Kintzing, Matthew R., Marine Captain, Commanding Marine Guard[T16]
Marston, John, Captain
He was from Massachusetts.
McDonald, John, 3d [T14]
Serious wound. This might be John McDonough III who was aboard the Congress but was treated on the Roanoke.
Unfortunately, I have not yet collected the names of the other crew. Any help would be appreciated.
[T5] Wood, Wm. Maxwell, Fleet Surgeon, Report transmitting list of killed and wounded, March 12, 1862. ORN I, v7, p15-17 Most of the injured on the Roanoke were from other ships.
[T14] United States Government. Message of the President of the United States to the Two Houses of Congress at the Commencement of the Third Session of the Thirty-Seventh Congress. Vol. 3. 1862. House of Representatives, 37th Congress, 3rd session. Ex. Doc. 1. Washington, DC. 1862. 931pp
Report on the Killed and Wounded p96-97.
[T16] Sullivan, David M. The United States Marine Corps in the Civil War -- The Second Year. White Mane Publishing Company, Inc. Shippenburg, PA. 1997.