COMPANY  D  OFFICERS  at  CRIPPLE  CREEK

Jones, David J.   20   (1838 - 1911)  Mustered in as as 1 Sgt on 8 Jun 61;  Promoted to 1 Lt on 11 Nov 61;  Detached 16 Jun 62 to command Co I;  Appointed Capt of Co D on 10 Dec 62 (although he was apparently not officially mustered in as Capt of Co D until 3 Jun 63 at Cripple Creek);  Taken prisoner in skirmish with Confederate Cavalry on 10 Sep 63 near Greysville, GA;  Taken to Libby Prison in Richmond, VA;  Escaped from Libby on 10 Feb 64; Was given a leave of absence for 1 month or so before rejoining Co D on 9 Apr 64;  Mustered out 18 Jun 64;  He married Emma McCrum in Jan 62 and had 4 children; Although he was born in NY to Welsh immigrant parents, he lived almost all of his life in Newark, Licking Co, OH;  He was a Shoemaker before and after the War, then about 1897 he became Truant Officer for the Schools, a post which he held until the year before he died;  He suffered a mild stroke around 1907 and died of a massive stroke on 1 Apr 1911 

 

 

Brown, Parick J.  22   (1839 - )  Musterd in on 8 Jan 61 as Sgt, becoming 1 Sgt on 11 Nov 61;  Promoted to 2 Lt  "for good and gallant conduct at Shiloh" on 7 Apr 62;  Appointed 1 Lt on 10 Dec 62 (although, like David J. Jones in the bio above this one, he wasn't mustered into his new rank until 3 Jun 63 at Cripple Creek);  He was appointed Commander of Co D from 31 Dec 63 until 8 (or 9?) Apr 64 when Capt David J. Jones had returned from being a POW;  He asked for (and received?) a leave of absence from 27 Jan 64 until 16 Feb 64 due to "matters of importance to attend to which interest me peculiarly and require my own personal presence at Cincinnati";  Mustered out 18 Jun 64;  There were three Patrick Browns living in CIncinnati in 1860--all were born in Ireland and had birth years ranging from 1835 - 1839;  A Patrick Brown (born in Ireland about 1839) is still living in Cincinnati in 1870, apparently with a wife and several children, but I cannot say for certain that this is the gallant and articulate young lieutenant from Co D

 

 

Kantz, John D.   23  (1838 - )  Mustered in as Sgt on 8 Jun 61;  Made 1 Sgt on 7 Apr 62;  Apointed 2 Lt on 10 Dec 62 after 2 Lt James Farran was captured;  Left in Nashville, TN on 26 Dec 62--sick, and moved to a Convalescent Camp in Jan / Feb 63;  Rejoined his Co by Mar 63 at Cripple Creek;  Kantz was captured at Greysville, GA on 10 Sep 63; Spent time in Confederate POW camps in Marion, GA, Atlanta, GA, and Camp Assylum, SC;  Paroled at Goldsboro, GA on 25 Feb 65 and arrived at Camp Parole, MD on 6 Mar 65;  Back to Co D by 28 Apr 65 and mustered out with the Company on 18 Jun 64;  Name also spelled Kautz;  There was also a John Kautz / Kantz (no middle initial) who was a Pvt in Co K;  Is our Lt Kantz the same man listed as John D. Kantz in Cheviot, Hamilton Co, OH in 1870, born about 1838 in OH who worked as a Carpenter and was married to Elizabeth M. Kantz?  

