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orth Carolina, North Carolina defenders; contused wound of upper part of left breast and neck; expectorating blood. Not much constitutional disturbance. 6. Logan Metts, aged 18, native of North Carolina, Lenoir braves; slight flesh-wound of middle third of left leg, external surface. 7. Wilson J. Forbes, aged 27, native of North Carolina, Jonesboroa Guards; lacerated wound about two and a half inches long and three inches deep, upper part of upper third of thigh, posterior surface. 8. Henry Hines, aged 25, native of North Carolina, Lenoir braves; severely lacerated wound, left side. 9. Ashley Keele, aged 25, native of North Carolina, Hamilton Guards; lacerated wound, left side. 10. John Mills, aged 18, native of North Carolina, Tar River boys; penetrating wound, produced by fragment of shell occupying posterior aspect of forearm, one and a half inches from beam process to outer side; joint perhaps implicated. 11. McGilbert Rogerson, native of North Carolina, Roanoke Guards; con
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Chapter 31: after the battle. (search)
eant Albert Damon. Sergeant William H. Hoyt. Private Michael O'Brien. Private James A. Coombs. Private George B. Ham. Private Michael Connolly. Co K. First Sergeant William A. McGinnis. Sergeant John W. Hayes. Sergeant Patrick Nolan. Corporal Joseph Libby. Corporal Samuel E. Viall. Private Patrick W. Harvey. Private Exor Oliver. Private Charles A. Newhall. Private Charles B. Newhall. Private Thomas J. Salisbury. missing: Co. C.Private William E. Northend. Co. D.Private Henry Hines. Private Charles McCarthy. Co. ECorporal Charles A. Johnson. Private John Doherty. Co. I.Private D. F. Reardon. Co. K.Sergeant Charles A. Rowe. Private A. J. Norwood. Recapitulation: Officers killed2 Officers wounded9 Men killed7 Men wounded51 Men missing8Total 77 Lieut. Donath was killed by a buckshot which entered his heart. When found, there was no blood upon his person, but when his clothing was opened, a little round hole was discovered in his side, showing w
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Chapter 38: the North Anna battles. (search)
eft hand, finger amputated. Corp. Joseph Patrick, Co. C, thigh, severe. Sergt. Joseph Burns, Co. K, right forearm. Corp. Edward Williams, Co. K, head. Corp. John W. Hayes, Co. K. left hand. Corp. Thomas J. Salisbury, Co. K, head. May 13th.Corp. George Lamb, Co. I. Corp. Cornelius Buckley, Co. A. Corp. George W. Rogers, Co. B. Corp. James Doyle, Co. I. May 18th.Corp. Carl Shock, Co. C. May 24th.Corp. J. H. Brown, Co. A, thigh, severe. Corp. John Cavanaugh, Co. D, left leg. Corp. Henry Hines, Co. D, right foot. Corp. Henry Perry, Co. E, ankle. Corp. Bartholomew Crowley, Co. G, severely, body. Corp. Benjamin F. Blaisdell, Co. G, severe, neck. June 3rd.Maj. Moncena Dunn, concussion, leg. Capt. Elisha A. Hinks, Co. C, leg and shoulder. Capt. Henry A. Hale, Co. B. Capt. William L. Palmer, Co. E. Priv. Peter Stillman, Co. A, thigh. Priv. Henry G. Jennings, Co. G, breast and leg. Priv. Loring Johnson, Co. A, left thigh, died June 5th, 1864. Priv. Patrick Donovan,
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Roster of the Nineteenth regiment Massachusetts Volunteers (search)
