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L. H. Pierce (search for this): chapter 11
le, James Kay, T. (P)? Hill, John Nesbit. Jan. 10. Private John W. Bailey received furlough for 10 days to visit Canton, Mass. Capt. J. Henry Sleeper received leave of absence to go to Baltimore, Md. Jan. 11. Two horses turned over to Capt. L. H. Pierce A. A. Q. Leroy E. Hunt reported for duty. Jan. 12. One horse died; disease, glanders. Jan. 13. Capt. J. Henry Sleeper returned from furlough. Jan. 16. Lieut. Henry H. Granger returned from furlough. One horse shot, by order Inspec Jan. 24. Win. A. Trefry returned from hospital and reported for duly. Jan. 25. Arthur A. Blandin reported to quarters. Pierce T. Hill reported for duty. Received 8 horses from Lieut. Case, A. A. Q. M., and turned over 15 horses to Capt. L. H. Pierce. Jan. 26. Pierce T. Hill reported to quarters. Two horses shot, by order Dr. Benson, Vet. Surg. 3rd Army Corps. Capt. J. Henry Sleeper starts on leave of absence for Baltimore. Jan. 27. Arthur A. Blandin reported for duty, J. S. Cros
J. S. Cross (search for this): chapter 11
864. Jan. 24. Win. A. Trefry returned from hospital and reported for duly. Jan. 25. Arthur A. Blandin reported to quarters. Pierce T. Hill reported for duty. Received 8 horses from Lieut. Case, A. A. Q. M., and turned over 15 horses to Capt. L. H. Pierce. Jan. 26. Pierce T. Hill reported to quarters. Two horses shot, by order Dr. Benson, Vet. Surg. 3rd Army Corps. Capt. J. Henry Sleeper starts on leave of absence for Baltimore. Jan. 27. Arthur A. Blandin reported for duty, J. S. Cross to quarters. Jan. 28. Joseph Cross and James Dwight reported for duty. M. B. O'Neil reported to quarters. Received 13 recruits from Brig. Gen'l Devens , Long Island, Boston Harbor. Lieut. J. Webb Adams started for Boston on leave of absence for 15 days. Jan. 29. Private Pierce T. Hill reported for duty. Capt. J. Henry Sleeper returned from leave of absence. Jan. 30. Private R. G. Gilley reported to quarters. Alex. W. Holbrook reported for duty. Received 6 mules from Lieut.
N. L. Shaw (search for this): chapter 11
detached service at Artillery Brigade Headquarters, 2nd A. C., as orderly with horse and equipments. April 27. John Ramsdell, James S. Bailey, Jr., reported to duty. Chas. E. Prince reported excused. A. A. Blandin, extra or daily duty as teamster since Mar. 1, 1864. April 28. Four horses received from Capt. W. H. D. Cochrane, A. A. Q. M. April 29. Patrick E. Neagle reported deserter. Received a furlough for 10 days to go to Boston Feb. 16, 1864. Feb. 29, received affidavit of N. L. Shaw, M. D., Mass. Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, that he was under treatment and ordered him to remain for a few days longer. He has not since returned. Dropped as a deserter. April 30. Charles E. Prince sent to Gen'l Hospital, Washington, D. C. John Goodwin, James D. Smith reported to duty. Henry Jones excused. May 1. Richard G. Gilley reported to duty. Alvin Thompson to quarters. May 2. John F. Baxter and John W. Bailey reported to quarters. Henry Jones reported to
Michael Sawyer (search for this): chapter 11
L. Chase reported to quarters. Feb. 5. Private Chas. L. Chase reported for duty. Privates Beal, Brown, Smith (?) and McAllister reported to quarters. Feb. 6. Privates Nesbitt, O'Neil, Pierce, Smith (?) and McAllister reported for duty. M. Sawyer reported to quarters. Feb. 7. Privates A. W. Smith and Geo. A. Pierce reported to hospital. Feb. 9. Private Geo. K. Putnam reported to quarters. Two horses slot by order Dr. Benson, 3rd Corps Headquarters. Feb. 10. T. IV. Strand reported for duty. Goldsmith and Neagle reported to quarters. 0. P. Brown reported for duty. Received twenty-five (25) recruits from depot Long Island, B. H. through Brig. Gen'l Devens. Feb. 11. Privates Geo. K. Putnam, Michael Sawyer reported for duty. Everett J. Wilson returned from furlough and reported for duty. Feb. 12. Private R. C. Wright reported to quarters; P. E. Neagle to duty. Lieut. J. Webb Adams and Private Jacob Sulham returned from furlough and reported for duty. Feb.
