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HASKELL, Leonidas

Capt., aide-de-camp to Gen. Frémont Sept. 20 to Nov. 19, 1861; major, add. aide-de-camp June 16, 1862; resigned June 4, 1864.

Died Jan. 15, 1873. JE KELFALUSY, also JE KALFALURY (Jekelfalussy),

Alexander Enrolled June 29, 1861; 1st It. 24th Ill. Inf. July 8, 1861; capt. July 3, 1862; mustered out Aug. 6, 1864. KORPONAY, Gabriel de

Honvéd officer.

Lt. col. 28th Penna. Inf. June 28, 1861; col. April 25, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 26, 1863. KOVACS (Kovács), Stephen

Born in 1823. Major in Honvéd Army; with Kossuth in Kutahia.

Enrolled Sept. 7, 1861, as capt. of Barney Rifles at Hudson City, N. J.; capt. 54th N. Y. Inf. Sept. 23, 1861; major June 3, 1862; captured and paroled prior to March 11, 1864; mustered out April 14, 1866. KOVATS (Kováts), Augustus

Honvéd officer.

Lt. Lincoln Riflemen Feb., 1861; capt. 24th Ill. Inf. July 8, 1861; severely wounded at Jasper, Tenn., June 12, 1862; resigned on account of wounds Jan. 19, 1863; breveted major. KUNÉ, Julian

Born in Belényes in 1831. Lieut. in Honvéd Army; awarded medal of third class; with Gen. Bem in Aleppo.

Enrolled June 17, 1861; major 24th Ill. Inf. July 8, 1861; resigned Oct. 31, 1861. MANYHARDT, Joseph

Capt. 45th N. Y. Inf. Aug. 25, 1861; resigned June 14, 1862.

Seems to be identical with Menyhárt G. János, honvéd It. (mentioned in László's Napló-Töredékek, page 138, and in Pesti Hirlap, Jan. 4, 1907), who died in Brooklyn, N. Y., in Dec., 1906.

MAYTHENY (Majthényi), Theodore

1st sergeant 2nd Iowa Inf. May 28, 1861; transferred to Frémont's Body Guard Aug. 21, 1861; 2d lt. Sept. 15, 1861; mustered out Nov. 30, 1861; capt. 1st Ind. Cav. April 18, 1862; mustered out Dec. 13, 1864; 2d lt. 6th Cav., U. S. A., Feb. 23, 1866; 1st lt. Oct. 20, 1866; resigned Dec. 23, 1868. MESZAROS (Mészáros), Emeric

Honvéd officer.

Major 4th Mo. Cav. (Frémont Hussars) May 18, 1861; capt. 1st Fla. Cav. June 27, 1864. MIHALOTZY (Mihalóczy), Géza

Honvéd officer.

Capt. Lincoln Riflemen Feb., 1861; lt. col. 24th Ill. Inf. July 8, 1861; col. Dec. 23, 1861; shot through hand at Chickamauga Creek, Tenn., Sept. 19, 1863; shot at Buzzard Roost Gap, Tenn., Feb. 24, 1864; died of wound at Chattanooga, Tenn., March 11, 1864; buried there in National Cemetery. MOLITOR, Albert

1st It. 13th Battery, N. Y. Light Artillery Oct. 15, 1861; resigned Dec. 8, 1862. NEMETT (Németh), Joseph

Capt. in Honvéd Army; with Kossuth in Kutahia. 1st lt. 5th Mo. Inf. May 18, 1861; mustered out Aug., 1861; col. 5th Mo. Cav. (Benton Hussars) Feb. 14, 1862; honorably discharged by reason of consolidation with 4th Mo. Cav. Nov. 15, 1862. PERCZEL, Nicholas

Born in Bonyhád 1812. M. P., col. in Honvéd Army; commander of Fortress of Arad; with Kossuth in Kutahia.

Col. 10th Iowa Inf. Sept. 1, 1861; resigned Nov. 11, 1862 PETRI, Charles

Major 16th Ill. Inf. Aug. 6, 1862; declined commission as lt. col.; mustered out Jan. 21, 1865. POKORNY, Anthony

Major 8th N. Y. Inf. April 23, 1861; It.-col. 7th N. Y. Inf. Nov. 12, 1864.

REMINYFY (Reményfy?), Joseph

Capt., aide-de-camp on Gen. Frémont's staff, July 12, 1861.

May be misprint for Keményfi, for there was a honvéd officer by that name among the refugees.

ROMBAUER, Raphael Guido

Sergeant 1st Mo. Inf., U. S. Res. Corps May 7, 1861; major 1st Ill. Light Art. March 25, 1864; mustered out Oct. 26, 1864.

Died at Kirksville, Mo., 1912. ROMBAUER, Robert J.

Born 1830. 1st It. of Art. in Honvéd Army; pressed into Austrian Army as private.

