal Winchester, • 



3PO Wounded at Droop Mounu. I 
lOU— is64. Now iu hospital. 

Ick in Graflon Hosp., Aug. 1. 1864 



1864. Veteran. 

-I QOQ Wounded at Dr 

lOD- 1S64. Now ii 

Sick in Graftoi 

1863.Captured Dec. 22 

\T. ■ 1° IRt' - ' 

10 ,i Mar. J4,'G3, at Cumberland. 

ID, 
p, . .. A.p'1 2*763, at Grafton, W.^ 

Mar. 13^ " vim3/63 ' 

TO l( Sept. 20,1863, Bevcrlj. 



13, " 
13, " 



L3, 
13, " 

13. 

13, - 

13, • 

25 Oct. 4, ■ 

22 Mar. 13, " 

18! 13, " 



18 

30 

28 



48 

t, 19 

30 
21 



13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 



To V. K. C, Aug. 
ToX.C. B. March 

Pickens, w \ ipi 

of fever. 
Kill.-d in action with guen • 

lUngoFlat, W. Vs.. June 21 
Of fever, Cumberi 

(< Dec.! 

Dec. . ' 
Dec. 31. 1862 
Winchester, Jan. 18. 1*6:; 
n Mar. 

Pen. 
at Grafton, Mar 
(( (( July 15, 1863 

Killed at Droop Mountain, Nov. 6, 'ft; 



From wounds ree'd in action, Droop 
Mountain, W. Va., Nov. 6, 1863 



262 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Company ",4," Tenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



When musti red 

into service. 



Remarks. 



Wanless, Nelson 
Collins, Jeffrey . 
Cunningham, Wm. P 
Barlow, John H. 
Detamore, Wm. F. 
Leslie, Andrew L. 
Mealy, John R. . 
Buchanan, Gilbert 

Mick, Walter 
Smith, William J. 
Shawver, James H 

Deserted, 
Howell, Marshal W. 

Dismissed. 
Burbridge, I. C. . . 
Discharged — Commis- 
sioned Officers. 
Bouse, Joseph G. . 

Aggregate- _. 



Priv. 



1st Sgt 
Priv. 



Serg't, 



41 Mar. 
430ct. 
40 Mar. 
18 
22! 

118 Feb. 
21 Mar. 
18 j 

L2 

48 Not 

42 Mar 

26, _ 



13, 1862 

£: 

13 " 

13 ' : 
29,' 1864 
13, 1862' 
13, " 

13, » 
mustered 
13, 1862 



Of fever, at Beverly, Ap'l 24, 1864 
u (I June 15, 1S64 

From wounds ree'd in action at Har- 
per'a Ferry, Va.. July B, 186*. 

Killed at Winchester, Va., July 20, 
1864. 

Killed at Berry ville, Va., Sept. 3,'61. 

Killed at Opcquun, Va., Sept. 19,'6-i. 

At Middletowu, Va., Oct. 13, 1864, of 

chronic diarrhoea. 
At Winchester, Va., from wounds 

ree'd in action at Cedar Creek, Va. 

Nov. 1. 1864. 
At Roinucy, W. Va., Jan. 11, 1862. 

Killed in action with guerrillas, in 
Webster I . o , W. V., Feb. '23, 1862. 

From accidental wounds, nt Fort 
Pickens, W. Va., Ap'l 25, 1862. 

At Sutton, W. V., Aug. 24, 1862. 



2d Lt, 19 Dec. 23 : 1863'Nov. 25, 1864. 

1st Lt.:24:Mar. 13, 1862j At I » e ^i^. Va " Sept - 18,18e8 " 
- 109 



men. 



Return of Captain J. Loomis GouhVs Company "if." of the Tenth Regiment 

West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Va., near 

Winchester, Va., showing the condition of saidCompany on the 3rd day of 

December, 18G4, together with a complete record of the changes that have taken 

place since its organization. 

(Signed,) J. Loomis Gould, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Gould, J. Loomis . 
Lewis, Henry H. . 
Ezekiel, David J. . 
Peterson, David F. 

Crites, John D. . . 
Smith, John T. . . 
Grose, John A. . . 
Simon, Bronson R. . 

Crites, William M. . 
Gould, Jonathan . 
Brake, George J. . 
Strader, Salathiel . 
Lewis, Jacob . . . 
Alexander, John W. 
Loudin, John L. 



jOapt. 27 Sept. 
1st Lt. Feb. 
2d Lt,. 21 Oct. 
1 1st Ser26'Feb. 

Serg't, 26 Mar. 

" -25'Feb. 

26; Mar. 

25 Feb. 

Corp'l, |26|Mar. 

27 
21 
27 
26 

24 

" : 25l 



12, 
9, 

4- 1 ^fi9 Severely wounded in right arm and 
~> J- l ->U-J | chest at Maryland Heights, July 7, 

29, 



1 gg9 Transferred from 3d W. Va. Inf. 

1863 Pro- trom 2d Lt ' Aug ' 12, 1862, 

wounded in right arm 
Maryland Heights, July 



12, 

29, 
16, 
29, 

12, 
12, 
16, 
12, 
12, 
12, 
4, 



Wounded in leg at Kcarn-town, Va. 
July 1, 1864. 

1862i _ 

1864 p ' 0, t0 Sei " g,t ' Feb - 10, 18,i3 - 



<i Pro. Serg't, Nov. 1, 1864. Wounded 

, through left shoulder at Kearns- 
town, Va., July 24. 1834. 
1 QfiO Lost right arm at Kearnstown, Va., 
J.OU.J, j a ij 24, 1884. 
ii Severely wounded in hip at Kearns- 

town, Va.. July 21. 18S4. 
"1 QRA Wounded in back, arm and leg at 
J. OUt Kearnstown, Va., July 24, 1864. 



1862 



I Severely wounded at Cedar Creek, 
Va., Oct. 19, 1864. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "7?," Tenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



263 



Nairn s. 



Rimk. 



When m 
into service. 



i:. marks. 



Carter, Thomas A. . [Priv. 

Browu, BeDjamiu F. 

Been, George . . 

Bush, William D. . 

Browning, James II. 

Crites, Stillian . . 

Crites, Isaac X. G. . 

Crites, Joseph . . 

Coon, James K. P. . 

Cutright, Perry . | 

Crawford, Noah . 

Collins, Samuel V. 

Douglass, Henry M 

Duncan, James W. 

Duke, Edmund F. 

Eakle, Samuel P. 

Eakle, Christian S. . 

Fisher, John . . . 

Griffin, Austin . . 

Goodwin, Ambrose . 

Geyer, Abram M. . 

Gladwell, David C. 

Gladwell, Andrew . 

Hyer, John D. . . 

Hamner, Edward A. 

Jackson, Andrew M.l 

Love, John J. 

Lewis, John . 

Duncan, John W. . 

Lewis, Allen ... 

Loudin, David C. . 

Lanham, Samuel T. 

Lanham, Ephraim . 

Lee, Daniel C. . . 

Longanetta, James . 

Morgan, David C. . 

Martin, Obediah W. 

Morrison, Morgan . 

Morrison, David H. 

McFadden, James L. 

McCloud, George W. 

McCann, William . 

Moore, Lorenzo B. . 

Moore, James L. 

Marteney, Jasper N. 

Perry, Wilber . . 

Phillips, David . . 



21Feb. 29, 1864 



Mar. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
22 Mar. 

2] 

35 
18 A.p'1 
20 Feb. 
2] 

20 Oct, 
38' 

31 Feb. 

21 Nov. 

21 Feb. 
40 Mar. 

33 
30 
35 
23 

20 Oct. 

22 Mar. 
,25 Oct. 

18 Mar. 

21 Feb. 

20 Mar. 
27 

22 Feb. 
18 Oct. 
43Mar. 
22 Feb. 
25 

33 Mar. 
27 Feb. 

21 Mar. 

20 Oct. 

21 Mar. 
40 

30 Feb. 

21 Mar. 

33 

20 Oct. 

21 

24 Aug 

260ct. 

20 1 



12, 
29, 
4, 
16, 
16, 
12, 



1862 
1864 

1862 
1864 



15, 

29, 

29, 

4, 

4, 

29, 

15, 

25, 

12, 

12, 

12, 

12, 

12, 

12, 

4, 

5, 

4, 

25, 

29, 

16, 

12, 

29, 

1, 

12, 

29, 

29, 

12, 

29, 

16, 

4, 

12, 

12, 

29, 

25, 

12, 

4, 

4, 

• 5, 

4, 

4, 



1862 
1864 



1862 

(I 

1864) 
1862; 
1864 ! 
1862, 



through the shoulders at 
■., July 21, 1864. 
Second wound. 



Wounded in heel at Winchester, Va. 
Sept. 1864, 



:irm :it Winchester, Va., 
19, 1864. 

Wounded in foot at Kearnstown, Va. 
Sept 19, 1864. 



1 Qfi/I Severely wounded in leg at Winches- 
■LoOt I ter, Va.. Sept 19, 186*. 

1862 _ 

18641 _ 



1862 _ 
1864 _ 

1863 _ 
1862 _ 

1864 _ 

.; Wounded in leg at Snickers Ferry. 

\ ... July 17, 1864. 

1862 _ 
1864 _ 



1862 

1864 
1862 



1863; 

1862 



264 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Company "2?," Tenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Bank. 



Quick. Mathew 
Queen, Benton 
Rucker, Abrain 
Rucker, Samuel . 
Riffle, David P. . 
Riffle. Jonathan M 
Riffle, Daniel J. 
Staten, Daniel M. 
Shaw, Thomas 
Snyder, Frederick 
Snyder, Ephraim 
Smith, Thomas I r. 
Thompson, Jos 
Waggy, George W. 
Westiall, Henderson 
Wood, Alexander 
Wood, Richard 
Wolf, James A. . 
Winemiller, S. 
Winemiller, Noah 
Wineniiller, Wm. W 
Williams, J. E. . 
Young, Wm. H. IT. 

Discharged, 
Grites, Jacob L. . 
Gum, Andrew <L 
Martin, Josiah 
Geyer, Michael . 
Lewis. William . 
Riffle, George S. 
Canton, Henry E. 

Transferred, 
Gum, Benjamin F. 
Phillips, John < r. 

Died, 
Depoy. Wesley . 
Littlefield, William 
Loudon, Job . 
Maher, Reuben . 
Maher, William . 
Morrison, Manly C. 
Queen, Albert . 
Strader, George S. 
Strader, Elnathan 
Tolbert, Jacob . 
Bunton, Dwight G. 
Martin, Fenton H. 
Garvin. Wash'n M. 



Pnv. 



: : Serg't, 
iPriv. 



i Serg't, 
iCorp'l, 



Pri 



1*7 
2] 
34 
23 
21 
23 
20 
23 
25 
21 
25 
23 
35 
21 
22 
22 
25 
28 
21 
21 
24 
27 
20 

-l-i 
21 
35 
27 
21 
48 
29 

19 

38 

20 
36 

21 
24 
22 
23 

18 

20 

38 

18 
20 

25 



When mustered 
Into sen i< e. 



Oct. 
Feb. 

Mar. 

Feb. 
Mar. 



Feb. 
Mar. 
Feb. 

Mar. 
Feb. 
Oct. 

Feb. 

Mar. 
Nov. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Nov. 



4, 
29, 
29, 
16, 
29, 
12, 
15, 
12, 
16, 
29, 
12, 
29, 
29, 
12, 
29, 
I, 
4. 
29, 
25, 
15, 
29, 
12, 
15. 



1S62 
1864 



Remarks 



Lost leg, below the knee. :n Cedar 
Creek. Va., Oct. IB, 1864 



1862 
1864 
1862 
1864 

tt 

1862i 
1864! 

1862; 
1864 1 
18621 

1864 

1862 
1864 
1862 



Severely wounded in leg at Winches 

ter, Va., Sept. 19, 1864. 
Severely wounded In face at Win 

Chester. Va., Sept. 19. 1864 



Mar. 12, 
12 
12, 

12. 
12, 

!2. 
12, 



12, <• 
12. " 



Oct. 

Oct. 
Mar. 



4. 
L2, 



1863 
1862 



Nov. 

Oct. 

Mar. 



15, 

4. 

12. 

12. 



1863 
1862 



For disability, July n, 1862, at Buck 

hannou. \V. Va. 
For disability, Sept. 17, 1862, at Bev 

erly, W. Va. 
For disability, Sept. 17, 1862, at Bev 

erly, W. Va. 
For disability. Record lost. 



To Co. H, 10th TV. V I 
Pro. to Reg. Com. Serg t 



Killed at Winchester, Va., Sept. 19, 

1864. 
Killed bv guerrillas in Webster Co., 

W. Va„ Oct. 25, 1864. 
Of disease, April IS, 1864, at Win 

cluster, Va. 
Killed in action at Kcarustown. Va. 

July 24, 1861. 
Of fever, Jan. 1 1, 1862, at Camp Ca 

naan, Va. 

\p'l 10, 1S62, at Camp Ca 

naan, Va. 

or disease. Jan. 3, 1862, at Buck 

hannon, W. Va. 
Of disease. Mar. 12, 1863, at Rom 

tn'.v . W. Va. 
Killed in action at Winchester, Va., 

19, 1864. 
Of disease, Oct. 23, 1864, at Cumber 

land, M.i. 



In hospital, of wounds ree'd in act i; 

Sept. 1864. 
Killed In action at Kcarnttown. Va 

July 24, 1864. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ••/.'." Tenth Regiment Z7»/antfrj/— Continued. 






mes. 


i Bank. 


•' 


When mustered ' „v. 
Into » 


Wolf, Wilson \V. . 
Deserted, 

Bennett, James B. . 
Oartwright, L. 1 » 
Kernes, Aaron . . 
Vandegraft, Josiah, . 
Aggregate, 


Priv. 


20 

• 
L8 

32 Mar 


1. 
12, 


• Damn 

- 

Ap'J IS, '62 

W, Vu., May 17, 18G4 

.. 

IS, i 

112 men 













Return oj Captain John //. Bailey' s Company "C," lOth Regiment Wesi 
Vu. Volunteer Infantry, stationed at Kearnstown, Va., showing the condi 
Hon of said company on tin* 3d day oj December, 1864, together with a 
complete record of changes that have taken place since its organization. 
(Sitj, Johx H. Bailey, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Mam -. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Hemarks. 



Bailey, John H. . 
Minter, Grwin 
Maxson, John . 
Me Lain, John < r. 
Bailey, Blackwell 
Wellon, Otho H. 
Turner, John E. 
Simms, John W. 
Atkins, John Gr. 
Lawrence, John A 
Staten, Reuben . 
Fisher, M. B. . 
Westfall, William A. 
Alexander, Jas. C. 
Bailey, Alstophius 
Bailey. "William N 
Bush, Eli . . 
Bush, Peter . . 
Bush, Manderville 
Bennett, Henry H 
Bennett, Samuel 
Burkhammer, W. J 
Burkhammer, Win 
Bird, John . . 
Bird, Samuel R. 
Barnhouse. Willis 
Calhoun, Jacob . 
Cottrell. William J 
Comrine, Henry G. 



Capt., 
1st Lt., 
2dLt., 

jlstSgt 
■Serg't 



Corp'l, 



Priv. 



24 Mar. 

23 

21 

25 

21 

19 

19 

19 
20 
22 
18 

22 

44 

35 

20 Oct. 

22 Mar. 

21 

29 

18 Oct. 

44 

20 July 

29 Oct. 

28 Mar. 

20 Oct. 

22 Mar. 



15, 
15, 
15, 
15. 

15, 

15, 
L5, 

15, 
15, 
15, 

15, 
15, 
15, 

4, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
19, 

4, 
19, 

4, 
15. 

4, 
15. 



1 Q.QO Pro. Capt., Nov. . 

II " 1st I. 

" 'M Lt., Xov. 30, ISM. Wounded 
, Jul] 17. 64 

Wounded at Wirn 
19, 1864. 

" Vet. Vol. 



Vet. Vol.. wounded at Cedar Creek. 



Vet. vol., wounded at Winchester, 
Julv 2 1 

Vet. Vol. 



wounded at Winchester. 

Sept. 19, 1864, 
Vet. vol., wounded at Winchester 

Julv 21. 1864. 
Wounded at Winchester. July 24, fa 



Vet. Vol. 



1863 

1864 
1862 



Vet. Vol. 



Wounded nt Winchester, Julv 24/64. 



Vet. Vol., wounded at Cedar Creek 
Oct. I'.'. 



266 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "C, ; ' Tenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Comrine, W. J. . . 
Comrine, John M. . 
Comrine, Thomas M. 
Hinzeman, Stephen 
Hinzeman, Perry . 
Hinzeman, John J. 
Hacker, George W. 
Hurst, Darius L. . 
Hess, Marion W. . 
Hess, Newton . . 
Hess, Javan . . . 
Haddox, Adam . . 
Haddox. William H. 
Holt, William B. . 
Kinsely, Henry . . 
Kinsely, Daniel D. . 
King, Elijah . . . 
King, Daniel W. . 
Lamb, James W. . 
Lockard, Levi . . 
Mitchell, Isaac . . 
Mitchell, Draper C. 
Maxson, Jacob C. 
Moore, Randolph M 
McQuain, Hugh W. 
McDonald, A. J. S. 
Moneypenny, Asa . 
Moneypenny, W. R. 
Moneypenny, Edw'd 
Murray, Geo. W. 
Maxson, Herman 
Nair, John M. . 
Xair, Eugene W. 
Nicholas, George 
Nicholas, Isaac . 
Patterson, Thos. C. 
Raines, George . 
Riddle, John W. 
Simpson, Marshall 
Simon, George . 
Short, Hiram 
Smith, Jonathan 
Tigard, Samuel . 
Tanner, Elias 
Varner, Samuel T. 
W r est, Granville 
West, Stephen J. 



Bank. 


< 


When mastered 

into servile. 


Remarks. 


i 
Priv. 


Mar. 15, 1862 


Vet. Vol. 


23 


15, " 


_ 


L9 


15, " iVet. Vol. 


20 


U (( Vet. Vol., wounded at WardensvilK 
±0 7 \V. Va„ Dec. 21, 1862. 


c< 


:\ 


L5, " 


" 


30 


1, 18G4 _ 


20 


15. 18621 Vet. Vol. 


18 Oct. 4, " 


22 


Mar. 15, " Vet. Vol. 


28 


Oct. 4. " 


ID 


Nov. 13, " 


_ 


" 


is 


Mar. 15, " 


Vet. Vol. Prisoner of war. 


a 


18 


15, " 


Vet. Vol. 


(i 


21 


15, " 


_ 


" j23' 


15, " 


Wounded at Cedar Creek, Va., Oct. 
19, 1861. 


! " 18 15, " 




" 


37 15, " 


_ _ 


" 


19 


July 29, 1863 


_ 


(i 


44 


Mar. 15, 1862 


_ 


c< 


21 


Oct. 4, " 


It 


50 


Mar. 15, " 


ft 


2! 


15, " 


ft 


18 


15, " Vet. Vol. 
17, " 


1 « 


20 


15, " Vet. Vol. 




is 


C\ni- A " Wounded at Droop Mountain, Nov. 
vJOb. '±, 6. 1863. 




23 


Mar. 15, " 


Vet. Vol. 


" 


25 


15, " 


Wounded at Winchester, Va., July 
21, 18(34. 


I " 


52 


Oct. 4, " 




•■ 


31 


Mar. 15, " 


Vet. Vol., wounded at Lcctmvn, Va,, 
July 3, 1864. 


" 


is 


May 20, 1864 




'• 


20 


Mar. 15, 1862 


Vet. Vol.. wounded at Cedar (.reek. 
Va., Oct. 19,1864. 


'■ 


22 


15, " 


Vet, Vol. 


" 


21 


15, " 


« 


(( 


22 


15, " 


" 


" 


21 15, ' 


II II 


" 


18 15, " 


Wounded at Winchester, Va., Sept. 


" 


!21 15, " 


Vet. Vol., wounded at Winchester, 
Sept. l''. 1864. 


" 


24 15, " 


Vet. Vol. 


" 


|25 15, " 


ti « 


" 


21 15, " 


II <■ 


" 


30 25, 1864 


Wounded at Winchester, Sept. 19, 
, 1864. 


" 


123 


15, 1862 


Vet. Vol.. wounded at Winchester. 
Bept, I'.i, 1861. 


(1 


,23 


15, " 


'Vet. Vol. 


II 


27 


15, " 


ti ti 


II 


21 


15, " 


Vet. Vol., wounded at Cedar Creek, 
Oct. 19, 1864. 


(( 


18 


15, " 


1 



ADJUTANT GENERALS REPORT. 



267 



Company "<\" Tenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 









When m 






Warner, I reorge R, 
Weetfall, Wm. F. 
■ : ill, Marion 
Westfall, Peter . 
Westfall, John . 
Yoke. Isaac . 

THsmis 
Hall, William D. 
Conley, Jame 

Hebner, William C 

Discharged, 
Hodge, William B 
Hodge, John A. 
Lamb, William R. 
Osburn, Marshall 
McQuain, John Q. 
Osburn, Granville 

Died, 

Osburn, William H. 
McCord, Arthur E. 
Maxson, Barnett V. 
Norman, William T. 
Brazell, Winfield S. 
Hess, Hezekiah . 
Jeffries, James F. . 
King, Samuel J. 
Short, James H. 
Collins, Eldridge P. 
Hess, Wiuton . . 
Pochards, John . . 
Holt, William . . 
Bennett, Otho . . 
Branuon, Thomas C. 
Moore, Benjamin . 
Burkharnruer, ! 
Bailey, Minter B. . 
Moore, Thomas R. . 

Deserted. 
Powers, Elmer . 
Linch, Levi C . . 



'riv. 26lMar. 15, 1862 _ 

23 L5, ■• Vet. Vol. 

" 120 Nov. 13, ■ 
■2-\ Mar. 15, " 
18 Feb. 25, 1S64 _ 
35 Mar. 15, 1862 r $, T £foTi8M ; " wlnohMter ' 



Capt., 28 

1st T. 

1st J. 
Priv., 22 

30 
Corp'l, 22 
Serg't 30 
Priv 



Corp'l 
Priv. 
CorpJ 
Priv. 20 

18 

30 ; Oct. 

19! Mar. 

24 

18 

22 

18 Oct. 

40 Mar. 

21 

2-1 

20 

21 

2:: 

19 

35 



15, 

15, 

15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
L5, 
15, 

15, 
15, 

15, 

15, 

4, 
15, 

o 

•■• 
15, 
15, 

4, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 

■ > 



1864 

1862 



An-. 1, 1864. 
Sept. 12, 1S64. 



At Winchester. Vu.. — l«i!3, dUaby 



At Sutton. W. V., — 1863, disability. 

At Cumberland, Md., — 1863. 

At York. Pa.. N'ov. 21, '61, from loss 
of right arm in action at Droop 

Mountain. Nov. I 

BUlled 'it Winchester, Sept. 19, 1864. 



.. 

ii 
At Cumberland, lid., — 1862. 
Killed at Winchester, Sept. 19, 1844. 
Of fever, at MoorcnVM. W. V .. — '82. 
Killed at U -.19, 186-1. 

At Cumberland, Md.,Mf f 
Killed at Winchester, Sept . 19, 1861. 
Of (ever, at Wind 

Of chronic diarrhoea, Nov. 3, 1864, 

n- r.mi, 
Of fever, at Winchester, — 1863. 



1864 
1862 



At Beverly, W. V.. Jan. I 
It ed in action. 
Snicker's Gap, Va., July 
17. [864. 
Killed at Winchester, July 24, 1864. 

(. it 



Serg't, 23 Oct. I. 
Priv. 29 Mar. 15, 



At Harper's Perry, W. V., Julv 30, 
At Braxton Co., W. V., Oct. 8, 1882. 



Aggregate, 112 m< 



268 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Coat. Thos. D.Murrin's Company "D," of the 10$ Regiment W. I 
Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Rtissell, near Winchester, Va., shott- 
ing the condition of said Company on the 2nd day of December, 1864, to- 
gether with a complete record of the changes that hare taken place since its 
organization. 

(Signed, Thos. D. Murri.v, Capt. commanding Company. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Murrin, Thos. D. 
Curran, Daniel 



Capt. 30 1 Mar. 

1st Lt. 



Garrett, Harrison F. 1st Ser 24 



Ooburn, John W. 
Turner, James 
Stalnaker, M. W. 
Alford, James 
Coburn, Elias 
Lee, King David 
Smith, Joseph 

Smith, Ellis L. . . 
Dean, Richard . . 
Langford, Pleasant . 
Shea, John . . . 
Boyke, Charles . . 
Alford, Pleasant 
Atkinson, Stephen . 
Bosworth, Elem K. 
Batten, Benjamin F. 
Bennett, Salen . . 
Board, Daniel A. . 
Brown, John . . 
Bush, Thomas E. . 
Burkhammer, John 
Browning, John W. 
Burkhammer, Jos. . 
Collins, Amos 
Criss, David . . . 
Cotter, Edward . . 
Crawford, Charles . 
Cleveland, James 0. 
Cox, Winfield T. . 
Depriest, Robert E. 
Depriest, James W. 
Devaney, Patrick 
Demoss, Dennis 
Eckes, Jacob C. : 
Grubb, John . . . 
Gochenour, Elihu H. 
Hard man, Perry G. 
Helmick, S. A. . . 
Howell, Fountain . 



•Serg't, 24 
39 
32 

Corp '1,. 22 

27 
28 

20 

21 
32 
22 

27 
20 
20 
24 
26 
27 
20 



Priv. 



Oct. 
Mar. 
Oct. 
Mar. 



Oct. 
Mar. 



1 30 
!25 
,30 
30 
60 
28 



Oct. 

Mar. 



'22 

23 Feb. 

20 

19 

22 Mar. 

2d 

43 

28 

20 

19 Oct. 

29 Mar. 

22 

23 

■20 Oct. 



IT, 
17, 

17. 

17, 
17. 
17. 
17, 
17, 
17. 
17. 

4. 
17, 

4. 
17 
17 
17 

4 
17 
17 
17 
17 

4 

4 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
24 
24 
24 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 

4 
17 
17 
17 

4 



months in 10th O. V. I. 

Prlv. in 1st Va. Cav., Sej>t. 
21, 1861. Pro. Lt. 10th W. V. I 
- 18G2. 
Wounded at Cedar Creek, Va., Oct, 
19, 1364. Pro. to 2d Lt., Oct. 24. 
Is64. Not mustered. In hosp. at, 
Baltimore, Md. 
Detached with ambulance corps 



Vet. Vol. 



Vet. vol., wounded and In hospital at 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 



Vet. vol., wounded at V I 
July 24, 1S64. In hosp. at Freder 
ick, M.l. 

Wounded at Winchester. July 24, '01. 



Wounded and eapt'd at Winchester, 
July 24. 1864. Now a paroled pris. 

Woundedat Opequan. Va.. Sept. 19, 
1864. 

, Vet. Vol. 
Vet. Vol. " 
I Vet. Vol. " 



1864! 



Va., Oct, 19, 1864. 

'Vet. Vol. 



i Woundedat Struburg, Va., net. i:>. 
Wounded nt Winchester, July 24, '64 



Vet. Vol. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REP0R1. 
Company "D," Tenth Regymeiri Infantry— Continued. ■ 



27] 



Villi. - 


Bank. 8 

1 ^ 


When niii-' 
Into sen i'". 


Remarks. 


ETardman, < reo W. 


l'nv 


21 


Mar 17, 1S62 


Vet. Vol. 


Jarvis, Asa S. . . 


■■ 


2l 


17. •' 


Wounded at Pltuer'i BUI 


Jordan. John P 


•• 


27 


17, " 


Jul) M,'W. 


Jarvis. Hugh . 


'■ 


21 


17. " 


.Inly '.'. 


Lockard, Calvin . 




31 


17. - 


_ 


Logan. Michael . 




21 


17. 


Vol. 


Lanford, .'. 


• 


65 


17. ■■ 




Montoney. Thos. G. 


■ 


2i 


17. ' 


Vet. Vol 


McLaughlin, Mich'l 


" 


2\ 


IT, 


i-iii. 


Montgomery, A. J, 




.,,, 


17. 


Vet. Vol. 


McLaughlin, Daniel 


•• 


21 


17. ■■ 


(t 


McLaughlin, Jno. B. 


•■ 


23 


17, 


•■ 


McCanna, Frank 


■• 




17. • 


" 


Molihen, John H. . 


■ 


22 


17. - 




Ours, Ezra M. . . 




21 


17 - 


Vet ■ vol., wounde 

net. 19, l-'.l 


Perkins, Jesse 




30 


Oct 4. " 




Pitsinger. Judson 




36 


1 




Queen, John . 




21 


Mar. 17 


• Droop Uoontaia, Ko» h 
1863 


Ratcliff, Peter II . . 




21 


Oct. 4, " 


_ 


Ransbottom, Simeon 


' 


65 


Mar. 17. 




Sbiflett. John . 




28 


17. " 


Vet. vol., WoUUuYl 

3, ana :it Cedar Creek, 


Stearn. Jacob 




22 


17. ■ 


Vet. Vol 


Shafer. John . 


•• 


20 


17. • 




Shutretter. Charles 


i. 


JO 


17 " 


Vet. Vol. 


Smith, Andrew F. . 


" 


22 


17. " 




Smith, Cyrus . . 




24 


17 - 


Wounded at Leetown, Jul 


Spears. William . 






17 


_ _ 


Strazel, John F. . . 




42 


17 • 


_ _ - 


Strazel, JohnT 


•• 


20 


17. 


- 


Starke, Henry . 




20 


17. " 


_ 


Stearn. Henry . . 




20 


L7 


_ 


Smith, Lemuel A 




ir, 


17. - 


_ — - 


Stiader, Lafayette . 


■' 


-20 


17, ■ 


Wounded at Leetoirn, Va. July 3, 


Spears. James . 


(i 


31 


Oct. 4, - 


_ 


Summerlield, J. W. 




22 


Aug. 5, 1863 


Wounded a< 


Summerfield, John . 




20 


'■ 




Stalnaker, Alfred . 




20 






Turner, Sandford B. 




33 


Mar 17, 1862 


Vet. vol.. v, tan, Va. 
19, 1S64. 


Tinney, John N. . 




17 


Wounded at Wardcn»vill<\ w Va 
Dec. 20, 1862. 


Timms, Michael. 


22 


!7 • 


_ 


1, Simeon . 






17. - 


Vet. Vol. 


Woofter, Marion . < 




21 


17, - 


_ 


Whetsel, George H. 




27 


17 - 


Vet. Vol. 


Willfong. George . 




20 


Oct. 4 • 


_ _ 


Workman, Aaron . 1 




24 


1. " 


_ 


Williams, Francis M. 


" 


21 


Nov. 15 


Wounded at ' r 34. «. 


Wykert, Samuel M. 




36 


Feb. 24, 1864 


- 



34 



268 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of (Company "Z>," Tenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 
Infant 



ing /'Names. 

getl 



When mustered 
intonm [< ■ 



Remarks. 



Dismissed. 
Waldo, Jedediah G 
Ambrose, Joseph L 

Discharged, 
Payne, Arthur . 
Jack, John W. 

Transferred. 
Moore, R. M. . . 
Gregg, Harmon . 

Died, 
Perkins, Henry . 
Chrissman, Geo. W 
Dight, Henry 
Pumphrey. William 
Sp rouse, Win. G. 
Langford, Parks 
Hitt, Walter A. . 
Perkins, Wm. C. 
Dunbar, Allen 
Clark, John W. . 
Bryson, Charles . 
Hardman, Henry 

Fisher, Frank . 
Walters, Michael 
Sharp, Cornelius 
Browning, G. F. 

Deserted. 
Neill, James . 
Sprouse, AVoodward 

Luzzadder, Wm. II. 
Brennon, John . . 
Cox, John M. . . 
Aggregate, 



IstLt.. 2S Mar. 17, 1862 "*>verly I W.V.,D.o.9,186 a 

2d Lt. 17. 



b irg, '. '. Vi . I 
To date Sept. 12, 18C4. 



Priv. 



55 
19 

30 
33 



• 30 

27 

21 

23 

20 

Serg't, 27 

Corp'l, 19 

Priv. 22 

19 

Serg't, 20 

Priv. 26 

20 

22 
46 
38 
33 



17, 
17, 

17, 

Not mustered 
Mar. 17, 1862 

17, " 

Oct. 4. " 

Mar. 17. " 

17, - 

17. " 

Oct. 4. ■ 

4, " 

Mar. 17, " 

Ap'l 24, ' 

Mar. 24, 1861 

17, 1862 

IT, '• 
Feb. 12, 1864 
Oct. 4, 1862 



.it Beverly, W. V.. July 9, 62disab': 
Vug. n,'62, i. 



ToN'.C. S., tfaj 
(i (. Junel, 1863. 



At Beverly, consunip'OD, Sep. 11, '6a. 
of fever, Sept. 12, 1862. 

Of wounds reed in action, at Buck 

hannon 
At Winchester, 7a., of pneumonia 

Jan. 16, 
At Romney, W". V., of fever, Jan. 11 

18B3. 
, At Winchester, of wounds Feb. 9, '6.') 

of fever, Man 

.1 ,. Mar.: 

( i small pox, June 2, '63. 

At fJrafton, W. V., of fever, Julv IT. 

Killed in aotion at Droop Mountain. 

\V. V., Nov. i: 
not. 12, 1864, v at Baltimore, Md., ol 

wounds ree'd in actiou at Winches 

tor. 
Killed at battle of Opequau, Va.. 

Sept. 19, 1861. 
Killed at Cedar Creeli, Oct. 19, 1864. 

Killed at Winchester, July -I 1864 

1861, oi 

i wounds rec d in action at Fisher's 
Hill. Va. 



Priv. 



30 Mar. 1' 

20 F 



At ltucklmnnou, W. V.. Us 






, W. V., Sept. 24, '62. A;.- 
prehende l ami Benl bo Fo 

■ I'M. 
To the enemy, June 5, 1863, at Phil- 
lippl, W. v.. 

■ on vet. furlough, April 

14, ami aid not return. 



20 IT, 

32 17, 

91 P i oA 1 Qg4| At Webster, W.Va., June 18,1864. 

116 men 



I a>t urn of Captain Lewis M. Marsh' s Company ". /■>','' 10th Regiment West Vir- 
ginia Volunteer Infantry , stationed at Camp Russell, Va., showing the con- 
dition of said company on the 2d day of December, 1864, together with a 
complete record of the changes that hare taken place since its organization. 
(Signed,) Wm. M. Hays, 1st Lt- Co. H, 10th Va. Comma' g Co. 






Rank. 



When miiBtered 
into nor\ ice. 



Remarks. 



Marsh, Lewis M. 
Patterson, David 



\n n -^*- 1/1*7 A ^'1 19 1 QCO Prisoner of wai since July 24, 1851. 
i^apt. ,±l J\V I J--J, 1DU.J i.. lro ied; wounded. 

1st Ser'34' 12. " ' Vet> Pro-1 



! Vet. Pro. 1st Serg't, Sept. 
wounded. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S IMPORT. 
Company "E," Tenth Regiment Infantry— faP tin %ed- 



1271 






Pitzer, Eenry B. 
Adam ■-. 1 3aac M. 
Whaley, Josiah M. 

Stealey, John A. 
Stealey, Kener . 
< rreen, James P. 
Hamric, Wm 
Stealey, Jacob 

Morgan. Ralph . 

Thompson, James 
Arnett, James 
Ash, Daniel V 
Barker, Wm. 
Booher, Noah 
Booher, Pharoah 
Brenegar, Owen 
Bailey, William . 
I 'lovis, B. R. . . 
I lovis, Theodore 
Forrester, Harrison 
Forrester, James 
Forrester, "William 
Fletcher, Albert 
Fall, Harrison 
Fisher, Addison M 

i, Armstrong 
Garrettson, H. . 
Hanlin, Tarleton 
Hall, Elijah N. . 
Eissam, Thomas J 
Hissam, Jesse . 
Hissam, Samuel . 
Jones, John . . 
Kearnes, Alphens 
King, William . 
Kile, John W. . 
Lewis, John F. . 
MeHenry, James S 
Mike, Andrew, J. 
McAvoy, William 
Morris, Mathew . 
Molby, William . 
Morgan, Charles W 

Metts, Jacob . . 
Napier, James H. 
Huts, George . 



Bank. 



Serg't, 
Corp'l, 



Priv. 



When mastered 






28 Ap'l 
18 

is 

19 

L8 Ap'l 



L2, 
L2, 
L2, 
L2 

4, 
4, 

4, 

L2, 






20 






30 




12. 


20 




1, 


IS 




L2, 


24 




L2, 






12, 


10 


Oct. 


4, 


20 


May 


4, 


20 


Ap'l 


12, 


18 




12, 


23 




12, 






12. 


18 




12. 


45 




12. 


21 


Oct. 


4, 


36 


Jan. 




30 


Ap'l 


12, 


30 




12 


L8 




12, 






12. 


33 




12, 


25 




12. 


23 


Oct. 


4, 


29 


Ap'l 


12, 


41 




12. 


18 




12, 






12, 


IS 




12. 


19 




12, 








! 


Oct. 


4, 


2 


Ap'l 








12. 


L9 






18 


Aug. 


5, 




Oct. 


4, 


is; 


Ap'l 


12, 



1864 
1862 



1864 
1862 



Veteran. 

i 

cran furlough. 



at battle of Wil 

tirlough. 
In aotlon al Winchester. 

lu Creek. 
Oct, 19, 1864. In hospital at Ola- 
rysvllle, Md. 

on at Winchester, 
Ibsent, place un- 
known. 
Vet., woim Sept. 19 

1864. \h. 'in, place unknown. 

1 paroled prisoner. 
Julj 24, 1864. 

villi Brig. Amb. Corps. 
s. pt, ' 

'. Opequan. Sept. 19. '64. 
In hospital at York, Pa. 

Veteran. 

Detailed in hospital, Oct. 4. 1864. 



Wounded at Opequan, S'pt. 19, 

In hosp. at Philadelphia, Pa. 

Vet in hosp. at Baltimore, Md. 



1864 
1862 



1863 
1862 



Veteran. 



Vet, In hosp. at Baltimore, Md. 



Vet. Vol. 



Vet. vol., wounded at Opequan, Sep. 
Vet. vol. Absent, sick. 



Detailed in Q. M. Department. 
Detailed in Div. Hospital. 



Prisoner of war since Dec. 13, 1863. 



Vet. vol., wounc ed at Opequan, Sep. 
In hosp, Parkereburg. 

Vet. Vol. 

Vet. vol., wounded at Opequan, 

Sept. 19. 1864. In hospital. 
Wounded at Opequan Sept. 19, '64. 
Now with company. 

- hi. Sept. 19, 1864. 
. ith company. 
Vet. vol., wounded at Opequan, Sep. 

Now with I'unipany. 
Vet. vol.. wounded at Fisher's Hill, 
Va.. Sept. 22. 1864. In hospital, 
Claiysville, Md. 



Wounded at Opequan, Sept. 19, '64. 
Now with companv. 

Vet. Vol. 



i ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
'P a Vnt/ "JE," Tenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Posthlewait, Frank 
Riggs, Eli B. . 

Riggs, Jesse T 
Riggs, Allen . 

Rail, Jacob 
Smith, John F. 
Simonton, Kinsey 
Sandy, James A. 
Shepherdson. B. 
Simons, John 
Still, John A. . 
Thompson, George 
Thompson, John 
Tuttle, Joel 
Wilson, Thomas J. 
Weekly, Levi D. 
Wolverton, George 
Weekly, Thomas 
Wrick, Columbus 
Woods. David F. 

Williamson, S. G. 
White, Francis M. 
Wells, Eli D. . 
Wince, Peter 
Wade, George 
Dawson, John M. 

Discharged. 
Gonaway, Eli 
Shreeve, Benj. F. 
Cunningham, Benj. 
Phillips. Titus .' 
Arnett, John C. 
Wilson, Newton 
Riggs, John . 
Singer, John . 
Nichlon, John 

Died, 

McCollum, Chas. B 
Dodd, Jacob K. . 
Coger, Abner 
Forrester, John . 
Hanlin, Jeremiah 
Hains, Thomas J. 
Ripley, Levi D. . 
Rose, Marion . . 



Rank. m 



iPriv 



1st Lt. 
Priv. 



2d Lt., 
Corp'l, 
Priv. 



When mustered 
into Bervlce. 



Ap'l 



20 Oct. 
20 Ap' 

18 
18 
18 
27 
L9 
52 
44 
18 
26 
27 
21 



1864 
1S62 



L'S 

38 
L8 

21 

20 



12, 1862 
12, 

4. 
12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

4 
12 
12 
27 
12 
12 
L2 

4 

12 
12 
12. 

12, 

5, 

5. 
12. 

12, 

12 

1. 

Aug. 5. 1863 
Ap'l 12, 1862 
12, ■ 
12, •' 
12, • 
12, " 
12, " 
12 " 



Oct. 

Feb. 

A] VI 

Oct. 
Ap'l 



Remarks. 



Wounded at Kearnstown, Va.. Julv 
24. 1864. lu hosp. at CUirysvilh 



Wounded at Buckhannon. W. V. 

Aug. 30, 1862. Now detailed at 

Div. Headquarters. 
Vet. vol. Absent on furlough 



Vet, Vol. 



Vet. Vol 



Vet. Vol. 

Defd in Div Arab. Cor., Sep. 2, '64 
.: Jan. 27, '64 



AU£ 



Ap'l 



1863 



1862 



Aug. 
Ap'l 
Oct. 
Ap'l 



27, 1863 
12. 1862 

1. • 
12. " 
12, " 
12, " 
12, " 
Not mustered 



Vet. Vol. 



Detached with Ratterv I',, 1st W. V. 

Art., Dee. 27, 1863. 
Wounded at Opequan. Sept. 19, 1864. 

lu lio^p.. Philadelphia, Pa. 



Vet. Vol. 



Vet. vol., wounded at Buckhannon 
Aug. 30, 1862. and again, wounded 
it Opequan, Sept. 19, 1864. Now 
with company. 

Vet. vol., wounded at Opequan, Sep. 
19, 18t,4. Now with company. 

Wounded at Maryland Heights, Julj 
*», L864. Now with company. 

In hosp. :it Clurysville, Md 

In hosp. at Graftoa. 

Rcducedfrom IstSerg't, Scpt.l, '62. 

Det'dwith Bat B, l-t W. V. Art. 
Wounded at Kearnstown. Va.. Julj 

21 1864. Paroled prisoner. 

Res'd Jan. 18, 1863. 

Pro. from 2d Lt., July 20. "6 

Nov. 27, '64 on acc't of disability 
For dlsab'y, Peb, 12. '88, Winchester 

Feb. 23,'63, Cumberland 

Mar. 17, '68, Winchester 

..14. 'C3. ,. 

Feb. 2:!, 88 

(l .( 26, '6.T 



Killed in action at Winchester, Bepl 
19, 1884. 

Of wounds reo'd in action at Droop 
Mountain, Nov. 0. 1863. 

. April 12. ist;:i, at Win- 
chester. 

Of wounds ree'd in action at Droop 
Mountain, Nov. 6, 1863. 

Of disease, June 6, 1863, at Wlnohes 
ter. 

Of disease. May fi, 1881, :i( home, Ty- 
ler Co., «". V 

Of wounds ree'd in action at Ope- 
quan, Sept. 19, 18M. 

Of wounds ree'd in action at F.urk- 
hannon. Aug, BO, 1862 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 






Company " A'." I'< nth Regiment Irtfantry—QontwasA. 



N mi' -. 



Bank. 



When m 



Remark* 



Smith, Pel 
Smith. Caleb . 
Stums, James 
Woodburn, Nathan 
Huffman, George 
Knapp, John V. . 
Shriver, Marion 

Ih. si rtnl. 
Gibney, Martin W. 

Aggregate, 



Priv. 



32 Ap'l 12, 
18 12, 

■1~ 12, 

23 L2, 

25 Aug. 5, 
in Ai.'l 12, 
18 






1863 

1862 






L2, 



20, 1863, at home 

i, April ST, 1863, at Win 

Killed in - 
July: I 

equan, E 
'Killed Id action at Droop Mountain 

Nov. i, 

At Clarksburg, W v., N 

99 men. 



Return oj Capt. NimrodM. Hyers Company "F, ofthe 10th Regiment West 
Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Virginia, show- 
ing the condition of said company on the 3d day of Decemb< r, 1864, 
together with a complete record, of the changes that have tah n place since its 
organization. 
(Si(/i Eenry Bender, 2d Lieut. Commanding Company 



N in.. - 



Hank. 



When mi 

into service. 



Remarks. 



Corp'l. 



Hyer, Nimrod M. . 
Rollyson, Samuel A 
Bender, Henry . 
Westfall, Joseph B. 
Knicely, Samuel E. 
Loyd, Nimrod W. 
Husung, "William T. 
Carr, Isaac 
Bright, Azariah H. 
Riffle, William C. 
Carr, Francis 
McLaughlin, Thos. B ' 
Blagg, Robert S. . 
Squires, Newton 
Meadows. Thos. C Priv 
Brady, Solomon . . 
Barnett, William M. 
Barnett, James K. . 
Brown, Austin M. . 
Brooks, Abraham 
Brooks, Wesley A. . 
Berry, William C. . 
Blagg. John ... 
Carroll, Michael 
Corly, James M. . 



Capt. 

1st Lt.26 0ct. 

2d L\ 

IstSgt 23jMay 

Serg'r. 

22 



40 
25 Oct. 

23 May 
41 

28 Oct 

23 May 

22 

29 Oct. 
31 May 
19 

21 Oct. 

22 May 

23 Ap'l 
20 

22 Oct. 
19 May 

47 






mustered Talten prisoner, June", 1863 

A 1Qi',-» Servlngas L.D.O., 1st Inc. Oh 
t, iou_ 

4, - 

O . i Woundel i 

a, 

n 

■). _ 

4. - 

I 
4 

o 
o 

o, 

4. 
3. 
3, 
4, 
3, 



Wounii<"l at Droop Mountain, No' 
6, 1863. 



1864 Vet. Vol. 

Tet. vol., worn 
July 24.1864. 

-1, 1S62 _' 



•2:\ ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company ".F," Tenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. & 



I flutter, Andrew H 
Clutter, Harvey H 
Carr, Silas 
Clark, John . 
Duffy, James . 
Dobbins, Thomas 
Dawson, Louis A. 
Engel, Israel G. . 
Graff, Andrew . 
Gerber, Frederick 
Gillaspie, Geo. C. 
Gillaspie, James M 
Green, Jonathan 
Given, Robert P. 
Hyer, Leonard W. 
Knicely, John . 
Knicely, Joseph H 
Knicely, William N 
Krafft,' Charles . 
Krafft, William . 
Kyer, Lewis . . 
Morrison, John . 
Morrison, Geo. H. 
Morrison, Silas M. 
Morrison, W. F. 
McPherson, John S 
McMorrow, Marshal 
Mallehon, Harrison 
Ocheltree, Isaac C. 
Prince, Nathan M. 
Perkins, Weaden J 
Perkins, William H. 
Petry, William H. 
Rider, William W. 
Rider, Benjamin E 
Rollyson, Charles M. 
Roily son, John . 
Rollyson, James 
Rollyson, Milton 
Rose, Mortimer . 
res, Ellis W. 
iSutton, John C. . 
Simon, Anthony 
Skidmore, Salathiel 
Stilly, James M. 
Short, Andrew J. 
Sands, William G 



When mu-!. red 
iutosi'n Ice. 



Priv. 


22 




18 




29 




45 


14 


45 




42 


•• 


25 


" 


29 


u 


38 


•• 


40 


" 


21 


[< 


23 


(i 


28 


" 


33 




45 


" 


45 




21 


" 


19 


" 


32 


" 


24 


it 


43 




46 


" 


25 


" 


22 


" 


20 




20 




22 


•' 


23 


" 


23 


•• 


21 


•' 


28 




2A 


•• 


18 


■« 


23 


■• 


20 




26 




28 


" 


25 


" 


21 


•• 


21 




21 


ct 


20 




39 


" 


22 


CI 


28 


a 


27 


(i 


27 



May 

Mar. 
Oct. 

May 

Oct. 

Nov. 

May 



3, 
25, 

28, 
■I. 
3, 
4, 
15, 
3, 
3. 
3, 
3, 
4, 
4, 
■1. 
4, 
May 3, 



1862 
1864 
1863 

1862 



Oct. 



Oct. 
May 
Feb. 

May 



Aug. 
May 



Oct. 



May 



Oct. 
May 
Ap'l 
May 



3, 

4, 
3, 
9, 

o 

3, 

Q 

■>. 
O 

O, 

6, 

3, 
3, 
3, 



1864 

1862 



3, 

3, 

3, 

4, 

■1 

4, 

3, 

3, 

3, 

4, 

3, 

4, 

3, 

3, 



I860 
1862 



1864 
1862 



Remarks. 



Accidentally wounded July ". 1884 
at Leetown, Va. 



Wounded at Cedar Creek, Oct. 13,'6t 
II 11 II 18.W 

.1 Droop Mt.. Not. 6, ISM. 



At Winchester. July 24, 1861. 



Wounded nt Droop Mountain. Nov. 8, 
1863. 



Wounded nt Cedar Creek. Oct. 11, '64 



Wounded nt Winchester, July 54, '04 



Wounded at Opequan, Sept. 19, '64, 



Wounded at Droop Mt., Nov. 6, '63. 

it Opequnn, Sept. 19, '64. 

Droop Mt., Nov. 6, 'S3. 



Veteran. 



Prisoncr'of war since July 23, .'64. 



ADJUTANT GENERALS REPORT. 



275 



Company ••/'.'' Tenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






Bank. 



When m 



I 



Shaver, Willis . . 
Shaver, Harvey F. . 
Shaver, Morgan D. 
Stewart, James . . 

i, Bernhard 
Weihert, John 1 1. . 
Warner, Eldridge C. 

ler, Edward B. 
Wyatt, William . . 
Wilson, Addison . 

Discharged, 
Squires, Norman B. 

Meadows, Thomas . 
Mitchell, William C. 
Riffle, Jacob . 

Died. 
Baxter, John D. . 
Morrison, Sheldon C 
Rollyson, John H. 
Berry, Jesse . 
Corly, John P. . 
Blagg, Abraham 
Dobbins, James F. 
Dobbins, Samuel P 
Dobbins, Joel 
Greenleaf, Thomas S 
Griffin, Levi J. 
Meadows, John A 
Meadows, Robinson 
Moore, John J. . 
Smith, Mathias C. 

Deserted, 
Brown, Samuel J. 
Beasley, Harrison 
I 'ntlip, Benjamin F 

Davis, Nathaniel C 
Davis, Henry T. 
B. 
Skidmore Elijah 
Aggregate 



Priv. 2 ' 
2] 
20 Oct. 

40 May 
25 

28 Oct. 

1st Sgt 27 May 

Priv. 45 Oct. 
36 May 
27 



Priv. 



1st Ser 24 

Serg 
Corp'l, 23 

18 
19 
L9 

45 

19 

23 
20 

45 



May 

Oct. 

May 

Oct. 

May 

Not 



2 - 

Wounded at < 1] ian, Be] 

■', ■ 

■! 

Ok I >var since Dec. 1 

3! ■• 



At Gallip 
acc't of (round In right leg, ree'd 
6, 1863. 
For disability, April 1. 1^63, at Gen. 
imberland. Ml. 

ril 1, 1-03, at Gen. 
md, Ml. 
At York. P 

m o( loss of left arm from 
wounds received in action, Nov. 6, 
1863. 



Droop Mountain ' 
" .. Killed In notion near Winchester. 

Sept. 19 
1 [n Beg. llosp. at Winchester, Feb. 

11'. t>3, of scrofula. 

■ I. from wounds reed in 
' '• Ion near Winchester. 

Supposed to here been killed near 
'->• July '-'4, 1864. 

I .. ■ from wounds reed in 

action near Winchester. 
I .. Of consumption, March 20. I 

"*» Win t. 

I , . July 20, '68, nt P.overly, W. V.. from 

' • accidental wound. 

4 Of consumption, Jan. 2u, 

I Grafton. W. V. 

May 8, '63, at Winohester 

;• .. Of fever, Oct. 13, '64, at Marin 

4. : or pneumonia, Deo. H, '62, at Cum 
bcrlau.i. Md. 

17. 1864 ird, Va. 

•• ,. or fever, Aug, 30, U6S, at J! 

mustered SB,ton ' 



L8Ap'l 4, 1864 v 

30 Oct, 4, 1- 12 :.W.T.,llayl 

IS 4. 

May 3, 

36 Oct". 

; 

36 Xot mustered u 
108 men. 



I to hard labor I 

indls now in P.rax- 

C, '62, at Sutlon. 

AtBulltown, W. V 



276 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Record ofCapt James M- Ktring's Company u G"ofthe 10th Regiment West 
Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, near Winches- 
ter, Pa., showing the condition of said Company on the ith day of Decem- 
ber, 1864, together with a complete record of the changes that have taken jilacc 
since its organization. 

(Signed,) R. W. Vahnku, Lieut. Commanding Company. 



Nami -. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into Bervice. 



Remarks. 



McAdams, John 
Varner, Robert W 
Brannon, John S 
Gluck, Joseph C. 
Holmes. Alired C. 
Taylor, George W. 
Beall, Isaac . 
Cain. John W. 
Staton, George W. 
Lieber, August J. 
Brannon, Hiram A 
Beall, Alfred . . 
Garvin, George W. 
Amos, Rowley W. 
Amos, Benjamin F. 
Barnhouse, Isaac 
Barnhouse, Samuel 
Cain, James P. . 
Current, Lemuel 
Crites, John . 
Flanigan, John \Y 
Furr, Amos . 
Frederick, Benj. F. 
Frederick, Wm. T. 
Griffin, William 
Grnbb, Robert . 
Gayner, Garrett J. 
Hefner, Nathaniel 
Hinchman, Joseph 
Halbert, Benj. F. 
Heckert, George C. 
Jones, John 
Jones, James . 
Jarvis, Amos . . 
Johnson, James E. 
Kelly, John B. 
Kuhle, William . 
Keller, Jacob . . 
Keller, Frederick 
Lake, Bradford . 
Miller, George W. 
Mepman, Henry 
Mesanger, Hira Q. 



Priv. 



1st Lt. 28 Ap'l 
2d Lt., 31 Oct. 
1st Ser 25 May 
Serg't. 23 Mar 
" 27 

36 

29 
Corp'l. 22 May 

29 

20 

20 

26 Oct. 
2( ) May 
39 

20 

26 
23 

20 

20 Feb. 

20 : 

23; May 

■10 

20 Oct. 

19 Feb. 
22 May 
20 

22 Oct. 
28 Mav 
2'. i 

24 Oct. 
30 
30 May 

20 Oct. 
May 

30;Aug. 
May 
30 

19 Aug. 
2i ) Feb. 
i30|Mar. 

27 Oct. 
20 : Mar. 
21 I Oct. 



Of) "| QR9 Captured bj the enemy, Doc 18. '68. 

"4.' " 



"] Qi^l Wounded In action at Winch 
xoui g ep) [9, 1864, leg amputated 
i( Vet. vol., wounded in .-iction at Lee 

town. Va.. July 3, 1864. 

.< Vet. vol. Sick 'with small pox at 

Sand; Hook. Mil. since Julj 7 i'.i 
Appointed Serg't, Nov. I, 186*. 



Wounded in action, Sept, 19, IBM 



6. 

6. 
4, 
6, 
6, 
>> 
6, 
6, 
6, 

4 1 '-sfiA Ca P turei1 by the enemy. July 24, '64 

6', 

6, 
6, 

t. 



Sick in liosp., Cumberland, Md. 
1 RAO i Wounded at Maryland Heights, July 
Appointed Corp'l, Dec. 1, 1864. 



Vet, vol., wounded in action near 
Winchester, Sept. la, 1S64. 



1864 Vet. Vol. 
1864 - 



1. 
28, 
6, 
■J. 
6, 
6, 
4, 

6, 

!. 

6, 

18. 

6, 

6, 

o. 
o 



it Det'd as Hosp. Steward, .May 28, '64. 

1862 _ 

I Of\A De t'd to Amb. corps, Sept. 3, 1862. 

L862 - 

a Det'd as nurse in hosp., Wluchestei 

1 oc 1 Del las Orderly at 1-1 oiv. Head 
J-OUtl quarters. 

Wounded In action at Fisher's Hill 
Bi pt, 22, 1864 

1862, _ 

1 Sfi4 absent without leave, Aug. 20, 1864 

:. wounded at Cedar Creek, Va, Ool 
1864. \no amputated 



wouuded in action near Winchester 
[S 1864. 

' B 1st W. V Irtiller; 



L863 



July 24, 1864. 

wounded In action near 
Winchester, Sept. 19, 1864. 



1802 

1864i Vet. Vol. 

1862 _ 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "(7," Tenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



X;ilii''». 



Rank. 



wii.-n mastered 
iuto s.i \ Ice. 



Remarks. 



McCord, John T. . Priv. 
Miller, John A. . . 
Miller, James M. 
Miller, Henry . . 
Miller, Jacob . . . 
Norman, James E. . 
Nires, Philip . . . 
Pritt, Robert . . . 
Riddle, George M. . 
Riddle, George W. . 
Riffle, Franklin . . 
Read, John . . . 
Roberts, Uriah 
Smarr, Benjamin 
Shutter, Anthony . 
Snyder, John . . 
Taylor, Samuel . 
Townsend, Edward 
Taylor, William A. 
Wigner, William J. 
Wilson, Abraham F. 
Wilson, David D. . 
Wilson, Hannibal T. 
Yerkey, Silas J. 

Discharged, 
Bush, Daniel D. . . 
Gainer, Michael 
Persinger, John L. . 
Skinner, Lewis . . 
Childers, Daniel . . 
Westfail, Adam S. . 
Riddle, John . . . 

Transferred i 
Dettamore, Henry H. 1st Ser 
Ezekiel, David J. . " 

Died, 
Ewing, James M. 
Jeffries, Michael E. 
Cawthorn, John . 
Holbert, James . 
Stover, Jacob J. . 
Turner, William PI. 
Varner, Adam E. 
Black, Hanson . 
Bailey, Thomas A. 
Edwards, Hamilton 
Grog, Joseph . . , 



37|Oct. 

22 Feb. 
20 

25 Mar. 

-' 

40 May 

20 

2ii 

46 

21 Oct. 

20 

28 

18 Apl 

L9 Feb. 

23 May 
35 

45 
20 

17 Mar. 
38 May 
35 

41 Mar. 
37 



,; . 
6, 
6, 
6, 

■I, 

t, 

I. 
L5 
2:-. 
6 
6, 
6, 
6, 
2 

'•■ 
6, 
8, 
8, 
4. 



_ 

1 or* 1 ic enemj . Julj r i 64 

11 

1864 Absent sick. 

11 Captured by the enemj Julj 

1864 _ 



Captured bj 1 Ir- enemy, I 
Wounded al Winchester, July 24,'64. 



■ Vet. Vol. 

I Qi'. > Det'd in Amb. corps, J 

" Vet. Vol. 
1864 'Vet. Vol. " 

I CAO Wounded at Winchester, Jurj u, '64 

1864 I I ~ 

K 

1 Q CO I Captured by the enemy , Oct. II 64 



37 May 6, 1862 March 20, 186:;. 



47 Oct. I 



Aug. — , 1863. 



25 Not mustered Sept. 12, 1862. 
34 May 6, 1862 March 17, 1863. 
20 Nov. 11, ■ ■■ 10, 1863. 

28 May 6, " " — , " 

23 Oct, 4, 1862 " 15, 1804. 



;Capt. 
iCorp'l, 
I Priv. 



35|May 
22 

36 July 

20 Mar. 

38 

20 Oct. 

30 

23 

25 

23 

21 

20 

20 



6, 

6, 

21, 
o 



• Appointed Ber. kfaj. ol Ri . 
i 1864. 

Pro.2dLt. I.". 1'.. IU'1. W'V. In! 
I Sept. 1'.', W.I. 



I <l tO Killed in :i tii .i Dear Wil 
^ u -^ Sept. IS 






May 

Mar. 

Oct, 

May 



o iskj Ki "' 1 ,l "'■" ■ ' - : 

i 

i. 

6, 
6, 



1. 
6, 
6, 
6, 



Oiled in iiotinn nt Winchester, Julv 
24, i • 

Killed in ae., Murviatid Hdgl I 

;. i-«t. 

Killed in a'tion, near Winchester. 

Sept. 19, 1-'. i. 
Killed in action Dear Wlnoh 

July '.'i 1884. 
Vet. vci. Killed Inaction nearW!u< 

Chester, July '24. 1864. 

Jan. 15, 1864. 
Dec. 25, 1863. 
Jan. 15. '■ 



35 



278 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "£," Tenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 


Rank. 


s 

< 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Kerens, Benjamin . 


Priv. 


24 


May 


6 1864 i AccidentaU y shot ' Jan ' 1Q i 1864 ' 


Ratcliff, William . 


" 


is 




6, " March 10, 1863. 


Powers, John F. 


(1 


21 




6, " (May 15, 


Riddle, Elijah S. . 


" 


18 


Oct. 


4, 1862 " " 


Riddle, William P. 




35 




4, " " 4, 


Riddle, James F. 




24 




4, " !Jan. 15, 1864. 


Riddle, Samuel S. . 


" 


20 




4, " , March 6, 1863. 


Short, Leroy . . 


II 


24 




4, " Sept. 5, 


Whiting, Walcot B. 




22 


May 


6, " April 20, 1864. 


Deserted, 










Bush, Waldo J. . . 




30 


Not mustered; June 12, 1862. 


Coger, Christopher . 




34 


" 


Oct. 4, " 


Cuberly, Ashly M. . 


" 


21 


" 


July 22, " 


Demoss, Nathaniel . 




18 


■• 


" 


Sept. 4, " 


Greenleaf, Allen G. 


t( 


19 


" 


' : 


.. .. 


Hamric, Asa . 




37 


" 


July 1, " 


Kerens, Joseph . 




42 


May 


6, 1862 I Sept. 1, " 


Marks, Martin . . 


" 


18 


Oct. 


4, " |May 20, 1863. 


Norman, Henry . 


" 


21 


Not mustered! July 21,1862. 


Putnam, Jeremiah . 


" 


26 


May 


6, 1862iSept. 1, " 


Townsend, Albert A. 


" 


27 




6, " |Aug. 24, " 


Aggregate, 


1 07 1Y1PT1 





Return of Capt. M. W. Cobun's Company li H,' J 10th Regiment West 
Va. Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Va., showing the con- 
dition of said Company on the Zd day of December, 1864, together with a 
complete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 



Names. 


Rank. 


< 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Cobun, M. W. . . 


Capt. 


26 


June 


1, 1862 




Hays, Wm. M. . . 
Rollins, Isaac . . 


1st Lt. 
2d Lt., 


32 


May 


8, " 

9, " 


Dismissed, Aug. 1, 1864. 


Marple, M. F. . . 


1st Ser 


25 




8, " 


Com'd 2<1 Lt., not mustered. 


Crislep, Johnson W. 


Serg't, 


27 




8, " 


Reduced to ranks, May 25, 1863. 


Crouse, George W. 


u 


19 




s. •■ 


(i Nov. 23, 1864. 


Wooters, Wm. W. A. 




42 








Ramsey, Wm. H. . 
Hill, John E. . . 


Corp'l, 


21 
20 




8, " 
8, " 


Reduced to ranks at his own request, 

Dec. o\ '62. 
Died ct' disease, Dec. 28, 181 

field. 


Bean, James . . . 




21 




8, " 


_ _ 


Lough, James . 


" 


22 




8, " 


Died of disease at Winchester, Juur 
2, 1863. 


Wamsley, Lloyd 
Love, Edward . . 


a 


is 
20 


Nov. 
May 


15, " 

8, " 


Reduced to ranks at his own request. 
Pro. to Serg't, Dec. 26, 1864. 


Curtes, Thomas C. . 


.< 


2-2 


Nov. 


15, « 


- 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "(?," Tenth Regime nf In fantry— Continued. 






Names. 



Rank. 


So 


When mustered 




<3 


into bi i 


Priv. 




May 


Mus'n, 




8, " 


f ( 


I.", 


Nov. P.), ■ 


Wag'r 


53 


May 8. " 


Priv. 




8, " 


•■ 


21 


Aug. 5, 1863 


•• 


21 


5, " 


" 




Nov. 15, 1862 


a 


22 




" 


24 


Aug. 5, 1863 


" 


[s 


May 8, 1862 


" 


32 


Feb. 29, 1863 


■• 


10 


Mav 8, 1862 


■ < 


40 


8, " 


" 


59 


8, " 


•• 


20 


8, " 


" 


20 


8, " 




45 


8, " 


n 


25 


8, " 


n 


19 


8, " 


" 


10 


Nov. 15, " 


<: 


34 


15, " 


" 


21 


15, " 


" 


L8 


15, " 


CI 


45 


15, " 


a 


21 




cc 


22 


Nov. 15, 1862 


•■ 


22 


May 8, " 




16 


Aug. 5, 1863 


" 


30 


5, " 


" 


20 


5, " 


li 


2-1 


May 8, 1862 


t £ 


23 


8, " 


" 


18 


8, " 


" 


L8 


8, " 


" 


18 


Mar. 1, " 


" 


22 


May 8, " 


II 


is 


Nov. 15, " 


(1 


32 


May 8, " 


11 


20 


8, " 


11 


21 


8, " 


(1 


22 


8, " 


u 


25 


Aug. 22, 1863 


11 


27 


Feb. 9, " 


" 


18 


_ 


(1 


17 


Nov. 15, 1862 


" 


16 


- 



Remarks. 



Foster, John H. . 
Shaffer, D. C. . 
Marple, Amos T. 
Simon, Abraham 
Furr, Abraham . 
Anthony, William J. 
Bean, Benjamin . 
Bean, Thomas 
Boils, William H 
Bean, John . . 
Bootright, Daniel R. 
Bemrett, Moses H. 
Bolton, Wesley . 
Booth, Isaac . . 
Crouse, George . 
Crouse, Anthony 
Chapman, James 
Cummins, Lewis . 
Crouse, Squire . 
Campbell, Philip R 
Champ, R. B. . 
Cade, William . 
Canfield, Marshal 
Channel, Coleman 
Cosley, Noah E. . 
Cade, Bales . 
Cosly, Wm. H. . 
Can ad y, William C 
Crislip, Alvin D. 
Carpenter, Oliver 
Carpenter, John C 
Edmonds, William 
Ekis, Larkin D. . 
Furr, Marion 
Glasscock, William 
Gum, Benjamin F. 
Hocum, Jacob . 
Howell, William 
Hill, Joseph E. . 
Hooke, Henry H. 
Jones, William . 
Kelley, William C 
Kelley, Jasper . 
Love, Byron . . 
Lohr, Henry W. 
Lough, Elias . . 
Lonenburger, J. W 



., Feb. — , 1863. 
Pro. to Scrg't, May 28, 1863. 



