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ss and S. A. Hanson returned to quarters. Jan. 29. Harrison Chase returned to quarters. Jan. 30. Joseph Cross and Jo(Harmon?) New ton returned to light duty. Jan. 31. Harrison Chase returned to duty. John (?) Newton, Jos. Cross, John Pfaced, ridden by Sergt. Townsend, died of lung fever. Harrison Chase and John H. Knowland sick in quarters. Feb. 3. E. Ts. Capt. Sleeper returned from furlough. Feb. 19. Harrison Chase reported for duty. Feb. 21. Waldo Pierce returned to March 18. Hanson reported for stable duty and Mugford and Chase reported to quarters. March 19. Mugford, Herring, Ashcron, reported for quarters. March 22. Endicott, Herring, Chase, White, Newton, and Prince reported for duty; Ring reported?) and Stowell reported for dismounted duty; Pierce (?) and Chase reported for quarters. April 20. C. E. Woodis taken to Camp Hospital yesterday; H. Chase reported for dismounted duty. April 22. Pierce (?) Colbath and Stowell reported for dut
Sept. 1. Three horses shot; disease glanders; by order of Veterinary Surgeon Third Corps Headquarters. Sept. 2. William H. Bickford, Charles N. Packard and Harrison Chase reported for duty. Sept. 3. Private James L. W. Thayer reported for duty. One horse unserviceable. Sept. 4. Private Isaac N. Burroughs and Glidden repo to quarters. Sept. 20. Private Geo. H. Day reported to quarters. Sept. 21. Private Arthur A. Blandin reported to quarters. Sept. 22. Privates Maxwell and Chase (?) re ported for light duty. Leroy E. Hunt reported to quarters. Ellis A. Friend reported for duty. Six horses shot; by order Surgeon Benson 3rd Army Corps headquarters. Received from Capt. Pierce, Q. M. 18 mules with harnesses complete. Sept. 23. Private John Millett reported to quarters, Chase (?) ditto. Sept. 24. Elias Ashcroft reported for duty. Sept. 25. Richard Horrigan reported to quarters. Sept. 26. Isaac N. Burroughs and Arthur A. Blandin reported for duty. Sep
s reported to quarters. Oct. 30. Received five horses from Capt.—— A. A. Q. M., Catlett Station, Va. Oct. 31. Private H. Chase and Corp'l Stevens reported to quarters. Nov. 1. Corp'l Pease reported to quarters; Corp'l Stevens reported to duty. Nov. 2. Private H. Warburton reported for duty. H. Chase ditto. Nov. 3. Corp'l Geo. A. Pease reported for duty. H. Chase, 0. F. Glidden reported to quarters. Nov. 4. Privates Norman H. Butterfield and Wm. A. Trefry sent to WashingtonH. Chase, 0. F. Glidden reported to quarters. Nov. 4. Privates Norman H. Butterfield and Wm. A. Trefry sent to Washington Hospital. Nov. 5. H. Chase, O. F. Glidden reported to quarters. Nov. 6. C. N. Packard reported to quarters. Nov. 7. Left Warrenton Junction at 5.30 o'clock A. M. Arrived at Kelly's Ford at 12 M. Opened fire with the enemy at 2 o'clock. NH. Chase, O. F. Glidden reported to quarters. Nov. 6. C. N. Packard reported to quarters. Nov. 7. Left Warrenton Junction at 5.30 o'clock A. M. Arrived at Kelly's Ford at 12 M. Opened fire with the enemy at 2 o'clock. Nov. 8. Arrived at Brandy Station, Va., about 4 o'clock P. M. Nov. 10. Moved across the railroad and went into ca
d Thresher sick in quarters. Feb. 24. Privates H. Chase and Thresher sick in quarters. Second L2nd Corps. Feb. 25. Privates M. Orcutt and H. Chase, excused. Feb. 26. Privates M. Orcutt and H. Chase reported to quarters. Private L. W. Temple returned from furlough. Brevet Major J. Henry Feb. 28. Privates J. W. Wilson, M. Orcutt, H. Chase, and F. Mins, excused from duty. Notice receital of Private J. A. Lucas. March 1. Privates H. Chase, J. W. Wilson and M. Orcutt reported to eave to duty. March 6. Privates M. Orcutt, H. Chase, F. Mins and S. Otis reported to quarters. Parker on furlough of 20 days to Mass. Privates H. Chase, F. Mins and M. Orcutt reported to quartom General Hospital. Artificer Gross and Privates H. Chase and Orcutt (?) reported to quarters. on furlough of 20 days to Boston, Mass. Privates H. Chase, F. Mins and M. Orcutt reported to quarttt (?) reported to quarters. March 13. Private H. Chase reported to quarters. One horse died of [1 more...]
