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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 1 6 0 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 4 0 Browse Search
Philip Henry Sheridan, Personal Memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, General, United States Army . 1 1 Browse Search
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Lieutenant-Colonel Bartholomew W. Wilson. artillery: Maine Light Artillery, First Battery (A), Captain Albert W. Bradbury. reserve artillery: Captain Elijah D. Taft. Indiana Light Artillery, Seventeenth Battery, Captain Milton L. Miner. First Rhode Island Light Artillery, Battery D, Lieutenant Frederick Chase. Army of West Virginia. Brigadier-General George Crook. first division: Colonel Joseph Thoburn. first brigade: Colonel George D. Wells. Thirty-Fourth Massachusetts, Major Harrison W. Pratt. Fifth New York Heavy Artillery, Second Battalion, Major Caspar Urban. One Hundred and Sixteenth Ohio, Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas F. Wildes. One Hundred and Twenty-third Ohio, Captain John W. Chamberlin. Second brigade: Guarding trains, and not engaged in the battle. Lieutenant-Colonel Robert S. Northcott. First West Virginia, Lieutenant-Colonel Jacob Weddle. Fourth West Virginia, Captain Benjamin D. Boswell. Twelfth West Virginia, Captain Erastus G. Bartlett. Third brigade: Colo
ependence. Company F, Warren Light Guard, Lawrence. Officers: Benjamin F. Chadbourne, captain; Melvin Beal, Thomas J. Cate, and Jesse C. Silver, lieutenants,—all of Lawrence. Company G, Worcester Light Infantry, Worcester. Officers: Harrison W. Pratt, captain; George W. Prouty, Thomas S. Washburn, J. Waldo Denny, and Dexter F. Parker, lieutenants,—all of Worcester. This company was originally organized in 1803, by Hon. Levi Lincoln, and served in the war of 1812, under command of histin and Devereux and McCartney. Others rose to high rank, who never came back, but who fell in distant battle-fields, by the side of their men, and beneath the shadow of the flag they carried, which symbolized their cause and the nation's. Of these we name Chambers and Pratt and Parker and Prescott and Keyes and Dodd. While the events here enumerated were transpiring at a distance, others of great importance and interest were of daily occurrence at home, as will appear in the next chapt
ate. Any thing you can do to forward the cause will be gratefully remembered. To Charles F. Crocker, Cotuit Port,— You will see, by General Order No. 26 in to-day's papers, that the quota for Barnstable County is two hundred and eighty-five men. I care not how they are raised; only raise them, as we want men very much. I hope the selectmen and prominent citizens will act together, and raise the men,–each town its own share. I want the towns to take hold systematically. To H. W. Pratt, Worcester,— Give Mr. Brewer the authority he requires. Let him recruit men for you, and take receipts for the same, and I will see that he gets his two dollars. We must have the men at once. Let meetings be called, and the influential men, and the city and town authorities, take hold with a will. To Joshua Tarr, Rockport,— The quota of Rockport is twenty-nine men. We want these men very much indeed; and any means you may adopt to recruit them will be satisfactory. If
lion Frontier Cavalry, Mass. Volunteers, or 26th N. Y. Cavalry, Feb. 13, 1865. Mustered out, Mar. 21, 1865. Colonel, 3d Mass. Cavalry, Mar. 21, 1865. Honorably discharged, July 21, 1865. Killed, Dec. 10, 1870, in battle at Josues, France (staff of General Chanzy, Franco-Prussian War). Potter, Andrew. Captain, 34th Mass. Infantry, Aug. 6, 1862. Major, Sept. 24, 1864. Lieut. Colonel, Oct. 14, 1864. Brevet Colonel, U. S. Volunteers, May 1, 1865. Mustered out, June 16, 1865. Pratt, Harrison W. Captain, 3d Battalion, attached to 6th Infantry, M. V. M., in service of the U. S., Apr. 22, 1861. Mustered out, Aug. 2, 1861. Major, 34th Mass. Infantry, Aug. 23, 1862. Died at Strasburg, Va., Sept. 25, 1864 (accidentally shot). Pratt, James A. Captain, 53d Infantry, M. V. M., in service of the U. S., Oct. 17, 1862. Commissioned Major, Nov. 8, 1862; mustered, Dec. 15, 1862. Mustered out, Sept. 2, 1863. Pratt, Wheelock. Captain, 55th Mass. Infantry, May 25, 1863. M
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
04 Power, D. T., 118 Power, E. R., 118 Power, Nicholas, 336 Powers, A. A., 336 Powers, A. W., 336 Powers, G. H., 387 Powers, G. W., 607, 704 Powers, J. F., 118 Powers, John, 118 Powers, L. A., 336 Poyen, L. F., 336 Pratt, A. D., 336 Pratt, B. F., 192, 336, 438, 493, 550 Pratt, C. A., 336 Pratt, C. E., 192, 438, 477 Pratt, C. R. M., 336 Pratt, C. S., 476 Pratt, E. B., 118 Pratt, F. B., 336 Pratt, G. P., 387 Pratt, H. C., 438, 550 Pratt, H. H., 336 Pratt, H. T., 336 Pratt, H. W., 225 Pratt, Henry, 477 Pratt, I. V., 477 Pratt, J. A., 53d Mass. Inf., 225 Pratt, J. A., 56th Mass. Inf., 336 Pratt, J. H., 439, 477 Pratt, John, 439, 477 Pratt, John A., 336 Pratt, M. C., 336 Pratt, Nicholas, 118 Pratt, Wheelock, 225 Pratt, William, 336, 439 Pray, C. F., 336 Pray, J. H., 118 Pray, R. B., 118, 336 Pray, T. J., 118 Pray, W. W., 336 Pray, William, 336, 494 Preble, G. H., 704 Prentiss, W. M., 118 Prescott, Albert, 225 Prescott, C. B., 336 Prescott, D. M