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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2. (ed. Frank Moore) 5 1 Browse Search
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an, Jr. Line.--Co. A--J. A. Hassler, Captain; Peter J. Stuyvesant, First Lieutenant; Robert R. Daniels, Ensign. Co. B-L. C. Newman, Captain; Daniel E. Smith, First Lieutenant; Eugene Trossard, Ensign. Co. C--(The Polish Legion)--Alexander Raszewski, Captain; Lewis Domanski, First Lieutenant; Vincens Kochanowski, Ensign. Co. D--M. O. McGarry, Captain; James H. Bradley, First Lieutenant; Rannie L. Knight, Ensign. Co. E--August Help, Captain; Charles E. Klein, First Lieutenant; Henry Shickard, Ensign. Co. F--Henry Whitthack, Captain; Frederick Prop, First Lieutenant; Lewis H. Browne, Ensign. Co. G--Edmund Johnson, Captain; Oliver J. Rogers, First Lieutenant; William D. Prentice, Ensign. Co. H--David Lamb, Captain; Asa A. Gardner, First. Lieutenant; Frederick F. Pfeifer, Ensign. Co. I--John A. Rue, Captain; J. Barnet Sloan, First Lieutenant; T. Hamilton Hare, Ensign. Co. K--William H. Watts, Captain; William H. Maitland, First Lieutenant; no ensign yet.--N. Y. Herald, June 23.
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 99.-battle of Scarytown, Va. Fought July 17 (search)
g out the country, had concentrated at the mouth of the Pocotaligo River, a small stream into which enters the Kanawha about twenty miles below Charleston. The brigade is divided into three parts, one of which occupies the south or right bank of the river, the other the left bank, while the remaining portion is on three boats, prepared to support either side. On the 17th, Gen. Cox ordered the Twelfth Ohio, two companies of the Twenty-first Ohio, together with the Cleveland Artillery and Capt. Rogers' cavalry company, from Ironton, Ohio, about 1,500 men, to capture a rebel camp which was planted on a hill about five miles above. Early in the morning of that day, they marched out to do this work. They found the rebels — report says numbering 4,000 men — strongly intrenched with two rifled cannon, on a hill, having a deep valley at its base, in which was a wheat field. Outside of their fortifications were a number of log-houses, in which loop-holes had been cut; these were occupied b
aniels; Acting Second Lieutenant. Wm. Smith. Co. B--Captain, L. C. Newman; First Lieutenant, D. E. Smith; Second Lieutenant, Eugene Frossard. Co. C--Capt., Alexander Raszevski; First Lieutenant, Louis Domanski. Co. D--Captain, M. O. McGarry; First Lieutenant, J. H. Bradley; Second Lieutenant, R. L. Knight. Co. E--Captain, August Heiss; First Lieutenant, C. E. Kleine; Second Lieutenant, H. Scheikhaus. Co. F--First Lieutenant, F. Pross; Second Lieutenant, Louis H. Browne. Co. G--First Lieutenant, Oliver J. Rogers; Second Lieutenant, Wm. D. Prentice. Co. H--Captain, David Lamb; First Lieutenant, Asa B. Gardner; Second Lieutenant, Ferdinand F. Pfeiffer. Co. I--Captain, John A. Rice; Chaplain, L. W. Waldron, Acting First Lieutenant; Second Lieutenant, Hamilton Haire. Co. K--Captain, John H. Watts; First Lieutenant, Wm. Maitland; Second Lieutenant, T. E. Waldron. Among those not soldiers who rendered effective and gallant service among the skirmishers was John M. Pierce, a servant to Lieu