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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 19: battle of the forts and capture of New Orleans. (search)
George O. Foote, first-lieutenant St. Mary's cannoniers. Wm. T. Mumford, first-lieutenant Louisiana regiment artillery. Edw. D. Woodlief, second-lieutenant Louisiana regiment artillery. Charles Dermers, second-lieutenant twenty-second Louisiana volunteers. Christian Jacobs, second-lieutenant twenty-second Louisiana volunteers. George Menn, second-lieutenant twenty-second Louisiana volunteers. Thomas J. Royster, second-lieutenant twenty-second Louisiana volunteers. Walter S. Jones, second-lieutenant twenty third Louisiana volunteers. Robert Maurer, second lieutenant twenty-third Louisiana volunteers. Minor T. Gardy, second-lieutenant St. Mary's cannoniers. Official list: Charles N. Morse, Lieutenant and Post-Adjutant. April 28, 1862. The company of St. Mary's cannoniers eighty-eight strong, also came up on the United States gunboat Kennebec. Corporal Murray, of company E, Louisiana regiment artillery. One private from company D, Louisiana r