olgrove, Colonel, in command of the Twenty-seventh Indiana Regiment in Banks's flight to Winchester, 207, -and in the battle of Cedar Mountain, 308, 309 (and notes).
Comey, Captain, 241 (note).
Cook, Major, Federal officer, wounded and captured at Cedar Mountain, p04.
Cooke, John Esten, his Life of Jackson, 117, 129, 130, 156, 184, 198, 199, 210, 212-214, 217-219, 233, 234, 295.
Copeland, R. M., Quartermaster of the Second Mass. Regiment, 12; finds a camping-ground for same in West Roxbury, 13.
Afterwards Major, on General Banks's staff, 170.
His communication to the Boston Advertiser after the battle of Winchester, 255,--and subsequent suspension therefor from the service, 256 (and note). His second appearance in the Boston Advertiser, blaming the War Department, and his final dismissal from the service by the President, 266, 267 (and note).
Courtenay, Colonel, commander of Rebel battery under Stonewall Jackson, 199, 235.
Crane, Major, 121.
Killed at Cedar Mountai