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FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. BY WILLIAM L. GREENLEAF, FIRST LIEUTENANT FIRST VERMONT CAVALRY. OF the two hundred fifty-eight regiments of cav- alry in the service of the United States during the War of the Rebellion, but few, if any, performed more arduous service, or took part in more engage- ments than did the First Vermont ; which', during three years at the front, participated in seventy-five battles and skirmishes—a brief account of which would far exceed the limits of this sketch and achieved a reputation as one of the best fighting reg- iments in the army, standing fifth in the list of cav- alry organizations suffering the greatest loss in killed and mortally wounded. The regiment was recruited by Lemuel B. Piatt, who had been specially commissioned by the Secre- tary of War for that purpose, and was the first full regiment of cavalry raised in New England. The several companies were enlisted as follows :A, Chit- tenden county; B, Franklin county ;.C, Washington county ; D, Orange and Caledonia counties ; E, Wind- sor county ; F, Windham county ; G, Bennington county; H, Rutland county ; I, Lamoille and Orleans counties ; K, Addison county. In forty-two days from the time Colonel Piatt received his authority the regiment was in camp at Burlington uniformed and mounted. The organization was then completed by the appointment of the following Field and Staff officers : Colonel— Lemuel B. Piatt. Lieutenant-ColonelGeorge B. Kellogg. MajorsWilliam D, Collins and John D. Bartlett. AdjutantEdgar Pitkin. QuartermasterArchibald S. Dewey. Surgeon George S. Gale. Assistant SurgeonP. O'Meara Edson. Chaplain—John H. Woodward. The following company officers were elected by the several companies and commissioned by the Governor: Company A Captain, Frank A. Piatt ; First Lieutenant, Joel B. Erhardt ; Second Lieutenant, Ellis B. Edwards. Company B Captain, George P. Conger ; First Lieutenant, William M. Beeman ; Second Lieuten- ant, Jed P. Clark. Company CCaptain, William Wells ; First Lieu- tenant, H. M. Paige ; Second Lieutenant, Eli Holden. Company D Captain, Addison W. Preston ; First Lieutenant, John W. Bennett ; Second Lieutenant, William G. Cummings. Company E. Captain, S. P. Rundlett ; First Lieu- tenant, Andrew J. Grover ; Second Lieutenant, John C. Holmes. Company F Captain, Josiah Hall ; First Lieuten- ant, Robert Scofield, Jr.; Second Lieutenant, Na- thaniel E. Haywood. Company GCaptain, James A. Sheldon ; First Lieutenant, George H. Bean ; Second Lieutenant, D. M. Blackmer. Company H Captain, S. G. Perkins ; First Lieu- tenant, F. T. Huntoon ; Second Lieutenant, Charles A. Adams. Company ICaptain, E. B. Sawyer ; First Lieu- tenant, H. C. Flint; Second Lieutenant, Josiah Grout, Jr. Company K Captain, Franklin Moore ; First Lieutenant, John S. Ward ; Second Lieutenant, John Williamson. The regiment was mustered into the service of the United States November 19, 1861, and started for Washington on the 14th of the next month, requiring for the journey 153 cars, made up into a train of five (214)

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OF the two hundred fifty-eight regiments of cav-
alry in the service of the United States during
the War of the Rebellion, but few, if any, performed
more arduous service, or took part in more engage-
ments than did the First Vermont ; which', during
three years at the front, participated in seventy-five
battles and skirmishes—a brief account of which
would far exceed the limits of this sketch— and
achieved a reputation as one of the best fighting reg-
iments in the army, standing fifth in the list of cav-
alry organizations suffering the greatest loss in killed
and mortally wounded.
The regiment was recruited by Lemuel B. Piatt,
who had been specially commissioned by the Secre-
tary of War for that purpose, and was the first full
regiment of cavalry raised in New England. The several companies were enlisted as follows :—A, Chit-
tenden county; B, Franklin county ;.C, Washington county ; D, Orange and Caledonia counties ; E, Wind- sor county ; F, Windham county ; G, Bennington county; H, Rutland county ; I, Lamoille and Orleans
counties ; K, Addison county. In forty-two days
from the time Colonel Piatt received his authority
the regiment was in camp at Burlington uniformed
and mounted. The organization was then completed
by the appointment of the following Field and Staff
officers :
Adjutant—Edgar Pitkin.
Assistant Surgeon—P. O'Meara Edson.
Chaplain—John H. Woodward.
several companies and commissioned by the Governor:
Company A— Captain, Frank A. Piatt ; First
Lieutenant, Joel B. Erhardt ; Second Lieutenant,
Ellis B. Edwards.
Lieutenant, William M. Beeman ; Second Lieuten-
ant, Jed P. Clark.
Company C—Captain, William Wells ; First Lieu-
tenant, H. M. Paige ; Second Lieutenant, Eli Holden. Company D—Captain, Addison W. Preston ; First
Lieutenant, John W. Bennett ; Second Lieutenant,
William G. Cummings. Company E.—Captain, S. P. Rundlett ; First Lieu-
tenant, Andrew J. Grover ; Second Lieutenant, John C. Holmes.
Company F—Captain, Josiah Hall ; First Lieuten-
ant, Robert Scofield, Jr.; Second Lieutenant, Na- thaniel E. Haywood.
Company G—Captain, James A. Sheldon ; First
Lieutenant, George H. Bean ; Second Lieutenant,
D. M. Blackmer.
tenant, F. T. Huntoon ; Second Lieutenant, Charles
A. Adams. Company I—Captain, E. B. Sawyer ; First Lieu-
tenant, H. C. Flint; Second Lieutenant, Josiah
Grout, Jr.
John Williamson.
United States November 19, 1861, and started for
Washington on the 14th of the next month, requiring
for the journey 153 cars, made up into a train of five
(214)
common to all new regiments, besides losing one Col-
onel by resignation and another by death, it met the
enemy for the first time April 16, 1862, in the valley
of the Shenandoah. In this engagement it charged
through the little village of Mount Jackson and drove
Ashby's cavalry for more than a mile to the North Fork of the Shenandoah, where the enemy set fire to
the bridge hoping to cut off further pursuit. Find-
ing the stream unfordable, part of the regiment dash-
ed over the burning bridge after the flying Confeder-
ates, while the remainder brought water from the
river in their feed-bags and extinguished the flames.
The loss on this occasion was slight, but the regiment
displayed in its maiden effort, that dashing valor and
fertility of resource so essential to its success as a
cavalry organization, and for which it was afterward
noted on fields of greater magnitude.
On the 23d of May the regiment was joined by its
new colonel, Charles H. Tompkins of the Regular
Army, who had already achieved a reputation as a
dashing cavalry officer, and under his leadership, in
the retreat down the valley under Banks, the regi-
ment had its full share of fighting, meeting the enemy
at McGaheysville, Middletown and Winchester. In
the campaign under Pope, which culminated in the
second battle of Bull Run, the First Vermont was
constantly on the move, and was engaged at Luray
Court House, Culpeper Court House, Orange Court
House, Kelley's Ford, Waterloo Bridge and Bull Run.
At the close of this campaign the regiment, much
reduced in numbers by its arduous service, was as-
signed to duty in the defences of Washington. Its
headquarters were established near Alexandria, and
detachments were stationed at Annandale, Lewins-
ville, Dranesville and other points. In September
Colonel Tompkins resigned and was succeeded by
Edward B. Sawyer, making the fourth colonel within
one year. The regiment. had lost during its six
months of active service 319 men by death or dis-
charge, but this loss was made good by the addition
of company L, which had been recruited by Capt. H.
Chester Parsons in Franklin and Chittenden coun-
ties, and company M, recruited by Capt. John W.
Woodward, principally in Chittenden county. These,
with the addition of 200 recruits distributed among
the ten original companies, raised the aggregate of
the regiment to 1,034.
frequently engaged with Mosby and other guerrilla
leaders. These affairs were comparatively bloodless,
but the oneof April 1, 1863, when Captain Flint-with
a detachment of the regiment undertook the capture
of Mosby near Broad Run and met with a serious re-
pulse, in which Captain Flint, Lieut. C. A. Wood- bury and seven men were killed or mortally wounded,
22 wounded, and 82 men and 95 horses captured,
was a serious blow to the regiment. This misfortune
was in a measure retrieved on May 30th, when Mosby, who had captured a supply train of ten cars
near Catlett's Station, was attacked by Lieutenant-
Colonel Preston with about 125 of the Vermont Cav-
alry and pursued to Greenwich, where he attempted
to make a stand, but was completely routed by a
charge led by Lieutenant Hazelton of company H,
and his one piece of artillery captured. The loss of
the regiment on this occasion was but one man killed
and 7 wounded, and was its last encounter with this
famous partisan leader.
paratory to joining the Army of the Potomac then on
the march to Gettysburg. On the 28th of June it
was attached to the Cavalry Corps of that army and
was afterward associated with it until the close
of the war. During the campaign of 1863 the
regiment bore a conspicuous part in the brill-
iant operations which first brought the cavalry
into notice as a valuable arm of the service,
and won for itself fresh laurels on the field
of Gettysburg where, under the lead of the gal-
lant Farnsworth, it penetrated within the enemy's
lines for nearly a mile, encountering the fire of five
regiments of infantry and two batteries, leaving its
leader on the field, the only general officer killed
within the lines of the enemy. It also participated
in the cavalry engagements at Hanover, Hunters-
town, Hagerstown, Boonsborough, Falling Waters,
Buckland Mills and many skirmishes of lesser
account.
ed at .Stevensburg engaged in picketing the line of the
Rapidan. It formed a part of Kilpatrick's force in
his famous raid on Richmond, and was selected to
make an attempt to enter the city and release the
prisoners confined in Libby Prison and on Belle Isle.
A portion of the regiment was with the ill-fated
Dahlgren when he made the dash within the fortifi-
cations around the city which cost him his life.
In the reorganization of the Cavalry Corps previ-
ous to the opening of the Wilderness campaign, the
regiment was assigned to the Second Brigade of the
Third Division, and Colonel Sawyer having'resigned,
Lieut.-Col. Addison W. Preston was commissioned
as his successor. The regiment crossed the Rapidan
at Germanna Ford at daylight on the morning of
2l6 FIRST VERMONT CAVALRY.
on the morning of May 5, the Second Brigade, with
the First Vermont Cavalry in front, proceeded to
Craig's Meeting House, where, at about eight o'clock,
the advance squadron encountered Rosser's brigade
of Hampton's cavalry, and the engagement which fol-
lowed was the opening fight of the battle of the Wil-
derness. In this action the Union forces were large-
ly outnumbered- and the regiment suffered a heavy
loss in killed and prisoners.
The regiment was with Sheridan in his expedition
to Richmond, in May, 1864, and participated in the
engagements at Yellow Tavern and Meadow Bridge
which resulted in the death of General Stuart, the
famous cavalry leader of the Confederates, and the
total rout of his forces. Returning to the Army of
the Potomac, it took part in the cavalry engagements at Hanover Court House, Ashland, Hawes's Shop,
Bottom's Bridge, White Oak Swamp, Riddle's Shop and Malvern Hill. In the action at Hawes's Shop the regiment met with a severe loss in the death of the
gallant Preston, whom General Custer declared to be "the best cavalry colonel in the Army of the Potomac."
The army having crossed the James River, was fol-
lowed by the cavalry, and the First Vermont with the
Third Division and that of General Kautz, was sent
to destroy the Weldon, South Side and other railroads
leading south and west from the rebel capital. The expedition, numbering about 5,000 men, started from Prince George Court House at one o'clock on the
morning of June 22, striking the Weldon road at
Reams's Station, where the buildings and apportion
of the track were destroyed. During the following
seven days the regiment was constantly engaged in
tearing up railroads and skirmishing with the enemy. At Nottoway Court House, Roanoke Station, Stony Creek and Reams's Station these skirmishes were quite severe and the regiment, bearing its part in
all of them, suffered considerable loss in killed and wounded. At Stony Creek the brigade to which the regiment belonged, was attacked by Hampton's divis-
ion of cavalry and cut off from the rest of the divis-
ion. After severe fighting it managed to cut its
way through and joined the other brigade at Reams's Station. The whole force then made its way back to
the Union lines with the loss of its artillery and wounded. This expedition was the most severe in
which the regiment had as yet been engaged ; and,
reduced in numbers by the hard service of the last
sixty days, it went into camp near Light House Point on the James, where it remained some three weeks recruiting its men and horses for harder experiences yet to come.
