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nia, Va. 13
Savage Station, Va. 21 Cold Harbor, Va. 10
First Fredericksburg, Va. 1 Petersburg, Va., 1864 2
Marye's Heights, Va. 1 Charlestown, W. Va. 11
Banks's Ford, Va., May 4, 1863 10 Opequon, Va. 13
Franklin's Crossing, Va., June 6, 1863 4 Cedar.
Creek, Va. 12
Funkstown, Md., July 10, 1863 7 Fall of Petersburg, Va. 4
Picket duty 1
Present, also, at Williamsburg, Golding's Farm; White Oak Swamp; Crampton's Gap; Antietam; Salem Heights; Gettysburg; Rappahannock engaged, numbering 12 officers and 262 men. At the latter action it fought in Oglesby's (2d) Brigade, Davies's (2d) Division, Army of West Tennessee.
The regiment remained at Corinth during the eight months subsequent to that battle; then, on June 6, 1863, it moved to Pocohontas, Tenn., where it guarded the railroad for a few months.
In January, 335 of the men reenlisted, and went home on the customary veteran furlough granted in such cases.
The Twelfth started on the Atlanta campaign, May 9,