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ompany D, in arm; William L. Wilson, company A, in leg; Jacob P. Jarrett, in head; G. W. Graves, in forehead. Seventeenth North-Carolina, (in Fort bar tow.)--James Green, severe, in shoulder; William Groves, severe, in thigh. Total, thirty-nine. Generally the wounds are very slight, and with few exceptions, are rapidly recov of Gen. Wise's command numbered about four hundred and fifty men. On the morning of the eighth, Major Fry, with four other companies of the First regiment, and Col. Green's battalion, were sent to the island. Three companies were retained at Nag's Head to prevent the enemy landing on the Roanoke Sound shore of the beach, and to that day and part of Sunday. Col. Shaw ordered a retreat early, and Col. Jordan's men were completely demoralized by his order to take care of themselves. Lieut.-Col. Green and Major Fry never got into action. Thus four hundred and fifty men of the Wise Legion and North-Carolina infantry, fought upwards of five thousand of th
Generals Williams, Augur, Gorman, Crawford, Prince, Green, and Geary, behaved with conspicuous gallantry. Aug right, that of Gen. Augur, the left and centre. Gen. Green, with his brigade, occupied the extreme left. Ge Generals Geary, Crawford, and Gordon. Just after Gen. Green had taken his position on the left, and at nearlyuns were heard upon the left in the direction of General Green's brigade. In a few moments, a line of fire brom distinguishing the enemy from their friends. Gen. Green's brigade, which occupied the extreme left, was erps famous. Gens. Geary, Augur, Carroll, Gordon and Green behaved with distinguished gallantry. Gen. Prince, fame of the other. Gens. Williams, Augur, Crawford, Green, Geary, Carroll, and Prince, of Banks's corps, have Craig, Robert Shemely, George Hort, John Seaman, Jas. Green, Chas. Woody, Samuel Jeffery, John Phares, Chas. honorable mention. Company K, First Missouri, Lieut. Green; honorable mention. Lieutenant Robinette, com
receive the commendation of his government. Generals Williams, Augur, Gorman, Crawford, Prince, Green, and Geary, behaved with conspicuous gallantry. Augur and Geary were severely wounded, and Prin. The division of Gen. Williams occupied the right, that of Gen. Augur, the left and centre. Gen. Green, with his brigade, occupied the extreme left. Gen. Prince stood next, then Generals Geary, Crawford, and Gordon. Just after Gen. Green had taken his position on the left, and at nearly half-past 4 o'clock, General Banks sent word to Gen. Pope that the enemy had made no demonstration upon him,he courier had but just started before the guns were heard upon the left in the direction of General Green's brigade. In a few moments, a line of fire belched forth from the mountain, and extendeds of the approaching evening prevented them from distinguishing the enemy from their friends. Gen. Green's brigade, which occupied the extreme left, was exposed to a terrible fire from two of their b
t and intrepid conduct throughout that action. He exposed himself as freely as any one under his command, and his example went far to secure that gallant and noble conduct which has made his corps famous. Gens. Geary, Augur, Carroll, Gordon and Green behaved with distinguished gallantry. Gen. Prince, who had led his brigade throughout the action with coolness and courage, was captured after dark while passing from one flank of his command to the other. As I have not received any report frome public estimation which they have earned by many gallant and heroic actions, and which renders it unnecessary for me to do aught except pay this tribute to the memory of one and to the rising fame of the other. Gens. Williams, Augur, Crawford, Green, Geary, Carroll, and Prince, of Banks's corps, have been already noticed for their gallant and distinguished conduct at Cedar Mountain. Generals King and Ricketts, of McDowell's corps, led their divisions throughout the operations with skill and
nis, Corporal David Zeck, Wm. H. Thomas, Thomas Batliff, Corp. Samuel Little, Owen Phillips, John Riprogle, Musician Upton Talhelm, Jacob Schulz, Corporal Joseph Dorep, Henry B. Smith, Alnut A. Frulghum, Corporal George Dunlap, Lafayette Larsh, Rufus Newman, John C. Kitselman, Cornelius Downs, John W. Voss, Frank Mackey, Joseph Holliday, Charles Cockayne, Henry Thilker, John Hall, Sergeant Chas. M. Scarce, Louis Shofer, Daniel Bennett, Lewis Craig, Robert Shemely, George Hort, John Seaman, Jas. Green, Chas. Woody, Samuel Jeffery, John Phares, Chas. Besselman, Philip I. Metzger, John Carrington, John S. Thornton, Isaac W. Baldwin, Jno. Rhoads, Wm. F. Price, Allen Stubbs, Wm. Preston, Ancil Dwoggins, Wm. J. H. Clark, Thos. Hudson, Albert Murdock, Corporal Chas. Fulghum, Sergt. Andrew J. McDowell, Geo. Jones, Addison Harrington, Jacob Emrick, Acting Sergt. Major Jas. Gaston, Geo. Parmer. Wounded of company A, in hospitals at Richmond, Ky.: George Anderson, in leg; Manoah Ratliff, in le
