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Harper's Ferry (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 230
enemy at bay, because I had been ordered to act strictly on the defensive. The attacking force, I have learned, from citizens and others, who saw the enemy marching up, was about two thousand five hundred to three thousand strong, mixed infantry and cavalry, with two howitzers, which latter were not used on us. Eleven of his dead, and two mortally wounded, were found on the field; but many other bodies were seen to be carried off by him. We got from him three Springfield muskets and one Harper's Ferry rifle. Appended is a list of killed and wounded. I am your obedient servant, Ed. A. Parrott, Colonel First Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. To Capt. C. A. Stearns, A. A.G. Second Division. Killed.--Jos. A. Matthias, First Sergeant, Co, C, First Ohio; G. W. Ennis, private, do., do.; Henry Wolfstetter, do., do., do.; William Burghartt, do., Co. B, do.; J. W. Barnes, do., Co. C, Nineteenth U. S. infantry; Robert Putnam, Co. A, Fifteenth U. S. infantry. wounded.--A. Kuhlmann,
Springfield, Mo. (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 230
ld our position and keep the enemy at bay, because I had been ordered to act strictly on the defensive. The attacking force, I have learned, from citizens and others, who saw the enemy marching up, was about two thousand five hundred to three thousand strong, mixed infantry and cavalry, with two howitzers, which latter were not used on us. Eleven of his dead, and two mortally wounded, were found on the field; but many other bodies were seen to be carried off by him. We got from him three Springfield muskets and one Harper's Ferry rifle. Appended is a list of killed and wounded. I am your obedient servant, Ed. A. Parrott, Colonel First Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. To Capt. C. A. Stearns, A. A.G. Second Division. Killed.--Jos. A. Matthias, First Sergeant, Co, C, First Ohio; G. W. Ennis, private, do., do.; Henry Wolfstetter, do., do., do.; William Burghartt, do., Co. B, do.; J. W. Barnes, do., Co. C, Nineteenth U. S. infantry; Robert Putnam, Co. A, Fifteenth U. S. infan
Lawrenceburg (Indiana, United States) (search for this): chapter 230
Doc. 216.-fight at Lawrenceburgh, Ky. Colonel Parrott's report. headquarters First regiment O. V. I., in camp, October 9, 1862. Captain: I have the honor to submit the following report of the skirmish had with the enemy this morning, by the troops under my command, at Dogwalk. As my regiment left camp, the General Commanding apprised me that our rear was threatened by the enemy, and ordered me to march back on the road until I overtook the Nineteenth United States infantry, previously sent out. About half a mile from camp I came up with our troops, on the road to Lawrenceburgh. Major King, Fifteenth United States infantry, had his battalion drawn up in open field, where he commanded the road; Major Carpenter, Nineteenth United States infantry, was to his left, and in the road, which at that point makes an abrupt turn. Being the ranking officer present, I posted the First Ohio behind the crest of a ridge in the skirt of woods to the rear of the open ground, and
I. P. Iddings (search for this): chapter 230
f his dead, and two mortally wounded, were found on the field; but many other bodies were seen to be carried off by him. We got from him three Springfield muskets and one Harper's Ferry rifle. Appended is a list of killed and wounded. I am your obedient servant, Ed. A. Parrott, Colonel First Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. To Capt. C. A. Stearns, A. A.G. Second Division. Killed.--Jos. A. Matthias, First Sergeant, Co, C, First Ohio; G. W. Ennis, private, do., do.; Henry Wolfstetter, do., do., do.; William Burghartt, do., Co. B, do.; J. W. Barnes, do., Co. C, Nineteenth U. S. infantry; Robert Putnam, Co. A, Fifteenth U. S. infantry. wounded.--A. Kuhlmann, Second Lieutenant, Co. B, First Ohio; Jos. Leiber, Corporal, do., do.; John Hook, do., do., do., A. Snyder, private, Co. C, do.; I. P. Iddings, do., do., do.; H. Brelsford, Corporal, do., do.; Geo. King, private, Co. B, Nineteenth infantry; Mat. Preston, do., Co. E, do. Killed, six; wounded, eight--total, fourteen.
Joseph Leiber (search for this): chapter 230
f his dead, and two mortally wounded, were found on the field; but many other bodies were seen to be carried off by him. We got from him three Springfield muskets and one Harper's Ferry rifle. Appended is a list of killed and wounded. I am your obedient servant, Ed. A. Parrott, Colonel First Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. To Capt. C. A. Stearns, A. A.G. Second Division. Killed.--Jos. A. Matthias, First Sergeant, Co, C, First Ohio; G. W. Ennis, private, do., do.; Henry Wolfstetter, do., do., do.; William Burghartt, do., Co. B, do.; J. W. Barnes, do., Co. C, Nineteenth U. S. infantry; Robert Putnam, Co. A, Fifteenth U. S. infantry. wounded.--A. Kuhlmann, Second Lieutenant, Co. B, First Ohio; Jos. Leiber, Corporal, do., do.; John Hook, do., do., do., A. Snyder, private, Co. C, do.; I. P. Iddings, do., do., do.; H. Brelsford, Corporal, do., do.; Geo. King, private, Co. B, Nineteenth infantry; Mat. Preston, do., Co. E, do. Killed, six; wounded, eight--total, fourteen.
