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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
Philip Henry Sheridan, Personal Memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, General, United States Army . 1 1 Browse Search
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J. H. Stewart, M. D.; Adjutant, William B. Leach; Quartermaster and Commissary, Mark W. Downie; Commissary-Sergeant, Mahoney; Assistant-Surgeon, Charles La Boutiler; Sergeant-Major, E. H. Davis; Colonel's Aid, E. L. Sproat. Company B--Captain, A. C. Bromley; First Lieutenant, Mark W. Downie; Second Lieutenant, Mirror Thomas. Company C--Captain, William H. Acker; First Lieutenant, William B. Farrell; Second Lieutenant, Samuel Ragent. Company D--Captain, H. R. Putnam; First Lieutenant, George H. Woods; Second Lieutenant, De Witt C. Smith. Company I--Captain, John H. Fell; First Lieutenant, Joseph Harley; Second Lieutenant, Charles B. Halsey. Company F-Captain, Colwill; First Lieutenant, E. A. Welsh; Second Lieutenant, Anthony Hoyt. Company K-Captain, Henry C. Lester; First Lieutenant, Holsborn; Second Lieutenant, Joseph Perriam. Company H--Captain, Charles P. Adams; First Lieutenant, O. T. Hays; Second Lieutenant, William B. Leach. Company E--Captain, G. M. Morgan; First Lieutenant,
ns were made on the afternoon of that day for an attack at daylight next morning, (10th.) The command was to move in two columns, composed as follows: The first, under Gen. Lyon, consisted of one battalion regular infantry, under Capt. Plummer, Companies B, C, and D, First Infantry, Capts. Gilbert, Plummer, and Huston, with one company of rifle recruits, under Lieut. Wood; Maj. Osterhaus' battalion Second Missouri Volunteers, two companies; Capt. Totten's light battery, six pieces, and Capt. Woods' mounted company of Second Kansas Volunteers, with Lieut. Caulfield's Company B, First Cavalry, regulars. This constituted the first brigade, under Major Sturgis. The Second brigade, under Lieut.-Col. Andrews, First Missouri Volunteers, was composed of Capt. Steele's battalion of regulars, companies B and E Second Infantry; one company of recruits under Lieut. Lothrop, Fourth Artillery; one company of recruits under Sergeant Morine; Lieut. Dubois' light battery, consisting of four pie