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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1: prelminary narrative 2 2 Browse Search
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,G Sergeant Willard A. Hussey,H Private John Battles,H Private John Higgins,H Private Paul Jessemaughn,H Private William F. Kavanagh,H Private John Welch,H Private John Wilson,H Sergeant Samuel Ryan,I 31st Massachusetts. Captain Edward P. Hollister,A Captain Samuel D. Hovey,K Lieutenant Luther C. Howell (Adjutant) Lieutenant James M. Stewart,A Private Chester Bevins,A Private Patrick Carnes,A Private Frank Fitch,A Private William Thorington,A Private Peter Valun,A Privat that the storming column had been organized into two battalions, one of ten and one of eight companies, each with captain and lieutenants and about fifty men. The senior and junior majors of the 1st battalion were Massachusetts officers, Capts. E. P. Hollister and S. D. Hovey (both of 31st Mass. Infantry). The commander of the 6th company, 1st battalion, was Lieut. L. C. Howell, adjutant of the 31st Mass. Infantry; while the 10th company was commanded by Capt. E. A. Fiske (30th Mass. Infantry),