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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 31, Part 3 (Knoxville and Lookout Mountain)
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<NN>Welsh's (Pinckney J.) Infantry. See Illinois Troops, 56th Regiment.

Welton's (Henry S.) Infantry. See Union Troops, Regulars, 19th Regiment, 1st Battalion.

West's (Francis H.) Infantry. See Wisconsin Troops, 31st Regiment Wever's (Clark R.) Infantry. See Iowa Troops, 17th Regiment.

Wheeler' (Joseph T.) Cavalry. See Ohio Troops, 4th Battalion.

Wheeler's (William) Artillery. See New York Troops, 13th Battery.

Wheeler's (William C.) Infantry. See Indiana Troops, 81st Regiment.

Wheeler's (William W.) Infantry.See Michigan Troops, 23rd Regiment.

Whitaker' (Richard T.) Infantry. See Kentucky Troops, Union, 6th Regiment.

White's (B.F., jr.) Artillery.See Tennessee Troops, Confederate White's (George F.) Cavalry.See Kentucky Troops, Union, 3rd Regiment.

White's (Hamilton B.) Artillery.See Ohio Troops, 10th Battery.

White's (James E.) Artillery. See Indiana Troops, 12th Battery.

White's (John M.) Infantry. See South Carolina Troops, 6th Regiment.

White's (W.W.) Infantry. See Georgia Troops, 7th Regiment.

Whitsit's (Charles W.) Cavalry.See Illinois Troops, 6th Regiment.

Whittemore's (Henry C.) Artillery. See Illinois Troops, 2nd Regiment, Battery H. Widmer's (John H.) Infantry. See Illinois Troops, 104th Regiment.

Wiedrich's (Michael) Artillery. See New York Troops, 1st Regiment., Battery I.

Wiggin's (J.H.) Artillery. See Arkansas Troops, Confederate.

Wilcox's (John S.) Infantry. See Illinois Troops, 52nd Regiment.

Wilder Artillery. See Indiana Troops.

Wiles' (Greenberry F.) Infantry. See Ohio Troops, 78th Regiment.

Wiley's (Aquila) Infantry.See Ohio Troops, 41st Regiment.

Wilkinson's (William T.) Infantry.See Missouri Troops, Union, 30th Regiment.

Williams' (James M.) Artillery.See Iowa Troops, 1st Battery.

Williams' (Reuben) Infantry. See Indiana Troops, 12th Regiment.

Williams' (Robert, jr.) Infantry. See Ohio Troops, 54th Regiment.

Williams' (William D.) Infantry. See Illinois Troops, 89th Regiment.

Williamson's (Emanuel M.) Infantry. See Indiana Troops, 73rd Regiment.

Winters' (Joshua C.) Infantry. See Illinois Troops, 59th Regiment.

Witcher's (V.A.) Cavalry. See Virginia Troops, 34th Battalion/ Wolihin's (Andrew M.) Artillery. See Georgia Troops, 9th Battalion, Battery C.

Wood's (Andrew M.) Artillery. See Elgin Artillery.ante, Wood's (Charles H.) Infantry. See Ohio Troops, 51st Regiment.

Wood's (Edward J.) Infantry.See Indiana Troops, 48th Regiment.

Wood's (Gustavus A.) Infantry. See Indiana Troops, 15th Regiment.

Wood's (James, jr.) Infantry. See New York, Troops, 136th Regiment.

Wood's (Peter P.) Artillery. See Illinois Troops, 1st Regiment, Battery A.

Wood's (Robert C., jr.) Cavalry. See Wirt Adams' Cavalry, ante, Wood's (William F.) Infantry. See Arkansas Troops, Union, 1st Regiment (Colored).

Woodbury's (John D.) Artillery.See New York Troops, 1st Regiment, Battery M.

Woodyard's (Humphrey M.) Infantry. See Missouri Troops, Union, 21st Regiment Woolfolk's (Pichegru, jr.) Artillery. See Ashland Artillery, ante.

Wright's (William B.) Infantry. See Michigan Troops, 27th Regiment.

Yager's (John) Infantry.See Ohio Troops, 121st Regiment. Yeoman's (Samuel N.) Infantry. See Ohio Troops, 90th Regiment.

York's (Billington W.) Artillery. See Georgia Troops, 9th Battalion, Battery E.

York's (Harrison B.) Artillery. See Ohio Troops, 9th Battery.

Yost's (Thobald D.) Artillery.* See Illinois Troops, 1st Regiment, Battery D.

Young's (Thomas L.) Infantry.See Ohio Troops, 118th Regiment Young's (Van E.) Infantry. See Louisiana Troops, Union, 11th Regiment (Colored.) Zickerick's (William) Artillery.See Wisconsin Troops, 12th Battery.

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*Temporarily commanding.

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Reprinted 1985 by Historical Times, Inc.

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Morningside House

THE REPUBLICATION, in its entirety, of the War of the Rebellion: Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, is a service project undertaken by the National Historical Society in the interest of libraries and scholars who have long needed a reissue of this indispensable work. Each of the 128 volumes is published in full, including the Index, and all are heavily bound in buckram for long and continued use. This and other volumes of the set are available only from the National Historical Society.

ISBN O-918678-07-2

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Copyright 1971 by

THE NATIONAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Harrisburg, PA 17105

Printed on 45 Ib. Glatfelter Acid-Free Paper by Edwards Brothers, Ann Arbor, MI 48106

The National Historical Society seeks to expand and enrich knowledge of the American past and, through its programs and services, to bring its members a fuller appreciation an deeper understanding of the people and events that came together to create the great history that is our heritage.

Reprinted 1985 by Historical Times, Inc.

Distributed by Broadfoot Publishing Company Historical Times, Inc.

Morningside House

THE REPUBLICATION, in its entirety, of the War of the Rebellion; Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, is a service project undertaken by the National Historical Society in the interest of libraries and scholars who have long needed a reissue of this indispensable work. Each of the 128 volumes is published in full, including the Index, and all are heavily bound in buckram for long and continued use. This and other volumes of the set are available only from the National Historical Society.

ISBN 0-918678-07-2

LC No. 72-176712

Copyright 1971 by

THE NATIONAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY Harrisburg, PA 17105

Printed on 45 lb. Glatfelter Acid-Free Paper by Edwards Brothers, Ann Arbor, MI 48106

The National Historical Society seeks to expand and enrich knowledge of the American past and, through its programs and services, to bring its members a fuller appreciation and deeper understanding of the people and events that came together to create the great history that is our heritage.

THE WAR OF THE REBELLION:

A COMPILATION OF THE

OFFICIAL RECORDS

OF THE

UNION AND CONFEDERATE ARMIES.

PREPARED BY The late Lieutenant Colonel ROBERT N.SCOTT, Third U.S.Artillery.

PUBLISHED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF

The Honorable REDFIELD PROCTOR, Secretary of War,

by

Major GEORGE B. DAVIS, U.S.A.,

MR. LESLIE J. PERRY,

MR. JOSEPH W. KIRKLEY,

Board of Publication.

SERIES I-VOLUME XXXI-IN THREE PARTS.

PART III- CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.

WASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

1890.

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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 31, Part 3 (Knoxville and Lookout Mountain)
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