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mas A. Morse. John Restall, Jr. Augustus E. Soper. William J. Tirrell. Joshua Very. John Very. John A. Wilson. Co. I.Daniel Treadley, Sergeant. James Corrigan, Sergeant. Jonathan T. Ross, Sergeant. Joseph H. DeCastro, Corporal. Daniel Murphy, Musician. Michael Callopy. Frank Chandler. George McKenna. John Rourke. Co. K.William A. McGinnis, First Sergeant. Patrick Nolan, Sergeant. J. L. Smith, Sergeant. Joseph Libby, Sergeant. Joseph Burns, Sergeant. Joseph E. Hodgkins, Waters. John Young. Joseph A. White. Co. G.William White. George Wood. Lewis Waldick. Co. H.Florence McCarty. Charles Mortimer. Dominick McTague. Henry Mattieson. John McCaul. Charles A. Mohr. John Nieur. Peter Rooney. Co. I.Daniel Murphy, Musician (transferred Jan. 23 to Co. F.) Hugh Armstrong. George Burnham. John Fitzgerald. Michael Mulligan. Patrick Neill. Haven K. Perkins. John B. Rinaldie. James O. Sherman. David Scanlan. Fritz Schiverin. Co. K.James McGuckin.
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Chapter 42: batteries Eleven and Twelve and Fort Rice. Battle at Boydton Plank Road. (search)
the enemy and he withdrew his guns almost immediately. The regiment then advanced down the road and formed in line of battle in a large field. The engagement now became general and fierce, and owing to the superior numbers of the enemy, 4 P. M. found the men nearly surrounded and fighting in every direction. Half of the regiment was sent out as skirmishers, and captured five officers and 50 men and the colors of the Forty Seventh North Carolina regiment. The colors were taken by Sergt. Daniel Murphy, who was especially deputed by the commanding officer to present them to the Secretary of War, which he did, and received a medal of honor from that official. The Seventh Michigan having also taken a large number of prisoners, the assistance of the remainder of the regiment was called to aid in bringing them in. At 5 P. M. the fighting ceased and at 9 P. M. the troops were withdrawn. Thirty men of the regiment were left on the skirmish line, under Lieutenants Condon and Aytoun all
. 348, 353, 356 Mulligan, Michael,............................................. 293 Mumford, Dudley C.,....... 5, 8, 51, 151, 201, 261, 265, 295, 299, 317, 322, 355 Murphy, Andrew M., (K),............................................. 75 Murphy, Daniel,...................................... 288, 293, 352, 358, 368 Murphy, Edward (A),........................................... 106 Murphy, Humphrey,............................................... 188 Murphy, Luke,.........................Murphy, Edward (A),........................................... 106 Murphy, Humphrey,............................................... 188 Murphy, Luke,............................................ 103 Murphy, Michael (E),............................................... 106 Murphy, Patrick (K),............................................. 58, 325 Murray, Thomas,...................................................... 341 Nelson, Leroy A.,............................................... 106, 183 Nelson's Farm,...................................................... 93 Newcomb, Edgar M.,..35, 73, 83, 98, 111, 112, 114, 118, 131, 141, 151, 161, 174, 180, 181, 182, 183,
n by Gen. Robert McAllister in Century War Book, IV, 176. General Hancock in his report speaks of the magnificent charge made by Birney's and Barlow's division on the 12th of May, and says, it stands unsurpassed for daring, courage and brilliant success. Official War Records, 67, p. 339. These divisions included, as will be seen by referring to the list of regiments, many Massachusetts organizations. In his report of flags captured, he mentions First Sergeant S. G. Viall and Sergeant Daniel Murphy (both of 19th Mass.) as each capturing a flag. Official War Records, 67. p. 348. The latter received a medal of honor soon after. Private F. M. Whitman (Co. G, 35th Mass.) also received one, ten years later, for distinguished services in action at Antietam and Spotsylvania. The second brigade of Barlow's division in the 2d Army Corps, that division which, according to Gen. F. A. Walker, made skirmishing a profession, See his eloquent description of the way they did their work