Disch'd by order 



Died of wounds ree'd in action, Sept. 

19, 1864. 
Died of disease, April — , I 



Wounded In action, Jnlj 



Vet. vol. Ke-enl'd March 15. 1861. 



Dis'd Mar. 17. 1864. 



Dis'd Mar. 14, 1863. 



Died of disease, March — , 1863. 



M'ounded in action, Sept. 19, 1861. 

Killed in action at Droop Mountain, 

Nov 6. 186 ;. 
Died of disease, Xov. 5, 1864, Camp 

Parole, Md. 

Des d Aug. 22, 1862. 



Died of wounds ree'd In action. Mar. 
■26, '62. 



Des'd Aug. 22, 1862. 

Died Xov. 13, '64, of wounds ree'd in 

action. 
Died of disease. May 24, '62. 



Died of disease, June 14, 1864. 

Killed in action at Winchester, July 

24, 1864. 
Appointed Serg't, Sept. 27, 1862. 

Des'd Sept. 6, 1862. 

Died of dliease, Jan. 4, 1863. 



280 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Company "(?," Tenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Moore, Silas R. . 
Moore, Isaiah 
McCloud, James T 
Morris, James M. 
Morris, John Q. 
Miller, Andrew 
Nutter, Anthony H. 
( >urs, John M. . 
Paugh, James . 
Pullins, Wesley . 
Price, Lewis . . 
Moore, William R. 
Prince, Henry J. 
Register, James K 
Reed, John W. . 
Right, John . 
Simon, Alford E. 
Sigley, George W. 
Shoemaker, Jno. W 
Shoemaker, Joseph 
Skidmore, James S 
Smallwood, William 
Shaffer, George W 
Sander, David W. 
Scott, Jefferson . 
Suddarth, Josiah 
Thomisson, R. S. 
Thorn, Graham . 
Tallman, Robert 
Williams, Noah . 
AVheeler, Abraham 
Wheeler, Wm. S. 
Willmoth, Gen. M. 
Williams, George 
Williams, Isaac . 
Wease, Nirnrod . 
Whitecotton, N. S. 
Whitecotton, W. H 
Welch, Samuel . 
Yeager, Jacob . 
Yeager, Francis A 
Aggregate— 



Priv. 



;20jMay 
18 Nov. 
28 
May 
Aug. 
May 



23 

'26 
!42 
19 

23 

22 Nov, 
18 
18 
39 

10 Aug 
,l8|Nov 
25 Aug. 5 
17 1 Nov. 15 
19| May 8 
18 

18 Nov 
J38 
24 
18 
;29 ; 
29 
18 

18iMay 
: 25; 
16 _ 
18 Nov. 
18jMay 
50 
21 1 
122 



Nov. 



L5 



20 
26 

20 
18 

19 

20 

25 
19 



Nov. 



8 
8 
8 
8 
15 
15 

Aug. 22 

Nov. 15 

15 

15 



1 86^ Vet - vo1 - ReenldFeb. 27, 18G4. 
< i I Prisoner of war since Oct, 19, '64. 

1864J _ 
1863; _ 
1862 : _ 

! Prisoner of war since Oct 19, 18G4. 



Killed in action at Droop Mountain, 
W. V.. Not. 6,1863. 



1863 
1861 
1863 
1862 



Appointed Oorp'l, Nov. 29, 18G2. 



Wounded in action at Winchester 

July 24, 1864. 
wounded in action near Winchester, 

Sept. 19, 1864. 



1862 



Wounded in action near Winchester, 

Sept. 19, 1864. 
Died Aug. 13, '64, from wounds reed 

in action, July 24, 1864. 



Retained by civil authority since 

June 10, 1862. 
Wounded in action, July 5, 1864. 



Killed at Droop Mountain, Nov. 6, 

1863. 
Wounded in action, Oct. 19, 1861. 

Died of disease, May 14, 1862. 

Rejected hv mustering officer, Nor. 
15, 1862.' 



18621 



Wounded in action at Winchester, 
| Sept. 19, 1864. 



I Wounded at battle of Winchester. 
: Sept. 19, 1864. 



Appointed Corp'l, Nov. 29, 1862. 
I Prisoner of war since Oct. 19, 1864. 



Wounded at Droop Mountain, Nov. 6, 
1863. 



1863 
1862 



Wounded in action, July 24, '64. 



Wounded in action at Winchester, 
Sept. 19, 1864. 



.102 men. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



281 



Return of Copt James A. Jarboe s Company "I,' 1 of the 10th Refitment W. V. 
Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, near Winchester, Va., show- 
ing the condition of said Company on the 2nd day of December, 1804, to- 
gether iritha complete record of the changes that have taken place since its 
organization. 

(Signed,) Jambs A. Jarboe, Capt. commanding Company. 



Names. 



Kank. 



When m 

into 



Jarboe, James A. . 
Jarboe, John M. 
Ahem, Michael . . 
Trout, Isaac N. . . 
Rawlings, John W. 
Mayhew, Benj. F. . 
Hilky, William I. . 
Kitzmiller, John H. 
Danner, Henry . . 
Miera, George W. . 
Crawford, David K. 
Aronhalt, Joseph H, 
Hershman, William 
Cross, John T. . . 
Arnold, Gabriel F. . 
Byrd, Abram P. 
Bailey, Hezekiah P. 
Bartholow, William 
Bobo, Joseph . . 
Burns, Silverton 
Blackburn George . 
Brooks, Samuel T. . 

Bever, Peter . . . 
Cornell, Thomas 

Chester, Orlando . 

Drew, William . . 

Danner, Joseph . . 

Dye, Wm. J. H. . . 

Green wait, Peter R. 

Harrison, Jas. G. L. 

Harrison, Runnels, . 

Harrison, David 

Hall, Henry . . . 

Jarboe, Francis M. . 

Liller, Michael A. . 

Liller, John . . . 

Martin, Solomon 

Martin, George . 

Mayhue, Joshua J. . 

McAnerny John 

Mason, Peter . . 

O'Donnall, Hugh 

Powell, Joseph . 



Capt., 
1st Lt. 
2d Lt., 
1st Sgt 
Serg't 

Corp'l, 



Priv. 



•• 



28 
20 
23 
46 
22 
•2d 
24 
22 
23 
20 
18 
19 
18 
44 
31 
32 
18 
L8 
23 

• ;i 

18 
21 
18 



Remarks. 



May 19, 1862 
19, " 
19, " 
19, " 
19, " 
19, < 
19, " 
19, » 
19, " 
Nov. 15, " 
Mav 10, « 
19, " 
19, « 
Feb. 9, 1863 
Jan. 7, 1864, 
May 19, 1862 ! 
19, " 
19, " 
19, ,: 
Nov. 15', " 
May 19, " 
Nov. 15, " 
May 19, " 
July 10, 1863 



Corps at Sandy 
H.iok BinoeJul] LS, L864. 

Petersburg, 

J .i, ■',. 1864. 



Taken pris. near Petersburg, Jan. 3, 

Wonnded in action at Winchester. 
July 24. '64. 

Detached with Am. corps at Charles • 
town, Va., Sept. 3,1864. 

Taken pris. near Petersburg, Jan. .'i. 
1864. 



Capt'i! near Petersburg, Jan. 3, 64 



'.' i i i in action near Winchester, 
Sept- 19, i*>;i. 
Taken pris. near Petersburg, Jan. 
3, 1864. 



Taken pris. near Petersburg, Jan. 
.., 1864. 



Taken pri3. near Petersburg, Jan. 3. 
l-«.t. 



Jan. 7, 1864 _ 

18 i MaV 19 1862 C8 P td ncrir p,> < p r-burg, Jan. 3. 0.4. 

22 ' 19', " 

1(~) in << Wounded at Cedar Creek, Oct. IP, '61 

19 Nov. 15' 



"Rpb 1 QftQ bounded at Winchester, Sept. \'< 

Mav 19 1862 Captd ncar Petei,burg ' J: ' n ' n '*'' 



Taken pris. near Petersburg, Jan. 3. 
1864. 



26 

28 

30 

32 May 19, 1862 

27 19, 

40; 19, 

22 19, 

20 Tail 7 1864 ^ oundcd ' Winchester, Sept. 19, '64. 

18 May 19' 1862' " " ***■•«■ 
18 Nov. 15, " 

35 ATnV 19 " Taken pris. near Petersburg, Jan. 3, 

31 19,' 

32 19, 






ADJUTANT GENERALS REPORT. 



Company "J," Tenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Kami's. 



Rank. 



When mustered 

■ I vi. -v. 



Remarks. 



Poland, John 
Powell, Ransom T. 
Powelson, Chas. T. 
Rhodes, John W. 
Rhodes, Jacob 
Steward, Samuel 
Shillenburg, Isaac 
Shafer, William . 
iStaggs, William F. 
Staggs, John F. . 
Tasker, Benjamin 

Died, 
Thrush, John M. 
Shillenburg, James 
Turner, William 
Brooks, Samuel T. 
Lyons, Arnold . 
Harrison, George A 
Moore, John W. . 
Miller, George . 
Thrush, Richard H. 
Barclay, A. W. . 

Deserted. 
Likens, John . . 
Welch, John D. . 
Blackburn, James 
Barrick, James . 
Grapes, John W. 
Elliott, Theodore 
Hull, Jacob . . 
May, James . . 
Mungold, Jacob H. 
Aggregate,—. 



Priv. 23 May 19 ig62' Capt ' dnearrctcrsburg ' Jan- v 64 ' 

" ' 14 ' 19. 

" |18 - - 

" 19 Jan. 7,1864 _ 

21 May 19, 1862 Tn , v ', , i r ' l ' ri< - nwr 1>,t " r - b, "«. •>»"• 

19 " 10, - 

21 Jan. 7. 186-1 

<« -"M Capt'd near Petersburg, Jan.."., '64. 

°0 Tan 7 1 854 fl '°" naed atCedai ' Ci ' o ' l; (lr '• ,l1 ' ,;| 



Corp'l, 22 June 
21 May 
Serg't, 22 
iPriv. 18 Nov. 
i " |28|May 



21 
'18 
20 
21 



1st Lt. 



Jan. 

Jan. 
May 



Corp'l, 


33 


u 


25 


Priv. 


19 




21 


■< 


18 


" 


18 


i 


18 


ii 


23 




19 



3, 
19, 
19, 
15, 
19, 

7, 

7, 

19, 
19, 

19, 
19, 
19, 
19, 



1863 
1862 



1864 

1864 
1862 



Killed in action at Winchester, Sept. 

19, 186*. 
From disease, Winchester, Jan. 1803 

n ii May 10,'63. 

In rebel prison, March 30, 1864. 

At Ridgeville, W. V., Nov. 27, 1862. 

In hosp., at Baltimore, Md., July 14. 
1864. 

At Winchester, Jan. 23, '63. 

At Beverly, W. v., May 1, 1864. 

Killed inaction at Cedar Creek, Oct. 

IS, 1864. 
At Winchester, April 19. 1863. 



Between Beverly and Martinsburg, 

June 16, 1864. 
'Between Roniney und Winchester, 
' Dec. 21, 1862. 
Between Beverly and Martinsburg, 

June 16, 1864. 
Between Beverly and Martinsburg. 

June 16, 1864. 
At Uoorefield, Dec. 19, 1862. 



May 19, 1862 B %™% ^, ney and winche9ter 
19, 
19, 



Dec. 21, 1862. 
1 Sept. 3, 1862, at Cheat River, Va. 

Between Romney and Winchester, 
I Dec. 21, 1862. 
At M.iorefleld, Dec. 19, 1862, 



Jo men. 



Return of Capt. Jacob P. KuykendalV s Company "2T," of the Tenth Regiment 
West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Cam}-) Russell, Va., near 
Winchester, Va., showing the condition of saidCompany on the 8th day of 
December, 1864, together with a complete record of the changes that have taken 
place since its organization. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Kuykendall, Nimrod 
Moats, Benjamin 
Nutter, Thomas S. . 
Kee, James G. . . 
Zickel'oose, A. W. . 



1st Lt, 45 Ap'l 22, 1862 Co -' 1 d 9t N ^ 2 4 18W -- :fotmU8tcrod 

2d Lt., 24Jan. 29, 1863 \^Zy J, "" y 24 ' im ' Returned 
lstSer ; 20,Feb. 29, 1864 vc^o,., wounded j u , r 24, i 8 «4. i. 

Serg't, 22 Aug. 18, 1862 _ 

" l21'N0V 19 " Wounded Sept. 19, 1864. In uoip 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



283 



Company "AV Tenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 









When 
Into 









. a, John W. . . 
Wi in rich, Lewis 
Kelly, John H. . . Corp'l, 
}, Isaiah D. 
on, John B. . 
Swadley, Nicholas 
Furr, Lemuel jr. 
Simmons, Wm. H. 
Smith, Francis M. 
Stanly, Henry F. 
Arrowhood, Alex. . Priv. 
Ayres, John F. . 
Boston, John AV. 
Boston, Henry T. 
Bowers, Jacob B. 
Barker, Oliver . 
Brooks, James . 
Barns, Uz . . . 
Buzzard, Armenius 
Bayne, Thomas AV. 
Braden, Thomas , 
Calhoun, David . 
Cunningham, J. 1 
Cline, Floyd S. 
Coleman, Jesse 
Eagle, Philip R 
Ellefrit, Isaac 
Furr, Lemuel sr 
Furr, Enoch . 
Foster, S. C. . 
Freeman, Homer 
Goodwin, R. J. 
Gregory, John D 
Hammer, George AV 
Hammer, Lewis 
Heck, Justus C. 
Jenkins, A 
Jenkins, Samuel 
Jeffrey, A. AV. 
Layfield, James 
Moore, Felix 
Mitchell, F. M. 
Mullenax, AV. ,1. 
Myers, Jacob . 
Moats, John P. 
Malone, Samuel S 
Morgan, Levi 
Newhart, George J 



20 Ap'l 

28 

22 Aug. 

i20 Feb. 

30 

44 Nov. 

is Ap 1 

18 

35 Feb. 

22 Ap'l 
20 Nov. 
18 Aug. 
25 Ap'l 
18 

21 

18 Mar. 

32 Nov. 

55 

25 

35 Mar. 
18 Ap'l 
18 
18 Nov. 

40 Ap'l 

44 Ap'l 

18 Mar. 
18 Nov. 
20 Ap'l 

20 Nov. 
24 Mar. 

23 Nov. 

18 Ap'l 
30 Nov. 



Ap'l 
Mar. 

44 Feb. 

18 Mar. 
33 Nov. 
31 1 



22. 

10, 
29, 
15, 

22 
6, 

22 

is! 

5, 
22, 

-2, 
22' 

15,' 

15, 
15, 

15, 

1, 

22, 

15, 
15, 

15, 
15, 

22 

6,' 

15, 

22, 

5, 

15, 

1, 

15, 

15, 

15, 

— 1 

15, 
15, 
29, 
6, 
8, 
15, 
15, 



• homo sick. 
II 

- 

Vet. Vol. 
! - 
" 

1, rt'ounded July 21. '61. Bet'd toduty. 

ii Oct. 19, 166*. lu hoip. 

1862 - 

II Prisoner of war since July 25, 1864. 

1863 - 

1862 _ 



1864 
1862 



Vet. Vol. 



1864 
1862 



i ( Prisoner of war since July 3, 1»64. 

_ 
_ 

_ 

I QfiQ Wounded July 24, 1864. Inhosp. 

1862; _ 

_ 

Prisoner of war since July 3, 1864. 



II Wounded Sept. 19, 1-61. Inhosp. 



1864 
1862 
1864 



1S62 



Vet, Vol. 



Vet., wounded Sept. 19, 

Wounded Sept. 19, 1864. In hosp. 

" July 2J, '64. Leg. amputa- 
ted. 



284 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "A'," Tenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



(Tames. 



Itank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



UeuiarkR. 



Nicholson, C. N. . 
Pritchard, J. N. 
Propst, William 
Pool, Isaac . . . 
Phillips, Wirt . . 
Raley, Joseph . . 
Randall, John M. . 
Stanly, Eli M. . . 
Simmons, Salathiel . 
Simmons, John W. 
Sinnett, John P. 
Shiflett, Edward . 
Williams, Isaac . . 
Wiseman, Samuel . 
Wilson, James P. . 
Welch, Isaiah . . . 
Webb, John G. . . 
Webb, Michael D. . 
Warner, Marshal L. 
Zigan, Milton C. . 

Resigned. 
Hess, Thomas . . 

Discharged, 
Davis, Hezekiah S. 
Hogue, Alexander . 
Jenkens, Joseph . 
Pinnell, David S. . 
Ruckman, Eli . 

Transferred- 
Meserve, C. C. . . 
Douglass, G. A. . . 
Clutter, John J. . . 
Davis, A. S. . . . 
Bryson, Charles . . 

hied, 
Kuykendall, J.I'. . 
Yeager, Ashbel G. . 
Barns, Thomas R. . 
Kendall, Eli R. . . 
Rexroad, Lewis . . 
Arrowhood, Job 
Drake, Patrick . . 
Earsome R. . . . 
Barnett, Thomas . 
Barrackman, Aaron 
Carder, Joseph G. . 
Davis, James W. . 
Drake, James . . 



Priv. 18 Not mustered _ 

Jo Mar. 15, 1864 Vet. Vol. 

IS \V)'\ 2.9 lOgO Wounded July 24, '64. In DOSp. 
KO'W... IE II Missing iu action, Oct. 19. 1864. 

20 ' 15,' " 

L9 Alar. 18, 1864, Vet. Vol. 

II ISlAn'l 99 "I QA9 ' Wounded Oct. 19, 1864. In hospital, 

26 Feb. 4, 1864 - 

" 21'At>'1 99 I QfiQ Wounded Oct. 19, 1864. Iu hospital. 

26 Nov. 19,' " 

l.s Ap'l 22, " 

18 Mar. 31, 1864 Vet. Vol. 

23 Ap'l 22, 1862' 

25' 22, " h 

IS Mar. 15, 1864|Vet. Vol. 

21 Ap'l 22, 1862! _ 
18 Feb. 25, 1864 _ 
18 25, " 



Wounded July 24, 1SBI. At liouic. 



18 

18 



1st Lt. 33 



Nov. 15, 1862 
Ap'l 22, 1862 

June 10, 



Oct. 23. 1864. 



Priv. 41 Ap'l 22, 1862iFor die., Mar. 4, '63. 
45 22, " " Ap'l 4, " 

27 22, " - May 4, '64. 

18. Not mustered RejecUHl ttt I " llste '- i »- 
31 ! Ap'l 22, 1862For dis., Ap'l 15, '63. 



Serg't, 
Corp'l, 
Priv. 


L9 

21 
30 


' : 


30 




26 


Capt. 

Serg't, 


23 
21 
20 


Corp'l, 


IS 
40 




28 


11 


25 


" 


18 


i: 


15 


" 


25 


a 


18 


11 


39 


1 " 


18 



22, 

22, 
00 



Iu V. B, C.,Jan, 4,1861. 
11 11 May 1,1861). 
11 li March— ,1861. 



Nov. 15, - : - •• " ' 
Ap'l 22, 1863 Tol; "" ' 



June 10, 1862 

Ap'l 22, " 

22, " 

22 " 

Nov. 15,' " 

15, " 

15, " 

Ap'l 22, " 

22 " 

Nov. 15', " 

Ap'l 22, " 

Nov. 15, " 

15, ■ 



Killed in action al Cedar I 

Dot, 18, I86i. 
Killed in action at Fisher's Hill, Va. 

Si in. 28, 1864.. 
in wounds reo'd ;>t Winchester, Va. 

I 1 1864. 
Killed Inao., I'.everly, Jul] :, 186 

i. II ii 



ii Winchester, July 24, '64, 

u Sept. 19, 84 
Sov. 26, I-'" 
.i 
Of wounds, Oct. 13, 1862. 
u July 26, 1864. 

Of disease, May 10, 1863. 



ADJTJTANT GENERAL'S REPORT 
Company "K," Tenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Bank. If u ; 



Fnllwider, Abner . Priv. L9 Ap'l 22, L862J 

Eawkins, John . . 22, 

Jenkins, Robert . " 25 Nov. 15 "■' 

Killing8wortli, M. J. L8 

Leggett, Benj. P. " L8 Ap'l l'l' m - 

ingham, W. -I. 26 ".' . I."), " 

Stanley, William . " 45 '" ! 

Shiflett, William i!. 22^ " 

Towner. John J. . 45 Nov. t5, 

Wells, Dudley C. . 

Aggregate, 107 



Memoranda :— From the time that recruiting for this J. 
menced, in the latter months of 1861, the men, as soon as en- 
listed, were assigned to duty on the frontier of the Departm* :. 
stern Virginia, then commanded by Gen. Rosecrans. These 
many of them driven from their homes by the guerrill. 
Giliner, Braxton, Webster and Pocahontas Counties, were especial- 
dapted to the frontier defense, by their knowledge of the coun- 
try, and of the habits of the rebel marauders by whom it was 
infested, and were stimulated to extraordinary exertions by wi 
already suffered and homes to defend. 

In March. 1862, organization was commenced by the must.-. 
lour companies into the United States service, with Thomas M. 
Harris, (now Brig. General,) as Lieut. Col. commanding, and the 
line to be guarded by this Regiment, one company of Cavalry, and 
a section of Artillery, was extended from Glenville to Elkwater. 

T'nder this arrangement the border was protected for seven 
months, many guerrilla bands being effectually di or driven 

out of West Virginia, whilst others were, almost to a man, extermi- 
nated. Indeed, so successful was this small command in the de- 
fense of that large territory, as to elicit frequent expression 
commendation and thanks from the Major General commanding. 
and also, to secure the confidence and gratitude of the loyal people 
of those Counties, for the skillful management, zeal and courage 
displayed. In the meantime, organization of the Regiment was 
completed, Lieut. Col. Harris promoted to the Colonelcy, and in 
the month of September, 1862, headquarters were removed from 
Buckhannon to Bulltown, where, for the first time, as many as seven 
companies were concentrated. 
36 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

While here, the command was-, as heretofore, successful in bn 

ing up the marauders of that section. In the latter part of October. 
1862, the Regiment was attached to the command of Gen. Milroy, 
under whom it took up the line of march (Nov. 4th,) for Beverly, 
whore all detachments were collected, and the command moved 
via Y and New Creek to Winchester, Va., reaching the latter 

place on the first day of January, 1863. 

While in the Division of Gen. Milroy, a! Winchester, the Regi- 
ment took part in several expeditions up the Valley of the 
Shenandoah. No casualties were sustained in any of these expedi- 
tions, but, unfortunately, exposure to the changing weather of a 
most inclement winter on the march from Bulltown to Winchester, 
and afterward, resulted in disease from which the command did Dot 
recover until the ensuing summer. The deaths from disease (chief- 
ly fever,) from Dec. 1st, 1862, to June 1863, numbered forty-three. 

On the tenth of May, 1863, the Regiment was ordered back to 
West Virginia, and soon after its arrival at Webster station, was 
attached to the Brigade of Gen. Wm. W. Averell, by whom it was 
sent to Buckhannon, and thence on the 7th of June to Beverly. 
On the 2nd of July following, while stationed at Beverly, an attack 
was made upon the place by the enemy under Col. Wm. L. Jack- 
son. This was the first time that the Regiment in a body had met 
the enemy, who were here held at bay for two days, notwithstand- 
ing their great numerical superiority, until the arrival of reinforce- 
ments compelled them to retreat, beaten. 

The Regiment was engaged in the battle of Droop Mountain, on 
the 6th of November, 1863, and was highly complimented by Gen. 
Averell, commanding, for gallantry displayed in that action, and 
afterward formed apart ot a number of those expeditions or "raids," 
which have reflected so much credit upon the command of that dis- 
tinguished officer. 

With headquarters at Beverly, the Regiment remained in West 
Virginia until about the 15th of June, 1864, when it was removed 
to Martinsburg. On the 3rd of July, the advance of the enemy 
under Early was encountered, and for some time successfully resist- 
ed, at Leetown, Va., by a small body of troops, of which the Tenth 
W. Va. was a part. On the 6th and 7th of the same month, it was 
engaged in a series of skirmishes at Maryland Heights, and for some 
days afterward was on the march with the troops then retreating 
before Early, who was pressing his invasion into Maryland, with 
the capture of the National Capital an avowed object. Engaged 
at Snicker's Ferry, Va., on the 17th, and on the 24th of July, 
at Winchester, Va. In the latter engagement, the Regiment 



rUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT 

was in l . .1 on 

that day, and I llantly I 

• he line unt il the leral 

ordered a retreat ; in the immediate front ••in. the 

enemy in 

rible slaughter, [n a Bmall I I Berryville, V 

3rd, L864, and in the battle i 

loss in killed and wounded, and was complimented on the field by 
ridan. At "Fisher'a Hill," on the 22nd aber.the 

battle ilag of the Tenth W. one of the first on th< 

3, which • ■ mlt by the Army I Va 

On ii of October, 1864, J;he Regi; ■! a; 

i., and on the 19th of that month, in the great battle 
of " Cedar Creek " — in a word, the history of this Regiment during 
the months of September, October and November, 1864, is co-inci- 
dent with that of Sheridan's Army in the victorious campaign of 
the Shenandoah Valley. The Regiment, with the rest of the First 
Infantry Division, Army of West Va., was ordered, December 19th, 
1864, to Washington City, where it embarked for the Army of the 
James, arriving on the 25th of that month, and is now encamped 
on Chapin's Farm, about seven miles from the rebel capital. 

Report of Battks in which the Tenth W. Va. Vols, has been engaged, and 
casualties in each. 



NAMES OF BATTLE DATE. 



— ' 


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X 






— 


— 


1L 




- 




-i 


a 


j. 


- 


: 


DO 


fc 


£ 










5 


3 


3 



GO 

SO 

< 



2 5-7 
15 17 



Beverlv. W. Va July 2 & 3, 1863 5 3 3 11 

Droop Mountain, W. Va IS 6, 1863 10 26 _- 36 

Leetown, Va July 3, 1864|~ 7 2 

Maryland Heights, Md July 6 i 7, 1864 

Snicker's Ferry, Va July 17, 1864 

Winchester, Va 'July 24,1864 14 60 15 S9 

Berryville, Va Sept. 3,1864 1 1 

Opequan, Va Sept. 19, 1864 27 77 - 104 

■Vs Hill, Va., Sept. 22,1864 1 9-10 

October 13, 1864 1 9— 10 

Cedar Creek, Va October 19, 1864 5 

About eighteen skirmishes., Different times, i 30 75112 

Total 741252196422 






A MUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT W. VA. INFANTRY 

Return of Capt. Wm. Cumming's Company •■.!," of the Wth Regiment West 
Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Bermuda Hundred, 1'-/.. show 
ing the condition of said company on the %\st dan of December, 1864, 
together with a complete record of the, changes that have taken place since its 
organization, 
':>/..■ Wm. Cdmmings, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 






\\ hen mustered 
Into Bervice. 



Remarks. 



< 'ummings, \\ m. 
Mount/., Andrew Q. 
Ayres, Michael A. . 
Purdy, George II. . 
Lemasters, A. W. . 
Reed, Oscar . . . 
Cole, John S. . . . 
Gossett, John T. 
Villars, James . . 
Henry, Robert S. . 
Kelley, Amos . . 
Leach, Abraham 
Geer, John . . . 
Smith, Joseph D. . 
Long, Lewis . . . 
Smith, Arnold . . 
Gwynn, Thomas . . 
Baker, James . . 
Baliard, John D. . 
Barger, Jackson L. . 
Bell, Israel J. . . 
Biddle, John F. . . 
Cunningham, W. R. 
Chapman, George W 
Cooper, William 
Cunningham, E. J. . 
Coplinger, John W. 
Collett, Chester . . 
Drake, Samuel . . 
Deems, George W. . 
Davis, Charles W. . 
Brown, Edward A. 
Exline, John . . . 
Elliott, Charles W. 
Gamp, James . . 

< tump, Daniel S. 
Griffin, William Jl. 
I [enderson, Isaac M 
Binds, David R. . 
Haggerty, James G. 



Capt. 


1st Lt.J 


2d Lt. 


IstSgt 1 


Serg't, 



21 June 

-1 Nov. 

22 Mar. 



Corp'l. 



Mus'n, 
Wag'r 
Priv 



Jan. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Jan. 
25 Feb. 
23 Jan. 
35 Aug. 
in May 
25 Dec. 
21 Aug. 

21 Feb. 
15 Aug. 
30 Mar. 
2: 

29 Sept. 
32 Dec. 
25 Feb. 

22 Mar. 

20 Feb. 
25 Dec. 

21 Aug. 

is Feb. 
L8Sept. 

22 Dec. 

53 

L8 Aug. 

28 Sept. 

27 

20 Aug. 

18 

18|Dec 

35 



1 

12. 
15, 

21, 

■ > 

12. 

11, 

13, 

1. 
27, 
20, 

to 

26, 

11, 

1, 
11, 

I, 

1, 

21, 
26, 
8, 
1. 
23, 
28, 
II. 
26, 

21, 

21, 
11. 
21. 
26, 
28, 
26, 

11, 

II. 
28, 



L863 

1SG4 



Veteran. 



_ 
1864 Veteran. 

1863 _ 
1S62 _ 
1863 _ 



1864 Veteran. 
186:; _ 
_ 
Veteran. 

I QCO I ndcrgoing sentence ol (;. ('. M . ;u 
iou - fl 1864 

1863 - 

_ 

Veteran. 
1863 

1864 _ 

Detached la amb. Oorpa 

B, 1864, 
\ Creek, t><:. 

1:1, 1864. 

1862 _ 

1 Ql'iQ Captured nl Oedar Oi k, Dot 19/84 

_ 
_ 

Veteran. 



(Pounded and in hospital at Cumber- 
lug, l 1864. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company " • nth Begin I aued. 






Howard, Ai thur F 

Jame ( 

•lames, (ieorge L. 

Kimble, Daniel . 

Keener, David 
Kerwood, James P 
Kerwood, Th< 
Kelley, Alexander 

Loufman, John . 
Lyons, George W. 
McWilliams, J. V. M 
Mounl ird C 

Miller. William G. 
Morgan, James B. 
.. William . 

min F 

Plum, Josephus 
Plum. John W. 
Pepler, John 11. 
Posthlewait, John X 
Prettyman. J. J. 
Prettyman. Perry 
Prtrttyman, Leven T 
Price, Moses . 
Ruble, Peter A. . 
Iloby, Godfrey A. 

•jn. Armstead 
Smith, Martin A'. 
Smith, Joseph S. 
•Smith, Solomon F. M 
Sayres, Isaac T. . 

lichard < '. 
Sayres, George . 
Strickling, John W 
Seeley, Allen 
Smith. Warren . 
Showalters, E. H. 

vard, Jefferson 
Taylor, Thorn, 
Trout, Joseph II. 
Villars, Albert . 
Vincent. William H 
Wolfe, John . . 
Wood, Xewton . 
Wood, William . 
Hight, Bryson D. 



tm 



When m 



Priv. 


L8 




30 







it. 2] 
[ar. 1 

23 D( 

11 Aug. 11 

11 

. 26 

28 - pt.2] 

I 8 Mar. 23 

24 Dec. 

19 May 

22 

;g. 11 
ic 20 

18 Aug. 11 

u. 20 
pt. 20 

19 Aug. 11 



11 
11 

1 

11 

26 



24 

IS 
IS 

31 Mar. 
24 Feb. 
23 Aug 
22 Dec. 

IS 1! 

26 
20 Aug. 11 
18 Dec. 26 
23tAu 
27 11 

11 
11 

20 De 

r. 1 
ig. 11 

21 D 

ae 20 



L864 



1862 

1863 



1862 
1863 



1863 



■ 









Veteran. 



_ 
_ 



1861 



I'n'lTKoing-omei. 






ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

.inn --.I," Elect nth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 


Rank. 




When mastered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Ulloni, Stephen . . 


'Priv. 


23 


June 


i".'. 


1861 


Q I". M.. at 
ling. 


Discharged, 














Baggs, John P. . . 


Capt. 


38 




29, 






Baggs, George W. . 


2d Lt., 




Oct. 


1, 


" 


Res'd Oct. 9, 1862. 


McGill, James H. . 


" 


L9 


Sept 


15, 


1863 


Dismissed. 


Carman, Benjamin F 


Priv. 


■2:\ 


June 


29, 


1861 


Mustered out, Xov. 23, 1864. 


Dardinger, John S. 


(i 


L8 




29, 




From wounds rec'd in action, Nov. 

i Parkersburg. 


Fowler, Richard 


Corp'l, 


H 




29, 




i 964, at Gal 

li|">lN. 


Greer, George W. . 


Priv. 


23 


Oct. 


1, 




1 out, Xov. 23, 1864. 


Gump, Daniel . . 


" 


38 


June 29, 


ii 


Grindstaff, Jacob . 


•• 


23 




29, 




For disability, Sept. 20, 1062, at Par 


Loy, William . . 


u 


is 




29, 




For disability, July 1, 1862, at Wash- 
ington, D.C. 


Loy, Edward . . 


" 


25 




29, 




■ lit, .Inly 1, 1864. 


McReynolds, Wm. . 


n 


25 




29, 




u 23, 1864. 


Mooney, Andrew L. 


•• 


23 




29, 




n i. ii 


McGill, Samuel . . 


" 


18 




29, 




! ;ity, Hoc. 13, 1863, at Par- 

'■nrp. 


Owens, Milton . . 




24 




29, 




For disability, Sept. 20, 1>62, at Par 
keraburg. 


Price, John . . . 


u 


23 




29, 




For disability, Aug. 31, '62, at Camp 
Chase. 0. 


Riggs, James J. . . 


it 


18 




29, 




Mustered out, Xov. 23, 1864. 


Roome, John . . . 


11 


28 




29, 




At Parkersburg, June 20,'62, disaby 


Sayres, William . . 


tt 


23 




29, 




At Wheeling, Oct. 28, 1861. 


Schoonover, Jesse . 


" 


20 




29, 




ii Mar. 20,'62, 


Turney, John . . 


" 


24 




29, 




At Gallipolis, Feb. 20,'63, 


Transferred. 














Allen, John . . . 


" 


18 




29, 




To 1st W. V. Inf., Oct. 3,1361. 


Hollingshead, Sam'' 


a 


18 




29, 




" 


Died, 














Bell, George W. . 


" 


18 


Feb. 


8, 


1864 


At Parkersburg, April 23, 1864. 


Davis, Samuel . . 


<< 


42 


June 


29, 


1861 


At Gallipolis, Sept. 10, 1861. 


Lash, John B. . 


tf 


32 


Dec. 


26, 


1863 


At Parkersburg, May 17, 1864. 


Miller, Richard . . 


( ( 


50 


May 


28, 


(( 


ii Aug. 14,1863. 


Malsed, W T illiam H. 


1st Ser 


2:; 








At home, July 1, 1864. Veteran. 


Paxton, William H. 


'Priv. 


18 


Mar. 


1, 


1862 


At Burning Springs, W. V., April 8, 
1863. 


Smith, Thomas F. . 


" 


25 


Oct. 


1, 


1861 


At Parkersburg, Oct. 1, 1862. 


Watkins, Daniel Z. 


" 


25 




1, 


" 


ii Xov. 9, 1861. 


Deserted. 














Amos, John D. . . 


1st Ser 


22 


June 


29, 


1861 


At Sutton, W. V., July 17, 1861 


Baird, Stephen . . 


Priv. 


23 




29, 


tt 


At Wheeling, Oct. 29, 1861. 


Branner, Jacob . . 


( c 


45 


July 


14, 


1862 


Camp Chase, 0., Sept. 24, 1862. 


Baker, John A. . . 


" 


19 


June 29, 


1861 


At Clarksburg, Sept. — , 1861. 


Bayles, Maxwell 


i ( 


19 




29, 


ii 


At Camp Chase, Sept. 24, 1862. 


Duncan, George 


r ( 


25 


Aug. 


11, 


1863 


At Cumberland, Md., Aug. 10, 1864. 


Gray, James . . . 


U 


18 


June 


29, 


1861 


At Camp Chase, Sept. 24, 1862. 


Gray, Franklin . . 


'• 


18 


Oct. 


1. 


1862 


At Parkersburg, May 12, 1863. 


Merrifield, Anson . 


" 


21 


June 


1, 


1862 


At Oamp Chase, Sept. 24, 1862. 


Mede, Benjamin 


k 


23 




29, 


1861 


At Tarkersburg, Nov. 9, 1861. 


Richardson, Joshua 


" 


27 




29, 


" 


At Wheeling, Oct. 20, 1861. 


Rush, Isaac . . . 


it 


20 




29, 


■ I 


At Wirt 0. H., Dee. 10, 1861. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "A," Eleventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



291 






Shields, William 
Snyder, Noah 

• h, Samuel B. 
White, Alpha I I 
Myres, .lames 



Bank. 



\\ hi ii a 






1'nv. 26!June L2, L863 

21 Aug. 11, 

24 June 29, I - I ""•*-*»■ 
:. 26 Aug. 1 L, L863 up "* e 
Priv. L8 11, - 



Aggregate, 136 men. 



James W. Myers 1 Company "JJ," of the 11th Regit 
Virginia infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp RusseU, near Winches- 
ter, '"('.. showing the condition of said Company on the 1st day of Decem- 
ber, 1864, together with a complete record of the changes that hare taken place 
since its organizati 

Daniel S. Haverty, Lieut. Commanding Company. 



Bank. 



When to 
Into - 



I;, marks. 



Haverty, Dan 
Rand, Thomas B. 
Ferrel, Napoleon B 
Bran: auel 

Gum, Oliver . . 
Board, George W. 
Loraan, Joshua . 
Conrad, James W. 
Conner, John S. . 
Pell, Julius W. . 
Pell, John R. . 
Maffett, Isaac . 
Arnold, Asby . 
Alcorn, James G. 

William C. 
Board, Andrew J. 
Berrv, John T 
Boggs, Win. H. II. 
Boice, William W. 
Clark, AdolDhus 
Bixler, Caleb . . 
. Daniel 
Banks, William D. 
Corbett, Mathew 
Cornell, George W. 
Cornell, John R. 
Chancy, William 
Chancy, Andrew 
Campbell, Hiram 



2d 

1st £ 
Serg 

" 

Corp'l. 35 

21 

19 

18 

19 

Mus'n, 20 

Wag'r 18 

Priv. 42 

17 

24 

19 

" • 12 
18 
20 
.19 
21 
22 
18 
19 
17 
21 
18 
17 
18 



Nov. 26 
May 17 

21 

Mar. 17 

Dec. 24 

24 

Ap'l 15 

May 17 

Dec. 24 

21 

21 

24 

Aug. 14 

Sept. 8 

Oct. 26 

July 28 

Nov. 29 

July 21 

Mar. 26 

Dec. 19 

Oct. 31 

Ap'l 18 

Oct. 26 

Dec. 15 

15 

15 

15 

15 



1 86 I Pr0 ' from l8t Ser '' Xov ' 26 ' 188 *' 
1862' _ 

1 CM Vet. vol. Romustered Mar. 16, 1S« 

1804 _ 

lOCO Vet. vol. Rc-mustcred M 
ii ii 'i .< 

1863 _ 

_ 
k 

Vct.'vol. Rc-mustered Mar. 16, 1864. 
ii 

_ 
_ 
1S61 Vct - vo1, Re-mustered M 

1862 _ 

1861 _ 

1862 _ 
Vet. vol. 

1861 Vcl ' To1 ' Rc - mujtcred >|ar - -•>• IW> 
_ 
I _ 

i gi? ] Vi red Mur. n, 1864. 



Vet. vol. Re-mustered Ml 



292 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company U B, ,J Eleventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



RemarkH. 



Cobb, John H. . . 
Carpenter, James A 
Dulin, Kingsbury 
Depue, Daniel D. 
Fairfax, Charles W 
Hickman, Enoch 
Hall, Benjamin H. 
Hoyt, George W. 
King, Thomas . 
King, James . . 
Law, Isaac T. 
Lott, Caleb A. . 
Lott, John . . 
Lasure, Jacob 
Merril, Franklin 
Morris, Adam T. 
Miller, George . 
Martin, William C. 
Nichols, John 
Props, Daniel ( '. 
Pettit, Joseph L. 
Paul, Joseph . . 
Park, Dennis D. 
Rogers, Thomas S. 
Riley, Silas . . 
Smith, Joseph U. 
Snyder, Elias A. 
Stroud, "Wesley . 
Sink, George . . 
Tanner, Samuel . 
Weaver, John 

Discharged, 
Myers, James W. 
Park, Martin. . 
Ross, Samuel W. 
Lott, George II. . 
Dye, Gilmer H. . 
Petty, William H. 
Bonnet, Samuel H. 
Pickering, Chas. R. 
Board, James L. 
Petty, David A. . 
Rucker, Jasper G. 
Beverlin, Granville 
Boice, John . . 
Bailey, William . 
Clifford, Michael 
Cain, George W. 



Priv. 



Capt. 
1st Lt. 
2d Lt. 
Serg't 



Corp'l, 



Priv. 



1- Mar. 

23 Oct. 
29 Aug. 

18 Sept. 
2 I Aug. 

17 Oct. 
4-7 

19 Sept. 
19 Oct. 
21 

l'.i 

Dec. 
2] 
25 
33! Aug. 

16 Sept. 
27 Oct. 

24 Feb. 
33 

22 Dec. 

21 Aug. 
27 May 

22 Feb. 
32, Oct. 
36|Dec. 

24 Ap'] 

18 Dec. 

17 Jan. 
40 Aug. 

25 Jan.' 
27 Aug. 

11 Dec. 

33 Oct. 

37 Dec. 

lOOct, 

.",2 

2d 

36 

28 

28 

27 

23 

20 

i- 
18 
27 

18 



23, 1863 
30, " 
12, 1862 
18, 1863 

12, 1862 
26, 1861 
26, " 
21, 1863 
26, 1861 
26, 
26, 
15, 
15, 
30, 
14, 1862 

5, 1863 
26, 1861 
29, 1864 
21, 1862 
12, 1861 

14, 1862 
11, 1863 

13, 1864 
26, 1861 
28, 1862 

2. 1864 
21, 1861 

15, 1862 
2, " 

7,' 1863 

14, 1862 

24, 1861 
31, 
24, 
2i', 
26, 
26, 
26. 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
2i'., 



Vet. vol. Re-mustered Mar. 26, 1861. 



Vet. rol. Re-mustered Mar, 26, 18M 



Vet. vol. Ke-inustered Mar. 26, l^'.i 



Vet. vol. i: i .''. I -'.i 



Vet. vol, Re-mustered Mar. 26, ISM. 



Vol. vol. !;• iau-t. !.• 1 .Mar. '.'•'.. IMil. 



Vet. vol. Re-mustered Mar. 26, 186< 



Dismissed, Nov. 18, 1864 



Res'4 Sept. 5, 1864. 

Mustered out, Nm. 11, 1864. 



. . 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "B," Eleventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



1203 





.-. When in i ; - • 
Bank. |»| 


,i).-. 


Dil worth. John B. . 


1'riv. 


12 


26, 1861 


1S84. 


Houtchin, John . 


•■ 




. ' 






Hickman, 


" 


L9 








Hickman, James 0. 






26, 






Hendershot. All 


•■ 




26, 




•■ 


Ledsom, William H. 




33 


26, 




I . 


Lock wood, David 




■> 






,, 


Law, William . 


" 


24 


Nov. 9, ' 






Maze, Joseph W 






22 


Oct, 26, ' 






Merril, Jackson 




•■ 










Merril, Richard 




•• 


19 


26, ' 




.1 


McFee, Lewis 




M 


27 


26, ' 




(. 


Norman, Henry 




11 




26, ' 




" 


Norman, Philip 




" 




26, ' 




■' 


Reynolds, D. T. 




11 




26, ' 






Smith, George 






26 


26, ' 




1 1 


Sprouse, William S. 


II 


22 


26, ' 




il 


Valentine, Wm. H. 


" 








tt il tl 


Vosbrink, Bernard . 


" 


33 


26, ' 




" 


Webb, Benjamin F. 


" 


25 


26, ' 




" 


Reynolds, V. D. . 


1 . 


21 


26, • 




For die., Oct. 1, 62. 


William T. . 




20 


26, ' 




" 10, " 


Booher, Charles . . 




19 


26, ' 




- 10, " 


Hickman, Abraham 


" 


24 


28, ' 




., 10> ., 


Clark, William J. . 




18 


26, ' 




Ap'122,'63 


Corbitt, Cincinnatus 


" 


L8 


Nov. 1, ' 






Leeson, George . . 


11 


22 


Oct. 26, ' 




.:_'.' 


Beverlin, David . . 


II 


L8 


26, ' 




22, 


Runnion. Henry 


II 


i-1 


26, ' 




24, 


Id, David D. . 




IT 


Dec. 1, 1862 


May 24, 1)3. Minor. 


Smith, Samuel . 




17 


May 24, 1863 


June 22,'63. Minor. 


Depue, Grovener . 


II 


22 


Sept. 11, 1862 


For dis., Jan. 29, '63. 


Lamb. Alexander 


II 


h 


Oct. 26, 1861 


Feb. 26,'64. 


Transferred. 










. Charles W. . 


Serg't, 




Oct. 26, 1861 


Pro. 2d Lt. Co. F, Aug. U 


Pell, William F. . 


Priv. 


40 


26, " 


" SI, 


Xewman, Henry 


ii 


315 


, " 


" Captain, Mayo, 1862. 


Died, 










Naylor, Adam . . 


it 


17 


Dec. 24, " 


Of typhoid fever, Feb. 1' 
Elijabethtown. W. Va. 


Conrad, Wm. H. . 




2 3 


Oct. 26, " 


■ trkeraborg, TV. V 


Dye, Amos . . . 


ii 


L8 


Mar. 24, 1862 


Feb. 28. 1863, at Spencer, TV. V. 


Rockenbaugh, Jas. J. 


ii 




Feb. 21, " 


May 20, 1863, at Parkcrsburg. 


Lasnre, Hyatt . . 


■• 


30 


Oct. 26, 1861 


Sept. 21, 1863. at Ralhbone, W. V. 


McAnany, Peter 


" 


24 


Mar. 26, 1864 


Accidentally killed, April 2, 1864, at 
Parktrsburg. Vet. vol. 


Rand, Jasper . . . 






21, 1862 


384, of wounds received at 
Lynchburg. 


Ferrell, Cassius . . 


ii 


17 


Sept. 26, 1864 


Killed in action. 


Fisher, Joseph . . 


■ I 




Mar. 26, " 


Drowned In Big Kanawha Elver, 
•H. vol. 


Conrad, Fletcher 


B. 


ii 


17 


26, ' 




Of disease. JuIt 7, 1864, at Oallipo- 
lis, O. Vet. vol. 



37 



294 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "5," Eleventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



N:.!<|. - 



Bank. 



Whei stored 

into*. 



}',■ marks. 



Deserted, 
Tanner, Joshua . . L'riv. 
Wilson, R iberl • • " 
Bailey, Henry . | " 

Stamper, John . . " 28 July 25, 1863 

Aggregate 125 men. 



20'Dec 21 18G1 At KU2abflh,oui 

99I .1] .. k.t Parkeroburg, July 24, 1862. 

10 Oct. 1,' 1862 

At Hancock, Hd., Ac 



Return of Copt. Jacob Clammer's Company "C," of the 11th Regiment W. V. 
Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, near Winchester, Via., show- 
ing the condition of said Company on the 6th day of December, l s ''4, to- 
gether with <> complete record of the changes that have taken place since its 
organization. 

{Signed, Jacob Clammeb, Capt. commanding Company. 



Names. 



Hank. 



When mustered 

into service. 



Remarks. 



Clammer, Jacob . 
Ferrel, Thornton 
McDonald, James F 
Smith, Martin . 
Robinson, Harvey 
Rogers, Robert H. 
Shimer, George W 
Hard man, James S 
Cunningham, John R 
Collins, Isaac S. . 
Wilson, Daniel . 
Cox, Isaac B. . . 
Eelmick, A. M. . 
Stallman, David 

Philip . . 
Nay, Alfred . . 
Ayers, Adolphus B 
Ayers, Moses 
Ayers, Salem V. 
Braden, Ezekiel 
Boner, Ferrel 1'. 

r, James 
Boner, Robert 
Boner, Valenl 
Boner, Jonah 
Boner, Amos . . 
Barnes, William 
Barnes, Benjamin 
Ball, Jasper . . 
Barr, Alfred . . 



Oapt., 26 Dec. 
1st Lt, 44 
2dLt., 28 
1st S- 
Serg't 1 20 
° 21 

29 

34 
'Corp'l. 29 

L8 

23 
- 

18 

3-1 • 

26 

L9 Aug. 

i 8 Dec. 

10 

;;l 

32 

20 

L9 

1-i 

22 

23 Jan. 
39 Dec. 

:;] 

30 
99 



I' 



To Captain, Jan. 21, 1864. 
Pro. from Serg't to 2d Lt.. Feb. 8, - &i. 

: i 1. 1.. Jan. 21, 1864. 
Pro. from Serg't, Jan. 21, 1864 . 



BSrer Bridge v.i 
May 10, 1864. 



1864 _ 
1861 _ 

v, Oct. IS, '64. 

I O P.A Erroneonalj mus 
-LOU*, lu-. tfai 

L862 _ 

1863 I ~ ~ 

J861 _ 



1 Qi ;| i' 

-> O u ' Oct. I'.'. 1864 

_ 

1861 1 _ 

ii Wounded 
1864. 



Wounded in action al Winoheatci 

i, ill. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ••''." Eleventh Regiment Zn/anfry— Continued. 









Bank. 



When i 



Beall, Townsend 
Beall, H( 

I, John M. . 
Bennett, Laban J. 
Boohi M. 

Simon . . 
Bush, John C. . 
B. 
3. . 
Collins, Felix W. 
Collins, John D. 
Collins, Thomas If 
Collins, Sedwick C 
I lollins, Benjamin F 
i 'ox, Granville W. 
' 'unningham, W. 1. 
Evans, Andrew J. 

as, John M. . 
Ferrel, Jame.- 
Ferrel, Thomas K. 
Freed, Jacob 
Hunt, James 1'. . 
Holt, James T. . 
HoIl, John . . 
Hamrick, William 
Hathaway, William 
Holden, James T. 
Hyman, Benjamin F 
Glover, Robert E. 
Kight, Benjamin A 
Keebaugh, John W 
Kelley, Oscar 
Laughlin, John A. 
Lough, Nimrod . 
Laird, Alexander B 
McGee, Jesse . 
Mathew, Thomas 
Modisette, Wm. B, 
Norman, Alpheus 
Xutter, John X. 
Pride, William . 
Poling, Jacob 
Poling, Wesley . 
Richards, Adonijah 
Robinson, Francis 
Rogers, A. I. J. . 
Smith, Joshua 



Priv. 



Dec. 

Aug. 
Dec. 



Aug. 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Dec. 

Aug. 
Dec. 



Aug. 
Dec. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Aug. 
Dec. 



Sept 
Dec. 

Aug. 
Sept 



.... 

21, 
21, 
22 
24,' 
11, 
24, 
24, 
22 

22; 
22 
22 

n; 

11. 
22 
22 
11 

22 

24 

22 

22 
22 
22 
22 

24 
24 
11 
22 
21 
11 
11 
22 
i 1 
22 
22 
22 
22 
21 
22 
22 
21 
22 
2J 
11 
21 



18G1 
1863 



1861 






1861 

1863 
1861 
L863 

1861 



1863 



1861 

1863 

1861 
1863 
1861 



1863 
1861 

II 

1862 
1861 

1863 









Pill. ..f n:ir. ( ';,, 



• W. V 
May 1862 



Erroueouslr mustered bj Mnj. Trim- 
ble, M 



Under ar without 



Wounded at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19,'64 



Pris. of war. Capfd at Winchester, 
July 21, 186<. 



296 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Company "C." Eleventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






Rank. 



When m 
into service. 



Remarkfi. 



Smith, Barnes N. 
Snider, John . . 
Stevens, William S 
Stalnaker, A. H. 
Stalnaker, S. S. . 
Wilson, Van 0. . 
Turner, John C. . 
Tingler, Granville 
Tingler, John . 
Wilt, Washington I 

Transferred, 
Simpson, James L. 
Ayers, Michael A. 

Discharged. 
Robinson, James 
Poling, Nicholas 
Ferrel, Franklin 
Kight, Emanuel 
Webb, Lafayette 
Burrows, Thomas 
Richards, Isaac . 

Died, 
Haverty, John . 
Sigler, John W. . 
Cox, Jesse E. . . 
Clevenger, Bailey 

Evans, Joshua . 
Ferrel, Thomas G. 
Fleming, Lewis G. 
Glaze Marshall W. 
Hill, James W. . 
Keebough, William 
Nester, Samuel W. 
Proudfoot, Levi . 
Proudl'oot, Francis 
Richards, Albert C 
Rexroad, Morgan 
Smith, Francis M. 
Stalnaker, T. S. . 

Deserted, 
Bean, Robert 
Norman, William 
Stalnaker, N. C. . 
Trader, Elias H. 
Aggregate, 



Priv., 18 Dec. 24, 1863 \ ^, dcd at Ce(Ur Creek ' 0ct - I9 ' 

29 22,1861 '_' 

21 Sep. 21, 1862 . 

20 21,'" 

" Of) Tim 99 "IQfil Pris. of war. Capt'd at Bulltown, 

_U JJeo. _-j, lOUl Oct. 13, 18S3. 

18 Aug. 11, 1863 _ 
45 Dec. 22, 1861 _ 
25 22, " 

32 Aug. 11, 1863 P^.ofwar^Capt'd at Cedar Cr.ek. 

18 Mar. 8, 1861 _' 



Capt. 
,Serg't, 

jlstLt. 
2d Lt., 
Priv. 



33 Dec. 

21 

35 
42 
:30 
39: 
33 
J7 . 



22 1861 Pr0, MaJor " Xcv " 26, 1S63 ' 

22! " 



22, 
22, 
22, 
22, 
22, 



Serg't Major, Junel, 1863. 

Res'dOct. 9, 1862. 
9, " 

At Parkersburg, May 12. 1865. 
<< April 23, 18S3. 

(i Jan. 21, 1883. 

ii April 23, 1863. 



20 Dec. 22, 1861. 



,1st S 
Corp 
Priv 



22, 

99 



er 34 
•1,18 

24' Aug. 11. 

40 _ 



44!Dec. 22, 

I 1 22, 

i22:Sept.2l| 
26 Dec. 22, 



1863 



1861 



L862 

1861 
18 Aug. 11, 1863 

2, 1864. 

1861 



Not mustered. 

39 Dec. 22, 
18 22, 

il8;Sept. 21, 

24 Dec. 22, 
31 Aug. 11, 
17 Dec. 22, 
:18 22, 



1863 
1861 



Accidentally shot. July 31, 1862, at 
Arnoldsburg. W V. 

Of disease, June 16, '64, near Lynch- 
burg. 

Of disease, Aug. 21. 1864, in General 
Hosp., Baltimore. Md. 

Erroneously mustered by MaJ. Trim- 
ble, March 14, '62. Killed by guer- 
rillas in Roane Co., W. V. 

Of disease. Feb. 23, 1863, at home, in 
Calhoun Co., W. V. 

Of disease. April 29, 1861, in hosp. 
at Clarksburg. 

Of disease. Aug. 23, 1854, in hosp. at 
Cumberland. 

Killed by guerrillas, — , 1863, at home 
in Roane Co. \V. Va. 

Of disease, Nov. 21, 1863, In bosp. at 
Parkersburg. 

Of disease, June 5, 1864, in hosp. at 
Gallipolis. O. 

In hosp., Gallipolis, July 22, '64, of 
wounds received in action. 

Of disea-e, June 25, 1864, near Mead- 
ow Bluffs, Va. 

Killed in action near Lynchburg, 
June 18, 1864. 

June 27, 1864, near Sew 
air» Mountain, Va, 

Killed in action near Lynchburg, 
June 18, 1864. 

Killed in action near Lynchburg, 
June 18, 1864. 

Of disease. Nov. 2. 1864, in Sheri 
dan's Field Hospital. 



123 Sept, 21, 1862 AtParker9burs ' Sept - 22 - 1862 ' 

O/l Erroneously mustered, At Spencer, Sept. 3, 1862. 
-"* March 14, 1862. 

'93'Spnr '21 "1 CA9 nc °- 2 0, 1862, while paroled prisoner 
• > 1 I At Elizabethtown, Dec. 22,'61, befors 



being mustered. 



.117 men. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S RE] 






Return of • my "Ik" of / 

West Virginia Infantry I 
Wi • i the condition 

Decemh r, 1864, togi ther with 

{Signed,) Campbell, Jr., iding Company. 






Rank. 



" 






Campbell. Levi Jr 
Core, Christian J. 
Bukey, John 
Giira, John D. 
McPherson, Monroe 
Wells, Austin B. 
White. William F. 
Holt, William E. 
Sherwood, Benj. F. 
Turner, Zach. W. 
Foster, Rezin J. . 
Ruble, William H. 
Craddoek, Hugh A. 
Gulp, Henry C. . 
man, Jos. P. 
Harris, Alonzo . 
Greathouse, Wm. D 
Baxter, John A. . 
Bukey, Joseph T. 
Baxter, Thornton 
Baxter, Sanford A. 
Brooks, James 
Boyer, Benj. R. . 
Colegen, Terrence 
Cranston, Samuel 
Cuip, James M. . 
Covanovan, Jas. H. 
Covanovan, Wm. J 
Conoly, John . . 
Conners, Patrick 
Canary, Thomas 
Cowan, Marmaduke 
Cowan, Joseph A. 
Dye, Henry . 
Elston, Lewis 
Eaton, John Y. 
Foulke, Silas 
Godfrey, John A. 
Gwinn, Stephen L 
Harris, John D. . 
Hall, Van B. . 
Hamilton, Robert 
Herrington, Michael 



1st Lt. 
2d Lt., 

Serg't, 



Corp'l, 



Wag'r 
Priv. 



24 Xov. 3 
31 3 

19 3 

_ 

22 July 2 
31 Aug. 31 

19 Feb. 6 

20 6 

23 6 
27 Aug. 31 
18 31 
20 31 

34 Feb. 25 
18 Jan. 

Aug 
23 Feb. 
20 Aug. 31 

35 31 
18 Mar. 23 
18 July 
22 

22 Feb. 
40 July 
29 
18 
18 Aug. 31 



27 
31 

2.', 



21 

26 July 
,18 Dec. 
25 Mar. 
32 

21 July 
18 Aug. 31 
;30 

21 

29 July 
25 Mar. 
25 July 
21 Aug. 31 
28 July 



27 Feb. 

i 



27 



.. from 111 Lt. 
u 2<lLt. 
u u lei Serg't. 

I il. Appointed 1st Serg't. 

1802 _ 

ft 

1864 Vet. Vol. " 

a a ii 

1862 _ 



1864 Vet. Vol. 

_ 
1864 Vet. Vol. 

1862 _ 

1864 Vet. Vol. 
1862 

ft 

1863 " 

1864 Vet. Vol. 

_ 



" Vet. Vol. 
1S63 _ 
1864 _ 

it 

1862 ~ 



1864 
1862 



II Cndergolng sentence of G. C. M., »t 

Wheeling, since Aug. 15, 1563. 



1864 



298 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "D," Eleventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Nami -. 



Rank. 



Jarvis, < laleb 

Keck, Goorge 
Leeson, Richard 
Long, Leehaven 
Moore, Joseph . 
Moore, George G. 
Moore, Andrew J 
Moore, Ira C. 
McPherson, Wni. 
Manion, Patrick 
Mason, James B. 
Martin, Wm. J. . 
Melrose, Mark . 
Melrose, William L 
Moats, Sennitt . 
Moats, Cornelius 
Mowry, Christian 
Marty, Jacob 
Mann, Columbus B. 
Mayhew, John W. 
Marks, Marshall 
Myers, Madison . 
Nowery, Thomas S. 

Xowery, John . 

Parsons, Fielding 

Ravenscraft, Rezin 

Reynolds, Henry A 

Riley, James E. . 

Rinehart, And. J. 

Rowley, John L. 

Rowley, Joseph . 

Ruttencutter, W. 

South, John L. . 

Schnider, Jacob . 

Shinn, Barnett . 

Taylor, Thomas . 

Truman, Nathan S 

Westfall, Thomas 

White, Irven 

Wilson, Henry . 

Wiseman, Jacob A. 

Wiseman, Geo. M. 

Whipky, Henry . 

Wilbuerr, Anthony 

Yates, Hamilton 

Zane, Samuel S. . 

Hunt, Harrison . 



l'riv. 



When mustered 
iuto sen ice. 



21 
21 

18 

44 
18 
18 
18 
19 
■25 
19 
23 
18 
19 
il9 
21 
L9 
35 

9 



July 



L862 



1862 



m 

IS 
18 
18 
20 
18 
25 
25 
18 
19 
18 
39 
21 

PS 
22 
18 
is 
22 
20 
21 
IS 
18 
26 
22 
is 
L6 
20 
28 
IS 



Remarks. 



1'ndergoing sentence of G. 
Wheeling, ilnci 



Aug. 31, " 
Aug. 10, 1863 

31, 1862 

31, » 
Feb. 18, 1863 

29, 1864 
Aug. 31, 1862 
Feb. 20, 1S64 
Mar. 23, 
Feb. 5, 
July 2. 
Aug. 31, 
July 2, 
Aug. 31, 
July 2, 
Aug. 31, 
July 2, 
Aug. 10, 1863 
July 2, 1862 
Feb. 29, 1864 
Dec. 26, 1863 

26. •' 
Aug. 31, 1862 
July 2, 
Aug. 31, " 
July 2, " 
Aug. 10, 1863 
Dec. 26, " 

2, 1862 

26, 1864 
2, 1862 

29, 1864 

29 " 
Aug. 3l' 1862 
July 2, " 
Feb. 11, 1864 

11, " 
July 2, 1862 
Aug. 31, 
Sept. 25, 

25, 1864 

26, 

29, 

29 

~2, 1862 



Vet. Vol, 



Undergoing --lit- nrr ,.[ c. 
Wheeling, since Aug, 15, 



July 
Dec. 
July 
Feb. 



Dec. 
Mar. 



July 



Vet. Vol. 



\ I MUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company •■/'.'" Eleventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






Bank. 



When mustered 



Dischargt d. 
Gilbraith, Archie 

:ues A, 
McHenry, Monroe . 
Melrose, Samuel 
Sharp, Jacob . . 

■lames . . . 
Conners, Patrick 
Whitzell, Peter. . 
Hard way, Geo. M. . 

Trans/) rred, 
Coleman, John I ' 
Frost, B. Taylor . . 
Cooper, Reese . 

Pied, 
Prunty, George M. . 
Elston, George . . 
Jones, B. F. . . 
Johnston, George . 
Whiting, Theo. F. . 
McClintock, Joseph 
Hunt, James H. 
Freshwater, Alex. . 
Gum, Harvey J. 

Des> 
Truman, Nathan S. 
Mazenia, And. J. . 
St. Cloud, Henry . 
Westfall. Thomas 
Martin, "William J. . 



Priv 



July 



26 

l'ii 
24 

23 
42 

99 



or drunkcnneu, June I 

For dis., Dec. 29, '63. 

Kor drunkenness, Judo 1 



Aug. 
Sept. 

Aug. 
Dec. 
Aug. 

Julv 



31, " 
25, ' 

31, " 

1863 

31, 1802 
.) it 



iSerg 
■Priv 



2, 
t, 18 

Aug. 31, 



For dis., M 

• 16/64. 

Dec. 4, " 

Ap'l 29,'63. 

Dec. 29/62. 

ToV. K. C, July I, 1864. 

Pro. to Serg't Major. 

Pro. to Com. Ser K - 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



July 18, 1864. 
i Drowned, June -. 

Of disease, — , 1863. 

Killed in action, July 1- 



OZi TTqU Of^ 1 Vf i killed In action at Clord 

-Ol-eD. —J, IfeU-i Mountain. Mays 

18 Aup 31 1S6^ KillediDac ' ion ' April ' 4 ' w '" 1 

19: '-.',]'. 

18 31. 

18 31, 

IS 31, 

1Q jl II ic Sept. 19, 1861. 

-.',. |. SL J3 ' Of dlsea,e, June 1,1864. 

27 Feb 29 I864 0f wonnd * ,Xov ' ! ' 



dy 2, 1S62 Dec. 15, J - 
24 Mar. 29, 1864 Mar. 31, 1864. 



Aggregate, 116 men. 



n of Capt. David Deem's Company "/.'." ii//< Regiment West 
Fa. Infantry Volunteers, stationed near Winchester, Via., showing the con- 
dition of said Company on the 1"/// day of D L864, together with <> 
compU te / * cord of /he changes that have tafo n pla organization. 

I>. Deem, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 



Hank. * 



When i 
into -■ 



Remarks. 



Deem, David . 
Frost, B. Taylor 
Berry, Madison 11 
Eppeline, 0. W. . 
Turvey, Mordecai 
Newbanks, James S 



2d Lt. _'l June 1, 1863'Pro. from Ser. Major 
'lstSgt 23! Aug. 28, 1S62 . 
'Serg't. 28 " 

■ < 



300 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Compamj "E," Eleventh Regiment Infantry— Continued- 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into Bervice. 



Remarks. 



