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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Mass. officers and men who died. 6 0 Browse Search
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ombs. The 28th lost fewer, but the loss included its colonel, Richard Byrnes, commanding brigade, An officer of the regular army; a good disciplinarian in camp; cool and resolute in action; mingling in just proportion impetuosity with sound judgment. Walker's 2d Corps, p. 512. and Lieut. James B. West. There fell also Capts. J. H. Baxter (22d Mass.) and C. F. Pray (18th Mass.) at Bethesda Church, Capt. R. J. Cowdin (56th Mass.), Lieut.-Col. G. E. Marshall, Lieuts. G. C. Bancroft and Edward Carleton (40th Mass.), John B. Thompson (19th Mass.). The whole loss of Massachusetts officers was not, however, more than two-thirds as great as at Spotsylvania, although considerably larger than at the Wilderness. Official War Records, 67, pp. 134, 150, 181. General Grant recognized frankly that the charge ordered on June 3 at Cold Harbor was the one battle which he thoroughly regretted. Young's Around the World with President Grant, II, 304. Grant's Memoirs, II, 276. He said: Cold