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

FOURTH DIVISION.-Continued.

Name, rank, and regiment. By whom Remarks.

mentioned.

Captain John D. Brown, Recommended To be major by

Third Iowa for promotion brevet.

by Bvt. Major

General E.

Upton.

Captain George W. ...do... Do.

Johnson, Third Iowa

Captain R. B. M. ...do... Do.

McGlasson, Tenth Missouri

First Lieutenant George ...do... To be captain by

D. Womeldorff, Seventh brevet.

Ohio Volunteer Cavalry

First Lieutenant J. A. W. ...do... Do.

Yeoman, First Ohio

Volunteer Cavalry

First Lieutenant ...do... To be first

Ferdinand Owen, Tenth lieutenant by

Missouri brevet.

Second Lieutenant Loyd ...do.. Do.

H. Dillon, Fourth Iowa

Sergt. Robert Skiles, Recommended For individual

Fourth Iowa by General bravery at Girard.

Upton to

receive medal

of honor.

Private Robert C. Wood, ...do... Being taken

Fourth Iowa prisoner, he

escaped, and with a

few others took

prisoner the

colonel and

adjutant of the

regiment that had

helf him.

[Indorsement.]

HDQRS. CAVALRY CORPS, MIL. DIV. OF THE MISSISSIPPI,

Macon, Ga., June 27, 1865.

Respectfully forwarded.

J. H. WILSON,

Brevet Major-General.

HDQRS. CAVALRY CORPS, MIL. DIV. OF THE MISSISSIPPI,

Macon, Ga., May 16, 1865.

GENERAL: I have the honor to transmit herewith twenty-four stand of colors, captured from the enemy during the late campaign in Alabama and Georgia, with the circumstances connected with the capture of each.

1. Sergt. H. L. Birdsall, B Company, Third Iowa Cavalry, "captured the bearer and flag while my company was assailing the line of works on left of Summerville road, near Columbus, Ga., April 16, 1865."

2. Private Andrew W. Tibbets, I Company, Third Iowa Cavalry, at Columbus, Ga., captured the bearer-a sergeant-and flag of Austin's battery, inside the line of works and to the right of the four-gun battery on the right of the enemy's line.

3. John H. Hays, private, F Company, Fourth Iowa Cavalry, at Columbus, Ga., "captured the standard and bearer, who tore it from the staff and tried to escape; he fired two shots from his revolver, wounding one man of my regiment at my side."

4. Corpl. Richard H. Morgan, A Company, Fourth Iowa Cavalry, at Columbus, Ga., "I captured the standard and bearer in the first charge my company made, inside the line of works, April 16; the bearer contested with me for its possession."

5. Private Nicholas Fanning, B Company, Fourth Iowa Cavalry, captured at Selma, Ala., in the city, an elegant silk C. S. flag and two staff officers, April 2, 1865.

6. Sergt. Norman F. Bates, E Company, Fourth Iowa Cavalry, at Columbus, Ga., April 16, 1865, took a rebel and standard in the street three blocks from the bridge.