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Twenty-Fourth Infantry.

The Twenty-fourth Iowa Volunteer Infantry contained two entire Companies (B and C) and parts of two others from Cedar County, the balance of the regiment being from the adjacent counties of Johnson, Jackson, Linn, Jones and Iowa.  The regiment was raised during the first two weeks of August, 1862, and was in rendezvous at Camp Strong, Muscatine, Iowa, before the end of the month -- the two Cedar County companies reaching there August 27th.

On September 14th, the regiment was uniformed, and on the 18th was formally mustered into the United States service by Captain H. B. Hendershott.

On October 20th, it left Camp Strong for active service, embarking on the steamer Hawkeye State and landing at Helena, Arkansas.

During the Winter of 1862-63, the regiment participated in Gen. Grant's Coldwater Expedition, and also on a movement by boat up White River as far as Duvall's Bluff.    There were no casualties connected with either of these movements, except the accidental drowning of one man, but the Winter at Helena brought a great deal of sickness and many deaths.

On the 11th of April, the regiment left Helena to take part in Grant's Vicksburg campaign, receiving its first baptism of fire at the battle of Port Gibson May 1st.

At the battle of Champion Hill or Edwards' Station, fought May 16th, the regiment, after a gallant charge which penetrated the enemy's line and captured a 6-gun battery in its rear, met an unusual and terrible loss  through the total incapacity of Col. E. C. Byam, its then commanding officer.  Col. Byam resigned soon after this battle, and was succeeded in command by Lieut. Col. J. Q. Wilds, a worthy and efficient officer.    It afterward moved to Vicksburg and shared in the siege, accompanying Gen. Sherman in his rapid march on Jackson, directly on the surrender of the former place.

August 1st the regiment proceeded by river to New Orleans, finding its first active duty there with Gen. Banks' Teche Expedition, which marched up that sluggish Louisiana stream and then marched down again, leaving the Twenty-fourth to go into Winter quarters at Madisonville.

March 13th, 1864, found the Twenty-fourth Iowa making its first day's march on the celebrated Red River campaign.  In the severe battle at Sabine Cross Roads, April 8th, considerable loss was sustained both in killed, wounded and prisoners, while the day and night retreat which followed was equally trying to souls, soles and stomachs.

Returned to New Orleans, June 13th, and soon started by ocean steamer for Washington, D. C., joining at once the forces then protecting the Capital from Early's savage raid.    The regiment became a part of the force which made the stirring Shenandoah Valley campaign under the gallant Sheridan, participating in numerous skirmishes in addition to the hard fought field at Winchester, September 19th, and Cedar Creek, just a month later.   In the former engagement, Lieut. Col. Wilds, commanding regiment, was mortally wounded, devolving the command during the remaining service upon Major Ed. Wright, who was subsequently made a Brevet Brigadier General for meritorious services.

January 14, 1865, the regiment left Baltimore for Savannah, Georgia, where the division to which it belonged went to hold open the communications behind Sherman's advance.    Transferred from there to Morehead City and Goldsboro, North Carolina, for the same purpose.

It was at the former place when the news of Lee's surrender awakened new dreams of home.  Returning to Savannah and thence to Augusta, Georgia, moving back again to Savannah, June 25th to be mustered out of service.

Reached Davenport, Iowa, via Baltimore, in the latter part of July, and after being paid off were disbanded like the rest.

(Note. -- This regiment was mustered out at Savannah, Georgia, July 17, 1865.    Officers not otherwise accounted for were mustered out as with regiment.)

 

Col. Ed. Wright, commissioned major August 10, 1862, promoted lieutenant colonel June 8, 1864, promoted colonel November 18, 1864, commissioned as brigadier general by brevet to rank from March 13, 1865, dated May 22, 1865.

Company B.

Captain Stephen W. Rathbun, commissioned September 18, 1862, resigned December 26, 1864.

Captain Benjamin F. Fobes, commissioned 1st lieutenant September 18, 1862, promoted captain December 27, 1862, died at Vicksburg, August 5, 1863.

