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Rev. James K. Ewer , Company 3, Third Mass. Cav., Roster of the Third Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment in the war for the Union, Company I. (search)
28, 1865, as absent, sick. George Brown, Roxbury, 29, m; Pedler. July 9, 1862. Disch. May 20, 1865. Unof. John Carnes, Roxbury, 18, s; paper-stainer. July 23, 1862. Disch. May 20, 1865. William R. Carnes, Provincetown, 21, s; seaman. July 30, 1862. Disch. disa. Aug. 24, 1863. Edward Carroll——Deserted Aug. 1865. Daniel Certerius, Roxbury, 25, m; cloth sponger. Aug. 18, 1862. Disch. May 20, 1865. Jacob Certerius, Roxbury, 18, s; laborer. July 23, 1862. Disch, May 20, 1865. Unof. Peter Certerius, Roxbury, 42, m; laborer. July 18, 1862. Disch. May 20, 1865. Unof. Amos C. Clapp, South Boston, 40, m; printer. July 1, 1862. John Healey, E. Cambridge, 27, s; laborer. July 21, 1862. Absent sick since Aug. 14, 1864. No further record. Stephen Hermon, Roxbury, 40 m; laborer. July 23, 1862. Disch. disa. March 13, 1863. George O. Hearn, S. Boston, 30, s; laborer, July 18, 1862. Absent without leave since Feb. 1863. John Hess, Roxbury; 40 s
Rev. James K. Ewer , Company 3, Third Mass. Cav., Roster of the Third Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment in the war for the Union, Company K. (search)
rted Dec. 5, 1862. Jonathan S. Paine, Corp. Braintree, 30, m; bootmaker. July 29, 1862. Trans. to V. R.C. Aug. 20, 1863. Lewis W. Potter, Corp. Leyden, 21, s; farmer. July 26, 1862. Killed in action, Oct. 19, 1864, Cedar Creek, Va. Fayett A. Thompson, Corp. Bernardston, 22, s; farmer. July 30, 1862. Disch. May 31, 1865. William A. Bishop, Bugler, Braintree, 42, m; bootmaker. July 29, 1862. Disch. May 30, 1865. Daniel W. Niles, bugler, Braintree, 18, s; bootmaker. July 23, 1862. Disch. May 21, 1865. Unof. Seth W. Bennett, Musician. Abington, 31, m; musician. Aug. 9, 1862. Trans. to Co. K, 33rd Regt. M. V. Inf. and M. O. June 11, 1865. Edward E. Patten, Saddler, Amesbury, 25, s; harness-maker. July 18, 1862. Wounded Oct. 19, 1864. Died of wounds, Nov. 15, 1864. Isaac Raymond, Wagoner, Braintree, 20, s; hostler. July 22, 1862. Disch. May 21, 1865. Unof. John F. Abbee, South Braintree, 18, s; hostler. Feb. 29, 1864. Died, June 22, 1864, Mor
(650) Lieut-Col. C. A. Battle in command, July 23, 1862. Vol. XIX, Part 1—(808) Assigned as abl Wilcox's brigade with Stonewall Jackson, July 23, 1862. Col. Samuel Henry commanding regiment. gn. Col. B. B. Gayle commanding regiment, July 23, 1862. Vol. XIX, Part 1—(261, 302) Mentioned quitt's brigade, Stonewall Jackson's army, July 23, 1862. Col. B. D. Fry in command of regiment. , Johnston's army near Richmond, May 21 to July 23, 1862. Vol. XII, Part 2—(547) Pryor's brigade51) Wright's brigade, Anderson's division, July 23, 1862; Col. James Kent commanding regiment. Verro's brigade, army of Northern Virginia, July 23, 1862, Stonewall Jackson's own division. Vol.ol. XI, Part 3—(648) Taliaferro's brigade, July 23, 1862, Stonewall Jackson's division, army of Noreverely wounded.) Vol. XI, Part 3—(650) July 23, 1862, in Archer's brigade, Jackson's army; Capt Ferry, Captain Hooper, Vol. Xxi—(542) July 23, 1862, Maj. A. S. Van de Graaff, in Archer's bri
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
case. We defy investigation in the history of modern warfare to find anything emanating from a general commanding an army as cowardly and as cruel as this order. Just think of it: The women, children and non-combatants, living within five miles of the rear of an invading army, ordered to protect it from the incursions of the opposing army, or upon failure to do this, whether from inability or any other cause, to forfeit their lives or their property. Again, this same commander, on July 23, 1862, issued the following order: Commanders of army corps, divisions, brigades and detached commands, will proceed immediately to arrest all disloyal male citizens within their lines, or within their reach, in rear of their respective stations. Such as are willing to take the oath of allegiance to the United States, and will furnish sufficient security for its observance, shall be permitted to remain at their homes and pursue, in good faith, their accustomed avocations. Those who refus
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Report of the history Committee (search)
