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1 72 ADJUTANT general's REPORT EIGHTY-FIRST INFANTRY REGIMENT Three Years' Service FIELD and staff Name and Rank of rank or enlistment of muster Colonels James J Dollins Franklin Campbell Andrew W Rogers Lieutenant Colonels Franklin Campbell Andrew W Rogers Majors Andrew W Rogers Cornelius S Ward Thomas Hightower James P Cowens Adjutants Zebedee Hammock James J Fitzgerrell Oscar F Richmond Quartermasters Logan H Roots Henry Ede Surgeon Lewis Dyer First Ass't Surgeons Samuel Hamilton Isaac M Neeley- John W Groesbeck Second Ass't Surgeon Abel Campbell Chaplains William S Post Thos R Satterfield William H Carner Carbondale Carbondale Carbondale Jackson co Pecatonica Perry co Carbondale Aug Aug Killed at Fort Pemberton, Vicksburg May May June 23,1863 Resigned Aug 20, 1864 Aug Not must'rd M O Aug 5, '65, as Lt Col Aug May Aug May June Aug May July Aug July Aug 26,1862 Promoted June 23, Aug 26, Promoted Died June 15,1863; wounds Aug 16,1863 Resigned June 10, Jan1 15,1865 Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Aug 26,1862 Died May 29,1863; wounds 29, 1863 July 1,1863 Discharged May 22, , 1865 Not must'rd M OAug 5, '65, as 1st Lt Co I 26,1862 Aug 26,1862 Prom, by Pres July 6, '64 6,1 July Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Aug 26,1862 Aug Mustered out Aug Aug Apr May 26, 1862 Aug Resigned Dec , 1863 Resigned June ] Dec" i' 1864 Mustered out Aug Sept 1,1862 May 18,1863 Died Mar Aug Sept May Resigned May Commission declined 27, 1864 Mar 17,1865 Mustered out Aug 5, ,1862 Aug Not must'rd

2 EIGHTY-FIRST INFANTRY 73 NON-COMMISSIONED STAFF Name and Rank

3 74 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT Name and Rank of rank or en listment of muster Remarks Wagoner Jacob Painter Privates Booth Robert Betz, Nicholas Baxter, Thomas Bel], James Burgess Charles P Brown, Francisco Burke, Lewis Burr RufusH Brown William E Clercy William H Cox, James G Corgan, Patrick Cruyes, James E earner, William H St John Perry co Denny, Robert Deoson, Nathan Dannaway, Charles H Perry co Deoson Abel L Ellis Peter Eaton, George W St Johns Etherton, Alonzo Perry co Fitzgerald, William Ferguson, George St Johns Foster, Peter Golden, John St Johns Hunter, Alexander D Hempler Philip Hutchinson John Harris William Hansford, Thomas J Hamilton, Joseph F Heape, Samuel Harris, Edward M Keith, John R Perry co Kellon, ElishaG King James O Keelin, Larkin F Kellogg George W Loosely Edwin Lippincott, Abram L Tamaroa Lipe, Nelson Perry co Lipe, Alexander Lipe Ephraim Lipe Edward McNeal Thomas Mcllvain, Corydon Perry co Mcllvain, Ephraim McCollom, Jesse Maginnis, Richard Jackson co Maginnis, Samuel Mead, William Perry co Mulkey, Samuel V Miller, Francis M Provert, Zephinas R Ross, Orin A Ross, John Rush Joseph T Sutton, John Sezroskey, Charles Spurgeon, Franklin Smith John Thomas, Gilbert Tucker, Joseph A Thompson, Edward R Perry co, Perry co St Johns Jackson co Perry co Perry co Aug Aug Aug 26, 1862 Aug 1, 1862 Aug 26,1862 Died at Benton Barracks, Mo, July 19, '63; wounds Aug Mustered out Augt Died, Vicksburg,July 13'6» M O Aug 5, '65 as Corp'l Kil'd, Vicksburg,iMay 23'63 Died May 28 '63; wounds Tr to Inv Corps, Marl3'65 Died at Humboldt, Tenn, Nov 12,1862 Died, Memphis, Jan 19'63 Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Died, Memphis, Apr 18,'63 Corp'l Capt'd June 11, '64 Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Abs't sick, at MO of Reg't Corp'l Disch Mar 17,'65 for prom, as Chaplain M O June 17, '65; pris war Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Kil'd, Vicksb'g May 22'63 Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Disch Jan 14 '63; disabil M O Aug 5, '65, as Serg't Serg't Died May 30,1863; wounds Died at Humboldt, Tenn, Apr Serg't M O July 22, 1865: prisoner war Mustered out Aug Disch July 26, '63; disabil Corp'l Killed, Vicksburg, May Captured June 11, 1864 Kil'd, Vicksburg, May 22'63 Mustered out Aug M865 Disch Feb 11, '63; disabil Died at Marietta, Ga, Aug Corp'l Capt'd June 11, '64 Killed at Champion Hills, May 16,1863 M O Aug 5, '65, as Corp'l Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Died, Memphis, Feb 19 '63 Died at Cairo, Oct Discharged June Disch Oct 24, 1862 for prom 2d Lieut Co C Corp'l Killed Aug 10 '64 DiedMemphisFeb 12 '63 Disch Apr 2, '63; disabil MOJune 17 '65; pris war Mustered out Aug 5,1865 MOJune 17, '65; pris war M O Aug 5, '65, as Corp'l Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Disch Nov 10 '62; disabil Died at Holly Springs, Jan 6,1863 Died at Humboldt, Tenn Oct 28, 1862 MOJuly 22, '65; pris war Mustered out Aug Abs,sick,at MO of Reg't Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Disch Feb 12 '63; disabil Mustered out July Killed at Champion Hills, May Tr to Inv C'ps, Aug 1, '63 Mustered out Aug Disch Jan 11, '63; di'sabil Mustered out Aug Died at home July 4, 1865

4 EIGHTY-FIRST INFANTRY 75 Name and'kank Thomas William Troop William Thomas, George Thomas, James Ward, George W Waggoner John W Residence of rank or enlistment of muster

5 76 ADJUTANT GENERAL S REPORT Name and Rank

6 EIGHTY-FIRST INFANTRY 77 Name and Rank McKinny, James H Penrod, Eleazer Penrod Georgre Penrod, James Peters, Van Phelps, Clemment Pike, Elijah Quails, Wilson Rowen, Joseph Rowen, Robert Rowen, Samuel Shultz, Alexander Skelcher, Henry Sorrels, Walter Stonum, Elijah Trip, Benjamin F Trip, George W Upton, Benjamin C Walston, Henry C Williams, Charles Williams, Madison Winchester, Andrew J Winchester, Issac A Winchester, Leroy EI Winchester, Kussel Ml Wiseman, Jonathan F Recruits 1 Brantley, Robert L Chew, Lemuel A Crowell, Alexander W Crowell, Elisha B Hanson, Homer H Helms, Burton Hooker, Alfred Kelcher, Harry S Kelcher, Joseph S Marshall, Micajah Petterson, George W Reynolds, Henry S Under Cooks of AD Holly George Lee, Hamilton Woods, Shaffy Woods, Edward Carbondale Carbondale, Carbondale of muster Aug 4,1862 Aug 26,1862 MOMay 30, '65 ascorp'l Abs't,sick,atMOof Reg't MOAug 5, '65 ascorp'l Mustered out May 27,1865 Died, Vicksburg,Novl6,'63 MOJuly 26, '65; waspris DiedVicksburg, July 12,'63 Discharged Mar 5,1863 Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Died, Memphis June 12 '65 Tr to V R C, Apr 14, '64 Mustered out Aug Disch Apr 26, '63; disabil Deserted Feb 9,1863 Abs't, sick, at MOof Reg't M O Aug5, '65, waspris Died at Lagrange, Tenn, Mar 26, 1863 DiedMemphis Feb 8 '63 Tr to V R C Mar 15, 1865 Died Jan 9, 1865 Deserted Feb 18,1863 Died, Memphis, Oct 17, '64, Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Jan Mar 20, Jan 5,: Dec Dec 15, Dec 1 Dec 10, 1864 Jan Mar Jan 26, 1863 Dec Dec Dec Dec , , , , ,1 291 Died, Memphis, Mar 3, '63 Abs't sick, at M 0 of Reg Dec 9, 1864 Dec 9,1864 Tr to 58th 111 July 17, '65 Dec Dec 1, 1863 Dec 24,1863 Dec Oct 11,1864 Oct 11,1864 Died Memphis, Feb 14 '65 Sept 1, 1863 Sept Deserted at Nashville, T Deserted at St Louis Deserted at Memphis COMPANY C Name and Rank of rank or enlistment of rank or enlistment of muster ( aptafns John C Armstrong Pinckueyville Mortimer C Edwards' Second Lieutenants Thomas B McClure Abraham LLippincott Madison L Baird First Se^aeant Lewis Trefftys Pinckneyville Aug Aug Resigned July June Sept Mustered ou t Aug First Lieutenants \ Mortimer C Edwards Pinckneyville Auf Aug Promoted Jacob B King June Aug 27,1864 Discharged May Andrew Y Brown July Not must'r'd M O Aug 5, '65, as Serg't Pinckneyville Aug Aug Died at Humboldt, Tenn, Oct 24, 1862 Oct Died Nov 3, '63; wounds Pinckneyville July Not must'r'd M O Aug 5 '65 as Serg't Aug Aug 26 Reduced to ranks Prom CorpTrto I C Feb24,'64 Sergeants Umphry K Kimzly Pinckneyville James B Alexander James C McMillan John H Moore Aug Aug DiedVicksburgJune 13 '63 Tr to Inv CorpsApr6 "64; disch July 6 '65, from Hospital, Albany, N Y M O May 29,'65; pris war Died at Humboldt Tenn Oct