Captain William T. Rigby, commissioned 2d lieutenant September 18, 1862, promoted captain August 6, 1863.

1st Lieutenant Myron H. Begole, enlisted as 1st sergeant August 2, 1862, promoted 1st lieutenant January 1, 1863, died at Geneseo, New York, October 10, 1863.

1st Lieutenant Wm. Kelly, enlisted as sergeant August 2, 1862, promoted 1st Sergeant, then 1st lieutenant November 6, 1863.

Second Lieutenant W. W. Edgington, enlisted August 2, 1862, promoted 2d lieutenant May 2, 1864.

Sergeant Martin F. Rigby, enlisted July 26, 1862, wounded October 19, 1864, at Cedar Creek, Virginia.

Sergeant Edward B. Cousins, enlisted August, 1862, promoted sergeant major September 10, 1863.

Sergeant Robert S. Rathbun, enlisted August, 1862, transferred to Veterans Reserve Corps May, 1864.

Sergeant Elias Gabriel, enlisted August, 1862, discharged January, 1865, account of wounds received at Cedar Creek, Virginia.

Corporal Isaac Blatner, enlisted July 26, 1862.

Corporal Wm. S. Lusk, enlisted July 22, 1862.

Corporal Geo. A. Given, enlisted August 7, 1862, died November 15, 1862, at Keokuk.

Corporal S. W. Sutton, enlisted August 2, 1862, promoted sergeant May, 1864.

Corporal Jas. C. Betts, enlisted July 29, 1862, discharged May 6, 1865.

Musician Jno. T. Cunningham, enlisted July 22, 1862.

Musician Wm. F. Eatherton, enlisted August 8, 1862, discharged June 23, 1865, for promotion to U. S. Colored Troops.

Brown, E. F., enlisted July 21, 1862, died July 1, 1863, at Vicksburg.

Bardue, John, enlisted July 18, 1862, wounded September 19, 1864, at Winchester, Virginia.

Bedell, Wm. L., enlisted July 24, 1862, discharged March 26, 1863, disability.

Bowman, E., enlisted August 6, 1862, corp., wounded May 30, 1864, by guerrillas.

Carl, Henry L., enlisted August, 1862, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps.

Cotton, Winfield S., enlisted August, 1862, discharged February 13, 1863, disability.

Crisman, William, enlisted August, 1862, discharged June 10, 1864, account of wounds received at Cedar Creek, Virginia.

Crisman, Sanford A., discharged December 16, 1864, account of wounds received at Cedar Creek, Virginia.

Crisman, James E., captured at Cedar Creek, died in prison.

Collins, Wm. H., enlisted July 25, 1862, discharged October 8, 1864, disability.

Chapman, John, enlisted July 17, 1862, discharged August 25, 1863, disability.

Cripliver, John W., enlisted July 26, 1862, died May 14, 1863, at St. Louis.

Cantenwine, John, enlisted August 1, 1862.

Crisman, Jno. B., enlisted August 2, 1862, wounded at Mansfield, Louisiana, April 8, 1864, captured October 19, 1864, at Cedar Creek, Virginia, promoted sergeant.

Clay, John, enlisted August 15, 1862.

Daugherty, J. F., enlisted July 22, 1862, captured September 19, 1864, at Winchester, Virginia.

Dickinson, Jas. D., enlisted August 5, 1862, wounded September 19, 1864, at Winchester, Virginia.

Duntz, Geo. P., enlisted August 6, 1862.

Davidson, Jas. K., enlisted August 22, 1862, discharged August 24, 1863.

Dennison, Jno., enlisted July 29, 1862.

Dillon, L., enlisted August 7, 1862, died January 26, 1863, at St. Louis.

Dawson, I. F., enlisted August 7, 1862, corporal, discharged April 11, 1863, disability.

Edward, J. M., enlisted July 24, 1862, discharged May 26, 1865, disability.

Eatherton, T. A., enlisted July 14, 1862, promoted 1st sergeant January 1, 1864.

Eatherton, S., enlisted August 1, 1862, discharged January 13, 1865, disability.

