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White's Station (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 1
eld all hostilities suddenly ceased, and later in the day the entire army opposed to us surrendered. We remained here while the paroling of the enemy went on, until Saturday, April 15, when we broke camp and began the return march to Petersburg. Sunday, April 16. We reached Farmville in the afternoon, where we received the sad news of President Lincoln's assassination. A gloom rested on the camp that night which will never be forgotten. Friday, April 21. We reached Black's and White's Station in the forenoon. Camp was laid out and a halt made here. During the following days many of the officers and men of the Regiment, who had been in the hands of the enemy since August, returned from the paroled camp. Major F. R. Kinsley was of this number, and the command of the Regiment now devolved upon him. May 1. We broke camp once more and began the march to Washington; passed through Petersburg May 3; through Richmond May 6; over the memorable Fredericksburg battleground May 9
West Fairlee (Vermont, United States) (search for this): chapter 1
13, 1863. Palmer, William D., promoted to corporal; to sergeant; killed in battle May 8, 1864. Parkhurst, Melville C., went out as corporal; promoted to second lieutenant, Company B (Roxbury), September 8, 1864; to first lieutenant January 15, 1865; commissioned captain Company B June 7, 1865; Chief of Police, Somerville; resides at 56 Columbus Avenue, Somerville. Perry, Gideon W., put on special service, September 8, 1864, to May 20, 1865; mustered out June 2, 1865; lives at West Fairlee, Vt. Pinkham, Horace W., discharged December 9, 1862; dead (?). Powers, Robert, killed in battle, May 10, 1864. Roberts, John S., killed in battle August 19, 1864, while carrying the Brigade color. Rollins, Sumner P., a half-brother of Kenneston; died November 22, 1862. Shaw, Henry, detailed to special service (hospital duty), October 3, 1862, to May, 1865; mustered out June 2, 1865; lives at 121 Cross Street, Somerville. Shaw, John B., brother of the above; detailed to s
Ashland (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1
on Street, Boston. He was a good commander, and much beloved by all for his distinguished courage. It only remains to speak of the men of Company E, who, unless otherwise designated, entered service August 12, 1862. Abbott, Jesse B., honorably discharged May 16, 1865; died in Cambridge February 18, 1873. Allen, James M., taken prisoner August 19, 1864; died at Salisbury, N. C., November 23, 1864. Arnold, William J., wounded May 8, 1864; honorably discharged May 20, 1865; died at Ashland in 1905. Baker, William A., went out as corporal; reduced to private, June, 1863; discharged for disability October 26, 1863; died in Cambridge March 25, 1897. Bean, George W., went out as corporal; taken prisoner October 11, 1863; in prison seventeen months; discharged from service May 12, 1865; on the Somerville police force; retired; lives in Cambridge. Belding, Charles H., transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps, March 31, 1864; lives at 1 Oak Terrace, Malden. Benz, August,
Dorchester, N. H. (New Hampshire, United States) (search for this): chapter 1
ergeant; taken prisoner August 19, 1864; escaped; re-captured; finally returned; discharged May 15, 1865; died at Soldiers' Home, Chelsea, July 24, 1898. Kenneston, Elliot, discharged April 21, 1863; died soon after the War. Kinsley, Frederick R., second lieutenant Company I, Fifth Regiment, from May 1 to July 31, 1861; went out as captain of Company E; promoted to major July 13, 1864; promoted to colonel June 7, 1865; taken prisoner August 19, 1864; paroled March, 1865; lives at Dorchester, N. H. (Cheever P. O.). Kinsley, Willard C., enlisted in Company I, Fifth Regiment, from May 1 to July 31, 1861; went out as second lieutenant of Company E; promoted to first lieutenant November 13, 1862; to captain March 30, 1864; wounded June 17, 1864; mortally wounded March 31; died April 2, 1865. Locke, John F., taken prisoner (Salisbury, N. C.) August 19, 1864; returned May, 1865; discharged May 26, 1865; assistant in Public Library, Boston. Lovett, Washington, taken prisoner O
Roxbury, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 1
st successful one the Regiment was engaged in; almost the entire force of the enemy was captured, and their rout was complete. Our loss was comparatively slight. Lieutenant Melville C. Parkhurst was in this engagement, in command of Company B (Roxbury). Sunday, April 2. Soon after daylight the march was taken up towards the north and west. About 2 P. M. the South Side Railroad was crossed, not without some cheering, and after a long march a halt was made for the night near Hickanock Cree9, 1875. Paine, Jeremiah T., died in hospital October 13, 1863. Palmer, William D., promoted to corporal; to sergeant; killed in battle May 8, 1864. Parkhurst, Melville C., went out as corporal; promoted to second lieutenant, Company B (Roxbury), September 8, 1864; to first lieutenant January 15, 1865; commissioned captain Company B June 7, 1865; Chief of Police, Somerville; resides at 56 Columbus Avenue, Somerville. Perry, Gideon W., put on special service, September 8, 1864, to Ma
