Register of Officers of the Confederate States Navy, 1861--1865 Page: 50
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Doak, Henry Melvil.
Born in Tennessee. Appointed from Tennessee. Transferred from C. S.
Army. Second lieutenant Marine Corps, November 12, 1862.
Served at Drewrys Bluff, Va., 1862-63. C. S. S. Charleston, Charleston sta-
tion, 1863. Savannah station, 1863-64. C. S. ironclad Raleigh and C. S.
steamers Arctic and Tallahassee, Wilmington station, 1864-65. Partici-
pated in the defense of Fort Fisher, December 24-25, 1864, and January
13-15, 1865; wounded; prisoner; paroled at Fort Delaware February 27,
1865, and forwarded to City Point, Va., for exchange. Final parole at
Appomattox, April 9, 1865.
Doland, James T.
Born in . Appointed from . Third assistant engineer, March
24, 1862. (Resignation accepted November 15, 1862, per rolls of Palmetto
Served in C. S. Army. C. S. S. Arkansas, 1862. Jackson station, 1862.
C. S. S. Palmetto State, Charleston station, 1862.
Donnegan, E. J.
Born in . Appointed from . Third assistant engineer,
Served on C. S. ironclad Richmond, James River Squadron, 1865.
Born in . Appointed from . Pilot, June 12, 1863.
Served on C. S. S. Morgan, Mobile Squadrgn, 1863.64.
Dornin, Franklin B.
Born in Maryland. Appointed from Maryland. Captain's clerk, November
8, 1861. Acting midshipman, March 8, 1862. Midshipman Provisional
Navy, June 2, 1864. Passed midshipman,
Served on C. S. steamers Jamestoum and Virginia (Merrimack), Richmond
station, 1861-62. Drewrys Bluff, Va., 1862. C. S. S. Baltic, Mobile Squad-
ron, 1862-63. C. S. steamers Patrick Henry and Roanoke, James River
Squadron, 1864. Mobile Squadron, 1864-65; surrendered May 4, 1865;
paroled May 10, 1865.
Dornin, Thomas Lardner.
Born in Virginia. Appointed from Virginia. Formerly midshipman U. S.
Navy. Midshipman, June 24, 1861. Acting master, September 5, 1861.
Lieutenant for the war, February 8, 1862. Second lieutenant, February 8,
1862. First lieutenant, January 7, 1864, to rank from April 29, 1863.
First lieutenant Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from January 6,
C. S. S. Patrick Henry, 1861. James River Squadron, 1861. C. S. S. Alert,
Mobile Squadron, 1862-63. C. S. S. Rappahannock, Calais, France, 1863-
64. C. S. S. Florida, 1864. Participated in the defense of Fort Fisher,
N. C., December 24-25, 1864; wounded. Semmes naval brigade, 1865;
paroled at Greensboro, N. C., April 28, 1865.
Dorsey, John W.
Born in . Appointed from . Acting third assistant engineer,
November 5, 1861. Second assistant engineer, April 4, 1862.
Served on C. S. S. Red Rover, New Orleans station, 1861-62. Jackson sta-
tion, 1862-63. Red River defenses, 1863-1865; C. S. ram W. H. Webb and
C. S. S. Missouri, 1863-64; paroled at Alexandria, La., June 3, 1865.
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