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, seaman, contusion of thorax and abdomen; Thos. Spencer, seaman, wounded in elbow, slightly; Thomas Jackson, seaman, wounded in leg, slightly; Albert Mowry, seaman, wounded in knee, slightly; Jas. Blaisdale, seaman, wounded in hand, slightly; Geo. Holmes, seaman, contusion of shoulder, slightly; J. T. Blatchford, ensign, wounded in leg, severely; Walter Williams, seaman, killed. W. D. Hoffman, A. A. Surgeon. Report of Lieutenant Commanding Walker. United States Mississippi Squadron, ly two or three hundred yards, every shell, without being able to return a shot. This stand was made not because we expected to be enabled, unassisted, to hold our position, but because we were hourly expected reenforcements, and because Lieut.-Gen. Holmes had telegraphed Brig.-General Churchill, commanding, to hold the position until all should be dead. We have fought the whole Vicksburgh expedition, and we are now all prisoners of war; but not willingly, nor of our consent. We have been
A Roster of General Officers , Heads of Departments, Senators, Representatives , Military Organizations, &c., &c., in Confederate Service during the War between the States. (ed. Charles C. Jones, Jr. Late Lieut. Colonel of Artillery, C. S. A.), List of officers of the Confederate States Marine corps, January 1, 1864. (search)
ginia. Adjutant, with rank of MajorIsrael GreeneNew York VirginiaJune 19, 1861.June 19, 1861.Headquarters. Quartermaster, with the rank of MajorA. S. TaylorVirginia VirginiaDec. 3, 1861.Dec. 4, 1861.Richmond, Virginia. CaptainJohn D. SimmsVirginia VirginiaJuly 15, 1861.July 15, 1861.Drewry's Bluff. CaptainJ. R. F. TattnallConnecticut GeorgiaJan. 22, 1862.Jan. 22, 1862.Savannah, Georgia. CaptainAndrew J. HaysAlabama AlabamaMarch 29, 1861.March 29, 1861.With Army of Tennessee. CaptainGeorge HolmesMaine FloridaMarch 29, 1861.March 29, 1861.Drewry's Bluff. CaptainR. T. ThomVirginia AlabamaMarch 25, 1861.March 25, 1861.With Army at Mobile. CaptainA. C. Van BenthuysenLouisiana LouisianaMarch 30, 1861.March 30, 1861.  CaptainJ. E. MeiereConnecticut MarylandMay 8, 1861.Dec. 5, 1861.Mobile, Alabama. CaptainThomas S. WilsonTennessee MissouriJan. 24, 1862.Oct. 10, 1862.Drewry's Bluff. First LieutenantC. L. SayreAlabama AlabamaMarch 29, 1861.March 29, 1861.With Army at Mobile. First L
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Mass. officers and men who died., Addenda: list of Massachusetts Officers and Soldiers who died of Wounds. (search)
Leroy,34th Mass. Inf.,– –On hospital transport, April 3, 1865. Hetler, Adam,16th Mass. Inf.,Bull Run (2d), Va., Aug. 29, 1862.Oct. 2, 1862. Hill, Andrew,18th Mass. Inf.,Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862.Jan. 31, 1863. Hill, William, Corp.,7th Mass. Inf.,Wilderness, Va., May 5, 1864.Wilderness, Va., May 7, 1864. Hinchcliffe, William,53d Mass. Inf.,May 25, 1863,Port Hudson, La., May 29, 1863. Holland, James,59th Mass. Inf.,– –Field Hospital, 1st Div., 9th Army Corps, June 21, 1864. Holmes, George,54th Mass. Inf.,Fort Wagner, S. C., July 18, 1863.General Hospital, S. C., Aug. 14, 1863. Holmes, Otis W., Capt.,36th Mass. Inf.,Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.Harewood Gen. Hosp., Washington, D. C., June 23, 1864. Hosmer, Charles A.,21st Mass. Inf.,Chantilly, Va., Sept. 1, 1862.– – Howes, George, Corp.,31st Mass. Inf.,Yellow Bayou, La., May 18, 1864.New Orleans, La., May 23, 1864. Hunt, Charles,3d Mass. Cav.,– –New Orleans, La., May 20, 1864. Johnson, Joseph,54th Mass. Inf
