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The Daily Dispatch: March 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], The intended evacuation of Fort Sumter. (search)
S. W. Crawford, Assistant Surgeon Medical Staff, entered the service March 10, and born in Pennsylvania. A. Doubleday, Captain First Artillery, entered the service July 1, 1842, and born in New York. T. Seymour, Captain First Artillery, entered service July 1, 1846, and born in Virginia. Theo. Talbot, First Lieutenant First Artillery, entered service May 22, 1847, and born in District of Columbia. Jeff. C. Davis, First Lieutenant First Artillery, entered service June 17, 1848, born in Indiana. J. N. Hall, Second Lieutenant First Artillery, entered service July 1, 1859, born in New York. J. G. Foster, Captain Engineers, entered service July 1, 1846, and born in New Hampshire. G. W. Snyder, First Lieutenant Engineers, entered service July 1st, 1856, and born in N. York. R. Kidder Meade, Second Lieutenant Engineers, entered service July 1, 1857, and born in Petersburg, Va. Officers9 Band15 Artillerists52 Total76 Besides Paix
m and dignified, a man of undaunted courage, and, as a true soldier, may be relied on to obey orders, and to do his duty." The Garrison in the Fort. Names.RankRegiment or CorpsOriginal Entry into Service.Where Born R. AndersonMajor1st ArtilleryJuly 1,1825Kentucky S. W. CrawfordA'st. SurgeonMedical StaffMarch 10, 1851Pennsylv'a Abna DoubledayCaptain1st ArtilleryJuly 1,1842New York Truman SeymourCaptain1st ArtilleryJuly 1,1846Vermont Jeff. C. Davis1st Lieutenant1st ArtilleryJune 17, 1848Indiana J. N. Hall2d Lieutenant1st ArtilleryJuly 1, 1859New York J. G. FosterCaptainEngineersJuly 1, 1846New Hamp G. W. Snyder1st LieutenantEngineersJuly 1, 1856New York R. K. Mesde2d LieutenantEngineersJuly 1, 1857Virginia Officers9 Band15 Artillerists55 Total79 Under the most favorable circumstances, this force would only be sufficient to operate nine guns. The coming fleet. The New York papers are speculating on the ability of the fleet which is now approaching Ch