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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 5. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The First Maryland cavalry, C. S. A. (search)
s among the officers; Corporals Brown and Bond had each risen to the grade of sergeant, and then to first and second lieutenant. On Saturday, April 26, 1862, a new election occurred in the company, resulting in the re-election of George R. Gaither, captain, and the election of G. W. Dorsey, first lieutenant; N. Hobbs, second lieutenant; W. Cecil, third lieutenant. The same day the minority of thirty-one sent a petition to Colonel Fitzhugh Lee, and also to General George H. Steuart, by James Clark, asking to be transferred as cavalry to the the Maryland Line. The result is thus noted in my diary: Monday, 5, 12, ‘62.-Company to be mustered out on Wednesday; Company Q (the title assumed by the minority, in jest rather,) is to be transferred to-morrow. Tuesday, 5, 13, ‘62.-Lieutenant Bond returned from Richmond; Company Q transferred and move towards Richmond; Company K discharged. The next movement of Company Q is recorded in Goldsborough's History of the Maryland line, p. 197. On
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 44: battle of Mobile Bay. (search)
and W. D. Urann; Acting-Ensigns, G. F. Hollis, A. R. Jones and G. H. Dodge, Jr.; Engineers: First-Assistant, J. W. Whittaker; Acting-Second-Assistant, W. W. Shipman; Third-Assistants, C. R. Morgan and J. G. Cooper; Acting-Third-Assistant, Joseph Knight. Steamer Kanawha. Lieutenant-Commander, Wm. K. Mayo; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, F. W. Brigham; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, L. L. Penniman; Acting-Ensigns, L. S. Trickett, W. A. Purdie and H. Banks; Acting-Master's Mates, R. P. Boss and James Clark; Engineers: Second-Assistant, Edward Farmer; Third-Assistants, W. S. Cherry, M. M. Murphy and M. W. Mather. Steamer Genesee. Lieutenant-Commander, Edward C. Grafton; Lieutenant, Thomas S. Spencer; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, W. F. Hutchinson; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, F. C. Alley; Acting-Masters, Wm. Hanson and C. M. Merchant; Acting-Ensigns, C. H. Baxter and E. W. Halcro; Acting-Master's Mates, W. J. Crosby and John Conner; Engineers: Acting-First-Assistant, John Cahill; Acting-Sec
foot; Charles Meyers, wounded severely in leg; John Gray, wounded in chin; Thomas Watson, wounded in leg; W. Mothersill, wounded in leg. Company C--Killed: Corporal Geo. W. Young, private W. H. Arbor. Wounded: Sergeant Chas. Friedeborn, in breast; Corporal Charles Fairfax, in thigh; private Geo. W. Gaugh, in side; James A. Morrow, in leg; John T. Coverdale, in side, severely. Company D--Killed: Private Frederick Shoemaker. Wounded: First Lieut. Robert Kirkup, in arm, severely; Sergeant James Clark, in leg, slight; Sergeant John B. McElhaney, in thigh; Sergeant C. Dillon, in leg; Corporal T. Hettle, in hand; Corporal George Granger, in leg; private John Bourk, in leg; Benjamin Cline, wounded in leg; Valentine Gilbe, in arm; Owen Haley, in arm; John Nolan, in leg; Xavier Stoll, in leg. Company E--Corp. Geo. W. Gentle, wounded in head; Corporal W. Williams, in face; John Garner, A. Carnahan, killed; George A. Peet, dangerously wounded and missing; P. Brady, wounded in foot; Wm.