7 Name and Rank ADJUTANT general's REPORT,

8 , FIGHTY- FIRST INFANTFY 79 Name and Rank of rank or enlistment of muster McQuaide, Henry McQuaide, William McClane Thomas Mark, William Milburn, Thomas H McKee, Georgre D McKee, Joseph A Munford, James Milligan, William C Oldham, William J Pommerhim, Henry Purseli, Harrison M Peek, Zacharias S Paskil, Urias Paskil, William Quails, Neva! Robinson, John Q Sterdivant, John Selfridge Jason S Stevenson, John A Stevens, Archiles Tyler Samuel Woodside, Abner J Woodside, Henry Williams John Welty, John Wilson, John A Wilson, George R Yancey, John Eecruits Anderson, J A P Armstrong, Martin L Copeland, Richard Craig, Alexander Caruthers, John Carter, William Uevinger George J Dorrough, Wm H Eaton, Joel Franklin, George E Franklin, James H Gelaspee, Lewis Hurd, August V Hurd Albert L Hinton, George W Maun, George Postou, Dent Fresswood, Martin V Robinson, Joseph J Raran, Smith Selfridge, John J Taylor, Jacob Wilson James J Wilson David R Williams, Austin Woodside, Thomas P Under Cooks of A D Evans, Joseph Ijucas, John Parmil, William Sanders, Isaac Pinckneyvil bparta Pinckneyville Pinckneyville Pinckneyville Illinois Perry co Pinckneyville Perry co Pinckneyville Perry co Aug 10,1862 Jan Feb Dec Jan Jan Jan Jan Nov Jan Dec Dec Jan Jan Oct Feb Jan Jan Jan Feb Feb Dec Jan Jan Feb Feb Mar 14, 1864 Jan 28,1864 Feb 30, Jan 20,1864'jan Jan 11, , Nov Jan 30, Jan Oct 11 Aug Died at Lafayette Tenn, Jan Died, Memphis, Feb 22, '63 Tr to Inv Corps Oct 14 '63 Died Vicksburg Sep 13'63 Died at Keokuk Jan 27, '63 Disch Apr 12,'63; disabil Died, Memphis Feb 15, '63 Died at Lagrange Tenn Nov M O Aug 5 '65 as Corc'l Discharged Nov MO June 24, '65; was pris Trto Inv Corps Oct 14'63 Deserted Feb 18,1863 Discharged Mar Killed at Raymond, Miss May Discharged Mar Mustered out Aug , 1864 Jan, 31, Oct Feb 14, 1864 Jan 4, 1864 Jan 14, 1864 Jan 25, 1864 Mar Feb Dec 9, 1864 Jan 4, Feb 21,1864 Feb Mar Oct DiedVicksburg, July 23,'63 Died at Jackson Tenn, Dec 9,1862 Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Discharged Feb 28, 1863 Died, Memphis, June 26,'63; wounds DiedVicksburg Sep 24'63 Died Memphis, Feb 22, '63 Discharged Dec Mustered out Aug DiedVicksburgMar 20, ' Died, Memphis, Feb 14, '64 28, 1864 Died Memphis, June 3, ' Died, Memphis, Feb 14, ' Corp'l Tr to 58th 111 Inf Transferred to 58th 111 Inf Corpl Trto58thlll Inf Transferred to 58th 111 Inf DiedVicksburg Feb 18'64 Transferred to 58th 111 Inf Trto Inv Corps May 1,'64 Transferred to 58th III Inf DiedVicksburg Apr20,'64 Transferred to 58th 111 Inf Disch to date Nov Transferred to 58th 111 Inf Discharged May 29, 1865 Transferred to 58th 111 Inf Trto Inv Corpse Jan 28'65 Transferred to 58th 111 Inf Deserted Sept Mustered out Aug Deserted about May 20 '64

9 1 " I O Aug 5 '65 as Corp'l : ' ADJUTANT general's REPORT COMPANY D N^me and Rank Residence of rank or enlistment of muster Remarks Captains Cornelius S Ward David G Young John C Baiar First Lieutenants Logan Wheeler Henry Hanson David G Young Henry Miars Jerome Bishop Samuel Brunn Reuben Ellis Second Lieutenants Isaac Rapp Henry Hanson David G Young Henry Miars Jerome Bishop Henry Gregory First Sergeant Henry Hanson Sergeants John A McClure Henry Myers David G Young Corporals Lewis W Martin Francis Bays Henry H Levan Martin Whipkey Reuben Ellis Anthony Hoover Cicero McClure Pembroke N King Musicians Carl H Franke William Johnson Wagoner Henry Smidtgall Privates Bishop, Jerome Butcher John Butcher Henry Brunn, Samuel Bonscher, Henry Bonscher, Isaiah Bagley John R Barks, Jesse T Bays Jesse Brown, Thomas H Brown, John Bowlby, Samuel Bucher, Jacob Bowman, John A Baker, Thomas Bowers, John Bass, James Baiar, John C Coffey, John Cissel, Ignatius E Crow, Jesse DeSoto Lake Creek DeSoto DeSoto Ava Carbondale South Pass Carbondale I DeSoto Ava Carbondale South Pass Lake Creek lurphysboro Carbondale Worthington South Pass Jones' Creek Carbondale Lake Creek Carbondale Aug Aug Pro Maj Died at CarbondaleIll,July 15 '63; w'nds May 22,1863 June Discharged May July 20,1865 Not must'rd MO Aug 5 '65, as Serg't Aug 26,1862 Aug Resigned Feb 22, 1863 Feb 22,1863 Feb 22,1863 Died March 18, 1863 Mar May 25,1863 Promoted May June 23,1863 Died July , at Memphis, Tenn; wounds July Oct 2 Killed March 16,1864 Mar Apr 21,1864 M O to date May July Not must" MO Aug5'65as Serg't Aug 26,1862 Aug Resigned Dec Dec 29,1862 Promoted Feb May "25" i Mar 18,1863 May 22,1863 June July 20,1865 Not must'd M OAug5V'65'as'Serg't! Aug Aug Promoted 2d Lieutenant Aug 12,1862 Aug Red Trto VRC,Sepl'63 Promoted 2d Lieutenant Aug Aug 26 Aug 21, Aug Aug 12,1862 Aug 12,1862 Aug Promoted 2d Lieutenant Aug Aug Private Absent, sick, at M O of Regiment Captured June Died at Benton Barracks Mo May M O May 22'65 as Serg't; prisoner of war M O Aug , as Serg't Deserted Feb 10, 1863 M O May 23, '65, as priv MO May 30, '65 as Serg't Died May 25, '63; wounds Died VicksburgJuly 16'63 Aug Mustered out Aug 5 M Trto V R CAug 3I'64 Promoted 1st Lieutenant Died at Lagrange Tenn, Mar^h Died June 13 '63; wounds Mustered out Aug Tr to V R C Aug 31, '64 M O May 25, '65; pris war Died at Humboldt, Tenn, Nov 7, 1862 Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Died at Lagrange, Tenn, Jan 15, 1863 Died at Humboldt Tenn, Oct MO Aug 5, '65, as Corp'l Captured June Died Memphis Jan 29 '63 Died, Anna 111, Sept 3, '62 M O Aug 5, '65, as Ist Sgt Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 MOAug 5 '65, as Corp'l Mustered out Aug 5, 1865

