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HISTORY OF ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH INFANTRY.
The One Hundred and Fifth Regiment Illinois Infantry Volunteers was mustered into the service of the United States September 2, 1862.
On the 8th moved to Camp Douglas. On the 3Oth left Camp Douglas for Louisville, Kentucky, arriving on the 2d of October, and, reporting to General Dumont, was attached to his division, Brigadier General W. T. Ward's brigade. On the 3d moved in the direction of Frankfort; arrived on the gth, after a severe march. Were engaged in guard and picket duty, with occasional slight skirmishing with the enemy. While at Frankfort, made a raid to Lawrenceburg and returned. On the 26th moved, en route to Bowling Green, arriving on the 4th of November, and remaining one week, was ordered to Scottsville. November 25, moved to Gallatin, Tennessee; December 11 moved to South Tunnel; February 1. 1863, returned to Gallatin, remaining till the 1st day of June 1863, when it moved to Lavergne. From thence to Murfreesboro, Tennessee, returning to Lavergne the last of July. Moved to Nashville August 19. Was quartered in Fort Negley, doing guard duty in it and the city of Nashville. Exchanged the Austrian musket, with which the regiment had been armed, for the Spring rifle musket. Meanwhile it was attached to the Eleventh Army Corps, Major General O. O. Howard commanding.
On the 24th day of February. 1864, it took the line of march in the direction of Chattanooga, Tennessee. On the — day of March it arrived at Wauhatchie, at which place it remained until the 2d day of May, being brigaded with the One Hundred and Second and One Hundred and Twenty- ninth Illinois, Seventieth Indiana and Seventy-ninth Ohio, with which it remained during the war. In the meantime the Eleventh and Twelfth Army Corps were consolidated under the name of the Twentieth Army Corps. Major General Joseph Hooker commanding.
May 2 moved to Gordon's Mills. May 6 marched to Leet's farm; thence to Taylor's Ridge on the 7th. May 10 moved to Snake Creek Gap. May 12 to Sugar Valley. May 13 moved in the direction of Resaca, Georgia, skirmishing that evening and the next day. The morning of the 15th moved with the corps to the extreme left of the lines, immediately upon its arrival taking part in a charge upon the enemy's works, which were carried, losing several men in the engagement. On the 16th pursued the retreating enemy, arriving at Calhoun on the 17th. On the 18th moved to near Cassville. On the 19th the One Hundred and Fifth being in advance, skirmished with the rear guard of the enemy, driving them at every point. Remained near Kingston until the 23d, when ordered forward, crossing the Etowah river. 24th moved to Burnt Hickory. On the 25th, continuing its march towards Dallas, Georgia, encountering the enemy, having a brisk engagement till dark, the casualties numbering fifteen, including two commissioned officers.
From this time until the first of June the regiment was engaged in advancing the line, building and strengthening the works and skirmishing, losing sixteen men.
On the first of June moved to the extreme left with the Twentieth Corps. On the 2d the One Hundred and Fifth was ordered out as flankers, in which position it lost a most excellent officer, Surgeon Horace S. Potter, being killed by a shell. On the 3d moved around and beyond the enemy's right, encamping near Ackworth, Georgia. Here it remained until the 6th, when it moved forward and took position near Golgotha Church, in line of battle, throwing up entrenchments and remaining until the 15th, when it again moved forward, encountering the enemy behind breastworks. A steady fire was kept up until dark. That night and the next day (the 16th) was occupied in strengthening the position, by erecting breastworks, being exposed to the fire of the enemy. Lost nineteen men during the two days. The night of the 16th the enemy retreated. On the 17th, 18th, 19th, and 20th, followed the retreating enemy, with slight skirmishing, at intervals. 21st, severe skirmish firing; 22d moved forward about a mile, in close proximity to the enemy's works, exposed to their fire—losing eleven men. The enemy evacuated his position during the night of July 2. On the 3d moved in the direction of Marietta, Georgia. The brigade to which the One Hundred and Fifth was attached being the advance, skirmished with the enemy—losing one man killed and two wounded. Camped about four miles from Marietta, Georgia, in plain view of a portion of the rebel army. On the evening of the 4th, continued the march in the direction of the Chattahoochee river, camping within two miles of that stream, on the north side, the night of the 6th. Remained there until the 17th, when it crossed the river and encamped until the afternoon of the 18th. Moved forward about five miles and rested till the morning of the 20th. Crossed Peach Tree Creek and came upon the enemy. A line of battle was formed—a charge of the enemy was repulsed in the afternoon, and several prisoners captured; also, the colors of the Twelfth Louisiana 21st was occupied in hurrying the dead of both sides, and collecting and turning over ordnance and other property. On the 22d moved forward about three miles, where the enemy was again encountered, posted behind the defenses of Atlanta. Intrenchments were immediately thrown up. Remained in this position until the 26th, when relieved and placed on reserve. 29th moved six miles to the right of the lines. Making the position secure by throwing up works, remained until the 2d day of August. Returned to the left and took position, which was fortified and strengthened. Constant skirmishing and artillery firing was kept up until the night of the 25th of August, when ordered to fall back to the Chattahoochee river. Here it remained until the 27th, when it took position on the north side of that stream, doing picket and guard duty.
The 2d day of September the city of Atlanta surrendered. The regiment remained in the vicinity of Atlanta until the 15th of November, when the "grand march to the sea" was begun. The One Hundred and Fifth accompanying the expedition, bore its full share of the trials and hardships incident thereto. Passing on the route Decatur, Sithonia. Social Circle, Rutledge and Madison, at which last named place it arrived on the 15th of November. From thence, marching southward to the city of Milledgeville, the capital of Georgia, arriving on the 22d, and remaining until the 24th. Thence to the north of the Mississippi and Georgia Central Railroad. Passing through Sandersville, Davisboro, and Louisville (the One Hundred and Fifth and part of the One Hundred and Second routing a body of rebel cavalry between the last two named places), reaching Milan on December 3. Continuing the march towards Savannah, passing through Springfield on the 7th, having a slight skirmish with guerrillas, arriving in the vicinity of Savannah on the 10th. The One Hundred and Fifth, being the advance that day, had a brisk skirmish with the enemy's pickets, driving them within the defense of the city. Participated in the siege of Savannah. That city was evacuated on the night of the 20th of December. On the 31st of December 1864, and January 1, 1865 was occupied in crossing the Savannah river— losing one man by a musket shot from the enemy—moved five miles and encamped until the 4th of January. Marched north to Hardee's farm, and again encamped, remaining until the 9th with slight skirmishing at intervals. Moved to Hardeeville, remaining there until the 29th, when it started on the campaign of the Carolinas.
Moving northward, nothing of interest occurred until the 2d day of February, when the One Hundred and Fifth, being in advance, encountered the enemy near Lawtonville strongly posted behind barricades. It immediately charged the enemy, driving them from their position, through the town— losing eight men in the engagement.
Continued the march on the 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th. when the One Hundred and Fifth again had the advance; had some slight skirmishing with Wade Hampton's cavalry; 8th, 9th and 10th was engaged in tearing up railroad between Graham Station and Williston. From thence, crossed the South and North Edisto rivers, on the road to Columbia, arriving opposite that city on the 16th, after a very disagreeable march through swamps and marshes. Not being able to cross the Congaree at that point, moved up the river, and crossed the Broad and Saluda rivers, which unite and form the Congaree. Marching northward, arrived at Winnsboro on the 21st. On the 22d, the regiment, again in the advance, had some skirmishing with Butler's reliel cavalry, and crossed the Wateree river. Reached Hanging Rock on the 27th, rested one day; 29th, moved northward, arriving at Chesterfield March 3; at Cheraw March 6. Crossed Great Pedee and Lumber rivers, and arrived at Fayetteville, North Carolina, on the 11th. Resting three days, 15th, moved in the direction of Raleigh, North Carolina, some ten miles, where it encountered the enemy, heavily entrenched, near Averysboro. Then, on the 16th. followed the battle of Averysboro—the enemy being driven from their position. The One Hundred and Fifth lost six killed and sixteen wounded.
On the 19th. 20th and 21st, took part in the engagement near Bentonville. The enemy evacuated that place on the night of the 21st. Arrived at Goldsboro on the 24th. Thus ended the campaign of the Carolinas.
Remained at Goldsboro until April 10, 1865. Continued the march toward Raleigh, arriving at Smithfield on the 11th, and at Raleigh on the 13th, encountering but little opposition from the enemy. Resting until the 25th, moved out some fourteen miles on the Holly Springs road, in the direction of General Johnston's army. Encamped during the 26th and 27th. In the meantime, General Johnston surrendered. On the 28th, returned to Raleigh and immediately began making preparations for the homeward march.
On the 30th left Raleigh en route to Washington City via Richmond, passing through the latter city on the 11th of May. Arrived in the vicinity of Alexandria, Virginia, on the 19th. Took part in the grand review at Washington, on the 24th, where the regiment received a compliment for their movements in the manual of arms, and their military appearance.
Remained in the vicinity of Washington until the 7th of June, when the regiment was mustered out of the service, and started, by rail, for Chicago, Illinois, where it arrived on the 10th.
Remained at Camp Fry, until the 17th, when paid off and disbanded.

Recruits.
George Roller, Rutland; transferred to Thirty-fourth Illinois Infantry.
George E. Vermette, Rutland, transferred to Thirty-fourth Illinois
Infantry.
COMPANY E.
Wagoner.
John Parrott, Rutland; mustered out June 6, 1865.

Private.
George Hemenover, Rutland; died at Hartville, Tennessee December 7, 1862; wounds.

COMPANY K.

Recruit.
Alfred G. Parker, Rutland; transferred to Thirty-fourth Illinois Infantry.

ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH INFANTRY REGIMENT. Three Years' Service.
COMPANY A.
Privates.
Benjamin Allen, Geneva; discharged July 10 (or 16th?), 1863; disability.
Hiram W. Bowers, Batavia; mustered out June 7, 1865, as corporal.
William Kane, Geneva; discharged January 19, 1863; disability.
John Kesler, Geneva; discharged December 7, 1862; disability.
Thomas Spanton, Plato; mustered out June 7, 1865.
Sylvanus Waffles, Geneva; died at Chattanooga August 9, 1864.
Elias C. West, Geneva; mustered out June 7, 1865.

COMPANY C.
Privates.

Lemuel Jordan, Burlington; discharged January 16, 1863; disability.
William Jordan, Burlington; transferred to Company E, One Hundred and Fifth Illinois Infantry.
Henry B. Thompson, Burlington; discharged January 11, 1863; disability.
Hiram Wright, Burlington; died December 21, 1863.
John Wright, Burlington; mustered out June 7, 1865.

COMPANY D.
Sergeant.
Henry V. Martin, Geneva; reduced to ranks at his own request; discharged May 15, 1863.

COMPANY G.

Captain.
John M. Smith, Burlington; discharged December 24, 1864.

First Lieutenant.
John M. Smith, Burlington; promoted.

Second Lieutenants.
John M. Smith, Burlington; promoted.
James S. Hasburgh, Burlington; mustered out June 7, 1865, as sergeant.

Corporal.
James Hasburg, Burlington; commissioned second lieutenant; not mustered; mustered out June 7, 1865, as sergeant.

Musician
Samuel C. Perry, Burlington; died at Cincinnati, Ohio, December 28, 1862.

Privates.
Anson B. Barker, Burlington; died at Bowling Green, Kentucky, December 4, 1862.
Nathan E. Bradburn, Burlington; transferred to Engineer Corps July 25, 1864.
William Bock, Burlington; died at Gallatin, Tennessee, March 27, 1863.
John Barnard, Hampshire; mustered out June 7, 1865.
Allin S. Calkins, Burlington; mustered out June 7, 1865.
George W. Collins, Plato; mustered out June 7, 1865, as corporal.
Hiram Carlisle, Burlington; died at Bowling Green, Kentucky, December 6, 1862.
Charles W. Chapman, Burlington; discharged January 12, 1863; disability.
William A. Congle, Virgil; mustered out June 7, 1865.
Egbert V. Davis, Burlington; mustered out June 7, 1865.
Linneaus Ellis, Virgil; mustered out June 7, 1865; wounded.
William H. L. Eddy, Burlington; mustered out June 7, 1865, as corporal.
Daniel W. Fish, Burlington; discharged December 14, 1862; disability.
Daniel Holdridge, Burlington; mustered out June 7, 1865, as corporal.
William N. Ingalls, Burlington; died at Gallatin, Tennessee, December 13, 1862.
Hervey M. Morgan, Burlington; mustered out June 7, 1865, as corporal.
William P. McLelland, Burlington; discharged March n, 1863, to enlist in Mississippi Marine Brigade.
George W. McLelland. Burlington; mustered out June 7, 1865.
Charles A. Maltby, Burlington; transferred to Invalid Corps October 20, 1864; wounded.
Julius Planty, Hampshire; transferred to Engineer Corps July 25, 1864.
Myron C. Perry, Burlington; mustered out June 7, 1865.
Elijah Samis, Burlington; died at Gallatin, Tennessee, December 6, 1862.
William M. Smith, Burlington; discharged July 9, 1864, to accept promotion as second lieutenant, One Hundred and Fourteenth United States C. T.
Martin Young, Burlington; died at South Tunnel, Tennessee, July 11, 1863.



ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTEENTH INFANTRY REGIMENT - Three Years' Service.
COMPANY E.
Captain.
John G. Day, Elgin; mustered out June 20, 1865.

First Lieutenant.
John G. Day, Elgin; promoted.

First Sergeant.
John G. Day, Elgin; promoted first lieutenant.

