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e Nineteenth Corps, an organization was effected. The returns for April, 1863, show four divisions, commanded respectively by Generals Augur, Sherman (Thos. W.), Emory and Grover. In addition, the corps command included seven unassigned regiments, stationed at Brashear City, Key West, Tortugas and West Florida; in all, 65 regimenth, Sixteenth, Seventeenth and Nineteenth Corps. Major-General William B. Franklin commanded the Nineteenth Corps on this expedition, and took with him the First (Emory's) and Second (Grover's) Divisions; the Third Division was left in the defenses of New Orleans. Upon the arrival of Bank's Army at Alexandria the Second Division n, after which they served in the Shenandoah Valley, in Sheridan's Army. The Nineteenth Corps, or this part of it, was now under the command of General William--H. Emory; the First Division, containing 17 regiments, was commanded by General William Dwight; the Second Division, containing 4 brigades, 21 regiments, was commanded by
garden of Louisiana, --the One Hundred and Fourteenth, on May 30, 1863, joined its Corps, which had already invested Port Hudson, and for forty days participated in the incessant fighting which echoed through the magnolia woods about the works. In the grand assault of June 14th, Colonel Smith, while in command of the brigade, was killed. The total loss of the regiment during the siege of Port Hudson was 11 killed, 60 wounded, and 2 missing. On March 15, 1864,--in Dwight's (1st) Brigade, Emory's (1st) Division,--it started on Banks's Red River campaign, traversing the Teche country for the sixth time, and fighting at Sabine Cross Roads, where Lieutenant-Colonel Morse, the regimental commandant, was wounded. The Nineteenth Corps having been ordered to Virginia, the One Hundred and Fourteenth embarked for Washington on July 15, 1864, and after marching through Maryland, fought under Sheridan in his famous Shenandoah campaign against Early. At the battle of the Opequon, the regimen
407 505 Fort Bisland, La.             April 12-13, 1863.             38th Massachusetts Emory's Nineteenth 6 29 -- 35 Irish Bend, La.             April 14, 1863.             159th Nults of May 27th and June 14th.May 23--July 8, 1863.             8th New Hampshire Paine's Emory's (3d) Division. Nineteenth 30 198 30 258 4th Wisconsin Paine's Nineteenth 49 117 53 219 2 36 14 66 Sabine Cross Roads, La.             April 8, 1864.             161st New York Emory's Nineteenth 9 43 38 90 28th Iowa Cameron's Thirteenth 8 30 32 70 130th Illinois Landram'sd Iowa Mower's Sixteenth 35 115 60 210 162d New York Including loss at Sabine Cross Roads. Emory's Nineteenth 16 48 47 111 30th Maine Including loss at Sabine Cross Roads. Emory's NineteeEmory's Nineteenth 11 58 69 138 14th Iowa Mower's Sixteenth 19 61 9 89 24th Missouri Mower's Sixteenth 9 80 7 96 Jenkins's Ferry, Ark.             April 30, 1864
served through the war. 8 94 102 2 256 258 360 Emory's Nineteenth. Aug., ‘62 9th New Hampshire 1 Enlisted for nine months.       6 212 218 218 Emory's Nineteenth. Sept., ‘64 18th New Hampshired and served through the war.   1 1   53 53 54 Emory's Nineteenth. Dec., ‘63 3d Vermont Start's Mass. Trull's Reenlisted.   1 1   50 50 51 Emory's Nineteenth. Sept., ‘61 5th Mass. Phillipsetts Nine months men. 1 19 20 2 129 131 151 Emory's Nineteenth. Sept., ‘62 5th Massachusetts achusetts Reenlisted.   52 52 3 150 153 205 Emory's Nineteenth. Dec., ‘61 32d Massachusetts , ‘62 38th Massachusetts 4 73 77   151 151 228 Emory's Nineteenth. Sept., ‘62 39th Massachusetts Nine-months' regiment. 5 28 33   144 144 177 Emory's Nineteenth. May, ‘63 54th Massachusetts ticut Nine-months' men. 2 14 16 3 94 97 113 Emory's Nineteenth. Jan., ‘64 29th Connecticut rved through the war. 11 106 117 3 311 314 431 Emory's Nineteenth. July, ‘61 5th Wisconsin Re
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 3. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Comments on the First volume of Count of Paris' civil War in America. (search)
regiments with officers of the very best military talent that the army afforded. And of his appointees, there are at present in the United States army: On the retired list-- Thomas J. Wood, as Major-General. George Stoneman, as Major-General. Richard W. Johnson, as Major-General. Joseph H. McArthur, as Major. In active service-- D. B. Sackett, Colonel and Inspector-General. J. N. Palmer, Colonel Second Cavalry, and Brigadier-General by brevet. William. H. Emory, Colonel Fifth Cavalry, and Major-General by brevet. James Oakes, Colonel Sixth Cavalry, and Brigadier-General by brevet. S. D. Sturgis, Colonel Seventh Cavalry, and Major-General by brevet. Frank Wheaton, Colonel Second Infantry, and Major-General by brevet. D. S. Stanley, Colonel Twenty-second Infantry, and Major-General by brevet. A. G. Brackett, Lieutenant-Colonel Second Cavalry, and Colonel by brevet. E. A. Carr, Lieutenant-Colonel Fifth Cavalry, and Major-General by
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
. Tinsley, Private R. C. Allen, J. West, J. Owens. Co. D. Sergeant J. B. Moore, J. T. Atkinson, P. H. Emory, Corporal J. A. Williams, Private H. B. Andrews, J. Andrews, A. T. Bishop, P. J. Warren, M. Eacho, A. A. Goodrich, Private J. C. Maynard, Littleberry Brockwell, R. T. McCalister, J. N. Layne, W. F. T. Layne, John Scabrough, W. E. Tench, J. R. Norris, N. C. Wright, R. Wright, Private G. A. Fowler, Thomas Brockwell, E. Tench, Private A. M. Harrison. H. Emory. Co. E. Sergeant Jas. P. Atkinson, J. H. Carr, Corporal R. A. Carter, Private R. W. Adams, Wm. H. Baker, J. A. Carter, S. C. Carter, G. W. Crittenden, J. O. Garthright, J. M. Garthright, Philip Garthright, R. D. Gill, Festus Gill, J. M. Hubbard, Private Wm. D. Horton, R. Johnson, Wm. R. Johnson, M. J. Robinson, A. J. Roper, S. T. Seward, C. Throgmorton, J. N. Tynes, E. H. Warriner, J. L. Warriner, R. S. Warriner, 0. Warriner, Jas. W: Whitlock, J. C. Wo