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d chiefs of caissons, were appointed on our arrival at Camp Barry. They were as follows: Lewis R. Allard, James S. Bailey, Jr., William B. Lemon, William H. Starkweather, Tobias Beck, George A. Pease. The duties of the first sergeant were mainly executive, consisting in taking charge of all general or special roll-cale, by request of Captain * * Nov. 29. Prince sick in quarters. Nov. 30. Prince returned to duty. Dec. 1. Sergt. Woodfin sent to Post Hospital. Corp'l Starkweather sick in quarters. J. J. Woodard deserted Nov. 7, 1862. Dec. 2. Three wagoners, Chas. E. Bruce, Alvin Abbott and F. A. Chase detailed on extra duty. Dec. 3. Corp'l Starkweather returned to duty. Dec. 4. One horse died of inflammation of the bowels. Dec. 6. Ward, Putnam and Woodfin returned to duty. Dec. 7. John W. French, Alvin B. Fisher, Chas. E. Bruce, Alvin Abbott, F. A. Chase and Charles Slack detailed on extra duty as per Special Order No. 17, Headquarters Camp Bar
quarters. June 19. Millett reported for duty. June 20. Privates John Knowland, John Millett, Frank A. Chase, John W. Bailey reported to quarters. June 21. Privates Knowland, Millett, Chase and Bailey reported for duty. Corp'l William H. Starkweather and Private Asa Richardson reported to quarters. June 22. Private Waldo Pierce reported to quarters. Corp'l Starkweather reported for duty. June 23. Private Waldo Pierce reported for duty. June 24. Started for Maryland Heights. Bailey reported to quarters. June 21. Privates Knowland, Millett, Chase and Bailey reported for duty. Corp'l William H. Starkweather and Private Asa Richardson reported to quarters. June 22. Private Waldo Pierce reported to quarters. Corp'l Starkweather reported for duty. June 23. Private Waldo Pierce reported for duty. June 24. Started for Maryland Heights with Battery at 5 o'clock P. M. Camp equipage ordered to (be)? abandoned by order of Col. A. B. Jewett, comanding Brigade.
tterfield and F. A. Chase reported to quarters. Oct. 9. Privates Franklin Ward, S. Augustus Alden, Geo. W. Parks, Benj. E. Corlew and Corp'l Andrew B. Shattuck have been dropped from the rolls, having been absent some time and their return extremely doubtful. Private Richard Horrigan sent to general hospital Washington, D. C. Private N. H. Butterfield reported for duty. Oct. 10. Corp'l James S. Bailey, Jr., and A. L. Gowell reported for duty. N. H. Butterfield reported to quarters. Oct. 11. Battery left Culpepper, Va., for the field. Oct. 13. Serg. Philip T. Woodfin, Jr., and Private Joseph Hooper dangerously wounded in action near Auburn, Va. Oct. 14. Serg. Woodfin and Private Hooper sent to hospital at Washington, D. C. Oct. 15. Battery arrived at Fairfax Junction. Oct. 16. One horse, large sorrel shot, by order Dr. Benson, Headquarters Third Army Corps, glanders. Oct. 18. Privates W. H. Starkweather, Apthorp, Rawson and Warburton reported to quarters.
gh and reported for duty. Feb. 12. Private R. C. Wright reported to quarters; P. E. Neagle to duty. Lieut. J. Webb Adams and Private Jacob Sulham returned from furlough and reported for duty. Feb. 13. Privates Schwartz, M. M. Pierce and Starkweather reported to quarters; Privates Wright and Beale for duty. Turned over to Capt. J. Strong 3 horses and one mule. Corp'l B. F. Parker returned from furlough and reported for duty. Feb. 14. Corp'l A. B. Parker and John Snelling reported to Howes, Michael Haley, W. Moran reported to quarters. March 15. James L. Schwartz, W. Moran, A. N. Merrill, S. H. Johnson reported for duty. James Dwight ex. March 16. John T. Goodwin reported to duty. March 17. Corp. Frank M. Howes, W. H. Starkweather and C. Thompson reported for duty. March 18. Privates John Nesbit, James D. Smith reported to duty, Francis Mins, L. Ham, John Millett and J. E. Mugford reported to quarters. March 19. Lieut. Wm. G. Rollins and Artificer D. R. Stowell
y soon recovered and rejoined the Company in a few months. Benjamin G. Hooper received a flesh wound in the forearm, the bullet first having passed through the breast of his blouse, and through several letters in the breast-pocket. William H. Starkweather was shot above the hip, the bullet passing in under the backbone. He was a cannoneer on the Second piece, and returned to duty in a few months. Corp. Burnham C. Clark was struck by a bullet while leaving the field, which passed throuts. 1864. Aug. 24. Received notice of transfer to general hospital Aug. 12 of privates J. W. Bailey, W. A. Trefry, M. M. Pierce, James Peach, F. A. Munroe. Aug. 25. Capt. Sleeper, privates Devereux, Foster, Ewell, Goodwin, O. P. Brown, Starkweather and Ben. G. Hooper wounded; L. W. Adams, Geo. H. Stetson, Wm. Rawson, Geo. K. Putnam, Chas. A. Mason, and——Thompson wounded and missing; Serg't A. B. Parker, Corp. F. M. Howes, Corp. Geo. A. Smith, privates O. W. Glidden, James S. Bailey, Jr.,