case. We defy investigation in the history of modern warfare to find anything emanating from a general commanding an army as cowardly and as cruel as this order. Just think of it: The women, children and non-combatants, living within five miles of the rear of an invading army, ordered to protect it from the incursions of the opposing army, or upon failure to do this, whether from inability or any other cause, to forfeit their lives or their property. Again, this same commander, on July 23, 1862, issued the following order: Commanders of army corps, divisions, brigades and detached commands, will proceed immediately to arrest all disloyal male citizens within their lines, or within their reach, in rear of their respective stations. Such as are willing to take the oath of allegiance to the United States, and will furnish sufficient security for its observance, shall be permitted to remain at their homes and pursue, in good faith, their accustomed avocations. Those who refus
Gen. D. H. Hill's Division,Gen. Garland's Brigade,near Richmond, July 23d, 1862 A Meeting, composed of the soldiers from Granville county, N. C., was held this day, for the purpose of selecting suitable persons to represent the county of Granville in the ensuing Legislature of North Carolina. Capt. A. D. Peace, 23d N. C. regiment, was appointed Chairman, and Lt. N. A. Gregory, 23d N. C., and W. J. Roberts, 12th N. C., Secretaries. The Chairman appointed the following committee to report resolutions for the action of the meeting: Dr. R. J. Hicks, Lieut, J. T. Bullock, Lieut. G. M. Griffin, Lieut. Wm. F. Overton, K. W. Coghill, John S. Meadows, J. D. Knott, E. L. Flemming, and R. B. Beasley, who reported the following preamble and resolutions, which were unanimously adopted: Whereas,, we will soon have to vote for suitable persons to represent the county of Granville in the ensuing Legislature of North Carolina, and whereas it becomes our duty to select able and true men
[extract,]War Department,Adjt. And Insp. General's office,Richmond,July 23, 1862.General orders, no. 52. III. The employees of Railroad companies are authorized and requested to examine the passes and furloughs of soldiers passing over their roads, and to arrest all deserters and persons absent without leave from the army whenever they may be found on said roads, and to deliver them to an officer of the army at the most convenient post or station, or to lodge them in jail and report their names and regiments to the Adjutant and Inspector General, Richmond. Thirty dollars will be paid for all deserters delivered to an officer, and fifteen dollars for each deserter lodged in jail. No allowance will be made for the expenses of apprehension and transportation. All jailors receiving deserters are requested to detain them. By command of the Secretary of War. (Signed) S. Cooper, jy 25--6t Adjt. and Insp. General.
Camp Farrar's farm,near Richmond,July 23, 1862. all absent members of this company, and those absent at the time of re-organization, subject to the Conscript law, are hereby ordered to report at this camp immediately, or send certificate of an army surgeon of their inability to do so, or they will be advertised as deserters and treated accordingly. H. T. Wilkinson, Lieut. Comd'g Co. E, 2d Reg't Va. Vols. Petersburg Express copy twice. jy 25--4t*
ler. He has issued an order which will, by depriving them of their protectors, lay the families of Confederate citizens in Virginia towns at the mercy of the Yankee troops. The following is his last order: Headquarters army of Virginia, July 23, 1862. General Orders No. 11--Commanders of army corps, divisions brigades, and detached commands, will proceed immediately to arrest all disloyal made citizens within their lines, or within their reach in rear of their respective commands. Sucn the pursuit by Col. Leonidas Metcalfe and Col. Maxwell. We have strong hopes of hearing that his gang has been captured, or, better still, annihilated. Greenville (Mo.) captured — a desperate fight with Heavy loss. St. Louis, Wednesday, July 23, 1862. --A merchant of Fredericktown has arrived here and reports that a desperate fight had taken place at Greenville, Wayne county, Mo., between a band of guerrillas and two companies of State militia stationed at that place. The mili
Quakers — the conscription. --The following correspondence will explain itself. It will be seen that the War Department has no objection to assigning Quakers who are conscripts to such duties in the service as will not require them to shed blood or deprive their fellow men of life: Goldsboro', N. C., July 23, 1862. Dear Sir --A short time since I addressed a note to the Secretary of War, asking if persons belonging to the Society of Friends liable to conscription, could be assigned to duty in hospitals, camps, &c., and received the enclosed letter in reply, which you will please publish for the benefit of those interested. Yours, &c., Wm. T. Dortch. W. W. Holden, Esq. Raleigh, N. C. Confederate States of America, War Department, Richmond, July 19, 1862. Hon. W. T. Dortch, Goldsboro', N. C.: Sir --Your letter of the 14th inst., has been received, in reply you are respectfully informed that the Department has no objection to assign men belonging to
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