Roster of 1861

Roster Of Officers
and
Enlisted men of Battery B, First New Jersey Artillery

These 151 Officers and Men, Mustered in 1861,
are Listed by Rank and Alphabetical Order.


-OFFICERS-

  • Captain John E. Beam; killed at Malvern Hill July 1, 1862
  • 1st Lieutenant A. Judson Clark; discharged June 16, 1865 as Major Clark
  • 1st Lieutenant John B. Monroe; resigned August 1, 1862
  • 2nd Lieutenant George T. Woodbury; Captain of Battery D. 1863
  • 2nd Lieutenant Samuel H. Baldwin; 1st Lt. August 29, 1862; Captain Company F 13th New Jersey Infantry
  • 1st Sergeant Benjamin Galbraith; discharged June 16, 1865 as 2nd Lt. Galbraith
  • Quartermaster Sergeant Edward P. Clark; discharged June 16, 1865 as 1st Lieutenant Clark; re-enlisted
  • Sergeant William H. Clairville; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Sergeant Henry Morehouse; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Sergeant Robert Sims; 1st Lt. April, 1 1863; dismissed December 21, 1864
  • Sergeant William Carins; wounded June 9, 1862 at Fair Oaks Va.; discharged September 9, 1862
  • Sergeant Robert Fairchild; 1st Lt. October 13, 1854; transferred to Battery A October 13, 1864
  • Sergeant William U. Lynch; discharged disability February 11, 1863
  • Corporal Ellis H. Timm; discharged September 14, 1864 as Sergeant Timm
  • Corporal Owen C. Looker; re-enlisted 2nd Lt.; Transferred to Battery A October, 13 1864
  • Corporal Thompson B. Pollard; 2nd Lt. November, 18 1863; transferred to Battery D November 19, 1863
  • Corporal John T. Fairchild; wounded at Williamsburg Va. May 5, 1862; discharged October 19, 1862
  • Corporal Jacob Rhein; Wounded at Oak Grove Va. June 25, 1862; 1st Lt. Dec. 21, 1864; rsnd May 29, 1865
  • Corporal Leander McChesney; Wounded at Gettysburg Pa. July 2, 1863; Discharge June 16, 1865 as 2nd Lt.
  • Corporal Charles Banks; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Corporal William Wallace; discharged disability April 9, 1863
  • Corporal Randsom D. Mattoon; re-enlisted Sgt. 1864; discharged June 16, 1865
  • Corporal Henry Buffum; POW at Gettysburg July 2, 1863; died at Andersonville Ga., July 10, 1864
  • Corporal Silas D. Ferrand; Sgt. April 19, 1864; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Corporal James H. Morehouse; discharged September 14, 1864

