1st Regiment
U. S. Veteran Volunteer Infantry

Officers*

Source:  Official Army Register of the Volunteer Forces, U. S. Army, Part VIII: Territories, Veteran Reserve Corps, U. S. Veteran Volunteers, U. S. Colored Troops, Adjutant General's Office, Washington, D. C., July 15, 1867.

Last Name

First Name

Rank

Date of Rank

Remarks

Bird Charles Colonel May 30, 1865  
Sanders William W. Lieut. Colonel August 4, 1865  
Stegman Lewis B. Major December 23, 1864 Brevet Lieut. Colonel, March 13, 1865
Mara John Captain December 24, 1864  
Sherman Edwin L. Captain January 25, 1865  
Nolan Lewis Captain February 6, 1865  
Farr Loring Captain February 14, 1865  
Stevens Phineas Captain February 15, 1865  
Allen Charles Captain February 23, 1865  
Stelle George M. Captain February 28, 1865  
Hartley Paul Captain September 22, 1865  
Stoddard David C. Captain October 24, 1865  
Winfield Daniel H. Captain November 8, 1865  
Ellendorf Julius M. 1st Lt. January 14, 1865 Adjutant; Brevet Captain, March 13, 1865
Connolly Martin R. 1st Lt. January 14, 1865 Regimental Quarter Master
Alrich Canby B. 1st Lt. May 11, 1865  
Bronson James C. 1st Lt. July 14, 1865 Brevet Major, March 13, 1865
Stiles Sampson D. 1st Lt. September 1, 1865  
Nolen Franklin 1st Lt. September 7, 1865  
Benham John H. 1st Lt. September 27, 1865  
Eckles John W. 1st Lt. September 29, 1865  
Ellis William H. 1st Lt. October 23, 1865  
Hooker George 2d Lt. February 21, 1865  
Meyer Adolf 2d Lt. September 1, 1865  
Dame Robert S. 2d Lt. October 12, 1865  
Cosse Thomas J. 2d Lt. October 14, 1865  
Betton Thomas F. Surgeon March 1, 1865  
Sheldon Julius J. Assistant Surgeon February 28, 1865  
Dean Henry M. Assistant Surgeon February 28, 1865  

Casualties

Promoted (1)

1st Lt. John B. Van de Wiede, August 24, 1865, to Captain, 8th Regiment, U. S. Veteran Volunteer Infantry.

Resigned (5)

Captain William Cam, August 28, 1865.
1st Lt. John O'Hagen, December 22, 1865.
2d Lt. Cary G. Strong, May 31, 1865.
2d Lt. Robert Beckett, August 21, 1865.
2d Lt. Louis W. A. Mengel, December 1, 1865.

Discharged (27)

Colonel Charles Bird, January 19, 1866.
Lieut. Colonel William W. Sanders, March 2, 1866.
Major Lewis R. Stegman, (Brevet Lieut. Colonel, March 13, 1865), February 20, 1866.
Captain J. F. Jocknick, June 3, 1865.
Captain David C. Stoddard, February 12, 1866.
Captain Phineas Stevens, February 17, 1866.
Captain Charles Allen, February 26, 1866.
Captain Lewis Nolan, March 1, 1866.
Captain Edwin L. Sherman, March 2, 1866.
Captain Loring Farr, March 2, 1866.
Captain Daniel H. Winfield, March 2, 1866.
Captain John Mara, July 21, 1866.
1st Lt. Sampson D. Stiles, January 31, 1866.
1st Lt. John H. Benham, February 10, 1866.
1st Lt. John W. Eckles, February 13, 1866.
1st Lt. William H. Ellis, February 24, 1866.
1st Lt. Canby B. Alrich, February 26, 1866.
1st Lt. Franklin Nolen, March 1, 1866.
1st Lt. James C. Bronson, (Brevet Major, March 13, 1865), March 2, 1866.
1st Lt. Julius M. Ellendorf, Adjutant; Brevet Captain, March 13, 1865, March 2, 1866.
1st Lt. Martin R. Connolly, Regimental Quarter Master, March 16, 1866.
2d Lt. Frederick R. Jackson, May 20, 1865.
2d Lt. Thomas J. Cosse, January 18, 1866.
2d Lt. George Hooker, March 2, 1866.
Surgeon Thomas F. Betton, March 7, 1866.
Assistant Surgeon Julius J. Sheldon, January 10, 1866.
Assistant Surgeon Henry M. Dean, February 28, 1866.

Dismissed (3)

Captain George M. Stelle, February 10, 1866.
2d Lt. Adolf Meyer, February 10, 1866.

2d Lt. Robert S. Dame, March 4, 1866.

Cashiered (1)

Captain Paul Hartley, February 21, 1866

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*This roster of officers is given as it stood January 10, 1866, date of commencement of muster out. All casualties are given in the list of casualties up to muster out of the last officer.

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