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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 4 0 Browse Search
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marching up steadily, and finely maintaining their line and position without flinching. Official War Records, XVIII, 87. The reports of all the Massachusetts commanders will be found in this volume. A medal of honor was forwarded to Sergt. Andrew S. Bryant, Co. A, 46th Mass. The only regiment which incurred any considerable loss at Kinston December 14 was the 45th, or Cadet Regiment (Col. C. R. Codman), and it again distinguished itself at Whitehall. The color-bearer, Sergt. Theodore Parkn outpost under Colonel Jones of the 58th Pennsylvania. After this commander was killed the two companies held an advanced redoubt, under Captain Tifft, when the rest of the force had fallen back several miles; but were finally relieved. Sergt. A. S. Bryant of Co. A was made sergeant-major and received a medal of honor, ten years later, for gallantry in action at this engagement. At Bachelor's (or Batchelder's) Creek, N. C., during the defence of New Berne, Feb. 1-3, 1864, Lieutenant-Colon