Edgington, Jno., enlisted August 6, 1862.

Edmiston, Matthew, enlisted August 2, 1862, wounded April 8, 1864, at Mansfield, Louisiana, died July 27, 1865.

Fletcher, James, discharged January 5, 1865, account of wounds received at Winchester.

Fleming, Geo. S., enlisted August 6, 1862, transferred April 30, 1864, to Invalid Corps.

Ford, Danl., enlisted August 2, 1862.

Foy, Saml. P., enlisted August 15, 1862, discharged April 1, 1863.

Gardiner, Jno E., enlisted July 25, 1862, wounded and captured April 8, 1864, at Mansfield, Louisiana, discharged August 5, 1864, wounds.

Hopper, William, discharged January 7, 1864, disability.

Hurrel, Jacob, discharged June, 1865.

Hiteshew, Jas. H., enlisted July 25, 1862.

Hart, Jerome, enlisted August 6, 1862, promoted sergeant February 1, 1865.

Irwin, Robt., enlisted August 12, 1862, wounded September 19, 1864, at Winchester, Virginia.

Johnson, S., enlisted August 2, 1862.

Long, William, discharged February 21, 1863, disability.

Pruett, Martin, enlisted August 1862, wounded at Jackson, Mississippi, July 1863, discharged.

Slater, Jacob, discharged, disability.

Recruits.

Crisman, Francis, enlisted 1864.

Garber, Peter, enlisted 1864.

Guthrie, John M., enlisted 1864.

Munn, Silas, enlisted 1864.

Senet, John, enlisted 1864.

Stewart, F. M., enlisted 1864.

Wilson, John L., enlisted 1864, wounded May 30, 1864.

Wilford, Oliver, enlisted 1864.

Jenkins, B., enlisted August 5, 1862, captured April 8, at Mansfield, Louisiana.

Kent, John L., enlisted August 5, 1862, discharged wounds April 8, 1864.

Larison, Thos., enlisted August 2, 1862, promoted corporal July 1, 1864.

McLane, John, enlisted August 15, 1862.

Munn, Samuel, enlisted August 2, 1862.

Montgomery, Alex., enlisted July 24, 1862, died at Helena, Arkansas, December 26, 1862.

Minturn, Rufus C., enlisted August 2, 1862.

McKay, Isaac, enlisted August 2, 1862, died January 28, 1864, at New Orleans.

Moir, Geo., enlisted August 15, 1862, corporal, killed by lightning at Savannah, Georgia, July 13, 1865.

McGowan, Chas., enlisted August 6, 1862, died June 20, 1863, at Vicksburg.

Otto, N. J., enlisted July 31, 1862, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps.

Pittman, J. S., enlisted July 26, 1862, wounded September 19, 1864, at Winchester, Virginia, discharged January 5, 1865, wounds.

Pruett, S., enlisted August 5, 1862, died March 24, 1865.

Pense, A., enlisted August 15, 1862, transferred November 20, 1863, to Invalid Corps.

Patterson, A., enlisted August 7, 1862.

Porter, Thos., enlisted July 25, 1862.

Piden, Alexander, enlisted August 14, 1862.

Patterson, Eli R., enlisted August 9, 1862, died December 10, 1862, at Helena, Arkansas.

Rigby, Jesse W., enlisted July 22, 1862, captured April 8, 1864, at Mansfield, Louisiana.

Rigby, A. A., enlisted August 7, 1862, promoted corporal February 1, 1865.

Rice, Saml. S., enlisted August 2, 1862, wounded September 19, 1864, at Winchester, Virginia, discharged.

Robertson, J. R. A., enlisted August 11, 1862, transferred February 15, 1864, to Invalid Corps.

Robertson, Geo. A., enlisted August 5, 1862.

Stratton, Theo., enlisted July 24, 1862, died December 8, 1862, at Helena, Arkansas.

Starr, John C., enlisted August 5, 1862, died July 1, 1864, at Thibodeaux, Louisiana.

Shintaffer, Isaac, enlisted July 14, 1862, died November 21, 1863, at New Iberia.