Recruit.
Jerome Otis, Aurora; mustered out May 30, 1865.

COMPANY G.
Privates.
Perry C. Hough, Geneva; mustered out June 20, 1865, as corporal.
Josiah Jackson, Blackberry; discharged April 25, 1863; disability.
Jacob C. Miller, Geneva; mustered out June 20, 1865, as sergeant.
Harris B. Osborn, Geneva: discharged October 1, 1863, for promotion to assistant surgeon, Second Mississippi Colored Infantry.
James B. Post, Blackberry; died at Corinth August 15, 1863.


ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEENTH INFANTRY REGIMENT. (Three Years' Service.)
Unassigned Recruit.
Noah Murphy, Montgomery; mustered out May 23, 1865.


ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTEENTH INFANTRY REGIMENT. (Three Years' Service.)
Second Assistant Surgeon.
Elmer Nicholas, Aurora; dismissed July 14, 1864.

Company C.
Recruit.
Jefferson D. Ellis, Batavia; mustered out October i, 1865.


ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTIETH INFANTRY REGIMENT. (Three Years' Service.)
Surgeon.
Phineas K. Guild, Aurora; resigned June 12, 1863.


HISTORY OF ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FOURTH INFANTRY.
The One Hundred and Twenty-fourth Illinois Infantry was a representative, self-raised regiment, recruited from Henry, Kane, McDonough, Sangamon, Jersey, Adams. Wayne, Cook, Putnam, Pike, Mercer and Christian counties. August 27, 1862, the first company went into camp at Camp Butler, near Springfield. Six days later all were in camp, and the field officers chosen. September 10 it was mustered into the United States service for three years by Lieutenant F. E. DeCourcey.
October 6, left for the front, which was found at Jackson, Tennessee, at 3 a.m. the 9th. Was assigned to the First Brigade, Third Division, Seventeenth Army Corps, consisting of the Twentieth, Thirty-first, Forty-fifth and One Hundred and Twenty-fourth Illinois and the Twenty-third Indiana, commanded by Colonel C. C. Marsh, of the Twentieth Illinois, General John A. Logan commanding the division, and General J. B. McPherson the corps. With this organization the regiment remained till April 5, 1864. In the crisp autumn air and lovely camp at Jackson the discipline and efficiency of the regiment were rapidly developed and the foundations largely laid for all the distinction it afterwards achieved.
Left Jackson November 2, to participate in the movement under General Grant, via Bolivar and Lagrange, Tennessee, and Holly Springs, Abbeville and Oxford, Mississippi, to the rear of Vicksburg. Returned from the Yacoma upon the burning of the depot of supplies at Holly Springs, and after some time spent in guarding the Memphis & Charleston Railroad, reached Memphis January 21, 1863.
A month later was a part of the command which moved down the Mississippi to Lake Providence, Louisiana, General I. N. Haynie being then in command of the Brigade. After two months of inactivity was a part of a force moving from Milliken's Bend, April 25, upon what proved to be the final Vicksburg campaign, General John E. Smith having succeeded General Haynie, who had gone home sick. April 30, crossed the Mississippi from DeSchroon's plantation in Louisiana, to Bruinsburg in Mississippi, on the gunboat Mound City.
May 1, after a rapid and hot march of about twelve miles, the regiment received its first baptism of fire in bearing a part of the battle of Thompson's Hills, or Port Gibson. May 12 it bore an important part in the battle of Raymond, May 14 it was at the capture of Jackson and May 16 it did noble service at the battle of Champion Hills, capturing more men from the Forty-third Georgia, after killing its colonel and major, than its own ranks numbered. It also killed most of the men and horses of a battery, really capturing the guns. The loss of the regiment in this action was sixty-three killed and wounded.
The morning of May 19 crossed the Big Black and moved on Vicksburg. Was in the fearful charge of May 22, and occupied the extreme advance position gained that day, during the whole of the siege. It was just to the right of the Jackson road, upon which and the covered way subsequently dug. the left of the regiment rested, and is said to have been the nearest camp to the enemy's works. It was immediately in front of the fort, which was mined—in large part by men of the One Hundred and Twenty-fourth—and blown up June 25 and July 1. At the first explosion the regiment lost forty- nine men in killed and wounded in what was called the "Slaughter Pen," being ordered into the crater formed by the explosion, two companies at a time for half an hour, all day of the 26th.
General Smith having been assigned to the command of a division, General M. D. Leggett, formerly colonel of the Seventy-eighth Ohio, assumed command of the First Brigade, June 2.
On the 4th of July the regiment shared with the First Brigade in the honor of first entering the captured city and helping to swell the shout that arose as the Forty-fifth Illinois ran out its colors from the cupola of the court house.
From August 21 to September 2 was absent on an expedition to Monroe, Louisiana, under General J. D. Stevenson, General Logan being in command of the post of Vicksburg.
From October 14 to 20 was absent on an expedition in force against Loring, Wirt Adams and others to Brownsville and the Bogue Chitto creek. Skirmished considerable, but the enemy retreated.
November 7 the brigade broke camp in Vicksburg, where its camp had been since the surrender, and removed to Big Black, 14 miles east. The 13th, General Logan took his farewell of his old fighting Third Division, to the regret of all, and was subsequently succeeded by General Leggett. the First Brigade being commanded by General M. F. Force. In December. Colonel Sloan was dismissed the service, and Lieutenant Colonel J. H. Howe subsequently commanded the regiment.
January 1864. was rendered memorable in the history of the regiment by its winning an "Excelsior" prize banner, which General Leggett signalized his assuming command by tendering to the best drilled and finest regiment in the division. The three brigades drilled separately, on the 20th of January the First Brigade, the One Hundred and Twenty-fourth winning; on the 21st the Second Brigade, the Seventy-eighth Ohio winning; on the 22d the Third Brigade, the Seventeenth Illinois winning. On the 23d the three victorious regiments drilled, and the One Hundred and Twenty-fourth won handsomely, the award being unanimous by the committee. General McPherson presented the banner. The regiment bore the banner in triumph till the 5th of April following, including the famous Meridian raid under General Sherman from February 3 to March 4, or upwards of three hundred miles marching in the face of the enemy, and much of the time under fire, proving by its good behavior and bravery in the field, as well as by its bearing upon drill and parade, its right to the proud distinction of being the "Excelsior" regiment of the noble Third Division. April 5, through a reorganization effected in veteranizing, the regiment found itself outside of the third division, to which the banner was to belong, according to the terms understood in drilling for it, and so surrendered the proud trophy to Colonel Scott, temporarily commanding the division. But the banner was never afterwards borne by any command. The One Hundred and Twenty-fourth Illinois was the only "Excelsior" regiment of that famous old division.
The 5th of April, 1864, the regiment moved to Vicksburg again, where its camp remained till February 25, 1865. Much of that time was passed on provost duty, from which a little relief was found in an expedition of eighteen days in May, under General McArthur, to Benton and Yazoo City, and one of nine days in July, under General Slocum, to Jackson, in both of which some considerable service was seen and loss sustained.
October 13 it went up the river, ultimately as far as Memphis. But nothing noteworthy occurred, and the 26th found it back in camp and on provost duty again.
February 25, 1865, after a stay in Vicksburg and vicinity of nearly two years, found the regiment on the steamer "Grey Eagle," bound for New- Orleans with orders to report to General Canby. This was done the 27th, and followed by other orders to report to General A. J. Smith, below the city, for duty in the field.
March 11 embarked on the steamship "Guiding Star," and March 16 debarked at Fort Gaines, on Dauphine Island, Alabama.
Were assigned with the Eighty-first and One Hundred and Eighth Illinois and the Eighth Iowa, to the Third Brigade, Colonel J. L. Geddes, of the Eighth Iowa, commanding, of the Third Division, commanded by General E. A. Carr, of the Sixteenth Army Corps, under General A. J. Smith; moving with the Thirteenth Army Corps, commanded by General Gordon Granger and a force under General F. Steele, against the defenses of Mobile, all under command of General E. R. S. Canby.
March 21 crossed the bay, and on the 22cl debarked on Fish river and moved on Spanish Fort. Shared actively in the investment on the 27th and the siege which followed, the Third Brigade constituting the extreme right of the investing line, and being exposed not only to the direct fire from the enemy's works in front, but to an enfilading fire from batteries Huger and Tracy, and gunboats in the river above. Bore a conspicuous part in the brilliant attack on the enemy's extreme left on the night of April 8, which terminated the siege, was among the first to enter the works, captured several guns and many prisoners, swept up the Old Fort in the darkness, reaching it before midnight, and was shelled by the Union fleet before the change of occupation was known.
Started for Montgomery, Alabama, April 13, reaching it on the 25th, and going immediately upon provost duty, Colonel Geddes commanding post, and Colonel Howe the brigade.
The 16th of July left for home via the Alabama river and railroad to Vicksburg, passing through Meridian, Jackson, the battle ground of Champion Hills, and the old camps on the Big Black. On the 28th of July left Vicksburg on the good steamer "Ida Handy'' and on the 3d of August reached Chicago in company with the Seventy-sixth Illinois, Colonel Busey commanding. On the 16th of August, eleven days less than three years since the first company went into camp at Springfield, the regiment was mustered out at Camp Douglas.
Colonel Howe's history of the battle flag of the regiment, stated that it had been borne four thousand one hundred miles, in fourteen skirmishes, ten battles and two sieges of forty-seven days and nights, and thirteen days and nights respectively, and so had been under fire eighty-two days and sixty nights; the distance not including that from Montgomery to Chicago.
The regiment was one of the most fortunate in the service. It always obeyed orders, taking and holding every position to which it was assigned unflinchingly. Regiments by its side sustained fearful losses in officers and men while its numbers were comparatively intact. One officer alone was killed in the service, and he was sitting in his tent, off duty, when struck, at the siege of Vicksburg. Two others resigned from wounds, and two died. Twenty men were killed in action, twenty-nine died from wounds, five were captured when detailed on a scout, four of whom did not live to return, and one hundred and thirty-seven men died of disease. Very many others, officers and men, were wounded and some seriously, but they were not lost to the regiment. The regiment never was repulsed, never retreated a step in the face of a foe and never lost a prisoner in action.
The following from the pen of General M. D. Leggett, was written in January, 1886, and is thought worthy of a place in closing this history:
"As to the Excelsior Banner, it is due to the members of the old Third division that I should tell them all I know about it. When we went into the Atlanta campaign we sent all our surplus and unnecessary baggage back to Nashville for storage, in order to lighten our transportation. With such baggage the Excelsior Banner went. At the time of the siege of Nashville, in December 1864, this baggage had its location changed and was lost, but was not captured by the enemy. I caused an exhaustive search to be made for it in the spring of 1865, but without success. If I could have found this Excelsior Banner, I should have sent it to Colonel John H. Howe, of the One Hundred and Twenty-fourth Illinois. This was a splendid regiment and splendidly officered, and deservedly earned the banner after a severe struggle. To be the best drilled and best disciplined regiment in the old Third Division of the Seventeenth Corps, was honor enough. This was Logan's division and McPherson's corps up to the fall of Vicksburg, and no troops did more hard marching and hard fighting. It may be truthfully said of them, they were never driven from a position, and never attempted to take a position and failed.
(Signed.) M. D. Leggett.

ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FOURTH INFANTRY REGIMENT. (Three Years' Service.)
Lieutenant Colonel.
Adin Mann, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865.

Majors.
Rufus P. Pattison, Aurora; discharged July 9, 1863.
Adin Mann, Batavia; promoted.

Surgeon.
Leland H. Angell, Aurora; discharged June 1, 1864.

Second Assistant Surgeon.
John Jassoy, Aurora; dismissed November 17, 1864.

NON-COMMISSIONED STAFF.
Hospital Steward
Charles B. Allaire, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.

Principal Musician.
Joseph E. Merrill, Aurora; Mustered out August 15, 1865.

Company B.
Captains.
Aclin Mann, Batavia; promoted major.
Edwin E. Stafford, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865.

First Lieutenant.
Edwin E. Stafford, Batavia; promoted.

Second Lieutenant.
Christopher H. Keller, Blackberry; mustered out August 15, 1865.

First Sergeant.
H. Emory Abbott, Geneva; discharged March 2, 1863.

Sergeants.
Christopher H. Keller, Blackberry; promoted to second lieutenant.
Fred V. D. Vanliew, Batavia; discharged June 19, 1863; disability.
Julius G. Brown, Batavia; discharged May 24, 1865, as private.
James Bradley, Batavia; discharged May 24, 1865, as private.

Corporals.
Thomas W. McAuley, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865, as private.
Henry A. Lewis, Kaneville; private; discharged July 10, 1863.
Edward L. Hunt, Geneva; mustered out August 15, 1865, as private.
Salem B. Town, Batavia; discharged February 28, 1863; disability.

Musician.
John Bullard, Batavia; discharged February 22, 1863; disability.

