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Jacob H. Lamb (search for this): chapter 26
tthew R. McClennan. One Hundred and Thirty-eighth Pennsylvania (2), Major Lewis A. May. artillery brigade: Colonel Charles H. Tompkins. Maine Light Artillery, Fifth Battery (E), Captain Greenleaf T. Stevens. Massachusetts Light Artillery, First Battery (A), Captain Wm. H. McCartney. New York Light Artillery, First Battery (1), Lieutenant William H. Johnson. New York Light Artillery, First Battery (2), Lieutenant Orsamus R. Van Etten. First Rhode Island Light Artillery, Battery C, Lieutenant Jacob H. Lamb. First Rhode Island Light Artillery, Battery G, Captain George W. Adams. Fifth United States, Battery M, Captain James McKnight. Nineteenth Army Corps: Brigadier-General William H. Emory. first division: Brigadier-General William Dwight. first brigade: Colonel George L. Beal. Twenty-ninth Maine (1), Major William Knowlton. Twenty-ninth Maine (2), Captain Alfied L. Turner. Thirtieth Massachusetts, Captain Samuel D. Shipley. One Hundred and Fourteenth New York (1) Colonel Samue
tance of Ramseur's, which lay across the Berryville pike about two miles east of Winchester, between Abraham's Creek and Red Bud Run, so by the night of the 18th Wharton's division, under Breckenridge, was at Stephenson's depot, Rodes near there, and Gordon's at Bunker Hill. At daylight of the 19th these positions of the Confederrewarded with success, just as Crook's command emerged from the morass of Red Bud Run, and swept around Gordon, toward the right of Breckenridge, who, with two of Wharton's brigades, was holding a line at right angles with the Valley pike for the protection of the Confederate rear. Early had ordered these two brigades back from Stl and Martinsburg on the 17th, thus enabling him to bring them all to the support of Ramseur before I could strike with effect. My idea was to attack Ramseur and Wharton, successively, at a very Executive Mansion Washington, Sept. 20, 1864 Major General Sheridan Winchester, Va. have just heard of your great victory. God b
Charles S. Greene (search for this): chapter 26
xth Vermont, Captain Martin W. Davis. Eleventh Vermont (First Heavy Artillery), Major Aldace F. Walker. Third brigade: Brigadier-General Daniel D. Bidwell. Seventh Maine, Major Stephen C. Fletcher. Forty-third New York, Major Charles A. Milliken. Forty-ninth New York (battalion), Lieutenant-Colonel Erastus D. Holt. Seventy-seventh New York, Lieutenant-Colonel Winsor B. French. One Hundred and Twenty-second New York, Major Jabez M. Brower. Sixty-first Pennsylvania (battalion) (1), Captain Charles S. Greene. Sixty-first Pennsylvania (battalion) (2), Captain David J. Taylor. Third division: Brigadier-General James B. Ricketts. first brigade: Colonel William Emerson. Fourteenth New Jersey (1), Major Peter Vredenburgh. Fourteenth New Jersey (2), Captain Jacob J. Janeway. One Hundred and Sixth New York, Captain Peter Robertson. One Hundred and Fifty-first New York, Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas M. Fay. Eighty-seventh Pennsylvania, Colonel John W. Schall. Tenth Vermont (1), Major Edwin Di
Stephen C. Fletcher (search for this): chapter 26
