Consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 7 May 1863

Consolidated morning report, 7 May 1863

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CONSOLIDATED MORNING REPORT of Ninety First Regiment of [illegibly light] commanded by Colonel Edgar M. Gregory.

NOTE.--Regimental and Battalion Staff Officers, when belonging to companies, will be reported in such companies as "on detached service," and be accounted for in "Field and Staff." They will, however, be dropped from aggregate of "Present and Absent" in Field and Staff, and be accounted for in the aggregate of their respective companies.


Date May 7th 1863.
Companies Field, Staff, and Band A B C D E F G H I K Unas-
signed
Total
Present
For duty Field Officers 2 2
Assistant Surgeon
Regimental Staff Officers 2 2
Battalion Staff Officers
Captains 1 1 1 1 1 [5]
First Lieutenants 1 1 1 [3]
Second Lieutenants 1 1 1 1 1 [5]
Regt'l Non-comm'd Staff 2 [2]
Batt'n Non-Comm'd Staff
Hospital Stewards 1 [1]
First Sergeants 1 1 1 1 [4]
Company Q.M. Sergeants
Sergeants 3 1 2 2 2 3 2 4 [19]
[Co.C has a crossed-out '1'.]
Corporals 1 3 4 6 3 2 1 2 [22]
[The co.D entry is written over another number]
Saddlers
Wagoners
Field Music 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 [14]
Artificers & Blacksmiths 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 [17]
[some reports, including 25 March's, have 'Artificers & Blacksmiths' crossed out, and 'Pioneers' written in]
Privates 2714231922 1817159 6 [170]
[The co.D and F entries are written over other numbers.]
Recruits
Special dutyCommissioned Officers
Extra and daily dutyNon-commissioned Officers 1 [1]
Privates 2 1 1 1 3 2 2 1 [13]
The co.G entry is written over another number.]
SickCommissioned Officers 1 1 [2]
Non-commissioned Officers 1 2 [3]
Field Music
Artificers, Blacksmiths, Saddlers &c.
[some morning reports, including 10 March 1863's, have "In Hospital"]
Privates 1 [1]
[co.F has a crossed-out '1'. some morning reports, including 10 March 1863's, add "in quarters"]
In arrest or confinementCommissioned Officers
Non-commissioned Officers
Field Music
Artificers, Blacksmiths, Saddlers and Wagoners
Privates 1 [1]
Horses Serviceable
Unserviceable
Total commissioned 5 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 19
Total enlisted 3 3919323035 2627251517 268
[The co.E entry is written over another number]
Absent Field, Staff, and Band A B C D E F G H I K Unas-
signed
Total
On detached serviceCommissioned Officers 1 1 [2]
Enlisted Men 9 2 135 11 2 2 6 3 [53]
With leaveCommissioned Officers
Enlisted Men 1 1 [2]
Without leaveCommissioned Officers
Enlisted Men 2 1 1 7 1 [12]
[Mayberry Warntz (H)]
SickCommissioned Officers 2 1 1 1 [5]
Enlisted Men 1 8 8 131313 1817117 15 [124]
[The co.F entry is written over another number.]
In hands of civil authorityCommissioned Officers
Enlisted Men
In arrest or confinementCommissioned Officers
Enlisted Men 2 1 1 [4]
[probably Henry Cooker (I)]
HorsesServiceable
Unserviceable
Total commissioned 1 2 1 1 1 1 [7]
Total enlisted 1 2012272024 2019249 19 [195]
[the co.F and co.H entries are written over other numbers]
Present & absent Field, Staff, and Band A B C D E F G H I K Unas-
signed
Total
Commmissioned officers 6 2 2 3 2 2 2 3 2 1 1 26
Total enlisted 4 5931595059 4646492436 463
[The co.A and co.F entries are written over other numbers, and the total is hard to read.]
Aggregate 106133625261 4849512537 489
[The co.F entry is written over another number; it looks like '46' not '48'. The total is hard to read]
Aggregate last report 106536705567 5250522641 524
[These numbers come from the 27 April report.]
Total of horses
Alterations since last report
G
a
i
n
Commis'd officersBy Promotion or Appoint
By Transfer 1 1
Enlisted menRecruits from Depots
Enlisted in the Regiment
Re-enlisted
By Transfer
From Missing In Action
From Desertion 1 1
L
o
s
s
Commis'd officersResigned or Disbanded 1 1 2
Dismissed
Transferred 1 1
Missing In Action
Died in action or of wounds received there
Died of Disease &c.
Enlisted menDischarged Expiration of service
Discharged For Disability
Discharged By Sentence G.C.M.
Discharged By Order
Discharged By Civil Authority
Transferred
Died In action or of wounds received there 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 10
Died Of Disease, &c.
Missing In Action 4 1 7 1 4 2 1 4 24
[The co.D entry is written over another number.]
Deserted
MemorandaWounded In Action 1 2 8 3 4 9 4 4 5 40
No. of Recruits required 3967394839 5252 74 [410]
No. of Horses required

