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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1860. (search)
ing his regiment took its place in the great storming column. The work before them was known to be awful. For eight hours they bore the terrible suspense of expectation, to the suffering of which every soldier knows that actual battle brings unspeakable relief,—and then learned that the attempt would not be made. At the battle of the Wilderness, on the 6th of May, 1864, his regiment was taken into action by its colonel. The division was sent forward at about seven A. M., to support General Birney, who was then pressed hard by Longstreet. Major Abbott was second in command, and rode on the flank of his battalion with a cheerful look. It was remarked of him at the moment, that he rode into the fight with a smile on his face. The battle raged very fiercely, and the dense trees turned white as the streams of bullets stripped them of their bark. Colonel Macy fell, and was carried to the rear. The command devolved upon Major Abbott, who was still unhurt. An advance was ordered, a
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1864. (search)
quand on peut aimer quelque chose plus qu'elle. Fitzhugh Birney. First Lieutenant 23d Penn. Vols. (Infantry), Novune 17, 1864, of disease contracted in the service. Fitzhugh Birney was the youngest son of James G. Birney, the distinguiter of the New York branch of an old Maryland family. Fitzhugh Birney was born at Saginaw, Michigan, January 9, 1842. The fre the warehouse, the hotel, and the bank. In the hotel Mr. Birney and his family temporarily lodged. In the bank he had a54, Mr. Weld removed to Eagleswood, Perth Amboy. Hither Mr. Birney came, and here he lived until his death in the fall of 1r David, who said, I am now Colonel of the regiment called Birney's Zouaves. If you can get your mother's permission, you 64,—the anniversary of the battle of Bunker's Hill. Fitzhugh Birney was an uncommonly handsome man, tall, athletic, and ap in the Peninsular campaign of 1862. By his father, Fitzhugh Birney was first-cousin of the Confederate General Humphrey M
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, Biographical Index. (search)
H. J., Dr., I. 134. Bigelow, John, Capt., II., 235, 236. Billings, Dr., II. 407, 408;. Birney, D., Lieut., II. 424. Birney, D. B., Maj.-Gen., II. 98, 419;, 420, 424. Birney, Fitzhugh, Birney, D. B., Maj.-Gen., II. 98, 419;, 420, 424. Birney, Fitzhugh, Capt., Memoir, II. 415-424. Birney, J. G., II. 415, 424;. Birney, William, Brig.-Gen., II. 420, 424;. Blake, C. F., II. 105. Blenker, Louis, Maj.-Gen., I. 111. Blight, Atherton, I. 311.Birney, Fitzhugh, Capt., Memoir, II. 415-424. Birney, J. G., II. 415, 424;. Birney, William, Brig.-Gen., II. 420, 424;. Blake, C. F., II. 105. Blenker, Louis, Maj.-Gen., I. 111. Blight, Atherton, I. 311. Bliss, Capt., I. 146. Boardman, Mr., I. 336. Bodisco, M. de. I. 356. Bond, G. W., II. 12. Bond, H. M., Lieut., Memoir, II. 12-20. Bond, Sophia, A. M., II. 12. Bond, William, IIBirney, J. G., II. 415, 424;. Birney, William, Brig.-Gen., II. 420, 424;. Blake, C. F., II. 105. Blenker, Louis, Maj.-Gen., I. 111. Blight, Atherton, I. 311. Bliss, Capt., I. 146. Boardman, Mr., I. 336. Bodisco, M. de. I. 356. Bond, G. W., II. 12. Bond, H. M., Lieut., Memoir, II. 12-20. Bond, Sophia, A. M., II. 12. Bond, William, II. 12, 13;,14, 15. Bowman, C. C., II. 263. Bowman, E. C., Actg. Asst. Paymaster, Memoir, II. 263-267. Boyd, J. T., Capt., I. 328. Boynton, E. M., II. 402. Boynton, Mary Anne, II. 363. Birney, William, Brig.-Gen., II. 420, 424;. Blake, C. F., II. 105. Blenker, Louis, Maj.-Gen., I. 111. Blight, Atherton, I. 311. Bliss, Capt., I. 146. Boardman, Mr., I. 336. Bodisco, M. de. I. 356. Bond, G. W., II. 12. Bond, H. M., Lieut., Memoir, II. 12-20. Bond, Sophia, A. M., II. 12. Bond, William, II. 12, 13;,14, 15. Bowman, C. C., II. 263. Bowman, E. C., Actg. Asst. Paymaster, Memoir, II. 263-267. Boyd, J. T., Capt., I. 328. Boynton, E. M., II. 402. Boynton, Mary Anne, II. 363. Boynton, P., II. 363. Boynton, W. P., Capt., Memoir, II. 363-371. Bradbury, W. F., II. 234. Bradford, Gamaliel, I. 99. Bradford, T. G., I. 110, 350;, 358, 359; II. 133, 142;, 163. Brad