-ENLISTED MEN-

  • Judson Ackerman — Artificer; discharged disability January 28, 1862
  • Theodore P. Ackerman; discharged disability December 21, 1861
  • Ralph Arrowsmith; POW; died at Richmond, Va., July 3, 1862
  • Joseph Baker; Wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 2, 1863
  • Samuel H. Beardsley; 2nd Lt Co. F, 13th NJ. Infantry, November 1, 1862
  • George W. Bonnell; wounded at Cold Harbor, Va., June 8, 1864
  • Joseph Bosoly; re-enlisted; discharged June 16, 1865
  • Ralph Buckley; Killed at Chancellorsville, Va.; May 3, 1863
  • Charles Bush; discharged September 14, 1864 as Corporal Bush
  • Cornelius Bush; Guidon bearer; wounded; discharged September 14,1864
  • James Calhoun; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Elias V. Campbell; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Martin V. B. Campbell; Artificer; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Louis Carmen; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Thomas Carmody; discharged, disability December 14, 1862
  • Rensalaer Casselman; Killed at Gettysburg Pa. July 2, 1863
  • William Coggeshall; Sergeant January 1, 1865; discharged June 16, 1865
  • Albert Collins; Died at Fortress Monroe Va. April 8, 1862
  • James Collins; Died at Fortress Monroe Va. September 22, 1862
  • Anthony Colyer; Wounded at Gettysburg Pa. July 2, 1863; discharged June 16, 1865
  • Patrick T. Costello; Wounded at Gettysburg Pa. July 2, 1863 discharged September 14, 1864 as Corporal.
  • John H. Cronk; discharged September 14, 1864
  • James Crosby; Artificer; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Nicholas L. Crossman; transferred to V.R.C. March 1864; discharged September 14, 1864
  • William F. Dey; discharged, disability December 17, 1862
  • Charles W. Dickerson; discharged September 14, 1864
  • James H. Dobbins; disability April 30, 1863
  • Martin Donohoe; discharged, disability March 22, 1864
  • John L. Dougherty; re-enlisted Corporal; discharged June 16, 1864
  • William L. Earl; wounded at Fair Oaks Va. discharged June 16, 1864 as Sergeant
  • Samuel Ennis; Corporal Feb. 11, 1863; re-enlisted Sergeant; discharged June 16, 1865
  • Thomas N. Evarts; Died at Fairfax Seminary October 17, 1862
  • John Fairchild; Farrier; discharged September 14, 1864
  • John Ferguson; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Charles T. Fredricks, Company Clerk; discharged Sept 14, 1864
  • Charles Garrabrant; re-enlisted; discharged June 16, 1865
  • William H. Garrison; discharged September 14, 1864
  • John H. George; Corp. Mar 4, 1862; Sgt. April 2, 1863; 2d Lt. Dec 6, 1863; trans. Battery D Dec 24, 1863
  • Anson Hale; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Michael Hanifen; re-enlisted Corporal Sept 2, 1864; discharged June 16, 1865
  • John Hardham; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Caleb H. Harrison; Corporal Jan 21, 1864; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Patrick Hearey; discharged disability Dec 26, 1862; re-enlisted in Battery D
  • John Higgens; re-enlisted Corporal Sept 2, 1864; Sgt. Mar 1, 1865; discharged June 16, 1865
  • James H. Hoppler; Corporal October 31, 1863, discharged Sept 14, 1864
  • William Huffman; re-enlisted; discharged June 16, 1865
  • William Kelly; Killed at Chancellorsville, Va. May 3, 1863
  • Daniel Laws; POW at Gettysburg, Pa.; discharged Sept 14, 1864
  • James S. Leonard; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Charles Lounsberry; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Valentine Lounsberry; discharged September 14, 1864
  • John Lumbine; re-enlisted Corporal September 2, 1864; discharged June 16, 1865
  • Charles Lyons; discharged disability, January 14, 1863
  • James Marcellus; re-enlisted; discharged June 16, 1865
  • George W. Matthews; Died at Fortress Monroe April 20, 1862
  • Joseph Maxfield; discharged June 4, 1862
  • Arthur Mayo; re-enlisted; discharged June 16, 1863
  • John Miller; discharged, disability January 26, 1863
  • Moses Miller; discharged, disability April 22, 1863
  • Wallace Miller; discharged September 14, 1864
  • William H. Mills; disability, discharged March 17, 1863
  • Charles Molten; disability, discharged April 19, 1862
  • Charles Monks; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Daniel Morgan; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Garrett Morgan; discharged September 14, 1864
  • James B. Morris; discharged, disability October 2, 1862
  • John Morris; discharged, disability February 28, 1863
  • George Morten; re-enlisted; discharged June 16, 1865