e Hundred and Thirty-ninth Pennsylvania, Major Robert Mullroe. Second brigade: Colonel James M. Warner. Lieutenant-Colonel Amasa S. Tracy. Superintended a portion of the line. Second Vermont, Major Enoch E. Johnson. Third and Fourth Vermont, Major Horace W. Floyd. Fifth Vermont, Captain Addison Brown, Jr. Sixth Vermont, Captain Martin W. Davis. Eleventh Vermont (First Heavy Artillery), Major Aldace F. Walker. Third brigade: Brigadier-General Daniel D. Bidwell. Seventh Maine, Major Stephen C. Fletcher. Forty-third New York, Major Charles A. Milliken. Forty-ninth New York (battalion), Lieutenant-Colonel Erastus D. Holt. Seventy-seventh New York, Lieutenant-Colonel Winsor B. French. One Hundred and Twenty-second New York, Major Jabez M. Brower. Sixty-first Pennsylvania (battalion) (1), Captain Charles S. Greene. Sixty-first Pennsylvania (battalion) (2), Captain David J. Taylor. Third division: Brigadier-General James B. Ricketts. first brigade: Colonel William Emerson. Fourte
Sydney E. Clark (search for this): chapter 26
-ninth Maine (2), Captain Alfied L. Turner. Thirtieth Massachusetts, Captain Samuel D. Shipley. One Hundred and Fourteenth New York (1) Colonel Samuel R. Per Lee. One Hundred and Fourteenth New York (2) Major Oscar H. Curtis. One Hundred and Sixteenth New York, Colonel George M. Love. One Hundred and Fifty-third New York, Colonel Edwin P. Davis. Second brigade Brigadier-General James W. McMillan. Twelfth Connecticut (1), Lieutenant-Colonel Frank H. Peck. Twelfth Connecticut (2), Captain Sydney E. Clark. One Hundred and Sixtieth New York, Non-veterans of Ninetieth New York attached. Lieutenant-Colonel John B. Van Petten. Forty-seventh Pennsylvania, Colonel Tilghman H. Good. Eighth Vermont, Colonel Stephen Thomas. Third brigade: [Detached at Harper's Ferry, and not engaged in the battle.] Colonel Leonard D. H. Currie. Thirtieth Maine, Non-veterans of Thirteenth and Fifteenth Maine temporarily attached. Captain George W. Randall. One Hundred and Thirty-third New York, Major
Samuel R. Per Lee (search for this): chapter 26
acob H. Lamb. First Rhode Island Light Artillery, Battery G, Captain George W. Adams. Fifth United States, Battery M, Captain James McKnight. Nineteenth Army Corps: Brigadier-General William H. Emory. first division: Brigadier-General William Dwight. first brigade: Colonel George L. Beal. Twenty-ninth Maine (1), Major William Knowlton. Twenty-ninth Maine (2), Captain Alfied L. Turner. Thirtieth Massachusetts, Captain Samuel D. Shipley. One Hundred and Fourteenth New York (1) Colonel Samuel R. Per Lee. One Hundred and Fourteenth New York (2) Major Oscar H. Curtis. One Hundred and Sixteenth New York, Colonel George M. Love. One Hundred and Fifty-third New York, Colonel Edwin P. Davis. Second brigade Brigadier-General James W. McMillan. Twelfth Connecticut (1), Lieutenant-Colonel Frank H. Peck. Twelfth Connecticut (2), Captain Sydney E. Clark. One Hundred and Sixtieth New York, Non-veterans of Ninetieth New York attached. Lieutenant-Colonel John B. Van Petten. Forty-seventh
George W. Rogers (search for this): chapter 26
Third brigade: [Detached at Harper's Ferry, and not engaged in the battle.] Colonel Leonard D. H. Currie. Thirtieth Maine, Non-veterans of Thirteenth and Fifteenth Maine temporarily attached. Captain George W. Randall. One Hundred and Thirty-third New York, Major Anthony J. Allaire. One Hundred and Sixty-second New York, Colonel Justus W. Blanchard. One Hundred and Sixty-fifth New York (six companies), Lieutenant-Colonel Gouverneur Carr. One Hundred and Seventy-third New York, Major George W. Rogers. artillery: New York Light Artillery, Fifth Battery, Lieutenant John V. Grant. Second division: Brigadier-General Cuvier Grover. first brigade: Brigadier-General Henry W. Birge. Ninth Connecticut, Colonel Thomas W. Cahill. Twelfth Maine, Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Ilsley. Fourteenth Maine, Colonel Thomas W. Porter. Twenty-sixth Massachusetts, Colonel Alpha B. Farr. Fourteenth New Hampshire (1), Colonel Alexander Gardiner. Fourteenth New Hampshire (2), Captain Flavel L. Tolman.
