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John D. Billings, The history of the Tenth Massachusetts battery of light artillery in the war of the rebellion 16 0 Browse Search
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25. George W. Stetson reported to quarters. Feb. 26. Privates Leroy E. Hunt and Richard Martin reported for duty, Alvin Thompson to quarters. Feb. 27. Private Thompson reported for duty. Privates A. C. White, Francis Mins and Alonzo N. MerrilPrivate Thompson reported for duty. Privates A. C. White, Francis Mins and Alonzo N. Merrill reported to quarters. Feb. 28. Receive notice of the death of Private Albert N. A. Maxwell who died at Carver General Hospital, Washington, Feb. 20, 1864. Privates Carter, G. W. Stetson, F. Mils and A. Merrill reported for duty. Received five arge of Joseph A. Hooper, dropped from the rolls. March 6. Serg't Townsend reported to quarters. Privates Schwartz, Thompson, Thresher and Edwards reported for duty. March 7. Private Wm. H. Fitzpatrick appointed Q. M. Serg't March 3, 1864. Pn, D. C. John Goodwin, James D. Smith reported to duty. Henry Jones excused. May 1. Richard G. Gilley reported to duty. Alvin Thompson to quarters. May 2. John F. Baxter and John W. Bailey reported to quarters. Henry Jones reported to duty.
rivates Lyman W. Adams, James S. Bailey, Jr., John Perry Brown, Thomas Cusick, William E. Endicott, Oscar F. Glidden, Charles W. Green, Richard Martin, Francis L. Macomber, John Millett, William Rawson, Timothy G. Redfield, George W. Stetson, Alvin Thompson and Charles D. Thompson. James Kay, the twentieth missing, was never heard from. The writer was unable to find his name in a book issued by a Rebel surgeon purporting to contain a complete list of the men who died in Rebel prisons. Whi Devereux, Foster, Ewell, Goodwin, O. P. Brown, Starkweather and Ben. G. Hooper wounded; L. W. Adams, Geo. H. Stetson, Wm. Rawson, Geo. K. Putnam, Chas. A. Mason, and——Thompson wounded and missing; Serg't A. B. Parker, Corp. F. M. Howes, Corp. Geo. A. Smith, privates O. W. Glidden, James S. Bailey, Jr., Richard Martin, Thos. Cusick, Timothy G. Redfield, John Millett, John Perry Brown, James Kay, A. W. Green (?), Alvin Thompson, F. L. Macomber, Bugler John T. Mugford and Wm. E. Endicott missi
from brigade hospital. Private Pierce reported to quarters. Corp. A. F. Richardson (?) absent on furlough of fifteen days dated from Dec. 27. (The name is omitted in the Morning Report Book.) Dec. 28. Notice received of the presence of Alvin Thompson, private, at general hospital, Annapolis, Md., as paroled prisoner; also of C. D. Thompson at same place. Private M. M. Pierce reported to quarters. Dec. 29. Privates Ham, Pierce (?) and Gross excused from duty. Dec. 30. Lieut. George W. S. Bull A. I. G. Art'y Brigade. Corp. G. A. Pease reported to quarters also James Lee. Feb. 19. Private Charles Slack on furlough of 20 days to New York City. Private James Lee reported to quarters. Feb. 20. Privates .Wm. Rawson and Alvin Thompson from Camp Parole (Exchanged Prisoners). Private B. H. Phillips returned to duty from General Hospital. Feb. 21. Private E. J. Wilson returned to duty from brigade headquarters. Private T. W. Strand detailed as orderly at brigade headquart