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e man's leg, who fell down in endeavoring to dodge a ball which rolled over his leg, and a slight scratch on another's face from the explosion of a shell. During the shelling a great portion of the Georgia forces retired back to the enemy's vacated camp, and finally the balance succeeded in embarking on board our steamers, which had now got in the neighborhood. They embarked their two howitzers with them, on board the Curlew, from that point. The Cotton Plant, under orders from Corn. Lynch, now ran up the Chicamacomico, and took on board the entire forces which had got back to that point, together with the enemy's entire camp equipage, consisting of three hundred tents, carriage boxes, haversacks, canteens, cooking utensils, provisions, etc., together with their private wardrobe, which they were in too great haste to take with them. The entire expedition then returned to Roanoke Island, where they arrived on Sunday night at twelve o'clock. The Day Book gives the following
dying in the attempt. The charge was made, the centre of Walker's regiment, Captain Stokes' position, facing the centre of the Iowa regiment. As the two columns came within a few yards of each other, young Vollmer and a young man by the name of Lynch both made a rush for the colors, but Vollmer's bayonet first pierced the breast of the color-bearer, and, grasping the flag, he waved it over his head in triumph. At this moment he and Lynch were both shot dead, and as Vollmer fell, emulating thLynch were both shot dead, and as Vollmer fell, emulating the ardor of these chivalrous young men, Captain J. Welby Armstrong stepped forth to capture the colors, when he also fell, grasping the flagstaff. These colors are now at General Pillow's office. The loss of Russell's brigade is as follows:--Second regiment, 18 killed, 64 wounded, 33 missing. Thirteenth regiment, 28 killed, 70 wounded, 48 missing. Fifteenth regiment, 10 killed, 10 wounded, and 4 missing--making a total of 56 killed, 147 wounded, and 85 missing. A steamer, bearing a flag o
dying in the attempt. The charge was made, the centre of Walker's regiment, Captain Stokes' position, facing the centre of the Iowa regiment. As the two columns came within a few yards of each other, young Vollmer and a young man by the name of Lynch both made a rush for the colors, but Vollmer's bayonet first pierced the breast of the color-bearer, and, grasping the flag, he waved it over his head in triumph. At this moment he and Lynch were both shot dead, and as Vollmer fell, emulating thLynch were both shot dead, and as Vollmer fell, emulating the ardor of these chivalrous young men, Captain J. Welby Armstrong stepped forth to capture the colors, when he also fell, grasping the flagstaff. These colors are now at General Pillow's office. The loss of Russell's brigade is as follows:--Second regiment, 18 killed, 64 wounded, 33 missing. Thirteenth regiment, 28 killed, 70 wounded, 48 missing. Fifteenth regiment, 10 killed, 10 wounded, and 4 missing--making a total of 56 killed, 147 wounded, and 85 missing. A steamer, bearing a flag o
