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Page 90 KY.,SW.VA.,TENN.,MISS.,N.ALA., AND N.GA. Chapter XLII.

Name,rank,and command. Remarks.

Captain Prather, Sixth Colonel Berry,commanding

Indiana............... brigade,says, "He displayed

the highest qualities of an

officer in the night fight of

the 19th.

Captain Hicks, Ninety-sixth

Illinois, Reserve Corps.
Named by Major-General Granger

Captain Urquhart, Ninety-eighth as conspicuous for efficiency

Ohio, Reserve Corps. and deserving especial

mention.

Captain Bishop, Twenty-first Colonel Miller,commanding

Michigan, First Brigade, Third brigade,speaks of him as

Division, Twentieth Army Corps. having particularly

distinguished himself.

Captain

H. G. Cosgrove, Thirteenth Named by Colonel Dick,

Ohio, Second Brigade, Third commanding regiment,as

Division, Twenty-first Army deserving of special notice.

Corps.

Colonel Post,commanding

Captain Robert Hale, Seventy- brigade,says he twice

fifth Illinois, First succeeded in commanding with

Brigade, First the division commander when

Division, Twentieth Army Corps. none of the cavalry were able

to do so.

Especially mentioned by

Captain E. P. Edsall, Thirtieth Colonel Dodge,commanding

Indiana, Second Brigade, Second brigade, for good conduct.

Division, Twentieth Army Corps.

Major Gray,commanding

Captain Strong, Forty-ninth regiment, says, "He

Ohio, First Brigade, Second distinguished himself for

Division, Twentieth Army Corps. gallantry and capacity to

command."

Commended by Colonel Berry,

Captain John M. Huston, Fifth commanding brigade,as

Kentucky, Third Brigade, Second conspicuous for good conduct,

Division, Twentieth Army Corps. and also by Brigadier-General

Johnson.

Captain G. W. Smith, Eighteenth

Infantry, Third Brigade, First

Division, Fourteenth Army

Corps.

Captain Henry Commended for good conduct by

Haymond, Eighteenth Brigadier-General King.

Infantry, Third Brigade, First

Division, Fourteenth Army
Corps. Capt. A. B. Dod, Fifteenth Infantry, Third Brigade, FirstDivision, Fourteenth ArmyCorps.

Name,rank,and command. Remarks.

Captain Mauff, Twenty-fourth

Illinois, Second Brigade, First

Division, Fourteenth Army

Corps.
Commended for good conduct by

Captain Walker, Twenty-fist Brigadier-General

Wisconsin, Second Brigade, First Starkweather.

Division, Fourteenth Army

Corps.

Colonel Stanley,commanding

Captain Kendrick, Seventy-ninth brigade,says, "For his

Pennsylvania Second Brigade, courage, unflinching bravery,

Second Division, Fourteenth and thorough acquaintance with

Army Corps. all his duties, he deserves

that promotion which has too

long been withheld."

Specially mentioned by Colonel

Captain Cullen Bradley, Third Harker,commanding brigade,who

Brigade, First Division, says, "This experienced

Twenty-first Army Corps. soldier has served his country

most faithfully for seventeen

years. He greatly distinguished

himself in the battle of

Stone's River and maneuvered

his own battery with matchless

skill in the late battle on

the Chickamauga,saving his

guns and nearly all his

caissons when deserted by the

infantry,and when almost any

other officer would have lost

his entire battery" and

recommends that he be rewarded

with a commission in the

Regular U. S. Artillery. Major-

General Crittenden also speaks

of him as having "acted with

great energy and effect in

repelling the advance of the

enemy on Saturday."

Is commended by Brigadier-

Captain Leonard D. Smith, One General Carlin as conspicuous

hundred and first Ohio, Second for bravery and efficiency.

Brigade, First Division,

Twentieth Army Corps. Brigadier-General Johnson

commends him highly for his

Captain Peter Simonson,chief skill and bravery.

of artillery, Second Division,

Twentieth Army Corps. Brigadier-General Turchin

says, "Conducting his regiment

Captain Heltemes, Eighteenth in the last charge,

Kentucky, Third Brigade, Fourth distinguished himself by

Division, Fourteenth Army taking two guns.

Corps.

Namer,rank, and command. Remarks.

Captain W. E. Standart,chief of Major-General Palmer speaks in

artillery, Second Division, terms of praise of his skill

Twenty-first Army Corps. and behavior.

Captain J. W. Church, Fourth Brigadier-General Brannan and

Michigan Battery, Third also Brigadier-General Turchin

Division, Fourteenth Army highly commend him for

Corps. skillful conduct.

Captain Swallow, Seventh "Is deserving of particular

Indiana Battery, Third notice for good conduct," says

Division, Twenty-first Army Brigadier-General Van Cleve.

Corps.

Commended by Brigadier-General

Captain Aleshire, Eighteenth Whitaker for great gallantry

Ohio Battery, First Brigade, and courage.

First Division Reserve Corps.

Colonel Harker,commanding

Captain Thomas Powell, Sixty- brigade,says, "The country is

fifth Ohio, Third Brigade, First indebted to him for gallant

Division, Twenty-first Army and distinguished services."

Corps. Mentioned for good conduct by

Colonel Post,commanding

Captain Gardner, Fifth brigade.

Wisconsin Battery, First

Brigade, First Division, Commended highly by Brigadier-

Twentieth Army Corps. General Willich.

Captain W. F. Goodspeed, Battery

A, First Ohio Light Artillery,

Second Division, Twentieth Army

Corps.


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