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mselves able and faithful in the discharge of duty, there remains the consolation that they died gloriously in the defence of as righteous a cause as a man could fight for. I have also to report Major Savage, wounded twice and a prisoner; Captains Quincy and Russell, prisoners; Surgeon Leland, wounded slightly while attending wounded men on the field; First Lieutenant Robeson and Second Lieutenants Grafton, Oakey and Browning, wounded — the latter severely, and Second Lieutenant Miller, missrge Hunt, arm; John C. Johnston, severely and missing; David F. Mack, hand, very slight; Samuel A. Matthews, thigh; John Newcomb, hip; Michael O'Brien, both legs seriously, leg since amputated; Michael O'Donnell, and Joseph Stone. Missing: Capt. S. M. Quincy. Company F--Wounded: Lieut. T. R. Robeson, shot through wrist; Corp. Marsh, breast, not serious; privates, Morrissy, lost forefinger of right hand; French, back, slight; Moore, back, slight. Company G--Killed : Captain Richard Cary, S
mselves able and faithful in the discharge of duty, there remains the consolation that they died gloriously in the defence of as righteous a cause as a man could fight for. I have also to report Major Savage, wounded twice and a prisoner; Captains Quincy and Russell, prisoners; Surgeon Leland, wounded slightly while attending wounded men on the field; First Lieutenant Robeson and Second Lieutenants Grafton, Oakey and Browning, wounded — the latter severely, and Second Lieutenant Miller, missrge Hunt, arm; John C. Johnston, severely and missing; David F. Mack, hand, very slight; Samuel A. Matthews, thigh; John Newcomb, hip; Michael O'Brien, both legs seriously, leg since amputated; Michael O'Donnell, and Joseph Stone. Missing: Capt. S. M. Quincy. Company F--Wounded: Lieut. T. R. Robeson, shot through wrist; Corp. Marsh, breast, not serious; privates, Morrissy, lost forefinger of right hand; French, back, slight; Moore, back, slight. Company G--Killed : Captain Richard Cary, S
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George H. Gordon, From Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain, Chapter 1: from Massachusetts to Virginia. (search)
d. The numbers of enlisted men on the date of their arrival at camp were as follows:-- Captain AbbottfullMay 11. Captain Coggswell75 menMay 14. Captain Savage42 menMay 14. Captain Whitney78 menMay 14. Captain Underwood82 menMay 15. Captain Quincy80 menMay 20. I find among my papers a sheet, on one side of which, in my own handwriting, is a list of all the proposed officers of the regiment, from the colonel to the last second lieutenant, and on the other side a statement of the condition of the companies, as follows: Abbott, full; Quincy, probably full; Savage, 80; Curtis, 80; Cary (Lowell men), 80; Underwood, 82; Tucker, 33; Goodwin, not noted; Whitney, full; Cogswell, full. The date of this paper (unfortunately it is a matter of surmise) must have been later than the fourteenth of May, for then, by the history of the Second, Captain Savage had but 42 men; but the whole record showed such numbers of enlisted men on the ninth of May, that an encampment became a neces
228, 229. After the battle or battles of Chancellorsville, General Hooker especially complimented in orders the conduct of the 2d Mass. Infantry (Col. S. M. Quincy), as did also Brig.-Gen. Thos. Ruger, its brigade commander. In a prolonged contest, with successive lines of Confederate troops brought up to attack them, this brush and a regular handto-hand fight, as one officer says; and they had to protect themselves with their bayonets long after their ammunition was exhausted. Colonel Quincy is among those complimented as having displayed great bravery and handled their regiments with skill. Col. S. Colgrove, commanding the 27th Indiana in this b them. Official War Records, 39, pp. 709-712. General Ruger also compliments Lieutenant-Colonel Cogswell (severely wounded) and Major Mudge of the 2d Mass. Colonel Quincy's own modest report is in Official War Records, 39, p. 714. It is interesting to notice that the remarkable qualities of Col. N. A. Miles (then of the 61s
408 Purnell, William, 408 Purtell, John, 408 Putnam, A. P., 408 Putnam, Cyrus, 543 Putnam, F. J., 543 Putnam, G. L., 403 Putnam, H. S., 86, 87 Putnam, J. A., 475 Putnam, R. W., 543 Putnam, S. H., 32, 39, 47, 123, 136, 142 Putnam, S. L., 408 Putnam, Silas, 543 Putnam, W. A., 476 Putnam, W. L., 35, 55, 476 Putnam, W. T., 408 Putney, H. M., 494 Putney, N. S., 408 Q. Quantrell, W. C., 67 Quash, John, 543 Quigley, William, 408 Quimbly, John, 408 Quimby, O. B., 408 Quincy, S. M., 68, 82, 92, 96, 198 Quinlan, James, 476 Quinlan, Murty, 65 Quinlan, Patrick, 408 Quinley, R. H., 408 Quinn, Charles, 408 Quinn, James, 543 Quinn, John, 21st Mass. Inf., 494 Quinn, John, 27th Mass. Inf., 476 Quinn, Martin, 408 Quinn, Michael, 408 Quint, A. H., 12, 151 Quirk, M. J., 543 R. Rabbit, Patrick, 476 Rabenan, Ludwig, 408 Rackliffe, J. S., 476 Radigan, John, 543 Rae, C., 543 Rafferty, Frank, 408 Rafferty, J. H., 55, 408 Rafferty, John, 544 Raftis, Richar