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t distinguished themselves were Ricketts' and Griffin's regular field-batteries. About half-pasty General McDowell sent forward Ricketts' and Griffin's regular batteries. The former planted theie Confederates for the last time. courage. Griffin's battery took its place alongside. There welly occupied with the Confederate artillery. Griffin, absorbed in the fire of his guns against thee blow when ordnance was so precious. General Griffin, who led the first light battery into Washington Major-General Charles Griffin stands in the center of his staff officers of the Fifth Artary Academy at West Point, directed Lieutenant Charles Griffin, then of the Second Artillery and in the City of Washington in 1861, with Captain Charles Griffin, and Lieutenants Henry C. Symonds andh Anna, Cold Harbor, Weldon, Appomattox. General Griffin commanded the artillery at Malvern Hill, the Confederates at the First Bull Run, from Griffin's Battery, D of the Fifth United States Artil[1 more...]