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Baltimore, Md. (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 57
ered into camp at the Relay House May 11. While here Colonel Munroe resigned on account of illness and was succeeded by Edward W. Hincks. On July 3 it moved to Baltimore, remaining there until the termination of its service, July 29. In response to the call for nine months troops, which was made in the autumn of 1882, the regimenoke Island, two companies joining them in February. On June 28, 1863, the regiment was ordered to Massachusetts to be mustered out, but on the 30th was sent to Baltimore; on July 7 it marched to Maryland Heights, and on the 12th, joined by the detached companies from Roanoke Island, it moved with the Army of the Potomac to the Rat returned to Massachusetts and was mustered out August 7. In July, 1864, it was mustered in for one hundred days; this term of service it spent in camp near Baltimore, Md., doing guard and hospital duty. It prepared for its return to Massachusetts on October 28; and Nov. 10, 186, it was mustered out of service for the last time
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 57
ached Washington April 26 and was mustered into the United States service April 30; it was ordered into camp at the Relay House May 11. While here Colonel Munroe resigned on account of illness and was succeeded by Edward W. Hincks. On July 3 it moved to Baltimore, remaining there until the termination of its service, July 29. In response to the call for nine months troops, which was made in the autumn of 1882, the regiment again went into service, and November 25 it left the State for North Carolina, encamping at New Berne upon its arrival. Two companies were detached in December and served at Roanoke Island, two companies joining them in February. On June 28, 1863, the regiment was ordered to Massachusetts to be mustered out, but on the 30th was sent to Baltimore; on July 7 it marched to Maryland Heights, and on the 12th, joined by the detached companies from Roanoke Island, it moved with the Army of the Potomac to the Rappahannock. On July 29 the regiment returned to Massachuse
Maryland Heights (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 57
s service, July 29. In response to the call for nine months troops, which was made in the autumn of 1882, the regiment again went into service, and November 25 it left the State for North Carolina, encamping at New Berne upon its arrival. Two companies were detached in December and served at Roanoke Island, two companies joining them in February. On June 28, 1863, the regiment was ordered to Massachusetts to be mustered out, but on the 30th was sent to Baltimore; on July 7 it marched to Maryland Heights, and on the 12th, joined by the detached companies from Roanoke Island, it moved with the Army of the Potomac to the Rappahannock. On July 29 the regiment returned to Massachusetts and was mustered out August 7. In July, 1864, it was mustered in for one hundred days; this term of service it spent in camp near Baltimore, Md., doing guard and hospital duty. It prepared for its return to Massachusetts on October 28; and Nov. 10, 186, it was mustered out of service for the last time.
Vicksburg (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): chapter 57
100 days,— Officers,––––––––––––– Enlisted men,––––––––––––– Orders for the mustering of the 8th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, were received April 15, 1861, and the regiment left the State April 18, one company from the 7th Infantry, M. V. M., and one from the 1st Battalion Infantry being added to its numbers. In command of Col. Timothy Munroe it proceeded to Washington by way of Annapolis, four days being spent at the latter place, and here Co. K was detached for duty at Fort McHenry, Md., and a detach. ment of the regiment also engaged in conveying the frigate Constitution to New York. The remainder of the regiment reached Washington April 26 and was mustered into the United States service April 30; it was ordered into camp at the Relay House May 11. While here Colonel Munroe resigned on account of illness and was succeeded by Edward W. Hincks. On July 3 it moved to Baltimore, remaining there until the termination of i
Annapolis (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 57
–––––– Enlisted men,––––––––––––– 9 months,— Officers,––––––––––––– Enlisted men,––––––––––––– 100 days,— Officers,––––––––––––– Enlisted men,––––––––––––– Orders for the mustering of the 8th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, were received April 15, 1861, and the regiment left the State April 18, one company from the 7th Infantry, M. V. M., and one from the 1st Battalion Infantry being added to its numbers. In command of Col. Timothy Munroe it proceeded to Washington by way of Annapolis, four days being spent at the latter place, and here Co. K was detached for duty at Fort McHenry, Md., and a detach. ment of the regiment also engaged in conveying the frigate Constitution to New York. The remainder of the regiment reached Washington April 26 and was mustered into the United States service April 30; it was ordered into camp at the Rel
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 57
. Two companies were detached in December and served at Roanoke Island, two companies joining them in February. On June 28, 1863, the regiment was ordered to Massachusetts to be mustered out, but on the 30th was sent to Baltimore; on July 7 it marched to Maryland Heights, and on the 12th, joined by the detached companies from Roanoke Island, it moved with the Army of the Potomac to the Rappahannock. On July 29 the regiment returned to Massachusetts and was mustered out August 7. In July, 1864, it was mustered in for one hundred days; this term of service it spent in camp near Baltimore, Md., doing guard and hospital duty. It prepared for its return to M returned to Massachusetts and was mustered out August 7. In July, 1864, it was mustered in for one hundred days; this term of service it spent in camp near Baltimore, Md., doing guard and hospital duty. It prepared for its return to Massachusetts on October 28; and Nov. 10, 186, it was mustered out of service for the last time.
