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Name,rank,and command. Remarks.

Captain G. M. L. Johnson, Second Major-General Thomas says that

Indiana Cavalry, Baird's staff. having been cut off from their

respective commanders,reported

Captain Thomas C. Williams, to him and were of great

assistance as aides.

Nineteenth U. S. Infantry

Baird's staff.

Captain B. D. Williams,aide-de-

camp, Twentieth Army Corps.

Captain F. J. Jones,aide-de-

camp, Twentieth Army Corps. Major-General McCook says his

thanks are due for their

Captain J. H. Fisher,volunteer devotion to duty,gallantry in

aide-de-camp, Twentieth Army action,and intelligence upon

Corps.

the field.

Captain A. C. McClurg,ordnance,

Twentieth Army Corps.

Captain A. T. Snodgrass,provost-

marshal, Twentieth Army Corps. "I have rarely seen an officer

of his department so thorough

Captain I. C. McElfatrick, efficient as he has proven

topographical engineer, himself to be,both in camp and

Twentieth Army Corps. on the field," says Major-

General Crittenden.

Captain Kaldenbaugh,provost-

marshal, Twenty-first Army To habitual good conduct in

Corps. camp he has added good conduct

on the field, says

Major-General Crittenden.

Captain Sherer,commanding

escort, Twenty-first Army Exhibited commendable courage,

Corps. says Major-General Palmer.

Captain Barlett,commanding Major-General Palmer says he

escort, Second Division, rendered most efficient

Twenty-first Army Corps. services,and on both days of

the battle was on all

Captain Steele,topographical occasions where duty called,

engineer, Second Division, exhibiting the highest

Twenty-first Army Corps. courage.

Major-General Sheridan

commends these officers to the

notice of the commanding

Captain H. Hescock,chief of general, "all of whom rendered

artillery, Third Division, valuable services."

Twentieth Army Corps.

Captain George Lee,assistant adjutant-general, Third Division, Twentieth Army Corps.

Namer,rank,and command. Remarks.

Captain W. L. Mallory,chief

commissary of subsistence,

Third Division, Twentieth Army

Corps.

Major-General Sheridan

Captain P. U. Schmitt,chief commends these officers to the

quartermaster, Third notice of the commanding

Division, Twentieth Army general, "all of whom rendered

Corps. valuable services."

Captain J. S. Ransom,provost-

marshal, Third Division,

Twentieth Army Corps.

Captain F. T. Starkweather,chief

quartermaster, Fourth Division,

Fourteenth Army Corps.

Major-General Reynolds says

Captain Leech,chief commissary these officers were at their

of subsistence, Fourth posts,discharged their duties

Division, Fourteenth Army promptly and faithfully.

Corps.

Captain C. O. Howard,assistant

commissary of musters, Fourth

Division, Fourteenth Army

Corps.

Captain Floyd,aide-de-camp,

Fourth Division, Fourteenth

Army Corps. "Were with me and rendered me

efficient service," says

Captain Hanna,provost-marshal, Major-General Granger.

Fourth Division, Fourteenth

Army Corps. Of General Steedman's and

deserve special mention, says

Captain J. Gordon Major-General Granger.

Taylor, Captain W. L.

A. Avery,staff, Reserve Corps.

Captain Seth B. Moe,staff, First

Division, Reserve Corps.

Brigadier-General Davis says

Captain T. W. Morrison,aide-de- their efficiency was well

camp, First Division, Twentieth tested,and expresses many

Army Corps. obligations to them.

Captain T. H. Daily,aide-de-

camp, First Division, Twentieth

Army Corps.

Capt. F. E. Reynolds,aide-de-camp, First Division,

Twentieth Army Corps. Capt. W. A. Hotchkiss,chief ofartillery, First Division, Twentieth Army Corps. Capt. H. N. Snyder,assistantcommissary of musters, FirstDivision, Twentieth Army Corps.

Name,rank,and command. Remarks.

Captain H. W. Hall,assistant

inspector-general, First

Brigadier-General Davis says

Division, Twentieth Army Corps. their efficiency was well

tested,and expresses many

Captain J. P. Pope,commissary of obligation to them.

subsistence, First Division,

Twentieth Army Corps.

Captain M. P. Bestow,assistant

adjutant-general, First

Division, Twenty-first Army

Corps.

Captain L. D. Myers,assistant

quartermaster, First Division,

Twenty-first Army Corps.

Brigadier-General Wood says

Captain James these officers performed their

McDonald,commissary of duties well,both in camp and

subsistence, First Division, on the battle-field.

Twenty-first Army Corps.

Captain J. E. George,assistant

commissary of musters, First

Division, Twenty-first Army

Corps.

Captain

W. McLoughlin,topographical

engineer, First Division,

Twenty-first Army Corps.