  • John Moss; discharged September 14, 1864
  • William H. McCormack; Corporal April 23, 1862; discharged, disability January 2, 1864
  • Thomas McKechnie; Corporal Sept. 27, 1862; Wounded; discharged September 14, 1864
  • John McKowen; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Samuel H. McNaughten; Sergeant December, 1863; Captured May 22, 1864; discharged June 16, 1865
  • Daniel T. Nash; Killed at the battle of Jerusalem Plank Road June 22, 1864
  • John Oliver; POW; died at Belle Isle, Va., July 22, 1862
  • James B. Onderdonk; discharged disability October 21, 1862
  • Jacob Osborn; Re-enlisted; wounded at Cold Harbor, Va., June 6, 1864; discharged June 16, 1865
  • Jacob Ostermeyer; wounded at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863; discharged for wounds December 11, 1863
  • Andrew L. Parkhurst; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Ward L. Parkhurst; POW May 9, 1864; died in Andersonville prison September 30, 1864
  • Charles G. Pier; re-enlisted; discharged June 16, 1865
  • Edward Post; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Samuel Post; re-enlisted; discharged June 16, 1865
  • Thomas N. Post; Killed at Gettysburg, Pa July 2, 1863
  • Richard S. Price; Died August 22, 1863, from wounds received at Gettysburg July 2, 1863
  • Thomas H. Primrose; Corporal November 1, 1863; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Emanuel Raakee; discharged September 14, 1864
  • William S. Reed; discharged disability September 14, 1862
  • Chillon D. Richards; Wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 2, 1963; discharged September 14, 1864
  • David B. Ricker; Artificer; discharged disability August 31, 1863
  • William Riley; discharged March 16, 1864, wounds received at Gettysburg July 2, 1863
  • Charles Roe; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Henry Roydhouse; Wounded at Cold Harbor, Va., June 3, 1864; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Jacob W. Sattles; re-enlisted; killed at Cold Harbor, Va., June 12, 1864
  • William Schenk; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Leopold Smalley; Wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 2, 1863; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Elijah S. Smith; discharged September 14, 1864
  • George S. Smith; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Theodore P. Smith; discharged September 14, 1864
  • William P. Smith; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Daniel Soden; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Albert K. Steventon; Bugler; wounded; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Joseph Stevenson; Bugler; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Washington N. B. Stevenson; re-enlisted; taken prisoner June 13, 1864; died in the hands of the enemy
  • Albert K. Stickles; re-enlisted; discharged June 16, 1865
  • Jacob P. Stickles; discharged; disability August 1, 1862
  • Maklon J. Stickles’ discharged; disability November 1, 1862
  • Henry Stivers; re-enlisted Corporal December 15, 1864; discharged June 16, 1865
  • Robert Stuart; Wounded at Chancellorsville, & at Gettysburg; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Edward Swnawick; Died at Harrison’s Landing, Va. August 10, 1862; grave 41
  • Moses Tichenor; discharged, disability June 22, 1862
  • William J. Trenchard; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Peter Vandine; Wounded at Sposvylvania C.H. May 10, 1864; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Edward Vanhorn; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Cornelius Vanhouten; re-enlisted Corporal September 27, 1864, discharged June 16, 1865
  • John P. Vanness; Wounded at Chancelorsville May 3, 1863; discharged September 14, 1864
  • James Vaughn; wounded at Oak Grove Va. June 25, 1862; discharged, wounds, April 22, 1863
  • John Vaughn; Killed at Chancellorsville May 3, 1863
  • Calvin R. Webster; Artificer; discharged September 14, 1864
  • George W. Whitmore; re-enlisted; transferred to Battery E, February 2, 1864
  • John Whitmore; re-enlisted; discharged June 16, 1865
  • Martin Whitmore; re-enlisted; discharged June 16, 1865
  • Frank A. Wilkinson; discharged September 14, 1864
  • George H. Williams; re-enlisted Bugler; discharged June 16, 1865
  • Lyman Williams; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Rynear M. Wilson; re-enlisted Corporal; discharged June 16, 1865
  • Ogden Woodruff; Prisoner of War; discharged September 14, 1864
  • Clark H. Worcester; discharged, disability March 26, 1864
  • William D. Wyckoff; re-enlisted; discharged June 16, 1865