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nknown,––––––––––––1–––––1 Nov. 4, Louisiana,––––––––––––1–––––1 Dec. 29, Louisiana,––––––––––––1–––––1 Place unknown,––––––––––––1–––––1 1863. May –, Bayou Jack, La.,––––––––––––––2–––2 May 15, Independence Station, La.––––––––––––––––1–1 June 2, Clinton, La.,–1––––––––––––1–––2 June 2, Brashear City, La.,–1––––––––––––––––1 June 15, Port Hudson, La.,––––1–––––––––––––1 Aug. 3, Jackson, La.,–––2––2–––––––––1–5 Nov. 9, White Plains, La.,–––1––––––––––––––1 Nov. 30, Plane Stores, La.,June 2, Brashear City, La.,–1––––––––––––––––1 June 15, Port Hudson, La.,––––1–––––––––––––1 Aug. 3, Jackson, La.,–––2––2–––––––––1–5 Nov. 9, White Plains, La.,–––1––––––––––––––1 Nov. 30, Plane Stores, La.,–
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Condensed history of regiments., Fourth regiment Massachusetts Cavalry. (search)
on Mass. Cavalry, at that time stationed in South Carolina, was originally part of the 1st Mass. Cavalry; and the record of its service from December, 1861, to May, 1864, forms part of the history of that regiment. The 2d Battalion was recruited in February, 1864, and left the State on March 20 in command of Maj. David B. Keith; the 3d Battalion, under Major Cabot, left on April 23. The 2d Battalion, stationed at Hilton Head, S. C., engaged in an expedition up the Ashepoo River in May; in June two companies, under Capt. Joseph W. Morton, moved to Jacksonville, Fla., and made their headquarters there, in August forming part of an expedition to Palatka, Fla. In July a detachment of the battalion, under Captain Staples, engaged in an expedition to St. John's Island, S. C. The battalion remained stationed thus by detachments at Hilton Head, S. C., and Jacksonville, Fla., throughout the year and until the close of the war. Immediately after organization the 1st and 3d Battalions were orde
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Condensed history of regiments., Fifth battery Massachusetts Light Artillery. (search)
isease,–1111 Died in Confederate prison.––– Total losses,12627 Casualties by Engagements. 1862. June 27, Gaines' Mill, Va.,–22 Dec. 13, Fredericksburg, Va.,–11 1863. July 3, Gettysburg, Pa.,–55 1864. May 12, Spotsylvania, Va.,–11 June 2-3, Bethesda Church, Va.,–22 June 8, Cold Harbor, Va.,–33 June 18, Petersburg, Va.,112 Active also at Yorktown (Howard's Mills), Va., April 2, 1864; Malvern Hill, Va., 2 wounded; Manassas, Va., one wounded, serving with the 4th R. I.; Wilde1864, the battery occupied winter quarters at Rappahannock Station. On May 5 it entered into action in the Wilderness, Va., being engaged at Spotsylvania May 12, and having made frequent changes of position with slight engagements during May, on June 2 and 3 was in action at Bethesda Church, Va. It was engaged again June 18, 1864, in front of Petersburg; encamped at the Jerusalem Plank Road until July 29, 1864; was present at the explosion of the mine, Petersburg, July 30, and took
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Condensed history of regiments., Tenth battery Massachusetts Light Artillery. (search)
1863, becoming part of the 1st Division, 3d Army Corps, and took its part in the marching and manoeuvring of the rest of the year, going three times into action that autumn; at Auburn, Va., October 13; Kelly's Ford, November 7; and Mine Run, November 30. Upon the reorganization of the army in preparation for the campaigns of 1864, the battery joined the 2d Army Corps and fought with it through all the battles of that year. It was engaged in action at the River Po May 10; was at Cold Harbor June 2; in the vicinity of Petersburg, Va., June 16; at Deep Bottom, Va., July 28. It was engaged at Reams's Station, August 25, losing 5 men killed in action, 24 wounded and missing, and 34 horses killed; Captain Sleeper being wounded early in the day, the battery was under the command of Lieut. Henry H. Granger. From September 24 to October 24 it was in position in front of Petersburg; engaged at Hatcher's Run under the command of Lieutenant Granger, who with Lieut. Amos Smith was mortally woun
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Condensed history of regiments., Fourteenth battery Massachusetts Light Artillery. (search)
1864. June 21-22, Petersburg, Va.,–33 Aug. 22, Before Petersburg, Va.,–44 1865. March 25, Petersburg, Va.,1–– Active also at Spotsylvania, Va.; River Ny, May 8, 10, 12, 1864; North Anna, May 14-27; Totopotomoy, June 1; Bethesda Church, June 2-3, 1864. The 14th Battery, organized at Readville, Mass., and mustered into service Feb. 27, 1864, received its outfit of guns at Washington, April 24, and on the next day was ordered to join the 9th Army Corps, and left the capital to engage River, its division commander, Gen. Thomas Greeley Stevenson, being killed, and was again in action there May 12,16 and 18. From May 24-27 the battery was engaged at the North Anna River; engaged again at Totopotomoy, June 1; at Bethesda Church, June 2; Cold Harbor, June 6-12. It moved by forced marches to Petersburg and on June 17 went into action there; it took active part also during the entire siege, entering into engagements June 21-24, July 10-17, August 5 and 21, and on October 11. In
