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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), History of Lane's North Carolina brigade. (search)
rty-third N. C. Regiment     4 44 Thirty-seventh N. C. Regiment  1   1 1 Grand Total 111 4167 Officers wounded. Thirty-seventh regiment--Captain William T. Nicholson, Company E, on 18th instant. Action near Spotsylvania Court-house, May 21.--On the afternoon of the 21st we moved to the right, following Scales's brigade, to a church some distance to the right of the Court-house. Here we turned to the left, marched beyond the works, and formed the Thirty-third, Twenty-eighth, and Thrds, Company G, Twenty-eighth North Carolina, was killed. Lieutenant Edwards was regarded by Colonel Speer as one of his best officers. That night we commenced our march in the direction of Ashland. List of casualties in the charge on the 21st May: killed.wounded.missing.Total.aggregate. Officers.Men.Officers.Men.Officers.Men.Officers.Men.Officers and men. Seventh North Carolina Troops, 1 1   88 Eighteenth North Carolina Troops,   1 3 44 Twenty-eighth North Car
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), History of Lane's North Carolina brigade. (search)
History of Lane's North Carolina brigade. By Gen. James H. Lane. Battle of Jericho Ford — report of General Lane. Headquarters Lane's brigade, September 20, 1864. Major,--I have the honor to report that we left the church in the neighborhood of Spotsylvania Courthouse after dark on the 21st of May, marched until 2 o'clock that night, resumed our march at 4 1/2 o'clock on the morning of the 22d, and bivouaced about noon that day near Hewlett's Station, on the Central railroad. At 6 o'clock A. M., on the 23d, we moved still further down the railroad, and about noon went into camp close to the South Anna river and near Anderson's Station. That afternoon we were ordered up the railroad, formed line of battle on the right of McGowan, perpendicular to the road, and threw forward a portion of our sharp-shooters. The Seventh regiment was soon afterwards detached to guard a ford on the river. We were subsequently ordered still further up the road — our sharp-shooters being lef
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of the First Maryland regiment. (search)
ent to Harper's Ferry. On, or about the 18th May, the companies organized themselves into a battalion, numbering four hundred and fifty men, of eight companies, as follows: Company A, Captain Johnson; Company B, Captain Edelin; Company C, Captain Price; Company D, Captain Herbert; Company E, Captain McCoy; Company F, Captain Holbrooke; Company G, Captain Nicholas: Company H, Captain Wellmore. And placed Captain Johnson in temporary command, he having been first in Virginia. On the 21st May, Lieutenant-Colonel George Deas, Confederate States Army, mustered Companies A and B into service at the Point of Rocks, and the next day mustered in the other six companies into the service of the Confederate States. As soon as the battalion was mustered in, Mrs. Bradley T. Johnson, under escort of Captain Nicholas, and Second-Lieutenant Shearer, Company A, started for North Carolina to endeavor to procure arms and equipments for it. Proceeding to Leesburg, it was found impossible to go
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), History of Lane's North Carolina brigade. (search)
left extending a little beyond a dam thrown across the stream in front of our works. List of casualties in Lane's brigade from May 5, 1864, to October 1, 1864. names of battles with dates.killed.wounded.missing.Total.aggregate. Officers.Men.Officers.Men.Officers.Men.Officers.Men. Wilderness, May 5th and 6th34016213513824391415 Spotsylvania C. H., May 12th641101061329429441470 Sharpshooting and shelling at Spotsylvania C. H., May 13th to 20th 111 4167 Action near Spotsylvania C. H., May 21st11112 321618 Jericho Ford, May 23110574 10694100 Action at Storrs's farm on Tottapottamoi creek, May 31st 2219  22123 Turkey Ridge, near Gaines's Mill, June 3d to 12th12327  42933 Action at Riddle's shop, near Frazier's farm, June 13th   5 2 77 Action 3 miles southeast of Petersburg, June 22d 7446 545862 Action in front of Petersburg, June 23d15 12  11718 Battle of Gravel Hill, July 28th3854547312126138 Battle of Fussel's Mills, on Darbytown road, August 16th to 18th2654
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of First Maryland regiment. (search)
ony of winter quarters was greatly relieved by a fine library which Mrs. Johnson purchased — partly with money collected by herself and partly with a portion of the Georgia contributions. She was enabled in the same manner to send on a large supply of yarn socks and gloves. In February Companies A and B, twelve-month's men, concluded to re-enlist for the war and take the furlough. This was peculiarly gratifying, as they were the companies first formed, and though only mustered on the 21st of May had been in active service since the 8th and 9th of May, 1861. Company A had served under Colonel Johnson in Baltimore during the week succeeding the 19th of April. Most of the men of these companies re-enlisted and went off on furlough. Captain Goldsborough, with his old men and some recruits, reorganized Company A, and was in every fight of the regiment. Captain Edelin, having volunteered to go to North Carolina, did not get back until after the Valley campaign, but was in time with