United States Regiments & Batteries > Maryland

The 10th Maryland Infantry Regiment lost 22 men to disease in the Civil War.

June and July Organized at Baltimore, Maryland for six months service under the Command of Colonel William H. Revere, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel William E. Ross and Major J. Townsend Deniel.

  • Company A – Captain John D. Ehlers
  • Company B – Captain William F. Rogers
  • Company C – Captain David B. Keener
  • Company D – Captain Thomas W. Webster
  • Company E – Captain John B. Airey
  • Company F – Captain John W. Hamilton
  • Company G – Captain George N. Holloway
  • Company H – Captain Charles M. Schad
  • Company I – Captain Ernest Osswald
  • Company K – Captain Charles Reddchase
July 16 Ordered to Harper’s Ferry, W. Va. to guard lines of the Upper Potomac. Attached to 2nd Brigade, Maryland Heights Division of West Virginia.
October 18 Operating with the 34th Massachusetts Infantry, Minor’s Indiana Battery of Light Artillery and Cole’s Battalion of Maryland Cavalry, drove Imboden’s Confederate cavalry raiders out of Charles Town.
December Assigned to 1st Brigade, 1st Division, Department of West Virginia
January 29 Mustered out