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History of Cambria County, V.2

HISTORY OF CAMBRIA COUNTY. 291
As a means of protection the Union officers compelled a number of prominent Confederate citizens to ride on the engines and trains. This plan had the desired effect.
    Shortly after the battle of Cedar Creek the regiment returned to the fort north of Washington, where it remained for a few days before being again ordered to Virginia, where it remained over winter. The First Battalion was located on the pike leading from the Chain Bridge to Leesburg; the Second at Vienna, the headquarters of the regiment, and the Third at Fairfax Court House. It was mustered out of the service at Pittsburg, June 30, 1865. Below is the roster:

FIELD AND STAFF OFFICERS.
  • Col. George S. Gallupe; must, out with regt. June 30, 1865.
  • Lieut. Col. Joseph Browne; must. out with regt. June 30, 1865.
  • Maj. Michael Baer; prom. from 2d lieut. Bat'y I Sept. 10, 1864; must. out with regt. June 30, 1865.
  • Maj. Howard Morton; disch. Oct. 27, 1864.
  • Maj. George M. Irwin; prom. from capt. Bat'y B Sept. 10, 1864; must. out with regt. June 30, 1865.
  • Maj. William H. Hope; prom. from capt. Bat'y A May 10, 1865; must. out with regt.
BATTERY D.

    Recruited in Cambria county. Mustered in, September, 1864; mustered out, June 30, 1865.
  • Capt. Webster Lowman; must. out with battery.
  • 1st Lieut. John B. Hay; must. out with battery.
  • 2d Lieut. David Hutzen; com. 1st lieut. Sept. 10, 1864; not must.; disch. March 14, 1865, for wounds received in action.
  • 2d Lt. John Watkins; prom. from 1st serg. Jan. 13, 1865; must. out with battery.
  • 2d Lt. Geo. Barclay'; prom. from 1st serg. Mar. 14, '65' must. out with battery.
  • 1st Serg. Geo. Flemming; prom to 1st serg. Mar. 14, '65; must. out with battery.
  • Serg. Joseph G. Luther; must out with battery.
  • Serg. William Cover; must. out with battery.
  • Serg. William Hoover; must. out with battery.
  • Serg. Albert Brindle; must, out with battery.
  • Serg. George W. Kearns; must. out with battery.
  • Serg. Joseph Menzer; must. out with battery.
  • Serg. Josiah Hutzen; wounded at Salem, Va., Oct. 5, 1864; prom. from corp. June 1, 1863; must. out with battery.
  • Corp. William H. Williams; must. out with battery.
  • Corp. John Luther; must. out with battery.
  • Corp. William H. Berkey; must. out with battery.
  • Corp. Germanius Voegtley; must. out with battery.
  • Corp. John Heckman; must. out with battery.
  • Corp. Isaac Mowry; must. out with battery.
  • Corp. Frederick Kessler; must. out with battery.
  • Corp. Richard W. Jones; must. out with battery.
  • Corp. William Howell; prom. to corp. Jan. 13, 1865; must. out with battery.
  • Corp. Sylvester Wissinger; prom. to corp. March 14, 1865; must. out with bat'y.
  • Corp. David Farber; prom. to corp. June 1, 1865; must. out with battery.
  • Corp. Frank Kohr; prom. to corp. June 1, 1865; must. out with battery.
  • Corp. Peter Beemish; disch. by Gen. Order May 15, 1865.
PRIVATES.

Joseph Apt; must. out with bat'y. John P. Ankeny; must. out with bat'y.
Leonard Auctor; must. out with bat'y. Leland Armor; must. out with bat'y.


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