 

 

 

CORPORALS  and  SERGEANTS  of  Co.  D  at  CRIPPLE  CREEK

 

Aldridge, Henry Vincent  19  (1842 - )  Born in Mar 1842 in Nottinghamshire, England and named after a political hero in the Chartism Movement, Henry Vincent;  Mustered in 5 Jun 61 as a Cpl but reduced to a Pvt on 19 Jul 61;  Appointed Cpl again on 11 Nov 61 and promoted to Sgt on 13 Nov 62;  He was sent to Newport, Campbell Co, KY, on Detached Service from 23 Dec 63 until 18 Mar 64 to recruit more men;   Unfortunately, reduced once again to a Pvt on 27 May 64, shortly before being mustered out on 18 Jun 64;  In the 1860 and the 1880 Census Records, he is living in the household with a woman named Efrem or Ephema (Windsor in 1860 and Parks(?) in 1880) who was born in England about 1833--perhaps an older sister?;  I can find no record of him after 1880, when he is living in Clark Co, IN and working as a Candy Maker

 

Johns, Samuel (Fetters?)   22  (<1838> - 1928?)  Mustered in as Cpl on 8 Jun 61;   Promoted to Sgt on 7 Apr 62;  Began Detached Detail with Pioneer Corps from Nov / Dec 62 until 18 Apr 63--unfortunately, it is not clear from the records whose idea it was for Sgt Johns to join the Pioneers;  Capt David J. Jones clearly did not authorize Sgt Johns' Detached Duty--in a letter to Gen Enyart written 14 (?) Mar 63, Jones claims that Sgt Johns has left Cripple Creek without permission to go off with the Pioneer Brigade not once but twice, closing with "Hoping you will endeavor in some way to aid me in demanding and insuring the respect and obedience from my subordinates which you expect from yours";  Meanwhile, on 8 Apr 63, R Clements of the Pioneer Brigade writes to Col Morton asking for the Col's help in obtaining the Descriptive Roll from Co D so that Sgt Johns can finally get paid, stating that Johns "has never been furnished with [the] descriptive Roll and his captain and col refuse to give it to him";  By the end of April, the problem had been referred all the way up to Maj Gen Rosecrans, who apparently sides with Col Enyart and Capt Jones, since the Detachment Muster Roll Card from Mar / Apr says that Johns is "Returned to his regiment by order of Gen Rosecrans";  Things go from bad to worse for Sgt Johns when he is captured along with several others near Graysville, GA on 10 Sep 63;  He is paroled from Richmond, VA on 28 Dec 63, sent to Camp Parole, MD on 29 Dec, and on to Camp Chase, OH by 11 Jan 64;  As has happened to other parolees during their transition from captivity to their return to the regiment, Johns is mistakenly listed as a Deserter, but after a brief furlough in Mar 64, Johns is back with his unit, just in time to be mustered out with them on 18 Jun 64;  I am 99% certain that our Sgt Johns was Samuel Fetters Johns who lived most of his life in Cincinnati, being born there in Dec 1838 and dying there in 1929;  Samuel Fetters Johns was the son of James H. Johns, a successful architect and construction engineer in Cincinnati, three of whose sons (including Samuel Fetters Johns) followed him into the world of designing and constructing many of the premiere examples of architecture in the mid-1800s--if this is our Sgt Johns, then it is no wonder he kept wanting to help out with the Pioneer Brigade (the forerunner of the modern Army Corps of Engineers)  

 

 

 

Jones, William Jr.  22  (1839 - )  Mustered in as a Cpl;  Promoted to Sgt on 11 Nov 61;  Promoted to 1 Sgt on 10 Dec 62;  Captured near Graysville, GA on 10 Sep 63 and taken to Richmond by 26 Sep 63;  Paroled at City Point, VA on 28 Dec 63;  Sent to Camp Chase, OH the next day;  Remained at Camp Chase until 9 May 64--although he was given a 20 day furlough to Cairo, IL in Apr 64;  Returned to his Company in May 64;  Mustered out 18 Jun 64;  Any relation to Capt David J. Jones?  Not to be confused with Pvt William Jones (aged 27) of Co C

 

 

 

Louden, George W.   19  (1842 - )  Mustered in as a Pvt on 8 Jun 61;  Made Cpl on 1 Feb 63 while at Camp Cripple Creek;  Mustered out 18 Jun 64  (Related to Oliver Louden who was KIA?);  Name also appears as Loudon

