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


Numbers 124.-Asst. Surg. Charles K. Winne, U. S. Army, Medical Inspector, of operations December 7-12.


Numbers 125.-Captain William F. Drum, Second U. S. Infantry, Chief Ambulande Officer, of operations August 18-21.


Numbers 126.-Lieutenant George W. Dresser, Fourth U. S. Artillery, Inspector of Artillery, of operations October 27.


Numbers 127.-Brigadier General Charles Griffin, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, of operations August 18-21, October 27-28, and December 7-12.


Numbers 128.-Lieutenant Colonel William A. Throop, First Michigan Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations August 17-27.


Numbers 129.-Colonel Horatio G. Sickel, One hundred and ninety-eight Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations September 30 and October 27.


Numbers 130.-Captain Nathaniel Lang, One hundred and twenty-first Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations August 18.


Numbers 131.-Lieutenant Colonel Horatio N. Warren, One hundred and forty- second Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations August 18-27.


Numbers 132.-Captain Chester K. Hughes, One hundred and forty-third Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations August 18-28.


Numbers 133.-Lieutenant Colonel John Irvin, One hundred and forty-ninth Pennsylvania Infantry,of operations August 18-21.


Numbers 134.-Major George W. Jones, One hundred and fiftieth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations August 18-21.


Numbers 135.-Captain Joseph A. Ege, One hundred and eighty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations August 18-27.


Numbers 136.-Colonel Edgar M. Gregory, Ninety-first Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations August 18-30.


Numbers 137.-Colonel James Gwyn, One hundred and eighteenth pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations August 18-29.


Numbers 138.-Captain Joseph F. Land, Twentieth Maine Infantry, of operations August 18-28.


Numbers 139.-Captain Luther S. Bent. Eighteenth Massachusetts Infantry, of operations August 18-27.


Numbers 140.-Major George C. Hopper, First Michigan Infantry, of operations August 18-28.


Numbers 141.-Colonel Norval E. Welch, Sixteenth Michigan Infantry, of operations August 18-28.


Numbers 142.-Lieutenant Colonel Freeman Conner, Forty-fourth New York Infantry, of operations August 18-27.


Numbers 143.-Lieutenant Colonel De Witt C. McCoy, Eighty-third Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations August 18-27.


Numbers 144.-But. Major General Romeyn B. Ayres, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division, of operations August 18-21 and December 7-12.


Numbers 145.-Brigadier General Joseph Hayes, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of operations August 18-19.


Numbers 146.-But. Brigadier General Frederick Winthrop, Fifth New York Veteran Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations August 8-21, October 8, and December 7-12.


Numbers 147.-Major James Grindlay, One hundred and forty-sixth New York Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations September 30-October 3.


Numbers 148.-Major James Grindlay, One hundred and forty-sixth New York Infantry, of operations December 7-12.


Numbers 149.-Lieutenant J. Chester White, Tenth U. S. Infantry, commanding Fourteenth U. S. Infantry, of operations August 19.


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