Soesbe, Wm., enlisted July 19, 1862, discharged April 11, 1864, disability.

Sheets, Jos. C., enlisted August 1, 1862, discharged February 21, 1863, disability.

Sanders, S. J., enlisted August 2, 1862, died May 13, 1863, at Helena, Arkansas.

Smith, Jas., enlisted July 25, 1862, drowned November 19, 1862, at Montgomery Landing, Arkansas.

Simmons, C., enlisted July 7, 1862.

Safley, Jno. W., enlisted July 6, 1862, died August 19, 1863, at St. Louis.

Shropshire, Jno., enlisted August 2, 1862.

Spur, J., enlisted August 2, 1862.

Soaper, Andrew, enlisted August 13, 1862, died June 13, 1865, at Augusta, Alabama.

Tillett, Geo. H., enlisted August 4, 1862, died November 9, 1862, at Muscatine.

Todd, Samuel S., enlisted August 14, 1862.

Todd, Geo. S., enlisted July 14, 1862, discharged April 9, 1865, disability.

Williams, Elijah, enlisted August 6, 1862, discharged February 4, 1863, disability.

Webb, E. W., enlisted July 31, 1862, wounded and captured April 8, 1864, at Mansfield, Louisiana, died April 22, 1864, wounds.

Weeks, C. F., enlisted August 2, 1862, corporal, wounded September 19, 1864, at Winchester, Virginia, killed in battle at Cedar Creek, Virginia, October 19, 1864.

Weeks, Jno. K., enlisted August 15, 1862, discharged February 12, 1863, disability.

Waterman, H., enlisted August 2, 1862, died August 12, 1863, at Port Hudson, Louisiana.

Williams, A., enlisted August 15, 1862.

Yard, M., enlisted August 2, 1862.

Zeitler, Benj. C., enlisted August 1, 1862, wounded October 19, 1864, at Cedar Creek, Virginia, promoted corporal February 1, 1865.

Collins, Jas. R., enlisted January 30, 1864, died April 8, 1864.

Clay, David, enlisted January 4, 1864.

Eatherton, B. O., enlisted December 30, 1864.

Easterly, A. N., enlisted February 26, 1864, wounded April 6, 1864, discharged October 6, 1864, wounds.

Goodrich, Ezra, enlisted January 5, 1864, wounded September 19, 1864, at Winchester, Virginia, discharged January 25, 1865, wounds.

Kettell, H. P., enlisted January 4, 1864.

Landahl, Wm., enlisted December 24, 1863.

McLeod, Joshua, enlisted January 19, 1864, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps.

Pierson, C. A., enlisted January 4, 1864, discharged.

Scott, R. G., enlisted January 25, 1864.

Theben, H. C., enlisted February 26, 1864.

Towns, Henry.

Company C.

Captain Silas D. Johnson, commissioned September 18, 1862, killed in battle Champion Hills, Mississippi, May 16, 1863.

Captain Jeremiah C. Gue, commissioned 1st lieutenant September 18, 1862, promoted captain May 17, 1863, killed by a guerrilla at Carrion Crow Bayou, Louisiana, November 2, 1863.

Captain Edwin H. Pound, commissioned 2d lieutenant September 18, 1862, promoted 1st lieutenant May 17, 1863, captain December 20, 1863, wounded at Cedar Creek October 19, 1864, resigned April 16, 1865.

First Lieutenant Anderson J. Scott, enlisted as sergeant August 8, 1862, promoted 2d lieutenant May 17, 1863, 1st lieutenant December 25, 1863.

First Sergeant John Johnson, discharged February 5, 1863, disability.

Sergeant Geo. G. Chandler, enlisted August 2, 1862, promoted to 1st sergeant February, 1863.

Sergeant Andrew Pierce, enlisted as private August 8, 1862, promoted corporal, 1st sergeant then 2d lieutenant June 15, 1864; commission declined, discharged May 2, 1865, wounds received at Cedar Creek.