 

 

McMillan, Charles A. 19   (1842 - 1918)   Born in Newburgh, NY;  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61 as a Pvt;  Promoted to Sgt on 5 Jun 62 and to Ordnance Sgt on 16 Aug 62;  Is placed on extra duty as Ordnance Sgt for the whole Regiment in May / Jun 63;  Granted a leave of absence from 27 Jan - 21 Feb 64;  Detailed on Detached Duty (doing what?) per Genl Thomas on 20 Mar 64;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64;  Entered Disabled Soldiers' Home in Dayton, OH in 1896, suffering from Chronic Bronchitis and Tachycardia;  He was 5' 7" tall with fair complexion, gray eyes and gray hair;  He could read and write;  He was a Protestant;  He had earned his living as a Machinist; He died at the Home on 1 Feb 1918 of Broncho Pneumonia; Buried in the Dayton National Cemetery in Grave 2 - 14 - 41 

 

 

Ruff, Gustavus   24  (1837 - )  Mustered in as a Pvt on 5 Jun 61;  Appointed Cpl on 13 Nov 62;  Severely wounded in the right foot and taken prisoner at Stones River;  Paroled after just a few days and sent to Hospital in Annapolis, MD, followed by a couple of weeks at Camp Chase, OH;  At some point in all this moving about, he was (mistakenly?) placed on a list of Stragglers and Deserters, but was able to join his Company at Camp Cripple Creek on 14 Jun 63;   Promoted to Sgt on 13 Aug 63;  A note appears on his Muster Roll Card for Jan / Feb 64 that $1.50 is to be stopped from his pay for the loss of his bayonet; On the card for Mar / Apr 64 a similar note appears, saying that $1.30 is to be stopped from his pay for the loss of his bayonet--did he lose two bayonets?  Did the price of bayonets drop 20 cents in 2 months?  How does one lose a bayonet?;  Mustered out 18 Jun 64

 

 

Young, Michael  18  (1843 - 1916)  Born in Bavaria, and brought to America when he was just a babe in arms;  Mustered in as a Pvt on 8 Jun 61;  Made Cpl on 1 Jul 62;    Taken prisoner near Graysville, GA on 10 Sep 63;  Sent to Richmond, VA on 28 Sep 63;  Released and sent to Camp Parole, MD on 29 Dec 63;  Sent to Camp Chase, OH on 11 Jan 64;  Rejoined his Regiment on 19 May 64;  Mustered out 18 Jun 64;  He enlisted in Co C of the 2nd US V V on 9 Feb 65 and served until being mustered out on 9 Feb 66 in Albany, NY;  Lived most of his life in the Greater-Cincinnati Area, working as a Painter;  When he entered the Home for Disabled Soldiers in Dayton, OH (for the first time) in 1888, he was 5' 2" tall, with fair complexion, blue eyes, light-colored hair, suffering from Rheumatism;  He was a widower with two grown children and a brother, Jacob, who lived in Cincinnati;  He would be in and out of the Home 4 times, ending with his death there on 31 Mar 1916 from a Myocardial Insufficiency;  He was buried in the Dayton National Cemetery in Grave 1 - 18 - 25

 

 

         OTHER  PERSONNEL   from  Co.  D  at   CRIPPLE   CREEK

 

[Due to restructuring of the Company Personnel on 7 Jun 61; several positions such as Musician and Wagoner were eliminated and the men who held those positions were reduced to Pvt]

ENLISTED  MEN  of  COMPANY  D  at  CRIPPLE  CREEK

Alholtz, Gothlieb     ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Taken prisoner at Graysville, GA on 10 Sep 63

 

Atkinson, Alexander     ( - )  Mustered in on 8 Jul 61;  Mustered out on 15 Jun 64

 