Remarks (Alterations since last Report to be accounted for by name.)

[Field staff and band] Col. E. M. Gregory wounded at Battle of Chancellorvi[lle]
May 3rd 1863

[co.A] Corpl. [Samuel W] Wilson Privates [Johnson] Agnew, [William] Kintzler, + [Rudolph] Maidle [?] missing. [William] Stettler + [Joseph] Mills wounded in the Battle of Chancellorville May 3rd [?] 1863 [Maidre and Wilson were killed; Mills died 17 June of wounds received in action]

[co.B] Corpls [Jacob] Lynn + [Sebastian] Badini [?] killed in Battle of Chancellorville May 3rd /63 [Thomas] Patterson missing in action of May 3rd /63 [Patterson was killed]

[co.C] Sergt [John] Bisbing [?] killed at Battle of Chancellorville May 3rd /63 Corpl [Andrew] Brown + Simpson [According to Bates, Samuel Simpson was wounded at Chancellorsville, but was a private when he mustered out; the only Corporal Simpson (C) Bates lists is William H Simpson.] Privates [John] Banning
[William] Hoover [?] [This could be William Hooven, but Bates lists Hoover, and not Hooven, as wounded at Chancellorsville] [Albert] Morgan [?] [George] Ott [John] Worl missing in action of the 3rd inst [Banning was killed] Capt [Theodore] Parsons Sergt [Joseph] Gilbert Pri [William] Beale
[Charles] Coats [Henry] Chitlick [?] [William] Carpenter, Oneill [?] [either John O'Neill or Thomas O'Neill], [Joseph E] Smith + [Alexander] Kealy [?] wounded

[co.D] [Robert] Stewart [??] + Steele [This could only be Samuel Steel (D), who died at Fredericksburg in 1862, according to Bates] missing in action Joseph Johnson Joseph Kesler [?] killed

[co.E] Wm Bryson + Francis McMakin killed in battle May 3rd /63 Corpl. [William] Jeffries Privates
[Martin] Blake Wm McCartney Robert R. Miller missing

[co.F] Sergt [Joseph] Gebler killed in action Privates [James] Smith + [George] Stroup missing
Capt [John] Weeks discharged on surgeons certificate of [illegible word; presumably intended to be 'disability']

[co.G] Private [Israel] Barnes killed Sergts [Frederick] Henry [Amos] Truman [?] [John] Evans Pri [Reuben] Auman [?]
[William] Cox [Frederick] Lehman [George] Pilkington [Alexander] Scott + [Samuel] Williamson wounded

[co.H] Lieut [Morris] Kayser assigned to duty from co. "I" Private [John] Sommers missing
Capt [Charles] Henry discharged for disability

[co.I] Corpl [John] Cooker killed Corpls [Alexander] Mallack [George] Leaf + [Henry] Erdman Pri Calahan [The only Callahan in co.I in Bates is John Callahan, who was transferred to co.E in 1862, according to Bates] [illegible word, probably 'wounded', since the "memoranda" list 4 wounded, and no men from co.I were dropped as missing in action]
Lieut [Morris] Kayser transferred to co. "H"

[co.K] Michael Connelly, Eugene Chambers, Wm R Cooper, Louis Lammy


B. J. Tayman
Adjutant.

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Commanding the Regiment

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