The History of the Ninth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, June, 1861-June, 1864

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ROSTER
OF THE
NINTH REGIMENT
MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS.

FIELD AND STAFF OFFICERS.

CASS, THOMAS, Colonel, real estate broker, age 39, married, residence Boston, born in Ireland. Mustered in June 11, 1861, term 3 years. Wounded at the battle of Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862. Died of wounds July 12, 1862.

ROWELL, CROMWELL G., Lieutenant-Colonel, policeman, age 35, married, residence Boston, born in Corinth, Vt. Mustered in June 11, 1861, term 3 years. Discharged Oct. 23, 1861.

PEARD, ROBERT, Major, manufacturer, age 49, married, residence Milford, born in Waterford, Ire. Mustered in June 11, 1861, term 3 years; promoted Lieutenant-Colonel Oct. 24, 1861. Died of disease Jan. 27, 1862.

PINEO, PETER, Surgeon, age 37, married, residence Boston, born in Cornwallis, N S. Mustered in June 11, 1861, term 3 years. Discharged Aug. 26, 1861. Subsequently Brigade Surgeon and Medical Inspector of the Army of the Potomac.

O’CONNELL, PATRICK A., Assistant Surgeon, age 26, single, residence Boston, born in Ireland. Mustered in June 11, 1861, term 3 years. Discharged Sept. 12, 1861. Subsequently Surgeon 28th Mass Vols., Brigade Surgeon, Medical Director 9th Army Corps.

SCULLY, THOMAS, Chaplain, clergyman, age 28, single, residence Boston, born in Ireland. Mustered in June 17, 1861, term 3 years. Taken prisoner of war during the “Seven Days’ Battles.” Resigned for disability Oct. 31. 1862.

EGAN, COSTNEY L., Chaplain, clergyman, age 40, residence Washington, D.C., born in Ireland. Mustered in Sept. 18, 1863, term 3 years Mustered out June 21, 1864. Subsequently commissioned Field Chaplain by the War Department, and served on the staff of Gen. Charles Griffin, 5th Corps.

DREW, STEPHEN A., Surgeon, residence Woburn. Mustered in Aug. 27, 1861, term 3 years. Discharged July 28, 1862.

LINCOLN, FRANCIS M., Assistant Surgeon, age 31, residence Boston. Mustered in Sept. 12, 1861, term 3 years. Mustered out July 12, 1862, to accept promotion in 35th Mass. Reg.

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