Enoch E. Johnson (search for this): chapter 26
e 18th Wharton's division, under Breckenridge, was at Stephenson's depot, Rodes near there, and Gordon's at Bunker Hill. At daylight of the 19th these positions of the Confederate infantry still obtained, with the cavalry of Lomax, Jackson, and Johnson on the right of Ramseur, while to the left and rear of the enemy's general line was Fitzhugh Lee, covering from Stephenson's depot west across the Valley pike to Apple-pie Ridge. My army ORGANIZATION of the Union forces, commanded by Majod Pennsylvania, Major James H. Coleman. One Hundred and Thirty-ninth Pennsylvania, Major Robert Mullroe. Second brigade: Colonel James M. Warner. Lieutenant-Colonel Amasa S. Tracy. Superintended a portion of the line. Second Vermont, Major Enoch E. Johnson. Third and Fourth Vermont, Major Horace W. Floyd. Fifth Vermont, Captain Addison Brown, Jr. Sixth Vermont, Captain Martin W. Davis. Eleventh Vermont (First Heavy Artillery), Major Aldace F. Walker. Third brigade: Brigadier-General Daniel
George W. Hoge (search for this): chapter 26
Edwin Dillingham. Tenth Vermont (2), Captain Lucius T. Hunt. Second brigade: Colonel J. Warren Keifer. Sixth Maryland (1), Colonel John W. Horn. Sixth Maryland (2), Captain Clifton K. Prentiss. Ninth New York Heavy Artillery, Major Charles Burgess. One Hundred and Tenth Ohio, Lieutenant-Colonel Otho H. Binkley. One Hundred and Twenty-second Ohio, Colonel Wm. H. Ball. One Hundred and Twenty-sixth Ohio (1), Lieutenant-Colonel Aaron W. Ebright. One Hundred and Twenty-sixth Ohio (2), Captain George W. Hoge. Sixty-seventh Pennsylvania, Lieutenant John F. Young. One Hundred and Thirty-eighth Pennsylvania (1), Colonel Matthew R. McClennan. One Hundred and Thirty-eighth Pennsylvania (2), Major Lewis A. May. artillery brigade: Colonel Charles H. Tompkins. Maine Light Artillery, Fifth Battery (E), Captain Greenleaf T. Stevens. Massachusetts Light Artillery, First Battery (A), Captain Wm. H. McCartney. New York Light Artillery, First Battery (1), Lieutenant William H. Johnson. New York Lig
Dunbar R. Ransom (search for this): chapter 26
, Md., and not engaged in the battle.] Captain Joseph W. Martin. First United States, Batteries K and L, Lieutenant Franck E. Taylor. Second United States, Batteries B and L, Captain Charles H. Peirce. Second United States, Battery D, Lieutenant Edward B. Williston. Second United States, Battery M,[At Pleasant Valley, Md., and not engaged In the battle.] Lieutenant Carle A. Woodruff. Third United States, Batteries C, F, and K,[At Pleasant Valley, Md., and not engaged In the battle.] Captain Dunbar R. Ransom. Fourth United States, Batteries C and E,[At Pleasant Valley, Md., and not engaged In the battle.] Lieutenant Terence Reilly. moved at 3 o'clock that morning. The plan was for Torbert to advance with Merritt's division of cavalry from Summit Point, carry the crossings of the Opequon at Stevens's and Lock's fords, and form a junction near Stephenson's depot, with Averell, who was to move south from Darksville by the Valley pike. Meanwhile, Wilson was to strike up the Berryvil
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