10 EIGHTY- FIRST INFANTRY, 81 Name and Rank of rank or enlistment of muster Remarks Craber JohnT Campbell William Dierinff, Henry Diering Adolph Dodson, Julius David, James Duncan Thomas R Duncan Giles M Dyer Henry Doolin, Daniel D Easterly, Branner Ellis, JohnT Ellis, Isaac Ellis, Jonathan Fletcher, John W Fletcher, J ames W Priedliue David Gray, Robert Gregory, Henry C Golliher, William GoUiher, Daniel Harder, Hans Hemrick, James H Hughes, Alexander Hartkopf, John M Hoock, John C Hoock, Charles Kinney, John Lindsey, Caleb B DeSoto Lake Creek DeSoto DeSoto DeSoto (?arbondale Cobden DeSoto Bradley South Pass Areola Jones' Creek, Lemons, Andrew J South Pass Aug 12,1862 Lyles, James J Lager Peter Lake Creek Aug 21, 1862 McClure Thomas I Aug 12, 1862 McClure, William P, McClure, Albert McCuUough, Arthur PjCarbondale Mitchell, John ijetferson Aug Norsly, George Carbondale Orth, Jacob Paregin, William H Areola Aug Reel, Jacob Aug 21,1862 Ross, Louis Areola Roberts, Alexander Virginia Aug 12,1862 Richards James A Carbondale Smith, James DeSoto Stamps, Claus Speers, Lee Singleton, Alfred Standing, James Starick, Charles F Sykes, Elliott Thomas, James Vancil, Joseph Worthen, Joshua Worthen, Daniel I Whipkey Jasper N Will, Harmon D Wilson, Benjamin C Lake Creek Carbondale Carbondale DeSoto Aug: 12,1862 Aug 26,1862 Corp Died, Andersonville pris,sep20,'64 Gr 9312 Deserted Nov 19, 1864 Aug 21, 1862 M O Aug 5, '65, as Corp'l Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Aug 12, 1862 Killed at Thompson's Hill Miss, May 1,1863 Mustered out Aug 5, I860 M O Aug 5 '65: priswar Died, Memphis, Feb 15, '63 Aug 21,1862 Aug 12, 1862 Aug Aug , Mustered out' May 30,' 1865' Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Abs't,sick,atMO of Reg't Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Died June 19 '63; wounds Mustered out Aug Died at Vista Plantation La, April 9,1863 Died, Memphis Feb 5, '63 M O May 25, '65; priswar M O Aug 5,'65, as Serg't Mustered out Aug Died at Benton Barracks Mo, June Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Disch Sept 1,'63; disabil Missing after bat'l of Guntown Miss, June 10,1864 Mustered out Aug, 5, 1865 Deserted Feb Disch May 5, '63; disabil Prin Musician Died at Memphis, Feb 6,1863 In Andersonville prison at M O of Regiment Kird,Vieksburg,May 22,'63 Tr to V R C June Died at CairoIll, Oct 8, '62 M O Aug 5 '65, as Corp'l Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Disch Mar 25,'63; di?abil Serg Died, Montgomery May 22, 1865 Mustered out Aug Died,Vieksburg,Jan 30, '6* M O May 25, '65; pris war Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Died at home Apr 27, 1865 M O Aug 5'65, as Corp'l Mustered out May 22,1865 In Andersonville prison at M O of Regiment Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Disch Dec 3, '63; wounds Abs't,sickatM O of Reg MOJune 12,'65,as Corp'l: prisoner of war Trans, to 58th 111 Inf Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Died at home, Sept 17, '63 Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Abs't, sick, at MO of Reg Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Sentenced to hard lab'r for remainder term of serv! Recruits Aikens, Nathan F Aug Aug 26, Disch Nov 3, 1863: disabil Brashear, William Dover jfeb 15, 1865 Feb 22, 1865 Trans, to 58th 111 Inf Douglas Winfield S Carbondale Dec Jan 1,1864 Eberhart, Anton Dee 20, 1863 McClure, Albert B Dee 17, r- Tr to V R C Aug 31 '64 Swan George T Trans, to 58th HI Inf Vancil, Willis Dover [Feb 15, 1865 Feb 22, 1865 White, Lewis A Jeffersonville I Dee 4,1863 Dee 17 Mustered out July n'l'ses! Wood Francis E Carbondale 'Dec 17, 1863 Jan 1 Trans, to 58th 111 Inf* Vol 5 6

11 82 ADJUTANT GENERAL S REPORT Name and Rank

12 , EIGHTY-FIRST INFANTRY 83 Name and Rank Daws James W Ede, Henry Fly, Isaiah L Foley, Virgil Ferrill William H Fly, John D Fly, James P Farmer, Louis N Gregory, John C Qallegly, George M Gunn Richard W Gentry, Martin Howell Calvin D Hancock, George R Hancock, James J Hancock, William Hancock, John AJ Harris George W Harris Maston A Hays, Josiah, Hays, James Hays, William J Harwood, Joseph H Holesbrooks, James Johnson, William Jenkins, John Liming John C Maples Ephraim Mann Martin V McGill David Morris, Albertus D Jonesboro Jonesboro Jonesboro Miller, James Myracle, Harvey W Jonesboro Noel, John Nipper James M Jonesboro Noel James Odaniel, John D Owen George W Roberts, William T Roberds, William T Rodden Benjamin D Roach, Abner Y Stone, Josiah Seeley, Edward D Sterling, Warren H Turner, Asbbel Wallace James T Wallace, George W Walker William P Welty Lewis A Williams, James C Zimmerman Philip Jonesboro Jonesboro Jonesboro of rank or en listment Aug 15,1862 Aug Aug 26,1862 Aug 13,1862 of muster Remarks Mustered out Aug Prom Corp'l Sgtlst Sgt, 1st Lt and R Q M M O Aug 5'65, as Corp'l Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Died July 5, '64; woixnds M O Aug 5'65 as Serg't Tr to V RC, Dec 31, '63 M O Aug 5 '65 as Serg't M O Aug 5 '65 as Corp'l Mustered out Aug M O Aug 5, '65 as Corp'l M O Aug 5, "65; waspris M OJune 26,'65; waspris M O to date July ; was prisoner Mustered out June Died at Makanda, 111, Sept 16, 1862 Mustered out Aug Discharged July 6, 1863 Deserted Jan 18,1863 Tr to V R C, Sept 28,'64 Discharged Apr Died, Memphis July 10,'o4 Discharged Aug 23, 1863 Died at home, Apr Discharged Jan 1, 1863 Died, Memphis, Feb 19, '63 Mustered out Aug, 5,1865, Died en route home, Aug Mustered out Aug's, ises! DiedMemphis Mar 13'63 M O Aug 5, '65, as Division Wagonmaster, 3d Div 17th A C Died Vicksburg,Febll'64 M O Aug 5 '65 as Serg't Discharged Dec 22, 1862 Died at Memphis, Tenn, July ; wounds DiedSedalia Mo, Decl'64 Discharged Oct Died, Memphis, July 8 '63 Died at South Pass, 111, Sept Died, Memphis, Feb 15, '63 Died at LaGrange, Tenn, Jan Mustered out Aug Tr to V R C Oct 24 '63 Mustered out Aug M O Aug 5'65, as Corp'l Discharged Oct 2, 1862 M O Aug 5, '65 as Corp'l Eecruil-t Anderson Granderson Union CO Brooks, J D Berel, Jonathan M Berry John Ballard, Francis M Deraming William B Daws Thomas Farrel, Willy J Ferril, John J Grimes, James G Hightower David Harwood, Joseph H Jean, George F Keller, Henry D Lilley, Ambrose Cobden South Pass Union co Anna Anna Feb 22, 1864 Feb Discharged June Aug Aug M O to date July as Corp'l Dec Jan Dec Jan 21, 1864 Apr Tr to V R C Sept 28 ' Trans^to 58th III Inf 8, 1864 Feb 26, 1864 Feb 26, 1864 Died Feb ; wounds! May May 1, 1864 Transto 58tli HI Inf Dec Mar 14,1863JDec 14,1864 Apr, 14, ; Jan ^5,1864 Jan 5, 1864; Dec 6,1863 Dec Dec Feb Jan Jan Died at Mobile Ala; pris of war

