L. Burgmire, G, 55th Pennsylvania.
John Williams, B, 4th New Hampshire.
B. F. Gliddin, E, 9th Maine.
Corp. H. Chambers, H, 169th N. Y.
J. Ende, -, N. Y.
Corp. P. McConkey, F, 169th N. Y.
M. Marvin, H. 169th N. Y.
Nat. Martin, F, 169th N. Y.
A. Graham, G, 169th N. Y.
Clement Carr, E, 169th N. Y.
O. Fish, H, 4th New Hampshire.
C. McKenney, E, 9th Maine.
O. T. Patterson, E, 9th Maine.
L. M. Work, B, 9th Maine.
T. B. Crowell, D, 9th Maine.
A. F. Saunders, D, 9th Maine.
J. W. Philbrick, E, 9th Maine.
D. Russell, D, 9th Maine.
Winthrop L. Presbv, D, 4th New Hampshire.
D. F. Perkins, B, 4th New Hampshire.
D. T. Caulfield, B, 169th N. Y.
A. M. Abbott, E, 9th Maine.
J. McKanna, D, 51st Pennsylvania.
John W. Barker, K, 4th New Hampshire.
Wm. B. Ealf, I, 8th Michigan.
J. P. Joslin, E, 36th Wisconsin.
Frederic D. Port, C, 7th Michigan.
E. Boothe, C, Purnell Cav.
Fred. Mulless, D, 10th U. S. Inf’y.
Lewis Pool, K, 146th –
S. W. Van Driver, K, 4th Delaware.
F. C. Gray, F, 18th Maine.
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