Sergeant Francis L. Sheldon, enlisted as private August 18, 1862, wounded at Winchester September 19, 1864, commissioned 2d lieutenant January 1, 1865, mustered out as 1st sergeant.

Sergeant David C. Cole, enlisted August 8, 1862, wounded at Winchester September 19, 1863, captured at Cedar Creek, Virginia, October 19, 1864.

Sergeant Jas. S. Carpenter, enlisted August 6, 1862, killed at battle of Champion Hills, May 16, 1863.

Corporal Robt. McCroskey, enlisted August 8, 1862, died St. Louis 1863.

Corporal Jno. T. McCracken, enlisted August 8, 1862.

Corporal Marion McCauley, enlisted August 11, 1862, promoted sergeant January 1, 1864.

Corporal Samuel H. Meyers, enlisted August 8, 1862.

Corporal Thos. L. Chambers, enlisted August 11, 1862, discharged January 28, 1864, disability.

Corporal Anthony Mattauch, enlisted August 8, 1862, as sergeant, killed battle Champion Hills May 16, 1863.

Corporal Robt. Neely, enlisted August 11, 1862, wounded battle Champion Hills May 16, 1863, discharged April 13, 1864, wounds.

Corporal Levi L. Hoag, enlisted August 15, 1862, promoted sergeant July, 1863.

Corporal A. C. Reeder, enlisted August 6, 1862.

Musician Washington Dennis, enlisted August 14, 1862, died at Memphis March 7, 1863.

Musician A. P. Omo, enlisted August 6, 1862.

Wagoner G. Windolf, enlisted August 8, 1862, discharged March 16, 1864.

Wagoner Jacob W. Moore, enlisted August 8, 1862, wounded at Halltown, Virginia, August 20, 1864, discharged March 17, 1865, disability.

Adams, Jas., enlisted August 11, 1862, captured at Winchester, Virginia, September 19, 1864.

Albaugh, Daniel, enlisted August 8, 1862.

Ashton, J., enlisted August 11, 1862, corporal, transferred to invalid corps February 15, 1864.

Baker, James W., enlisted August 8, 1862, transferred to invalid corps August 18, 1863.

Barnicle, James L., enlisted August 11, 1862.

Busier, W., enlisted August 20, 1862, discharged February 14, 1863, disability.

Beese, Carl, enlisted August 8, 1862.

Blackburn, George, enlisted August 8, 1862, wounded Champion Hills May 16, 1863, died May 17, 1863, wounds.

Bartholomew, John, enlisted August 8, 1862, died at Helena, Arkansas, November 17, 1862.

Breyfogle, Solomon, enlisted August 8, 1862, died at Helena, Arkansas, March 7, 1863.

Brannaman, F., enlisted August 8, 1862, discharged August 26, 1864, disability.

Branaman, Warren, enlisted 1864.

Brant, P. J., enlisted August 8, 1862.

Carman, Andrew J., enlisted 1864.

Collumber, John, enlisted August 8, 1862, transferred to invalid corps in 1863.

Coffee, Thos., enlisted August 11, 1862.

Curtis, H. A., enlisted August 11, 1862, promoted corporal 1864.

Coutts, John, enlisted August 12, 1862, promoted corporal 1864.

Downing, H., enlisted August 7, 1862, captured at Cedar Creek, Virginia, October 19, 1864.

Downing, Joseph, enlisted August 7, 1862, discharged at Benton Barracks, Missouri, September 9, 1863, disability.

Downing, John A., enlisted 1864, discharged May 1865, disability.

Drake, Charles, enlisted August 7, 1862, died at Helena, Arkansas, December 27, 1862.

Davis, Wm. H., enlisted August 15, 1862, killed in action at Winchester, Virginia, September 19, 1864.

Frasuer, M., enlisted August 8, 1862, wounded at Port Gibson, May 1, 1863, died at Oakland College May 5, 1863, wounds.

Fawcett, Thomas B., enlisted August 11, 1862, corporal, wounded at Cedar Creek, Virginia, discharged May 31, 1865, wounds.

