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Page 10 N. AND SE. VA., N. C., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter LVIII.


Numbers 155.-Colonel Charles W. Diven, Two hundredth Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations March 25.


Numbers 156.-Lieutenant Colonel William H. H. McCall, Two hundredth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 157.-Lieutenant Colonel Mish T. Heintzelman, Two hundred and eighth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 158.-Lieutenant Colonel George W. Frederick, Two hundred and ninth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations March 25.


Numbers 159.-Colonel Joseph A. Mathews, Two hundred and fifth Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations March 25.


Numbers 160.-Bvt. Brigadier General John C. Tidball, Fourth New York Heavy Artillery, commanding Artillery Brigade, of operations March 25.


Numbers 161.-Major Theodore Miller, First Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Inspector of Artillery, of operations March 25.


Numbers 162.-Captain Adelbert B. Twitchell, Seventh Battery Maine Light Artillery, of operations march 25.


Numbers 163.-Captain Edward J. Jones, Eleventh Battery Massachusetts Light Artillery, of operations March 25.


Numbers 164.-Captain Edward W. Rogers, Nineteenth Battery New York Light Artillery, of operations March 25.


Numbers 165.-Captain John B. Eaton, Twenty-seventh Battery New York Light Artillery, of operations March 25.


Numbers 166.-Bvt. Major Jacob Roemer, Thirty-fourth Battery New York Light Artillery, of operations March 25.


Numbers 167.-Captain John R. Cooper, Eighth New York Heavy Artillery, commanding Battery Numbers 15, of operations March 25.


Numbers 168.-Captain Samuel H. Rhodas, Battery D, Pennsylvania Light Artillery, of operations March 25.


Numbers 169.-Bvt. Brigadier General J. Irvin Gregg, Sixteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry, commanding Second Cavalry Division, of operations February 5-7.


Numbers 170.-Colonel Michael Kerwin, Thirteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry, of operations February 5-7.


Numbers 171.-Colonel Samuel B. M. Young, Fourth Pennsylvania Cavalry, of operations February 5-7.


Numbers 172.-Lieutenant Colonel William A. Corrie, Eighth Pennsylvania Cavalry, of operations February 5-7.


Numbers 173.-Lieutenant Colonel John K. Robison, Sixteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry, of operations February 5-7.


Numbers 174.-Colonel Oliver B. Knowles, Twenty-first Pennsylvania Cavalry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations February 5-7.


Numbers 175.-Colonel Andrew W. Evans, First Maryland Cavalry, commanding Third Brigade, Cavalry Division, Army of the James, of operations January 30.


Numbers 176.-Bvt. Major Peter S. Michie, U. S. Army, Chief Engineer, Department of Virginia, of operations January 1-31.


Numbers 177.-Lieutenant William R. King, Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, Acting Chief Engineer, of operations January 1-31.


Numbers 178.-Medals of Honor awarded for distinguished services under Resolution of Congress, Numbers 43, approved July 12, 1862, and section 6 of Act of Congress approved march 3, 1863.


Numbers 179.-General Robert E. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding Army of Northern Virginia, of operations February 5-8 and March 25.


Numbers 180.-Abstract from returns of the Army of Northern Virginia.


Numbers 181.-Major General John B. Gordon, C. S. Army, commanding Second Army Corps, of operations February 6 and March 25.


Numbers 182.-Colonel William R. Peck, Louisiana Brigade, of operations February 5-7.


Page 10 N. AND SE. VA., N. C., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter LVIII.

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