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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 30: (search)
abbitt and E. H. Austin; Acting-Gunner, Reuben Applegate; Acting-Carpenter, J. A. Stewart. Iron-clad steamer Lafayette (4th rate). *Captain, Henry Walke; Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant, James Laning; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, Collins D. White; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, James P. Kelly; Acting-Ensigns, J. L. Moran, Elias Smith and W. C. Bennet; Acting-Master's Mates, H. G. Warren, C. H Slocum, H. C. Marsh, S. O. Lovell, S. R. Winram, W. P. Higbee, Thomas Twitchell and Paul Morgan; Engineers, Robert Tate, A. M. Rowe, E. B. Hill and J. W. Paull; Acting-Gunner, G. W. Price; Acting-Carpenter, C. M. Underwood. Iron-clad steamer Carondelet (4th rate). *Lieutenant, J. McLeod Murphy; Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant, E. E. Brennard; Assistant Surgeon, D. R. Brannan; Acting-Assistant Surgeon. S. B. Harriman; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, F. M. Hawley; Acting Ensigns, W. E. H. Fentress, O. Donaldson, J. C. Gipson, M. F. Benjamin and R. P. Petty; Acting-Master's Mates, J. Bath, and C. W. Miller
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 42: Red River expedition.--continued. (search)
ing-Third-Assistants, W. T. Baxter and J. F. Liddell: Acting-Gunner, J. F. Riblet; Acting-Carpenter, James Rouse. Iron-clad steamer Lafayette. Lieutenant-Commander, James P. Foster; Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant, Edward Morgan; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, D. H. Hayden; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, J. P. Kelly; Acting-Ensigns, J. L. Bryant, F. G. Sampson and J. L. Moran; Acting-Master's Mates, Paul Morgan, W. P. Higbee, S. O. Lovell, S. R. Winram and C. H. Slocum; Engineers: Acting-Chief, Robert Tate; Acting-First-Assistant, James Wilkins; Acting-Second-Assistant. J. W. Paull; Acting-Third-Assistants, E. B. Hill and Max Pratt; Acting-Gunner, George Price; Acting-Carpenter, J. W. Lister. Iron-clad steamer Benton. Lieutenant-Commander, James A. Greer; Assistant Surgeon, N. L. Bates; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, C. G. Lowndes; Acting-Masters, E. C. Breman, J. F. Reed and N. B. Willetts; Acting-Ensigns, Wm. J. Lees, H. S. O'Grady and P. H. Randolph; Acting-Master's Mates, Wm. Kisner
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 55: operations of the Mississippi Squadron in the latter part of 1864 and in 1865. (search)
and J. Blake; Acting-Second-Assistants, J. F. Stone and H. G. Moreland; Acting-Third Assistant, S. C. Babbitt; Acting-Carpenter, John A. Stuart. Lafayette--Fourth-rate. Lieutenant-Commander, James P Foster; Acting-Masters, J. R. Neeld, F. G. Sampson and J. H. Welsh; Acting-Ensigns, Paul Morgan and C. H. Slocum; Acting-Master's Mates, S. O. Lovell, Wm. E. Atkins and Edw. C. Eraley; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, D. Hayden; Acting-Assistant-Paymaster, J. P. Kelly; Engineers: Acting-Chief, Robert Tate; Acting-Second-Assistants, James Wilkins, J. W. Paul and E. H. Kidd; Acting-Third-Assistant, A. A Johnson; Acting-Gunner, Geo. Price; Acting-Carpenter, J. W. Lister. Black Hawk--Third-rate. Lieutenant-Commander, James A. Greer; Acting Masters, Edw. Alford and Henry Baker; Acting Ensigns, C. A. Calvert, R. T. Howell, J. A. Jones, J. C. Barr and J. B. Pratt; Acting-Master's Mates, B. R. Baker, A. S. Ludlow, D. A. Boies, A. H. Ahrens and Jay Nyman; Passed-Assistant-Surgeon, Michael Bra
aptain Park: Killed—Corp. Isaac Patterson. Wounded—William Young and C. A. Crawford. Company I, Captain Withers: Killed—Corp. Peyton T. Deming and W. L. Haines. Dockery's regiment. Lieutenant-Colonel Neal was wounded. Captain Whallin's company: Wounded—W. J. Johnson. Captain Dismukes' company: Wounded—James Key. Captain Lawrence's company: Killed—Gilmer Faulkner and H. A. McCullough. Wounded—John Dawphot and R. D. Saddler. Captain Dowd's company: Wounded—P. T. Cockner, J. C. Ray, Robert Tate, Joseph Goodney and Samuel Goodney. Captain Titsworth's company: Killed —Richard Fort. Wounded—Alexander Hagler and James Hart. Gratiot's regiment. Killed—Montcalm Simms. Wounded—Elias B. Moore (now secretary of state), commissary, and Major Ward. Company A, Captain Hart: Killed, 3—M. L. Laughton, W. H. Wilson and Parker. Wounded, 12—Thomas H. Simms (now revenue collector), Wm. H. Worham, Homer Cross, Wiley Stenson, S. C. Allen, A. L. Warner, G. D. Britt,
he river, and joined Steele, April 9th, at the crossing of the Little Missouri. Thayer, with his force of a little over 5,000, composed of negro regiments and mountain Federals, with his immense train of broken-down teams, some stuck in the mire, others upset, might have been destroyed as he emerged from the mountains of Caddo creek if the Confederates had attacked him in force; but Marmaduke was devoting his exclusive attention to Steele's column. On March 22d Cabell's brigade marched to Tate's bluff, at the meeting of the Little Missouri and Ouachita rivers, to which place General Marmaduke marched with Greene's brigade and a section of Blocher's battery, under Lieutenant Zimmerman. Cabell and Greene were ordered to operate against the enemy's front, while Shelby marched directly in his rear. Harassed by detachments of cavalry sent against him by Marmaduke, Dockery's brigade was ordered to act with Marmaduke. Unfortunately, before General Dockery could execute this order, h