Privates.
Cleavland Acox, Kaneville; died at Clinton, Mississippi, March 7, 1864; wounds.
James D. Austin, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865.
William A. Bingham, Batavia; discharged February 3, 1864, for promotion in colored regiment.
Samuel Ball, Batavia; died at home February 22, 1863.
Theodore T. Ball, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865.
John S. Ball, Batavia; discharged December 16, 1862; disability.
Charles E. Bassett, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865, as corporal.
Franklin Boyd, Batavia; died at Memphis June 23, 1863.
Ebenezer Bradley, Batavia; discharged August 20. 1864.
Joseph Barrett, Batavia; died on hospital boat, August 29, 1863.
Beverly Virgil; died at Memphis, July 13, 1863.
Charles A. Buecher, Batavia; discharged February 22, 1863; disability.
Charles W. Cook, Geneva; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Ransom Conley, Batavia; reported transferred to V. R. C.; no official notice received.
Oscar F. Cooley, Batavia; killed before Vicksburg June 8, 1863.
Oliver B. Douglas, Batavia; discharged February 22, 1865; disability.
Louis A. Derosier, Batavia; discharged May 24, 1865.
Rasalva Fisk, Batavia; corporal; died at New Orleans. April 21, 1865; wounds.
Hicks Frydendall, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865, as corporal.
Charles B. Grover, Batavia; discharged August 12, 1864; disability.
George W. Gregg, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Harlow Helmer, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Isaac S. Hedges, Batavia; corporal; died at home August 15, 1863.
William J. Hollister, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Jackson Hovey, Kaneville; mustered out August 15, 1865, as corporal.
Albert Johnston, Blackberry; discharged June 14, 1865.
Hiram Jenkins, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Martin C. Jones, Batavia; died at St. Louis, August 3, 1863.
John W. Lumm, Batavia; discharged June 3, 1865.
Francis W. Mann, Batavia; discharged May 24, 1865.
Frederick Miller, Batavia; discharged October 10, 1863; wounds.
Frederick V. L. Morris, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865, as corporal.
Noah Monroe, Batavia; discharged May 24, 1865.
John H. Mole, Batavia; mustered out June 15, 1865, as corporal.
Walter M. McAuley, Batavia; detached at muster out of regiment.
James Martin, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Isaiah Noakes, Batavia; died at home October 4, 1862.
William Noakes, Batavia; absent, sick, at muster out of regiment.
Thomas O'Connor, Geneva; discharged May 24. 1865.
William Reed, Virgil; discharged February 28, 1863; disability.
Elisha P. Stone, Batavia; discharged April 25, 1863; disability.
James K. Stephenson, Batavia; discharged September 11, 1863; disability.
Menard L. Stone, Batavia; died at Memphis April 21, 1863.
Emanuel Sturgis, Batavia; discharged February 22, 1863; disability.
William Tulloch, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Samuel M. Updyke, Geneva; died on hospital boat May 15, 1863.
George Voorhees, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Kirby Waite, Batavia; died at St. Louis, March 2, 1863.
Orson Weaver, Batavia: mustered out August 15, 1865.
Theodore Wood. Batavia; discharged July 20, 1864, for promotion in colored regiment.
Daniel Whipple. Batavia; discharged January 20, 1863; disability.
Patrick Welsh, Virgil; mustered out August 15. 1865, as corporal.
William Walrod, Virgil; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Gilbert W. Young, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865, as sergeant.

Recruits.
Andrew Anderson, Batavia; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
Henry P. Brown, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865, as first sergeant.
Edwin M. Benedict, Batavia; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
Josiah S. Coolidge, Batavia; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
John H. Cleveland, Batavia; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
David E. Dean, Batavia; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
Michael Davis, Batavia; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
Edwin F. Fish, Batavia; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
Francis F. Joy, Virgil; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
Charles Lappin, Batavia; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
Russell Massee, Batavia; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
Frederick L. Manning, Batavia; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
Charles H. Malls, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865.
James T. McMasters, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865, as corporal.
Valentine McDonald, Batavia; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
William H. Price, Batavia; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
Nathaniel Radcliff, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Cyrus R. Roff, Batavia; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
William J. Reynolds, Batavia; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
Ferd. G. Stephenson, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Peter Victor, Batavia; Captured and murdered by enemy, October 16, 1863.
Edwin A. Williams, Batavia; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Clark Wood, Batavia; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.

Company D.
First Lieutenant.
Henry J. Brockway, Dundee; mustered out August 15, 1865.

Sergeant.
Henry J. Brockway, Dundee; promoted first lieutenant.

Corporals.
Frank B. Reeves, Dundee; discharged September 18, 1863; wounds.
William E. Tollhurst, Dundee; died at home October 21, 1862.

Privates.
Daniel Brown, Dundee; discharged September 18, 1863; disability.
Albert M. Dunton, Dundee; discharged October 27, 1864; wounds.
Josiah W. Goodwin, Dundee; died of wounds received at Champion Hills, Mississippi, May 16, 1863.
Albert Gibbs, Dundee; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Milford G. Harris, Dundee; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Stephen A. Houghton, Dundee: discharged October 12, 1863; disability.
Lorenzo C. Kelly, Geneva; discharged July 7, 1865.
Joseph L. Satterlee, Aurora; discharged June 5, 1865.
Recruit.
James D. Brovver, Sugar Grove; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.

COMPANY E.
Captains.
William B. Sigley, Aurora: resigned June 27, 1864.
Reese L. Merriman, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.

First Lieutenants.
James H. Blackmore, Aurora; resigned July 24, 1863.
Reese L. Merriman, Aurora; promoted.
William H. Anderson, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.

Second Lieutenant.
Osborn Willson, Aurora; resigned July 13, 1863.

First Sergeant.
Hiram J. Rowland, Aurora; died May 3, 1863; wounds.

Sergeants.
William H. Anderson, Aurora; promoted first lieutenant.
Reese L. Merriman, Aurora; promoted first lieutenant.

Corporals.
Homer J. Elliott, Aurora; sergeant; discharged October 9, 1863, for promotion in United States Colored Infantry.
Horace J. Hall, Aurora; sergeant; discharged January 5, 1864, for promotion in United States Colored Infantry.
Robert B. Stephens, Aurora; died at Lagrange, Tennessee, December 5, 1862.
John Fairweather, Aurora; discharged August 14, 1863, for promotion in First United States C. H. A.
Jonathan Crosby, Aurora; mustered out May 29, 1865, as private.

Musician.
Frank Pinney, Aurora; discharged July 26, 1864, for promotion as hospital steward Third United States Colored Cavalry.

Wagoner.
Fowler Irwin, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.

Privates.
Nelson P. Atwood, Aurora; discharged October 21, 1862; disability.
Charles L. Cheeney, Aurora; died at Jackson, Tennessee, October 24, 1862.
Thomas D. Cuthbert, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Henry Dickson, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as corporal.
Silas W. Dunning, Aurora; mustered out June 14, 1865; was prisoner.
Justus Dodge, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Marshall Dow, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Sylvester D. Elderkin, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Sebra Emerson, Aurora; deserted October 6, 1862.
Patrick M. Fitzgerald, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as sergeant.
John H. French, Aurora; died Vicksburg November 14, 1864.
Arthur M. Gurnsey. Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
William M. Hale, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Lanson Hinman, Aurora; discharged March 5, 1863; disability.
Charles Hartman, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Daniel Jenkins, Aurora; died Vicksburg January n, 1864.
John Karney, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
James W. Lusk, Aurora; mustered out June i, 1865, as corporal.
Jacob L. Lantz, Aurora; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps October 26, 1863.
Herbert Lane, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as corporal.
John Martin, Aurora; killed at Raymond, Mississippi, May 12, 1863.
Edward McGlynn, Aurora; died at Camp Douglas, Illinois, August 15, 1865.
Michael Maloney, Aurora; mustered out Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
David S. Miller, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Neil McGlaughlin, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Amos B. Morey. Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
William Mears, Aurora; discharged September 17, 1864; disability.
Horace McKay, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Joseph R. Miller, Aurora; died Vicksburg July 28, 1863.
Horace Miner, Aurora; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps June 30, 1864; mustered out July 5, 1865, as first sergeant.
Joseph D. Newman, Aurora; mustered out July 6, 1865.
Charles M. Plummer, Aurora: transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps April 2, 1864.
Harvey B. Powers. Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as first sergeant, commissioned second lieutenant; not mustered.
Peter Rackmeyer, Aurora; died Memphis June 10, 1863.
Ezra D. Race, Aurora: corporal; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps October 26, 1863.
Maurice C. Ryan, Aurora; discharged December 30, 1863 for promotion in Sixty-third United States Colored Infantry.
John E. Roach, Aurora; discharged April 15. 1863; disability.
Adam N. Roach, Aurora; died at Lake Providence, Louisiana. April 22. 1863,
William Smith. Aurora: mustered out August 15, 1865, as corporal.
David D. Speer, Aurora; discharged September 17, 1864; disability.
Martin L. Stage, Aurora; discharged October 29, 1864: disability.
Napoleon J. Smith. Aurora; discharged August 1. 1863, for promotion in First Louisiana Colored Infantry.
John St. Martin, Aurora; absent: wounded at Vicksburg; unofficially reported transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps.
Joseph Thompson, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Richard S. Thompson. Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as sergeant.
William Vinter, Aurora; discharged December 18, 1862; disability.
Daniel Vinson, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Henry Weber, Aurora; deserted October 6, 1862.
John H. Ward, Aurora; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps October 26, 1863; mustered out June 25, 1865.
John Wilyne, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
David Weigler, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Job H. Yaggy, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as corporal.

Recruits.
Nelson W. Hinkston, Aurora; musician; discharged April 15, 1863; disability.
Alonzo V. Howard, Sugar Grove; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.

Company F.
Recruits.
Henry Ankel. Sugar Grove; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
Joseph Allbee, Sugar Grove; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.
Adolph Nebring, Sugar Grove; transferred to Thirty-third Illinois Infantry.

Company H.
Captain.
John W. Kendall, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.

First Lieutenants.
Justus D. Andrews, Aurora; resigned January 28, 1863.
Theodore Potter, Aurora; resigned January 26, 1864.
Greenville A. Spear, Aurora; died November 8. 1864.
Freeman L. Campbell, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.

Second Lieutenants.
Theodore Potter, Aurora; promoted.
Joy Jay Tarble, Aurora; declined commission.
Greenville A. Spear, Aurora; promoted.
George M. Cronk, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as sergeant.

First Sergeant.
George S. Prindle, Aurora; private; discharged May 12, 1863, for promotion as hospital steward United States Army.

Sergeants.
Greenville A. Spear, Aurora; promoted second lieutenant.
Joy Jay Tarble, Aurora; promoted second lieutenant; declined; mustered out May 28, 1865, as private.
Melvin Tarble, Aurora; private; discharged August 31, 1863, for promotion as hospital steward United States Army.
Freeman L. Campbell, Aurora; promoted first lieutenant.

Corporals.
George M. Cronk, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as first sergeant; commissioned second lieutenant: not mustered.
Levi Morgan. Aurora; discharged July 6, 1865, as sergeant.
Oliver D. Bonney, Aurora; sergeant; discharged January 13, 1864, for promotion second lieutenant Sixty-sixth United States Colored Infantry.
Charles E. Otis, Aurora; mustered out June 2, 1865, as private.
Alvin A. Page, Aurora; died at Lagrange, Tennessee, November 23, 1862.
George R. Robinson, Aurora; private; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps January 15, 1864.
Russell Richardson, Aurora; mustered out May 28, 1865, as private.
Samuel Miner, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as sergeant.

Musicians.
Joseph E. Merrill, Aurora; promoted principal musician.
Xenophon Beher, Aurora; discharged January 19, 1864, for promotion chief bugler Third United States Colored Cavalry.

Wagoner.
Albert B. Albee, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.

Privates.
Orrin C. Allison, Aurora; died Vicksburg August 16, 1863.
Merritt Allen, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Charles B. Allaire, Aurora: promoted sergeant major.
Gustavus Alcott, Aurora; mustered out May 28, 1865.
Robert T. Anderson, Aurora; discharged November 21, 1863; disability.
Theodore Bammer. Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Wallace W. Baker, Aurora; mustered out May 31, 1865, as sergeant.
George H. Baker, Aurora; discharged March 29, 1863; disability.
Frank Bailey, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as corporal.
Samuel A. Campbell. Aurora; discharged January 4, 1864, for promotion as first sergeant Third United States

Colored Cavalry.
John D. Church, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
William Cassalee, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
William Carpenter. Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
William H. Crosby, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Florence M. Crosbh. Aurora; discharged January 10, 1864, for promotion as first sergeant Third United States

Colored Cavalry.
James R. Chidester, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Henry E. Daniels, Aurora; discharged December n, 1863, to enlist as hospital steward United States Army.
Horace M. Drake, Aurora; mustered out May 3, 1865.
Solomon S. Dennison, Aurora; discharged December 13, 1863, for promotion as quartermaster sergeant Third

United States Colored Cavalry.
Warren H. Ensign, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
James A. Egleston, Aurora; discharged August 26, 1863; disability.
Charles Edson, Aurora; discharged May 7, 1863; disability.
Henry H. Evans, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Henry Fransham, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as,sergeant.
William Ferrin, Aurora; detached at muster out of regiment.
Jacob F. Fisher, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Theophilus Gaines, Aurora; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps April 2, 1864.
Theodore Golden, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Martin J. Gould. Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
James R. Gillett, Aurora; discharged January 3, 1863; disability.
Willis A. Gardner, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Jason Gregory, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as corporal.
William Hurlbut, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Austin P. Hatch, Aurora; discharged August 7, 1863; disability.
James A. Hurd, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as corporal.
Daniel Harris, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Ashael Judd, Aurora; discharged January -2, 1864, for promotion quartermaster sergeant Fifth United States H. A. C.
Herman Kennedy, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Martin Lenox, Aurora; killed at Champion Hills, Mississippi, May 16, 1863.
William T. Murray, Aurora; mustered out June 17, 1865.
Henry J. Morton, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
John Miles, Aurora; died Chicago April 14, 1865.
John A. Miller, Aurora; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps October 28, 1863.
Orlando J. McCollum, Aurora; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps January 15, 1865.
George Ormes, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Emerson Pinney, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as corporal.
David H. Parsons, Aurora; corporal; died at home July 23, 1864.
John J. Potter, Aurora; died St. Louis August 12, 1863.
George W. Rake, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as corporal.
Alphonzo Rice, Aurora; killed at Champion Hills, Mississippi, May 16, 1863.
George W. Slate, Aurora; discharged October 8, 1864; disability.
Albert Stickles, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
George A. Snow, Aurora; killed at Champion Hills, Mississippi, May 16, 1863.
Charles H. Sneidecker, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as sergeant.
Byron Snow, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865, as sergeant.
Harvey S. Seymore, Aurora; discharged April 2, 1864, for promotion quartermaster sergeant Fifth United States H.A.C.
Wilford A. Seymore, Aurora; mustered out June 7, 1865, as corporal on detached service.
Peter F. Shyler, Aurora; killed at Champion Hills, Mississippi, May 16, 1863.
Leroy J. Smith, Aurora; drowned September 29, 1863, while trying to escape from burning steamer Campbell.
David Smith, Aurora; discharged April 25, 1864; wounds.
Joseph Sedgwick, Aurora; corporal; discharged December 15, 1863; promoted first sergeant in Third United States Colored Cavalry.
Martin J. Tarble, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Charles Tittsworth, Aurora; died at Memphis June 23, 1863; wounds.
William Van Sickle, Aurora; discharged October 20, 1862; disability.
George A. White, Aurora; mustered out May 23, 1865.
John Waldvogel, Aurora; discharged November 18, 1862; disability.
William Wright, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Wallace Wilder, Aurora; died at Annapolis, Maryland, March 16, 1865.
John Woodward, Aurora; discharged August 26, 1863; disability.
Charles Woodward, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Evans M. Waterman, Aurora; discharged March 6, 1863; disability.
Albert A. Westever, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Harvey Woodcock, Aurora; mustered out August 15, 1865.
Henry Young, Aurora; discharged December 3, 1863; disability.