On the 8th of August the Third Cavalry Division,
including the First Vermont now under Col. William
Wells who had succeeded to the command after the
death of Colonel Preston, embarked for Washington
on its way to join General Sheridan in the Shenandoah
Valley, arriving at Winchester on the 17th. General
Sheridan was at this time retiring down the Valley,
and the regiment participated in the engagements
which occurred at Winchester, Summit Point,
Charlestown and Kearneysville, crossing the Poto-
mac with the rear guard at Harper's Ferry on the
night of the 25th. On the following day Early began
falling back up the Valley followed by the Union
cavalry, and during the following week the First Ver-
mont took part in several reconnoissances and was in
slight skirmishes near Berryville and Paris. In the
battle of the Opequan, September 19th, the regiment
bore an active part and was in close pursuit of the
retreating enemy when darkness put an end to the
engagement. On the 21st, the regiment led the ad-
vance in the movement having for its object the clear-
ing out of the rebel cavalry in the Luray Valley.
The First New Hampshire, fighting dismounted, had
driven the enemy across the river, but was unable to
effect a crossing. The First Vermont was then
brought up and charged across the stream driving the
enemy from his position. The division having in the
meantime crossed along the pike to the right, the
regiment joined the main column and followed the
enemy to Front Royal, a distance of two miles. Here the regiment was again detached and sent to Gooney Manor, four miles above Front Royal, where it found the enemy's rear guard in a strong position on a hill
south of Gooney Run. After skirmishing until
after ten o'clock at night the regiment was relieved
and joined the brigade. The next morning it was again actively engaged near Milford, but finding the
position too strong to be carried, our cavalry retired
to Buck's Ford. On the 26th, Colonel Wells was assigned to the command of the brigade and turned the command of the regiment over to Lieut. -Col.
John VV. Bennett.
During the first week in October the regiment was in camp near Mount Crawford. On the 7th, as rear
guard of the cavalry column, it had a severe engage- ment with the enemy near Columbia Furnace. Gen- eral Sheridan was disgusted with these constant
attacks on his rear and ordered his cavalry out the
next morning with instructions to either whip the enemy or get whipped themselves.- The result of
this order was the splendid victory at Tom's Brook,
in which the First Vermont acquitted itself with much credit, capturing two pieces of artillery, a large
FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 217
number of prisoners, and pursuing the flying enemy for more than ten miles.
On the morning of that memorable 19th of October,
when "Sheridan rode from Winchester twenty miles
away," Colonel Wells' brigade was guarding the fords
across Cedar Creek on the extreme right of the army.
At the first sound of the firing on the left, Lieut-
Colonel Bennett was ordered to move out with his
regiment, select a position covering the camp and
feel the enemy. The Rebel cavalry was found to be
in force, and arrangements were made to resist its
advance in case one should be attempted. About nine o'clock the bulk of the cavalry was ordered to
the extreme left to assist the infantry, Colonel Wells
with his brigade being left to guard the right and pre-
vent the enemy from turning that flank. Orders
were soon received to retire slowly and keep in line
with the infantry. After falling back about a mile,
a halt was ordered and the cavalry held its position,
skirmishing briskly for several hours. General Cus-
ter then returned to the right with the First Brigade
and a battery and ordered a charge in which the
enemy was driven back, and the regiment regained its
former position.
First Brigade to watch the enemy on the right, Gen-
eral Custer took the First Vermont and Fifth New York rapidly across the field to strike the left and
rear of Early's infantry which was then trying to hold
its position along the north bank of Cedar Creek, but,
unable to resist the last furious charge of the Union
infantry, the enemy broke and fled. The infantry
halted in their old camps, but the cavalry kept on.
The First Vermont led the way across the creek at
a difficult ford west of the pike, the leading squadron
under Captain Watson advancing to a stone wall
about a quarter of a mile beyond, where it was
brought to a halt by a volley from the enemy's
infantry. Waiting until the remainder of the
regiment came up, Colonel Wells ordered a
charge. In a moment the regiment was over
the wall and driving the enemy before it
with great slaughter. Pushing on, more than -a mile
from any support, the Vermonters still in the lead,
the two regiments struck the valley pike along which
the enemy was retreating. Night was fast settling
over that field, both lost and won, but weariness
and hunger were forgotten by the men at sight of the
rich harvest before them, and they pushed on with re-
newed energy to gather in the spoils of the great and
unparalleled victory. Reaching a point half a mile
beyond Strasburg they found the road blockaded for
miles with guns and wagons, and ambulances filled
with wounded. Whole batteries were captured, with
guns, men and horses intact. Captured cannon were
sent to the rear in charge of small squads, and wagons
and ambulances by the score were ordered back in
charge of their rebel drivers. The pursuit was kept
up until nearly midnight when the regiment, satiated
with victory, returned to the north bank of Cedar
Creek, having captured 161 prisoners, among whom were one general, one colonel and one lieutenant-col-
onel, 3 battle flags, 23 pieces of artillery, 14 caissons,
17 army wagons, 6 spring wagons and ambulances,
83 sets artillery harnesses, 75 sets wagon harnesses,
98 horses and 69 mules. Eight medals were award-
ed to the army of the Shenandoah for colors captur-
ed in this battle, of which members of the First
Vermont received three.
the regiment having nearly expired, on Octobor 22
twelve officers and two hundred and seventy men were
sent home to be mustered out, some four hundred re-
enlisted men and recruits remaining under the com-
mand of Maj. William G. Cummings. During the
next sixty days the regiment was employed in outpost
duty and scouting, keeping itself in fighting trim
meanwhile, by taking part in the engagement at
Middle Road, Middletown, Lacey Springs and
Waynesboro. At the close of active operations it
went into camp near Winchester.
On the 27th of February, 1865, the cavalry in the
Valley started to join the Armies of the Potomac
and the James in the operations around Petersburg.
After 21 days of marching, the long column of nearly
10,000 mounted men crossed the Appomattox and
went into camp near Hancock Station on the military
railroad, having made a longer march within the limits
of the Confederacy than Sherman's famous march '•from Atlanta to the sea." To any other commander than Sheridan, such a march would have been deemed impossible. The rain fell incessantly, and the roads
led through streams, swamps, mud and obstacles that
would have been insurmountable had not the whole
command been stimulated with the belief that they
were on their way to lend a helping hand in the final
struggle of the war.
On the morning of April 1st the regiment moved to the front with the Division and during the after-
noon was actively engaged in the battle of Five Forks,
where it captured a large number of prisoners. The following day it had a slight skirmish with the
enemy's cavalry at Scott's Corners. On the 3d it
had the advance of the cavalry, and struck the enemy behind breastworks of considerable strength, behind
a deep muddy creek. A part of the regiment was
28
dismounted, and crossing the creek at some distance
from the road, came down on the flank and rear of
the works which were immediately abandoned by the
enemy. The remainder of the regiment having cross-
ed the stream, the enemy was followed up and found in
force on the summit of a hill near Namozine Church.
The regiment was formed in column of battallions
and charged the enemy driving it back upon its re-
serves. The First Vermont and Eighth New York
then charged together, scattering the enemy in every
direction, capturing their only piece of artillery
and many prisoners, and continuing the pursuit for
eight miles. General Sheridan calls this engagement
the battle of Winticomack Creek, and gave General
Wells the credit for its successful management,
On the 4th the regiment crossed Deep Creek and
proceded to Jeter's Station on the Richmond
and Danville railroad, which was reached the
next morning after a tedious all-night march.
In the operations of the 6th, the First Ver-
mont was sent to the extreme right of the line and
followed the retreating enemy all day. During the
evening of the 8th the regiment arrived at Appomattox
Station where the enemy's reserve artillery and am-
munition trains were found. A portion of Colonel
Wells' brigade was at once dismounted and sent
through the woods to take the enemy on the flank,
while the First Vermont charged them in front.
The batteries opened a brisk fire but were soon de-
feated with the loss of thirty guns and a large wagon
train. Eighteen of the guns were taken by Wells'
brigade, of which number the First Vermont captured
eight. Among the captured guns were those of the
famous Washington Artillery of New Orleans, which
had long boasted of never having lost a gun.
On the morning of the memorable 9th of April,
the regiment had the advance of the Second Brigade,
which moved rapidly forward,forcing back the enemy's
skirmish line. Moving to the right to uncover the
Fifth Corps it passed along nearly the entire front of
the enemy's line under the fire of two batteries, and
came upon the rebel flank and rear in full view of the
supply trains. Lieut.-Colonel Hall was ordered to
charge the train with the First Vermont, and the
first battalion had broken into a gallop when word
was received that General Lee had sent in a flag of
truce, offering to surrender his army, but before the
regiment could be halted it had captured the last line
between it and the train, which in a few minutes more
would have been added to its long list of captures.
Sabers were returned never to be drawn again in the
fury of battle, and the surrender having been com-
pleted, the regiment went into camp near the scene
of its last charge. On the following day the regiment
started for Petersburg where it arrived on the 19th.
On the 24th it was ordered to North Carolina to join
General Sherman, but when near South Boston learn-
ed that Johnston had surrendered, and immediately re-
turned to Petersburg, where it remained until the 10th
of May, when it started for Washington, there partici-
pating in the Grand Review on the 23d. June 9th it
left Washington for Vermont and on the 13th arrived
at Burlington, where the men whose term of service
would expire previous to October 1st were immedi-
ately mustered out. The remainder were consolidat-
ed into six companies and stationed at St. Albans,
Vt, and at different points in Northern New York,
until mustered out August 9, 1865.
During its three years of active service in the pres-
ence of the enemy, the regiment captured in open field three battle flags, thirty-seven pieces of artillery,
and more prisoners than it had men—a record which,
it is believed, was not excelled by any regiment in
the Union service.
McGaheysoille. Va., April 27, 1862.
Middletown, Va., May 24, 1862.
Winchester, Va., May 25, 1862.
Luray Court House, Va.,June, 30, 1862.
Culpeper Court House, Va.,July 10, 1862.
Orange Court House, Va.,Augusl2, 1862.
Kelley's Ford, Va., August 20, 1862.
Waterloo Bridge. Va , August 22, 1862,
Bull Bun, Va., August 30, 1862,
Ashby's Gap, Va., Sept.22, 1862.
Aldie, Va., March 2, 1863.
Broad Bun, Va., April 1, 1863.
Greenwich, Va., May 30, 1863.
Warrenton, Va., June 18, 1863.
Hanover, Pa., June 30, 1863.
Hunterstotcn, Pa., July 2, 1863.
Gettysburg, Pa., July 3, 1863.
Monterey, Pa., July 4, 1863.
i,eitersoille, Md., July 0, 1863,
FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 219
Falling Waters, Va., July 14, 1S63.
Port Conway, Va., August 25, 1803.
Port Conway, Va., Sept. 1, 1803.
Culpeper Court House, Va., Sept. 13, 1803.
Somerville Ford, Va., Sept. 14, 1803.
Raccoon Ford, Va., Sept. 15, 1803.
James City, Va., Oct. 10, 1SG3.
Brandy Station, Va., Oct. 11, 1803.
Gainesoille, Va., Oct. 18 and 19, 1SG3.
Buckland Mills, Va., Oct. 19, 1S63.
Falmouth, Va., Nov. 4, 1803.
Morton's Ford, Va., Nov. 28, 1863.
Mechanicsville, Va., March 1, 1864.
Piping Tree, Va., March 2, 1804.
Craig's Meeting House, Va., May 5, 1804.
Spottsylvania, Va., May 8, 1864.
Yellow Tavern, Va., May 11, 1804.
Meadow Bridge, Va., May 12, 1804.
Hanover Court House, Va., May 31, 1804.
Asliland, Va., Jun« 1, 1864.
Hawes's Shop, Va., June 3, 1864.
Bottom's Bridge, Va., June 10, 1864.
White Oak Swamp, Va., June 13, 1864.
Riddle's Shop, Va., June 13, 1804.
Malvern Hill, Va.. June 15, 1804.
Reams's Station, Va., June 22, 1804.
Nottoway Court House, Va., June 23, 1804.
Roanoke Station, Va., June 25, 1804.
Stony Creek, Va., June 28 and 29, 1804.
Reams's Station, Va., June 29, 1804.
Winchester, Va., August 17, 1804.