1865. Carr, Patrick,25Canton,Sept. 20, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Carter, Theodore A.,18Barre,Dec. 29, 1863,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Chase, Charles L.,28Charlestown.Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Chase, Frank A.,26Charlestown,Sept. 9, 1862,Prisoner July 19, 1863. June 9, 1865, expChase, Frank A.,26Charlestown,Sept. 9, 1862,Prisoner July 19, 1863. June 9, 1865, exp. of service. Chase, Harrison,36Southboroa,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Childs, Jonathan E.,19Rutland,Sept. 9, 1862,Died Nov. 15, 1862, Washington, D. C. Church, Edwin H.,30Lynn,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Clark, Charles F.,22Worcester,Nov. 11, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of servicChase, Harrison,36Southboroa,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Childs, Jonathan E.,19Rutland,Sept. 9, 1862,Died Nov. 15, 1862, Washington, D. C. Church, Edwin H.,30Lynn,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Clark, Charles F.,22Worcester,Nov. 11, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Clark, George L.,26Marblehead,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Clark. William H.,21Marlboroa,Nov. 30, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Colbath, Charles G.44Brookline,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Conners, Charles,18Stockbridge,Aug. 26, 1864,June 9. 1865, expiration of servi
0 Billings, Alfred C.Dec. 9, 1893 Bacon, Amasa D.Nov. 4, 1902 Butterfield, Norman H.——, 1905 Browning, James W.Mar. 28, 1907 Childs, Jonathan E.Nov. 15, 1862 Chase, HarrisonSept. 6, 1867 Clark, George L.April 8, 1868 Colbath, Charles G.Dec. 13, 1883 Cross, JosephApril 1, 1893 Crawford, RobertOct. 25, 1894 Cranston, George T.——, 1894 Carter, Theodore A.——, 1898 Chase, Charles L.Nov. 23, 1899 Chase, Frank A.June 15, 1908 Clark, Burnham C.Nov. 21, 1900 Carr, PatrickDec. 10, 1901 Doe, Charles W.Oct. 17, 1888 Day, Lieut. George H.Sept. 6, 1907 Devereaux, George N.Aug. 27, 1864 Dixon, George M.Jan. 7, 1864 Donnelly, William G.Dec. 29, 1872Chase, Frank A.June 15, 1908 Clark, Burnham C.Nov. 21, 1900 Carr, PatrickDec. 10, 1901 Doe, Charles W.Oct. 17, 1888 Day, Lieut. George H.Sept. 6, 1907 Devereaux, George N.Aug. 27, 1864 Dixon, George M.Jan. 7, 1864 Donnelly, William G.Dec. 29, 1872 Damrell, Edwin F.June 25, 1904 Ewell, Henry L.Nov. 2, 1864 Edwards, JosephJan. 11, 1876 Edwards, WilliamDec. 27, 1872 Ellsworth, JamesJan. 9, 1877 Ellsworth, ThomasSept. 7, 1903 Estabrook, Luther L.Dec. 8, 1893 Endicott, William E.June 2, 1903 Estee, Francis M.May 22, 1906 French, John W.April 3, 1868 Friend, E
r, Theo. A., 203, 204, 207, 350. Castle Thunder, 189, 430. Cavalry, Scott's Nine Hundred, 52, 60, 93. Cavalry, Sixth Michigan, 69. Cavalry, Stuart's, 138. Cavalry, Merritt's, 228. Cavalry, Gregg's, 345, 372, 375, 391. Cavalry, Hampton's, 324, 363, 374. Cavalry, First Mass., 379. Chancellorsville, 65, 213, 214. Chapin's Bluff, 297. Childs, Jona. E., 47. Childs, Dr., 72. Chase, Chas. L., 148, 151, 202, 209. Chase, Frank A., 48, 81, 87, 109, 151, 163, 409. Chase, Harrison, 81, 82, 83, 85, 116, 149, 163, 407, 408, 409. Church, Edwin H., 303, 305. Church, Massaponax, 243. Church, Dunker, 107. Church, Karmel, 245. Church, Bethesda, 254. Church, Shady Grove, 216. Church, Oak Grove, 308. Church, Poplar Grove, 345, 380. City Point, 300, 340, 353, 371, 396. Clark, B. C., 116, 206, 209, 325, 362. 404. Clark, Geo. L., 39, 148. Clark, Chas. F., 398, 401. Clark, Wm. H., 401. Cochrane, Capt. W. H. D., 209, 272, 302, 304, 305. Colbath,