Recruit.
Henry Loomis, Aurora; discharged February 26, 1863; disability.


HISTORY OF ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY.
The One Hundred and Twenty-seventh Infantry was raised under the call of President Lincoln for five hundred thousand volunteers in the summer of 1862. Company A was recruited in Kendall county; Company B, in and around Chicago; Company C, at Elgin; Company D, in Grundy county; Company E, at St. Charles; Company F, at Piano; Company G, in Chicago; Company H, about Lyons; Company I, at Elgin, and Company K, at Aurora and Big Rock. The regiment was mustered in this service at Camp Douglas September 6, 1862.
The regiment performed a considerable amount of guard duty in Camp Douglas, where the Harper's Ferry prisoners were sent in the fall of 1862.
The command drew a full complement of English Enfield rifles in the beginning of November, 1862, and on the 9th of that month departed over the Illinois Central railway for Cairo, where it went on board the steamer Emerald, and landed at Memphis, Tennessee, on the 13th. Went into camp near the city and was assigned to the First Brigade, Second Division, Fifteenth Army Corps, then a part of the right wing of the Army of the Tennessee.
On the 26th of November departed on the expedition under General W. T. Sherman in pursuit of Generals Price and Van Dorn. Marched to the neighborhood of Oxford, Mississippi, where the command was reviewed by General Grant, and returned without encountering the enemy, to Memphis, on the 13th of December.
On the 20th of that month embarked on the Mississippi river as a part of the expedition under General Sherman, destined to operate against Vicksburg. Reached the Yazoo December 25 and was engaged in the operations on the Chickasaw Bayou from December 26 to January 1, during which its losses were one man killed (William Elmy, of Company H) and seven wounded. A number of men soon after died of malignant measles.
The regiment was with the expedition under General McClernand, which captured Arkansas Post, January 11, 1863, and was one of the first to plant its colors on the enemy's works. Its losses in the assault were two killed, twenty wounded and nine missing.
Following this expedition the army encamped at Young's Point, and on the peninsula opposite Vicksburg, where the 127th performed picket and fatigue duty, working on the famous "canal" begun by General Butler, and during the next three months having a great amount of sickness in its ranks, and losing a large number of men by disease. At times the regiment could report scarcely a hundred men for duty.
The 127th took part in the expedition to Steele's and Black Bayous in March, but, though suffering great hardships, returned without loss.
It was engaged in the movements to Grand Gulf, and in the rear of Vicksburg in May, and, when General Grant's army closed upon the doomed city on the 18th of the month it formed a part of the line of battle of the Fifteenth Corps, on the right of the army.
It was in the bloody assaults upon the Vicksburg lines, May 19 and 22, on the first day planting its colors on the glacis of the rebel works, and maintaining its position until nightfall, when the troops were withdrawn. The losses of the regiment in the two engagements were about fifteen killed and sixty wounded.
During the siege of Vicksburg the regiment was on detached duty at the Chickasaw Bayou until within a few days of the surrender, when it returned to the trenches, and was present at the surrender of the rebel stronghold July 4, 1863.
On the night following the surrender all the men fit for duty, less than fifty in number, under Major Curtiss, marched with General Sherman's command, which drove General Joe Johnston from Jackson a few days later. During these operations the remnant of the regiment was under the immediate command of Lieutenant Richmond, of Company E.
Following the defeat of Johnston, the Fifteenth Corps went into camp near Black river, about fifteen miles east of Vicksburg, where it remained until ordered, in September, to Chattanooga.
After the return of the Fifteenth Corps from Jackson, the One Hundred and Twenty-seventh was granted about twenty-five furloughs and leaves of absence. When the regiment went into camp at Black river it had less than one hundred men fit for duty, about four hundred being in the hospital on Walnut Hills, in the rear of Vicksburg.
On the 22d of September the Fifteenth Army Corps, under orders from General Grant, broke camp on Black river, and, marching to Vicksburg, took steamers for Memphis, from which point the troops marched overland, three hundred miles, to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where they began to arrive about the ijth of November. There was considerable fighting at Collierville, on the line of the Memphis and Charleston Railway, and in the neighborhood of Tuscumbia, Alabama, but, in spite of all opposition, the corps arrived in splendid fighting trim in front of General Bragg's army at Chattanooga, and took part in the battles of Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge, November 22 to 25. which ended in the total discomfiture of the rebel forces with heavy loss.
During the march through the mountains between Bridgeport and Chattanooga the One Hundred and Twenty-seventh was on detached service guarding trains. Following the defeat of Bragg it formed a part of General Sherman's expedition for the relief of General Burnside. besieged in Knoxville, Tennessee, by the rebel General Longstreet, marching to within a few miles of that place and returning to Bridgeport about the 18th of December.
In January, 1864, the Fifteenth Corps was cantoned along the Memphis and Charleston Railway, the divisions occupying Huntsville, Woodville, Larkinsville and Scottsboro, in northern Alabama, the Second Division, to which the One Hundred and Twenty-seventh belonged, being stationed at Larkinsville.
During the latter part of January and the beginning of February, the regiment took part in the forward movement of the corps, which crossed the Tennessee river near its southern bend, and made a demonstration in favor of General W. T. Sherman, then engaged in his famous raid from Vicksburg toward Meridian, Mississippi, at the head of the Seventeenth Army Corps.
During the encampment at Larkinsville a number of the officers of the One Hundred and Twenty-seventh sent for their wives, who visited them in camp and remained several weeks.
A sad occurrence, and one which cast a gloom over the regiment greater than the loss of twenty men in battle, was the murder of Joseph E. Corby, of Company I, who was found dead in front of our camp on the morning of January 24, 1864.
The regiment broke camp at Larkinsville on the 1st day of May. 1864, and moved with its division toward Chattanooga, which place was reached on the 5th, and on the evening of the same day encamped on the Chickamauga battlefield with the Army of the Tennessee, then under command of General J. B. McPherson.
The One Hundred and Twenty-seventh took part in the series of battles around Resaca, notably the one on the evening of May 14, when the brigade to which it was attached carried the fortified line along the slope of Conasine creek by a desperate assault with the bayonet, in which the regiment bore a conspicuous part and captured a number of prisoners. Immediately following this successful charge came the return assault of General Cleburne's rebel division, which made three furious charges upon our lines only to be bloodily repulsed. In the operations in front of Resaca the One Hundred and Twenty- seventh lost one man killed and three wounded.
In the sharp fighting among the Dallas Hills from the 26th of May to June 1 the 127th was almost constantly under fire, showing conspicuous gallantry in the actions of the 27th and 29th. Daniel T. Lane, of Company E, was seriously wounded on the 27th.
On the 4th of June the enemy abandoned his strong works at Dallas and fell back behind the still stronger position on and around Kenesaw Mountain and Pine Hill, where he maintained himself for nearly a month, during which period it rained almost incessantly, making active operations nearly impossible.
On the 27th of June occurred the desperate assault of the Fifteenth Corps upon Kenesaw Mountain, which frowned a thousand feet above the heads of our men, covered with rifle pits, strong parapets, and death-dealing batteries. In this marvelous affair the One Hundred and Twenty-seventh stood up grandly under the most terrible fire it had ever encountered.
On the 2d of July the enemy abandoned the defenses of Kenesaw and fell back to the Chattahoochee river. On the 6th our advance was in sight of Atlanta, and on the I2th and 13th the Army of the Tennessee was transferred by a rapid movement from the extreme right to the extreme left, and, following Garrard's cavalry column across the Chattahoochee near Rosswell, entrenched itself and compelled the rebel commander to retreat across the river into his Atlanta lines. The One Hundred and Twenty-seventh took part in all these movements.
The whole army now crossed the Chattahoochee, and the battle of Peach Tree Creek followed on the 2Oth of July. General John B. Hood had been placed in command of the rebel army on the 19th in place of General Joseph E. Johnston, relieved by Jefferson Davis, and fighting became desperate.
In the bloody engagement of the 22d of July, east of Atlanta, in which the lamented McPherson fell, the One Hundred and Twenty-seventh was in the thickest of the fray, the brigade to which it belonged being led into the fight by General Logan in person.
A few days later the Fifteenth Corps was transferred to the extreme right of the army, where, on the 28th of July, it was furiously assailed by a corps of Hood's army, which was repulsed with terrible loss, leaving no less than eight hundred and twenty-eight dead in front of our lines. " The weight of the attack fell upon the Second Division of our corps. The One Hundred and Twenty-seventh, forming the extreme right of the army, and, being mostly on the skirmish line, came very near being captured. The timely arrival of a brigade of the Fourteenth Corps, piloted upon the field by Robert Murphy. a drummer boy of the One Hundred and Twenty-seventh, saved the day. The losses of the regiment on this day were Corporal John T. Bennett and William Peterson, of Company D, and Alfred X. Murdock and William Pooley, of Company A, killed, and seventeen wounded and missing.
About this date Company G, Captain Sewell. was detailed at corps headquarters as provost guard, a position which it held for several months. On the 3ist of July the morning report of the One Hundred and Twenty-seventh showed only ninety-two men fit for duty carrying guns.
On the 3d of August the regiment took part in an attack on the rebel skirmish line to the west of Atlanta, in which it displayed its usual gallantry and lost a number of men, among whom were Sergeant Ira B. Whitney, of Company B, killed, and five men, including Captain A. C. Little, wounded. Elias Smithers, of Company E, died a few days later of wounds received.
The regiment participated in the subsequent operations around Atlanta, including the great flanking movement of August 27, by. which General Sherman placed the bulk of his army in the rear of General Hood and compelled him to evacuate Atlanta on the 2d of September. During the withdrawal of the army from the lines on the night of August 26 Sergeant Major William W. Law ton, of the One Hundred and Twenty-seventh, was mortally wounded and died the same night in the ambulance. This was the only casualty in the Army of the Tennessee during the movement.
The One Hundred and Twenty-seventh was hotly engaged in the battle of Jonesboro, below Atlanta, fought by Logan's corps on the 1st of September. its officers and men displaying the greatest gallantry and inflicting some loss upon the enemy. In this battle the killed were Sergeant J. R. Grassmire, of Company I; James Griffin, of Company H; Levi Mead, of Company F, and Francis H. Chappell, of Company D, and a number wounded.
On the 9th of September the army encamped around the captured city, the Second Division of the Fifteenth Corps occupying East Point, about six miles southwest of Atlanta. About this date Captain Gillette received his commission as major and Lieutenant Richmond was promoted captain of Company E.
The army remained in its cantonments until the beginning of October, during which period General Sherman exchanged two thousand prisoners with General Hood at Rough-and-Ready Station, below Atlanta. Among those exchanged were the boys of the One Hundred and Twenty-seventh captured on the 22d of July.
General Hood began his famous raid upon the communications of Sherman's army about the 1st of October, and on the 3d of the month Sherman's army was in rapid pursuit of the rebel army, which consisted of twenty-five thousand infantry and ten thousand cavalry. During the pursuit of Hood and the subsequent march through Georgia and South Carolina, the One Hundred and Twenty-seventh was commanded by Captain Charles Schryver, of Company F, the senior officer then with the regiment. From August 14, 1864, to April i, 1865, Colonel Curtiss was absent from the regiment. A portion of this time he was in command of a provisional division under General Scho- field, in North Carolina. Captain Little was also absent on furlough during the same period and was in command of four hundred men under General Schofield in North Carolina during a part of the time.
The One Hundred and Twenty-seventh accompanied Sherman's army on its grand march through Georgia and the Carolinas. From Atlanta to Columbia, South Carolina, it was on detached service, during which time it reported directly to the headquarters of the Army of the Tennessee. At Columbia it returned to the division, and took part in the operations, thence on to Goldsboro, North Carolina. During the month of January, 1865, it was encamped on the great rice plantations southwest of Savannah, Georgia. It was present at the capture of Columbia, South Carolina, and in the advance upon Fayetteville, North Carolina. A number of its men were engaged in a severe skirmish, in which Francis B. Imhoff, of Company B, was killed, and R. R. Parkin, of Company I, wounded. At the severe battle of Bentonville, March 19 and 20, it was for twenty-four hours on the skirmish line, but escaped without loss. At Goldsboro, North Carolina, the army encamped for about fifteen days, during which time it was furnished with a complete outfit of new clothing. At Goldsboro, Colonel Curtiss, Captain Little and forty or fifty furloughed men rejoined the regiment. Here also Sergeant James G. Naid was mustered in as adjutant, assuming his duties on the 1st of April, at which time Colonel Curtiss assumed command of the regiment. Captain Little was soon after detailed on detached duty.
The army left Goldsboro in pursuit of General Johnston on the 10th of April, and reached Raleigh, the capital of North Carolina, on the 14th where it went into camp in and around the city. The Fifteenth Corps was encamped during most of the time until the last of the month about one mile north of the city.
General Joseph E. Johnston surrendered the remaining armies of the Confederacy on the 26th of April, and on the 29th, the 127th, in company with the Fifteenth Corps, commenced the march from Raleigh to Petersburg, Virginia, one hundred and sixty-eight miles distant, which point was made in just six days, equal to twenty-eight miles a day. On the 13111 of May the army passed through Richmond, and on the 21st reached the vicinity of Washington, District of Columbia, and went into temporary camp on the hills west of Alexandria. The march through Virginia took the command through Petersburg, Richmond, Hanover Court House, Fredericksburg. Stafford, Dumfries and Occoquan. A portion of the One Hundred and Twenty-seventh visited Fort Darling, below Richmond, and made a flying visit to Mount Vernon, the home of Washington.
The One Hundred and Twenty-seventh took part in the grand review at headquarters and was specially complimented for its fine discipline and military bearing. During the next fourteen days the command was encamped near Fort Slocum, north of the city, where it was mustered for discharge on June 4 by Captain Potter, of the Seventieth Ohio Volunteers.
On the 7th of June the regiment left Washington for Chicago. It was finally mustered out on the 17th of June, 1865, after an arduous service of almost three years. The actual number of men finally discharged was about two hundred and forty, all that remained of the nine hundred with which the regiment left Camp Douglas in November, 1862.

ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY REGIMENT. (Three Years' Service.)
Major.
Frank C. Gillette, St. Charles; mustered out July 11, 1865.

Adjutant.
Addison A. Keys. Elgin; promoted captain Company H.

Quartermaster.
Samuel W. Durant, St. Charles: mustered out June 5, 1865.

First Assistant Surgeon.
Anson L. Clark, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.

NON-COMMISSIONED STAFF.
Quartermaster Sergeants.
Samuel W. Durant, St. Charles; promoted regimental quartermaster.
Ozias J. Lent, St. Charles; absent; sick at muster out of regiment.

Commissary Sergeant.
Ozias J. Lent, St. Charles; promoted quartermaster sergeant.

Hospital Stewards.
Charles Hill Duck. Elgin; discharged November 1, 1863.
Salem E. Weld, Elgin; mustered out June 5. 1865.

Principal Musicians.
Henry C. Elliott, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Joseph Smith, Aurora; died at Oswego, Illinois, June 16, 1863.

Company C.
Captains.
John S. Riddle, Elgin; died July 22, 1863.
William Warner, Hampshire; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.

First Lieutenants.
Thomas Clarck, Elgin; resigned March 2, 1863.
William Warner, Hampshire; promoted.
Lucius B. Patchin, Hampshire; resigned June 8, 1865.

Second Lieutenants.
William Warner, Hampshire; promoted.
Lucius B. Patchin, Hampshire; promoted.

First Sergeant.
Lucius B. Patchin, Hampshire; promoted second lieutenant, then first lieutenant.
Sergeants.
Edwin Wheedon, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Amos S. Patton, Hampshire; transferred to Invalid Corps December 2. 1863.
Charles W. Guptill, Elgin; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.
Theophilus Remvick, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.

Corporals.
Cullen Allen, Hampshire; mustered out June 8, 1865, as first sergeant.
James L. Sheehan, Elgin; wounded; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.
Clark Bradon, Elgin; discharged December —, 1862.
Romulus F. Boreman, Elgin; private; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.
Benjamin Hewitt, Elgin; discharged August 29, 1863.
Lorenzo Patchin, Hampshire; private; wounded; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.
David W. Chapman. Elgin; discharged February 14, 1863.
Henry Hadlock, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.

Privates.
Thomas Bennett, Hampshire; discharged December 29, 1863.
James H. Bartlett, Elgin; died at Walnut Hill, Mississippi, July 27, 1863.
John Battinger, Hampshire; mustered out June 5, 1865; wounded.
Emmer Bowen, Hampshire; transferred to Invalid Corps January 10, 1865.
Friend F. Church, Hampshire; died at Milliken's Bend June n, 1863.
James W. Cox, Elgin; mustered out June 5. 1865.
Patrick H. Dooley, Plato; deserted; furnished a substitute in George H. Burnside, who refused to act but mustered in on own hook.
William D. Daggett, Jr.. Elgin; died at Walnut Hill, Mississippi, June 29, 1863.
Edmund Dogherty. Hampshire; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal. Alexander Dennis, Elgin; color sergeant; wounded; died July 28, 1864.
Henry Darville, Hampshire; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.
Philander S. Earl, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Byron G. Eaton, Hampshire; deserted; furnished substitute until July, 1863; substitute deserted.
William Fogg, Elgin; discharged February 14, 1863.
Cyruel Gage, Hampshire; deserted; date unknown.
Charles Gustason, Elgin; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.
John Gable, Elgin; transferred to Invalid Corps September 18, 1863.
Joseph Gould, Elgin; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.
Jonathan L. Haines, Hampshire; sergeant; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.
Malachi Hanslin, Hampshire; mustered out June 9, 1865.
Michael Hemrick, Hampshire; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Edwin Hammond, Elgin; died at Milliken's Bend June 13, 1863.
George H. Himes, Elgin; deserted; furnished substitute; deserted soon as paid.
Theodore Hougland, Elgin; died at Keokuk June 21, 1863.
Albert Inglesby, Elgin; died at Marietta, Georgia, September 15, 1864.
Alfred Johnson, Elgin; died at Milliken's Bend April 8, 1863.
John Keller, Hampshire; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.
George Kirkpatrick, Elgin; wounded; transferred to Invalid Corps December I, 1863.
George H. Knott, Elgin; mustered out June 19, 1865.
Lewis F. Kurtz, Hampshire; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
Lewis Little, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Jesse Mabee, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
John Maher, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
Nicholas Miller, Hampshire; died January 16, 1863; wounds.
James Murray, Elgin; discharged January 9, 1863.
Michael Murray, Plato; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.
John McCartney, Elgin; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.
William Nicholson, Elgin; died at Camp Sherman, Mississippi, September 22, 1863.
Patrick O'Flaherty, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
Thomas Parkin, Elgin; died at Elgin August 30, 1863.
Hercules P. Rice, Elgin; died at Young's Point February 22, 1863.
John Saunders, Elgin; died at Camp Sherman, Mississippi, September i, 1863.
John Smithing, Hampshire; discharged June 15, 1863.
John Senift, Hampshire; died at Vicksburg May 19, 1863; wounds.
Joseph Smithing, Hampshire; died St. Louis February 8, 1863.
John R. Sutter, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.
James Schoonhoven, Elgin; discharged November 21, 1863.
John Taylor, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Oscar T. Thompson. Hampshire; corporal; died at Walnut Hill, Mississippi, July 2, 1863.
John Taylor (2), Elgin; died Wyatt, Mississippi, December 4, 1862.
Monroe Underbill, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
Luman H. Westover, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Ruel R. Welch, Elgin; discharged June 20, 1863; wounds.
Henry Whelpley, Hampshire; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Patrick Wallace. Hampshire; mustered out June 5, 1865. as sergeant.
John Wallace, Hampshire; died July 29, 1864; wounds.

Recruit.
Edmund C. Ball, Hampshire; mustered out June 21, 1865; wounds.

Company E.
Captains.
Frank C. Gillette, St. Charles; promoted major.
James F. Richmond, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865.

First Lieutenants.
James F. Richmond, St. Charles; promoted.
Frederick Knight, St. Charles; resigned September 20, 1864; second lieutenant.
Ira F. Hall, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865.

Second Lieutenant.
Frederick Knight. St. Charles; promoted.

First Sergeant.
James G. Nind, St. Charles; promoted adjutant.

Sergeants.
Samuel W. Durant, St. Charles; private; promoted quartermaster sergeant.
Jesse Curren, St. Charles; killed Vicksburg May 19, 1863.
Henry M. Sill. St. Charles; mustered out January 13, 1863, as private.
John M. Metcalf. St. Charles; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps March 15, 1865.

Corporals.
Ozias J. Lent, St. Charles; private; promoted commissary sergeant.
Henry. J. Parker, St. Charles; mustered out May 31, 1865, as private.
Henry Person, St. Charles; discharged February 10, 1863, as private.
Ira F. Hall, St. Charles; promoted sergeant, then first lieutenant.
Wallace M. Peirce, St. Charles; deserted January 18, 1863.
George A. Dunham, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as private.
Eugene A. Me Wayne, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as sergeant.

Privates
George H. Aldrich, St. Charles; died Memphis January 12, 1863.
Frank Avert, St. Charles; mustered out June 29, 1865.
Charles H. Beach, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as sergeant.
John Z. Belyea, St. Charles; corporal; died at home November 23, 1863.
Michael Bolf, St. Charles; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.
Charles Bowman. St. Charles; discharged February 5, 1863.
Jeremiah Becker, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865; wounded.
Philip Brisbin, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Edgar U. Benedict, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865.
James Blomly, St. Charles; mustered out June 5. 1865, as corporal.
Joseph Clark, St. Charles; discharged July 27, 1863; disability.
John S. DeWolf, St. Charles; discharged for promotion May 27, 1864.
William Dickenson, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865.
James Doyle, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
Dennis Doyle, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865.
James Earnshaw, St. Charles; transferred to Invalid Corps December I, 1863.
Thomas Evison, St. Charles; discharged February 7, 1865.
George C. Elliott, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as first sergeant.
Henry C. Elliott, St. Charles; promoted principal musician.
Charles Person, St. Charles; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.
Eugene Fowler, St. Charles; discharged April 18, 1864; wounds.
Andrew Goldsbury, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
Valentine O. Gilbert, St. Charles; transferred to Invalid Corps November 7, 1863; mustered out July 17, 1865.
Julius A. Gre.en, St. Charles; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.
John M. Green, St. Charles; died at Young's Point, Louisiana, March 7, 1863.
Hay Guthrie, St. Charles; died at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana, April 15, 1863.
Alfred T. Hart, Geneva; discharged February 17, 1864; disability.
John Hight, Geneva; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Nathaniel A. Haile, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
Washington Hammon, St. Charles; discharged March n, 1863.
John J. Hand, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
Charles J. Kolson, Geneva; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Michael Kelly, St. Charles; discharged March 4, 1863.
Francis Kirk, St. Charles; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.
Daniel T. Lane, St. Charles: mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
Michael Lincoln, St. Charles; died at Arkansas Post January 11, 1863.
Frank W. Lynde, St. Charles; mustered out May 12, 1865.
Michael Murphy, St. Charles; mustered out May 22, 1865.
Isaac P. Michael, St. Charles; discharged April 9. 1863.
Charles M. Michael, St. Charles; discharged February 22, 1863.
Robert Marsden, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Felix McFarlane, St. Charles; mustered out June 5! 1865.
Franklin Newman, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as sergeant.
Ozro B. Pratt, St. Charles; corporal; killed at Atlanta, Georgia, July 22, 1864.
Michael Ronon, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Thomas Ryan. St. Charles; died at Rome, Georgia, August 5, 1864; wounds.
Luther B. Swarthout, St. Charles; corporal; died at home December 21,
Isaac Swarthout, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as musician.
Elias Smithers, St. Charles; died at Marietta, Georgia, August 18, 1864; wounds.
William Switzer, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
James Stricklin, Elgin; discharged February 3, 1864, as corporal; disability.
John Smith (1), Geneva: discharged April 14, 1863; disability.
Charles Switzers. Elgin; deserted.
John Smith (2), Geneva; mustered out June 5. 1865, as corporal.
George Tyler, St. Charles; died at Vicksburg July 9, 1863; wounds.
John P. Trumbull. St. Charles; discharged August 29, 1863, as corporal.
Charles Trumbull, St. Charles; transferred to Invalid Corps December 1, 1863.
Charles O. Thompson, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Judson Thompson, Kane county; died at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana. April 16, 1863.
Deid'rich H. Tangentn, St. Charles; sergeant; transferred to Invalid Corps February 15, 1864.
Brainerd T. Wheeler, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as sergeant.
August Winder, Elgin; deserted November 5, 1862.

Recruit.
Harley Beach, Virgil; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.

Company F.
Captain.
Charles Schryver, Aurora; mustered out June 5, 1865.

Corporal.
David D. Schryver. Big Rock; mustered out June 5, 1865, as sergeant.

Musician.
Joseph E. Smith. Aurora; died at Oswego, Illinois, June 16, 1863.

Privates.
William D. Coulson, Big Rock; mustered out June 5, 1865; wounded.
Warren Dick, Big Rock; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
Harrison Horton, Big Rock; died at Camp Sherman, Mississippi. September 10, 1863.
Henry Houghtaylen. Big Rock; died Memphis September 4, 1863.
David Vaughn, Big Rock; mustered out May 25, 1865.
Alonzo Voris, Big Rock; died at Young's Point, Louisiana. January 31, 1863.