Samuel Paine (search for this): chapter 11
. 24. John Ramsdell reported to quarters. Thomas Ellworth, do., Frank Loham duty. Dec. 25. Reported to quarters, Samuel Paine and Albert N. A. Maxwell. Dec. 26. Privates Paine and Maxwell reported for duty. Dec. 27. Privates Paine and MaxPrivates Paine and Maxwell reported for duty. Dec. 27. Privates Paine and Maxwell reported to quarters. Dec. 28. Privates Paine and Ellworth reported for duty. John F. Baxter absent without leave. Dec. 29. Corp'l Geo. A. Smith reported to quarters. Capt. J. Henry Sleeper returned from Boston. Dec. 30. Private AlbePrivates Paine and Maxwell reported to quarters. Dec. 28. Privates Paine and Ellworth reported for duty. John F. Baxter absent without leave. Dec. 29. Corp'l Geo. A. Smith reported to quarters. Capt. J. Henry Sleeper returned from Boston. Dec. 30. Private Albert N. A. Maxwell for duty. Dec. 31. Sergeant George H. Putnam absent without leave. Arrived in camp at 4 P. M. 1864. Jan. 1. Lieut. Henry H. Granger started for Brattleboro, Vt., on 15 days furlough. John Baxter returned from furlough and repPrivates Paine and Ellworth reported for duty. John F. Baxter absent without leave. Dec. 29. Corp'l Geo. A. Smith reported to quarters. Capt. J. Henry Sleeper returned from Boston. Dec. 30. Private Albert N. A. Maxwell for duty. Dec. 31. Sergeant George H. Putnam absent without leave. Arrived in camp at 4 P. M. 1864. Jan. 1. Lieut. Henry H. Granger started for Brattleboro, Vt., on 15 days furlough. John Baxter returned from furlough and reported for duty. Jan. 4. Privates Jacob B. Sulham, Henry L. Ewell and Everett J. Wilson permanently transferred to this Battery for the purpose of reenlistment agreeable to Special Order No. 2 H dq'r s 3rd Army Corps. Francis Loham reported to qua
next morning we hitched in, momentarily expecting to depart, but on what errand we then knew not. It seems that Gen. Butler, believing Richmond had been stripped of its garrison to strengthen Pickett's force in North Carolina, planned a cavalry expedition against it up the Peninsula under Gen. Wistar, while as a diversion in his favor Gen. Sedgwick, then temporarily in command of the army, threw across the Rapidan two divisions of cavalry and two of the Second Corps to occupy the attention of Lee's army. As a precautionary measure for the safety of the troops thus thrown forward, we were ordered to be in readiness. It is scarcely necessary to add that the expedition came to naught; having found its way blocked at Bottom's Bridge, the troops returned to their starting-point, their fortune almost identical with that of the British troops sent to Salem a hundred years before, who, as Trumbull puts it,— . . . . without loss of time or men, Veer'd round for Boston back again, And fo
Edwin F. Damrell (search for this): chapter 11
duty. James Kay, James S. Bailey to quarters. April 24. John H. Knowland, Chas. Chase reported to duty. John Ramsdell and R. G. Gilley reported to quarters. April 25. Oliver Wheelock, Corp. B. C. Clark and James Kay report to duty. E. F. Damrell and Geo. W. Parks reported to quarters. April 26. E. F. Damrell reported to duty. W. E. Northey on detached service at Artillery Brigade Headquarters, 2nd A. C., as orderly with horse and equipments. April 27. John Ramsdell, James S. E. F. Damrell reported to duty. W. E. Northey on detached service at Artillery Brigade Headquarters, 2nd A. C., as orderly with horse and equipments. April 27. John Ramsdell, James S. Bailey, Jr., reported to duty. Chas. E. Prince reported excused. A. A. Blandin, extra or daily duty as teamster since Mar. 1, 1864. April 28. Four horses received from Capt. W. H. D. Cochrane, A. A. Q. M. April 29. Patrick E. Neagle reported deserter. Received a furlough for 10 days to go to Boston Feb. 16, 1864. Feb. 29, received affidavit of N. L. Shaw, M. D., Mass. Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, that he was under treatment and ordered him to remain for a few days longer.
