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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4., The opposing forces in the Atlanta campaign. May 3d-September 8th, 1864. (search)
l. T. M. Walker. Artillery, Capt. William Wheeler, Capt. Charles C. Aleshire: 13th N. Y., Capt. William Wheeler, Lieut. Henry Bundy; E, Pa., Capt. James D. McGill, Lieut. Thomas S. Sloan. Third division, Maj.-Gen. Daniel Butterfield, Brig.-Gen. William T. Ward. First Brigade, Brig.-Gen. William T. Ward, Col. Benjamin Harrison, Brig.-Gen. William. T. Ward, Col. Benjamin Harrison: 102d Ill., Col. Franklin C. Smith, Lieut.-Col. James M. Mannon, Col. F. C. Smith; 105th Ill., Col. Daniel Dustin, Brig.-Gen. William T. Ward, Col. Benjamin Harrison, Brig.-Gen. William. T. Ward, Col. Benjamin Harrison: 102d Ill., Col. Franklin C. Smith, Lieut.-Col. James M. Mannon, Col. F. C. Smith; 105th Ill., Col. Daniel Dustin, Lieut.-Col. Everell F. Dutton, Col. Daniel Dustin; 129th Ill., Col. Henry Case; 70th Ind., Col. Benjamin Harrison, Lieut.-Col. Samuel Merrill; 79th Ohio, Col. Henry G. Kennett, Lieut.-Col. Azariah W. Doan, Capt. Samuel A. West. Second Brigade, Col. Samuel Ross, Col. John Coburn: 20th Conn., Transferred to Third Brigade May 29th. Lieut.-Col. Philo B. Buckingham, Col. Samuel Ross, Lieut.-Col. P. B. Buckingham; 33d Ind., Maj. Levin T. Miller, Capt. Edward T. McCrea, Maj. L. T. Miller; 85th Ind., C
Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4., The struggle for Atlanta. (search)
d between. As the several columns were crossing the famous Peach Tree Creek my corps was divided. I was sent, with Stanley and Wood, to connect with Schofield, causing a gap of two miles. Newton remained on Thomas's left; on Newton's right was Ward; next, Geary; then, Williams; last, Palmer's corps; all, having crossed over, were stretched out along the creek. There was at that point but little open ground, mostly woodland, and very uneven with cross-ravines. Just at this time, much to ouly 22, 1864. from a sketch made at the time. deep creek, sweeping the creek's valley as far as the cannon could reach. This was sufficient; in his own words, it relieved the hitch. The hostile flankers broke back in confusion. In succession, Ward, Geary, Williams, and Palmer received the on-coming waves, and though their ranks were shaken in places, they each made a strong resistance, and soon rolled the Confederates back, shattered and broken. Hardee would have resumed the assault, but a
Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4., Sherman's march from Savannah to Bentonville. (search)
ithout a chance to fight. One of my staff told me that he saw Rhett a few days later, trudging along under guard, but the beautiful boots were missing,--a soldier had exchanged a very coarse pair of army shoes for them. Rhett said that in all his troubles he had one consolation, that of knowing that no one of Sherman's men could get on those boots. On the following morning Kilpatrick came upon the enemy behind a line of intrenchments. He moved his cavalry to the right, and Jackson's and Ward's divisions of the Twentieth Corps were deployed in front of the enemy's line. General Sherman directed me to send a brigade to the left in order to get in rear of the intrenchments, which was done, and resulted in the retreat of the enemy and in the capture of Macbeth's Charleston Battery and 217 of Rhett's men. The Confederates were found behind another line of works a short distance in rear of the first, and we went into camp in their immediate front. During the night Hardee retreated, l
Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4., The opposing forces in the campaign of the Carolinas. (search)
09th Pa., Capt. William Geary. Third Brigade, Col. Henry A. Barnum: 60th N. Y., Capt. Abner B. Shipman, Lieut-Col. Lester S. Willson; 102d N. Y., Lieut.-Col. Harvey S. Chatfield, Maj. Oscar J. Spaulding; 137th N. Y., Maj. Milo B. Eldridge, Lieut.-Col. Koert S. Van Voorhis; 149th N. Y., Capt. Henry N. Burhans, Lieut.-Col. Nicholas Grumbach; 29th Pa., Lieut.-Col. George E. Johnson, Col. Samuel M. Zulich; 111th Pa., Capt. William J. Alexander, Col. Thomas M. Walker. Third division, Brig.-Gen. William T. Ward. First Brigade, Col. Henry Case, Col. Benjamin Harrison: 102d Ill., Maj. Hiland H. Clay, Col. Franklin C. Smith; 105th Ill., Lieut.-Col. Everell F. Dutton; 129th Ill., Lieut.-Col. Thomas H. Flynn, Col. Henry Case; 70th Ind., Maj. Zachariah S. Ragan, Lieut.-Col. Samuel Merrill; 79th Ohio, Lieut.-Col. Azariah W. Doan. Second Brigade, Col. Daniel Dustin: 33d Ind., Lieut.-Col. James E. Burton; 85th Ind., Lieut.-Col. Alexander B. Crane; 19th Mich., Maj. David Anderson; 22d Wis., Capt.
