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Winchester, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 18
er. Private Timothy Leary, leg. Private James Flannigan, leg. Private George Wright. Private Philip Dunn, leg. Private James Welch. Co. F.Sergeant Charles K. Hazen, slight. Corporal Benjamin E. Fogg, hand. Corporal John N. Robinson, leg. Corporal Nelson E. Knights, leg. Private James Doherty, arm. Private William M. Curtis, neck. Private William Gardner, leg. Private Seth M. Harris, shoulder. Private John McCann, leg. Private Joseph S. Gifford, arm (died Sept. 25th at Winchester, Va.) Private Joseph C. James, leg. Private William Smith, shoulder. Private Frederick P. Turner, head. Co. G.First Lieutenant John P. Reynolds, Jr., ankle and elbow. First Sergeant Joseph Marshall, shoulder. Sergeant Jeremiah C. Cronan, hand. Sergeant John P. Condon. Corporal Frederick Chandler, leg. Private Jeremiah Corbett, shoulder. Private Charles S. Pearson, foot. Private James McCarty, thigh and arm. Private John McCarty, foot. Private Jesse K. Sherwell, leg. Private Jo
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 18
ly preserved the lines from being permanently broken. The report of the Adjutant General of Massachusetts says of Col. Hinks: As soon as he observed the flank attack, which had caused the division tgun or color was lost during these battles. Official list of casualties in the Nineteenth Massachusetts regiment at the battle of Antietam, September 17, 1862. killed in action or died of woundbituary notices of the most complimentary character appeared in the Boston dailies and other Massachusetts papers. Said the Daily Advertiser, He commanded the Eighth Regiment through the three-monen. Sedgwick to Gov. Andrew after the battle of Antietam, (see Report of Adjutant General of Massachusetts, pp. 181-3:— To His Excellency John A. Andrew, Governor of the Commonwealth of MassachuCommonwealth of Massachusetts,—. . . . . . I have already forwarded through the military channels a list of officers and soldiers who were distinguished for gallantry and good conduct, recommending them for promotion, and I
Bolivar, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 18
e. Private George Wright. Private John Doherty. Co. F.Private Mark Tiernan. Co. G.Sergeant William Tibbetts. Private Thomas F. Costello. Total missing 14 men. captured: Co. C.Corporal Sewall S. Kent. Private George H. Patch. Private Edward Doyle, wounded (soon paroled.) Total captured, 3 men. Recapitulation. Killed1 Officer13 men Wounded7 Officer98 men Missing14 men Prisoners3 men 8 Officers128 Men. Signed by Wm. R. Driver, Acct. Adjt. 19 Mass. Regt. Bolivar, Va., Sept. 27, 1862. The losses of Sumner's Second Corps were as follows: First DivisionSecond DivisionThird Division 1st Brigade,3141st Brigade,7401st Brigade,510 2nd Brigade5402nd Division5452nd Brigade529 3rd Brigade3053rd Division8983rd Brigade582 115921831621 First Division,1159 Second Division2183 Third Division1621 Total loss of Sumner's Second Corps4963 The losses in the Third Brigade, of the Second Corps, consisting of the 19th, 20th Massachusetts, 7th Michigan,
Frederick, Md. (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 18
nt William Stone, shoulder. Corporal Daniel W. Bryant, leg (died Oct. 5th, 1862.) Corporal David B. Jellison, thigh. Private John A. Cheney, hand. Private Edward W. Morrill, hip. Private John Barry, face. Private John Donovan, ankle. Private Jacob T. Hazen, breast (died Oct. 10th, 1862.) Private Jeremiah Danforth, groin. Co. D.Corporal Alexander Beach, hand. Private Mark A. Harris, thigh. Private William H. Goodrich, back. Private William Young, abdomen (died July 7, 1863, at Frederick, Md.) Private John Cavanaugh, knee. Co. E.Sergeant James Buchanan, body, dangerously. Corporal and acting color sergeant, Peter O'Rourke, leg. Corporal Patrick Wallace, head, severely. Corporal Henry K. Martin, arm, severe. Private Michael Sullivan, thigh. Private Edward Doherty. Private Daniel Delay, shoulder. Private Timothy Leary, leg. Private James Flannigan, leg. Private George Wright. Private Philip Dunn, leg. Private James Welch. Co. F.Sergeant Charles K. Hazen, sligh
Jack (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 18
ed forward on the double-quick to its place in the line, reaching it before the Brigade had cleared the belt of woods. It was an illustration of the influence of example by a leader, the power of discipline and of the command of a familiar voice. The Brigade moved on out of the woods and over a field strewn with the dead and wounded of both armies. During this advance, First Lieut. Reynolds, of Company G, stumbled over a dead Confederate color sergeant. He stooped and snatched the Cross Jack or Saltier from the staff, made it into a ball and passed it to the orderly of Col. Hinks as a trophy, then hurrying on with the regiment. He never saw the flag afterward and no one now knows what became of it. On the opposite side of the field was Hagerstown Turnpike, and a little to the left of the line was a small building, the Dunker church. On one side of this turnpike lay rows of Union dead,—in some instances taking in every man in the line—while on the opposite side lay the dead C
