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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 33: (search)
tes, J. K. Winn, J. W. Goodwin and D. B. Hallett; Engineers: Acting-Third-Assistants, T. O. Reynolds, J. T. Booth and S. S. Hetrick. Steamer Isaac Smith. Acting-Lieutenant, F. S. Conover; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, G. H. Marvin; Acting-Assistant-Paymaster, F. C. Hills; Acting-Masters, J. W. Dicks and Robert Tarr; Acting-Ensigns, Whitman Chase, F. J. Brenton and H. S. Borden; Engineers: Acting-First-Assistant, Jacob Tucker; Acting-Second-Assistant, J. S. Turner; Acting-Third-Assistants, Wm. Ross and Erastus Barry. Steamer Dawn. Acting-Lieutenant, John S. Barnes; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, A. R. Holmes; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, R. C. Pierce; Acting-Masters, James Brown and J. W. Saunders; Acting-Master's Mates, A. Hartshorn, P. W. Morgan and Charles Myers; Engineers: Acting-First-Assistant, N. D. Bates; Acting-Third-Assistants, Samuel Tomlinson, M. V. B. Darling and W. P. Ayres. Steamer Whitehead. Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant, Chas. A. French; Acting-Ensigns, J. M. Holm
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 52: operations about Charleston, 1865.--fall of Charleston, Savannah, etc. (search)
ngineers: First-Assistant, S. L. P. Ayres; Second-Assistant, E. W. Koehl; Third-Assistant, C. R. Roelker; Acting-Third-Assistant, Wm. J. Dougherty. Ottawa--Fourth-rate. Lieutenant-Commander, James Stillwell; Acting-Master, Wm. H. Winslow; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, L. H. Willard; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, G. W. Huntington; Acting-Ensigns, Benj. Mitchell, C. H. Choate, W. H. McCormick and W. N. Smith; Engineers: Second-Assistants, Geo. H. White and R. B. Hine; Acting-Second Assistant, Wm. Ross; Acting-Third-Assistant, C. G. Mead. Winona--Fourth-rate. Lieutenant-Commander, Wm. H. Dana; Acting-Masters, E. H. Sheffield and Wm. McKendry; Acting-Ensigns, Walter Sargent and J. Severns; Acting-Master's Mate, Alfred Staigg; Acting-Assistant-Surgeon, Charles Little; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, T. H. Dickson; Engineers : Second-Assistant, Alfred Hendrick; Acting-Second-Assistant, J. B. A. Allen, Jr.; Third-Assistant, R. L. Wamaling; Acting-Third-Assistant, C. W. Plaisted. Dai Chin
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 53: operations of the West Gulf Squadron in the latter part of 1864, and in 1865.--joint operations in Mobile Bay by Rear-Admiral Thatcher and General Canby. (search)
ting-Master, Meletiah Jordan; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, John M. Skillman; Acting-Ensigns, W. S. Romme, J. L. Hall and C. H. Sawyer; Acting-Master's Mates, T. W. Jones and J. F. Porter; Engineers: Acting-Third-Assistants, Wm. Connell, Wm. Boyle, William Brown and P. J. Murphy. Katahdin--Fourth-rate. Acting-Master, Edward Terrill; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, G. D. Buckner; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, L. D. Bradley; Acting-Master and Pilot, Bernard Crone; Acting-Ensigns, G. A. Faunce and Wm. Ross; Engineers: Second-Assistant, N. B. Clark; Acting-Second-Assistant, Thomas Tuttle; Acting-Third-Assistants, Samuel Wallace and H. C. Reynolds. Estrella--Fourth-rate. Acting-Master, G. P. Pomeroy; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, T. E. Clark; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, G. L. Hoodless; Acting-Master's Mates, E. G. Caswell and Charles Sidney; Engineers: Acting-First-Assistant, R. G. Pope; Acting-Third-Assistants, Geo. R. Marble and J. F. Winters. Rodolph--Fourth-rate. Acting-Master, N. M
n taken prisoners.) Company H.--Killed--Private John Orman. Wounded--Norton Schermerhorn, slightly; Luthur L. Mills, both arms shot off, (a prisoner;) Hugh F. Dunnigan, in leg, (a prisoner;) William Barker, in leg; John Robson, in neck; John Hallam, slightly in head; Robert F. Robertson, badly bruised; Isaac Richie, slightly in leg; George B. Stevens, slightly in the back; Robert F. Robertson, badly bruised; Menzo W. Hoard, leg bruised; John Welsh, slightly in hand. Missing--Privates William Ross, John Lamphier, (supposed prisoners.) Company I.--Killed--William E. Straight, First Sergeant; Fourth Corporal, John McBride, and Charles H. Cooper. Wounded--Sylvanus Greer, Theodore Hamilton, Edwin Close, Arthur F. Pickett, Orlando B. Hirley, (all missing,) supposed to be prisoners. Missing--Privates William Breese, Charles Shear, Erving C. Smith, John Jackson, Isaac Kinnan, Wm. Phelan, Byron Swazee, Edward Chevalier, John Gumbleton, Henry J. Griffin, John Ryan, (all suppos
column, and to-day General McPherson's, until the citizens began to think the entire North was emptying itself through their streets. I entered the town with Gen. Ross's division, or rather in advance of it, with two of the General's staff; whom he sent ahead. The main road was so thronged with columns of infantry, cavalry, and in that quarter found it almost deserted by citizens. The dark masses of McArthur's division were just swarming out of the south side of the town as the head of Ross's entered the north. Holly Springs is the handsomest place we have seen yet on our southward march. It is beautifully laid out, with wide streets, planted on eby's division had passed through, ascended one of the zigzag roads, and were encamped on the eastern hill summits, McArthur's on the south side of the valley. General Ross's command soon commenced winding its way serpent-like up the hills, and bivouacked on the north side of the basin, so that the three divisions of Gen. Hamilton
