James J. Andrews, Kentucky, Leader of the Expedition. Hung
William. Knight, Co. E, 21st Ohio Volunteers. Escaped
Wilson H. Brown, Co. F, 21st Ohio. Escaped
Mark Wood, Co. C, 21st Ohio. Escaped
Alfred Wilson, Co. C, 21st Ohio. Escaped
John R. Porter, Co. G, 21st Ohio. Escaped
Robert Buffum, Co. H, 21st Ohio. Exchanged
William Bensinger, Co. G, 21st Ohio. Exchanged
John Scott, Co. F, 21st Ohio. Hung
Sargent E. A. Mason Co. K, 21st Ohio. Exchanged
Daniel A. Dorsey, Co. H, 33d Ohio. Escaped
Martin J. Hawkins, Co. A, 33d Ohio. Escaped
John Whollan (Wollam), Co. C, 33d Ohio. Escaped
Jacob Parrot, Co. K, 33d Ohio. Corporal Exchanged
William Reddick, Co. B, 33d Ohio. Exchanged
Samuel Roberson Co. G, 33d Ohio. Hung
Samuel Slavens, Co. D, 33d Ohio. Hung
Corporal William Pittinger, Co. G, 2d Ohio. Exchanged
George D. Wilson, Co. B, 2d Ohio. Hung
Marion Ross, Co. A, 2d Ohio, Sergeant-Major of the Regiment. Hung
Perry D. Shadrack, Co. K, 2d Ohio. Hung
William. Campbell of Kentucky. Hung
In Pursuit of the Raiders
Crew of the General
William A. Fuller, Conductor
E. Jefferson (Jeff) Cain, Engineer
Anthony Murphy, Foreman of Machinery and Motive Power for the Western and Atlantic Railroad
Crew of the Texas
Peter James Bracken, Engineer
Henry Haney, Fireman
Fleming Cox, Engineer - Mr. Cox was an engineer on the Memphis and Charleston Railroad who relived Haney as fireman.
Alonzo Martin - boarded in Calhoun. Unloaded tender car.
Edward R. Henderson - Telegraph operator (messenger), Dalton
Jackson Bond - worked at Moon's Station. Continued on with the pursuers to Ringgold.
The General - Combined passenger-frieght train that ran from Atlanta to Chattanooga and back. The train stolen by Andrews' Raiders
The Texas -
Freight train that was heading south on the W&ARR. Picked up by Fuller
and the pursuers south of Adairsville.
The Yonah - First train picked up by the pursuers at Etowah Station.
Smith - Train on the Rome RR. "Long Bill" Smith was first president of
The Catoosa - Often overlooked player in the Great Locomotive Chase, the crew of the Catoosa nearly ended the chase north of Adairsville. After letting the General go by, and seeing the Texas following, they joined the run behind the Texas.
Names for the raid
The Great Locomotive Chase
Andrews Wild Raid
Railroad Raiders of '62
Mitchel Raiders (Ormsby Mitchel commanded the men who served as spies.)