hide Matching Documents

Your search returned 11 results in 5 document sections:

nnell, Co. B; Sergeant Major Oswald H. Gaither, acting adjutant; Sergeant John Gundy, Co. D, pioneers; Privates Walter D. Byers, Co. B, pioneers; John W. Waterhouse, Co. F, pioneers; George Kelso, Co. B, pioneers; First Sergeant David Farrell, Co. B, pioneers; Third Sergeant David Gilleland, Co. B, left general guide; Corporal John Miller, Co. B; Privates George Wareham, Co. B; Samuel Clawges, Co. B; W. J. McGinn, Co. B; John McCann, Co. B; William B. Gibson, Co. B; Eli J. Agne, Co. B; John H. Walker, Co. B; Hugh Barnes, (pioneers,) Co. K; John D. Brown, Co. D. Sixth regiment.--Second Lieutenant Henry B. McKean, adjutant; First Lieutenant Samuel Waters, Co. A; First Sergeant Albin B. Jamieson, Co. A; Private Charles Yaher, Co. H, (wounded ;) Third Sergeant James Stanley, Co. A; First Sergeant Peter States, Co. I; Private Benjamin Seely, Co. H, (wounded.) Twelfth regiment.--Private William R. Fox, Co. K. Ninth regiment.--Lieutenant-Colonel R. Anderson; Major J. McK. Snodgras
idgeport, and established the next year a Sunday-school, which gradually increased. In order to build a suitable hall for the enlarging work, a fair was held in 1888, and about $2000 was raised. The present corporation was formed in 1889. Mr. John H. Walker became superintendent of the Sunday-school in 1890. The building was erected in 1891 at a cost of about $4000, and is free from debt. In September, 1892, it was decided that the Union should be kept open day and evening, and that a superintendent should be employed to devote his whole time to the work at the building and in the neighborhood. Mr. Walker was secured to fill this position, and the result has been a steady increase of the usefulness of the Union. In January, 1896, a gymnasium, bath-room, and workshop were established in the adjacent building. The Union building is located on Brewery Street, in Cambridgeport, between Main and Washington streets, and near their junction. There is a large hall, and in it, and in
Rev. James K. Ewer , Company 3, Third Mass. Cav., Roster of the Third Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment in the war for the Union, Company L. (search)
4. Sub. serv. Marcus M. Robinson, Corp. en. Boston, Cr. Dorchester, 26, laborer. Jan. 2, 1865. M. O. Sept. 28, 1865. James Summers, Corp. Princeton, N. J. Cr. Chelsea, 19, s; clerk. March 17, 1864. Died of wounds received in action, Feb. 14, 1865. Daniel A. Twigg, Corp. en. Boston, Cr. W. Brookfield, 21; shoemaker-January 2, 1865. M. O. Sept. 28, 1865. Victor Victorine, Corp. Guttenberg, Sweden, 26, s; painter. Oct. 14, 1861. Disch. disa. Sept. 2, 1863. Sub. serv. John H. Walker, Corp. en. New Orleans, La. 25. Nov. 3, 1862. Deserted July 15, 1864. John A. Weiss, Corp. en. New Orleans, La. 20. June 2, 1862. No further record. William C. West, Corp. Salem, 18, s; no occupation. Oct. 5, 1861. Disch. for promotion, Aug. 4, 1863. 2nd Lieut. 1st Regt. Louisiana Cav. Disch. Jan. 30, 1864. Edward Wright, Corp. en. New Orleans, La. 37. Sept. 25, 1862. No further record. Augustus R. Redelgky, Bugler, en. New Orleans, La. June 18, 1862. Deserted April 1,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
e, John Webster. Co. E. 3d Sergeant James F. Lasiter, 5th Sergeant Rufus Smith, Private John M. Beck, Wm. A. Sturdivant, Private William T. Wood, James J. Lewis, John A. J. Penny, Mus'n Albert T. Carter. Co. F. 3d Sergeant John H. Walker, Private James T. Bird, Columbus Cooper, Private Ezekiel Campbell, Lemuel Jones, John R. Pertillo. Co. G. 1st Sergeant James W. Bawley, 1st Corporal John W. Lee, 2d Corporal Samuel F. Jones, Private Andrew J. Bragg,ivate W. H. Davis, T. S. Denton, A. J. Denton, Courier J. A. V. Feltus, Private Jacob Hildebrand, Mus'n Gabe Kann, P. R. Leatherman, W. T. Agnew, Private T. T. Rabie, J. D. Stocket, J. F. Therrell, R. A. Varnell, G. A. Walker, J. H. Walker, J. L. G. Patterson, Hos. Steward E. A. Robinson. [68] Nineteenth Mississippi Regiment. Sergeant-Major John E. Burrage, Hosp. Steward W. J. McNeill, Ord. Sergeant S. D. King, Q. M. Sergeant W. P. Meaders, Commissary Sergeant H. L.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.8 (search)
o Mr. Mallory for the navy, and I, upon the recommendation of General Mahone, who witnessed the engagement, reported to Governor Letcher, who communicated with the Secretary of War, and upon their recommendation, I was promoted to major of artillery, and in the body of my commission, directed to remain in command of Fort Drewry, which I did until it was determined to make a naval post out of it, in command of Captain Lee, and my command was revoked with instruction to report to Brigadier-General John H. Walker, which I declined to do, as I belonged to the provisional army, and they had no right to call upon me elsewhere for duty. I have forgotten to mention that the gallant Captain Tucker, of the Patrick Henry, did casemate one of his eight-inch guns on the river bank, just above the entrance to the fort, but as heavy rain had fallen the night before the gunboats reached the fort, its whole superstructure fell in, and we lost the benefit of his help, until the fight was nearly over;