Consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 29 June 1864

Consolidated morning report, 29 June 1864

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CONSOLIDATED MORNING REPORT of The Ninety First Regiment of 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 June 29th 1864 Camp near Petersburg 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 1 1
Regimental Staff Officers 2 2
Battalion Staff Officers
[In some reports, including 23 Oct 63, 'Battalion Staff' is crossed out, and something is written over it, perhaps 'Surgeon']
Captains 1 1 1 1 1 5
First Lieutenants
Second Lieutenants 1 1 2
Regt'l Non-comm'd Staff 1 1
Batt'n Non-Comm'd Staff
Hospital Stewards
First Sergeants 1 1 1 3
[co.A has a crossed-out '1']
Company Q.M. Sergeants
Sergeants 1 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 17
Corporals 2 1 3 3 3 1 2 1 1 17
Saddlers
[some morning reports--including 3 September 1863's--have 'Bugler' written in.]
Wagoners
Field Music 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 11
Artificers & Blacksmiths
[In some morning reports, 'Artificers & Blacksmiths' is crossed out and 'Pioneers' written in. In others (including 21 Feb 64), 'not mustered' is written over the words]
Privates 2310182732 8 8 119 7 153
Recruits
Special dutyCommissioned Officers 1 1 2
[Justus Gregory (B) was acting regimental quartermaster probably starting 26 June 1864]
Extra and daily dutyNon-commissioned Officers
Privates 2 1 2 2 1 3 1 12
SickCommissioned Officers
Non-commissioned Officers 2 1 3
Field Music
Artificers, Blacksmiths, Saddlers &c.
[some morning reports, including 10 March 1863's, have "In Hospital"]
Privates 1 1
[some morning reports, including 10 March 1863's, add "in quarters".]
In arrest or confinementCommissioned Officers
Non-commissioned Officers 1 1
Field Music
Artificers, Blacksmiths, Saddlers and Wagoners
Privates
Horses Serviceable
Unserviceable
[some morning reports have 'Unserviceable' crossed out and 'Mules' written in]
Total commissioned 5 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 14
Total enlisted 1 3018253741 1212161611 219
Absent Field, Staff, and Band A B C D E F G H I K Unas-
signed
Total
On detached serviceCommissioned Officers 1 1 1 3
[co.B has a crossed-out '1']
[James Diehl (D)--aide de camp, Gen Tyler; Theodore Snyder (K)--collecting conscripts, Phila.]
Enlisted Men 2 5 2 7 4 11 1 3 3 1 2 41
[Franklin B Miller (F&S)]
With leaveCommissioned Officers
Enlisted Men 1 1
Without leaveCommissioned Officers
Enlisted Men 10121 5 3 2 2 4 7 46
[see veterans--men who went AWOL]
SickCommissioned Officers 1 1 1 1 1 1 6
[the '1' in F&S is written over a '2']
[Joseph Sinex (F&S), Henry Francis (F), Adam Murphy (G), Joseph Jones (H)]
Enlisted Men 1 3517192827 1613231013 202
[in some reports, entries are written in the gutter, with 'In hospital' written in as the heading.]
In hands of civil authorityCommissioned Officers
Enlisted Men
In arrest or confinementCommissioned Officers
Enlisted Men 2 1 4 1 8
[John Knecht (A), Frederick Rhodes (A)]
HorsesServiceable
Unserviceable
Total commissioned 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 9
Total enlisted 3 5231273842 1918302216 298
Present & absent Field, Staff, and Band A B C D E F G H I K Unas-
signed
Total
Commmissioned officers 7 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 3 23
Total enlisted 4 8249527583 3130463827 517
[the co. K entry and the total are written over other numbers]
Aggregate 118450537684 3332483930 539
[total=540. the co.E and co.K entries are written over other numbers, and is hard to read]
Aggregate last report 128853597891 3842513932 583
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
From Desertion
L
o
s
s
Commis'd officersResigned or Disbanded
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 1 1 2
Discharged By Sentence G.C.M.
Discharged By Order
Discharged By Civil Authority
Transferred 1 4 1 1 7
Died In action or of wounds received there 4 2 5 2 3 4 3 2 25
Died Of Disease, &c.
Missing In Action
Deserted 1 8 8
[given the net changes listed above, and the total for this line, co.E=0]
MemorandaWounded in Action
No. of Recruits required
No. of Horses required
[In some reports, "Guns" is written over "Horses required"]

Remarks (Alterations since last Report to be accounted for by name.)
[F&S] Hos. Steward D. B. Thomas on duty at Div. Hos.
Discharged June 27/64 for Promotion to Captain + A.Q.M. [no name; presumably David Lentz]
Surg. [William] Kier on duty at Div. Hos.
[co.A] Privates Beaver [probably John A Beaver, who was wounded but did not die, and not sgt William Beaver], [Charles] Thomas, [Albert] Quick, + [Thomas] McDermott Died of wounds recd
[co.B] [illegible; perhaps 'Pri'??] [George] McClary dis for diss [discharged 29 Apr 64]
Pris Pat. Gallagher Wm [?] McKee died of wounds recd
[co.C] Private Henry McCool tranfered to I. Corps [transferred on 15 Mar 64]
Corpl. [Andrew] Brown Pri [William] Hooven Sergt [John] Stewart
Pri Brown [perhaps Conrad Brown, who was injured on 18 June, but did not die; see consolidated morning report for 4 Sep 64] + [William] Miller killed in action of of [sic] wounds received
[co.D] Privates [Samuel] Keen + [Joseph] Reynolds died of wounds recd in action
[co.E] Sergt [Lewis] Brophy, Privates [Joseph] Prickett + [Barney] McNulty Killed in action
Pri Callahan [illegible word] [John Callahan (E) was wounded on 1 Jun 64 and was transferred to the Veterans' reserve corps; Hugh Callahan (E) deserted on 16 Feb 64 while on veteran's furlough]
[co.F] Martin Blake, James C Cartlige [?], Archi McKane, John Russell, trans to I Corps [all were transferred in October 1863; Blake's and Cartledge's transfers had already been reported]
Corpl [Samuel] Lamb Privates [Henry] Gray, [Patrick] Cahill, [David] Hall killed in action
Pri Thompson [perhaps Charles Thompson?] trans to I Corps
[co.G] Corpl [James] Moynehan transferred to I Corps [transferred on 15 Mar 64]
Pri [Morris] Sweeny dis for diss [discharged on 19 Dec 63]
Pris Wm Burton J Scanlon [??] des [illegible; perhaps Jany?] 16/ 64
Pri [John] Perkins [?] [illegible; perhaps Feb--but it doesn't look like that] 16th/64
Pri [Daniel] Farvin, [James] Smith, [James] Watkins, [Charles] Johnson, [James] Gilbert des [?] March [?] 1 [?]/64
[co.H] Corpl [Samuel] Sweeny Pri [James] Hood + [John] Keys Killed in action
[co.K] Pri [Daniel] Leidheiser died of wounds Recd in action
[William H] Johnson Killed in action

B. J. Tayman
Adjutant.

John D. Lentz
Major Commanding the Regiment

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