U. S. Army 1863 Invalid Corps Transfers, September 7th

General Orders No. 302, War Department, Adjutant General's Office, Washington, September 7, 1863. Non-commissioned officers and privates, having been duly examined and declared unfit for further field service, but fit for duty in the Invalid Corps, are hereby transferred from their respective Regiments and Companies to the Invalid Corps, to take effect September 1, 1863.

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Names in this online transcription include Abbe, Ackerman, Ackley, Adams, Adison, Agan, Alger, Allen, Amach, Amsden, Anderson, Anfinson, Arnold, Aufdermauer, Avy, Bailey, Bainburg, Ball, Barber, Barnes, Barrell, Barter, Bartholomew, Barton, Bascom, Bass, Batchelder, Baumann, Beach, Beals, Bear, Behler, Benedict, Benham, Benjamin, Bennett, Berquer, Bevens, Bissell, Blackburn, Blackwell, Blake, Blan, Blanchard, Bollig, Bollman, Bolls, Boose, Bott, Bowler, Boyer, Brackett, Bradford, Bradley, Bragden, Brandeker, Braning, Bremiss, Brewer, Bridgeton, Brill, Brown, Bubier, Bumpas, Bunting, Burch, Burgert, Burnham, Burns, Burr, Butler, Butman, Butters, Button, Calderhead, Calhoun, Campbell, Canon, Carey, Carpenter, Carrick, Carter, Casidy, Cassidy, Caswell, Chambers, Chandler, Chaney, Charter, Chase, Chisty, Churchill, Clark, Clarke, Coats, Cockley, Coe, Cohoone, Colby, Cole, Collier, Collins, Collister, Comstock, Cone, Connery, Conoly, Coodlige, Coote, Copley, Corcoran, Covey, Cowles, Cox, 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Sargent, Sattin, Saunders, Sawyer, Searle, Sedgwick, See, Seely, Seery, Selby, Shannon, Shawney, Sheldon, Shell, Shellhouse, Shenkel, Shippey, Shmaelsrieth, Sholler, Shons, Shrieve, Simpson, Singleton, Smith, Snell, Sorber, Sowers, Spath, Splain, Springle, St. Clair, Stackpole, Stafford, Stahl, Staples, Stedman, Stevens, Stockford, Stoneking, Stratton, Strole, Stross, Sturgeon, Sulivan, Sullivan, Summy, Sutton, Sutturan, Swain, Swanton, Sweet, Swityer, Taggert, Taylor, Teator, Tellerson, Tewksbury, Thatcher, Therman, Thompson, Thornton, Thorp, Thradskile, Thrapp, Thun, Tomlinson, Tooley, Towne, Tracy, Trask, Traverse, Tremble, Trester, Tripp, Tuttle, Twitchell, Umberfield, Upson, Van Horn, Vancourt, Vanderhoff, Vandervoort, Vanfleet, Vangoirden, Vangoirder, Vanhook, Vankirk, Varriel, Vaughn, Vichers, Visard, Voelker, Wade, Wadleigh, Wainwright, Wait, Walker, Walters, Waltham, Walther, Waltz, Wanbecq, Waram, Warble, Warren, Warts, Waterhouse, Waters, Watt, Weaver, Weeden, Weeks, Welch, Wells, Welsh, West, Whitlow, Whitney, Wilcox, Wilkins, Williams, Willis, Willson, Wilson, Winter, Wiseman, Witman, Wood, Woodman, Woodward, Woody, Wortsel, Wright, Wrin, Yarnell, Yates, Young, Zinn.

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