War of the Rebellion: Serial 095 Page 1032 N. AND SE.VA., N.C., W.VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter LVIII.

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12. Corpl. Sidney Haight, Company E, First Michigan Sharpshooters, for conspicuous gallantry in the attack of April 2, 1865, before Petersburg, Va.

13. Corpl. Charles M. Thatcher, Company E, First Michigan Sharpshooters, for conspicuous gallantry in the attack of April 2, 1865, before Petersburg, Va.

14. Private A. Scott, Company K, First Michigan Sharpshooters, for repeated gallantry in the field, particularly in the attack before Petersburg, Va., April 2, 1865.

15. Sergt. Major Charles H. Pinkham, Fifty-seventh Massachusetts Volunteers, for gallantry in the assault on Fort Stedman, March 25, 1865, capturing the colors of the Fifty-seventh North Carolina Infantry.

16. First Sergt. John O'Donnell, Company A, Fifty-seventh Massachusetts Volunteers, for gallantry during the action of Fort Stedman March 25, 1865, and heroic conduct during all engagements in which the regiments has participated.

17. First Sergt. George Adams, Company G, Fifty-seventh Massachusetts Volunteers, for gallantry during the action at Fort Stedman March 25, 1865, receiving in this action the fifteenth wound and refusing to leave his company until after the battle was over.

18. First Sergt. Charles F. Sherman, Company B, Fifty-ninth Massachusetts Volunteers, for conspicuous gallantry in the assault before Petersburg April 2, 1865.

19. Sergt. Charles P. Battelle, Company A, Fifty-ninth Massachusetts Volunteers, for conspicuous gallantry in the assault before Petersburg, Va., April 2, 1865.

20. Corpl. John Fred, Company B, Fifty-ninth Massachusetts Volunteers, for conspicuous gallantry in the assault before Petersburg, Va., April 2, 1865.

21. Corpl. Edward Mitchell, Company D, Third Maryland Battalion Veteran Volunteers, for gallant conduct in the assault on Fort Stedman March 25, 1865, taking some twenty prisoners.

22. Corps. William H. Erdman, Company D, Third Maryland Battalion Veteran Volunteers, for conspicuous gallantry at Fort Stedman March 25, 1865, being among the first to re-enter the fort and taking fifteen prisoners.

23. Private Patrick McCran, Company C, Third Maryland Battalion Veteran Volunteers, for recapturing the colors of the Twenty-seventh Georgia Infantry, and bravely assisted in releasing many of our men who had been taken prisoners.

24. Color-Sergt. Robert Kiley, Company L, Fourteenth New York Heavy Artillery, for conspicuous gallantry during the engagement at Fort Stedman March 25, 1865.

25. Sergt. James Hyatt, Company H, Fourteenth New York Heavy Artillery, for conspicuous gallantry during the engagement at Fort Stedman March 25, 1865.

26. Private James K. Brady, Company H, Fourteenth New York Heavy Artillery, for capturing the colors of the Twenty-sixth South Carolina Infantry.

27. Private John Wilder Boutwell, Company B, Eighteenth New Hampshire Volunteers, for conspicuous gallantry April 2, 1865, before Petersburg, Va., bringing off from the picket-line, under a heavy fire, a comrade who had been shot through both legs.

28. Private Carlton N. Camp, Company B, Eighteenth New Hampshire Volunteers, for conspicuous gallantry April 2, 1865, before Petersburg, Va., bringing off from the picket-line, under a heavy fire, a comrade who had been wounded through both legs.