Sgt. Maj. George W. H. Stouch was appointed as the 1st Battalion sergeant major 1 May 1863 and served as such until wounded at Gettysburg on 2 July. He was commissioned in the 3rd Infantry on 18 May 1864
Sgt. Joseph Hale served as the first sergeant of B Company from March 1863 to May 1864. He was commissioned in the 3rd Infantry on 18 May 1864.
Sgt. John N. Coe was assigned consecutively as the first sergeant of H Company, and as the commissary then quartermaster sergeant of the 1st Battalion. He was commissioned in the 11th U.S. Infantry in March 1865
Sgt. John C. White enlisted in the 11th U.S. Infantry with the intent of earning a commission. He served as a sergeant in B Company, and briefly as 1st Sgt. of the company and 1st Battalion sergeant major before being commissioned in the 10th Infantry in June 1864.
Major George Stouch and his family returned to Gettysburg on 2 July 1886 to see the location where he had been wounded and temporarily captured.
Singapore-born Corp. William B. Hillcoat enlisted in F Company at Detroit, MI. in 1862. He was wounded at Gettysburg and later enlisted in the Canadian Army after the war (hence the Canadian uniform).
1st Sgt. Milton Powers enlisted in D Company at Pittsfield, MA, in October 1861 and rose to be 1st Sgt. of E Company during 1863-64. He was wounded at the Wilderness.
This unknown, but strapping young NCO was a sergeant in the 11th U.S. Infantry.
Private Adelbert Knight, Lincolnville, ME, served with F Company in every battle from Fredericksburg to Cold Harbor where he was captured in June 1864. He spent the rest of the war in Andersonville and 3 other Confederate POW camps.
Private Ira S. Pettit also served in F Company. He joined the Regiment in the field in January 1863 at Potomac Creek. Like Adelbert Knight, he was captured at Bethesda Church on 2 June 1864. Unlike Knight, Pettit died at Andersonville.
Pvt. William Macomber, 11th U.S. Infantry
1st Sgt. Richard H. Parson (shown here as a private) served in A Company and later as first sergeant of C Company.