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Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Chapter 33: the advance to Culpepper and Bealton. (search)
two batteries of artillery, taking the northwesterly side of the railroad; the Third Division, under Gen. Alexander Hayes, taking the south-easterly side, and the First Division, under Caldwell as rear guard. Col. Mallon commanded the third brigade of the Second Division, in which was the Nineteenth, commanded by Col. Wass. The column moved rapidly on, every man intent on getting as far ahead as possible. There was no voluntary straggling. Of the battle at Bristoe Station, First Sergt. Milton Ellsworth of Co. C, says: The 59th New York, of our brigade, was deployed on the left as flankers, to watch for the rebels, who were expected to appear at any time. When the column crossed Kettle's Run, the flankers were drawn in and did not go out again after crossing, probably thinking it unnecessary. After marching quietly along for some time, with our left flank thus unguarded, I saw some men marching along, dressed in blue, where our flankers should have been. Knowing that we
. Edwin R. Bartlett, Corporal. James H. Lord, Musician. Charles Bradley. Richard Burrill. Abram A. Dow. Albert H. Greenleaf. Darius Johonnet. Peter Stillman. Michael Scannell. Co. B.Francis Osborn, First Sergeant. George B. Borden, Sergeant. Patrick Berry, Corporal. George W. Cain, Corporal. William B. Blair, Wagoner. Charles A. Alley. William P. Edwards. Adolph Mahnitz. Timothy O'Connell. Charles Preston. Thomas Riley. James Strange. Stephen J. Younger. Co. C.Milton Ellsworth, First Sergeant. Benjamin F. Hall, Sergeant. Benjamin H. Jellison, Sergeant. George E. Breed, Corporal. James Morse, Corporal. Richard R. Foster, Corporal. Moses R. Littlefield, Wagoner. Richmond L. Pillsbury, Musician. Eben Colby. 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
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Chapter 39: capture of the regiment. (search)
utside 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 Gormley. SergeantJames Clark. Hugh Dernon. John Doherty. Daniel Corrigan. William Kelly. Edward C. Thompson. Thomas Hall. Michael O'Leary. James Skerrett.
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Roster of the Nineteenth regiment Massachusetts Volunteers (search)
. pris. June 22, 1864; N. F.R Eldridge, James, priv., (C), Aug. 3, ‘63; 31; sub.; transf. to 20th M. V. Jan. 14, ‘61. Ellery, Wm. P., priv., (H), Nov. 1, 1861; 18; wounded as corp., July 3, 1863, Co. C; disch. Aug. 29, ‘64; re-en. in V. R.C. Elliot, William, priv., (B), June 11, ‘64; 25; M. O. June 30, ‘65 as 1st sergt. Ellis, Alfred, priv., (G), Apr. 15, ‘64; 28; abs. sick since ‘64; N. F.R. Ellis, Joseph, priv., (G), Nov. 19, ‘64; 18; disch. disa. Mar. 11, ‘65; see rej. recruits. Ellsworth, Milton, priv., (C), July 26, ‘61; 19; re-en. Dec. 21, ‘63; disch. June 28, 1865, O. W.D.; has been prisoner. Ellis, John, priv., (—), May 18, ‘64; 28; sub. R. B. Peckham; N. F.R. Emerson, John W., sergt., (C), July 26, ‘61; 23; disch. disa. Oct. 28, ‘61; served V. R.C., 13th regt.; M. O. Nov. 17, ‘65. Emile, Moreau, priv., (G), Jan. 9, ‘65; 28; M. O. June 30, 65. Enwright, James, priv., (G), Dec. 10, ‘62; 21; N. F.R. Entzensbirger, John, priv., (E), Dec.
Regiment,.............................. 300, 327 Eldridge, James, .................................................... 291 Eleventh Maine Regiment,.................... ..................... 360 Ellers, Heindrick, ................................................ 341 Ellery, William,................................................. 249 Elliot, William, ..................................................... 359 Ellis, Alfred,...................................................... 322 Ellsworth, Milton,.................. .........269, 285, 328 Eltham, Va., .................................................... 71 Ely's Ford,............................ ...... ... .......... 303 Embler, Capt., A. Henry,....................... ................ 350 Estes, William P. R.,.................................. .......... 248, 328 Evans, General,..................................................... 28 Ewell, General, .................................. ............... 225 Fair Oaks, Va.,...