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John D. Billings, The history of the Tenth Massachusetts battery of light artillery in the war of the rebellion 24 4 Browse Search
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d for light duty. Feb. 15. E. T. Atwood sent to General Hospital, Washington. Feb. 18. Waldo Pierce sick in quarters. Capt. Sleeper returned from furlough. Feb. 19. Harrison Chase reported for duty. Feb. 21. Waldo Pierce returned to duty. Feb. 22. Washington's Birthday. We are having the severest snow storm of the season. Fired a salute of 34 guns at 12 o'clock M. Feb. 26. W Frost reported for duty. March 14. One bay horse, Martin's, shot; disease glanders. Hanson, Pierce (?) and Thayer reported to quarters. Corporal Conant (Currant)? started on furlough to Boston. rp'l William H. Starkweather and Private Asa Richardson reported to quarters. June 22. Private Waldo Pierce reported to quarters. Corp'l Starkweather reported for duty. June 23. Private Waldo PPrivate Waldo Pierce reported for duty. June 24. Started for Maryland Heights with Battery at 5 o'clock P. M. Camp equipage ordered to (be)? abandoned by order of Col. A. B. Jewett, comanding Brigade.
from hospital at Boston. August 29. Private William Allen reported for duty. August 30. Private Hiram P. Ring reported for duty. Received 13 horses from Capt. Pierce, A. Q. M., U. S. A. August 31. Private Charles N. Packard reported to quarters. The Battery was mustered in for two months (pay)? this day and inspected by Leroy E. Hunt reported to quarters. Ellis A. Friend reported for duty. Six horses shot; by order Surgeon Benson 3rd Army Corps headquarters. Received from Capt. Pierce, Q. M. 18 mules with harnesses complete. Sept. 23. Private John Millett reported to quarters, Chase (?) ditto. Sept. 24. Elias Ashcroft reported for dutrted to quarters. Sept. 29. Private Millett, Bugler Reed and Corp'l Doe reported for duty. Sept. 30. John T. Goodwin reported to quarters. Oct. 1. Private Waldo Pierce, John T. Goodwin reported for duty. Oct. 3. Privates Chas. L. Chase, Geo. H. Day, Elias Ashcroft, reported for duty. Oct. 4. Five picked — up horses
orps. Dec. 8. One horse died, worn out. Corp'l John H. Stevens and privates Endicott and Orcutt reported for duty. Waldo Pierce reported to quarters. Corp'l Luther L. Estabrook is promoted Corporal (Gunner)? to (late from Nov. 1st, 1863, vice Sh. Serg't Putnam left on 15 days furlough for Lewiston; John F. Baxter for Boston on 10 days furlough. Received from Capt. Pierce 12 horses; turned over to him 7 horses. Dec. 16. H. Newton reported for duty. John H. Stevens reported to quarters. 1. Received one mule from Rufus K. Case. Feb. 2. Corp'ls Geo. A. Smith, Win. B. Lemmon and Privates Maxwell and Waldo Pierce sent to general hospital, Washington, D. C. Corp'l B. F. Parker started on 10 days furlough for Boston. Feb. 3. Prrted for duty. Privates Beal, Brown, Smith (?) and McAllister reported to quarters. Feb. 6. Privates Nesbitt, O'Neil, Pierce, Smith (?) and McAllister reported for duty. M. Sawyer reported to quarters. Feb. 7. Privates A. W. Smith and Geo. A.
o go to Alexandria with ammunition chests. May 3. One horse died of exhaustion. May 5. Serg't A. B. Parker and Privates Nesbitt, Putnam, Fales, Handlin and Gowell transferred to hospital. May 6. Passed through the city of Richmond. May 8. One horse died—worn out. May 9. One horse died—worn out. May 10. Two horses died of exhaustion. May 11. One horse died of exhaustion. May 12. One horse died of exhaustion. May 14. One horse died of exhaustion. May 16. Private Waldo Pierce transferred to Invalid Corps. Serg't A. B. Parker and Privates Nesbitt, Gowell, Fales, Putnam, Handlin returned from hospital. Corporal Estee and Privates Wilson and Burroughs went to Alexandria and (got)? our ammunition chests. May 18. One horse died—worn out, May 19. Two spare caissons turned in to the Ordnance Department, Washington, D. C., with all equipments and ordnance belonging to it (them)? Corporal J. D. Billings and Private J. M. Ramsdell reported to quarters. Two <
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. President Johnson, Lincoln, 17, 125, 190, 195, 346, 429. Putnam. Geo. H., 31, 80, 115, 147, 198, 199, 201, 20