Bromfield, Jasper P.     ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64

 

 

Brown, Daniel  19   (1842 - )  Was mustered in as a Cpl, but requested to be reduced to Pvt almost immediately;  Was re-instated as a Cpl on 13 Aug 63;  Taken prisoner near Graysville, GA on 10 Sep 63;  Paroled 7 Mar 64 at City Point, VA;  Arrived at Camp Parole, MD on 9 Mar 64;  to Camp Chase, OH on 26 Mar 64;  Returned to the Regiment on 19 May 64 and mustered out on 18 Jun 64

 

 

Bryant, J. C.     ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64

 

 

 

Burns, John*   21   (1840 - 1864)  Mustered in on 8 Jul 61;  Taken prisoner during the skirmish at Graysville, GA on 10 Sep 63;  Died of Starvation (and Scorbutus?) at the Belle Island Prison on 5 Feb 64;  Buried in Richmond, VA

 

 

Butler, Edward   28  (1833 - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Wounded and taken prisoner at Stones River;  Paroled 27 Jan 63;  Sent to Hospital in Annapolis and then to Camp Chase, OH before returning to Regiment on 14 Jun 63 at Cripple Creek (was mistakenly reported as AWOL on 30 Apr 63 during transition from Hospital to Camp Chase);  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64

 

 

Crane, Charles     ( - )  Mustered in on 8 Jul 61;  Mustered out 15 Jun 64

 

Curren, John     ( - )  Mustered in on 8 Jul 61;  Mustered out on 15 Jun 64

 

Deckhart, Martin  ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64 

 

 

 

Dorna, Christian   23  (1838 - 1880)  Born in IN, he was a first-generation American, both parents being born in Bavaria;  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61 as Wagoner, but was reduced to Pvt on 7 Jun 61 (not because of any disciplinary infraction, but due to restructuring of Command);  Was promoted from Pvt to Cpl on 13 Aug 63;  Captured less than a month later, on 10 Sept 63, at Graysville, GA;  He was eventually released and mustered out--date not given in the AG's Report;  In 1880, he is a Grocer living in Cincinnati with his wife, Mathilde, and several children;  He died in Cincinnati on 10 Dec 1880;  Last name given variously as Derna, Dorne, Dorna

 

 

 

Dougherty, John     ( - )  Mustered in on 8 Jul 61;  Mustered out on 15 Jun 64

 

Elvis, William  ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64

 

 

 

Finkenstein, Martin*  40  (1821 - 1864)  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Sent to Hospital in New Haven, KY in Jan 62 and back with Co D by Sep / Oct 62;  Captured at Graysville, GA on 10 Sep 63 and sent to Andersonville Prison Camp;    Died at Andersonville on 30 Jul 64 or Scorbutus or Diarrhea;  Buried in Grave 4344;  Name appears variously as Finfenstien, Finkenstine, etc.

 

 

 

Harrison, Edward     ( - )  Mustered in 8 Jul 61;  Mustered out 18 Jun 64

 

 

 

Hartley, Samuel   22  (1837 - 1904)  Born in Ireland to Samuel and Jane Hartley;  Came to America in 1860;  Mustered in as a Pvt on 8 Jun 61;  He iis listed as "Absent--Sick at Murfreesboro" from 31 Aug 62 until sometime in Sept;  Would make Cpl on 13 Aug 63;  He was wounded in the left forearm at Chickamauga in Sept 63 and would be in hospital in Nashville until 22 Nov 63;  Mustered out 18 Jun 64;  Spent the rest of his life near Syracuse, NY where he worked as a Bricklayer;  He and his wife, Frances, were married in 1870; They had no children;  He died in Syracuse, Onondaga Co, NY of Dysentery

 

 

