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39th Indiana Regiment Mounted Infantry Company D
- Muster Roll as of 12 June 1863

39th Infantry - Regiment History

Howard Tribune, 2 July 1863, page 1

Camp Drake - Murfreesboro, Tenn. 12 June 1863

Dear Tribune - In order than friends may know for satisfaction and you to whom to send Tribune, I send herewith the muster roll of Co. D as it stands at present. We are expecting pay for March and April in a few days - Tribunes of the 4th ins. recieved.
Those about whom no contrary remarks are made are here and well.



Captain: Thomas HERRING.
1st Lieutenant: S.D. BUTLER - detatched on General WILLICH's staff.
2nd Lieutenant: J. STANLEY
1st Sergeant: J.A. BORING
2nd Sergeant: G.T. OGDEN
3rd Sergeant: E.W. SCOTT
4th Sergeant: W.F. TYLER
J.M. KYLE acting 5th Sergeant.

1st Corporal: A. ZEEK
2nd Corporal: A.J. YAKEY - in Indiana, sick.
3rd Corporal: H.S. DUTTON - in Indiana, sick.
4th Corporal: W.M. POWELL
5th Corporal: J. BELL
6th Corporal: L.C. BELL
7th Corporal: J. PEARSON
W.E. SHILLING, acting 8th Corporal.
1st Fifer: John T. BICKELL
1st Wagoner: N.F. WHITEKER - in hospital, sick.

Privates:

R. BICKELL,
J.L. BOAK,
J.G. BROWN,
A. BURRIS,
D. BURKET,
H. CARR,
J. CLEVENGER,
J. CORNELL,
H.B. COULTER,
E.T. COULTER,
B. CRAYTHORN - cooking for teamsters,
J. CRAYTHORN - staying with forage for quartermaster,
J.E. CULBERTSON,
J.F. DAISH,
B. DAVIS,
H. DETROW,
N.W. DOWNS - acting chief bugler
R. DUPLER,
W. ESKEW,
A.D. FOWLER - temporary wagoner,
H.W. FREEMAN, teamster at MCCOOK's headquarters,
John GARRETT - in Com. ELLET's squadron on Mississippi River and elsewhere,
H.M. GARRETT,
A.C. GARRETT,
M. GARRIGUS - company clerk,
J. GILASPIE - on duty as saddler
D. GILLILAND,
J. GILLILAND,
P.W. GOSSETT,
J. HARBERT,
W.F. HENSLEY,
G.W. HILL,
J.J. HILL - on duty at quartermasters,
J. HINKLE, on duty as teamster in 2nd division.
R.B. HOLLEY,
J. HOUTZ,
M. HERRINGTON,
S. JARVES,
J.W. JOHNSON,
H. JONES,
W.R. JULIEN,
E.H. JULOW,
D.P. KYLE,
W. LAUD,
J.M. LEMMON,
J.C. LINDSAY
W.A. MARKLAND,
P.J. MARSHALL,
A. METCALF,
E.W. MORRIS,
A. PEARSON,
J.K. POLLOCK,

J.L. PRIEST,
J.M. REEDER - missing in battle of Stone River and pretty surely dead
J.W. RICHARDSON,
C. ROBINSON,
G.W. SHELLEY,
H. SHELLEY,
N. SNYDER,
O.A. SOMERS,
S. SOMERS,
N.A. STOCKMAN - in Indiana on expired furlough, wounded at Stone River
Levi W. SMITH - missing at battle of Stone River and surely dead, we think
J.L. STOCKMAN - in Pioneer corps
W.M. THOMPSON,
E.E. THORNTON,
H. TURNER,
N. TURNER,
J.N. UNDERWOOD - at field hospital,
J.H. WADDELL - in Pioneer corps,
W.D. WARD,
S.L. WARD,
J.M. WHITE - in Pioneer corps,
J. WASHBURN,
J. WILSON.
J.B. WITHEROW,
J.H. YAKEY,

Fifteen have been discharged, one transferred, one killed dead in battle, six mortally wounded, and six died of disease from this company since organization.
We have recieved 23 recruits and lack six of having a full company of 101 men as we had when we entered Camp Morton August 28th 1861.
ROSECRANS has promised to arm the 39th with the Spencer rifle shooter. More anon from M. GARRIGUS.


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