Leroy,34th Mass. Inf.,– –On hospital transport, April 3, 1865. Hetler, Adam,16th Mass. Inf.,Bull Run (2d), Va., Aug. 29, 1862.Oct. 2, 1862. Hill, Andrew,18th Mass. Inf.,Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862.Jan. 31, 1863. Hill, William, Corp.,7th Mass. Inf.,Wilderness, Va., May 5, 1864.Wilderness, Va., May 7, 1864. Hinchcliffe, William,53d Mass. Inf.,May 25, 1863,Port Hudson, La., May 29, 1863. Holland, James,59th Mass. Inf.,– –Field Hospital, 1st Div., 9th Army Corps, June 21, 1864. Holmes, George,54th Mass. Inf.,Fort Wagner, S. C., July 18, 1863.General Hospital, S. C., Aug. 14, 1863. Holmes, Otis W., Capt.,36th Mass. Inf.,Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.Harewood Gen. Hosp., Washington, D. C., June 23, 1864. Hosmer, Charles A.,21st Mass. Inf.,Chantilly, Va., Sept. 1, 1862.– – Howes, George, Corp.,31st Mass. Inf.,Yellow Bayou, La., May 18, 1864.New Orleans, La., May 23, 1864. Hunt, Charles,3d Mass. Cav.,– –New Orleans, La., May 20, 1864. Johnson, Joseph,54th Mass. Inf
Holden, Levi, 524 Holden, Patrick, 524 Holien, Brien, 524 Holien, Patrick, 375 Holland, Daniel, 375 Holland, James, 492 Holland, Patrick, 524 Holland, Thomas, 524 Holland, William, 79, 375 Hollenbeck, Grosvenor, 562 Hollighan, William. 375 Hollis, Al, 375 Hollis, H. S., 461 Hollister, E. P., 65, 66 Holloway, C. M., 375 Holman, Orlando, 375 Holman, W. E., 375 Holmes, A. C., 375 Holmes, C. C., 148, 149, 327 Holmes, Edward, 375 Holmes, Frederick, 375 Holmes, G. E., 525 Holmes, George, 492 Holmes, J. W., 151 Holmes, L. T., 375 Holmes, Leonard, 525 Holmes, Lyman, 525 Holmes, M. P., 375 Holmes, O. D., 375 Holmes, O. W., 492 Holohan, Michael, 461 Holt, A. A., 375 Holt, E. R., 525 Holt, F. E., 525 Holt, J. A., 375 Holt, W. J., 375 Holt, W. T., 525 Homan, Conrad, 129 Home, James, 376 Homer, W. W., 461 Honewell, T., 525 Honnuse, Frederick, 461 Hood, F. A., 462 Hood, J. B., 107 Hood, T. J., 376 Hooker, Joseph, XIV, 51, 53, 54, 56, 69, 75, 91, 92, 93, 9
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
L. Stanton, Lieutenant J. P. Claybrook, John R. Chisman, Master's-mate, Lieutenant M. G. Porter, Lieutenant R. J. Bowen, Lieutenant W. W. Roberts, Lieutenant J. W. Matterson, Midshipman W. F. Nelson, Lieutenant M. M. Benton, Master's mate S. G. Turner, Lieutenant W. F. Shum, Lieutenant T. C. Pinkney, Captain T. B. Ball, Lieutenant H. Ward, Midshipman B. S. Johnson, Midshipman F. L. Place, Lieutenant D. Trigg, Midshipman T. Berein, Midshipmen C. Myers, J. M. Gardner. Marine Corps.—Captain George Holmes, Captain T. S. Wilson, Lieutenant F. McKee, Lieutenant A. S. Berry, Lieutenant T. P. Gwinn. Army Officers.—Lieutenant-General Ewell, General Corse, General Barton, General Hunton, General J. P. Semmes, General Du Bose, General Custis Lee, General Kershaw and staff, Colonel C. C. Sanders, 24th Georgia; Lieutenant-Colonel J. C. Timberlake, 53rd Virginia; Lieutenant N. S. Hutchins, 3rd Georgia; Lieutenant-Colonel Hamilton Phil, Georgia Legion; Major J. M. Goggin, Major E. L. Caston,
to vote of the Town past 13 May 1812 at $6.50, $130.00. The bill for the same quantity in 1809 was $114.00. Opposite Blanchard's Hotel on Main street, just south of the land taken in recent years by the Metropolitan Park Commission, was a town well, used principally for watering cattle. The trough was at the edge of the sidewalk. July 1, 1811, Voted to have a new pump placed in the Town's well on the south side of the river near the house of Timothy Symmes, and a good trough fixed to the same. August 5, 1811, Voted to pass Samuel Townsend's acct. for a pump in the well opposite the Hotel. $11.71. A permit was granted to Jonathan Porter to build a powder house, May 12, 1806. The structure is standing on the premises of Charles M. Green, M. D., Powder House Road. It is of brick, with small apertures for air, and a heavy wooden door. Standing Committee of the Brooks Phalanx, January 1st, 1844: Eben Waterman, David Carlton, B. H. Samson, W. B. Thomas, George Holmes.