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rd Sergt. Wm. H. Williams, Fourth Sergt. Solomon Harter, Fifth Sergt. James S. Bolander. Privates — David Murphy, William Jackson, Benjamin Mathews, Mathew Jellson, George W. Chenworth, J. W. Newman, Edward Harlan, S. B. Oneard, Enoch Fields, E. Lambert, J. Marshall, William Mattchet, Harlan Castle, J. F. Middleton, Abner Page, A. Grollet, William Cox, Cornelius Vannuyse, William R. Anderson, William Hayward, Moses Conklin, J. W. Clark, H. K. Jackson, J. F. Moore, W. H. Harris, E. Pedan, James Dunn, J. W. Jackson, M. Pinney, W. Little, H. M. Murphy, H. Lamb, Allen Crave, J. L. Lambert, G. W. Ross, W. Peaden, F. M. Cammack, Benjamin Ott, J. W. Hill, E. Clowgh, J. F. Ogborn, F. Frolghum, P. A. Scott, John A. Ruly, Robert Nickum, James P. Smith, William Keever, John Harnnes. List of wounded and sick.--Privates, wounded — William Clowgh, George Wm. Bush, James Peader, David Fist, Henry Lontz, Simon Jaseph, Jr. Sick — John C. Ruly, in hospital; Arnold Castle, at home. Missing, thirt<
rd Sergt. Wm. H. Williams, Fourth Sergt. Solomon Harter, Fifth Sergt. James S. Bolander. Privates — David Murphy, William Jackson, Benjamin Mathews, Mathew Jellson, George W. Chenworth, J. W. Newman, Edward Harlan, S. B. Oneard, Enoch Fields, E. Lambert, J. Marshall, William Mattchet, Harlan Castle, J. F. Middleton, Abner Page, A. Grollet, William Cox, Cornelius Vannuyse, William R. Anderson, William Hayward, Moses Conklin, J. W. Clark, H. K. Jackson, J. F. Moore, W. H. Harris, E. Pedan, James Dunn, J. W. Jackson, M. Pinney, W. Little, H. M. Murphy, H. Lamb, Allen Crave, J. L. Lambert, G. W. Ross, W. Peaden, F. M. Cammack, Benjamin Ott, J. W. Hill, E. Clowgh, J. F. Ogborn, F. Frolghum, P. A. Scott, John A. Ruly, Robert Nickum, James P. Smith, William Keever, John Harnnes. List of wounded and sick.--Privates, wounded — William Clowgh, George Wm. Bush, James Peader, David Fist, Henry Lontz, Simon Jaseph, Jr. Sick — John C. Ruly, in hospital; Arnold Castle, at home. Missing, thirt<
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 153.-the fight near Memphis, Mo. (search)
Doc. 153.-the fight near Memphis, Mo. Missouri Democrat account. on the eighteenth of July, Major John Y. Clopper, in command of a detachment of Merrill's Horse, about three hundred strong, and a detachment of Major Rogers's battalion, Eleventh Missouri State militia, about one hundred strong, attacked and, after a very severe fight, entirely routed Porter and Dunn's combined bands of guerrillas, six hundred strong. At last accounts Major Clopper was still in swift march upon the forces of Porter, which had fled south, crossed the railroad and posted themselves for another fight in the vicinity of Florida, where they were doubtless attacked this morning by our forces, which crossed the road in pursuit of Porter yesterday. The fight took place near Memphis, Mo., and was brought on by a small advanced guard being fired upon by the enemy, who were concealed in heavy brush and timber across the road, where they had halted and chosen the ground for their fight. They were immedi
ph R. Cabell, Major, commanding Thirty-eighth Virginia Regiment. Report of those who distinguished themselves in the Thirty-Eighth Virginia volunteers, at the battle of Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862. Company A. Captain Townes reports all of his men as having fought bravely and well, particularly private George A. Finch. Company B. Company commander absent. Regimental commander reports all as having fought bravely. Sergeant W. T. Atkins, and privates Green, Jones, John Arthur, James Dunn, and George J. Shelton, as worthy of especial mention. Company C. Lieutenant Anderson reports all as having behaved well--Sergeant J. J. Cassada, Color-Corporal William Bohannon, privates R. L. Sneed, A. M. Simpson, Alexander Prewett, Benjamin H. Lewis, Eli J. Lewis, specially. Company D. Lieutenant Herndon reports all as having behaved so well that he cannot make distinctions without doing injustice. Company E. Captain Tyree severely wounded and absent. Lieutenant Knight, now co
Captain Henderson, who succeeded him in command of the battalion; Captain Witcher, of the Twenty-first; Captain Penn, of the Forty-second; Lieutenant V. Dabney, of the Forty-eighth, all behaved as became good soldiers and gallant gentlemen. Lieutenant Dunn, A. A. General, was conspicuous in the performance of duty on the march and in battle. Captain Goldsborough and Lieutenant Booth, my volunteer Aids, were both wounded, and Dr. R. J. Johnson, also volunteer Aid, had his horse twice shot on tinfantry firing had ceased in all directions. During the entire engagement, the officers and men behaved as well as could be desired, notwithstanding the disorderly manner in which some of the troops we were ordered to support fell back. Lieutenants Dunn and Coltraine, of the First Virginia (Irish) battalion, tendered me their services on the field, as they had been left without a command. I put them in charge of two companies of the Twenty-eighth regiment, previously commanded by Sergeants
