Company F, 4th Delaware Inf. Volunteers

Captain: John L. Bond M. Maloney
Daniel H. Kent  c Isaac J. Brown William B. McBride
First Lieutenant: Joseph Burns  c William McCall
Henry Gawthrop R. Campbell William McDowell
Second Lieutenant: Neal Cassel P. McGovern
William Stratham c David D. Clark John McMichael
First Sergeants: Eli Clark Henry Meyers
James McCafferty John E. Clark James Moore
Edward D. Gaylord  b Howard Coggins  c L. P. Peterson  d
James R. Mack William Cole John Phillips
Alphus Wilson Josiah G. Cooper  b Peter Pierce
Sergeants: Thomas Corcoran  c William Poor
Edward H. Gregg Thomas Cox Martin Powell
Lindley C. Kent William Crosen Benjamin Provost
A. Willard Nolan James Donnelly James H. F. Rock
Caleb Osmond James Doyle Daniel Scattergood
Barron Washington Hugh J. Enright James Schield
Corporals: Oliver P Farrow David M. Shaw
Andrew Baird  b Stephen H. Fisher Luther Smith  a
James Carrow  c Thomas Fitzgerald R. B. Splakman
William H. Hignutt  b Patrick Foley Joseph Spence  c
Darling Johnson  a John Fox Elisha Steele
Rufus Monckton John Gallity Samuel Still  d
Cornelius Palmatory Francis P. Griffith Robert Stott
Jesse Reed William Griffith Charles Swede
John Salmons  c Edward B. Grose John Thaules
Caleb B. Sheward  d Michael Hains  b John Toner  c
Charles Steinebach  b Anthony Hallman Philip L. Trayser
Thomas L. S. Willgus Peter Hampton William Vandiver
Wagoner: John Hanson William P. Wells
Abraham Bratton M. Heidelbent William Welson
Musicians: William H. Heller John White
John Mulladay Gideon Herbert Alexander Williams
Edward W. Pike John L. Hickman Samuel Wilkinson
Privates: William H. Hinaker Simon Wilmot
Charles Alexander James Hurd  b Robert Wilson
Jehu Alfree George Johnson Samuel Wilson
John Anderson William Jones  c W. H. Wood
Charles Atkins Eli Kelly Charles Zimmerman
George A. Baldwin Otto Lattimer  
Daniel W. Beeby John Luke  

Supplement: The final mustering out, June 3, 1865.  Two commissioned officers were wounded; one non commissioned officer was killed in action, two were wounded, four died of wounds and one died of disease; one private was killed in action, six were wounded, three died of wounds and two died of disease.

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