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Page 8 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LII.


Numbers 179. - Lieutenant John. M. Deane, Twenty-ninth Massachusetts Infantry, of operations June 14-July 25.


Numbers 180. - Lieutenant Colonel Gilbert P. Robinson, Third Maryland Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations July 30.


Numbers 181. - Captain Albert A. Terrill, One hundred and seventy-ninth New York Infantry, of operations June 11-July 30.


Numbers 182. - Captain Benjamin F. Smiley, Second Pennsylvania Provisional Heavy Artillery, commanding Mortar battery, of operations June 26-July 30.


Numbers 183. - Brigadier General Robert B. Potter, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division.


Numbers 184. - Colonel Zenas R. Bliss, Seventh Rhode Island Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations July 30.


Numbers 185. - Captain Thaddeus L. Baker, Thirty-sixth Massachusetts Infantry, of operations July 30.


Numbers 186. - Captain Everett S. Horton, Fifty-eighth Massachusetts Infantry, of operations July 30.


Numbers 187. - Colonel John Fisk, Second New York Mounted Rifles (dismounted), of operations July 30.


Numbers 188. - Major John G. Wright, Fifty-first New York Infantry, of operations July 30.


Numbers 189. - Captain Theodore Gregg, Forty-fifth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations July 30.


Numbers 190. - Lieutenant Colonel Henry Pleasants, Forty-eighth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations June 25-July 30.


Numbers 191. - Major James T. P. Bucklin, Fourth Rhode Island Infantry,of operations July 30.


Numbers 192. - Captain Percy Daniels, Seventh Rhode Island Infantry, of operations June 12-July 30.


Numbers 193. - Brigadier General Simon G. Griffin, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade, of operations July 30.


Numbers 194. - Lieutenant Colonel Charles Cummings, Seventeenth Vermont Infantry, of operations June 12-July 30.


Numbers 195. - Brigadier General Orlando B. Willcox, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division.


Numbers 196. - Brigadier General John F. Hartranft, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of operations June 14-July 30.


Numbers 197. - Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Ely, Eighth Michigan Infantry.


Numbers 198. - Captain Richard Vosper, Twenty-seventh Michigan Infantry.


Numbers 199. - Captain Edwin Evans, One hundred and ninth New York Infantry.


Numbers 200. - Captain Joseph K. Bolton, Fifty-first Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations June 15-July 30.


Numbers 201. - Colonel Samuel Harriman, Thirty-seventh Wisconsin Infantry.


Numbers 202. - Lieutenant Colonel Colwert K. Pier, Thirty-eighth Wisconsin Infantry.


Numbers 203. - Lieutenant Colonel Byron M. Cutcheon, Twentieth Michigan Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operation June 16-July 27.


Numbers 204. - Colonel William Humphrey, Second Michigan Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations July 30.


Numbers 205. - Colonel Charles V. De Land, First Michigan Sharpshooters, of operations July 30.


Numbers 206. - Colonel William Humphrey, Second Michigan Infantry, of operation June 12-19.


Numbers 207. - Lieutenant Colonel Byron M. Cutcheon, Twentieth Michigan Infantry.


Numbers 208. - Captain Alphons Serviere, Forty-sixth New York Infantry.


Numbers 209. - Major Martin P. Avery, Sixtieth Ohio Infantry.


Numbers 210. - Colonel Constant Luce, Seventeenth Michigan Infantry(acting division engineers).


Numbers 211. - Brigadier General Edward Ferrero, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Division.


Page 8 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LII.

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