Hubbs, Charles . . ,Serg't, 
Southall, George E. Oorp'l. 
Smith, Philip R, . ; " 
Berry, Benjamin F. 
Jaco, Clark . . . 
Frazier, James . 
Whiting, John F. M. 
Marshall, Benj. P. . 
Jaynes, Mahum . . 
Graham, James G. . Mus'n, 
Lagrange, Wm. A. . 
Barnes, Alex. W. . Wag'r 
Athey, Austin . . Priv. 
Barnes, John T. 
Berry, William H. . 
Bailey, Alonzo P. . 
Bills, John T. . . " 
Braden, Samuel . . 
Brown, Thomas W. 
Boice, Elisha T. . . " 
Breech, James S. . 
Clark, Robert A. . 
Cade, Isaac . . . 
Cade, William . . 
Chaddock, Geo. W. i " 
Cain, Calvin H. . . 
Deem, Peter ... 
Deem, John M. . . 
Deem, John . 
Deem, George W. . 
Deem, Michael . . I 
Deem, Jacob . . 
Deem, Abram . 
Evans, Robert F. . 
Frazier, Enoch . . 
Gattrill, Isaac M. . 
Gatewood, Thos. E. 
Golden, James E. . 
Heatherly, Elam S. 
Heatherly, James . I 
Hickman, Albert 
Hickman, Thomas P. " 
Hoover, George W. 
Hoover, Jacob A. . 
Hubbs, John . . . " 
Harris, James . . 
Jaynes, George . . | 
Jaynes, John . . . 



Aug. 28, 1862 

Nov. 24, 

Aug. 28, 

' 28, 

28, 

28, 

23 July 17, 1863 
22 Aug. 28, 1862 



22 28, 


(1 M 


20 28, 


" 


16 17, 


(i 


25 28, 


u 


26 28, 


" 


18 28, 


" 


21 28, 


11 V 


20 28, 


" 


19 28, 


" 


39 28, 


" 


38 28, 


" 


20 17, : 


L863 


20 Ap'l 15, 


" 


21 Aug. 17, 


" 


18 17, 


" 


19 17, 


" 


18 28, " 


L864 


18 28, 


(i 


23 28, 


" 


27 28, 


" 


21 28, 


" 


19 28, 


" 


25 28, 


(i 


19 Dec. 27, 


(i 


18 27, 


" 


18 Aug. 28, 


1862 


30 28, 


it 


29 28, 


CI 


35 28, 


" 


18 28, 


" 


24 


" 


34 28, 


M 


19 28, 


II 


25 28, 


" 


34 Sept. 2, 


] 86 1 


18 Aug. 28, 


1862 


34 28, 


a 


43 28, 


a 


18 28, 


ti 


191 28, 


ii 



Mi36lng in action, Oct. 19, 18ft4. 



Wounded at New Creek, W. 
1861. 



Missing in action, Oct. 19, 1864. 



Woundod at New Creek, Aug. 4, '04. 



Recruit. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
,„,/■•/;," Eleventh Regiment Infantry— Contii 



30] 






Rank. 



Kennedy, Richard E Priv 
1. 1 ;ier, Earrison 
I P. 
Lee, Jesse . 

:er, Walter W 
ng ■. B. 1 '. . 
liah 
Morrison, Wm, H. 
Newbanks, Win. D 
Nutter, C. B. . . 
Ogden, Elias . . 
Paul, Richard T. 
Patterson, John . 
Patterson, James 
Perrin, Amos 
Page. Francis M. 
Robinson. David 
Riley, John W. . 
Riddle, Jeremiah 
Rush, Elias C. . 
Smith, William . 
lair, John D. 
Shuttlesworth, J. 
ler . 
Stewart. I 'avid . 
Sutton, Thaddeus 
uville 
James D. 
Sams, William H. 
Tenant, Samuel . 
Truman, Henry . 
Turvey, George . 
Uhl, Jellerson 

Ion, Abraham 
Verdon, Thos. W. 
Iward B. 
Wilson, John T. 
Discharged, 
Poe, Philip F. . . 1st Lt 
Robinson, Thos. G. . 2d Lt. 
Arnett, John A. . Priv. 
Gatt rill, Samuel 
Gattrill, Newman A. 
Hemphill, Chas. H. 
Kenned v, William A 

'l>ied, 
At hey, Dudley . . 
Barnes, Henderson 

38 



30 
L8 
28 
16 
20 
is 
L8 
L8 
is 

20 

2! 
20 
23 

L8 
31 

18 
L8 
32 
2] 

IT 
33 
17 
:;:, 
L9 
L9 

21 
15 

18 

22 
21 
18 

is 

35 
39 
36 
26 
L8 
29 

20 

_ 



w hen in M~i -i . d 
into - 



Aug 



Feb. 
Aug 



Nov. 
Aug 



Dec. 

Aug 



24, 

28, 

28, 
28, 

28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 

28, 
29, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
24, 
.28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
27, 

28, 
28, 



28, 






1864 
1862 






. 



Cn '•. Oct. 19 
1864. 



it Cedar Oreel 
1864. 



1864 
1862 



i 



Wounded: • I ig. I, '64. 



Dismissed. 
Res'd, Ap 1 — 
For disability. 
For dis., Ap'l 7, '63. 

" 7, ' 
Mar. 1, '64. 
'• " 26 " 



Of disease. Sept. l-\ 1«<, at New 

Creek. Va. 
Of disease, I, at New 

Creek. 



302 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company U E" Eleventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



IJnnk. 



When mastered 

into service. 



Berry, Sylvester 
Deem. William . 
Hustead, James M 
Jaynes, James . 
Kerns, Mai in E. 
Page, David K. . 
Peirce, Jefferson 
Stuttler, Martin 
Steele, Perry 
Williams, William 

Rejected. 
Barnes, Robert E. 
Deem, David jr. . 
Eppeline, Joseph J 
Lee, Noble G. . 
Lee, William J. . 
Nutter, David . 
Ranshaw, Byron 

Aggregate, _. 



L9Aug. 

25 
20 
31 
L9 

28, 
34 
22 

18|Dec. 
40 Aug. 

28 _ 

35 _ 

18 _ 

16 _ 
27 
40 

311 _ 



28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
27, 
28, 



1 8fi9 Killed in action at New Creek, Aug. 

()! Uisi use, Aug. S, 1*64. 



Killed in action ai New Creek, Aug. 

I, 1864. 
Committed suicide near Clarksburg. 

April 12, 1864 
Killed in ac, N'ew Creek, Aug. 4,'64. 



ii til disease, April 18, 1863. 

II (i u 12,1864. 

I «AQ !of disease, April 26, 1864, at C'arks- 
I oeo Of disease, Sept. 28, 1864. 



On account of disability in foot and 

hand. 
On account of bad sight and rheu- 

matlsm. 
On account of general disability. 

On account of being too young and 

debilitated. 
On account of large veins. 

On account of consumption. 

On account of bad wounds. 



.117 men. 



Return of Captain F. B. Stoddard's Company "F," Wth Regiment West Va. 
Inf. Volunteers, stationed at Richmond, Va., showing the condition of said 
company on the S\st day of December, 18G4, together with a complete record 
of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 
(Signed,) B. F. Stoddahd, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Bank. 



When mustered 

into service. 



Stoddard, Fayette B. Capt. 

Collett, Wm. H. 

McCoy, William A. 

Boggs, John R. . 

McCowan, Ephraim jSerg't, 

Fant, John W. . 

Timms, Ezra V. . 

Cain, Franklin . . Corp'l, 

Worley, Asbury 

West, Arthur P. 

Redding, Willing H. 

Hopkins, Thos. B. 

Timms, Charles W 

Argebrite, Geo. L, 

Wagoner, Elijah 

Wayne, Jacob . . Fifer. 

Engle, Joseph F. . Wag'r,|30 



".T TiiItt- 1Q 1 ftAQ Pr°- from 1st I.t.. wounded at Cedar 
Oi JUiy lO, XQOO Creek. Va.. Oct. 19, 1864. 

1st Lt,, 23 Nov. 3, 1864 p £ 1 f ££ t f r,vate to2d u ' ¥mnid 
2d Lt., 22 2, " |Pro. from Priv. 

1st Sgt'39iSept. 21, 1862' _ 



17 


21, 


54 


21, 


20 


21, 


18 


21, 


18 


21, 


23 


21, 


L8 


21, 


32 


21, 


2:; 


21, 


32 


Feb. 10, 


2S 


10, 


IS 


10, 


3d 


10, 



Jsii:; 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company"?" Eleventh Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



303 



Nami >. 



Rank. 



Barnes, Thomas E. . Priv. 
Bates, Jacob . . 
Brad en, George W 
Boice, Samuel 
Bell, Franklin 
Bell, Allen . 
Baker, Henry "W 
Corbitt, Albert 
Corbitt, James M. 
Crislib, Allen 
Cunningham, J. M. 
Crawford, C. C. . 
Doolittle, Silas S. 
Deurma, Alfred M. 
Davis, Ellis ■ . 
Foughtv, William 
Finah, William M. 
Hardman, Joseph F 
Hard man, Ben]. G. 
Howard, Samuel D 
Holbert, Michael 
Harper, Nicholas 
House, Irvin F. . 
Hopkins, W'm. R. 
Hopkins, John R. 
Hicgins, Baltis A. 
Hight, Benjamin T. 
Jenkins, Levi H. 
Kearns, Jeremiah 
Kearns, Henry . 
Littleton, Hiram T. 
Laudermin, Bowy 
Lyons, Wm. W. . 
Lyons, James M. 
Mitchell, Charles F 
Mitchell, George W. 
McMillian, Rob't A 
Morehead, Thomas J 
Pringle, Jacob . . 
Province, Simeon . 
Regus, James K. . 
Roberts, Daniel . . 
Roberts, Simeon 
Rhey, Skydos G. 
Reed, John J. . . 
Reynolds, Benj. . . 
Smith, Samuel H. . 
Smith, James E. 
Settle, Abner . 



When inustircil 
into »ervl( ■•• 



30 

22 

27 Feb. 

30 Ap'l 

19 Feb. 
ISSept. 
32 Feb. 

39 Sept. 
18 

23 Aug. 
18 Feb. 

24 Sept 
18 

29 Feb. 

22 

32 Sept 

26 

25 

22 

3 

31 

30 

18 

34 



Remarks. 



Feb. 
21 Sept, 
31 
25 
18 
32 
29 
23 
30 
19 
32 
30 Feb. 

18 Feb. 

21 

21 

35 Sept 

33 

28 Feb. 

21 Sept 

19 

30Feb. 



10, 1863 
21. 1862 
21, " 
21, " 
21, " 
10, 1863 
5, 1864 
10, 1863 
21, 1862 

10, 1863 
21, 1862 
21, " 
21, '• 

11, 1863 
10, ■' 

.21, 1862 

21, " 

10, 1863 

10, " 
. 21, 1862 

21, " 

21, " 

21, " 

21, " 

21, " 

21, " 

21 " 

10,' 1863 

21, 1862 

91 " 

- 1 ! 



21. 
21, 
21, 
21, 
21, 

21, ,; 
21, " 
5, 1864 
10, 1863 
21, 1862 
10, 1863 
10, " 
10, " 
21, 1862 
21, " 
10, 1863 
.21, 1862 
21, " 
10, 1863 



Captured at Cedar Creek. 
Wounded at Cedar Creek, 



Oct. 19, '64 

Oct. 19,'64 



Wounded at Cedar Creek, 

In hospital. 



304 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Company "1 


'.•' Eleventh 


Regiment Infantry — Continued. 




Bank. 


£ 

■i 
< 


When musk 
int.. -.-i \ i< e. 


Remarks. 


Schoolcraft, Benj. 


Priv. 


28 


Feb. 10, 


_ 


Summers, James 


" 


lis 


Sept.21, 1 


_ 


SimM 


" 


L9 


Feb. 10, 1863 


_ _ _ 


Watts, Win. G. . 


. 


18 


Sept.21, L862 


1 


Wallace, Robert 


<< 




21, " 


_ _ _ 


Weigle, Daniel M. 


" 


1- 


21, " 


t <J« ' lot 19,'W 


Wright, Eenry . 


u 


:;o 


2l! • 


_ _ _ 


"Wright, Lorenzo D. 


'• 


L8 


21, " 


In hospital. Sick. 


Wright, Bazil B. 


(( 


29 


21, " 


a 11 a 


Wolfe, Jacob M. 


" 


32 


Feb. 10, 1863 


1. a 11 


Woodyard, Chas. R 


(C 


18 


Ap'l 2:;, " 


_ 


Kenly, Cunnii 


n " 


;;i 


Sept. 21, 1862 


_ _ 


Baker, William II. 


u 


L9 


21, " 


Prisoner of war since Sept. 8, 18S3. 


Bates, Franklin E. 


II 


36 


Feb. 10, 1863 


ii .. 


McConaughey, D. 


ti 


:;s 


Sep. 21, L862 


ii ,8, 186S. 


McClung, L. P. . 


" 


L9 


Feb. 10, 1863 


ii II u 


Smith, George . 


u 


■13 


10, " 


1! II II 


Sprouse, Wesley 


1 I 


22 


Sept, 21, 1862 


u ii u 


Sprouse, Oliver . 


it 


ks 


21, " 


ii 


Simonds, James M. 


" 


20 


Feb. 10, 1863 


il i. ii 


_, r ue, George B. 


(C 


38 


A.p'1 23, " 


it ii ii 


Wilson, Walter . 


11 


l'l 


Sept. 21, 1862 


ii II ii 


Transferred. 










Conley, John N. . 


(( 


43 


21, " 


To V. R. C. 


Died, 










Freeland, Clemm 


(1 


24 


21, " 


Of disease, Dec. 26, 1864. 


Martin, James M. 


(( 


32 


21, " 


ii ii 4. 1864. 


Smith, John J. . 


(I 


24 


Feb. 10, 1863 


Nov. 9, 1864. of wounds reed in a.'- 


Deurman, Elliott 


11 


18 


Sept.21, 1862 


lit llu\, An,'. 1, i - 
Md. 


Kirby, Charles W. 


1st Lt. 


32 


July 18, 1863 


Killed in a< 
l'l. 1864. 


Curtis. Wm. W. 


2d Lt, 


32 


18, " 


[Jew Creek, Am'. 
1, 1864. 


Discharged. 










Pell, William F. 


Capt., 




Sept.21, 1862 


March 4, 1863. 


Bond, Esquire . 


Priv. 


24 


21, " 




NT ■! lowell, James 


" 


31 


21 " 


Fordis., A.p'1 24, V,:;. 


Skidmore, Daniel 


(( 


2C 


21,' " 


May L3, " 


Etunnion, Alfred 


(C 


I'd 


21. " 


.\,, : 121. " 


Florance, John N. 


it 


22 


2l! " 


June 22,'64. 


Burdett, J. A. . 


a 


32 


Feb. 10, 1863 


I'm- disability, date unknown, 


Harris, Geo. M B. 


a 


is 


Not must 


" 


Board, Thomas J. 


ti 


24 


" 




Warren, Daniel B. 


11 


L9 


II u 




A Iderman, Warren 


" 


20 


11 1. 


I and paroled bj ti"- 
Sept. -'. 


Wagoner, John . 


" 


2.'. 


II 11 


and •• "^ nave uevei 
inoo, in''' 


Wagoner, Daniel 


1 1 


2! 


" " 


inn' deserted i" 


Seamen, Thomas P. 


ii 


I'M 


u II 




11 i< ks, Madison W. 


it 


2 Li 


I. II 




Runnion, Elihu . 


■I 


21 


II 11 


- 



Aggregate. 



.111 men. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 






I of Capk Joh I "6 'ofthe wih "Regiment "'• I 

Virginia infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, near Winches- 
ter, Va., showing the conditio Company on the \st day of Decern- 

. 1864, together with u complett recordofth changes that havi 
since its lion. 

.Inns' V i ' 'ompany. 



s 

V. 

El kins, Clark . 
McDoniel, W'm. G. 
Morris, Van B. . 

las, Andrew i 
Holztein, James R 
Tay] 
Wood, John H. . 

.. 

f. Lewis Y. 
Pauley, William J. 

Qson, 1 >avid 
Eikins, John S. . 
May, Jacob C. . 
Mynes, Andrew J. 
Johnson, James D. 
Epling. Miles P. 
Allen, Charh 
Adkins, Hiram . 

Burnes, Harvey . 
Brown, Robert . 
Bess, John A. 
Burdett, John W. 
Bnrgey, Benedict 
Campbell, Henry T 
Campbell, John W 
Crago, Harrison 
William . 
i, Charles 
. I 11. 
I lavis, James . 
Elk::. 

Ellis, Lewis H. . 
Ellis, Lewis J. . 
Enicks, William H 
Fielder, San ford 
Flint, Daniel . . 
-. Richard . 
Griffith, Joseph H 

leb F. . 
Higginbotham L. 
Higginbotham, Jno 






When mi 






Priv. 



. 49 

2d Lit., 22 

1st S 
Serg'1 

" 

24 

Corp'l, 20 

25 

21 

IS 

18 
L8 
L9 

11 
2] 
42 
26 
L8 

1! 
20 
22 
30 
L8 
25 
24 
26 

i; 

L9 
21 

37 

L8 

36 

'IS 



Dec. 14 

J 1 

Oct. 6 

23 

i 

Oct. 6 

- 
i 

May 23 

23 

23 

Oct. 6 

6 

Feb. 1 

May 23 

23 

Oct. 6 

6 

6 

Mar. 30 

Oct. 6 

Oct. 6 

6 

Jan. 28 

May 23 

23 

Aug. 5 
Oct. 6 

Dec. 17 

17 

23 

Oct. 6 
6 






T*r». from Private, (for. 1 1864 



1864 _ 

_ _ 

it c:deut. 

I! 

_ 
_ 
- 



ii Wounded In act! 

_ 

L862 _ 

• 1 at Lynchburg, Jurr I 



1863 
1862 



Won: 



Captured at Cedar Creek, Va., Oct. 
Wounded at Lynchburg, .1 



306 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

any "(?," Eleventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



N.i 



Bank. 



When mustered 
into - i 



Remarks. 



Hensley, Coleman S 
Hensley, Fret well <! 
Henson, Alexander 
on, Hezekiah 
Holley, John 1.. . 
Hoi ley, George W. 
llolley, Joseph S. 
Hamrick, B. V. T. 
I [art, Calvin . . 
Horton, Samuel . 
Johnson, Ohastien T 
Jones, James M. 
King, Martin E. 
King, James P. 
Landres, Samuel 
McDowell, Eli . 
Mynes, John W. 
Moses, James R. 
Moses, Samuel J. 
Moses, William H. 
McLaughlin, L. E. 
Nuckels, Joel 
Nuckels, Francis M 
Overshiner, John W 
Paul, James T. . 
Paul, William M. 
Paul, James . . 
Pursinger, Lewis J 
Racer, William B. 
Racer, John S. 
Smith, John M 
Stephenson, Jno. D 
Seites, Henry 
Tacket, James 
Tacket, William 
Tyler, .latnes . 
Webb, Jeremiah 
Wells, John . 

Wall, AugUStUS 
Wall, A.-lHliy 

While, Adam 
Young, William L. 
Young, Samuel E. 
Discharged, 

Brooks, Robert 
Epling, Philip 
Pauley, Buren 
Chandler, Richard H 



1'riv. 



1st Lt 
Priv., 



P.! 
11 

144 



Oct. 6 
G 
6 
6 

May 23 
Oct. 
May 23 
Oct. 6 
Feb. 1 
Oct. 6 
Dec. 17 
Oct. 6 
6 

May 23 

June 28 

Oct. 6 

c> 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

G 

May 23 

Oct G 

6 

May 23 

Oct. 6 

Dec. 17 

17 

Oct. G 

Drafted, 

Dec. 18 

May 23 

Jan. 28 

Oct. 6 

May 2.", 

23 

Oct. G 

6 

Mar. 30 

Oct. 6 

Drafted 



L862 



1864 
L363 

l.M'.J 



1864 

lsc.2 



1863 

a 

1862 



1862 

1864 
1862 



1863 

ISC,] 

1862 



May 23, 1862 
Oct. 6, " 
May 23, " 



Wounded by accident, July — , 1888. 
(':.i>wr. 'l at L] nchburg, June 18, H 
wounded by accident. 

Wounded July 24/64 



Wounded. 



Wounded Sept. 8,'62 
Capt'd Oct. 19,1864. 



n action, Jane 18, ls*fit, 



Missing In action, Oot. 19, 1884, 



Wounded bi 



Res'd June 2, 1863. 

Dis'd Oct. 4, " 
" " 14, " 
" by G. C. M. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "<?," Eleventh Regiment Infantry — Continued 
Bank. I 






Names. 



Win ii musteri l 






Transfi r 
Cunningham, Jno. S 

' Dit l. 
( !yrus, John 11. . . 

diaries A. . 
. 
Mynes, Andei 
Leadmon, George A 
Hacarick, Noah J. J 
Allen, Benry 
Davi 

Burden, H. F. . 
Campbell, James M 
Horton, James 1 1 
Elkins, Poindexter 
Griffith, 1. •■'.'. is I, 
Bryan, Gabriel H. 
Brisco, Wyatt . 

/' 
Tacket, Benjamin 
Horton, William 
h, Albert P. 
Larter, James G. 
Bains, William . 
Nicholas. Ephraim 
Tacket, Elijah . 
Aggregate, 



2d Lt. 






Priv. 






L862 


L862. 




21 Dec. 


IT, 


• . 


Jan. 


.. 


21 Oct. 


6, 


ii 


" 1 1. 


.. 


18 _ 






Dec. 31, 1862 


■• 








Feb. 1, 1863 


•• 


1'.' 


6, 




•• 10, 


1 1 


20 May 




,i 


July 21, " 


• i 


24 




■• 




(i 


19 Oct. 






July 9, " 


•• 




6, 


" 


In, ■• 


•■ 




28, 




Nov. 21, " 




39 May 






Mar. 23, 1863. 


■ - 


22 






Oct. I'M. 


Corp'l, 


21 Oct. 




■1 


July 27. 1863. 


" 




6, 


" 


Killed .Inly 24, : 



Priv. 18 _ _ Sept. 5, 1862. 

37 May 2:;, 1862 " 12 

::3 0ct. 6, " June 20, 1863. 

20Miv 23, " Nov. 5, " 

" 21 " 23 " " 20 " 

36 June 2s', 1864 July 6,' 1864. 
« 44 ■•" 6, " 

113 men. 



Return of Lieut. .h>Ua Holt's Company "II," of the Eleventh Regiment West 
Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, near Wincht 
Pa., showing the condition of said company on thetth day of December, 1864, 
together with a complete record of the changes that have taken /<!" 
mization. 

ued.) Johx Holt, 1st Lieut. Commanding Company. 



Kami -. 



Bank. 



When i 

inl" - 



Holt, John . . . 
Bloyd, John H. . . 
Kirkpatrick, S. K. . 
Geer, William . . 
Colt rater, Geo. T. . 
Wood, James A. 
Bichardson, Thomas 
Lemasters, Beuben 
Dunn, Daniel R. 
Wood, Isaac F. . . 



1st Lt., 33 Oct. 
2 1 Lt., 25 
IstS 
Serg't, 25 

21 

2:: Jan. 
Corp'l, 19 Sept. 
[ I Jan. 
21 
21 Jan. 



21.1S63 _ 

.ii 

Vet Vol. 
21,1862 . 
21, " 

5, 1864 Vet. Vol. 
21, 1862 _ 

5, 1S64 Vet. Vol. 
10, 1863 _ 

5, 1864 Vet. Vol. 



308 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

ComjHini/ " //," Eh renth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






R ,„v S When most) red 
™ Into - 



Remarks. 



Nicholas, Geo. W. 
M.Klhinny. W. K 
Lewis, William A. 
William, Geo. W. 
A nderson, Jai 
Bell. I. . 

Blake, Thomas . 
Blake, Solomon . 
Bloyd, James W. 
( -rawford, Oliver W 
Car others, Henry II 

son, George K. 
Evans, Perry . 
Evans, Francis M. 
Frazier, Jacob . 
Fowler, Noah C. 
Gorby, David 
Gillespie, Alex. . 
Graham, James A. 
Hutchison, Thos. S. 
Headley, James . 
Heatherly, David II 

I herly, Adrin 
Higgins, Jacob . 
Hathaway, Cha*. B 
Johnson, John H. 
Johnson, Abraham 
Johnson, Adam . 
Jillet, Jackson . 
Kester, James A. 
King, Alexander 
Kuhnes, Daniel . 
Knight, Jonathan 
Leach, James A. 
Miller, Lewis 
Morrow, Thomas L 

ullough. A. J. 
McPherson, Jas. V. 
Neal, William . 

Pyles, David < . . 
PierBon [d§ ram 
Prichard, Joseph I 

ilewait, R. N. 
Sink, Jacob . 
Sink, Joseph . . 
Skinner, Joel < r. 
Wood, Lemuel . 



iCorp'l, 



Mus'n, 



l'i 



IV. 



23 Nov. L0 
21 Sept. 2] 

L5 Nov. L0 

21 Aug. 10 

L9 Ju 

32 Jan. 30 
pt. 21 

L8 Mar. 19 
18 Nov. 10 
L9 Dec. 26 
27 Sept. 2] 

22 Jan. 14 
18 Feb. 10 
21 Mar. ;> 
41[Dt- 20 
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23 
19 
is 
37 
l'ii 
21 » 
L9 
25 

22 
21 

23 
18 
20 

18 
35 
30 
18 

is 
:;s 
27 
18 



Jan. 

Sept 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Sept. 21 

Mar. 1 

Jan. 



Oct. 
Jan. 

Aug. 10 
Jan. 5 
5 
Ap'l 25 
Aug. 10 
Mar 
Nov 

26 Feb. 

I.", Dec 
20! Jan. 
20 

rpt.2] 

1 8 A ug. 10 
l< i Mar. 3 
20 Sept. 21 



21 
21 
Aug. 10 



1862 



1863 
1864 

1862 

1 81 i 1 
1862 
1863 
L862 
1864 
L863 
1864 
1861 

1862 
1863 
1863 
1864 

1S62 
1864 



Is.;:; 
L864 

1863 

1864 
it 

1863 
L864 

1863 

1861 

1804 
i< 

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Vet. Vol. 

Vet. Vol. 
Vet. Vol. 



Vet. vol. 

Ve~t. Vol. 
Vet. Vol. 



Vet. Vol. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S R 

my ••//,'' Infantry — Continued. 



309 









! 



1 






2dLt. 

Serg't 



Ward, Geo. W. . . Priv. L9 
Whitl -e B. 

os, Philip . . 
Prisom rs of War, 

Crow, William . . 

phy, William II. •' 
Jones, Jonathan A. . " 21 Sept. 21 

Parriott, Geo. W 

Smith, Lewis 
Pyles, B. 
Anderson, Samuel T 

ing, Ephraim 
Crawford, 

Lemasters, William 
Carne) r , Thomas 
Blake, John . . 
Crawford, Jan 
Gorby, Denni<. 

iher, Crawford 
Lemasters, John 
Lemasters, Thomas 
Lemasters, Levi . 
Miller, Jenkins . 
Stephens, John . 
Stephens, Francis M. 
Stearne, William H. 
Taylor, Robert . . 
Hostuttler, Edward 
Lemasters, Saml. K. 
McFaggart, A. H. . 
lerty, Jno. W. 
Hostuttler, Samuel 
Crawford, John T. . 
Tarr, John B. . . 

Blovd, Joseph C. . 
Blake, George 
Campbell, Robert K. 
Dougherty, John P. 
Fetty, John H. . . 
Geho, Samuel W. . 
McMasters, Jacob . 
McConnel, James . 
Pyles, William II. . 
Pricket, James D. . 19 

Sole, Jacob ... 
Stephens, Daniel 
39 



pt.21 
21 
46 N( 

28 Oct. 4 
Corp'l, 20 Sept. 30 

30 
44 No 
Priv. 21 Sept. 30 

29 Oct. 3 

23 Nov. 16 
28 Sept. 30 

30 
44 30 

24 Oct. 
'• 

2 

-1 Sept. 30 
27 Oct. 15 
23 Nov. 14 

:;l 14 

g. 10 

27 Nov. 14 

, " 14 

II 

pfc.30 

Corp'l, 20 Feb. 20 
Priv. 45 Sept. 30 
\u-. 10 

ug. 10 

20 Jan. 5 
Dec. 



Aug. 
Nov. 
Oct. 



1864 \ 

■ _ 

V 

I, 1864, at 

Mar. 1. 

1S61 At w ' 
u 



At Wheel 

i, it ii, 1964. 

.. 

ii, l-'".:. 
u 



1 ocq r. 



1864 
1861 
1863 
1861 
1863 

1864 
1861 

. 

1863 
1861 



For disability. 

. I Co.. \Y. V.. 1 

,18M. 
At Parkcrsburg. 

.. 
Killed br W. L. Clayton, at Kiln- 

AtParkeraburg, JuDe 14, 1863. 

At Now Creek. Aug. 11, '61, of wounds 

ree'd in 
At Cumberland. U 

At Knotfork, VC. V., Feb. 25, 1883. 

At Fishing Creek, W. V., May 10,'« 



I 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Company "//," Eleventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






K;mk. 



When mustered 

into service. 



Remarks. 



T.iv; naiti 

Wood, Thomas B. 
Whitlatch, Noah 

Deserted. 
Bayard, Lemuel. 
Easkins, Tohn . 
James, Ephraim 



I'riv 



L8'N0V 20 1361 AtI!lUal>elh,W.V..Aprilll, 1863 
Sent •">! • " li Greenville, W. T.,Aug. 1 

-i| I I" 1. .)", |m; I Vi-l. vol. Killed in action ll New 



20 . 

L9 _ 
18iSept.2] L862 



At Walker's Station, W. v., Bept 
At Parkursburg, June 1, 186.1. 



Aggregate, 109 men. 



Returnof Capt- Dixon ft. King's Company ••/." of the Eleventh Regiment 
West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Pa., /wr 

W'iin-hrsfir. I'ii., showing the condition of said Company on the loth day of 
I h eember, 1804, together with a complete record of the changes that have taken 
place since its organization. 

(Signed,) Dixon R. Kim., Jr., Capt. commanding Company. 






Bank. 



■\\ hen mustered 
into Bervioe. 



i;< marks. 



K Lng, Dixon R. . 
King, William II. 
Lytle. i Irian . . 
Flinn, John C. . 
Barber, Samuel L. 
Smith, De Kalb . 
King, John W. . 
Buffington, William 
Bibbee, Cincinnatus 
McKinley, .lames 
Powers, William Z 
Flinn, Barney 0. 
Derenbarger, Geo. 1 
Eleak, Parker . 
Crawford, M. L. 
Life, Draper C. . 
Leatham, M. < ' . 
aac . 
Eo i hi ler, I »aniel 
■I usl ice, Elijah . 
Jackson, Hezekiah 
Knappenberger, J. 
King, Winfield S. 
Lehem, Francis . 
Louis, Andy . . 
Leatham, Elias A. 
Mason, Franklin 
Meddock, Charles 



Capt., 

1st J it. 2 1 

2dLt., 

IstSgl 24 

Serg't 22 
23 
18 
21 
19 
25 



CorpT, 



22 

20 
23 
22 
22 

Mus'n, 18 
25 

Priv. 18 
" 30 
2-1 
44 
18 
28 

L9 

32 

" 1x8 



Dec. 
June 16 

16 
Dec. 27 
Sept. 27 
Dec. 27 
June 16 
Dec. 27 

27 
Sept. 21 
June 16 
Dec. 27 
Sept. 21 
Dec. 27 
Sept. 21 
Dec. 27 
June 16 
Sep.t21 
Dec. 27 
Sept. 21 

21 
June 16 
Dec. 27 
Sept. 2] 
Dec. 28 
June 16 
Sept. 21 
Dec. 27 



9, I -t.i. 

I>. ihii, ,i :i- a \- \. (. ., .'Id Brigade 
■■ i in v ol Wi-i Virginia. 



1861 M '"""' ! ' '' ; " 1 ''i- | "T - Hl11 Bept '.'• 

1862 

1861 _ 

1862 Vlt ' l "'" Bc-mn8,ered *l*r- *»• I 86 *- 

I 861 ^° un, * e ^ ■ : * i • lu,v '" 

L862 

L861 I 

1862 _ 

1861, _ 

L862 _ 

i Qgl \ t. rel. Hi mustered U 

1862 _ 

ti 

L862 _ 

Capt'dal Ced&i Creek, Oct. 19, 18&». 



1 QA1 Vl1 - w*. Re-mmtered Usi 
J.OUJ. wounded at Cedar Creek 

1862i _ 



1862' 
1861 



Wounded at I.vnchburg, V;i,, June 
I- ,;1BM. 



ADJUTANT GENERALS KFPoRT. 



31] 



Company "I," Eleventh Regiment Infantry Continued. 






i . 
Mi i '•■;.. Alpheus 

Q 

Powers, William B 

i, James II.. 
Poling, Lloyd 
Pinnell, Aurelius 
Phillips, Alexander 
Phillips, Andy . 
Rose, James M. . 
Rankins, Thomas B 
Silcott, William E. 
Schockey, Henry P 

irge 
Smith, Isaac . 
Austin, Joseph N. 
Anderson, Miles C. 
Anderson, Grovener 
Anderson, Ezra . 
Bonnett, Henry 
Bonnett, Fran 

.am, Edward 
Barnhart, James L 
Byres, Joseph A. 
Boso, Francis 
Buckaloo, James 
Beal, Daniel . . 
Buchanan, Joshua 
Cooper, Reuben . 
< 'alvert, Marshall 
Cotton, Murrin H. 
Clem, Isaac N. . 
Clem, Jackson 
Cottrill, Elias 
' 'con. Isaac N. 

trill, Elijah W. 
Cottrill, William 
Freeland, Solomon 
Foster, Azariah . 
Fowler, James . 
1 [amilton, John . 
Smith, Cummings 
Swink, Enos J. . 
Swink, Thomas . 
Sewell, George . 
ell, Jackson . 






When u 



H 



Priv. 25 June 16 

23 16, 

L863 

21, " 

I- 21, 

15 Deo. 21 

27, " 
22 Jun 

b. 21, ■■ 
Ap'l 23, 1SG3 

21, " 

32 Dec. 27, 1861 
Mar. 27, 1864 

21 .lane 16, 1862 
Dec. 28, 1863 

. . 26, 1862 

16 Dec. 27, 1861 
22 

22 Sept, 21, 1862 
18 21. 
18 June 16 

Dec. 28, 1863 

45 June 16, 1864 
36 Feb. 10, 1863 

18 Dec. 27, 1861 

28, 1863 

24 June 16, 1862 
16, '• 

Dec. 28, 1863 
Ap'l 23, 
. 
22 Mar. 25, 1864 

17 June 16 
16, 

Aug. 1 1 

18 June 16, 1862 
. 27, 1861 

■ 

17 

17 27, " 
27, " 



Vet, vol. R 

.• I.vnchburg, Vs., Jim* 
t Snicker*! Ferry, July 19 
Wounded tl 



I 



Vct.T0l. ! 



• ,1 



'• 






Accidentally wounded U 

Bluirj. W. X:i., May SI 
Accidentally wounded at Raven. 

wood. W.'V. 
Wounded 



■ 
Re-muttered Mn 






312 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Company "I" Eleventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






K;iuk. 



When mustered 

hit" - ■ 



Remarks. 



iD . 

Sheets, Cuinmings 
Smith, Joseph . 

:i. Martin . 
Smith. James A. 
Swain, Thorns 
Smith, Barney 
Taylor, Robert . 
Trader, Arthur . 
Truman. Job . 

isend, I- 
Wheeton, John . 
Westfall, Thomas 
Watkins, Francis M 
White, Jol n C. . 
Williams, Joseph 
Williamson, Samuel 
Wood, James F. 
Wood, Samuel 

Discharged, 
Bonnett, Jesse 
Brock, Creorge T 
Boone, William 

Died, 
Flinn, Solomon 
Fleak, William 
Gabbard, Lewis A. 
Hammock, M. V. B 
Justice, Alexander 
Murphy, Daniel D. 
Mathews, James L. 
Rill, Daniel . . 
Staats, Theodore 
Stoops, Jernice . 
Phillips, Levi 
Deserted, 
Cottrill, Silas . 
McCoy, Daniel V. 
McMorrow, D. P. 
Rollyson, John . 
Staats, Rudolph . 
Schoolcraft, Peter 
West, Thomas . 
Young, John H. 

;regate,__. 



Priv. 21 Sept. 21, 1862 _ 

18 21, " 

Dec. 28, 1863 _ 

27. 1SG1 _ 

28, 1863 _ 
28, " 

. " 
. i ] 07 1S61 Vet- vo1, Re-mustcrcd Mar - 

45 27, « 

' 18 Aug. 11, 1863 _ 

ii Og (i Wounded at Lynchburg, June 18/61. 

- 22 " 27*1861 _ 
' |18 June 16, 1862; _ 

18 Dec 27 1861 WoumledatWinche5,er ' Jui y- 4 ' t;i 

31 Sept. Si! 1862 - 

Dec. 28, 1863 _ 

28, " 

iAug. 11, 18631 _ 

Mar. 27 ; 1864 _ 

Mus'n, 69 Dec. 27, 1861 AtParto " bnr » Mar --' 18 " 

Priv. 2.") June 16, 1862 

16, " • v "' • 



Corp 
Priv. 



1, 18 Dec. 27, 1861 

18 Sept. 21, 1862 

Dec. 28, 1863 

ApT 23, " 

21 Dec. 27, 1861 

18 Sept. 21, 1862 

g. 11, 1863 

17 June 16, 1862 

15 Doc. 27. 1861 



27, 
27. 



1* June 16, 1861 

U7 16, " 

16, " 

16, " 

Sept. 21, 1862 

38 June 16, " 

tO 16, " 

16, « 



At Pond Creek, W. V., Oct. 20, 1863. 

In hosp. at Sandy Hook, Hd. 

iocldentally burned to death ot Ra- 
i. \V. V.. Jan. 27, 1864. 

In hosp., Clarysville, Md. 

In hosp. at Parkerabtirg, Jan. 29, '68. 

h at Ra- 
27, 1864, 

>;rg, June 
18, 1864. 
Killed in action at Cedar Creek, Oct. 

llj killed at Parkersburg, 
Dec. — ; 

Parkersburg, Sept. 16. '61 



At Axnoldsburg, W. V., July — , '62. 
At Spencer, Sept. — , 1862. 
i 1 July — , 1862. 

At Parkersburg, April 1 

26, 1861. 
IWOOd, Sept. 2 1862. 
it . ii 4,1862. 

At Spcucer, July 4, 1832. 



.116 men. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



318 



Jos. II'. Willi" vany li K" of thellth Regiment W 

I'n. Infantry Vblu ! <tf Camp Russell, near Winch 

ndition of said Companyon the ISthdayof December, 1884, to 
'i- with a mgathat have taken plaa 

nization. 

Ni.uroN PolIko, [at Lieut. commanding Company. 






Bank. 



\\ li. ii m 






Williamson, J. apt. ! Aug. 10, 

Polin □ . . Let Lt., 31 11, 

mes D. W. 2d Lt. 22 Nov 

Somerville, David . 1st Sgt 35 Aug. 31, 

mes M. . . Serg't. 31, 
Jeffords, John . . 

Rarden, Thomas . 31, 

Love, John M. . . " ^<> 31, 

Coe, Lysander M. . Corp'l. _1 31, 

hel, Charles K. " 22 31, 

Mahon, Richar " 27 31, 

Daffy, George M. . " 31, 

Ant ill, John ..." 31, 

McB-rien, Henry " 33 31, 

Bovce, Spencer . . 18 31, 

Lane, John ... " 22 31, 

Hall, James M. . . Mus'n 31, 

Ridenour, Samuel . " Mar. 19, 

McKown, Joseph . Priv. 1 27 1 Aug. 31, 

Antill, Jesse ... " 31, 

Barnett, Kendall . " 

Banks, John E. . . 31, 

Bibbee, Abraham . 31, 

Bibbee, Joseph . . 31, 

Balser, Jacob. . . " 

Burditt, James P. . " 31, 

Blackburn, Josiah . " 31, 

Bates, George W. . " 31, 

Beaver, John. . . 31, 
Cross, Solomon H. . 

-, John M. . . " -1 31, 

Cobb, George W. . 31, 

Cooper, Vincent H. " 31, 

Cooley, Lycurgus J. 34 31, 

Coss 18 Nov. 

Dewees, / . " 37 Aug. 31, 

Dewees, Ben. C. . " 34 31, 
Dewees, Henry S. . 

Dewees, Joshua K. . " 28 31, 

Dewees, William J. 31, 

Gilpin, Alfred B. . - 31, 

Gilpin, Lorenzo D. . " 31, 

Glen, Alvaroe . . 18 31, 

Gillaspie, Joseph. . I " 31, 



1863 A ' A ' •' c "- w Brlg '" , * ,Dlr -' Ann ^ 

i; Wounded at Cedar Creek, Oct. 1J, 



.■■ek, Oct. 19, 1864. 
Wounded at Snicker's Fcrrv, July 

I!' ! 



at Wincbaster, Sept. 19, 
Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1S64 



Capt'd at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19. 1861. 

Wounded at Winchester, Sep. 19, '64 

Snicker's Ferry, July 19 
1864. 

Wounded at Lynchburg, June 18, '64. 



1864 
1862 



Oapt'd at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864. 



1864 
1862 



Wounded at Winchc.ter. Sep. 19. '64, 
and at Cedar Creek, O 



"'.Vfi. Mnv 
'63, uudat Winchester, Sept. 19,'M 



Wounded at Cloyd Mt., May 9, '64. 



Wounded at Winchester, Julv 24. '64, 
aud atFiiher s Hill, Sept. 22, - 64. 



Wounded at Lynchburg, June 18, '64 



:-:i ! 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "JT," Eleventh Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



N -. 

el, William G 

tee, Lewis H. 

I [indman, John W 

Hall, Lyman E. I '. 
Jones, Francis M. 
King, Ben. F. . 
King, James M. . 
Lane, David . . 
Lane, Bartlett . 
McMillin, John T. 
Mullinex, Jason B. 
Miller, Perry . . 
Mahon, Theodore K. 
Maxwell, Robert H. 
Maxwell, James A. . 
McLaughlin, Jno. L. 
Nelson, Ephraim . 
Preston, Richard . 
Parsons, Hiram . . 
Postlewait, Geo. W. 
Pringle, Barzilla M. 
Quick, George \V. . 
Riel. Miles . . . 
Rankin, Thomas J. 
Ridenour, Martin . 
Reed, John W. . . 
Rowan, Archibald . 
Rowley, Grovenor C. 
Runer, Henderson J. 
Rhoads, Jehu . . 
Redman, Nathan, . 
Starcher, Wilson W. 
Shaver, Henry S. . 
Shields, William 
Smith, John M. . . 
Smith. Wyatt . . 
Snyder, Job . . . 
Thomas, Andrew J. 
Steam, John V. . . 
Slaughter, Elij 
West, Robert N. . 
West, Andrew . . 
Warner, Jacob B. S 
Waddle, Robert G. 

Discharged. 
Gilpin, Alfred . . 
Cheuvront, Aaron . 
Sayre, Andrew . . 



When mustered 
Into sol \ Ice. 



Remarks . 



l'riv. 



18 
L8 
19 
L8 

is 
Is 
23 
22 

23 

22 

18 
19 
22 

is 

18 

22 
37 
36 
30 

19 
33 
36 

11 
31 
41 
29 

45 
24 

18 
38 

.",1 
:;:', 
2S 
12 
■11 
L8 
^ 
18 
2l! 
18 
18 
2.". 



Winchester Julj 24, 1884 



Corp'l, 

Pnv. 

Mus'n, 



A.._ ni 1 Qg9 Woun p. M,'64 

' 3l', " 

Fpb 10 180) ! it Creek, Oct 1», 1884 

Ap'l 23, " 
Aug. 31, 1862 

31. 

31, " 

31, " 

31, " 

31, " 

31, 

31, 

31, 
Nov. 25, 
Aug. 31, 

31, ' 

31, " 

31, " 

31, « 

31, " 

81, " 

31, " 

81, " 

31, " 

31, " 

31, " 

31, " 

31, " 

Dec. 28' 1863 
Aug. 31, 1862 

31 " 
Dec. 28,' 1863 
Auet 31 186^ Co '" •' : " Ced " , ' i,,,k - ni ' 1 l9 i ls61 

'nil " ~ • 

• 31, " 

31, " 

31, " 

L, " 

31, " 

Mar. 25, L864 _ 

Aug. 31, 1862 _ 

Feb. 10, 1863 _ 

Aug. 31, 1802 Res'd June 10, 1863. 



Wounded at Clo.vd Mt., >lay 9. 1864. 



" and carit'd at Lynchburg, 
June lb, 1864. 



Wounded and eapfd at (lovd >n 
May 9, 1864. 

ii Lynchburg, June 13, '64 



I Winchester, July 24..G4. 
" Rntcker'i Perry, July IB. 



Oapt'dat Cedar Creek, Oct. IB, 1884, 

Wounded and cajit'd at Lynchburg 

June 18,1864. 
Capt'd a< Oedai Creek, Ool 19, 1884 



31, 
31, 



At Parkcrsburg, Jan. &>, 1864. 
Dishonorably, nt Parkpriburg. Mai 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT 
Company ■• A ." Eleventh Continued. 

s 






1'ptun. James 

Tnnist', -rrxl. 

b, John II. . 
Silcott, William E. 
Banks, William D. 
Coon, Isaac 
Hammock. M. V. B 

Wm. S . . 
Dudgeon, Jai 
Cooper, Win. W. 

Died, 
Yankirk. Wm. C. 
Lockhart, Samuel 

jons, Moses . 

on, John . 
Ball, Jabez B. . 
Dernberger, J I . . 
Shin, Nathan C. . 
Park, Albert G. 
Shaver, Thoma< . 
Cobb, Elisha . . 
McPherson, Thoma 

Dcs< 
llarkin, William 
Canter, Friend 
Tucker, Ohristophe) 
Lawson, John . 
Chancey, Roswell 
Jiveden, Joel 
Parsons, Alfred . 

Aggregate,.-. 



1'riv. 21 

L8 — . Jun 

23 

18 

L9 

\^ Aug. 31, L862 

To , July 2! 

31, - 



22 

18 Feb. 



3'< 
18 

38 
18 



Drn I W. V 

April . 

25 An 

Killed I 

iladel- 

KiU "l in action at Lvnchbur | 



31 

31, 

10, 



31, 
31, 
31, 



At Itav.-n 



31, " 

27 31, " 

18 31, • 

33 31, " 

mustered 

i. .. ii u 

.. 
118 men. 



Memoranda: — The I 

Volunteer* was commenced by Lient. Col. J. 0. Rathbone, in Octo- 
ber, 1861. ( »n the 22d and 24th of December, respectively, com- 
panies B and C were organized in Wirt county, and were immedi- 
ately armed and placed on duty against the guerrillas in Wirt, I 
houn and Roane counties. About the same time the recruiting of 
the other companies was progressing rather slowly, so that the regi- 
ment did not attain the maximum until September, 1862. Th» 
vices performed by the companies already organized, and tho- 
process of organization during this time, was of a very arduous 
character, and from the obscurity of the district in which they op- 
erated, and the scattered condition the command was obliged to 



316 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

maintain, due credit has never been given for the service performed. 
Besides, the small detachments were constantly liable to defeat and 
capture, by any considerable force of the enemy that should in v 
Thi occurred September 2d, 1862, when about two hundred, sta- 
tioned at Spencer, Va., under command of Col. Rathbone, were cap- 
tared by the rebel Gen. Jenkins' forces, numbering about one thous- 
and men. Lieut. Col. D. Frost, who had resigned his seat as Speak- 
er of the Virginia House of Delegates, in May, 1862, to accept this 
position, assumed command of the remaining portion of the regi- 
ment, during the time Col. Rathbone was upon parole, and upon the 
dismissal of that officer, was made Colonel, in February, 1863. 

The companies of the regiment were performing the service named 
above, being stationed in the counties of Braxton, Levi-. < i ilmer, 
Wirt, Ritchie, Roane and Jackson, with one company in the Great 
Kanawha valley. On the 13th of October, 1863. a part of the regi- 
ment participated in the gallant repulse of Wm. L. Jackson, (alias 
Mudwall,) at Bulltown, W. Va. Various engagements of this kind 
occurred with, different detachments. 

The regiment was concentrated and marched from Clarksburg to 
Beverly, W. Va., April 4th, 1864. Returning, companies B, C, D. 
G, I and K joined the command of Brig. Gen. Crook at Camp Piatt, 
April 25th, 1864. 

At Fayette C. H., on May 2d, the three brigades of the division 
were united. The command then marched on the celebrated "Dub- 
lin raid." Arriving at Cloyd Mountain, four miles from the rail- 
road, the enemy were found strongly posted. The brigade to which 
the Eleventh was attached, (the 3d,) was assigned to the attack in 
front, which was handsomely carried, carrying the enemy's guns and 
many prisoners. Here the rebel Gen. Jenkins, who had once cap- 
tured a portion of our command, received his mortal wound. The 
enemy again' made a stand at New River Bridge, when the 1 
enth supported the battery immediately in front of the rebel works. 
But little other infantry was engaged. Company B of this regi- 
ment, being deployed as skirmishers, with Company B of the 15th 
West Virginia Infantry, have the honor of setting fire to the great 
bridge, so important to the rebels, and by them so persistently and 
desperately defended. Returning through the counties of Mont- 
gomery, Monroe, Giles and Greenbriar, the command rested a few 
days at Meadow Bluff, Greenbriar county, when they moved to 
Staunton, Va., destroying the Virginia Central Railroad from Mill- 
boro depot to that place. Here it met the Division of Gen. Sulli- 
van, and commenced the celebrated expedition to Lynchburg, Va., 
under Gen. Hunter, participating in all the engagements of that 
memorable expedition. 



A.DJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 317 

Returning again by Lewisbui . 
Valley. In an enj Ferry, Va., I h 

licient Col. I': killed. On I md 24th of July, 

with the Army of West Virginia in the i 

ter, Va., which resulted in thi of our small command ti 

Maryland. At Harper's Ferry, joined Gen. Sb 
the Shenandoah, and participated in several light i 
reconnoissances, & I In the 3 iras in th 

ment at Berryville, Va. < In the 10th of September. I 
tie of the Opequan was fought, in which it participal 
thence, pursuing the enemy to Hill, when on the 22d ot 

September, the Army of West Virginia bo signally routed General 
Early by one of (Jen. Crooks' favorite Hank movemen' 
thence to Harrisonburg, where the four companies left behind in 
April, joined the regiment. T] I edar Creek, when 

near Strasburg, quite a spirited engagement was fought in a recon- 
noissance by the 1st Division. This regiment was specially compli- 
mented by the lamented Col. Thoburn, command ion, 
for good conduct in that engagement. Meantime, the four compa- 
nies left at Parkersburg in April, were sent to New Creek and ( !um- 
berland, and won much credit for their gallantry in defense of th 
places in August. On the 20th of December, 1864, the 1st division, 
Brevet Brig. Gen. Harris, commanding, was moved to the Army of 
the James, where they now are. 

The following comprises a list of battles in which this command 
participated, besides numerous skirmishes, reconnoi &c.: 

Cloyd Mountain, Va., May 0th, 1864; New River Bridge, May 10th, 
1864; Lexington, Va. ; Lynchburg, Va., June 17th and L8th; 
Snicker's Ferry, Va., July 18th; Winchester, Va., July 23d and 
24th; Martinsburg, Va,, July 25th; Berryville, Va., Sept. 3d; 
Opequan Creek, Va., Sept. 10th; Fisher's Hill, Va., Sept. 22d ; 
Strasburg, Va., Oct, 13th ; Cedar Creek, Va., Oct. 19th. 



10 



318 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



TWELFTH REGIMENT W. VA. INFANTRY. 

Beiurn*of Capt. WiU Burley's Company "A, 1 ' of the vith Regiment West 

Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Stephenson's Depot, Virginia, 

showing the condition of said company on the 1st day of December, 1864, 

together villi a complete record of ike changes that have taken place since its 

lion. 

[Signed,) Will Burley, Capt. commanding Company. 



Names. 



|..,,,i. r u When i 



Remarks. 



Burley, Will . . 

Riggs, W. H. . 
Tomlinson, Joseph 
Caldwell, Joseph 
Jones, John G. 
Mathews, C. C. . 
Leach, Joseph . 
Jones, Abraham 
Carr, Edward 
Jones, George A. 
Orum, George 
Geurin, Alexander 
Crow, Absalom . 
Alison, Oscar L. 
Coe, James W. . 
Anten, William . 
Byrnes, W. E. . 
Birch, John . . 
Barnhart, B. F. . 
Baker, John C. . 
Baker, S. B. . . 
Brown, Samuel . 
Bryson, John A. 
Crow, John . . 
Crisswell, Oliver 
Conner, Alexander 
Conaway, George 
Cecil, Andrew . 
Dorsey, W. II. . 
Dorsey, Bassil . 
Dornan, Norman I 
Devoir, John N. 
Durrah, James . 
Eckels, W. 11. . 
Edwards, John W. 
Flanagan, John M. 
Gosset, George . 
< iregg, Isaac . . 
Gamble, W. Clark 
Gillet, William . 



. < 'apt. 


22 


. 1st Lt. 


11! 


srg't, 


24 


" 


2! 


t £ 


26 


" 


IS 


. Corp'l, 


26 


it 


21 


(i 


22 


(i 


24 


u 


19 


(I 


22 


u 


24 


(I 


19 


. Drumr 


18 


. Priv. 


IS 




IT 




20 




28 




45 


" 


25 




23 




19 




22 




17 




17 




26 




23 




18 




2d 




I'M 




18 




18 




23 




20 




20 




19 




23 




22 




22 



Nov. 20, 1S64 



Am 



Feb. 
Auc 



16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
15, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 



1862 



Commissioned 2d Lt. at organization 

inj . Pro. 1st Lt., Feb. :'., 

i. ned. Pro. 

Capt., rice 1 n signed. 

Commissioned 1st i.e., Deo. 16, 1861. 



Wounded al Winche t< r, July 21, '64. 

I'm. 2d l.i. Dee. II 
Wounded at Piedmont, Ya., June 5, 

1861. 



it Piedmont, Juno 5, 1861. 



1864 
1862 



Wounded in hand at Winchester, 
Juno 15, I 63. 



Prisoner of war since June G, 1861. 



Prisoner since June — , 1864. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REP01 
Company "A," Twelfth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



319 



Nsmee. 


Bank, 


< 


When mo 




Geurrin, Mahlon 


Priv. 




Aug. 16, 1862 


. 


I [olmes, Henry . . 


ti 


is 


L6, " 


i; 


* Kane, Jeremiah . . 


it 


L8 


■. " 




Sing, Francis . . 


ti 


L8 


Feb. : 




Logston, James . . 


a 


21 






Logston, John E. . 


(< 


is 


L6, 1864 




Magers, James A. . 


ti 


L9 


Aug. L6,] 




Magers, David . 


it 


22 


16, « 


— — _ 


Mathews, A. J. . . 


it 


L8 


1G, " 


_ 


Miller, James N. . 


ti 


Is 


L6, " 


54. 


Morris, Daniel . . 


it 


2! 


L6, « 




Massena, Samuel 


ii 


11 


L6, " 




McGarvy, Thomas . 


u 


1" 


16, " 




Magers, W. F. . . 


II 


L8 


16, " 




McKnight, John . 


(1 


:W 


16, " 




Noice, William . . 


11 


21 


16, " 




Porter, John S. . . 


II 


20 


16, " 




Pratt, John D. . . 


11 


36 


Feb. 4,1864 




McPelley, Philip . 


11 


l'.i 


Aug. 16, 1862 


v, July 18 
1861, 


Kiggs, A. B. . . . 


li 


:v, 


16. " 




Pviggle, George . . 


(1 


is 


16, " 




Rings, Alfred . . 


II 


IS 


Feb. 18. 1864 




Sims, John . . . 


II 


in 


Aug. 16, 1862 




Stine, William . . 


II 


L8 


16, " 


Prisoner since May 15, i 


Schofield, Edward . 


II 


27 


16, " 




Shook, Israel . . . 


II 


:;i 


16, " 




Shilling, Alexander 


II 


24 


16, " 




Trenter, John . . 


II 


17 


16, " 




Talbert, John R. . 


11 


24 


16, " 


bounded at New Market 1 


Wyrick, J. W. . . 


II 




16, " 




Wilsen, James L. . 


" 


25 


Jan. 13, 1 




Younkin, Samuel F. 


" 


19 


Aug. 16, 1862 


Prisoner since May 15, 1 


Morgan, Thomas R. 


II 


30 


16, " 


ry. July 


i-harged, 










Tomlinson, Hagar . 


Capt., 


24 


16, " 


: Xov. l, ; 


Magruder, Thomas S 


1st Lt. 


26 


16, " 


" Jan. IT, ! 


Bier, Philip G. . . 


2d Lt. 




Jan. 17, 1863 


.'. \. \. i;. to 
Killed ■ 


Manning, Thomas W 


ii 


22 


Apl 12, 1864 




Gregg, Gans . . . 


Priv. 


19 


Aug. 16, . 


For dis., Feb. — , '63 


Sims, Martin . . . 


ii 


11 


16, " 


a ii ii ii 


Chambers, Morrison 


ii 


36 


16, " 


it ii 11 ii 


Baird, J. H. . . . 


1 1 


24 


L6, " 


June " " 


1 »unlap, James . . 


ii 


19 


16, " 


b. ' : " 


Williams, C. W. . . 


a 


34 


16, " 


Jan. li 


Argo, William . . 


a 




16, " 


June 13, " 


Transferred, 










Schantling, John . 


ii 


48 


16, " 


To V. !:. ( '., per order 105, war de 
partmciu. 



20 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "-i." Twelfth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Died, 

Hammond, George . 
Moslander, William 
Crismond, John A 
Leach. W. H. . 
Boyd, R. G. . . 
Jones, George L. 
Manning, Louis 
Turner, Thomas M 
Stine, Jacob . . 
Kempfhur, August 

Deserted, 
Holmes, Peter . . 
Coe, Isaac R. . . . 
James, Isaac . . . 
Brockaway, Thomas 

Aggregate,- 



„„„,. S When mustered 
< into service. 



Priv. 20 
24 
29 

:lstSer21 
Priv. 18 
22 
80 
17 
23 



ls02 



Feb. 2, 1863, at Cumberland, Md , ol 

fever. 
Feb. 7, 1SG3, at home, of consump- 

tiou. 



1862 



Killed at Piedmont, June 5, 1SG4. 



Aug. 16, 
16, 

Dor. A 1 QAQ Killed in action at New Market, V 

BO. t, lOUO M . 1V | , ,.,,, 

Aug. 16, 
16, 
L6, 
16, 
16. 
L6, 



At Staunton, Va., July 11, ISM, of 
| wounds received in action. 
■At Annapolis, Md., Aug. 10, lstil, ol 
I wounds and fever. 

Killed al Benyrille, Vs., Bept.8,'64, 



18 1 Aug. 16, 

21 16, 
39 16, 

22 16, 



1 ggO At Harrisonville, Pa., July t, 1888. 
At Martinsburg, Va., in Xov. 1863. 
From parole camp in Dec. — , 1863. 
At Harper's Ferry, Nov. 22. 'CS. 

99 men. 



Return of Capt. John C Roberts' Company "i?," Twelfth Regiment West Va- 
I'a. Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Stephenson" 1 s Depot, on the 10 th day of 
December, 1864, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
taken place since its organization. 

(Signed,) IIkxkyC. Wallace, Lieut. Commanding Company. 



N.iin.-s. 



Kiink. 



Roberts, John C. 
Wallace, Henry C. 
Anshutz, Henry T. 
Kimmins, Wm. R. 
Games, Alfred 
Bryson, Abrani . 
Blake, Thomas . 
Fletcher, David A. 
Reed, Ezra M. . 
Reed, Josephus . 
Manning, Wm. M. 
Cornel t, Wm. M. 
Marple, George . 
Allen, Leander . 
Whetzel, Martin 
Harbin son, John W 
Allman, Joshua . 
Anderson, Joseph II. 
Blake, Joseph . 
Blair, James M. . 



Capt., 
1st Lt. 
2d Lt, 
Serg't, 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



27 
19 
23 
36 
35 
31 
21 
40 
Corp'l. |25 

" f24 
is 

" 22 
18 

« 21 
25 
L9 
44 
18 
26 
21 



I Priv. 



Jan. 

Aug. 
Feb. 
Aug. 



Sept. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Aug. 



Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Aug. 



25 
20 

IT 
2(> 
20 
20 

20 

20 

8 

20 

20 

2d 

20 

20 

20 



1 863 i Pro- Jan- 2>i 1S6:! ; 1vounaed - 

1 QgO Pro. 1st I.i. from Serg't, Aug. 80, '64. 

lSfi^ ''"'• •■■"•>■ i*fii -. Feb. it. 1888. Hisa 
.LOUO [jjg [„ .,,. Winchester, June 15, '68 

L862 . 



1863 
1862 



Miss'g in no., Xow Market, May li.'Cl 



In action ni Cedar i r.-,-L 

Aug. 14, IH«4. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "//." Twelfth Regiment Infantry— Condoned. 



321 



Burris, John W. , 
Booth, John J. . 
Bonar, Wm. N. . 
Burch, James 
< 'row, Henry . 
( 'on Iter, Andrew 
I loffman, Adam . 
Cecil, George W. 
Collins, William II 
Clayton, John W. 
Oris well, Charles 
Criswell, Wm. II. 
Criswell, John C. 
Craig, Samuel 
Evans, William . 
Francis, Emanuel 
Francis, Joseph T. 
Fuller, George W. 
(Joodrich, Nelson 
Goodrich, Nathan D 
Goodrich, T. M. 
Goodrich, Franklin 
Griffith, Benjamin 
Griffith, Amos . 
Griffith, John 
( iivathouse, Amos 
Greathouse, John 
Greathouse, Hiram 
Greathouse, Thomas 
Ilollingshead, Venus 
Henry, Robert A. 
Hartsel, John . 
Johnston, John W. 
Knapp, Andrew 
Kidder, Ira . . 
Moore, John L. . 
Miner, Alexander 
Morgan, James J. 
Morgan, David L. 
Morgan, 0. H. P. 
McHenry, James N 
Manning, James B. 
Muldrew, Andrew 
Parsons, Thomas 
Pyles, Joshua 
Peters, S. W. M. 
Ritchey, Crozier 



Hunk. & 



Priv. 



\\ ben mustered 
Into » 



Aug. 



Jan. 



Jo 
20 

20 

20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
l'ii 
11 



Jan. 8 



Aug. 



Sept. 
Aug. 



Mar. 
AU£T. 



Feb. 
Aug. 



Sept. 
Aug. 



Sept. 
Aug. 
Feb. 
Aug. 



20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 

20 
20 

JO 

20 

20 
20 

20 
II 
20 

JO 

J' » 
jo 

JO 
19 

J'' 

20 

J" 
20 

20 

20 
20 

20 
L9 

JO 



1862 



L864 



L864 



1SG2 



18G4 
1SGJ 



18G4 
18G2 



18G4 
1863 






Wounded | .-. mcbMter 



.Mn.- 5, 1864. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company '•//,'* Twelfth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






When mustered 



Eternal ks. 



Reece, George W. 
Rulong, William II 
Rulong, Morris . 
Robinson, James 
Robinson, Philip 
Roberts, Jacob J. 
Riggs, Thomas G. 
Reed, Dolphus 
Rine David 
Siberts, Barney 
Sears, John . 
Snider, Wilson 
Sutter, Jacob 
Stilwell, Joseph 
St il well, Timothy C 
Truman, Elias . 
Taylor, Francis . 
Yanscyoc, Josiah 
Wilson, James . 
Wilson, Samuel . 
Wilson, Samuel H 
Wallace, AVilliam 
Wallace, Joseph . 

Discharged. 
Bonar, Martin P. 
Fish, Nathan S. . 
Dunnington, Jas. W 

Allen, William M. 
Durch, Talbott . 
Hall, Daniel C. . 
Mc] >onald, James A 
Bush, William . 

Died, 
Blinquo, Thomas 
Conley, William M 
Standiford, Wm. S. 
Allen, Samuel . 

, John . . 
Crow, James M. . 
Davis, Wilson . 
Griffith, Zachariah 

, Hamilton . 
Myres, Joseph . 
Miller, Joseph . 
Robinson, George 
Kit i hey, Andrew K. 
Taylor, John . . . 



Priv. 



Capt. 
1st Lt 



Priv. 



Corp'l, 



Priv. 



Jan. 1 1 

Feb. 1G 

Aug. 20 

20 

20 

20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 

Feb. 19 
19 

Aug. 20 
20 

Feb. S 

Aug. 20 
20 
20 
20 

Feb. 16 



Aug. 20 

July 23 

23 Feb. 11 



25 Aug. 

32 

36 Aug. 
32 _ 

24 Aug. 

20 

23 

19 

^7 Feb. 

L8 Aug. 

L9 

20 

24 
24 
18 
22 
18 
23 



20 
20 
20 
20 
22 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 

20 
20 
20 



1862 
1864 
1862 



1804 
<< 

1S62 
a 

1863 
1862 

u 
(C 

<( 

1864 
1862 

1863 

1862 
(i 

1S64 
1S62 

1862 



1864 



i action at New Market, 
186*. 



Res'd Jan. 25, 1863. 
" Feb. 3, " 

3er. Mai. tolatLt., Feb. 1 1 
<;::. Dlsm'd bj order of Gen. Hun- 
ter, May 28, l-< I. 

For dis., in 1862. 
(< it 

,6, '64, at Wash' 

For dis., in 1S62. 

Drummed out of el I . 1862, 



B tokhannon, Va., 
i fever. 

■ ;i i, t,'_>, ofpncu- 

Lion at Winohester, July 

ill Co,, Feb. M, '63, of con- 
ton. 

64, at Philadelphia, Pa., 

tiouat Winched, ■:•, June 

Deo. 7, 1862, of typhoid fiver, at 

Cumberland. 

1 , :i »tor,June 

22, 1863. 
Oot. 12, '64, at t; allipolia, O. 

. , of lung 
fever. 

24, 1864. 

68, at Grafton, oi 

1 62, at Cumberland, Md., ol 
doable pneumonia, 
Jan. 24, 1968, at Cumberland, pncu- 
monl t, 



ADJUTANT GENERAL >RT. 

' hi '•/.'," 'I'ir. i/tit Regitm ni Tirfa 









! \\ lion mu 






Truman, James M. . Priv. 



White, Alexan 
Wilson, Joseph <i 

ied, 
Enix, Rrice . 



il 
20 



! 






In! 



Aggregate, 1 L6 



Retu ' i •■<'." \-f'i Regiment W. Va- 
in i . I Depot, showing the ■ I said 
company on the 1st day of December, ■■ her with a comp 
ofth changi s that hare tah n vka vization. 

Wm. L. Robi . ld( ut. Commas lin, ■ < 'ompany. 






Bank. 



