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John D. Billings, The history of the Tenth Massachusetts battery of light artillery in the war of the rebellion 20 2 Browse Search
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e duty. T. G. Redfield started for Washington on furlough. April 29. Chas. E. Woodis reported to quarters. One black horse died; disease * * * May 2. Leverett Pierce reported to quarters. Capt. Sleeper started for Washington on business. May 4. Herring and Chase reported sick. Pierce (?) and Chase sent to Camp HospitPierce (?) and Chase sent to Camp Hospital. May 5. Woodis reported for stable duty. Packard reported to quarters. May 6. Frost and Herring reported for stable duty. May 7. Packard reported for duty. Hunt reported for quarters. Received notice of the discharge of Wm. H. Martin, April 22, 1863. May 9. Colbath reported to quarters. May 10. Pierce (?)Pierce (?) and Colbath reported for stable duty. May 12. Billings reported for quarters. One horse shot per order Capt. Sleeper; disease glanders. Capt. Sleeper returned from Washington. Redfield returned from furlough. Chase reported for stable duty. May 13. Billings reported for duty. One horse died; disease lung fever. Lieu
lis (whoever this may mean) and Carr were notpromoted. Estee, Leverett Pierce and John D. Billings were made Lance corporals.] Nov. 4. Prnjured in foot by axe. Sent to brigade hospital. Dec. 2. Corp. Leverett Pierce reported to quarters. Dec. 3. Notice received of the deal Hospitals, Washington, D. C., of Pyaemia, Nov. 21, 1864. Corp'l Pierce reported to duty. Private Thayer to quarters. Sixteen horses receillett and Thos. Cusick returned to duty from Camp Parole, Md. Privates Pierce, Orcutt and Lucas reported to quarters. Dec. 20. Brevet Majporal W. B. Lemmon assigned to the Fifth Detachment. Private (?) L. Pierce * * * days furlough to Mass. Jan. 17. Private Moses Mercier re Temple on furlough of 20 days to Boston, Mass. Feb. 5. Corporal Leverett Pierce and Private John Campbell returned from furlough and reporA. Q. M. Art'y Brigade. Serg't Bailey, Corp. Pease, privates Hunt, Pierce, Hill and Handlin reported to quarters. Feb. 15. Private D. C. B
9, 81, 117, 147, 148, 206, 209, 306, 338, 398. Pease, Geo. A., 39, 163, 351, 375, 400, 401, 403, 404, 405, 406, 407. Pedrick, Ben. G., 149, 150, 288, 351. Pedrick, John, 48, 81, 207, 208. Pegram, Gen. W., 320, 391. Petersburg, 228. 277, 278, 283, 284, 298, 299, 300, 376, 396, 413, 414. Phillips, Ben. H., 81, 148, 306. 349, 407. Pickett, Gen. J., 189. Pierce, Chas. E., 31, 198, 281, 288, 350. Pierce, Capt., A. Q. M., 149, 150, 183, 184, 199, 200, 201. Pierce, Geo. H., 202. Pierce, Leverett, 85, 398, 400, 404, 406. Pierce, M. M., 202, 203, 206, 207, 303. 304, 306, 338, 399, 402. 403. Pierce, Waldo, 82, 87, 151, 198, 201, 441. Pierce, Gen. B. R., 246, 373. Platt, Maj. E. K., 197. Pike, Hiram, 365. Pleasant Valley, 97, 108. Pleasanton, Gen., 107, 127. Point of Rocks, 295, 299, 300. Poplar Neck Ridge, 219. Poolsville, 49, 51, 55, 57, 69, 72, 77, 78, 79, 88, 93, 142. Pope, Gen., 101, 118. Prince, Gen., 47, 48, 82, 83, 209, 210. 401. President Johnson, 431.