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nway, Died since muster out. Henry C. Hall, Sylvester Horton, Richard Allen, Wounded. Geo. O. Manning. Commissioned, later. Sixth Detachment.—Sergt. O. S. Snell; Gunner, Jas. W. Kenney; Chief of Caisson, Henry Williams. Privates, Daniel Cheney, Killed or died in hospital. Wm. Quinn, Died since muster out. Wm. J. Quinn, Wm. J. Wheeler. Commissioned, later. Received a warrant, later. O. B. Bussey, Died since muster out. Wm. H. White, Received a warrant, later. Daniel Benham, Fred Gunther, Samuel Johnson, Jas. French, Died since muster out. Rufus Starbird, Joseph W. Woodbury, Discharged for disability. Joseph Yates, Discharged for disability. Wm. A. Twiss, Discharged for disability. Wm. Twilight, Discharged for disability. Harry Langley, Discharged for disability. Daniel Macomber, Discharged for disability. Jacob Riedel, Discharged for disability. Died since muster out. Jas. Rogers, Discharged for disability. Marshall P. Goodwin
enth New York Volunteers and had been attached to our command since the departure of their regiment, but also our veterans who had re-enlisted at Brandy Station in the spring. This roll of honor embraced the names of Charles Appleton, Joseph H. Marea, Henry Smitherman, Richard J. Isaacs, Wm. Hanscom, Martin V. Cushing, Nicholas G. Lynch, Joseph Barnes, George Barnard, Alonzo Sackett, Chester Ellis, Jno. H. Burnham, Jno. Carter, David Covell, Matthew Adams, R. P. Charters, Jno. W. Chase, Daniel Benham, Willard Chaffin, Chas. Edwards, T. F. Longley, Henry S. Marsh, Jno. Magee, Wm. F. Ward, Wm. White, Geo. Howes. The first named comrade was killed in the memorable fight of the 19th of October, the second was mortally wounded, and it is said he was borne from the field upon the back of Comrade Lynch, who ministered to him in his last moments. During the next fortnight after the departure of the long train from Harrisonburg, Sheridan, having pursued the remnant of the enemy to Port Re
also see same, pp. 72, 73, for further mention. (three Years.) Name.Age.Term of service. 155James W. Kenney, sergt.25Aug. 28, 1861, to Aug. 29, 1864. 156Daniel Benham, corp.27Aug. 28, 1861; re-enl. Dec. 23, 1863. 157Daniel Benham, corp.29Dec. 24, 1863; tr. 9th bat. Mar. 12, 1865. 158John W. Carroll18Aug. 29.1864; tr. 9th batDaniel Benham, corp.29Dec. 24, 1863; tr. 9th bat. Mar. 12, 1865. 158John W. Carroll18Aug. 29.1864; tr. 9th bat. Mar. 12, 1865. 159Willard Chaffin26Dec. 24, 1863; tr. 9th bat. Mar. 12, 1865. 160Jeremiah Clancy25Aug. 15, 1864; tr. 9th bat. Mar. 12, 1865. 161Chester S. Ellis22Dec. 24, 1863; tr. 9th bat. Mar. 12, 1865. 162John Gardner18Aug. 29, 1864; tr. 9th bat. Mar. 12, 1865. 163John Kelly35Aug. 28 1861; re-enl. Dec. 23, 1863. 164Johry Ford37July 15, 1862; re-enlis. Jan. 6, 1864. Ninth Battery Light Artillery. (three Years.) Name.Age.Term of service. 157 See First Battery.Daniel Benham, corp.29Dec. 24, 1863, to Apr. 26, 1865, super. 168 See First Battery.John W. Carroll18Aug. 29, 1864, to June 6, 1865. 159 See First Battery.Willard Chaff
193 Bartlett, 170, 178, 274 Barton, 129 Batchelder and Batcheller, 58, 154 Bates, 223 Batherick, 19, 63 Bathrick, 11, 12, 37,191-92, 197, 252, 262, 290 Battle, 70, 79 Batts, 192, 206,269 Bayley, 192, 276 Beals, 192, 208 Beard, 9 Belcher, 192, 279, 324 Belknap, 93-6, 112, 116, 127, 131,137, 169, 192-93, 270, 280, 323, 334 Bell, 70, 191, 193 Bellows, 193, 331, 332 Bemis, 32,42,93,97,167-69, 178, 193, 200, 237, 247, 248, 252, 276,292, 298, 310 Benham, 340, 344, 345 Benjamin, 193, 218, 311 Bennem, 157, 340 Bennett, 193, 259 Bent, 193, 226, 266 Bernard, 53, 82, 90 Berry, 191, 193, 348 Billings, 288 Blackington, 18, 58, 61, 94, 95, 128, 193-94, 264, 293, 328 Blackman, 194, 219 Blackstone, 343 Blake, 154, 194, 239, 313, 334 Blanchard, 94, 96, 107, 150, 165, 184, 194, 221, 238,310, 343 Blasius, 153 Blodget and Blodgett, 58, 97, 105, 194, 248, 251, 260, 284, 292, 316 Blood, 223, 236 Bloxham, 359