Whi n mustered 



Bartlett, Erastus G 

William L 
McCord.H.R. . 
Eadsall, John 
Hubbs, Isaac N. 
Iner, Michael 
Bane, Henry . . 
Ormsby, Thomas J 
Harris, George AV 
Marple, Thoma- AV 
Chambers, Benjamin 
Knapp, Robert . 
McBichmond, Wm. 
Chambers, Wilson 
Hicks, William H 
Crouch, James C. 
Aston, Thomo 
Abercrombie, W. II 
Briggs, James M. 
Bane, Jesse . . 
Bane, Geo; 
Bassett, J. W. . 
Clegg, Thomas . 
Clegg, John E. . 
Crow, John AV. . 
Cawlfield, J. H. . 
Conner, J. H. 
Crow, Harmon . 
1 AVilliam . 

Chambers, John . 
Cawthers, J. P. . 
Chaddock, J. J. . 



IstLt., 

2d Lt., 
1st Sgt 
Serg't, 



Corp'l, 



Tiv. 





Aug. 23, 










L8 


Aug. 


26 






23, 


J7 




22 




22 




22 




21 








24 




20 








18 




L8 




21 




30 


23, 


18 




23 






Feb. 27, 




•• 23, 




23 






L9 












21 




■]0 


23, 










23 


23, 



18G2 _ 

Pro. from 









iont and captured 

A prisoner. 



1864 
1862 



A prisoner. 
A prisoner. 



324 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Compan// '•('." Twelfth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Olegg, John . 
Clark, Thomas B 

DeGarmo, James 
Dakan, John . 
Dietz, Andrew 
Dardinger, Stephen 
Earl i wine, Reuben 
Founds, John W. 
Fish, Isaac N. . 
French, Samuel . 
'lorby, Josephus 
Gosney, James 
Grimes, James . 
Gray, F. M. . . 
Gunn, William R. 
Hagerman, Joseph 
Hicks, J. A. . 
Harris, Samuel 
Knapp, Alvah 
Koch, J. H. . 
Logsdon, J. R. 
Logsdon, J. F. 
Logsdon, Anthony 
Moore, William 
Miller, M. W. 
Miller, M. D. L. 
McKnight, G. S. 
McCon, J. W. 
Nice, Thomas 
Powell, Melvin 
Ruckman, I. D. 
Roberts, J. A. 
Roberts, J. D. 
Redd, J. S. . 
Redd, P/S. . 
Richmond, J. F. 
Standiford, Benj 
Stump, Albert 
Sphar, John . 
Shipley, Robert 
Stewart, L. I !. 
Sisson, A. M. 
Shepherd, J. W. 
Standiford, Jacob 
Sockman, F. M. . 
Williams, Wesley 
Williams, Marion 



!Priv. 



\\ hen mustered 
iuto service. 



Remarks . 



1.", Feb. 
18 Mar. 
24 Aug. 
35 

19 

44 
19 

19 

18 

37 • 

18 

I.. 

23 j 

21 ! 

IS 

17 

18 

18 

23 

18 Feb. 

18 Aug. 

271 

28 ; 



15, 1864j 
15. " 
1862 



o7j 

20 

21 

18 

18 

38 

18 

29 

o 
O 

1 

25 
30 
18 
18 
29 
26 
17 
32 
:',() 
L8 
L9 
19 
27 
I'.) 



Mar. 
Aug. 



23 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 

QQ 
-jO, 

23, 
15, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
26, 
23, 

93 



Wounded at 1'icilmont ami uapl'jn>4. 



<< 

. . , Wounded aud a prisoner. 



1864 
1862 



A prisoner, 



1864 
1862 



Aug. 23, 1862 
9.2 



Feb. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Aug. 



23, 
20, 
12, 
27, 
23, 
23, 



1864 



1862 



Wounded tit New Market nnd pri< 
oner. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company •■<'." Twelfth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 






-. 


Bank. 


S 

< 




Remarks. 


Whetzal, James . . 


Priv. 


is 


. 23, 






William-. S. 11. . . 


ii 


. i — 
• » i 


23, 


ii 




William-, W. II. . 


u 


25 


a 




Wright, W.S. . . 


ii 


18 23, 


ii 




Dischargt d, 










Lydick, John B. 


2d Lt. 




ii 


Resigned I >ec. 25, '62 


Whittingham, Jas. . 


" 


_ 


_ 


1804. 


Kirkendall, John A. 


Priv. 


36 Au 


1862 For « 


Pritchett, Wesley W. 


(( 


1 - 23, 


" 


" 7, " 


Died, 












White, Milton B. . 


1st Ser 


19 


23, 


a 


r, ty| Id 


Nixon, James . . 


Corp'l, 


21 




a 


Jan. 11, 1 ■ < 


Wait, Allen N. . . 


Priv. 


L9 




ii 


S62, at Cnmbei 
<>f chronic diarrhoea. 


Low, Alexander 


a 


Is 


23, 


ii 


1 


Knapp, Stewart 


i. 


20 




a 


June .1. 188S, at Grafton, \ 
phoid ■ 


Hummel, Jonas . . 


ii 


38 


23, 


ii 


Killed in action at Winchi 


Deserted. 












Lowery, Benj. C. . 


ii 


23 


23, 


ii 


At Harper's Furry, Nov. 1 


Workman, Benj. M. 


ii 


22 


23, 


a 


II 11 II II 


Billeter, Aunger 


ii 


30 


23, 


" 


At Cumberland, Ml., Jan. 


Aggregate, 






95 men. 





Return of Copt William A. Smiley 1 s Company ••/>." 12th Regiment West 
Yi mill in Volunteer, Infantry stationed at Stevenson's Depot, on the ZOth 
day of November, 18G4, together with a complete record oftht changes that 
have takenplace since its organization. 

(Signed,) J. C. Piersox, Lieut. Commanding Company. 



Names. 



Bank. 



When mustered 

into Bi i 



Remarks. 



Smiley, Wm. A. 
Blayney, D. M. 
Pierson, J. C. 
Blaney, H. G. 
Curtis, J. M. . 
Spear, Henry 
Whitham, J. D. 
Hervey, H. C. 
McCoy, J. R. . 
Rose, J. B. 
Kennedy, J. B. 
Maxwell, D. . 
Dunlap, E. N. 
Coe, J. N. . 
Adams, E. M. 
Rodgers, E. H. 

41 





Capt. 






1st Lt., 


28 




2d Lt. 


24 




1st Sgt 






Serg't, 
ii 


17 
27 




ii 


27 




a 


21 




Corp'l, 


28 




a 


26 




u 


19 




a 


19 




ii 


18 
20 




ii 
1 " 


23 
18 



Pro. from Sergeant. 



Aug. 25, 1862 Pro. Oct. 15, 1S63. 
Oct. 15, 1863 
Aug. 11, 1864 
Jan. 25, 1S62 

25, 

25, 

25, 
25, 



326 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ••/>," Twdfth Regiment Infantry— Continue.!. 

Bemai !,-. 



Names 



Bank. 



When mustered 
into Ben ice. 



Armstrong, T. K. 

Barns, .1. M. . . 

Buckhanon, R. E. 

Burk, Thomas . 

Buckhanon, J. A. 

Clendenen, W. W. 

Cramp, \V. N. . 

Carroll, Orvill . 

Cunningham, John 

Carson, William 

Caldwell, J. N. . 

Clark, J. W. . . 

Dunlap, Wm. M. 

Demston, R. M. . 

Foreman, W. M. 

Frays, Jacob . . 
:ier, D. G. . 

Griffin, D. A. . 

Grear, H. C. , . 

Gilmore, John . 

Hannah, W. R. . 

Hemphill, J. Q. . 

Jackson, D. M. . 

Kiger, William . 

Kiger, J. B. . . 

King, Geo. N. . 

Long, James . . 

Munnell, C. W. . 

Mack, John . . 

Montgomery, Joseph 

Murray, J. W. . 
Murray, Wm. M. 
McKeller, James 
Morrison, Griffin 
McCauslin, Geo. E 
Mc( 'auslin, Joseph 
McQuown, R. S. 
Mel 'amnion, Robert 
McNear, Jesse . 
Maxwell, W. D. . 
Nickerson, D. 
Orr, T. J. . . . 
Parry, H. II. . . 
Padgett, James . 
Pinkerton, T. B. . 
Pemberton, W. D. 
Patterson, John R. 



jPriv. 24 
21 
29 
36 
20 
2] 
35 
22 
37 
21 

22 

■_>■_> 

18 
19 

19 
22 
20 

25 
22 
•II 
26 
19 
26 
23 
28 
12 
20 
36 
18 
18 
17 
L9 
22 
34 

1!) 



Aug. 25, 1862 
25, " 
25, << 
25 " 
25! - 



18 

21 

21 

22 

20 

22 

I '.) 

:::; 

21 

L9 

19 



25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, » 

Feb. 18, 1864 

22 " 

19,' " 

Mar. 15, " 

Aug. 25, 1862 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

35, " 

25, " 

25, « 

25 " 

Sept. lo' " 

Aug. 25, '■ 

25, " 

25 " 

Jan. 8,' 1864 

Feb. 19, " 

Aug. 25, 1862 

25, « 

OK 11 

25, " 
18, 1863 
25, L862 

25, " 

OK a 

25, « 
25, " 
25, " 
25 " 
Mar. 1, 1864 
Sept. 10, 1862 

10, " 
Feb. 8, 1863 
Aug. 25, " 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company lt D," Twelfth Regiment Infantry Continued. 



321 





Rank. 


«i 


\\ hi a up: 

int.. - 




Pierson, J. W. . . 


1 
I'riv. 


30 


Feb. 18, 






i -. William . 


ii 


■s. 


Aug. 25, 


L862 




Reynolds, Joshua . 


ii 


is 








Kay, James . 


ii 






ii 




Ross, William . . 


a 


22 


Feb. 22, 


1864 




Stamm, John L. . . 


ii 


I'M 


Aug. 25, 






Tanner, 0. W. . . 


ii 


23 




ii 




Teagarden, G. II. . 


ii 




25, 


ii 




r, J. M. . . 


it 


17 




ii 




Thornburg, William 


it 


1.- 


2.\ 


1 1 




Van am on, Nathan . 


a 


1'.' 


25, 


a 




lillion, R. J. . 


ii 


2(> 




ii 




Wiles, Barnabas. . 


« 


29 


2.-., 


a 




Wiles, (i oo. W. . . 


ii 


20 




a 




Waddle, John N. . 


ii 


21 


25, 


a 




Wallace, D. C. . . 


ii 


21 


25, 


I! 




Whitham. W. F. . 


ii 


is 


25, 


II 




Wallace, T. A. . . 


ii 




25, 


II 




Yates, A. F. . . . 


ii 


27 


25, 


II 




Yarnall, Peter . . 


ii 


21 


25, 


II 




Jds, Samuel . 


1 1 


17 


Sept. Ii), 




_ _ _ 


Transferred, 












Curtis, William I', . 


Capt., 




Aug. 25, 




M:ijor, July — . 1 


Fleming, D. B. . . 


Priv. 


22 


25, 


II 


Pro. to Q.M., & 


Discharged, 












Bier, P. G. . . . 


1st Sgt 


20 




11 


to 3d I.'. "T 


Smith, W. C. . . . 


Priv. 


:M 




II 


For dis., Mar. — , "63 


Fleming, Samuel . 


a 


is 


.10, 


18G2 


A pi 30, "64 


Galbreath, W. L. . 


ii 


:;:; 


Aug. 2-'., 


i. 


M ir. 


Hutchison, Thomas 


a 


2" 


25, 


" 


ii ii i. ii 


Morrison, James 


a 


17 


25, 


" 


May " " 


Died, 












Gil more, A. K. . . 


Serg't, 


20 




it 


■i.<n al Piedmont, June 5, 
1864. 


llalstead, Joseph . 


Corp'l, 


21 


25, 


ii 


- - . 


Anderson, R. J. . . 


Priv. 


2 s 


25, 


it 


Killed ill :i 


Terrill, Thomas M. . 


a 


-i, 




a 


I 


Giffin.Wm. . . . 


ii 


22 




ii 


u Cumberland, U : 


Milligan, Hugh W. 


ii 


1" 


25, 


a 


At home, Nov. 15/62 


Hosac, Morrison L. 


a 


22 


2."., 


ii 


Oct. 25, " 


Bushfield, John M. 


ii 


Is 


25, 


ii 


Mayl5,'63 


Degarmo, Wm. G. . 


ii 


is 




ii 


At Winehener, Fib. — , ! 


Craig, D. M 


a 


22 




ii 


ai Itwtuubnrg, ! 


Kiger, George . 


ii 




25, 


i. 


It TrUdelphU, W. V., ip 1 18, 1864. 


Stewart, David . . 


ii 


2(1 


25, 


it 


At home, Jan. 1 


Hamilton, C. W. . 


ii 


17 




a 


Killed in action at Piedmont, June 


Missing in Action 












(iilmore, Joseph . . 


(i 




25, 


1! 


' 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "/>,"' Twelfth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Narai -. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
Into Bervice. 



Remarks. 



Nickerson, N. 
I llendenen, S. E. 
Aggregate,. 



Priv., 21 

•< 117 



Aug. 25, 18G3 
25, " 



Missing since June 18, 1864. 



.108 men. 



Return ofOapt Cornelius Mercer -1 s Company li E," of the Twelfth Regiment 
West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Stephenson' s\Dipi>l, I'c, 
showing the condition of said Company on the 3d day of December, 1804, 
together with a complete record of the changes that have taken place since its 
organization. 

{Signed,) Asa S. Hugill, Lieut, commanding Company. 



Names. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Mercer, Cornelius . 
Durham, James R. . 

Hugill, AsaS. . . 
Ilaymond, Rufus . 
Walker, Samuel C. . 
Anderson, James R. 
Carder, John W. . 
Ebert, Charles W. . 
Peck, John C. . 
Hartzell, Benson R. 
Prison, James E. . 
Fettro, A. W. . . 
Cottrill, Robert H. . 
Merriman, George S, 
Young, Francis R. . 
Johnson, F. F. . . 
Criss, David J. . . 
Flowers, Seldon E. . 
Bowser, Jacob . . 
Brown, Henry W. . 
Bennett, John H. . 
Baccus, James . . 
Baccus, Jesse . . 
Black well, Enoch F. 
Carson, Robert . . 
Coffman, John M. . 
Cottrill, Thomas J. 
Cork, Harrison . . 
I >il Ion, James . . 
Dillon, Daniel . . 
1 Main, Isaac . . 
Drummonds, Jasper 
Farance, Granville . 



Capt 


11 


1st Lt. 


31 


2d Lt, 


33 


1st Ser 


24 


iSerg't 


22 


it 


23 


it 


20 


it 


21 


Corp'l, 


21 


" 


2 J 


" 


2(i 


U 


25 


it 


20 


W 


39 


" 


19 


" 


23 


Mus'n, 


29 


" 


21 


Priv. 


58 


ti 


22 


(< 


31 


(( 


23 


II 


46 


" 


19 


!( 


38 


u 


21 


u 


27 


" 


28 


( c 


17 


" 


21 


if 


37 


u 


20 


It 


23 



lSli" ^""" u ' 1 '''' '" hand : 't Winchester, 
1 June 14, '«:!, on detuched duly in 



Mar. 
Aug. 



1861 
1862 



ambulance corps. 



Missing in actiun at Winchester, Julv 
24, 1864. 



Jan. 
Aug. 



Mar. 
Aug. 



90 1 ''■if)*' fi ' ' i ;,t "artinsburg since Oct. 15,'6l 

29', 

6, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
20, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
25, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 



1864 
1862 



1, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
20, 



1804 
1802 



Missing in action at n< « M 

1864. 
Wounded at \. n Market, Maj 15, 'fH 

si''k at Wheeling, 
Missing in action at Winchester, 

Julj 24, '64. 



Missing in action at Piedmont, June 
. I 64. 

action at Piedmont, June 
5, 1864. 
Missing in action at Winchestei 

., 1863. 
u ounded In action al New Market, 
Mm i.i, 1864. Sick at \\ aee in 



Sick al Sand; Hook, Md. 
Sick at Whei Hi 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
./■■/:." Twelfth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 









Flanagin, Philbert 
Flan agin, Eli . 
Fox, George F. . 
Fittro, James J. 
Flanagin, Martin V 
Gains, John J. . 
1 [arrison, Benj. J. 
Hardman, Nicholas 
Hi rdman, Abner 
Hall, Fabius E. . 
Howard, John H. 
Hughes, Peter . 
Israel, Isaac . . 
Jones, Montello . 
Klasier, Joseph . 
Lymer, Daniel . 
Leeper, William 
Loughery, Wm. E. 
M< ' v >uain, Joseph W 
Moran, Alphens 
Miller, Jesse . . 
Martin, Jesse J. . 
Maxwell, James T. 
Maxwell, Isaac N. 
Matthey, F. G. . 
Munday, John J. 
Metz, Henry . . 
Primm, Charles E. 
Prine, Isaac W. M 
Root, Stephen M. 
Reed, James D. . 
Rider, John G. . 
Riley, John W. . 
Shackelford, John H 
Shuttle, Gotleib 
Stiers, Cleatius D. 
Swiger, William H 
Shinn, Leonidas . 
Simms, Peyton H. 
Sutton, John . . 
Towles, Jason D. 
Williams, Jeremiah 
Washburn, Lloyd 
Welsh, John . . 
White James J. . 
Young, John E. 
DiscTiarged. 
Tate, Oscar H. . 



l'riv 



,. , \\ hen ma 

Ilk. ^ 






24 
25 

27 
20 

21 
29 

:;n 

23 
19 

-!! 
29 

20 

20 
L8 

22 
20 
26 

!1 
30 

20 

2] 

20 
28 

20 

81 
|20 
1" 
18 
20 
2o 
_- 
2i :■ 

2:. 
31 
23 
39 

20 
15 



1st Lt. 



Aug. 



Jan. 
Sept 



Mar. 



Aug. 



Jan. 
Aug 



29, 

3, 

26, 

26, 
26, 
26, 

26, 
26, 

26, 

26, 

— j i 

o 
O, 

3, 

', 

26, 
26, 

26, 
14, 

26, 
26, 

26, 



1S62 



1864 
u 

1862 



1863 
L862 



1864 



1862 



Hu duty at . 






July 21, [86*. 



Sick :it 



Sick at Wn 

a Wilmington, Dul. 



Sick at H 

•■ Grafton, W. Va. 









;, MI. 
1 Qf» 4 " Chauibcrsbur. 

■il.Ml. 
Hissing in 



1863 

1S62 



Sick at A 

" York, Pa. 



(( Dismissed the set -. 






ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



my ■•/.'." Twelfth Regiment Z»/antfry— Continued. 









. William O. Priv. 
: 'eter ..." 
I [ardman, Josiah D. 

I aery, John . 

, Jacob . . . 
Smith, -Martin B. . 

Transferred. 

J [ursey, Thomas T. . 

Died, 

uder . 

Wildman, John II. . CorpT, 

Davis, James U. . . Priv, 

; er, Andrew T. . 

irge W. 

Robinson, Edward S. 

er, Francis M. . 

William-, Waldo . 

Da < tied) 
Martin, Luther J. . 
i, John D. . . 

Aggregate,—. 



When d 
int. . - 



Remarks. 



23 Aug. 26, 1862 For disability. 



26, 

26, 

26, 
26, 
26, 



aberUnd. 

For disability. 



r..r disability, Aug. 18,'BS, at Clarks- 

1 burg. 

' M.. i rv in penitential 

-. at Albany, N. v. 



Jan. 18, 1863, atWinotai 

Killed i 
1864. 

inrg. 

! i, 'l.l. 

is Mar. 31, 180 1 Kl ., 

2( i \ng ^6 18 Cumberland. 

](', ng (i | Killed in action at Winchester, June 

26 26,' 



ii/i'.i. 

Dec. 5, 1862, ut Cumberland. 



25 20, " Feb. 18, 186 

27 Feb 1 180-1 ''' unberland. 

97 men. 



Return of Capt. Amos X. FritcharWs Company "F" of the 12th Regiment W 
in. Infantry Volunteers, stationed near Richmond, Via., showing the con- 
dition of said Company on the 31st day of December, L864, together with u 
complete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 
{Signed,) T. A. Fleming, Lieut, commanding Company. 






Bank. 



When mustered 

iiiln bi 



U< marks. 



Pritchard, Amos N. 
Fleming, Thomas A. 
Peirpoint, F. II. Jr. 
I . . 
Cunningham, D. 
Birmingham, Wm, B. 
M. . 
< rood win, John L. . 
el . . 
Jones, Hiram E. 
.Shaw, Joshua 

a, ( lalvin J. . 
I'it zer, John F. . . 

on, John I 
Wells, Richard D. . 
William M. . 



Capt., 


111 


IstLt., 




2d Lt., 


22 


1st Ser 


28 


Serg't, 


25 


ii 


38 


it 


41 


u 




Corp'l, 


23 


<f 


.",(i 


(1 


35 


(( 


28 


" 


25 


u 


.,., 


* II 


20 


(I 


22 



Aug. 

Jan. 
Aug. 



20, 
20, 
11, 

26, 

20, 
20, 
20, 
26, 
26, 

26, 
26, 

26, 
26, 



L862 

it 

1804 
1802 



Pro. 1'rom Sergeant. 



i burg, .1""'' 18/64 



Wounded at Winch 

u II July 24, 'l.l 

.1 
nohburg,Juno i -. 64, 



A.DJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "F" Twelfth Regiment Infantry -Continued. 












. 






bard . 

M. . 

Arnel t, Jonathan 
A.nd( wton 

Brumage, Daniel I» 
h D. 
Billingaly, John E. 
Brown, Fram is M. 
Barnes, Silas . . 
Burgoyne, L. E. 
Berry, 1 3aac I 

man, Wm, II. 
Con away, Henry 
Cook. Thomas . 
Davis, Henry S. 

3, Jonathan B. 
Davis, Daniel H. 
Dudley, Willi: 
Evans, Alfred C. 
Evans, William L. 
Floyd, James P. 
. ick 

Fleming, Wm. A. 
Fleming, Thorn 
Fleming, Calvin L. 

Fisher, Adam 
Grubb, Benjamin 
Hawkins, Samuel 
Hawkins, William 
Hawkins, Alex. . 
Hawkins, John . 
i . 
Hibbs, Thomas W. 
Hibbs, Wm. W. . 
J [arr, Rufus E. . 
Hall, John C. . 
Hill, Winchel . 
Heiskill, Kob 
Houston, John < i. 

at, Lobius C. 
Johnson, William 
King, James Wm. 
Keller, Jarne 
Lough, Hezekiak T. 
Lough, Xewton . 
McDonald, John J. 



Priv. 



36 Aug. 
22 

10 
20 

21 
24 
23 

2] Jan. 
21 Feb. 

20 Aug. 
1 1 Jan. 

25 Ah-. 
15 Jan. 
21 

20 Aug. 
31 
45 
21 

26 
21 

26 

26 Aug, 

26 
19 
30 

1»; Feb. 



. 



Aug, 



26, 

26, 
26, 

26, 

20, 

26, 
26, 
26, 

8, 

26, 

26, 

5, 

26, 

26, 

26, 

26, 

8, 






1864 






- 



1 ' ' I 1864. 



1SG2 
18G2 



1864, 



u Woun led at Wlni I 



1864 



1862 



1864 



1864 

1862 






J ilj u, u 






■ lie II, 0.1 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
,,,/••/•/' Twelfth Regiment Infambry— Continued. 






Rank. 



Martin* Thomas . . Priv. 
Mercer, John W. 
Musgrave, John C 
Musgrave, Job . 
Morris, Josephus 
Morrow, B. F. L. 
Morgan, Eber D. 
Archie . 
Monroe, Josiah . 
Monroe, Riley . 
Mc< Iray, Raymond R 
Nuzuin, Zadoc K. . 
Ritchie, John S. 
Rice, Isaac H. . . 
Robinson, Edwin T. 
Francis M. . 
Snodgrass, Eugenius 
Shafer, James T. 
Stephens, Samuel S. 
Sturm, Enos E. . . 
h, Craven . . 
Satterfield, Eli . . 
Shroyer, A. Milton . 
Shore, Simon F. 
Shore, Martin L. . 
Toothman, Urias W. 
Legrifl , Marshal 
Williams, Eli . . 
Wallace, Ezra . . 
Walker, John T. . 
West, Jonathan J. . 
Wamsley, Abia . . 
Zinn, James T. . . 
Discharged. 
mond, Thos. H. 
Anderson, Henry . 
cher, David F. . 
Hobbs, Enoch N. . 
Layman, Jacob . . 
Poling, Richard . 
Sheets, John . . . 

Tnni-[h rred, 
Parker, Eli L. . . 
Dunnington, Jas. W 
Mason, Chas. E. W. 
Wilson, .fames L. . 

Vied, 
Ben Gough, John T. 



■\\ I. .11 mustered 
Into Ben Ice. 



Remarks. 



2d Lt., 
Priv. 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



■11 

20 

28 

26 

25 

22 

20 

2d 

23 

21 

38 

22 

28 

21 

20 

27 

30 

20 

34 

21 

20 

39 

2'. i 

23 

19 

27 

20 

2d 

31 

40 

21 

29 

29 

20 
.Mi 
27 
26 
39 

;;i 

30 

21 
23 
L9 
26 



Aug. 20, 1S62 

, " 

10, " 

20, " 

20, " 

20, " 

20, " 

5, 
20, 
20, 
22, 
20,' 
20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 
26, 
26, 



Sept. 
Aug. 



Jan. 
Aug. 

Feb. 
Aug. 



Wounded at Oedar Creek, Aug. 12, 
1864. 



1804 

1802 
(i 

1804 
1802 



2d Lt, 



Feb. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Jan. 
Aug. 



Jan. 

Feb. 
Aug. 

Feb. 

Aug. 



28 



Feb. 
Jan. 



10, 
26, 

26, 

7, 

20, 

20, 

20, 

26, 

5, 

5, 

8, 

20, 

20, 
25, 
20, 
26, 
20, 
26, 
20, 

26, 

26, 
25, 
20, 



1803 
1802 



1804 
1802 



1804 



1802 



Wounded and led in enemj s hands 
at Lynchburg, V:i., June 18, 1864. 



Wounded at Piedmont, Juui' I, 1864 



Capt'd at Winchester, Julj 

u New Market, Haj 16, I8W 

Wounded at Piedruout, Jim.' 5, 1864. 



Wounded at Piedmont, Jun.- 5, 1864. 



Res'd Fob. 7, 1803. 

lSG4For dis.,Dec. 17, '04. 

1802 " Nov. 5, '63. 

Ap'l - " 
(i (i (i ii 

(i K u << 

Mar. -, " 

,in6thW. v. c . 
1864. 
Pro. Scrgt Maj., Auk- » 

ToCo.K, ap'i SO, 1864. 

A.,Maroh22, 1864, 



1864 



Aug. 26, 1802 



Pro. from lit St., Max. I,'6S. Killed 

in ;ic, Winchester, June 14, 1868. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
pany '•/■'," Twelfth /. Infantry — Continued. 



333 









When i 






Hite, Rezin D. . . Oorp'l, 
;goo, William B. Priv. 

Fortncv, Benry . . 

Hall, William S. . " 

Hall, ... 

Layman, John J. . 

Little, Thomas A. . 

Stewart, Jain 

Upton, Abraham 8. 
Aggregate, 



Aug. 
Feb. 



26, 

26, 
26, 
26, 



it 
1862 






i at home 

■ v ,. 

" r <m. 

iurg. Juuc 

I, at Buck- 



.118 men. 



lulu .MoffatPs Company "(?," 12th Reg Va. 

Infantry VoJ/un Honed at & Depot, on th< [4th day of De- 

, together with a ecord of the changes that havi taken 

plac 'on. 

James W. Mofpatt, Capt. Commanding Company. 






Bank. 



When mastered 
n ice. 



Remarks. 



Moffatt, James \Y 
Hall, V. B. . 
Pigott, E. F. . 
McCord, H. R. 
Vincent, J. L. 
Fortney, Geo. \V 
Ebert, David S. 
Spencer, 0. H. 
Willis, IF. II. 

Davis, S. B. . 
Maden, J. H. 
Barnes, Josephus 
Bennett, T. D. 
Ogden, Wm. R 
Koon, R. W. . 
Harden, James C 
Burns, F. J. . 
Belch, Louis . 
Barton, James 
Coffman, Lemuel D 
Cunningham, R. AV 
Coffman, Isaac M. 
Carder, George F 
Crim, James E. . 
Drain, Presley . 
Drain, Azariah . 
42 



Capt., 
■1st Lt. 
2d Lt., 
list Ser 
Serg't, 



39 Aug. 
27 



00 



Corp'l. 



28 
22 



Mus'n, 
Priv. 



27, 1S62 

■'7 

07 u 

07 .. 

•'7 

27, " 

27, ' 





27, 


32 


27, 


25 


27, 


21 


27, 


27 




20 


27, 


19 


27, 


2" 




22 


27, 


33 




19 


• >- 




27, 


18 


27, 


L8 


27. 


18 




2') 


27, 


30 


27, 



. Major, Jan. 27, 
Reduced to ran!; 



napolls, Md., (i 

date unknown. 

rtlon, and 

rin of his 

onereiii' 
Pro. Serg't, Dcclt. 

Pro. Serg't, 

Reduced to ranks, Nov. — 



Pro. Serg't, Sep'. 



334 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company ■',." TSodftl Regiment Tnfantn/—Coni\n\iP.d. 






When mustered 
" K - ^ Into service. 



ECemarks. 



Denhi m And. J. . Priv. 
Exline, Joseph . 
:■, Nathaniel 
Fnrno, John H. . 
John 0. 
Fortney, Joshua W 
Find 

GKfford; Waldo W. 
Green, Isaac N. . 
Gabert, John M. 
hi, Luther C. 
]I eldreth, Joseph G 
Earbert, Wm. I'.. L 

ler, Jesse F. 
Earbert, Eli . . 
Barrison, Joseph B 
Harvey, Bazil T. 
Heldreth, Benjamin 
Harbert, Luther C. 
Jarvis, Noah W. 
Jackson, Ervin . 
Jackson, Rolley . 
Jones, Joshua 
Kelley, Levi . . 
Lynch, Simon P. 
Lindsey, Asville W 
Lucas, George . 
McOlung, Wm. H. 
McClung, James A. 
McClung, Geo. W. 
Manear, Saml. \V. 
in, Elihu . 
in, David . 
ley . 
, Fielding. . 
Mclntire, Elias . 
Potts, Thomas C. 
Pitcher, Martin V. 
Reeder, Charles A. 
Robinson, I >ennis M 
Nay, Marsena J. D 

/ut, Jesse 
Sliinii, I fexter L. 
Shrader, ' "■". W. 
Stark, Silas . . 
Shaw, David M. . 
Smith, Edmond J. 
Slnnn, Quillen II. 



2f, 
32 
L8 
18 
25 
32 
22 
2] 
:;s 
19 
18 
20 
L9 
22 
28 

30 

22 

1'.) 

28 

30 

32 

is 

22 

35 

39 

19 

20 

23 

21 

21 

l'.i 

20 

31 

2(i 

26 

21 

26 

L8 

38 

18 

21 

24 

22 

L8 

20 

21 

18 



Aug. 27, 1862 
27, " 

27, " 
27, " 
27, " 
27 " 
27, " 
27, " 
27, " 
27, " 
27, " 
27, " 
27, " 
27, " 
27, " 
27, " 
27, " 
27, " 
27 " 
27, " 
27, " 
27, " 
27, " 
27, " 
27 " 
27' " 
27, " 
27, " 
27, » 

27, " 
07 11 

27, " 

27, « 

27, " 

27, " 

27, " 

27, " 

27 " 

27 " 

27! " 

27, " 

27, " 

27, " 

27, » 

27, " 

27, " 

27, '• 

27, " 



Prisoner of war since June 17, 18GI. 



Ill Ing in nction at Cedar Creek, 
\iu:. 1, 1864, 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ■■<•'." Twelfth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 












When n 






Shaw, Lemuel R. 
Smith, William D 
Slaughter, F. M. 
Tichenal, Daniel 
Tucker, Jeremiah M 
Wright, Willi 

man, Job 
Winemiller, Adam 

man, Lemuel H. 
Crow ell, Griffin . 
Ashcraft, Armsted 
Brown, Stephen F. 
Coffman, Theodore 
Crim, Fielding . 
Drain, Geo. W. . 
Martin, John 0. 
Metz, Francis B. 
Roby, Andrew J. 
Roby, James A. . 
Sprout, David . 
Wright, Zebedee 
Fortney, Seth F. 
Dawson, John M. 

Discharged, 
Fortney, Joshua D. 
Shrader, Wm. L. 
Wright, Benjamin 
Fortney, John M. 

Died, 
Elder, Lloyd H. 
Ashcraft, Ezekiel 
Boggess, Alonzo H 
Garritson, Wm. H. 
Ileflin, James A. 
Harbert, Wm. E. 
McCarty, Greenberry 
Shrader, Bazil T. 
Sevier, David 
Wyer, Alpheus . 
Shinn, George . 
Drain, Richard . 

Deserted. 
Cunningham, W. D 
Pierce, Isaac N. . 

Aggregate-. 



Priv. 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



26 
26 

27 
L9 
24 

- 

L8 Dec. 

42 Mar. 
18 Dec. 
29 Mar. 

18 Mar. 

21 Jan, 
21 

22 Mar 

18 

L9 Aug. 

32 
30 
55 

20 
23 
2 J 
30 
18 
18 
2] 
35 
28 

UJ 

20 
30 

27 



27, 


18G2 


27, 


. . 


27, 


ii 


27, 


ii 




i. 




ii 


27, 


ii 




ii 




ii 


27, 


a 


31, 


1863 


O 

o, 




31, 


1863 


3, 


1864 


31, 


it 


3, 


ii 


10, 


t! 




11 


11, 


II 


26, 


11 


2G, 


II 






o, 




7, 


II 


27, 


1862 


27, 


u 


27, 


ii 


27, 


ii 


27, 


ii 


27, 


ii 


27, 


ii 


27, 


" 


2 


ii 




u 




ii 


27, 


ii 


27, 


ii 




ii 




ii 


27, 


ii 


27, 


ii 


27, 


ii 



Wounded at Cedar Greet 
ISM. 

ket at Staunton, 
Va.,Juu 



.Ian. 1, 1868. at Cumberland, Ml. 
for disability. 

Jan. 1, 1863. 

April I, 1883, for disability. 
At Claryville, Md., Feb. I 



At Cumberland, Md., Jau. — , 1663. 
At Winchester, May—, 1863. 
At Cumberland, Nov. — , 1862. 
Killed at Piedmont, Va., June 5, 
At Cumberland, Jan. — , 1863. 

At home, Ap'l 

Killed at Winchester, Jui. 

Dec. 30, at MooreHcld. 

Killed at Staunton, Va., June 10, '64. 

Killed at Piedmont, June 

i'lcnt at Buckhannon, 
W. v., Oct. - I 

Dec. 3, 1864. 
Oct. -, 1862. 

Prom Graftou Hospital, 1863. 



.116 men. 






ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Copt. Jacob If. Bristor'e Company "H," ofthe Yiih Regiment West 

rinia Infantry Volw toned at Stephenson's Depot, Virginia, 

condition of said company ontheQth day of December, 1864, 

togi th r with a complete record ofthe changes that have taken place since its 

lion. 

Thos. H. Mej . Commanding Company. 






[Kank. 



When 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 ■ i. d 
into sevice. 



or, Jacob II. . 
Powell. David . . 
Means Thomas H. . 
Jones, John M. . 
Hull, Albert (i. . . 
Martin, William D. 
Murphy, David I r. . 
Leach, Albert Gr. . 
Wollard, John I:. . 
Means, James K. . 
Ludwick, Jacob M. 
Watkins, William . 
Waller, Benjamin F. 
Woody ard, John M. 
Wotring, William I. I 
Rosier, Lemuel L. . \ 
Arnold, Richard H. 
Bailey, Cornelius H.i 
Bailey, Thornsberry 
Bircher, Henry . . 
Bircher, Thomas C. 
Blake, George B. . 
Bolyard, Henry . . 
Brake, David C. . jr. . 
Carpenter, Lev. 
Conley, Patrick . . 
Cassell John . . . 

11, Peter . . 
Day, Benjamin F. . 
Demoss, Eugenius W. 
Demoss, Francis M. 
Demoss, William M. 
Demoss, James 1 1 . . 

John. . . . 
rger, Jas. D 
B. . . 
Funk, William M. . 
Grimes, John 11. 

berry, Townsel 
( hrimes, William M. 
Hull, Octaviua II. . 
Henderson, Hi 
Hull, Abraham S. . 

tin, John II . . 



Capt. 

IstLt., 
2d Lt., 
1st Sgt 
Serg't, 



CorpT, 



Priv. 



31 1 
33 

27 
2! 
27 
26 
26 
20 
27 
is 

18 
L9 

18 

2:1 
18 
L9 

IT 

_V, 

L8 

2U 
27 
35 
:;:; 
2:, 
IS 
31 > 
24 
2'.) 
:;:, 
20 
17 
27 
L6 
2:. 

22 
21 
25 
17 
28 

.'If, 
IS 
IS 

38 

Is 



Aug. 



Mar. 



Aug, 



Mar. 

Feb. 

Aug. 



Mar. 

Feb. 

Nov. 
Aug 



27, 

27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 

27, 
27, 

27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27i 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
3, 
3, 
3, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
7, 
3, 
26, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 

1, 
2 

9] 

27, 

27, 



1862 



Remarks. 



uid a prisoner since June 



Prisoner since July 24,1804. 



1S61 
1862 



1864 
it 

1862 

it 

<c 
■I 

1864 

1863 
1862 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REP< 



Company "H" Twelfth I fry— Continued. 









When i 






Hunt, Philip . . . 
Baddix, Harvey 
Hanline, John W. . 
Harritt, Joseph H. . 
Howard, William . 
, Martin . . 
Kerns, Thomas J. . 
Luzadder, Abraham 
Luzadder, Jain 
Luzadder, James jr. 
Ludwick, Nathan . 
Leonard, Bowen E. 
Marquess, Luquilla 
Marquess, James . 
Mays, Lewis S. . . 
McVickar, Franklin 
McWilliams, R. W. 
McDaniel, Alpheus 
Menear, James P. . 
Mcintosh, Win. F. . 
Murphy, James P. . 
McDaniel, Samuel . 
Michael Isaac . . 
Malon, James H. . 
Murphy, Joshua M. 
Marsteller, Squire B 
Mentzen, William G 
Nose, Eli . . . 

', Samuel 
Nichol, James H. 
Newlin, John. . 
Nose, Jacob . 
Pool, James W. . 
Pierce, Adam W. 
Reese, William J. 
Robinson, James M 
Rosier, Edgar 
Randall Malsias 
Rogers, James . 
Smell, George W. 
Smallwood, Charles 
Spring, James W. 
Spring, Joseph J. 
Stewart, Oscar T. 
Shingleton, John 
Thomas, William A 
Thomas, James W 



Priv. 



is 

22 
38 
21 
36 
49 
l:; 

:;i 

23 
28 
22 
L8 
L9 

30 

■ ■•> 
— 

L8 

25 

25 

48 
L8 
29 
28 

17 
IT 

■s< 

21 
29 

1 

L9 

2A 

in 
36 
28 
12 

17 
11 
21 
1" 
18 
L8 






Sept. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Aug. 
Feb. 



Mar. 
Aug. 



Jan. 



1SG2 

27 " 

! 

■ 

K 1864 

1362 

27, 

27, 

27, 

27, 
27, 

27, 

27, 
27, 

27. 

12, 

17, 1864 

1, 
18, 

26, " 

27, 1862 

l!7 

1, ISO! 

3, " 
27, 1862 

27, " 

27, ■ 
27, " 

•'7 • 

27, - 

. .- 

- 1 ■ > 

■'7 

27, " 
14, 1864 



i" . 









''ft arm amputated. 



338 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

any ■■II." Twelfth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 






Bank. 



When mastered 

in t< i - 



Remarks. 



Thomas, Doctor A. Priv 
If, John \Y. . . 

I, Archer . . 

in, Robert . . 
Williams, Isaac M. . 
Whitehall", Henry J. 

Discharged. 
Park, Levi . . . 1st Sgt 
Wallace, Richard M. Serg't, 

y, John F. . . Priv. 
Thinner, Hiram . , 
Fawley, Jacob . 
tnond, Daniel S 
laniel John . 
McDaniel, Anson 
Osborn, William L 
Snyder, Amos . 
Snyder, Joseph . 
Shroyer, Tyler M. 

Transferred. 
Hammond, Geo. W 

Pied, 

Luzadder, Obediah J Corp'l, 
Harvey, Wm. F. L. 
I [aymond, Ed'wd 0. 
Campbell, Howard . Priv. 
Finley, William . 
Luzadder, Edward 
Mcintosh, Elijah B 
Nose, John. . . 
Osborn, M. W. . 

1, John . . 

'.yard, Jerome I 
Smell, Daniel 

/ hsi /•/"/, 

Palmer, Edward 
Trader, John . . 



23 Aug. 11, 1864 
19 M 
-1 A.ug. 
33 



o, 



cy- 1 MO Wounded, lost use of left arm. 

27* " 



Sept. 

Aug. 



is 
22 
21 
52 
23 

21 

18 Jan 



Mar. 

Aug, 



22 i 
L9 

2S 
2:; 



IT 



Aug, 



27, 
27, 

27, 

7, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 

27, 

27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
3, 
27, 
27, 
14, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27, 



Date unknown. 

For promotion to chaplain, Aug. 19, 
1864. 

For disability, date unknown. 



1864 
1862 

1864 
1862 



Aug. 27, 1862 



Webster, Ap'l 20,1804 
date unknown. 



Appointed Principal Musician, Sep. 
11, 1862. 



At Winchester, Mar. 3, 1863. 

At Sandy Hook, Md., Sept. 4, '64, of 

wouuds rec d in action. 
Killed at Piedmont, Va. June 3, '64. 

Murdered I r Camp Russell, Va., 

Nov. 10, 1864. 

At Winchester, Oct. 18, 1864. 

Killed at Piedmont, June 5, 1864. 

At Winchester, Oct. 12, 1864. 

At Cumberland, Mar. 27, '61, 

At Winchester, Mar. 3, 1863. 

At Grafton, Dec. 19, 1862. 

, Perry, Va., Jan. 5, '64. 

(>r small pox, at Martinsburg, Va., 
-. 1863. 

\t M:u tin burg, April 30, 1864. 
At Bedford, Pa., June 30, 1863. 



Aggregate, 114 men. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S RE] 



• 



Return of Cant John H. " moony "/." Twelfth R< i 

Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Stephenson* i 
Yoveniber, 1864, together with ■< comj '■ 
taki n place since its organisation. 
[Signed,) Joror H. W ,( . Commanding Company. 



K 






Melvin, John Henry ( 'apt 

i. Milton B. 1st Lt 
Hewitt, William . 2d Lt 
Kerr, A. J. L. . . 1st Ser 
ter, James . . Serg't, 
Aten, James . . 
Hewitt, Joseph . 
Bernard, Thos. B. . 
Cullen, Marion M. . Corp'l, 
Brobeck, John S. . 
Ramsey, Robert 
Debee, Sylvanus H. 
Beal, Samnel . . . 
Apple, Andrew O. . 
Bernard, Van B. 
Halstead, Samuel . 
Simpson, George S. Mus'n, 
Abrams, Jame-; M. . Priv 
Alison, Wm. G. . . 
Alison, Richard 0. . 
Alison, Alex. B. 
Alison, James . . 
Alison, Peter P. 
Alison, John AY. . . 
Alison, Wm. H. . . 
Applegate, Benton , 
Bailey, Joseph . 
Baxter, John R. . 
Bailey, John S. . 
Bird, Geo. H. II. 
Bailey, Jesse . . 
Cullin, Isaac N. . 
( 'ullin, Samuel H. 
Campbell, W. B. 
Caldwell, Cyrus . 
Campbell, James Y. 
Dornan, John M. . 
Finney, Alfred . . 
Fernsworth, R. H. . 
Flowers, John W. . 
Fernsworth, William 
Goddard, Geo. W. . 
Geer, Jacob . . . 
Hineman, Alexander 
Herbert, Peter . . 



w ii. M m 



n 



24 

33 
23 

1'.) 
22 
22 
25 
22 
20 
22 
L8 
20 
23 
L6 
22 

20 

is 



Feb. 11, 18G4 

'• 
Ap'l L2, " 
! L862 

. " 

28, " 

28, " 
28, " 



Pro. from 1st Lt. 

Dlnhonorablj Ji-ctiargrl 



28, " 
28, " 

28, •• 

28, " 

28, " 
22 Jan. 14, 1864 
21 14, " 

2] 11, " 

L8 14, " 

18 11, " 

19 Aug. 28, 1862 
L9 



20 


" 




28, " 


18 


2-, " 


21 


28, ■ " 




. " 


27 


28, " 


L9 


Jan. 14, 1864 


22 


Aug. 28, 1862 


28 


" 


L8 


Jan. 14, 1864 


L9 


14, " 




Aug. 28, 1862 


L9 


28 " 


1* 


, " 


30 


28, " 


:JJ 


. " 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "7," Twelfth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






Rank. 



When mastered 
Into » 



rd, Harv 

•k, Homer B. . 

•r, John L. 

er, John V. 8. 
Henderson, Franklin 
Hunter, John ' r. 
Haney, Win. W. 
Jenkins, Sylvester B 
Jewell, Wm. . . 
Jackson, Andrew 
Malum, W. C. . 
imuel II 
Moorehead, <ieo. W 
Milieu, Morgan H 
Moore, Thos. M. 
Moore, W. II . . 
Morrow, John < '. 
Owens, James W. 
1'atterson, David M 
Pugh, Robert W. 
Pugh, Daniel . . 
Pees, George W. 
Quear, Henry . 
Russell, David H. 
Ridinger, John . 
Ross, Cornelius II. 

b, W. B. . . 
M< Kalston, Harper 
Snowden, James R 
Sjiowden, Robert 
Snowden, David H 

: . John A. . 
Sw<\aringen, Alex. 

art,W. \V. . 
Troup, Samuel . 
Thorn, John M. . 
Wilson, James . 
Wilkinson, Silas 
Young, [ntrepid M 

Dischargi </. 
Thayer, MiltonH. . 
Mackey, < teorge B. 
Wa 

Baxter, Wm. H. . 
Carson, Mart in L. . 
i lies A. . 

Transferred, 
Brown, R. H. . . 



Priv. 



Capt. 



18 

:V2 

18 

18 

21 

19 

19 

18 

23 

is 

19 

21 

28 

21 

19 

is 

18 

19 

20 

20 

21 

20 

:;:, 

2S 

22 

L9 

18 

18 

23 

18 

20 

21 

19 

21 

11 

L8 

:;i 

:is 
28 

is 
L9 
35 
18 
22 
26 

125 



Aug. 



Ap'l 
June 
Aug. 

Jan. 

Aug. 



Oct. 
Jan. 



Aug. 



Feb. 
Aug. 



Jan. 
Ap'l 
Aug. 



July 



Au-. 



28, 


1862 


28, 


a 




CI 


28, 


ll 


16, 


1863 


12, 


K 




(c 


26, 


<( 


14, 


1864 


14, 


II 


28, 


1862 


28, 


K 


28, 


(< 


28, 


11 


10, 


1863 


14, 


1864 


14, 


11 


8, 


K 


28, 


1862 


28, 


" 


28, 


a 


8, 


1863 


28, 


1862 


28, 


a 


28, 


11 


28, 


" 


14, 


1864 


12, 


11 


28, 


1862 


28, 


a 


28, 


a 


14, 


1864 


14, 


it 


14, 


a 


28, 


1862 


28, 


11 


28, 


" 



28, 
28, 



28, " 


For 


dis. 


, Mar. 4, 


'63 


28, » 


1 




" 17, 


a 


28, " 


1 




" 24, 


11 


28, " 






Sep. 8, 


11 


28, " 


1 




Jan. 4, 


'64 


28, " 


1 




Ap'l 11, 


'63 


28. " 


Pro. to 


Major 


Feb. 8, 1864. 





ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPO] 
Company "J," Twelfth Regiment Infinity;/ — Continued. 






:iu<8. 










Scott, W. A. . . . 




20 


Aug. 




in, James . 


Priv. 


20 


" 


. 


Died, 










Bradley, Thos. W. . 






- 




Cochran, David W. 


Corp'l, 


18 


. " 


1 


Hobbs, Wheeler . . 


Priv. 




. " 




Hukill, Wm. M. . 


■■ 


27 


. " 




Alison, W. W. . . 


ii 




. " 


At Win. 1 


Miller, :. 


i. 




28, " 




Swearingen, W. W. 




L8 


Jan. 14,1864 


At Cum) 


irt, Samuel B. 


IS 




14, " 


II Aug..: 


Quear, Jacob . . . 


II 


38 


Aug. 28, 1862 


w Market, Ta., II 


Lyons, Joseph R. . 


II 


19 


28, " 


ii Pl« Imoot, V»., J 


Beal, Wm. . . . 


II 


18 


. " 


ii ii ii 


Durbin, Joseph B. . 


II 




Jan. 14, 1864 


i. ii i. 


Dougherty, Andrew 


II 




14, " 


ii ii 


Thompson, Wm. . . 


II 




Aug. 28, 1862 


At Harrisonburg, \ 

Of Jrni- 


Scott, Joseph . . 


II 




Jan. 14, 1864 


'.1, at Sandy Hook, Md. 


Des* 










Graham, Charles, . 


II 




Aug. 28, 1862 


May 4, 1863, at Clarksburg. 


Greer, John W. . . 


II 


23 


. " 


Sept. 3, 1863, at Martinsburg, \n. 


Alison, John G. . . 


II 


19 


28, " 


April 2, 'Of, ii 


Goddard, W. E. . . 


II 


18 


Sept. 14, 1 


ii 


Jones, W. H. H. . 


II 




A , 1rr I, at TThltc Sulphur 

•fl-Ug. _u, iou^ BpriB 


Aeereeate. 




113 men. 





Return of Capt. John li. Jesters Company "A"," of the Twelfth Regiment 
West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at StepJi 
showing the condition of said Company on the Zd day of December, 
together with a complete record of the changes that 1 t since its 

organization. 

(Signed,) John- B. Jester, Capt. commanding Company. 



Bank. 



- 



Remarks. 



Jester, John B. . . 
Brenneman, John R. 

-, John A. . . 

, S. Hartley . 
Craig, Rowland F . 
Baxter, George A. . 
Wells, Wm. B. . . 
Smith, Edward J. . 
McConneha, Alex. . 
Harvey, Benjamin . 
Harding, Joseph E. 

43 



Capt., 
IstLt., 


31 
23 


2d Lt., 


24 


1st Ser 


21 


Serg't, 
it 


24 
23 


<i 


20 


ii 


21 


Corp'l, 

11 


37 
25 


ii 





Aug. 30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 



1S62 



Pro. Capt., Nov. 1, '63 

Pro. 1st I.- 

Pro. to 24 Lt., Ap'l 20, 1864. 



Milting In action since July 24, 1S64. 



Missing inaction since July 21, l^t. 



142 -TUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "A'," Twelfth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 






Mahan, Richard 

iohn M. M 
. William . 
-. George 
Colwell, Albert . 
Arbaugli, Robert 
Burgoyne, Raj 
Britt, Elias L. . 
Brownlee, Martin V. 
Brown lee, James E 
Baxter, Daniel . 
Billingsley, Wm. A 
Cupples, James . 
Carines, John II. 
Cornelius David 
Cox, Jonathan 
Degarmo, Thomas 
Davis, David S. . 
Everett, John B. 
Fenwick, John W 
Freshwater, John 
Glass, John J. . 
Green, John W. . 
est, John B. 
Hall, Henry M. . 
Hendricks, John H 
Hall, Lewis C. . 
Hays, Marshal . 
Hindman, Samuel 
1 [aney, John H. 
I In ton, Wm. C. A 
Euut, Kugenius 
Kimmins, John 
K nipple, Jacob . 
Kelfey, McKendree 
Lucas, Philip 
Marsh, Joseph 
Maxwell, George W 
McCormick, Jacob 
McNally, Arthur F 
McHugh, Will 
Montgomery, Jos. E 
Mason, Chas. E. W 
Nel iniel 

Plattenburg, II. C. 
Philips, Willi 
Perkins, Jaim 
Pepper, James M. 



Rank. 


o 

< 


Corp'l, 


27 


ii 


26 


it 


24 


<i 


22 


Priv. 


23 


" 


21 


(( 


27 


it 


23 


t( 


to 


it 


22 


" 


2'.i 


<< 


•;i 


ii 


23 


" 


29 


ii 


37 


ii 


23 


it 


18 


" 


47 


ii 


■"-2 


a 


20 


u 


25 


11 


36 


" 


30 


11 


29 


11 


20 


II 


23 


II 


27 


11 


36 


11 


30 


II 


23 


" 


21 


II 


42 


11 


20 


II 


20 


II 


22 


II 


20 


II 


37 


II 


34 


" 


20 


" 


28 


11 


27 


" 


19 


II 


24 


11 


20 


11 


28 




38 




•v, 



When mustered 
into Ben Ice. 



Remarks. 



Aug. 



1 < ^f> r ' *" mU, 8 '" scHon since .J ui v .I. 1864. 

ii Missing in action since July '.'I, 1864 

ii " 

ii Missing in action since July 21, 1864 



Ap'l 



Jan. 
A:ug. 

Feb. 

Aug, 



Aug. 



1863 



Mar. 

Aug. 
Feb. 

22 Aug. 



Feb. 
Aug. 



30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
:;n, 

16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
20, 
30, 
28, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
16, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
3, 
30, 
22 

ie; 

30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 

11, 

21, 
30, 

30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
22, 1864 



1864 
1862 
1863 
1862 



1864 

■| QUn Wounded May 15, 18 
J-OU-j amputated. 
ii Missing in action, July 24, 1884. 



1 QR4- M ' SS ' U S >■> action, July 24, 1804. 

1862 
1864 

1862 



1864 
1S62 



In action, May 15, 1864. 
ii action, .May 15, 1864. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "JT," Twdfih Regiment Zn/anrfry— Continued. 












\ 






■ riel 
Robinson, Amon W 
Robinson, Jesse . 

rts, Martin J. 
Spidle, Clemens . 
Scott, Hugh . . 
Stock, Benjamin 

... Wm. 11. H. 

i, Matthew . 
Strong, George . 
Scears, Stephen S. 
Smith, Clarence A 
Teter, George W 
Williams, Joseph H. 
Wise, Pleasant Wm. 
Williams, George W. 
Young, Harvey H 

Discharged. 
White, Thomas . 
Kimberland, H. C. 
Lee, Bazel B. 
Hall. is C. 

Kelley, William T. 
Keith, John . . 
Smith, James 
Thompson, John 
Arny, Joseph S. 

Died, 
Fleming, Joseph R 
Hall, Leonard C. 
Paden, William . 
Homer, Robert . 
. is, Joseph A. 
Sims, Robert D. . 
Wright, Derias . 
Plummer, Joseph 
Holbritter, Wm. i 
White, Albert . 
White, James 
Deserted, 
Algeo, Joshua . . 
Adams, Eli . . 
Crooks, Isaac 
Fleming, James E 

Aggregate,™ 



1'riv. 



11 




(I 


:;i 


(( 


35 


(1 




(( 




II 


34 


.. 


27 


II 




(1 


29 


(1 


19 


(1 


41 


l( 


22 


(( 




11 


17 


Bugler 


41 


Capt., 
Serg't, 


21 


Corp'l, 

u 


29 

28 


Priv. 


19 


•• 


27 


(i 


20 


a 


18 


a 


44 


ii 


21 


it 


19 




19 


ti 


18 


ii 


27 


u 


L8 


ii 


21 


ii 


21 
<?1 



Feb. 
Mar. 
Aug. 
Mar. 

Aug. 



Missiugln a lion, Jul* 



22 \\\" ',',■ 

35 ' 

30, " 
30, '■ 
30, " 
30, ■■ 
30, '■ 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
12, 1864 
3 " 
30', 1862 
25, 1864 

11, " 
30, 1862 



30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 



30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
20, 

1, 

11, 
30, 

30, 
30, 
30, 

1", 



Res'd Au 


K. 1 


is* 13. 


At Wiuci. . Jan. i, a 


ii 


u 




ii 


ii 


A|.| I. 'St. 


ii 


ii 




ti 


ii 


Api ;, O. 


ii 


ii 


i . ii 


ii 


ii 




ii 


data unknown. 



Jan. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Aug. 



1864 



21 
• 7 
2 



At Romney. W. V. 

At Cumberland, Md. 
At Romney, W. V. 

A' Wlnoheater, Jan.—. I 

.'.Clarksburg, June 19, '63. 

of typhoid rover, at Mooi 

Killed nt 1'. .ne i, '61. 



Killed at Lynchburg, June 18, 1864. 

Jan. 21, LSI I '. Ml. 

i. at Itarthuborg, W. V« 

984, at Winchester, Va. 
• rry Unn, Va. 



.100 men. 



344 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Memoranda : — The 12th Regiment West Va. Infantry, Vols., was 
organized a1 (Jimp Willey, Wheeling, W. Va., on the 30th day of 
Aug 2, by F. P. Peirpoint, then Adjutant of the Regi- 

ment, having been recruited during the month in the coun- 
ck, Brooke, Ohio, Marshall, Marion, Taylor and Har- 
rison ; on the day following its organization, it was ordered to 
Clarksbui \-hich place was then threatened by a force under 

the rebel General Jenkins, who was then on a raid into Western 
Virginia. September 2d a detachment of four companies was 
ordered to Beverly under command of Lt. Col. Northcott, and on 
Ith of September the remaining six companies, under command 
of Col. Klunk, were ordered to Buckhannon, Va. The detachment 
under command of Lt. Col. Northcott, marched from Beverly to 
Webster, thence to Clarksburg, and on the 1st day of October, 
rejoined the Regiment at Buckhannon, and from thence a detach- 
ment of six companies, under command of the Colonel, marched to 
Beverly, on the 19th of October, 1862, and was joined by the re- 
maining four companies on the 1st of November; on the 6th of 
November seven companies of the regiment, under command of Col. 
Klunk, accompanied an expedition under command of General 
Milroy into Pocahontas, Pendleton and Highland counties, arriving 
at Monterey, Va., on the 9th. Here they were joined by the other 
three companies under command of Major Peirpoint, who left 
Beverly on the morning of the 5th of November, on an expedition 
by way of Elk Water and Huntersville ; from Monterey, Va., the 
Regiment returned to Beverly, and from thence to New Creek, 
arriving there on the 19th of November, 1S62; from New Creek it 
marched to Moorefield via Petersburg, W. Va., where it was 
assigned to Gen. Cluseret's Brigade of Milroy's Division. On the 
17th of December Gen. Cluseret began an expedition to Strasburg, 
Va., (the 12th forming a part of his command,) at which place a 
rebel force under Gen. Jones was stationed, but retired upon the 
advance of Gen. Cluseret's command, leaving only his rear guard, 
with which there was a slight skirmish ; from Strasburg the com- 
mand proceeded to Winchester, Va., arriving on the 23d of Decem- 
ber, where the Regiment remained until the 26th day of March, 
1863, when it was ordered to Berry ville, Va., and from thence 
on the 10th of May to Clarksburg, W. Va., here the Regiment 
remained until the 2d of June, when it was again ordered to Win- 
chester, \ a. It participated in the engagement at that place on the 
i:;th, 14th and l-">thof June, when the command of Gen. Milroy 
was attacked by the army of Gen. Lee, then on his raid into Mary- 
Land and Pennsylvania. In this engagement the Regiment lost 
heavily in killed, wounded and prisoners. Among the killed were 



ADJUTANT GENERAL 

Lieutenant-; T. \V. Bradley and 

Lieut. Ool. Xorthcott, .' 

T. Anshutz, the latter of whom yet i 

of the rebels. A I .• at Winchester the Regimi 

its way to Hancock, Md., thence to Lid . Pa., wh 

Milroy's command had been concentrated. 

During the months of August, September and October the Regi- 
ment was at Martinsburg, Va., moving to Maryland 11 
November. On the 10th of December, 1863, this Regiment for. 
a part of a Lrigade commanded by Col. Wells, (34th 1 1 i liich 

went on an expedition up the Shenandoah Valley as far as Harrison- 
burg, Va., returning to Maryland Heights on the 24th Dec. 1 

During the months of January, February and March, 1864, the 
Regiment was stationed at Cumberland, Md.; in April it was ordered 
to Eeverly where it remained a few days, thence it was ordered 
again to Martinsburg, arriving there on the 22d of April ; on the 
29th proceeded up the Shenandoah Valley in the army commanded 
by Gen. Sigel, and participated in the battle of New Market on the 
15th of May. On the 26th of May the Regiment formed a part of 
the army in the Shenandoah Valley, under command of Gen. Hunter 
and was in the Lynchburg campaign. On the 5th of June occurred 
the battle of Piedmont, Va., in which this Regiment, commanded 
by Col. "Win. E. Curtis, behaved with great gallantry, being the first 
to enter the rebel work?, and capturing a large number of prisoners; 
on the 17th the army arrived before Lynchburg, Va., and on the 
day following participated in the engagement at that place. The 
enemy being in superior force and strongly fortified, the army 
began its retreat J via Salem, New Castle, Sweet Springs, Meadow 
Bluffs, Gauley Bridge and Charleston, arriving at Parkersburg on 
the 5th of July ; from thence the Regiment was again ordered to 
Martinsburg. 

During the months of July and August it participated in the 
campaign of Gen. Crook against Early, in the Shenandoah Valley, 
and was engaged in the battle of Snicker's Ferry, July 18th and at 
Winchester on the 24th, and at Cedar Creek August 12th. In 
September, October and November it formed a part of the army of 
West Virginia, in General Sheridan's army and was in the engage- 
ment at Berryville, Va., September 3d. The Regiment participated 
in none of the subsequent battles in the Valley, but accompanied 
the army in all its campaigns. In December the 1st Infantry Divi- 
sion of the army of West Virginia, of which the 12th was a part, 
commanded by Bv't Brig. Gen. T. M. Harris, was ordered to the 
army of the Potomac, where it now is. The Colonel, William B. 
Curtis, commanding Brigade. 






ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT W. VA. INFANTRY. 



Return of Capt. George Banner's Company •'.(.'' lath Regiment West 
Virginia \'<>lunteer Infantry stationed at Camp Russell, showing the con- 
dition of said company on the 8th day of December, 18G4, together with a 
complete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 
[Signed,) Geo. Dakner, Capt. commanding Company. 



Bank. 



When m 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Danner, George . 

.Mathers, Samuel 
Davis, Robert . 

-tead, Miletus 
Hennings, Elisha 
Ramsy, Asliar . 
Hoffman, Wm. H. 
Good, John W. . 
Baxter, John W. 
Chanceller, A. E. 
Frame, C. C. . . 
George, Wm. H. 
Hunter, John 
Jones, Alfred 
Snodgrass, Daniel 
Hurel, AVilliam . 
Hall, Job . . . 
Brown, Amos C. 
Booker, Albert . 
Bucknar, Obediah 
Boggess, Benjamin 
Cobb, Andrew J. 
Cobb, William H. 
Compton, Wm. P. 

i g, John . . 
Carter, William . 
Coleman, James 
Davis, Andrew J. 
Edens, Martin V. B. 
Edens, John W. . . 
Edens, John . . . 
Facemyers, Aaron V 
Pluck, Samuel V. 

id, Samuel 
George, Richard 
Glover, Wm. M. 
Gray, William . 
Green, John . . 
(lillispie, Theophilus 
Gatewood, Perry 
Hall, Henry S. . 



Capt. 

1st lit., 

2d Lt. 
1st Sgt 
2d " 
3d " 
4th " 
5th < : 
Corp'l, 



Wag'r 
Priv. 



Oct. 7, 1862 



Oct. 



7 


(C 


7 


11 


Aug. 10 


1863 


Oct. 7 


1862 


7 


ti 


7 


it 



38 

21 

28 

26 

25 

27 

29 

21 

20 

18 

21 

20 

36 

30 

18 

18 

18 

28 

18 

22 

18 

30 

28 

42 

21 

45 

IS Dec. 

23 Oct. 

28 

35 

18 

20 L 

18 Dec. 

19 L« 
30 Oct. 

23 

32 

38 

22 Dec. 

42 Oct, 

30 



July 
Oct. 

Dec. 
Oct. 
May 
Oct. 



Oct. 
Jan. 



I 

/ 

9 

7 
19 

7 

1 

7 

7 

7 

1 

30 
15. 

7 

7 

7 
22 

7 

19 
15 

7 

7, 

7. 



1862 



1863 
1862 



1S64 
1862 



1863 

it 

it 
1862 



1863 
1862 

1863 
1861 



Pro. from 1st Serg't to 1st Lt. Aug. 
20, '6 I, from 1st Lt. to Capt. Nov. 

in, L864, 

Pro. from priv. to 2d Lt. Feb. 1, '63, 

i Lt. to 1st Lt. Nov. 10, '61. 
Wounded at Winchester, Va.; pro. 

2d Lt. from Serg't Nov. 10, 1864. 



Wounded at Winchester, July 21, '64 



Wounded at Winchester, Sept. 19,'64 



Wounded at Winchester, July 2I.T.I. 



. t llulltown, Va., Aug. 26, 
1864. 



Wounded at Winchester, Sept 19, '61 



Wounded at Hall town, Va.,Aug. 26, 
1864. 



i Wounded at Winchester.Sept. 19, '64 



1862, 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ".I." Thirteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



347 



■■ 



Bank. 



When mustered 






Hall, Woodson B. 
Hughes, Thou 
1 1 umphrey, Lewis J> 
Hurel, Irdell 
Hennings, Levi . 
Hammonds, Edward 
Jobling, Jesse 
Jones, William . 
Jones, Samuel . 
Jones, Wilson 
King, George W. 
Light, James . 
McCormack, Samuel 
Means, William A 
Moore, John Gr. . 
Moore, Thomas . 
Napier, John M. 
Newell, Elijah F. 
Newell, John T. 
Nanley, Abner . 
Orth, John . . 
Page, Cornelius . 
Prit, Robert T. . 
Pauley, Ralph . 
Quiglev, Charles P 
Riley, Wm. W. . 
Samples, Agrippa 
Scott, Joseph . . 
Smith, David 
Snodgrass, Andrew 
Snodgrass, Martin 
Snodgrass, Nathan 
Snodgrass, Samuel 
Spradling, James R. 
Strickland, John 
Strickland, Wm. A 
Teel, John F. . 
Teel, Samuel 
Thomas, John 
Toothman, James W 
Tully, James H. . 
Vance, Calvin . 
Wilson, Milton . 
Withrew, Wm. A. 
Wintz, Baron D. 
Withrew, Thomas 
Johnson, James W 



I'riv. 



