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Page 8 N. AND SE. VA., N. C., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter LVIII.


Numbers 97.-Bvt. Brigadier General Alfred L. Pearson, One hundred and fifty-fifth Pennsylvania Infantry, commanidng Third Brigade, of operations February 5-7.


Numbers 98.-Captain George R. Abbott, First Battalion Maine Sharpshooters, of operations March 25.


Numbers 99.-Lieutenant Colonel Walter G. Morrill, Twentieth Maine Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 100.-Lieutenant Colonel James A. Cunningham, Thirty-second Massachusetts Infantry, of operations March 25.

Mo. 101.-Major William O. Colt, Eighty-third Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Sixteenth Michigan Infantry, of operations March 25.

Mo. 102.-Lieutenant Colonel Chauncey P. Rogers, Eighty-third Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 103.-Lieutenant Colonel Eli G. Sellers, Ninety-first Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 104.-Bvt. Lieutenant Colonel Henry O'Neill, One hundred and eighteenth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations February 5-7 and March 25.


Numbers 105.-Bvt. Major General Romeyn B. Ayres, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division, of operations February 507.


Numbers 106.-Bvt. Brigadier General Frederick Winthrop, Fifth New York Veteran Infantry, commanidng First Brigade, of operations February 5-7.


Numbers 107.-Colonel Richard N. Bowerman, Fourth Maryland Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations February 5-7.


Numbers 108.-Bvt. Brigadier General James Gwyn, One hundred and eighteenth Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations February 5-7.


Numbers 109.-Bvt. Brigadier General Henry A. Morrow, Twnety-fourth Michigan Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations February 6-9.


Numbers 110.-Colonel Thomas F. McCoy, One hundred and seventh Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations February 6-9.


Numbers 111.-Captain Aaron Bright, jr., Eighty-eighth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations February 5-10.


Numbers 112.-Colonel Thomas F. McCoy, One hundred and seventh Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations February 5-6.


Numbers 113.-Major Henry J. Sheafer, One hundred and seventh Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations February 6-9.


Numbers 114.-Lieutenant Colonel Horatio N. Warren, One hudnred and forty-second Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations February 5-10.


Numbers 115.-Bvt. Lieutenant Colonel Robert H. Fitzhugh, First New York Light Artillery, commanidng Artillery Brigade, of operations February 5-7.


Numbers 116.-Bvt. Major General Frank Wheaton, U. S. Army, commanding First division, Sixth Army Corps, of operations February 5-8.


Numbers 117.-Bvt. Brigadier General Joseph E. Hamblin, Sixty-fifth New York Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations March 25.


Numbers 118.-Colonel Oliver Edwards, Thirty-seventh Massachusetts Infantry, commanding Third Brigde, of operations March 25.


Numbers 119.-Colonel James M. Warner, First Vermont Heavy Artillery, commanding First Brigade, Second Division, of operations March 25.


Numbers 120.-Lieutenant Colonel John G. Parr, One hundred and thirty-ninth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 121.-Lieutenant Colonel Amasa S. Tracy, Second Vermont Infantry, Second Brigade, of operations March 25.


Numbers 122.-Lieutenant Colonel Horace W. Floyd, Third Vermont Infantry, commanding Third and Fourth Vermont Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 123.-Lieutenant Colonel Ronald A. Kennedy, Fifth Vermont Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 124.-Lieutenant Colonel Sumner H. Lincoln, Sixth Vermont Infantry, of operations March 25.


Page 8 N. AND SE. VA., N. C., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter LVIII.

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