Gallino, Joseph P., enlisted August 11, 1862, killed in action at Champion Hills, Virginia, May 16, 1863.

Hakeman, George, enlisted August 8, 1862.

Hakeman, Isaac, enlisted August 8, 1862.

Hakeman, James, enlisted August 8, 1862, wounded at Champion Hills, May 16, 1863, died at Memphis June 14, 1863, wounds.

Hoffman, Josiah, enlisted August 8, 1862, promoted sergeant January 1, 1864.

Huber, E. S., enlisted August 8, 1862, wounded at Champion Hill.

Huey, Wm. C., enlisted August 8, 1862, killed in action at Champion Hills, May 16, 1863.

Huey, A. R., enlisted August 8, 1862, killed in action at Champion Hills, May 16, 1863.

Horn, Wm. R., enlisted August 8, 1862, discharged January 16, 1863, disability.

Hill, W. W., enlisted August 21, 1862, captured at Cedar Creek, Virginia, October 10, 1864.

Hunnicott, Wm., enlisted August 20, 1862, captured at Cedar Creek.

Hecathorn, C., enlisted August 15, 1862, died at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri, January 21, 1863.

Howard, Jas., enlisted August 8, 1862, promoted corporal May 3, 1865.

Hardman, M., enlisted August 20, 1862.

Johnston, Samuel, enlisted August 8, 1862, died at Helena, Arkansas, April 11, 1863.

Kimsey, J. B., enlisted August 8, 1862, discharged February 4, 1863, disability.

Kizer, Geo. S., enlisted August 8, 1862, discharged February 7, 1863, disability.

Longley, C. L., enlisted August 6, 1862.

Layport, R., enlisted August 8, 1862, wounded at Winchester, Virginia, September 19, 1864.

Lauffer, Peter, enlisted 1864.

Leslie, James, enlisted 1864.

Mets, Peter, enlisted August 8, 1862, discharged January 27, 1863, disability.

Moon, Richard, enlisted August 15, 1862.

Marlow, E., enlisted August 8, 1862, died at Memphis, November 22, 1862.

McCroskey, Cyrus, enlisted August 15, 1862, died on hospital boat, June 28, 1863.

Miller, Wm. O., enlisted August 9, 1862, wounded at Winchester, Virginia, September 19, 1864, died at Winchester February 13, 1865, wounds.

Murray, Hugh, enlisted August 15, 1862, wounded at Champion Hills May 16, 1863, discharged March 27, 1863, wounds.

Norton, David W., enlisted August 8, 1862, captured at Cedar Creek, Virginia, October 19, 1864.

Nungesser, Frederick, enlisted August 11, 1862, wounded at Champion Hills, May 16, 1863, died Memphis July 11, 1863, wounds.

Pruden, D. W., enlisted August 11, 1862, discharged March 9, 1863, disability.

Peters, Wm. H., enlisted August 8, 1862, wounded at Champion Hills May 16, 1863, died May 26, 1863, wounds.

Perry, Dwight M., enlisted August 8, 1862, died at Muscatine October 17, 1863.

Robedee, W. R., enlisted August 8, 1862.

Raffensperger, Joseph, enlisted August 15, 1862, discharged July 16, 1863, disability.

Richards, Thomas, enlisted August 14, 1862, died at St. Louis September 16, 1863.

Southern, Wm. H., enlisted July 24, 1862, discharged September 26, 1863, disability.

Story, Amos, enlisted August 9, 1862, discharged March 14, 1863, disability.

Simmons, S., enlisted August 8, 1862, promoted corporal June 1, 1865.

Simmons, Stephen, enlisted August 7, 1862, discharged October 20, 1863, disability.

Safley, Robert, enlisted August 8, 1862, died at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana, April 20, 1863.

Sheldon, E. H., enlisted 1864.

Strawhecker, John, enlisted August 8, 1862, died at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri, February 5, 1863.

Tyson, C. W., enlisted August 7, 1862, wounded at Champion's Hill, May 16, 1863.

Trivetts, Daniel, enlisted August 8, 1862, wounded at Winchester, Virginia, September 19, 1864, discharged February 9, 1865, wounds.