COMPANY H.
Privates.
Harley Beach, St. Charles; transferred to Company E.
William Bushey, St. Charles; transferred to Company E.
Adam Widner, Rutland; transferred to Company C.

COMPANY I.
Captains.
Frederick A. Raymond. Elgin; dishonorably discharged July 6, 1864.
Nelson H. Merrill, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.

First Lieutenants.
Horace Perry, St. Charles; resigned July 5, 1863.
Nelson H. Merrill, Elgin; promoted.
Benjamin C. Wilkins, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.

Second Lieutenants.
Addison A. Keys, Elgin; promoted adjutant.
James S. Loper, Elgin; discharged March 31, 1864.

First Sergeant.
Marcellus B. Joslyn, Elgin; discharged February 4, 1863.

Sergeants.
James S. Loper, Elgin; promoted first sergeant, then second lieutenant.
Benjamin C. Wilkins, Elgin; promoted first lieutenant.
George Preston, Elgin; discharged July 11, 1863, as private.
William V. Adams, Elgin; died in Andersonville Prison September 11, 1865; grave No. 8,402.

Corporals.
William H. Holden, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865, as first sergeant.
Nicholas Hareth, Elgin; mustered out June 19, 1865, as private.
Ora B. Douglass, Elgin; first sergeant; died at St. Louis July 28, 1863; wounds.
Calvin Shurtliff, Virgil; discharged April 10, 1863.
Robert Scott, Virgil; discharged July i, 1863.
Charles E. Hunter, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865, as private.
Julius C. Pratt, Elgin; sergeant; died at Memphis July 19, 1863.

Musicians.
Ralph S. Hunn, Elgin; transferred to Invalid Corps May 15, 1864.
Joseph B. Corbey, Elgin; died at Larkinsville, Alabama, June 25, 1864.

Privates.
Charles Malls, Batavia; transferred to Company B.
James T. McMasters, Batavia; transferred to Company B.
Nathaniel Ratcliff, Batavia; transferred to Company B.
Edwin A. Williams, Batavia; transferred to Company B.
Beman W. Adams, Plato; deserted January 29, 1863.
James Bowman, Elgin; discharged; date unknown.
Peter Bartleine. Elgin; died St. Louis October 16, 1863.
William F. Becker, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal; was prisoner.
Lafayette Boutwell, Virgil; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Norman Billington, Plato; discharged February 5, 1863.
Thomas Caton, Plato; mustered out June 5, 1865.
John W. Carr, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
John Collins, Plato; mustered out June 5, 1865, as sergeant.
John S. Cox, Elgin; mustered out May 15, 1865; wounded.
Edward A. Cummings, Elgin; mustered out June 20, 1865.
George Colie, Elgin; mustered out June 5. 1865.
Moses Cherry, Kane county; deserted September 10. 1862.
George A. Culbertson, Elgin; died at Bridgeport, Alabama, November 19, 1863.
Charles H. Duck, Elgin; promoted hospital steward.
John J. Dougherty, Plato; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
George R. Eastman, Plato; mustered out June 5, 1865, as sergeant; was prisoner.
James Ellis. Plato; reported deserter August 23. 1864.
John H. Eraser, Plato; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Alexander Eraser, Plato; discharged July 29, 1863.
William H. Eraser, Rutland; corporal; died at Elgin, Illinois, December 12, 1863.
Henry Folmer, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
Frederick S. Gray, Elgin; died at Young's Point, Louisiana, Tune 23, 1863.
Horatio Gray, Elgin; deserted January 29, 1863.
Joseph R. Grassmire, Elgin; sergeant; died at East Point, Georgia, September 4, 1864; wounds.
Franklin Howard, Virgil; mustered out June 5. 1865.
Peter Hines, Elgin; mustered out June 5. 1865.
Edward V. Jackson, Burlington; mustered out June 5. 1865.
John P. Konaka, Elgin; transferred to Invalid Corps June 13, 1864.
Mark P. Ladd, Plato; died St. Louis January 5, 1863.
George W. London, Plato; deserted September 10, 1862.
John J. McClear, Elgin; discharged February —, 1863.
Albert Messenger, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Nelson C. Morey, Plato; killed Vicksburg May 19, 1863.
Ezra W. Morehouse. Plato; died at Napoleon. Arkansas, January 18, 1863.
William McNicle, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865, as sergeant.
Andrew McCornack, Rutland; mustered out June 5, 1865, as sergeant.
Andrew W. McCornack, Rutland; mustered out June 5, 1865.
William F. McCornack, Rutland; mustered out June 5, 1865; was prisoner.
Nelson H. Merrill, Elgin; promoted first sergeant, first lieutenant and captain.
Hiram O. Perry, Elgin; discharged February 6, 1863; disability.
Frederick G. Peasley, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Richard Parkins, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
John Plant, Elgin; mustered out June 5. 1865, as corporal; was prisoner.
Joseph Priller, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Frank Plantey, Hampshire; died Memphis August 22, 1863.
John Peters. Elgin; mustered out June 5. 1865.
Isaiah Ross, Elgin; discharged February 5. 1863.
Alfred F. Roberts, Elgin; corporal; died at Memphis June 7. 1863; wounds.
Charles Schroeder. Elgin; corporal; died at Memphis September 25, 1863; wounds.
Theodore Schroeder, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Charles Seidle, Elgin; died Elgin; date unknown.
Fred Sother, Elgin; died at Young's Point February 22, 1863.
William G. Scott, Elgin; died at Walnut Hills, Mississippi, July 28, 1863.
Joseph A. Spaulding, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.
George W. Schoonhoven, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865.
Roswell W. Turner, Elgin; discharged March —, 1863.
Alex. Thompson, Elgin; deserted September 10, 1862.
Salem E. Weld, Elgin; promoted hospital steward.
George Wilcox, Plato; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.

Recruits.
Henry Hager, Elgin; transferred to Company D, Fifty-fifth Illinois Infantry.
Robert L. Todd, Elgin; died at Allatoona, Georgia, June 15, 1864.

Unassigned Recruits.
William Hosier, Batavia; discharged May 14, 1864.
John Moore, Sugar Grove.
Charles M. Tompkins, Batavia.
William Tompkins, Batavia; died Camp Butler April 9, 1864.
Frederick Terwilliger, Aurora.

Company K.
Captain.
Alexander C. Little, Big Rock; mustered out June 5, 1865.

First Sergeant.
Alexander C. Little, Big Rock; wounded August 3, 1864; promoted captain.

Corporal.
George S. Foster, Big Rock; discharged April 19, 1863; disability.

Privates.
George S. Armstrong, Big Rock; mustered out to date June 5, 1865.
Edward S. Bateman, Big Rock; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
Samuel G. Bateman, Big Rock; discharged June 19, 1863; disability.
Edwin A. Fountain, Big Rock; corporal; died at Walnut Hill, Mississippi, June 17, 1863; wounds.
George Hoagland, Big Rock; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal.
John Leader, Big Rock; transferred to Invalid Corps December 15, 1863.

Unassigned Recruit.
Joseph Crosson, Kane county.


ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTIETH INFANTRY REGIMENT. (Three Years' Service.)
Company G.
Private,
Jacob D. Wigton. Geneva.


HISTORY OF ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SECOND INFANTRY.
The One Hundred and Thirty-second Infantry Illinois Volunteers was organized at Camp Fry, Chicago, Illinois, by Colonel Thomas J. Pickett, and was mustered in for one hundred days from June i, 1864.
Moved, June 6, for Columbus, Kentucky, and arrived on the 8th, reporting to Brigadier General Henry Prince. On the 15th of June moved to Paducah, Kentucky, and reported to Colonel S. G. Hicks.
The regiment remained on duty at Paducah until expiration of service, when it moved to Chicago, and was mustered out October 17, 1864.

ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SECOND INFANTRY REGIMENT. (One Hundred Days' Service.)
Company C.

Captain.
Charles Barker, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.

Second Lieutenant.
H. A. Hinckley, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.

First Sergeant.
R. B. Campbell, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.

Sergeants.
L. B. Persons. Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
John Bevier, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.

Corporals.
George Hackney, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
Sylvester H. Schuyler, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
Walter W. Bostwick, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
J. H. Damon, Blackberry Station; mustered out October 17, 1864.

Wagoner
John Saltsgiver, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.

Privates.
John Bailey, Aurora: mustered out October 17, 1864.
George C. Baird, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
Frank Breese, Aurora; mustered out October 17. 1864.
George Betts. Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
Green Bennett, Sugar Grove; mustered out October 17, 1864.
Charles Clute. Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
Rollin Connell, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
James Cavenaugh. Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
D. S. Darling, .Aurora; absent; not mustered in.
Levi Dunbar. Aurora; mustered out October 17. 1864.
Robert C. Fetch. Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
J. R. Flanders, Aurora: mustered out October 17. 1864.
F. B. Foster, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
Fred Groch, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
George Hollenbeck, Aurora; absent; not mustered in.
George Hopler, Aurora; absent; not mustered in.
Charles F. Harrall, Aurora; absent; not mustered in.
James Judson, Aurora; absent; not mustered in.
Mark W. Kendall, Blackberry Station; mustered out October 17, 1864.
George Latham, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
William Martin, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
J. J. Miller, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
Reuben E. Perkins, Sugar Grove; mustered out October 17, 1864.
William Robinson, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
Charles W. Scarlett, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
William F. Spaulding, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
Joseph Shuster, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
Henry P. Starr, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
Edward P. Wells, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
Wm. H. Woodward, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.
William Wade, Aurora; mustered out October 17, 1864.

COMPANY I.
Private.
James Scupham. Blackberry; mustered out October 17, 1864.


HISTORY OF ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FOURTH INFANTRY.
The One Hundred and Thirty-fourth Infantry Illinois Volunteers was organized at Camp Fry, Chicago, Illinois, by Colonel Waters W. McChesney, and was mustered in May 31, 1864, for one hundred days.
Left camp June 3 for Columbus, Kentucky, where it was assigned to garrison duty.
Mustered out of service October 25, 1864, at Chicago, Illinois, by Lieutenant Joseph Horr, Thirteenth United States Infantry.

ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FOURTH INFANTRY REGIMENT. (One Hundred Days' Service.)
Company C.
Private.
William M. Gregory, Elgin; mustered out October 25, 1864.

COMPANY E.
Private.
Stephen Keck, Elgin; mustered out October 25, 1864.

COMPANY F.
Private.
John G. Hitchcock, Elgin: mustered out October 25, 1864.


ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY REGIMENT. (One Hundred Days' Service.)
COMPANY E.
Private.
Jeremiah Sands, Montgomery; mustered out September 24, 1864.


ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY REGIMENT. (One Hundred Days' Service.)
COMPANY I.
Corporal.
Clarke Howe, Rutland; mustered out October 14, 1864, as private.

Private.
William Carson, Rutland; mustered out October 14, 1864.


ONE HUNDRED AND FORTIETH INFANTRY REGIMENT. (One Hundred Days' Service.)
Company A.
Private.
William H. Harrison, Sugar Grove; mustered out October 29, 1864.


HISTORY OF ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIRST INFANTRY.
The One Hundred and Forty-first Infantry was mustered into the United States service at Elgin, June 16, 1864. Strength, eight hundred and forty-two. Departed for the field June 27, 1864. Was mustered out at Chicago, October 10, 1864.

ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIRST INFANTRY REGIMENT. (One Hundred Days' Service.)
Lieutenant Colonel.
Thomas Clark, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Adjutant.
Edward C. Lovell, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Quartermaster.
Alonzo H. Barry, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.

First Assistant Surgeon.
Francis C. Hagemann, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Chaplain.
Samuel S. Kimball, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Sergeant Major.

NON-COMMISSIONED STAFF.
Pearl De Hoyt, Geneva; mustered out October 10. 1864.
Quartermaster Sergeant.
Nehemiah J. Wheeler, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Principal Musicians.
Leveritt Hannegan, Elgin: mustered out October 10, 1864.
Russell Dickerson, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

COMPANY A.
Captain.
Phillip H. Carr, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.

First Lieutenant.
Thomas W. Teft, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Second Lieutenant.
Edward W. King, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

First Sergeant.
Charles W. Bennett, Plato; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Sergeants.
Frank Reeves, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James Benthuysen, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Corporals.
Daniel Metcalf, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas Clute, Plato; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George W. Salisbury, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Abner Wight, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George Smith, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James Mellon, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Henry Gillett, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Henry Nicholson, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Musicians.
William S. Moffatt, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Horace Smith, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Wagoner.
Charles Fowler, Hampshire; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Privates.
John A. Andrews, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles F. Benthuysen, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Howard Bartlett, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Alfred Baker, Eigin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William H. Bigelow, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Edward Burnidge, Plato; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Curtis A. Cody, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Clearman, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Christoph, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Coheld, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Nelson Cart, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John F. Critchton, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Edwin Campbell, Plato; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles W. Cole, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Joseph Daak, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Robert Duff, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Alexander Duff, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George A. Doolittle, Plato; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Dennis Dickson. Hampshire; transferred to Company H before muster in.
Frank E. Eaton, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Evans, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William C. Fox, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John C. Griffith. Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Gierheim, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Joachim Gaistor, Dundee; mustered out October 10. 1864.
Charles Gustason, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Henning, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Oliver A. Hinsdell, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William H. Hintze. Elgin; mustered out October IO, 1864.
John Heed, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George T. King, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George S. Kelly, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Wicliffe S. Long, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William B. Long, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles R. McClure, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Amos Perry, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Henry Pruss, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George Plumleigh, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Austin Roberts, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Rankin, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Alanson Reser, Plato; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George W. Rineheimer, Plato; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Henry Rose, Elgin; died at Columbus, Kentucky, September 25, 1864.
Rollin Remvick, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George Smith (2), Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William E. Smith, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Joseph Smith, Plato; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Shuckney, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Henry W. Salisbury, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Henry Shannon, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Francis Van Aken, Plato; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Lawrence Welch, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Woller, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Woller, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Moses W. Wilson, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Wellington Wilcox, Plato; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Milton Young, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Zimmerman, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.