13 I Sept I Mustered i 84 ADJUTANT GENERAL S REPORT Name and Rank Leeriffht John Maples, David P Norton, Robert W Nance, Wyatt Neal Isaac Owen, James H Odaniel, Casablanca Odaniel, Quintus Osborne Haywood T Porter George W Roberts, John S Roach, William R Sanders, William R Willoughby, John Ward John W Under CooTiS of A D Evans, Levi Ward, George W South Pass Anna South Pass Cobden Anna South Pass Anna Cotton Hill South Pass Makanda South Pass Fredonia of rank or enlistment Mar Dec Jan Feb Dec Jan Feb Jan 5, 1864 Jan 2, 1864 Sept 26, 1864 Feb Dec Feb Feb 21, 1864 Apr 14,1863 Dec 5, 1864 Jan 29, 1864 Feb Dec 5, 1864 Jan Feb of muster 8, 1864 Trans, to 58th 111 Inf , 1864 Trans, to 58th 111 Inf Died at home Aug 21, '62 Jan Died St Louis Aug 9, '64 Jan 2, 1864 Trans, to 58th 111 Inf Sept 26,1864 Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Feb 29,1864 Died at Duvall's Bluff 26, Dec 15, 1863iTrans to 58th III " Inf ' Feb 15, ,1864 Feb 24, 1864iDied, Memphis, Jan 8, 1864 Nov Deserted Sept Deserted May 27,1864 COMPANY F Name and Rank Residence of rank or en listment of muster Captain Samuel L Campbell Mrst lieutenants Jacob W Sanders James D Hartigan Second Lieutenant George W Kelley First Sergeant Isaac J Prickett Sergeants James Hartigan John D Robertson Elliott Payne David W Richardson Corporals Thomas J Tarpley Robert W Humphreys Josiah PHill William H Chew Robert W Hamilton Samuel Briely Egbert Lathrop Warren B Powell Musicians William W Cox AlbertEllis Jai fva goner D Shelton Privates Baker, Simeon Hiaiison, Henry Branson Elijah Born, Andrew J Barnum Amos W Brakf James E Beigin Michael Brannon John Brunn Joseph Carbondale Carbondale Carbondale Carbondale Carbondale Carbondale Anna Carbondale New Aug Aug 26, 1862 Mustered out Aug Aug 26,1862 Aug Resigned Aug 8, 1863 Aug Nov Mustered out Aug Aug 26,1862 Aug Resigned July Aug 11,1862 Aug 26,1862 Reduced M O Aug 5, 1865, as Corporal Aug 11,1862 Aug Aug 11,1862 Aug 26,1862 Promoted 1st Lieutenant M O to date May 25, 1865; prisoner of war Died in hands of enemy; wounds rec'd Jan 1, '65 Died, Vicksburg Nov 8,'63 26,1862 MOAug 5, '65, as Serg't Kil'd, Vicksburg, June 6 '63 MO Aug 5, '65, as Serg't Disch Jan 6, '63: disabil MO Aug 5, '65, as 1st Sgt- Disch;w'ds rec'd Champ'n Hills, Miss, May 161S63 Tr to N C S Nov Died, St Louis, Jan 1'63 Aug 11,1862 Aug 26,1862 Tr, ton C S May 24,1864 Died, Vicksburg,Feb 1C,'64 Aug Aug Disch May 17, '64,for prom, to 3d U S Col Cavalry Aug Aug 26,1862Disch Apr 17,'63; disabil out Aug 5, 1865 idisch May 24,'64: disabil Deserted Feb 20 '1863 lkird,vicksburgmay22,'63 Deserted Nov labsentsickatmo Reg't imustered out Aug idied at Lagrange, Tenn, Apr27,1863

14 , I Jan EIGHTY- FIRST INFANTRY 85 Name and Rank Residence of muster Brake, William C Cannon, Eli D Corzell, James W Collier, William Crane, Thomas E Crane, William T Crane, Noah W Crane, William J Dixon, James H Depew, Henry Ellis, Thomas Ennis, Charles N Elmore, Alfred J Carbondale jcarbondale Carbondale Anna Carbondale Praley, Jesse Preishett, Frederick Jackson co Parrel, Barney Carbondale Purlong Napoleon Fields, Francis M Carbondale Gage James D Gulley, Thomas Gulley, George I Harris, Enoch S Hayer Warren H Hull, John A Horner, Robert T Horner Alfred C Cobden Hunt, William H Henry, William Jonesboro Hopper Samuel C Jenkins Hamilton Carbondale Jackson, William A Jack«on, Obadiah Maurey, Michael Carbondale Martin, Charles Maloy, John McGee, Joseph C Meighan, James Miller WilJiam Nourse, Godlip Newcomb, George W Peeke, JohnH Peete, Henry M Piatt James Pullen, Ludwell Robinson, John L Reeder, Daniel G Ray, John M Shuart, Henry Smith, John P Still Benjamin Safford, Mordecai Snyder, Jacob Spears, Riley Smith, Delta W Trask, George Tiner, Martin V, Ullin Carbondale Ullin Anna Carbondale Anna Carbondale Anna Carbondale of rank or enlistment Tarpley, John, Tiner James N Carbondale Thibolt, Augustus- Anna Vanakin, John M Carbondale Washun Newton N, Woods, Robert, Carbondale Widdons, Pleasant H Widdons Isaac, Walker William Welsh, Michael Aug 11, , 1862' Deserted Jan 1, 1863 M O Aug 5, '65, as Corp'l Died at Lagrange, Tenn, Dec31,1862 Alts, sick, at MOof Reg't M O Aug 5, '65, as Corpl Died at Lagrange, Tenn, Apr 2,1863 Disch to date Aug Mustered out June Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 M O Aug 5, '65, as Corp'l M O to date May prisoner of war Died, Vicksbur? Jan 31 '64 M O to date June 9,1865; prisoner of war Mustered out Aug Tr to V R C July 20 '64 Mustered out Aug M O Aug 5, '65, as Serg't Died,Keokuk,Ia,Marl4'63 Disch Apr 18 '63; disabil M O to date June 12, 1865: prisoner of war Died, Vicksburg, Feb 2, '64 Disch Sept 1,'64; disabil M O Aug 5, '65, as Corp'l Tr ton C S Sept 26, '62 Deserted Feb 10,1863 Deserted Jan 19,1863 Died at Anna, 111 Sept 5, "62 Tr to V R C Apr 27 '64 Abssick,at MOof Reg't Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Disch Mar 1,'63; disabil Died at Cairo, Oct M O to date May 30,1865; prisoner of war Mustered out Aug Died Vicksburg Aug29"63 Disch Aug 17, '63; disabil Deserted Feb 20,1863 Mustered out Aug Disch Dec 15, '62; disabil Died at Springdale, Miss,, Dec Died at Raymond, Miss, July 1,1863; wounds Mustered out Aug Disch Dec 15 '62; disabil Disch June 16, '63; disabil Died at Jackson, Tenn, Jan 30, 1863 Disch Nov 16, '62; disabil Died, Vicksburg Sept 9,'63 Died, Vicksburg, Aug 10'63 Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 M O to date May Disch June 4, '64, for prom, in 66th U S Col Inf Mustered out Aug Died at Lagrange, Tenn, Dec 24, 1862 M O Aug 5 '65, as Corp'l Disch Mar 24 '64; disabil Died at Lagrange, Tenn, M O to date May 31,1865 Died, Memphis Jan 29 '63 Mustered out Aug, M O to date June 91865; prisoner of war Deserted Jan Deserted Feb 10,1863 Disch Sept 5, '63; disabil Disch Feb 20 '63; disabil Mustered out Aug Died at Lagrange, Tenn 1 Jan22,1863

15 I Jonesboro Fredonia, ] prisoner 1 86 ADJUTANT general's REPORT Name and Rank Wagoner, Joseph Winters George Williams, Monroe Wheeler, Francis M Woods, Mitchell Yates, William Recmits Edwards, Wiley W Ennis, Johnson Franklin Richavd R Folay, James Lee, Lewis H Linn, William W McDonald John Noalin, James Reed, William H Robinson, Stephen Carbondale Jonesboro Carbondale Anna Carbondale Carbondale Scarlett, William Benton I Taylor, Diler Watkins, John M Fredonia Winn, John M Carbondale j Winn Richard P I Watkius, Ira i Under Cooks of A D Powell, Allen Sutton Thomas Tinley, Michael Williams, Zachariah of muster Aug Aug Died at Mound City 111 July ; wounds M O Aug 5 '65 as Corp'l, Jan 16, 1864 Jan Sept, 20,1862 Sept Dec 27, 1863 Dec Jan 1, 1864 Dec 8, 1863 Dec 31,: Dec 22,1 Sept Feb 4,1863 Aug 11,1862 Dec, Oct Jan Jan Dec Jan Jan Dec Dec Dec Sept Feb Aug Dec Dec 1 4,1 Sept Sept 11 Deserted Feb 20,1863 Mustered out Aug 5 IS ;M O to date June 71 of war 1864, Mustered out June W'd'd May 22,'63 Absent 1863iDied Andersonvil'e pris, Aug Gr Trans, to 58th 111 Inf M O July 15, '65; pris war Discharged June 28, 1865 Deserted Aug Died, Memphis, Feb 17, '63 M O to date May 30,1865; prisoner of war Trans, to 58th HI Inf Died Apr Died, Memphis, Mar 8, '64 DiedVicksburg, May 23,'64 M O July 15 '65; pris war Disch May 25,'65; disabil, Mustered out Aug Mustered out Aug 5,1865 COMPANY G Name and Rank Captains George W Sisney Edwin Fozzard, First Lieutenants William W Russell William L Farmer Edwin Fozzard Henry C McCulloch Second Lieutenants William L Parmer Edwin Fozzard Heary C McCulloch Hugh Reehie First Sergeant Edwin Fozzard Sergeants James M Farmer Phillip T Russell Henry C McCulloch Milton S Russell Corporals James D Beasley James H Kelley Fredonia Fredonia Fredonia Fredonia Fredonia Fredonia, Jackson co Thomas N Impson Fredonia Alonzo D Hindman William H Ryburn Menelaus P Alsop Joel M Ward John R Mannering of rank or enlistment 7,1863 Dec Oct Jan 4, 1864 Jan 1,1863 Dec- 4, 1864 Jan of rank or enlistment Aug Aug Aug Feb May Aug Aug Aug of muster Aug Resigned Aug Nov Mustered out Aug Resigned Feb Killed in battle May 22'63 22, 1863 June 23,1863 Promoted 3, 1863 Nov 14,1863 Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Aug Aug Promoted Feb May June 23,1863 July Not must'd M O Aug'5''65Vas Serg't! Aug 7, Aug 26,1862 Promoted 2d Lieutenant Aug 26,1862 M O Aug 5,'65, as private Disch May 26,'63; disabil Promoted 2d Lieutenant Kil'dVicksburg, May 22,'63 Aug 2618G2 M O as private to date May22,'65; prisoner war Serg't Died at Vicksburg, Feb 10,1864 Disch Nov 16,'62; disabil M O Aug 5, '65 as Serg't Died at Cairo Oct 16, 1862 Died, NOrleans, June 1, '65 M O Aug 5, '65 as Serg't Mustered out Aug 5, 1865

