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Chapter 23: Fredericksburg. December 13, 1862. The morning of Dec. 13, 1862, opened fresh and sharp and the men were up at daybreak. Troops had for eight hour
th Massachusetts regiment took part on the crossing of the Rappahannock, to Fredericksburg, in the open pontoon boats.
It is certain that some few men of the Twentie for gallantry in crossing the river and securing a foothold in the town of Fredericksburg on the evening of the 11th instant.
The crossing of the river in the boa lled steel they hurled them Straight in the rebel's face.
Casualities at Fredericksburg, Dec. 11-13, 1862.
killed in action or died of wounds:
Co. A.Private Fair Oaks, June 30, 1862.
1 First Lieutenant died of wounds received at Fredericksburg.
13 Second Lieutenants promoted First Lieutenants.
2 Second Lieutenan ar M. Newcomb, died Dec.20, 1862, at Falmouth, Va., from wounds received at Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, promoted from Second Lieutenant to First Lieutenant, to date Nov.