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Stevensburg (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 11
place Friday, April S. That day we bade a final adieu to our blazing fireplaces and roofless stockades, and removed to Stevensburg,—a desolate little town five miles distant, around which the Second Corps was encamped,—and pitching our shelters on tn the plain below us; and Friday the 22d it came. On our way to participate in it we passed through the settlement of Stevensburg. It bore sad marks of desolation. The houses were battered and crumbling; some of them were occupied with goods belompressing the General favorably, the Captain breaks from the right into column and we gallop back to camp. While at Stevensburg an event occurred in our newly adopted corps which, being the first of the kind we had witnessed, made a lasting imprever (?) water having run out thereby 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 Jam
Brandy Station (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 11
Chapter 9: December 4, 1863, to May 3, 1864. At Brandy Station winter quarters and Army life in them reorganization of the Army Dissolution of the Third Corps we join the Second Corps Corps review hanging scene. The attention of the army was now occupied in settling itself comfortably in winter-quarters about Brandy Station. For miles in all directions sprang up the tented villages and cities, as regiments, brigades, or divisions pitched their white canvas or built their were corduroyed, and they even boasted sidewalks similarly constructed. A comprehensive photograph of their camp at Brandy Station, in the winter of 1863– 64, would be a valuable feature in any history of the army to which this corps belonged. Iorder Capt. J. H. Sleeper, the stiver (?) water having run out thereby 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 fr
Baltimore, Md. (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 11
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 Inspector General Jan. 17. Privates Nesbitt and Maxwell and Artificer Stowell reported to quarters. Jan. 19. Privates Nesbitt and Maxwell reported for duty. Corporal Currant and Private Hill rep
Washington (United States) (search for this): chapter 11
Feb. 2. Corp'ls Geo. A. Smith, Win. B. Lemmon and Privates Maxwell and Waldo Pierce sent to general hospital, Washington, D. C. Corp'l B. F. Parker started on 10 days furlough for Boston. Feb. 3. Privates John Nesbitt and Thomas W. Strand r. 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 0. E. D. Thresher reported to quarters; J. E. Mugford to duty. John Millett, James Peach sent to General Hospital, Washington, D. C. April 21. H. Orcutt, John Ramsdell, O. Wheelock, J. T. Goodwin reported to quarters. April 22. Corp. B. C. Cl 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.
Waldo Pierce (search for this): chapter 11
orps. Dec. 8. One horse died, worn out. Corp'l John H. Stevens and privates Endicott and Orcutt reported for duty. Waldo Pierce reported to quarters. Corp'l Luther L. Estabrook is promoted Corporal (Gunner)? to (late from Nov. 1st, 1863, vice Sh. Serg't Putnam left on 15 days furlough for Lewiston; John F. Baxter for Boston on 10 days furlough. Received from Capt. Pierce 12 horses; turned over to him 7 horses. Dec. 16. H. Newton reported for duty. John H. Stevens reported to quarters. 1. Received one mule from Rufus K. Case. Feb. 2. Corp'ls Geo. A. Smith, Win. B. Lemmon and Privates Maxwell and Waldo Pierce sent to general hospital, Washington, D. C. Corp'l B. F. Parker started on 10 days furlough for Boston. Feb. 3. Prrted 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.
Michael B. O'Neil (search for this): chapter 11
an. 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 fo 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 Woodfin discharged for promotion by S. O. No. 113 War Dept. March 20. L. Ham and H. B. Beals reported to duty. Michael B. O'Neil released from arrest. March 21. Michael Haley reported for duty. Francis Loham and H. B. Beals reported to qua March 30. Joseph W. Hayden, Wm. Moran, Win. E. Hooper, Michael Haley, Pierce T. Hill, Jas. L. Schwartz, John Handlin, M. B. O'Neil, T. A. Carter, M. M. Bastable, A. W. Smith, J. Sanderson, J. H.. Carr, R. C. Wright, M. Campbell, temporarily transfer
A. E. Wright (search for this): chapter 11
s (?) 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. 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 received from Capt. E. J. Strong, A. G. March 9. Lieut. Wm. G. Rollins went to Boston, Mass., on 10 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
John Ramsdell (search for this): chapter 11
the rolls. Dec. 9. One horse unserviceable. John Ramsdell reported to quarters. Dec. 10. Corp'ls Win. 18. Corp'ls Stevens and Smith report for duty; John Ramsdell, duty. Harmon Newton, reported to quarters. Dec. 23. Thomas Ellworth reported for duty. John Ramsdell reported to quarters. Dec. 24. John RamsdellJohn Ramsdell reported to quarters. Thomas Ellworth, do., Frank Loham duty. Dec. 25. Reported to quarters, Samuel Paine service this 5th day Jan'y 1864. Jan. 6. Private John Ramsdell and Francis Loham reported for duty. Four hpital, Washington, D. C. April 21. H. Orcutt, John Ramsdell, O. Wheelock, J. T. Goodwin reported to quarters3. James Ellworth, Dan'l McAllister, H. Orcutt, John Ramsdell reported to duty. James Kay, James S. Bailey toJohn H. Knowland, Chas. Chase reported to duty. John Ramsdell and R. G. Gilley reported to quarters. April orderly with horse and equipments. April 27. John Ramsdell, James S. Bailey, Jr., reported to duty. Chas.
George A. Pierce (search for this): chapter 11
l B. F. Parker started on 10 days furlough for Boston. Feb. 3. Privates John Nesbitt and Thomas W. Strand reported to quarters. Feb. 4. Lieut. H. H. Granger and Private Chas. 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.
Daniel McAllister (search for this): chapter 11
Lieut. H. H. Granger and Private Chas. 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. PrivaMcAllister 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) recruit 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 quarters. Nine horses condemned by Lieut. Rhodes, Inspector. Franklin A. Macomber joined recruits (?). April 17.
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