War of the Rebellion: Serial 052 Page 0395 Chapter XLII. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION.

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Abner Doubleday, November 29, 1862.

Winfield S. Hancock, November 29, 1862.

George L. Hartsuff, November 29, 1862.

Francis J. Herron, November 29, 1862.

Oliver O. Howard, November 29, 1862.

Robert H. Milroy, November 29, 1862.

Richard J. Oglesby, November 29, 1862.

Joseph J. Reynolds, November 29, 1862.

Daniel E. Sickles, November 29, 1862.

David S. Stanley, November 29, 1862.

John F. Reynolds, November 29, 1862.

George Sykes, November 29, 1862.

The following to be brigadier-generals of volunteers:

Major John Buford, assistant inspector-general, U. S. Army, July 29, 1862.

Colonel Francis C. Barlow, Sixty-first New York, September 19, 1862.

Colonel N. J. Jackson, Fifth Maine, September 24, 1862.

Captain Gouverner K. Warren, topographical engineers, colonel Fifth New York, September 26, 1862.

Colonel John H. H. Ward, Thirty-eight New York, October 4, 1862.

Colonel Solomon Meredith, Nineteenth Indiana, October 6, 1862.

Major George L. Andrews, Seventh U. S. Infantry, colonel Second Massachusetts, November 10, 1862.

The following to rank as brigadier-generals of volunteers from November 29, 1862:

Colonel James Barnes, Eighteenth Massachusetts.

Brigadier General Egbert B. Brown, Missouri Militia.

Captain Romeyn B. Ayres, Fifth U. S. Artillery.

Colonel Jacob Ammen, Twenty-fourth Ohio.

Stephen G. Champlin, Michigan.

Colonel M. M. Crocker, Thirteenth Iowa.

Captain Richard Arnold, Rhode Island, Fifth U. S. Artillery.

Colonel William Dwight, Seventieth New York.

Colonel G. W. Deitzler, Kansas.

Colonel Charles C. Dodge, First New York Mounted Rifles.

Colonel Hugh Ewing, Thirtieth Ohio.

Colonel T. T. Garrard, Third Kentucky.

Colonel Charles A. Heckman, Ninth New Jersey.

Captain William B. Hazen, Eighth U. S. Infantry, and colonel Forty-first Ohio.

Colonel Edward W. Hinks, Nineteenth Massachusetts.

Colonel Edward Harland, Eighth Connecticut.

Colonel William Harrow, Fourteenth Indiana.

Captain Lewis C. Hunt, Fourteenth U. S. Infantry, colonel Ninety-second New York.

Colonel Wladimir Krzyzanowski, Fifty-eighth New York.

Colonel Albert L. Lee, Seventh Kansas Cavalry.

Colonel N. C. McLean, Seventy-fifth Ohio.

Colonel James W. McMillan, Twenty-first Indiana.

Captain James St. C. Morton, Engineer Corps.

Colonel George F. McGinnis, Eleventh Indiana.

Colonel C. L. Matthies, Fifth Iowa Cavalry.

Major David A. Russell, Eighth U. S. Infantry, colonel Seventh Massachusetts.

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