16 Name and Rank EIGHTY-FIRST INFANTRY, 87

17 ' ' 88 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT Name and Rank of rank or enlistment of muster Webb James T Widdiman John Wheeler, William H Waldron, Henry WiBgate, Charles Winffdeld, George W Williams, William H Williams Anderson Yancy Richard Becruits Arnold John P Arnold, James Beaver, William J Emerson, Joseph Henry, William J Ketchum, Chester O McCall, William R Olney, William E Scott, Edmund E Simmons, Truman Under Cooks of A Green, Robert Nicholas, Samuel Wade, Charley Pinckneyville Carbondale Fredonia Aug 7, Aug 26,1862 Mustered out Aug 5,1865 M O to date May 30, 1865: prisoner of war DiedVieksburgNov 13,'63 Mustered out Aug, 5, 1865 Disch Dec 13'64; disabil M O Aug 5, '65, as Corp'l Mustered out Aug Jan Dec Jan Jan Jan Dec Jan Jan Dec Jan Dec 1, 1864 Jan 4, 1864 Jan Disch Sept 22, '63: disabil 25,1863 Trans, to SSth 111 Inf Died, Andersonville pris Aug 28,1864 Disch June 1 '65; disabil 28, 1863 Died, Andersonville pris, Nov 9,1864 1, 1864 Died, C'p Butler, Feb 5, '64 4,1864 Died Andersonville pri', Oct , 1864 Jan 1,1864 M O July 17, '65; pris war 9, 1863 Dec 9,1863iKilled at Guntown, Miss, June ,1864 Jan 1, 1864 Trans, to 58th 111 " Inf 4, 1864 Jan 4,1864 " Nov 17,1861; Nov 17, 1863 Captured June 10, 1864 Deserted May 26, 1864 Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 COMPANY H Name and Rank

18 O EIGHTY-FIRST INFANTRY 89 Name and Rank Residence of rank or enlistment of muster Wagoner John W Frazier Privates Atwood Edwin A Anderson, Thomas A Barkhurst, Charles M Bundy, Henry Cox Oliver Carter 8ylvester T Corgan Cyrus Calvert, Thomas A Campbell, William C Campbell, John A- Carter Green M Daniels George W Dillard, James H Dougherty Hampton Dillingham, James N Dillingham Alfred Dillingham Josiah Dorris Thomas M Donahoe, Peter Daniels, Isaac Easton John J Fitzgerald, William Ford, Francis M Franklin William E Fivash, David F Ferrell, WilfordN Fitzgerald James J Gunter, King P Grisham, Sanders Gregory, Archibald C Head, Richard Heartey Joseph M Harris James P Johnston James O Jocum, John Jones Joshua H Kennady Philip Lowery, James H Lafoon, William Motsinger, Howell J Motsiuger John J MacWaide-Criphfleld, Motsinger Stephen L Motsinger Felix J McBride Thomas McDonald Stephen A, McDonald Joseph M McCormickDrewery J Moore, William T Owen, Thomas D Price, Sylvester B Pate, Lucilius G Pate Isaac Price, Elza Pinckneyviile Tamaroa Pinckneyviile Pinckneyviile Tamaroa Mt Vernon Mt Vernon Haynes, Moody P Hall Joel Johnston James T Johnston Lewis Jones John A Johnston, William T Pinckneyviile Aug Aug 26,1862 Died, Memphis, Feb 16, '63 Aug 12, Aug 26,1862 MO May 29, '65; pris war M O to date June Abs't, sick, at MO of Reg Died Memphis Mar U"63 M O Aug 5 '65, as Serg't Deserted Feb Tr toncs as Com Sgt Jan Died Jan 10 '64; wounds Disch Nov 9 '62; disabil Died Aug 14, '63; wounds Mustered out Aug Disch May 17, '63; disabil Died at Vicksburg May 22, 1863; wounds Mustered out June Died at Humboldt Tenn Oct 15,1862 Corp'l Pris at AndersonvilleatM O of Reg't Mustered out Aug Disch Feb 25, '63; disabil Killed at Spanish Fort, Ala Mar 27,1865 Died at Lake Providence, Mar 7,1863 Disch Mar 1,'63; disabil Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Deserted Feb 21,1863 Died at Lake Providence Mar 27,1863 MO June 17, '65; was prts Corp'l MO June ; was prisoner Disch May 29, '63, for promotion as Adjutant MO Aug 5 '65; was pris Abs't, sick, at M of Reg Disch Feb, 9, '63; disabil Disch Mar 1,'63; disabil M O Aug 5, '65, as Serg't Died at Holly Springs, Miss, Dec 31, 1862 Disch Nov 9, '62; disabil Mustered out Aug MOJune 17 '65; was pris Died at Holly Springs Jan MO Aug 5 '65; was pris Died at Holly Springs, Miss Dec MO Aug 5 65; was pris Disch Mar 28 '63; disabil Serg't In Andersonville prison at M O of Reg't Drummed out of service Oct M O Aug 5 '65, as Corp'l Disch Aug 21 '63; disabil Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Serg't Killed at Vicksburg May Died Memphis, June 21 '63 Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Disch Feb 26 '63; disabil M O Aug 5'65, as Serg't M OAug 5'65 as Corp'l Disch Feb 27 '63: disabil Tr to InvCorps Sept22'63 Mustered out Aug Died at Vicksburg, Miss June 12, '63; wounds Disch Oct 8, '64; disabil Mustered out Aug 5,1865

19 I I ; ery, ' I Miss, 90 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT Name and Rank of rank or enlistment of muster Fully George W Fully, Samuel E Fritchet William J Reeves John 3It Vernon Kichey, James E Roberts Stephen W Rae William H Rubel, Joseph Slatton, John Summers, Robert Summers, John M Simes, Cyrus C Stavatt, Wyat L Simes, Matthew Tomalin, John Vaughn, Jefferson Wilburn Richard Willaferd,James H C Willaferd Bailey F Weiks William Weiks, James Youngblood, James H Recruits Anderson, Henry T Anderson, William P Cochran Samuel L Culburth, Edwards, Andrew J Eaton, Carle J Brush Creek Jennings, Wiley D King, Andrew Lambert, John Lewis, Jefferson E, Liuks, George W, McCord, John W Fruit, James H Farks Leander H Russell Christop'er M Stewart, Zachariah T Thomas, John Taylor, William Taylor, Newton Westbrook, Nathan Westbrook, Richard Willgard, John W Ward William D Ward, J ames S Wade, Benjamin P Under Cooks ofad Fortson, Alexander Mcintosh John Jones, Wyatt Tamaroa Crab Orchard Tamaroa Motsicger, Solomon L Tamaroa Vienna Sulphur Spri'gs Jefferson co Wayne co Tamaroa Dec Nov Dec Dec Feb Dec Dec Dec Feb Dec Jan Dec Dec Dec Dec Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Apr , Dec 29, 1863 Dee ],1863 Dec 8,1864 Feb 21, 1863 Dec Jan 21, 1863 Dec Dec Dec 6, 1863 Dec Feb 2, 1863 Dec 6, 1863 Dec ^ Dec 21,1863 Dec Dec July Dec July _ Trans to'ssth 111 Inf 2,1865 Died at New Orleans, La, Apr 17, Trans, to 58th 111 Inf 1863i Disch Nov 25, '64; disabil 1863 Tran» to 58th 111 Inf " 1864] " 1863 Mustered out June Trans, to 58th 111 Inf Died Vicksburg,July 18'64 Trans, to 58th 111 Inf Died at home, Dec Trans, to 5Sth 111 Inf Died, Vicksburg, Febl3 ' Deserted May 25, , 1863 Deserted Sept 20, 1864 Discharged May 1, 1865 COMPANY I Name and Rank Aug 12, ,1862 Disch Mar 31 '63; disabil Disch Mar 10,'64,as Corp; disability Died, Memphis, Feb16, '63 '* Serg't Died, Montgom- Ala, May jdied, Vieksburg, July 7, '63 Disch Mar 6, '63; disabil icorp'l Died Sept 'Died at Jackson Tenn Nov28,1862 Disch Aug 24,'64; disabil Mustered out Aug 5,1865 " Disch June 22 '65; disabil MO June n,'65; was pris Corp Captured June 10'64 M 0 June 17, '65; was pris Disch Jan 29 '63; disabil Died at Holly Springs, Dec Disch Aug 28, '63; disabil Died at Keokuk, Iowa Jan31, 1863 M O Aug 5, '65; was pris Mustered out Aug 5,1865 MO to date June 12, 65; was prisoner Disch Mar 10, ' 53; disabil Dec Dec -,1863 Dec 7,r- Apr of rank or enlistment of muster Remarks Vaptains John W Felt James Bartleson Villa Ridge Grand Chain First Lieutenants James Bartleson Grand IChain Charles J Minnick Wetaug Aug 26,1862 Aug Resigned July 21, 1863 July Aug 21,1863 Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Aug Aug 26, 1862 Promoted July 22,1863 Not must'r'd Resigned Sept

