Wm. H. Young, D, 198th Pennsylvania
T. Y. Pollard, B, 189th N. Y.
John Quigley, A, 189th N. Y.
Wm. C. Fuller, A, 185th N. Y.
D. Vanbuskirk, N, 198th Pennsylvania.
Moses Luther, I, 188th N. Y.
A. M. Gibney, I, 188th N. Y.
I. D. Akres, A, 189th N. Y.
John S. Cott, – 21st Pennsylvania Cav.
Chas. E. Adams, F, 20th Maine.
S. McMinen, K, 189th N. Y.
Joel Bryant, E, 188th N. Y.
D. V. Hall, E, 189th N. Y.
John Lewis, C, 188th N. Y.
H. Hibbard, D, 189th N. Y.
S. Vandike, B, 188th N. Y.
Wm. Smith, D, 188th N. Y.
P. Eveland, H, 189th N. Y.
Lewis Harder, L, 198th Pennsylvania.
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