Company K, 4th Delaware Inf. Volunteers

Captain: Dennis Cummings John McFadden
Joshua S. Valentine James Cunningham Charles McGlinchey
First Lieutenants: Timothy Cushing Charles McLaughlin
John H. Carson William Daily John McMichael
Thomas H. Challenger Henry Daring Isaac McPike
Second Lieutenant: Zachariah G. Dennis John W. Messick
Eldridge T. Yardly Andrew Dever John Miller
First Sergeant: John Dever William Mills
William Drinkhouse Charles Dorbrooke William Moice
Sergeants: William Dunsmore  a Andrew Morris  a
John F. Brainard John W. Foster Patrick Murphey
Philemon Croney Michael Gallagher Patrick Nolen  c
John Hanly  a Francis P. Griffith James O'Brien
George W. Johnson James Hardcastle Cornelius Palmatory
James O'Neal Edward Harper  d Charles E. Payne  d
Corporals: William Harrigan John F. Payne  a
Jeremiah Bryan  a William Harris James Pheasan  d
James W. Carney Arthur Hart William Poore
John H. Cleaves William Heaflin Joseph Quillen
Henry W. Glatts  d James Hickey Abraham Ritchie
Robert K Ingram William H. Hiller James H. F. Rock  d
George B. McClees David W. Hitch Joseph Russell  a
William J. Richards  c Alfred Hoover James Ryan
David M. Shaw George W. Hosmer John Salmans
Richard B. Speakman Francis Jeandell David B. Sammons
Musicians: Darling Johnson Jacob W. Smith
Henry B. Henderson Thomas W. Johnson Philip Smith
George Obrian Thomas C. Jones Charles Sparks
Thomas M. Vandiver Eli Kelly John States
Privates: Thomas C. Keyser William Sweeney
Samuel P. Atkinson William Kiley Joseph Tolbert
Robert Banett  a James King Stephen Vandiver  a
George W. Borrell John Lynch William L. Vandiver
Charles H. Brainard Mark Lyons Patrick Waldon
Patrick Carl Peter Maginnis William P. Wells
James F. Carroll John Mason Thomas J. Wilgus
John Collins  d Robert J. Mason Samuel Wilkinson
Johathan Cook Patrick McAnalle George Williams
Thomas Cox William McCall Albion Wiley
James Coyle James McCrea  d Thomas J. Young

Supplement:  Its final mustering out, June 3 1865.  Two non-commissioned officers were killed in action, one was wounded and one died of disease; six privates were killed in action, six died of disease, on was wounded and one died of wounds.

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