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Emilio, Luis F., History of the Fifty-Fourth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry , 1863-1865 52 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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wis, armorer, severely; George Clark, gunner, severely; Robert Greenleaf, seaman, severely; John Smith, boy, severely; Martin Winter, boatswain's mate, severely; John Brown, captain of maintop, slightly; John Conway, ship's corporal, slightly; George Higgins, seaman, slightly; Benjamin Rockwell, seaman, slightly; Wm. Pool, ordinary seaman, slightly; Henry Walters, ordinary seaman, slightly; Wm. Morgan, landsman, slightly; Thos. Kealy, landsman, slightly; Owen Campbell, landsman, slightly; Alfred Green, boy, slightly; Alfred Jackson, marine, slightly; James Bolin, seaman, slightly; James McCumiskey, seaman, slightly; Thomas Francis, ordinary seaman, slightly; Frank R. Harris, Third Assistant Engineer, slightly. Total, twenty-two. On the Pinola — Thomas Foster, ship's cook; Thomas Ford, landsman, severely; Thomas H. Jones and Henry Stakely, officers' cook, severely; William Ackworth, Quartermaster, slightly; Thomas L. Smith, coal-heaver, slightly; James A. Bassford, ordinary seaman,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), History of Lane's North Carolina brigade. (search)
, the following committee having been appointed to propose resolutions for the consideration of the meeting: Captain Wm. T. Nicholson, Company E; Captain D. L. Hudson, Company G; Captain A. J. Critcher, Company B; Sergeant J. M. Black, Company A; Private Rufus Holdaway, Company A; Sergeant H. D. Hagaman, Company B; Private P. W. Turnmine, Company B; Sergeant J. W. Alexander, Company C; Private J. W. Barnett, Company C; Private K. M. Hasty, Company D; Private K. M. Dees, Company D; Sergeant Alfred Green, Company E; Private James C. Coffy, Company E; Sergeant R. M. Staley, Company F; Corporal J. C. Duncan, Company F; Corporal C. C. Pool, Company G; Private A. Campbell, Company G; Sergeant J. J. Ormand, Company H; Sergeant R. B. Tucker, Company H; Sergeant J. C. Flow, Company I; Private D. L. McCord, Company I; Private D. H. Douglas, Company K; Private S. V. Box, Company K. Captain W. T. Nicholson, chairman of the committee, reported the following resolutions as recommended by all of
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), History of Lane's North Carolina brigade (search)
day, the following committee having been appointed to propose resolutions for the consideration of the meeting--Captain W. T. Nicholson, Company E; Captain D. L. Hudson, Company G; Captain A. J. Critcher, Company B; Sergeant J. M. Black, Company A; Private Rufus Holdaway, Company A; Sergeant H. D. Hagaman, Company B; Private P. W. Turnmire, Company B; Sergeant J. W. Alexander, Company C; Private J. W. Barnett, Company C; Private K. M. Hasty, Company D; Private K. M. Dees, Company D; Sergeant Alfred Green, Company E; Private James C. Coffy, Company E; Sergeant R. M. Staley, Company F; Corporal J. C. Duncan, Company F; Corporal C. C. Pool, Company G; Private A. Campbell, Company G; Sergeant J. J. Ormand, Company H; Sergeant R. B. Tucker, Company H; Sergeant J. C. Flow, Company I; Private D. L. McCord, Company I; Private D. H. Douglas, Company K; Private S. V. Box, Company K. Captain W. T. Nicholson, chairman of the committee, reported the following resolutions, as recommended by all
d to Black Island, where Captain Homans was in command; and the garrison there was increased toward the last of May by a portion of Company F, under Lieutenant Edmands. Then the Fifty-fourth held all the posts about Lighthouse Inlet. Our men at Green and Purviance in a short time became efficient artillerists, as had those of Company H. Both works on Lighthouse Inlet were frequently engaged with the lower James Island batteries about Secessionville, at long range. General Hatch, having cotop of Block House No. 1, placing an imitation gun in its hands. When morning broke, the Johnnies espied the supposed sentinel, and fired at him for half an hour, through which he seemed to bear a charmed life. When they opened, we replied from Green and Purviance. Lieutenant Swails, when commissioned, was placed on duty as an officer, but the application for his muster inaugurated a new struggle with the War Department. When the usual request was made, it was refused on account of Lieut