Moushaur, James Freel, Co. E; Private William Thompson, Co. E; Sergeants J. Hamilton, C. H. Snyder, Theo. Hastings, Co. F; Corporals J. E. Turk, S. Quail, Co. F; Privates C. W. Baker, S. Birch, Co. F; Sergeants J. S. Reed, J. H. McMunn, A. McCord, Co. G; Corporal J. F. Smith, Co. G; Privates J. Zeigler, W. C. Torrence, D. F. Blood, Co. G; Sergeants W. H. Blanchard, T. Marshall, Co. H; Corporals W. H. Fulton, R. Lemon, Co. H; Privates William Broad, S. Veon, Co. H; Sergeants E. Milliken, William Lynch, W. Foral, Co. I; Corporals H. Stewart, C. B. Young, Co. I; Private J. T. Morgan, Co. I; Sergeant J. Hiekert, Co. K; Corporals S. Grenet, A. Robinson, Co. K; Privates J. Shaw, William Leogan, G. Haslett, M. White, Co. K. The report of distinguished officers, by Lieut.-Col, Thomas L. Kane, First Pennsylvania Rifles, is herewith appended. I cannot find words with which to express in sufficiently strong terms my desire that every officer named in this report as engaged should be rewarde
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Mass. officers and men who died., List of Massachusetts officers and soldiers who died of wounds. (search)
e 30, 1862.Nelson's Farm, Va., July 4, 1862. Luke, William H.,1st Mass. Inf.,Manassas, Va., Aug. 29, 1862.Manassas, Va., Sept. 13, 1862. Lyman, Edward, Corp.,16th Mass. Inf.,May 3, 1863,Falmouth, Va., June 7, 1863. Lynch, Martin,9th Mass. Inf.,Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862.Washington, D. C., Dec. 31, 1863. Lynch, Michael,9th Mass. Inf.,– –Near Falmouth, Va., Dec. 31, 1862. Lynch, Thomas,28th Mass. Inf.,Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862.Near Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 19, 1862. Lynch, William, Corp.,28th Mass. Inf.,Sept. 17, 1862,Near Falmouth, Va., Jan. 3, 1863. Lyon, James A.,38th Mass. Inf.,Bisland, La., April 13, 1863.Berwick City, La., April 17, 1863. McBridge, Martin,15th Mass. Inf.,– –April 27, 1862. McCarthy, Timothy F., Corp.,32d Mass. Inf.,– –Laurel Hill, Va., May 12, 1864. McCarty, Patrick,16th Mass. Inf.,– –Glendale, Va., June 30, 1862. McClarence, Francis,20th Mass. Inf.,– –Gettysburg, Pa., July 20, 1863. McClellan, Horatio W., Corp.,27th Mass.
e 30, 1862.Nelson's Farm, Va., July 4, 1862. Luke, William H.,1st Mass. Inf.,Manassas, Va., Aug. 29, 1862.Manassas, Va., Sept. 13, 1862. Lyman, Edward, Corp.,16th Mass. Inf.,May 3, 1863,Falmouth, Va., June 7, 1863. Lynch, Martin,9th Mass. Inf.,Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862.Washington, D. C., Dec. 31, 1863. Lynch, Michael,9th Mass. Inf.,– –Near Falmouth, Va., Dec. 31, 1862. Lynch, Thomas,28th Mass. Inf.,Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862.Near Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 19, 1862. Lynch, William, Corp.,28th Mass. Inf.,Sept. 17, 1862,Near Falmouth, Va., Jan. 3, 1863. Lyon, James A.,38th Mass. Inf.,Bisland, La., April 13, 1863.Berwick City, La., April 17, 1863. McBridge, Martin,15th Mass. Inf.,– –April 27, 1862. McCarthy, Timothy F., Corp.,32d Mass. Inf.,– –Laurel Hill, Va., May 12, 1864. McCarty, Patrick,16th Mass. Inf.,– –Glendale, Va., June 30, 1862. McClarence, Francis,20th Mass. Inf.,– –Gettysburg, Pa., July 20, 1863. McClellan, Horatio W., Corp.,27th Mass.