D. C., 122, 898 Mundell, John, 471 Munger, Lewis, 129, 398 Munn, John, 97, 471 Munroe, B. C., 398 Munroe, Charles, 398 Munroe, Edward, 398 Munroe, J. W., 538 Munroe, L. E., 398 Munroe, Timothy, 13, 14, 25, 210, 211 Munsell, O. D., 471 Munyan, A. E., 120, 471 Murdock, A. B., 538 Murdock, A. M., 128, 398 Murdock, Buchan, 398 Murduff, W. F., 538 Murkland, John, 103, 398 Murley, Daniel, 538 Murphy, Arthur, 398 Murphy, C., 538 Murphy, Charles, 398 Murphy, Cornelius, 398 Murphy, Daniel, 119 Murphy, David, 398 Murphy, Dennis, 398 Murphy, Edward, 471 Murphy, Eugene, 398 Murphy, F., 538 Murphy, Hugh, 471 Murphy, J., 538 Murphy, J. B., 471 Murphy, J. C., 471 Murphy, J. H., 398 Murphy, J. J., 399 Murphy, J. S., 398 Murphy, James, IX Murphy, James, Co. A, 28th Mass. Inf., 538 Murphy, James, Co. C, 28th Mass. Inf., 398 Murphy, James, 40th Mass. Inf., 398 Murphy, James, 45th Mass. Inf., 398 Murphy, Jeremiah, 9th Mass. Inf., 398 Murphy, Jeremiah, 16th Mass
action at Petersburg, Va, Mar. 25, 1865. Murdock, Charles C. First Lieutenant, 25th Mass. Infantry, June 5, 1864. Captain, May 23, 1865. Mustered out, July 13, 1865. Murdock, George L. Second Lieutenant, 34th Mass. Infantry, Sept. 6, 1863. First Lieutenant, Sept. 20, 1864. Captain, June 18, 1865; not mustered. Mustered out, June 16, 1865, as First Lieutenant. Murkland, John. Captain, 15th Mass. Infantry, Sept. 18, 1862. Killed at Gettysburg, Pa., July 4, 1863. Murphy, Daniel. Second Lieutenant, 19th Mass. Infantry, Jan. 31, 1865. Resigned, June 1, 1865. Murphy, James. Second Lieutenant, 20th Mass. Infantry, Nov. 8, 1861. First Lieutenant, Aug. 29, 1862. Captain, Dec. 18, 1862. Resigned (disability), Aug. 28, 1863. Murphy, Joseph. Second Lieutenant, 9th Mass. Infantry, Apr. 1, 1863. First Lieutenant, Aug. 4, 1863. Mustered out, June 21, 1864. Murphy, Joseph C. First Lieutenant, 1st Mass. Cavalry, Oct. 27, 1863. Captain, Jan. 2, 1864;
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
s, 323 Munroe, L. E., 323 Munroe, M. A., 323 Munroe, Timothy, 222 Munroe, W. H., 4th Mass. Inf., 323 Munroe, W. H., 60th Mass. Inf., 323 Munsell, A. S., 323 Munsell, G. N., 386 Munsey, A. T., 474 Munsey, H. J., 323 Munsey, W. G., 323 Munson, Garry, 583 Munson, O. H., 573 Munyan, A. E., 323 Murch, G. W., 323 Murdoch, Joseph, 323 Murdock, A. M., 323 Murdock, C. C., 323 Murdock, G. L., 323 Murdock, Joseph, 583 Murkland, John, 323 Murphy, D. J., 499 Murphy, D. S., 104 Murphy, Daniel, 324 Murphy, J. C., 324 Murphy, James, 324 Murphy, Joseph, 9th Mass. Inf., 324 Murphy, Joseph, 40th N. Y. Inf., 474 Murphy, P. E., 324 Murray, C. M., 324 Murray, George, 324 Mussey, G. B., 324 Mutell, C. W., 324, 544 Muzzey, D. P., 222 Muzzey, G. E., 324 Muzzey, H. C., 324 Muzzey, L. W., 324, 434, 544 Myers, J. P., 324 Myrick, George, 1st Mass. Inf., 324 Myrick, George, 5th Mass. Inf., 324 N. Nash, F. A., 324 Nash, James, 106 Nash, S. G., 583 Nason, G. H. 324
Released from Prison. --Governor Letcher, on Monday last, pardoned and released from the State's Prison Daniel Murphy, who was sent thither by the Circuit Court of Hardy county for two years, for manslaughter — Prisoner had about eight months of his time to serve.
Bad boys. --Four lads of small size, named Daniel Murphy, Pat. Callaher, Thos. Dobson and Mat. Callaher, were carried before the Mayor yesterday for disorderly conduct and breaking the door of Mrs. E, Fenhauser. It appears that the lads on Monday entered the complainant's house (she keeps an eating establishment) and called for refreshments, which they utterly refused to pay for. Thinking that she could manage them by a little judicious coercion, madame closed her door and announced that they could not leave till they had settled up. This did not have the desired effect, for a vigorous assault was immediately commenced on Mrs. F. and her door — the former being knocked down and the latter kicked open in the melee. Daniel Murphy discharged a pistol in the direction of Mrs. F., though the ball did not strike her. Afterwards the four youngsters were caught and incarcerated in the upper Station-House. The Mayor had no authority to "tickle" the offenders, and wisely concluding it
Stealing time. --James Humphreys and Daniel Murphy were arrested and caged by the police yesterday, on the charge of stealing two silver watches, worth $26, from Adam, slave of John E. Wadsworth. They did not "take time by the forelock," but seized his indicators possessed by the unfortunate Adam, for which unlawful act the Mayor proposes to make them account this morning.
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