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Whitehall (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 123
aj. Francis L. Lee and was mustered out May 31, 1862. Volunteering for nine months service it completed its organization at Readville, Mass., as the 44th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, and was mustered into the United States service Sept. 12, 1862, Major Lee of the 4th Battalion becoming colonel. It left the State October 22 for New Berne, N. C., and was assigned to Colonel Stevenson's brigade. It engaged soon after its arrival in the Tarboroa expedition and met the enemy at Rawles' Mills November 2. It took part in the expedition to Goldsboroa in December, received losses at Whitehall and was in reserve at Goldsboroa. It occupied headquarters at New Berne until March, 1863. Companies B and F under Captain Storrow were sent on picket duty to Batchelder's Creek, where they remained until May 1. The remainder of the regiment left for Washington, N. C., March 15 and occupied the town during the siege. Returning, it reached New Berne April 24 and remained on provost duty until
Washington, N. C. (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 123
aj. Francis L. Lee and was mustered out May 31, 1862. Volunteering for nine months service it completed its organization at Readville, Mass., as the 44th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, and was mustered into the United States service Sept. 12, 1862, Major Lee of the 4th Battalion becoming colonel. It left the State October 22 for New Berne, N. C., and was assigned to Colonel Stevenson's brigade. It engaged soon after its arrival in the Tarboroa expedition and met the enemy at Rawles' Mills November 2. It took part in the expedition to Goldsboroa in December, received losses at Whitehall and was in reserve at Goldsboroa. It occupied headquarters at New Berne until March, 1863. Companies B and F under Captain Storrow were sent on picket duty to Batchelder's Creek, where they remained until May 1. The remainder of the regiment left for Washington, N. C., March 15 and occupied the town during the siege. Returning, it reached New Berne April 24 and remained on provost duty until
New Bern (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 123
of the 44th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, was organized at Boston, May 27, 1862, to serve during the pleasure of the President. It was commanded by Maj. Francis L. Lee and was mustered out May 31, 1862. Volunteering for nine months service it completed its organization at Readville, Mass., as the 44th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, and was mustered into the United States service Sept. 12, 1862, Major Lee of the 4th Battalion becoming colonel. It left the State October 22 for New Berne, N. C., and was assigned to Colonel Stevenson's brigade. It engaged soon after its arrival in the Tarboroa expedition and met the enemy at Rawles' Mills November 2. It took part in the expedition to Goldsboroa in December, received losses at Whitehall and was in reserve at Goldsboroa. It occupied headquarters at New Berne until March, 1863. Companies B and F under Captain Storrow were sent on picket duty to Batchelder's Creek, where they remained until May 1. The remainder of the regiment
United States (United States) (search for this): chapter 123
–96969798989695979897–973 Totals,–––––––––––––1,016 The 4th Battalion Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, the nucleus of the 44th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, was organized at Boston, May 27, 1862, to serve during the pleasure of the President. It was commanded by Maj. Francis L. Lee and was mustered out May 31, 1862. Volunteering for nine months service it completed its organization at Readville, Mass., as the 44th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, and was mustered into the United States service Sept. 12, 1862, Major Lee of the 4th Battalion becoming colonel. It left the State October 22 for New Berne, N. C., and was assigned to Colonel Stevenson's brigade. It engaged soon after its arrival in the Tarboroa expedition and met the enemy at Rawles' Mills November 2. It took part in the expedition to Goldsboroa in December, received losses at Whitehall and was in reserve at Goldsboroa. It occupied headquarters at New Berne until March, 1863. Compan
aj. Francis L. Lee and was mustered out May 31, 1862. Volunteering for nine months service it completed its organization at Readville, Mass., as the 44th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, and was mustered into the United States service Sept. 12, 1862, Major Lee of the 4th Battalion becoming colonel. It left the State October 22 for New Berne, N. C., and was assigned to Colonel Stevenson's brigade. It engaged soon after its arrival in the Tarboroa expedition and met the enemy at Rawles' Mills November 2. It took part in the expedition to Goldsboroa in December, received losses at Whitehall and was in reserve at Goldsboroa. It occupied headquarters at New Berne until March, 1863. Companies B and F under Captain Storrow were sent on picket duty to Batchelder's Creek, where they remained until May 1. The remainder of the regiment left for Washington, N. C., March 15 and occupied the town during the siege. Returning, it reached New Berne April 24 and remained on provost duty until
