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Long Island (New York, United States) (search for this): chapter 119
100 days,— Officers,630–––––––––––36 Enlisted men, Including non-commissioned staff.5–95819295909887888490–905 Totals,–––––––––––––941 The 2d Regiment of militia, which volunteered under the call for nine months troops in the autumn of 1862, formed the nucleus of the 42d Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, completing its organization under that name in November. The regiment was ordered to join the Department of the Gulf, and left the State November 21 for the rendezvous at Long Island, N. Y. It left for Mississippi in four detachments early in December. Companies D, G and I under Colonel Burrell, reaching Carrollton on the 17th, were ordered to Galveston, Tex., and, co-operating with the naval forces, established a post on the island. On Jan. 1, 1863, the three companies after repulsing an assault were taken prisoners. Most of the men were paroled February 18 with Chaplain Geo. J. Sanger, unconditionally released, and a paro
Carrollton, La. (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): chapter 119
––––––––941 The 2d Regiment of militia, which volunteered under the call for nine months troops in the autumn of 1862, formed the nucleus of the 42d Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, completing its organization under that name in November. The regiment was ordered to join the Department of the Gulf, and left the State November 21 for the rendezvous at Long Island, N. Y. It left for Mississippi in four detachments early in December. Companies D, G and I under Colonel Burrell, reaching Carrollton on the 17th, were ordered to Galveston, Tex., and, co-operating with the naval forces, established a post on the island. On Jan. 1, 1863, the three companies after repulsing an assault were taken prisoners. Most of the men were paroled February 18 with Chaplain Geo. J. Sanger, unconditionally released, and a parole camp was established at Bayou Gentilly, which they occupied until the termination of their service. Colonel Burrell, Surgeon A. J. Cummings, the officers of companie
Galveston (Texas, United States) (search for this): chapter 119
which volunteered under the call for nine months troops in the autumn of 1862, formed the nucleus of the 42d Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, completing its organization under that name in November. The regiment was ordered to join the Department of the Gulf, and left the State November 21 for the rendezvous at Long Island, N. Y. It left for Mississippi in four detachments early in December. Companies D, G and I under Colonel Burrell, reaching Carrollton on the 17th, were ordered to Galveston, Tex., and, co-operating with the naval forces, established a post on the island. On Jan. 1, 1863, the three companies after repulsing an assault were taken prisoners. Most of the men were paroled February 18 with Chaplain Geo. J. Sanger, unconditionally released, and a parole camp was established at Bayou Gentilly, which they occupied until the termination of their service. Colonel Burrell, Surgeon A. J. Cummings, the officers of companies D, G and I, with Lieutenant Stowell of Company E,
George J. Sanger (search for this): chapter 119
join the Department of the Gulf, and left the State November 21 for the rendezvous at Long Island, N. Y. It left for Mississippi in four detachments early in December. Companies D, G and I under Colonel Burrell, reaching Carrollton on the 17th, were ordered to Galveston, Tex., and, co-operating with the naval forces, established a post on the island. On Jan. 1, 1863, the three companies after repulsing an assault were taken prisoners. Most of the men were paroled February 18 with Chaplain Geo. J. Sanger, unconditionally released, and a parole camp was established at Bayou Gentilly, which they occupied until the termination of their service. Colonel Burrell, Surgeon A. J. Cummings, the officers of companies D, G and I, with Lieutenant Stowell of Company E, were held in prison, where Surgeon Cummings and Lieutenant Bartlett died during the summer. The remaining officers were exchanged July 22, 1864. The other three detachments, having been delayed, reached New Orleans on December
Isaac S. Burrell (search for this): chapter 119
Forty-second regiment Massachusetts Infantry (Militia), the 41st Mass. Infantry became the 3d Mass. Cavalry. 9 months and 100 days service. Col. Isaac S. Burrell (9 months and 100 days). Field and Staff.Line.companies.Unassigned Recruits.Totals. ABCDEFGHIK Number on regimental rolls,— 9 months,— Officers,932–––––––– left the State November 21 for the rendezvous at Long Island, N. Y. It left for Mississippi in four detachments early in December. Companies D, G and I under Colonel Burrell, reaching Carrollton on the 17th, were ordered to Galveston, Tex., and, co-operating with the naval forces, established a post on the island. On Jan. 1, 1863in Geo. J. Sanger, unconditionally released, and a parole camp was established at Bayou Gentilly, which they occupied until the termination of their service. Colonel Burrell, Surgeon A. J. Cummings, the officers of companies D, G and I, with Lieutenant Stowell of Company E, were held in prison, where Surgeon Cummings