Hatter, Frederick   29  (1832 - 1900)  According to a family source on Ancestry.com, he was born in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany and came to American in 1857;  Mustered in on 8 Jun 61;  "Fred" was reported Sick in the Nashville General Hospital on 21 Nov 62 and spent a few weeks at the Convalescent Camp in Nashville before joining his Unit at Camp Cripple Creek;  Was appointed Cpl on 13 Aug 63;   Captured with several others at Graysville, GA on 10 Sep 63 and sent to the notorious Andersonville Prison Camp in GA;  He was released at Aiken's Landing, VA on 24 Feb 65 and taken to the Hospital in Annapolis, MD on 27 Feb 65;  Was mustered out on 29 May 65 from Louisville, KY;  He married Anna Grimm later that year and lived with her and their children in Cincinnati;  He was a Tailor;  Last name occasionally given as Halter;  He is buried on the grounds of the St Elizabeth Hospital in Washington DC, where I assume he was a patient  

 

 

Hetch, John C.  ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64

 

Homan, William  ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64

 

Hughes,  Thaddeus  ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64

 

 

 

Hunt, Charles*  19?  (<1844?> - 1864)  Was reportedly 19 when he was mustered in on 8 Jul 61, meaning he was born about 1842;  He was 5' 5 1/2" tall with a dark complexion, gray eyes, and dark hair  Was one of several men taken prisoner on 12 Sep 61 in a skirmish three miles above Peytonia, VA on the Coal River;  Was released and sent to Camp Wallace to recuperate before joining Co D at Cripple Creek on 11 Apr 63;  He was taken prisoner for the second time in the skirmish near Graysville, GA on 10 Sep 63 (almost 2 years to the day since he was captured the first time);  Was released and on his way to rejoin Co D in May 64, when his return trip took him through the military post in Nashville, TN;  He was wounded by a sentinel's bayonet while in Nashville on 31 May 64 (there is no explanation of why or how this happened);  He died in Nashville on 9 Jun 64 and is buried there in Grave 7989 in the National Cemetery;  Being unmarried, his personl effects were sent to his brother, Patrick, in Boston, MA, to wit:  1 pair of trousers, 1 pair of shoes, 1 pair of socks,  1 hat (forage cap), and 2 wool blankets;  His age on his death record is given as 18, making him born about 1846 [I compromised in his bio here and gave his approximate birth year as 1844]

 

 

Jennings, Michael     ( - )  Mustered in on 8 Jul 61;  Mustered out on 16 Jun 64

 

Kelsey, Henry     ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64

 

 

 

Laittle, Jacob*   30  (1831 - 1864)  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Captured near Graysville, GA on 10 Sep 63;  Sent to Andersonville Prison Camp;  He died there on 17 Jun 64 of Congestive Fever and is buried in Grave 2109;  Name is also spelled Little

 

 

 

 

 

McDonald, Michael*  35  (1826 - 1864)  Born in Ireland;  Mustered in 8 Jul 61;  Taken prisoner for the first time near Camp Gauley in VA on 15 Sep 61 and paroled on 2 Jun 62;  Sent to Hospital at Camp Wallace to recuperate;  Finally returned to the 1 KY while they were at Cripple Creek around Mar 63;  Was taken prisoner (again!) at Graysville, GA on 10 Sep 63 and again sent to a Rebel prison;  Paroled on 20 Mar 64 and sent to hospital in Annapolis, MD on 16 Apr 64 of Congestion of the Lungs 

 

 

 

McElroy, Samuel     ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64

 

McLaughlin, Nicholas     ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64

 

 