Dorchester, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 1
the few to remain with the company during its whole period of service; mustered out June 2, 1865; lives at 110 Hudson Street, Somerville. Crowley, Daniel, musician (drummer); was with the company during its whole term of service; mustered out June 2, 1865; lives in Peru, Ill. Cutter, George, deserted June 3, 1863; afterwards seen in a New York Cavalry Regiment. Davis, Amos F., detached for special service; came back to the Company May 26, 1865; mustered out June 2, 1865; lives in Dorchester. Dodge, Albert H., deserted December, 1864; has died since the War; came from Nova Scotia. Dodge, William H., brother of Albert H., discharged for disability May 18, 1865; died twelve years ago. Dusseault, John H., went out as first sergeant; promoted to second lieutenant October 20, 1863; promoted to first lieutenant September 8, 1864; wounded three times, slightly at Spottsylvania; severely wounded August 18, 1864, at Weldon Railroad; discharged December 10, 1864; sealer of weig
Halifax (Canada) (search for this): chapter 1
New York Cavalry Regiment. Davis, Amos F., detached for special service; came back to the Company May 26, 1865; mustered out June 2, 1865; lives in Dorchester. Dodge, Albert H., deserted December, 1864; has died since the War; came from Nova Scotia. Dodge, William H., brother of Albert H., discharged for disability May 18, 1865; died twelve years ago. Dusseault, John H., went out as first sergeant; promoted to second lieutenant October 20, 1863; promoted to first lieutenant Septemb 6, 1865. Gorham, David, promoted to corporal; wounded May 12, 1864; taken prisoner August 19, 1864; died in prison, Salisbury, N. C., December 10, 1864. Graham, William L., came home on five-days' furlough, and deserted June, 1863; from Nova Scotia. Grant, Edward L., on detached service from September 13, 1863, to May 20, 1865, Ordnance Department; mustered out June 2, 1865; lives at 177 Washington Street, Somerville. Gray, Dexter, wounded August 18, 1864; discharged May 17, 1865;
Spottsylvania (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1
railroad (southwest and to our left), a distance of five or six miles, to the Yellow Tavern, or Six-Mile House. Here we found the Rebel pickets, and drove them before us. General Crawford's Division, to which our regiment belonged, After Spottsylvania, May 8 to 20, our brigade was commanded by General Crawford, as General Robinson, our division commander, lost a leg at that time and was obliged to leave the front. General Crawford was the physician at Fort Sumter when it was taken in 1861discharged for disability May 18, 1865; died twelve years ago. Dusseault, John H., went out as first sergeant; promoted to second lieutenant October 20, 1863; promoted to first lieutenant September 8, 1864; wounded three times, slightly at Spottsylvania; severely wounded August 18, 1864, at Weldon Railroad; discharged December 10, 1864; sealer of weights and measures; lives at 42 Sargent Avenue, Somerville. Dyer, Jonathan C., transferred to the Navy April 22, 1864; died in Somerville abou
Fort Wadsworth (New York, United States) (search for this): chapter 1
s ordered. September 30. The Regiment moved from the camp outside into the fort, where it remained till October 16. It then left the rear, and took a position (still on the railroad) one-half mile in front of Duchesne, and one mile from the Globe Tavern. October 26. The Regiment moved to the left and garrisoned Fort Conahey. The whole army made a reconnoisance in force to Hatcher's Run. October 31. Having returned from the Run, the Regiment resumed its position in line near Fort Wadsworth. November 5. Lieutenant-Colonel Tremlett (major of the Thirty-ninth) returned from draft-rendezvous, Boston Harbor, and took command of the Regiment, relieving Nelson. December 1. The state colors, borne by the Regiment since leaving home, were returned to the adjutant-general because they were too worn for use. December 5. The Regiment moved to the rear line, where the Fifth Corps was being massed, and went into camp. December 7. The Corps started on a march on Jerusalem
Annapolis (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 1
fth Regiment, May 1 to July 31, 1861; went out as sergeant with Company E; taken prisoner October 11, 1863; died at Andersonville August 13, 1864. Hyde, Thomas L., wounded May 8, 1864; discharged March 9, 1865; last heard from in New York City in the 90's. Jones, Charles G., taken prisoner August 19, 1864; died in Salisbury prison November 23, 1864. Kelly, Thomas, discharged October 27, 1863; lives in Medford. Kendrick, David, taken prisoner August 19, 1864; died in hospital at Annapolis, after an exchange, March 15, 1865. Kennedy, John, promoted to sergeant; taken prisoner August 19, 1864; escaped; re-captured; finally returned; discharged May 15, 1865; died at Soldiers' Home, Chelsea, July 24, 1898. Kenneston, Elliot, discharged April 21, 1863; died soon after the War. Kinsley, Frederick R., second lieutenant Company I, Fifth Regiment, from May 1 to July 31, 1861; went out as captain of Company E; promoted to major July 13, 1864; promoted to colonel June 7, 1865
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