COMPANY B.

Captain.
Alexander Grimes, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.

First Lieutenant.
Charles D. F. Smith, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Second Lieutenant.
Charles S. Gregg, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.

First Sergeant.
David W. Starkey, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Sergeants.
David A. Martin, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William A. Moore, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Edgar H. Killmore, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Robert M. Town, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Corporals.
Charles C. Auble, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Myron D. Palmer, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George Burton, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Loomis H. Grimes, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Winfield S. White, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Arthur D. Wilson, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas Dow, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Privates.
Romulus Andrews, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Montgomery Auble, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Ira M. Ely, Virgil; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Amos Burton, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Joseph Burton, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Henry J. Callaghan, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Chambers, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas M. Clapp, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Lucius L. Clark, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James A. Clure, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Garrett Cotters, Blackberry; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Alverado Dickerson, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Adolphus Eyando, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William W. Fowler, Elgin; drowned in Mississippi river at Columbus, Kentucky, September 3. 1864.
Eben Fuller, Burlington; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William P. Genge, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William W. Golden, Burlington; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Isaac F. Grimes, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Darwin C. Grow, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John A. Hadank, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
David N. Hall, Virgil; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Martin H. Hampton, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Hedland, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Philip Helmer, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Wilbur F. Higgins, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Jasper Hilbert, Elgin; died at Columbus, Kentucky, September 10, 1864.
Oscar D. Hill, Burlington; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Janes, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Samuel S. Kimball. Geneva; promoted chaplain.
Mark F. Kernan, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Chauncey L. King, Virgil; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John F. Lakins, Elgin: mustered out October 10. 1864.
George W. Mann, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Sedate P. Martin, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Jason McCann, Blackberry; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Benj. F. McLellan, Burlington; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Valentine McNitt. Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Adolphus Mead, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Joseph Monk, Batavia; mustered cut October 10, 1864.
Philip Murtaugh. Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Lewis Noahr, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Cornelius O'Laughlin, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Jerome Otis, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Alonzo Putnam, St. Charles; deserted June 17, 1864.
Albert W. Pease, Burlington; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Henry Pettenger, Burlington; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles A. Price, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James H. Payne. Batavia; mustered nut October 10, 1864.
Ira E. Robertson, Virgil; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Edward L. Rockwell, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James Row, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George W. Russell, Virgil; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Joseph W. Smith, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Steer, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Stephens, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Parley R. Sweet, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Clark W. Sweet, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
David H. Sawyer, Burlington; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles G. Thomas, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas S. Tapley, Plato; mustered out October 10, 1864.
David Twigg, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Levi L. Watrons, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Henry Whitle, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George C. Williams, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Walter S. Wilson. Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Fred A. Wood, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Wallace W. Woodruff, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Seymour A. Wolcott, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.

COMPANY C.
Captain.
Samuel H. Hunter. Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

First Lieutenant.
Michael J. Dunne, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Second Lieutenant.
James B. Robinson, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

First Sergeant.
Henry Phillips. Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Sergeants.
William F. Todd, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James W. Cook, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Clark Stewart, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Danford M. Jones, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Corporals.
Christopher Batterman, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Jerome G. Blackmail, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles F. Gifford, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Tibbots, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George Standage, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Christopher Ross, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Edwin S. Burdick, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Edwin Gifford, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Privates.
George W. Adams, Hampshire; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Ahle, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Oscar Babcock, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Batterman, Elgin; died at Columbus, Kentucky, September 18, 1864.
James Barker, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles D. Baker, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Frederick W. Barrick, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Ziba S. Beardsley, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Brown, Virgil; died at Columbus, Kentucky, September 4, 1864.
William Christoph, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James W. Cooke, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William W. Dike, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Gustavus Davis, Hampshire; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Albert W. Eaton, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Edmond Feehan, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Robert B. Gardner, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Amos Gilman, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Groff, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas Goodman, Rutland; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Patrick Goodman, Rutland; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John A. Gale, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Harper, Hampshire; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Eli Henderson, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Leveret Hennegan, Hampshire; promoted principal musician.
Ralph Hubble, Elgin; died at Columbus, Kentucky, August 30, 1864.
William Knox, Rutland; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Joseph L. Lakins, Virgil; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Edwin Lester, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John A. Mallory, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles D. Matthews, Burlington; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John McMahon, Rutland; mustered out October 10. 1864.
William McDonald, Elgin: mustered out October 10. 1864.
Henry McLean, Burlington; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Christian Meierhoff, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Earnest Meierhoff, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Neale, Campton; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Daniel Paddock, Hampshire; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Nathan B. Peterson, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George Perry, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas Powers, Rutland; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Pettit, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Ryan, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Lucius B. Rice, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James K. Rice, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Willard Stoddard, Elgin; died at Columbus, Kentucky. August 18, 1864.
Thomas Smith, Plato; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Arthur Spaulding, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Fred Smith, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Peter Smith, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Salisbury, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George W. Short, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William T. Strain, Hampshire; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Albert Tuffelmire, Hampshire; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Leman S. Tanner, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George P. Terril, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
DeWitt Torrence, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Jacob Vogle, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Carl Voss, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Waite, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Mathias Webber, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William S. Weeks, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Benjamin Webster Elgin; died at Columbus. Kentucky, July 20, 1864.
Frederick Westfahl, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Jay Wilbur, Dundee; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William H. Wilson, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Walters, Hampshire; deserted June 29, 1864.
Orestas W. Young, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Company D.
Captain.
Bryant D. Beach, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.

First Lieutenant.
Hiram Sargent, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Second Lieutenant.
Henry A. Person, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.

First Sergeant.
Charles A. Miller, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Sergeants.
John Johnston, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Orrin Lane, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Richard A. Sargent, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Palmer, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Corporals.
Charles Hyde, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Peter M. Kilron, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles H. Wallace, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Terrence Ryan, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Allen D. Matteson, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Joseph W. Whipple, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Allen Freeman, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Waldo Beach, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Musicians,
Rhoderick Parker, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George Barnum, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Privates.
Eugene Barnett, Blackberry; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Bowman, St. Charles; died at Columbus, Kentucky, July 2, 1864.
Horatio Blanchard, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas Boyle, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Hiram Brown; St. Charles; deserted.
Benjamin Burchell, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Conley, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Adelbert Conlon, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Cook, Elgin; died near Marion, Kentucky, of accidental wounds, August 21, 1864.
John Cronon, St. Charles; deserted.
Edward Delaney, St. Charles; deserted.
Michael Donon, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Anthony Duffy, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Homer Eddy, St. Charles; mustered out October 10. 1864.
James Elliott, St. Charles; deserted.
James Ellis, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Frank Fowler, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Michael Gebel, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Toney Gebel, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Golley, St. Charles; deserted.
Ezra Graham, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles A. Graves, Burlington; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George Goodier, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George H. Hall, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Herbert Hammond, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Washington Hammond, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Haveland, St. Charles; deserted.
Jeffrey Huggins, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Hines, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Malcomb Howe, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas Hudley, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Alvin Hyde, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Willie O. Hyde, St. Charles; died at Columbus, Kentucky, September 15, 1864.
James Jarvis, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Juckett, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Michael Kaysier, St. Charles; deserted.
Jeremiah Lane, St. Charles; deserted.
William B. Lloyd, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Patrick O'Malley, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Hosmer Mark, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James Marshall, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Marshall, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Almon Miller, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Miller, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Arthur Millington, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas Murray, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Peter Oleson, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas Pender, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James F. Partlow, Burlington; mustered out October Id, 1864.
Charles Sargent, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Lyman Sawyer, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Horace E. Smith, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Albert Stevens, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John E. Swarthout, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Harvey Tefft, Campton; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George Thompson, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Henry Tomlinson, St. Charles; mustered out October 10. 1864.
Adam F. VanVorst, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Washburn W. Vinton, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Francis W. Watson, Elgin; promoted assistant surgeon.
Lee Weed, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Franklin Wilson, St. Charles: deserted.
William B. Wilson, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Clarence Wodell, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Franklin Young, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William J. Young. Burlington; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Company E.
First Sergeant.
Ambrose Stearns, Elgin; mustered out to date October 10, 1864.

Sergeants.
Marshall S. Pritchard, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Oscar J. Twogood, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Robert C. Rowland, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles B. Detrick, Elgin; mustered out October 10. 1864.

Corporals.
Solomon Stevens, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Patrick Ford. Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Amos Cook, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John M. Mowatt, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
West C. W. Post, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Dillon, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William H. Upston, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Henry W. Lyon, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

COMPANY G.
Captain.
Charles Herrington, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Second Lieutenant.
Chester Stuart, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.

First Sergeant.
William S. Watrous, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Sergeants.
William Outhouse, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Richard Southgate, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Rial Botsford, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Felix Mayer, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Corporals.
George P. Cook, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George German, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Heal, Geneva; mustered out October 10. 1864.
Fidel Rudizer, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Newton J. Kendall, Geneva; mustered out October 10. 1864.
William McFadden, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Peter G. Miller, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Emery A. Matthewson, Elgin; absent; sick at muster out of regiment.

Privates.
John Ahles, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Emel Blackmere, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George Boynreif, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas Brennen, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Mark Brown, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Bacon, Elgin; deserted June 17. 1864.
Eugene B. Brown, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Eugene J. Casey, Elgin; deserted June 18, 1864.
Eli E. Curtis, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Henry Cottrell, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Jasper Cook, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas Carter, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Carroll, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Lawrence Condon, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Condon, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Samuel Chenney, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Winfield S. DeWolf, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Samuel Donelson. Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas Donor, Elgin; mustered out October 10. 1864
Daniel Ellis, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Martin Fink, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Albert Gilford, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Hendrickson, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Timothy Hay, Elgin; drowned in Mississippi river June 30, 1864.
Wilson Kelly, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Samuel Kelly, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Kimball, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Walter B. Kendall, Blackberry; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Albert Kendall, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Henry Loveland, Geneva; mustered out November 14 to date October 10, 1864.
Frederick Mayar, Geneva, mustered out November 14 to date October 10, 1864.
Edward McMellon, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles McBrairty, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Patrick Murphy; deserted June 25, 1864.
John Nelson, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Levi W. Olmstead, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George H. Oakley, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Wesley J. Powers, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Pride. Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Ezekiel Pratt, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Roseel Peck, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Robert F. Pouley, Blackberry; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George C. Pulver, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George W. Rowell, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Renwick, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
David Reed, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Marcus Reed. Geneva; mustered out October 10. 1864.
John Rogers, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Judson Stewart, Elgin; deserted June 20, 1864.
Freeman Stinchfield, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
David Silver, Blackberry; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Jackson Switzer, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Albert Seaton, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Ira D. Seaton, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Frank Seely, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas Smith, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Albert Town, Winfield; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Sanford H. Townsend, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Wilkerson, Blackberry; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Jacob Wilder, Geneva; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Frank Wilcox, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Frank Webb. Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Samuel Wise, Elgin; deserted June 17, 1864.
George Wallize, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Peter Wise, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James Wilson, Geneva; deserted June 26, 1864.
James Young, Elgin; deserted June 17, 1864.

Company H.
Privates.
August J. Burback, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George Doherty, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Dennis Dickson, Hampshire; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George W. Eldridge, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William H. Grant, Batavia; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Ginter, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John J. Gibbons, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Peters, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William J. Robinson, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Benjamin F. Warnock, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Peter Welsh, Elgin; deserted June 22, 1864.

COMPANY I.
Captain.
Robert H. Winslow, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.

First Lieutenant.
Daniel W. Coan, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Second Lieutenant.
Henry C. Dodge, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.

First Sergeant.
John W. Blake, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Sergeants.
Robert B. Edwards, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John M. Hughes, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Jewell, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Fayette S. Hatch, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Corporals.
Charles H. Rice, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John M. Hamilton, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Joseph M. Denning, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James C. Law, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Joseph Lawry, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Horace Hinkley, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Marian G. Traugh, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Edwin W. L. Rice, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Privates.
Nathaniel C. Austin, Sugar Grove; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George H. Austin, Sugar Grove; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Henry Bruce, Aurora; deserted June 24, 1864.
George Betts, Aurora; deserted June 24, 1864.
Eugene E. Beaver, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Henry Bews, Sugar Grove; mustered out October 20, 1864.
John H. Bathrick. Aurora; mustered out October to, 1864.
Carlotto Colson, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John D. Clarke, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Hiram Clarke, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James Cossalman, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Colburn, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Duane Darling, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Elijah Dunne, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John W. Edwards, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Ferkins, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas Fyfe, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James V. Gillett, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Jacob Goodrow, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Guy, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Andrew J. Gilbert, Aurora; died at Columbus, Kentucky, July 28, 1864.
Herbert W. Gilbert, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Frank Hamilton, Aurora; deserted June 20, 1864.
W. Philip Hilpish, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Hoat, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Lathrop F. Hubble, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Rufus F. Johnson, Sugar Grove; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John W. Johnson, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Delos Kearns, Big Rock; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Samuel W. Laury, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George Lappen, Kaneville; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Theron B. Lucky, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James E. Lomax, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Parsons Mix, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Frank Myer, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William McMullen, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Joseph Mar, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Munroe, Aurora; deserted June 24, 1864.
Maiden C. Newman, Sugar Grove; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Oats, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Walter Reed, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Roberts, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Ray, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James Rumble, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William K. Sullivan, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Napoleon Sloan, Sugar Grove; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Horace Satterlee, Sugar Grove; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Nelson M. Satterfield, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Stewart, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George Severance, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Stanard, Aurora; deserted June 24, 1864.
Thomas B. Smith, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Justus Terry, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Orren Thatcher, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Washington J. Terry, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Louis Thon, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John M. Van Nortrick, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Van Devier, Aurora; deserted June 24, 1864.
William M. Williams. Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Winters, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Quincy Wimple, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John M. Weese, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William H. Wells, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Sylvester Wildrick, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Gerard E. Wagner, Sugar Grove; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Nicholas Walker, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George Yeldam, Aurora; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Company K.
Captain.
John Gilman, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Second Lieutenant.
Charles Person, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.

