War of the Rebellion: Serial 050 Page 0095 Chapter XLII. THE CHICKAMAUGA CAMPAIGN.

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Name,rank,and command. Remarks.

Lieutenant Colonel Connell,says of him

T. R. Thatcher, Seventeenth that while rallying men he was

Ohio, First Brigade, Third struck from his horse, one

Division, Fourteenth Army already having been shot under

Corps. him,and lay on the field until

the enemy's lines had passed

over him,when he succeeded in

escaping.

Colonel Connell says that

Lieutenant J. J. Donohoe, Thirty- while making his way through

first Ohio, First Brigade, Third the enemy's lines was severely

Division, Fourteenth Army wounded,but still remained on

Corps. duty.

Was wounded,and specially

Lieutenant David Flansburg, named by Brigadier-General

Fourth Battery, Second Stark weather for his coolness

Brigade, First and bravery.

Division, Fourteenth Army

Corps. Mentioned by Colonel Dodge,

commanding brigade, for good

Lieutenant S. T. Davis, Seventy- conduct.

seventh Pennsylvania, Second

Brigade, Second Division, Mentioned as having

Twentieth Army Corps. particularly distinguished

himself,by Colonel Miller,

Lieutenant and Adjutant Morse, commanding brigade.

Twenty-first Michigan, First

Brigade, Third Division,

Twentieth Army Corps.

Adjutant Miller, Eighty-eighth

Illinois, First Brigade, Third Mentioned as having

Division, Twentieth Army Corps. particularly distinguished

themselves,by Colonel Miller,

Adjutant Clark, Thirty-sixth commanding brigade.

Illinois, First Brigade, Third

Division, Twentieth Army Corps.

Lieutenant-Colonel Putnam,

Adjutant Baldwin, Twenty-fourth commanding regiment,commends

Wisconsin, First Brigade, Third him for distinguished bravery.

Division, Twentieth Army Corps.

Major-General Granger names

Adjutant Turner, Ninety-second him as conspicuous for

Ohio, Third Brigade, Fourth efficiency and deserving of

Division, Fourteenth Army especial notice.

Corps.

Named by Brigadier-General

Adjutant hamilton [One hundred Brannan for good conduct.

and thirteenth Ohio], Reserve

Corps.

First Lieut. M. B. Gary, First Ohio, Artillery, SecondBrigade, Third Division, Fourteenth Army Corps.

Name,rank,and command. Remarks.

Lieutenant C. Livingston, Third "Deserves particular for good

Wisconsin Battery, First conduct," says Brigadier-

Brigade, Third Division, General Van Cleve.

Twenty-first Army Corps.

First Lieutenant

F. G. Smith, Company I, Fourth

U. S. Artillery, Third

Division, Fourteenth Army Commended for ability and good

Corps.

conduct by Brigadier-General

First Lieutenant George Brannan and Colonel Van

B. Rodney, Company I, Fourth Derveer.

U. S. Artillery, Third Division,

Fourteenth Army Corps.

Second Lieutenant Israel Commended highly by Brigadier-

Ludlow, Company H, Fifth General King for their

U. S. Artillery, Third bravery, the first being shot

Brigade, First Division, down and taken prisoner,and

Fourteenth Army Corps.

the last named,though wounded

Second Lieutenant several times,remained on duty

J. A. Fessenden, Company H, Fifth till the close of the fight.

U. S. Artillery, Third

Brigade, First Division,

Fourteenth Army Corps.

Highly commended for bravery

Second Lieutenant Miller, by Colonel Laiboldt,

Company G, First Missouri commanding brigade.

Artillery, Second Brigade,

Third Division, Twentieth Army

Corps.

First Lieutenant Commended by Brigadier-General

G. Schueler, Second Cruft for good conduct.

Brigade, Third Division,

Twentieth Army Corps.

Lieutenant D. H. Throup, First

Brigade, Second Division,

Twenty-first Army Corps.

Name,rank,and command. Remarks.

Lieutenant

G. J. Cockerill, Second Major-General Palmer commends

Division, Twenty-first Army them for their skill and

Corps.

gallantry and says they

Lieutenant N. A. Baldwin, Second deserve well of their country.

Division, Twenty-first Army

Corps.

Mentioned for good conduct by

Lieutenant Willits, Second Brigadier-General

Brigade, First Division, Starkweather.

Fourteenth Army Corps.

Colonel Grose commanding

Lieutenant H. C. Cushing, Company brigade,says, "Although they

H, Fourth U. S. look like mere boys,yet for

Artillery, Second bravery and effective service

Division, Twenty-first Army they are not excelled,if

Corps.

equaled,by any artillerist in

Lieutenant the army;they have the credit

F. L. D. Russell, Company M, of being in the last of the

Fourth U. S. Artillery, Second fighting,and then retiring all

Division, Twenty-first Army but the loss of one piece,

Corps. disabled." Major-Generals

Crittenden and Palmer also

commend them as especially

conspicuous for their skill

and gallantry.

Major Williams,commanding

Adjt. E. F. Bishop, Eighty-ninth regiment,says they

Illinois, First Brigade, Second distinguished themselves.

Division, Twentieth Army Corps.

Lieutenant Warren, Eighty-ninth

Illinois, First Brigade, Second

Division, Twentieth Army Corps.

Lieutenant Ellis, Eighty-ninth

Illinois, First Brigade, Second Colonel Harrison,commanding

Division, Twentieth Army Corps. regiment calls attention to

the gallant conduct of these

Lieutenant Norvell, Thirty- officers.

ninth Indiana, Second Division,

Twentieth Army Corps.

Adjutant Fortner, Thirty-ninth

Indiana, Second Division,

Twentieth Army Corps.