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Lookout Mountain, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
division, Chattanooga, Tenn., October 7, 1863. No. 51—(305) Mentioned in General Hindman's report of Chickamauga, September 20, 1863. (307) Five wounded, Chickamauga. (315) Mentioned by Patton Anderson. (329) Captain Garrity's report of Chickamauga. (351) Mentioned in Slaughter's report of Chickamauga. No. 55—(675, 677) Ordered to report from Lookout Point to General Anderson, November 23, 1863. (725, 728) Mentioned in reports of Gen. John C. Brown and Capt. M. Van Den Corput, Lookout Mountain, November 24, 1863. No. 56—(620, 808, 827, 886) In Hindman's division, 90 present, December 14, 1863. No. 58—(589) In Hindman's division, January 20, 1864. (821) In Hood's corps, February 29th. No. 59—(687) Organized, March 4, 1861; present for duty, March 29, 1864, 94. (698-700) Service of officers. Garrity made captain, January 1, 1863; engaged in the following battles: Shiloh, Farmington, Munfordville, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge. (
Lick Skillet (Alabama, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
pentier's Battery. No. 53—(515) Featherstone's brigade, Loring's division, army of Mississippi, August 20, 1863. No. 56—(757). No. 57—(332). No. 58—(520, 584). No. 59—(604, 659) Assignment as above, to March, 1864. (863) Assignment as above, April 30th, but reported as in Myrick's battalion, Stevenson's division, April 24th. No. 74—(875) Mentioned in report of General Loring, near New Hope church, May 13, 1864. (994) Mentioned under Lieutenant Jenks, in report of Gen. G. J. Pillow, Oxford, Ala., June 30th. No. 75—(656) Mentioned in Loring's division, about May 1, 1864. No. 78—(791, 811 , 887) With General Adams, central Alabama, August and September, 1864. No. 79—(865) With Maj. H. C. Semple, October, 1864. (872) Effective total, 64, at Mobile. (876) In Burnett's command, Maury's army, November 1st. No. 94—(633) With Major Semple, Maury's army, December 1, 1864. No. 101—(681) Mentioned, 70 strong, at Mobile, January 30, 1865. No. 103
Missionary Ridge, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
nfordville, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge. Here halt its force was captured, and t it lost six men. It also lost heavily at Missionary Ridge. It was commended for gallant service in Murfreesboro, Hoover's Gap, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge; 5 killed. (731) Effective, 102 present fd for gallantry. It also lost heavily at Missionary Ridge; moved with Hood into Tennessee, and was ille, Murfreesboro, Dug Gap, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Ringgold, and lost heavily at Resaca, At (707, 708) General Wright, in report of Missionary Ridge, says: Captain Kolb's guns were served wi heavily at Murfreesboro, Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge, fought continuously in the Atlanta campaled, 13 wounded. (331) Commanded by Deas, Missionary Ridge, October 9th. (338, 343) Mentioned by Coltart and Manigault, Missionary Ridge. (460-463) Highly commended in affairs of September 20th, by unded; Chickamauga, 3 killed, 19 wounded; Missionary Ridge, 7 killed, 21 wounded. No. 74—(643, et[4 mor
Port Royal, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
(Called Hardaway's Jeff Davis.) (650) Gen. D. H. Hill's division, July 23d. (690) Two guns burst during Seven days battles. Vol. XIX, Part 1—(809, 836) In D. H. Hill's division, Maryland campaign. (838) Mentioned, Captain Barnwell's report. (1024) Mentioned, D. H. Hill's report of operations, July 23d to September 17th. Vol. XIX, Part 2—(143) Commended, Gen. J. E. B. Stuart's report. Vol. Xxi—(36, 37) Highly commended in D. H. Hill's report of retreat of Yankee gunboats from Port Royal, Va., December 4, 1862. These gunboats, 4 in number, carried 21 guns, and had a complement of some 500 men. Hardaway opened upon them with his Whitworth gun, at a distance of 3 miles, and kept up his pitting until dark, when they fled down the river. This same gun of Hardaway's, at Upperville, drove entirely off the field a Yankee battery of artillery, a large force of cavalry and infantry, at a distance of 3 miles. Hill calls Hardaway the best practical artillerist I have seen in
Spanish Fort (Alabama, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
Chickamauga, Chattanooga and Missionary Ridge in Cheatham's corps, and sometimes with heavy loss. It was in Maury's artillery reserves in 1865, and fought at Spanish Fort, losing two men; finally surrendered at Meridian. Capt. Wm. H. Ketchum resigned and was succeeded in January, 1863, by Capt. James Garrity, who was wounded atreater part of the war in the reserve artillery, it saw extremely hard service, being continually in demand. It was in the army of Mobile during the siege of Spanish Fort. At the end of the war it was transferred to Mississippi, where it surrendered. Lieut. G. H. Hargrove was wounded at Nashville. Lieuts. A. C. Hargrove and John A. Caldwell were wounded at Spanish Fort. Extracts from official war Records. Vol. X, Part 2—(461, 549) In Chalmers' brigade, Corinth, April and May, 1862. Vol. XVII, Part 2—(632) In General Walker's brigade, Tupelo, June 30, 1862. Vol. XX, Part 2—(448) In reserve artillery, Murfreesboro, December 12, 1862.
