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killed, 7; wounded, 55; missing, 14; total 76. Strength of company, 38; present, 17; sick, 7,; wounded, 5; detail, 6; captured, 1; under arrest; 2. Killed, 1; wounded, 1; captured, 5; conspicuous for gallantry, 1. August 21, 1864. All the ambulance men, quarter-master's men, sick, wounded, cooks, &c., of the Regiment, were armed and placed in the trenches to protect Petersburg from an attack. August 24, 1864, took up line of march and proceeded to the rail road, and bivouacked on Armstrong's farm. August 25, engaged the enemy near Reams' Station, on the Petersburg and Weldon Railroad. Battle Reams' Station, August 25. Strength of company, 37; present, 13; sick, 6; wounded, 4; captured, 6; detail, 6; under arrest, 2. August, 26, 1864, returned to camp and remained untill October 26, 1864, when we took up the line of march and proceeded to the Plank Road to Buggles mill, and engaged the enemy on the 27th instant. Battle Burgess' Mill, strength of company, 38; presen
A. M. Archer (search for this): chapter 1.10
unknown, 3; Petersburg, I; Greensville county, i, and Gates county, N. C., 1. Total number of deserters, 35. Deserted at the evacuation of Norfolk in May, 1862, 25; died in hospital, 3; discharged, 3; transferred, I; dropped at reorganization, I; left in hospital, 2; who offered substitutes, 4—40; which left for the field in May, 1862, an effective force of 62 men. On April 29, 1862, the company was detached from the 41st Regiment of Virginia Infantry, and ordered to report to Lieutenant-Colonel Archer, at Boykin's, near Smithfield, and guard the Norfolk and Petersburg Railroad. There it remained until May 27, 1862. May 27, 1862, it was ordered to report to Major Jones' Battery, No. 3, near Richmond, Va., as a reserve to sustain our forces in the event of need at the battle of Seven Pines, &c. June 14th, it was ordered to Battery 10, near Richmond. July 15th, it was ordered to report to Brigadier-General John H. Winder, to do guard duty at Libby Prison, Richmond, Va.
Bateman, Jonathan. Barcroft, George W., left in hospital in Norfolk, sick, May 10, 1862, and never heard from. Butt, William T., mortally wounded May 12, 1864, Spotsylvania Court House, and May 24th in Camp Winder hospital, Richmond. Berkley, Lycurgus, furnished substitute May 6, 1862, substitute deserted May 10th. Cooper, Arthur, died in hospital. Casey, Elvin K., lost an arm May 6, 1864, Wilderness. Casey, James A. Cherry, Elias W., captured July 4, 1863, Gettysburg, aon, Orange and Alexandria R. R., October, 1862; Wm. J. Smith, Richmond, May 21, 1863. Died in Prison: Elias W. Cherry, 1864, sent to hospital at the evacuation of Norfolk, Va.; George W. Barcroft and D. W. Horton. Who offered Substitutes: L. Berkley, Wm. A. Jackson, Augustus Evans, and Joseph Ribble. Discharged from service previous to evacuation Norfolk: Privates Peirce Rodman and Wm. Whitson, and Corporal Geo. Ogelvie. Dropped at the reorganization of the Army: Lieutenant F. N. Ar
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roperty. On September 29, 1862, the enemy advanced, and a part of our regiment, comprising about 200 men, gave them battle and repulsed them. This was at Catlett Station, Orange and Alexandria Railroad. The strength of the company was 59; present for duty, 47; absent, sick, 7; absent on leave, I; absent on detail, 4; total 59. Lieutenant-Colonel William F. Neimeyer at this time ordered the sick from Washington Hospital, about 1,500 in number, to Richmond. Also about this time Colonel V. D. Groner took command as Colonel of the 61st Virginia Infantry, Colonel Samuel M. Wilson having resigned. The regiment proceeded to Fredericksburg as the advance guard of General Lee's army, previous to the battle of Fredericksburg. We were there assigned to General William Mahone's Brigade, and became identified with that command thereafter. At the battle of Fredericksburg, December 11, 12 and 13, 1862, the strength of the company was 58; present, 44; absent, sick, 10; absent on detail,
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d sergeant October 11, 1862, killed July 30, 1864, Crater. Mason, William, killed Cumberland Church, April 7, 1865. Miller, John C. Manning, S. D., died in hospital, September 1862, Petersburg. Marchant, Frank M., promoted Third Lieutenanwell, and John D. White. Wilcox Farm: Captain C. R. McAlpine, lieutenant John Hobday, privates Charles N. Collins, John C. Miller, and Richard White. Wounded. Salem Church: Lieutenant C. W. Murdaugh and sergeant Chas. Evans. Pickett's Chaarm: Captain C. R. McAlpine. Crater: Lieutenant John Hobday, J. D. White, sergeant Richard White. Johnson's Farm: John C. Miller. Roll of honor. Major Charles R. McAlpine, Captain John Hobday, sergeant M. P. Kilgore, privates Elvin K. Casey, Charles N. Collins, John C. Miller, John D. White, Richard White, and Julius Ward. Captured. Sergeant Calvin Peek, October 27, 1864, Burgess' Mill. Sergeant Ammon Peek, October 27, 1864, Burgess' Mill. Sergeant Charles Evans, October