20 , ' ' ' EIGHTY- FIRST INFANTRY 91 *Name aud Rank of rank or enment of muster Remarks Oscar F Richmond William H Grain Wetaug Undulation Second Lieutenants Charles J Minnick Wetaug First Sergeant Oscar F Richmond Sergeants WilRam R Grain Undulation, Edwin Bartleson Grand Chain James Speer Villa Ridge, Charles W Taylor Corporals Franklin Mayo Hiram M Morrow Bluford Graddy Berzillia G Kennedy Uriah Butler Franklin Hoffner Henry Sowers Edward M Brown Miisicians Eli I Lewis John D Barnhart Wagoner Jasper Woodney Privates Albright, Jacob Atherton, Henry F Bonds, Isaiah Braddy, Alexander Burkhouser Simon Bankston, Moses Baty, Riley Berry John Bankston Alfred C BiggerstafiF, Hardin Barnhart Joseph Brown, Francis M Carroll, William Conners, John Diltz Thomas W Dorsey, John J Eddleman Riley Farnsworth, John F Green, Williard T Guller, John Hill, Thomas Hileman, Eli Hall,Ado!phus C Hileman, David Huhner, John Huhner, William Henson, George Hurni John House, Enoch Kennedy, David W Kennedy, David N Kennedy, William Leffler William Lingle Alfred W Lentz, Henry G Lewis Philip A Lowry Jobn Lair, George W Wetaug July ;Oct 1186S July 20,1865 Not must'd Little RockArk Aug Aug Villa Ridge Valley Forge Wetaug Villa Ridge' Villa Ridge Thebes Wetaug Dongola Valley Forge Wetaug Dongola Pulaski Villa Ridge Grand Chain Valley Forge Goose Island Thebes Jonesboro Villa Ridge Mound City Wetaug Pulaski Villa Ridge Jonesboro Arkansas Jonesboro Caledonia Wetaug Villa Ridge Wetaug Villa Ridge! Jonesboro Wetaug Valley Forge Wetaug Aug Aug Aug Aug 26,1862 M O Aug 5 '65, as 1st Sgt Aug, 8, 1862 Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Aug Aug Disch Sept 1,'63 for pro Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug 9,1862 Aug 10,1862 Aug 21,1862 Aug Aug Mustered out May 28,1865 Aug Aug Aug Aug 4,1862 Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug 8, , ,1 10, Aug 41 Aug 9, 1862 Aug Aug 10, 1862 Aug Aug Aug Aug 11,1862 Aug Aug Aug 10, 1862 Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Jan 19, 1862 Aug 4, 1862 Aug 26,1862 Aug 261 Adjutant M O Aug 5,'65as]st Sgt Resigned June 11,1864 Disch for prom Oct 1, in 5th U S Art Reduced Wounded, abs at M O of Regiment Disch Sept 26 '63; disabil MO Aug 5 '65 as Serg't Mustered out Aug Disch Jan 21 '65 for pro in 49th U S Col'd Inf Died at Camp Anna 111, Sept Mustered out Aug Diedat Jackson 111 Feb Disch Jan 3,1864 tor pro in 5th U S Heavy Art Disch Mar 12 '63; disabil Aug Mustered out July 14, 1865 Died, Memphis Mar 20, '63 Died, Vicksburg Aug 4 '63 Died Memphis May 4 '63 Mustered out Aug Disch Apr 10,'63; disabil Disch June 19 '63; disabil Died, Vicksburg, Apr17,'64 Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Deserted Oct Died Memphis Feb 20 '63 Mustered out July Deserted Feb 22, 1863 M O May 27, '65; pris' war Disch June 17, '63; disabil Died Memphis Jan 19, '63 Died at Jackson, Tenn Nov Mustered out Aug Gorp'l Reduced MO Aug51865 Killed at Guntown, Miss, June 10, 1864 Died Vicksburg Feb 7, '64 Disch July 19 '63; disabil Tr to VRC May 1 '64 Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Serg't Diedat Alexander La, Mar 21,1864 Deserted Feb 22, 1863 Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Discharged Mar 28,1863 MO Aug 5, '65 as Serg't MO Aug 5, '65 as Corp4 Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Killed at Guntown Miss June Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Abs sick, at M O of Reg Deserted Feb 20,1863 Died, St Louis June 26 '63

21 , 92 ADJUTANT GENERAL S REPORT Name and Rank of rank or en- listment- of muster Lentz Eli A Wetaug Littleson, Lorenzo D Anna Miller, John M, Jonesboro Miller, Zebedee Wetaug Miller, Henry Malone, Michael McShane, John E Morrow, William T Manley, James Miller, Lewis Mahon, James F McDaniel, John Mc Daniel, Daniel J Miller, Abraham J Nettleson, George B Palmeter, Sherman Peterson Thomas M Padden, Martin Rohmbert, Joseph Richey, Eli M Sowers, Alford Sowers, Richard B Sowers, Eli Spence Samuel H Sullivan, Eugene Sowers Hiram Sorey, George W Stoner, Jacob Smith, Andrew J Striegel, Benedict Stanley William Smith, William O Wetcamp, John White, William Wilson, Michael Wilson, David Hecruits Byrnes John H Brown, William T Barber, Andrew J Bohen, James Bowland, Andrew Shelby ville Pulaski Villa Ridge Rock Island Valley Kor^e Mound City Wetaug Hobbe, Pa Plagennit, La KnoxvilleN Y, Villa Ridge Wat'rtownWis, Villa Ridge Wetaug Villa^Ridge Toronto U C Villa Ridge Pulaski Wetaug Wolf Isl'd Wetaug Pulaski Wetaug Villa Ridge UUin Mo Bartleson, Aratus Pulaski CO Brown John J Braddy, Henry C Cairo Barthleson, John W Coley, Henry Cooper, John L Villa Ridge Cooper, James M Cairo Cain, William J Connors, John Villa Ridge Copeland, William P Grand Chain Edwards, Willis P Villa Ridge Green, Hiram Gilmir, William Garrett, Matthew D Douglas Jackson, Miles Mound City Johnson, Elisha Dongola Jones James G Jones, Moses Lentz, Sol R MacNeme, James Moss, Josephus Mason, James Morrow John W Magin, Henry Penmyer, Henry Villa Ridge Carbondale Villa Ridge Carbondale Union co Grand Chain Dongola Villa Ridge Aug 11,1862 Aug 26,1862 July 23,1862 Aug 11,1862 Aug 12,1862 Aug 11,1862 Aug 4,1862 Aug 15, 1862 Aug, 9,1862 Aug 5,1862 Aug Aug Aug Aug, Aug [Aug Aug, Aug 21, , , , , , , , 1862 Aug 11,1862 Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug 20, , , , , , , ,1862 4, ,1862 Feb 10,1864 Died at Lagrange, Tenn, Dec Disch May 26,'63; disabil MO Aug 5,'65, as Corp'i In parole camp at M O of Regiment Died at home Mar 12, 1863 Captured Died of wounds in hands of enemy Disch Oct 21,'62; disabil M O Aug 5 '65, as Corp'i Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Serg't Died at Vicksburg, Nov 15,1863 Died at Cairo, Oct 4, 1862 Disch Jan 30,'63; disabil Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Deserted Oct 8, 1862 Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Deserted Sept 12,1862 Died, Vicksburg, July 4, '63 Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Died at Lagrange, Tenn, Nov16,1862 Mustered out July 14,1865 MO Aug 5,'65, as Corp'i Died, Memphis, Feb 13 '63 Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Died, St Louis, Apr 2, '63 Died, Memphis, Apr 2'63 Disch Mar 27,'63; disabil Tr to V R CMay 1, '64 Deserted Sept Mustered out Aug 5,1865 MO Aug 5,'65 as Corp'i Died at James' Landing, May 30,1863 Disch Mar 3'65; disabil, Deserted Sept 29, 1862 Jan 10, 1864 Died at Springfield 111, Mar Jan 1, 1864 Jan 1, 1864 Died, Vicksburg, Aprl7, '64 Died Mobile, w'nds rec'd atguntown,m,june 1064 Jan 5, 1864 Jan Died, Vicksburg, Apr 21, 1864; wounds Feb Mar Feb Mar Disch Feb 24,'65; disabil Trans, to 58th III Inf Ji Jan Died Apr 7, 1865 joet Oct Mustered out July 20,1865 Sept 20, 1864 Sept Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Feb Died at Springfield 111, Apr 13, ,1864 IJl Inf Jan Jan Trans to 58th Oct Oct Feb Feb 1863,1864 Jan Jan,1864 Feb 21, 1864 Feb,1864 Oct 7, 1864 Oct,1864 Died,N Orleans AprS'es' Feb 9, 1864 Feb,1864 Trans, to 58th 111 Inf Feb 3, 1864 Feb,1864 Sept 20, 1864 Sept,1864 Mustered out Aug 5,1865'' Dec 28, 1863 Died at Springfield 111 Jan 8,1864 Feb 7, 1864 Mar Trans, to 58th HI Inf Dec 28, 186;^ Jan Mar 2, 1864 Mar Disch Feb 2 '65; disabil!! Jan 1,1864 Jan Trans, to 58th 111 Inf Jan Jan Disch June 13, '65; disabil Trans, to 58th ill Inf Dec Dec 28,1863 Died at Springfield,"'l"lV' Apr 4, 1864