r of war at the time but later declared his preference for the post of a cannoneer to that of a line officer in either Heavy Artillery or Infantry. Morning reports. 1864. Aug. 26. Private A. B. Spooner died of Chronic Diarrhea at General Hospital, Brattleboro, Vt., Aug. 20, 1864. Aug. 27. B. G. Hooper sent to brigade hospital. Received notice of 20 days leave granted Capt. Sleeper, Gen. Orders 229 Headquarters Army of Potomac Aug. 25, 1864. Aug. 28. Privates Foster, Goodwin, Starkweather, Ewell, Devereux, and 0. P. Brown sent to hospital. Aug. 29. Four horses shot by order Capt. Miller —Glanders, farcy and wounds. Aug. 30. E. J. Wilson and R. G. Gilley temporarily detached at Artillery Brigade Headquarters. Sept. 1. Died Aug. 27, Geo. N. Devereux of wounds received Aug. 25. Sept. 2. Lieut. J. Webb Adams on detached service at Twelfth New York Battery. Corp'l S. Paine returned to duty from hospital. Four recruits received from camp of distribution. Sept 3
h, George A.,22Marblehead,Sept. 9, 1862,Prisoner Aug. 25, 1864. June 9, 1865, exp. of service. Smith, James D.,18Rutland,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Smith, Thomas,39Dennis, Jan. 14, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Snelling, John F.,19Millbury,Dec. 26, 1863,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Southworth, Alvah F.,19Hardwick,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Spooner, Albert B.,19Barre,Jan. 5, 1864,Died Aug. 20, 1864, Brattleboro. Vt. Starkweather, William H.,21Boston,Sept. 9, 1862,Wounded Aug. 25, 1864. June 9, 1865, exp. of service. Stetson, George W.,21Barre,Jan. 6, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Stevens, Judson, 22E. Boston,Dec. 24, 1863,Died Aug. 31, 1864, East Boston, Mass. Stowell, David R.,39Boston, Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Strout, Jonas W.,27Charlestown,Jan. 9, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Strand, Thomas W.,18Charlestown,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of servic
v. 15, 1901. Rice, Albert E.Nov. 15, 1902 Rising, Justus J.Mar. 31, 1906 Richardson, Asa F.Feb. 18, 1908 Sleeper, Maj. J. HenryAug. 10, 1891 Smith, Lieut. AsaOct. 28, 1864 Smith, James D.Mar. 28, 1880 Smith, Albert W.Nov. 2, 1896 Smith, George A.June 24, 1906 Spooner, Albert B.Aug. 20, 1864 Stevens, JudsonAug. 30, 1864 Stevens, John HenryFeb. 18, 1897 Sheridan, JosephMar. 23, 1873 Southworth, Alvah F.Feb. 10, 1869 Strand, Thomas W.Jan. 16, 1897 Slack, CharlesJune 27, 1908 Starkweather, William H.——– Thresher, Elbridge D.April 26, 1865 Trefry, William A.Aug. 31, 1865 Terbriggen, Peter A.April 19, 1883 Thompson, AlvinJuly 2, 1897 Thompson, Charles D.July 2, 1897 Townsend, Lieut. George M.Jan. 1, 1907 Temple, Lyman W.Jan. 7, 1902 Woodfin, Lieut. Philip T.Aug. 24, 1901 Ward, FranklinSept. 20, 1863 Whiting, Edwin S.July 8, 1865 White, John D.Dec. 22, 1875 Wright, Rufus C.March 29, 1900 Winslow, Henry B.Feb. 11, 1905 Woodis, Charles E.Mar. 31, 1906 Warburto<
Speer, Col., 328. Spooner, A. B., 208, 304, 305, 348. Spinola, Gen. F. B., 110, 190. Station, Bristow, 143, 154. Station, Fairfax, 144, 154, 162. Station, Catlett, 141, 154, 162, 163. Station, Rappahannock, 159. Station, Brandy, 140, 161, 164, 167, 179, 184, 185, 186, 187, 208. Station, Guiney's, 244. Station, Milford, 244. Station, Dispatch, 274. Station, Reams, 308, 316, 326, 328, 333, 338, 361, 366. Station, Prospect, 421. Station, Rice's, 428. Starkweather, William H., 39, 48, 87, 116, 152, 162, 206, 325, 339, 348. Stanton, E. M., 338. Stewart, Gen., 235. Stuart, Gen. J. B., 113, 127, 139, 141, 142. Stedman, Hon., Chas. M., 327. Stetson, Geo. W., 203, 204, 205, 325, 326, 339, 398. Stevens, Judson, 205, 302, 401. Stevens, John H., 31, 84, 163, 198, 199, 200, 207, 303, 304, 399, 400, 403. Stevensburg, 193, 195, 208. Stearns, John A., 28, 29. Stone, Gen. A. P., 52. Stowell, David R., 44, 83, 84, 85, 148, 200, 201, 205, 206, 207, 208, 25