Consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 19 May 1863

Consolidated morning report, 19 May 1863

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CONSOLIDATED MORNING REPORT of The Ninety First Regiment of Infantry Pennsylvania Volunteers commanded by Colonel E. 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 19th 1863.Camp near Falmouth Va.
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 1 1
Battalion Staff Officers
Captains 1 1 1 1 4
First Lieutenants 1 1 2
Second Lieutenants 1 1 1 1 4
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 2 1 2 2 2 1 4 14
Corporals 2 3 2 2 1 1 11
Saddlers
Wagoners
Field Music 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 11
Artificers & Blacksmiths
[some reports, including 25 March's, have 'Artificers & Blacksmiths' crossed out, and 'Pioneers' written in]
Privates 1 122015 104 5 3 4 74
Recruits
Special dutyCommissioned Officers 1 1
[Morris Kayser was acting adjutant]
Extra and daily dutyNon-commissioned Officers 2 1 1 1 5
Privates 21 3 1 113 1 9 3 52
SickCommissioned Officers 1 1
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 2 1 4
[some morning reports, including 10 March 1863's, add "in quarters"]
In arrest or confinementCommissioned Officers 1 1
[Benjamin Tayman]
Non-commissioned Officers
Field Music
Artificers, Blacksmiths, Saddlers and Wagoners
Privates 1 1 2
Horses Serviceable 11 11
Unserviceable 24 24
[some morning reports have 'Unserviceable' crossed out and 'Mules' written in]
Total commissioned 4 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 16
Total enlisted 3 301531241 2612131513 183
Absent Field, Staff, and Band A B C D E F G H I K Unas-
signed
Total
On detached serviceCommissioned Officers 1 2 1 2 6
Enlisted Men 205 141151 2 15221 7 148
With leaveCommissioned Officers 1 1
Enlisted Men 1 1 1 3
Without leaveCommissioned Officers
Enlisted Men 1 1 2 2 1 7
[Joseph Anten (B); Mayberry Warntz (H)]
SickCommissioned Officers 2 2
Enlisted Men 1 8 8 161113 1817127 17 126
[Total is 128]
Paroled prisoner 1 1
[This column is handwritten in the inner margin.]
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 2 2 2 1 2 9
Total enlisted 1 2916302467 2032371025 289
[Total is 291]
Present & absent Field, Staff, and Band A B C D E F G H I K Unas-
signed
Total
Commmissioned officers 6 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 25
Total enlisted 4 5931614868 4644502538 474
[The total is written over another number.]
Aggregate 106134645070 4846512639 499
Aggregate last report 106134645061 4846512637 488
Total of horses
Alterations since last report
G
a
i
n
Commis'd officersBy Promotion or Appoint
By Transfer
Enlisted menRecruits from Depots
Enlisted in the Regiment
Re-enlisted
By Transfer
From Missing In Action 9 2 11
From Desertion
L
o
s
s
Commis'd officersResigned or Disbanded
Dismissed
Transferred
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
Died Of Disease, &c.
Missing In Action
Deserted
MemorandaWounded In Action
No. of Recruits required 3967375030 5254487360 510
No. of Horses required

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

[co.E] Privates [John] Griffith, [George] Keever, [Joseph] Rementer, [Samuel] Stewart, [Robert] Wooden, [James] Clayton [?], Baid [sc. David Baird], [William] Dougherty,
John L. Keever Paroled prisoners returned to duty with Regt.
[These men had been captured at the battle of Fredricksburg, when company E was left behind.]

[co.K] W.[illiam] R. Cooper Lewis T. Lammy [?] from missing in action


Morris Kayser
Actg Adjutant.

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Commanding the Regiment

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