22 Name and Rank EIGHTY- FIRST INFANTRY 93

23 94 ADJUTANT general's REPORT Name and Rank of rank or enlistment of muster Crowell, Sylvanus A Clark VViliiam M Benton Grain, Wilson Carpenter Willis P^^^^^^^ Benton Cruse, John F Rlurphysbo; Davenport, Bennett Derringre, Jacob Firbys, James Gill, Edwin Gill, Thomas Green, John Hanson, Samuel M Tamaroa Henderson, Edwin Holbert, John Jinks, John, Jones, William B Keller Joseph W B Kiefer, Patrick Kieth, Thomas Lipe George W McUleland Alexander McMillan Joseph McMillan William McCollum, Willinm Martin Jeptha Mevil George T Benton Pyatt Ebenezer 1 Pyle, Ephraim Pinkham George Pinkham, Lewis Quilman, Peter Rex Nathan Salley, Alfred Sades, Asa Stilt John Short Joshua Smith James Stickel William Taylor, Nelson Taylor Emri Vancil, Patrick Wilson Archibald Wilson, George Williams David Wells John H Wohlgamood, J F Webb James B Welsh, Thomas J Welsh William T Whalen Michael Young Richard C Recruits Arwin, Robert Butler John Bourland Andrew M Brown John J Brandon V Bryant Thomas J Corgan, Thomas Clark, Thomas Crews, John Foster, David, Jonesboro St John Benton Benton Benton Villa Ridge Aug 4,1862 Aug M O Aug 5, '65, as Corp'l Aug Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Disch Nov 8,'62; disabil Disch Feb 22, '63; disabil Died, Memphis, Feb 26, '63 Died at Jackson, Tenn, Nov, 15, 1862 Disch Jan 10, '63; disabil Died at Lagrange, Tenn, Feb, 25, 1863 Died at Jackson, Tenn Nov 25,1862 Tr to V R C, Apr 28, '64 Deserted Sept 21, 1862 Aug Abs't sickat MO of Reg Aug Died at Lagrange, Tenn, Feb Killed at Guntown, Miss, June Aug 11 Aug 12 Died at Lagrange, Tenn, Dec 21, 1862 Died at Lagrange Tenn Dec Died at Jackson, Tenn Dec 16,1862 Disch July 15 '65; was pris Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 M O Aug 5, '65, as Corp'l Disch Feb 20,'63; disabil Disch Jan 15, '63; disabil Died at Jeffersonville, Ind April Mustered out Aug Disch Feb 10 '63; disabil MOAug 14'65asSerg't Died at Lagrange Tenn Jan Died March 11,1863 Disch Feb 24 '63; disabil Died at Jackson Tenn Dec M O Aug 5 '65, as Corp'l Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Tr to V R C, May 31 '64 MO Aug 5'65as Corp'l Disch Feb 12, '63; disabil Disch Jan 30, '63; disabil Mustered out Aug Disch Apr 4 '63; disabil M O to date May Disch Dec 19 '62; disabil Died at Lagrange Tenn Jan Discharged Feb Mustered out Aug Died at Grand Gulf, Miss May Died at Lake Providence La May M O Aug 5 '65 as Corp'l Died at Lake Providence La May Disch to date May Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Oct 1, 1862 Oct Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Apr Apr Trans, to 5&th Illlnf Mar 7,1864 'lar Jan 1,1864 Jan 31,1864 Mar Apr 8, 1864 Sept Sept 14, 1863 Was pris Died Feb io,'65 Dec Dec Died, Memphis, Mar 15 '65 Mar Apr Died, Rome, Ga, July 1, '64 Sept Sept M O July 15, '65; was pris Nov 15,1864 Nov Deserted Dec 15, 1864

24 EIGHTY-FIRST INFANTRY 95 Name and Rank Furlow, Alexander Grubb; Stephen Hamilton, Abraham Hogg John Horner, James Hoxsey, Edward D Jones, Berry W Johnson, Lewis Keller Andrew Lipe, Isaac Lire, George W O'Connors, Michael Reeves, Lewis Sandlin, Jesse Taylor, Joshua N Wall, Francis M Wallace William Youngr, George G Under Cooks of A D Lunda, Bay Liovely, Isaiah Lianear, John Jackson co Perry eo of rank or enlistment Mar 12, 1864 Apr Mar 25, 1864 Mar Dec Dec Mar 17, 1864 Apr Aug 27, 1862 Aug Sept Sept Mar 19, 1864 Apr Mar Mar 21, 1864 Mar Jan 10, 1864 Jan Aug 12, 1862 Aug Nov 15, 1864 Nov Aug 27, 1862 Aug Mar Aug Sept Sept Dec 8, 1863 Sept Apr of muster Mar Aug Sept Sept Dec 8,1864 Trans, to 58th 111 Inf Mustered out Aug 5,1865 Died at home, Aug 15,1864 Died, Rome, Ga, July 1,'64 Trans to 58th 111 Inf Died, Memphis July 5, 1865 Died at home, Oct 16,1864 Mustered out Aug Trans, to 58th III Inf Died at New Albany, Ind, Aug 4,1864 Trans, to 58th 111 Inf Mustered out Aug 5, 1865 Died, Vicksburg,Jan 28 '64 M U July 15,'65; was pris Died at Alexandria, La, May Sept Died VicksburgDec 25,'63 Deserted Aug June 30,1864 Deserted Oct 10, 1864' UNASSIGNED RECRUITS Name and Rank

25 96 ADJUTANT general's REPORT Name and Rank

26 EIGHTY FIRST INFANTRY 97 HISTORY OF EIGHTY-FIRST INFANTRY The Eighty-first Illinois Infantry Volunteers was recruited principally from the counties of Perry, Franklin, Williamson, Jackson, Union, Pulaski and Alexander, in the southern portion of Illinois, in what has, from the early history of the State, been known as "Egypt" Was mustered into the service of the United States at Anna, Union county, August 26,1862, with the following field and staff officers: James J Dollins, of Benton, Franklin Co, as Colonel: Franklin (Campbell, of, 111, Lieutenant Colonel; Andrew W Rogers, of Carbondale, Jackson Co, Major; Zebedee Hammock, of Pinckneyville, Perry Co, Adjutant, and Logan H Roots, of Tamaroa, Perry Co as Quartermaster; L Dyer, Surgeon; Isaac M Neely First Assistant Surgeon; Abel Campbell, Second Assistant Surgeon; W S Post, Chaplain, and a full Regiment of enlisted men Immediately after the organization of the Regiment, it was ordered to Cairo, then on 8th of October to join the Army in the field under General Grant in Tennessee, the first duty being to do garrison duty at Humboldt, Tenn Nov 1, 1862 The Regiment moved with the Army from Lagrange, Tenn, southward, traversing the country as far south as Abbeyville, Miss, when the unfortunate raid of General Van Dorn, in our rear, capturing Holly Springs, December 21, 1862, and destroying millions of supplies, caused the retreat of the command to Memphis, Tenn, arrivine at that point January 19, 1863 From this point the campaign against Vicksburg, that resulted in surrender, was begun February 20, 1863 The winter of , is looked upon as the gloomiest period of the war, when the Copperheads and the Knights of the Golden Circle and other enemies of the Government were the most active, resulting in greater desertion from the ranks than ever before or since that time On February 23 the command arrived at Lake Providence, remaining there until April 17, when the command moved to Milliken's Bend, 20 miles above Vicksburg On the 21st, a call for volunteers was made to run the Vicksburg and Grand Gulf Batteries with (7) seven common transports, loaded with supplies for the Army On the success of this undertaking depended the success of the campaign against the rear of Vicksburg From the Eighty-first Illinois Infantry, Captain George W Sisney Co G privates George W Winfield, Co G, Edward Hoxsey, Co K, Uriah Butler, William T Green, Eli J Lewis and Frank Mayo, all of Co I, were accepted Many volunteered who were not accepted Captain (Jeorge W Sisney was assigned the command of the transport "Horizon" and carried her through safely, but in a disabled condition One boat, the "Tigress," was sunk before passing the Grand Gulf Batteries The Regiment crossed the Mississippi River at Bruinsburg below Grand Gulf, May 1, and marched 20 miles, to Port Gibson, by 2 p m, and participated in that battle, as a portion of the Third Brigade, Third Division, Seventeenth Army Corps, the Division commanded by Major General John A Logan, the Corps by Major General James B McPherson The Regiment participated in the battle of Port Gibson, May l,ilaymond, May 12 and the capture of Jackson, the State Capital, May 14, and Champion Hill, May 16, at Black River Bridge May 17 On the 19th the active work of investing the city of Vicksburg began On the night of the 20th, the Regiment took the position occupied during the siege, just south of the Jackson road On the 22d, the Regiment participated in the general assault on the enemy's works Was repulsed, with the loss of 11 killed and 96 wounded, including Colonel J J Dollins, Lieutenants Hugh Warnock Co A, and James M Farmer, Co G, killed C S Ward, Captain Co D, died of wounds June 15 Zebedee Hammock, Adjutant, died of wounds May 29, and A L Lippincott died November 3 The loss of Colonel Dollins was deeply felt by the Regiment He was brave to a fault, chivalrous, a strict disciplinarian in battle, one of the coolest and most collected soldiers ever in command of a regiment Lieutenant Colonel Vol 5 7