George W. Parks (search for this): chapter 11
0 days furlough. March 12. Serg't Geo. M. Townsend, Privates Foster, Geo. W. Stetson, E. D. Thresher and R. C. Wright reported for duty. Capt. Sleeper absent on leave. Lieut. H. H. Granger reported for duty. Privates James D. Smith and Geo. W. Parks reported for duty from Convalescent Camp. They were previously dropped from the rolls in accordance with General Orders No. 3, Art'y Headquarters A. O. P. March 13. Received three recruits from Draft Rendezvous, Long Island, Boston Harbo James S. Bailey to quarters. April 24. John H. Knowland, Chas. Chase reported to duty. John Ramsdell and R. G. Gilley reported to quarters. April 25. Oliver Wheelock, Corp. B. C. Clark and James Kay report to duty. E. F. Damrell and Geo. W. Parks reported to quarters. April 26. E. F. Damrell reported to duty. W. E. Northey on detached service at Artillery Brigade Headquarters, 2nd A. C., as orderly with horse and equipments. April 27. John Ramsdell, James S. Bailey, Jr., repor
M. M. Pierce (search for this): chapter 11
t. J. Webb Adams and Private Jacob Sulham returned from furlough and reported for duty. Feb. 13. Privates Schwartz, M. M. Pierce and Starkweather reported to quarters; Privates Wright and Beale for duty. Turned over to Capt. J. Strong 3 horses an Corp'ls A. B. Parker and Goldsmith and privates A. W. Smith, Schwartz and Snelling reported for duty. Feb. 16. Private M. M. Pierce reported for duty. Privates Wright and Hunt reported to quarters. Private P. E. Neagle started to Boston on furl 22. Corp. Burnham C. Clark reported to quarters. March 23. Bugler John E. Mugford reported for duty. James Peach, M. M. Pierce and Asa Richardson reported to quarters. March 24. Jos. Sheridan sent to General Hospital, Washington. March 25. Hill and Michael Campbell. March 28. C. A. Mason reported to duty; J. W. Wilson reported to quarters. March 29. M. M. Pierce, W. Y. Gross, L. E. Hunt reported to duty. Private John Pedrick went on furlough of 10 days. March 30. Joseph W. H
Alexander W. Holbrook (search for this): chapter 11
29. Private Pierce T. Hill reported for duty. Capt. J. Henry Sleeper returned from leave of absence. Jan. 30. Private R. G. Gilley reported to quarters. Alex. W. Holbrook reported for duty. Received 6 mules from Lieut. R. K. Case. Jan. 3L Private Richard G. Gilley reported for duty. Feb. 1. Received one mule from Rufusreturned from furlough. April 1. Private Francis Loham reported to duty. Private P. Gallagher, Corp. J. H. Stevens reported to quarters. April 2. Privates Alex. W. Holbrook and Francis Loham reported to quarters. Four horses turned in to Capt. E. J. Strong, sixteen horses received from Lieut. R. K. Case. Private Frank A. Monroe reported for duty from detached service. April 3. Privates Francis Loham and Alex. W. Holbrook reported for duty. Artificer David R. Stowell reported to quarters. April 4. Artificer D. R. Stowell reported for duty. April 5. James Dwight and P. Gallagher reported to duty. Artificer D. R. Stowell reported to quarter
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