Lt.-col. 1st Mo. Inf., U. S. Res. Corps, May 7, 1861; col. Sept. 12, 1861.

ROMBAUER, Roderick E.

Born 1833.

Capt. 1st Mo. Inf., U. S. Res. Corps, May 7, 1861; aidede-camp on Gen. Frémont's staff in 1862.

ROMBAUER, Roland T.

Born in Munkács, 1837.

Sergeant 1st Mo. Inf. April 22, 1861; provost marshal of District of West Florida; capt. 1st Fla. Cav. Aug. 27, 1864; mustered out Nov., 1865.

ROSAFY, Ernest M. (Rózsafi Mátyás)

Born in Komárom, 1828. Honvéd officer.

Capt. Battery B, W. Va. Art., Oct. 1, 1861; honorably discharged April 18, 1862.

Clerk in U. S. Bureau of Census. Died in New York, 1893.

RUTTKAY, Albert

Capt. 3d U. S. Colored Heavy Art. June 16, 1863; major 1st Fla. Cav. Aug. 24, 1864; honorably discharged May 31, 1865.

SEMIG (Simig ?), Bernard Gustave

Private 9th N. Y. Inf. May 4, 1861; hospital steward U. S. A. May 20, 1863; medical cadet July 2, 1864; asst. surgeon Nov. 10, 1874.

Died Aug. 11, 1883.
SEMSEY, also SEMPSEY (Semsey), Charles

Born in Karácsonmező 1830. 1st It. of Art. in Honvéd Army; capt, in British Army in Crimean War.

Capt. 20th N. Y. Inf. May 6, 1861; resigned June 6, 1861; major 45th N. Y. Inf. Aug. 25, 1861; resigned June 14, 1862.

In U. S. Customs Service; chairman of Board of Special Inquiry in U. S. Immigration Service at Ellis Island. Died in New York 1911. SERINI (Szerényi), Philip

2d lt. 8th N. Y. Inf. April 23, 1861; transferred to ad Battery N. Y. Art. Sept. 1, 1861; resigned June 4, 1862.

Seems to be identical with Szerényi Antal, honvéd captain, who was with Kossuth in Kutahia. SZABAD, Emeric

Secretary in War Department in Hungary. In Hungarian Legion in Italy.

Capt., aide-de-camp to Gen. Sickles June 16, 1862; captured and in Libby Prison; breveted lt. col. March 13, 1865; breveted col. March 26, 1865, for gallant conduct in the battles before Petersburg; mustered out Oct. 7, 1865.

Assistant Collector of the port of Galveston. TAKATS (Takács), Francis

Born 1826. Captain in Honvéd Army.

Capt. 39th N. Y. Inf. May 28, 1861; discharged Nov. 19, 1861. TAUSZKY, Rudolf

Assistant surgeon Sept. 24, 1863; mustered out July 27, 1865. Captain in Honvéd Army.

Died September 21, 1889. TENNER, Louis

2d lt. 39th N. Y. Inf. May 28, 1861; capt. 7th N. Y. Inf. Aug. 27, 1861; resigned April 15,1862.

UTASSY, Anthony Von

Born 1831. Honvéd officer. 1st lt. 39th N. Y. Inf. Sept. 1, 1861; capt. Sept. 22, 1862.

Died in Philadelphia Feb. 15, 1911. UTASSY, Carl Von

2d lt. 39th N. Y. Inf. June 1, 1862; 1st It. Sept. 22, 1862; mustered out May 31, 1863. UTASSY, Fred. George De

Born 1827. Honvéd officer.

Enrolled May 17, 1861; col. 39th N. Y. Inf. May 28, 1861; dismissed May 29, 1863. VANDOR (Vándor), Joseph

Captain in Honvéd Army.

Col. 7th Wisc. Inf. June 24, 1861; resigned Jan. 30, 1862. WAAGNER (Wagner), Gustave

Major of Art. in Honvéd Army; with Kossuth in Kuta

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Col., instructor of art. at Cairo, Ill., May, 1861; chief of ordnance on Gen. Frémont's staff July 12, 1861; col. 2d N. Y. Art. WEEKEY, also VEKEY (Vékey), Anthony

Born 1833.

1st lt. 39th N. Y. Inf. May 28, 1861; capt. July 15, 1861; major Feb. 1, 1862; died April 28, 1862, in hospital at Winchester, Va. ZAGONYI, also SEAGOYNE (Zágonyi), Charles

Born in Szatmár 1826. Capt. of Hussars in Honvéd Army.

Major Frémont's Body Guard, Mo. Cav., July 12 to Nov. 30, 1861; col., add. aide-de-camp March 31, 1862; resigned June 4, 1864. ZERDAHELYI, Charles

Capt. in Honvéd Army; in Kufstein Prison. 2d lt. 39th N. Y. Inf. July 30, 1862.

Died in Philadelphia, 1906. Buried in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Mount Airy, Philadelphia,

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