27 98 ADJUTANT GENEBAL'S REPORT Campbell succeeded to the command of the Regiment as Colonel, Major Rogers to be Lieutenant Colonel, and Thomas Hightower, Captain Co B, as Major, and Private James J Fitzgerald, Co H, to be Adjutant The promotions took place during the seige The Regiment participated in its seige duties until July 4,1864, when the Third Division (Logan's) was assigned the post of honor in occupation and garrisoning of the city August 21 the Regiment received orders to participate in the Washita, La, campaign, under the command of Brigadier General John D Stephenson The expedition resulted in much good, with small loss October 16 the Regiment participated in the engagement at Brownsville, Miss, leaving an expedition, sent out from Vicksburg to Canton and Brownsville, to destroy all the property belonging to the enemy, possible January 10, 1864, the Regiment participated in an expedition up the river from Vicksburg to Greenville, Miss, returning with small loss The Regiment left Vicksburg March 9, 1864, to participate in the Red River campaign, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel A W Rogers, who proved himself to be an able regimental commander, the column numbering about 10,000 troops, under the command of Major General A J Smith Of that number six regiments belonged to the Seventeenth Army Corps, with one Division under General Jo Mower, belonging to the Sixteenth Army Corps The Regiment participated in the capture of Fort De Russey and Alexandria before the arrival of the army from New Orleans, commanded by Major General N P Banks The advance on Shreveport, La began April 2, the six regiments belonging to the Seventeenth Array Corps guarding the transport fleet convoyed by the gun-boats The fleet met with determined opposition on their way up the river On the 8th of April Banks' Army met with defeat at Mansfield, to be redeemed by the command of General A J Smith at Pleasant Hill on the 9th, resulting, however, in the retreat of the army to Grand Ecore On the loih the fleet received orders to retreat On its way down the river, meeting with the most determined resistance from numerous batteries planted on the river banks and from clouds of infantry and cavalry sharpshooters, making one continuous series of engagements until the 13th when the fleet returned to Grand Ecore The Regiment met with considerable loss On the 20th the army moved in retreat, arriving at Alexandria on the 26th The Regiment formed a part of the command, covering the retreat of the army from this point to the mouth of the Red River, participating in the daily series of skirmishes amounting to the dignity of battles, as at Coulterville, Marksville Prairie, Cain River Atchafalaya Bayou, arriving at the mouth of the Red River May 21, arriving at Vicksburg May 24 From Vicksburg the Regiment was ordered to Memphis, Tenn, and participated in the expedition to and battle of Guntown, Miss, June The Eighty-first and Ninety-fifth lliinoi'^ Volunteer Infantry, being the only regiments belonging to the Red River expedition participating in this expedition, commanded by General Sturgis, who proved himself to be a thoroughly incompetent commander The Eight-first was the first Infantry Regiment to open fire, and continued under fire from 11 a m until dark, resisting charge after charge of the enemy, forming the last line of battle some two miles in the rear of the first line, closing the bloody drama with a loss of 9 killed 18 wounded and 126 prisoners, out of a total of 371 men Of the number captured, six were line officers, who, while prisoners of war, were placed under the fire of the Union batteries at Charleston, S C The enlisted men were sent to Andersonville prison The true history of the sufferings of our comrades in Andersonville prison can never be written The mind of man can not convey to tongue or pen a Ian guage =>uffieient to portray the realization of the sufferings of the 30,000 Union soldiers who gave up their lives, or the survivors of that terrible imprisonment No brighter page adorns the pages of the history of heroic soldiers than the heroism shown by our comrades who, while starving to death by inches, refused the daily offer of health and liberty by simply taking the oath of allegiance to the Confederacy In every case the offer was rejected by members of Eighty-first August , the Regiment was ordered to Duvall's Bluff Ark, and participated in a number of expeditions and skirmishes from that point throughout the state, until September 17, when the Regiment broke camp, and marched with the command, under the command of General Jo Mower, in pursuit of General Price, on his last raid into Missouri The pursuit was made to Cape Girardeau, Mo, thence by boat to St Louis, and to Jefferson City by boat, and by rail and marches to Warrensburg, Mo, arriving at -that point October 25 remaining until November 8, when General Price having escaped into Arkansas, the Regiment returned to St Louis, Mo, and from that point was ordered to Nashville, Tenn, under the

28 EIGHTY-FIRST INFANTRY 99 -command of General A J Smith, participating in the battle of Nashville and the utter defeat and rout of the Confederate army December 15 and 16, 1&64 The Regiment joined in the pursuit of Hood's army to Eastport, Tenn, and to Corinth, Miss Upon the arrival of the Regiment at St Louis, the Adjutant J J Fitzgerrell was ordered to Springfield 111, to bring up recruits for the Regiment The Regiment being ordered to Nashville in the meantime, he missed the Regiment at Cairo, on its passage up the Ohio Taking the first boat loaded with supplies for Nashville, Tenn, the "Thomas E Tutt," he proceeded up the river, until at Cumberland City, just below Nashville, the boat was captured by the command of General Lyons, who crossed the river and raided on the communications of General Thomas The prisoners captured were paroled and sent to Port Donelson under flag of truce, from there to Pawl Camp, at Benton Barracks, Mo, by order of Major General Dana Colonel Robert Buchannan, Seventh Missouri, Adjutant J J Fitzgerrell, Lieutenant Jacob B King First Lieutenant Company C, and six enlisted men from the Eighty-first, were captured at the same time, who remained in Pawl Camp until exchanged at the close of the war The Regiment was ordered from Eastport, Tenn, to Mobile Ala, via New Orleans and Mexico, and held the advance in the investment of the Spanish fort and opened the fight March , and continued under fire from that date until the close of the siege, April 8, when the works were captured by a charge, the Eighty-first being the second Regiment inside the enemy's works, capturing 83 prisoners, losing 6 killed and 14 wounded After the fall of Mobile, the Regiment was ordered to Montgomery, Ala, where the Third Brigade, consisting of One Hundred and Twenty-fourth, One Hundred and Eighth, Eighty-first Illinois, and Eighth Iowa, were assigned the position of army post duty in recognition of efficient services in the siege, remaining there until ordered home, via Meridian and Vicksburg, Miss, leaving Vicksburg July 31, 1865, going direct to Chicago Tor Unal payment and muster-out August 5, 1865 There were mustered into the Eighty-first, enlisted men, a total of 1,144; of that number there were 54 killed or died of wounds received in battle, 287 died of disease 274 resigned or were discharged, and 529 mustered out of serv'ice Now that twenty-one years have passed since the Regiment broke ranks at muster-out, each member of the Regiment feels that his Regiment made a glorious record, for unflinching courage, and bravery in battle, much of which was due to the stern discipline of the duty of the soldier, drilled into the raw undisciplined citizen by Colonel J J Dollins, whose fall was lamented by the Regiment, and the undaunted courage of Lieutenant Colonel A W Rogers, who commanded the Regiment the greater portion of the time after the siege of Vicksburg To speak of the soldierly qualities of any particular officer and soldier would be making, perhaps, invidious distinctions where all alike did their duty, in the fullest sense of the term Be it said to the honor of citizen soldiers, the members of this Regiment have since conducted themselves as good citizens, many of tbem occupying prominent stations in life

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