Names of officers and men mentioned for bravery and efficiency, &c.-Continued.
Name, rank, and regiment. By whom Remarks.
Private John H. Shoef, Major D. E. Captured battle-
Third Ohio Volunteer Livermore flag of Twelfth
Cavalry and the
commander, and was
in advance till
all the works were
Sergt. John Morgan, One Captain Planted the first
hundred and twenty-third Owen Wiley flag on the works
Illinois. at Selma.
Private Lemuel B. Edwards a Lieutenant Wounded while
Colonel leading a charge
Frank White at Ebenezer
Corpl. John A. Kidney a ...do... Coolness and
bravery in action
at all times.
Major L. S. Kilborn, Lieutenant
Seventy-second Indiana Colonel
C. G. Thomson
Private L. B. Edwards, ...do... Wounded while
Seventy-second Indiana leading a mounted
charge April 1.
Lieutenant L. C. Remington, Martin
Fourth Michigan Archer,
Captain W. G. Young, ...do...
Lieutenant C. L. Connor, ...do...
Doctor Biggs, Fourth Ohio ...do...
Sergt. John W. Deen, Major J. J.
Seventeenth Indiana Weiler
Private Reuben Phillips, ...do...
First Lieutenant James H. ...do...
Private A. R. Hudson, ...do...
Captured a flag
Seventeenth Indiana in a skirmish
Private J. Davis, ...do...
Seventeenth Indiana Ga.
Corpl. --- Bottorff, ...do... Found four 2-
Seventeenth Indiana pounder guns
buried at Macon.
Corpl. John H. Booth, Captain First on the works
Fourth Ohio Volunteer W. W. at Selma, April 2.
Cavalry Shoemaker Instantly killed.
Captain --- Hofman, Lieutenant
Ninety-eighth Illinois Colonel E.
Captain --- Flood, Ninety- ...do...
Captain N. B. Thistlewood, ...do... After being
Ninety-eighth Illinois severely wounded,
kept up with the
command over a
mile, Selma, April
Major J. J. Weiler, Lieutenant
Seventeenth Indiana Colonel
Adjt. --- Doyle, ...do...
Lieutenant J. H. McDowell, ...do...
Captain T. W. Scott ...do... Colonel Minty's
Lieutenant --- Culbertson ...do... Do.
Colonel J. G. Vail, Colonel
Seventeenth Indiana A. O. Miller
Lieutenant Colonel E. ...do...
Lieutenant Colonel ...do...
Jonathan Biggs, One hundred
and twenty-third Illinois
Lieutenant Colonel C. G. ...do...
Lieutenant H. M. Ashmore, ...do... Aide-de-camp,
One hundred and twenty- first to enter the
third Illinois rebel works at
Captain --- Wiley, One Colonel With a squad of
hundred and twenty-third J. G. Vail men captured 20
Illinois prisoners and 2
yards in advance
of the line.
Captain --- Woods, One ...do...
hundred and twenty-third
Captain --- Delong, One ...do...
hundred and twenty-third
Captain O. F. Bane ...do...
Lieutenant G. B. Sweet ...do...
Captain W. A. Owens ...do... Provost-marshal,
Captain John C. Scott ...do... Brigade inspector,
a Special messenger at headquarters First Brigade.