3rd New Jersey Cavalry
Company I
Officers---

Hertzberg, Albert, Captain  [Dismissed April 11, '64; source -Stryker]
Fairly, David, Captain  [Com. Capt. vice Hertzberg dismissed; Bvt. Maj. and Lieut. Col. April 9,
'65;
source - Stryker] [Born in Ireland.  Appointed from N.J.  2nd Lieut. 3rd N.J. Vols., 4 June, 1861.  
1st Lieut. Adj., 1 July, 1862.  Mustered out 23 June, 1864.  Capt. 3rd N.J. Cav., 21 Oct., 1864.  
Bvt. Maj. and Lieut. Col. Vols., 9 April, 1865, for gallant conduct in the closing battles around
Richmond, Va., particularly in the Battle of Namozine Church, Va.  Mustered out 1 Aug., 1865.  
1st Lieut. 7th Cav., 22 Jan., 1867.  Killed 2 April, 1867 by railroad accident;
source - List of Officers of
the Army of the United States from 1779 to 1900, by Powell, 1900, p 305
]

Armbruster, Hubert, 1st. Lt.    [Private Nov. 18, '63; 2d Lieut. Feb 3, '64; 1st Lieut. vice
Stulpnagel resigned; dismissed Aug. 15, '64;
source - Stryker]
Menadier, Rudolph, 1st. Lt.  aka Menadier, Julius Frederick Rudolph [1st Serj. Nov. 30,
'63; 2d Lieut. March 19, '64; promoted 1st Lieut. vice Armbruster dismissed;
source - Stryker]  [Also
served as a Captain in Co. K, 41th New York Infantry;
source- Pension Record Index at NARA]
Stulpnagel, William, 1st. Lt.  [Resigned March 18, '64; source - Stryker]

Kramer, Oscar, 2nd Lt.  [Promoted 1st Lieut. Co K., Feb. 3, '64; source - Stryker]
Williamson, David, F. 2nd Lt.     [Serj. Maj.; 2nd Lieut. vice Zerbe promoted; Com. 1st Lieut.
Aug 4, '65; not mustered;
source - Stryker]
Zerbe, Benton, H., 2nd Lt.    [Private Jan. 25, '64; Corp. Feb. 3, '64; Serj. March 28, '64; 1st
Serj.; 2nd Lieut. vice Menadier promoted; Promoted 1st Lieut. Co. M, May 3, '65;
source - Stryker]

Enlisted---

  1st Sergeant ---

Epple, George   [Serj. Sept. 1, '64; 1st Serj. Nov. 23, '64; Com. 2nd Lieut. Co. I, Aug. 4, '65; not
mustered;
source - Stryker]

  Sergeants ----

Bona, Philip   [Corp. Sept. 1, '64; Serj. May 1, '65; source - Stryker]
Fritz, John  [Promoted to Serj. Sept. 1, '64; Discharged at Harewood U.S. Army Gen. Hosp.,
Washington, D.C., May 3, '65;
source - Stryker]
Hax, Daniel  [Enrolled as Private on Dec. 10, 1863; Promoted to Serj. March 19, '64; Discharged
at Ward U.S. Army Gen. Hosp., Newark, NJ, May 3, '65;
sources - Stryker & official papers]  [After the
war he became the Mayor of Egg Harbor City from 1866 -1868; Left Egg Harbor between 1871 -
1872;
source - Gary Jerue]
Prinz, George   [Promoted to Serj. March 19, '64; Discharged at U.S. Army Gen. Hosp., Newark,
NJ;
source - Stryker]
Siegler, William   [Corp. Sept. 1, '64; Serj. May 1, '65; source - Stryker]   [Died 7/20/1903; Buried
at Hampton National Cemetery, VA; Grave #8522;
source - John L. Fosa]
Voege, Charles E. B.  [Promoted to Serj. March 19, '64; Promoted 2d Lieut. Co L, to date March
23, '64;
source - Stryker]
Von Mechow, Adolph [Promoted to Serj. March 19, '64; Discharged at McDougal U.S. Army
Gen. Hosp., Fort Schuyler, New York Harbor, May 4, '65;
source - Stryker]
Zerbe, Marion Ringgold   [Serj. May 1, '65; source - Stryker] [Born 1847 in Harrisburg, PA; Also
served in
Company F, 20th Pennsylvania Cavalry Volunteers; Died date unknown in Newburgh,
NY; Brother of Benton H. Zerbe;
source - David Hoover]

  Corporals ---

Adams, Peter   [Promoted to Corp. May 1, '65; source - Stryker]
Albrecht, Charles [Enlisted Nov. 19 '63; Died as a POW from scurvy in Andersonville Prison,
Andersonville, Georgia on 9/11/1864; Buried at Arlington National Cemetery, GA.; Grave # 8513;
sources - John L. Fosa and Stryker]
Hantler, John J.   [Promoted to Corp. May 1, '65; source - Stryker]
Henry, Gustavus A.   [Promoted to Corp. May 1, '65; source - Stryker]
Landgraf, Charles L.   [Promoted to Corp. May 1, '65; source - Stryker] [Died July 13, 1914;
Buried at Los Angeles National Cemetery, California, Plot 25 12, Row 12;
source - John L. Fosa]
McIlhenny, Daniel    [Promoted to Corp. Aug. 22, '64; source - Stryker]
Warcker, Nicholas   [Promoted to Corp. May 1, '65; source - Stryker]
Weller, Herman    [Promoted to Corp. March 19, '64; Discharged at Trenton, NJ, May 3, '65;
source - Stryker]

  Wagoner ---

Bownstein, Andrew

  
Blacksmith ---

Breming, Jacob

  
Saddler ---

Kugler, Charles   [Born 1834; Died 1921; Buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Millville,
Cumberland County, NJ;
source - John L. Fosa]

  Bugler ---

Leo, Charles    [Deserted May 31, '64 at Finley U.S. Army Gen. Hosp., Washington, DC; source  -
Stryker
]

 "Colored Cooks" ---

Lemon, Peter [Deserted March 16, '64 at Camp Bayard, Trenton, NJ; source - Stryker]
Thompson, Francis
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