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16th U. S. Infantry Acting Assistant action Adjutant Appointed April Assigned Assistant Quartermaster August battery battle of Gettysburg Born Born in Pennsylvania.-Appointed Brevet Captain U. S. Brevet First Lieutenant Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel U. S. Brevet Major U. S. Camp campaign Captain U. S. Army Chief City Colonel U. S. Commanding conduct Corps Creek December Department Died District Engaged faithful and meritorious February field Fort Fredericksburg gallant and meritorious Georgia Hill Indians January JOHN July June Lieutenant 2d U. S. Lieutenant 4th U. S. Lieutenant U. S. Army Major U. S. Army March meritorious services Mexico Michigan MILITARY HISTORY.-Captain MILITARY HISTORY.-First Lieutenant MILITARY HISTORY.-Second Lieutenant Mill Mountain Mustering November October Officer Ohio Pennsylvania Petersburg Post Potomac re-organization rebel received recruiting duty regiment Resigned River Second Lieutenant September siege Station Tenn Tennessee Texas Transferred U. S. Artillery U. S. Cavalry U. S. Volunteers Unassigned Virginia Volunteer Infantry Washington wounded York York.-Appointed
Page 101 - Army, for faithful and meritorious services in the Quartermaster's Department during the war, to date from March 2, 1867.
Page 239 - ... incapacity resulting from long and faithful service, from wounds or injury received, from disease contracted, or from exposure in the line of duty, had passed Congress and become a law, and under its provisions several officers had retired.