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Page 4 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LII.


Numbers 38. - Captain Alexander Watts, Sixty-third New York Infantry.


Numbers 39. - Captain Robert H. Milliken, Sixty-ninth New York Infantry.


Numbers 40. - Major Richard Moroney, Sixty-ninth New York Infantry.


Numbers 41. - Lieutenant Colonel Denis F. Burke, Eighty-ninth New York Infantry.


Numbers 42. - Captain Marcus W. Murdock, One hundred and eleventh New York Infantry, including operations June 13-August 25.


Numbers 43. - Captain Nelson Penfield, One hundred and twenty-fifth New York Infantry.


Numbers 44. - Captain John B. Geddis, One hundred and twenty-sixth New York Infantry.


Numbers 45. - Lieutenant Colonel William Glenny, Sixty-fourth New York Infantry, commanding Fourth Brigade.


Numbers 46. - Captain Horatio N. Hunt, Sixty-fourth New York Infantry, of operations July 26-30.


Numbers 47. - Lieutenant Colonel William Glenny, Sixty-fourth New York Infantry.


Numbers 48. - Lieutenant Simon Pincus, Sixty-sixth New York Infantry.


Numbers 49. - Captain Albert Gosse, Sixty-sixth New York Infantry, of operations July 26-30.


Numbers 50. - Captain Philip H. Schreyer, Fifty-third Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations July 26-30.


Numbers 51. - Captain Philip H. Schreyer, Fifty-third Pennsylvania Infantry.


Numbers 52. - Captain David W. Megraw, One hundred and sixteenth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations July 26-30.


Numbers 53. - Captain Garrett Nowlan, One hundred and sixteenth Pennsylvania Infantry.


Numbers 54. - Captain James H. Hamlin, One hundred and forty-fifth Pennsylvania Infantry.


Numbers 55. - Captain James F. Weaver, One hundred and forty-eighth Pennsylvania Infantry.


Numbers 56. - Captain Alfred A. Rhinehart, One hundred and forty-eighth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations July 26-30.


Numbers 57. - Major Edward A. Springsteed, Seventh New York Heavy Artillery.


Numbers 58. - Lieutenant Colonel Joseph M. Murphy, Seventh New York Heavy Artillery, of operations July 26-30.


Numbers 59. - Major General John Gibbon, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division.


Numbers 60. - Brigadier General Byron R. Pierce, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of operations June 22.


Numbers 61. - Captain Joseph W. Spaulding, Nineteenth Maine Infantry.


Numbers 62. - Captain James C. Farwell, First Minnesota Infantry.


Numbers 63. - Major Timothy O'Brien, One hundred and fifty-second New York Infantry.


Numbers 64. - Colonel John Ramsey, Eighth New Jersey Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations June 12-16.


Numbers 65. - Colonel James P. Mc Ivor, One hundred and seventieth New York Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations June 16-July 14.


Numbers 66. - Colonel Mathew Murphy, One hundred and eighty-second New York Infantry (Sixty-ninth New York National Guard Artillery), commanding Second Brigade, of operations July 14-30.


Numbers 67. - Major John Byrne, One hundred and fifty-fifth New York Infantry.


Numbers 68. - Major John Beattie, One hundred and sixty-fourth New York Infantry.


Numbers 69. - Colonel James P. McIvor, One hundred and seventieth New York Infantry.


Numbers 70. - Captain John Coonan, One hundred and eighty-second New York Infantry (Sixty-ninth New York National Guard Artillery).


Numbers 71. - Major Erastus M. Spaulding, Eighth New York Heavy Artillery, of operations June 12-July 29.


Numbers 72. - Colonel Thomas A. Smyth, First Delaware Infantry, commanding Third Brigade.


Numbers 73. - Colonel Theodore G. Ellis, Fourteenth Connecticut Infantry.


Numbers 74. - Captain John C. Broatch, Fourteenth Connecticut Infantry.


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