War of the Rebellion: Serial 087 Page 0016 Chapter LIV. OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C.

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Numbers 339.-Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Kleinz, Fifth Pennsylvania Cavalry, of operations August 10-14 and October 7.

Numbers 340.-Colonel Samuel P. Spear, Eleventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations August 21-26.

Numbers 341.-Major Samuel Wetherill, Eleventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, commanding Second brigade, of operations September 16-17.

Numbers 342.-Lieutenant Colonel Franklin A. Stratton, Eleventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations December 10.

Numbers 343.-Major J. Stannard Baker, First District of Columbia Cavalry, of operations August 9 and September 3.

Numbers 344.-Major Franklin A. Stratton, Eleventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, of operations September 16-17.

Numbers 345.-Colonel Andrew W. Evans, First Maryland Cavalry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations December 10.

Numbers 346.-Colonel Edwin V. Sumner, First New York Mounted Rifles, of operations October 7.

Numbers 347.-Lieutenant Robert M. Hall, Battery B, First U. S. Artillery, of operations October 7.

Numbers 348.-Captain George B. Easterly, Fourth Wisconsin Battery, of operations August 1-September 30.

Numbers 349.-Lieutenant Dorman L. Noggle, Fourth Wisconsin battery, of operations October 7.

Numbers 350.-Medals of Honor awarded for distinguished services.

Numbers 351.-General Robert E. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding Army of Northern Virginia, of operations August 16-December 27.

Numbers 352.-General G. T. Beauregard, C. S. Army, commanding Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia, of operations August 15-19.

Numbers 353.-Brigadier General William N. Pendleton, C. S. Army, chief of Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia, of operations August 10-December 31.

Numbers 354.-Major James F. Milligan, Signal Officer, C. S. Army, of operations October 1-December 31.

Numbers 355.-Major D. B. Bridgford, C. S. Army, commanding Provost Guard, Army of Northern Virginia, of operations September 29-October 1.

Numbers 356.-Major John W. Fairfax, Assistant Adjutant and Inspector General, C. S. Army, of operations September 30-October 1.

Numbers 357.-Lieutenant General James Longstreet, C. S. Army, commanding First Army Corps, of operations October 19-27.

Numbers 358.-Diary of the First Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, of operations August 1-October 18, including operations in the Shenandoah Valley, August and September.

Numbers 359.-Partial return of casualties in the First Army Corps from August 1 to December 31.

Numbers 360.-Return of casualties in Field's division October 27.

Numbers 361.-Brigadier General John Bratton, C. S. Army, commanding Bratton's brigade, Field's division.

Numbers 362.-Major General Bushrod R. Johnson, C. S. Army, commanding Johnson's division.

Numbers 363.-Brigadier General Archibald Gracie, jr., C. S. Army, commanding Johnson's division, of operations August 17-September 7 and November 12.

Numbers 364.-Brigadier General Matthew W. Ransom, C. S. Army, commanding Johnson's division, of operations December 27-29.

Numbers 365.-Brigadier General William H. Wallace, C. S. Army, commanding Elliott's brigade, of operations October 27 and November 5.

Numbers 366.-Brigadier General John Gregg, C. S. Army, commanding Gregg's (Texas) brigade of operations September 29.