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ant Grace was often insulted by such remarks as, There goes the captain of the Negro Company! He thinks the negroes will fight! They will turn and run at the first sight of the enemy! His little son was scoffed at in school because his father was raising a negro company to fight the white men. Previous to departure, the New Bedford recruits and their friends gathered for a farewell meeting. William Berry presided; prayer was offered by Rev. Mr. Grimes; and remarks were made by Lieutenant-Colonel Hallowell, Lieutenant Grace, C. B. H. Fessenden, Ezra Wilson, Rev. Mr. Kelly, Wesley Furlong, and Dr. Bayne. A collation at A. Taylor and Company's followed. Temporarily the recruits took the name of Morgan Guards, in recognition of kindnesses from S. Griffiths Morgan. At camp the New Bedford men,—some seventy-five in number,—with others from that place and elsewhere, became Company C, the representative Massachusetts company. Only one other commissioned officer is known to the writer
Emilio, Luis F., History of the Fifty-Fourth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry , 1863-1865, Chapter 5: the greater assault on Wagner. (search)
replying, he requested Adjutant James to return and have Lieutenant-Colonel Hallowell bring up the Fifty-fourth. Adjutant James, who relates td, he galloped away, overtook the regiment, and informed Lieutenant-Colonel Hallowell of what the Fifty-fourth was expected to do. The directi to the right, advancing east toward the sea. By orders, Lieutenant-Colonel Hallowell broke the column at the sixth company, and led the compag.KCIAB ————— left wing.HFGDE ————— Colonel Shaw, Lieutenant-Colonel Hallowell, Adjutant James, seven captains, and twelve lieutenants,or two moved nervously, calling out a sharp reproof from Lieutenant-Colonel Hallowell, whom the men still spoke of as the major. Thereupon onty-fourth. About this time, Colonel Shaw walked back to Lieutenant-Colonel Hallowell, and said, I shall go in advance with the National flag. from the defile to the fort many brave men had fallen. Lieutenant-Colonel Hallowell was severely wounded in the groin, Captain
ourt-martialled, and, by General Foster's order, dishonorably dismissed. Colonel Hallowell returned on the 16th, bringing assurances that the men would soon be paidd full pay from enlistment in accordance with the foregoing regulations. Colonel Hallowell made the first effective muster for pay of the regiment on the 31st. As the Fifty-fourth was assigned to guard this prison camp. On September 7, Colonel Hallowell, with Companies D, E, G, and K marched to the landing, where the steamer drums. Still another change of post commander occurred on the 19th, when Colonel Hallowell relieved Colonel Van Wyck, who went North temporarily. General Foster,ster while Lieutenant Ritchie was away. Thanksgiving Day, November 24, Colonel Hallowell assembled the regiment and conducted proper services. Afterward there weo be prepared for moving at short notice. When the departure took place, Colonel Hallowell remained in command of Morris Island with Captain Walton and Lieutenant D
at six thousand. Our train was very large, for besides innumerable vehicles, five hundred horses and mules were secured, of which number the Fifty-fourth turned in one hundred and sixty. Having taken possession of the old camp, the regiment rested. By the 28th troops began to depart for other posts. A tragedy occurred in the Fifty-fourth, on the 30th, when Private Samuel J. Benton shot and killed Corp. Wm. Wilson, of Company A, in a private quarrel. Benton was tried and sentenced to imprisonment, serving time until December, 1865, when he was pardoned. Orders came for the Fifty-fourth to report at Charleston, when transportation could be furnished. Captain Bridge, with Companies A, F, and H, embarked on the steamer Island City, May 4, and sailed, accompanied by Colonel Hallowell, in the morning. Lieutenant-Colonel Hooper, with Companies D, E, G, and K, sailed on the same steamer, May 6th; and the next day Major Pope, with Companies B, C, and I, followed on the Loyalist.
al redoubts made by the Confederates. Colonel Hallowell was placed in charge of what was known ace with Department orders issued May 29, Colonel Hallowell, Colonel Gurney, One Hundred and Twenty-oled near Wilmington, N. C., on March 4. Colonel Hallowell's command was broken up June 5; the Fift Colored Troops remaining brigaded under Colonel Hallowell until the 10th. Our regiment was ordereny I remaining at St. Andrew's Parish. Colonel Hallowell took command of his regiment on the 10th commissions for some reason destroyed. Colonel Hallowell, determined that the precedent establishreported for duty as assistant-surgeon. Colonel Hallowell was brevetted brigadier-general. Majore field. August 21, at night, Brevet Brigadier-General Hallowell, with the right wing, embarked o from line into a hollow square, Brevet Brigadier-General Hallowell called his officers around him, s address repeated cheers were given for General Hallowell. Then the square was reduced, and some
Emilio, Luis F., History of the Fifty-Fourth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry , 1863-1865, Roster of the Fifty-Fourth Massachusetts Infantry. (search)
Major 31 Mch 63, must. 11 Apl; Col 17 Apl 63, must. 13 May. Killed 18 Jly 63 Ft. Wagner. Other service:—Co. F 7th N. Y. Nat. Guard. 19 Apl 61; 2d Lt 2d Mass. 25 May 61; 1st Lt 8 Jly 62; Capt 10 Aug 62. A. D. C. to Gen. George H. Gordon. Hallowell, Edward Needles; Colonel. 3 Nov 36 Philadelphia; single; merchant; Medford. Capt Co. B 6 Mch 63, must. 30 Mch; Major 17 Apl 63, must. 13 May; Lt. Col. 31 May 63, must. 31 Jly; Col. 18 Jly 63, must. 1 Sep; Bvt. Brig Gen. U. S. Vols. 27 Je J. T. Dana. Commanded Post of Morris Id. S. C., the city of Jacksonville, Fla., Defences of Charleston; 3rd Brig. 1st Div. 10th Army Corps; 2nd Brig. Coast Div. Dept. So. and a Brigade in Potter's Raid. Died 26 Jly 71 West Medford, Mass. Hallowell, Norwood Penrose; Lieut. Col. 13 Apl 39 Philadelphia; single; student; Cambridge. Lt. Col. 17 Apl 63, must. 24 Apl. Discharged 30 May 63 for promotion. Other service:—1st Lt 20th Mass. 10 Jly 61; Capt 26 Nov 61. Colonel 55th Mass 30 May 63.