Oapt., 



•J '1 

■1\ 

29 

35 

18 

L8 

23 

IS 

18 

IS 

36 

21 

11 

L9 

20 

21 

10 

■II 

38 

18 

20 

:.! 

23 

:;n 

ivs 

2] 

23 

4s 

18 

i':; 

40 

11 

L9 

21 

18 

18 

27 

21 

51 
22 
18 

20 
36 
19 

IS 
18 
25 






Dec. 
Oct. 

July 
Dec. 
Oct. 



July 
Oct. 



Oct. 
Dec. 
Oct. 



7, 

7, 

7, 

7, 

7, 

15, 

7, 
7, 
0, 
29, 
7, 



7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 

hr 
', 

9, 

7, 

7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
20, 
29, 
7, 






1863 
1862 

1863 

1862 



Wounded al 



1S63 
1SG2 



1863 
1S62 



Wounded in action al Wil 
. > I. 



Aug. 
Oct. 



1863 
1862 



Wouudcd in action at Winchester, 
t 1864. 



Wounded at Berryville, Sept. 3, '61. 



Transferred ' to 3d V. S. colored 
troops by order from War Dcpt., 
No. Sli, "issued July 20, 1S€3. 



348 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company ".I," Thirteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






Winn mustered 



Remarks. 



Maher, Theophilus 
Frame, Frederick 
Sands, Henry 

Fets\ o. W 

I or, Michael 
Snodgrass, Robert II 

v, George W, 
Wince, Philip . 
Slack, Greenberry 
Midkiff, Samuel 
Means, James A 
Davis, Wm. M. 
Cobb, Francis M 
Hacker, John C. 
Burns, George 
Copen, Perry 
Tally, John . 
Grey, Robert . 

Aggregate 



2d Lt. 
Priv. 



Capt 
Corp'l, 



Priv. 



Dec. 



1862 



July 
Oct. 
July 
Oct. 



Mar. 
Oct. 



T, 
7, 
9. 
h 
9, 

r~ 

', 
7, 
7, 
20, 
10, 
7, 
7, 
7, 



1863 
1862 

is.;:; 
1862 



1863 
1864 
1862 



Resigned Feb. 1, 1863. 

Died of brain fever atWlnfield, W 

Va.. V 
Kill.- 1 at Hurricane Bridge. V. Va., 

tfaroh 88, 1863. 

;il 2, IS03, at Hnr- 

Died of consumption 'at Charleston, 
\ui- .12, 1863, 

e at Pt Pleasant, Sept. 

Died '.f disease at Charleston, Julv 

Died of wounds received at Iiufnnl's 
ai leaton, Va., tug. WM 

Pro. from 1st Lt. to Capt. Julv 2063. 
Killed at Wiuchester, Scpt."l9, '64. 



Fisher's Hill, Sept. 22, '61 
Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, '64 



" Cablotown, Va. Nov 2FG4 

Des. at Meadow Bluff, May 27, 1*01. 

Kissing in battle |at Winchester, 

I. 1364. 
Missing in action at Cedar Creek, 

Oct. 19, 

issing in action at Cedar Creek, 

Oct 19, ISO I, 



.106 



men. 



Return of Capt. Wm. C. Greenlee's Company "JS," of 'the \Wi Regiment West 

Virginia infantry Vohmteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Virginia, 

showing the condition of said company on tlic G/7t day of December, 1864, 

togeth r villi a complete record of the changes that have taken place since its 

organization. 

(Signed.) Wm. C. Greenlee, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Name i. 



tltank. 



When mustered 

into sovico. 



Remarks. 



Greenlee, Wm. C. . 
Sullivan, Alfred T. 
. T. . 
Boggess, Robert 0. 
Love, Samuel C. 
Adkins, Spencer 
Fisher, Thomas H. . 
Henry J. . . 

urn, James A. 
Blessing, Calvin T. 

irt, Geor 
Woods, Alphens 
Pickens, Spencer . 
Ferguson, John H. 

on, William . 
Jeffries, Eli . . . 
Atkinson, Geo. II. . 



Capt. 


20 


IstLt., 


20 


2d Lt., 


22 


1st Sgt 


20 


Serg't, 


20 


ii 


32 


(t 


32 


ii 


28 


Corp'l, 


25 


" 


18 


" 


33 


K 


19 


ti 


30 


K 


17 


" 


18 


ii 


30 


Priv. 


21 



Nov. 10, 1864 

10, » 
Oct. 8, 1S62 
8, « 

S, « 



8, 



8, " 

8, « 

8, " 

8, " 

8, « 

8, " 

8, « 

6, 1863 



Pro. from 1st Serg't Oct. 30, 1864. 
Pro. from 2d Serg't Oct. 31, 1864. 



Capfd at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1SG1. 



UOTTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "J?," Thirteenth \ Infantry— Continued. 






■• 



Bailey, John W. 
Barnett, "William 

nett, Fisl 
Ban: tuel 

Barnett, Jam 

lei ; . Pn -ton 

I, William 

o, Mason 

o, Enoch . 

ins, Math: 
Chapman, Oscar . 
Carrol, Charles . 
Dewese, Willi 
Eckard, I 

Eckard, Roberl » I 
Edwards, William 
Fisher, John H. 
Fisher, John M. . 
Fisher, Daniel M. 
Ferguson, And. W 
Fauver, .lames M. 
Gaskins, James H. 
Gaskins, John R. 
Hyatt, Emanuel 
Harris, Silas . . 
Harris, William L 
Hogg, Taylor X. 
Hill, William R. 
Jeffries, Gideon . 
Jeffries, Felix 
Knapp, William 
Lee, William . . 
McDaniel, Keuben 
McDaniel, Alex. . 
McDaniel John . 
Mourning, Wm. H 
Mattox, Josiah . 
Meek, Henry A. 
McCoy, James . 
McCoy, Isaiah . 
McDercnot, James 

"11, Preston 
Neville, Austin . 
Neville, William T 
Oldakers, John T. 
Plants, George W. 
Pillow, William J. 



44 





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21 
















24 






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18 
















20 




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19 








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18 




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8, 1862 


■• 


















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22 




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28 






■■ 


22 




8, " 


. : 


11 






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20 


Oct. 


1362 


•• 


19 




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21 






(i 


18 




8, " 








3, " 


cc 


18 




8, " 


" 








'• 


L8 




8, " 




:;i 






ii 


34 


Nov. 


IT. " 


it 


20 


Oct. 


8, " 


i. 


29 




8, " 




21 






ti 


IT 


Aug. 


1863 


it 


28 


Oct. 


8, 1862 


ti 






8, " 


ii 


1- 




8, " 






350 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



my ■■/:." ThirteenthRegiment Infantry— Continued. 









ohn . . 
Harrison . 
Rhoads, Abijah . 
Rhoads, Peter M. 
Rayburn, Jam 
Rayburn, Join. A. 
burn, John R. 
Adam W. 
Shinn, Nehemiah 
. m<\. Adam . 
lair. Alfred 
th, William P. 
Smil •■! . 

-. John 
•ob . 
Schools, Paul 
Thornton, Francis 
Wallar, Anderson 
isley, William S 
Wilson, Ezekiel H 
ii. lieorge W 
Winebremn, Alex. H 
Waugh, John 
Wolf, David . . 
Young, Robert . 

Discharged, 
Vincent, D. Rice 
B on . 
Eckard, William R 

Died, 
Rice, Nelson 0. . 
1 1 it, Jesse . . 

rick H 
y. I >avid 
■•ft. < Ihris. ( '. 
Roberl J 1 . 
1 'lin . . 
i-aim 
Johnson, A braham 

■ i i - 
urn, Lovell C 
ted, 
Nichols, Win. T. 
Hays, .lames . 

Stewart, Mill 

Aggregate, 



Priv. _i 
28 
18 

" 

25 

1" 
L9 

is 

25 
30 
23 
22 
26 
L8 
19 
24 
25 
18 

:]:; 
■11 

L'l 
11 

25 

30 

27 

:;'.> 
2] 



When mustered 
into 



Remarks. 



Oct. 



S, 1S62 
8, " 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



Serg't, 
Priv. 

i i l.i. 

Priv. 



Capt. 



Nov. 
Aug. 
Oct. 



Aug. 
Nov. 
Oct. 



L8 Au-. 
34 Oct. 

20 



1863 
1862 

ti 

< 1 
a 
n 

1863' 
<( 

1862 



der Gen. Wright, Pt. Pli 
1883. 

B v oi ' 

Oct. 16, 1863. 
By oi ' tein in, Gal- 

1 1 . Jane 20, i-'.i 

. V"V. Ill, '«'.>. 

Killed at Hurricane Bridge, m 

1863. 
Killed at Hurricane Bridge, M:ir. 18, 

1868. 

Mil 8, '03. 

citizen Ma; 28, 1863. 

At home, of disea- 

Kllled in aotii a al Winch 

24, 1864. 
or wounds received at \\ d 

July 24, 1864. 

I '! u l'l I 

. 1864. 

Bi rrvvillc, 
1864. 

I i Ireek, Oct 

19, 1664. 
[n ii" pital, of dl 

1 . i ■', at Winchi 
19, 1864. 



1863 
L862 



i i, 1868. 

\< QalUpoUs, HI, in, .Mar. 



Pro. U) I.t. Col- (id. SO, 1864. Mus- 
tered as Lt. Col. Mar. 10, 1864. 

109 men. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S KKI 



.1 



Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp 1 lition 

said company on the VOth day of December, 1864, together with a 
>, record of th that have taken pla* 

(Sig Earpold, Capt. Commanding Company. 















Harpold, Lemuel . 
■.-. William M. 

:;n B. . . 
riiel, Win. . . 

Plants, John . . . 
Roseberry. El 
Thompson . Win. H. 
Turley. Andrew J. 
Boggess, Chris. W. 
Johnson, David B. 
Shobe, Andrew B. 
Morriston, A. V. 
Stone, Madison II. 

■ n, JohnB. . 
Rollins, George F. 
Spencer, John . 

iry, Thomas 
Barrett, George . 
Blake, Lewis A. . 
Burris, George . 
Burris, John Y. . 
lawman, John . 
Burris, Samuel ■ 

y. Edward . 
Cloucb, Alexander 
Carlile, Calvin . 
( 'rump, James . 

in, James 

Cox, James . . 
Clouch, Johu A. 
Carlin, John . . 
Crawford, Wesley- 
Casey, Madison . 
Denny, James 
Duncan. Benj. A. 
-. Win. ( i. . 
Dunlap, William 
Dunlap. Israel . 
Eads, William A. 
Eads, David . . 
Eads, Charles 
Ellis, Richard T. 



1st Lt. 
2d Lt., 
list Ser 
jSerg't, 






Priv. 



22 
29 
32 
32 
22 
21 
19 
40 

21 
40 

L8 

40 

19 Aug. 
210ct. 

44|Oct. 

22 

21 

18 

17 

21 

17 Aug. 

. 

18 

33 Oct. 

121 

! 

19 

29 Oct. 

19 

23 

30 



6, 

1 1, 



lOUi 

_ 
\v 

ii w 



8, 
8, 
8, 
8. 

8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
5, 
8, 
26, 
8, 
8, 
8, 






1863 

L864 

1862 



. 



■ 



19, 1863 
26, 1 

8, 1 



8, 
8, 

8. 1 



.i Wounded nt C'c ! r • 

_ 



tHalltown, \ - 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "<'." Thirti enth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 






lUnk. 



When n 
into service. 



Forrester, Jerome B 
Fink, Harvey \V. 
Hill a, [r a . . 
1 1' --on, John . . 
AikI. 1 1. 
Henry. John \V. 

l"ohn !'. 
Howell, Eliaa 
Jeffries, Wm, II. 
Johnson. Asa S. . 
Jones, Marcus L. 
Kincade, John W. 
Knight, Xiinrod . 
Newton, Matthew 
Long, Andrew J. 
Long, Jame.s . 

ford, W. 11.11 
McCloud. John . 
Midkiff, Levi . 
McCloud, Daniel 
McColloch, John S. 
Mourning, (Ifiorge 
Mourning, And. J. 
Meadows, Peter H 
McDaniel, George 
Meek, Ba/.aliel . 
Morrow, Charles 
Xevill, Hiram . 
Noble, Marcus D. 
O'Brien, John . 
Plants, Francis M. 
Pauley, Peter 
Pauley, Enos . . 
Priestly, Zachi 

ae, Thomas . 
Patterson, John A 
Patterson, Hez. S. 
reorge R. 
Bapp, John F. . 
Sheppard, And. J. 
She! hael 

Sands, < reorge W. 

•. Mark G\ . 
Woodyard, Jas. L. 

Woods, Wm. K. . 
Warner, < reorge E. 

Willis, Charles 0. 
Windon, Francis A 



Pnv. 



Oct. 
Ap'l 
Oct. 



Aug. 24 
Oct. 8 
Dec. 11 
Aug. 5 
Oct. 8 
Nov. 13 
Oct. 8 
Aug. 5 
17 



Oct. 



Aug. 20 
Oct. 8 
Sept. 29 
Oct, 8 

8 
Sept. 4 
Oct, 8 

8 
Feb. 22 
Oct. 8 



A.ug. 

Sept. 
Ap'l 

Oct. 



1862 
1864 
1862 

CI 

1863 
1862 

1863 
1862 

CI 

1863 
1862 
1863 
1862 
1863 

1862 



1863 
1862 

1863 

1862 

1863 

1862 
(i 

1863 
1862 

1864 
1862 



1863 

it 

1864 
1862 



1863 
1862 



Wounded in action, Aug. ' 
Hall town, 



Wounded at Cedar Creek, Oct. 13, '64 



Wounded at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19,'64 



Wounded at Winchester, Sept. l'.i, 'i;t 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
' ••' ." T neni Infantry Continued. 












\\li. ii i:. 



Yates, James A. . . 
Discharged^ 

Williams. Ira . . 
i rarman, John . 
Steed, John B. . . 
McCauley, Wm. B. 

Transft rred, 
Feazel, Wm. E. . . 
Sisson, Francis W. 
Mathers, Samuel S. 

m 

McDaniel, Van D. 

Dicken, James R. . 
Dunlap, Adam . . 
Hoscher, Elisha A". 
Midkiff, Alexander 
Luttou, And. J. 
Dodson, Char! 
Parsons, James . . 
Randall, Thomas E. 

D< - rU d. 

< iillaspie, John . . 
Sheline, William . 
Asberry, Abraham 

Aggregate, 



l'riv. 



2d Lt. 
Priv. 



Capt. 
Priv. 






L8 

11 

July 
- 1 

17 

11 

21 

18 

L8 

1-1 



Fordi 

" 

Jui 

8, 1862 " 



.. 
1863 

, Julr 



8, 



From Co. 

(I M 
.1 | 



Hi' men. 



Return of Capt. Simon Williams Company ■■/>." \Z(h R West Va. 

Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp j '• i. } showing the condition 

of said company on tfo 6th day of December, 1864, together with a com- 
plete record of the changes that haw Hon. 
1 >'/•/■ Michael Roseberrt, 2d Lt. Command • ny. 






Bank. 



\\ hen id 



R 



Williams, Simon . Capt. 8 

Hanna, James W. . 1st L; 
Roseberry, Michael 2d Lt. 
Scott, Hezekiah . list Sgl 
Sherman, Harvey F. Serg'l 8 

Campbell, Thomas M " 
Farley, George S. . 
Fry, Marion ... " 21 
Zirckle, Jonathan . Oorp'l, 1- 8 

Lenihan, James . . " 28 
Flinn, Nelson 0. . " 8 

gaud, Adam 25 8 



. 



■ 
■ 

Pro. ioS«r. M. Rom- 

berrj-, promoted I 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "/'."' Thirteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






When mustered 
intoscn Ice. 



Remarks. 



Hess, John H. . 
Robinson, James 
Meeks, Richard W 
Arnold, George S. 
Arnold, Lewis A. 

bfield, William 
Burchfield, N. . 
Barkes, John 
Bishop, John . . 
Burnett, James . 
Boso, General L. 
Brown, Henry . 
Cartmill, James A 
Cherry, Henry A. 

Cherry, Win. B. . 
Cyrus, William H. 
Dingey, Isaac 
Fry, Peter . . 
Fauber, George W. 
Gibbs, George W. 
Gibbs, Sheldon . 
Gibbs, Andrew J. 
Gibbs, Junius R. 
Geary, Benjamin 
Geary, William B. 
Houston, Matthew 
Hoffman, Henry 
Hoffman, Elias . 
Hoffman, Michael 
Howell, Milton . 
Harshey, Wm. T. 
Harper, David H. 
Hoult, Rutter . 
Johnson, James . 
Johnson, Lewis C. 
Jackson, William 
Kilcen, Patrick . 
rn< s, William 
Killingsworth, John 
Kimcs, Samuel R. 
Kimes, John C. . 
Kimes, Winfield 
Landers, Wm. H. 
Lisle, David H. . 
Moriarty, John . 
Maggi, George \V. 



Corp 



Priv. 



Oct. 

32 

21 1 

L8 Mar. 

18 

36 Oct. 

:;i 

29 

32 
18 

20 Nov. 
20|Feb. 
180ct. 

21 

16 Feb. 

22 

Sl'Oct. 

30 

2:. 

20 

2s 

18 

I 1 .) 

43 

10 

32 

10 

22 

22 

18 

171 

17 Feb. 
26 Oct. 
24 
16 
42 
35 
22 
36 
20 
18 
16 
30 
16 
23 



Nov. 
Oct. 
Nov, 
Oct. 



8, 1862 
8, " 



20, 
20, 



8, 

8, 

8, 

25, 

20, 
8, 
8, 

26, 

26, 



1864 



Absent without leave since Sept. 2, 
L86*. 



1862 

1864 
it 

1862 
1862 



Det'd in Blazer scouts since Aug. 
'r,i; wounded near Cabletown, Va., 
Nov. 1864. 



In hosp. at Gallipolis, ().. since May 
24, 1864. 



8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 



8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
6, 
26, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 



8 " 
25' 1863 

8, 1862 
25, 1863 

8, 1862 



1863 

u 

1864 
1862 



In pioneer corps since Noy. 1864. 



Wounded at Lynchburg, June 18/61. 



In hosp. nt Gallipolis, O., Mav 20, 
1864. 



Absent without leave since Sept. 64. 



In hosp., sick at Gallipolis, May 26, 
1864. 



AIUTTAXT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "/'." Thirteenth Regiment Ift/bn&y— Continued. 









Bank. 



Mills, Alexander H 
McSherry, John . 
Messick, Jacob . 
Mays, Hezekiah 
Oliver, Leonai 1 
Oliver, Thorn: 
Ohlinger, IV : 
Ohlinger, Lorean 
Phelps, John . . 
Price, Thomas . 
Roush, Moses 
Swain, William . 
Smith, John H. 
Smith, Marshall . 

Schloser, Henry 
Smallcomb, George 
Selay, John . . 
Swain, Newman 
Swain, James 
Smith, Luke S. . 
Taylor, Andrew 
Taylor, John . . 
Tucker, Jacob \Y. 
Vincent, Lewis F. 
Vincent, Henry L. 
Wolf, Win. H. . 
Williamson, James 
Woodyard, Manly 
Woods, George H. 
Whitehead, Jacob 
Webb, David J. . 
Williamson, S. B. 
Watkins, Benjamin 

Discharged, 
Snowdon, George . 

Pickens, John . . 

Embleton, John . . 
Graham, John M. . 
Blackburn, John T. 

Transfi m d. 
Jones, John . . . 
Darnell, Arthur W. 
Hanna, Samuel D. . 
Williamson, H. C. . 

John, Edward B. . 



Priv. 



2d Lt. 
Priv. 



into - 






Oct. 8, L862 



is 
30 
18 

Mm • . 

24 Dec. 
IT Feb. 
220ct. 

12 
■2r, 

■s> 

32 

2! 
IT 

20 
27 
26 Feb. 

18 Oct. 
16 

J'i 

25 
L5 
42 

IT 

1-1 

23 Feb. 

L6 

IS 

2210 

40 

24 
32 



-■', 



IT, 
8, 



_ 

><oner of war .-■ 



6, 



G 

SO, 1864, nor in mi 

Sot. 186*. 



1S63 
1862 



'. lUipolis, O. 

fc since M ■> :•'■. I8g4. 



8, 



1st Sgt 
Serg't, 
Priv. 
Serg't, 

Priv. 



25, 

25, 
26, 

26, 
26, 



1863 



1864 



S, 1862 
8, " 

8. " 



8, 

8, 

8, 



1 I lipolis, 0. 
1864. 



At Li-i home since July 11. )-•'•<. 



At SummitPi., Va., f"r disability, 

•'.t, by order ol '■' 
1 1 rooks. 

10, '61, by order of Maj. 

i ay. 

a |.t. io, 

Kelly. 

■ 
At (Jallipol:*, O., Oct. 14, ' 

I, Kelly. 

.-. Co. G, 13th Va. InL, 
Va. Inf., 

Pro. principal musician, and trans. 

to non com. staff, July 1 
Pro. to Serg't, Aug. 10, '63 

L. staff as Ser. Maj., Feb. 

10, 1SG1. 



. ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "D," Thirteenth 1. Infantry — Continued. 



Hlt>8. 


Rank. 


- 
5 

-' 


\\ ben mustered 


Remarks. 


Died } 














Barnes, Lewis < '. 


Priv. 


22 


Oct. 


8, 


18G2 


At home, Jackson 00., '\ a., Sept. .., 


Mills, Francis A. . 


Corp'l, 


L8 




8, 


ti 


At llarboursvillc, Va., July 18, 1864. 


Proor, George . . 


Priv. 


10 




25, 


1863 


Book, M.I.. Sept, l 1, 18M. 


Stat ton, Marshall . 


" 


18 






ti 


to have died at Kanawha 
Palls, W. V., time not known. 


Miller, George T. . 


it 


34 




8, 


1862 


Killed in oo., Winchester, July 21, '61 


Graham, William . 


t( 


L8 






K 


ii u ii 


ted. 














Carr, John . . ■ 


« 








" 


June 28, 1863, at 
Ii >lgc. 


Riffle, 1 . . 




35 






ti 


His Co. anil Beg. at Maruusburg, 
Va., July 20, 186*. 


Hatcher. Julius H. 


I. 


23 




8, 


ti 


His Co. and Beg. at Pt. 
Va.,Jnlj 16 1888. 


Hensley, Ephraim . 


<; 


18 


Ap'l 


26, 


1864 


His Co. and Beg. at Karboursville, 
W. Va.,May, 1861. 



Aggregate, 111 men. 



Return of Capt. John H.Bosler's Company "/.'." of the Thirteenth Regiment 
West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Virginia, 
showing the condition of said Company on the 12th day of December, 1864, 
together with a complete record of the changes that have taken place since its 
organization. 

(Signed,) Wm. N. Hawkins, 1st Lt. commanding Company. 



Names, 

Rosier, John II. . . 
Hawkins. William N 
Morgan, Silas . . 
Squires, Johnson . 
Woodall, Robert 
Cobbs, Fleming B. . 
Hopingstall, F. . . 
Vincent A. . 
Munday, Marshal T, 
Hall, Moses B. . . 
Clinton, Geo. D. 

r. James M. . 

m, John 1". . . 

5Toung, Ohas. W. . 

Win. A. . 

Moore, Grandison B. 

sorge . 
( !obb, Lewis S. . 
( llinton, i 
Clark, Squire 
( 'lai k, Alexander 
■ e, George S. 
Cook, John . . 



Bank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Capt. 
IstLt., 




2d Lt. 




1st Sgt 
2d " 




3d " 




4th " 




5th " 




Corp'l, 

u 

a 




ii 
u 
(( 




Priv. 


:;j 


•■ 


23 


i , 


18 


a 


:il 


" 


:;n 


ti 


:>2 


" 


27 



Oct. 



Wounded in action in left f 
22, 1864. 

Wounded in anion in right shoulder 
March 80, 1863. 



9, 1862 
9, 
9, 
9, 

9, 
9, 

9, 



Miming in action, Sept. 22, 1861. 



Wounded in side, July 24, 1S64. 



Wounded in right Ride, Sept. 19, '61. 



A.DJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT 
Company '•/.'." Thirt Tttfantry — Continued. 






N 



Child 

II. 
Robinson, Joel * r. 
Robinson 

Bartlett, James R 
Burns, Benjamin 
Samuels, Calel> I I. 
Smith, George W. 

. T. 
Sigman, Willi 
Sigman, Shields . 
Triplet!, Eli 
Gibson, John A. 
Grunter, James H. 
Thomas, John A. 
Haynes. Willi) 
Greer, Robert W. 
Young, Henry 
Young, Geo. W. . 
Whittington, Albert 
Tully, Eli . . 
Tully, William . 
Hall, Jesse . . 
Pauley, John F. 
Panley, Cornelius 
Hudson, David . 
McDaniel, Augustus 
Munday, William L. 
Miller, John . . 
Matheny, Michael 
Jordan, William G 
Haynes, John R. 
High, Jame3 . . 
Hudson, Nelson 
Landers. Meredeth 
Lacey, Gecrge W. 
Rucker, George . 
Snider, Milton . 
James, Samuel . 
Goodall, William T 
Sigman, William jr 
Thaxter, William H. 
Brown, Andrew J. . 
Munday, Reuben G. 
Bostick, Alexander 
Cobb, William R. . 
Bostick, Austin . . 

44 



Bank. 


6 

■ 






Priv. 


L9 








22 






'• 










1> 








Is 
















1" 






" 


is 








20 


9, •■ 




" 


35 


■ 






is 


9, " 






Is 


•■ 






■J) 


•■ 




" 


28 


- 






27 


















" 




" 


■ 7 


- 




'• 


25 


- 




ii 


21 








40 


" 






38 








is 






•■ 








'• 




9, " 






18 


9, 






L8 








26 








i^T 








14 


9, 


_ _ 


" 


L'<) 








is 


- 




ii 


21 








20 


9, ■ 






22 






ii 


L8 








21 


" 


_ _ 


" 


Is 


" 






•J 7 








28 


9, " 






is 


Aug. 5, 1863 


_ 


K 


■2-2 


- " 




'• 


10 


5, " 


Wounded In left •: 




44 




" " hand M 




Is 


Oct. 6, " 


_ _ 




2] 


6, 


_ _ 


1 1 


18 


6, " 


- 



\ 



35S ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "/.',*' Thirteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Name* 



Bank. 



Winn mustered 
into bi 



Hi-marks. 



Foan, Joel 
Miller, Henry 
Matheny, James 
Hocomb, James 
Haw ley, John 
Hill, Jasper M. 
Farland, Burwell 
Webb, Edward 
Comer, Isaac . 
Vickers, Samuel C 
Herkins, William H 
Burns, Alexander . 

Discharged. 
Carter, John Deriah 
Whittaker, Wm. W. 
Adkinson, John . 
Legg, James . . 
Pierce, Canon . 
Miller, Morrison 

Transferred. 
Thomas, Joel P. . 
Jones. Elisha T. 
Lallance, Jacob . 

Died, 
High, Benjamin F. 
Bodkin, John 
Rains, William T. 
Mills, William H. 
Slater, George . 
Pauley, John 
Cark, Owen B. . 
Bowyer, Sampson 
Spurr, Charles E. 
Sigman, Joseph . 
Lamasters, George 
Holly, Jeremiah 
Cason, John . . 

Deserted, 
McGlaughlin, Jno A 
Stindman, Samuel . 

Aggregate. __ 



Priv. 



Mus'n, 
Priv. 



Dec. 20, 1864 
Feb. 27, " 
27 " 
27^ " 
27, " 
Oct. 3, 1863 
Feb. 27, 1864 
27, " 
27, " 
Mar. 1, " 
Oct. 24, " 
Feb. 27, " 



Capt. 
Priv. 



Lsi Ser 

Priv. 



; 40 Oct. 
20 
L9 
35 

1 18 

•30 
25 
126 



23 
26 

is 
23 
10 
is 
32 
26 
28 
20 
28 
118 
1 18 

18 



Wounded in (high, Sept 



9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 

9, 
9, 

6, 

9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
". 
9, 
9, 

9, 
9, 



1862 Res'd Oct. 0, 1864. 
" For dis., Feb. 10/63. 

" For dis., July 1, '64. 
Oct, 14/63. 



To Invalid Corps. 
(i u u 

Pro. to Ass't Surg. 

i Of congestion or brain, Nov. 23. '02. 
Of fever, Jan. 19, '63. 

<i it u 

Of consumption, Jan. 24, 1863. 
Of erysipelas, Jan. 21, 1863. 

1 1 I"cb. 25 

it 11 11 

Of consumption, June 1, 1864. 

of typhoid (ever, Oct. 1:1. L864. 

Killed in action at Winchester, July 

Killed in action at Cablctown, Nov. 

26, til. 
Of pneumonia, Not. 10, 1864. 

Of measels, May 1 



July -, 1864. 

, 1863. 

108 men. 



ADJUTANT i 






Jt'ifn West 

Virginia Voluw ■■• con- 

diti 'ini/ on 

i 'ompany. 



Knnk. 



. 



- 



iwn, Albert F 
Russell, Timothy 
Brutnley, Jo.* 
Hannah, Job T. . 
Johnson, J Hamilton 
Phillips, Squire J. 
Bradley, Wm. S. 
Forbes. David L. 
Slack, David K. 
Woodium, Richard 
Clogg, Loany 
Krebs, Charles . 
Yeager, Peter . 
Riffle, Lewis E. . 
Johnson, Abner F. 
Lewis, Allen . . 
King, James . . 
. ards, James 
. Arthur 
Bowles, Alexander 
Bumgarner, Rezin 
Childers, Chas. W. 
Childers, Robert 
Casdorph, Henry C 
Daniel, William . 
Daniel, William C. 
Doolittle, David W 
Donnelly, Peter 
Davis, Timothy R. 
Daugberty, John 

irds, Harrison 
Fry, John W. . 

ins, Samuel R 
Gibbs, Joseph F. 
Graham, Francis 
Harper, William 
Harper, Joseph . 
Hodson, John . 
Hackworth, Jerret C 
Icenhower, Allen A. 
Icenhower, Josephus 
Jones, Jesse S. . 
Kimberlin, Joseph . 
Lewis, John . . . 
Lanham, John W. . 



IstLt., 
2d Lt., 
1st Ser 
Serg't, 



jCorp'l, 



iDrumr 
Fifer. 
Wag'r 
Priv. 



31 Oct. 

35 

20 
18 

27 
27 
29 

11 

IS Oct. 

1. 
!_' 

18 Nov. 
18 Oct. 
44 

35 Nov. 
15 Oct. 

44 Feb. 
21 Ai.'l 

35 
28 Oct. 

IS 

18 Dec. 

18 Oct. 

16 

35 

18 

45 

18 Feb. 



9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 

9, 

9, 

9, 
5, 

9, 
9, 
9, 
6, 
9, 
9, 
25, 
6, 

9, 

25, 

9, 
9, 

11, 
9, 

9, 

-7, 






Still a i>rU.i..T. 



1863 
1864, 
1862! 



_ 
! _ 

1863 ~ I I 

1862 . 

II 

I I ~ 

_ 

_ 

1S64 w "' )UDdc<lat Winchester. J 

.. 

- " I I 

II 

1863 " " " 

.i tr Minded mt Fisher > Hi:: 

_ 
ii 

• . Wcun led lit Fisher's Hill, Sep. 22,'64 

.. KrsrnstowTi. JoIt 24. '64 



1 1 Weunded »t Winchester, Sept. 19, 64. 



1S64 



360 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

< kmtpany ' ' !'■" Thii teenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 






;. William. . 
Moore, Wilson . 
McMaster, Thomas 

Mc( ' a R. 

PhilipW 
Proli: elW 

Robinson, Samuel P. 
Roush, Jonas . 

. Charles . 
Russell, Hiram . 
Russell, Napoleon B 
Rowley, Emanuel 
Roberts, Oliver P. 
Roberts William T 

Hiram 
Simons, Jacob 
Slack, Samuel 
Stephenson, David 
Shank, Edgar D. 
Tippin, Henry . 
Tilden, Bradford N 
Tillis, Smith . . 
Vanmeter, Leonard 
Vanmeter, Wm. J. 
Vanmeter, Gwin 
Vanmeter, Francis 
White, Wm. P. . 
Wilson, John A. 
Wilson, James . 
Winkleblack John . 
Woodrum, Arch. 
r ht, George M 

lit, Neely D. 
Wallace, John . 
Walkuss, James R. 

Discharged. 
Eayse, John . . 
Smith, John . . 

ii, Allen C. . 
Darnell, Peter . 
Eanna, Matthew 
Williamson, Thomas 
DC, .lohn M. 
Tra 
Earper, William W 
Farley, Hazard . 
Wilson, James . 
Pound 



ltimk. 



When i.i 



Remarks. 



Priv. 



1st Ser 
Serg't, 

Priv., 

Serg't 
Priv. 



Nov. 
Oct, 



35JOct. 

18 

18 Nov. 
33 Oct. 
IS Nov. 
27 Oct. 
L9 
25 

L8 Nov. 
18 Oct. 
18 Aug. 

20 Oct. 
20 

18 
ISiNov. 

21 Oct. 
IS Nov. 
20 Oct. 
22 
18 

go 

28 

2] 
20 

40 

43 
Is 
19 

is! 

L8 Xov 
26|Oct. 

I:; 
28 
15 

55 

[:, 
27 

11 
1.". 
31 
26 



Aug. 
Oct. 



9, 
9, 
9, 

9, 

9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 

25, 
9, 
5, 
9, 
9, 
9, 

25, 

9, 
25, 

9, 

9, 
25, 

9, 

9, 
9 

9, 
9, 
9, 

9, 

5, 
9, 
9, 

9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 

9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 



1 862 



1863 
1S62 
1863 

1862 



1863 
1862 
1863 
1862 



1863 
1862 
1863 
1862 

it 

1863 
1862 



Wounded near Kearnstonn, July 21, 

1864. 

ii action near Kearnstown 

Julv 24, 1864. 
Wounded at Cedar Creek, 1 1 



1863 
1862 

tt 

1863 
1802 



Wounded in action near Kcarnston u 
Julv 24. 1864. 

. 19, 1864. 
Still a prisoner. 



Woundod at Winchester, Sept. 19, '64 



Fordi*., Qallipolis, O., Oct. II, '68. 

II u a 

noted Capt., Feb. 7, 1864. 

ii 1st Lt., Dec. 1. 186S. 

liallipolis, June 19, 1861, 

i . it i. 

noted 2d Lt., Nov. 10, '64. 

Pro. Ser. Major, Oct. 4, 1862. 
Pro. Principal Mus'n, Sept. 28, 1862. 
Pro. Com. Serg't, Oct. 1, 1862. 
ii ii Apl— , 1864. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ••/■'." Thirtt i I tinned. 









Died, 
Bayse, Eenry W. . 
Bridgeman, E. J. . 
Hayse, Franklin 
Slirewsberry, R. B. 
Roush, Thomas . . 
Martin, Alexander . 
Buchannon, Thomas 
Scantling, M. T. 0. . 
Chancey, John J. . 
Burrows, David . . 
Williams, John W. . 
Daniel, Robert . . 
Keith, Sylvester 

Dest, 
Twaddle, John . . 
Miller, Henry F. . 
McDonald, Alex'der 
Barrett, Frank E. . 
Andrews, G. A. . . 
Aggregate, 



< 



Priv. 






21 
L9 
35 

21 

28 

L8Aug. 






. «' l'l. I'lCKUt, 

I 

i.wnJulr 
. Ill SUunion, « 

Or wound! at Baltimore, R 



9i. 

^.irbouriTille, V. I 

6 1863 At Gu 3' anJo " < '. f- v -. "■ 
10 



• At Lexington, Va., Jun- 
At Barboursville, Jan. - 



Return of Cant. Allen C. Masoi • ■ < . ofthelSth Regiment 

Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed I 
showing the a pany ontheWi day of 1 

together with a complete record of the changes that 
organization. 
(Signed.) Allek C. I pany. 



Rauk. 



When d 



. 



Mason, Allen C. . .Capt 2S Ap'l 6, 1864: 

Jones, John . . .1st Lt. _'_ 6, 

Darnell, Arthur W. 2d 1. 13, 

Gilpin, Joseph B. 

Sanders, C. D. . 

McMullin, William. 

Greer, Hugh J. . 

Sullivan, Daniel 

Entsminger, Isaac , 

Promt, Joseph B. . 

Edwards, Lewis 

Hawkins, Peter F. , 

Stewart, Elisha . . 

Riffle, Warren G. . 

Lewis, [Benjamin . 



Serg't, 




Feb. 28, 


u 


34 




II 


L9 


28, 


II 


18 




(I 


1> 




Corp'l, 


40 




i. 




28, 


.. 




28 


ii 


42 




ii 


34 






22 




i. 


21 


23, 



Wounded at Cedar Creek, < 



Wounded in action at Winchester, 
Julj 1 1 



362 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



• •'.'." Thirteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Names. 



Bank. 



When n 



Floyd, John H. . 
Brannon, Adam J. 
Berk?, Jesse . . 
Butcher, William 
Campbell, David 
Clendenen, S. H. 
Casto, Jacob . 
Casto, Isaac A. . 
Dalrymple, C. P. 
Darling, William H 
Billion, William J. 
Dillion, Charles . . 
Dillon, George P. . 
Elkins, Franklin 
Fife, Joseph W. . . 
Flowers, Thomas W 
Fisher, Andrew H. 
Ferguson, William 
Ferguson, A. L. . 
Fauver, Thomas D 
Garton, Stephen 
Greenlee, John M. 
Greenlee, George P 
Gaskins, Chas. T. 
Gorby, Alexander 
Glenn, George . 
Gibbs, John W. . 
Harrison, John L. 
Hays, George AV 
Hogg, John' T. . 
Hill, Andrew J. 
Hill, George W. 
Hyatt, William 
Jones, Newport 
Kile, Peter . 
Keefer, John B. 
Keefer,. Daniel 
Lewis, Isaac A. 
Lewis, Isaac J. 
Lee, William . 
Light, Lorenzo M 
Muybee, Munson W 
Maybee, James T. 
Mathery, Daniel B 
McCoy, Samuel E. 
Morris, Joab . . 
Null, James W. . 



Corp'l, 18 Feb. 28,180! 
Pnv. 



28, 

24 28, 

I- Ap'l 26, 
18 Feb. 28, 



Wounded in action at Winchester, 



Wounded at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19,64 



18 
18 

IS 
18 



28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 



2-2 Ap'l 26, 
18 Feb. 24, 



IS 


28, 


18 


28, 


18 


28, 


L8 


28, 


18 


28, 


18 


28, 


is 


28, 


is 


28, 


IS 


28, 


■21 


28, 


23 




IS 


28, 


L8 


28, 


L8 


28, 


is 


28, 


20 


28, 


2] 


28, 


is 


28, 


18 


28, 


•X) 


28, 


22 


28, 


l',i 


28, 


is 


28, 


^i 


28, 


18 


28, 


18 


28, 


20 


28, 


Is 


28, 


is 


28, 


15 


28, 


is 


28, 


36 


28, 


2'.» 


28, 



Wounded at Winchester, July 21, ct 
Taken prisoner uud paroled. 



Wounded at Lynchburg, June 18/64. 



Wounded at Lynchburg, June 18, '64. 



I Wounded at Winchester. Sep. 19, '61, 
I andat Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864. 



I Wounded at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19,'6» 



Wounded in action at Winchester. 

July 24, '6*. 
Wounded at Lynchburg, Juno 18, '61 

and at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, '64. 



Wounded at Winchester, July 24, '64. 
Prisoner and paroled. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 






Company "<?," Thirt* In/ miry— Continued. 



Nan • -. 



Bank. 



When m 






Null, Henry . , 
Noble, Anson 
Pierce, Indian . 
ion, John W. 
Piatt, Andrew . 
Rice, Richard 
Richard, George 
Runnion, Eliaa L. 
Ratlilf, James 
Riffle, Robert . 
Riffle, John W. . 
Stanley, Enoch . 
Sowards, Wm. W. 
Sneed, John W. . 
Smith, William J. 
Smith, Daniel 
See, William . . 
Thomas, Marion 
Teel, Adam A. . 
Vance, George M. 
Vance, Martellus 
Woodyard, M. E. 
"Woodyard, Is 

, Thomas W. 
Webster, James . 
Zirckel, William 

Died, 
Lewis, Robert A. 
Rule, William H. 
Shuler, Benj. F. . 
Sowards, William 

ins, William S. 
Wakely, Samuel 
Schmitter, Luke E 
Woods, Charles P. 
Sowards, Isaac M. 
Rayburn, Mack . 
Yeager, Nicholas 

Deserted, 
Hughart, Henry 

lure, Isaiah . 
Cook, Abner . . 
McGrew, John W 

Aggregate,— 



Priv. 



iCorp'l, 
ii 

Priv. 



18 
L8 
18 

is 
l'.i 
21 
is 
is 
IS 
18 
38 
18 

181 
18| 

20 
L8 
19 

is 
18 



Feb. 28 

28 

28 

28 

Ap'l 26 

Feb. 28 

28 

2S 

28 
June 2 

Feb. 28 



28 
28 

21 A] 

"b. 23 



18 



list Sgt 24 

Priv. _ 

" 



1864 






\ i , Sept. S. 






28, 

28, 



Would In action «' Winchester, 

Julv'.'i. 
Wounded Inaction at Cedar Creek, 

• 1364. 



Wounded in action at W 
July M, 



Killed at Winchester, Jul; 

ti at Charleston, Aug. 21, '64. 



: ! illtown, Aug. ■.' 
idedat B 



Died of acn 

it Winchester, J 
Of tvphoid fcror, at Baltimore, Md., 
, In hosp. while waiting muster In. 



Bis companr, at Gallipolls, O., July 

10, I 
His companr at Meadow Bh.IT, Va., 
Mar I > 

uiv at Charlestown, W. V., 
■ July - 

His companr. at Redhouse, W. V., 
Juir 1' 



.103 men. 



364 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of d 1 1 d. Wm. 1. Matthews' Company "H" of the 13th Regiment West 

7a. Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Va., showing the con- 

dii: l Company on the i\st day of December, 18(34, together with a 

complete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 

jned,) Wm. Perdue, 1st Lieut. Commanding Company. 






Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Matthews, William I 
Perdue, William 
Dunkle, Harvey 
Plybon, Jacob . . 
Rader, John II. . . 
Lowerv, David . . 
Crook," William M. 
Clark, Robert H. . 
Duke, John H. . . 
Elkins, James P. . 
Owens, Henry T. . 
Childers, George W. 
Wi aver, Samuel 
Ward, Demarcus 
Teel, Jacob H. . . 
Barbour, Francis M. 
Abott, James . . 
Alien, Andrew J. . 
Bench, John L. . . 
Blair, James 0. . . 
Blair, Joseph . . 
Canterbury, Joel F. 
Christian, James A. 
Cheuvront, M. T. . 
Coughenour, M. V. 
Crowfoot, Francis M 
Clark, William . 
Christian, Geo. W. 
Crowfoot, Wes. W. 
Dishmon, Samuel 
Drake, James M. 
Eaves, Alexander 
Elkins, Alexander 
Fought, Thomas 
Fuller, James M. 
Fuller, Hiram . 
Fuller, Stephen . 
Fuller, Stephen F. 
Fulwiler, Geo. W. 
1 '.miner, Peter A. 
Gordon, Samuel . 
Greathouse, Wm. II 
Green, George W. 
Ilackett, Jasper N. 



Capt., 
1st Lt. 
2d Lt,, 
IstSer 
2d " 
3d " 
4th " 
5th " 
1st Cor 
2d " 
3d " 
4d " 
5th " 
6th " 
7th " 
8th 
Priv 



Ap'l 



29 
28 

240ct. 

21 

2] 

181 
2. 

2-1 
19 
27 
is 
:M 
17 
IS 
19 
1! 
35 



Nov. 
Oct. 

Dec. 



29 
21 

2:. 

L9 

22 
22! 
17 
17 Nov 

17 . 

18 Dec. 
18 Oct. 
27 Dec. 

20 Oct. 
16 Feb. 
29 Oct. 
18 
21 
24 
18 
38 
25 Dec 

44 Oct. 

21 Dec 

22 



9 

2 

io! 

10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
25, 
10, 
10, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
25, 

11, 
10, 

11, 
10, 
27. 
0, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
26, 
10, 
11, 
11, 
10, 
11, 
11, 



1863 
1864 

1862 



Act'g Ass't Adg't Gen., Dejit. W. Va. 
Pro. 2d Lt.. Dec. 31, 1862. 



Wounded in right shoulder at Berry- 
rflle, Va., Sept. 13, 1861. 



In right leg at Cedar Creek 
I Oct. It), 1861. 

'Wounded in left log at lierrvvillo, 
I Sept. 3, 1864. 



I Slightly wounded in right side in 
i Putnam Co., Feb. 1, LSI 



iLeft sick at Staunton. Va., June 10, 

Wounded in right thigh at Cedar 
I Creek. Oct. 13, 1864. 

hot off )>v cannon ball at 
. Crock, Oct. 19. 1864. 
Wounded through both thighs at 

Winchester, Julj 24, 1864. 
Died from wounds received at Win- 
cheater, July 24, 1864. 



1863 Dc3erlcd Jul > "' l8 **i 

1862 ! . 



1863; 



Deserted Aug 23, 1864. At present 
waiting court martial. 



Deserted t'. S. ffosp., Gallipolis, O., 
Junel7. lMit. 

1863 _ 

1 8fi9 Slightly wounded in right heel at 
XOU*j Winchester. 



1864 
1863 
1862! 



1863 : 
1862 



Missing in action since J»i\ 24, 1884, 
at Winchester. 



1 1 t. 3, '64, returned Nov. 
11, '61. Awaiting sent. G. C. M. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "II." Thii tt a tinned. 

Remark 






I: 



Had; 

! [aysletl . John . 

11. I;' iM, 

Hobbs, Winfield S 
hinson, P 

Hooj 
Hutchinson. -I 
Irby. George W. 
Johnson. 
Johnson, < !hai 
Jolley. Andrew J. 
King, Rice . . 
Lawrence, I 
Lawrenc ■ 
McKelly, -lames 
iua R. 
. John T. 
Newman, Leroy 
Newcomb, 
Owens. James M 
Owens, Kdmon 
Paul, John !'.. 
Plybon.'J; 
Hay. Albert . 
Riggs, Jarriott 1 
Rutherford, Spencer 
Searls, Gideon . 
Shoemaker, Jacob 
Stewart. William 
Stump, Michael . 
Snider, John E. . 
Swanson, John W. 
Simmons. Nathaniel 
Shanks, Calvin < '. 
Sulivan, Loui- 
Taylor, Charles A. 
Taylor, Oliver . 
Thacker, Harrison 
Thomas, Reuben 
Tolbert, Archibald 
Turner, Geor_ 
Wooewiue, Henry 
Workman, Doliver 
Walker. Jam-. 
Steel. Amos . . 
Cartmill, James . 
Shannon, William 

46 






Serg't, 



21 

17 
2] 

3] 

L6 

L9 
2] 
L8 

_- 

26 
:> 
24 
18 

07 
L9 
2] 
33 
L9 
L8 
11 

19 

is 
18 
15 

2] 
18 

28 

is 

18 
18 

17 

18 

_ 



Dec. 
Jan. 

Oct. 

Ap'l 

Dec. 
Oct, 

July 
Oct, 
Feb. 

Oct. 
Oct. 



Dec. 
Oct. 

Nov. 
Feb. 

Ap'l 
Dec. 

Oct, 
Dec. 
Oct. 



Dec. 
Ap'l 

Jan. 
Ap'l 
Oct. 



11. 
10, 

11. 

LI, 

L0, 

1". 

.> 

ill 

L0, 
10, 

L0, 

27, 

1". 

L0, 

1", 

1", 
10, 
11. 
11, 
1", 
L0, 
11, 

27, 

27, 

11. 
11, 

11, 
1", 
10, 
10, 

11. 

6, 
26, 
10, 






1863 



1863 
1862 

<. 
1862 



- 



a riqlit arm, ullghl. 

Deserted in Feb. 






1862 



1863 
1864 
1863 



. 



1. 13ih W.f. V.l. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company '•//." ThirteenfhRegiment Infantry— Continued. 



■ 






When m 
intoBervice. 



Remarks. 



[saac . . . Priv. 
M Peter 

1 1 . . " 
lue, Monterville " 
Murphy, Jacob H. . 
Winegar. James . . " 
- P. . " 
pton Taylor W. I 'apt. 
'ol.l, Oliver W. 1st Lt 
Zannison. Albert C. Priv. 
Aggregate, 



L8 



28 



Ort 10 1 - 

in u i< wounds, Sept. B, I 

1 

i i I (< Killed in action at Winchester. Sen 

XU, u , i- 

1 A i. 2, 1862. 

J U ly './ " «• " Ap-19,18«. 

T)pO 11 1 R0° ni "''' '' '' l " ■li~;il>nity, June 20, 186t 

11 

Jan. 



Died Oct. 28, 'I 
:it Wincbi ta 1 1 I 19, 1864. 

6, 180:; Res'dMar. 10, '63. 

C (l Killed in: 



IP) Dec 14 ISC)"' DiBCn ' db y eivil authority, Jone 20, 

101 men. 



Return of Capt Win. E. FeazeVs Company "J," of the Thirteenth Regiment 
West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Virginia, 

showing the condition of .said Company on the llth day of December, 1st. I. 
together with a complete retard of the changes that have taken place since its 
organization. 



Names. 



Bank. 



When in 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Feazel, Wm. E. 



Darnel, Peter . 
Shannon, Wm. . 
Davis, John H. . 

:r_ r . Robert L. 
Ernest W. 

.. 'lames II. . 
Young, John A. . 
Brown, Blihu 
White, John J. . 
Forbush, James J. 
t lowan, .I.iincs . 
bert 

'.n. Joseph . 
Rader, Lewie A. 
Reeves, Wm. P. 
Atkin.-, John . . 
A. hley, John R, 

a M". 
But hi i John T. 
Burn . Wm. \V. . 
Boyd, Ewell . . 



Capt. 



1st Lt. 
2d Lt., 
1st Ser 
Serg't, 



( iorp'l, 



Priv. 



39 Dec. 24, 1863 



4G Dec. 
32 

22 July 
22 
lSOct. 

19 July 
28 

19,' 

18 

32 

2] 

2S 

is 

18 

L8 0ct. 

20 Feb. 
L8Aug. 

23 Feb. 
21 

26 Aug. 
26 Feb. 



Feb. 

July 
Sept 
July 



25, 
24, 
26, 
26, 
6, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
28, 

26, 
16, 
26, 

6, 
28, 

8, 
28, 
28, 

8, 
28, 



1863 



Mustered Into the ISth W. Va. Vol. 
Inf., July 19, l-ivj. as 2d Lt and 
Recruiting officer, and ■ 
duty in Co. C, 
:t> tsl Lt. '■.■mil B ! 
1. 1863, ai .Co. 

Dec. 24, I 

l . ISth W. V: . 

.11 

• i, li ni 2d l.i. ('". 
I, 13th Reg. ff.V.V. I, i 



W'.nmded In netion at Winchester, 
July 21, 1861. 



1864 
1863 



1864 

1864 

1863 
1864 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S RE] i 






Company "/."' ThirU Infantry — Continued. 









Wm. R. 

. I 
Brown, Charles 
Brown, i leo. E. 
Cremeans, Wm, 1 1 

John W. 
Cobb, Joseph M 
Cobb, All.' 
Cobb, John M. 
Cobb, 

Cruse, John T. 
Cobb, William 
Cook, Benjamin W. 
ford, AbramW 
Davis, Wm. G. . 
Davis, Samuel H. 
England. Wm. P. 
England, Jul. 
Ferguson, James 
Ferguson, Jesse 
Hill. David A. . 

. Wm. 0. . 
Hinds, Lehu . 
Hageley, Harrison 
Hageley, Joseph 
Herman, D. Holly 
Holly, Josiah 
Johnson, James 
Jackson, X. M. 
Lowe, Irvin . 
Mannan, Geo. W 
Martin. Andrew 
Mooney, Jan. 
Moore, Hendei 

rackson 
McOlaskey, Floyd 

house, John S 
Porter, John . . 
Piatt, Benjamin . 
Peyl lette 

Riley, Elijah E. . 
Ribling, John 
Roberts, John . 
Snider, Hiram G. 
Smith, Josiah 
Snider, David M. 
Strickland, L 
Strickland, S. M. . 



Priv. 






. 



v. 25 
ilv 

■ 

L8 Aug. 

IS Oct. 
11 Mar. 
ly 10 

30 Ju 
21 

44 Feb. 28 
28 
25 Ji ' 

22 25 

25 

i. G 
1- 6 

IS July 26 
23 

fc. G 
21 1' 

IS Oct. 6 

20 Jul 

31 X 

25 

21 Jk 

lov. 

L9 



L8 






1863 

CI 

1864 

1863 
1864 
1863 



L864 
1863 



1864 

L864 

1863 

ii 



. 



at II»II- 
town, Au,j. •.'«, 'M. 



Slightly « '. vr Creek, 



■ 



Capt'd it Cedar Creek, O 



Wounded at Ccdnr I 

Captured on return from Lynchburg. 



' 



'i action ai Wi 
July .. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "I." Thirl.' nth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



' 



Bank. 



When mustered 



Remarks. 



Slieth, John W. . . Priv. 

Win. . " 
Strickland. David S. 
Strickland. Win. L. 
Still, Geo. W. . . 
Smith, Thomas . . 
iples, John . . 
Taylor, John M. . 
'Puller, Rezin P. . 
Tully, Sandy ... 
Truslow, James . 
White, Eenderson . 
William?, Sanford . 
Ward, James W. . 
Young, David R. . 

Discharged, 
Lunsford. James E. 

Died, 
Davis. Thomas W. . ' 
Fad eldy, John . . p 
Piatt, John . 
Riley, John V. . . Priv. 

Slieth, James C. 
Steel, Samuel 
Shown, Samuel 
Tulley, Floyd 
Whitham, Philip . 
Whittington, John . 
Deserted^ 
q, John . . 
. Manas.-. 

!. Joseph . 
Whittington, Jas. A. 
Whittington, W. II. 
Johnson, Wm. 1 ! . . 
Kirl.v, Thomas . . 



18 

L9 

■1\ 

18 
L8 

18 

ii 
18 
18 

35 

18 
22 



July 26 
26 

July 26 
26 
26 
26 

July 26 

Oct. 6 
July 26 



3861 



1864 
1863 



L8 Nov. 25, 



24 July 
i 18 Oct. 

IS July 

20 Aug. 

L8 Feb. 

18 

18 Nov. 

L9 ! July 



28, 

26, 
6, 



Wounded :it Winchester, Sep. 19, '64, 



For disability . in 0, s. Eospital, 
Gallipolis, <>., June IT, 1864. 

1 Qfi_L I" r - P - Hosp., Gallipolis, o., of iy- 

XOU-±i p] loil ] ,, [,;, 

1 QfiO In IT. S. II" r . ' '"'■ '. M.I.. 

1 ' "•' .if consumption. Not. 
u In l'. s. ii.. p., BarbourOT ille, \V. V. 

March 29, 1864. 
i . Killed in actio i oi . I s . 

1864, Cabletown, va., under com- 
Capt. Blazer. 
in u. s. Sosp., Annapolis, Bid., of 
typhoi 1864. 

u In U. - ! l*ii., of tvphoid 

Sept. '-':. 1864. 
1 QfiJ. I" l "- 8. Hosp., Gallipolis, (>., or ty- 
J.OU-± pUoid iv v ,.,. ,,; 

ii Killed at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, '64. 



8, 

28, 
28, 

cyr. 1 QgQ iu v. s. Hosp., U I 

26] 



. ■ ■■ ■ . ■ 

chronic diarrhoea. 



26 

29 

18 

l.s 

18 

18 Nov. 26, 

20 July 26, 



26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 



1864. 
M Camp Piatt, W.V., Ha 

. 'I, is 26 1864. 



At DoRwood G;ip, W. V. 11 
At Guyandotte I 



Aggregate 10? 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S RE] 






h E. Mc( l\." T/t< * 

Infantry Volu 
of said 
ph 

i-ii E. M< l 









\ 



Mi i !oy, Joseph E 

ningham, Wm. P 1 

ihn M. . 2d Lt. 

-t Sgt 
\lvin . 

len, John . 

i, George . . 1' 
Hawkins, Benjamin 5th " 
!orp'l, 
im . . 
Harrison, Jeremiah 
Rayburn, ( rriffin 
McG 

Jividen, Elias . . " 
William.-, James 
Ashley, Thorn ) . l'riv. 
. 
gges, John A. 
. Dotte, Ellott 
Bostiek, Alexander 
Casto, David . . . 
Casto, Jonathan 
Casto, E 
Casto, Job II . 
Feran, William P 
Green, Leonard 

r, Charles 

e, Isaac M. 
Gray, Pai i 

.. Newton W. 
Hunter, Andrew J. 
Harper, Robert 
Hunter, Wm. M 
Harrison, Thoma 
Harrison, John 
Hill, George A. 
Hill, John W. 
Higginbotham, J. S. 
Harper, Jordan 
Hill, Daniel . 
Hill, Johnson 
Hunt, John M. 









10 

_•>, LOW 

_ 
_ 

3, 



i 

17 

17 

18 

21 Oct. 
4 i Mar. 
L8 

17 Nov. 

L8 

26 Oct. 

32 Mar. 

L8 









ni 

- 
363 

_ 

11, 1864 _ 

3, 1- 



o 



in right jaw. 1 





















- 



11, 



1S64 






ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ••/." Thirteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






Tj».,ir i When mi - 
int.. 



rison, Joseph . Priv. 
0. . 
Hum B. . . 

Hill, Charles M. . 
Harrison, David 
Hill, Elijah . . . 
Jividen, Jonathan . 
Kessell, Abraham . 
Lanham, John W. . 
Lanh: bam . 

William . . 
Mundav, John R. . 
William T. 
ire, John F. . 
Martin, Moses . . 
McDermot, Geo. R. 
Putney, Robert W. 
Rhoades, Joseph 
Raues, Joseph M. . 
Shaver, John . . 
Snyder, Michael 
Stevenson, Henry C. 
Stover, George W. . 
Slaughter, David S. 
Smith, George W. . 
Skidmore, Archibald 
Taylor, James II. . 
r, James A. . 
Thomas, Peter I'. . 
Thornton, William . 
Thornton, John . . 
Thompson, John H. 
r, James 0. . 
Taylor, William P. 
Todd, l-.iac N. . . 
Warn i . . 

Warner, Burwell S. 
1 1 an . 
k . . 
Walker, Daniel S. . 
Walki r, Daniel M. 
Walker, Geo. W. . 
Warner, Thomas 
l'i. charged. 

. . Oapt. 
Earper, W. W. . . 2d Lt. 
Wilson, James . . i " 



Remarks. 



26 

21 
29 
36 
L8 
21 
18 
18 
25 
17 
43 
18 
in 
18 
18 
22 
i:> 
29 
IT 
IT 
:;n 
19 
L8 

26 

■_>■_ 

1'.' 
L8 
18 
LS 
23 
M 
19 
18 
11 

18 
26 
21 
1 3 
26 
L8 



Mar. 
Oct. 



28, 1864 
3, 1863 



Nov. 



:;car Berrvvillc, Va., Aug. 



Mar. 
Nov. 

Mar. 
Oct. 

Nov. 



Oct. 



Nov, 



Mar 



Oct. 



Nov. 
Oct. 
Mar. 
Nov. 

Oct. 

Mar. 
Oct. 



Mai- 



18, 1864 
25, 1863 
25, " 
28, 1864 
3, 1863 
25, " 
. " 
25, " 
25, " 
25, " 



3, '< 
25, " 
25, " 
25 " 
28^ 1864 
11, " 

11, " 

3, 1863 
3, " 

25, " 
25, " 

3, " 

3 " 
ll| 1864 
11, " 

1863 
25, " 

3, " 
28, I 

3, 1863 



Wounded at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, '61 



Slight wound in left hand nu'i thigh 
at Winchester, July 21, 



Slight wound in right hip I 
.lor at Winchester, Julj 21, IBM. 



Wounded a* Cedar Creek, I 
right hip and shoulder, severe 



Severe wound in right shoulder, at 
Winchester, July 2*,] 



O, " 

28, 1864 



Slightly wounded in right arm at 
Winchester, Sept. 1(1, i 



Captured near Martinsburg, W. V., 
July 25, 1861. 



Not known. For dis., Oct. IS, '01. 
An'l 2 L864 ''"'• n,: 'i' hiini:!ihKc «-. -M' 1 -- ,;| - 

"Wrtf lmonm For .lis., ( >,t . \ T,l. l'i ,>. frnin I '..in. 

Scrg'i i::ih Keg., vice W. M. Hal • 
pet promoted. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPO 
Company ••/.'" Thirt Infantry I 



371 





i 






Hick- I ■■ . . 


Priv. 


E 




Hyatte, Albert . . 


(i 






ii 


Jaynes, A ... 


ii 




Mar. 














Harper, Epperson . 


a 


40 


1863 




.:. 


a 




25, " 




8 . 


a 


26 


. " 


■ 


Moore, Wilson . . 




L8 




■I 


' 


i. 




Mar. 11. 




Hill, Jesse L. . . 


ii 


11, " 




r, Elmore . . 


a 




Oct. 


■ 


.-, Elvin . . 


ii 




Ap'l 16, 




ing in Action 










Harper, Andrew J. 


it 




1863 




Hill, Elijah . . . 






•' 




Pantl 


i . 




. " 


.. 


Wilson C. . . 






Oct. 3, " 


ii ii i. 












Boswell, Willi 


Priv. 




Mar. 28, 1864 


July 11. J 


y, Elvin . . 


it 




Ap'l 


Sept. 2 






10G men. 





Memoranda : — The 13th ifantry was orga- 

nized with 8 companies at Point Pleasant, Va,, October 10, 1 - 
On the 10th of Nov. 1862, Companies A,B f D,andG, under command 
of Lt. Col. Hall, were ordered to Winfield, Putnam Con 
where they remained until January 28, 1863, when Compai 
ordered to Coalsmouth, Kanawha County. 
A, B, D and H, were ordered toHu »e, and on 

of March were attacked by a rebel force under Gen. Jenkins, num- 
bering about 1000, and the surrender of this detachment deman 
which was refused by Capt. J. W. Johnson, commanding ; a battle 
ensued which lasted above five hours, when the rebels withdrew, 
leaving four men wounded. In this engagement the detachment 
lost four men killed and three wounded. The conduct of Captain 
Johnson, and his little comma). I uly gallant. 

After abandoning the attack at Hurricane Bridge, the enemy 
proceeded to Point Pleasant, where another portion of the ] 
was stationed, attacked that place, but finding that he could not 
take it, retreated on the 30th, sustaining a loss of 70 men inch; 
six others; the loss to the Regiment was two killed and three woun- 
ded, among the latter Lt. N. N. Hawkins, severely in the shoulder. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

The Regiment remained in the Kanawha Valley, making hard 
inarches, and being engaged frequetly in skirmishes with the enemy, 
until July I 7th, when the Regiment was ordered to Gallipolis, Ohio, 
in pursuit of the reb :al John Morgan, then on his raid 

through Ohio ; from Gallipi ordered to Pomeroy, and about 

two n i that place I rere skirmish with the enemy; 

thence to Buffington Island, whore, on the 19th of July, a general 
engagement took place, resulting in the defeat of Morgan and the 
capture of about 800 prisoners ; -in this engagement this Regiment 
was actively engaged ; thence pursued him to the Big Hocking 
i , returning to Point Pleasant July 21st; thence Aug. 1st, 1863, 
barleston, remaining in the Kanawha A'alley until the "22nd. of 
May, 180-1. In the latter part of 1863, Company K was organized, 
and on the 22nd day of February, 1864, Company G was mustered 
into service, having been recruited to supply the place of Company 
i r, which was claimed by the 11th W. Va. Infantry, and was, by an 
order of the War Department, permanently assigned to that Regi- 
ment. About the same time, Company I. was completed and mus- 
tered in, thus completing the organization of the Regiment. 

On the 27th day of May, 1S64, the Regiment arrived at Meadow 
Bluffs, Va., and was assigned to the 1st Brigade, 2nd Division of 
teral Crook's command, and proceeded with it to Staunton. Va., 
joining the forces under General Hunter, on the Sth of July, and 
moved with his command in his expedition against Lynchburg, be- 
ing frequently engaged in skirmishing with the enemy, with slight 
loss to the Regiment; arriving at Lynchburg on the evening of the 
17th, participated in the engagement on the 18th ; thence in 
the retreat to the Kanawha River, arriving at Camp Fiatt on the 
29th of June, 1864; thence with General Hunter's army via Par- 
kersburg and Grafton, to Martinsburg, W. A 7 a.. arriving on the 16th 
of July ; thence via Charlestown, Berryville and Winchester, to 
Kernstown, skirmishing with the enemy at each of said places, 
taking an active part in the battles of Kernstown and Winchester, 
24th, losing 12 killed, 51 wounded, and 26 missing ; among 
L, the Lieut. Col., J. R. Hall, severely, Capt. Simon 
Williams, and 1st Lieuts. James W. 1 lamia and Joseph E. McCoy, 
i Winchester, covered the retreat to Martinsburg, being en- 
gaged at that place on the 25th ; thence to Harper's Ferry ; thence 
through a portion of Maryland after the rebel General McCausland, 
returning to Harper's Ferry on the Sth of August ; thence proceed- 
ed up the Valley with the army of West Virginia, under General 
Crooks, in rmy of the Shenandoah, under General Sheridan. 

Returning to Charlestown, Aug. 21, Lvely engaged skirmish- 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

ing all day, losing two men killed and one wounded; thence to 
Halltown, - in the engagement at that place 

losing one man killed and nine wounded . thence to Berryville, 
being actively engaged in the battle on the 3d of Sept., losing 15 

men wounded. 

