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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Mass. officers and men who died. 6 0 Browse Search
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de from Massachusetts who fell in the Civil War. General Sedgwick writes, The 19th Mass. (Colonel Hincks) was the first to arrive, and scarcely pausing to draw, gallantly dashed at the enemy. Colonel Sully, brigade commander, says that Lieut.-Col. J. W. Kimball commanded his regiment (the 15th) with great coolness and bravery. Gens. S. P. Heintzelman and C. Grover especially compliment the 1st and 16th Mass. Maj. D. S. Lamson, commanding the 16th after the death of Colonel Wyman, compliments e woods about Dunker Church, Sept. 17, 1862 (Antietam), bearing not only its own but a Confederate color, but which now, a mere handful, was captured almost entire, with its tattered flag. Walker, 2d Army Corps, p. 547. In this disaster Capt. Joseph W. Kimball, 1st Mass. Infantry, lost his life, and on the day following Col. Wm. Blaisdell, 11th Mass. Infantry, who had distinguished himself at Cold Harbor, and indeed everywhere else, was killed on the skirmish line; his brevet as brigadier-gen