Mullaly, Morris   32  (1829 - 1876)  His name on the AG's Report appears as Millally;  He was born in Ireland and may have immigrated in 1849, arriving in New Orleans;  He is probably the M. Mellaly who worked as a Day Laborer living in Storrs Twp of Cincinnati in 1860 with his wife, Bridget, and their daughter Ellen;  Musterd in on 8 Jul 61;  Captured near Camp Gauley in VA on 15 Sep 61, paroled and exchanged and sent to Camp Wallace near Columbus, OH for a few months' recuperation;  He returned to the 1 KY while they were at Cripple Creek (17 Mar 63);  Like a few of his comrades, he was captured for a second time at Graysville, GA on 10 Sep 63 and released at Charleston, SC on 11 Dec 64;  He was sent to a hosital in Annapolis, MD and then to Camp Chase, OH before being mustered out;  He died (in a military hospital?) in Bethlehem, PA on 19 Dec 1876 and is buried there in St. Michael's Cemetery in Grave 1-5-17-SW  

 

 

 

Murphy, Michael*   19   (1842 - 1864)  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Wounded slightly in the left arm at Shiloh on 7 Apr 62 and sent to a hospital in CIncinnati;  He was reported as a Deserter on 18 Aug 61;  On 7 May 62, he was found in Cincinnati, arrested, and confined in the Newport Barracks across the Ohio River in KY;  He was returned to his Company on 27 Sep 62, losing 5 months' pay for the period he was AWOL, but apparently not being discharged from the service;  He was originally listed as Missing In Action (and possibly a Deserter once again) after the Battle of Chickamauga on 19 Sep 63, however, it was later learned he had been taken prisoner at Chickamauga and was being held as a POW in Richmond;  He was taken to a Confederate hospital in Richmond in Apr 64, suffering from Hepatitis and arrangements were made for him to be paroled;  He was sent to a Union hospital in Annapolis, MD, but he died there of Pneumonia on 19 May 64;  He was buried there, in the Ash Grove National Cemetery in Grave B - 467--a sad tale of Desertion and Duty; Valor and Vindication; Michael was unmarried, from Cincinnati

    

 

Noon, Thomas     ( - )  Mustered in on 8 Jul 61;  Mustered out 15 Jun 64

 

 

 

Payne,  Charles     ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64

 

Perkins,  William     ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64

 

Plymesser, John S.  18   (1843 - 1918)  Born in Harrisburg, PA;  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  He was detailed as the Division Teamster from 11 Aug 63 until he mustered out on 18 Jun 64; Married 4 times;  Worked as a Laborer and a Machine Rigger; Died of Senile Dementia and Myocarditis; Buried in the Walnut Hills Cem in Cincinnati

 

Russell, John  ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64

 

 

Ryan, John     ( - )  Mustered in on 4 Jul 61;  Mustered out on 15 Jul 64

 

 

Schatzmann, Frederick*  20  (1841 - 1864)  Younger brother of Jacob (see next bio);  Originally mustered in as a Musician on 5 Jun 61, but reduced to a Pvt (not for disciplinary reasons) on 7 Jun 61;  Was a Pvt until 13 Aug 63 when he was appointed to Cpl;  Less than a month later, he was captured at Graysville, GA (on 10 Sep 63);  He was sent to Andersonville Prison Camp in GA;  He died there on 6 Aug 1864 of diarrhea and is buried in Grave 4831;  The family name appears many different ways in the records:  Schautzmann, Schratsman, Shotzmann, etc 

 

 

Schatzmann, Jacob  25  (1835 - 1920)  Born in OH to Bavarian immigrants;  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61 with his younger brother, Frederick; Like Frederick, he was captured at Graysville, GA on 10 Sep 63 and sent to Andersonville Prison Camp in GA;  Unlike his brother, he survived for 18 months there before his release;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64;  He worked as a Laborer and lived the rest of his life in northern Kentucky, rearing his family with his wife, Rachel;  He filed for an Invalid's pension in 1888;  He died 11 days after his 85th birthday

 

 

 

Schrison, John*  29   (1832 - 1864?)  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Captured by Confederate Cavalry at Graysville, GA on 10 Sep 63;  Sent to Belle Island Prison where he reportedly died of starvation--date unknown;  Buried in Richmond, VA;  Name appears in the AG's roll as Shinson

 

 

 