Summit Point, Va., August 21, 1864.
Charlestown, W. Va., August 22, 1864.
Kerneysville, W. Va., August 25, 1864.
Opequan, Va., Sept. 19, 1804.
Front Royal, Va., Sept. 21, 1864.
Oooney Manor Grade, Va., Sept. 21, 1864.
MUford, Va., Sept. 22, 1864.
Waynesboro, Va., Sept. 28, 1864.
Columbia Furnace, Va., Oct. 7, 1864.
Tom's Brook, Va., Oct. 9, 1864.
Cedar Creek, Va., Oct. 13, 1864.
Cedar Creek, Va., Oct 19, 1864.
Middle Road, Va., Nov. 11, 1864.
Middle and Back Roads, or Middletoum, Va., Nov. 12, 1864.
Lacey Springs, Va., Dec. 21, 1864.
Waynesboro, Va.. March 2, 1865.
Five Forks, Va., April 1, 1865.
Scott's Corners, Va., April 2, 1865.
Namozine Creek, Va., April 3, 1865.
Namozine Church, or Winticomack Creek, Va., April 3, 1865.
Appomattox Station, Va., April 3, 1865.
Appomattox Court House, Va., April 9, 1865.
FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY.
(THREE YEARS.)
Mustered into the service of the United States Nov. 19, 1861. Original members, not veterans, mustered our
of service Nov. 18, 1864. Recruits for one year, and recruits whose term of service would expire
previous to October 1, 1865, mustered out of service June 21, 1S65. Remaining officers and
men consolidated into battalion of six companies, but their record is completed in
their original company. Battalion mustered out of service Aug. 9, 1865.
Field and Staff.
Commis'n. Date of
Lemuel B. Piatt,
Jonas P. Holliday,
Charles H. Tompkins, Edward B Sawyer, Addison W. Preston, William Wells,
Josiah Hall,
John W. Bennett, Josiah Hall,
William G. Cummings.
William Wells.
Andrew J. Grover, William G. Cummings Robert Scofield, Jr.,
Charles A. Adams,
John H. Hazelton,
Danville,
Waterbury,
Westminster,
Brattleboro,
Danville,
4,'6i Nov. 14/62 Feb. 24/62 Apr. 16/62 Sept 29,'64|May
4/64'June
i,'6i
;Resgd. Sept. 9, '62.
'Capt. Co. I.; Prom. Maj Apr. 25. '62; Resgd. Apr. 28, '64. ['64
|Capt. Co. D.; Prom. Lieut.-Col. Sept. 16, '62; killed in action June 3.
1st Lieut. Co. C. ; Prom. Capt. Co. C. Nov. 18, '61 : do. Maj. Oct. 30 '62; Brev. Brig.-Gen. Feb. 22. '65; Brev. Maj.-Gen. Mch. 13, '65
for gallant and meritorious services : taken pris. Mch. 17. '63 ; Par.
May 5, "63; Wd. July 6, '63, and Sept. 13, '63; Prom. Brig.-Gen U. S. Vols. May 19. "65
; Must, out Jan. 15, '66.
Capt. Co. F. : Prom. Maj. Oct. 4, '62 ; do. Lieut.-Col. Nov. 19, '64
Wd. and taken pris. Oct. 12, "63; Par. Aug. 3, '64: Must, out June 21, '65.
Oct. 17/61JX0V. 1/61
Nov. Nov. Apr. Oct.
Nov. Nov.
7,'64JAug. 22/64 Nov.
Resgd. July 18, '62.
See Colonel. [Wd. May 5. '64; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
1st Lieut. Co. D. ; Prom. Capt. Co. D. Oct. 30, '62; do. Maj June I, '63; See Colonel.
2d Lieut. Co. D. ; Prom. 1st Lieut. Co. D. Oct. 30, '62; do. Capt. Co. D. June 1, '63: do. Maj. Oct. 22, '64 ; taken pris. Dec. 28, '62; Par. May 5, '63; Wd. June 2S, '64; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Taken pris. May 30, '62; re-captured same day: Capt. Co. C. ; Resgd. Apr. 25, '62.
See Colonel.
See Colonel.
See Colonel.
;
C. Oct 30, '62; Wd. July 3, '63; Must, out as Capt. 18, '64.
st Lieut. Co. E. ; Prom. Capt. Co. K. Feb. 1,
See Lieutenant-Colonel. st Lieut. Co. F. ; Prom. Capt. Co. F. Oct. 4, '62; taken pris. Mch. 17,
'63; Par. May 5, '63; again July 12, '63; Par. Mch. 1, '65; Must. out June 21, "65.
;
escaped Feb. r6, '65: Must, out June 21, '65.
Q. M.Sergt. Co. H. ; Prom. 1st Sergt. Aug. 1, '62; do. 2d Lieut. Co. H. Oct. 30. '62; do. 1st Lieut. Co. H. Apr. 1, '63; do. Capt. Co. M. July 6, "63 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Resgd. May 7, '63.
do. Capt. Co. Co. C. Nov.
[Must, out Nov. 18, '64. v 63; Wd. May 5, '64;
FIRST RKGIMKNT CAVALRY. 221
Quartermasters. Archibald S. Dewey, Charles V. H. Sabin,
Herbert Brainerd, Patrick H. Caldwell,
Surgeons.
Edward B. Nims,
Regt'l Commissaries.
Sept. 24,'6i
Dec. 20/62
Sept. 24/61 Mch. 6,'65
Oct. i7.'62 |
Taken pris. Sept. 13, '63; Par. Nov. 17, '63; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
June i7,'65 r Sergt. Co. M. ; Prom. 1st Sergt Nov. 1 1, '64; do. 2d Lieut. Co. M. Feb.
9, '65 ; do. 1st Lieut. Co. M. Feb. 9, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Nov. 1. '61 'Prom Capt. and A. Q.-M., U. S. Vols. Nov. 1, '62 ; Resgd. June 30, '65.
Feb. ^,'63 Priv. Co. F. ; Prom. R. Q. M.-Sergt. Dec. 1, '61 ; Prom. Capt. and A.
Q.-M., U. S. Vols. Feb. 29, '64; Must, out June 20, '65. ['64.
Apr. 29/64JQ. M.-Sergt. Co. L. ; Prom. R. Q. M.-Sergt. Sept. 1, '63 ; Resgd. July 26,
Dec. 22,'64 ! Q- M.-Sergt. Co. I. ; Prom. R. Q. M.-Sergt. Dec. 24/62 ; do. 2d Lieut.
Co. I. Apr. 1, '63; do. 1st Lieut. Co. I. Dec. 16, '63; Wd. July 6,
'63 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Date of
Issue. Remarks.
Nov. i,'6i
Apr. 5/65
Nov. 18/61 Prom. Surg. 17th Vt. Apr. 1, '64.
Feb. 2/63 Priv. Co. L. ; Resgd. Sept. 15, '64.
May 1 1/64 Must, out Aug. 9. '65.
Nov. I9,'6i
May 5,'64
Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
1/62. Priv. Co. F. ; Prom. Capt. and C. S., U. S. Vols. May 7, '64; Resgd. June 29, '64; apptd. again May 1, '65; Resgd. July 8, '65.
Aug. 10,'64'Q. M.-Sergt. Co. C. ; Prom. Regt'l Com.-Sergt. Dec. 6, '62; died Mch.
! 11, '65, of disease.
June I7.'65 Com.-Sergt. Co. L. ; Prom. Regt'l Com.-Sergt. Aug. 31, '64; Must, out 1 as Com,-Sergt. June 21, '65.
Non-Commissioned Staff.
Enlistment Date of
James Kinehan, William R. Gove,
Q. M.-Sergts.
George P. Blair,
William C. Joyce,
Johnson, St. Albans, St Albans, Peacham, Cabot, St. Albans, Northfield,
Hyde Park,
Aug. 15/62
Oct. 25/61 Sept. 19/61 Aug. 16/62 Aug. 16/62 Aug. 24/61 Oct. 26/61 Aug. 25/62 Sept. 15/61
Nov. 19/61 Nov. 9/61 Sept. 24/61
Aug. 30/64
Nov. 19/61 See 2d Lieut. Co. G. Nov. 19/61 See Co. O. M.-Sergt. Co. K. Nov. 19/61 See 2d Lieut. Co. C. Dec. 3o/62;See 1st Lieut. Co. E. Sept. 26/62 Priv. Co. C. ; Prom. Corp. Jan. 1, '64: do. Co. Com.-Sergt. June 8, '64;
do. Sergt.-Maj. Feb. 1, '65; Must, out June 21, '65.
Nov. 19,
Nov. 19,
Sept. 29,
[Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
See Regt'l-Quartermaster. See Regt'l-Ouartermaster. Priv. Co. L. ; Prom. Regt'l Q. M.-Sergt. May See Regt'l-Quartermaster. Priv. Co. D.; Prom. Co. Q. M.-Sergt. ; do. R. Q. M-Sergt. May 4,' '64; See 1st Lieut Co. C.
Corp. Co. L.; Prom. R. O. M.-Sergt. Apr. 30/65; Must, out June 21/65. Sergt. Co. F. ; Re-en. Dec. 30, '63 ; Red. ; Prom. Co. Q. M.-Sergt. Nov.
19, '64; do. 2d Lieut. Co. F. June 4, '65, but never must.; Tr. to Non-Com. Staff as Q. M.-Sergt. June 21, '65; Must, out Aug. 9/65.
Nov. 19/61 Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Nov. 19/61 Priv. Co. F.; Prom. Hosp. Stew.; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Nov. 19/6 J Priv. Co. K.; Re-en. Dec. 31, '63 ; Prom. Hosp. Stew. Nov. 19, '64; taken pris. July 1, '63 ; Par. same day ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Aug, 30/64 Priv. Co. L.; Prom. Hosp. Stew. Nov. 19, '64; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
222 FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY.
Enlistment Date of
Com.-Sergts.
Saddler Sergeants.
Veterinary Sergeant.
Hosea Stone,
St. Albans,
Nov. i9,'6i
Muscn. Co. B.; Prom. Ch. Bugler Dec. 1, '61 ; Disch. Dec. 31, '62, for
disab. [disab.
Muscn. Co. F.; Prom. Ch. Bugler Nov. —, '61; Disch. Nov. 17, '62, for
Muscn. Co. E. ; Prom. Ch. Bugler Sept. 1, '63; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Priv. Co. E.; Bugler; Prom. Ch. Bugler Jan. i,'6s; Must, out Aug. 9/65.
See Regt'l-Commissary.
See Regt'l-Commissary. Priv. Co. A.; Prom. Regt'l Com.-Sergt. Oct. 1, '64; taken pris. Apr. 1,
'63 ; Par. Apr. 7, '63 ; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Saddler Co. I.; Prom. Saddler Sergt.; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Dec. 25/63 See Priv. Co. H. Dec. 23/63
Nov. 19/6
[Aug. 9, '65.
Priv. Co. I.; Saddler; Prom. Saddler Sergt. Mch. 1, '65; Must, out
Farrier Co. F. ; Re-en. Aug. 15, '64; Prom. Regt'l Vet. Sergt. Oct. 30,
'62 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 223
Enlistment
Barlow, Richard E.
Belknap, George F.
Benway, Asa M. Bixby, Charles H. Blinn, Charles H. Bliss, Homer E.
Blongy, Ebenezer Brackett, Daniel Bradley, Horace H. Brasted, Nelson P.
Brown Nelson H. Bruce, Twing Bushaway, Julius
Carleton, Chas. F. W. Carroll, James Chadwick, Alonzo E.
Clark, Henry Clark, Samuel H. Clay, William Clune, Peter M. Conroe, Bertrand A. Cosgrove, Samuel Cronan, William Cummings, John Cuthbert, Robert, Jr.
Daniels, Charles
Dimick, Nathan C.
, Ezra S.
Doyne, Frederick Durivage, Emory Edwards, George A. Eleazer, John Eilis, Cornelius Emery, Josiah Farnsworth, Henry F.
Farnsworth, Silas A. Faulkner, Frederick
Fay, Edward Fay, Irving E. Fay, James Ferguson, Oscar B.
Fitzgerald, Patrick
Flaherty, Dennis Fletcher, Lewis E. Flynn, James Fuderer, John Gaboury, Isidore
Gilson, William H. Goodwin, William Gordon, Christopher Green, Bostwick L.
