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Philip Henry Sheridan, Personal Memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, General, United States Army . 6 2 Browse Search
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ew York, Colonel Justus W. Blanchard. One Hundred and Sixty-fifth New York (six companies), Lieutenant-Colonel Gouverneur Carr. One Hundred and Seventy-third New York, Major George W. Rogers. artillery: New York Light Artillery, Fifth Battery, Lieutenant John V. Grant. Second division: Brigadier-General Cuvier Grover. first brigade: Brigadier-General Henry W. Birge. Ninth Connecticut, Colonel Thomas W. Cahill. Twelfth Maine, Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Ilsley. Fourteenth Maine, Colonel Thomas W. Porter. Twenty-sixth Massachusetts, Colonel Alpha B. Farr. Fourteenth New Hampshire (1), Colonel Alexander Gardiner. Fourteenth New Hampshire (2), Captain Flavel L. Tolman. Seventy-fifth New York (1), Lieutenant-Colonel Willoughby Babcock. Seventy-fifth New York (2), Major Benjamin F. Thurber. Second brigade: Colonel Edward L. Molineux. Thirteenth Connecticut, Colonel Charles D. Blinn. Eleventh Indiana, Colonel Daniel Macauley. Twenty-second Iowa, Colonel Harvey Graham. Third Massachusett
. artillery: New York Light Artillery, Fifth Battery, Captain Elijah. D. Taft. Second division. (1) Brigadier-General Cuvier Grover. (2) Brigadier-General Henry W. Birge. first brigade: (1) Brigadier-General Henry W. Birge. (2) Calonel Thomas W. Porter. Ninth Connecticut (battalion), Captain John G. Healy. Twelfth Maine, Lieutenant-Colonel Edwin Ilsley. Fourteenth Maine (1), Colonel Thomas W. Porter. Fourteenth Maine (2), Captain John K. Laing. Twenty-sixth Massachusetts (battalion), LieuColonel Thomas W. Porter. Fourteenth Maine (2), Captain John K. Laing. Twenty-sixth Massachusetts (battalion), Lieutenant John S. Cooke. Fourteenth New Hampshire (1), Captain Theodore A. Ripley. Fourteenth New Hampshire (2), Captain Oliver H. Marston. Seventy-fifth New York, Major Benjamin F. Thurber. Second brigade: Colonel Edward L. Molineux. Thirteenth Connecticut, Colonel Charles D. Blinn. Seventh Indiana, Lieutenant-Colonel William W. Darnall. Twenty-second Iowa, Colonel Harvey Graham. Third Massachusetts Cavalry (dismounted), Colonel Lorenzo D. Sargent. One Hundred and Thirty-first New York, Col
o I pursued the subject no further. In a little while the conference ended, and I again sought lodging at the hospitable quarters of Ingalls. Very early the next morning, while I was still in bed, General Sherman came to me and renewed the subject of my joining him, but when he saw that I was unalterably opposed to it the conversation turned into other channels, and after we had chatted awhile he withdrew, and later in the day went up the river with the President, General Grant, and Admiral Porter, I returning to my command at Hancock Station, where my presence was needed to put my troops in march next day. During the entire winter General Grant's lines fronting Petersburg had extended south of the Appomattox River, practically from that stream around to where the Vaughn road crosses Hatcher's Run, and this was nearly the situation when the cavalry concentrated at Hancock Station, General Weitzel holding the line north of the Appomattox, fronting Richmond and Bermuda Hundred.