ch. has been denied. Hill, Wm. A., priv., (A), Feb. 19, ‘62; 21; M. O. expir. term; disch. as Capt. Sept. 27, ‘64. Hills, Chas. K., priv., (D), Feb. 10, ‘62; 21; re-en. Dec. 21, ‘63; disch. June 17, ‘65; pris. from June 22, ‘64 to June 2, ‘65. Hilton, Henry, priv., (B), Dec. 30, ‘64; 21; died of w'nds Apr. 22, ‘65, Washington, D. C. Hinds, Charles, priv., (H), July 26, ‘61; 22; disch. disa. Jan. 29, ‘62, Co. D. Hine, Jesse M., priv., band, Aug. 26, ‘61; 35; disch. Nov. 26, ‘61. Hines, Henry, priv., (D), July 25, ‘61; 18; abs. wounded May 24, ‘64; M. O. Aug. 28, ‘64. Hinks, Edward W., Col., (F & G), Aug. 3, ‘61; 31; wounded June 30, ‘62, Sept. 17, ‘62; disch. Mar. 22, ‘63; having tendered his resignation official army register U. S. Vols. prom. him to Brig. Gen. Nov. 29, ‘62; 2nd Lieut. 2 Cav. U. S.A. Apr. 26, ‘61; Lt. Col. 8th Mass. M. V.M. Apr. 30, ‘61; Col. May 16, ‘61; resigned corn. 2nd Lieut.—2 U. S. Cav. June 4, ‘61;
................45, 64, 151, 334, 196, 222, 241, 257, 261, 299 Hill, Joseph...................................................... 348 Hill, Thomas....................................................... 329 Hills, Charles K................................................... 286 Hillsboro, Va................................................... 156, 256 Hilton, Henry..................................................... 363 Hine, J. M.................................................. 43 Hines, Henry.................................................... 249, 324 Hinks, Edward W., 1, 4, 6, 7, 9, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20, 23, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 36, 37, 38, 41, 49, 50, 51, 53, 70, 78, 79, 82, 83, 93, 97, 106, 112, 114, 118, 121, 123, 126, 134, 135, 137, 138, 139, 140, 143, 147, 148, 191, 198, 201, 222, 296, 321 Hinks, Elisha A., 4, 50, 79, 112, 141, 144, 151, 163, 170, 187, 192, 198, 201, 261, 299, 319, 324, 334, 352 Hitchcock, Dr., Alfred,........................................
h. James A. Coony, ages 23, native of North Carolina--Tar Run Boys; wound in shoulder; quite serious — doing well. W. G. Andrews, of the Hamilton Guards — Lacerated wound in left ankle; serious. Mathias Tannager, aged 23, of the North Carolina Defenders — wound in breast; doing well. Logan Mills, aged 18, native of North Carolina--Lenoir Braves; slight flesh wound of leg. Wilson J. Forbes, aged 27, native of North Carolina--Jonesboro' Guards; lacerated wound. Henry Hines, a native of North Carolina, aged 25--Lenoir Braves; seriously lacerated wound in left side. Ashley Resle, aged 26, a native of North Carolina--Hamilton Guards; lacerated wound in left side. John Mills, aged 18, a native of North Carolina--Tar Run Boys — wound in arm produced by a fragment of shell. Mr. Gillett Rogerson, native of North Carolina--Roanoke Guards — contusion of right foot; considerable swelling, but no fracture. Francis Mooring, aged 51, a native of
of, Co. H, Wabash Co., Ind.; Chas. M. Gross, Co. G, Lafayette Co., Ind.; Geo. M. Parker, Co. E, Michigan city, Ind.; H. A. Unwrah, Co. C, Wanatah Co., Ind.; L. Ruff, Co. C, Lafayette Co., Ind.; Henry Pearsall, Co. I, Wanatah Co., Ind.; F. M. Glover, Co. D, Fountain Co., Ind.; John H. Hoffman, cook, Co. D, Fountain co., Ind.; Wm. Stickley, Co. C, Matshall co., Ind.; Eli Schnider, Co. E, Warsaw Co., Ind.; Paul Bernheart, Co. I, Chicago, Ill.; Geo. W. Gerbee, Colonel's boy, 15 years old, Lancaster, Pa.; Washington Probes, Co. D, Fountain Co., Ind.; Abraham Vanhorn, Co. H, Cook Co., Ill.; Nathan Brady, cook, Co. D, Baltimore, Ind.; Lucius L. Bennett, Co. H, Howard co, Ind.; Joseph Maddox, Co. F, Pulaski Co., Ind.; Christian Shrack, Co. H, Indianapolis, Ind.; James Clayton, Co. H., Marshall Co., Ind.; Henry Hines, 14 years old, Captain's boy, Lancaster, Pa.; John Berringer, Co. I, Cedar Lake, Ind.; John Drory, 13 years old, Co. I, Wabash, Ind.; Leonard H. Reily, Co. E, Laporte Co., Ind.