Thompson, Jackson, enlisted August 9, 1862, discharged June 1, 1865, disability.

Turner, Joseph, enlisted August 8, 1862, promoted corporal 1864, wounded at Champion's Hill.

Utz, Aprie, enlisted August 14, 1862, transferred to Mississippi Marine Brigade February 19, 1863.

Willey, W., enlisted August 8, 1862, died at St. Louis May 16, 1863.

Willey, W. W., enlisted August 8, 1862.

Wingert, James, enlisted August 8, 1862, discharged December 19, 1864, disability.

Walker, A. B., enlisted August 8, 1862, wounded at Champion Hills, May 16, 1863, discharged December 31, 1863, wounds.

Webster, Byron D., enlisted August 11, 1862, accidentally wounded April 8, 1864, discharged December 16, 1864, wounds.

Wickham, Wm., enlisted August 8, 1862.

Watt, J., enlisted August 11, 1862, died at Muscatine October 7, 1862.

Wiggins, B., enlisted August 15, 1862, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps October 10, 1864.

Zerfing, David, enlisted August 11, 1862, discharged April 18, 1863, disability.

Dairy, John J., enlisted January 4, 1864.

Company D.

Captain Jas. R. Gould, commissioned 1st lieutenant September 18, 1862, promoted captain July 6, 1864, killed in battle Winchester, Virginia, September 19, 1864.

First Sergeant Wm. C. Russell, enlisted August 14, 1862, died August 29, 1863, at Vicksburg.

Sergeant Wm. A. Forrest, enlisted August 13, 1862.

Corporal Wm. C. Lewis, enlisted August 13, 1862.

Corporal Jas. M. Graham, enlisted August 11, 1862.

Burnett, Andrew, enlisted August 11, 1862.

Burnett, Perry, enlisted August 11, 1862, wounded May 16, 1863, at Champion Hills, died June 8, 1863 of wounds.

Castner, Henry, enlisted August 11, 1862.

Chitzum, Jas. W., enlisted August 11, 1862.

Embree, D. A., enlisted August 12, 1862.

Gallon, Jno. F., enlisted August 11, 1862.

Gifford, Geo., enlisted August 19, 1862, died July 21, 1864, at Algiers, Louisiana.

Gifford, Owen, enlisted August 19, 1862, discharged February 20, 1863, disability.

Graham, H. P., enlisted August 11, 1862.

Goodrich, Jas. C., enlisted August 21, 1862.

Hunnicutt, W. L., enlisted August 11, 1862.

Hawkins, Jno. H., enlisted August 18, 1862, wounded May 16, 1863, at Champion Hills, died June 1, 1863.

Hagerman, S., enlisted August 22, 1862.

Hiett, J. E., enlisted August 11, 1862, died January 5, 1863, at St. Louis.

McLaughlin, D., enlisted August 11, 1862, discharged March 4, 1863, disability.

McVay, John, enlisted August 12, 1862, discharged June 22, 1864, disability.

Mercer, Wilson, enlisted August 19, 1862.

Pierce, Wm. L., enlisted August 19, 1862.

Pendergest, Jas., enlisted August 22, 1862.

Pendergest, Thos., enlisted August 12, 1862, wounded May 16, 1863, at Champion Hills and September 19, 1864 at Winchester.

Smith, Irenus, enlisted August 11, 1862, wounded May 16, 1863, at Champion Hills, died June 1, 1863, of wounds.

Scott, Geo. M., enlisted August 13, 1862.

Sawyer, A. J., enlisted August 18, 1862.

Serbe, John, enlisted August 16, 1862, killed May 16, 1863, in action, at Champion Hills.

Whisler, Wm. M., enlisted August 11, 1862, died June 26, 1863, at St. Louis.

Walker, I. P., enlisted August 22, 1862, died July 9, 1863, at St. Louis.

Williams, O. F., enlisted August 12, 1862, discharged April 10, 1863, disability.

Company F.

White, Jas. F., enlisted August 11, 1862.

 

 

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