War of the Rebellion: Serial 087 Page 0014 Chapter LIV. OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C.

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Numbers 284.-Captain George W. Gardner, Twenty-fourth Massachusetts Infantry, of operations August 14-21.

Numbers 285.-Colonel Francis A. Osborn, Twenty-fourth Massachusetts Infantry, of operations october 13.

Numbers 286.-Colonel George B. Dandy, One hundredth New york Infantry, of operations August 14-20.

Numbers 287.-Captain Frank C. Brunck, One hundredth New york Infantry, of operations October 7.

Numbers 288.-Brigadier General Robert S. Foster, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division, of operations September 28-October 4 and October 27-28.

Numbers 289.-Lieutenant Colonel Albert M. Barney, One hundred and forty-second New York Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations September 28-October 3.

Numbers 290.-Lieutenant Colonel William B. Coan, Forty-eighth New York Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations August 16.

Numbers 291.-Colonel Galusha Pennypacker, Ninety-seventh pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations September 28-October 1 and October 27-28.

Numbers 292.-Colonel Louis Bell, Fourth New hampshire Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations September 28-October 1 and October 27-28.

Numbers 293.-Captain Samuel M. Zent, Thirteenth Indiana Infantry, of operations August 14-16.

Numbers 294.-Colonel James Shaw, jr., Seventh U. S. Colored Troops, commanding First Brigade, Third Division, of operations October 27-28.

Numbers 295.-Colonel James Shaw, jr., Seventh U. S. Colored Troops, of operations September 28-30.

Numbers 296.-Lieutenant Colonel Llewellyn F. Haskell, Seventh U. S. Colored Troops, of operations October 27-28.

Numbers 297.-Captain Edwin S. Babcock, Ninth U. S. Colored Troops, of operations September 29-30.

Numbers 298.-Captain Hugh S. Thompson, Ninth U. s. colored Troops,of operations october 27-28.

Numbers 299.-Captain John W. Falconer, Firty-first U. S. Colored Troops, of operations October 27-28.

Numbers 300.-Colonel Ulysses Doubleday, Forty-fifth U. S. Colored Troops, commanding Second Brigade,of operations October 13 and 27- 28.

Numbers 301.-Lieutenant Colonel Henry C. Ward, Twenty-ninth Connecticut Colored Infantry, of operations September 29-30, and October 13.

Numbers 302.-Captain Frederick E. Camp, Twenty-ninth Connecticut Colored Infantry, of operations October 27-28.

Numbers 303.-Major George E. Wagner, Eighth U. S. Colored Troops, of operations August 14-21, September 28-30, and October 13.

Numbers 304.-Major James T. bates, Forty-fifth u. S. Colored Troops, of operations October 13.

Numbers 305.-Lieutenant Colonel Richard H. Jackson, Assistant Inspector- General and Chief of Artillery, of operations September 3 and October 7.

Numbers 306.-Lieutenant Charles R. Doane, Fourth New jersey battery, of operations August 14-18.

Numbers 307-Lieutenant Henry H. Metcalf, Third Rhode Island Artillery, commanding Fifth New Jersey battery, of operations October 7.

Numbers 308.-Lieutenant Henry Y. Wildey, battery E. First pennsylvania Light Artillery, of operations october 7.

Numbers 309.-Captain Martin S. James, battery C, Third Rhode Island Artillery, of operations October 7.

Numbers 310.-Lieutenant Redmond Tully, battery D, First U. S. Artillery, of operations August 13-14 and October 7.