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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore) 13 1 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 3 1 Browse Search
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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 53: operations of the West Gulf Squadron in the latter part of 1864, and in 1865.--joint operations in Mobile Bay by Rear-Admiral Thatcher and General Canby. (search)
ing-Assistant Paymaster, E. St. C. Clarke; Acting-Master, P. S. Borden; Acting-Ensigns, John Griffin and Wm. Barker; Acting-Master's Mate, Edward Culbert; Engineers: Second-Assistants, Samuel Gragg and James Entwistle; Acting-Third-Assistants, Nathan Brown, L. M. Reenstjerna and J. P. Somerby. Vincennes--Third-rate. Lieutenant-Commander, C. H. Greene; Assistant Surgeon, J. W. Newcomer; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, Samuel Jordan; Acting-Masters, A. E. Hunter and L. A. Brown; Acting-Ensign, Robert Henderson; Acting-Boatswain, John Smith; Acting-Gunner, Wm. Kneeland; Sailmaker, Geo. Thomas. Milwaukee--Fourth-rate. Lieutenant-Commander, James H. Gillis; Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant, F. John Grover; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, N. Brewster; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, G. S. Horne; Acting-Master, Geo. W. Garrison; Acting-Ensigns, N. T. Crocker, E. D. Springer, R. L. E. Coombs and J. W. Crocker; Acting-Master's Mates, Geo. H. Cole, T. W. Stuart and G. W. Perrigo; Engineers: First-Assi
is polluted by the tread of hostile armies. I will not impugn the patriotism and courage of my countrymen by supposing that any appeal, however eloquent, could so rouse them to energy and prompt action as this simple statement. But to the State Guard I must add a word. Now is your opportunity to wipe out every reproach that has been put upon you. You owe it not only to your duty as men and citizens, but to that solemn obligation of soldiers which you cannot forget without dishonor, to respond at once to this call. The State Guard will rendezvous as soon as possible at Louisville and report to me. The residue of the militia and such of the Home Guard as choose to volunteer will rendezvous as soon as possible at Louisville, Frankfort, Camp Dick Robinson, General Sherman's camp, New Haven, and Henderson. Come in battalions, regiments, companies, or come as individuals, and you shall be mustered into service under pay at once. T. L. Crittenden, Brig.-Gen. Ky. State Guard.
tant-General, Captain Everett, we saw the experienced American soldier, one worthy of aiding such a leader as chief of his staff. Without waiting for ceremony or introduction, accompanied by Col. Garrard, they rode over the position. The Thirty-third Indiana regiment, Col. Coburn, following at quick-step, was divided as it came to the brow of the hill, four companies filing by a narrow path to the Round Hill, while the greater part of the rest of the regiment, under the command of Lieut.-Colonel Henderson, was sent to occupy the first ridge, overlooking at once the river on the right and the camp on the left. Four hundred of the Seventeenth were already at work cutting timber for breastworks on the Winding Glades bluff, the rest lying along the road which connected it with the camp. Col. Woolford's Cavalry returned to the river to find forage and water, and encamp during the night. Monday morning at daybreak there was no sign of the enemy. From all that I could gather, he had r
Doc. 104. fight near Hodgesville, Ky., Cincinnati Gazette account. camp Indiana, October 25. early on the evening of the 23d instant, a company of fifty picked men, under command of Lieutenant Grayson, of the Indiana Sixth, left camp for the purpose of reconnoitring in the vicinity of Hodgesville, where it was reported a party of rebels had made repeated visits, committing depredations on the Union citizens of that place. Arriving at Hodgesville he learned from a Mr. Henderson that the rebels were encamped on a hill near a small place called Mud Run, some nine or ten miles further down the road. The whole party immediately set out for that place. After a fatiguing march of over three hours duration, through a drenching rain, and just as the gallant little band of Hoosiers were rounding a turn in the road, they suddenly came upon a party of rebels about one hundred and fifty strong, who immediately fired upon our boys that were in the advance, which consisted of Lieute
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 151. battle of little Blue, Mo. (search)
s horse, but as it jumped he was fired at, and a ball passed through the neck of the animal — not the man, unfortunately, though he fell. Col. Anthony was not wounded, though two balls struck his sabre, one passing through the handle, the other striking the sheath. It is certain, from a comparison of the different reports, that no less than thirty of the rebels were killed and many wounded. A large number of their horses were also killed. The following are the dead and wounded on our side: Company A--Killed, Robert Henderson, Corporal Eye, supposed to be killed; wounded and missing, Steve Stilwell,----Anderson, both of Doniphan County. Company B--Killed, Isaac Merrick, William Popjes; wounded, Fred. Kimball, William Bowman, Robert Barry, W. T. Johns, James A. Hunter, H. P. Swan, severely, all of Illinois. Company H--Killed, Wallace Holmes, of Linn County,----Johnson, of Leavenworth,----Dillon, Leavenworth,----Reese, orderly sergeant, and since reported wounded and a prisoner.