this morning, by the troops under my command, at Dogwalk. As my regiment left camp, the General Commanding apprised me that our rear was threatened by the enemy, and ordered me to march back on the road until I overtook the Nineteenth United States infantry, previously sent out. About half a mile from camp I came up with our troops, on the road to Lawrenceburgh. Major King, Fifteenth United States infantry, had his battalion drawn up in open field, where he commanded the road; Major Carpenter, Nineteenth United States infantry, was to his left, and in the road, which at that point makes an abrupt turn. Being the ranking officer present, I posted the First Ohio behind the crest of a ridge in the skirt of woods to the rear of the open ground, and ordered the battalions of regulars to fall back across the field, and form on the same line, and to the right of the First Ohio. In the mean time Lieut. Guenther had come up with a section of battery H, Fifth United States artille
Edward A. King (search for this): chapter 230
overtook the Nineteenth United States infantry, previously sent out. About half a mile from camp I came up with our troops, on the road to Lawrenceburgh. Major King, Fifteenth United States infantry, had his battalion drawn up in open field, where he commanded the road; Major Carpenter, Nineteenth United States infantry, waof battery H, Fifth United States artillery. Just as our line was formed the enemy appeared, marching by the flank up the hill, in front of where I had found Major King's command. Lieut. Guenther, having got one of his pieces in position, opened with such effect as to check the progress of the enemy, and cause him to fall ba Major Drake at this time reported to me with the Forty-ninth Ohio volunteers, and was sent to a position on the right, and deflected at nearly a right angle to Major King, and was ordered to cover his front and right flank with skirmishers. I have no report from him, but believe there was no firing on his part of the line. Th
Joseph A. Matthias (search for this): chapter 230
ong, mixed infantry and cavalry, with two howitzers, which latter were not used on us. Eleven of his dead, and two mortally wounded, were found on the field; but many other bodies were seen to be carried off by him. We got from him three Springfield muskets and one Harper's Ferry rifle. Appended is a list of killed and wounded. I am your obedient servant, Ed. A. Parrott, Colonel First Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. To Capt. C. A. Stearns, A. A.G. Second Division. Killed.--Jos. A. Matthias, First Sergeant, Co, C, First Ohio; G. W. Ennis, private, do., do.; Henry Wolfstetter, do., do., do.; William Burghartt, do., Co. B, do.; J. W. Barnes, do., Co. C, Nineteenth U. S. infantry; Robert Putnam, Co. A, Fifteenth U. S. infantry. wounded.--A. Kuhlmann, Second Lieutenant, Co. B, First Ohio; Jos. Leiber, Corporal, do., do.; John Hook, do., do., do., A. Snyder, private, Co. C, do.; I. P. Iddings, do., do., do.; H. Brelsford, Corporal, do., do.; Geo. King, private, Co. B, Ninete
rs to fall back across the field, and form on the same line, and to the right of the First Ohio. In the mean time Lieut. Guenther had come up with a section of battery H, Fifth United States artillery. Just as our line was formed the enemy appeared, marching by the flank up the hill, in front of where I had found Major King's command. Lieut. Guenther, having got one of his pieces in position, opened with such effect as to check the progress of the enemy, and cause him to fall back undith skirmishers. I have no report from him, but believe there was no firing on his part of the line. The guns of Lieut. Guenther commanded the road in front of our centre, so as to check any advance along it, and the enemy's main attack was direack, as the firing was not resumed until our <*>oops had again taken up the march toward Maxville. The section of Lieut. Guenther's battery was handled with the usual vigor and skill of that accomplished officer, and was very effective in checkin
C. A. Stearns (search for this): chapter 230
was about two thousand five hundred to three thousand strong, mixed infantry and cavalry, with two howitzers, which latter were not used on us. Eleven of his dead, and two mortally wounded, were found on the field; but many other bodies were seen to be carried off by him. We got from him three Springfield muskets and one Harper's Ferry rifle. Appended is a list of killed and wounded. I am your obedient servant, Ed. A. Parrott, Colonel First Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. To Capt. C. A. Stearns, A. A.G. Second Division. Killed.--Jos. A. Matthias, First Sergeant, Co, C, First Ohio; G. W. Ennis, private, do., do.; Henry Wolfstetter, do., do., do.; William Burghartt, do., Co. B, do.; J. W. Barnes, do., Co. C, Nineteenth U. S. infantry; Robert Putnam, Co. A, Fifteenth U. S. infantry. wounded.--A. Kuhlmann, Second Lieutenant, Co. B, First Ohio; Jos. Leiber, Corporal, do., do.; John Hook, do., do., do., A. Snyder, private, Co. C, do.; I. P. Iddings, do., do., do.; H. Brels
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