Was very actively and meritoriously engaged in the battles of I 
Opequan and Winchester, September 19th, being in se 
gallant charges made by the Division commanded by Colonel (n 
Brig. Gen.) Duval, losing 3 killed and 22 wounded the 

killed was Oapt. (Ireenberry Slack, of Company A, and 1st Lieut. 
Lovell C. Ray burn, of Company B, both brave and gallant ofiicers ; 
among the wounded was Capt. (now Lt. Col.) Milton Stewart, of 
Company B ; following the retreating army up the Valley, partici- 
pated in the battle of Fisher's Hill, on the 22nd, having one killed 
and eleven wounded. Was engaged in the great battle of Cedar 
Creek, on the 19th of October, losing 9 men killed and 33 wound 
among the killed was the Lieut. Col., James R. Hall, while gallantly 
leading his men. Col. Hall had just returned to the Regiment, not 
yet entirely recovered from his wound received on the 24th of July, 
at Winchester. 

The Regiment is now stationed at Cumberland, Maryland. 

Distance marched during the campaign, 1,437 miles. 

By Railroad and Steamboat, 538 

Total, 1,9 

Casualties in the Regiment (hiring the year. 

Killed, and died of wounds received in action, 47 

Died of disease, 35 

Wounded in action, 168 

Total 250 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT W. VA. INFANTRY. 

Return of Capt. Jacob Smith's Company "A," ofthel-Wi Regiment 
Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Virginia, 

showing the condition of said company ontheJMh day of Decern 
together with a complete recordofthe change* that 
organization, 

,.«/.i ]■:. 1,. Wads, 2dLt. Commanding Company. 



Kank. 



When i 



Remarks. 



Smith, Jacob 
Wade, Elijah L. 
Davis, Austin N. 
47 



Capt., 37 Aug. 23, 1862 



2d Li 

lists 



25, 1864 
23, 1862 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "A," Fourteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Names. 



When mustered 



Remarks. 



Trough, Martin V. 
Bond, Thomas . . 
Russell, Samuel . . 
Nicholson, Wm. A. 
Brown, Benjamin L. 
Snider, Lemuel C. . 
Hoovy, James M. R. 
Willis, William . . 
Abu, John L. . . . 
Parks, Samuel C. . 
Britton, Joseph L. . 
Freeman, Thomas . 
Ash, Adam . . . 
Barker, AVilliam 
Cumberlidge, Simon 
Clyce, George . . 
Criss, Isaac . 
Davis, Granville IT. 
Davis, William R. . 
Duckworth, John H. 
Dennison, Lewis M. 
Doake, Clinton . . 
Davis, Benjamin F. 
Ellefritts, Enoch F. 
Fox, George W. . . 
Fox, James S. . . 
Fleming, Thomas J. 
Frasure, Moses T. . 
Gain, John F. . . 
Holliday, Thomas E. 
Hardesty, Samuel . 
Husk, George W. . 
Jordan, John F. . . 
Knight, Alexander 
Kinney, Snowden S. 
Knight, II. S. . . 
Knight, Michael . 
M' ■' 'lary, John . . 
Maulsby, William J. 
Maxon, Cornelius . 
Magill, Thomas W. 
Nicholson, David EL 
Nicholson, Benjamin 
Nicholson, Henry 0. 
Nicholson, Ambrose 
Nutter, Willis E. . 
Null, George- W. . 



Serg't, 



Corp'l, 



Priv. 



Aug. 



Nov. 
Aug. 



Aug. 

Ap'l 
Aug. 



1862 



Prisoner in hands of rebels. 



A prisoner in hands of rebels. 



1863 
1862 



In confinement at Wheeling, under- 
going sentence G. C. M. 



Prisoner of war. 
Prisoner of war. 



Prisoner of war. 

<( I! (( 



Recruit. Prisoner in hands of rebels. 



23, 1862 
23, " 
18, 1864 
23, 1862 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 
23, 



At Annapolis, Md. Paroled. 



Wounded and capt'd at Winchester, 
July 24, 1H64. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ".I." Fourteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 






N kin -. 






Roberts, Levi . . Priv. 
Richards, Samuel . 
Richards, Jaines 
Richards, Jesse M. 
Richards, Lemuel . 
Russell, James II. . 
Ruley, Flavins J. . 
.Snider, Arnold C. . 
Seeders, Jesse . . 
Seeders, John T. . 
Swiger, Lafayette . 
Smith, Harvey . . 
Smith, Hiram . . 
Sheets, Jacob . . 
Sutton, Israel W. . 
Stout, Zadoc . . . 
Stout, Joseph . . 
Smith, Thomas J. . 
Thomas, George W. 
"Weekley, John . . 
Williams, Eleazer . 
Williams, Isaac . . 
Williams, Israel 
Wilcox, Daniel W. . 
Walker,_Samuel J. . 
Welch, James . . 
Welch, Benjamin ■ . 
Weekley, Solomon . 

Dischar[: 
Davis, Eli .... 
Dennison, Jonah J. 
Fox, William . . 
Kinney, David W. . 
Roberts, Leonard . 

hied, 
Lewis, William W. 
Greene, William P. 
Ashburn, Amajiah . 
Duckworth, James 
Bogard, John R. 
Allen, John J. . . 
Davis, Riley, Gr. 
Davis, Eastbourn A. 
Davis, Eli F. . . 
Duckworth, Uriah B 
Dennison, James H. 
Hutson, John . . 
Morris, George M. . 



Fifer. 
Priv. 



2d Lt, 
Priv. 



IstLt., 

Priv. 

Serg't, 

Priv. 

Corp'l, 

Priv., 



Win li I 

into m 



Remark*. 



Aug. 



Mar. 
Ap'l 
Aug. 





1862 




. 




it 




ii 




" 


23, 


.. 


23, 


•• 


23, 


i . 


-•>, 


it 


23, 


ii 


23, 


a 




a 




" 


23, 


ii 


23, 


a 


23, 


ii 


3, 


1864 


18, 


(( 


23, 


1862 


23, 


ii 


23, 


ii 


23, 


" 


23, 


ii 



Ap'l 
Aug, 



Xot 
Aug 



23, 
23, 

23, " 
18, 1864 

1862 
23, " 

22, " 

23, " 



23, " 
mustered 
.23, 1862 

23, 

23, " 
23 

23, " 

23, '■ 

23, " 

23, " 



Wounded and Ml In enemy* band.. 
probably dead. 

Prisoner of war. 



Recruit. 



Prisoner of war. 



hout leave sine 



Ah-ent without leave sin ■: 



Records lost ; dale unknown. 



ease. 

Nov.' 1. '84, of wounds ree'd at Fish- 

I 

In hands of rebels. 



Of disease, at home. 

Killed at Greenland Gap, Ap'l 25, 63 

From accidental cut on the knee. 

Oot.ll. I8B4. Of wound* ree'd at Ce- 
dar Creek, Sept. IS 
In hands of enemy, date unknown. 

Of disease, I ■ 

In hands of encn. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ".I." Fourteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 





Bank! 


i 
St 
< 


When inn-' 

lUtOBiH ll • . 


Remarks. 


Ison, Madison 


Priv. 


23 


A. lcr cyo 1 QCO In hosp., Camp Parole, MJ. 


Smith. James S. 


( t 


2] 


23, " 


ii Romney, Va. 


Thoma-. Abraham . 


(< 


30 


23, " 


Killed lit Winchester, Sept. 19, 1864. 


Thomas, Joseph N. 


" 


27 


23, " 


B, at New Creek. 


' rrove . 


it 


■is 


23, » 


Killed in action at Cloyd Mountain, 


ley, George W. 


Corp'l, 


L8 


23, " 


, at Baltimore, Md., Sept. 
24, 1884. 


ley, Richard . 


Priv., 


12 


23, " 


Killed in action at Cloyd Mountain, 
1884. 


Williams, Solomon . 


(< 


18 


23, » 


Killed "ii >cuut, Nov. — , 1864. 


Finley, Da\ id . . 


" 


35 


23, " 


Of disease, at New Creek, Nov. 27, 
1862. 


Aggregate, 


105 men. 



Return of Capt. John />. Elliott's Company "-B," of the \Uh Regiment West 
\'ii. Infantry Volunteers, stationed (it Camp Russell, Va., showing the con- 
dition of said Company on the 1st day of December, 1864, together ic it h a 
complete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 
(Signed,) Johx D. Elliott, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 



Bank. 



\\ hi 11 muBten d 
into sei'\ ice. 



Elliott, John D. . . 
Jeffers, John M. . 
Bennett, Allen . . 
Crane, John C. . . 
Grimes James F. 
Bennett, George L. 

oil, Geo. W. . 
M'Kenney, Jos. J. . 
A -liluirn, James C. . 
Soul herin, William. 
Titchinell, Simon B. 
Myers, John . . . 

er, John . . 
Orr, Miles H. . . 
Pringly, John . 
Pell, Hunter H. . 

»es, William T. 
Williams, John . . 

iff, John H. . 
! 1). . 

lew, Noah . . 

• lobun, Marcellua H, 

.a James M. . 

< Irane, Martin L. . 

Casteel, William H. 

3, Jesse A. . . 
Chiles, James W. . 



Capt. 
1st Lt. 

IstSgt 

2d 

3d 

4 th 

5th 

Corp'l, 



Mus'n, 

ii 

Priv. 



Apl 12, 
12, 

Aug. 25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
25, 



1SG4 Pro. from 1st Lt. 
2d Lt, 

lOCf) Appd from Serg't, May 10, 1864. 
Appd from Corp'l, May 10, 1864. 



Wounded at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19,'C4 

I.i'K amputated. 
Appd from Private, May 10, 1864. 



Capt'd at Cloyd Mountain, May 10, '64 



(Founded and capt'd at Cloyd Moun- 

1 Ml, \|;H III. 1-1)1. 

Straggled and enpt'd at Cliu i M.miii- 
tain. Mm 10. 1884. 

Straggled ami capt'd at Clovd Moun- 
tain, «:iv in, l-iil. 
Straggled and oapt'd at Cloy. I Moun- 
iuccd to rauks. Mm I0,'64. 
Straggled and capt'd at Oloyd Moun- 
tain, May Hi. ill. Bed'd from Corp 
and oapt'd at Gloyd. Moun- 
tain, Mai in, 1S64. 



PANT GENERAL'S K I TORT. 






Company •■/:," Fourteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 









\\ 'In ii 






Chidester, Wm, II. 
Dill, Henry . . 
Dill, John . . . 
Douglass, Wm. 11. 

urn, Robert L. 
Field, Wm. P. . 

ber, Daniel C. 
Feather, Adam II. 
Feather, John B. 
Greathouse Thomas 
Felt on, James W. 
Felton, Joseph B. 

donee, John 
Gower, John . . 
Graham, James . 
Hileman, B. . 
Holmes, Calvin A. 
Holmes, S. A. W. 
Hartley, Henry A. 
Liston, John T. . 
Linhart, Aaron . 
McCawley, James 
McKinney, Elisha 
Minear, Amos J. 
Minear, Samuel B. 
Minear, Wm. C. . 
Morris, David Y. 
McMannis, Joseph . 
Metheny, George 
Porter, Nicholas 
Par n ell, John A. 
Rodeheaver, Charle 
Runner, Wm. D. 

., Edward 1 ►. 
Ridenour, Wm. M. 
Smith, John H. . 

»rd, Wm. H. 
Stuck, Alexander M 
Titchinell, M. 3. 
Trowbridge, Preston 
Vandervort, A. A. 
Wilhelm, Jacob . 
Whitehair, Fydala 
Wolf, Christian A. 
Wright, Henry H. 
Watson, John 



Priv. 



32 A ' 






25, 

25, 
25, 

25, 

25, 
25, 

25, 

i> 

25, 
25, 



1 12, 
ig.25, 

b. 23, 

_ 

21 

25, 
20 Feb. 2 

20 A i. 



1864 

ii 

1864 
1S62 



1863 



Straggled and rapi'd »t C 

May 10,64 



- 

vl Moan- 
-haiigod. 
Stragg'edaud capi'd »t 01 

Wounded " 

Btnfftod 



Straggled and capt d al Cloyd Mt. 
Twice wounded ilnce enlistment. 



<tlthoul leave. 



ind captd at Cloyd Mt., 
1884. 

Wounded Aug 2 



Absent without leave. 

Iu arrest for absence without leave. 



Straggled and capt d at I 

Straggled and captd at Cloyd Mt., 
May 10, 1864. 



: .nd captd at Clovd Mt. 



Straggled and capt d at I 

Straggled and eapfd at Clovd Mt. 
May 10. ;- ■ wrank*. 



Wounded at Cedar Creek. Oct. 19, '64 



nnd capt'd at ■ 
May 10, MM. 



Wounded at Fluber - * Hill, Sep. 71,6* 
and left with enemy. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Complin,/ ••/!." Fourteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






Zinn, Sailor M. . . 
Disi harged, 

Clinton, Jefl'ers . . 

. . . 

ii, John A 
Tn 

ioff, John W. 
I 'icd, 
Freeland, And. J. 
Calvert, Ja-per . 
Albright, Francis 
Hewitt Elisha, . 
Albright, Simon 
Freeland, John A. 
Greathou;--', W'm. 
Criss, Isaac M. . 
Elsey, William W 
Field, David . . 
Cassady, Jehu . 
Douglass, And. J. 
Aggregate. 



Bank. 



W1i.ii i,i 

Into - 



Remarks. 



Priv. 


27 


Capt. 

Corp'l. 
Priv. 


36 

1-1 


Corp'l, 
Priv. 


19 
20 


K 


30 


<( 




u 


21 


it 


19 


<( 


20 


<( 


19 


<i 


29 


Corp'l. 
Priv. 


20 


(! 


1! 


(< 


21 


It 


•'■' 



25, 1862 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 



Straggled and capt'd at Clovd ML, 
May LO, 

uee of G. C. M., 
Mar. 1. 1864. 

For disability, at Grafton, Mar. 12, 
For disability, at Grafton, A 



To 16th Va. Reg., Jan. 16, '63. 
Pro. to Ser. Maj. 14th Reg., March 18 



Sept 22, 1802, at Portland, Va., ol 

Oct. 11, 1662, at Clarksburg, of ap- 

Of fever, at Xew Creek, Dec. — , '62. 

< < u I ( July 5, '63. 

Of heart disease, at Rom: n 

6, l-i,:;. 
Of wounds, at Burlington, Nov. IT, 

1863. 
Of chronic diarrhoea, at Petersburg, 

9, 186*. 
Killed in action at Cloyd Mt., May 

9,1864. 
May 24, '64, of wounds received at 
9, 1864. 

received at 

Cloyd Mt., May 9, 1864. 
Mav 25, 1861, of wounds received nt 

CloydMt., May 9, 1864. 
At Harper's Ferry, of wounds ree'd 

in action. 



.91 men. 



rn of Capt- Oliver P. Jollies Company "C," Will Regiment West 
Virginia Volunteer Infantry stationed at Camp Russell, showing the con- 
dition of said company on the \bfh day of December, 1864, together with a 
complete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 
{Signed,) OLIVER P. JOLLIFFE, Capt. commanding Company. 



Names. 



Jolliffe, Oliver P. . 

Bishop, John W. . 

Holland, Isaac N. . 

. . 

y . . 

i Ham . . 

Jolliffe, James F. . 

md, John A. . 

I. uili.un, I 

McKee, Rawley < '. . 
Devault, Ashabel G. 
Snowdon, Win. II. . 
William W. . 
Morgs I j. 

ell, James T. . 



Kank. 



Capt., 
1st Lt. 
2d Lt., 
1st Ser 
Serg't, 



Corp'l, 



When muBteri d 
Into service. 



Remarks. 



Aug. 25 


18G2 




it 


25 


n 


25 


u 


25 


i . 


25 


<( 


25 


K 


25 


(i 


25 


<( 


25 


C( 


25 


(t 


25 


tt 


25 


(1 


25 


It 


25 


1. 



i from Ser. Major, 
al Burlington, Va. 
Pro. to 2d Lt., Aug, 17, '63. 

Pro. to 1st Serg't, Mar. 15, 'G4. 



Pro. to Serg't, Aug. 17, '63. 

Mar. 16, '64. 



Pro. from Corp'l, Feb. 4, 1863. 
t. tt it ti 
it ii Aug. 18, 1863. 



it Nov. 1,1861. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company tl C," F 'ment Infantry— Con\ 






\ imi -. 












in, Wm. !l. 

Williamson, J. B. 
McElroy, Samuel 

in, Joseph . 

in, Henrj 

Ashcraft, Dan 
Boyd, John 

oil, William 
Conn, Garrett 

Lindsey 
Eaglen, Edward G 
Fredericks, Jacob 
Fletcher, Benjamin F 
Frum, Samuel B. 
Fetty, David C. . 
Grim, John . . 
Harden, Thomas D 
Hale, Morgan B. 
Hardman, Henry W 
Howell, John 11. 
Howell, Charles G 
Jolliffe, William R 
Jolliffe, John M. Br 
Jolliffe, John M. ji 
Jolliffe, Alpheus 
Jacobs, Jacob 
Jenkins, Eugenius 
Kidwell, Franklin C 
Kerns, Nathan . 
King, Henry Jl. 
King, George W. 
Kisner, Jefferson 
Lemons, Joseph F^ 
rman, Wm. L. 

pie, Ezekiel 
M< Klroy, Daniel 
McCosh, Nathaniel 
Price, Michael . 
Prickett, Wm. 11. 
Prickett, Bichard W r 
Russler, Christopher 
Spencer, Thomas P 
Spencer, Caleb D, 
Steele, Alpheus . 
Smith, Jam* 
Smith, Thomas H 
Springer, Asa D. 



Drum i 
Priv. 

19 Mar. 

20 

47 

22 Feb. 

" 21 
M 
1'.' Mar. 

22 



21 

S 

24 
-• 

10 
20 

20 

22 
2] 

19 
21 



Jan. 







11 












1" 










it 




■I 




ii 




1864 








< . 


111 


1864 




































25 












25 






























25 
















































































25 












27 


















25 













Must ruit. 

a recruit, 
■ruit. 



ruit. 



3S0 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "C," Fourteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Bank. 


Sg 

< 


Priv. 


2(1 


u 


2(> 


K 


is 


<( 


22 


it 


2\ 


a 


24 


ii 


26 


u 


32 


1st Lt. 


2i; 


2d Lt. 




Priv. 


26 


u 


19 


1st Ser 


25 


1st Lt. 


23 


Corp'l, 
Priv. 


32 

21 


ii 


20 


K 


■10 


i< 


44 


i< 


19 


ii 


28 


a 


20 


a 


19 


Corp'l, 
Priv. 


23 
43 


a 


27 


a 


21 


a 


32 


ii 


26 



When mastered 
into sen Ice. 



Remarks. 



Smell, James H . . 
Trickett, E/.ekiel . 
Tarleton, Caleb . . 
Watson, James S. . 
Watson, James W. . 
Watkins, Thomas W 
Watkins, Caleb . . 
Watkins, Geo. W. . 

Discharged. 
Brown, Granville . 
Bell, Henry . . . 
Grubb, George W. . 
Kincade, Joseph A. 

Transferred. 
Jolliffe, George W. 

Died, 
Hardman, George EL 
Holland, Solomon 
Mouser, John W. 
Gardner, William 
Kisner, William 
Powell, Isaac B. 
Walls, Milton F. 
Trickett, John J. 
Miller, John W. 

Steele, Nelson . 

Austin, Harrison 
Smith, Wm. H. . 
Rumble, Joseph 

McBee, ArcheC. 
Mellon, David . 
Mouser, Jacob T. 
Aggregate,.- 



Aug. 25, 1862 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 



25, » 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25 " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

25, » 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 

OK K 

25, " 

25, " 

25, " 



By order Sec. of war, Ap'l 4, 1863. 



New Creek. 
For disability, at New Creek, Jan. 8, 

by order of Gen. Wright. 
For'disabilitv, at Grafton, Nov. 13, 

1863, by order of Cen. Wright. 

By promotion to Ser. Maj., at Bur- 
lington, Mar. 15, 1864. 

Killed in action near Burlington, 

Nov. 10, 1863. 
Of dropsv, at home, Monongalia, 

Mar. 20', 1663. 
Of typhoid fever, at Eomney, Aug. 

21,' 1863. 
Killed at Burlington, Nov. 15, 1863. 

Killed at Cloyd Mt., May 9, 1864. 

Wounded at Cloyd Mt., May 9, 1864. 

Died in enemy's hands, May 16, '64 
(if typhoid fever, at Charleston, 

Mav 16, 1884. 
Wounded at Cloyd Mt., May 9, 1864. 

Died in enemy's hands, Juno 3, '64 
Drowned in Kanawha River, July 9, 

1864 having fallen from Victor 

No. 1. 
Drowned in Kanawha River, July 9, 

1864, having fallen from Victor 
No. 1. 

Wounded at Carter's Farm, July 20, 
'64, and died of wounds, July 24, '64 
Killed at Cedar Creek, Oct. 13, 04 

Captured between Martinsbur?, Va. 
and Williamson, .Md. Paroled 
and sent to Annapolis, Md'., where 
he died, Oct. 23, 1864. 

Wounded July 20. 1864, nenr Win- 
chester, and died Nov. 14, 1864, at 
Clary ville Hosp., Md. 

Capt'd at Cloyd Mt., May 15, '64, and 
Hjicii to Andersonville, Ga. Died 
Sept. 22, L864. 

Oapt'd at Cloyd Mt., May 15, '64, and 
taken to Andersonville, Ga. Died 
Sept. 23, 1884. 



.91 



men. 



ADJUTANT GENERALS 






J^Ztryfolurdeers, station 

l" ,;,., B mmanding < 









When i 



I 



Rider, James H. 
Taylor, Reuben B. . 
Hoit, Edward M. . . 
Beckwith, Lewis . 
McPherson, Alex. . 
Christ, George W. . 
Deem, Edward M. . 
Coffman, AYm. H. . 
Prince, Lawrence B. 
Hull, Henry C. . . 
Johnson, Albert H. 
Johnson, Robert W. 
Romine, Michael 0. 
Sums, Alex. M. . . 
Dixon, William . . 
Schultz, Otto . . 
Hull, James F. . . 
Keefer, Henry C. . 
Ball, fsaac N. . . 
Ball, William D. . 
Black, Samuel N. . 
Black, James D. . . 
Bailey, James E. . 
Balsley, Samuel R. . 
Bradley, Olive* . . 
Cruger, William 
Coplingro, Elias L. 

Cain, William I. 

Cooper, Thomas . . 

Collins, Loman P. . 

Collins, Ahab L. . 

Cook, William C. . 

Dickson, J^nn 

Davis, William J. . 

Flowrence, Louring 

Fowkes, Wm. M. 

Fortney, Isaac . 
.nn, John M. 

Garvin, John . . 

Gwynn, Robert . 

Gwynn, Joseph . 

Hoy, Daniel . . 

Heston, John 

Howser, George B. 

Huggins, John R. 
48 



Capt., 21 
1st LI 
2d Li. 
1st Ser 21 
Serg't, 
« 18 

21 
CorpT, 19 

« 

21 

I " 

21 

Bugler 32; 
Wag'r 
Priv. 31 

20 

18 
19 
20 

36 Aug. 

37 Sept. 
25 Aug. 
18 

21 
28 

23 
23 

„ 
19 



15, 

26, 

26, 
26, 

26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 

26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 

26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
31, 
3, 

26, 
26, 
26, 
26, 

26, 



IB, 1*84. 



Pro. A 

Wounded 



.:• Halltown, Y». 



Oapt'd liter bmtUa of Cloyd, Moun- 

! lain, May", ! 



' Sick in hosp. at Cumberland. 

'Wounded at Winchester, Sept. 1»,M 
, Wounded at Cedar Creek , 
, Sick In hosp. at Parkeraburg. 



1864J 
1862 



Wounded at Bcrr. 



Sick at Martlnsburg, Va. 



Wounded and capt .1 at Clojd Mt.. 
md carfd after battle of 
\^.,Jan.4. 
Sick at Parker-L 



ti Sandj Hook, Md. 



Wounded at Carter's Farm, July 20, 
„car Burlinjtoo 



382 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "Z>," Fourteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



/ ' 

Names. 


Bank. 


8 

< 


When mustere l 

in in service. 


Bemarka. 


Holt/., Lewis . . . 


Priv. 


26 


Aug. 26 


1862 




Howe, William H. . 


II 


19 


26 


" 


to report to Washington for 
duty on forliticatious. 


Harper, William 


(( 


23 


Aug. 31 


1864 


_ 


Jennings, Francis M. 


(i 


18 


31 


" 




Kirby, Wm. H. . . 


" 


22 


26 


1862 


In hosp. at Parkersburg. 


Kesterson, Geo. W. 


<( 


L9 


26 


" 




Kesterson, Wm. H. 


" 


27 


26 


a 




Kittle, David H. . 


" 


26 


26 


a 


In hosp. at Baltimore. 


Knapp, Wm. H. 


(I 


is 


Sept. 5 


1864 


_ 


Lang, Geo. W. . . 


(1 


2S 


Aug. 26 


1862 




Langfitt, John T. . 


II 


17 


26, 


it 


Reg. Bass Drummer. 


Langfitt, Benj. F. . 


II 


is 


26 


ii 


Oipt'd at Winchester, July 24, 1864. 


Manning, Abram . . 


II 


47 


26 


ii 


In hospital at Parkersburg. 


Manning, Samuel . 


II 


2S 


26 


ii 


u ii ii 


McCreary, Stephen 


II 


42 


26 


it 


Det'd as teamster. 


McHenry, Albert M. 


II 


is 


26 


ii 




Mich^elson, Otto H. 


II 


is 


26 


" 


- - - 


Parker, Maxwell M. 


II 


is 


26 


" 


Det'd as teamster. 


McPherson, John . 


" 


22 


26 


ii 




Michaelson, Chas. J. 


II 


17 


Sept. 12 


1864 




Nicely, John . . . 


" 


21 


Aug. 26 


1862 


Wounded and captured at Clovd Mt, 
May ». 1864. 


Nottingham, Geo. W. 


(( 


20 


26 


" 


Wounded at Winchester, Sept. 22, 64 


Prince, Jeremiah M. 


(1 


20 


26 


a 




Phelps, Lemuel . . 


" 


40 


26, 


" 


In hosp. at Parkersburg. 


Phelps, Oliver H. . 


" 


18 


26 


a 


u u Cumberland. 


Pigott, Wm. H. . . 


II 


:;;> 


26 


a 


Capt'd at Winchester, July 24, '64. 


Rosser, Calvin P. . 


II 


41 


26 


a 


In hosp. at Winchester. 


Rider, Daniel . . 


II 


is 


26 


ii 


Det'd as clerk for Med. Purveyor. 


Rider, Granville 


II 


18 


26 


ii 


• 


Roles, Charles A. . 


II 


Hi 


26 


" 


Det'd as teamster. 


Robbins, Lewis . . 


11 


39 


26 


(i 




Rhyne, Wm. S. . . 


" 


is 


Aug. 31 


1864 


In hosp. at Claryville. 


Stoneking, Alex. 


II 


19 


26 


1862 


ii u Martinsburg. 


Schrader, Albert . 


II 


26 


26 


ii 


1 U Blacksmith. 


Sims, George W. . 


II 


26 


26 


" 


" " Orderly for Mod. Pur. 


ins, Francis M. . 


II 


22 


26 


<( 




Sams, George W. . 


II 


22 


26 


a 


In hosp. at Philadelphia. 


Shanklin, James A. 


II 


21 


26 


a 


ii ii Martinsburg. 


Star, Richard . . 


II 


IV 


Aug. 31 


1864 




Swords, Leonidas . 


II 


17 


31 


u 




Stoneking, John 


II 


is 


Sept. 5 


II 




Turner, Thomas J. . 


II 


is 


Aug. 26 


', 1862 




Turner, John F. 


II 


22 








Winans, Wm. H. . 


11 


26 






Orderly Reg. Head Quarters. 


Wheeler, [saac T. . 


II 


24 






" at 2d Iuf. Div. H'dQ'rs. 


W'iii'S, Lafayette . 


II 


.;(i 


Aug. 31 


1864 


Wounded accidentally in Hospital at 
V.irk, Pa. 


Wires, Wm. W. . . 


II 


20 


31 


" 


Stunned bj shell at Fisher's Hill. 


Wires, Nathaniel . 


II 


UT 


31 


ii 


In hosp. at Parkersburg. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ••/'." Fourteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



383 









\\ hen i 






irt, Geo. W. 
charged, 

bn J. 
Mel ruigan, John G 
George A 

ZV< • 

b, James E. 

. Hunter IF. 

.win. Henry < '. 
Di 
Dye, John W. . 
Bird, George W. 
Shimbena, John . 
Moyers, Win. A. 
Marsh, Moses 
Williams, Joseph 
Dagg, Wm. T. . 
Haddox, Joseph F. 
Collins, Obediah J. 
Ki 1 on, 

.er, Andrew 
McKiernan, ( 
Prince, John E. . 

nn, James A. 
Devaughn, And. J 
Harris, Robert P. 

Dagg, George C. 

Deserted, 
Melley, James . 
Moore, Geo. W. . 
Aggregate,— 



Capt. 



2- 



Priv. 2 1 
Priv. 



.AU,.«,»». 



Mus'n 

Priv. 



Capt. 
Serg't, 
Priv. 
iSerg't, 

Priv. 
Serg't, 

Priv. 



Mus'n, 



Aug 



L9Jun 

L8Au 



rattan 

I ; Ml, »t Cumberland Hcxp. 



1- 1 s ( ,. ■■ 

1 qp.q T ° n °°- con >. x* 1 ' 

; 
1 



26, 
26, 

26, 
26, 

26, 



In hoip., Cumber 

.1 II 

( la hoip. it Row Creek, J* 



it II Cumberland, J 
I a u 11 

l( I ti "4. '6J. 

.!..■ 

30 Aug. 31, 1864 "V 



_•■ All;. ! 

i. At Lynchburg, Jane 8, 1-01. 

Vt Carter'." Farm, July 10 

it Winchester, July », 

.1 Dl 

M»t 9. 1- tad Kmory 

(i 1 At Cedar Creek, Oct. '.' 

1 . Krom New Creek, M»rch 4. 1863. 

nm Parkersburg, July I 

118 men. 



20 




22 




26 


26, 


31 


26, 




#26, 


27 


26, 




26, 




26, 



Return of Capt. TTm. M. Powell's Compa fthe Fourteenth Regiment 

West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Bui 
showing the condition of said Company on the 6ih day of December, 
together tcith a complete record of the changes that have taken place since its 
organization. 

William M. Powell, Capt. Commanding Company. 






Bank. 



\ 



Remarks. 



Powell, William M. 
Martin, Zenas . . 
Williamson, Jas. B. 
Duty, Andrew W. . 
Lamer, Isaac S. . . 



.Capt. 28 Aug. 17, 1863 . 
IstLt. 23,1864 . 

■1 1 Lt. 37 Xot mustered *•«*■•*»". **to«*ot 
ilst Sgt 29 Au^. 29, 1862 "%££r*' 1 *''"' *<** 
1 2d "21 29, " I _ 



384 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Company "J?," 


Fourteenth 


Regiment Infantry — Continued. 




Bank. 


< 


A\'Ii>-ii mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 



Wells, Daniel I. . 

Ankrorc, ■• math'an 
kins. Thos. B. 

Gorrell, Thomas 

Martin, Nelson . 

Buck, Irvin . . 

Martin, Jeremiah M 

Long, Eli B. . . 

Calvert, Alexander 

Slider, Solomon 

Davis, Rowers . 

Ritchie, Moses . 

Stuart, Solomon 

Litten, Morris . 

Ash, Anthony . 

Ash, James . . 

Baker, Dickson . 
Batter, Jerome . 
Buck, Alexander 
Buck, John II. . 
Brown, Elijah . 
Brown, Moses . 
Cooper, Josephus 
Cotten, Abraham M 
Cox, Richard A. 
Crouse, Abraham 
Davis, Charles W. 
Davis, Jesse . . 
Davis, Robert 

r, Ross . . 
Fox, William L. 
Frum, Hamilton G 
Gorrell, Perry W. 
Howell, Alexander 
Hoalcraft, James 
Hawkins, J. T. A. 
Haught, Lawrence 
Haught, Alpheus 
;.;ht, Enos . 
Henderson, M. P. 
Jennison, Jesse B. 
Jennison, William N 
Jones, Albert A. 
Keller, Rice . . 
Kearnes, Eli . 
Lazier, Ephraim 
Lazier, Samuel A. 
Lewis, William . 



33 
23 

:J7 
li» 
■ 20 
22 
35 
4-1 
40 
38 

36 

23 
38 
22 
27 

(26 
29 

28 
18 
18 
37 
1 20 
23 

40 

35 

30 

24 



3d Sgt 21 Aug. 29, 1862 *J»** « Halltoim, V.., Aog. », 

4th " 26 29, ■ 

5th " 22 29, " 

Wag'r 29, " 

Corp'l 29, " 

19 29, " 

20 29, " 
24 29, " 

29, " 

" 124 29, " 

27 29, " 

29, " 

Drumr'38 29, " 

Fifer. 18 29, " 

Priv. |33 29, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29, " 

29 " 

Mar. —, 1864 



Wounded near Winchester, July 20. 
In hosp. 



Prisoner since May 13, 1864. 



Wounded at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 

1864. Now in bospilul. 
At Washington on light duty. 

Prisoner since May 13, 1864. 



Aug. 29, 1862 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 

29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 
29, 



Prisoner since May 13, 1864. 

In hospital since 1862. 

Wounded July 20, 1804. In hosp. 

Prisoner since May 13, 1864. 



In hospital since April 1, 1664. 



Prisoner since May 13, 1864. 



aged prisoner at Camp Pa- 
nic, Annapolis, Md. 



In hosp. since March, 1863. 
In hosp., crazy, since Jm 



Wounded at Winchester, July 24,64, 

Now in hospital. 
In hospital since Sept. 13, 1863. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REP01 



385 



Company ••/:," Fourb wrtiy— Conil 









■ 






Lyons, John (!. . 
Long, Johnson G. 
Messer, Eliaa 
McGuire, William 
Piper, James . 
Pratt, William W, 
Philips, Thomas 
Pratt, Henry 
Roberts, Aaron . 
Roberts, Elias . 
Roberts, Eli . . 
Stullars, Thomas 
Stuart, Nathan H 
Steel, Thomas II. 
Steel, Henry . . 
Smith, John M. . 
Smith, Jackson . 
Tustin, Andrew 
Tustin, Abraham 
Underwood, Jos. W 
Underwood, N 
Underwood, Jas. V 
Underwood, L. L. H 
Wright, Nimrod E 
Woodbern, John 
Wise, William H. 
Wetzel, Eli . . 
Weekley, Wayne 
Weekley, Isaiah . 
Weekley, James H 
Weekley, Daniel 
Weekley, Thomas 
Williamson, George 
Williamson, Thomas 
Coffield, Jacob T. . 

Discharged. 
Morris, West . . . 
Sweeney, John L. . 
Fox, Barney W. 
Richardson, Joshua 
Baston, George J. . 
Kimble, James J. . 
Stoneking, Samuel . 

Promoted. 
Moore, Shriver . . 
Lovull, Anthony . 

Died. 
Archer, Neil . . . 



Priv. 30 
L8 
22 
20 
21 
22 
20 

18 

31 

23 
L9 

25 

12 
" 21 

18 
19 

" 22 
•• 36 

Ki 

21 

" 21 

22 

lstLt.,19 
Serg't, 20 

P' oo 

riv. 

22 

33 

35 



Aug. 25 

June 5 
Feb. 25 
Aug. 29 

29 

29 
29 
29 
29 
29 

Nov. 19 
Aug. 29 

29 
29 

29 
29 

29 

29 

Nov. 19 

Mar. — 



Capt. 
Priv. 



30 



Serg't, |48 



Aug. 29 

July 31 
Aug. 29 

29 



1863 
1862 

1863 

1862 



1862 

1864 

it 

1862 



■ 






• 



. In hoip. 
Wounded ' ■ prcicnt. 



■ 
Wounded Oct. 19, 61. lu hospital. 



Wounded July 20, • 



In hospi' 

Wound.-! L19 !- ■■'•. lu hosp. 



Wounded May 9, 1864. 



Wonndcd and capt'd, May 9, 1864. 

In hosp. iincc April. 1864. 
u 

Recruit. 

Woundc 1 I ' hosp. 

Res'd Mar 

AtCumb. 

Ocek, April 1, U 
At Cumberland, April 0, I 
II IT, 

Deo. ( 

At Parkcrsburg, Nov. 1, 1^.4. 

• 

To Major 14tb Beg., Aug. ■ 
To Musician, Ma; I 

» 
Dec. 23, 1662, at Cumberland Hoap 






386 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "-E 1 ," Fourteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



ines. 


Rank. 


£ 

5 

< 


\\ hen mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 




La7^er, Hezekiah . 


Priv., 


25 


Aug. 29, 1862 


Xov. 26, '62, at Clarksburg. 


Qpx, "William L. 


" 


18 


29, " 


Dec. 26, '62, at Cumberland. 


Aays, Abraham L. 


it 


18 


Not mustered 


ii a (i a 


Hays, Andrew C. . 


<< 


L8 


Aug. 29, 1862 


( ( 28, '62 ( ( a 


Lemasters, Eugenius 


(i 


38 


29, " 


At -New Creek, Jan. 20, 1863. 


Darnel, John C. . . 


n 


38 


29, " 


At Petersburg, Dec. 16, 1863. 


Rice, Jesse . . . 


If 


is 


29, " 


At Cumberland, Feb. 26, 1862. 


Huffman, William . 


It 


20 


29, « 


May 16, '64 ; wounded in Wythe Co. 


"Weekley, Oliver B. . 


<( 


19 


29, " 


At Frederiok, Md., July 21, 1864. 


Pratt, Perry . . 


" 


33 


Mar. — , 1861 


At Harper's Ferry, A»g. 26, 1864 . 


Wells, Charles . . 


(i 


25 


Aug. 29, 1862 


At Grafton, Xov. 6, 1*64. 


Buck, John W. . . 


2d Lt., 


22 


Nov. 29, 1864 


July 20, '64. Gunshot wound. 


Deserted. 










Shoemaker, Isaac . 


Priv., 


20 


June 5, 1863 


At Petersburg, Oct. 23. 


Aggregate, 




101 mpn. 





Return of Ca.pt.' Esrom Arnett 1 s Co. "F," of the Fourteenth Regiment West Va. 
Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Va., showing the condition 
of said company on the \st day of December, 1864, together with a com- 
plete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 
(Signed,) Esrom Arnett, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 



Bank. 


CD 

< 


When mustered 
into service. 


Capt. 
1st Lt. 




May 26, 1863 
June 22, " 


2d Lt., 




22, " 


1st Sgt 
Serg't 




Aug. 30, 1862 
30, " 


a 




30, " 


1! 




30, " 


11 




30, " 


Corp'l, 
<i 

it 




30, " 
30, " 
30, " 


it 




30, " 
30, " 


Mus'n 




30, " 
30, " 


Priv. 




30, " 






30, " 
30, " 


CI 




30, " 
30, " 






30, " 
30, " 



Remarks. 



Arnett, Esrom . . 
Mcllwain, David B. 
Reed, Thomas M. . 
Hall, Wm. W. . . 
Butcher, Jehu H. . 
Whaley, Thomas H. 
Bumgardner, Saml. 
Martin, Joab . . 
McCullough, Geo. . 
Wagoner, Isaac . . 
Bumgardner, Adam 
Shingleton, James . 
Williamson, Geo. M, 
Allison, James . . 
Birden, Thornton . 
Atkins, Wm. . . . 
Atkins* Marion . . 
Atkins, Oliver D. . 
Bradford, Jacob . . 
Butcher, Ephraim . 
Butch*er, Peter . . 
Burch, Peter L. S. . 



Pro. vice Elias Satterfleld, resigned. 
Pro. vice J. M. Satterfleld, " 
Pro. vice Arnett, promoted Captain. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "/'." Fourteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



587 



i 



Kank. 



When mi 






Belville, Geo. \V 

Clovis, Levi B. 
Carpenter, James R 
Cohagan, Newell 
Campbell, Jas. H. 

Campbell, Oliver H 
Ewell, John S. 
Fleming, Enoch 
Fridley, Daniel 
Freeland, S. A. 
Garrison, Ira . 
Garrison, Daniel 
Garrison, Nathaniel 
Hallam, Michael 
Hernsworth, L. D. 
Hamilton, Caleb S. 
Johnson, John . 
Johnston, Joseph 
Lock Daniel H. . 
Lamberson, Dennis 
Martin, James S. 
Merser, John . . 
Mason, Philip . 
Mason, Eber . . 
McHenry, Saml. E 
McHenry, Jacob 
McKinney, C. M. 
Maxwell, James A 
Maxwell, D. S. . 
Maxwell, Leander B 
Oldfield, John B. 
Poling, Enoch . 
Pratt, Hilery . 
Riggs, Andrew J. 
Riggs, Isaac B. . 
Riggs, James S. . 
Riding, Peter R. 
Stouebreaker, Dav 
Stonebreaker, Hiler 
Shrout, Taylor . 
Shreves, Isaac . 
Shreves, Abraham 
Smith Anthony . 
Smith, Wm. K. . 
Virder, David W. 
Wilson, Abraham 
Wilson, Wni. . 
Wilson, Joseph M 



Priv. 



Aug. 30, 1862 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
l, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30, " 
30 " 
Nov. 27^ 1863 

•'7 " 
■^ ' > 

27 " 

27 " 
Aug. 30,' 1862 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 



388 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Company "J*," Fourteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
intoserviiv. 



Remarks. 



\\ illiamson, C. J. 
Weekley, George 
Watson, George . 

Discharged. 
Satterfield, E. Y. 
Satterfield, J. M. 
Zarrell, A. . . 
Jones, Jacob C. . 
Saggett, James M. 
Dillon, David 
Collins, Jacob . 

Transferred, 
Reagan, Henry R. 

Died, 
Simonton, John R. 
Morgan, James G. 
Ridgevvay, David J 
Carpenter, D. D. H 
Alirs, Robert 
Atkins, Benj. F. . 
Campbell, Milton A 

Killed in Action. 
Martin, Joseph B. . 
Smith, George . . 
McBondle, D. H. C. 
Mason, Thomas . . 
Maxwell, Francis S. 
Rairden, Daniel T. . 
Aggregate, __ 



Priv. 



'Capt. 
list Lt 
'Serg't, 
! Priv. 



1st Ser 
Priv. 



« 



, Corp'l, 



Priv. 

Corp'l, 

Priv. 



Aug 30,1862. 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 

30, " 



30, 

30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 

30, 
30, 
Nov. 27, 
Aug. 30, 
30, 
30, 



i At New Creek, Apl 27, 1863. 
i. 1, lb63. 
u (1 
Mar. 1863. 
Nov. " 
Jan. " 
At \Theeling, Nov. 1861. 

j To Inv. corps, Ap'l '61, at Parkers- 
burg. 

I At Hancock. Md., July 2o, 1863. 

At Clarksburg, Nov. 2, 1862. 
[ At Pleasants Co., TV. V., April 1863. 
i At Tyler Co., VT. V., Dec. 3, 1863. 

At Petersburg, Oct. 14, 1863. 

At Winchester, Dec. 1, 1864. 

At Parkersburg, March 1864. 

At Cloyd Mountain. May 3, 1864. 



1863] " " " " 
1864 ! Aug. 15, 1864. 

I QAO Aug. 24, '64, atHalltown. 
(< Nov. 30, 1864, at Cabletown. 

95 men. 



Return of Capt. Jacob M. Reitz s Company "(?," of the lith Regiment West 

Va. Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Va., shoiving the con- 

dition of said Company on the 14th day of December, 1864, together with a 

complete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 

{Signed,) t J. M. Reitz, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into Bei 



Reitz, Jacob M. 
Shroyer, James W. 
Lowther, Wm. G. . 
Martin, Geo. W. B. 
Reitz, Lewis P. . . 
McMullen, John 
Brake, James R. 
Gribble, James B. . 



Capt. 


33 


1st Lt. 


25 


1st Sgt 


24 


it 




ii 


21 


a 


31 


ii 


41 


Corp'l, 


26 



Sept. 13, 1862 

13, " 

13, " 

13, " 

13, " 

13, " 

13, " 

13, " 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



389 



Company "(?," Fourteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 









w hen mustered 



B 



Griffin, William E. . 
Jett, William . . 
Snodgrass, Jeremiah 
Thomas, Elias . 
Martin, Zephaniah . 
Bollinger, Thos. M. 
Baker, Thomas D. . 
Bee, Arthur G. . . 
Bollinger, Zedekiah 
Crihfie'ld, William B. 
Cain. Silas . . . 
Calhoun, Eugenius . 
Campbell, George H. 
Coulsou, John S. 
Coulson, Wm. E. . 
Cross, George W. . 
Cross, John A. . . 
Davis, Stephen C. . 
Drake, William S. . 
Dotson, Eli B. . . 
Elliott, James W. . 
Elder, Robert L. B. 

Fronsman, Jacob H. 
Glover, William C. 

Harden, George W. 

Hamrick, Thomas . 

Helms, Simeon . . 

Hess, James P. . . 

Hissam, Elijah . . 

Jones, Francis M. . 

Jett, Jacob . . . 

Lough, William E. 

Lowther, Henry J. 

Martin, AVilliam . 

Magill, James W. . 

Magill, Alexander . 

Magill, George E. . 

Mc Mullen, Gregory 

Osbourn, Adison 

Propst, Lewis . . 

Propst, James M. . 

Price, John . . . 

Park3, John C. . . 

Randolph, David F. 

Riddle, Fletcher S. 

Simons, Lair . . . 

Smith, James Q. 

Stewart, George W. 
49 



Corp 



Priv 



1, 24 Sept. 
22 
30 
27 
28 
20 
34 
l'ii 

18 Nov. 
17 Sept. 
35 
18' 
44 
L9 
18 

23 

30 
L8 

20 
23 
19 
27 
21 
21 
32 
19 
L9 
•II 
21 
20 
24 
18 
27 
21 

18 Feb. 
L9 

19 Sept, 
22 
11 
18 
40 
19 
31 
24 
27 
25 
18 



L8, ! 

13, " 



13, 


(( 


13, 

1 Q ' 


(I 


Lo, 

13, 




13, 


<( 


13, 


c< 


17, 


II 


13, 


f ( 


13, 


" 


13, 


ii 


13, 


ii 


13, 


ii 


13, 


tc 


13, 


a 


L3, 


ii 


13, 


ii 


13, 


" 


13, 


" 


13, 


" 


13, 


« 


13, 


ii 


13, 


ii 


13, 


" 


13, 


ii 


13, 


" 


13, 


1 1 


13, 


«< 


13, 


" 


13, 


it 


13, 


t( 


13, 


ii 


13, 


■I 


13, 


a 


6, 


1864 


6, 


a 


13, 


1862 


13, 


a 


13, 


n 


13, 


" 


13, 


ii 


13, 


ti 


13, 


ii 


13, 


it 


13, 


ii 


13, 


ii 


13, 


a 



390 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "<•'," Fourteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



When mustered 
Into service. 



ltcmarks. 



Thomas, Amos G. 
Taylor, Martin V. 
Tibbs, Edmund . 

Volentini 1 . Win. A 
Watson, John . 
Watson, Wilson . 
Wass, William . 
West fall, Harvey 
Wilson, William W 

I'ischarged. 
Yanjelt. John S. 
Dotson, Hiram S. 

Transferred, 
Chriss, Eugenius . 
Spencer, Caleb D 
Morgan, James G 

Died, 
Earl, James D. . 
Jones, Samuel R. 
Hess, John . . 
Smith, James H. 

r, Jonathan 
Pritchard, Amos D 
Maley, Spencer . 
Gribble, Wilson A. 
Boehm, William F. 
Cain, James . 
Manear, John 
I'. n ton, James T 
Mahaney, Charles A. 
McCullongh, Wm. 
Miller, Geo. W. . 

Deserted, 
Wilson, Reason H. 
Ritchards, Geo. S. 
Aggregate. 



. Priv. 


18 


" 


iy 


• 


24 


,. 


21 




25 


11 


30 




18 


it 


26 


" 


29 


ii 


43 


ii 

■ 


39 


ii 


23 


" 


23 


" 


23 


■ ■ 


38 


" 


20 


" 


44 


" 


28 


. 


27 


ii 


35 


" 


18 


. Serg't, 


28 


Corp'l, 


34 


. Priv. 


30 


CI 


18 


a 


18 


L " 


21 


" 


19 


" 


35 


.< 


26 


(, 


35' 



18 Mar. 8, 1864 
Sept. 13, 1852 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 



13, 
13, 

13, 
13, 
13, 

13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 
13, 

13, 
13, 



. it v. at Cumberland, Ap'l 
Kv order 179, H. Qs. Arniv, Oct. 26, '63 



To Co. H, Hth W. Ta., Oct. 6, Ui. 

■• ■• C. 

(I.'t. 9. 1^2, at Clarksburg. W. \ ... 

Jan. 5, '63, at Sew Creek, W. Va.. 

or fever. 
Of fever, in Washington countv, Pa., 

(I! fever, at Cumberland, Md . Feb. 

Offerer, at Cumberland, Md., Jan. 

At Cumberland, Md., June 12, 1863. 

At " Of typhoid 

pneumonia. Sept. 4. 1863. 
Killed in action, May s» 64, at Cloyd's 

Parm, Va. 
Killed in action, May 9, '64, at Cloyd's 

Parm Va. 
At ('lord's Farm. Va.,of wounds re- 

y.,\ 80, 1884. 
Kind in action at Winchester, Va,, 

.lulvi'i 
Killed in action July 1" 

Wine 

; at Marlinsbur 

wounds ree'd in action a 
Killed in action, Aug. 15 



At Burlington. W. Va., Feb. 17, '6t. 



Return of Capt. Henry M. Ice's Company "//," of the 14th Regiment West 

Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Va., showing the 

condition of said company on the SOthday <>f novt mber, 18G4, together with 

a compl ' 

( Sigi 



iimn ,,/ saia company on the 60th day of zvo»< mber, 1864, together with 
nplete record of the changes that haw taken place since its organization. 
Hgned.) Geo. W. Joliffe, '2d Lt. Commanding Company. 



Name* 



Kaiik. 



\\ hi n mtwtered 

into - 



Kt marks. 



Ice, Henry M. . . Oapt., 
Beaty, Newton S. . 1st Lt. 



Sept. 1, 1862 
1, " 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company •'//." Fourteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 









Rank. 


- 


nil..- 


2d I.i.. 




Nov. 3, 1S64, 


1st Ser 




Sept. 1 




2d - 








' 


3d '• 








' 


11 •• 


2! 






' 


5th " 










Corp'l, 
2d •• 


34 








3d ' 


20 








4th " 


31 








5th " 


23 








6th " 










7th " 


25 








8th " 


22 








Priv. 




Feb. 22 


186^ 




31 1 
24 


Sept. 1 


li 


562 


" 


24 










28 








ii 
ii 


25 

24 
23 








ii 


2- 








<i 


25 

24 








ii 


20 


Jan. 18 


1864 


ii 


22 


Feb. 15 


t ( 


ii 


20 


Sept. 1 
Nov. 3 


1862| 
1864 


ii 


2s 
27 
26 


Sept. 1 


1862 
ii 


ii 


25 




a 


ii 


28 




ii 


ii 


20 




ii 


ii 


21 




" 


a 


23 


Jan. IS 


1864 


a 


_>,, 


Feb. 15 


ii 


ii 
ii 


30 

31 


Sept. 1 


1862 
ii 


■• 






ii 


ii 


34 




ii 


ii 


33 




, " 


ii 


23 




ii 


ii 


21 




ii 


ii 


2:, 


Feb. 4 


' 1863' 


ii 


23 


Sept. 1 


1862; 


ii 


26 


Mar. 3 


11 


364' 



Remarks. 



Joliffe, Geo. \Y. . . 

X. 
Randall, Franklin G 

Hamilton, Ashbel F 

■'. . 
Roberts, David T 
Richardson, R. N, 
Copenluv"!', Isaac F. 
Clayton, Ulysses A 
Ice, Jesse M. . 
Robinson, Franklin 

:ey, Silas M. 
Amos, Thornton 
Sturm, Jesse T. . 
Anderson, Enos M. 
Amos, Perry G. . 
Arnetfc, Absalom 
Atha, Elihu . . 
Brumage, James R. 
Baker, l \Vm. D. . 
Boggess, Caleb . 
Campbell, James F. 
Cunningham, M. V 
Cunningham, Daniel 

>, Eugenius . 
Conaway, Joseph 
Clayton, Francis M 
Davis, Benj. J. . 
Davis, Thomas S. 
Floyd, Robert P. 
Fetty, Salathiel W. 
Fetty, Levi . . 
Fox, Ambrose 
Fluharty, James S. 
Fowler, William H 
Gray, Andrew O. 
Gump, Cephus . 
Gains, Wm. L. 
Hawkins, John D. 
Hays, Jonathan T. 
Hays, Elbert E. 
Higgins, Joshua . 
Huey, Jacob B. . 
Hess, George \Y. 
Hildreth, David 
Hildreth, Wm. R. 
Jones, John E. . 
Jones, Ebenezer C. 



392 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Comjianii "If,' 1 Fourteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 






Want & Wll'-ll III 1 1- 1 1 I .-i I 

Into service. 



Remarks. 



Kendall. ( 'ornelius 
Lowe, Samuel 
Lowe, Nimrod . 
Looman, Eugeniua C. 
Metz, Theodore . 
Metz, Samuel 
Moore, Caleb 
Mason, Ulysses . 
Mclntire, Elias . 
Mclntire, Chas. T. 
Mvnear, Henrv H. 
Merifield, Wm. . 
Moore, Daniel H. 
Moore, Fonton H. 
Norris, Wm. . . 
Nay, Lewis F. . 
Nay, Silas J. . . 
Price, Wm. . . 
Perry, Wm. . . 
Randall, Norman G 
Rite, Eli . . 
Smallwood, R. M. 
Stephens, Thos. M. 
Shup, Nicholas L. 
Starkey, Levi . 
Starkey, Levi D. 
Sharp, Geo. W. . 
Strait, Jacob M. 
Toothman, Wm. A 
Toothman, Jesse S. 
Talkington, Levi 
Whetzel, Henry 
Wilson, James . 

Discharged. 
Neer, Milton 

Transferred, 
Holt, Cornelius M. 
Bodlston, Theo. W. 
I pt (in, Sanford B. 
Silvins, W. H. . 
Dowd, Enoch 0. 

hied, 
Hess, Robert N. 
Gooch, Chas. L. . 
Freeland, Benj. . 
3, James A. . 
Cunningham, F. M 
Cunningham, J. S. 



Priv. 



2d Lt.. 
Priv., 
Serg't, 
Priv. 



2d Lt. 
1st Ser 
Corp'l, 
Priv. 

1st Ser 



2-1 
27 
29 
22 
24 
23 
26 
27 
21 
24 
23 
21 
19 
25 

24 

23 

21 

■y, 

23 

;;i 
27 
27 

_-; 

30 
21 
26 
28 
36 
23 
20 
26 
28 

28 

22 
20 

20 
21 

is 



Sept. 

Feb. 
Sept. 



Nov. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Sept 



Mar. 
Feb. 
Sept. 



1, 1862: 
1, " 
1, " 
6, 1864} 
1, 1862J 
1, " 

fc: 

l, " 

i, " 
i, " 

27, 1863 
26, 1864 

3 " 

I, 1862 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

3, 1864 

5, " 

1, 1862 

1, " 

1, 

1, 

1, 

1, 

1, 

1. 



Discharged V. S. service, Sept. 10, 
.nifion, W. Va. 

!To Oo. K, 14 th W. V. vol Inf.; pro. 10 
I 1st Lt., vice Lt Wiley, dlsnuseed. 

,To Co. K, Mar. 3/63 

[To Regular Army, Mar. 13. 1862. 



Mar. 14, 
Sept. 1, 
1, 

Mar. 3, 
Jan. 16, 
Sept. 1, 



1864 
1862 

1864 
1864 
1862 



Pro. vice Lt. Holttransrd; killed in 

action at Plaber's Bill, Sept. 22,'64 

Killed in action, July 20, IBM, al 

Killed in action, July 20, 1864, at 

Carter's Farm, Va. 
Killed in aciion, July 20, 1864, at 

Carter'! Farm, Va. 
Killed in actiuu at Halltown, Aug. 
18, 1864. 

at Winchester. Sep. 19,'64. 
I Died of wounds reed, Sept. 28, '64. 



AIvtUTA.nT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "H," Fourteenth Regimeni Infantry— Continued. 












When m 



a 



3, Z. A. . . 

Johnson, "William 
11- 33, .lames T. . 
Shrader, Zachariah 
Grooms, Wm. 11. 
ningham, 11. M 

Brown, John H. 

tire, Thomas II 

Aggregate, 



Priv. 


.... 


K 


24 


Corp'l, 




Priv. 




■I 


.",1 


i< 


- 


ii 


24 


1 1 


26 



tit I 1862 

_ . -a L-11I...I »• Plnt-il \lmmtjiln. 



1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 

1, 

1, 



Killed at Cloyd Mountain, May !>, 

IUl, Cum- 

I, Ml. 

I 



u atParkcrsburg, 



.103 men. 



Return of Cm ''■ FinneWa Company "I, wth Regiment West 

.,;,';., Volunteer Infantry stationed at Camp RusseU, showing the con- 
dition of said company on the lGth day of December, 1864, together »;th a 

complete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 
(Sigi Elias C Fixnei.l, Capt. commandin g Comp any- 






Rank. 



When mustered 
service. 



Remarks. 



Finnell, Elias C. 
Fogle, James B. . 
Hare, Silas W. . 
Holland, Rezon 
Wells, Thomas B. 
Breakiron, Fredrick 
Courtney, Cyrus 
Stoker, Jackson R. 
Dawson, Geo. W. 
"Wells, Frederick A 
Martin, W. J. F. 
Anderson, Wm. L. 
Martin, John W. 
W< iver Joseph J. 
Saunders, John . 
Abel, William L. 
Brooks, Robert . 
Brand, Marshall 
Beaty, William . 
Beaty, John . . 
Barrickman, G. . 
Boliuger, Levi 
Bell Eugenius . 
Barnes, James A. 
Breakiron, D. W. 



Capt., «47 Sept 
1st LI 
1st Sg 
Serg't, -14 
<• 

30 



Corp'l, 



Priv. 



_ 

27 
13 

_'! 
32 

_ 

_ 

24 

_" 

24 

_ 

2 
20 

34 



11, 1862 

11, - 

11, •' 

11. '• 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 

11, 



Pro. from 1st Ser. vice Uriah Grif- 

■. i . j. B. Fogle, 
pro. to 1st Lieut. 
Wounded at Carter', Farm, July 20, 



from Corp'l, vice Wclt- 

Corp'l, vice Hare, to Sgt; 
^opt. 18. 



Wounded at Carter's Farm, July 2«, 
til; leg amputated. 



Wounded at Carter's Farm, July 24, 

Pro. to Corp'l, vice Courtney to Sgt.; 
wounded at Lynchburg, Jun. 17, 6* 



it Cloyd Mountain, May 

Wounded at Fisher's Hill, Sept. 22, 
IBM. 



Captured at Clovd Mountain, May 
'J. 1894. 



394 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Company "7," Fourteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Names. 



Kank. 



When mustered 

<; into service. 



Remarks. 



Blaney, Lawrence S 
Cade, Mortimer 
Cole, John S. . 
Chalfant, Francis 
Childers, Benj. F. 
Dunn, Zacquill . 
Fetty, Francis M. 
Fetty, John P. . 
Gould, Samuel . 
Gallaher, Isaac Mc, 
Heix, Wm. B. . . 
Hunter, John 
Hoard, Wm. S. . 
Haney, John W. 
Jones, Daniel W. 
Jackson, Daniel R. 
Kell) r , George W. 
Kelly, Joseph S. 
Keener, Joshua W. 
Lewellen, Aaron B 
Lawless, Draper 
Lyons, Alpheus D. 
Mollisey, Benson 
Murray, Arthur 
McLane, Perry . 
McCauley, Alex. 
McMillen, John S. 
Murphy, Pevid 
Morris, Wm. A 
Madera, Chas. II 
Nuce, George, 
Nuce, Abram 
Porter, James F 
Pool, William L 
Powell, Robert 
Rice, Michael 
Reed, Robert B. 
Roby, Henry . 
Summers, Jonah T. 
Shanes, Marion N. 
Scott, Felix . . 
Scott, Imlah . . 
Shroyer, James L. 
Stewart, Wm. A. 
Turner, Geo. T. . 
Tibbs, Napoleon B. 
Weltner, Lebbcns C 
Sisley, Lewis A. 



Priv. 



22 Sept. 11 



11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

U7 

4 

20|Ap'l 6 

20 Sept. 11 



Feb. 

Sept. 



28 

27 

36 

20 

20 

26 

21 

40 

20 

25 Feb. 

43 



LI 
U 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
27 
Sept. 11 

u 

11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 



20 Nov. 27 
20 Sept. 11 



25 
20 

K> 
22 
23 

MO 

20 

Jo 
22 
10 



Jan. 

Sept 



11 

11 
11 
11 
11 
5 
11 
II 
11 
U 



1862; 



1864 
1862 
1864 
1862 



Captured at Winchester, July 24, '64. 
Captured at Cloyd Mt. May 9, 1864. 



1862 

1864 
1862 



Wounded at Lynchburg, June 17,'64. 



Wounded at Carter's Farm, July 20, 
1864. 



Wounded and captured at Clovd Mt. 

May 9, 1864. 
Wounded at Carter's Farm, July 20, 

1864. 



Wounded at Carter's Farm, July 20, 
1864. 

< i Wounded at Lynchburg, June 17, 

1854. 



1863 
1862 



1863 
1862 



Captured at Clovd Mountain, May 
9, 1864. 



Wounded at Carters Farm, July 27, 
1864. 



Wounded at Cedar Creek, Oot. 19,'64 



Captured at Cloyd Mountain, May 
9, 1861. 



Reduced to ranks from Sgt, May 6, 
| '64. capt'dai Cloyd Mt., May 9. '64. 

Disch'dU.S. service at U. S. hosp'l, 
i Grafton; disease, consumption. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "I," Fourteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



395 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Weltner, John M. . 
Shisler, Jacob S. 
Castle, Geo. W. . . 
Griffith, Uriah . . j 
Morfisson, Wm. S. . | 
Bowers, Geo. 0. . 
Boice, Beth' . . . 
Bongher, Wm. D. . 
Flutn, Nicholas V. . 
Heix, James W. 
Jackson, Robert C. . 
Martin, Elias . . 
Neighbors, Josephus 
Piles, Abraham . . 
Phillips, Israel . . 
Savers. Nickolin 
Scott, Wm. . . . 
Thorn, Fenry C. 
Thomas Francis . . 
Fear, Alpheus B. . 
Dawson, Wm. . . 
Friend, Wm. A. . . 
Fundenburg, A. D. 
Knox, Thomas P. . 
Mcllwain, David B. 
Morrison, Wm. S. . 
Peck, Joseph R. 



Priv. 
Serg't, 
Priv. 
1st Lt., 

2d Lt, 
Priv. 



Corp'l, 
Priv. 



u 


22 


a 


22 


(( 


25 


(( 


20 


(< 


■21 


2d Lt., 


24 



44 Sept. 
29 

:20 

« 

22 Jan. 

20 Sept. 
45 
34 
26 

20 

21 

24 
19 

44 
38 

18 Nov. 

22 Sept. 

Nov. 

18 Sept 



11, 
11, 
U, 
11, 
3, 
11, 
11, 
13, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
II, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
17, 
11, 
27, 

■ 11, 

11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 



1863 
1862 



■t QpO | vice at New 

loU— Creek, for dltabtlity. 
it Enhstedln 1st Beg't Cavalry, Haj 

l. 1862. 
K Enlisted in 1st Reg't Cavalry. V\. 

1862. 
K j Wounded at Clovd Mountain, Ha] '.<. 

1864. I '■' 

It, Oct. 19, 

1864, Died Ocl 25, 1864. 

L | Clarksburg, Nov. 1862. of 
rubeola. 

at Grafton, April 1864, pneu- 
I monia. 
<< Wounded at Winchester, Sept. 19, '64 

1861. 
u Died at Parkersburg, Oct. 16, '63, of 

IBS lever, 
u Died at Grafton, Aug. 2, 1864, or ty- 

I phus fever, 
it ' Killed at Cedar Cre«k, Oct. 13, '64. 

(! <( Myerstown, Nov. 18, '64. 

1 1 j Died at Petersburg, Dec. 1863, of fe- 

| ver 
u : Died in Monongalia Co. W. V., 1862, 

.•ase. 
K Died in Grafton hosp., 1MU, of con- 

sumption. 
1 1 Died in confederate prison, Mar. 12, 

; 1864. 

(I Wounded at Clovd Mt., May 9, '64. 

Died May 16 
1 QAO Wounded at Carter's Farm. July 20, 
J.OD_S 1864. Died Aug. 12, 1864. 
ii Died of fever at Grafton hosp., Ap'l 

13,'64 
Died of fever at Meadow Bluff, May 
25, 1864. 



1863 . 

1862 Deserted Nov. 1862 



Claimed and recovered as a recruit 
I of Md. P. H. B. 

Ho^p- Steward 14th W. V. Vols, Aug 

l-i,'.!. 
'Com. Ser., 11th W. V. V., Aug. 1862. 



i). M. Ser. 



Ser. Maj., " " " , 

Pro. 2d Lt., Jan. 2, 1863, vice Peck 

resigned. 

iRes'd Jan. 18/33. 



Aggregate, 100 men. 



Return ofCapt. Alfred L. Houlfs Co. "A'," of the Fourteenth Regiment II est 
Yd. Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Va., showing the condition 
of said company on the 16th day of December, 1804, together with a com- 
plete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 
{Signed,) A. L. Hoclt, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Hoult, Alfred L. . 

Hoult, Cornelius M. 

Morris, A. Tyler . 
Haskinson, Elian . 
Showalter, John J. . 
Gilmore, Wesley 
Bisset, Reason . . 



:Capt., 26 Sept, 
! lst Lt.24 



list Ser 23 
;2d • 
3d " ,31 
4th '' 21 
5th*" 121 



16, 
16, 

16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 



186 



O Severely wounded at Cloyds Farm 

Also a slight wound 

Was 2d Lt. Co. H, 14ih W. V. I. Pro- 
moted, transferred and mustered 
as 1st Lt., Aug. i 
'Taken prisoner near Burlington 

Nov. lti. 1863. 
Wouuded in arm at Winchester, July 
24, '64. 



