ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY
COLONEL Benjamin F. Tracy
This regiment was the last to leave Camp William Penn. It was ordered to City Point, Va., in September, 1864, and there attached to the Tenth Corps. Its movements and engagements were identical with those of the left wing of the ”45th” Regiment, including the transfer after Lee’s surrender to further duty in Texas. It was mustered out upon the Rio Grande river October 20th, 1865.