War of the Rebellion: Serial 029 Page 0204 KY.,MID.AND E.TENN.,N.ALA., AND SW.VA. Chapter XXXII.

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

Name and rand. Regiment or Service performed.

detachment.

Hale,captain...... 75th Illinois Specially mentioned

Volunteers........

for gallant conduct

22nd Indiana in skirmishers

Litson,captain.... Volunteers........

These three

infantry captains

commanded their

16th U. S. Infantry.. respective

Crofton,captain... battalion after

15th U. S. Infantry

their majors had

Fulmer,captain.... 19th U. S. Infantry.. been disabled, and

behaved with great

Mulligan,captain.. gallantry and

skill, although

opposed by an

overwhelming

number.

Deserves great

Company H,5th credit and special

Artillery.......... mention.

Guenther,captain...

Specially mentioned

1st Missouri for bravery and

Battery............ skill in the

Hescock,captain.... battles and for

general efficiency.

Continued in

19th Illinois command of his

Volunteers......... regiment after

Bridge,captain..... receiving a painful

wound.

Recommended for

Commanding Company promotion for

A,1st Ohio saving three guns

Belding, Artillery. of his battery.

lieutenant.........

(Goodspeed's.)

Behaved in a

8th Indiana cowardly manner, by

Battery........... retiring his

Richard Jervis, section at a

lieutenant........ critical moment

without notifying

his company

commander. He is

recommended for

dismissal.

Inspector of

Lamberson,lieutenant........ Wyman Murphy,lieutenant........ 19th Illinois Volunteers....... {21st WisconsinVolunteers. Pioneer Brigade. Are speciallymentioned in tworeports for gallantconduct and energy.

Name and rank. Regiment or Service performed.

detachment.

W. S. Fish, assistant 3rd Indiana Fled during the

surgeon. Cavalry............ battle to Nashville

and is recommended

by Major-General

McCook for

dismissal. This man

passed himself off

as an assistant

surgeon;proved to

be a private. Case

being attended to.

Enlisted men recommended for gallant conduct during the battle of Stone's River, Tenn.

Quartermaster-Sergeant Colburn, Thirty-third Ohio Volunteers.

First Sergeant German, Eighth Wisconsin Battery.

Sergeant Ferguson, Company G, Fifty-ninth Illinois Volunteer Infantry.

Sergeant Holden, Company G, Sixty-fourth Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

Sergeant McKay, Company E, Forty-first Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

Sergeant McMahon, Company H, Forty-first Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

Sergt. R. B. Rhodes, First Ohio Volunteer Cavalry.

Sergt. Jason Hurd, Nineteenth Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

Sergt. H. A. Mills, Seventy-eighth Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry.

Sergt. A. R. Weaver, Seventy-eighth Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry.

Sergt. F. Mechling, Seventy-eighth Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry.

Sergt. P. A. Weaver, Seventy-fourth Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

Corpl. James T. Slater, Second Indiana Volunteer Cavalry.

Corpl. J. P. Patterson, Company G, Forty-first Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

Corpl. W. Hughes, Seventy-eighth Pennsylvania Volunteers Infantry.

Private R. J. Pindle, Company L,wagoner. (Especially recommended by Colonel Murray, colonel of Third Kentucky Cavalry.)

Private A. F. Freeman,orderly,with Brigadier-General Davis.

Private Abijah Lee, orderly, with Brigadier-General Davis.

Private James Gray, Company E, Thirty-ninth Indiana Volunteer Infantry.

Private William Hayman, Second Indiana Volunteer Cavalry.

Private William Brown, Fifty-ninth Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

Private Nelson Shields, Thirteenth Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

Private S. T. Mitchell, Company B, Thirty-third Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

ADDENDA.

Special mention of gallantry,&c.

Lieutenant-Colonel Housum, Seventy-seventh Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry.

Captain Brigham, Sixty-ninth Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

Captain Cox, Tenth Indiana Battery.

Capt. James P. Mead, Thirty-eighth Illinois Volunteer Infantry.

Lieut. John L. Dillon, Thirty-eighth Illinois Volunteer Infantry.

Lieutenant Jones, Post's brigade.

1st. Seventy-eighth Pennsylvania Regiment captured a rebel flag from the Twenty-sixth Regiment Tennessee, assisted by other regiments of General Negley's division.