(The following names make up the left hand side list of the memorial, above musicians)
Barnes, Ambrose - Wounded at Crampton's Gap
Baldwin, Warren L. - Killed at Gaines' Hill
Barber, Geo. H. - Killed at 1st Battle of Fredericksburg
Baker, W.R. - Killed at West Point
Cone, Daniel O.
Crowden, James - Wounded at Crampton's Gap
Cunningham, James - Wounded at West Point
Colling, James - Discharged
Deal, John - Wounded at Gaines' Hill
Eggleston, Ira J.
Friend, Nathan - Wounded at Crampton's Gap
Fox, Aaron - Died in Md.
Goodwin, Heman - Discharged
Hugfnot, John - Killed at Crampton's Gap
Hutchinson, A. W. - Discharged
Inman, Carlos T. - Wounded at West Point
Johnson, David - Discharged
Jump, Dewitt - Wounded at Crampton's Gap
(The following name was written in by hand. Question marks represent an illegible word.)
Charles H. Hadley - drew by ??????? review at Crampton's Pass
(The following names make up the right hand side list of the memorial, above musicians)
McFarlin, Thos. -Wounded at Crampton's Gap
Nellis, Nelson S. - Died at Alexandria
Poster, Sumner W.
Pidcock, Edwin - Wounded at Gaines' Hill
Powell, Robert - Wounded at Gaines' Hill
Putnam, Geo. - Wounded at White Oak Swamp
Putnam, John - Deserted
Payne, Charles H.
Stitchell, Wm. - Died on the Chicahominy
Stratford, Geo. - Died on the way to New York
Smith, Thos. - Discharged
Thomas, Nickolas - Killed at Crampton's Gap
Vedder, Geo. D.
Wiggins, Minor - Wounded at West Point
Watkins, Geo. W.
(The following names continue the right hand side list of the memorial, below privates.)
James Denton, - Regimental Bugler
Fred. S. Doane, - Drum Sergeant
John Lintner, - Wagoner
Archibald P. McDonald, - Com. Clerk
(The following names make up the center list of the memorial)
Colonel, R. MATHESON - Died of wounds received at South Mountain
Colonel, F. E. PINTO
Lieut. Col., CHARLES HUBBS
Major, GEORGE F. LEMMON - Died of wounds received at South Mountain
Major, RUSSEL MYERS
Capt. CHARLES HUBBS - Promoted to Lieut. Col.
Capt. FRANK GODINE
1st Lieut. E. W. STONE - Promoted to Capt. Co. D
1st Lieut. N. J. HEBBARD
2nd Lieut. JAMES MARCELLAS - Resigned
(The following names continue the center list of the memorial, below field officers.)
ELI W. TEN BROOK
BENJ. A. OWENS
E. A. LEONARD - Promoted to 1st Lieut. Co. D
LOUIS WRIGHT - Promoted to 2nd Lieut. Co. D, and killed at Crampton's Gap
D. P. YATES - Promoted to 1st Lieut. Co. E
JOHN T. SAMMONS - Promoted to 2nd Lieut. Co. C
HARVEY BELL, Jr. - Promoted to 1st Lieut. Co. K
WM. H. WINNE - Promoted to 2nd Lieut.
GEO. A. PHILLIPS - Killed at Crampton's
(The following names continue the center list of the memorial, below sergeants.)
PETER B. TURNBOUL
THOS. H. RORK
CHAS. G. BOYD
GEO. BELDIN - Discharged
FRANK N. LANE - Killed at West Point
WM. REED - Discharged
(The following statement is in the lower center of the memorial, below corporals.)
Mustered into U. S. Service May 31, 1861
(The following list of engagements is in the lower left corner of the memorial.)
WEST POINT, May 7, 1862
GAINES HILL, June 27, 1862
WHITE OAK SWAMP, June 30, 1862
MALVERN HILLS, July 1, 1862
(The following list of engagements is in the lower right corner of the memorial.)
2nd BULL RUN, August 29, 1862
CRAMPTON'S PASS, SOUTH MOUNTAIN, Sept. 14, 1862
ANTIETAM, Sept. 17, 1862
FREDERICKSBURG, Dec. 13, 1862
2nd Battle of FREDERICKSBURG, May 3 & 4, 1863
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