91st PA--co.B monthly return May 1864

Monthly return, company B, May 1864

[Thanks to Don Zierer for providing a copy of this to me!]
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[This report has five tables:
statistical summary
enlisted men on extra or daily duty
absent enlisted men
commissioned officers, present and absent, accounted for by name
alterations since last return, among the enlisted men]



RETURN of Captain John F. Casner Company (B) of the Ninety First Regiment of Penna Vols Infty Army of the United States, (Colonel E. M. Gregory,) for the month of May 1864.

[I rotated the table 90 degrees for legibility. I did not try reproducing the raised dots used for zeroes.]


PRESENT. COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. For duty.  
On special duty. 1
Sick.  
In arrest or suspension.  
   
TOTAL. 1
ENLISTED MEN. For duty. 23
On extra, or daily duty. 2
Sick.  
In arrest, or confinement.  
   
TOTAL 25
ABSENT. COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. On detached service.  
With leave.  
Without leave.  
Sick.  
   
   
TOTAL  
ENLISTED MEN. On detached service. 2
With leave.  
Without leave. 14
Sick. 11
In arrest, or confinement.  
   
TOTAL. 27
WHERE. Within the Dep't. Commissioned officers.  
Enlisted men. 1
Without the Dep't. Commissioned officers.  
Enlisted men. 26
PRESENT AND ABSENT. COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. Captains.  
First Lieutenants.  
Second Lieutenants. 1
Brevet Second Lieutenants  
TOTAL COMMISSIONED. 1
ENLISTED MEN. Sergeants. 3
Corporals. 3
Buglers.  
Musicians. 2
Farriers and Blacksmiths.  
Artificers.  
Privates. 44
   
TOTAL ENLISTED. 52
AGGREGATE. 53
AGGREGATE LAST MONTHLY RETURN. 54
ALTERATIONS SINCE LAST MONTHLY RETURN. GAIN. COMM'D OFFICERS. By promotion or appointment.  
By transfer.  
   
ENLISTED MEN. Recruits from Depots.  
Enlisted in the Regiment.  
Re-enlisted.  
By transfer.  
From missing in action.  
From desertion.  
   
AGGREGATE.  
LOSS. COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. Resigned, or disbanded.  
Dismissed.  
Transferred.  
   
Missing in action.  
DIED. In act'n or of wounds rec'd there.  
Of disease, &c.  
ENLISTED MEN. DISCHARGED. Expiration of service.  
For disability.  
By sentence G.C.M.  
By order. 1
By civil authority.  
   
Transferred.  
DIED. In act'n or of wounds rec'd there.  
Of disease, &c.  
Missing in action.  
Deserted.  
AGGREGATE. 1
MEMORANDA. Wounded in action. 5
Recruits required. 46
HORSES. Serviceable.  
Unserviceable.  
Lost in action.  
PIECES ARTILLERY. Heavy.  
Field.  
Mountain.  
No. of Blank Company Returns on hand.  


ENLISTED MEN ON "Extra or Daily duty," accounted for by name.
(The specific kind of such duty is to be carefully stated.)
Sergeants. Corporals. Musicians. Artificers, Farriers, &c. Privates. Note 1.-- Actions, in which the company or any portion of it, has been engaged; scouts, marches, changes of station, &c., every thing of interest, relating to the discipline, efficiency, or service of the company, will be minutely and carefully noted, with date, place, distance marched, &c.
Note 2.--The name and rank of the officers and soldiers killed or wounded, in action, with date and place, will be accurately noted.
        2 Edwin J. Burr on duty as clerk for Quartermaster since April 5th 1864
Anthony Toland for duty as Pioneer at Brigade Hd Qrs since May 3rd 1864


ABSENT ENLISTED MEN, accounted for by name.
(The nature, commencement, period, and place, of absence to be invariably stated.)
Sergeants. Corporals. Musicians. Artificers, Farriers, &c. Privates. NOTE 3.--One copy of this return will be transmitted, on the first of each month, to the Adjutant at Regimental Headquarters. Blanks will be supplied to companies from the Adjutant General's Office, and their receipt must be promptly acknowledged.
1         Adrian A Beaugereau on detached service as Clerk at Camp Convalescent Alexandria Va [?]
    1     Musician Patrick Byrne on Detached Service at Chester Hospital Rendezvous Chester Pa since Feb 22nd /64
  2       Corp James Chism absent wounded in Hospital since May 14th 1864
Corp Geo Mittinger absent sick at Division Hospital since May 10th 1864
        9 Private Jacob Clothier absent sick since May 10th 1864;
Priv. Henry F. Cole absent sick in Hospital at Phila Pa since Dec 1862.
Priv Thos Conroy absent sick in Hosp at Chester since March 2nd 1864
Priv Geo K C McCleary absent sick in Hospital Washington DC
Priv Charles Smith and Wm G Kells [?] absent wounded [?] since [?] May 23rd 1864.
Private John F. Walters absent wounded since May 10th 1864
Private Patrick Gallagher absent wounded since May 15th 1864
Priv Joel Weeks absent wounded in Hospital at Washington since Dec 13th 1862
        14 Privates John Baird, John Carrol, Ashman C Daballad, Philip Daly, Samuel Edward, Wm S Johnson, John Marshall, Wm McGevy, William McVeigh [?], John A Mootheart, William Sutton, James Sutton, John Thompson, Henry Wilson [?] absent without leave



STATION: Near Old Church
DATE May 31th 1864
John F Casner Capt.
Commanding the Company.

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RETURN
Of Company (B 91st) Reg't of Pa Vet Vols
For the month of May, 1864.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS, present and absent, accounted for by NAME.

NOTE 4.--The date (with Mo. date, &c. of order) at which an officer is assigned, or transferred to, joins or rejoins the company, assumes, or is relieved from the command of it, or from any special duty, will be stated against his name; against that of absent officers, the No. and date of order, the reasons for and commencement of absence, and period assigned for same, (to be repeated on every return, while it lasts.)

NOTE 5.--After the list of ABSENT officers will follow the record of those resigned, died, &c., or transferred from the company, with No., date, &c., of order, date, place, and in case of death, its cause.

No. NAMES.
The brevet, as well as the regimental rank, to be given.
RANK. REMARKS.
PRESENT
1 Justis A. Gregory 2nd Lieut On special duty acting as Adjutant, since May 14th /64
ABSENT
[blank]



ALTERATIONS SINCE LAST RETURN, among the ENLISTED MEN.

NOTE 6.--The date, &c., of all transfers to or from the company, (with No. and date of order,) of all apprehensions, discharges, furloughs, deaths, desertions, &c., will be accurately noted; also the places of discharge, death, desertion, &c.

(To be accounted for BY NAME, and classed in the same order, as on the face of the return.)

No. NAMES. RANK. DATE. PLACE. REMARKS.
1 John Vaughn P May 1st Brandy Stat Discharged for transfer to U.S. Navy by Gen Order No 71 [?] War Department May 1st 1864

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