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Springfield, Mo. (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 252
Doc. 240. fight at Mount Zion, Mo. General Prentiss' official report. Headquarters army of North Missouri, Palmyra, Mo., Jan. 4, 1862. Capt. John C. Kelton, Assistant Adjutant-General Department of Missouri: In pursuance of a special order, received on the evening of Dec. 23, 1861, I proceeded from Palmyra for Sturgeon on the morning of the 24th day of December, with five companies of the Third Missouri Cavalry, Col. John Glover commanding. I arrived at Sturgeon on the evening of the 26th. During the following day, having learned that there was a concentration of rebels near the village of Hallsville, in Boone County, I sent forward one company of cavalry, commanded by Captain Howland, to reconnoitre in that vicinity. Capt. Howland proceeded to Hallsville, but found no rebels. After proceeding about two miles beyond, his advance guard encountered the rebels in force, commanded by Col. Dorsey. Capt. Howland endeavored to draw off his company, having taken nine prisoner
Sturgeon, Mo. (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 252
Third Missouri Cavalry, Col. John Glover commanding. I arrived at Sturgeon on the evening of the 26th. During the following day, having learny. The remainder of his men made good their retreat, arriving at Sturgeon at nine o'clock P. M. Having learned the position of the enemy, I wounded as comfortable as possible, and at four P. M. started for Sturgeon, where we arrived at nine P. M. Our loss in the battle of Mount Zi Missouri Democrat account. camp McClellan, North Missouri, Sturgeon, Saturday, Dec. 28. One of the sharpest battles of the war was jor Carrick, and Adjutant White being in command. They arrived at Sturgeon, on the North Missouri Railroad, at seven o'clock of the 26th, andhimself of the location of the rebel camp, began his march back to Sturgeon, when just at sunset he came upon the rear guard of the enemy, who shot-bags. After attending to our wounded, we began to return to Sturgeon, which we reached at nine o'clock the same night.--Hannibal (Mo.)
Calloway (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 252
after the battle of December 28, 1861. W. C. McLean, arm broken; Wm. Phillips, shot through stomach; Wm. Swader, Calloway County, (since died,) right breast; Wm. T. Ives, Lincoln County, through groin; Major Thomas Breckinridge, Warren County, r and left breast; John H. Jones, Warren County, thigh; Samuel Barnum, Lincoln County, left shoulder; F. J. Brougham, Calloway County, neck; A. J. Parson, Montgomery County, left thigh; Robert Snead, Lincoln County, both thighs; C. King, Lincoln Coun, both thighs; W. H. Vaughn, Lincoln County, throat; C. McDonald, St. Charles County, both thighs; Abram Bramberger, Calloway County, left breast; J. E. McConnell, Montgomery County, right thigh; L. Davis, Breckinridge County, right cheek and neck; F. G. Henderson, St. Charles County, hand; R. S. Montford, Calloway County, calf of leg; J. Crossman, Boone County, small of back; C. Cuisenberry, Boone County, right breast;----Kernan, St. Charles County, left hand and face; John Bailey, Warren Cou
Pike County (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 252
one County, right breast;----Kernan, St. Charles County, left hand and face; John Bailey, Warren County, thigh; Captain Myers, Warren County, side; W. R. Smith, Pike County, left shoulder;----Martin, Pike County, leg; Lawrence Jacobie, Pike County, hand. Four names not obtained, dangerously wounded. Slightly Wounded.--Captain JPike County, leg; Lawrence Jacobie, Pike County, hand. Four names not obtained, dangerously wounded. Slightly Wounded.--Captain J. T. Harland, Company A; F. S. Morris, Company A; Joseph Washburne, Company A; Daniel Barret, Company A; J. H. Warnesbry, Company B; James Eagle, do.; Marion Morrell, Company C; Thos. Phillipot, do.; Henry Ferguson, do.; John Wessell, do.; Thomas Kirby, do.; John Scroggen, do.; William Beman, do.; Robert Allen, do.; Herbert Reed, CPike County, hand. Four names not obtained, dangerously wounded. Slightly Wounded.--Captain J. T. Harland, Company A; F. S. Morris, Company A; Joseph Washburne, Company A; Daniel Barret, Company A; J. H. Warnesbry, Company B; James Eagle, do.; Marion Morrell, Company C; Thos. Phillipot, do.; Henry Ferguson, do.; John Wessell, do.; Thomas Kirby, do.; John Scroggen, do.; William Beman, do.; Robert Allen, do.; Herbert Reed, Company D; J. A. Flickiner, do.; J. H. Turner, Company A; Henry Alters, Company A; Daniel Shannehan, Company B; Julius Krenling, Company B; Henry Henry, Company C; Henry S. Akers, do.; Jesse Steele, do.; William H. Howell, do.; John R. Rogers, do.; Millard Williams, do.; William B. Davis, Company F; John Macklin, do.; George Lopez,
St. Charles County (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 252
mery County, left thigh; Robert Snead, Lincoln County, both thighs; C. King, Lincoln County, both thighs; W. H. Vaughn, Lincoln County, throat; C. McDonald, St. Charles County, both thighs; Abram Bramberger, Calloway County, left breast; J. E. McConnell, Montgomery County, right thigh; L. Davis, Breckinridge County, right cheek and neck; F. G. Henderson, St. Charles County, hand; R. S. Montford, Calloway County, calf of leg; J. Crossman, Boone County, small of back; C. Cuisenberry, Boone County, right breast;----Kernan, St. Charles County, left hand and face; John Bailey, Warren County, thigh; Captain Myers, Warren County, side; W. R. Smith, Pike County, lSt. Charles County, left hand and face; John Bailey, Warren County, thigh; Captain Myers, Warren County, side; W. R. Smith, Pike County, left shoulder;----Martin, Pike County, leg; Lawrence Jacobie, Pike County, hand. Four names not obtained, dangerously wounded. Slightly Wounded.--Captain J. T. Harland, Company A; F. S. Morris, Company A; Joseph Washburne, Company A; Daniel Barret, Company A; J. H. Warnesbry, Company B; James Eagle, do.; Marion Morrell, Company
Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 252
Doc. 240. fight at Mount Zion, Mo. General Prentiss' official report. Headquarters army of North Missouri, Palmyra, Mo., Jan. 4, 1862. Capt. John C. Kelton, Assistant Adjutant-General Department of Missouri: In pursuance of a special order, received on the evening of Dec. 23, 1861, I proceeded from Palmyra for Sturgege Barcastle, do., do.; Isaac Black, do., do.; Wm. H. Hardin, Company E, do.; Benjamin F. Tidell, do., do. Missouri Democrat account. camp McClellan, North Missouri, Sturgeon, Saturday, Dec. 28. One of the sharpest battles of the war was fought about eighteen miles from this place today. Colonel Birge, commanding his up the chase. From first to last, the battle lasted about two hours. Thus ended one of the most severely contested and bloody battles that has been fought in Missouri, in proportion to the numbers engaged. Our force consisted of six companies of cavalry, numbering about three hundred, and parts of three companies of Col. Birg
Hallsville, Mo. (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 252
e 26th. During the following day, having learned that there was a concentration of rebels near the village of Hallsville, in Boone County, I sent forward one company of cavalry, commanded by Captain Howland, to reconnoitre in that vicinity. Capt. Howland proceeded to Hallsville, but found no rebels. After proceeding about two miles beyond, his advance guard encountered the rebels in force, commanded by Col. Dorsey. Capt. Howland endeavored to draw off his company, having taken nine prisoners8th inst., I found one company of rebels, commanded by Capt. Johnson, in position, to the left of the road leading from Hallsville to Mount Zion. I ordered two companies of sharpshooters to pass to the rear of the enemy, and one of cavalry to dismouorge Lopez, do.; John W. Donaldson, do.; Allen H. Fite, Company F. Report of killed and wounded at the skirmish near Hallsville, December 27, 1861, and at the battle of Mount Zion, December 28, 1861, of Colonel John Glover's Third Missouri Cavalry
Breckinridge (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 252
inridge, Warren County, right arm and left breast; John H. Jones, Warren County, thigh; Samuel Barnum, Lincoln County, left shoulder; F. J. Brougham, Calloway County, neck; A. J. Parson, Montgomery County, left thigh; Robert Snead, Lincoln County, both thighs; C. King, Lincoln County, both thighs; W. H. Vaughn, Lincoln County, throat; C. McDonald, St. Charles County, both thighs; Abram Bramberger, Calloway County, left breast; J. E. McConnell, Montgomery County, right thigh; L. Davis, Breckinridge County, right cheek and neck; F. G. Henderson, St. Charles County, hand; R. S. Montford, Calloway County, calf of leg; J. Crossman, Boone County, small of back; C. Cuisenberry, Boone County, right breast;----Kernan, St. Charles County, left hand and face; John Bailey, Warren County, thigh; Captain Myers, Warren County, side; W. R. Smith, Pike County, left shoulder;----Martin, Pike County, leg; Lawrence Jacobie, Pike County, hand. Four names not obtained, dangerously wounded. Slightly Wou
Boone County (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 252
whom I learned the number and position of the main force. The enemy being posted at a church, known as Mount Zion, in Boone County, and one mile and a half in advance, numbering near nine hundred men, I ordered the cavalry under Col. Glover forward, cheek and neck; F. G. Henderson, St. Charles County, hand; R. S. Montford, Calloway County, calf of leg; J. Crossman, Boone County, small of back; C. Cuisenberry, Boone County, right breast;----Kernan, St. Charles County, left hand and face; John BaBoone County, right breast;----Kernan, St. Charles County, left hand and face; John Bailey, Warren County, thigh; Captain Myers, Warren County, side; W. R. Smith, Pike County, left shoulder;----Martin, Pike County, leg; Lawrence Jacobie, Pike County, hand. Four names not obtained, dangerously wounded. Slightly Wounded.--Captain J.rpshooters, had learned through his spies that a rebel camp was located at a place called Mount Zion Meeting House, in Boone County. General Prentiss having come to this place yesterday with about three hundred cavalry, under command of Colonel Glove
Montgomery County (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 252
ves, Lincoln County, through groin; Major Thomas Breckinridge, Warren County, right arm and left breast; John H. Jones, Warren County, thigh; Samuel Barnum, Lincoln County, left shoulder; F. J. Brougham, Calloway County, neck; A. J. Parson, Montgomery County, left thigh; Robert Snead, Lincoln County, both thighs; C. King, Lincoln County, both thighs; W. H. Vaughn, Lincoln County, throat; C. McDonald, St. Charles County, both thighs; Abram Bramberger, Calloway County, left breast; J. E. McConnell, Montgomery County, right thigh; L. Davis, Breckinridge County, right cheek and neck; F. G. Henderson, St. Charles County, hand; R. S. Montford, Calloway County, calf of leg; J. Crossman, Boone County, small of back; C. Cuisenberry, Boone County, right breast;----Kernan, St. Charles County, left hand and face; John Bailey, Warren County, thigh; Captain Myers, Warren County, side; W. R. Smith, Pike County, left shoulder;----Martin, Pike County, leg; Lawrence Jacobie, Pike County, hand. Four n
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