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Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865 26 0 Browse Search
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97 Francis E. Willard, of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, dies at New York City......Feb. 17, 1898 Break in levee surrounding Shawneetown, on Ohio River, submerges entire city, drowning twenty-four; Governor Tanner sends special train with tents and supplies......April 3, 1898 Body of Miss Frances E. Willard, eminent social reformer and lecturer, cremated in Chicago......April 9, 1898 Wheat speculation engineered by Joseph Leiter collapsed......June 13, 1898 Death of John Moses, historian......July 3, 1898 Chicago daily papers suspend publication on account of a strike......July 25, 1898 Attempt of coal company to land negro miners from Southern States to take the place of striking coal-miners causes bloody fight at Virden; train bearing negroes riddled with bullets; eleven killed, over thirty wounded, several fatally......Oct. 12, 1898 Governor proclaims martial law at Pana on account of disorder growing out of lockout of coal-miners......Nov. 21, 1898
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), South Carolina, (search)
days. Many troops are stationed in the State and about 600 arrests made......1871 Act establishing the validity of bonds of the State, issued between Aug. 26, 1868, and March 26, 1869......1872 Claflin University and South Carolina Agricultural College and Mechanical Institute, organized at Orangeburg in 1869, is reopened and chartered......1872 Tax-payers' convention at Columbia by resolution asking for amendments, simplifying and abridging the tax laws......Feb. 17, 1874 Governor Moses is indicted personally for official acts; indictment is quashed on the ground that he should have been impeached......June 8, 1874 Convention of independent Republicans at Charleston nominates candidates for governor, etc., who are supported by the Conservative party......Oct. 2, 1874 State normal school opened at Columbia......1874 Orphan asylum removed from Charleston to Columbia......1875 Alleged blocking of a highway at Hamburg, July 4, by a colored militia company; armed
rd R. Foster, Corporal. Moses R. Littlefield, Wagoner. Richmond L. Pillsbury, Musician. Eben Colby. William E. Fletcher. James H. Heath. Coloneus Morse. Ernest A. Nichols. Edwin C. D. Saunders. John H. Steele. Charles W. Tibbetts. Co. D.Benjamin W. Russell, First Sergeant. Charles P. Welch, Sergeant. Charles K. Hills, Corporal. Joshua Kendall, Musician. Ira Weston, Wagoner. John Brill. Clarence P. Crane. John Cavanaugh. Erastus Cousins. William Heffron. Henry Lee. John Moses. Nathan Walden. Co. E.Samuel E. Viall, First Sergeant. Daniel Corrigan, Sergeant. James Clark, Sergeant. Phillip Dunn, Sergeant. Terrence Gormley, Corporal. Timothy Leary, Wagoner. James Allen. John C. Howe. John F. Jordan. Edwin C. Maloney. Co. F.Cornelius Linnehan, First Sergeant. Hugh McPartland, Sergeant. Moses P. Bixby, Sergeant. James Farrell, Corporal. William Stewart, Musician. Joseph I. Seavey, Wagoner. Johnson Achison. George N. Burgess. William Gibbons. Stev
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Roster of the Nineteenth regiment Massachusetts Volunteers (search)
2, ‘65; M. O. June 30, 1865, as Sergt. Bixby, Moses P., priv., (F), July 25, ‘61; 42; re-en. Dec. Dec. 13, ‘62; M. O. Aug. 28, ‘64, Co. G Carr, Moses F., priv., (A), July 26, ‘61; 26; transf. to ins; transf. to 20th M. V. Jan 23 ‘64. Cook, Moses E., 1st serg., (A), July 26, ‘61; 38; disch. Feb. 24, ‘64; disch. May 24, ‘65. Kimball, Moses G., priv., (A), Aug. 20, ‘61; 29; M. O. Aug. 2 to Apr. 6, ‘65; M. O. June 30, 1865. Little, Moses C., priv., (D), Aug. 12, ‘62; 38; killed in acDec. 11, ‘62, Fredericksburg, Va. Littlefield, Moses, R., wagoner, (C), July 26, ‘61; 38; re-en. Der Kelley; transf. to 20 M. V. June 20, ‘64. Moses, John, priv., (D), Feb. 14, ‘62; 34; re-en. D3, ‘62; see also Co. K 2nd H. Art'y. Shackley, Moses, wagoner, (B), Aug. 24, ‘61; 21; 1st sergt.; 2, ‘61; 25; disch. disa. Oct. 16, ‘62. Short, Moses, priv., (B), July 26, ‘61; 27; died of w'nds J19; died Nov. 5, ‘62, Washington, D. C. Wiley, Moses, priv., (C), Aug. 25, ‘61; 26; disch. disa. A
.............................. 140, 285 Morse, Daron W.,.................................................... 107 Morse, George E.,................................................ 248, 329 Morse, James,........................................................ 285 Mortimer, Charles,................................................... 293 Mortimer, Lewis,.................................................. 331, 341 Morton, Philip,....................................................... 292 Moses, John,......................................................... 286 Moses, John D.,....................................................... 145 Moynehan, P.,....................................................... 108 Muddy Branch,.................................................. 43, 49, 50 Mudgett, Isaac N.,........................................... 348, 353, 356 Mulligan, Michael,............................................. 293 Mumford, Dudley C.,....... 5, 8, 51, 151, 201, 261, 265, 2
Privates J L Compton, T W Oakley, Samuel Turner, W H Williamson. Wounded: Capt Gen E Tayloe, seriously in fool; Sergt F L Glover, slight; Privates J W Blunt, leg amputated; B F Jordson, R A Barton, A W Barr, slight; W H Compton, R Elmore, J W Jones, slight; R H Patterson, W J Oakley, slight. Company E.--Killed: Corp'l W E Winstanley. Company F.--Killed: 1st Sergt M J Carson. Privates J W Davis. Wounded: Privates B Kornegay, since dead; G L Mayberry. D A Griffin, Henry Davis, John Moses, F James, R Hogan, John Henry, W W H Brown, N Smitherman, Wm Green, Geo Woodruff, L Taylor, J N Suttle, slight; Wm Childers Company G.--Wounded: Privates Geo W Brewer, leg amputated; David C Cox. Company H.--Missing: Private John Lano, reported to be wounded; Private J A Allen. Company I--Wounded: Corp'l J A Kirkland, R L Smith, A W Dama, Private J M Vale. Company K.--Wounded: Corp'l W A Phillips, Private Morton, mortally; A M Lurb, Thos Milchell. Total killed to