amounted to 145 killed, 837 wounded and 202 missing; total 1,184, over half of which occurred in Ward's Brigade of Birney's Divison. After the battle the corps returned to its quarters at Falmouth, eneral Butterfield, commanding the Third Division, was succeeded during the campaign by General William T. Ward. Upon the evacuation of Atlanta, some troops of the Twentieth Corps--Coburn's Brigade of Ward's Division — were the first to enter and occupy the city, the entire corps remaining there to hold their important prize, while Sherman and the rest of the Army marched in pursuit of Hood. Williams, of the First Division. succeeded to the command of the corps, with Jackson, Geary, and Ward as division generals. When it started on this march, the corps numbered 13,741, present for duty was the only infantry engaged; loss, 77 killed, and 475 wounded. Three days later, Jackson's and Ward's Divisions were hotly engaged in General Slocum's battle at Bentonville. At the close of the ca
on, Second Corps. Third Maine Infantry. Ward's Brigade, Birney's Division, Third Corps. Fortieth New York Infantry--Mozart regiment. Ward's Brigade — Birney's Division--Third Corps. ty-Sixth New York Infantry--Steuben Rangers. Ward's Brigade — Birney's Division--Third Corps. wenty-Fourth New York Inf.--Orange Blossoms. Ward's Brigade — Birney's Division--Third Corps. the Seventy-third was in Woods's (3d) Brigade, Ward's (3d) Division, Twentieth Corps. At Resaca itt was not present at Antietam. At Gettysburg — Ward's Brigade, Birney's Division — its losses amounxth Wisconsin Infantry. Cogswell's Brigade — Ward's Division--Twentieth Corps. (1) Col. Willme a part of the Third Brigade, Third Division (Ward's), Twentieth Corps. At the battle of Peach TrFirst United States Sharpshooters--Berdan's. Ward's Brigade — Birney's Division--Third Corps. ed. Second United States Sharpshooters. Ward's Brigade — Birney's Division--Third Corps.
xth 7 29 -- 36 Tupelo, Miss.             July 13-15, 1864.             12th Iowa Mower's Sixteenth 9 53 1 63 7th Minnesota Mower's Sixteenth 9 50 1 60 Carter's Farm, Va.             July 20, 1864.             14th West Virginia Duval's Eighth 10 52 -- 62 91st Ohio Duval's Eighth 8 58 -- 66 Peach Tree Creek, Ga.             July 19-20, 1864.             46th Pennsylvania Williams's Twentieth 25 101 2 128 52d Ohio Davis's Fourteenth 17 59 23 99 33d Indiana Ward's Twentieth 17 67 -- 84 141st New York Williams's Twentieth 15 65 -- 80 61st Ohio Williams's Twentieth 13 66 2 81 5th Connecticut Williams's Twentieth 23 52 1 76 Atlanta, Ga.             July 21-22, 1864. Including slight loss at Nickajack, and Ezra Chapel.             12th Wisconsin Leggett's Seventeenth 47 153 21 221 13th Iowa Gresham's Seventeenth 25 188 93 306 27th Ohio Fuller's Sixteenth 29 145 6 180 15th Iowa Gresham
enteenth. Aug., ‘62 79th Ohio   54 54 1 91 92 146 Ward's Twentieth. Oct., ‘61 80th Ohio Reenlisted an and served through the war. 4 112 116 2 180 182 298 Ward's Twentieth. Sept., ‘61 34th Indiana Reenlisteeth. Sept., ‘62 102d Illinois   51 51   68 68 119 Ward's Twentieth. Oct., ‘62 103d Illinois 8 87 95 1 15. Sept., ‘62 105th Illinois 2 49 51   137 137 188 Ward's Twentieth. Sept., ‘62 106th Illinois   3 3 7 18  Sept., ‘62 129th Illinois   50 50 2 128 130 180 Ward's Twentieth. Oct., ‘62 130th Illinois 2 18 20 4 1nteenth. Aug., ‘62 I--Daniels's   5 5   27 27 32 Ward's Twentieth. Feb., ‘62 K--Schuetz's   3 3 1 14 1h. Sept., ‘62 19th Michigan 7 88 95   160 160 255 Ward's Twentieth. Aug., ‘62 20th Michigan 13 111 124 3h. Sept., ‘62 22d Wisconsin 2 75 77 3 163 166 243 Ward's Twentieth. Aug., ‘62 23d Wisconsin 1 40 41 5 26fame), Rousseau, Thos. J. Wood, Crittenden, Johnson, Ward, Whitaker, Jackson
ee in Sherman's masterly movement to the heart of Georgia M. D. Legged, division leader in Blair's Corps. William Harrow commanded division in Logan's Corps. John W. fuller, leader of a division in Dodge's Corps. Thomas W. Sweeney led a division in Dodge's Corps. George D. Wagner commanded a division under Howard. William F. Barry, chief of artillery on Sherman's staff. W. W. Bella, promoted in front of Atlanta. John B. Turpin, leader in the Fourteenth Corps. William T. Ward led a Ivision under Hooker. John W. Sprague, leader in the Sixteenth Corps. offensive policy but was severely defeated in several battles during the latter days of July and in August. For his success in this campaign, Sherman was made a major-general in the regular army. Finally Hood evacuated Atlanta, started on the fatal Tennessee campaign, and left the Federal commander free to move on through the almost undefended country to the Atlantic seaboard. Sherman had provided for t
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