Green, John Green, Lester
Jericho,
Burlington,
Burlington,
Shelburne,
Burlington, Milton,
Milton,
i
i, '64! Sept.
i
1 5,'64 Aug.
Sept.
6/64 Sept. io,'62
2S/61 Nov. 9/61 .Nov.
2S,'63jan. i5/64 !Aug. 13/61 Nov. 30/61 1 Nov. iS/62'Sept.
7,'64'Sept.
3,'63:Apr.
27/62! Sept.
15/62. Sept.
i4/63JDec. 20/62: Sept.
26/64'Aug. i3/64 ! Dec. 7,'63'Dec.
19/61 3°,'63
Re-en. Dec. 31, '63; Prom. Sergt. July 15, '64; do. 1st Sergt. Nov. 1, 1
64; taken pris. Aug. 9, '62; Par. Sept. 13/62; Wd. Mch. 17, '63;
Must, out June 21, '65.
Taken pris. May 24, '62: Par. June 1, '62; Tr. to V. R. C. Feb. 8, '64;
i9/6i!Prom. Corp.; Des. June 2, '62. [Disch. Nov. 28, V>5.
19/61 Re-en. Dec. 31, '63 ; Prom. Co. Com.-Sergt. ; Red. Mch. 27, '65; Tr. to
i Co. B.June 21, '65; Must, out Aug 9, '65.
19/61 Taken pris. May 24, '62; Par. Sept. 13, '62; Disch. Jan. 4. '63, fordisab.
16/63 Tr. from Co. I. ; Tr. to Co. B. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
1/64 'Killed in action Mch. 2, '65.
7/64 "Prom. Corp. June 1, '65 ; Must, out June 21, '65.
i9,'6i|Taken pris. May 24, '62 : Par. Sept. 13, '62; Must, out Nov. 18. '64.
19/6^'raken pris. Mch. 17, '63; Par. Mch. 18, '63: died Aug. 7, '63, of wds.
I
reed .July 6, '63.
i,'63:Wd. and taken pris. May 11, '64, and died at Richmond, Va., May 24/64. 23/64 Des.; never joined Co. .26/62 Died Apr. 2, '63, of disease.
19/61 Died Sept. 2. '62, of disease.
15/64 *Must, out June 21, '65.
26/64*Must. out June 21, '65.
;
' Disch. Aug. 9, '65.
Taken pris. May 24, '62 ; Par. June 1, '62 ; Disch. July 7, '62, for disab.
Wd. Sept. 19, '64; Tr. to Co. b. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
i9,'64i*Must. out June 21, '65.
6,'64;Des. ; never joined Co. [7, '63 ; Must, out June 21, '65.
26/62'Prom. Co. 0_. M. -Sergt. Nov. 1, '64: taken pris. Apr. 1, '63; Par. Apr. 3/64j*Taken pris. Oct. 26, '64; Par. Feb. 15. '65 ; Must, out June 21, '65.
7/64 ".Must out June 21. '65.
i9,'64;*Disch. Mch. 10, '65 for wds. reed. Oct. 7, '64.
19/61 j
Disch. July 30, '62, for disab.
i9/6i|Taken pris. May 24, '62 ; Par. June 1, '62 ; Disch. Apr. 1, '63, for disab.
19/61! Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
16/64 "Must out May 30, "65.
'9,'6ijTaken pris- May 24, '62 : Par. June 1, '62 ; again June I, '64; Par. Nov.
! 21, '64; Des July 24, '63 ; Retd. Aug. 20, '63; Must, out Jan. 16/65. 4,'64'Taken pris. June I, '64, and died at Andersonville, Ga., Oct. 7, '64.
15/64 *Must. out June 21, '65.
19/61 Died July 4. '62, of disease. 19/61, Must, out Nov. 18, "64.
26/62 Taken pris. ; Par. Feb. 14, '63 ; Des. Oct. 30, '63.
7/64"Must. out June 21. '65.
6/63 Taken pris. July 3, "63; Par. Nov. 20, '64; 26/62 Missing in action July 3, '63.
19/61 Disch. July 7, '62, for disab.
4/64 Disch. Ap'r. 3, '65, for wds. reed. June 13. 26/62!Prom. Corp. Jan. 1, "64: do. Sergt. Nov. 26/62'Must. out June 21, '65.
19/61' Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
;
I 5, '65: Wd. May 26/62 Must, out June 21, "65.
19/61'Re-en. Feb. 3, '64: taken pris. May 23, 30/63 Wd. July 15, '64; Tr. to V. R. C. Feb. :
26/62 Must, out June 21, '65.
16/64 "Must, out June 21, '65.
i9,'6iiSee Regtl. Com.-Sergt. 18/64 *Must. out June 21. "65.
12/64 *Must. out June 21, '65.
26/64 *Must. out June 21, '65.
13/64 Never joined Co. ; Disch. at Brattleboro, Aug. 9, '65.
'6/63 Taken pris. June 29. '64; Par. Dec. 6, '64 ; Must out May r'r, '65.
Des. Feb. 28, '65.
Must, out June 21, '65.
_ . again Oct. 7, '64 ; Par.
. '64; Must, out June 21, '65.
[out Nov. 1
Feb.
10/64 12/61
Sept.
Nov.
i6,'63;Tr. to Co. B. June 21, '65; Must, out Aug. 9, '65. io,'64*Prom. Corp. Apr. 1, '65; Must, out June 21, '65. ' '** Disch. Sept r ' '19/61
19/61
19/61
'62, for disab. Saddler; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Disch. July, 28, '62, for disab. Disch. July 30, '62, for disab. Taken pris. May 24, '62; Par. Sept. 13, '62
; again Mch. 17, '63 ; Par. Mch. 18, '63; Wd. June 29, '64; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Wd. and taken pris. June 29/64, and died at Salisbury, N. C, July 23/64. Taken pris. Sept. n, '64; Par. Oct. 8, '64; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Enlisted for one year.
FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 225
Enlistment Date of
Hall, Thomas Harmon, Argalus Haskins, Jeremiah Haskins, Rufus Haynes, Guy Henley, Andrew Henry, George P.
Hinkson. Edwin F. Hood, Albert Huber, Marcus Hughes, John Humphrey,Benajah D. Humphrey, John M. Hunter, Peter
Hutchins, Albert B.
Keese, George Kelley, James Kelley, Thomas Lamontain, John Langshore,-"William J
Leet, Elbert R. Leet, Lucius M. Loveland, Abner J. Lovejoy, Bailey
Lyman, Willis
Lynch, John Lynde, Henry Lyon, Frederick A. Macia, Mitchell
Macomber, Francis B Manley, Elisha Manley, Samuel G. Marshall, Alonzo D. Martin, John Masure, Joseph Maxfield, Rimmon McBean, John G. McClunin Almon
McCune, John .
Moore, Mark S.
Noona/i, John W. Palmer, James A. Paro, Peter
Parker, Franklin Pierce, Wareham N. Porter, John Quinlan, Michael
Ralph, Thomas Ramond, Nicholas B. Rawson, Ellis M. Renouf, William B.
Riley, John
Groton, Tunbridge, Burlington,
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Sept.
Dec. Nov. Sept.
1
1 1,'6 1 Nov 14, '6i Nov. 15/62 Sept 8/61 Nov.
28,'6i Nov. 4,'62Sept.
Sept i6,'64J*Must. out June 21, '65.
Nov. 19, '61 Re-en. Dec. 31, '63; taken pris. May 24, '62; Par. Sept. 13, '62; again Oct. 7, '64; Par. Feb. 22, '65; Wd. May 5, '64; Tr. to Co. 13. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
ig.'6i Disch. July 7, '62, for wds. reccl. May 24, '62.
19, '61 Died Oct. 29, '62, of disease.
26/62 Tr. to V. R. C. Sept 30, '63 ; Disch. May 8, '65.
19/61 Died May 28, '62, of disease.
19/61 Taken pris. May 24, '62; Par. Sept. 13, '62; Tr. to V. R. C. Mch. 29, 26/62 Disch. Feb. 6, '6?, for disab. ['64; Disch. Nov. 19, '64.
2/63 3,-62
30/63 7/61
Aug. Oct.
Aug. Sept.
5/64 1/61
16/62 19/61
19/61 28/61
29/64 7,'6i
26/64 30/61
30/61 12/64 14/6 17/6 5:'64
Taken pris. May 24, '62 ; Par Disch. Feb. 6, '65, for disab.
4/64 Must, out June 12, '65.
24/64 *Taken pris. Oct. 7, '64; Par. i5/64;*Must. out June 21, '65.
9,'64;Must. out May 12, '65
Feb. 5, '65 ; Must, out July 7, '65.
[Nov. 20, '64.
(
Disch. May 5, '63, for disab.
Dec. 10/63.Taken pris. May 30, '64, and died at Andersonville, Ga., July 23, '64.
Aug. 1 1/64 *Must. out June 21, '65.
Nov. i9."6i;Taken pris. May 24, '62; Par. June 1, '62; Disch. Feb. 9, '63, for disab Dec. 1/63 Wd. and taken pris. June 29, '64, and died at Wilmington, N. C, Mch Sept. 28/64'*Prom. Corp.; do. Sergt. June 1, '65; Must, out June 21, '65. [2,'65
Sept. 9/64 'Must, out June 21, '65. [Must, out Aug. 9, '65 Nov. i9,'6iiRe-en. Dec. 31, '63; Wd. May 11, '64; Tr. to Co. B. June 21, '65 Nov. i9/6lProm. Corp.; do. Sergt. July 1, '64; taken pris. Apr. 1, '63; Par. Apr. Sept. 3,'64*Must. out June 21, '65. [7, '63; Must, out Nov. 18, '64
Dec. io/63,Wd. Feb. 2, '64; Tr. to V. R. C. July 20, '64; Must, out Aug. 23, '65.
Nov. i9/6l:Prom. Corp.; taken pris. Apr. 1, '63; Par. Apr. 7, '63; again June 29, ! '64; Par. Feb. 28, '65 ; Must, out Apr. 20, '65.
Dec. i/63Tr. to Co. B. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65. ['65.
Sept. 10/64 *Prom. Corp. Dec. 24, '64; do. Sergt. June 1, '65; Must, out June 21,
Sept. 26/62 Disch. Apr. 4, "64, for disab.
Aug. u/64|*Wd. Mch. 2, '65 ; Tr. to Co. B. June 21, '65; Must, out July 31, '65.
Nov. i9,"6rDisch. Nov. 19. '61, for being a minor. Aug. 3i/64|*Tr. from Co. M.: Saddler; Must, out June 21, '65.
Nov. i9/6i!Killed in action May 24, '62. ['65 ; Must. .out Aug. 9, '65.
Feb. 9,'63 ! Prom. Corp. July 1, '64; do. Sergt. Nov. 1, '64; Tr. to Co. B. June 21,
Nov. 19/61 ;Disch May 23, '62, for disab.
Nov. ig^rProm. Corp. July 1, '64; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Nov. i9/6i:Disch. July 28. '62, for disab.
Nov. 19/61, Died May 5, '62, of disease.
Nov. ig/6i|Must out Nov. ]S, '64.
Sept. 10/64 "Must, out June 21, '65.
July 28/64 Des. Nov. 5, '64.
Nov. [9/61 Uisch. Oct. 26. '62, for disab.
Dec. 15/61 .Des. Sept. 8, '62.
Dec. 24/63 Prom. Corp. Nov. I, '64; do. Sergt. Apr. 1, '65; Wd. and taken pris.
j
Mch. 1, '64; Par. Apr. 16, '64; Tr. to Co. B. June 21, '65; Must. out Aug. 9. "65. [Charleston, S. C, same day.
Dec. i6,*63|Taken pris. May 5, '64; Par. Dec. 6, '64, and died on the cars near Nov. i9/6i!Died Apr. 7, '62, of disease.
Dec. 16/63 Prom. Corp. June 1, "65: taken pris. June 29, '64; Par. Dec. 10, '64; I Tr. to Co. B. June 21, '65; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Dec. 3 1 /63I Blacksmith; Tr. to V. R. C. Sept. 20, '64; Disch. Aug. 29, '65.
Jan. i/64'Tr. to Co. B. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Aug. i6/64i*Must out June 21, '65.
Aug. 13/64I* Must, out June 21, '65.
Aug. 24/64,*Blacksmith; Must, out June 21, '65. ['64; Disch. Nov. 19, '64.
