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Page 6 Chapter LIV. OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C.


Numbers 67.-Brigadier General Thomas A. Smyth, U. S. Army, commanding Third Brigade, of operations August 23-25 and October 25-28.


Numbers 68.-Lieutenant Colonel Samuel A. Moore, Fourteenth Connecticut Infantry, of operations August 15, 16 and 25, and October 27.


Numbers 69.-Captain John t. Dent, First Delaware Infantry, of operations October 26-28.


Numbers 70.-Captain Henry F. Chew, Twelfth New Jersey Infantry, of operations August 23-26 and October 27-28.


Numbers 71.-Lieutenant Colonel George F. Hopper, Tenth New York Infantry, of operations October 27.


Numbers 72.-Lieutenant andrew Boyd, One hundred and eighth New York Infantry, of operations October 26-28.


Numbers 73.-Major Patrick S. Tinen, Sixty-ninth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations October 27-28.


Numbers 74.-Captain Charles McAnally, sixty-ninth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations October 27-28.


Numbers 75.-Lieutenant John H. Gallager, One hundred and sixth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations October 26-28.


Numbers 76.-Captain John Fordyce, Seventh West Virginia Infantry, of operations October 27-28.


Numbers 77.-Bvt. Major General Gershom Mott, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division, of operations August 12-19, September 10, October 1-5 and 24-28, and December 6-12.


Numbers 78.-Lieutenant Charles F. Moore, Eighth New Jersey Infantry, Aide-de-Camp, of operations December 7-12.


Numbers 79.-Captain Edwin B. Houghton, Seventeenth Maine Infantry, Acting Division Inspector, of operations December 7-12.


Numbers 80.-Chaplain Lorenzo Barber, Second U. S. Sharpshooters, of operations December 7-12.


Numbers 81.-Brigadier General P. Regis de Trobriand, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of operations August 12-20, October 26-28, and December 7-12.


Numbers 82.-Colonel John Pulford, Fifth Michigan Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations August 14-17.


Numbers 83.-Brigadier General byron R. Pierce, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade, of operations October 1-5 and 27, and December 7- 12.


Numbers 84.-Major Nathaniel Shatswell, First Massachusetts Heavy artillery,of operations August 15-16, September 30-October 5, and October 27.


Numbers 85.-Major Daniel S. Root, Fifth Michigan Infantry, of operations August 15-16.


Numbers 86.-Colonel John Pulford, Fifth Michigan Infantry, of operations October 27.


Numbers 87.-Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin C. Butler, Ninety-third New York Infantry, of operations August 15-16 and October 27.


Numbers 88.-Captain Alanson H. Nelson, Fifty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations August 15-17.


Numbers 89.-Lieutenant Colonel William B. Neeper, Fifty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations October 1-5.


Numbers 90.-Captain Lorenzo D. Bumpus, Fifty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations 27.


Numbers 91.-Lieutenant Colonel George Zinn, Eighty-fourth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations August 15-16.


Numbers 92.-Captain John R. Ross, Eighty-fourth Pennsylvania Infantyr, of operations October 27.


Numbers 93.-Captain Charles E. Patton, One hundred and fifth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations August 15-17.


Numbers 94.-Captain John C. Conser, One hundred and fifth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations October 1-5.


Numbers 95.-Captain James Miller, One hundred and fifth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations October 26-28.


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