Good stuff, there are just too many Regimental returns and I was unable to identify the Court Martial charges. Also difficult to decipher.
7th Infantry, February, 1856
Capt. Daniel Whiting, Fort Arbuckle, C. N., Co. E, Bvt. Maj.
2nd Lt. Thomas B. Edelin, Co G, Fort Arbuckle, C. N.
2nd Lt. Jesse B. Wharton, Co. H, Fort Arbuckle, C. N.
Lt. Jesse B. Wharton, Camp Floyd U.T., Sentence of Gen'l Court Martial. In suspension for 12 months to commence Dec. 16, 1858
Lt. Jesse B. Wharton, Camp Floyd, U. T., resignation accepted Sept. 20, 1859 to date from August 21, 1859
Arrested December 22, 1861 near Dam No. 5, Md., Being a spy , taken with arms in his hands, Taking up arms and aiding rebels, received at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D. C., January 1, 1862
A full investigation of the circumstances attending to the shooting at the Old Capital Prison of Jesse Wharton was ordered by the Secretary of War.
[OR, Ser. 2, Vol. 2 & 3]