General Orders No. 22, War Department, Adjutant General's Office, Washington, January 14, 1864. Tbe following named enlisted men, having passed the examination prescribed in paragraph 4 of General Orders, No. 106, War Department, Adjutant General's Office, dated April 23, 1863, are, in accordance with authority granted in paragraph 11 of same order, transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will be dropped from the rolls of their respective Regiments, and will report, without arms and with descriptive lists, to the Commanding Officer, Signal Detachment, Department of the Cumberland, Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Names in this online transcription include Adams, Alms, Ashen, Berrick, Biederman, Billings, Black, Bolton, Boxler, Boyden, Breeze, Brewster, Burchinell, Burr, Butler, Butterfield, Button, Campbell, Carroll, Case, Casserleigh, Chase, Colwell, Corn, Cowell, Cravey, Croy, Culver, Darling, Davis, DeBolt, Decker, Deming, Denig, Dicious, Dickie, Dister, Dodge, Doepke, Dove, Drake, Drummond, Early, Finley, Frankenburg, Galloway, Giltner, Girt, Grady, Graham, Greiner, Griffith, Grover, Gwynne, Ham, Handig, Harris, Harrison, Haskell, Hastings, Hawk, Hays, Henry, Hershey, Hinds, Holbrook, Holmes, Hooker, Hoover, Hughs, Hunnold, Hunt, Johnson, Jones, Keeler, Kelley, Kilburn, Kimball, Lamb, Lawson, Le Page, Leigh, Lowe, Maffit, Magoon, Marshall, Mathes, Mathias, Matteson, McCrassan, McFarren, McHenry, McLeod, McMahon, McNames, Metzgar, Miller, Milliken, Monier, Moore, Morgan, Morris, Morrough, Mowery, Mufford, Murry, Newman, Orvis, Pace, Packer, Parker, Parmer, Parsons, Paton, Patterson, Paul, Pendleton, Phillips, Poagne, Poston, Prattle, Reed, Reid, Richards, Richardson, Roney, Ross, Rowles, Rush, Russell, Sayler, Schock, Schwenck, Sharp, Shaul, Shaver, Sheffer, Shields, Shrewsbury, Sisson, Skyles, Smith, Spigol, Stains, Steinhagen, Stewart, Stilz, Story, Thom, Unkefer, Van Achey, Vincent, Vorhis, Waldrip, Walker, West, Wilgus, Wilson, Wilt, Young, Zecher, Zimmerman.
This page features a historical book or original document that was transcribed during 2012 as part of the Genealogy Today Subscription Data collection -- a project focused on capturing details about the lives of your ancestors, from their early years in school, through college and then into their careers, hobbies and group activities. The list of family names above represents unique last names of individuals found in these United States Armed Force records.
While an annual subscription costs less than ten cents per day, there is nothing wrong with being cautious about spending your research budget. That's why we have made this resource searchable -- you can discover possible matches before you subscribe.
Libraries (and genealogical societies) may subscribe to this Subscription Data service and provide their patrons (or members) with unlimited access from shared computers. For details, please visit the On-Premise Access page.
The Genealogy Today catalog number for this item is 17114. When inquiring about the information in this resource, please mention the catalog number.