ot crippled or injured in the least, strange as it may appear, by our shells, which raked her decks. She is a stern-wheel steamer, of very light draught, and capable of carrying a regiment of troops. In this engagement every officer and man behaved in the most heroic manner. Capt. Flusser, of the Commodore Perry, Capt. Macdiarmid, of the Ceres, Captain Woodward, of the Shawsheen, have been through all the important battles in this department, and are now well known to the country. Lieut. Green, of company F, with a portion of the Zouaves, was on the Ceres, lending valuable assistance with his dashing followers all through the action. He was wounded in the leg, and was brought to the deck, where he lay during the remainder of the action, loading guns for his men, and speaking words of good cheer to them. The following are the names of the killed and wounded on board the Ceres: John H. Bridges, killed; Manuel Sylvia, seriously wounded in the chest; John J. Dennison, seriously
Squire, 11 Nov. 1703, and had William, b. 24 Nov. 1704; Josiah, b. 22 Oct. 1706; Jonathan, b. 8 July 1708, m. Hannah Gore of Roxbury 1731, d. in Camb., and his bro. Josiah of Newton was appointed adm. 18 Nov. 1751; Deborah, b. 6 Oct. 1712, m. James Green 20 Mar. 1733-4; Mary, b. 16 Jan. 1715-16, m. John Bowles of Roxbury 1735; John, b. 19 Jan. 1717-18, m. Esther Hovey of Brookline 7 Dec. 1739. By a second w. Mary Bayley (pub. 13 Oct. 1744), he had Thaddeus, bap. 28 Sept. 1746; Susanna, bap. joining, extending eastward of Hancock Street. Mr. Butler removed to Hartford, with Hooker, was a Deacon, and d. in 1684, leaving wife Elizabeth, and children, Thomas, Samuel, Nathaniel, Joseph, Daniel, Mary Wright, Elizabeth Olmstead, and Hannah Green. (Hinman.) 2. William, brother to Richard (1), owned house and one acre, in 1635, on the north side of Brattle Street near Brattle Square. He removed to Hartford, with Hooker, and d. in 1648 or 1649; had sisters, West and Winter. He appears t
Squire, 11 Nov. 1703, and had William, b. 24 Nov. 1704; Josiah, b. 22 Oct. 1706; Jonathan, b. 8 July 1708, m. Hannah Gore of Roxbury 1731, d. in Camb., and his bro. Josiah of Newton was appointed adm. 18 Nov. 1751; Deborah, b. 6 Oct. 1712, m. James Green 20 Mar. 1733-4; Mary, b. 16 Jan. 1715-16, m. John Bowles of Roxbury 1735; John, b. 19 Jan. 1717-18, m. Esther Hovey of Brookline 7 Dec. 1739. By a second w. Mary Bayley (pub. 13 Oct. 1744), he had Thaddeus, bap. 28 Sept. 1746; Susanna, bap. joining, extending eastward of Hancock Street. Mr. Butler removed to Hartford, with Hooker, was a Deacon, and d. in 1684, leaving wife Elizabeth, and children, Thomas, Samuel, Nathaniel, Joseph, Daniel, Mary Wright, Elizabeth Olmstead, and Hannah Green. (Hinman.) 2. William, brother to Richard (1), owned house and one acre, in 1635, on the north side of Brattle Street near Brattle Square. He removed to Hartford, with Hooker, and d. in 1648 or 1649; had sisters, West and Winter. He appears t
Rev. James K. Ewer , Company 3, Third Mass. Cav., Roster of the Third Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment in the war for the Union, Company A. (search)
Orleans, 25; farrier. May 28, 1862. Disch. May 17, 1865. William D. Pernin, Farrier, Lunenburg, 20,s; blacksmith. Nov. 20, 1861. Re.-en. Feb. 19, 1864. M. O. Sept. 28, 1865. Almado R. Smith, saddler, Readfield, Me., 25, s; harness-maker. Dec. 23, 1863. M. O. Sept. 28, 1865. Prior serv. Washington Allen, Cook, Port Hudson, 12. Aug. 30, 1863. Deserted July 29, 1865., Mt. Pleasant, Ks. Henderson Brown, Cook, en. Port Hudson, 26. Sept. 1, 1863. M. O. Sept. 28, 1865. James Green, Cook, Port Hudson, 30. Aug. 30, 1863. M. O. Sept. 28, 1865. George Washington, Cook, en. Port Hudson, 27. Aug. 30, 1863. Deserted 1865. Unof. Daniel Wiillams, Cook, en. Port Hudson, 19. Aug. 30, 1863. Died Nor. 29, 1863, Port Hudson. Unof. Eben C. Adams, New Bedford, 40, m; ship joiner. Aug. 21, 1862. Trans. to Navy July 31, 1864. Disch. Dec. 31, 1864, from R. S. at Boston. William Almy, New Bedford, 26, m; clerk. Aug. 25, 1862. Disch. May 20, 1863. Don Carlos Al
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
horse. Q. M. Sergeant J. H. Wilson, one horse. Sergeant J. E. Tindal, one horse. T. G. Reid, one horse. J. A. Nettles, one horse. Sergeant M. E. Haynesworth, one horse. Corporal C. Constein, C. W. Gayle, H. G. Scarborough, J. J. Green, J. H. Hayneworth, J. W. Hill. Privates. Axenn, Wm., Brown, J. T., Bollick, R. D., Brewer, Geo., Christmas, R., Campbell, W. A., Haynesworth, C. L., Land, C., McCullum, A. N., Hubbard, B., Huges, E., Murrer, W. N. Parker, J. Price, S. H. Ramy, T. S. Wamble. Co. D. 1st Sergeant W. R. Cox, 3d Sergeant J. F. Bates, 4th Sergeant S. W. Wallace, 5th Sergeant W. H. Lovett, 2d Corporal G. D. Roberts, Private D. Barton, B. G. Dye, J. J. Green, Private H. C. Harper, J. Martin, W. C. Quinny, T. E. Roberts, W. Sanders, E. Tarver, H. F. Wallace, J. K. Watkins. Co. E. Private J. P. Brady, W. J. Beavers, J. S. Benton, T. G. Gorman, Private J. M. Jones, J. N. Kendall, G.
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