War of the Rebellion: Serial 029 Page 0203 Chapter XXXII. THE STONE'S RIVER CAMPAIGN.

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Names specially mentioned for important services,&c.-Continued.

Name and rank. Regiment or Service performed.

detachment.

Fyffe,colonel..... 59th Ohio Volunteer Is recommended for

Infantry. coolness,

intrepidity,and

skill. Is also

specially mentioned

by Major-General

McCook,for valuable

services with the

right wing.

Grider,colonel..... 9th Kentucky Commanded brigade

Volunteer Infantry. and is specially

mentioned for

gallantry and

coolness under

trying

circumstances.

C. O. Loomis,colonel 1st Michigan Rendered most

Artillery......... important services

throughout the

battle.

John

C. Starkweather, 1st Wisconsin Commanding brigade;

colonel.......... Volunteer Infantry. especially

mentioned for

coolness,skill,and

courage.

William Sirwell,

colonel......... 78th Pennsylvania

Volunteer Infantry.

Granville Moody,

colonel........ 74th Ohio Volunteer For the skill and

Infantry.

ability with which

Hull,colonel..... 37th Indiana they handled their

Volunteer Infantry. respective

commands.

Are specially

Greusel,colonel... 36th Illinois

commanded for skill

Volunteer...... and courage.

51st Illinois

Bradley,colonel... Volunteers.....

88th Illinois Honorably mentioned

Sherman,colonel... Volunteer...... for distinguished

service.

89th Illinois

Hotchkiss, Volunteer Infantry. Recommended for

lieutenant-colonel. Jones, lieutenant-colonel. 39th Indiana

Volunteer Infantry. promotion for meritoriousconduct.

Name and rank. Regiment or Service performed.

detachment.

W. W. Berry, Commanding Specially mentioned

lieutenant-colonel. Louisville Legion. for gallant and

meritorious

conduct. Is also

specially mentioned

by Major-General

Rousseau,for

retreating in good

order before an

overwhelming force,

and drawing off by

hand a section of

artillery he had

been ordered to

support.

Shepherd, 18th U. S. Infantry, Specially mentioned

lieutenant-colonel. commanding regular by Major General L. H.

brigade. Rousseau.

Neibling, Commanding 21st For skill and

lieutenant-colonel. Ohio Volunteer ability during the

Infantry. battles.

Laiboldt, 2nd Missouri Specially commended

lieutenant-colonel. Volunteer Infantry. for skill and

courage.

McCreery, 21st Michigan Honorably mentioned

lieutenant-colonel. Volunteer Infantry. for distinguished

services.

Klein,major....... 3rd Indiana On the 27th engaged

Cavalry......... the enemy on the

Nolensville pike

and put them to

fight.

Otis,captain...... Commanding 4th With his regiment

U. S. Cavalry. rendered important

and distinguished

service, gallantly

charging and

dispersing the

enemy's cavalry, in

their attack upon

our train on

Wednesday,the 31st.

Lyne Starling, Assistant adjutant- Specially mentioned

major............ general. by Major-General Crittenden,forgallantry in thebattle,generalefficiency,andeighteen months'faithful service.

Name and rank. Regiment or Service performed.

detachment.

Commanding their

respective

regiments; are

John H. King,major.. 15th U. S. Infantry specially mentioned

19th U. S. Infantry

for distinguished

Carpenter,major... 16th U. S. Infantry gallantry and

18th U. S. Infantry ability. Major

Slemmer,major..... 18th U. S. Infantry Carpenter was

killed and Majors

Townsend,major.... King and Slemner

wounded.

Caldwell,major.... 36th Illinois

Volunteers.

88th Illinois Honorably

Volunteers. mentioned.

Miller,major...... 24th Wisconsin

Vols.

Chandler,major.....

24th U. S. Artillery. Recommended for

promotion,for

Hibbard,major..... general efficiency

and personal

bravery and good

conduct in battle.

John Mendenhall,

captain,chief of

artillery,and topo- 51st Indiana These brave

graphical engineer, Volunteer Infantry. officers, with 120

staff of Major- men drove a large

General Crittenden. 73rd Indiana force of the enemy

Volunteer from a covered

Infantry. position and

Chambers,captain... unmasked his

battery.

Gladwyn,captain.... For gallant manner

in which he handled

Company B,1st Ohio his guns and

Artillery. brought them off

the field.

Was guilty of a

Standart,captain... grave error in

Company E, 1st Ohio taking even a part

Artillery. of his battery

horses to water at

an unseasonable

hour, and thereby

Edgarton,captain... losing his guns.

Name and rand. Regiment of Service performed.

detachment.

G. P. Thruston, 1st Ohio Volunteer Is specially

captain.......... Infantry. mentioned by Major-

General McCook and

others for

particular acts of

gallantry, skill,

and good conduct.

Mentioned by

Generals Sheridan,

Johnson, Davis, and

by Colonel Carlin,

commanding brigade.