Henry Bartlett. Thomas Dawson. Co. B.Charles Abraham. Frank Bartley. Henry Connor. Charles Cook. James Cooper. David G. Copp. Philip Carey. Duncan Crawford. Andrew Cronan. Francis W. Devine. William Dow. Stephen Doer. Edward Dillon. John F. Jordan. Co. C.Edward C. Doherty. Thomas A. Dow. Reuben B. Dow. James Eckelman. James Eldridge. John Fisher. John Farren. Winslow P. Eayers. Robert H. Eastman. Joseph Frey. George Riese. John Davis. William Barnes. Co. D.James Dunn. John W. Gallagher. Henry G. Fuller. Michael Hogan. Philip Hunt. William Hamilton. Charles Harris. Fred W. Hubner. Andrew P. Green. Michael Gahagin. Co. D.Frank Heill. Charles Ferguson. William Smith. Co. E.William Johnson, Corporal. Julius Rieser. James M. Harrison. Henry Hagedon. Michael Holligan. Alfred Horstman. Peter Kennedy. William B. Kelley. Rodney King. Michael Kenney. George Jones. Robert Slocum. Henry Urban. Co. F.Charles Lynch, Corporal. George Do
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Chapter 38: the North Anna battles. (search)
over two lines of works, across the fields which were swept by a terrible fire of canister from the enemy's batteries, while the musketry volleyed terribly. Major Dunn was struck by a bullet, and fell, but rallied again. The regimental colors fell but Mike Scannell of Co. I, picked them up and carried them forward. When the line halted, Major Dunn said, Mike, you keep the colors. Not as corporal, said Mike, Too many corporals have been killed already, carrying colors. I make you a sergeant, responded the Major. That's business answered Mike, I'll carry the colors. The severity of the fighting was such that there were numerous changes of brigaattle of the Wilderness: May 6th.Priv. Elisha Choate, Co. F, severe, left knee. Priv. Francis McKenna, Co. H, left arm. Priv. Frank Norman, Co. I. Priv. James Dunn, Co. I. Priv. Thomas Riley, Co. B, both thighs, severe. Priv. Angelo Chiconi, Co. B, left arm, amputated. Priv. Charles H. Preston, Co. B. Priv. Henry M.
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Chapter 39: capture of the regiment. (search)
ears since I came to this country, and you're the first man who ever called me a Yankee. Take the flag for the compliment. The men were marched to a field outside the city and camped for the night. The roll was called and it was found that 153 of the Nineteenth had been captured and that 1600 men and 67 officers, all told, in the corps were prisoners. The names of the enlisted men captured are: SergeantGiles D. Johnson. SergeantMichael Scannell. SergeantMarcus Kimball. PrivateJames Dunn. Irving Walker. Albert Wszlaki. SergeantFrancis Osborn. PrivateSamuel A. Bridges. Patrick Brestow. James Kelley. Thomas Stringer. SergeantMilton Ellsworth. PrivateTerrence Thomas. Francis Bradish. William E. Fletcher. George B. Otis. James Ridlon. Thomas 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 Gorm
...... ................ 291 Dow, William, ........................................................ 291 Driscoll, John P., ................................................. 329 Driver, Samuel., ................................................... 146, 323 Driver, William R., .............45, 104, 111, 119, 147, 152, 192, 299, 334, 344 Dudley, Ezra S.,.................................................... 186 Duncan, John, M.,.................................................... 292 Dunn, James, ................................................ 291, 323, 328 Dunn, Patrick,................................... ............... 106, 187 Dunn, Philip, ....................... .............................. 145, 286 Dunn, Moncena, 4, 7, 51, 64, 181, 182, 187, 192, 200, 210, 257, 261, 294, 295, 299, 300, 318, 324, 327, 332, 334, 356, 359 Dunham, Hallowell R.,........................................... 144, 153 Dunker Church, Md.,......................... ...............133, 134,135
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Mass. officers and men who died., List of Massachusetts officers, and soldiers who died as prisoners. (search)
,1st Mass. H. A.,Andersonville, Ga.,Nov. 17, 1864. Duffy, James,18th Mass. Inf.,Andersonville, Ga.,May 31, 1864. Duffy, John,2d Mass. H. A.,Andersonville, Ga.,Sept. 19, 1864. Dugan, Michael Name and rank.Command.Place of Death.Date of Death. Dugan, Michael,15th Mass. Inf.,Andersonville, Ga.,--- Dunham, Amos J.,58th Mass. Inf.,Annapolis, Md.,Oct. 27, 1864. Dunkow, J.,*1st Mass. Inf.,Richmond, Va.,Jan. 23, 1864. Dunn, Arthur,39th Mass. Inf.,Belle Isle, Va.,Jan. 28, 1864. Dunn, James,20th Mass. Inf.,Andersonville, Ga.,Oct. 22, 1864. Dunn, John,2d Mass. H. A.,Andersonville, Ga.,Oct. 10, 1864. Dunn, Peter,2d Mass. H. A.,Andersonville, Ga.,Aug. 1, 1864. Dunton, Henry C.,25th Mass. Inf.,Richmond, Va.,July 31, 1864. Dupp, E. E.,*58th Mass. Inf.,Annapolis, Md.,Oct. 18, 1864. Durant, Charles,32d Mass. Inf.,Confederate Prison,Feb. 15, 1865. Durgin, Jonathan,39th Mass. Inf.,Salisbury, N. C.,Jan. 5, 1865. Dushelm, Leon,1st Mass. Cav.,Andersonville, Ga.,July 1, 1864. Dwi
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