Francis L. Lee (search for this): chapter 123
Forty-fourth regiment Massachusetts Infantry (Militia). Col. Francis L. Lee. Field and Staff.Line.companies.Unassigned Recruits.Totals. ABCDEFGHIK Number on regimental rolls,— Officers,934–––––––––––43 Enlisted men, Including non-commissioned staff.5–96969798989795979898–975 Totals,–––––––––––––1,018 Enlisted men us of the 44th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, was organized at Boston, May 27, 1862, to serve during the pleasure of the President. It was commanded by Maj. Francis L. Lee and was mustered out May 31, 1862. Volunteering for nine months service it completed its organization at Readville, Mass., as the 44th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, and was mustered into the United States service Sept. 12, 1862, Major Lee of the 4th Battalion becoming colonel. It left the State October 22 for New Berne, N. C., and was assigned to Colonel Stevenson's brigade. It engaged soon after its arrival in the Tarboroa expedi
Thomas Greeley Stevenson (search for this): chapter 123
ilitia, was organized at Boston, May 27, 1862, to serve during the pleasure of the President. It was commanded by Maj. Francis L. Lee and was mustered out May 31, 1862. Volunteering for nine months service it completed its organization at Readville, Mass., as the 44th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, and was mustered into the United States service Sept. 12, 1862, Major Lee of the 4th Battalion becoming colonel. It left the State October 22 for New Berne, N. C., and was assigned to Colonel Stevenson's brigade. It engaged soon after its arrival in the Tarboroa expedition and met the enemy at Rawles' Mills November 2. It took part in the expedition to Goldsboroa in December, received losses at Whitehall and was in reserve at Goldsboroa. It occupied headquarters at New Berne until March, 1863. Companies B and F under Captain Storrow were sent on picket duty to Batchelder's Creek, where they remained until May 1. The remainder of the regiment left for Washington, N. C., March 15 a
October 22nd (search for this): chapter 123
itia, the nucleus of the 44th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, was organized at Boston, May 27, 1862, to serve during the pleasure of the President. It was commanded by Maj. Francis L. Lee and was mustered out May 31, 1862. Volunteering for nine months service it completed its organization at Readville, Mass., as the 44th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, and was mustered into the United States service Sept. 12, 1862, Major Lee of the 4th Battalion becoming colonel. It left the State October 22 for New Berne, N. C., and was assigned to Colonel Stevenson's brigade. It engaged soon after its arrival in the Tarboroa expedition and met the enemy at Rawles' Mills November 2. It took part in the expedition to Goldsboroa in December, received losses at Whitehall and was in reserve at Goldsboroa. It occupied headquarters at New Berne until March, 1863. Companies B and F under Captain Storrow were sent on picket duty to Batchelder's Creek, where they remained until May 1. The remainde
May 31st, 1862 AD (search for this): chapter 123
ed above) serving elsewhere within regiment.–––––––––––––– Actual total of members of regiment,— Officers,934–––––––––––43 Enlisted men, Including non-commissioned staff.5–96969798989695979897–973 Totals,–––––––––––––1,016 The 4th Battalion Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, the nucleus of the 44th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, was organized at Boston, May 27, 1862, to serve during the pleasure of the President. It was commanded by Maj. Francis L. Lee and was mustered out May 31, 1862. Volunteering for nine months service it completed its organization at Readville, Mass., as the 44th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, and was mustered into the United States service Sept. 12, 1862, Major Lee of the 4th Battalion becoming colonel. It left the State October 22 for New Berne, N. C., and was assigned to Colonel Stevenson's brigade. It engaged soon after its arrival in the Tarboroa expedition and m
November 2nd (search for this): chapter 123
Maj. Francis L. Lee and was mustered out May 31, 1862. Volunteering for nine months service it completed its organization at Readville, Mass., as the 44th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, and was mustered into the United States service Sept. 12, 1862, Major Lee of the 4th Battalion becoming colonel. It left the State October 22 for New Berne, N. C., and was assigned to Colonel Stevenson's brigade. It engaged soon after its arrival in the Tarboroa expedition and met the enemy at Rawles' Mills November 2. It took part in the expedition to Goldsboroa in December, received losses at Whitehall and was in reserve at Goldsboroa. It occupied headquarters at New Berne until March, 1863. Companies B and F under Captain Storrow were sent on picket duty to Batchelder's Creek, where they remained until May 1. The remainder of the regiment left for Washington, N. C., March 15 and occupied the town during the siege. Returning, it reached New Berne April 24 and remained on provost duty until
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