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HISTORY OF CAMBRIA COUNTY. 295
Evan C. Evans; wounded at Peters- G. W. Lamberson; disch. by Special
   burg, Va., April 2, 1865; disch by    Order dated Dec. 27, 1864.
   Gen. Order May 23, 1865. Alexander Leslie; must. out with Co.
Thomas E. Evans; must. out with Co. Edward F. Lytle; prom. to Q. M.
Peter Earhart; must. out with Co.    Sept. 16, 1864.
Edward Francis; must. out with Co. Rich. D. Lane; not on muster-out roll.
Jacob Fulmer; wounded at Fort James Lee; not on muster-out roll.
   Steadman, Va., March 25, 1865; John Morgan; must. out with Co.
   must. out with company. Wm. H. Montague; must. out with Co.
James Farley; not on muster-out roll. James Myers; must. out with Co.
Richard Griffith; must. out with Co. Francis Murray; not on muster-out roll.
John Gettings; must. out with Co. Peter S. Myers; must. out with Co.
E. W. Humphreys; must. out with Co. James Obrian; not on muster-out roll.
W. H. Humphreys; must. out with Co. David Powell, Jr., must. out with Co.
Henry Houp; must. out with Co. John Rager; must. out with company.
Thomas L. Jones; must. out with Co. Gordon Sinclair; must. out with Co.
Robert R. Jones; must. out with Co. Archibald Smith; must. out with Co.
Jonathan Jones; must. out with Co. Wallace S. Stiles; must. out with Co.
John A. Jones; must. out with Co. Adam Shinafelt; must. out with Co.
Evan L. Jones; must. out with Co. Jno. Schnanster; not on muster-out roll.
Daniel T. James; wounded at Fort George Smith; not on muster-out roll.
   Steadman, Va., March 25, 1865; William Stonebraker; died March 30,
   disch by Gen. Order July 3, 1865.    1865; buried in the 9th Army Corps
David J. James; must. out with Co.    Cem. Meade Station, Va.
William M. James; must. out with Co. Thomas R. Williams; wounded at
Thomas Jervis; must. out with Co.    Petersburg. Va., April 2, 1865; must.
Wm. W. Jones; not on muster-out roll.    out with company.
John Kelly; not on muster-out roll. Peter Wagner; must. out with Co.
Jackson Lamberson; must. out with Co. Uriah Wagner; must. out with Co.
James Yenger; not on muster-out roll.

    The organization of Captain Samuel W. Davis' Company C, 209th Pennsylvania Infantry.

Date. Colonel. Brigade. Division. Corps. Commander.
1864
Oct. 31 T. B. Kauffman Provisional Provisional Eighteenth U. S. Grant
Jos. H. Potter C. K. Graham G. Weitzel B. F. Butler
Dec. 31 G. W. Fredericks First. Third Ninth U. S. Grant
Charles W. Diven J. F. Hartranft O. B. Willcox G. G. Meade
1865
Jan 31 G. W. Fredericks First Third Ninth U. S. Grant
Chas. W. Diven J. F. Hartranft J. G. Parke J. G. Parke
O. B. Willcox G. G. Meade
Feb. 28 Same A. B. McCalmont Same J. G. Parke Same
March 31 Same Same Same Same Same
April 30 T. B. Kauffman Same Same Same Same

    Number present for review in the Grand Review at Washington City, May 23, 1865, 22 commissioned officers, and 505 enlisted men.
    Maj. Gen. Parke was in temporary command of the Army of the Potomac during the absence of Maj. Gen. Meade. He resumed command of the Ninth Corps, January 12, 1865.

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    Nov. 26, 1864. The * * * 209th Pennsylvania Volunteers reported to this corps. The Pennsylvania regiments were formed into a Provisional Brigade by Special Orders, No. 241, Paragraph VI, headquarters 9th Army Corps.
    30th. The Provisional Brigade moved from vicinity of Peeble's house to rear of this corps, and are held in reserve.


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