Lumerzette, Frank, 531 Lunt, R. K., 388 Lunt, T. P., 388 Lunt, W. H., 388 Lunton, J. C., 388 Luther, J. S., 388 Luzarder, J. M., 388 Lyle, J. M., 325 Lyman, D. W., 388 Lyman, Edward, 467 Lyman, G. H., 17 Lyman, J. B., Jr., 388 Lyman, Luke, 246 Lyman, William, 388 Lynch, A. L., 125 Lynch, Jeremiah, 531 Lynch, John, 16th Mass. Inf., 388 Lynch, John, 56th Mass. Inf., 531 Lynch, Martin, 467 Lynch, Maurice, 388 Lynch, Michael, 467 Lynch, T. C., 531 Lynch, Thomas, 467 Lynch, William, 467 Lynde, L. F., 20 Lynell, Shubael, 531 Lynshey, Dennis, 532 Lyon, C. H., 388 Lyon, E. V., 493 Lyon, J. A., 467 Lyon, M. E., 388 Lyons, Ebenezer, 532 Lyons, Martin, 388 Lysingen, G. W., 532 M. McAllister, George, 532 McAllister, J., 532 McAllister, Robert, 119, 128 McAlpin, Francis, 388 McAndrews, Edward, 388 McAndrews, John, 388 Macarthur, Arthur, Jr., 105 McAuley, Daniel, 388 McBrian, William, 388 McBridge, Martin, 467 McCabe, Thomas, 2d., 388 McCabe
64. 47*Edward LennonD21Aug. 30, 1861; trans. to 11th Inf. July 11, 1864. 55John J. HaganF17July 12, 1861; dis. June 26, 1863, disa. 56Thomas O'LearyF31July 12, 1861, to July 27, 1864. Seventeenth Regiment Infantry. (three Years.) Name.Co.Age.Term of service. 57Algernon S. Nichols, hos.stew.18March 4, 1866, to July 11, 1865. 57*Algernon S. NicholsC18Dec. 26, 1863; hos. stew. Mar. 4, 1865. Nineteenth Regiment Infantry. (three Years.) Name.Co.Age.Term of service. 58William LynchD30July 26, 1861, to Aug. 28, 1864. 59Thomas J. KeoughG19Jan. 9, 1865, to July 14, 1866. 60John PayneG40Jan. 9, 1865, to June 30, 1866. 61James Clarkunas'drecruit37April 19, 1864; sent by mistake to 28th Inf. April 24, 1864. 62Daniel W. Folgerunassignedrecruit25Apr. 18, 1864; trans. June 1864, to navy. 63Norman Johnsonunassignedrecruit23April 22, 1864; died April 23, 1864, at Gallop's Island, B. H. 64Seth M. Staplesunassignedrecruit18April 4, 1864; dis. Apr. 21, 1864, disa.
222, 225, 230, 234, 235, 237, 240, 246, 247, 249, 250, 251, 259 262, 263, 265, 267, 268-74, 277, 280, 281, 283, 284, 295, 296, 298, 299-301, 303, 304, 307, 311,313, 315, 316, 321, 322, 328, 330, 349 Lombard, 217, 274 Lopos, 274, 275, 323 Lord, 275, 296, 315 Lord North, 51, 87 Lord Percy, 52, 61, 63-5, 80, 81 Loring, 58, 275, 287, 329 Lottridge, 248, 275 Lovewell, 334 Low, 320 Lowell 118, 119, 136 Lucas, 216, 275 Ludlow, 134,135 Lufkin, 339 Luthey, 347 Lynch, 341, 347 Lyons, 339 Maccarty, 275 Maccorly, 275, 304 Mackie, 112, 275 Mackintire, 176, 272, 276 Macomber, 348 Madison, 136, 277 Mahoney, 348 Mallet, 219, 264, 275,277 Mann, 114, 193, 276 Manning, 11, 326 Mansfield, 72 Marchant, 342 Marden, 343 Mark, 348 Marr, 339 Marrett, 74, 84, 215, 256, 318, 334 Marsh, 31, 32, 90, 152, 154, 170, 171, 276 Marshall, 162 Marston, 276, 314 Martin, 166,343, 345, 350 Mason, 131,199, 204, 215, 21
a regiment with violently assaulting and beating him, and robbing him of $24. After a long examination the truth of the matter turned out to be that the complainant was very drunk, and Bradford and Graves merely rendered him such friendly assistance as he needed in that condition. The accused were therefore discharged; but it appearing from the evidence that Bradford had been selling liquor without license, His Honor fined him $40. Benj. Sutton was charged with allowing his grandson, Wm. Lynch, to stone horses and workmen at a blacksmith shop. On the old gentleman's promise that he would "cool"" the little boy, the case was dismissed. Anna L. Clyde, for having theatrical performances at Metropolitan Hall without license, was fined $15. C. W. Blair, for the same offence at Monticello Hall, on Broad street, was dismissed until Monday. James Gannon, a soldier wounded at Sharpsburg, was found asleep in the street at a late hour last Thursday night. While asleep he wa