Nov. 19/61 Taken pris. May 24, '62; Par. Sept. 13, '62; Tr. to V. R. C. Mch. 25, Aug. 5,'64'Des. ; never joined Co. Nov. i9/6i|Taken pris. Apr. 27, '62; Par. May 11, '62; Must, out May 22, '62.
Sept. 26,'62JTaken pris. Apr. 1, '63; Par. Apr. 7, '63; died Apr. 20, '63, of disease. Nov. i9,'6i|Died Sept. 30, '62, of disease.
Nov. 19/61 pes. Dec. 10, '61 ; Retd.; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Nov. i9,'6i|Disch. Mch. 9, '62, for disab.
Aug. 29/64 *Must. out June 21, '65.
iDiscb. Dec. 24, '62, for disab. [Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Aug. 26/64 Sub. for Benjamin Scofield, Rockingham; Tr. to Co. B. June 2[, '65 ;
Nov. 19/61 Prom. Corp.; taken pris. Mch. 17, '63; Par. Mch. 18. '63; Must, out Nov. 18, '64. [7, '64, of wds. reed. Oct. 6, '64.
Nov. i9,'6i|Taken pris. Apr. 1, '63; Par. Apr. 7, '63; Wd. June 13, '64; died Oct. Sept. 12,'64'Des.; never joined Co. Nov. l9/6r|Disch. July 7, '62, for disab.
Nov. i9/6i|Must. out Nov. 18, '64.
Aug. 5/64 Des.; never joiney Co.
•Enlisted for one year.
226 FIRST RKGIMENT CAVALRY.
Enlistment Date of
Muster. Remakks.
Roberts, Samuel B. Robinson, Wyman A. Rogers, Henry M. Rogers, Solomon C.
Rouhan, James Rounds, Orville,
Shanahan, John Shannon, James F. Sharland, Isephere
Shariand, Theodore Shatzel, Albert Sheldon, Alva S.
Sheldon, Willard W. Sherman, George D. Shonion, Lucius L.
Slattery. James A. Smalley, Henry W. Smith, Henry C.
Smith, Henry J. Sprague, Sylvester
Stone, Henry H. Stone, Simeon Stow, Willard S.
Sugmiller, Adam Sweeney, James, ist
Sweeney, James, 2d Sweet, Henry E.
Taft, Levi A. Taft, Milo S.
Tart, Abel Taylor, Albert
Upton, Albert
Wait, Charles Nathan
Walker, Andrew J.
Walker, Zina Warner, Van Buren Watson, Charles Weber, George Webster, Chauncey Wheeler, Ephraim W. Wheeler, George H Whipple, Edward J.
Whipple/Osgood M
Burlington,
Huntington,
Bridgewater, Colchester,
Aug. Sept.
Sept.
29,'63jan. 23,'64 Aug. [4, '62
-
. _. Nov. 17/64 Sept.
23/64 Aug. 7,'6 Nov 6/62 Sept 14/62 Sept 17/6 Nov. 4, '61 Nov. 20/62 Sept.
9,'63'Dec.
Aug. 13/62 Aug. 15/62 Nov. 21/63 Mch. 30/63
Aug. Nov. Sept.
22/61 21/62 i4.'63
Dec. Aug.
19/61
19/61
19/61
16/63 26/62
Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Disch. Feb. 10, '62, for disab.
Must, out May 22, '65.
*Prom. Sergt. Nov. 1, '64: Wd. Apr. 3, '65 ; Must, out May 23 Taken pris. June 29, '64, and died Oct. 4, '64, while a pris.
Taken pris. May 25, '62; Par. June 1, '62; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
*Must. out June 21, '65.
*Must. out June 21, '65.
Tr. to V. R. C. Sept. 20. '64; Must, out June 7, '65.
Wd. June 3, '64; Tr. to V. R. C. Dec. 20, '64; Must, out Aug. 23, '65.
Taken pris. June 29, '64; Par. Nov. 23, '64; died Dec. 18, '64, of disease.
Taken pris. Apr. 1, '63 ; Par. Apr. 7, '63 : again May 5, '64; Par. Dec. Disch. Dec. 1, '61, for disab. [ri, '64; Must, out Feb. 28, '65.
Disch. Dec. 1, '61, for disab.
Taken pris. Apr. 1. '63 ; Par. Apr 7, '63 ; Disch. Feb. 8, '64, for disab.
Missing in action May 24, '62 ; supposed to have been killed.
*Must. out June 21, '65.
*Must. out June 21, '65.
;
Disch. Jan. ro, '64, for disab.
Taken pris. Apr. 1, '63; Par. Apr. 7, '63;
Tr. to Co. B. June 21, '65; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Wd. June 10, '64; Must, out June 14, '65. [9, '65.
Prom. Corp. Mch. 1, '65; Tr. to Co. B. June 21, '65; Must, out Aug. Taken pris. Mch. 17, '63; Par. Mch. 18, '63; again July 6, '63, and died
at Richmond, Va., Jan. 15, '64. [26, '65 ; Must, out June 21, '65.
Taken pris. Apr. 1, '63 ; Par. Apr. 7, '63 ; again June 29, '64; Par. Feb. Taken pris. Apr. 1, '63; Par. Apr. 7, "63; Must, out June 21, '65.
Tr. to Co. B. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65
Taken pris. June 23, '63; Par. July 2, '63; died May 6, '64, of wds. reed. May 5, '64.
Died Aug. 17, '63, of sun stroke.
Taken pris. May 24. '62; Par. June 1. '62 ; Disch. July 7, '62, for disab.
Taken pris. May 24, '62 ; Par. June 1, '62; Disch. July 30, '62, for disab. Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
'Must, out June 21, '65.
*See 2d Lieut. Co. A. Disch. Feb. 17, '65, for wds. reed. July 5, '64.
Sub. for Lyman M. Robie, Corinth; Prom. Corp Mch
out Nov. 18, '64.
[Must, out July 17, '65.
Wd. [June 21, '65.
Co. B. June 21, '65; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Tr. to
Sept. 26,'62/raken pris. July 6, '63 ; Par. Aug. 2, '63; again June 1, '64 ; Par. Nov 30, '64; Wd. June 1, '64; Disch. June 13, '65, for disab.
*Must. out June 2r, '65.
"Must, out June 21. '65. ['65: Must out Aug. 9, '65.
;Re-en. Dec. 31, '63; Prom. Sergt. Julv 1, '65; Tr. to Co. B. June 21, *Must. out June 2t, '65. [14/63 ; Must, out Nov. iS, '64. Taken pris. May 24, '62; Par. Sept. 13, '62; again ; Par. Feb. Disch. Nov. 19, '61, for disab.
Aug. Aug. Nov. Aug;.
Nov. Nov. Sept Sept.
9/64 19/64 I9.'6i
!6/02
['64.
Taken pris. Apr. 1, '63 ; Par. Apr. 7, '63 ; Must, out June 21, '65. Disch. June 21, '65.
Wd. and taken pris. July 19, '64; Par. Aug. 13, '64; Must, out Nov."" 18, Prom. Corp. Nov. 1, '64; do. Sergt. Jan. 1, '65; do. Co. Com -Sergt.;
Tr. to Co. B. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Des.; never joined Co. [Nov. 18, '64. Prom. Corp.; taken pris. Sept. 5, '62; Par. Sept. 13, '62; Must, out Killed in action Aug. 25, '64.
* Enlisted for one year.
FIRST RKGIMKNT CAVALRY. 227
Commis'n. Date of
Harris B. Mitchell,
Horace A. Hyde,
2d Lieutenants.
Abraham S. Van Fleet,
Newbury,
Nov. 1 9, '64
May 22/65
Resgd. Sept. 12, '62. [Dec. 17, '64.
1st Lieut. Co. B. ; taken pris. Oct. 11, '63; Par. Dec. 10, '04; Must, out 1st Sergt. Co. M. ; Prom. 2d Lieut. Co. M. Apr. 6, '63 ; do. 1st Lieut.
Co. M. July 7, '64; taken pris. July 6, V)3; Par. Nov. 17, '63; Tr.
to Co. C. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
See Capt. Co. A.
See Capt. Co. B. [Apr. 1, '63.
1st Sergt. Co. I. ; Prom. 2d Lieut. Co. I. Apr. 25, '62; killed in action
1st Sergt. Co. B. ; Prom. 2d Lieut. Co B. Feb. 19. '63 ; taken pris. Apr. 1, '63 ; Par. Apr. 7, '63 ; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Sergt Co. B. ; Prom. 1st Sergt. Feb. 19, '63 ; do. 2d Lieut. Co. B. Apr. 1, '63 ; taken pris. Oct. n, '63, and died at Andersonville, Ga.,
Sept. 16, '64. ['64; Wd. Apr. 8, '65; Must, out June 21, '65.
Priv. Co. E.; Prom. Sergt. July 1, '64; do. 2d Lieut. Co. E. Nov. 19,
See 1st Lieut. Co. C.
'63-
Taken pris. June 23, '62; Par. ; Resgd. Nov. 17, '62.
Q. M.-Sergt. Co. B. ; drowned in Broad Run, Va., Feb. 1
See 1st Lieut. Co. B.
See 1st Lieut. Co. B.
Priv. Co. D. ; Prom. Corp. ; do. Sergt. May 1, '62; Must, out as Sergt.
Priv. Co. B.; Prom. Sergt. Dec. 24, '64; taken pris. Feb. 17, '63; Par.
Mch. 7. '63; Wd. Sept. 19, '64; Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65; Must. out Aug. 9, '65.
See 2d Lieut. Co. A.
Name and Rank. Residence. Date of
Enlistment Date of
Jackson M. Hulburt,
Eugene B. Soule,
Orris P Beeman,
Squire Shedd,
Sheldon,
Enosburgh,
Franklin,
Williston,
Sept. 21/61
Sept. 26/61 Oct. 3/61 Nov. 6/6r
Sept. 19/61 Nov. 8/6)
Nov. 19/61 Nov. 19/61
See 1st Lieut. Co. B.
Disch. Nov. 3. '62, fordisab.
See 1st Lieut. Co. B.
Re-en. Feb. 11, '64; Red. Aug. ^, !63; Prom. Sergt. Mch. 1, '65; taken pris. Apr. 1, '63; Par. Apr. 7, '63; again June 29, '64; Par. Sept. 24, '64; Wd. June 23, '64; Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Died Feb. 9, '63, of disease.
See 2d Lieut. Co. B.
Prom. Sergt Oct. 31, '62 ; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Red. Mch. 26, '63: Must out Nov. 18, '64.
Prom. Sergt. Feb. 9, '63 ; do. 1st Sergt. June 22, '63 ; Wd. and taken pris. July 3, '63; Par. — Wd. May 11, '64; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Re-en. Dec. 28, '63 ; Prom. Sergt; do. 1st Sergt; taken pris. Apr. 1,
'63; Par. Apr. 7, '63; Must, out June 21, '65.
Taken pris. May 8, '62; Par. Sept. 21, '62; Disch. Oct. 7, '62, for disab. Prom. Sergt. Aug. 21, '62
; Wd. July 6, '63 ; died Aug. 25, '64, of wds. Disch. Oct. 31, '62, for disab. [reed, same day. Prom. Co. Com.-Sergt. Oct 31, '62
; killed in action July 3, '63.
See Chief Bugler.
Died Oct. 7, '62.
Re-en. Dec. 28, '63 ; Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65; died July 12, '65, of Disch. Oct. 28, '62, for disab. [wds. accidentally reed. July 4, '65.
228 FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY
Enlistment Date of
Privates.
Abell, James H. Abell, James H. Alexander, Arthur Allen, Benjamin B.
Angell, Franklin D. Austin, Julius R. Austin, George W. Baker, Charles S.
Baker, George H. Ballard, James N. Barrows, Alphonzo Barrows, William H. Bates, George L.
Benjamin, Jos. S. 11.
Bigelow, Orson T. Blair, Samuel Bliss, George A. Bliss, Joel Bliss, Rufus M. Bonah, Louis Booskey, Philo Bowen, Bronson Boyle, James Brewer, Edwin B. Brewer, Joseph E. Brigham, Antipas Brown, John Brown, Jude Brush, Azel N. Burleson, Ossian Butler, Loren A. Caraway, Daniel Carswell, William T. Carter, Allen H. Cavanagh, James Chapman,Benjamin G.
