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Aldie (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 81
rn Hill July 1, under Capt. David K. Wardwell, and arrived at Harrison's Landing July 2. The regiment was in action near Manassas August 29, and, forming for a time part of the 2d Brigade, moved August 30 to Centreville. It engaged at the battle of Antietam, and took part in the action at Shepherdstown September 20. At Fredericksburg it occupied an advanced position during December 13 and 14. The regiment was engaged at Chancellorsville May 3, 1863, and took part in the cavalry battle at Aldie in June. It was engaged at Gettysburg near Round Top on the afternoon of July 2, and was active on the 3d and 4th. In the autumn it took part at the battle of Rappahannock Station and in the Mine Run campaign, encamping for the winter near Beverly Ford. At the battle of the Wilderness the regiment was closely engaged on May 5 and again May 7, taking part at Laurel Hill and Spotsylvania and engaging at North Anna, Totopotomoy and Bethesda Church. Moving to Petersburg, it took active part
Malvern Hill (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 81
ved by the way of West Point and Cumberland Landing to White House, and May 26 reached Gaines's Mill and encamped, taking part the next day in the battle of Hanover Court House. Assigned to the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 5th Corps, the regiment was engaged at Mechanicsville June 26, taking part the next day in the battle of Gaines's Mill, in which it suffered great loss and in which Colonel Gove was killed, Captain Sampson taking his place in command of the regiment. It was in action at Malvern Hill July 1, under Capt. David K. Wardwell, and arrived at Harrison's Landing July 2. The regiment was in action near Manassas August 29, and, forming for a time part of the 2d Brigade, moved August 30 to Centreville. It engaged at the battle of Antietam, and took part in the action at Shepherdstown September 20. At Fredericksburg it occupied an advanced position during December 13 and 14. The regiment was engaged at Chancellorsville May 3, 1863, and took part in the cavalry battle at Aldi
North Anna (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 81
engaged at Chancellorsville May 3, 1863, and took part in the cavalry battle at Aldie in June. It was engaged at Gettysburg near Round Top on the afternoon of July 2, and was active on the 3d and 4th. In the autumn it took part at the battle of Rappahannock Station and in the Mine Run campaign, encamping for the winter near Beverly Ford. At the battle of the Wilderness the regiment was closely engaged on May 5 and again May 7, taking part at Laurel Hill and Spotsylvania and engaging at North Anna, Totopotomoy and Bethesda Church. Moving to Petersburg, it took active part in the assault of June 18, and engaged afterward in the siege. August 8 the regiment was ordered to City Point for guard duty at the government machine and repair shops, and remained so stationed until the termination of its service, Oct. 5, 1864, when it returned to Massachusetts, reaching Boston October 10, and was mustered out Oct. 17, 1864. Many members of the regiment had re-enlisted, and were assigned to t
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 81
ille May 3, 1863, and took part in the cavalry battle at Aldie in June. It was engaged at Gettysburg near Round Top on the afternoon of July 2, and was active on the 3d and 4th. In the autumn it took part at the battle of Rappahannock Station and in the Mine Run campaign, encamping for the winter near Beverly Ford. At the battle of the Wilderness the regiment was closely engaged on May 5 and again May 7, taking part at Laurel Hill and Spotsylvania and engaging at North Anna, Totopotomoy and Bethesda Church. Moving to Petersburg, it took active part in the assault of June 18, and engaged afterward in the siege. August 8 the regiment was ordered to City Point for guard duty at the government machine and repair shops, and remained so stationed until the termination of its service, Oct. 5, 1864, when it returned to Massachusetts, reaching Boston October 10, and was mustered out Oct. 17, 1864. Many members of the regiment had re-enlisted, and were assigned to the 32d Mass. Infantry.
City Point (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 81
ville May 3, 1863, and took part in the cavalry battle at Aldie in June. It was engaged at Gettysburg near Round Top on the afternoon of July 2, and was active on the 3d and 4th. In the autumn it took part at the battle of Rappahannock Station and in the Mine Run campaign, encamping for the winter near Beverly Ford. At the battle of the Wilderness the regiment was closely engaged on May 5 and again May 7, taking part at Laurel Hill and Spotsylvania and engaging at North Anna, Totopotomoy and Bethesda Church. Moving to Petersburg, it took active part in the assault of June 18, and engaged afterward in the siege. August 8 the regiment was ordered to City Point for guard duty at the government machine and repair shops, and remained so stationed until the termination of its service, Oct. 5, 1864, when it returned to Massachusetts, reaching Boston October 10, and was mustered out Oct. 17, 1864. Many members of the regiment had re-enlisted, and were assigned to the 32d Mass. Infantry.
