The Great Rebellion ~ The American Civil War
Accounts of Action and Rosters of the Men From
Wabasha County, Minnesota

FIRST COMPANY SHARP SHOOTERS
MINNESOTA VOLUNTEERS


List compiled by Jerry Anderson
NameRankTownRemarks
Wesley BaileyPrivateWabashadsch 8/28/62 lost leg at 2nd Bull Run
Albert W CorwinPrivateLake Citywounded Antietam capt Chancellorsville returned trans to invalid corps
Asa DoughtyPrivateLake City capt 2nd Bull Run returned 3/63 trans to 1st Battalion dsch 7/2/65
James Doughty2nd LtLake City captured Bull Run returned to co promo 1st Lt Capt Major
Samuel HancockPrivateGreenfieldpromo sgt trans to A Battery 9/22/1864
Alfred Hamlet Private Glasgow captured 2nd Bull Run killed at battle of the Wilderness 5/6/1864
Martin HerschbergerPrivateGreenfield killed in train accident White Plains NY
Benjamin KelleyPrivate Lake City trans to invalid corps dsch 1/5/1865
Henry O'NealPrivateWabasha capt Fredericksburg 12/62 returned 5/63 trans to 1st Battalion 1/30/65
James PowersPrivatePlainviewdsch dsbl 1/14/63
Julian RandPrivate Plainview dsch 9/22/1864


Biography of James Edward Doughty
from father Samuel's Biography

J. Edward was born July 2, 1841, became a leading Lake City attorney, and died July 14, 1884. He served through the Civil War as captain of the 2nd U. S. Sharpshooters (Co. L, 2nd Minn. Vol. Inf.) and was brevetted Major, a title which he afterward continued to bear.