(1831 - 1899)
Home State: New York
Command Billet: Brigade Commander
Branch of Service: Infantry
see his Battle Report
Pre-War Profession: Dance teacher, LCol. in NY State militia. In October 1861 he was appointed Colonel of the 51st New York Regiment, and served on the North Carolina expedition. He commanded the 2nd Brigade/2nd Division/IX Corps at Second Bull Run, and in September 1862 was appointed BGen. of Volunteers (appointment expired).
On the Campaign
At Antietam he commanded the 2nd Brigade of the 2nd Division/Ninth (IX) Corps.
The rest of the War
He continued at the head of the Brigade at Fredericksburg, and was reappointed BGen. in May 1863. He commanded the 2nd Brigade in the Vicksburg campaign and at Knoxville, and commanded the 4th Division (later 3rd Division)/IX Corps at Petersburg and the Crater.
After the War
He resumed his career as a dance teacher and was a ballroom operator.
References & notes
Notes: He was judged to be culpable for the Crater fiasco with Gen. Ledlie.
1831; Grenada, SPAIN