Edgar Marshall Newcomb (search for this): chapter 18
was always an example in courage, endurance, good nature and gentlemanly deportment. Probaby no commander was more loved when living or sincerely mourned when dead by his men than was Capt. Geo. W. Bachelder. Colonel Devereux says of him: What a noble life went out in his country's cause when he died. Small in stature, but how grand a man! He was beloved not only by the men of his own company, but by everyone in the regiment. The command of Company C then devolved upon Second Lieut. Edgar M. Newcomb, who was soon promoted to be First Lieutenant for his bravery in this action. Capt. Henry A. Hale, Lieut. Albert Thorndike, Lieut. John P. Reynolds, Jr. and Lieut. Elisha A. Hinks were wounded. At an early part of the fight Lieut. Reynolds was wounded in the ankle and was ordered to the rear by Lieut. Col. Devereux. He hobbled back to his company, however, and stayed long enough to receive another wound, this time in the elbow of his sword arm. Col. Devereux said later, joki
Horace Graves (search for this): chapter 18
the Potomac from the battles of South Mountain, Crampton's Gap and Antietam, while not a single gun or color was lost during these battles. Official list of casualties in the Nineteenth Massachusetts regiment at the battle of Antietam, September 17, 1862. killed in action or died of wounds: Co. C.Captain George W. Bachelder. Co. B.Private John L. Foss. Private Joseph H. Pearson. Co. D.Corporal Clarence I. Tucker. Private William B. Wright. Co. E.Corporal John C. Foss. Private Horace Graves. Private Dennis Barry. Private Patrick Hurley. Co. F.Private Martin Lyons. Co. G.Private Francis Cassidy. Private James J. Hayes. Private Peter Collins. Co. I.Sergeant Edward Leach. Private Alexander Grant. Total 1 officer, 14 men. wounded: Colonel Edward W. Hinks, arm and body, severely. Lieut. Col. Arthur F. Devereux, wrist, slight. Major Edmund Rice, thigh. Co. A.Sergeant Isaac N. Adams (since died). Corporal Gorham Coffin, slight. Private William W. Holmes,
William Stone (search for this): chapter 18
Co. B.Captain Henry A. Hale, face, severe. First Lieutenant Elisha A. Hinks, breast contusion. Corporal Adolphus W. Greeley, face. Private William H. Bean, breast, and arm. Private George B. Carlton, dangerously. Private Hollowell R. Dunham, foot. Private Jeremiah Logan, thigh. Private Robert E. Rich, leg. Private George W. Cain, leg. Private Rufus H. Cole, Jr. Private James G. Kent, face, slight. Private Stephen J. Younger, neck. Private Michael Riley, hip. Co. C. First Sergeant William Stone, shoulder. Corporal Daniel W. Bryant, leg (died Oct. 5th, 1862.) Corporal David B. Jellison, thigh. Private John A. Cheney, hand. Private Edward W. Morrill, hip. Private John Barry, face. Private John Donovan, ankle. Private Jacob T. Hazen, breast (died Oct. 10th, 1862.) Private Jeremiah Danforth, groin. Co. D.Corporal Alexander Beach, hand. Private Mark A. Harris, thigh. Private William H. Goodrich, back. Private William Young, abdomen (died July 7, 1863, at Frederick
John McCann (search for this): chapter 18
hael Sullivan, thigh. Private Edward Doherty. Private Daniel Delay, shoulder. Private Timothy Leary, leg. Private James Flannigan, leg. Private George Wright. Private Philip Dunn, leg. Private James Welch. Co. F.Sergeant Charles K. Hazen, slight. Corporal Benjamin E. Fogg, hand. Corporal John N. Robinson, leg. Corporal Nelson E. Knights, leg. Private James Doherty, arm. Private William M. Curtis, neck. Private William Gardner, leg. Private Seth M. Harris, shoulder. Private John McCann, leg. Private Joseph S. Gifford, arm (died Sept. 25th at Winchester, Va.) Private Joseph C. James, leg. Private William Smith, shoulder. Private Frederick P. Turner, head. Co. G.First Lieutenant John P. Reynolds, Jr., ankle and elbow. First Sergeant Joseph Marshall, shoulder. Sergeant Jeremiah C. Cronan, hand. Sergeant John P. Condon. Corporal Frederick Chandler, leg. Private Jeremiah Corbett, shoulder. Private Charles S. Pearson, foot. Private James McCarty, thigh and ar
Andrew Vinton (search for this): chapter 18
thead, arm and leg. Private William B. Fisher, thigh. Private Patrick Sullivan, back. Private Bartholomew Crowley, back. Co. H.First Lieutenant Albert T. Thorndike, stomach, severe Private George H. A. Ball, thigh. Private Samuel Driver, thigh. Private John A. Williams, foot. Private Thomas Bridges, leg. Private Stephen McReady, contusion. Co. I.Sergeant John Powers, leg. Private Nathaniel B. Jordan, breast. Private William McCracken, arm. Private John T. Ross, leg. Private Andrew Vinton, hand. Private Lawrence Carey, arm. Private Charles A. Hall, thigh. Private Michael McCue, thigh. Private Lorenzo P. Nickerson, hand. Private Thomas A. Sweetser, knee. Co. K.Sergeant William A. McGinnis, breast, severe. Sergeant Charles A. Haley, hand, slight. Private Joseph W. Cosgrove, slight. Private Samuel E. Vial. Private William A. McKenna, Private Robert Williams. Total 7 officers, 97 men. missing: Co. B.Private Varnum H. Rogers. Co. C.Private Charles Tibb
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