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Page 7 Chapter THE RICHMOND CAMPAIGN.


Numbers 96.-Lieutenant Co. Casper W. Tyler, One hundred and forty-first Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations August 15-16 and October 1-5 and 27.


Numbers 97.-Captain John Wilson, First U. S. Sharpshooters, of operations August 5-16.


Numbers 98.-Captain Henry C. Garrison, First U. S Sharpshooters, of operations October 1-5.


Numbers 99.-Captain Benjamin M. Peck, One hundred and forty-first Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding First U. S. Sharpshooters, of operations October 27.


Numbers 100.-Byt. Brigadier General Robert McAllister, U. S. Army, commanding Third Brigade, of operations August 13-20 and 25, September 9-10, October 1-5 and 24-28, November 5, and December 7-12.


Numbers 101.-Major Charles C. Rivers, Eleventh Massachusetts Infantry, of operations October 1-5.


Numbers 102.-Captain Thomas C. Godfrey, Fifth New Jersey Infantry, of operations August 13-21.


Numbers 103.-Lieutenant Colonel Francis Price, Seventh New Jersey Infantry, of operations October 1-5.


Numbers 104.-Captain Michael beaten, Eighth New Jersey Infantry, of operations October 1-5.


Numbers 105.-Lieutenant Colonel John Schoonover, Eleventh New Jersey Infantry, of operations October 1-5.


Numbers 106.-Lieutenant Colonel John R. Tappen, One hundred and twentieth New York Infantry, of operations October 1-5.


Numbers 107.-Captain A. Jundson Clark, Battery B, First New Jersey Light Artillery, commanding Artillery Brigade, of operations August 12-26.


Numbers 108.-Major John G. Hazard, First Rhode Island Light Artillery, commanding Artillery Brigade, of operations October 26-28.


Numbers 109.-Captain Edwin B. Dopw, Sixth Maine Battery, of operations August 12-27.


Numbers 110.-Lieutenant Henry H. Granger, Tenth Massachusetts Battery, of operations August 25.


Numbers 111.-Lieutenant Edward S. Smith, Fifteenth New York Battery, commanding Tenth Massachusetts Battery, of operations October 27.


Numbers 112.-Captain Christian Woerner, Third New Jersey Battery, of operations August 12-27.


Numbers 113.-Captain Nelson Ames, Battery G, First New York Light Artillery, of operations August 12-28.


Numbers 114.-Lieutenant Frank Seymour, Battery L, Fourth New York Heavy Artillery, of operations August 12-27.


Numbers 115.-Captain John E. Burton, Eleventh New York Battery, of operations August 12-26.


Numbers 116.-First Lieutenant George K. Dauchy, Twelfth New York Battery, of operations August 12-27.


Numbers 117.-Captain R. Bruce Ricketts, Battery F, First Pennsylvania Light Artillery, of operations August 12-27.


Numbers 118.-Captain T. Fred. Brown, First Rhode Island Light Artillery, commanding Batteries A and B, of operations August 23-25.


Numbers 119.-Lieutenant John W. Roder, Battery K, Fourth U. S. Artillery, of operations August 12-27 and October 26-28.


Numbers 120.-Lieutenant W. Butler Beck, Fifth U. S. Artillery, commanding Batteries C and I, of operations August 12-27 and October 25-27.


Numbers 121.-Major General Governor K. Warren, U. S. Army, commanding Fifth Army Corps, of operations August 18-21 and 31, October 27-28, and December 7-12.


Numbers 122.-Brigadier General Samuel W. Crawford, U. S. Army, commanding Fifth Army Corps, of operations October 8.


Numbers 123.-Surg. T. Rush Spencer, U. S. Army, Medical Director.


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