War of the Rebellion: Serial 103 Page 0395 WILSON'S RAID - ALABAMA AND GEORGIA.

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Names of officers and men mentioned for bravery and efficiency, &c.-Continued.

SECOND DIVISION.-Continued.

Name, rank, and regiment. By whom Remarks.

mentioned.

Private John H. Shoef, Major D. E. Captured battle-

Third Ohio Volunteer Livermore flag of Twelfth

Cavalry. Mississippi

Cavalry and the

regimental

commander, and was

in advance till

all the works were

taken.

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

Church.

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,

major,

commanding

colored

troops.

Captain W. G. Young, ...do...

Ninety-eighth Illinois

Lieutenant C. L. Connor, ...do...

Seventh

Pennsylvania

Doctor Biggs, Fourth Ohio ...do...

Volunteer Cavalry

Sergt. John W. Deen, Major J. J.

Captured flags

Seventeenth Indiana Weiler

Private Reuben Phillips, ...do...

at Macon,

Seventeenth Indiana

First Lieutenant James H. ...do...

Ga.

McDowell, Seventeenth

Indiana

Private A. R. Hudson, ...do...

Captured a flag

Seventeenth Indiana in a skirmish

Private J. Davis, ...do...

near Cullode,

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.

Kitchell

Captain --- Flood, Ninety- ...do...

eighth Illinois

Captain N. B. Thistlewood, ...do... After being

Ninety-eighth Illinois severely wounded,

kept up with the

command over a

mile, Selma, April

2.

Major J. J. Weiler, Lieutenant

Seventeenth Indiana Colonel

Frank White

Adjt. --- Doyle, ...do...

Seventeenth Indiana

Lieutenant J. H. McDowell, ...do...

Seventeenth Indiana

Captain T. W. Scott ...do... Colonel Minty's

staff.

Lieutenant --- Culbertson ...do... Do.

Colonel J. G. Vail, Colonel

Seventeenth Indiana A. O. Miller

Lieutenant Colonel E. ...do...

Kitchell, Ninety-eighth

Illinois

Lieutenant Colonel ...do...

Jonathan Biggs, One hundred

and twenty-third Illinois

Lieutenant Colonel C. G. ...do...

Thomson, Seventy-second

Indiana

Lieutenant H. M. Ashmore, ...do... Aide-de-camp,

One hundred and twenty- first to enter the

third Illinois rebel works at

Selma, mounted.

Captain --- Wiley, One Colonel With a squad of

hundred and twenty-third J. G. Vail men captured 20

Illinois prisoners and 2

pieces of

artillery 300

yards in advance

of the line.

Captain --- Woods, One ...do...

hundred and twenty-third

Illinois

Captain --- Delong, One ...do...

hundred and twenty-third

Illinois

Captain O. F. Bane ...do...

Colonel Minty's

Lieutenant G. B. Sweet ...do...

staff.

Captain W. A. Owens ...do... Provost-marshal,

First Brigade.

Captain John C. Scott ...do... Brigade inspector,

First Brigade.

a Special messenger at headquarters First Brigade.