30 officers graduated in the West Point Class of 1812.
1 served in the Civil War.
1 officer, George Trescot, was the only graduate of the Class of 1813. He died in 1827.
There was no class ranking until 1818.
Class of 1812 member who served in the Civil War
|René E. De Russy||Colonel USA||Corps of Engineers. Died at San Francisco, Nov. 1865|
Cadets who did not serve in the Civil War
|John R. Bell||Captain||Died 1825, Ft. Moultrie, S.C.|
|John S. Brush||Disbanded 1815, died 1860|
|Londus L. Buck||Disbanded 1815, died 1817|
|Augustus Conant||Resigned 1812, died ?|
|William Cutbush||Resigned 1817, died 1855|
|Alexander Fanning||Lieutenant Colonel||Died 1846 at Cincinatti, Oh.|
|George W. Hight||Declined reduced postwar rank in 1815, died 1845|
|William F. Hobart||Resigned 1823, died 1825|
|George Morley||First Lieutenant||Died 1813 at New Orleans, La.|
|Francis B. Murdock||Resigned 1817, died 1866|
|Nathan W. Osgood||Second Lieutenant||Died 1812 at Pass Christian, La.|
|Thomas B. Randolph||Resigned 1815, died 1867|
|William W. Smith||First Lieutenant||Mortally wounded 1813, Ft. Prescott, Upper Canada|
|William Sumter||Resigned 1818, died 1826|
|George Templeman||Dropped 1820, died 1852|
|Alexander R. Thompson||Lieutenant Colonel||Killed 1837, battle of Okeechobee, Fl.|
|George Trescot||Graduated 1813. Resigned 1819, died 1827|
|Joseph M. Wilcox||First Lieutenant||Killed fighting with Creek Indians in Alabama 1814|