A. J. Cummings (search for this): chapter 119
risoners. Most of the men were paroled February 18 with Chaplain Geo. J. Sanger, unconditionally released, and a parole camp was established at Bayou Gentilly, which they occupied until the termination of their service. Colonel Burrell, Surgeon A. J. Cummings, the officers of companies D, G and I, with Lieutenant Stowell of Company E, were held in prison, where Surgeon Cummings and Lieutenant Bartlett died during the summer. The remaining officers were exchanged July 22, 1864. The other threummings, the officers of companies D, G and I, with Lieutenant Stowell of Company E, were held in prison, where Surgeon Cummings and Lieutenant Bartlett died during the summer. The remaining officers were exchanged July 22, 1864. The other three detachments, having been delayed, reached New Orleans on December 29, January 1 and 14, and were reunited and assigned to the 2d Brigade, 2d Division, 19th Corps. With headquarters near Bayou Gentilly on the Ponchartrain Railroad, the regiment, under
nd I under Colonel Burrell, reaching Carrollton on the 17th, were ordered to Galveston, Tex., and, co-operating with the naval forces, established a post on the island. On Jan. 1, 1863, the three companies after repulsing an assault were taken prisoners. Most of the men were paroled February 18 with Chaplain Geo. J. Sanger, unconditionally released, and a parole camp was established at Bayou Gentilly, which they occupied until the termination of their service. Colonel Burrell, Surgeon A. J. Cummings, the officers of companies D, G and I, with Lieutenant Stowell of Company E, were held in prison, where Surgeon Cummings and Lieutenant Bartlett died during the summer. The remaining officers were exchanged July 22, 1864. The other three detachments, having been delayed, reached New Orleans on December 29, January 1 and 14, and were reunited and assigned to the 2d Brigade, 2d Division, 19th Corps. With headquarters near Bayou Gentilly on the Ponchartrain Railroad, the regiment, under
William F. Bartlett (search for this): chapter 119
d I under Colonel Burrell, reaching Carrollton on the 17th, were ordered to Galveston, Tex., and, co-operating with the naval forces, established a post on the island. On Jan. 1, 1863, the three companies after repulsing an assault were taken prisoners. Most of the men were paroled February 18 with Chaplain Geo. J. Sanger, unconditionally released, and a parole camp was established at Bayou Gentilly, which they occupied until the termination of their service. Colonel Burrell, Surgeon A. J. Cummings, the officers of companies D, G and I, with Lieutenant Stowell of Company E, were held in prison, where Surgeon Cummings and Lieutenant Bartlett died during the summer. The remaining officers were exchanged July 22, 1864. The other three detachments, having been delayed, reached New Orleans on December 29, January 1 and 14, and were reunited and assigned to the 2d Brigade, 2d Division, 19th Corps. With headquarters near Bayou Gentilly on the Ponchartrain Railroad, the regiment, under
––––––––– Totals,— 9 months,–––1–11––––––3 100 days,–––––––––––––– Actual total of members of regiment,— 9 months,— Officers,932–––––––––––41 Enlisted men, Including non-commissioned staff.6–95918985838994849289–897 Totals,–––––––––––––938 100 days,— Officers,630–––––––––––36 Enlisted men, Including non-commissioned staff.5–95819295909887888490–905 Totals,–––––––––––––941 The 2d Regiment of militia, which volunteered under the call for nine months troops in the autumn of 1862, formed the nucleus of the 42d Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, completing its organization under that name in November. The regiment was ordered to join the Department of the Gulf, and left the State November 21 for the rendezvous at Long Island, N. Y. It left for Mississippi in four detachments early in December. Compan
The 2d Regiment of militia, which volunteered under the call for nine months troops in the autumn of 1862, formed the nucleus of the 42d Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, completing its organization under that name in November. The regiment was ordered to join the Department of the Gulf, and left the State November 21 for the rendezvous at Long Island, N. Y. It left for Mississippi in four detachments early in December. Companies D, G and I under Colonel Burrell, reaching Carrollton on the 17th, were ordered to Galveston, Tex., and, co-operating with the naval forces, established a post on the island. On Jan. 1, 1863, the three companies after repulsing an assault were taken prisoners. Most of the men were paroled February 18 with Chaplain Geo. J. Sanger, unconditionally released, and a parole camp was established at Bayou Gentilly, which they occupied until the termination of their service. Colonel Burrell, Surgeon A. J. Cummings, the officers of companies D, G and I, with Lieut
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