e Cormick Conohan. Wounded--Lieut.-Col. John E. Bolfe, badly, privates Andrew Hays, badly, William O'Donnell, Thomas Burke, slightly, Chas. F. Reese, Mike Harrigan, slightly. Fifty-First Ohio--Privates M. Burr, M. Norris, E. Cutchall, W. H. Hardee, company C; M. Pomroy, M. Satur, S. McCoy, W. Smith, company D; L. Courtwright, F. Blosser, company F; J. J. Lamasters, company G; F. Young, teamster. Eighth Kentucky--taken prisoners, five--since paroled. Calvin Siler missing. Killed — Wm. Ross, John Stansberry, Pleasant Smith. Wounded — Nelson Petra, Jones Allford, (since died,) Silas Landrum, John McCurd, W. H. Rose, Charles Braser, Butler Fraley, Ples. and Gran. Philpot, Lieut. McDaniel, Fletcher Bowman. This fight has had a tendency to cement the regiments, and give them greater confidence in each other, and if it has no other effect, I hope it may enable us to count on each other in the great battle that is anticipated somewhere in this locality before many days. T
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 135.-the fight at Greenwood, Miss. (search)
Doc. 135.-the fight at Greenwood, Miss. Chicago Tribune account. Helen, Ark., March 19. while steaming down the Coldwater, we passed large quantities of cotton and many fragments of a steamboat. About two hundred miles from here, and about ten miles above the mouth of the Tallahatchie, we found our boys, General Ross's division, attended by gunboats and transports, at a place called Greenwood Bay. We found we had now reached debatable ground. We here learned the cause of there being so much cotton afloat. A large cotton-boat had been sent up the river by the rebels, and had gathered a large load of the Southern sovereign, but while she was stopping to wood up, one of our gunboats hove in sight, and as the cotton-boat could not escape she was set on fire, and her rich cargo, estimated to be upward of three thousand bales, was abandoned to the flames. About three miles below our troops, the rebels had built a fort, and placed a raft in the river. The fort is in a v
ester County, Pennsylvania. Her father was William Ross, who emigrated early in life from the countr of the infection. The quick sympathies of Miss Ross readily responded to this tale of want and nthe day when all that was mortal of Anna Maria Ross was consigned to its kindred dust, as she was e, I suppose you have been to see the last of Miss Ross. Upon her replying in the affirmative, he aenance with which she was met one morning by Miss Ross, when about taking her place for the day's d this crisis that with her accustomed energy Miss Ross directed all her efforts toward restoring hiwill take the entire charge of his comfort. Miss Ross, I am sorry to refuse you, but I cannot compIf you do, just come to our hospital and see Miss Ross. This was the only reward she craved — a pidly, and the personal aid and influence of Miss Ross were exerted to forward it in every possiblepent in this manner, the friend who had been Miss Ross's companion proposed that the remaining purc[5 more...]
antry, Aug. 21, 1862; mustered, Sept. 15, 1862. Captain, June 9, 1863; mustered, July 1, 1863. Discharged (disability), Jan. 25, 1864. Ross, John P. Second Lieutenant, 23d Mass. Infantry, June 1, 1863. Discharged (disability), July 29, 1864. Ross, John T. Second Lieutenant, 19th Mass. Infantry, Jan. 18, 1865. First Lieutenant, Jan. 31, 1865. Mustered out, June 30, 1865. Ross, Levi. First Lieutenant, 10th Mass. Infantry, Nov. 29, 1862. Mustered out, July 1, 1864. Ross, William. First Lieutenant, 16th Mass. Infantry, Dec. 20, 1863. Mustered out, July 27, 1864. Rost, Charles W. First Sergeant, 20th Mass. Infantry, Dec. 21, 1863. First Lieutenant, Regimental Quartermaster, June 1, 1864. Mustered out, July 15, 1865. Round, J. Emory. Captain, 43d Infantry, M. V. M., in service of the U. S., Sept. 16, 1862. Mustered out, July 30, 1863. Roundy, John S. Second Lieutenant, 1st Mass. Heavy Artillery, Jan. 1, 1864. Discharged (disability), Oct. 4
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
24 Rolfe, F. A., 227 Rollins, E. F., 343 Rollins, H. G., 343 Rollins, J. R., 343 Rollins, Rachel, 709 Rollins, W. E., 343 Rolston, J. M., 343 Rood, J. T., 388 Roome, W. J., 343 Rooney, P. J., 343 Root, O. D., 124 Roper, G. S., 441, 552 Ropes, Henry, 343 Ropes, J. C., 695, 709 Rose, Edward, 343, 552 Rose, G. S., 441, 552 Rose, G. W., 343 Rose, J. W., 344 Rose, S. C., 344 Rosengarten, J. G., 709 Ross, J. P., 344 Ross, J. T., 344 Ross, John, 124 Ross, Levi, 344, 553 Ross, William, 344, 553 Rost, C. W., 344 Round, J. E., 344 Rounds, A. S., 126 Roundsaville, John, 126 Roundy, J. S., 344 Roundy, W. C., 441 Rounseville, J. P., 126 Rouse, Albert, 344 Rouse, J. H., 442 Rowe, B. F., 344 Rowe, E. F., 126 Rowe, E. L., 344 Rowe, Hiram, 344 Rowe, J. F., 344 Rowe, J. H., 126 Rowe, J. N., 126 Rowe, John, 344 Rowell, C. G., 227 Rowell, S. J., 344 Rowley, H. B., 344 Royce, C. H., 227, 344, 553 Royce, H. A., 344, 442, 553 Ruby, G. C., 344 Rucker, D. H., 5
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