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Page 5 Chapter LVI. THE SAVANNAH CAMPAIGN.


Numbers 93. -Lieutenant Colonel John B. Le Sage, One hundred and first Illinois Infantry, of operations September 2-December 23.


Numbers 94. -Lieutenant Colonel Hezekiah Watkins, One hundred and forty-third New York Infantry.


Numbers 95. - Captain John Garrett, Sixty-first Ohio Infantry, of operations September 4-December 22.


Numbers 96. -Lieutenant Colonel David Thomson, Eighty-second Ohio Infantry.


Numbers 97. -Colonel Francis H. West, Thirty-first Wisconsin Infantry.


Numbers 98. -Brigadier General John W. Geary, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division.


Numbers 99. -Colonel Ario Pardee, Jr., One hundred and forty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding First Brigade.


Numbers 100. -Lieutenant Colonel Robert Kirkup, Fifth Ohio Infantry.


Numbers 101. -Major Myron T. Wright, Twenty-ninth Ohio Infantry, of operations November 15-December 19.


Numbers 102. -Captain Jonas Schoonover, Twenty-ninth Ohio Infantry, of operations December 20-24.


Numbers 103. -Lieutenant Colonel Eugene Powell, Sixty-sixth Ohio Infantry, of operations September 4-December 21.


Numbers 104. -Colonel John Flynn, Twenty-eighth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations September 2-December 21.


Numbers 105. -Lieutenant Colonel John Craig, One hundred and forty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations September 2-December 21.


Numbers 106. -Colonel Patrick H. Jones, One hundred and fifty-fourth New York Infantry commanding Second Brigade, of operations September 18-December 21.


No. 107. -Colonel George W. Mindil, Thirty-third New Jersey Infantry, of operations September 2-December 21.


Numbers 108. -Colonel John T. Lockman, One hundred and nineteenth New York Infantry, of operations September 1-December 21.


Numbers 109. -Major William H. Hoyt, One hundred and thirty-fourth New York Infantry, of operations September 1-December 21.


Numbers 110. -Major Lewis D. Warner, One hundred and fifty-fourth New York Infantry.


Numbers 111. -Lieutenant Colonel Charles C. Cresson, Seventy-third Pennsylvania Infantry.


Numbers 112. -Captain Walter G. Dunn, One hundred and ninth Pennsylvania Infantry.


Numbers 113. -Colonel Henry A. Barnum, One hundred and forty-ninth New York Infantry, commanding Third Brigade.


Numbers 114. -Major Thomas Elliott, Sixtieth New York Infantry.


Numbers 115. -Lieutenant Colonel Harvey S. Chatfield, One hundred and second New York Infantry.


Numbers 116. -Lieutenant Colonel Koert S. Van Voorhis, One hundred and thirty-seventh New York Infantry.


Numbers 117. -Major Nicholas Grumbach, One hundred and forty-ninth New York Infantry.


Numbers 118. -Lieutenant Colonel Samuel M. Zulich, Twenty-ninth Pennsylvania Infantry.


Numbers 119. -Lieutenant Colonel Thomas M. Walker, One hundred and eleventh Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations September 3-December 21.


Numbers 120. -Brigadier General William T. Ward, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division.


Numbers 121. -Colonel Franklin C. Smith, One hundred and second Illinois Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations September 23-December 21.


Numbers 122. -Major Hiland H. Clay, One hundred and second Illinois Infantry.


Numbers 123. -Major Henry D. Brown, One hundred and fifth Illinois Infantry.


Numbers 124. -Colonel Henry Case, One hundred and twenty-ninth Illinois Infantry.


Numbers 125. -Lieutenant Colonel Samuel Merrill, Seventieth Indiana Infantry.


Numbers 126. -Colonel Daniel Dustin, One hundred and fifth Illinois Infantry, commanding Second Brigade.


No. 127. -Lieutenant Colonel James E. Burton, Thirty-third Indiana Infantry.


Numbers 128. -Lieutenant Colonel Alexander B. Crane, Eighty-fifth Indiana Infantry.


Page 5 Chapter LVI. THE SAVANNAH CAMPAIGN.

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