he island between the streams, and open a covering fire from there when all was ready. Then the gun having fired some half a dozen shells, the Fifty-fourth, led most gallantly by Lieutenant Reed, charged across the dike in single file, receiving the enemy's fire, but causing their precipitate retirement. In this charge Corp. Wm. H. Brown, of Company K, always conspicuous for bravery, was the first enlisted man to gain the farther bank. We sustained the loss of Privates Scott, Freeman, and Green, of Company H; Johnson and Jay, of Company B; and McCullar, of Company K,—all wounded. This last fight of the Fifty-fourth, and also one of the very last of the war, was well managed by Lieutenant-Colonel Hooper, when less discretion would have resulted in a repulse and heavy loss. The charge was a plucky affair under exceptionally adverse conditions. Our total regimental loss that day was one officer killed, one enlisted man killed, one mortally wounded, and twelve wounded: a total of
Emilio, Luis F., History of the Fifty-Fourth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry , 1863-1865, Roster of the Fifty-Fourth Massachusetts Infantry. (search)
gton 18 Feb 63; 20 Sep 65. $50. Pittsfield. Green, Joseph Henry 16, sin.; laborer; Boston 23 FebWagner ; ex. 4 Mch 65 Goldsboro, N. C. $50. Green, Alfred 26, mar.; farmer; Hollidaysburg, Pa. 1ose, Pa. 21 Mch 63; 20 Aug 65. $50. Boston. Green, Lewis C. 22, mar.; laborer; Philadelphia. 21ch 63; killed 20 Feb 64 Olustee, Fla. $50. Green, Peter 21, sin.; laborer; Montrose, Pa. 21 Mcht, S. C. Wounded 18 Jly 63 Ft. Wagner. $50. Green, Alexander F. 41, sin.; barber; Philadelphia. en. Hos. Beaufort S. C. Chr. Diarrhea. $325. Green, Amos B. 23, sin.; seaman; Sheeban, Pa. 17 Dec 63; 20 Aug 65. $325. Green, Franklin, 17, sin.; laborer; Harrisburg, Pa. 16 Mch 63.; 20 Aug 65. $50. Green, James W. 21, sin.; seaman; Sheeban, Pa. 17 Dec 63; died 30 Apl 64 Beaufort, S. C.-CApl 63; 18 Aug 64 Black Id. S. C; dis. $50. Green, George W. 18, sin.; laborer; Pittsfield. 17 189.33. Gibbs, William 3 Sep 64 $178.66. Green, Henry 27 Dec 64 $325. Green, John A. 29 Jl[7 more...]
ed died, and nothing further. Name in list of prisoners, June 13, 1864, at Charleston, S. C. Green, Alfred. Private, Co. B; exchanged, March 4, 1865, at Goldsboro, N. C.; returned to regiment, Jat Corporal Hardy of Company B was wounded, given by States, is confirmed by the statement of Alfred Green, another of the prisoners, who lived to be released. States' account of his capture is thaored prisoners, not wounded, were taken to Castle Pinckney; and in this he is corroborated by Alfred Green of Company B, also a prisoner, who says that he was taken there, locked up in a room with hisaptured July 15, 1863, at James Island, S. C. Corporal A. Williams, Co. Jesse Brown. Alfred Green. Cornelius Henson, Co. C. Nathaniel Hurley, Co. E. William Butler. George Mushroo parole ground where they were at the time. This we know to have been at Goldsboro, N. C. Alfred Green, of Co. B, also a Fifty-fourth prisoner, makes a more detailed statement of his experience an
54th Mass.; captured at James Island, July 14, 1863. George counsel. Co. B, 54th Mass.; captured at James Island, July 14, 1863. George Grant. Captured at Fort Wagner, July 18, 1863. Samuel Wilson. William Rigsly. Daniel States. George F. Prosser, Co. D. William Grover. Jefferson Ellis, Co. F. John Gray. Charles Stanton, Co. G. Sergeant Walter A. Jeffries. Co. H, captured July 15, 1863, at James Island, S. C. Corporal A. Williams, Co. Jesse Brown. Alfred Green. Cornelius Henson, Co. C. Nathaniel Hurley, Co. E. William Butler. George Mushroom. George Thomas. Solomon Anderson. H. Wm. H. Kirk, Co. H. Wm. H. Worthington, Co. H. John W. Dixon, Co. H, 54th Mass. James Caldwell. John Leatherman. Wm. H. Harrison. Joseph H. Proctor. Enos Smith. Fred Wallace. Isarael Williams. Sergeant Alfred Whiting. Co. I, captured at Fort Wagner, July 18, 1863. Stuart woods. Baltimore Smith. Joseph beard, Co. K. Se