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y. Lieutenant Murdaugh was ever after unfit for duty. (See Order 283, Adjutant and Inspector-General's office.) Sergeant Charles Evans, a gallant soldier, was also wounded. We can never forget the kind treatment we received at the hands of the lad1861, disability. Corporal Calvin L. Peek, promoted sergeant, captured October 27, 1864, and not exchanged. Corporal Charles Evans, wounded May 3, 1863, Chacellorsville, captured August 19, 1864, and not exchanged. Musician Joseph J. Smith, Charles N. Collins, John C. Miller, and Richard White. Wounded. Salem Church: Lieutenant C. W. Murdaugh and sergeant Chas. Evans. Pickett's Charge at Gettysburg: Revil W. Custis, James E. Mears, and one who deserted. Wilderness: Elvin K.ergeant Calvin Peek, October 27, 1864, Burgess' Mill. Sergeant Ammon Peek, October 27, 1864, Burgess' Mill. Sergeant Charles Evans, October 19, 1864, Johnson's Farm. Sergeant Laban T. Godwin, October 19, 1864, Johnson's Farm.. Private Den
n May 1, 1863, were placed in line of battle at McCarthy's farm. Strength of company, 58; present, 46; absent on leave, 1; absent, sick, 4; absent on detail, 7; conspicuous for gallantry, 5. Advanced, and on May 2d and 3d were engaged in the battle of Chancellorsville. Strength of company, 58; present, 45; absent, sick, 5; absent on detail, 7; absent on leave, 1. After the retreat of Hooker's forces, May 3, 1863, at Chancellorsville, we returned toward Fredericksburg, and encountered Sedgewick's Corps near Salem Church. Our regiment acted as the skirmish line for our brigade, our company being held in reserve. In the meantime our brigade was moved to the left of the line, and Sims' Georgia Brigade placed in the position of Mahone's men. The enemy advancing, we were ordered to fall back to our line. Sims' men not being apprised that we were on the skirmish line, opened fire on us, and we were thus between two lines of battle. Strength of company at Salem Church, 58; present,
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ved in camp 1st November, 1864. Went into winter quarters December 7, 1864, and remained inactive untill February 5, 1865. February 6, 1865, Battle of Hatcher's Run. Strength of company, 35; present, 14; absent, sick, 6; captured, 10; detail, 3; on leave, 2. The fight between Petersburg and Appomattox. Roster of Company I, 61st Regiment of Virginia Voluteers. the names of deserters are omitted. Captain Charles R. McAlpine, promoted major, wounded. First Lieutenant F. W, Armistead, dropped at reorganization, May 1862, joined 13th Virginia Cavalry. Second Lieutenant John Hobday, Jr., promoted Captain May 12, 1864, wounded July 30, 1864, Crater, and killed October 27, 1864, at Burgess' Mill. Third Lieutenant C. W. Murdaugh, promoted Captain, October 27th, 1864, wounded May 3, 1863, at Salem Church, (Chancellorsville.) First Sergeant Johm M. Sherwood, surrendered at Appomattox. Second Sergeant Edward C. Shepherd, disabled, detailed for hospital duty.
archant, Frank M., promoted Third Lieutenant, July 29, 1862, promoted First Lieutenant, October 27, 1864. Mears, James E., discharged for disabilities from wounds. Mears, Thomas F., captured May 29, 1864, not exchanged. Nottingham, B. F., died in field hospital, October, 1863, Brandy Station. Porter, Thomas. Powell, Albert, name published for distinguished gallantry at Spotsylvania Court House, May 12, 1864. Pell, Thomas, captured August 19, 1864, and not exchanged. Peek, Ammon, captured October 27, 1864, and not exchanged. Ribble, Joseph, furnished substitute May 6, 1862, substitute deserted May 10th. Rodman, Pierce, discharged September 1861, disability. Sibley, William, captured July 1863, in Pennsylvania, and never heard from. St. George, William E., captured July 2, 1863, Gettysburg, not exchanged. Smith, W. J., died in Richmond May 20, 1863. Tompkins, Joseph. Toppin, Smith, promoted Sergeant, killed July 30, 1864, Crater. White, John D
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Sketch of Company I, 61st Virginia Infantry, Mahone's Brigade, C. S. A. [Furnished for publication by the son of Major Charles R. McAlpine, Mr. Newton McAlpine, Portsmouth, Va.—Ed.] The Rebel Grays were organized June 16, 1861, at the Glebe School-house, Norfolk county, Virginia. Number of men, 63. In August the company was, as Company G, assigned to the 41st Regiment of Virginia Infantry, under the command of Colonel John R. Chambliss, stationed at Ferry Point (now Berkeley). In September, 1861, it was ordered with the regiment to Sewell's Point. In April, 1862, the army was reorganized, and at that and other times there was assigned to this company 39 members, increasing the number to 102. Volunteers, 76; conscripts, 22, and substitutes, 4. From Norfolk county, 68; Portsmouth city, 23; Norfolk city, 2; Suffolk, 3; unknown, 3; Petersburg, I; Greensville county, i, and Gates county, N. C., 1. Total number of deserters, 35. Deserted at the evacuation of Norfolk in May
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