Clark, Alonzo Coburn. Abel H. Cole, Patrick Corse, Malcolm S.
Cota, Charles Cpty, Ira
Currier, George Currier, Milo L.
Cutting, George E. Daniels, Noble A. Davis, James A. Davis, Luther H. Dean, Calvin Depar, William M. Doane, Henry N. Domina, Derious Dragon, Francis Draper, Ellis
Dufur, Simon
Durkee, Loren Eagar, Byron Erwin, John W.
Farnsworth, Milo Farnsworth, Oren C. Farrand, Andrew J. Farrand, Joseph B.
Fay, George W.
Field, Curtis L.
Burlington,
Enosburgh,
Georgia. West Fairlee,
Enosburgh, Cambridge, Colchester,
Williston.
Substitute,
Swanton.
Oct.
Oct.
Sept.
Sept.
Oct.
Sept. Oct.
Aug. Sept.
Sept.
Nov. Dec. Nov. Dec. Aug. Nov. Nov.
8,'6i
I2,'63
6,'6i
Nov 28,'64'July
Sept 4/61 jNov
23/61 1 Nov
Taken pris. May 24, '62; Par. Sept. 13, '62; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Nov. 6.'6i
Aug. 25/62 Oct". 30/61 Aug. 25/62 Sept. 24/61
19/61 Taken pris. Apr. 19, '62; Par. May 11, '62; Must, out May 22, '62.
23/63 Missing in action Mav 5. '64.
19/61 Re-en. Dec. 28, '63; Tr. to V. R. C. Dec. 14, '64; Disch. Sept. 15, '65.
16/63 Blacksmith; Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
15/64 *Must. out June 21, '65.
19/61 Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
19/61 Wd. May 5, '64; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
2/64 Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
19/61 Re-en. Dec. 31, '63, Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
30/63 Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '-65.
19/61 Taken pris. Apr. 1, '63; Par. Apr. 7, '63; again Oct. 11, '63; escaped 19/61 Must, out Nov. 18, '64. f , '64; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
28/64 *Wd. and taken oris. Oct 7, '64 ; Par. Feb. 5, '65; Must, out July 21, '65.
31/63 Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
. 26/62 Tr. to V. R. C. Sept. 16, '64; Must, out June 28, '65.
19/61 Died Oct. 20, '62, of disease.
19/61 Accidentally shot June 1, '63, near Fairfax C. H , Va. 3T/61 Nov. 19/61 Disch. Oct.' 28, '62. [Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
23/61 Nov. 19/61 Prom. Corp. Jan. 5, '63 ; taken pris. July 6, '63 ; Par. Dec. 28, '63;
23/61 Nov. 19/61 Must, out Nov. 18, '64. ['65; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
25/61 Nov. 19/61 Re-en. Feb. 22, '64; Prom. Corp. Mch. 1, '65; Tr. to Co. E. June 21,
26/63 Dec. 30/63 Tr. to Co E. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
5/64 Aug. 5. '64 Des. : never joined Co. 23/62'Sept. 26/62 Taken pris. Mch. 17, '63 ; Par. Mch. iS, '63 ; Des. June 12, '64.
23/62 Sept. 26/62 Taken pris. Jul}- 6, '63, and died at Belle Isle. Va.. Oct. 20, '63.
1/61 Nov. 19/61 Taken pris. June 29, '64: Par. Nov. 30, '64; Must, out Feb. 8, '65.
21/61 Nov. 19/61 Taken pris. Apr. 19, '62; Par. May 11, '62 ; Must, out May 22, '62.
18/61 Nov. 19/61 Taken pris. Sept. 2, '62 ; Par. Sept. 22, '62
; again May 5, '64, and died 3/61 Nov. 19/61 Must, out Nov. 18, '64. [at Andersonville, Ga., Oct. 1, '64.
20/62 Sept. 26/62 Died Nov. — , '64, of disease.
24/61 Nov. 19/61 Taken pris. Aug. 2, '62 ; Par. Sept. 13, '62; Des. June 18, '63.
8/63 Dec. 10/63 Wd. Sept. 19, '64; Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65 ; Must., out Au°\ g '65.
28/63 Dec. 19/63 Tr. to Co. F.
15/64 Aug. 15/64* Must out June 21, '65.
9/61 Nov. 19/61 Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
3/61 Nov. 19/61 Prom. Corp. Mch. 24, 63; do. Sergt. Aug. 21, '63; taken pris. Sept. 13, '63 ; Par. Sept. 29, "63'; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
12/64 Sept. 12/64 *Must. out June 21, '65.
i6/62|Sept. 26/62 Died Apr. 2, '63, of wds. reed. Apr. 1, '63.
i5,'64Aug. 15/64 Missing in action Nov. 12. "64.
29/61JN0V. 19/61 Re-en. Dec. 30, '63; taken pris. Oct. 7, '64; Par. Feb. 15. '65; Tr. to t8,'64jAug. 18/64 *Must. out June 21, '65. [Co. E June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
23/63 Dec 23/63 Bugler; Tr. to Co. E. June 2r, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65
Nov. 19/61 Must, out Nov. iS, '64.
Sept. 9,'64*Must. out June 21, '65.
Nov. 19/61 Des. Nov. 2r, "6i.
Nov. 19/61 Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Nov. 19/61 Wagoner; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Nov. 19/61 Must, out Nov. 18, '64. [E. Aug. 17/64 Sub. for William Skeels, Swanton Nov. 19/61 Disch. Oct. 23. '62, for disab. Nov. 19/61 Disch. Oct. 25, '62, for disab. [Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Jan. 2/64 Taken pris. Oct. 7, '64; Par. Feb. 15, '65; Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65; Nov. 19/61 Des. Oct. 20, '63 ; Ketd. ; Disch. Dec. 24, '62, for disab. [disab. Nov. 19/61 Taken pris. Aug. 2, '62 ; Par. Sept. 5, '62 ; Disch. Mch. 15, '63, for Nov. 19/61 Re-en. Dec. 30, '63; taken pris. Mch. 1, '64: Par. Dec. ir, '64; Tr to
Co. E. June 2 1 , '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Nov. 19/61 Re-en. Dec. 31, '63; Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65; Must, out Aug. 9, '65. Feb. 18/64 Wd. Aug. 25, '64; Tr. to V. R. C. Dec. 20, '64 ; Des. Oct. 2, '65.
Nov. 19/61 Prom. Sergt.; do Co. Q. M.-Sergt. Feb. 2, '63; taken pris. July 6, '63; Par. Nov. 16, '63; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Jan. 2/64 Taken pris. Mch. r, '64, and died at Andersonville, Ga., July 27, '64.
Sept 26/62 Must, out June 21, '65. [at Andersonville, Ga., Dec. 21, '64.
Nov. 19/61 Re-en. Dec. 30, '63; Wd. May 23, '63; taken pris. May 5, '64, 'and died Sept. 26/62 Taken pris. July 6, '63, and died at Belle Isle, Va., Nov. 16, '63.
Nov. 19/61 Taken pris. and Par. July 21, '62; Tr. to V. R. C. Sept. I, '63; Tr. back to Co. Feb. 20, '64; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Died Sept. 23, '62, of disease.
Must, out June 21, '65. [out Aug. 9, '65
1/61
9.'64
Tr. from Co. C. 3d Vt. ; Tr. to Co.
Sept 20/61 Nov. 19/61 Aug. 15/62 Sept. 26/62 Sept i6,'6i|Nov. i9,'6i|Re-en. Dec. 30, '63; Prom. Sergt. ;"Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65; Must
*Enlisted for one year.
FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. - 29
Enlistment Muster.
Foster, Rodney R. French, Samuel F.
Green, Warren W. Griffin, James 0. Hanley, John Hannassy, Patrick Hazlet, John Henry, John Henry, William P. Hibbard, Eli
Hickok, Charles U. Holmes, Henry D. Howe, Wilbur W. Hull, George J.
Humphrey,William C.
Hurlbut, John W. Hutchinson, Peter P. Hutchinson, John
Jake, John Jaques, Edward N. Jenne, Hannibal S.
Jenness, Richard Jocelyn, Frank B. Johnson, Hiram B. Kiley, Hiram M. King, Edward, Jr.
King, Peter Kinney, Francis B.
Lake, Jamer M. Loveland, Nathan Lyman, Edward F. Maredith, Mark W. Mathews, George McClarty, William McCollom, Ira
Merrill, Benson J.
Murray, Moses Nailor, Edward Newton, Franklin B.
Norton, Russell Pachette, Joseph Pangborn, Loren W. Pattee, Myron J.
Patterson, Henry Payson, James H. Peake, John, 2d Peo, Lewis Perley, Isaiah R. Perley, William H. Perry, Alpheus P.
Perry, Harrison H. Perry, Nelson L.
Porter, Simon Pratt, Jerome J. Pratt, William C.
Proctor, John Putnam, Emerson S.
Reynolds, Chester C.
Robinson, John M. Robinson, Richard Rogers, Daniel H. Rogers, William W. Rowlen, William Rushford, Zimri
Scott, Palmer M. Sharrow, George W. Sharrow, Mitchell
Shattuck, DeForrest
Poultney, Royalton, Substitute,
Cambridge, Fairfield,
St. Albans, Whitingham, Orange, Enosburgh, Enosburgh, Enosburgh, Rutland, Enosburgh, Enosburgh, Enosburgh, Woodstock, Woodstock, Cambridge, Cambridge, Milton, Substitute,
Richford,
Aug. 16,
Sept. 16,
Sept. 25,
Sept. 24,
Sept. 19,
Oct 21
Sept. 16.
Nov. 21.
Aug. 23.
26762 I9,'6i
19/61
63 'Dec
23. '63
Prom. Corp. Jan. 5, '63; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Disch. June — '62, for disab.
*Must. out June 21, '65.
Des. : never joined Co. Tr. to V. R. C. Aug. 1, '63 ; Disch. Nov. 14, '65. [Disch.
Taken pris. Apr. I, '63; Par. Apr. 7, '63; Tr. to V. R. C. Killed in action Sept. 13, '63.
*Prom. Corp. May 1, '65: Must, out June 21, '65. [Des. Sept. 9,
Wd. July 3, '63 ; Des. Jan. 29, '64; Retd. ; Tr. to V. R. C. Mch. 1,
Disch. Oct. 23, '62, for disab. [21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9,
Nov. 19,
Sept. 1,
Nov. 64'Aug.
64!Aug. '64'Aug.
!
'6i!Nov.
'6i:Xov.
•64.
'63.;
'64.
'64;
. '°5-
Wd. and taken pris. Nov. 12, '64; Par. Feb. 5, '65 ; 1 r. to Co. t. June *Must. out June 21, '65.
Taken pris. Oct. 11, '63; Par. Dec. 6, '64; Must, out Mch. 4, '65.
Prom. Corp. Aug. 24, '64; do. Co. Q. M.-£ergt. Mch. 1, '65; Wd. June Disch. Dec. — '62, for disab. [29. '64 ; Must, out June 21, '65.
Taken pris. July 6, '63; Par. Aug. 21, '63 ; Must, out Nov. 18, ''64.
Taken pris. Apr. 1, '63; Par. Apr. 7, '63; again July 6, ^63; Par. Dec. 28, '63; Must, out Dec. 1, '64.
(No descriptive list) ; missing in action Nov. 12, '64.
Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Prom. Corp. Mch. 24, '63 ; do. Sergt. Mch. 1, '64; Wd. July 8, '63;
*Must. out June 21, '65. [killed in action June 23, '64.
Taken pris. Mch. 2, '64, and died at Andersonville, Ga.. July 24, '64.
Prom. Corp. Oct. 31, '62 ; Wd. Apr. 1, "63 ; missing in action Oct. 1 1/63,
*Prom. Corp.; Must, out May 15, '65.
Died Sept. 12, '64, of wds. reed. Aug. 25. '64.
Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
19/61 Taken pris, Apr. 1, '63 ; Par. Apr. 7, "63; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
26/62 Taken pris. July 3, '63 ; Par. Aug. 2, '63; Disch. Apr. 20, '65. for disab.
18/63 Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
13/64 *Must. out June 2r, '65. [65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
2/64 Sub. for Alvin Hatch, Woodstock ; Prom. Corp. ; Tr. to Co. E. June 21.
9/64 Des.; never joined Co.
19/61 Disch. July 1, '62, for disab.
26/64 *Taken PMS - Oct. 7, '64, and died at Richmond, Va., Jan. 1, "65.