likewise report to you for duty The object of this expedition is twofold. In the first place, to drive back the enemy's pickets, which have recently advanced within four or five miles of our lines, (leaving a force of about seventy cavalry at Henderson's,) and carried off two good Union men and threatened others; and secondly, to procure a supply of forage. It has to-day been reported to me that there is a force of about one hundred cavalry lying between Dranesville and the river. This forcrigadier-General O. C. Ord, Commanding Third Brigade. General Ord's report. camp Pierpont, Va., December 21, 1861. sir: I have to report that, in obedience to the enclosed order I, at six A. M. yesterday, started toward Dickey's and Henderson's, about three miles this side of Dranesville, on the Leesburg pike, with my brigade, the First Rifles, Lieutenant-Colonel Kane, Easton's battery, and two squadrons of cavalry. I likewise heard that it was probable there was a respectable pick
the gallant repulse of last Tuesday by two companies of the Indiana Twelfth at this place, eight rebels were killed outright and twelve wounded. It will be recollected that the enemy had two small guns, and made an attack on our pickets there, who with their rifles compelled the former to beat a hasty retreat. This occurred at the time of the capture of Captain Williams and seven men, of the Twelfth Indiana. The attacking forces comprised detachments from Col. Ashby's command, under Captains Henderson, Mason, and Baylor. Your correspondent was kindly furnished with recent copies of the Virginia Republican, published at Martinsburg, and a Richmond Dispatch of the 18th inst., by private Peter Messner of the Indiana Twelfth, a Hungarian patriot and refugee. This man is always on the alert in watching the enemy's movements, and is spoken of by his superiors as possessing untiring vigilance. Mercersville, (on the river four miles below Dam No. 5,) Dec. 22, 1861. This little hamle
46th Infantry, M. V. M., in service of the U. S., Sept. 25, 1862. Discharged (disability), Jan. 24, 1863. Hedge, William. Corporal, 44th Infantry, M. V. M., in service of the U. S., Sept. 12, 1862. First Lieutenant, Jan. 15, 1863. Mustered out, June 18, 1863. Hemenway, William W. Second Lieutenant, 18th Battery Mass. Light Artillery, July 31, 1862. First Lieutenant, Feb. 25, 1863. Captain, June 4, 1861; not mustered. Mustered out, Sept. 2, 1864, as First Lieutenant. Henderson, Robert. Second Lieutenant, 1st Mass. Heavy Artillery, Mar. 11, 1863. Mustered out, July 31, 1865. Henderson, Robert B. Sergeant, 13th Mass. Infantry, July 20, 1861. Second Lieutenant, Jan. 10, 1863. First Lieutenant, Aug. 4, 1863. Mustered out, Aug. 1, 1864. Henfield, Amos. Second Lieutenant, 3d Mass. Cavalry, Oct. 4, 1862. Captain, Feb. 21, 1863. Resigned (disability), July 12, 1864. Henry, George Edmund. See Mass. Field Officers. Herbert, Thomas. Captain, 8th
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
William, 70 Heald, T. S., 293 Heard, J. T., 382, 421, 531 Heath, Benjamin, Jr., 70 Heath, C. E., 382 Heath, C. S., 293 Heath, F. A., 293 Heath, Henry, 293 Heath, Horace, 293 Heath, L. E., 70 Heath, M. C., 70 Heath, S. E., 70 Heath, W. H., 382 Hedge, C. C., 72 Hedge, C. D., 72 Hedge, William, 293 Heilge, C. C., 72 Heintzelman, R. B., 382 Hemenway, W. W., 293 Hempstead, H. E., 394 Hendee, G. C., 72 Henderson, A. D., 72 Henderson, M. K., 72 Henderson, R. B., 293 Henderson, Robert, 293 Henfield, Amos, 293 Henriques, F. D., 72 Henry, G. E., 215, 293, 531 Henry, G. V., 183, 216, 421, 498, 531 Henry, James, 72 Hepworth, G. H., 394, 490, 607, 658 Herbert, G. D., 469 Herbert, Thomas, 293 Herbert, W. H., 72 Herchenroder, John, 293 Herrick, D. W., 293 Herrick, T. W., 490 Hersey, J. W., 658 Hersey, Reuben, 582 Hervey, J. W., 293 Hervey, O. P., 421 Hervey, S. C., 293 Hewes, J. D., 72 Hewins, W. G., 293 Heymer, J. C., 293 Heyward, H. B., 573 Heywood,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
, Thos. Dowlin, J. E. Gay, Private J. B. Herndon, J. H. Lucas, T. A. Ship. Co. I. Private J. S. Poland, B. Brooks, Private H. Terry. [52] Co. K. Private B. F. Maloney. Geo. Cullen, Capt. Commanding. Thirty-First Virginia Infantry. Field and Staff. J. Ed. Hall, Acting Adj't. Non-Commissioned Staff. Quarter-Master Sergeant John O. Perry, Com. Sergeant Samuel J. Blankensop, Ord. Sergeant Martin V. Stewart, Co. A. 1st Sergeant Sam. Rutherford, Sergeant Robt. Henderson, A. Ely Hoffman, Private Theo. Davis, Wm. L. Morgan, Private David O. Morgan, Jos. W. Ness, Jno. Rex, Wm. Roberts. Co. B. Sergeant Jeremiah H. Helmes, Private Peter H. Hussman, Jas. R. Hitchlin, Jas. W. Helmes, Jarrett M. Malcom, Private Martin W. Malcolm, Sol. J. McDaniel, Sam. A. Ralston, Geo. W. Sheffer, Jas. A. Stewart. Co. C. Private Benj. F. Corder, David Slocum, Musician Jos. L. West. Co. D. Sergeant Wm. W. Snider, Private Frank Greenleaf, Pr
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