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Francis M. Howes (search for this): chapter 11
r 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 quarters. Serg't Geo. H. Putnam went on three days leave to appear before Colored Bureau, Washington, D. C. April 7. Serg't George F. Gould went on 10 days furlough to Boston. J. W. Wilson reported to quarters. Lance Serg't James S. Bailey promoted to sergeant and Lance Corp. Francis M. Howes to Corp. to date Mar. 19, 1864. Lance Serg't George H. Day promoted to Serg't to date March 1, 1864. April 8. Norman H. Butterfield and Chas E. Osborne reported for duty from Convalescent Camp. They were previously dropped from the rolls under provision of G. O. No. 3, Art'y Headquarters A. O. P. series 1863. One horse shot by order Capt. J. H. Sleeper, the stiver (?) water having run out thereby rendering him perfectly useless. Removed from Brandy Station to 2nd Corps near St
Leroy E. Hunt (search for this): chapter 11
John Ramsdell and Francis Loham reported for duty. Four horses unserviceable. Jan. 7. Corp'l John H. Stevens and Leroy E. Hunt reported to quarters. Privates Sulham, Ewell and Wilson, re-enlisted veteran volunteers, started on 35 days furloughtached service to Artillery Brigade Headquarters. Feb. 25. George W. Stetson reported to quarters. Feb. 26. Privates Leroy E. Hunt and Richard Martin reported for duty, Alvin Thompson to quarters. Feb. 27. Private Thompson reported for duty.Artificer A. D. Bacon, W. Y. Gross and C. A. Mason reported to quarters. March 26. Asa Richardson reported to duty, L. E. Hunt reported to quarters. Charles Slack absent without leave. March 27. James Peach and A. D. Bacon reported to duty a. 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. Hayden, Wm. Moran, Win. E.
red 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 quarters. Jan. 5. Privates Jacob B. Sulham, Henry I. Ewell, and Everett J. Wilson were re-enlisted by Lieut. Asa Smith for Tenth Mass. Battery for 3 years from Jan. 4, 1864. Mustered out and re-mustered into the U. S. Vols. service this 5th day Jan'y 1864. Jan. 6. Private John Ramsdell and Francis Loham reported for duty. Four horses unserviceable. Jd 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 furlough for 10 days. Feb. 17. Lieut. Asa Smith started on furlough for 15 days and Private Chas. E. Bruce for 10 days. Feb. 18. Privates J. E. Carter, J. L. Schwartz and Charles Thompson reported to quarters. Feb. 19. Privates Thompson, John T. Goodwin and J. P. Brown reported to q
Henry J. Hunt (search for this): chapter 11
ade of our corps took place under the observation of Generals Meade, French, and Hunt, December 23d, and again by Gen. French, February 23d. February 6th, orders cam Warren was placed in charge of the Fifth; and Gen. John Sedgwick, the Sixth. Gen. Hunt, Chief of Artillery of the Army, having left Capt. Sleeper to elect which corveral brigades of Artillery of the Army are now under Captains. [Signed] Henry J. Hunt, Brig. Gen'l, 3rd Army Corps. Headquarters 1st Div., 3rd Corps, Jan'y 7,cur fully in all that the Chief of Artillery of this Corps, Col. Platt, and Generals Hunt and French say concerning Capt. Sleeper, 10th Mass. Battery. He has servt, vice Sergeant Geo. H. Putnam relieved. Dec. 5. Corp'l John H. Stevens and Hunt reported to quarters. One horse died last night. Private Samuel J. Bradllee reCorp'ls Currant and Stevens reported for duty. Dec. 15. Corp'l Smith and Private Hunt reported for duty. Harmon Newton to quarters. Serg't Putnam left on 15 day
M. R. Patrick (search for this): chapter 11
ufficiently roomy to accommodate the regular boarders, but would not admit of much company at the same time. The more fastidious or ingenious added to the internal convenience by improvised floors, tables, cupboards, pegs, etc., so far as the limited space would permit. Our neighbors in this camp were Battery B, First New Jersey Regiment, on our left, and Battery K, Fourth Regulars, Battery E, First Rhode Island Regiment and the Fourth Maine Battery, consecutively, on our right, with Gen. Patrick and his provost guard already alluded to, in the rear. On a little knoll at our left-front, in a cluster of pines, stood Artillery Brigade Headquarters, while a full half-mile farther, in plain view, stood a large, square, white house, occupied by Gen. French as Corps Headquarters. Life in winter camp was pretty much the same throughout the army. Tales of battle told by comrades from other regiments, who called to renew old acquaintances, beguiled a part of the time. Some of the men