26,'62|Taken pris. Sept. 13, '63, and died at Andersonville, Ga., Aug. 30, '64.
i9,'6i;Re-en. Dec. 30, '63; taken pris. Apr. 19, '62; Far. May 11. '62: died i7,'64jTr. to Co. E. June 21 , '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65. [Nov. 15, "64, of wds. 22/64!* Must, out June 21, '65.
20/64 *Must. out Ma}- 22, '65.
22/64 *Must. out June 21, '65.
2o,'64i*Prom. Corp. ; do. Sergt. May 1, "65 ; Must, out June 21, '65.
19/61
4/64 19/61
Prom. Corp. Oct. 31, '62; taken pris. Feb. Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. Taken pi is. Oct. 11, '63; Par. Dec. 6. "64;
17, '63; Par. Mch. 7, '63;
24,'64l*Must. out June 21, '65.
9, '65.
Aug. Nov. Aug.
6iJDec.
19/61 Prom. Corp.; do. Co. Com.-Sergt. Mch. r, '64 ; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
19/61 Died Nov. 20, '64, of disease.
8/64 Des. ; never joined Co.
1/64 "Taken pris Nov. 12. '64, and died at Richmond, Va., Feb. 21, '65.
2/64 Tr. to V. R. C. Nov. 26, '64; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
26/62 Prom. Sergt.; taken pris. May 10, '63: Par. May 23, '63; Wd. May 11, 26,'62'Must. out June 21, '65. ['64; Must, out June 21, '65.
22/63 Tr. t0 Co. E. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
19/61 Re-en. Dec. 30, '63; Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65: Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
i9,'6i|Taken pris. July 6, '63, and died at Andersonville, Ga., July iS, '64.
2,'64JTr. to Co. E. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
i6,'63JTr. to Co. E. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
l6,'63,Saddler; Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
27/64J*Died June 21, '65, of disease.
29/64 19/6 11/64 19/61 26/62
*Must. out June 21, '65.
Wd. May 5, '64; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Sub. for William S. Palmer, Newbury ; missing in action — Des. July 18, '62.
Taken pris. Apr. 1, '63 ; Par. Apr. 7, '63; Must, out June 21, '65.
64.
;
26/62 Died Nov. 29, '62, of disease. TMust. out Aug. 9, '65. i9,'6iiTaken pris. Feb. 17, '63; Par. Mch. 7; '63; Must/out Nov. iS, '64.
19/61 |Disch. Feb. 5, '63, for disab.
3o/63,Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
26/62 Prom. Corp.; Wd. Apr. 1, '63, and July 6, '63; Must, out June 21/65. i,'6iiSaddler; Must, out Dec. 1, '64.
* Enlisted for one year.
?3o FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY.
Skinner, Nathan E.
Small, Frederick L.
Small, John P.
St. Germain, Marshall
Stone, Charles 15.
Stutson, Horace B.
Turner. Charles
Wanzer, Alfred K. Ward, Dennis Watson, Calvin H. Wilder, Daniel F.
Wilson, Merritt
Yates, Edmund
Berkshire,
Fairfield,
Berkshire,
Aug. Jan. Nov. Nov.
.9/6. 27/64 26/62 28/64 28/64 19/61 26/62 26/62 19/61 26/62 6/64
25/64 26/62 25/64 6/64
Disch. Nov. 14, '62. for disab.
'Taken pris. Nov. 12, '64; Par. Feb. 17, '65; Must, out June 19, '65.
Disch. Aug. 1, '64, for disab.
*Prom. Corp. Mch. 1, '65; Wd. Sept. 19, '64; Must, out June 21, '65.
*Must. out June 21, '65.
Taken pris. July 3, '63; Par. Nov. 17, '63; Must out Nov. 18, '64.
Taken pris. July 3. '63, and died at Andersonville, Ga., Apr. 20, '64.
Taken pris. July 6, '63 ; Par. Aug. 2, '63; Must, out June 21, '65.
Taken pris. Feb. 17, '63; Par. Mch. 7, '63; again May 12, '64; Par.
See 2d Lieut. Co. B. [Nov. 30, '64; Must, out Feb. 6, '65.
Taken pris. Mch. 4, '65 ; Par. Apr. 2, '65 ; Must, out June 30, '65.
*Prom. Corp. Mch. 1, '65 ; Must, out June 21, '65.
Must, out June 21, '65.
Des. ; never joined Co. Missing in action Nov. 12, '64. [23. '64.
Re-en Dec. 21, '63; taken pris. July 1, '63; Par. same day; Des. Feb.
Re-en. Dec. 28, '63 ; Prom. Corp. May 15, '65 ; taken pris. June 29, '64;
Par. Nov. 30, '64; Must, out June 21, '65.
Taken pris. Sept. 6/62; Par. Sept. 15, '62; Disch. Feb. 2, '63, for disab.
Re-en. Dec. 28, '63: Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65 ; Must out Aug. 9, '65.
Disch. Oct. 28, '62, for disab.
Disch. June 3, '63, for disab.
Prom. Corp. Oct. 31, '62; do. Co. Com.-Sergt. Aug. 21, '63; taken pris.
Apr. 1, '63 ; Par. Apr. 7, '63 ; died Dec. 24, '63, of wds. reed. Oct 1 1,
*Must. out June 21, '65. ['63.
Tr. to Co. E. June 21, '65 ; Must, out July 5, '65.
Taken pris. Oct. 1 1, '63, and died at Florence, S. C, Sept 15, '64.
Re-en. Dec. 29, '63; Prom. Sergt. ; Disch. June 16, '65, for wds. reed.
Apr. 8, '65.
0. M.-Seroeant.
John W. Smith, Harlan P. Aldrich,
James F. Randall, Daniel J: Hill,
Edmund Pope, Jr.,
Wagoner.
Privates.
Allen, Chauncey M., Armstrong, John Atwood, Horace G. Avery, Charles Bailey, Walter Baldwin, Orange A. Bancroft, Daniel P.
Bancroft, John Banister, Foster L.
Barrows, Martin Bell, Charles J.
Benjamin, John Bennett, Allen J. Blanchard, Timothy
Bixby, Russell C.
Boonheur, Albro Brown, Arunah A. Brown, George Brown, George VV.
Brunell, Toussant Bryant, Edward S.
Bryant, Eliphalet E. Burnett, William D. Burnham, Horace Burnes, James Butters, James C.
Buxton, John H. Cahill, Thomas Cameron, John Campbell, Bertrand D. Carr, Michael Carrigan, Thomas Chapman, John B.
Chase, Amos J; Chase, Austin A. Cheney, Ichabod D. Clark, Leonard G.
Marshfield,
Marshfield,
Barre,
Montpelier,
Berlin,
Montpelier,
Kirby.
Berkshire,
Sept. 16, '61
Sept.
Sept.
Nov.
Nov.
19/61
i9,'6i
23/61
4/64 29/64 24/63 11/61
24/62 25/64
Nov. 19/6 Dec. 23/6 Dec. 18/63 Sept. 26/64 Sept. 5/64 Nov. 19/61 Sept. 26/62
Sept. 26/62 Nov. 16/63 Dec. 26/64 Aug. 17/64 Nov. .19/61 Nov. "19/6
Nov. 19/61
Aug. 23/64 Dec. 20/64 Dec. 22/63 Nov. 19/6 June 3/64 Sept. 19/64 Sept. 26/62 Sept. 26/62 Sept. 1/64 Jan. 5/64 Dec. 29/" Dec. 23/63 Nov. 19/6 Nov. 19/6 Dec. 25/63 Aug. 11/64 Nov. 19/61 Nov. 19/61 July 16/64 Dec. 3/63 Nov. 19/61 Sept 26/62 Aug. 25/64
Remarks.
Disch. Oct. 7, '62, for disab.
Prom. Co. Com.-Sergt. Nov. 18, '61; Red. June 9, '64; Prom. Sergt.
Oct. 1, '64; taken pris. Sept. 26, '63; Par. Sept. 29, '63; Must, out
Nov. 18, '64.
See Regtl-Commissary.
Re-en. Feb. 24, '64; Prom. Sergt. Nov. 18, '61 ; killed in action June
See 2d Lieut. Co. C. [13, '64.
Disch. Oct. 29, '62, for disab. ['63; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Prom. Sergt. ; Wd. Apr. 1, '63; taken pris. Sept. 13, '63; Par. Nov. 17,
Disch. Jan. —, 62, for disab.
Prom. Sergt. ; taken pris. July 6, '63 ; Par. Aug. 2, '63 ; Wd. May 30/63, and Dec. 23, '63: Tr. to V. R. C. Feb. 8, '64; Disch. Sept. 22, '64.
Re-en. Feb. 24, '64; Prom. Sergt ; do. 1st Sergt ; taken pris. June 29,
. '64, and died Dec. 15, '64, on board transport while a pris.
Taken pris. May 24, '62, and died at Lynchburg, Va., July 27, '62.
Disch. Dec. 7, '62, for disab.
Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Re-en. Dec. 28, '63 ; Prom. Co. Q. M -Sergt. Nov. 19, '64; Must, out
Disch. Dec. 7, '62, for disab. [June 2 1, '65.
Disch. Oct. 31, '62, for wds. reed. May 24, '62.
Disch. Oct. 23, '62, for disab.
Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Died Jan. 29, '64, of disease.
Taken pris. June 13. '64, and died at Andersonville, Va., Sept. 27. ''64.
' Must, out June 21, '65.
* Must, out June 21, '65. [Nov 18, '64.
Prom. Corp.; taken pris. Sept. 22, '63; Par. Sept. 29, '63; Must, out
Wd. and taken pris. Mch. 2, '64; Par. Apr. 16, '64; Disch. May 18, '65,
for disab.
Taken pris. July 3, '63 ; Par. Aug. 2, '63 ; died Apr. 29, '65, of disease.
Wd. Mch. 1, '64; Prom. Corp. Feb. 1, '65 ; Tr. to Co. A. June 21, '65 ;
Must, out Aug. 9, '65. [Must, out Aug. 9, '
,6- ) .
*Prom. Corp. Nov. 19, '64; Wd. Apr. 8, '65 ; Must, out June 21, '65.
Wagoner; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Disch. Nov. 21, '62, for disab.
Taken pris. and Par. Sept. 6, '62; again Apr. 1, '63; Par. Apr. 4, '63; Tr. to V. R. C. Sept. 1, '63; Disch. Nov. 18, '64.
"Taken pris. Oct. 7, '64, and died at Richmond, Va , Feb. 15, '65.
Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Tr. to Co A. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65. [Nov. 18, '64.
Blacksmith; taken pris. Sept. 22, '63; Par Sept. 29, '63; Must, out Tr. from Co. H.; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
*Must. out June 21, '65.
Must, out June 21, '65.
Must, out June 21, '65.
*Must. out.June 21, '65.
Prom. Corp. Feb. 1, '65;
Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Tr. to Co. A. June 21, '65; Must. out. Aug. 9, '65.
Disch. Nov. 21, '62, for disab.
Disch. Nov. 5, '62, for disab. I
Wd. May 6, '64; Disch. Feb. 22, '65, for disab.
*Killed in action Sept. 19, '64.
Re-en. Dec. 28, '63; Tr. to Co. A. June 21, '65; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Taken pris. Apr. 1, '63; Par. Apr. 7, '63; Tr. to V. R. C.;' Must out Never joined Co. ; Des. to the enemy Aug. 11, '64. [Nov. 18, '64.
Tr. to Co. A. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Disch. Nov. 27, '61, for disab.
Tr. to V. R. C. Apr. 19, '64 ; Must, out July 1, '65.
'Must, out June 21, '65.
Tr. to Co. A. June 21
['65.
* Enlisted for one year.
Enlistment Date of
Muster. Rkmarks.
Clough, Franklin H. Coburn, Benjamin F. Coburn, David Cole, Parker Cronan, Patrick
Davis. Nathan L.
Dwyer, Chester L.
Edson, Henry L.
Farnham. William Fay, Frank A. Fay, Joseph Fisk, Charles D. Fisk, Gilbert E. Flanders, Volney R. Flynn, Barney Foster, Harrison S.
Freeman, David P.
George, Albert George, Alpheus Gordon. John W. Gove, William R.
Gray, William C.
Hall, Randall L.
.
Hatch, Marshall E. Hayward. Samuel A. Henry. Martin L.
