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Numbers 12.-Major Benjamin F. Fisher, Signal Coprs, U. S. Army, Chief

Signal Officer, Army of the Potomac, of operations August 1-October 31.


Numbers 13.-Captain Peter A. Taylor, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, Signal Officer, of operations August 12-25.


Numbers 14.-Brigadier General Henry W. Benham, U. S. Army, commanding Engineer Brigade and Defenses of City Point, of operations August 1-November 19.


Numbers 15.-Lieutenant Colonel James W. Walsh, Third Pennsylvania Cavalry, Provost Guard of operations October 27-28.


Numbers 16.-Captain Henry H. Pierce, First Connecticut Heavy Artillery, of operations October 22.


Numbers 17.-Major General Winfield S. Hancock, U. S. Army, commanding Second Army Corps, of operations August 12-October 28.


Numbers 18.-Brigadier General Francis C. Barlow, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, of operations August 13-17.


Numbers 19.-Brigadier General Nelson A. Miles, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, of operations August 12-26, October 27-30, and December 9-10.


Numbers 20.-Colonel James C. Lynch, One hundred and eighty-third Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations August 22-26.


Numbers 21.-Byt, Brigadier General George N. Macy, Twentieth Massachusetts Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations December 9-10.


Numbers 22.-Major James Fleming, Twenty-eighth Massachusets Infantry, of operations August 13-20.


Numbers 23.-Captain Lucius H. Ives, Twenty-sixth Michigan Infantry, of operations August 13-20.


Numbers 24.-Major James E. Larkin, Fifth New Hampshire Infantry, of operations July 26-30 and August 13-20.


Numbers 25.-Captain Oscar F. Hulser, Second New York Heavy Artillery, of operations August 13-20.


Numbers 26.-Major George Hogg, Second New York Heavy Artillery, of operations August 13 and December 9-10.


Numbers 27.-Captain William Church, Fourth New York Heavy Artillery, of operations August 13-20.


Numbers 28.-Captain John B. Vande Wiele, Fourth New York Heavy Artillery, of operations August 22-26.


Numbers 29.-Major George W. Scott, Sixty-first New York Infantry, of operations August 13-20 and December 9-10.


Numbers 30.-Colonel William Wilson, Eighty-first Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations August 13-20 and December 9-10.


Numbers 31.-Captain William A. F. Stockton, One hundred and fortieth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations December 9.


Numbers 32.-Colonel George T. Egbert, One hundred and eighty-third Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations August 14-20 and December 9-10.


Numbers 33.-Lieutenant Colonel Joseph M. Murphy, Seventh New York Heavy Artillery, Fourth Brigade, of operations August 12-25.


Numbers 34.-Captain Horatio N. Hunt, Sixty-fourth New York Infantry, of operations August 13-20 and 22-26.


Numbers 35.-Captain Albert Gosse, Sixty-sixth New York Infantry, of operations August 13-20.


Numbers 36.-Lieutenant Simon Pincus, Sixty-sixth New York Infantry, of operations August 22-26.


Numbers 37.-Captain Philip H. Schreyer, Fifty-third Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations August 13-20 and 22-26.


Numbers 38.-Captain David W. Megraw, One hundred and sixteenth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations August 13-20.


Numbers 39.-Captain John R. Weltner, One hundred and sixteenth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations August 22-26.


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