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Condensed history of regiments., Thirteenth regiment Massachusetts Infantry. (search)
rper's Ferry, Va.,––––––––––1––1 1862. Aug. 28, Thoroughfare Gap,Va.,––––––2––––––2 Aug. 30, Manassas, Va.,––3767–3–352–36 Sept. 17, Antietam, Md.,––51131235–4–25 Dec. 13, Fredericksburg, Va.,––––13–––––––4 1863. April 30, Fitz Hugh's Crossing, Va–2–––––––––––2 May 4, Chancellorsville, Va.,–––––1–––––––1 July 1-2, Gettysburg, Pa.,––1241211436–25 1864. May 5-10, Wilderness, Va.,–2–1––––––11–5 May 8-11, Spotsylvania, Va,–––––131112––9 June 1-3, Bethesda Church, Va.,––1––––––1–––2 June 2-12, Cold Harbor, Va.,–––––––––1–––1 June 20-22, Petersburg, Va.,–––1–––––11––3 July 12-18, Petersburg, Va.,–––––––2–––––2 Present also at North Anna and Totopotomoy. The Fourteenth Massachusetts Infantry, having been converted i
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Condensed history of regiments., Eighteenth regiment Massachusetts Infantry. (search)
121 Died by accident or disease,— Officers,–2––––––––––––2 Enlisted men,––295166587689–81 Totals,––––––––––––––83 Died as prisoners,— Officers,––––––––––––––– Enlisted men,–––5334442353–36 Total losses,— Officers,–11––––––––––––11 Enlisted men,––2251833182227212120211229 Totals,––––––––––––––240 Casualties by Engagements. 1862. Aug. 30, Manassas (or Bull Run 2d), Va.–3–588–794–46–54 Sept. 20, Shepherdstown, Va. (or Blackford's Ford).––––1––––21–1–5 Dec. 13, Fredericksburg, Va.–3–4–36141211127 Place unknown,––––––––––1–––1 1863. May 1-3, Chancellorsville, Va.–1––––––––––––1 July 2, Gettysburg, Pa,–––2––––––––––2 Nov. 7, Rappahannock Station, Va.–1–––1–11–1–––5 1864. May 5-7, Wilderness, Va.,––
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Condensed history of regiments., Twenty-first regiment Massachusetts Infantry. (search)
sualties by Engagements. 1862. Feb. 8, Roanoke Island, N. C.––––343––2––1–13 Mar. 14, New Berne,N. C.,–1–233–21–434–23 April 19, Camden, N. C.,––––12–––1––––4 Sept. 1, Chantilly, Va.,15–3256331271–39 Sept. 17, Antietam, Md.,–1––––22–2–12–10 Dec. 13, Fredericksburg, Va.–––14––2–1121–12 Place unknown,––––––––––1–––1 1863. Nov. 24-29, Siege of Knoxville, Tenn.––––––11–1––1–4 1864. May 6, Wilderness, Va.,–––1–1–––1––––3 May 12-18, Spotsylvania,Va.,–––––1–––21–1–5 May 31–June 1, Shady Grove Church, Va.–––1––––––––2–3 June 2, Cold Harbor (Bethesda Church),Va.––––21–212211–12 June 16-17, Petersburg, Va.,–1–2–––1–1––––5 June 29-July 23, Before Petersburg, Va.–––1–1––1–––––3 July 30, Crater, Petersburg, Va.–1-–––––1
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Condensed history of regiments., Thirty-sixth regiment Massachusetts Infantry. (search)
the reorganization of the 9th Corps it became, under Major Draper, part of the 1st Brigade, 2d Division; was engaged with loss at the Wilderness on May 6 and suffered greatly in the charge at Spotsylvania Court House May 12. On the 14th and 16th of May a detachment from the 29th Mass. Infantry, which had joined the regiment Jan. 30, 1864, and whose term of service had expired, left for Massachusetts for muster out. Under command of Captain Barker the regiment took active part at Cold Harbor June 2, and shared with its division in the assault of Petersburg June 17. It was active afterward in the siege, engaging in the operations on the Weldon Railroad in August, at Pegram Farm or Poplar Spring Church Sept. 30, and at Hatcher's Run in October. In the latter part of October the 21st Battalion Mass. Volunteers was transferred to the 36th Infantry, which was consolidated into companies A to G, the 21st Battalion becoming companies H, I and K. After the fall of Petersburg the regiment mo
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Condensed history of regiments., Thirty-seventh regiment Massachusetts Infantry. (search)
city July 12, and went into action immediately at Fort Stevens. It took part in the operations against Early in the Shenandoah Valley, suffering loss at Charlestown August 21, and losing more heavily at the Opequon September 19, after which it was stationed as provost guard at Winchester. The regiment rejoined the Army of the Potomac before Petersburg December 16; engaged at Hatcher's Run in February, 1865; took part under Major Tyler in the action of March 25, and served under Captain Hopkins in the final assault of April 2. It was actively engaged with loss at Sailor's Creek, and, following Lee's army to Appomattox, it was placed after the surrender in guard of the South Side railroad. Returning to the vicinity of Washington June 2, it remained encamped at Bailey's Cross Roads until June 21, when it was mustered out of service, the re-enlisted men being transferred to the 20th Mass. Infantry. Returning to Massachusetts, it was paid off and discharged at Readville July 2, 1865.
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