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-John Velon; shot for desertion near Petersburg, Va., October 28, 1864. Fifth Wisconsin, Company A:--Francis Lee; first man of regiment to reach enemy's works in assault on Petersburg, April 2, 1865. One Hundred and Twelfth Illinois, Company A:--Lorenzo Brown; kicked to death by a mule at Somerset, Ky., April 23, 1864. Sixty-fifth Ohio, Company H:--Corporal Adam Glasgow; discharged May 27, 1865, on surgeon's certificate; both feet frozen while en route from Wilmington, N. C., to Annapolis, Md.; an exchanged prisoner of war. Twenty-first Massachusetts, Company E: From rolls attached to regimental history.--Sergeant Thomas Plunkett; lost both arms while carrying regimental U. S. flag at Fredericksburg; discharged May 9, 1863. Twenty-first Massachusetts, Company C: From rolls attached to regimental history.--Sergeant Elbridge C. Barr; killed at Fredericksburg while carrying the State flag. Twenity-first Massachusetts, Company A: From rolls attached to regimental his
came to he known as the corps itself. The Eighth Corps proper was created by General Orders No. 84, July 22, 1862, which designated the troops under Major-General John E. Wool as the Eighth Corps. These forces were stationed in Maryland, at Annapolis, Baltimore, Harper's Ferry, along the Baltimore & Ohio R. R., east of Cumberland, and along the railroad from Harper's Ferry to Winchester, Va. During the summer of 1864,and, also, in Sheridan's campaigns in the Valley, the Eighth Corps was rps on January 17, 1864, relieving General Potter; on the 26th, Parke relieved Willcox, who then took command of the Second Division. General Burnside was again assigned to duty as commander of his old corps, which was ordered to repair to Annapolis, Md., for reorganization. In April, the corps was assembled there, and was composed of the four divisions of Stevenson, Potter, Willcox, and Ferrero, the latter division being composed wholly of colored troops. The corps numbered 19,331, present
1861, and in the following month sailed from Annapolis with General T. W. Sherman's expedition to Py, successively, at Long Island, Washington, Annapolis, and Fort Monroe, it arrived November 4th at western part of the State, and arrived at Annapolis, Md., on November 5, 1861. It remained there u 1864, and, with about 850 men, proceeded to Annapolis, where it was attached to the First Brigade,d left the State Dec 16, 1861, proceeding to Annapolis, where it joined the Burnside expedition to 61, and after a brief stay in Washington and Annapolis sailed, October 21st, for Fort Monroe, where to join the Ninth Corps, then assembling at Annapolis, and it accordingly took the field in the rahe central part of the State. Proceeding to Annapolis it was brigaded with General Stevens's commar 7, 1861. In January, 1862, it sailed from Annapolis with Burnside's Expedition to North Carolinathe Army of the Potomac in March, 1864, at Annapolis, Md., where it was assigned to Christ's (2d) Br[14 more...]