Roanoke Island (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 57
e months troops, which was made in the autumn of 1882, the regiment again went into service, and November 25 it left the State for North Carolina, encamping at New Berne upon its arrival. Two companies were detached in December and served at Roanoke Island, two companies joining them in February. On June 28, 1863, the regiment was ordered to Massachusetts to be mustered out, but on the 30th was sent to Baltimore; on July 7 it marched to Maryland Heights, and on the 12th, joined by the detachedand Heights, and on the 12th, joined by the detached companies from Roanoke Island, it moved with the Army of the Potomac to the Rappahannock. On July 29 the regiment returned to Massachusetts and was mustered out August 7. In July, 1864, it was mustered in for one hundred days; this term of service it spent in camp near Baltimore, Md., doing guard and hospital duty. It prepared for its return to Massachusetts on October 28; and Nov. 10, 186, it was mustered out of service for the last time.
United States (United States) (search for this): chapter 57
April 18, one company from the 7th Infantry, M. V. M., and one from the 1st Battalion Infantry being added to its numbers. In command of Col. Timothy Munroe it proceeded to Washington by way of Annapolis, four days being spent at the latter place, and here Co. K was detached for duty at Fort McHenry, Md., and a detach. ment of the regiment also engaged in conveying the frigate Constitution to New York. The remainder of the regiment reached Washington April 26 and was mustered into the United States service April 30; it was ordered into camp at the Relay House May 11. While here Colonel Munroe resigned on account of illness and was succeeded by Edward W. Hincks. On July 3 it moved to Baltimore, remaining there until the termination of its service, July 29. In response to the call for nine months troops, which was made in the autumn of 1882, the regiment again went into service, and November 25 it left the State for North Carolina, encamping at New Berne upon its arrival. Two com
Timothy Munroe (search for this): chapter 57
8th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, were received April 15, 1861, and the regiment left the State April 18, one company from the 7th Infantry, M. V. M., and one from the 1st Battalion Infantry being added to its numbers. In command of Col. Timothy Munroe it proceeded to Washington by way of Annapolis, four days being spent at the latter place, and here Co. K was detached for duty at Fort McHenry, Md., and a detach. ment of the regiment also engaged in conveying the frigate Constitution to New York. The remainder of the regiment reached Washington April 26 and was mustered into the United States service April 30; it was ordered into camp at the Relay House May 11. While here Colonel Munroe resigned on account of illness and was succeeded by Edward W. Hincks. On July 3 it moved to Baltimore, remaining there until the termination of its service, July 29. In response to the call for nine months troops, which was made in the autumn of 1882, the regiment again went into service, a
Benjamin F. Peach (search for this): chapter 57
Eighth regiment Massachusetts Infantry (Militia), 3 months, 9 months and 100 days service. (3) Col. Frederic J. Coffin (9 months). (4) Col. Benjamin F. Peach, Jr. (100 days). Field and Staff.Line.companies.Totals. ABCDEFGHIK Killed and died of wounds,— 3 months,— Officers,––––––––––––– Enlisted men,––––––––––––– 9 months,— Officers,––––––––––––– Enlisted men,––––––––––––– 100 days,— Officers,––––––––––––– Enlisted men,––––––––––––– Died by accident or disease,— 3 months,— Officers,–1––––––––––1 Enlisted men,––––––––––––– 9 months,— Officers,––––––––––––– Enlisted men,–––22––12––29 100 days,— Officers,––––––––––––– Enlisted men,––––1–––1––24 Died as prisone
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