Hill, George Hodgdon, Samuel B.
Hopkins. William J.
Horner, Hobert S.
Hoyt, Alonzo A.
Jordon, Joseph Kent, Sanford H. Ketchum, Francis H.
Kingston, George C.
Kingston, Walter W.
Kneeland, Seymour L Ladd, Andrew J. LaFontaine, Joseph Leahy, Dennis G. Lewis, DeForest L.
Lewis, Frederick A. Livingston, James Lovejoy, Arthur P. Lyford, Munroe Mahew, Frank Mallory, Lorenzo D. Martin, William E.
Mason, John Mason, William P., Jr.
May, Henry May, Thomas S.
Washington, Danville.
Middlesex, Northfield,
Waterbury. Monkton. Lyndon, Fayston, Lvndon. Cabot.
Northfield,
Marshfield,
Aug. Aug. Aug. Dec. Aug. Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Dec.
Sept.
Sept.
1 4, '63 Dec.
31/64 Aug. 14/6 1/64
Nov. Nov. Nov.
16/62
16/64
Sept Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Aug. Nov. Aug. Nov Nov. Aug. Nov. Nov. Sept.
Sept.
16/62 Sept.
18/61 Nov.
1S/61 Nov. 19/61 ' Nov. 1 1 ,'64 Aug. 11/63 Dec. 22/64 Aug. 5/64 Sept.
23/61 j
23/61
21/64 17/61
6/64 12/61
Nov. July Nov. Sept.
25/63 Killed in action May 5, '64.
31/64 *Must. out June 21, '65.
19/61 Died Oct. 28, "62, of disease.
1/64 *Must. out June 21, '65. [wds.
19/61 Prom. Corp.; Wd. and taken pris. June 23, '64, and died June 24, '64, of 19/61 Taken pris. May 24, '62; Par. Sept. 7, '62; Disch. Jan. 13, '63, for disab.
19/61 Disch. Apr. 12, '62, for disab. [21, '65.
26/62 Prom. Sergt. Nov. 19, '64; do. 1st Sergt Feb. 1, '65; Must, out June 19/61 Taken pris. Sept. 22, '63; Par. Sept. 29, '63 ; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
19/61 Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
25/64 *Must. out June 21, '65.
21/64 *Blacksmith ; Must, out June 21, '65.
19/61 Disch. June 12, '62, for disab.
19/61 Taken pris. July 3, '63, and died at Augusta, Ga., Mch. 25, ''64.
9/63 Died Sept. 4, '64, of disease.
16/64 Des. ; never joined Co. 26/62 Wd and taken pris. Apr. 1, '63; Par. Apr. 6, '63 ; Wd. May 18, '63;
Tr. to V. R. C. Jan. 15, '64; Must, out July 14, '65.. [18, '64.
19/61 Prom. Corp.; taken pris. July 6, '63; Par. Dec. 28, '63; Must, out Nov. 19/61 Disch. Nov. 27, '61, for disab.
19/61 Disch. Oct. 31. "62, for disab.
19/61 Prom. Corp.; Wd. Apr. 1, '63; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
8/64 *Must out June 21. '65 [escaped May 9, '65; Must, out May 26, '65.
19/61 Taken pris. Sept. 22,^63; Par. Sept. 29, '63 ; again June 29, '64; 26/62 See Sergt.-Major.
19/61 Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
19/61 Tr. to V. R. C. Mch. 4. "64; Disch. Nov. 19, '64.
25/63 Taken pris. Oct. 7, '64; Par. Mch. 10, '65 ; Must, out June 12, '65.
31/63 Tr. to Co. A. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
i2,'64*Must out June 21, '65.
19/61 Tr. to V. R. C. Sept. 1, ^63 ; Disch. Nov. 18, '64.
25/64 "Taken pris. Oct. 7, '64; Par. Feb. 5, '65; Must, out June 21, '65.
19/61 See 1st Lieut. Co. C. 19/61 Disch. Apr. 12, '62, for disab.
23/64 *.Must. out June 21, '65.
19/61 Must, out Nov 18, '64.
19/61 Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
26/62 Prom. Corp. Nov. 19, '64: died May 28, "65, of disease.
16/64 *Prom. Corp. Nov. 19, '64; Must, out June 21, '65.
26/62 Tr. to V. R. C. Sept. 1, '6^ ; accidentally killed Oct. 5, '63.
19/61 Taken pris. May 24, '62; Par. June 1, '62; again Aug. 2/62 : Par. Sept. 13, '62; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
19/61 Taken pris. May 24, '62, and died at Strasburgh, Va., June 26, '62.
19/61 Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
1 1/64 Des. ; never joined Co.
22/63 Prom. Sergt. Nov. 19, '64; Wd. Apr. 1, '65; Must, out June S,^. [Va. 22/64 Taken pris. and died Oct. 7, '64. of wds. reed, same day at Mt. Jackson. 5/64 *Missing in action Mch. 12, '65.
19/61 Disch. Mch. 2S. '63, for disab.
31/63 Prom. Corp. Feb. 1, '65; Wd. and taken pris. June 23, '64: Par. Sept. 24, '64; Tr. to Co. A. June 21, '65; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
15/64 Tr. to Co. A. June 21, '65; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
18/63 Wd. and taken pris. June 29, '64, and died at Charleston, S. C. Nov. 14. '64; amputation of leg. [Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
25/63 Taken pris. Dec. 19, '64; Par. Mch. 10, '65; Tr. to Co. A. June 21, '65 ;
25/63 Disch. Apr. 10, "64. for disab.
23/64 *Must. out June 21, '65. [June 21, '65.
26/62 Taken pris. Apr. 1. '63; Par. Apr. 7, '6v, Wd. Oct. 19, '63; Must, out 19/61 Taken pris. July 6, '63; Par. Sept. 23, '63 ; Must, out Nov. rS, '64.
19/61 Taken pris. Feb. —, '63; Par. Feb. — , "63; again Sept. 13, '63; Par. 23/64 Must, out Aug. 9. ^65. [Apr. 28, '65 ; Must, out May 23, '65.
26/62 Taken pris. Sept. 22, '63; Par. Sept. 29, '63; Must, out June 19, '65.
19/61 Wd. Sept. 13, '63; Must, out Nov. 18, '64
28/64 Must, out Aug. 9, '65. ['64, ofdisease. 26/62 Prom. Corp.; taken pris. June 29, '64; Par. Dec. 6, '64; died Dec. 14, 19/61 Des. Nov. 23, '61.
21/64 Des.; never joined Co. 19/61 Disch. Mch. 3. '64, for wds. reed. July 3, '63.
6/64 Des. ; never joined Co. 19/61 Re-en. Feb. 24. '64; Prom. Corp. Mch. 1, '64; do. Sergt. Feb. 1, '65;
Wd. July S, '63 ; Tr. to Co. A. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 233
Enlistment
McLaughlin, John McSwan, Norman Melvin, Delinus Meyette, Peter Moffitt, Pliney M.
Morris, Joseph Morton, John E.
Mosse, Richard Murray, Henry Newhouse, Chris.
Nichols, Erastus W. Norris, Mahlon Northrop, Albert A
Nownes, Charles Nownes, George H. Nownes, William
O'Donnell, Thomas O'Donnell, William O'Neil, Dennis
Owens, Thomas Page, Charles Palmer, John W. Parker, Jerome W. Pendergrass, Timothy Pigeon, Alphonse Plastridge, Amasa Pope, Willis G. Pratt, Charles Preston, Philander A.
Riley, John Reed, James T. Rice, Marcus M.
Richardson, Levi B.
Rigner, Nelson L.
Ring, William F.
Rublee, Amherst W. Ruggles, Homer Sanborn, David Sault, Julius
Savory, George W. Sawyer, Harley T. Scott, Elisha Scott, George W. Seaver, Latham T. Seymour, Chris. D. Shepley, Elliot W. Smith, Gilbert O. Smith, Joel J. Spaulding, Charles C Spencer, George W. Stark, Nathan B.
Sterling, George W. Sterling, John Stevens, David W. Stickney, William O. Stiles, Lester K. Stockwell, Henry A. Stone, Merritt H. Stowell, Alladuren Stuart, William H. H. Sturtevant, Charles E.
Templeton, James A.
Randolph,
Marshfield,
Marshfield,
Bethel,
Substitute,
Substitute,
Alburgh,
Middlesex,
Sept. 25/61 Aug. 4/62 Aug. 19/64 Dec. 31/63 Sept. 29/64 Sept. 14/61 Sept. 11/61 Aug. 7/62
Aug. 15/62 Dec. 16/63 Oct. 7/61
Dec. 23/64 Aug. 23/64 Sept. 1/64
Nov. 29/61
Dec. Nov
• '9/6'
29/64 19/61
15/64 19/61
Nov. 30/63 Dec. 25/63 Wd. Oct. 7,'64; Tr. to Co. A. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Dec. 21/64 Dec. 21/64 Tr. to Co. A. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
31/63 Taken pris. Mch. 1, '64, and died at Andersonville, Ga., July 31, '64.
19/61 Re-en. Dec. 28, '63; Prom. Corp. ; taken pris. June 11, '64; Par. Dec. , '64; died Dec. 19, '64, of disease. [Nov. 18, '64.
Taken pris. Aug. 2, '62 ; Par. Sept. 13, '62; Wd. May 7. '64 ; Must, out *Sub. for A. H. Ryder, Poultney; Tr. from Co. A. 3d Vt.; Must, out Disch. Mch. 8, "62, for disab. [June 21, '65.
Tr. to Co. A. June 21, '65; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Re-en. Dec. 28, '63; Prom. Corp. ; do. Sergt. Nov. 19, '64 ; do. Co. Com.- Sergt.; do. Co. Q. M.-Sergt. ; taken pris. Mch. 2, '64; Par. Apr. 30, '64; Tr. to Co. A. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Disch. Nov. 26, '62, for disab.
Died Apr. 3, '63, of wds. reed. Apr. 1, '63.
Must, out June 8, '65. .
[Must, out Aug. 9, '65.
Prom. Sergt. Nov. 19, '64; Wd. Apr. 3, '65; Tr. to Co. A. June 21, '65-.
*Must. out June 21, '65. » Died Mch. 31, '63, of disease.
Taken pris. July 3, '63, and died at Richmond, Va , Feb. 1, '64.
Wd. and taken pris. Apr. 1, '63 ; Par. Apr. 23, '63.; Wd. May 18, '63 ;
Must, out June 5, '65. ['65.
Bugler; taken pris. July 21, '64; Par. Feb 5, '65; Must, out June 21,
Taken pris. June 29, '64, and died at Andersonville, Ga., Aug. 23, '64.
Prom. Sergt. ; taken pris. Apr. 1, '63 ; Par. Apr. 7, '63 ; Must, out Nov. 18, '64.
Must, out Aug. 9, "65. [June 20, ''65.
Sub. for Robert N. Warden, Barnet; Tr. from Co. A. 3d Vt.; Des. Sub. for William T. Hostis, Barnet ; Tr. from Co. A. 3d Vt. ; Des.
June 9, '65. [for wds. Nov. 29/61 Wd. and taken pris. Apr. 1, 63, and Par. same day; Disch. Feb. 1, '64,
Taken pris. Sept. 6, '62 ; Par. Sept. 7, '62
; Disch. Jan. 22, '63
25/63 Tr. to Co. A. June 2f, '65; Must, out Aug. 9,
25/63 Tr. to Co. A. June 21, '65; Must, out Aug. 9,
6/64 Des. Oct. 28, '64.
28/64 Must. ou t Aug. 9, '65.
19/61 Disch. Nov. 28, "61, for disab.
30/64 *Must. out June 21. '65.
5/64 Tr. to Co. A. June 21, '65 ; Must, out Aug. 9,
19/61 Re-en. Dec. 31, '63: Wd. July 6, '63; taken pris.
I
5,'64!Des. ; never joined Co.
Nov. 28/63 Dec. 15/63 Sept. 6/64 Dec. 21/64 Sept. I5.'6i
Aug. 30/64 Sept. 5/64 Sept. 21/6
Aug ,'64
Sept.
Sept.
Dec.
25,.'63'jan.
Nov. Dec. Aug.
[Sept. 26, '64.
i9,'6i!Wd. Apr. 1, '63. and July 9. '63; Tr. to V. R. C. Feb. 15, '64; Disch.
16/61
8/63
19/61
19/61