foot; Charles Meyers, wounded severely in leg; John Gray, wounded in chin; Thomas Watson, wounded in leg; W. Mothersill, wounded in leg. Company C--Killed: Corporal Geo. W. Young, private W. H. Arbor. Wounded: Sergeant Chas. Friedeborn, in breast; Corporal Charles Fairfax, in thigh; private Geo. W. Gaugh, in side; James A. Morrow, in leg; John T. Coverdale, in side, severely. Company D--Killed: Private Frederick Shoemaker. Wounded: First Lieut. Robert Kirkup, in arm, severely; Sergeant James Clark, in leg, slight; Sergeant John B. McElhaney, in thigh; Sergeant C. Dillon, in leg; Corporal T. Hettle, in hand; Corporal George Granger, in leg; private John Bourk, in leg; Benjamin Cline, wounded in leg; Valentine Gilbe, in arm; Owen Haley, in arm; John Nolan, in leg; Xavier Stoll, in leg. Company E--Corp. Geo. W. Gentle, wounded in head; Corporal W. Williams, in face; John Garner, A. Carnahan, killed; George A. Peet, dangerously wounded and missing; P. Brady, wounded in foot; Wm.
and the second in oats. The equalized valuation of all taxable property was $539,673,691; and the total bonded debt was $10,937. During the past five years the bank deposits have more than doubled; nearly 1,500 miles of railroad are under construction, which will make the entire mileage about 5,000. The population in 1890 was 1,911,896; in 1900, 2,231,853. See United States, Iowa, vol. IX. Governors—territorial. Robert Lucasassumes officeJuly, 1838 John Chambers July, 1841 James ClarkJuly, 1845 Governors—State. Ansel Briggsassumes office1846 Stephen Hempstead.Dec., 1850 James W. GrimesDec., 1854 Ralph P. LoweDec., 1858 Samuel J. Kirkwood Jan., 1860 William M. StoneJan., 1864 Samuel MerrillJan., 1868 C. C. CarpenterJan., 1872 Samuel J. Kirkwood. Jan., 1876 Joshua G. NewboldactingJan., 1876 John H. Gear.assumes officeJan. 1878 Buren R. Sherman Jan. 1882 William LarrabeeJan. 1886 Horace BoiesJan. 1890 Frank D. JacksonJan. 1894 Francis M. DrakeJan. 189
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Kentucky, (search)
Amendment. Population in 1890, 1,858,635; in 1900, 2,147,174. See United States, Kentucky, vol. IX. Governors. Name.Term. Isaac Shelby1792 to 1796 James Garrard1796 to 1804 Christopher Greenup1804 to 1808 Charles Scott1808 to 1812 Isaac Shelby1812 to 1816 George Madison1816 Gabriel Slaughter1816 to 1820 John Adair1820 to 1824 Joseph Desha1824 to 1828 Governors—Continued. Name.Term. Thomas Metcalfe1828 to 1832 John Breathitt1832 to 1834 J. T. Morehead1834 to 1836 James Clark1836 to 1837 C. A. Wickliffe1837 to 1840 Robert P. Letcher1840 to 1844 William Owsley1844 to 1848 John J. Crittenden1848 to 1850 John L. Helm1850 to 1851 Lazarus W. Powell1851 to 1855 Charles S. Morehead1855 to 1859 Beriah Magoffin1859 to 1861 J. F. Robinson1861 to 1863 Thomas E. Bramulette1863 to 1867 John L. Helm1867 John W. Stevenson1868 to 1871 Preston H. Leslie1871 to 1875 James B. McCreary1875 to 1879 Luke P. Blackburn1879 to 1883 J. Proctor Knott1883 to 1887 Simon B
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Chapter 18: the battle of Antietam. (search)
ivate Thomas A. Sweetser, knee. Co. K.Sergeant William A. McGinnis, breast, severe. Sergeant Charles A. Haley, hand, slight. Private Joseph W. Cosgrove, slight. Private Samuel E. Vial. Private William A. McKenna, Private Robert Williams. Total 7 officers, 97 men. missing: Co. B.Private Varnum H. Rogers. Co. C.Private Charles Tibbetts. Private James H. Heath. Co. D.Private John D. Moses. Private Thomas Brennan. Co. E.Private Bartholomew Smith. Private James Welch. Private James Clark. Private John C. Howe. Private George Wright. Private John Doherty. Co. F.Private Mark Tiernan. Co. G.Sergeant William Tibbetts. Private Thomas F. Costello. Total missing 14 men. captured: Co. C.Corporal Sewall S. Kent. Private George H. Patch. Private Edward Doyle, wounded (soon paroled.) Total captured, 3 men. Recapitulation. Killed1 Officer13 men Wounded7 Officer98 men Missing14 men Prisoners3 men 8 Officers128 Men. Signed by Wm. R. Driver, Ac