Jackson (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
command of Capt. J. B. Hutchisson, at or near Mobile. Extracts from official war Records. Battery A. No. 38—(936) Featherstone's brigade, May 30, 1863, Jackson, Miss. (1041) Same assignment, July 30th. (1050) Mentioned by Maj. L. Hoxton, near Morton, Miss., August 8th. Battery C. No. 37—(326) Under Lieut. J. R. Sclater, Uniontown in the spring of 1862; was in Slaughter's, and afterward Cantey's, brigade, army of Mobile, during the summer of 1863. In January, 1864, it was at Jackson, Miss., commanded by Captain Selden. It was transferred to Walthall's division, army of Tennessee, and in June, 1864, was commanded by Lieut. Chas. W. Lovelace. ItIn Cantey's brigade, Mobile, August 10th; one section, called Selden's, at Pollard. No. 58—(547, 548) Called Selden's, in department of Gulf; headquarters, Jackson, Miss., January 1, 1864. (582) Mentioned among troops in department of Gulf. No. 74—(646) In Cantey's division, army of Mississippi, June 10, 1864.
Choctaw Bluff (Alabama, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
d out of position, losing 150 killed and wounded. The remainder was captured and the men sent to Elmira, N. Y., where one-half of them died of small-pox. The officers were sent to Fort Warren. The remnant of the battalion was transferred to Choctaw Bluff, March, 1865, and surrendered with the army of Mobile. Lieutenant-Colonel Forsyth was the first commander. He resigned, and was succeeded by Lieut.-Col. James T. Gee, who was captured at Fort Morgan. Maj. J. M. Cary and Capts. F. S. Ferguson No. 77—(428) At Fort Gaines, August 3, 1864. No. 78—(678, 752) Page's brigade, with General Maury, June to August, 1864. No. 84—(230) Mentioned by Col. Albert Myer, July, 1864, 400 men at Fort Morgan. No. 103—(1045) Transferred to Choctaw Bluff, March 10, 1865. (1047) Detachment under Lieut. P. Lee Hammond, in army of Mobile. Second battalion of artillery. Battery A of this battalion, under the command of Capt. Stephen Charpentier, served in the defenses of Mobile
Munfordville (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
ithers' reserve corps, in the summer of 1863, and was engaged at Munfordville, Perryville, Wildcat gap, and Murfreesboro, where it lost twentytioned in General Chalmers' report, September 12 to 17, 1863, Munfordville, Ky. (982, 983) Seven wounded, Munfordville, report of Lieutenant Munfordville, report of Lieutenant Garrity. (985, 986) Mentioned in White's and Finley's reports of Munfordville. Vol. XVI, Part 2—(764) In Chalmers' brigade, August 20, 186Munfordville. Vol. XVI, Part 2—(764) In Chalmers' brigade, August 20, 1862. (817) At Glasgow, Ky., September 12th. Vol. XVII, Part 2—(633) Withers' reserve corps, June 30, 1862. Vol. XX, Part 2—(430, 431) Prey 1, 1863; engaged in the following battles: Shiloh, Farmington, Munfordville, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge. (731) Effective, nt through the Kentucky campaign, and was engaged at Perryville, Munfordville, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge. Here halt its 's army, April to May, 1862. Vol. XVI, Part 1—(983) Battle at Munfordville, September 16, 1862. Vol. XVI, Part 2—
Marietta (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
ed and wounded. It was ordered to Deas' brigade in July, 1863, and sent from Lookout Point to Gen. Patton Anderson, November, 1863. It fought at Chickamauga, Chattanooga and Missionary Ridge in Cheatham's corps, and sometimes with heavy loss. It was in Maury's artillery reserves in 1865, and fought at Spanish Fort, losing two men; finally surrendered at Meridian. Capt. Wm. H. Ketchum resigned and was succeeded in January, 1863, by Capt. James Garrity, who was wounded at Murfreesboro and Marietta. Lieut. Philip Bond, who commanded the battery in the summer of 1864, was killed at Jonesboro. Lieut. Maynard Hassell was killed near Atlanta. Extracts from official war Records. Vol. X, Part 1—(13) Mentioned by General Gladden, March 12, 1862. (382) In Preston Pond's brigade, army of Mississippi, April 6th and 7th. (468) Mentioned in General Bragg's report of Shiloh. (471-474) Mentioned by General Ruggles. (516-519) Highly commended in Colonel Pond's report: Captain Ketchum
Preston Pond (Vermont, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
eserves in 1865, and fought at Spanish Fort, losing two men; finally surrendered at Meridian. Capt. Wm. H. Ketchum resigned and was succeeded in January, 1863, by Capt. James Garrity, who was wounded at Murfreesboro and Marietta. Lieut. Philip Bond, who commanded the battery in the summer of 1864, was killed at Jonesboro. Lieut. Maynard Hassell was killed near Atlanta. Extracts from official war Records. Vol. X, Part 1—(13) Mentioned by General Gladden, March 12, 1862. (382) In Preston Pond's brigade, army of Mississippi, April 6th and 7th. (468) Mentioned in General Bragg's report of Shiloh. (471-474) Mentioned by General Ruggles. (516-519) Highly commended in Colonel Pond's report: Captain Ketchum exhibited throughout the whole a degree of skill and courage which mark him as an artillery officer of the highest merit; in fact, the safety of my command is due to him. (523) Mentioned in Col. Marshall J. Smith's report. (525) Also in Colonel Looney's report. (527-531)
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