Wounded in left shoulder at Lynch- 
burg, June 17, 1864. 



396 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "A'," Fourteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



llank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Parker, Thomas H 
Bryner, Wm. W. 
Kimble, Asa . . 
Shuman, Wm. R. 
Church, William 
Ammons, Corbly 
Tuttle, Richard T. 
Yeager, Frederick 
Albough, George 
Ammons, Mily . 
Bolen, Allen . . 
Barrack man, Joshua 
Beach, Isaac F. . 
Bisset, Wm. H. . 
Cross, Francis . 
Cross, John I. 
Core, Asa . . . 
Coon, Nathan 
Cumberlidge, Dan 
Divine, John . . 
Dowd, James 0. 
Davis, Henry 
Darling, Elisha M. 
Eastburn, Thomas J 
Furman, David D. 
Huffman, Geo. . 
Hawkins, Wm. H. 
Haughf, Simon . 
Jeffers, Joseph J. 
Jackson, Franklin 
Jones, Isaiah R. . 
Kenney, Wm. H. 
Kimble, John 
Lemly, Abraham 
Matthews, Jacob 

Morris, Samuel H. 
Moor, Martin 
Masters, James . 
Mercer, Elisha T. 
Maine, David R. 
Masters, Nicholas 
Patterson, Reuben S 
Richardson, Wm. A 
Roberts, Eli . . . 
Right, Henry . . 
Renner, John W. . 
Right, Josiah . . 



1st Cor 38 Sept, 16, 1862 



2d 

3d 

4th 
5th 
Gth 
7th 
8th 
Priv. 



29 

29 Nov. 

23 Sept. 
22 

20; 
21 
29 
34 
23 
20i 
24 : 
32 
20 Nov. 

30 Sept. 
21 

42 1 

26 

49 

23 

21 

39. 

26 

20 

42 

25 

22 

2d 

33i 

37 

30 

20 

20 Nov, 

24 Sept. 
51 1 

25 : 

27, 

23 

30 

31 

29 

30 

23 

21 

28 

21 

35 



Nov. 
Feb. 
Sept. 

Nov. 
Sept, 



16, 
16, 
19. 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
19, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
19, 
16, 
16, 

16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
19, 

1, 
16, 

10, 
19. 
16, 
16, 
16, 



Wounded in left side at Halltown, 

Yn.. Aug. 26, 1864. 
Capt'd near Burlington, Va., Jan. 4, 

1864. 



Stunned bv shell at Winchester, 
July 20, 1864. 

Shot through right wrist at Halltown 
Aug. 26, 1864. 



Stunned by shell at Cedar Creek, 
Oct. 13, 1864. 



Capt'u at Cloyds Farm, May 12, '64. 



Wounded in left shoulder at Halltown 
Aug. 26, 1864. 



Capt'd near Williamsport, Jan. 3. 64 



Wounded in left hip at Winchester, 

July 20, 1864. 
Wounded in left hip at Winchester, 

July 20, 1864. 



Capt'd at Cloyds Farm, May 12, '61. 



"uer at Winchester, July 
'.'I, 1884. 
Taken prisoner at Burlington, Jan. 
4, 1864- 



Wounded through both It 

left with enemy at Cloyds Farm, 
1 .May 9, 1864. 



Capt'd at Burlington, Jan. 4, 1864. 



1 QfiQ Wounded in left thigh at Berryville, 
J.OUO v»., Sept. S, 1864. 
I Ui 1 .) Wounded in bead al Halltown, Va., 
J-OU-j Aug. 26, 1864. 

(C Capt'd at Burlington, Jan. 4, 1864. 



1862 



Wounded or stunned at Halltown. 
Aug. 26, '64. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "A." I Regiment Infantry— Continued. 






■ 






-. David . . 
■ lohn . 
Strossnider, l-i.t.-i 
Six, Ezra . . . 

vid W 
Simpson, James . 
Stan.sberrv, J ! 
Tuttle, Henry . " 
Yillers, Alexander 

horn, James 
Yillers, Alva . . ' 
Yillers, Elias . 
Villers, Abraham . 
Bell, William . 
Shultz, Isaac . . 
Piles, Francis M. 
Keffer, Daniel W. 
Wayson, ' 'lias. D. 
Hutfman, Mason 

Discharged, 
Wiley, John A. . 

Wise, John J. 

Cunningham, » I. W. 

Stottlemire, Samuel 
Grim, Joseph . . . 
Parks, James. . . 

Transfer, i I. 
Boydston, Theo. W. 

Irwin. H. Charles . 

Curnberlidge, Wm. . 
Glover, Eli . 
Soles, John of Jacob 

_hen, James 
Tuttle, James 
Masters, George 
Santle, James H 
Kuhn, John . 
Shanes, Thomas H. 
Bland, Wm. . 
Moore, Wm. . 
Sis, Isaac . . 
McMasters, George 
Wilson, Enos P. 

50 



Priv. 



L9 
20 

23 

29 
32 
22 

27 

22 
24 



1st Lt. 37 

2d Lt.. 31 

29 

Priv. 30 

30 



When i 
into - 



L862 

L6, ' 

L6, " 
1 , 1863 

16, 1862 

L6, " 

16, 

16, 

16. 

16, " 

L6, " 

16, 

16, 

L6, 
Mar. 31, 1864 
Sept, 16, 1862 
Feb. 2, 

.16, 1862 

16, " 
L6, ■■ 

L6, ■■ 

16, " 

16, ■• 



16, " 

5thSer 19 Feb. 1,1863 

Priv. 26 Sept. 16, 1862 

L8 16, " 

16, • 

10, '• 

■11 L6, " 

24 L6, 

16, " 

33 16, " 

23 16, " 
21 16, " 

34 16, " 
21 

24 16, " 
19 Mar. 31, 1864 



Lynchburg, Juo 






WonD led iij left Hi 
■ 1864. 



te at Winchester, 
July 20 

for Incompeten 0.0 

' '■. \ ■■•, Washington. I). 

• '.. April I 

I 
I 

Washing- 
ton, D. (' for utter 

out leave. 

irderGen. 
- 
For disability, \ 

- 



','. v. v. I., March 

- rg't, Aug. 

and N"> 

- rg't Mi- 

j,.rnf Mtli W. V. V. I. 

Pi •. to ffosp Steward llth W. V. V. 

1.. March 12, 

Or typhoid i -«:.'. 

i, nt Clarksburg 
or diarrhoea, at New Creek, May in. 
Of lung fever, at New Creek. Slay lit. 
Of fever, at New Greek, J 

■ i.v.l Kami. May 9, 1864. 



tag. 1. i.l. ni gunshot wound, at 
Winchester, July 20, 1864. 

Au.-. II. '64, ol eunshot wound at 
Winchester. July 20, 1864. 

Aug. 20, '64, of wounds ree'd at Hall- 
town, An:;. 13, 1864. 

Aug. 3, 1»6», of typhoid fever. 



398 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "A'," Fourteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Wlu'i] mustered 
Names. Rank. \ w juto „. rvi „.. 



Remarks. 



Parks, Win. W. . . 5th Ser 31 Sept. 16, 1862 oclivm, wound.* cedar *«*. 

Bolen, Nelson . . IPriv. 22 16, " 0c '- * '"'• " 

Hough, Tobias . . " 22 16, " fc-«. , n™*«*"«m. 

DcsEvtcd 

Barrackman, Eli . 1 5th Ser 1 26 . 16, " ™. 10,18*3,^0™*. 

Aggregate, 99 men. 



Memoranda: — The Fourteenth Regiment West % Virginia Infantry 
Volunteers was organized at Camp Willey, Wheeling, W. V., during 
the months of August and September, 1862, the organization dating 
from the 16th of September, that being the date of muster-in of 
the last company. On the 15th, nine companies, under command 
of Lt. Col. C. J. Stewart, were ordered to Clarksburg, W. Va., 
where they were joined on the 18th by the other company, and Col. 
Andrew S. Core. On the 15th of November, moved to New Creek, 
W. Va., and was assigned to the 5th Brigade, 1st Division, 8th Army 
Corps. On the 25th of April, 1863, a detachment of 34 men of Co. 
A, commanded by Capt. Jacob Smith, and one company of the 23d 
Illinois infantry, were attacked at Greenland Gap by a largely su- 
perior force, under the rebel Gen. Jones, and after a gallant and he- 
roic resistance of five hours, in which terrible slaughter was inflict- 
ed upon the enemy, they were compelled to surrender. On the 
6th of July the regiment moved to Hancock, Md., and participated 
in the movements and skirmishes resulting from the endeavors to 
intercept Lee's retreating army returning from the invasion of 
Maryland and Pennsylvania. During the month of August and a 
greater part of September, was stationed at Mechanic's Gap, near 
Romney, where it suffered some losses from the attacks of guerril- 
las, whilst guarding trains from New Creek. Lieut. George W. 
Hardman, of company C, and two men of his company were killed, 
and several wounded in one of these attacks. 

It accompanied the expedition to McDowell, in December, 1863, 
the object of which was to make a diversion in favor of Gen. Aver- 
ill, in his great raid to Salem, Va., returning to Petersburg, W.V., 
on the 24th. 

The abandonment of Petersburg by our forces brought the regi- 
ment back to New Creek, about the 1st of April, 1864. Early in 
April it moved to the Kanawha Valley and joined the expedition 
of General Crook to the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, and was 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

actively and meritoriously engaged in the battle at ('loyd Mountain 
on the 9th of May, L864, being the first general engagement in 
which the regiment had participated. In this engagement it lost 
thirteen killed and sixty-two (62) wounded, among the latter were 
six officers — one mortally, the principal portion of wounded being 
left on the field, ten of whom afterwards died from wounds received 
in that action. From Cloyd Mountain the enemy was pursued to 
Dublin Depot and New River Bridge, where a stand was made, and 
another engagement took place. May 12th encountered the force 
under Gen. W. L. Jackson in Montgomery County, when a brisk 
skirmish ensued, this regiment losing two men wounded; returned 
to Meadow Bluffs, Va., on the 19th May ; thence on the 31st moved 
with Gen. Crooks' force, forming a junction with Gen. Hunter at 
Staunton, Va., on the 8th of June, and moved with his command on 
his expedition against Lynchburg, Va., participating in the engage- 
ment at that place on the 18th, returning to Camp Piatt on the 
Kanawha River on the 29th, having lost in killed, wounded and 
missing about 150 men, with about an equal number unfit for duty, 
caused by the severe marches, and limited supply of provisions. 

On the 10th of July the regiment arrived at Parkersburg and 
proceeded thence with Gen. Hunter's army to the Shenandoah 
Valley. In the engagement on the 20th with the enemy under 
Gen, Ramseur, near Winchester, known as the battle of Carter's 
Farm. The 9th and 14th W. V. Infty and the 34th and 91st Ohio, 
numbering 1350 men, constituted the Brigade led by Col. (now 
) I. H. Duval, of the 9th W. Va. Infty, made one of the most 
gallant charges of the war; the enemy numbering 5600, (being 
more than four times greater than Col. Duval's force,) was com- 
pletely routed, capturing four pieces of his artillery, 250 prisoners 
and 1000 stand of small arms — and this without the aid of artillery. 
Duval's Brigade lost 217 in killed and wounded ; this regiment lost 
60 in killed and wounded — among the killed were the brave and 
gallant Capt. Mathers of Company D.and.Lt. Jno.W. Buck of Co. E. • 

On the 23d of July Col. Johnson of this regiment was assigned to 
the command of the 2d Brigade, 2d Infantry Division of the Army 
of West Virginia, Col. Duval commanding Division. The regiment 
participated in the whole of Gen. Sheridan's campaign in the 
Shenandoah Valley, being actively engaged in the battles of 
Kearnestown and Winchester July 24th and Martinsburg July 25th, 
losing in the two days about 60 in killed, wounded and missing ; 
Halltown, Va , Aug. 24th and 26th, losing 30 in killed and woun- 
ded ; Opequan and Winchester Sept. 19th, in which two men were 
killed and 21 wounded, at this battle Col. Johnson and Lt. Col. 



400 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



McTaggart were both wounded. Fisher's Hill, Sept . 22d,one officer 
and two men killed, and 17 wounded; Cedar Creek Oct. 13, 3 men 
killed and 8 wounded ; Cedar Creek Oct. 19, 1 killed and 25 woun- 
ded — besides a great many skirmishes not mentioned. 

About the middle of December the regiment was ordered to 
Martinsburg for duty along the B. & 0. R. R. 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT W. VA. INFANTRY. 

Return of Lt. Blackburn B. Dovener's Company ••.!." \'<ih Regiment West Va. 
Infantry Volunteers, stationed at CampIiusseU, Va., showing the condition 
of said company on the ithdayof December, 1864, together with a com- 
plete record of thr changes that have token place since its organization- 
(Signed,) B. B. Devener, Lieut. Commanding Company. 






i levener, B. B. . 

Shields, Patrick . 
Creel, Hugh P. . 
Bier, Wm. E. . 
Johnson, John I). 
Drake, Alonzo S. 
Barrett, Samuel . 
Reed, Solomon . 
Pi.xlen, James P. 
Deems, Washington 
Johnson, Joseph 
A) 7 res, Daniel C. 
Barrett, James R. 
Davis, Robert H. 
Atkinson, James B 
Burke, Anthony 
Bennett, William 
Cumberlidge, J. PI. 
Coakley, Daniel R. 
Collett, Eugene . 
Case, William 
Cowell, William 
linger, David 
Cronin, John . 
Cassiday, Patrick 
Dye, Ivan E. 
Deems, Derastus 
I rould, Thomas I. 
Grant, Harrison 
Goff, Philip . . 
Galbert, Isaac . 
Hall, William . 
Hendrickson, Isaac 



Bank. 



When mustered 
into sen ice. 



Remarks. 



1st Lt . 22 
1st Ser 22 
2d " 38 
3d " 36 
4th " 22 
5th " 20 
1st Cor 26 



2d " 
3d " 
4th " 
5th " 
6th " 
7th " 
8th " 
Priv. 



20 

;24 
22 
23 
19 
19 

25 
18 
19 
23 
IS 
30 
19 
20 
'38 
43 
28 
18 
31 
27 
21 
2\ 
24 
21 
'27 



Aug. 30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

Sept. 12 

12 

12 

12 

June 20 

Aug. 30 

30 

30 

30 

Sept. 1 

June 20 

Aug. 30 

June 20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 



Aug, 



1862 _ 

Pro. to 1st Serg't, Sept. 1, 1864. 
' App'd on orieinal organization of co. 

Pro. to Serg't, Sept, i. 1SG4. 
li a 24,18G4. 

App'd on original organization of 

tnecompaiiv. 

App'd Feb. 7, 1863. 

" 15, 1864. 

" 15, 
1SG3 " Sept, 1, 
1862. " " 1, 

(1 II I! 1 



1 oco Captured al Lynohborg, June 20,'M. 

1862; _ 
1863 _ 



1862 



Oedar Oreek, Oct. 19, 'M. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company il A, n 1 {iy^-Continued. 












Hornbeck, Benjamin 

Hornbeok, 1- 

Hendrickson, James 

Hamer, Seth . . 

Johnson, AVilliam 
. Henry 
r, John . 

King, George 

Ring, John 

Rittleton, James 

Leach, George 

Marshall, John 

Marshall, John I 

Miller, John . 

Maloy, Martin 

McWilliams, .'. 

Menser, John W. 

M( reland, John T. 
>nald, Nathan 
K. 

Mnsser, Stanley . 
Ion, Thomas 
ien, Peter . 

Ogier, Nicholas P. 

Price, Warner P. 

Ruble, Polser 

Ranshaw, George 
Ruble, James 

Ruble, Abraham 

Robertson, David 

Roberts, Dennis . 
Runnion, S. C. 
Robinson, George 
Ruble, Jacob . . 
Ruble, Arthur . 
Rinehart, Thomas 
Riley, Mark . . 
Roberts, George . 
Rolston, Jeremiah 
Summers, Daniel 
Stanley, Andrew 
Shields, Martin . 
Stafford, James . 
Sheets, Isaac . . 
Sherron, Thomas 
Santmyers, George 



Priv. 



\\ ben m 



i. 



30, 1862 
30, " 
30, " 

30, " 
30, " 
30, 
25, 

II. 
.30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 

30 " 
June 20^ 1863 
>, " 
28, " 
28, " 
14, 



;i 

1! 

li 
18 

Jan. 

Mar. 

20 
18 
23 

18 

21 

•J" 
L8 

18 



1S64 

IC 

1862 






May 



Dec. 
L8 



L9 

31 

18 Sept. 

33 Aug. 

19 

L8July 

18;Dec. 

19 

34 

IS July 

Dec. 

Mar. 



oO, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 

8, 
30, 
30, 

1, 
16, 
30, 

30, 

1, 

14, 



1862 



, Jnly is 
1864. 



Wounded at Snicker's Perry, July 
1-, 1864. 



1863 
1862 

.. 

1863 

u 

1864 



Captd at Cedar Creek, Oei. 19, 1664 
("apt d at Lynchburg, Jun 



rry, July 



4.(02 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "I," Fifteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Nam. S. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
into si 



Remarks. 



Thrasher, George 
Tuel, Levi . . 
Winding, Enos . 
Wells, Cornelius E 
Winding, John . 
Willis, Israel D. 
Quick, Sashfield . 
Rollins, George . 
Fleuhart, Lewis . 
Humes, James . 

Hinkley, Harry . 

Dawkins, David . 
Porter, Sylvester 
Cotts, Andrew . 

Nash, Thomas G. 

Harper, Cyrus . 
Fowler, Thomas . 

Homer, Charles . 
Leazer, Alexander 
McDonald, David 
McClair, William 
Norfolk, William 
Rolston, James . 
Standsberry, F. . 
Tewel, William . 
Cornell, Harrison 
Aggregate, 



Priv. 21 Sept. 
Mar. 

29 Aug. 

31 

21 

23 

27 

27 Aug. 
ICapt. 

|2d Lt. 26 _ 

Aug. 
27 Dec. 
Priv. 20 Sept. 



24, 
14, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 
30, 

30, 
30, 



1862 
1864 
1862 



Substitute. 



1862 1 



30, 
12, 
10, 



jSerg't, 26 Aug. 30, 



Priv. 23 Sept. 
" 31 Aug. 

23 

2:. 

" 18 May 

" L8 _ 

" 20 Aug. 
(i 

42 

" '18 



19, 
30, 

30, 
30, 

9-? 



. Dishonorably dismissed, special or- 
■ 1 . • r w.ir department No. 409, date 

'< Nov. II, l-i.l. 

Dishonorably dismissed, special or- 
il'-r war department! No. 411, date 
Nov. 22, 1864. 



(( Pro. Capt. Co. K. March 7, 1863. 

it | Pro. to ITosp. Steward, Sept. 20, 1862. 

To 1st Lt. company K, Julj 2, B4. 

Killed in action ' at Winchester, 

July 24, 'ill. 
it Pro. to 2d Lt. company I, Sept 28. 
I To 1st Lt. same company. Nov. it. 

1864. Pro. to Com. Serg't, Sepi. 

21, 1864. 

" Pro. Hosp. Steward. 

K Vice Cotts, promoted July 2. IMil. 

Promoted to Orderly Sergeant.-' 
Ki'led ill action at Lynchburg. 
June 18, 1864. 

Discharged. 

i ! Killed at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864. 

1863' Died in hospital. 



30, 1862 
30, " 
30, 
30, 



notion at Winchester, Sep. 
19, 1864. 
Killed at Winchester, Sept. 19, '64. 

r. Died of wonnds ree'd 

.-it Winchester, Sept. 19 
Disch'd for disability, 



.106 men. 



Return of Capt. Michael Egaris Company "B," of the loth Regiment 'West 
Va. Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Va., showing the con- 
dition of said Company on the 3d day of December, 18G4, together with a 
complete record of the changes thai have taken place since its organization. 
(Signed,) P. Powers, 2d Lieut. Commanding Company. 






Bank. 



When mustered 

i -vice. 



Remarks. 



Detamore, John W. 
Powers, Patrick 
Mays, Lawrence 
Belt, Hedgman . . 
Ward, John D. . . 
Davis, James T. . . 



1st Lt. 


36 


|2d Lt., 


26 


1st Sgt 


38 


I2d " 


28 


|3d " 


21 


<< 


30 



O n f. r>c\ 1 QP.Q Sick at Indianapolis, Iud. Hospital, 

Lu. AV, lOU'J Sept. 24, 1864. 

Of) <i Pro. from Serg't, vice Detamore rro- 

- ' i ! motol Oct. 27, 1861. 

Sept. 1, 1802 _ 

1, " 

1, " 

I <t Sick at Sandy Hook since Aug. 1,64. 



ADJUTANT GENERALS REPORT. 
Company '•/.'." Fifteenth Regiment Infanliy— Continued. 



403 



N •.'■.. ! 



Bank. 



Fisher, George 

Wood, A. J. . . 
Bush, John J. . 

;'. W 
Montgomerv, Henry 
Mallia, Patrick . 
Brown, Thomas . 
Yanner, John . 
Adams, Isaac 
Arbogast, Daniel 
Bailey, Albert . 
Butcher, Michael E 
Burkhamer, Joseph 
Barns, Patrick . 
Brown, Jesse 
Bowau, John E. . 
Carney, Michael 
Cyt wright, Isaac 
Conrad, George W 
Crowl, John W. 
Davis, Lorenzo L. 
Davis, William H. 
Doory, John . . 
Dinsmore, John A 
Dodson, Charles E 
Finster, Simon . 
Fisher, Jacob C. 
Gaston, James . 
Iloran, Peter 
Hanson, Charles W 
Hacker, William G 
Hall, Joseph . . 
Jones, Benjamin S 
Jenkins, Joseph . 
Knapp, William T 
Lamb, Skidmore 
Literal, James . 
Mony penny, James 
Monypenny, Wm 
Monypenny, Albert 
Means, Calvin . 
McCuddeu, James 
McManus, Patrick 
Newcomb, John . 
Nicholas, C'arr . 
Nicholas, M. C. . 
Osborne, Harrison 
Patton, Hinton . 



Serg't, 
Corp'l, 



Wag'r, 
Priv., 



When muatered 



Bemarke. 



L8 
53 




1, 
1, 


15 




1, 


21 




1, 


;;i 




1, 


25 




1, 


3] 


Mar. 


31, 


59 
t8 


Sept. 


1, 
1, 


27 




1, 


20 




1, 


2-\ 




1, 


1> 




1, 


2] 




1, 






1, 


LS 


Mar. 


31, 




Sept. 


1, 
1, 


29 




1, 


25 




1, 


L9 


Oct. 


L6, 




Sept. 


1, 


32 




1, 






1, 


L8 


Mar. 


31, 


39 
37 


Sept. 


1, 

1, 


22 




1, 






1, 


20 




1, 


22 




1, 


13 




1, 


_ 




1, 


18 


June 20, 


31 

■2- 


Sept. 


1, 
1, 


L8 


Mar. 


31, 


18 
37 


Sept. 


1, 
1, 


. 




1, 


30 




1, 


2:\ 




1, 


2\ 




1, 






1, 


L9 




1, 


_- 




1, 






1, 


21 




1, 






1864 
1862 



1864 
1862 



i 

L864. 



Working Di 
Ington, ii. <:., since Not . 19, 1864. 



Sick at Winchester Hosp. 
1864. 



Deserted since Ju!. 



Sick at Sandy Hook Uosp., Aug. 1. 



1864 

1862 



1863 
L862 

1864 
1862 



Wounded at battle of Cedar Creek, 
Oct. 19, IStil. In Winchester hosp. 



Sick at Charleston V. S. I 
June 28, l-'U. 



Wounded at Cedar Creek. Oct. 19, 

i'i Winchester hosp. 
Sick at Clary ville Ho-p. r June 21 

•hont leave, June 9. 1664. 
In confinement, Ptttata IT 
Wounded Sept. 19. 

'64. In Winchester hosp. 



Deserted July 9, 1664. 



Wounded at Snicker's Gap. July 18, 
1864. v- Winchester hospital. 

Sick at Winchester hosp., - 



Sick at Weston, Lewis Co., W. V.. 
April I 



404 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "B," Fifteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Nuiin - 



Plunket, James . . 
Pletcher, Jonathan 
Rohobaugh, John G 
Snicker, Manly . 
Steinback, Geo. W 
Sleeth, Adam C. 
Simmons, W. . . 
Turner, V. Johnson 
"West, Charles . 
West, Alexander 
Waldeck, F. M. . 
Ward, Henry M. 

Discharged. 
Jewell, Albert . 

Died. 
Monypenny, N. B. 
Bailey, Philander 
Dailey, Charles . 
Haines. Thomas 
Hitt, Joseph W. 
Shearer, Andrew- 
West, George 
Keran, Horan 
Shearer, Henry . 
Shoulders, Jacob L 
Means, Isaac . . 

Deserted, 
Taylor, James . 
Sjiroace, William 
Murphy, John W. 
Clark, John . . 

Captured. 
Egan, Michael . 
Bush, Henry II. 
Sheiffer, John T. 
Bond, Levi W. . 
Monypenny, Henry 
Pletcher, William H 
Rohobaugh, A. E. 
Ellis, James F. . 
Crawford, Joseph 
Laurell, John 
Platcher, Jacob H 
Sneed, Arkillis II 
Woofter, Arbert 
Wilkinson, Joshua S. 

Transfer n i L 
Nicholas, William J. 



Jittnk. 


< 


Priv. 


IS 


" 


27 






'• 


19 


it 


19 


(i 


25 


" 


25 


" 


33 


a 


26 


(i 


28 


« 


21 


" 


19 


it 


46 


n 


22 


(< 


18 


u 


19 


" 


18 


Corp'l, 


30 


Priv. 


27 


" 


38 


" 


2:: 


<! 


25 


(( 


24 


(( 


38 


« 


30 


<< 


25 


<< 


18 


It 


25 


Capt. 
Priv. 


36 

21 


(< 


32 


'" 


L9 


u 


28 


<( 


24 


Corp'l, 


21 
23 


Priv. 


18 


a 


27 


a 


24 


(I 


28 


(1 


18 


It 


21 


IstLt., 


27 



When m 
into sen ice. 



Remarks. 



Sept. 



1862 



Mar. 31, 1864 
Sept. 1, 1S62 
1, " 
1-, " 
1, " 
1, " 
1, " 
1, " 
1, " 

Not mustered 
Sept. 1, 1862 
June 20, 1863 
Mar. 31, 1864 

Sept. 1,1862 
1, " 
1, " 
1, " 
1, " 
1, " 
1, " 
I ' 
May 31, 1864 
Sept. 1, 1862 

1,' " 
1, " 
June 20, 1863 

Sept. 1, 1862 



: Creek, Oct. 19, 
At Winchester I 



Sept. 19, '64. 



Wounded at Snicker's Gap, July is, 
1864. At Frederick Cttj I 

Sick at Claryvillc Uosp.,Xov. 4, '62. 



sick at Claryville, r. s. Hospital, 

May 21), 1863. 



Bv Dr.Dovener, a' 
"Dec. 9, 1862, by order M 
Sohenck. 



At Wheeling. Oct, 14, 1862, tj phoid 

fever. 
At New Creek. Nov. 1, 1862, ofmeas- 

i -. 
\t Charlestown, W. V., May 9, 1864, 

cause ank » 

Balled in action near Staunton, Va., 

JunelO, 1864. 
Killed in action near Lynchburg, 

Va., June 18, 1864. 
or wounds ree'd in action near 

Staunton, Va.. date unl 
(if wounds ree'd at Wine:, 

19, 1864. 
Of wounds ree'd at Cedar Creek, 

Oct. 19, 1864. 
Of wounds ree'd at Cedar Creek, 

Oct. Hi, 1864. 
of typhoid fever, tit Jan is Hospital 

Baltimore, NM - 
Of wounds ree'd 

i in. 19,1864. 

From Back Creek, Va., June 3, 1863 
t< u Adg. l. 1868. 

Prom Romnei , Va. Oct. 16,1863. 
From Wheeling, Mar. 31, 1864. 



At Meadow Bluff, Va..May 19, 1864. 



At Snicker- Gap, Va., Julj 18, 64. 
u Berryville, Va., Sept. 3, 1864. 



At Charlestown, Va., lug. 10, 1864. 
At Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864. 



And promoted to Capt. Co. D, Oct 
27, 1863. 



Aggregate, 98 men. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



405 



Return of Copt John McCaskey* '* Company "C," of the Fifteenth Regiment 
West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Virginia, 
showing the condition of said Company on the 2nd day of December, 

together with a complete record of the changes that have taken place since its 
organization. 
(Signed,) Joiix McCaskey, Copt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 



When mi 
into service. 



McCaskey John, 
Bell, Eli M. . . 
McGill, John S. . 
Grim, Salem . . 
Havely, James S. 
Van Camp, Melvin 
Bunn, Burns H. 
McQuown, Wm. T, 
Garrison, James 
Cole, Alfred . . 
Miner, Nelson . 
Kirkman, John . 
Gamble, David W. 
Wayt, Andrew J. 
McEldowry, Wm. C 
Anderson, Charles 
Briggs, John C. . 
Bradley, Michael 
Barnhouse, William 
Blessing, Pius 
Buchanan, Jas. F 
Billiter, Noah . 
Brock, Isaac . . 
Brock, Abraham 
Buchanan, Lewis S. 
Campbell, John . 
Christen, James . 
Corely, Martin . 
Conner, Patrick : 
Cross, Samuel 
Dennis, Cornelius 
Evans, T. J. C. . 
Evans, John H. . 
Echart, Samuel . 
Fox, Frederick . 
Fox, John W. . 
Gamble, Josiah . 
Gilbert, James . 
Goddard, David 
Hercules, Geo. W. 
Haycock, Albert G 
Hanley, Charles 
Hill, Thomas W. 

51 



'Capt. 
list Lt. 
^2d Lt., 

list Ser 
jSerg't, 



Corp'l, 



Drum'r 
Priv. 



Feb. 
Sept. 



1862 



June 25, 1864 
25, " 
15, 

8, 

3, 

8, 

8, 

8, 

8, 



8, 



28 

22 
25 
33 

2d 
25 
20 
20 
24 
21 
28 
29 
21 
2:. 
20 
28 
26 
12 
20 
26 
25 
23 
21 
26 
21 
20 
20 
24 
27 
20 
22 
38 
42 

18 June 
29,Sept. 

19 Mar. 
22 
■11 
34 
29 
40 
29 
20 



8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 



Vice Devoir discharged. 

Vice McCa*kev, promoted. 

without leave, June IS, 1864. 
Vice Bell, promoted. 



Absent, wounded. 



Absent, wounded. 
Absent, sick. 

In conflnment at Wheeling. 

Absent, sick. 

Prisoner of war, Slay 10, 1864. 



Jan. 

Sept. 



29, 
23, 
15, 



1863 
1864 
1862 



8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
7, 
8, 
28, 
Sept. 8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 



1863 
1862 
1864 
1862 



Taken prisoner, July 18, 1864. 



Absent, sick. 



Absent, wounded. 
" sick. 



Absent, sick. 



406 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "C," Fifteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Names. 



S wiii-n mustered 



Remarks. 



Householder, H. C. 
Hawkins, Samuel 
Huff, Isaac . . 
Hauey, Aaron T. 
Inman, Hamilton 
Jennings, John . 
Jobes, William H. 
Lemmon, William 
Ijiston, Allen 
Liston, Thomas E. 
Laisure, Andrew J 
Lawk, Edgar W. 
Lanehart, Dennis 
M.-Klhaney, Wm. C 
Martin, Daniel T. 
Murphy, John . 
Mercer, John W. 
McNeil, Samuel . 
Newcome, Joseph A 
Piles, Michael . 
Postlewait, William 
Reseker, William 
Schoonover, Daniel 
Sheppard, David 

St. Clair, Enoch . 

Singer, James . 

Stotler, William 

Shuman, Nimrod 

Tuttle, John . . 

Vandine, John M. 

Vandine, Emanuel 

Vancamp, Benj. F. 

Vancamp, John M. 

Witchy, Frederick 

Wayt, James K. . 

Wayt, Joseph . 

Wright, Major M. 

Wade, James N. 

Yost, John II. . 
Discharged. 

Devoir, James . 

Allen, Solomon . 

Liston, John G-. . 

Meny, James . . 

Swin, Samuel H. 
Promoted. 

Harely, Robert M. 

Scott, Henry C. . 



Priv. 



is 

43 

28 

25 

32 

44 

23 

20 

25 

20 

25 

20 

18 

26 

44 

20 

18 

32 

27 

22 

20 

19 

29 

26 

21 

20 

23 

34 

27 

21 

24 

44 

27 

20 

20 

28 

26 

18 

on 



May 18, 1863 
Sept. 8, 1862 



8, " 

8, " 

8, " 

8, " 

8, " 

8, " 

8, " 

8 " 

Feb. 28' 1863 

Sept. 8, 1862 

8, " 

8, " 

8, " 



8, " 
24, " 
Nov. 27,' 1863 
Sept. 8, 1862 



Absent, wounded, 
sick. 

lias deserted five times, supposed to 
be in \WUrl county. 

Vbsent, sick. 
Detached duty. 



Absent, wounded. 

Prisoner of war, June 18, 1SGJ. 

Detached duty. 

Prisoner of war, Oct. 13. 



Capt. 

Corp'l, 

Priv. 



Serg't, 



8, " 

June 23, 1864 

Sept. 8, 1862 

8, " 

8, " 

8, « 

8, " 

8, " 

8, " 

8, " 

8, " 

8 " 

Dec. 29', 1863 

11, « 



Prisoner of war, July 18, 1864. 

Absent, sick. 

Absent, supposed to bo captured. 



28 

21 
27 
43 
18 

21 

23 



Sept. 8, 1862 

Q 11 

8, " 
8, « 
Jan. 15,1863 

Sept. 8, 1862 



Absent, Eick since organization of 

company, 



Absent, sick. Bummer. 
Prisoner of war, Oct. 19. 



Absent, wounded. 



S. O. war department, Dee. 1, ISC'!. 
For physical disability, Feb. 23, '63. 

ii II Apl 13, '63. 

K ii July 22, '61. 



1st Lt. company K, l.'itb Beg. Died 
ol (rounds reofl at CloydMt., May 
9, L864. 

to M Lt. Co. G, loth Reg., Nov. uO, 
1861 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "(7," Fifteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



407 





Rant. 


- 


\\ hen mnsl 


.i ki. 


Killed in Action, 












Dulaney, Daniel 


Priv., 


25 


Sept. 


8, 1862 


\: [ijMhbnrgi Jam 18, 1884. 


Lemmon, James 0. . 


CI 


22 




8, " 




Wat kins, John . . 


a 


22 




8, " 




Du >/. 












Lemmon, Robert 


it 


46 




8, " 


Oct, 16, • 


Owens, Hezekiah . 


it 


29 




8, " 


a of lungs 


Briggs, John B. . . 


K 


27 




8, " 


Jan. — , '64, 


/' . rted. 












Allen, William . . 


K 


29 




8, " 


March -, 1863. 


Adams, James A. . 


(i 


is 


July 


21, 1863 


Sept. 23, 1864. 


Haney, William 


a 


2S 


Sept. 


8, 1862 


Oct. - 1863. 


Goddard, Patterson 


(i 


20 




8, " 


March _, " 


Hawkins, Caleb C. . 


K 


11 




8,. " 


June 15, " 
Jan. ., 1864. f 


Smith, Joseph . . 


K 


23 


June 


4, 1863 


Van Camp.RollisM. 


a 


24 


Sept. 


8, 1862 


" " 1863. 


Wells, J. Q. . . . 


(i 


34 




8, " 


Ap'l 18, 1864. 



Aggregate. 



Return of Capt William J. Nichols 1 Company "D," loth Regiment West 
Virginia Volunteer Infantry, stationed at Camp Russell, showing the con- 
dition of said company on the lGth day of December, 18G4, together with a 
complete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization, 
i Signed,) A. M. Pexixger, Lieut. Commanding Company. 



Nami 9. 



When i 
into service. 



Remarks . 



Nichols, William J. 

Hoff, William D. . 

Peninger, Amos M. 

Ivayser, Albert L. . 

Burnsides, Wm. H. 

Freeman, John T. . 

Waggone, Oliver . 
; , Benjamin 
, Gabriel . . 

Lawson, George P. 

Michael, Wm. N. . 

Maxson, Wm. G. W. 

Riffee, John R. . . 

Lewis, William W. 

Shiery, Christian R. 

Atkison, James P. . 

Boram, George W. . 

Boram, Abram G. . 



Capt. 
1st Lt., 
2d Lt. 


23 


Oct. 

Sept. 


29, 1863 

7, " 

8, " 


1st Sgt 
Serg't, 


21 
30 




8, " 
8, " 


it 


2''. 




8, " 


IC 


l'.i 




8, " 


Corp'l, 


22 

2:; 




8, " 
8, " 


a 


2] 




8, " 


<( 


2:; 




8, " 


it 


30 




8, " 


CI 


35 




8, " 


<< 


19 




8, " 


(( 


18 




8, " 


Priv. 


is 




8, " 


it 


38 




8, " 


<< 


18 


Ap'l 20, 1864 



Sick at V. E I'.iltimorc 

I, 1864. 
Taken iTisoucr at Cedar Creek, Oct 



Taken prisoner at BerrrTille, Sept. 

a. ism. 



ind left on field at Lrach- 
borg.Jime 18, 1S64. 

. it licrryville, Va., Sept. 3, 
1864. 

at 1st Div. Eosp. 
Oct. 38, 1864. 



Absent, sick at V. S. Gen. Hosp., 
Baltimore, Aug. 4, 1864. 



Absent, sick at hospital, Winchester 
Oct. 19, 1864. 



408 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "D," Fifteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Bank. 



When mastered 

into service. 



Burrough, David H. 
Brawn, Alexander 
Bailey, Morgan J. 
Bailey, Albert W. 
Brake, Granville 
Burner, James . 
Bailey, Boyd 
Boram, Francis M. 
Burrough, George 
Cayner, Archibald 
Cohenaur, William 
Cayton, David . 
Clem, Emanuel . 
Cowmltn, John S. 
Colan, James B. 
Corder, Albert F. 
Childers, Reubero D. 
Clemens, Norten 
Debarr, Benjamin 
Ervine, Marshall M 
Eakle, Jonathan J 
Fisher, Asa S. . 
Fisher, Zebedee . 
Fisher, Jacob W. 
Flanegan, James 
Far n ash, Charles 
Grady, J-ohn . . 
Garther, George W 
Hughes, Husten J 
Henline, Andrew J 
Hall, James F. . 
Hingman, Alfred 
Hiner, Sylvester 
Jeffries, John S. 
Jeffries, Levi B. 
Jackson, John.W. 
Lash, Joseph 
Lawrence, Wm. A 
McWhorter, S. . 
Mullinax, Samuel B 
Morris, Curtis . 
Maxson, James K.P 
Niar, William H. 
Pumphrey, F. M. 
Ratliff, William H 
Rex road, 1 Uriah . 
Strawser, William 



Priv. 



Sept. 8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
J-ifne 15 
Mar. 3 

o 
O 

Sept. 8 
Feb. C 

G 
Sept. 8 

8 



8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
Dec. 12 
Sept. 8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
Feb. 29 
Sept. 8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 



1862 



1864 



1862 
1864 

1862 



1863 
1862 



1864 
1862 



Absent, sick at U. S. Hosp., Balti- 
more, Aug. 4, 1864. 

Absent, sick at U. S. Hosp., Cum- 
berland, Sept. 2!). 1864, 

Absent at Annapolis, Mtl., wounded 
and left on field at Lynchburg, 
June 18, 1864. 

On detached service, driving team 
in 3d Brig., 1st Div., Dept. W. V., 
Sept. 14, 1864. 

Wounded in action atClovd Mt. May 
9, 1864. 

In pn,t L-iiard house for desertion, at 
New Creek, Jan. 24, 1864. 



Absent sick U. S. Hosp., Baltimore, 

Aug.^4, '64.; 
On detached service, driving team, 

in 1st luf, Dept. W. V., July 3, '64 



Absent sick in U. S. Hhop., Grafton, 
April 8, 1864. 



On det'd dutv driving post team at 
Harper's Ferry, July 26, 1864. 

On det. serv. at 1st Div. Hosp., Dep. 
W. Va., Oct 28, 1864. 

Absent, sick at U. S. Hosp. at Win- 
chester, Oct. 19, 1864. 

Absent, sick at U. S. Hosp, at Cum- 
berland, Oct. 22, 1862. 

Wounded at Lynchburg, June 18, '64. 

On detached service in ambulance 

corps, April 8, 1864. 
Capfd at .Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864 



Absent, sick at TT. S. Hosp. at Cum- 
berland, Jan. 10, L86S. 

Absent, sick at I'. S. Hosp. at Cum- 
berland May !t, LS6S. 



Absent, sick at U. S. Hosp. at Balti- 
more, Aug. 29, 1864. 



Absent in I!. S. Hosp. at Baltimore. 
Wounded at Winchester, Sept. 19,'64. 



On det. serv. driving team, 3d Brig., 
1st Div., Dept W. V., Oct. 29, '64. 



u. ui. u'kat Gallipolis-, O., woun- 
ded at Lynchburg, June 18, '64. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "D," Fifteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



409 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 

i \ i' e, 



Remarks. 



Stutler, Stephen 
Simpson, John B. 
Starcher, Geor. a W. 
Sibole, Robert S. 
Taylor, Albert . 
Taylor, George W 
Taylor, Sandy . 
Taylor, Bradley 
Taylor, Willy H. 
Taylor, Noah . 
Worner, William D 
AVilliams, Edward J. 
Wilson, Jasper . 
Wagoner, M. G. 
Yoke, William J. 
Lawson, David B. 
Batton, William C 
Peterson, Jasper 
Outright, Miffin . 
Taylor, Morris J. 
Atkinson, William A 
Burrough, George W 
Hall, Edward H. 
Thomhill, William 
Allender, James 
Ford, Thadeus C. 
Flesher, Benton . 
Jones, William . 
Kayser, John S. 
Yoke, John R. . 
Aggregate, 



Priv. 

u 


■2:] 
is 


Sept. 8, 
8, 


(< 


19 


8. 


(I 


19 


Dec. 14, 


(I 

(C 


1'.) 
is 


Sept. 8, 
8, 


" 


25 


8, 


(( 


21 


8, 


(( 


2f> 


8, 


(I 


21 


8, 


(( 


2-1 


8, 


u 


24 


8, 


(1 


21 


8, 


(( 


20 


8, 


c< 


18 


Mar. 1, 


IstLt., 


18 


Sept. 8, 
8, 


Capt. 
2d Lt. 




8, 
Dec. 10, 


Priv. 

Corp'l, 

Priv. 


32 
22 

22 


Sept. 8, 
8, 
8, 


1st Lt. 


23 


8, 


Serg't, 


21 


8, 


Priv., 


18 


Ap'l 20, 

Sept. 8, 

8, 


it 


21 
20 


(< 


22 


8, 


it 


is 


Jan. 1, 


c< 


34 


Sept. 8, 



1862 



1863 

1S02 



1864 
1862 



1864 
1862 



1864 
1862 



On ilct. scrv., 1st Div. Hosp., Oct. 28 
1864. 

k at Tialtimdr ■ 
Wounded. Berryville, Sept. :i, '6t. 

On det. scrv., 1st Div. Hosp., Oct, 28 
1864. 



rounded and left in 
hands at Lynchburg, Jm 



al i- S. Soap, at Graf- 
ton, Aug. 12, 1863. 
Absent, sick at ilosp. at Winchester, 
Oct. 20, '61. 



Absent, sick. Missing in action at 
Lynohburg, June 1, 1864. 

Discb'd by Hoard of Examination, 
Cumberland. April 16 I 

Resigned Oct. 23, '63, at Romney. 

'• Nov. 28, '04, at Winchester 
Disch'dat Cumberland, Feb. 23, '63. 
Trans, to Inv. Corps, June 15, 1864. 



Died of brain fever at Cumberland, 

Wot. 16, 1862. 
Died at Charleston of wounds ree'd 

in action. May 26, 1864. 
Died at Gallipolis, O., of wounds 

ree'd in action, .Inn. I_\ 1864. 
Died of consumption at Weston, Va., 

1863. 
Killed at Berryviile, Sept. 3, 1864. 

Drowned accidentally in Potomac 

River, .March 16, 1864. 
Killed at Lynchburg, June 18, 1864. 

Died of typhoid fever at Grafton, 
May 17, 1864. 



.95 men. 



Return of Capt. Cornelius Candy's Company "J?," of the lath Regiment West 

Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Va., showing the 

condition of said company on the 2nd day of December, 1864, together with 

a complete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 

(Signed.) Cornelius Gaxdy, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Nam.-. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into sevice. 



Remarks. 



Gandy, Cornelius . 
Fortney, Ashford E. 
Waithen, Wm. F. . 
Bryan, Thomas B. 



Capt., 
1st Lt. 
2d Lt., 
1st Ser 



Howard, Cyrus W. 2d 



28 Oct. 11, 1864 
22 12, " 

21 12, " 

22 Sept. 10, 1862 
23 1 10, " 



Pro. from IstLt., Oct. 11, '64, vice 
Paul dismissed. 

Pro. to 2d Lt. , Oct. 12, '64, vice Gan- 
dy promoted. 

Pro. from Serg't, Oct. 12, 1864, vice 
Fortney promoted. 

Pro. from Serg't, Sept. 24, 1864. 

<< Corp'l, Oct. 12, 1864. 



410 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company U E," Fifteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 


Rank. 


be 

< 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Scott, Amos C. . . 


3d " 


29 


Sept. 10, 1862 


Pro. Oct. 12, 1864 




Howard, Nicholas C. 


4d " 


21 


10, " 


II Corp'l, Oct. 1, 1864. 




Matlick, John N. . 


5th " 


21 


24, " 


ii it Sept. 24, 1864. 




Herington, Thomas 


1st Cor 


24 


24, " 


Absent, wounded Sept. IV, 1864 




Linton, Samuel P. . 


2d " 


28 


24, " 


_ _ 


_ 


McGee, Thomas H. 


3d " 


23 


24, " 


_ _ 


_ 


Flanagan, James . 


4th " 


20 


24, " 


_ _ 


_ 


Fortney, Charles S. 


5th " 


23 


24, " 


Wounded June 18, 1864. 




Lantz, Washington 


6th " 


24 


24, " 


_ _ 


_ 


Martin, Thomas B. . 


7th " 


41 


Dec. 31, 1863 


_ _ 


_ 


Britton, John W. . 


Priv. 


22 


Sept. 10, 1862 


Absent, wounded June 18, 1864. 




Boliner, John . . 


K 


;;i 


10, " 


II il Oct. 18, 1864. 




Brafford, Geo. S. . 


(i 


20 


10, " 


_ " _ 


_ 


Brown, Lycurgus . 


i< 


39 


10, " 


_ 


_ 


Bolyard, Jno. A. 


it 


39 


10, " 


_ 


_ 


Boliner, Jacob . . 


11 


3] 


10, " 


_ _ 


_ 


Bryan, Geo. W. . . 


11 


2<) 


10, " 


_ _ 


_ 


Bennett, John W. . 


11 


20 


June 20, 1863 


_ _ 


_ 


Boon, Ira .... 


It 


19 


Mar. 14, 1864 


_ _ 


_ 


Crites, John H. . . 


It 


21 


Sept. 10, 1862 


_ 


_ 


Combs, Henry . . 


(t 


20 


10, " 


_ _ 


_ 


Dumire, Jonathan V. 


It 


27 


10, " 


_ 


_ 


Deahl, Geo. W. . . 


It 


37 


10, " 


_ 


_ 


Ellis, John W. . . 


a 


30 


Dec. 17, " 


Absent, wounded Sept. 22, 1864. 




Goff, Philip . . . 


it 


20 


Sept. 10, 1862 


it it July 18, 1864. 




Gildbaugh, John . 


it 


24 


10, " 


_ _ 


_ 


Grim, Paul . . . 


it 


29 


10, " 


Present, wounded June IS, 1864 




Glad well, Lewis F. 


it 


28 


10, " 


Absent, it u n 




Gandy, Clayton L. . 


it 


32 


Mar. 14, 1864 


u ii July 18, 1864. 




Hanway, John . . 


it 


21 


Sept. 10, 1862 


- 


- 


Hamilton, John W. 


ii 


22 


10, « 


_ _ 


_ 


Huffman, Geo. W. . 


ii 


34 


10, " 


_ _ 


_ 


Howard, John W. . 


ii 


22 


10, " 


_ _ 


_ 


Halbritter, Fred M. 


ii 


L9 


Mar. 14, 1864 


_ _ 


_ 


Jeffreys, Melker M. 


ii 


20 


Sept. 10, 1862 


Absent, wounded June 18, 1864. 




Jenkins, Francis 


ii 


20 


10, " 


_ 


- 


Knotts, Robert A. . 


ii 


11 


10, << 


_ 


_ 


Knotts, Andrew J. 


ii 


2:'» 


10, " 


_ _ 


- 


Knotts, Ahab . . 


it 


39 


Oct. 17, " 


Absent, wounded Sept. 19, 1SC4 




Knotts, James H. . 


it 


32 


Mar. 14, 1864 


_ _ 


_ 


Lantz, David . . . 


ii 


28 


Sept. 10, 1862 


_ 


- 


Lipscomb, A. R. 


ii 


22 


10, " 


- 


- 


Lantz, Annias . . 


ii 


22 


10, " 


_ 


- 


Lantz, Adam . . 


ii 


19 


June 20, 1863 


_ 


_ 


Loughridge, Wm. . 


it 


24 


Sept. 10, 1862 


_ 


- 


Matlick, Isaac A. . 


ti 


20 


10, " 


_ 


- 


McKinny, Marion . 


u 


2J 


10, " 


- 


- 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "E," Fifteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



411 



Knnk. 



When mustered 
into Berrice. 



Mountain, Jas. A. 
Michael, Jos. F. . 
Nestor, James S. 
Nine, Christian . 
Nine, William . 
Plum, James . . 
Plum, Wm. G. . 
Pusel, Harvey . 
Runner, John 
Ruby, Sylvanus 
Reedy, Eli . . 
Smedley, John R. 
Shaw, Thomas J. 
Stewart, Jas. H. Sr 
Sharps, Jas. P. . 
Stevens, Evans . 
Stevinson, Jno. "W. 
Trowbridge, 0. J. 
Walter, William 
Wile, Leonard . 
Weaver, Jacob D. 
Walter, Henry . 
Whitehair, Francis 

Wheat, Jos. H. . 

Walter, Silas . . 

Waithen, F. A. . 
Discharged. 

Paul, Wash'n M. 

Jackson, James H. 
Transferred, 

Starr, John . . 

Wiley, Wm. W. . 

Hermans, P. H. 

Jenkins, B. F. . 

Simpson, Alpheus 
Died, 

Shaffer, D. H. . 

Moore, Edward . 

Bush, Frederick C. 

Cunningham, John 

Runner, George . 

Castle, James L. 

Ball, Zacharias . 

Batt, Moses B. . 

Gregg, David 

Runner, Lewis . 
Prisoners of War, 

Sandsberry, Isaac 



Mus'n, 
Priv. 



11 

:;r, 

21 

32 

31 

2] 

•:,:) 

27 

24 

20 

:;s 

22 

22 

29 

22 

29 

2'.) 

21 

34 

21 

23 

20 

2d 

19 

14 



Capt., 
2dLt. 

Q. M. Sgt. 
C. S. Sgt. 

1st Ser 
Priv. 



Dec. 15, 1863 
Sept. 10, 18G2 
10, " 
10, " 
10, " 
10, " 
10, " 
Ap'l 20, 1SG4 
Sept. 10, 1862 
Mar. 14, 1S64 

14, " 

Sept. 10, 1862 

10, 

10, 

10, 

10, 

Ap'l 20, 1864 

Sept. 10, 1862 

10, 

10, 

10, 

10, 

10, " 
Mar. 14, 1864 
14, " 
14, " 

Sept. 10, 1862 
10, " 



Absent, wounded July 16, 1864. 



Present, wounded July 17, 1864. 
Absent, " Juno IS, 1861. 



Serg't, 
Priv. 



10, " 

10, " 

10, " 

10, " 

10, " 

10, " 
10, " 
10, " 
10, " 
Mar. 14, 1864 
Sept. 10, 1862 

10, " 

Mar. 14, 1864 

Sept. 10, 1862 

10, " 

10, " 



Absent, wounded June 18, 186-1. 



Absent, wounded Aug. 24, 1864. 



Dismissed July 27, 1861. 

Res'd Jan. 25, 1863. 

Aug. 5, 1862. Died Nov. 21, 1864. 
Sept. 1, 1S62. Dls'd Sept. 21, 1863. 
To 1st Lt. and E. Q. M. 
To Inv. corps, 1863. 



Oct. 14, 1863. 

Of wounds, May 10, 1864. 
Killed in action, Aug. 24, 1864. 

CI (i July 18, 1864. 

(< (( June IS, 1861. 

Of wounds, Aug. 18, 1864. 
Killed in action, Oct. 19, 1864. 
In rebel prison, — , 1864. 
Of wounds, July 2, 1864. 
Killed in action, Oct. 6, 1863. 

Feb. 14, 1864. 



412 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company li E" Fifteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 


Rank. 


S 

< 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Jackson, Wm. B. . 


Priv. 


35 


Sept. 10, 1862 June 18, 1864. 


Sigley, Wm. F. . . 


a 


30 


10, " 


CI (( II 


Ford, James A. . . 


a 


20 Oct. 17, " 


July " 


Lewis, C. F. . . . 


ii 


2S 


Mar. 14, 1864 


a t( u 


Hawley, "Wm. C. 


Corp'l, 


27 


Sept. 10, 1862 


Oct. 13, " 


Martin, S. M. . . 


Priv. 


20 


10, " 


(< ii ii 


Nine, John . . . 


a 


29 


10, " 


" 19, " 


Deserted. 










Stewart, Jas. H. Jr. 


a 


25 


June 20, 1863 April 18, 1864. 


Jackson. Monroe . 


1! 


2C 


Dec. 15, " July 24, " 


Mankins, Jas. W. . 


(( 


19 


Jan. 16, 1804,June 29, " 


Aggregate,— 


_ 107 men. 



Return of Capt. Fenelon Howe's Co. "F," of the Fifteenth Regiment West 
Va. Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Ya-, showing the coyidition 
of said company on the 1th day of December, 1864, together with a com- 
plete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 
(Signed,) F. G. W. Ford, 1st Lt. Commanding Company. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Howe, Fenelon 
Ford, F. G. W. . 
Baker, Thomas T. 
Boyles, David A. 
Ludwick, Henry 
Groves, Chas. M. 
Painter, Eli . . 
Wilson, John H. 
Price, Isaac . . 
Duckworth, Thos. '. 
Phelps, Geo. A. . 
Weever, A. J. S. 
Cross, Levi . . 
Yeager, William 
Farrance, Elam . 
Auvil, Christopher 
Blake, John T. . 
Bowman, Moses . 
Boyles, Lloyd M. 
Ball, John D. . 
Bowman, Michael 
Champ, John L. 
Campbell, Jacob 
Carpenter, Etham 



. Capt. 
. 1st Lt. 


36 
30 


. IstSgt 


22 


ii 


31 


ci 


40 


ii 


28 


ii 


40 


. Corp'l. 

ii 


25 
36 


it 


28 


a 


23 


[< 


22 


ll 


20 


u 


27 


u 


18 


Priv. 


20 


K 


25 


ii 


23 


a 


19 


" 


33 


ii 


18 


u 


2d 


a 


32 


. 1 " 


25 



Sept.'.lO, 

10, 

10, 

10, 

10, 

10, 

10, 

10, 

10, 

10, 

10, 

10, 

June 20, 

Sept. 10, 

Feb. 17, 

Sept. 12, 

10, 

10, 

10, 

10, 

Feb. 17, 

Sept. 13, 

10, 

10, 



1802 



1803 
1802 
1803 
1804 
1802 



1803 
1804 
1802 



Commissioned Major, Sept. 22, 1854. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company U F," Fifteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



413 



N inn i. 



K ink. 



Champ, Jackson 
Champ, Martin . 
Coffman, Benjamin 
CofFman, Elijah . 
Coffman, John . 
Coberly, Haymond 
Carpenter, John 
Carpenter, Ashman 
Coonts, John W. 
Duckworth, Moses T 
Duckworth, Jas. H 
England, Jasper 
Freeman, John D. 
George, James W. 
Haddix, Alben . 
Hovatter, Bazil 
Hovatter, Henry jr 
Henderson, Jos. R 
Hovatter, Isaac . 
Hovatter, Melker J 
Haddix, Adam . 
Henderson, A. M. 
Isner, Hamilton . 
Kenis, David 
Kines, John R. . 
Kisner, Elias 
Limber, Andrew 
Lock, Isaac M. . 
Leeson, Jesse 
Martin, Joab . . 
Mitchell, Josiah 
Mitchell, Middleton 
Moats, John A. . 
Moats, Moses 
Miller, Godfrey . 
Newcomb, Leroy M. 
Robinson, Cyrus 
Right, William J. 
Sandridge, Luther J. 
Shanaberger, C. H. 
Shingleton, Abra'm 
Shingleton, A. . 
Shorno, John M. 
Sipe, John L. 
Skidmore, Elihu 
Stemple, C. C. . 
Street, William . 

52 



Priv. 



When mastered 

int.. » : 



Bemarks. 



Sept. 10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

Feb. 17 

17 

Ap'l 16 

Sept. 10 

10 

June 20 

Sept, 10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

Feb. 17 

Ap'l 16 

Sept. 10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

Oct. 17 

Ap'l 16 

Sept. 10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 



1862 



1864 
1862 

1863 



1864 
1862 



1864 
1862 



414 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company U F" Fifteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Bank. 



Whi ii mustered 
into sen ice. 



Remarks. 



Teter, Abel . . . Priv. 

Thompson, John B. 

Thorn, George . . 

Teter, James . . . 

Wave, Adam W. . 

Weaver, Henry . . 

"Williamson, Nathan 

Williams, Daniel M. 

Wilson, Joseph S. 

Wilmoth, John K. . 

Winans, Simon . . 

Yeager, Daniel M. . 

Zirkle, Jacob . . 

Campbell, R. W. . 

Moore, Daniel . . 

Mitchell, Aaron 

Teter, Oliver . . 

Arbogart, Geo. W. . 

Coonts, Philip . . 

Booth, William H. 

Bowman, Peter . . 

Hovatter, William . 

Howes, Loren M. . Corp'l, 

JIaddix, William . Priv. 

Hymes, Cornelius 

Martin, Jacob . . Serg't, 

Moats, Eli ... Priv. 

Sheets, Melker J. 

Watkins, Alamander Corp'l, 

Boyles, Lemuel W. Priv. 

Smith, Moses W. . 

Stanberiy, Augustus 

Curkendall, Levi 

Cox, Jacob . . 

Hartsoc, Lomon 

McGinnis, Thomas 

Boyles, Daniel . . 1st Lt. 

Price, Wm. G. W. . 2d Lt. 

Hoff, Wm. I). . . Serg't 

Aggregate, 



23 
31 


Sept. 10, 1862 
10, " 


123 


10, " 


39 


Ap'l 16, 1864 


20 

:;s 


Sept. 10, 1862 
10, " 


20 


10, " 


25 


10, » 


24 


10, " 


;;i 


10, " 


29 


10, " 


18 


10, « 


21 


10, " 


11 


10, " 


42 


10, " 


22 


10, " 


35 


10, " 


25 


10, " 


19 


Dec. 29, 1863 


20 

2:; 


Sept. 10, 1862 
10, " 


4(1 


10, " 


26 


10, " 


28 


10, " 


33 


10, " 


26 


10, " 


24 


June 20, 1863 


21 

3r, 


Sept. 10, 1862 
10, " 


28 


10, " 


18 


Oct. 17, " 


18 
41 


Sept. 10, " 
10, " 


■i:; 


10, " 


21 


10, " 


25 


10, " 


:;:; 


10, " 


34 
23 


July 2, 1862 
Sept. 10, 1864 



Diseh'd the service, Feb. 26, 1863. 



(I (( (I Sept. 15, 1864. 

Died at Meadow Bluff, May 19, 1864. 

Killed at Lynchburg, June 20, 1864. 

Died at Bealington, W. V., Mar. 10, 

1864. 
Killed at Berryville. Sept. 3, 1864. 

Died at Cumberland, Nov. 25, '62. 

Died at Cherry Run, Aug. 3. 1863. 

Killed at Winchester, July 24, 1864. 

(< n Sept. 19, 1864. 

< < Cedar Creek, Oct. 13, '64. 

Died inhosp. at Winchester, Oot. 1, 
1861. 

Killed at Snicker's Ferry, July 18, '64 

" Cedar Creek, Oct. 13, '64. 
Des'd from l'arkersburg July 10, '64. 

i( Cedar Creek] Oct. 13,'64. 

( i Camp Willey, Oct. 8, '62 
Capt'd at CedarCreek, Oct. 19, 1864. 



II Cloyd Mountain, May 9,'G4 
Dismissed the serv., Feb. 25, lsG4. 
" (I Nov. 25, 1864. 

Pro. to 1st Lt. in Co. D. 



.110 men. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



415 



Reborn of Copt. Sidney F. Shaw's Company f&J' of the I6tl Regiment FP< ' 
Fa. Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp BusseU, Via., showing the con- 
dition of said Company <>n the 2d day of December, 1864, together with a 
complete record of the changes that have taken place since Us organization. 
II. C. Scott, Lieut. Commanding Company. 






Bank. 



Shaw, Sidney F. 
Butcher, Thoi 
Scott. Henry C. . . 
Mouni , Benj. F. 

iel C. 
Johnson, Elza . . 
Cunningham, .'. 
Brohard, Mortimer 
Hofman, James . 
Evans, Wm. H. . 
Stuck, Squire H. 
Riel, John G. 
Grim, Eliaa . 
Roberts, William 
Brohard, Loyd . 
Bleavins, Jesse . 
Brown, Abner . 
Brumage, Perry L 
Bradford, Abraham 
Becket, Thomas . 
Baush, Lewis S. . 
Canary, William 
Carder, Sylvester 
Carder, Oliver M 
Carpenter, Theodor 
Casteel, John W. 
Clark, Wm. D. . 
Covert, George W. 
Cross, Nicholas . 
Catlett, Elisha W. 
Dotson, Alfred . 
Fleming, John J. 
Feay, William . 
Fleherty, Thos. M. 
Farnsworth, John J 
Gaither, John R. 
Garrison, Jacob . 
Higgins, Perrv . 
Hall, George W. 
Hall, William . 
Headlee, Henry. 
Huggins, John . 
Hawkinberry, F. M 
Hawkinberry, Z. K. 
Hawkinberry, John 



('apt. 
1st Lt. 
2d Lt, 
1st Sgt 
Serg't, 



Corp'l, 



Priv. 



When mustered 

iuto .» 



20 Nov. 
23 

-in 
35 

2! 

20 

29 June 

40 Dec 

350ct. 

33 

25 

20 

18 

18'Dec. 

18 

20 Oct. 

24 

i'ii 

18 

40 

l'ii 

22 

22 

20 

22 

35 

25 Dec. 

30Oct. 

30 

30 

23 Dec. 

23 _ 

23 Ap'] 

35 Oct, 

25 

25 

25 

25 

25 

25 Dec. 

25 

20 



23 
30 
30 
23 
23 
23 
23 
2:-; 
23 
6 
29 
23 
23 
23 
2:; 
23 
29 
10 
23 
23 
23 
2.". 
2.". 
23 
2:i 
2:i 
23 
23 
23 
11 
23 
23 
23 
14 

20 

2; 
23 

2:^ 

23 
23 

23 
29 
29 

14 



1862 

1864 
it 

1862 



Remarks. 



1863 
1862 



1863 
1862 



1863 
1862 



Acting chief engineer, I)ep. W. V»., 

I o.u 

FullOQ di«ch:ir. 
Pro. 2d Lt. vice Ituteher, promoted. 
Fro. 1st Serg't vice Beckett reduced. 



• Bberidan't Field Hoap., 
Winchester. 
Prisoner of war at Richmond. 

Absent, sick in hosp. 
Absent, sick in hosp. 



Absent, sick in hosp. 



Absent, detailed in hosp. 
( I clerking with Capt. Shaw. 

" sick in hosp. 
" wounded. 

i t wounded June 18, '64. 



Prisoner of war since Oct. 19, 1664. 



ounded aince Oct. 19, 1804. 
I I u II ci Sept. it 



1863 

1864 

ls»'.2 



Absent, sick in hosp. 



Absent, sick in hosp. 
ii ii u 

ii wounded since Sept. 19, C4 



I. ii 



Absent, sick in hosp. 
.< 

ii 
1863 I 



416 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "<?," Fifteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



Nimii -. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
iuto b<t\ li e. 



Remarks. 



Jenkins, James W 
Jenkins, John W. 
Krider, Jacob E. 
Latimer, William S 
Louderman, Win. E 
Linch, Wm. Z. . 
McMannus, John 
Merifield, Charles D 
Minnear, Benj. F. 
Mitchell, John G. 
Reece, Alpheus R. 
Riel, David . . 
Ryall, Thomas E, 
Rowell, Coley D. 
Satterfield, F. S. 
Satterfield, S. L. 
Straight, Jesse B. 
South, Joseph . 
Sharks, Solomon 
Stephens, James 
Jteed, Jonas W. 
Uhl, Heber J. . 
Ullom, John H. . 
Vanleer, Newton 
Wood, Henry B. 
West, William . 
Whitlach, Edward 
Whitlach, Josephus 
Wilkinson, Elmore 
Williams, John P. 
West, John J. . 

Discharged. 
Fulton, James J. 
Carpenter, John M 
Louderman, John S 
Higgins, William 
Bleavens, Abraham 
Badell, Homer . 
Jones, Timothy . 
Morrow, Abraham 

Died, 
Mount, James E. 
Whitlach, Solomon 
Higgins, Daniel . 
Kawkinsberry, C. 
Hannan, Jasper 

Transferred, 
Marshall, Joseph 



Priv. 



1st Lt. 
Serg't, 
Priv. 



