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Daniel Ammen, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 7.2, The Atlantic Coast (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter VIII Hatteras InletRoanoke Island. (search)
h; Lockwood, Acting-Master G. W. Graves; Brincker, Acting-Master, John E. Giddings; I. N. Seymour, Acting-Master F. S. Wells; Ceres, Acting-Master John McDiarmid; Putnam, Acting-Master W. J. Hotchkiss; Shawsheen, Acting-Master Thos. G. Woodward, and Granite, Acting-Master's Mate E. Boomer. The army transports were forty-six in the batteries. At that time, however, the enemy were replying with only one gun. At 1 P. M. the Underwriter, Valley City, Seymour, Lockwood, Ceres, Shawsheen, Putnam, Whitehead, and Brincker, were ordered to clear away the double line of piling, which was effected soon after 4 P. M. About the time our vessels had removed the oenbush, and was followed by the Louisiana, Hetzel, Underwriter, Commodore Perry, Valley City, Morse, Seymour, Whitehead, Lockwood, Ceres, Shawsheen, Brincker, and Putnam. As this force passed into the sound the smoke of the two Confederate steamers was seen on the further shore, apparently heading for the Pasquotank River. Sig
Daniel Ammen, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 7.2, The Atlantic Coast (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 9: reduction of Newbern—the Albemarle. (search)
sunset the fort surrendered. Lockwood in command of the Daylight, Armstrong in the Georgia, Bryson in the Chippewa, and Cavendy in the Gemsbok, took part in the bombardment for several hours, when the sea grew too rough to manage their guns. In order to secure the forces on the sounds from an attack from Norfolk, Flusser was directed to block additionally tile Chesapeake and Albemarle Canal. For this purpose he left Elizabeth City, on the 23d of April, with the Whitehead, Lockwood, and Putnam, and at the month of the river met the Shawsheen with a schooner in tow filled with sand. The vessel was sunk near the entrance of the canal, and some fifty yards in length was filled in with trunks of trees, stumps, and brushwood. On his return he assisted Colonel Hawkins in destroying Confederate, commissary star stores on the Chowan, which was effected on the 7th of May. Lieutenant William B. Cushing had been given command of the steamer Ellis and was employed in blockading New River
1 32-pdr., 1 12-pdr., rifled. HunchbackLieut.-Commanding B. R. Colhoun3 IX-in., 1 100-pdr., rifled. SouthfieldLieut.-Commanding C. F. W. Behm.3 IX-in., 1 100-pdr., rifled. MorseActing-Master Peter Hayes2 IX-in. BrinckerActing-Master J. E. Giddings1 30-pdr., rifled. LockwoodActing-Master G. W. Graves1 80-pdr., rifled, 1 12-pdr rifled. WhiteheadActing-Master French1 IX-in. SeymourActing-Master Wells1 30-pdr., 1 12-pdr., rifled. CeresActing-Master McDiarmid1 30-pdr., rifled ; 1 32-pdr. PutnamActing-Master Hotchkiss1 20-pdr., rifled. ShawshenActing-Master Woodward2 20-pdrs, rifled. GraniteMaster's Mate Boomer1 32-pdr. X.—Names of commanding officers and the batteries of vessels that engaged the ram Albemarle, May 5, 1864. Mattabesett, flag-ship of Captain Melancton Smith, commanded by Commander John C. Febiger. Battery: 2 100-pounder Parrott rifles, expended 27 solid shot; 4 Ix-inch Dahlgrens, expended 23 solid shot; 4 24-pounder howitzers, expended 1 shrapnel; 2 12-pou
otomska, the, 46, 49 et seq., 56, 58 et seq., 64 Potter, General, 156 Powhatan, the U. S. steamer, 7, 74, 228 Preble, Commander George H., 152 Prentiss, Commander G. A., 66 et seq. Preston, Lieutenant S. W., 102, 138, 218, 221, 233; death of, 237 et seq. Princess Royal, the, prize steamer, 79, 81 Proclamations: forbidding all intercourse between Confederate and National forces, 35; concerning the blockade at Charleston, 78 et seq. Pulaski, Fort, see Fort Pulaski Putnam, the, 177 et seq., 181, 183, 194 Q. Quackenbush, Commander, 155, 177, 183, 189 Quaker City, the, 79, 81, 218, 222 R. Raleigh, the, 211 Ranger, the, 179 Read, battery of, 26 Remey, Lieutenant, 138 Regulators, 68 et seq. Relief, the, U. S. store-ship, 7, Renshaw, Lieutenant R. T., 177, 189 Republic, the, 229 Resignations of officers, 4 et seq. Reynolds, Major John G., 14, 49 et seq. Rhind, Lieutenant-Commanding A. C., 63, 92, 128, 218, 220 et seq