Another newspaper item on the 94th Infantry Regiment from George Halladay.
Thank you, Mr. Halladay! He also sent a brief history of the regiment.
CASUALTIES IN THE 94TH INFANTRY REGIMENT.-
The following report of killed, wounded and missing in the 94th, has been forwarded to the Watertown Reformer by acting Adjutant Hulbert. The 94th is justly regarded in the army as one of the most gallant regiments in the service:
A. A. Larkins, shot in the breast
David Shampine, shot in the head (NOTE: New York State Adjutant General Office report says he died of disease Dec. 13, 1862)
0. J. Mason, Sergeant, leg
Jerome Moore, side, severe
Nelson Richards, locality of wound unknown
S. Bowman, forehead, slight
Clark Ford, arm
Eugene Howard, right breast, severe
I. W. Rouse, head, slight
Wm, Sergeant, heel
Jacob Barner, right arm, amputated
R. P. Halladay, Sergeant, thigh
D. Beman, Corporal, ankle broken
Jeremiah Thompson, locality of wound unknown
John Thompson, locality of wound unknown
James P. Cross, leg
Josiah Hughes, leg
C. V. Halladay, finger off
Franklin Bean, finger off
Monroe Taber, leg, severe
George Shufelt, body, has since died
John A. Meckles, head and body, is probably dead
Thomas Jeffery, groin, missing
Samuel Place, captain, leg, severe
Orlo Cheever, sergeant, dead
David Conklin, locality of wound unknown
Henry Harris, head
James Swart, locality of wound unknown
Benjamin Merrill, arm, slight
Judah Wells, chin, slight
James Denning, breast, severe
Wm. Wilder, head, slight
Leonard Cummings, right hip, severe
A. H. Hart, side
Laban Blodget, private, groin, severe
Nicholas Rector, corporal, hip
Chas. Lucas, private, foot
Samuel Treadway, private, shoulder, slight
Frank Bowhall, corporal, leg
Thos. Lester, private, unknown
John D. Newman, groin, severe
Myron Rose, neck, slight
Albert J. Persons, unknown
Levi Carpenter, captain, head, severe
Alfred Tarcott, private, leg, severe
Charles M. Morrison, leg, severe
Ceriel La Ravier, leg
Sylvester Davis, finger off
Andrew Smith, corporal, groin, severe
Alphens Fuller, neck, severe
Charles I. Holley, shoulder
George Crane, thigh
Charles Mochier, sergeant, thigh
0. P. Clark, corporal, foot
Company B-David French, Nathan Hildreth.
Company C-James Webber.
Company D-- Wesley W. Standart, A. F. Drankan.
Company E-Ephosian Nichols.
Company G-Hiram C. Huntington.
Company H-Nelson Switzer, Geo. L. Clark.
Company I-John Steadham.
Company K-Wm. Mealas, Geo. Walters.
Total killed, 8; wounded, 55; missing, 18.
Lieut. W. W. Tyler, acting adjutant, was severely wounded in right ankle.
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