Chancellorsville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 81
his place in command of the regiment. It was in action at Malvern Hill July 1, under Capt. David K. Wardwell, and arrived at Harrison's Landing July 2. The regiment was in action near Manassas August 29, and, forming for a time part of the 2d Brigade, moved August 30 to Centreville. It engaged at the battle of Antietam, and took part in the action at Shepherdstown September 20. At Fredericksburg it occupied an advanced position during December 13 and 14. The regiment was engaged at Chancellorsville May 3, 1863, and took part in the cavalry battle at Aldie in June. It was engaged at Gettysburg near Round Top on the afternoon of July 2, and was active on the 3d and 4th. In the autumn it took part at the battle of Rappahannock Station and in the Mine Run campaign, encamping for the winter near Beverly Ford. At the battle of the Wilderness the regiment was closely engaged on May 5 and again May 7, taking part at Laurel Hill and Spotsylvania and engaging at North Anna, Totopotomoy a
Cumberland Landing (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 81
State for Washington, and on the 13th was stationed in camp at Hall's Hill, where it remained until the spring of 1862. Col. Henry Wilson resigned Oct. 29, 1861, and Jesse A. Gove, captain of the 10th U. S. Infantry, was appointed in his place. March 21 the regiment sailed for Fortress Monroe, to take part in the Peninsular campaign. It was active in the assault of Yorktown April 5, engaging afterward in the siege; after the surrender of the city it moved by the way of West Point and Cumberland Landing to White House, and May 26 reached Gaines's Mill and encamped, taking part the next day in the battle of Hanover Court House. Assigned to the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 5th Corps, the regiment was engaged at Mechanicsville June 26, taking part the next day in the battle of Gaines's Mill, in which it suffered great loss and in which Colonel Gove was killed, Captain Sampson taking his place in command of the regiment. It was in action at Malvern Hill July 1, under Capt. David K. Wardwe
Yorktown (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 81
ia regiments. The 2d Co. Sharpshooters was attached to the regiment during its service. Oct. 8, 1861, the regiment left the State for Washington, and on the 13th was stationed in camp at Hall's Hill, where it remained until the spring of 1862. Col. Henry Wilson resigned Oct. 29, 1861, and Jesse A. Gove, captain of the 10th U. S. Infantry, was appointed in his place. March 21 the regiment sailed for Fortress Monroe, to take part in the Peninsular campaign. It was active in the assault of Yorktown April 5, engaging afterward in the siege; after the surrender of the city it moved by the way of West Point and Cumberland Landing to White House, and May 26 reached Gaines's Mill and encamped, taking part the next day in the battle of Hanover Court House. Assigned to the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 5th Corps, the regiment was engaged at Mechanicsville June 26, taking part the next day in the battle of Gaines's Mill, in which it suffered great loss and in which Colonel Gove was killed, Capt
West Point (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 81
regiment left the State for Washington, and on the 13th was stationed in camp at Hall's Hill, where it remained until the spring of 1862. Col. Henry Wilson resigned Oct. 29, 1861, and Jesse A. Gove, captain of the 10th U. S. Infantry, was appointed in his place. March 21 the regiment sailed for Fortress Monroe, to take part in the Peninsular campaign. It was active in the assault of Yorktown April 5, engaging afterward in the siege; after the surrender of the city it moved by the way of West Point and Cumberland Landing to White House, and May 26 reached Gaines's Mill and encamped, taking part the next day in the battle of Hanover Court House. Assigned to the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 5th Corps, the regiment was engaged at Mechanicsville June 26, taking part the next day in the battle of Gaines's Mill, in which it suffered great loss and in which Colonel Gove was killed, Captain Sampson taking his place in command of the regiment. It was in action at Malvern Hill July 1, under Ca
Centreville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 81
vision, 5th Corps, the regiment was engaged at Mechanicsville June 26, taking part the next day in the battle of Gaines's Mill, in which it suffered great loss and in which Colonel Gove was killed, Captain Sampson taking his place in command of the regiment. It was in action at Malvern Hill July 1, under Capt. David K. Wardwell, and arrived at Harrison's Landing July 2. The regiment was in action near Manassas August 29, and, forming for a time part of the 2d Brigade, moved August 30 to Centreville. It engaged at the battle of Antietam, and took part in the action at Shepherdstown September 20. At Fredericksburg it occupied an advanced position during December 13 and 14. The regiment was engaged at Chancellorsville May 3, 1863, and took part in the cavalry battle at Aldie in June. It was engaged at Gettysburg near Round Top on the afternoon of July 2, and was active on the 3d and 4th. In the autumn it took part at the battle of Rappahannock Station and in the Mine Run campaign,
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