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manding Crenshaw's Battery. List of Killed and Wounded referred to in above Report. Private Robert N. Hines, killed instantly on the field. Sergeant Sidney Strother, seriously wounded by shell and minie ball; died during the night at his home in Richmond. Private D. M. Lancaster, wounded in the leg by a shell; leg amputated, and died on fourth July. Private B. V. Graves, wounded in the leg by a shell, and leg amputated ; continues very ill; may probably recover. Corporal Wm. B. Allen, severe wound in the leg by a minie ball. Private M. T. Rides, severely wounded in shoulder by minie ball. Private George T. Young, severely wounded in neck by shrapnell minie ball. Private Marion Knowles, severely wounded in leg by shell. Private Thomas J. Mallory, severely wounded in neck by minie ball. We were fortunate enough to get all of our wounded into the city during the evening and night. W. G. Crenshaw. Report of Colonel Bradley T. Johnson. headqua
4. Mustered out, June 2, 1865. Allen, Pickering D. Second Lieutenant, 3d Mass. Cavalry, Feb. 20, 1862. First Lieutenant, Jan. 1, 1863. Killed at Brashear City, La., June 2, 1863. Allen, W. Irving. See Mass. Field Officers. Allen, William B. First Sergeant, 3d Mass. Heavy Artillery, May 19, 1863. Second Lieutenant, Oct. 14, 1864. Resigned, Jan. 14, 1865. Allen, William B. First Lieutenant, 10th Mass. Infantry, May 19, 1864. Transferred to 37th Mass. Infantry, June 20Allen, William B. First Lieutenant, 10th Mass. Infantry, May 19, 1864. Transferred to 37th Mass. Infantry, June 20, 1864. Mustered out, Oct. 8, 1864. Allen, William C. Captain, 11th Mass. Infantry, June 13, 1861. Dismissed, May 24, 1864 (Letter War Dept., June 29, 1864). First Sergeant, 11th Mass. Infantry, Jan. 20, 1865. First Lieutenant, July 11, 1865; not mustered. Mustered out as First Sergeant, July 14, 1865. Allen, William H. First Lieutenant, 3d Infantry, M. V. M., in service of the U. S., Oct. 1, 1862. Mustered out, June 26, 1863. Alley, Leander F. Second Lieutenant, 20th Mass
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
Allen, G. W., 4 Allen, H. C., 580 Allen, J. A., 236 Allen, J. A. P., 204 Allen, L. P., 457 Allen, N. B., 236 Allen, N. P., 4 Allen, P. D., 236 Allen, R. W., 4 Allen, S. P., 605 Allen, Sarah, 601 Allen, Sherman, 4 Allen, T. O., 204 Allen, W. B., 236 Allen, W. B., 236 Allen, W. C., 236 Allen, W. C., 580 Allen, W. D., 4 Allen, W. E., 580 Allen, W. H., 236 Allen, W. I., 204, 236, 502 Allen, William, 397, 502 Alley, F. C., 4 Alley, J. B., 610 Alley, J. H., 397 Alley, L. F., 2Allen, W. B., 236 Allen, W. C., 236 Allen, W. C., 580 Allen, W. D., 4 Allen, W. E., 580 Allen, W. H., 236 Allen, W. I., 204, 236, 502 Allen, William, 397, 502 Alley, F. C., 4 Alley, J. B., 610 Alley, J. H., 397 Alley, L. F., 236 Alley, W. A., 236 Allls, J. W. C., 580 Allyn, W. B., 236 Almey, G. B., 4 Almy, Allen, 236, 397 Almy, J. W., 4 Almy, Jacob, 397 Almy, Pardon, 237 Almy, Banford, 237 Alston, T. L., 397, 502 Altham, George, 4 Alvord, H, E., 237, 397 Amee, J. L. C., 397 Amee, Jacob, 4 Ames, Adelbert, 610 Ames, Ezra, 580 Ames, Franklin, 397 Ames, G. L., 397, 502 Ames, J. T., 580 Ames, J. W., 167,397,484,503 Ames, N. S., 580 Ames, P. W., 4 Ames, T. E., 204,237,503 Ammen, Daniel, 610 Ammid
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Crenshaw Battery, Pegram's Battalion, Confederate States Artillery. (search)
ely, Thomas Graves, who was afterwards transferred to another service; Thomas Ellett, who in time became its commander, and surrendered as such; Hollis, who afterwards became our first lieutenant; Allegre, one of the noblest and best of soldiers; Allen, there were two of them, Bill, who in time was promoted to the lieutenancy, and Ralph, another one of that jolly throng; and Robert Ellett, that noble boy who gave up his life for the cause, and then, too, that modest, whole-souled soldier, Georgrunning hither and thither, many so shot as to be unfit for service again. The other guns also had suffered much, loosing many wounded, among them young Marion Knowles, shot in the knee, permanently disabled; Ben. V. Graves, who lost a leg; William B. Allen, M. A. Caldwell, Alonzo Phillips, and others, whose names I do not now recall. Such was the part played by this battery in this their first field fight. Immediately after that battle such was the condition of the battery, that it was ord
The young Guard. --In noticing the recent elections in the Young Guard, we omitted to state that private Wm. B. Allen had been elected Fourth Sergeant.
artington, W. T. Smith, T. T. Yager. This list proves the desperate bravery exhibited by the command in the bloody strife.--We learn that Mr. Dawson, a young English man, who came over in the Nashville, volunteered for the engagement, and received a wound while acting most gallantly. The Crenshaw Battery, of this city, (attached to Gregg's brigade,) acted with distinguished gallantry in Friday's battle. The casualties are: Serg't S. Strother and Private Robt Hines, killed; Corporal Wm. B. Allen, Marion Knowles, Geo. Young, Benton Graves, Daniel Lancaster, Thos. Mallory, and Thomas Ryder, wounded. The company lost fully one third of their horses, and had three of their guns disabled. All the pieces were brought off the field, however, though, owing to a lack of horses, some had to be dragged away by hand Casualties in Co. E., 44th Ga. Regiment, engaged before Ellyson's Mills, Thursday evening: Killed--Privates A. Bagwell, J. Lee, E. Davis, R. M. Dawson, J. H. Digby.