Pace, February 2, 1864, to Colonel 10th regiment Indiana cavalry. Stewart, November 8, 1861, to Major 2il regiment Indiana cavalry. Resigned, (32.) Major Josiah Forth, October 28, 1862. The date opposite each officer's name in the list of casualties is the date of casualty. — (See paragraphs 114 and 120 Mustering Regulations.) In the list of casualties italics indicate that the officer whose name appears itali- cised was not mustered into service in the grade in which he appears. The names of enlisted men who have received medals of honor are given at the foot of the roster of officers of each regiment. m." opposite a name in the roster indicate that the officer has been appointed, but never mustered into the service of the United States in the grade in which he appears. (Recommissioned as Captain October 13, i864.) First Lieut. Assistant Surgeon William Rutledge, October 4, 1864.
Appointed and waiting muster into United States service. Cap- tains Stewart's and Bracken's in- dependent compauies of Indiana cavalry, organized at Indianapolis, Ind., July 4 and 9, 1861, were transferred to th's regiment ab com- panies 1 and K. (BATTALION OF.) (This regiment (originiilly composed of eight companies) wsis organized fit Evansville, Ind., August 20, ]8fil, to serve three years. The original mem- bers (except veterans) of compa- nies 1 and K were mustered out at different dates, us follows : com- pany I July 3, 1864, and com- pany K June 19, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service, and the voterans and recruits ojf these two companies formed iuto a detachment, and retained in ser- vice until May 31, 1865, when it was mustered out, in accordance with orders from the- War Depart- ment.) (The ofi Bcial list of battles in which this regiment bore an honorable part is not yet published in orders.) Major. battalion of two com- panies, and retained in servic until June 22, 1865, when it was mustered out.