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History and Roster of Maryland Volunteers, War of 1861-6, Volume 2
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6 MARYLAND OFFICERS [REGULAR], IN U. S. NAVY AND MARINE CORPS.

NAME.

RANK OR RATING.

DATE OF
ENLISTMENT OR
SHIPMENT.

DATE OF
DISCHARGE.

VESSELS SERVED ON AND REMARKS.

Charles E. De Valin

Chief Eng.

Sept. 20, 1858

 

Appointed 3d Asst. Engineer, 1858; attached to Home

       

Squadron, 1861; promoted 2d Asst. Engineer, July

       

17, 1861; 1st Asst. Engineer, March 17, 1863; serving

       

on the gunboat Scioto, W. G. Squadron, 1862-3;

       

Wateree, Pacific Squadron, 1864; commissioned as

       

Chief Engineer and continued in service, with rela-

       

tive rank of Lieut.-Commander.

Isaiah Dewling

Asst. Surgeon.

May 24, 1864

 

Entered the Volunteer Service as Acting Asst. Sur-

       

geon; transferred to Regular Service; promoted

       

Asst. Surgeon; continued in service.

Edward Donaldson

Rear Admiral.

Oct., 1834

 

Appointed Cadet Midshipman, Oct., 1834; promoted

       

Passed Midshipman; commissioned Lieutenant;

       

commanding steam gunboat Scioto, W. G. Squad-

       

ron; bombardment of Forts Jackson and St. Philip,

       

and capture of New Orleans, April, 1862, and other

       

operations in the river; commissioned as Com-

       

mander, July 16, 1862; commanding receiving ship at

       

Philadelphia in 1862-63; executive officer of steamer

       

Keystone State, N. A. Squadron, 1863-4; commanded

       

the steam sloop Seminole, battle Mobile Bay, Aug.

       

5, 1864; continued in service, and subsequently com-

       

missioned Captain, Commodore and Rear-Admiral.

T. A. Dornin

Commodore.

May 2, 1815

July 16, 1862

Entered the service as Midshipman; promoted Lieu-

       

tenant; Commander; Captain; Commodore, July 16,

       

1862; retired.

Thos. M. Dukehart

1st Asst. Eng.

May 3, 1859

 

Appointed 3d Asst. Engineer; promoted 2d Asst. Engi-

       

neer, May 13, 1861; 1st Asst. Engineer, May 20, 1863;

       

continued in service.

William W. Dungan

Chief Eng.

June 26, 1856

 

Entered the service as 3d Asst. Engineer; promoted

       

1st Asst. Engineer; Chief Engineer, Feb. 1, 1862; at-

       

tached to frigate Minnesota, 1861; Ottawa, S. A.

       

Blockading Squadron, 1861-2; steam sloop Dacotah,

       

N. A. Squadron, 1862-4; special duty, 1865, Philadel-

       

phia; steam sloop Pensacola, N. Pacific Squadron,

       

1865; continued in service, with relative rank of

       

Lieut. -Commander.

Marius Duvall

Med. Director.

Jan. 25, 1842

 

Entered the service as Asst. Surgeon; commissioned

       

as Past Asst. Surgeon and Surgeon; Navy Yard,

       

Washington, 1861; ironclad steamer New Ironsides,

       

1862; special service and S. A. Blockading Squad-

       

ron, 1862-64; attack on Fort Sumter, April 7, 1863;

       

in all the subsequent bombardments of the enemy's

       

works off Charleston, rendering valuable service;

       

1865-6, Navy Yard, Washington; continued in ser-

       

vice, and subsequently commissioned as Medical In-

       

spector and Medical Director, with relative rank of

       

Captain.

George W. Eckert

Mate.

Aug. 31, 1863

July 6, 1864

Resigned.

William Edgar

Mate.

Dec. 22, 1863

May 6, 1865

Resigned.

John B. Elliott

P. Asst. Surg.

May 20, 1829

 

Entered the service as Asst. Surgeon; promoted

       

Passed Asst. Surgeon; retired May 8, 1861.

Henry Etting

Pay Director.

Nov. 7, 1826

 

Entered the service as Purser; promoted Pay Director

       

on Retired List.

Clarence A. Evans

3d Asst. Eng.

Mar. 17, 1863

Sept. 4, 1865

Resigned.

John J. Everhart

Mate.

April 19, 1862

July 2, 1864

Dismissed.

Charles Eversfield

Med. Director.

May 29, 1843

 

Entered the service as Asst. Surgeon; promoted

       

Passed Asst. Surgeon; Surgeon; continued in ser-

       

vice, and subsequently appointed Medical Inspector

       

and Medical Director.

Charles W. Flusser

Lt.-Comd'r.

July 19, 1847

 

Entered the service as Midshipman; promoted Passed

       

Midshipman; Master; Lieutenant; Lieut.-Com-

       

mander, July 16, 1862; killed on board Miami, April

       

19, 1864.

 

 

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