Walrath's (Ezra L.) Infantry. See New York Troops, 115th Regiment.
Walsh's (James W.) Heavy Artillery. See New York Troops, 13th Regiment.
Warner's (Augustus J.) Infantry. See New York Troops, 40th Regiment.
Warren's (Zenas C.) Artillery. See New Jersey Troops, 5th Battery.
Washburn's (Francis) Cavalry. See Massachusetts Troops, 4th Regiment.
Washburne's (George A.) Infantry. See Union Troops, Veteran Reserve Corps, 20th Regiment.
Washington Artillery. See South Carolina Troops.
Watkins' (Thomas H.) Cavalry. See Purnell Legion, Cavalry, ante.
Wayne's (Jacob L.) Infantry. See Ohio Troops, 139th Regiment.
Wead's (Frederick F.) Infantry. See New York Troops, 98th Regiment.
Webb's (Lewis H.) Artillery. See North Carolina Troops Confederate, 13th Battalion, Battery A.
Welling's (Joseph) Heavy Artillery. See New York Troops, 9th Regiment.
Wentworth's (Mark F.) Infantry. See Maine Troops, 31st and 32nd Regiments.
West's (Robert M.) Cavalry. See Pennsylvania Troops, 5th Regiment.
Wheeler's (Alger M.) Artillery. See New York Troops, 33rd Battery.
Whistler's (Joseph N. G.) Heavy Artillery. See New York Troops, 2nd Regiment.
White's (Alvin) Infantry. See New York Troops, 117th Regiment.
Whitford's (John N.) Infantry. See North Carolina Troops, Confederate, 67th Regiment.
Williams' (Lewis B., jr.) Infantry. See Virginia Troops, Confederate, 1st Regiment.
Wilson's (Samuel) Cavalry. See Pennsylvania Troops, 8th Regiment.
Winslow's (Cleveland) Infantry. See New York Troops, 5th Regiment (Veteran).
Wise's (Peyton) Infantry. See Virginia Troops, Confederate, 46th Regiment.
Woerner's (Christian) Artillery. See New Jersey Troops, 3rd Battery.
Woolsey's (Henry H.) Infantry. See New Jersey Troops, 5th Regiment.
Wright's (Joseph W. B.) Artillery. See Massachusetts Troops, 14th Battery.
Wright's (Samuell T.) Artillery. See Virginia Troops, Confederate.
Wright's (Thomas) Infantry. See Union Troops, Colored, 31st Regiment.
Zachry's (Charles T.) Infantry. See Georgia Troops, 27th Regiment.
WAR OF THE REBELLION:
A COMPILATION OF THE
UNION AND CONFEDERATE ARMIES.
The late Lieutenant Colonel ROBERT N. SCOTT, Third U. S. Artillery.
PUBLISHED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
The Honorable REDFIELD PROCTOR, Secretary of War,
Major GEORGE B. DAVIS, U. S. A.,
MR. LESLIE J. PERRY,
MR. JOSEPH W. KIRKLEY,
Board of Publication.
SERIES I-VOLUME XXXVII-IN TWO PARTS.
PART II-CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.