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History and Roster of Maryland Volunteers, War of 1861-6, Volume 2
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128 MARYLAND VOLUNTEERS IN U. S. MARINE CORPS.

NAME.

RANK OR RATING.

DATE OF
ENLISTMENT OR
SHIPMENT.

DATE OF
DISCHARGE.

VESSELS SEEVED ON AND REMARKS.

Sloan, John W. M.

Fifer.

Aug. 6, 1861

May 1, 1868

Canandaigua and Guard.

Smith, Daniel

Private.

Sept. 4, 1862

Sept. 18, 1864

Marine Barracks, Mound City, Ill.

Smith, David P.

Private.

Sept. 3, 1862

Sept. 3, 1866

Cambridge and Ohio.

Smith, James

Private.

April 1, 1864

 

Marine Barracks, Navy Yard, Washington, D. C. ; de-

       

serted May 5, 1865.

Smith, William P.

Sergeant.

Dec. 28, 1861

 

Lancaster, St. Louis and New Hampshire; deserted

       

July 25, 1865.

Soper, Alfred S.

Private.

Feb. 20, 1858

Feb. 20, 1862

John Adams.

Stansbury, Emanuel

Private.

April 28, 1861

 

Marine Battalion, Stone Inlet, Folly Island, S. C.; re-

       

ported "Died Oct., 1864, Andersonville Prison," rec-

       

ords U. S. N. Department.

Sweeny, Thomas

Private.

Oct. 4, 1860

Nov. 4, 1864

Cumberland and Saratoga.

Sweeny, Thomas

Private.

Dec. 2, 1864

Dec. 2, 1868

St. Mary's, Wateree and Powhatan.

Thompson, Adam

Private.

June 30, 1865

 

Marine Barracks, Philadelphia, Pa.; deserted Jan. 7,

       

1866.

Thompson, James

Private.

Dec. 3, 1862

Dec. 11, 1866

James Adger, Niagara and Alleghany.

Thompson, Thomas

Private.

June 25, 1861

June 24, 1865

Wabash.

Tolson, Samuel R.

Private.

Sept. 17, 1862

Sept. 17, 1866

Port Royal, Arizona and Vermont.

Truett, Merrill S.

Private.

May 26, 1865

May 25, 1869

Pensacola.

Valiant, John F.

Private.

Oct. 5, 1858

Oct. 18, 1862

Macedonian and Vermont.

Valiant, John F.

Private.

Oct. 27, 1862

Oct. 27, 1866

Dale.

Verner, William

Private.

Oct. 1, 1862

Oct. 23, 1862

Alleghany.

Wagner, Charles H.

Appren. Boy.

Sept. 20, 1859

Dec. 10, 1866

Marine Barracks, Washington, D. C.

Walker, William

Private.

April 18, 1861

 

Wabash; deserted Sept. 20, 1862.

Waltemeyer, Wm. H

Private.

Mar. 30, 1864

 

Alleghany; no further record, U. S. N. Department.

Walter, William H.

Drummer.

Sept. 10, 1861

June 27, 1867

Suwanee.

Wann, John A.

Private.

Dec. 1, 1863

Aug. 24, 1868

Hartford.

Warkman, Alfred H.

Private.

Dec. 1, 1863

Dec. 2, 1867

Minnesota, St. Lawrence, Bienville and Ohio.

Weber, Louis

Musician.

Sept. 16, 1858

Sept. 26, 1862

Marine Barracks, Washington, D. C.

Weber, Louis

Musician.

Oct. 6, 1862

Aug. 18, 1864

Marine Barracks, Washington, D. C.

Weber, Louis

Musician.

Aug. 25, 1864

July 9, 1867

Marine Barracks, Washington, D. C.

Weddle, James K. P.

Private.

Mar. 7, 1864

June 14, 1866

Minnesota.

Weeks, George

Private.

April 11, 1864

 

Malvern; deserted May 8, 1865.

Welling, George W.

Private.

May 31, 1864

May 18, 1870

Vermont.

Wells, Frank

Private.

April 10, 1861

 

Marine Barracks, Washington, D. C. ; deserted July 9,

       

1861.

Welsh, James

Private.

Oct. 14, 1864

 

Alleghany; deserted July 13, 1865.

Welsh, Leonard

Private.

July 20, 1861

 

Michigan; died March 28, 1864.

Wentzel, Franz

Private.

April 11, 1864

July 26, 1864

Marine Barracks, Navy Yard, D. C.

Williams, Charles

Private.

Aug. 25, 1860

July 5, 1861

Cumberland.

Williams, John

Private.

April 4, 1864

 

Marine Barracks, Washington, D. C. ; deserted Feb. 25,

       

1865.

Williams, Joseph

Private.

Oct. 6, 1860

June 9, 1864

Saratoga and Princeton.

Willis, Oliver

Private.

Aug. 27, 1864

 

Alleghany; deserted Sept. 5, 1864.

Wilson, Benj. M. V.

Private.

Jan. 18, 1859

Mar. 21, 1863

Lancaster, Star and Quaker City.

Wilson, Thomas

Private.

Sept. 22, 1864

 

Malvern; deserted May 8, 1865.

Wright, Jacob H. C.

Private.

July 27, 1863

 

Alleghany; deserted Sept. 5, 1866.

Wood, Charles C.

Private.

June 5, 1860

 

Marine Barracks, Navy Yard, D. C. ; died Feb. 7, 1862.

Woodfield, Benjamin

Sergeant.

Sept. 8, 1859

Mar. 5, 1863

Marine Barracks, Navy Yard, D. C.

Woodfield, Jos. P. R.

Fifer.

April 30, 1860

Mar., 14, 1862

PaAvnee and Wabash.

Young, Notley

Private.

June 21, 1860

 

Cumberland; killed in action, March 8, 1862.

Zimmerman, Joseph

Private.

Mar. 29, 1864

 

Bienville; died Oct. 19, 1866.

Zimmerman, Wm.

Drummer.

July 2, 1863

 

Mackinaw; deserted July 21, 1868.

 

 

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