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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 2 Browse Search
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ut camp near Nashville, out on the Edmonsonton pike. Commissioned officers reported for duty: Colonel Leander Stem; Lieut.-Col. M. T. Wooster; Major J. M. Kirby; Adjt. Leonard P. Smith ; First Surgeon T. M. Cook; Assistant Surgeon Caswell; Second Lieut. Fox, company A; First Lieutenant Beckwith, company B; Captain B. B. McDonald, and Second Lieut. Biddle, company C ; Second Lieut. Latimer, company D ; First Lieut. Parcher and Second Lieut. Lord, company E; First Lieut. Asa B. Hillyer, company e on the railroad, from which position we were marched with the brigade a short distance to the rear, and rested till near three o'clock in the afternoon. At this time there were present Capt. McDonald, Capt. Messer, Capt. Barnes, Adjt. Smith, Lieut. Fox, Lieut. Latimer, Lieutenant Neff, Lieut. Parcher, Lieut. Beckwith, all of whom performed their whole duty nobly during the entire day. We were moved from here to a position in front, west of the railroad, which we occupied till Friday afternoon
Acting Adjutant-Lieut. Chas. R. Carville. Quartermaster — Asher M. Ellsworth. Aid-Nathan S. Putnam. Company A.--Captain, Felix Agnus; First Lieutenant, E. Hampton Mulford; Second Lieutenant, Charles A. Walker. Company B.--Captain, Henry W. Hicks, Jr.; First Lieutenant, Edward G. Hoffman; Second Lieutenant, De Forest H. Thomae. Company C.--Captain Wm. W. Stephenson; First Lieutenant, W. Henry Vance; Second Lieutenant, Gustave F. Linquist. Company D.-Captain, Wm R. French; First Lieutenant, Barry Fox. Company E.--Captain, Henry C. Inwood; First Lieutenant, John P. Morris; Second Lieutenant, E. Bayard Webster. Company F.--Captain, Gould H. Thorpe; First Lieutenant, James B. Vose; Second Lieutenant, Wm. J. Walker. There has been one death by disease, and three men have been accidentally killed since the regiment left New-York, on the eighteenth of December last. Private Spicer J. Ruderow, of company A, died, in January, of typhoid fever. Corporal David Brown, of company D