Shelly, John   22  (1839 - )   Mustered in on 8 Jul 61;  Was reported as sick in a Louisville Hospital on 1 Oct 62;  He was back with Co D by the Jan / Feb 63 Muster List;  Captured at Graysville, GA  on 10 Sep 63;  Mustered out at Camp Dennison, OH by telegram on 15 Jun 64

 

 

Tift, Milton     ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64

 

 

Weaver,  John     ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64

Weissart, Anthon*  29   (1832 - 1864)  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Captured at Graysville, GA  on 10 Sep 63;  Taken to Andersonville Prison;  Taken to the Confederate Hosital there on 2 Dec 64, but he died a few months later on 12 Mar 64 of Scorbutus;  Buried in Grave 12279

Wolf,  George N.     ( - )  Mustered in on 5 Jun 61;  Mustered out on 18 Jun 64

                  MEN OF COMPANY D WHO WERE NOT AT CAMP CRIPPLE CREEK

    DIED                     GONE HOME           TRANSFERRED           UNACCOUNTED FOR            IN HOSPITAL         

Bragger, Frederick

Cadel, Andrew

Daley, James

Gordon, Frederick

Grant, George W.

Loggins, Martin

Louden, Oliver

Quinn, Thomas

 

Andrews, William W.

     (Cpl)

Barr, Samuel, Jr.  

    (Capt)

Bracken, James F.  

     (Cpl)

Bricher, Peter

Calvert, Gordon

Clayburgh, Frank M.

Dale, Thomas D. 

Dick, David S.  (Cpl)

Griffith, David

Harkins, Bernard

Henley, Robert  (Sgt)

Hullman, Frederick

Hunchback, John

Hoffman, John

Johns, David Y.  (Capt)

McDonald, Alexander J.

Morris, Levi

Munroe, Alfred H.

Myers, David

Thompson, John

Thompson, William

Werthwine, Gottlieb

Wessenburgh,

     Frederick  (Cpl)

 

MIAs

Crost, Bernard

Riley, Thomas

 

"Deserters"

Andrews, George W.

Berg, Frederick

Dorson, John

Ellis, Joseph A.

Fitzgerald, Michael

Gilmartin, John

Grace, Richard

Gray, James H.

Kelly, Timothy

Kestenholtz, Charles

  (the AG's roll has him

   as Keslentroly)

Lloyd, George W.

Morris, James

Ray, John

Shokey, John

Yeager, Martin

Young, David

Farran, James (2 Lt)

  Captured VA in Sep

  61; Finally returned

  to 1 KY on 7 Nov 62;   His position had

  been filled by J D

  Kantz, so he was

  transferred to Co I;  

  Wounded severely at

  Stones River--part of

  right shin removed;

  Hositalized until Apr

  64 (was in command

  of VRC 125 Co, 2

  Batt while in hosp);

  Mustered out 21 Jun

  64

Flynn, Michael -

  Wounded in left

  ankle at Shiloh in

  Apr 62, hospitalized

  until his medical

  discharge on 27 Oct

  63

Frey, George -

  Wounded "slightly" in

  leg at Stones River;

  Deserted from

  Hospital in New

  Albany, IN in Dec 63;

  Name incorrectly

  listed as Trey in AG's

  roll

Green, Patrick -

  Wounded severely at

  Shiloh and hospital-

  ized until his dis-

  charge on 11 Apt 63

  from Cincinnati

Smith, Christopher J. -

   Wounded at Stones

   River in hospital in

   Louisville; little and

   ring fingers of left

   hand amputated

   and no use of the

   middle finger;

   Discharged 13 May

   63

 

 

 

 

Brewer, George - To Co B

Freekner, John - To Co B

Hays, Addis - To F&S

Keefer, George - To Co B

Kromer, Henry - To Co B

Reed, Stroeder - To the 

   Pioneer Corps 21 Nov 62

Rode, William - To Co B