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Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Chapter 37: the Wilderness Campaign. (search)
he crest of a hill on the south side and rested for the night. At daybreak the regiment moved forward and occupied the woods in its front, and lay in line of battle until 10 A. M. It then re-crossed the Po (left in front) and marched to the left one and a half miles and massed for a short time in a dense thicket. The Nineteenth then advanced into an open field immediately in the rear of the hill, where it lay behind a fence much exposed to the enemy's fire and lost three men (among them Garfield, of Co. K). This field was hemmed in by woods on either side, shutting out the wind and making the heat harder to bear. Rations were issued here, consisting of hard tack, pork and fresh beef. Many broke open the beef bones and used the marrow for butter, spreading it on the crackers and putting a sprinkling of salt in it; not a very healthful dish for a hot day. At one o'clock the regiment moved at a quick pace from the field, to the right and front, under the enemy's fire and became
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Chapter 38: the North Anna battles. (search)
May 7th.Priv. James B. Reagan, Co. B. May 10th.Sergt. Nelson E. Knights, Co. D, slight. Priv. James Farrell, Co. F, slight. Priv. John Monihan, Co. F. Priv. Thomas Hall, Co. F. Priv. James Nichols, Co. F, hand,—finger amputated. Priv. Daniel Beadley, Co. I, severe, head. Sergt. John B. Ross, Co. I, slightly, shell wound, right leg. Sergt. George Brown, Co. A. Sergt. Albert H. Greenleaf, Co. A. Sergt. James Strange, Co. B. Sergt. Ernest A. Nichols, Co. C, left wrist. Sergt. Joseph Garfield, Co. K, severe, right shoulder. May 11th.Sergt. Edward Golden, Co. G, left knee. Sergt. Samuel Driver, Co. H, left hand. Sergt. George Very, Co. H. May 12th.Sergt. James Flannigan, Co. E, leg. Sergt. Patrick Gillespie, Co. E, left leg, severe. Sergt. Matthias Bixby, Co. F, left temple, severe. Sergt. William Ryan, Co. F. Sergt. Peter Nulty, Co. G, shell wound in head. Corp. Abraham Dow, Co. A, right knee. Corp. Peter Barton, Co. A. Corp. John Hill, Co. A. Corp. Patric
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Roster of the Nineteenth regiment Massachusetts Volunteers (search)
Henry, priv., (B), July 26, ‘61; 25; disch. disa. Dec. 9, ‘61. Gannan, John, priv., (E), July 25, ‘61; 38; disch. disa. Aug. 7, ‘62 at Alexandria, Va. Gannan, William, priv., (—), Apr. 9, ‘64, 26; N. F.R. Garcia, John, priv., (—), Apr. 1, ‘65; 25; disch. May 6, ‘65; unassigned. Gardner, Thomas, priv., (A), Aug. 20, ‘61; 22; deserted Aug. 28, ‘61, Lynnfield. Gardner, William, priv., (F), Aug. 8, ‘61; 26; wounded Sept. 17, ‘62 and June 30, ‘62; disch. Oct. 27, ‘62 to re-en. in U. S.A. Garfield, Josiah, priv.,(K), Aug. 13, ‘61; 21; wounded May 10, ‘64 Spottsylvania; M. O. Aug. 28, ‘64. Gaston, George, priv., (E), Dec. 3, ‘64; 39; disch. June 10, ‘65. Gateley, Thomas, priv., (E), July 25, ‘61; 22; disch. disa. Dec. 26, ‘62 by order of Gen. Martindale. Gatz, George, priv., (C), Jan. 5, ‘65; 35; M. O. June 30, ‘65. Gaynor, Francis, priv., (D), July 24, ‘61; 34; died Feb. 24, ‘63. George, Willard K., priv., (F), Jan. 25, ‘62; 22; d
....................................... 291 Gahagin, Michael, .................................................... 291 Gaines' Mills, ........................................................ 84 Gainesville,......................................................... 273 Gallagher, John W.,.............................................. 291 Gamble, Robert J., .................................................... 329 Gardner, William,........................................ 106, 145, 193 Garfield, Joseph (K), ..............................................306, 323 Gately, James, ...................................................... 104 George, Wallace T., ................................................... 183 Georgetown, ......................................................... 122 Germania Ford, Va., .................................................. 275 Germantown, ........................................................ 122 Gettysburg, Pa., ........................
lf (250 A.) of the farm to Richard Gale. December 24, 1684, Jeremie Dummer, goldsmith of Boston (son of Richard), and Anna his wife, sold the other, West or S. W. half to Robert Harrington for £ 90. Bond. It is described as bounded W. by Joseph Garfield; N. by Richard Cutting, Widow Sarah Fiske, and said Garfield; E. by Abraham Gale and John Gale; S. by Charles River. This grant, by the General Court, was made to Oldham before the western boundary of Watertown was determined, and before Garfield; E. by Abraham Gale and John Gale; S. by Charles River. This grant, by the General Court, was made to Oldham before the western boundary of Watertown was determined, and before any grants had been made by the Freemen of the town, except the small lots at the Eastern end. October 15, 1635, a party of about sixty men, women and children set out for the Connecticut settlements, driving their cattle with them. They had a long and difficult journey. November 26, twelve of their number reached Boston after a ten days march, and the 10th of December the ship Rebecka brought back seventy more men and women who had wandered down to the mouth of the river in search of the v