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Emilio, Luis F., History of the Fifty-Fourth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry , 1863-1865, Roster of the Fifty-Fourth Massachusetts Infantry. (search)
eb 63, not must. Quartermaster 20 Feb 63, must. 20 Feb. Resigned 20 Je 65. Other service:— Staff duty as Brig. Quartermaster, various times. Boston, Mass. Vogelsang, Peter; 1st Lieut. and Quartermaster. 21 Aug 15 New York; married; clerk; Brooklyn, N. Y. Co. H 17 Apl 63, Sergt, Quartermaster Sergt. 2d Lt 28 Apl 65, must. 3 Je; 1st Lt 20 Je 65, must. 18 Jly; Quartermaster 18 Jly 65. Discharged 20 Aug 65 ex. term. Wounded 16 Jly 63 James Id. S. C. Died 4 Apl 87 New York. Stone, Lincoln Ripley; Major and Surgeon. 5 Aug 32 Bridgeton, Me; single; physician; Salem. Surgeon 21 Apl 63, must. 16 May. Discharged 10 Dec 63 for promotion. Other service:—Asst. Surg. 2d Mass 24 May 61, Surgeon 7 Nov 62. Surgeon U. S. Vols. 4 Dec 63, Brevet Col. U. S. Vols. 1 Oct 65. Discharged 15 Oct 65. Newton, Mass. Briggs, Charles Edward; Major and Surgeon. 6 Apl 33 Boston; single; physician; Boston. Surgeon 24 Nov 63, must. 26 Apl 64. Discharged 20 Aug 65 ex. term. Other service:—Asst.<
were brought in contact with our men. Chaplain Trumbull says that he and Adjutant Camp of his regiment, also captured, were marched through the streets with the Fifty-fourth prisoners to the provost-marshal; thence they were taken to the gloomy jail, and at ten o'clock at night thrust— twenty in all—into a small and filthy room without furniture, lighted with but four panes of glass over the door, and not large enough to find a place for all to lie on the floor. By special orders of General Ripley, the friends were to pass the night with the colored privates instead of the white officers captured. It seems most probable that the chaplain's account is correct, and that possibly the Fifty-fourth men may have been confined in Castle Pinckney for a short time, after their surrender to the State authorities, but to be again returned to the jail. Assistant-Surgeon Luck says that he was in attendance upon our wounded in the hospital. He states that, Regarding the privates of that re