2<i 


Oct. 23, 


23 


23, 


35 


23, 


L8 


23, 


2X 


23, 


l'.i 


23, 


30 


Dec. 29, 


18 


29, 


20 


Oct. 23, 


2ii 


23, 


35 


23, 


15 


23, 


Id 


23, 


21 


Dec. 14, 


40 


Feb. 22, 


18 


Dec. 29, 


40 


Oct. 23, 


:;:; 


23, 


33 


23, 


:;:; 


23, 


33 


23, 


25 


23, 


30 


23, 


30 


23, 


3(1 


23, 


30 


23, 


35 


23, 


35 


23, 


35 


23, 


19 


23, 


19 


Dec. 29, 




_ 



1862 



Sick Id hospital at Harper's Ferry. 



Absent, wounded Sept. 3, 1*64. 



1863 
1864 
1862 



Absent, wounded since June 18, '64. 



Absent, sick in hosp. 



Working on fortifications at Wash- 
ington, D. C. 



Prisoner of war since Oct. 19, 186*. 



Absent, sick in hosp. 

Working on fortifications at Wash- 
ington, D.C. 



S. 0.334, Oct. 19/64. 

April 25, 1863. 

For dis., May 10/64. 



Aug. 31, 

Feb. 25, 

it <i 

Ap'l 16, 



Killed by accidental discharge of n 

musket, July 2, 1863. 
Of typhoid fever, Oct. 6, 1863. 

<( (i July 30, 1864. 

Of dysentery, June 30, 1864. 

( ( Maroh 10, 1863. 

To V. R.C.Oct. 2/64 



ADJUTANT ( ; ENERAL'S REPORT. 117 

Company "G," Fifteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



N 



Bank. 



\\ hen mustered 

Hit'' - 



Remarks. 



Malone, Joseph B. . 

Desert"!. 
Harris, William 
Corbin, John A. . . 
Lockh - baryT. 
Aggregate, 



Priv. 



i« i- 1 i . s. Beg. I 

May 8, 1864. 
July 23, 18G4. 






Beturnof Captain John I',. Lukens 1 Company ••11." IMhRegiment WestVa. 
Infantry Volunteers, stationed at CampRusseU, Va., showing the condition 
of said company on the U day of December, 1864, together with a com- 
plete record of the changes that loir,- tnkai place since its organization. 






Bank. 



When n 
into sen ice. 



Remarks. 



Lukens, John B. . Capt. 
Schoft', Wm. L. . . 1st Lt., 
Higgins, Thomas L. 2d Lt. 
Frew, Alexander . 1st Ser 
Luke, Fitton . . . 2d " 
Whiteman, AVilliam 3d " 
Levan, Jacob S. . 4th " 
Deiters, William A. 5th " 
Newman, John W. 1st Cor 
Riley, Alpheus K. .2d " 
Alton, William . . 3d " 
Deloe, William W. ,4th " 
Gray, lTornamus . 5th " 
Deloe, John E. . . 6th " 

Little, William . . 7th " 

Welch, Samuel . . 8th " 

Altmyer, Mathias . Priv. 

Andslev, John . . " 

Burk, Richard . . 

Bowman, William . " 

Craig, John H. . . 

Craft, William H. . " 

Campbell, Wm. II. " 

Cohen, James H. . 

Capper, John . . " 

Coates, Henry . . 

Christian, Anthony 

Cole, Benjamin . . 

Dennis, Joseph L. . 

Deffibaugh, Solomon " 



28 Oct. 
37 An-. 

23 Oct. 
21 
30 
12 
20 
27 
25 
:;l 
22 
47 

in Feb. 
25 Oct. 
25 



1, 1862, 

2 " 
25,' 1864 1 

1, 1862 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 

1, " 
10, 1S64 

1, 1802 

1, " 



Absent, sick at Wheeling. 
On detached service at 1'. ■ 
Absent, wounded, at Wheeling. 



23 


1, 


-11 


1, 




1, 


29 


1, 


22 


1, 


20 


1, 


32 


1. 


26 


1, 




1, 


S 


1, 


27 


1, 


2^ 


1, 


38 


1, 


31 


1, 



Detached at Dep. Headquarters, Md 
[ck :it Parkersburg. 



Absent, wounded at Wheeling. 



Det'd In signal corps, Georgetown, 
D.C. 



Det'd as wagoner. 
Det'd as wagoner. 



418 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "//," Fifteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



When D 

into sen ice. 



Deffibaugh, Alex. . Priv. 
Edrington, Silas 
Florence, Silas . 
Fenton, Joseph . 
Gray, Dewitt C. . 
Graham, Milton G. 
Gillespie, Samuel D 
Gray, James . . 
Harkins, Daniel 
Hersey, Joseph S. 
Hieth, Asal . . 
Hiett, Washington 
Hiett, Robert W. 
Hummel, Elijah 
Haller, Joseph T. 
Hamilton, William 
Jackson, George D, 
Jones, Joseph M. 
Joseph, Samuel . 
Kable, Samuel . 
Lambert, Milo . 
Lawson, Otheo . 
Lynch, Michael J. 
Lunan, Herman 
Lunau, Henry . 
Lannon, Thomas 
McNichol, Alex. 
Magruder, Samuel G 
Magruder, Joshua L 
McCormick, James 
Orr, Hiram . . 
Plouse, Edward 
Robbins, Charles P 
Ray, Thomas A. G 
Roland, John C. 
Rice, George T. . 
Rice, John K. 
Rom, Elz . . 
Rom, Jacob . . 
Silwright, Charles A 
Stilwagen, Adam B. 
Smith, Robert M. . 
Thomas, Thomas . 
Truxel, George W. 
Wonnycott, Wm. J. 
Wasson, Edward M. 
Wallack, Henry H. 



41 

28 
31 
31 

27 

20 

22 

11 

25 

39 

18 

16 

19 

43 

23 

30 

21 

2:; 

43 

46 

39 

28 

24 

11 

19 

18 

32 

20 

21 

34 

20 

2.", 

17 

26 

18 

28 

38 

2-1 

21 

:;n 

:',:; 

1'.) 

23 

22 

39 

2i > 



Oct. 



Jan. 
Mar. 

Oct. 



Jan. 
Oct. 



Dec. 
Oct. 



Dec. 
Oct. 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
8 

24 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

14 
1 
1 
1 

21 
1 
1 
1 
1 



28 

21 



1862 



1864 



1862 



1864 
1862 



1862 
1862 



1863 
<( 

1862 



Absent, sick at Washington, D. C. 
<< nagerstown, Md. 



Absent, sick at Parkersburg. 

(( Cumberland, Md. 

(i Sandy Hook, " 

Absent, sick at Sandy Hook. 



Absent, sick at Baltimore. 



Prisoner of war, Cedar Creek, Oct. 

18, 1864. 
Absent, sick at Grafton. 



Absent, sick at Cumberland. 

Division Butcher. 

Absent, sick at York, Pa. 
Wagoner in Div. Ord. train. 
Absent, wounded at Frederick City, 

Absent, sick at Parkersburg. 

K Sandy Hook, Md. 



Detached at Med. Purveyor's Office, 
Cumberland. 



Absent, sick at Winchester, Va. 
1 1 wounded, at Philadelphia. 

Absent, wounded, at Wheeling. 

Absent, sick at Grafton. 

Absent, sick at Cumberland. 
Absent, wounded, at Wheeling. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company 1 ' 11," Fifteenth Infantry— Continued. 



419 



' 



Rank. 



When i ■ 



Remarks. 



Warffuel, Geo. II. . 
Winesburgh, Eenry 
Wells, Theodore F. 
Whipkey, Freeman 

Discharged, 
Leonard, Wm. L. 

Transfi m d. 
a, L<'\vis . . 
Wells, Albert L. 

Hardy, Robert G. 
Pratt, E. S. . . 

Died, 
Eirner, Frederick 
Kiger, John . . 
Snyder, David 
McKee, W. W. . 
Armbruster, Louis 

Deserted, 
Zrath, William M. 
Gibbs, George H. 
Altmeyer, John . 
Pratt, Henry 

Aggregate, 



Priv., 


20 


<( 


27 


(i 


20 


a 


2] 


2d Lt., 


35 


Priv. 


21 


(i 


22 


u 


19 


it 


22 


a 


18 


(( 


29 


<( 


.... 


ICorp'l, 

Priv. 


42 

20 


<< 


40 


it 


20 


<( 


■'■' 


" 


is 



Oct. 



Dec. 



1, 1862 
1, " 

1, " 

1, 1863 



July 23, 1862 



Oct, 



1, 
1, 

1, 
1, 

1, 
1, 



Dec. 23, 1864 
Oct 



Orderly at Brigade headquarters. 
Blok at Qrafton hospital. 



On account of disability, S. O. 564, 
dated l 21, I 



T.. r. S. army, Gen. order war de- 
partmenl 

transferred t<> Don. com. staff. To 
2d Lt, Co. I, July 2, 1864. ToAdj't, 
. 1864. 
Pro. to Fife Major, Sept. 1. 

Pro. to Ser. Maj,. July 2, 1864. Tran. 
to non. com. staff. 



Nov. 20, 1862. 

At Cumberland, Dec. 20, 1862. 



(I July 18, 1864 

1 QftO Killed in action at Bcrryville, Sept, 
1, ±OU_ ;;. IBM, 

1, 



1, " 
1, " 
1, " 

Dec. 24, 1863 



Killed In action at Cedar Creek, Oct. 
r.i, 1864. 



At Wheeling, Oct. ' 
At Cherry Run, July 18, 1863. 
At Webster, W. V., April 20, 1864. 
At Martinsburg, July 15, 1864. 

95 men. 



Return of Capt. Robert L. Byrnes'- Co. "i," of the Fifteenth Regiment West 
Va. Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Camp Russell, Ya., showing the condition 
of said company on the 3rd day of December, 1864, together with a com- 
plete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 
(Signed,) Robert 1,. Byrnes, Capt. Commanding Company. 



.Nam--. 



Rank. 



When n. I 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Byrnes, Robert L. 
Nash, Thomas G. 
"Winters, Isaac . , 
Nichols, Samuel C. , 
Dauge, Frederick , 
Magruder, Thos. S. 
Reed, Henry . . , 
Winters, Alonzo 
Taylor, John . . , 
Malsed, Mathew 
Bennett, Samuel 
Haught, Michael . 
Armstrong, John C. 



Capt. 
1st Lt. 
2d Lt. 
1st Ser 
2d " 
3d " 
4th " 
5th " 
1st Cor 
2d " 
3d " 
4th " 
5th " 



25 

20 Oct. 

22 

28 Dec. 

28 Oct. 

23 

21 

21 

22 

28 

32 



14, 
14, 
14, 
11, 

11, 
12, 

11, 
11, 

11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 



1864 



1862 

1863 
1S62 



Pro. to Capt., Nov. 10, 1864, rice 

Newman discharged. 
Pro. to 1st Lt.. Nov. 10, 1S64, vice 

inotcd. 
Pro. 2d Lt., -Nov. 10, 1864, vice Nash 

promoted. 



Detached service since Aug. 14, '64. 



Wounded and in hosp. at Cumber- 
lau'l. 

ud in hosp. at Cumber- 
land. 



420 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "J," Fifteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Karnes. 


Rank. 


£ 

-1 

< 


When mustered 
into sen Ice. 


Remarks. 


Ewing, George M. . 


6th Cor 


23 


Oct. 11, 1862 




Nixon, Cornelius . 


7th " 


21 


11 


" 


- 


Winters, Hervey . 


8th " 


21 


11 


tt 


- 


Marsh, Abram . . 


Mus'n 


:;m 


Mar. 10, 


1864 


— — _ 


Shuler, Cornelius . 


" 


1-1 


30 


" 


In hosp. at Annapolis, Md. 


Arnett, Norman 


Priv. 


21 


Oct. 11 


1862 


- 


Arnett, William 


u 


19 


Feb. 8 


1864 




Allin, Emanuel J. . 


(i 


19 


Mar. 30 


tt 


Absent without leave. 


Blake, Robert . . 


" 


23 


Oct, 11 


1862 




Beymer, Frederick . 


" 


22 


11 


tt 


_ 


Bruce, Nathan T. . 


u 


20 


11 


" 


In hosp. at Cumberland, Md. 


Burris, William . . 


ft 


20 


11 


" 




Baker, William . . 


ft 


20 


June 20 


1863 


In hosp. at Winchester. 


Bennett, James C. . 


" 


25 


Mar. 30 


1864 


Detached duty. Martinsburg. 


Couty, John V. . . 


II 


24 


Oct. 11 


a862 


In hosp. at Philadelphia. 


Cunningham, G. W. 


ft 


23 


11 


ct 


- 


Carr, William . . 


It 


42 


11 


ti 


In hosp . at Harper's Ferry. 


Creel, John . . . 


" 


20 


11 


" 




Crickborn, Edward 


" 


11 


11 


tt 


In hosp. at Parkersburg. 


Cougill, John F. 


ft 


19 


Mar. 30 


1864 


Absent without leave. 


Daugherty, Jas. W. 


u 


22 


Oct. 11 


1862 


_ 


Dauge, Robert L. . 


" 


22 


11 


tt 


In hosp. at Annapalis. 


Daugherty, John H. 


" 


23 


11 


it 




Daugherty, Robt. M. 


tt 


21 


11 


tt 




Denom, Elias . . 


it 


21 


11 


tt 


Wounded and in hosp. 


Dawson, James H. . 


" 


27 


Feb. 6 


1864 




Farmer, Thomas 


" 


38 


Oct. 11 


1862 


In hosp. at Winchester. 


Fetty, Joseph L. . 


" 


45 


11 


tt 


_ _ _ 


Hathaway, J. N. 


tt 


20 


11 


" 


In hosp. at Winchester. 


Haught, Benjamin . 


tt 


35 


11 


tt 


it it tt 


Iieadlie, Anthony . 


1 1 


20 


11 


" 


_ _ _ 


Heverin, James . . 


" 


21 


Dec. 12 


1863 


_ 


Henthorn, Adam . 


tt 


22 


14 


tt 


Wounded and in hosp. 'at Parkers- 
burg. 


Kernes, Francis A. 


11 


23 


Oct. 11 


1862 




Kiger, James . . 


" 


37 


11 


tt 


In hosp. at Wheeling. 


Lewis, James E. 


" 


19 


Dec. 14 


1863 




Lewis, Barnes N. . 


" 


20 


14 


tt 


_ 


Largent, Abner 0. . 


" 


34 


Mar. 30 


1864 


_ 


Largent, Jasper N. . 


tt 


19 


Ap'l 20 


tt 


_ _ — 


Marsh, John W. 


tt 


23 


Oct. 11 


1862 


In hosp. at Wheeling. 


Martin, John W. . 


tt 


22 


11 


tt 


Wounded; in hosp. 


Minnix, Jonathan . 


ft 


30 


11 


tt 


tt ti tt 


May field, James M. 


tt 


23 


11 


" 


_ 


May field, Robert . 


" 


21 


11 


" 


Detached service. 


Moran, Zachariah . 


(I 


25 


11 


<t 


In hosp. at Cumberland. 


Moore, Robert C. . 


tt 


21 


11 


it 


ft ft if 


Malsed, Andrew 


tt 


30 


11 


it 


ft ti Annapolis. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "7," Fifteenth Regiment Ufa ntnj— Continued. 



421 



n aa t. 



Bank. 



When i 

111!" - 



Remarks. 



Molson, Jolia A. . Priv. 
Nickinson, Francis 
Roseberry, John T. 
Russell, Thomas 
Robinson, Gordon . 
Sherman, Thomas . 
Sisk, Christopher . 
Sill, Samuel . . . 
Shook, Isaac . . . 
Shafer, William L. . 
Shafer, John F. . . 
Sivnaugh, Geo. W , 
Shuler, James C. . 
Turner, Samuel . . 
Thompson, William 

Tenet, Simeon . . 

Tucker, Francis M. 

Vandevert, David . 

Wharton, John W. . 

Weakly, Newman A, 

Weakly, Benj. F. . 

Workman, Daniel . 
Discharged. 

Newman, Henry 

Flack, David E. . . 

McGruder, Daniel B. 

Dargon, Timothy . 

Davis, John II. . . 

Deffinbaugh, Geo. W. 

Gardner, William . 

Hartley, Daniel . . 

Jackman, Simeon . 

Rogers, James . . 

Travis, Robert . . 

Grizzle, David . . 
Promoted. 

Wells, Albert L. . 
Died, 

Nichols, George V. 

Crim, William . . 

Mayfield, William . 

Moore, Emanuel 

Chedister, John . . 
Cunningham, David 
Canada, Robert . . 
Canada, James . . 
Dawson, Noah D. . 
Elliott, Joseph . . 
53 



Capt. 

1st Lt 
(< 

Priv. 



28 
28 
20 
38 
38 
23 

25 

L9 
21 

1'.! 

L8 
23 
18 

32 
27 
21 
20 

is 

44 

22 
19 
24 

36 

27 
35 
35 
20 
45 
■in 
31 
44 
28 
26 
14 



Dec. 
Oct. 



1863 

1S62 



June 

F.eb. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Dec. 



1863 

1862 
1863 



Oct. 



14, 
11, 
11, 
20, 
17, 
11, 
17, 
11, 
H, 
14, 

14, " 
Mar. 30, 1864 
30, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
14, 
11, 
17, 
20, 
11, 



Absent with leave. 
Prisoner of war. 

In hosp. at Anna 

ii (I Cumberland. 

Detached service. 



Dec. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
June 

Oct. 



1862 



186S 
1862 
1863 



1862 



Dec. 
Oct. 



2dLt. 

Serg't, 
Corp'l, 



Priv. 



11, 
11, 
14, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 



1863 
1862 



23 July 2, 1864 



Detached service. 
In confinement. 
Detached service. 

Wounded; in hosp. 

In hosp. at Philadelphia. 
In hosp. at Harper's Ferry. 

Detached service. 

Oct. 19, 1864, S. O. No. 854, war de- 
partment. 

Apl 1,1863, S. O. No. 354, war de- 
partment. 

ad wa* disch'd April — , 
1863, at Webster. 

Nov. 1!, '61. at Wheeling. 

Date not known. 

At Cumberland, April 11. 

Date not known. 

At Cumberland, Ap'l 8, 1863. 
U Sept. 12, 1863. 

u Apl 7, 1863. 

Date unknown. 

At Cumberland, Apl 19, 1863. 
To Adjutant, Sept. 23, 1864. 



30 
30 
23 

22 
31 
31 
33 
30 
21 
24. 



Oct. 
Feb. 
Oct. 



11, 
17, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 



1862 
1863 
1862 



Killed in action at Winchester, Sept. 

Killed in action at Cedar Creek, Oct 

IS, 1864. 
At Cherry Run, Va., Jan. 2, 1863, *} 

Killed in action'at Winchester, July 

In hosp. at Sandy Hook, of wounds 

i action at Berrrville. 
At Gallipolis, O., July 3, 1864. 

At his residence, Wetzel Co.,' W.V., 

Julv. 1 
Aug. 19, 1864, at Grafton. 

May 2T, 1564, at Meadow Bluff. 

Sept. 29, 1864, at Annapolis 



422 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "/," Fifteenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Rank w When mustered 
< into service. 



Remarks. 



Grey, Henry A. . 
Gun n, George H. 
Goff, Francis . 
Kantriner, Jacob 
Kump, William F. 
Marsh, Geo. W. . 
Moore, Franklin 
Summers, Henry 
Start, Leander . 
Tenet, Salathiel . 

Deserted, 
Mills, Robert 
Ranforth, Thomas 



iPriv. 118 
" 1 23 
" 35 
" i40 
,; 18 
" 28 
19 
30 
42 
" 18 

" 19 
" .35 



Off" 11 1 QfiO Dee. 3, 1862, at Cumberland. 

' ll', 

11, 
11, 

Mar. 30, 1861 



Oct. 



11, 1862 
11, 
11, 
11, 

11, 

11, 
11, 



Jul v 17, 1868, at Sir John's Run, W, 
V. 

v.-.. IS, i-'.-'. :n hi. n idenoe iiiTv- 

ler Co. W. V. 
Killed at Snicker's Perry, July 18, 

ISM. 
Killed in action at Hulltnwn, A.Ug, 

'.'1. I-,|. 

Jan. 4, 1803, at Sir John's Bun. 
Feb. 20, 18M, at Cumberland. 
Jan IT, 1888, at Sir John's Run. 
June 28, 1803, at Oldtown, Md. 
Xov. 20, 1803, at New Creek. 



Sept. 20, 1803, at Cumberland. 
| Mar. 10, 1803, at Cherry Run, W. V , 



Aggregate 117 



men. 



Return of Captain Sylvester Porter's Company "A'," lotli Regiment West 
Virginia, Volunteer Infantry, stationed at Keamstown, Va. , showing the con- 
dition of said company on the 3rd day of December, 1864, together with a 
complete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 
(Signed,) Thos. G. Nash, 1st Lt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Porter, Sylvester 
Lazear, James R. 
Jacco, Jesse . 
Kee, John . . 
Kelly, James R. 
Johnson, Isaac M. 
Runner, Solomon I) 
Moren, John F. . 
Kidwell, John W. 
Murphy, Benj. R. 
Angus, Richard 
McCoy, Samuel . 
Hanaway, James M 
Roney, John . . 
Reynolds, John . 
Able, William . 
Ashby, Erasmus 
Andrew, Henry . 
Anderson, Joseph D 
Ail or, Andrew . 
Angus, William 
Atkinson, Mathew 



ICapt., 30 

list Lt. 25 
2d " 26 
lstSgt44 
Serg't, laa 



Feb. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Feb. 



1 26 
31 

35 
Corp'l, !23 Mar. 
41 

20; 

20 'Feb. 
21 Jan. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

Feb. 



Priv. 



Mar. 



9, 

24, 

6, 

3, 

9, 

16, 

9, 

14, 



24, 
23, 
17, 
24, 

o 

o, 

28, 
18, 
19, 

24, 

7, 
7, 



Absent, sick at Station No. 12, B. <t 
' O. K. R. 
1 ftfid Pro. to IstLt., Aug. 14, 1801, vice A*. 
J.OU1 Oox.kUled. 
(( iCapt'd July 18, 04, at Snicker 

1 1 Pro. 1st Sgt Aug. 14, '04, vice I.azear 

I promoted. 



Capt'd July 18, at Lynchburg. 



Absent on detached service at Galll- 

polls, (,., June 28, 1864. 
Absent, riok at Frederiok, Md., Oct. 

17, 1884. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "JT," Fifteenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



423 






When mastered 
^ into ! 



Ball, George E. 
Bennett, Sylvanua G 

Bolyard, Stephi a J. 
Boyles, Samuel W. 
Bowers, Levi M. . 
Brelsford, Jam 
Brelsford, Wm. II. . 
Cassiday, John . . 
Critter, Daniel . . 
Davis, George W. . 
Downey, James G. . 
Edwards, James T. 
Eddy, Eli J. . . . 
Eliason, Benjamin . 
Flanegan, William . 
Fleming, William . 
Fogg, Joseph F. 
Fous, Lewis . . . 
Glass, Alfred . . 
Grim, Abraham 
Grim, George W. 
Hall, George W. . 
Hawkins, Jonathan 
Hawkinberry, T. F. 
Howe, John . . . 
Henderson, James A 
Jaco, Nelson . . . 
Kidwell, Evan H. . 
Markley, Joshua . 

i, Allen C. 
Matthews, George W 
Matthews, Moses M. 

le, George W 
McGee, Charles . 
Merener, George 
Mitchell, Elis B. 
Moats, John H. . 
Moore, Otho . . 
Moore, William . 
McGlaughlin, A. 
Prickett, Meredith 
Prickett, WaitmanF 
Straley, Asa K. . . 
Shahan, Allen . . 
Smith, Thomas . . 
Silver, Charles E. . 



Priv. 


18 


Jan. 28, IS 


a 


1> 


Mar. 7. • 


u 


24 


1, ' 


<t 


11 


Jan. 28, • 


" 


L8 


Feb. 6, ' 


1 1 


is 


17, " 


a 


;;:; 


Mar. 14, " 


a 


:2s 


14, ' 


a 


:;o 


T ii 


" 


i:; 


14, ' 


■■ 


is 


Feb. 24, " 


ii 


21 


22, ' 


ii 


IS 


Mar. 14* ' 


a 


42 


28, ' 


it 


L8 


20, " 


ii 


L8 


20, " 


" 


1:; 


Feb. 16, " 


a 


18 


Jan. 8, " 


ii 


is 


Feb. 22, ' 


" 


32 


28, " 


ii 


l'.» 


Jan. 28, " 


a 


Is 


28, " 


ii 


16 


Ap"l 20, " 


ii 


IT 


Feb. 22, " 


it 


is 


22 


a 


Is 


2k' ' 


■i 


:;■•■ 


6, " 


ii 


is 


Jan. 28, " 


it 


is 


Mar. 14, " 


a 


is 


Jan. 8, " 


it 


2'.l 


24, " 


" 


_'!, 


Feb. 12, " 


a 


21 


16, " 


a 


Is 


23, " 


ii 


:;i 


Mar. 1, '• 


it 


L8 


3, " 


ii 


■13 


Feb. 10, " 


" 


21 


22, " 


ii 


21 


6, " 


it 


30 


Mar. 3, " 


ii 


1-1 


Feb. 16, " 


" 


26 


24, " 


1 1 


in 


9, " 


ii 


1 9 


Jan. 28, " 


" 


:;i 


Mar. 3, " 


ii 


22 


Jan. 8, " 


ii 


L9 


28, " 



Remarks. 



Absent, sick at Sandy Hook. Iprll I, 

1864. 
Absent, sick at Sandy Hook, July 30 

1864, 



Absent, sick at Wheeling, June IS, 

1864. 
Absent, sick at Winchester, Oct. 4, 

1864 



i 'let. htv. ;it Dept. Head- 



Capfd at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864 



Absent, under arrest since June 1,'64 



Absent, sick at Cumberland, Apl 4, 
absent, sick at Grafton, Apl 4, '64. 

" Winchester, Nov. 10, 

1864. 
Absent, sick at Winchester, Sept. 19 

l-.l. 
On det. scrv. Bince April 4, 1864. 

On det. serr. at Div. H'd Q'rs, Oct. 

30. 
Absent, sick at Claryville, June 1, '61 



ii Winchester, Sept. 19. 
without leave, July 14, 1664- 
Capt'd at Lynchburg, July 18. 



i-Jl ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "A",'' Fifteenth Kegiment Infantry— Continued. 



Names. 



Kank. 



When mustered 

into service. 



Remarks. 



Swisher, James P. . 
Snyder, Amos . . 
Summers, Alexander 
Summers, Thomas M 
Thompson, John 
Tingler, Enos 
Turner, John . . 
Veach, Charles H. 
Walker, William E 
Wells, George M. D. 
Wilkinson, Harry G. 
Lemons, John R. 
Morris, Hiram K. 
Holliday, Milton H. 
Carfer, Stephen . 
Duffield, William 
Dorsey, Alpheus S 

Died, 
Havely, Robert M 
Cotts, Andrew . 
Cerby, Isaac . . 
Daugherty, Daniel 
King, William . 
Cokely, Isaac E. 
Girty, John . . 
Bell, Robert . . 
* Brenner, John . 

Aggregate, _ 



Priv. 



Mar. 
Feb. 



L8 Mar. 

1 19 Jan. 
1 21 
18 

is 

24 

:M 
2] 

is 
20 
17 
20 
38 
22 
1! 
29 



1st Lt 
<( 

Priv. 



3, 18G4 

28, " 

28, " 

3, " 

12, " 

22 " 

o! " 



Jan. 

Ap'l 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Jan. 



21 Feb. 



16, 

29, 
19, 
18, 

7, 
23, 
26, 



18 

33 Mar. 22, 
26 7, 

42 7, 

30;Dec. 26, 
19 Ap'l 20, 
44' Feb. 23, 



Absent, sick at Winchester, Nov. 10, 

1861. 
Absent, sick at Cumberland, July 

21. 1S64. 



Absent, sick at Winchester, Sept. 19 
1864. 



Absent, sick at Cumberland, July 
21.1804 



Absent, sick at Winchester, Oct. 19. 



Absent, sick at Wheeling, Ap'l 4, '64. 
Capt'd at Snicker s Ferry, July 18. 
Absent, sick at Winchester, Oct. 17. 
Capt'd at Cloyd Mountain, May 9,'64. 



Of wounds, Clovd Mountain, May 9, 
1864. 

Killed in action at Winchester, July 
24, 1864. 

April 6, nt Cumberland, of inflam- 
mation of lungs. 

Killed in act. at Lynchburg, June 18 



July 1, Beverly, Ta., typhoid fever. 
July 6, Gallipolis, O., " " 

Of wounds, Snicker's Ferry, July 18 
Killed in action nt Cedar Creek, Oct. 



19. 



.94 men. 



Memoranda : — The 15th Regiment W. Va. Infantry was organ- 
ized with nine companies at Wheeling, W. Va., and was ordered to 
the field on the 16th day of October, 1862, and during the remain- 
der of that year and the year following, did guard duty on the Bal- 
timore and Ohio Railroad. In February, 1864, the tenth company 
was organized. 

In April, 1864, the regiment was ordered to the Kanawha Val- 
ley, and was assigned to the command of Creneral Crook, and pro- 
ceeded with his expedition to the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, 
returning to Meadow Bluffs, W. Va., where the command remained 
about one week, then moved and joined the command of General 
Hunter, at Staunton, and participated in his campaign to Lynch- 
burg, Va., returning to the Kanawha Valley the latter part of 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

June ; thence, was ordered to the Shenandoah Valley, and became 
a part of the Army of West Virginia, commanded by Gen. Crook, 
and participated in nearly all the battles, skirmishes and reconnois- 
sances that occurred during the campaign in the valley of Virginia. 
The following is a list of the engagements in which the regiment 
haa participated, with the number of casualties in each, viz: 

Cloyd Mountain, Va., May 9, 1864 20 

New River Bridge, Va., .May 10,1864 3 

MMdlebrook, Va., June 10, 1SG4 3 

Lynchburg, Va,, June 17th and 18th, 1864 70 

Snicker's Ferry, Va., July 18, 1864 31 

(It was in the last named battle that the gallant Lieutenant Col. 
Thomas Morris was killed whilst leading his regiment.) 

Winchester, Va., July 24, 1864 10 

Halltown, Va, Aug. 24, 1864 7 

Berryville, Va, Sept. 3,1864 26 

Winchester, Va, Sept. 19, 1S64 49 

Fisher's Hill, Va, Sept. 22, 1864 5 

Cedar Creek, Va, Oct. 13th and 19th 61 

Making two hundred and eighty-five killed, wounded and mis- 
sing in the regiment during the year 1864. 

The following is a list of men killed and wounded while bearing 
the regimental colors, viz : 

Serg't Luke Fitton, Co. H, Lynchburg, Va, wounded ; Corporal 
Charles S. Fortney, Co. E, Lynchburg, Va, wounded ; Private C. 
C. Hawkins, Co. C, Snicker's Ferry, Va, wounded ; Corporal Geo. 
P. Lawson, Co. D, Berryville, Va, wounded; Corporal Thos. Her- 
rington, Co. E, Winchester, Va, wounded ; Corporal Thos. Brown, 
Co. B, Winchester, Va, wounded; Private Wm. Tewell, Co. A, 
Winchester, Va, killed ; Corporal James F. Ellis, Co. B, Fisher's 
Hill, Va, wounded ; Corporal Matthew Malsed, Co. I, Cedar Creek, 
Oct, 13, 1864; Corporal Samuel Welsh, Co. H, Cedar Creek, Oct. 
19, 1864, wounded. 

The regiment forms a part of the 1st Infantry Division, Army of 
West Virginia, commanded by Brevet Brig. Gen. T. M. Harris, and 
is now in the Army of the James. 



426 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT W. VA. INFANTRY. 

Return of Capt. A. 0. Barker's Company ••.!." of the 17th Begiment West 
Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Btdltown, W. Va.., showing the 

condition of said company on the 1W/j day if December, 1864, together with 

a complete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 

(Signed.) Samuel A. Parriott, 1st Lt. Commanding Company. 



Xiiiin-i. 



Baker, Arthur 0. .Capt. 36 

Parriott, Samuel A. 1st Lt. 24 

Griffith, George W. . 2d Lt.. 20 

Robinson, John R. , 1st Ser 
Fordyce, John M. . 2d " 
Harris, John A. . 3d " 
Harris, Hamilton C. 4th " 
Gatts, Silas W. . . 5th " 
Hubbs, George W. . 1st Cor 
Marple, John . . 2d " 
Cloustin, William J. 4th " 
Carney, William . 5th " 
Le Masters, Isaac D. 6th " 
Henry, James . |7th " 

Gatts, Samuel E. . 8th " 
Williamson, F. L. . Mus'n 
Conley, Jacob A. . " 
Ayers, John G. . . Priv. 
Burley, Lindsey . " 
Burleigh, Presley M.I " 
Baker, James M. . i " 
Bush, John W. . . " 
Butler, Thomas . . ; " 
Boner, James C. . " 
Boner, Jasper W. . j " 
Buzzard, Theodore i " 
Basforcl, Melvin 
Chambers, Eli . . " 
Criswell, John W. . ! " 
Coe, William R. 
Chambers, James E. " 
Chambers, Amos . " 
Chambers, Alex. . I " 
Doyle, Hiram . .' " 
Daugherty, John W 
Daugherty, Rob'tH 
Dunkin, John . . 
Earnest, Isaac . . 
Earnest, Peter . . 



\\ ben mustered 

into sei [i • . 



Q pr >f. O IQf.A Disch'd as a Private of 17th W. V. 
oc^u. *j, loui j_ i accept commission by order 
Secretary of War. 
Disch'd as "a Private of ntli W. V. I. 
to accept commission b\ a 
of War. 
Disch'd :isa Private of 17th W. V. 1. 
to accept commission by order Sec. 
of War. Not yet mustered. 
Served 6 months' iu 4th W. V. Cai . 



29 

22 

26 

21 

23 

22 

24 

19 

23 

22 

21 1 Aug. 

19 Sept. 

18 

18 

33 

:;i 

35 

18 

18 

37 

17 

10 

is 

is 

is 

17 

18 

2] 

36 

18 

18 

19 

37 

II 
22 



2 

9 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

C 
6 

24 

2 
2 

L9 

2 
2 

2 

o 

2 
o 

2 
o 

6 
9 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

26 

o 

o 



" iVet. 1st W. V. I. 

<< .Served 6 months iu 4th cavalry. 
it 

<: Veteran. 

Served 6 months in 4th cavalry. 
Served 6 months in 4th cavalry. 

Served 6 months in 41U cavalrv. 



Served 6 months iu 4th cavalry. 



S. Tin 11 year in 11th Inf. Honora- 
bly discharged. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ".I." Seventeenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



127 






Bank. 



Earl ewine, Joseph . Priv. 
Earlewii zer 

Earlewine, S. F. 
Founds, David . 

Geho, Jacob . 

Gary, Samuel sr. 
Gilbert. Aquilla 
Gallaher, Levi . 

Gamble, William W. 

/.el, John G. 
Harbinson, Thos. B. 
Karris, John W. 
Harris. James K. P. 
Johnson, Franklin 
Johnson, David B. 
Johnson, Henry . 
Maris, William T. 
Mel 'racken, David 
Myers, David 
Mason, William 
Mitchell, Moe 
More, Thomas . 
Neily, Edwin S. 
Kimble, Abraham 
Lydick, Xoah 
Logsdon, Josepli W. 
Ott, John T. . . 
Potts, George W. 
Purdy, Rufus S. 
Piles, Salem L. . 
Pierce, William L. 
Ross, Joseph R. . 
Ross, Matthias B. 
Reynolds, Lewis 
Reynolds, William 

imond, Taylor 
Roseberry, John E. 
. Alexander H. 
Reilly, Hyder . 
Siebert, Barney . 
Stewart, James P. 
Staniford, John J. 
Thornberry, Leander, 
Talbert, Anthony W 
Venus, Joseph A. . 
Wilson, Joseph Ii. . 



When miutnred 

int., service. 



Bemarka. 



L9 
20 

1!' 
IS 

L9 
L8 

27 
11 
12 
21 

43 

is 
18 

is 
l'.i 

y 

44 

18 
21 

18 
:V.\ 
31 
20 
L9 
25 

•y> 

35 

IT 
L8 
1> 
21 
24 
19 
16 
L8 
21 

Is 

18 

19 
L8 
L8 






Sept. 



Aug. 
Sept 



Oct. 
Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept, 



Oct. 

Sept. 



Aug. 
Sept 



Sept 



2, 1864 

2 '■ 

2, " 

— ' 

2 .. 

—t 

2 " 

6, " 

21, '■ 

1, " 

26, " 
6, " 

24 il 

6, " 

2 " 

2 " 

2 " 

1, " 

2 " 

2 

24,' " 

24 " 

1, " 

2 

2l". " 

27. '■ 
1">. " 

4, '• 



2 
2 

o 

— *1 

6, 

2 

7. 

19, 
9 



2 

24; 
7. 



Served 6 mouths in 1th cavalry. 
3 11 1st Inf. 



6 months in 1th cavalrv. 



Served 6 months in 1th cavalry. 



19 

19 Aus. 



Vet Served in 7th Inf. 



Served 6 month* in 1th cavalry. 
11 II 



Served 6 months In 1th cavalry. 



Vet., served in *th Inf. 



Served 6 months in 4th cavalry. 



Served 6 months in 4th cavalry. 



Served 3 months in 1st Inf. 



428 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company ll A" Seventeenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
iuto fct\ ice. 



Remarks. 



Wright, Josephus 
Welch, Thomas D. 

Deserted. 
Curtis, John . 
Rains, Noah . . 
Rains, Henry C. 
White, Edward . 

Promoted. 
McGowen, John 0. 

Aggregate,— 



H 


1'iiv. 


2l| 
16 




« 


42 

20 




Corp'l, 


21 




Priv. 


•j:; 




u 
u 


26 
20 



Sept, 2, 1864 



In 



Sept. Jii, 1864, from Wheeling. 
Dec. 2. 186*, from Bulltown, W. V. 

K I! (( (( 

Sept. 15. '64, from Wheeling. 
To Com. Serg 't, Sept. 26, 1864. 

94 men. 



Return of Capt. Samuel B. Todd's Company "i?," of the 11th Regiment 
West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at Bulltown, West Virginia, 
showing the condition of said Company on the 19th day of December, 1864, 
together with a complete record of the changes that have taken place since its 
organization. 
(Signed,) Samuel B. Todd, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Todd, Samuel B. . 
Nezum, Andrew J. 
Latham, Benj. F. . 
Kuh, John 0. . . 
Boggess, Anthony C. 
Gary, James E. . . 
Graham, Samuel E. 
McDaniel, Wm. S. . 
Dumire, Elmore H. 
Jaco, George M. 
Clayton, John F. . 
Wilson, John A. H. 
Ford, William H. . 
Wehn, Henry E. . 
Doolittle, Jacob . . 
McDanmel, Adam . 
Beall, Vernon . . 
Bercher, Jeremiah F. 
Turner, Henry M. . 
Atherton, Benjamin 
Barker, Abraham . 
Burchfield, James . 
' Butler, George H. . 
Burmiham, Michael 



Capt. 
lstLt.J 
2d Lt. 
1st Sgt 
2d " 
3d " 
4th " 
5th " 
1st Cor 
2d " 
3d " 
4th " 
5th " 
6th " 
7th " 
8th " 
Mus'n, 

Team'r 
Priv. 



When mustered 
into service. 



Remarks. 



Sept. 



Aug. 



Sept 
Aug. 
Sept 
Aug. 



Sept, 
Aug. 



10 
20 
20 
31 
31 

:n 

31 
30 
30 
31 
31 
:;i 
31 
2 

31 
1 
31 
26 
31 
26 
2 

31 

26 

22 



1 QAzl.1 App'dby Got. A.I. Boreman. 

(( Disch'd ns Priv. 17th W. V. I. to ae- 

ceptcom., by order Sec. of War. 
(( Disch'd as Priv. 17th W. Y.I. to ac- 
I cept com. by order Sec. of \V :ir. ■ 
(( Served 6 months in 1th W. V. Civ. 



10 el (I 6th 



Inf. 



Served in M 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company "5," Seventeenth Regiment ftifanfay-Continued. 






Rank. 



Bonar, Hyrain . 

Boyles, Audi 
Boyles, Barnei . 
Boyles, Melker M. 
Bishop, Adam H. 
Cole, Thomas E. 
Cornwell, William E 

el, James J. . 
( 'lark, John . . 
< ; . ■ • 
Davis, George W. 
Doolittle, George 
Danley, Stephen 
Dean, Jesse . . 
Eckelberger, John C 

.-, Pinkney II 
Foreman, Upton 
Gregg, Henry H. 
Gary, William R. 
Hileman, Leonard 
Eardsock, George H 
Haddox, Abram 
Haddox, Isaac . 
Haddox, Samuel 
Haddox, William 
Icard, Isaiah . . 
Jaco, James M. . 
Jaco, Job . . . 
Jaco, Thomas H. 
Johnson, Thomas F 
Jones, Uriah . . 
Knaggs, John . 
Keener, Harman 
Kirk, Richard A. 
Lewellen, John C. 
Lindsey, Z. N. . 
Mundle, Fred'k F. 
McGill, George W. 
McGill, Wm. D. . 
Means, Isaac . . 
Males, Wm. R. . 
Miller, Pleasant J. 
Miller, John Sr. . 
Miller, John Jr. . 
Mathis, Win. M. 
McDaniel, Nathan 
Moore, Israel 

o4 



l'riv. 



When n 



Remarks. 



Aug. 
Oct. 



33 
26 

27 

22 Aug. 

21 

22 Sept. 

38 Aug. 

23 

33 

37 

11 

L8 

21 

2] 



Sept, 
Aug. 



Sept. 
L9 Aug. 

18 Oct. 
35 Aug. 

20 Sept. 

L8 

3 1 Aug. 
33 

35 Oct. 
27 Aug. 

21 Sept. 

22 Aug. 
22 
20 

24 Sept. 
43 

29 Aug. 
25 
20 

19 Sept. 
2'. i Aug. 
39 
28 
19 
29 
20 

42Sept 
19* 
26 Oct. 
38|Aug 
31 Sept 



30, 
L3, 
13, 
13, 
2 

81, 

31, 

2 

20, 
26, 
31, 
2, 
13, 

31, 

o 

■'• 
31, 
31, 

4, 
23, 
10, 

1, 
30, 
30, 
26, 
31, 
26, 
31, 
31, 
27, 

2 

2 

29', 
26, 
31, 

1, 
23, 
26, 
26, 

31. 

30, 

31, 

2, 
29, 



rvcd9 months in l'Jih inf. Honor- 
1001 B bly discharged , 



; , Served :'■ years In -d Infantry. 



30, 

9 



Served 6 months in 4th cavalry. 
Served 6 months in 4th cavalry. 



i . .Served 6 mouths in 4th cavalry. 



Served 6 months in 4th cavalry. 



430 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "J5," Seventeenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 

into win id-. 



Remarks. 



McWillioins, Harvey 
Nuzum, Joel D. . 
Nuzum, Thomas 
Pierce, William . 
Powell, Isaac 
Powell, Allison . 
Reese, Samuel L. 
Robinett, George H 
Sinclair, Silas . 
Shaferman, C. J. 
Shaferman, Francis 
Shurtleff, M. C. . 
Shuttleworth, C. L. 
Same, Corbin . 
Turner, John L. 
Thomas, Ellmore 
Thayer, Franklin 
Vincent, William R 
Vincent, Isaac L. 
Williams, Wm. J. 
Wilson, Virginius 
Wootring, John . 



Priv 



20 

!38' 
29 

120! 
4:; 
23 
25 
19 
'32: 
18 
25 
18 
'27 1 
124 
18 
!34 
,20 
1 23 
31 
|35 
!42 
IS 



Sept. 
Aug. 



Sept, 
Aug. 



Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Aug. 

Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Aug. 



2, 1864 
26, " 
29, " 
31, " 

2 " 

5, " 
24, " 
31, " 
31, " 
31, " 
31, " 

2 " 
30' 

2, 
24, 
26, 

2 
23,' 

5, 
30, 

2 

27; 



{Served 6 month* In ttnosvalry. 



Served 3 months iu 2d Infantry. 



Aggregate, 93 men. 



Return of Capt. Nathaniel D. Helmick' 1 s Co. "C," of the I'th Regiment West 
Va- Infantry Volunteers., stationed atBulltoicn, W. Va., showing the con- 
dition of said Company on the 19th day of December, 1864, together with a 
complete record of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 
(Signed,) N. D. Helmick, Capt. Commanding Company. 



Names. 




Rauk. 


- 


When mustered 
into service. 


Remarks. 


Helmick, N. D. . 


• 


Capt. 


27 Sept. 14, 


1864 


Disch'd as Priv. to accept com. in 

17th M*. V. I., Srf>t. 14, 1864. 


Parkinson, Henry 




1st Lt,, 


23 14, 


it 


Disch'd as Priv. to uccept com. in 
17th \V. V. I., Sept. 14, 1864. 


Raftb, Antony . 




2d Lt. 


27 16, 


u 


Disch'd as serg'tot tith \V. V. I. to 
uccept com. in 17th W. V. I. 


Carter, Eldridge 




1st Ser 


22 


Sept. 9, 


" 


_ _ _ 


Leonard, Porter 




2d " 


23 


9, 


.i 


Vet., served 3 years as Private in 8tli 
Pa. R. C. 


Layman, Joshua 




3d " 


38 


Aug. 24, 


a 




Cramer, Samuel E 


B 


4th " 


26|Sept. 6, 


— - _ 


Parkinson, James 




5th " 


26 2, 


a 


Served 18 months iu 1st W. V. Inf. 


Keller, Charles . 




1st Cor 


2, 


K 


it G it 4th ii Cav. 


Hartley, Newton 


M. 


2d " 


20 Aug. 24, 


CI 


_ _ _ 


Wilson, Eli . . 




3d " 


25 Sept. 6, 


(1 


_ 


Holland, Harman 


A. 


4th " 


43 


6, 


CI 


_ - - 


Gaskins, Andrew 


J. 


5th " 


30 


6, 


(< 


_ 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Compa 111/ '•''," Seventeenth Regiment Infantry— Continued. 



431 






Rank. 



\\ h.-n mustered 

into* n li •-. 



Remarks. 



Nuzum, Thomas . 6thCor 
Helmick, David S. . 7th " 
Ross, Henry M. . . 8th " 
Adams, John C. . Mus'n, 

I » v.vney, John T. 
Shriver, John J. . Wag'r 
Appling, Benjamin Priv. 
Bell, Edward . 
Burns, 1 - 
Bryan, Temple . 
Clemmer, John . 
Courtright, William 
Crane, John B. . 
Carpenter, Win. H 
Cashner, John T. 
Carrol, George W. 
Crosten, Charles 
Cambridge, Joseph 
Carr, James C. . 
Dorsey, Larken H 
Dorsey, William C 
Dunlap, William B 
Deloe, George C. 
Detwiler, John Y. 
Darr, William . 
Fimple, John T. 
Fitzgerald, John H 
Ford, Daniel . . 
Fulks, James C. 
Grimes, John W. 
Hartley, Thomas A 
Hartley, Stenrod E 
Hesten, David . 
Haun, Dallas C. 
Hicks, William B. 
Hicks. Richard . 
Howard, Jacob . 
Hammond, Alex. 
Haught, William 
Hadix, Enoch . 
Hall, Robert B. . 
Knapp, Frederick G 
Kimmick, George 
Loyd, John A. . 
Layman, Elias E. 
Layman, Eugenius E 
Long, John J. . . 



20 

41 
17 
18 
25 
23 
39 
29 
:)■] 
29 
31 
i'l 
■2~ 
19 
40 
19 
■J I 
36 
32 
■2\ 
18 
26 
19 
2> 
38 
:;o 

21 

-1 
J!i 
18 
1> 
20 
L9 
2> 
39 
33 
2s 
L8 
12 
19 
Is 
30 
L9 
in 
18 



Sept. 6, 1864 
. 24, " 
.6, " 

in, " 
6, " 
6, " 



Sepl 

Sept 
Oct. 



16, 

5, 
26, 
24, 
0, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
5, 

Sept. 26, 

Oct. 26, 

Sept. 23, 

6, 

1, 

2, 

Aug. 30, 

Sept. 12, 

26, 

Aug. 24, 

Sept. 2, 

Aug. 23, 

Sept. 2, 

o 

Aug. 24^ 
24, 



Sept, 



24, 

6, 

o 

l<t 



Aug 
Sept 
Aug. 30, 
Sept. 12, 



22 
23] 



Oct. 6, 
Aug. 24, 
Sept. 6, 
Aug. 27, 
23, 



Pro. to Q. M. Sergt, Sept. 10, 1864. 



1'ro. to hosp. Stewart, Sept. IT, 1861. 



Served 6 months in i:h cavalrr. 



432 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

i npany ••('," Seventeenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



When mustered 
Into sen ice. 



Remarks. 



Lash, Daniel . 
Lvnn, John A. . 
Martin, Felix W. 

Mentzer, William B 
Miller, Martin L 
Merrifield, T. J. 
McKenney, Calvin B 
Powell, Francis M 
Powell, Jacob C. 
Pauley, Henry . 
Rannie, Alexander 
Ross, William J. 
Ross, William . 
Robinson, Thomas 
Robinson, Simon M 
Springer, Zaccheus 
Springer, Richard 
Swisher, Levi . 
Satterfield, N. B. 
Swearingen, Win. 1 
Stricklin, John . 
Sockman, Warren 
Smith, Benjamin F 
Smith, James 
Schammahorn, Davi 
Shook, Zebedee . 
Stotler, Harman A 
Vincent, Amos B. 
Wilson, Francis A 
Wilson, Archa . 
Wable, John W. G 
Wynesburg, Oscar F 
Wable, David W. 

Deserted. 
Bennett, John H. 
Cook, Robert L. . 
Davis, Harris J. 
Irwin, [saac . . 
Mait hews, William 
Martin, I i-raham 
Kidd, J. S. M. . 
Norton, James . 
Aggregate, 



Priv. 



25 Aug. 29, 1864 
180ct. 3, 
ig.24, 



29, 
16, 

Sept. 6, 
22 Aug. 24, 

29 Sept. 6, 

30 6, 
22 Aug. 29, 



L8 

L'l 

19 
23 
19 
22 

20 
37 

:;;; 

36 

... I 

22 Aug. 23; 
2o'Sept. 3, 
33 Aug. 30, 
18 Sept. 2, 
26 Oct. 5, 
37 Aug. 24, 
181 24, 



24, 

Sept. 6, 

o 

22! 

22 
6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 



Sept. 6, 
2, 
Aug. 25, 



21 Oct. 5, 



Aug. 25, 

25, 

Sept. 1, 

Aug. 23] 
16, 

Sept. 1, 



122 Aug. 23, 



Vet., 19th Ohio Vol. Iuf. 



Veteran. 



Served 6 months in 4th W. V Oay. 



Bept. 10, T-<;t, at Wheeling. 



(l 2<S, 1864, l< 



Nov. l, 1864. at Bolltown, v.". V. 
Bept. 10, 1864, at Whirling. 



.101 men. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S KEFORT. 






Betui 's Company "D," 17th Regiment West Va. 

Infantry volunteers, stationed at BuUtown, '> . Pi*., showing the condition 
ompany on the 19th day of December ', 1864, together with acorn- 
I of the changes that have taken place since its organization. 

I>. W. Peden, Copt. Commanding Company. 






\\ ben mustered 
Into - i \ Ice. 



B 



Peden, David W. . 

. Edward S. . 

McTi .. H. . 

Buckley, W. H. . . 
Lockhart, V. T 
Finn, Benj. W. . . 
Art is. Geo. W. . . 
Lott, Andrew J. 

. . Wellington P 
Warner, Wm. H. . 
Gillespie, Robert T. 
Huey, George W. 
Underwood, Henry 
Wilson, George J. . 
Williams, N. J. . . 
M( < iallagher, Isaac 
Burdett, Alexander 
Buckannon, Wm. 
Anderson, Otis B. 
Anderson, Joseph 
Amos, Frederick T. 
Amos. Squire W. < ' 
Armstrong, Eugene 
Booth, James A. 
Brogan, Anthony 
Barker, John . . 
Bailey, Perry 
Butcher, Edgar . 
Barr, John . . 
Buckley, James . 
E. . 
Brummage, Jacob 
o, John R. . 

n, James H. 
Clark, Abraham 
Coles, Wm. IF H, 
i ell, Amos . 
1 aday, John . 
Cain. Anson . . 
Devore, Jam* 
Devore. John . 
Eaton, Elihu . . 
Flowers. John H. 
Floyd, William L 
Efaw, Alfred . . 



b. 10, 1864 
22 1", " 



I 'apt., 
Lt. 
2d Lt., 21 

lstSer23Sep1 6, L864 
2d •■ 21 2, ' 

3d " 
4th " 
5th " 
1st Cor 
2d " 
:3d " 
4th '• 
5th '• 
6th '■ 
7th •• 

Mus'n, 
Team'r 
Friv. 



6, 
6, 

6, 

Aug. 27. 

27, 

7, 

5, 

6, 

6, 

6, 

12, 

6, 

6, 



3] 

27 
34 

23 

20 

2] 

L9 

20 

19 

18 Sept. 

29 

18 27, 

18 Sept. 2, 

20 Sept. 8, 
25 Au 

L8 

! 

19 
17 

1- Aug. 27, 
18 Sept. 15, 
18 Oct. 1, 
18 Aug. 27, 
t. 2, 
4l: 2, 

24 2, 

21 

18 Oct. 
44 

21 Sept. 9, 

17 12, 

18 13, 
15, 



6, 
6, 
6, 

N 



1. 
1, 



\': 



l:l,M:.r -!. II, I-. I. 



• ui 1'riv 
In n-ii w. v. I. 



434 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "X>," Seventeenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



s 



Rank. 



When mustered 
inl" sen ice. 



Remarks. 



Gump, Henry . 
Gump, Benoni . 
Gump, Isaac . 
Gump, Frederick 
Grey, James . 
Huey, David W. 
Heldrith, David 
King, Francis M. 
Lemasters, Elias 
Leary, John C. . 
Lehew, Andrew J. 
Lott, Bartholomew 
Lightner, Wm. A. 
Marshall, John . 
Moore, Perry 
Morris, William H. 
Moore, Josephus 
Merrifield, J. M. V 
O'Dowd, Enoch . 
O'Dowd, John . 
Provance, Jasper 
Price, John C. . 
Price, Lewis J. . 
Phillips, Randolf 
Park, William A. 
Powell, Wm. B. . 
Parsons, Banj. F. 
Snodgrass, James T 
Snodgrass, AVm. S. 
Sheets, William H. 
Smith, Isaac . 
Smith, William . 
Sams, David A. . 
Shaner, Elijah N. 
Simpson, Alexander 
Shupp, William W. 
Shrader, Leonard M 
Shrader, David W. 
Smith, Solomon . 
Try on, Reuben F. 
Vaught, Stephen 
Whitesides, John T 
Wigal, William . 
Wigal, Phillip H. 
Wilson, Robinson 
Andrews, James M 
Graham, John . 



Priv. 39 Sept. 5,1864 



21 
32 

30' 

L8 

31 Oct. 

19'Sept. 

18 

21 

18 

26 

20 

18 

18 

20 

18 

25 

24 

18 

20 

L8 

18 

L8 

25 

19 

37 

36 

18 

in 

23 

18 

43 

L9 

18 

24 

18 

18 

18 

18 

38 



D, 

"., 

5, 
19, 

1, 
5, 

o 

B, 

6, 
5, 
6, 

22, 
o 

?! 

Q 
"i 

5, 
18, 
5, 
5, 
6, 

', 

2 
3] 

5, 
18, 
30, 



2, 

6, 

Aug. 27, 

27, 

Sept. 5, 

5, 

13, 

5, 

2 

Aug. 27,' 

27, 



21 Sept. 2, 
19; 6, 

25 Aug. 27, 
25Sept. 2, 
18 2, 

30 6, 

'Aug. 22, 



Deserted Sept. 7, 1864, at Wheeling. 



Died In Reg. Hosp. at Bulltown, '\Y. 
' V.. Nov. 29. 18M. 



Aggregate, 92 men. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



435 



"Return of Copt. Frank I.. Eicktr Co. "E," of th* Seventeenth Regiment West 
I ,/. Infantry Volunteers, stationed at BuUtovm, W. Va..sh,>ii<ui,ithecniitl!ti»n 
of said company on the 19th day of December, 1864, together with a com- 
plete recoraof the changes that have taken place since its organization. 
(Si, in- Haevbt Stagqabs, [si Lieut. Commanding Company. 



Names. 



Bank. 



When mustered 
Into lei ii e. 



i;. marks. 



Hicks, Frank L. 

gars, Harvey. 
( ramson, Alpbeua 
Tricket, Harman . 
Brown, ( Sranville 
Kelly, Clark . . 
Jones, Nathan 
Ryan, Thomas A. 
Selby, Leonard . 
McRa, Edgar 
Vandivert, Wm. J 
Brown, John . . 
Hartley, J. Milton . 
Davis, James N. 
Litman, Isaac N. . 
Hayes, George C. . 
Protzman, Nimrod . 
Arnet, William N. . 
Austin, Simeon . . 
Altman, Robert M. 
Albright, Samuel . 
Brown, William B. . 
Brown, Daniel . . 
Burgoine, Henry H. 
Britten, Horatio 
Britten, John W. . 
Brook over, R. D. 
Bell, Henry . . . 
< ' urico, John W. 
Cole, John . . . 
Con away, Henry 
Dorsev, Rush W. 
Dorton, Solomon 
Eberhart, James T. 
Eberhart, Win. A. . 
Flumm, Thomas . . 
Field, Thomas: D. . 
Fisher, Leonard 
Freeman, James . . 
Funk. Martin V. B. 
i, Joseph . . 
Hare, Jeremiah . . 
Harden, Samuel W. 
Hopkins, Wm. R. . 
Kirkpatrick, Erastus 



Veteran. 



App'd Principal Musician, S. 
3, Sept. 26. 



('apt. 24 Sept. 10, i864 1 AppdbyGov - AI - BoremaD - 
1st Lt.42 10, " " li " " 

2d Lt. 31 
1st Ser 28 
2d " '.l 1 
3d '• -1 
4th " 21 
5th " 26 
1st Cor 21 
2d " L9 
3d " 27 
4th " 34 
5th " 21 
,6th " 23 
7th " 30 
8th " 17 
Mus'n 2'.' 
|Team'r34 
Priv. 17 

33 

38 

25 

•n 

28 

44 

21 

36 

41 Oct. 

38 Sept 

18 

25 

22 

22 

18 

17 

21 

19 

37 

18 

19 

37 

18 

18 

18 



is 



10, 


| 4 


3, 


'• 


3, 


" 


o 


(I 


7, 


II 


3, 


It 


3, 


U 


3, 


It 


3, 


II 


3, 


II 


3, 


II 


5, 


11 


6, 


II 


3, 


II 


12, 


II 


3, 


II 


3, 


Ii 


6, 


11 


9, 


II 


3, 


II 


3, 


" 


3, 


II 


6, 


II 


6, 


II 


6, 


(1 


h 


II 


5, 


II 


3, 


II 


G, 


II 


7, 


ll 


3, 


II 


2, 


II 


5, 


II 


3, 


II 


3, 


II 


3, 


II 


6, 


II 


1, 


t I 


3, 


11 


3, 


II 


3, 


II 


• ' 


" 


27 


II 



436 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Company "E" Seventeenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Knox, Marshall . 
Lyons, Jacob 
Lanhan, Thomas 
Lindsey, Alex. 1 1 . 
Moore, Adam . 
Moore, Gilbert F. 
Mercer, Waitman 
McKenney, P. D. 
McRa, Oliver P. 
McBee, Zadoc . 
Male, George W. 
Orr, Ammi . 
O'Kelly, Asa S. . 
Puffenberger, C. 
Protzman, Marion 
Phillips, James K 
Phillips, William H. 
Pew, Alpheus . 
Pew, Henry F. . 
Pixler, Wm. W. 
Powell, Francis M. 
Plum, Elza . . 
Rumble, Alexander 
Robe, Isaiah . 
Rice, John 
Smith, Isaac H 
Selby, Benj. F. 
Shafer, Peter 
Summers, Columbus 
Springer, Hiram 
Staggers, Adam . 
Severe, Jesse S. . 
Thompson, John A 
Ten n ant, Win. M. 
Ten n ant, Zimary 
Tennant, Simon P. 
Tennant, Andrew 
Tennant, Amon J. 
Tennant, Jacob P. 
Tennant, Enoch 
Watts, Joseph E. 
Watson, George W 
West, Alpheus . 
AVilliams, James 
Williams, Michael P. 
Wright, Jeremiah 
Walter, Lewis . 



Rank. 



Priv 



When mustered 
into service. 



Sept. 2, 1864 



5, 



Oct. 
Aug. 

Sept. 



30, 



Oct. 
Sept 



Aug, 
Sept 



Aug. 
Sept. 



2, 

26, 

5, 

3, 

14, 

o 

o, 

3, 
3, 
3, 
5, 
3, 
3, 

1, 

3, 

Q 
3, 

6, 

10, 

9 
"i 

3, 



5, 
9, 

1, 

30, 
30, 
30, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 

o 

a, 
2 

3, 

6, 
30, 
29, 



Pro. to Serg't Major, Sept. 26, 1864. 



Aggregate 92 men. 



ADJUTANT GENKUAI/S REPORT. 



437 



Return of Copt Morris M. Snider 1 s Company tl F, v ofthe VJth Regiment 

i Virginia Infantry Volunteers, stationed at BuUtoum, West Virginia, 

showing the condition of said Company on the i9th day of December, L864, 

together with a mgesthat have taken place since its 

organization. 

(Sig M. M. Snider, Capt. Commanding Company. 






Bank. 



lustered 






Snider, Morris M. . 
Davis, Thomas E. . 
Matheny, Hosea 
Chambers, Geo. W. 
Matlick, Joseph A. 
Albright, Daniel . 
Michaels, John F. . 
Felton, Henry M. . 
Miller, Joseph . . 
Titchnell, Noah A. 
Daring, Benjamin F. 
Wolf, Lewis W. . . 
Stewart, Jesse H. . 
Miller, George W. . 
Whitsell, Wm. H. 
Turner, John R. 
Statler, Andrew J. 
Collins, John M. . 
Brown, Thomas J. . 
Bucklew, George M. 
Bucklew, James K P 
Batson, John W. jr. 
Binsgar, Jesse H. . 
Bowman, Lewis . . 
Butler, John W. . 
Blue, Franklin B. . 
Charlton, William C. 
Corbin, William B. . 
Callis, Eli . . . . 
Clevinger, Miner S. 
Collins, John . . . 
Dobbins, John M. . 
Edyburn, Josiah 
Edmond, Matthew . 
Feathers, Joseph M. 
Fast, Richard M. . 
Gabbert, William B. 
Heilman, Greenbury 
Heilman, Henry 
Heartman, Wash'ton 
Irons, John W. . . 
Kelly, William T. . 
Kelly, James A. 
55 



I !apt., 

1st Lt. 

2d Lt. 

1st Ser 

2d " 

3d 

4 th " 

5th " 

1st Cor 

2d " 

3d " 

4th " 

5th " 

6th " 

7th " 

8th " 

Mus'n, 
<( 

Priv. 



20 Aug. 



Sept. 



Aug, 
Sept. 



24 

j29| 
38 
23 Aug. 

27 
21 
2] 
2'.> 
18 
18 
20 
22 
2:. 
18 
2:; 
L9 
1 9 
21 
17 
:;i 
18 
L9 
18 
42 
IS 
21 

''! 
25 

20 
30 
25 
29 
18 
17 
L9 
30 
19 

to 

23 



Aug. 
Sept 



17, 

16, 

12, 

5, 

5, 

30, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

9, 

3, 

5, 

29, 

9, 

3, 

26, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

3, 

19, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

23, 

12, 

25, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

14, 

14, 

5, 

5, 

5, 

5, 



L864 



App'd 3d I [. 16, 54. 

Pro. to C pt. 1". 

ig. 17. 'ill. 

. Ii W. V. 1. 
to accept , 17th Inf. 

Pro. 1st Si 



Pro. toserg'tfrom Corp., Oct. 10, '64 
<( (i ii Nov. ::o, 'G-l 



Pro. to corp'1,0. i 

( ( ( i Nov. 3, 1864. 



438 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Company "i-V' Seventeenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



Names. 



Rank. 



When mustered 
into Bern: 



Kelly, James B. 
Kelly, John . . 
Kirk, William E. 
Metheny, A. W. 
Metheny, John P 
McDonald, Sam'l 
McDanniel, Wm. II 
McCulloh, Henry 
Myers, Enos J. . 
Ogden, Joshua C. 
Omen, William . 
Pettit, Silas . . 

Pugh, Samuel B. 
Paxton, Henry D. 
Reckhart, Jacob 
Rodgers, Nathan 
Rodeheaver, Geo. II 
Rose, Nathaniel W 
Smith, Henry A. 
Shaw, William H. 
Smallwood, James T. 
Sisler, Andrew S. 
Scott, Sandy M. 
Summers, Josiah 
Stone, John C. . 
Summers, Jacob H 
Shanks, Andrew 
Talbott, Benj. F. 
Turner, Robert T. 
Teats, George H. 
Titchenell, Wm. E 
Vanscoy, Abel . 
Whitehair, Jonathan 
Whitehair, Geo. W 
Wilhelm, Christian 
Wilfawn, Ashley 
Wheeler, Alpheus 
Willard, Archibald 
Wolf, Samuel 
Walker, Eugenius 
Wensyel, John . 
Wright, John B. 
Wright, James P. 
Wilson, Josephus 
Yeager, Isaac 
Youst, Festus 
Youst, James E. 



Priv. 



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1S64 



Reduced to ranks from sergeant by 
special order. 



Deserted, Oct. 1, 1864; arrested and 
returned to company, Nov. 9, 1864; 
awaiting court martial. 



Reduced to ranks from 1st Serg't by 
special order No. 6. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
Company ••/•'." Seventeenth Regiment Infantry — Continued. 



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Remarks. 


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Sept. 5, 1864 




Yeater, William 


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Ferrel, James J. 




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Aggregate, 96 men. 

Memoranda: — The 17th Regiment W. Va. Infantry was organ- 
ized at Wheeling, W. Va., in August and September, 1864, under 
the call of the President dated July 14, for one, two or three years 
men. Nearly all the men in it are mustered in for one year. It has 
been stationed at Bulltown, Braxton County, W. Va., since its