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Page 7 Chapter LVIII. THE RICHMOND CAMPAIGN.


Numbers 69.-Captain John W. Shafer, Twentieth Indiana Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 70.-Colonel Russell B. Shepherd, First Maine Heavy Artillery, of operations March 25.


Numbers 71.-Lieutenant Colonel Madison M. Cannon, Fortieth New York Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 72.-Captain James McKenna, Seventy-third New York Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 73.-Lieutenant Colonel Nathan H. Vincent, Eighty-sixth New York Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 74.-Lieutenant col. Charles H. Weygant, One hundred and twenty-fourth New York Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 75.-Captain Frederick W. Lewis, Ninety-ninth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 76.-Captain John B. Fite, One hundred and tenth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 77.-Bvt. Brigadier General George W. West, Seventeenth Maine Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations February 5-7.


Numbers 78.-Brigadier General Byron R. Pierce, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade, of operations March 25.


Numbers 79.-Bvt. Brigadier General Robert McAllister, Eleventh New Jersey Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations February 5-6 and March 25.


Numbers 80.-Captain James F. Mansfield, Eleventh Massachusetts Infantry, of operations February 5-7.


Numbers 81.-Lieutenant Colonel Charles C. Rivers, Eleventh Massachusetts Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 82.-Colonel Francis Price, Seventh New Jersey Infantry, of operations February -57 and March 25-26.

Mo. 83.-Major Henry Hartford, Eighth New Jersey Infantry, of operations February 5-7 and March 25-26.


Numbers 84.-Lieutenant Colonel John Schoonover, Eleventh New Jersey Infantry, of operations February 5.


Numbers 85.-Captain Charles F. Gage, Eleventh New Jersey Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 86.-Lieutenant Colonel Abram L. Lockwood, One hundred and twentieth New York Infantry, of operations February 6-7.

Mo. 87.-Major Walter F. Scott, One hundred and twentieth New York Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 88.-Bvt. Lieutenant Colonel John G. Hazard, First Rhode Island Light Artillery, commanding Artillery Brigade, of operations February 5-7 and March 25.


Numbers 89.-Bvt. Captain John W. Roder, Battery K, fourth U. S. Artillery, of operations February 5-11.


Numbers 90.-Lieutenant Edward S. Smith, Fifteenth Battery New York Light Artillery, commanding section Battery K, Fourth U. S. Artillery, of operations February 6-11.


Numbers 91.-Major General Gouverneour K. Warren, U. S. Army, commanding Fifth Army Corps, of operations February 5-7.


Numbers 92.-Surg. T. Rush Spencer, U. S. Army, Medical Director, of operations February 5-April 30.


Numbers 93.-Bvt. Brigadier General Horatio G. Sickel, One hudnred and ninety-eighth Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding First Brigade, First Division, of operations February 5-7.


Numbers 94.-Brigadier General Joshua L. Chamberlain, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of operations March 25.


Numbers 95.-Colonel Allen L. Burr, One hundred and eighty-ninth New York Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations February 5-7.


Numbers 96.-Bvt. Brigadier General Edgar M. Gregory, Ninety-first Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations March 25.


Page 7 Chapter LVIII. THE RICHMOND CAMPAIGN.

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