Judson Stevens (search for this): chapter 11
rolls. March 6. Serg't Townsend reported to quarters. Privates Schwartz, Thompson, Thresher and Edwards reported for duty. March 7. Private Wm. H. Fitzpatrick appointed Q. M. Serg't March 3, 1864. Privates Jos. Sheridan, M. Campbell, Judson Stevens, and Chas. Thompson reported to quarters. Artificer D. R. Stowell on furlough of 10 days. March 8. Privates Jos. Sheridan, F. Mins, and A. E. Wright reported to duty. Wm. Rawson and Geo. W. Stetson reported to quarters. One mule receive10 days leave. Serg't Geo. M. Townsend and Private Rawson reported to quarters. March 10. Serg't Geo. M. Townsend and Private Thresher reported to quarters. One horse died of inflammation of bowels. March 11. Privates L. W. Adams and Judson Stevens reported for duty. Jos. Sheridan and R. C. Wright to quarters. Private Charles Slack went on 10 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
J. L. Schwartz (search for this): chapter 11
. 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. 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 and one mule. Corp'l B. F.rted for duty. Feb. 14. Corp'l A. B. Parker and John Snelling reported to quarters. Feb. 15. 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 startedards (?) reported to quarters. Received notice of discharge of Joseph A. Hooper, dropped from the rolls. March 6. Serg't Townsend reported to quarters. Privates Schwartz, Thompson, Thresher and Edwards reported for duty. March 7. Private Wm. H. Fitzpatrick appointed Q. M. Serg't March 3, 1864. Privates Jos. Sheridan, M. C
William M. Bastable (search for this): chapter 11
red out and re-mustered into the U. S. Vols. service this 5th day Jan'y 1864. Jan. 6. Private John Ramsdell and Francis Loham reported for duty. Four horses unserviceable. Jan. 7. Corp'l John H. Stevens and Leroy E. Hunt reported to quarters. Privates Sulham, Ewell and Wilson, re-enlisted veteran volunteers, started on 35 days furlough. Jan. 8. Corp'l Stevens reported for duty. Jan. 9. Received this P. M. from Brig. General Devens as recruits privates Michael B. O'Neil, Wm. M. Bastable, 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
James S. Bailey (search for this): chapter 11
ted for duty. Feb. 21. Private John T. Goodwin reported to quarters. Private J. S. Bailey started on 10 days furlough. Feb. 22. Private Asa L. Gowell reported duty. Alonzo N. Merrill reported to quarters. Lieut. Smith and Corp'l James S. Bailey, Jr., returned from furlough. Private Michael O'Neil placed under confinemendays furlough to Boston. J. W. Wilson reported to quarters. Lance Serg't James S. Bailey promoted to sergeant and Lance Corp. Francis M. Howes to Corp. to date Marowell and Joseph Cross reported to quarters. Sergeants Geo. H. Putnam and James S. Bailey reduced to the ranks. Corp'ls A. B. Parker and C. W. Doe promoted sergean, Dan'l McAllister, H. Orcutt, John Ramsdell reported to duty. James Kay, James S. Bailey to quarters. April 24. John H. Knowland, Chas. Chase reported to duty. . 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, ex
Charles Osborne (search for this): chapter 11
y rendering him perfectly useless. Removed from Brandy Station to 2nd Corps near Stevensburg, Va. April 9. Joseph Cross reported to quarters. Serg't Geo. H. Putnam returned from furlough. John Millett and James D. Smith reported to quarters. April 10. Artificer D. R. Stowell and Joseph Cross reported to quarters. Sergeants Geo. H. Putnam and James S. Bailey reduced to the ranks. Corp'ls A. B. Parker and C. W. Doe promoted sergeants. Private Asa Richardson promoted Corp. and C. E. Osborne promoted Lance Corporal vice Lance Corporal J. H. Knowland reduced to the ranks. One horse received from Lieut. Case. April 12. John Pedrick reported from furlough. April 13. A. A. Blandin, Artif. A. D. Bacon, Geo. H. Putnam and A. B. Spooner reported to quarters. April 14. J. P. Brown, E. D. Thresher reported to quarters. April 15. S. H. Johnson and A. A. Blandin detailed to wagon train. April 16. J. Ellworth, D. McAllister, L. W. Adams, A. F. Southworth reported to qu
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