lby. William E. Fletcher. James H. Heath. Coloneus Morse. Ernest A. Nichols. Edwin C. D. Saunders. John H. Steele. Charles W. Tibbetts. Co. D.Benjamin W. Russell, First Sergeant. Charles P. Welch, Sergeant. Charles K. Hills, Corporal. Joshua Kendall, Musician. Ira Weston, Wagoner. John Brill. Clarence P. Crane. John Cavanaugh. Erastus Cousins. William Heffron. Henry Lee. John Moses. Nathan Walden. Co. E.Samuel E. Viall, First Sergeant. Daniel Corrigan, Sergeant. James Clark, Sergeant. Phillip Dunn, Sergeant. Terrence Gormley, Corporal. Timothy Leary, Wagoner. James Allen. John C. Howe. John F. Jordan. Edwin C. Maloney. Co. F.Cornelius Linnehan, First Sergeant. Hugh McPartland, Sergeant. Moses P. Bixby, Sergeant. James Farrell, Corporal. William Stewart, Musician. Joseph I. Seavey, Wagoner. Johnson Achison. George N. Burgess. William Gibbons. Steven Hawes. Michael O'Leary. John Lee. Nahum Morison. William Smith. Enoch C. Kenney. William
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Chapter 39: capture of the regiment. (search)
omas Stone. SergeantNelson B. Knights. CorporalAbram Warner. PrivateJacob Brill. Clarence P. Crane. Charles J. Chamberlain. William P. R. Estes. Patrick Fitzgerald. Charles B. Mills. Michael Kelly. SergeantJames Gormley. SergeantJames Clark. Hugh Dernon. John Doherty. Daniel Corrigan. William Kelly. Edward C. Thompson. Thomas Hall. Michael O'Leary. James Skerrett. SergeantRobert J. Gamble. SergeantJames Clark. CorporalWilliam H. Lambert. CorporalElijah E. H. Mansur. James Clark. CorporalWilliam H. Lambert. CorporalElijah E. H. Mansur. CorporalGeorge E. Morse. Edward Golden. William Haywood. Thomas Hill. James McCarthy. John McMannus. Levi Woofindale. George B. Symonds. Michael Broderick. John P. Driscoll. Benjamin Lummus. John Restell, Jr. Joshua Very. James Shinnick. Charles Becker. SergeantJames S. Smith. William Blake. James Harvey. Edwin B. Pratt. CorporalWilliam P. Edwards. Stephen J. Younger. Benjamin F. Adams. John Lee (Co. F.) John Lee (Co. I.) Job Foster. William Richardson. James Beatt
9, 332, 334 City Point, Va., ...................................... .......... 345 Claffey, Thomas, ........................ 112, 119, 138, 151, 181, 186, 193, 201 Clare, James P., ...................................................... 284 Clark, James, ..................................................... 146, 329 Clark, James, Sergt., ............................................ 286, 329 Clark, John A., ..................................................... 322 Clarke, Thomas, ..........Clark, James, Sergt., ............................................ 286, 329 Clark, John A., ..................................................... 322 Clarke, Thomas, ..................................................... 331 Clark, William H., ..................................................... 163 Clarksburg, Md., ....................................................... 127 Clay, George, ...................................................... 363 Clements, Charles E., .................................................... 187 Clemment, John, ....................................................... 341 Clump of Trees, The, ...........................................
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