First Sergeant.
Frank Gilman, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Sergeants.
James Fennerty, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Conklin, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Belyea, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles H. Merchant, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Corporals.
John Person, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Jesse Blank, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William K. Reed, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Nathan Conner, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Edward R. Hazleton, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Evelyn E. Rich, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Zack Burchell. St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Kirk Person, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Musicians.
Horace Brigham, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Fay, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Wagoner.
Hamilton Lillas, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.

Privates.
Simson C. Aldrich, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John August, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Anson Adams, St. Charles; died at Columbus, Kentucky, July 26, 1864.
William Ballow, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Robert Beckington, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Lewis Babbitt, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Mark Burton, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas Cooley, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Ichabod Casey, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Lyman Conner, St. Charles; mustered out October 10. 1864.
Henry Clark, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Andrew J. Dunham, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Joseph Flannery, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Abraham Freeland, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Goakey, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Frank B. Hassans, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Albert Haskins, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Inman, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Robert Lovedale, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Charles Lake, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William H. Lake, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Patrick Merreen, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Mostow, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John McCoy, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas Mitchell, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
George Menard, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Alfred Peterson, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Ransom Putnam, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William L. Pease, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James Powell, Elgin; deserted June 20, 1864.
Lewis C. Ray, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Ray, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
William Russell, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
John Sullivan, Elgin; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Joseph P. Smith, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Thomas Standidge, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Albert E. Smith, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
James Teft, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, .1864.
William Whitney, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
David Welch, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Wentworth Wheeler, St. Charles; mustered out October 10, 1864.
Morgan Wilcott. St. Charles; discharged June 16, 1864.



ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY REGIMENT - One Year's Service.
Company C.
Privates.
Amos Cook, Aurora; mustered out July 8, 1865.
Henry Ebert, Aurora; mustered out July 8, 1865.
Walter James, Aurora; mustered out July 8, 1865.
Edward C. Millgate, Aurora; mustered out July 8, 1865, as corporal.


ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY REGIMENT. (One Year's Service.)
Company E.
Private.
Solomon Lohr, Dundee; mustered out January 20, 1866.

Company F.
Second Lieutenant.
George Gilman, Blackberry; mustered out January 20, 1866.

Sergeant.
Simon E. Chaffee, St. Charles; mustered out January 20, 1866.

Corporals.
Wesley J. Powers, Blackberry; mustered out January 20, 1866, as musician.
Alexander A. McEwen, Blackberry; died at Albany, Georgia, September 24, 1865.
Albert Kinnear, Blackberry; mustered out January 20, 1866.

Privates.
Robert C. Berry, Virgil; mustered out January 20, 1866, as corporal.
Therone A. Chaffe, St. Charles; mustered out January 20, 1866.
Edwin Eddy, St. Charles; mustered out January 20, 1866.
William Gaunt, Virgil; mustered out January 20, 1866.
George E. Gilman, Blackberry; promoted second lieutenant.
Pascal Hitchcock, Virgil; mustered out January 20, 1866.
Joseph E. Kendall, Virgil; mustered out January 20, 1866.
William H. McNair, Blackberry; mustered out January 20, 1866.
Thaddeus A. Watson, Blackberry; mustered out January 20, 1866.


ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SECOND INFANTRY REGIMENT. (One Years' Service.)

Company A.

Corporal.
William Wood, Montgomery; mustered out September n, 1865.


HISTORY OF ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-THIRD INFANTRY.
The One Hundred and Fifty-third Infantry Illinois Volunteers was organized at Camp Fry, Illinois, by Colonel Stephen Bronson, and was mustered in February 27, 1865, for one year. On March 4 moved by rail, via Louisville and Nashville, to Tullahoma, reporting to Major General Millroy. The regiment was assigned to the Second Brigade, Defenses of Nashville & Chattanooga Railroad, Brevet Brigadier General Dudley commanding brigade. In the latter part of March Major Wilson, with three companies, went on a campaign into Alabama and returned. On July 1 moved, via Nashville and Louisville, to Memphis, Tennessee, and was assigned to the command of Brevet Major General A. L. Chetlain. Was mustered out September 15, 1865, and moved to Springfield, Illinois, and September 24 received final pay and discharge.

ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-THIRD INFANTRY REGIMENT. (One Year's Service.)
Adjutant.
John Oilman, St. Charles; mustered out September 21, 1865.

Quartermaster.
N. J. Wheeler, St. Charles; mustered out September 21, 1865.

Company C.

Captain.
Edward C. Lovell, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.

First Sergeant.
Henry Phillips, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.

Sergeants.
Henry C. Padelford, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.
William F. Todd, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.
Dunford M. Jones, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.

Corporals.
Julius H. Wilbur, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.
Henry Squire, Elgin; private; absent; sick at muster out of regiment.
Jerome Wiltsie, Dundee; mustered out September 21, 1865.

Musician.
Thomas Dougherty, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.

Privates.
F. B. Bardett, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.
Nelson Cart, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.
Henry Derks, Dundee; absent; sick; unofficially reported dead.
John Dougherty, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.
John Flynn, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.
S. Judson Gifford, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.
John Griffith, Dundee; mustered out September 21, 1865.
Sylvester Holbrook, Elgin; mustered out May 25, 1865.
John Hesse, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.
William Holden, Elgin; deserted March I, 1865.
Richard A. Horton, Dundee; mustered out September 21, 1865.
Jeremiah Jeffries, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.
John A. Johnson, Dundee; mustered out September 21, 1865.
Ludvvig Leutz, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.
Albert Mallery, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.
James Mitchell, Dundee; mustered out September 21, 1865.
Henry Michel, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.
Augustus C. Perry. Dundee; died, Memphis, September I, 1865.
Elliott D. Perry, Dundee; mustered out September 21, 1865.
Henry Pittenger, Burlington; mustered out September 21, 1865.
Joseph Smith, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.
Alfred O. Van Akin, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.
Eben K. Ward, Burlington; mustered out September 21, 1865.
George J. Walsh, Dundee; mustered out September 21, 1865.
Lawrence Walch, Dundee; mustered out September 21, 1865.
John Weiting, Rutland; mustered out September 21, 1865.
Frank Young, Elgin; mustered out September 21, 1865.

COMPANY E.
Privates.
George Hoffman, Virgil; deserted'February 14, 1865.
Patrick Smith, Virgil; mustered out'September 21, 1865.


ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SIXTH INFANTRY REGIMENT. (One Year's Service.)
Company A.
Corporal.
David W. Carson, Sugar Grove; mustered out September 20, 1865.

Company B.
Captains.
Thomas L. Johnson, Aurora; resigned June 13, 1865.
Washington I. Terry, Aurora; mustered out September 20. 1865.

First Lieutenants.
Washington I. Terry, Aurora; promoted.
John W. Blake, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.

Second Lieutenants.
John W. Blake, Aurora; promoted.
Richard F. McCabe, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.

First Sergeant.
Joel J. Wilder. Aurora; died, Nashville, April 12, 1865.

Sergeants.
Stephen R. Wilcox, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865, as private.
Andrew Lamb, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Michael Flinn, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865, as private.
Arthur Briggs, Axirora; mustered out September 20, 1865, as first sergeant.

Corporals.
Frederick H. Hotz, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865, as sergeant.
Michael Hass, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Richard F. McCabe, Aurora; promoted first sergeant, then second lieutenant.
Peter S. Lossing. Aurora; mustered out August 5, 1865.
Joseph Shuster, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865, as sergeant.
Lewis Wilder, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Charles E. Moulton, Aurora; absent; sick at muster out of regiment.
Duane S. Darling, Aurora; mustered out September 5, 1865.

Musicians.
Elijah Dunn, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
George L. Ross, Aurora: mustered out September 20, 1865.

Wagoner.
Alexander W. Bowman, Aurora; absent; sick at muster out of regiment.

Privates.
George C. Allen, Aurora; mustered out September 20. 1865.
Llewellyn Baker, Aurora; absent; sick at muster out of regiment.
John Burns, Aurora; deserted March 10, 1865.
Hiram G. Barlow, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Mathias Beltgen, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Zacheus Disotele, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Thomas Cole, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Felix Caffery, Aurora; mustered out May 17, 1865.
Peter Coldwater, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
William W. Coleman, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Rolin T. Cornell, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865, as corporal.
Frank Dana, Aurora; mustered out September 20. 1865.
Jacob S. Drake, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Zacheus Disotele, Aurora: mustered out September 20. 1865.
John G. Ferris, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Charles Flint, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
James Fitzgerald, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865, as corporal.
William H. Fikes, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Albert G. Felton, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865, as corporal.
Abner Fields, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Stephen Goodrich. Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Herbert W. Gilbert, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
John Greely, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Abraham Gauslain, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Bruce R. Gates, Aurora; absent; sick at muster out of regiment.
Philip Hilpish, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Frederick Haschel, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Christopher Hetz, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
John Hatch, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Charles L. Johnson, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Charles Knapp, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Michael Kelly, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Delos Kearns, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Peter Karp, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Peter W. Kieron, Aurora; deserted June 29, 1865.
Patrick Lowry, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
John Lane, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Dennis Murray, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
John Murray, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Gierhardt Mercus, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Mathias Millen, Aurora; mustered out August 25, 1865.
Melvin McClure, Aurora; mustered out June 8, 1865.
James Manahan (1), Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
James Manahan (2), Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
John McPherson, Aurora; deserted March 10, 1865.
Adam Mills, Aurora; mustered out September 20. 1865.
Hiram Miller, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Philip Michand, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
George Nichols. Aurora; mustered out August 22, 1865.
Elmer Nichols, Aurora; mustered out August 24, 1865.
Malchom J. Palmer, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Miles Powers, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Freeman Pierson, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Mathias Poule, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
James G. Pierce, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Robert Peoples, Aurora; discharged June 7, 1865.
William H. Pierce, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865, as corporal.
Joseph Pondsom, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Frank Rausch, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Alanson Race, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Walter Reed, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
John Rost. Aurora; absent; sick at muster out of regiment.
Robert Smith, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
George Smith, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Hoel Smith, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Charles Simpson. Aurora; mustered out September 20. 1865.
John H. Smith, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Frank Tuber, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
John M. Van Nortwick, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Edward R. Verning, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865, as sergeant.
Charles W. Vanvelsor, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
William C. Van Osdel, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
William Woods, Aurora; deserted March 10, 1865.
John Woodard, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Thomas Whaley, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Joseph Wenkler, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
John H. Wrigley, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Frederick Westover, Aurora; mustered out September 20. 1865.
Alfred Williams, Aurora; died at Chattanooga. Tennessee, May 5. 1865.
Paulus Zipprich, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.

Company C.
Privates.
John S. Giley, Rutland; deserted March 12. 1865.
John Kelly, Aurora; deserted March 14, 1865.
John Worth, Rutland; deserted March 14. 1865.

COMPANY F.
Sergeants.
John Dailey, Batavia; mustered out May 15, 1865.
Robert C. Lindsay. Batavia; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Louis Noahs, Batavia; mustered out September 20, 1865, as private.

Corporals.
Charles Janes, Batavia; absent; sick at muster out of regiment.
Edwin Platts, Batavia; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Robert R. Hunt, Batavia; mustered out September 20, 1865.
William J. Knox, Batavia; mustered out September 20, 1865, as sergeant.
John P. Mabon, Batavia; mustered out September 20, 1865.

Privates,
George D. Chapel, Batavia; mustered out September 20, 1865.
James Clure, Batavia; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Charles E. Cooley, Batavia; mustered out July 19. 1865.
John Donoven, Batavia; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Homer Dailey, Batavia; mustered out May 15, 1865.
John Hoban, Batavia; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Frederick Johnson, Batavia; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Huntoon Johnson, Batavia; rejected and discharged.
George H. Kessler, Burlington; mustered out September 22, 1865.
Horace C. Kessler, Burlington; discharged to date August 18, 1865.
Edgar H. Mix, Batavia; mustered out May 15, 1865.
Wesley E. Platts. Batavia; mustered out September 20, 1865.
Dodson Vandevener, Batavia; mustered out September 20, 1865.
John Young, Batavia; mustered out September 20, 1865.

COMPANY G.
Privates.
John Baley. Aurora; deserted March 12, 1865.
Jacob Holmes. Aurora; mustered out September 20. 1865.
John McWilliams. Aurora; deserted March 12. 1865.

Company K.
Private.
Charles L. McKinzie, Aurora; mustered out September 20, 1865.

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Source: "History of Kane County, Ill.", pgs. 196-430, by Rodolphus W. Joslyn and Frank W. Joslyn, 1908
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