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Benjamin F. Falls (search for this): chapter 38
ion or died of wounds, since leaving its camp at Stevensburg, May 3 to June 11, 1864. Killed: May 6th.Corp. George W. Cain, Co. B. Priv. Thomas F. Costello, Co. G. Priv. Redford Dawes, Co. G. Priv. Bernard Dame, Co. G. May 10th.Priv. Charles Smith, Co. A. Priv. George E. Breed, Co. C. (Shell wound in head, Priv. Horatio Fellows, Co. C. died May 13th, 1864.) Priv. John A. Clark, Co. E. Sergt. William H. Ross, Co. H. May 12th.First Lieut. John J. Ferris. Color Sergt. Benj. F. Falls, Co. A. (Died May 14, 1864, buried at Fredericksburg.) Priv. Patrick Cronin, Co. B, right elbow fractured (Died May 13th, 1864.) First Sergt. Charles B. Brown, Co. G. (Both thighs, shell,—May 14th, 1864.) Corp. Archibald Buchanan, Co. K. (Died of wounds in general hosp., right knee, leg amputated.) Priv. Benjamin McDonald, Co. A, abdomen and hips. (Died of wounds.) May 24th. First Sergt. Samuel E. Viall, Co. E. (Died of wounds.) May 31st.Captain Dudley C. Mumford. J
Charles Cross (search for this): chapter 38
s Cooper, Co. C. June 7th.Priv. Stephen J. Younger, Co. B, left forearm. Priv. Sidney Cronk, Co. C. Recapitulation. Officers killed,3 wounded,4 missing,18 Enlisted men killed,15 wounded,57 missing,880 88 Uncertain as to the date when wounded: May 3rd to june 11th, 1864. Private Oliver Billson, Co. K, died May 26th, 1864. Private J. Mitchell, Co. H, left hip (June 3?) Private Wm. Leonard, Co. F, head (June 3rd?) Private Ernest A. Nichols, Co. C, head (June 3rd?) Private Austin Stevens, Co. E, right arm (June 3rd?) Private Thomas Stanley, Co. A, right arm (June 3rd?) Sergeant H. McPartland, Co. F, right forearm (June 3rd?) Sergt. B. W. Russell, Co. D, left hip (June 3rd?) Sergeant Patrick Nolan, Co. K, left leg (amputated June 3rd). Private Patrick Murphy, Co. K, died June 22nd, shoulder (June 3rd?) Sergeant Chas. Cross, Co. H, thigh (June 3rd?) Private Timothy O'Connell, Co. B, killed in action, June 19th. Private John Patch, right shoulder (June 3rd?)
James Strange (search for this): chapter 38
s. Priv. Bernard Conway, left leg. Priv. Charles McDonald, Co. C, back. May 7th.Priv. James B. Reagan, Co. B. May 10th.Sergt. Nelson E. Knights, Co. D, slight. Priv. James Farrell, Co. F, slight. Priv. John Monihan, Co. F. Priv. Thomas Hall, Co. F. Priv. James Nichols, Co. F, hand,—finger amputated. Priv. Daniel Beadley, Co. I, severe, head. Sergt. John B. Ross, Co. I, slightly, shell wound, right leg. Sergt. George Brown, Co. A. Sergt. Albert H. Greenleaf, Co. A. Sergt. James Strange, Co. B. Sergt. Ernest A. Nichols, Co. C, left wrist. Sergt. Joseph Garfield, Co. K, severe, right shoulder. May 11th.Sergt. Edward Golden, Co. G, left knee. Sergt. Samuel Driver, Co. H, left hand. Sergt. George Very, Co. H. May 12th.Sergt. James Flannigan, Co. E, leg. Sergt. Patrick Gillespie, Co. E, left leg, severe. Sergt. Matthias Bixby, Co. F, left temple, severe. Sergt. William Ryan, Co. F. Sergt. Peter Nulty, Co. G, shell wound in head. Corp. Abraham Dow, Co. A, right
Thomas Riley (search for this): chapter 38
iv. Charles. Conrad, Co. C. May 10th.Priv. James Higginson. Priv. George Brann, Co. A. May 12th.Priv. Charles Smith, Co. A. Priv. Frank Covell, Co. A. Priv. Terrence Thomas, Co. B. Priv. John Smith, Co. H. May 13th.Corp. Charles. Bradley. May 24th.Patrick Fall, Co. D. Wounded in the battle of the Wilderness: May 6th.Priv. Elisha Choate, Co. F, severe, left knee. Priv. Francis McKenna, Co. H, left arm. Priv. Frank Norman, Co. I. Priv. James Dunn, Co. I. Priv. Thomas Riley, Co. B, both thighs, severe. Priv. Angelo Chiconi, Co. B, left arm, amputated. Priv. Charles H. Preston, Co. B. Priv. Henry M. Smith, Co. C, right shoulder. Priv. Edward H. Goff, Co. C, both shoulders. Priv. Bernard Conway, left leg. Priv. Charles McDonald, Co. C, back. May 7th.Priv. James B. Reagan, Co. B. May 10th.Sergt. Nelson E. Knights, Co. D, slight. Priv. James Farrell, Co. F, slight. Priv. John Monihan, Co. F. Priv. Thomas Hall, Co. F. Priv. James Nichols, Co
Joseph E. Hodgkins (search for this): chapter 38
king small rifle pits from which they watched the movements of the Johnnies. The enemy had a battery of three pieces directly in front of the position of the Nineteenth, but did not dare to load one of them because of the Andrew Sharpshooters who popped over any one who attempted it. The Nineteenth was in the front line of battle and the men were obliged to lie very low on account of the rebel sharpshooters, who, during the day, killed two men of the regiment. While at this point Corporal Hodgkins, of Co. K, was sent to the rear by Captain Hume, on a perilous trip with a message. Buckling his belt tightly about him, he leaped from the trench and ran for the next line of works, while a shower of leaden hail from the enemy fell about him. After resting a while, he ran to the next line, receiving another shower of bullets. After making several such runs, he reached the woods, delivered the message and returned to the trench under a heavy fire from the rebels, without a scratch.
Nelson E. Knights (search for this): chapter 38
ha Choate, Co. F, severe, left knee. Priv. Francis McKenna, Co. H, left arm. Priv. Frank Norman, Co. I. Priv. James Dunn, Co. I. Priv. Thomas Riley, Co. B, both thighs, severe. Priv. Angelo Chiconi, Co. B, left arm, amputated. Priv. Charles H. Preston, Co. B. Priv. Henry M. Smith, Co. C, right shoulder. Priv. Edward H. Goff, Co. C, both shoulders. Priv. Bernard Conway, left leg. Priv. Charles McDonald, Co. C, back. May 7th.Priv. James B. Reagan, Co. B. May 10th.Sergt. Nelson E. Knights, Co. D, slight. Priv. James Farrell, Co. F, slight. Priv. John Monihan, Co. F. Priv. Thomas Hall, Co. F. Priv. James Nichols, Co. F, hand,—finger amputated. Priv. Daniel Beadley, Co. I, severe, head. Sergt. John B. Ross, Co. I, slightly, shell wound, right leg. Sergt. George Brown, Co. A. Sergt. Albert H. Greenleaf, Co. A. Sergt. James Strange, Co. B. Sergt. Ernest A. Nichols, Co. C, left wrist. Sergt. Joseph Garfield, Co. K, severe, right shoulder. May 11th.Sergt.
Stephen J. Younger (search for this): chapter 38
er. Capt. Henry A. Hale, Co. B. Capt. William L. Palmer, Co. E. Priv. Peter Stillman, Co. A, thigh. Priv. Henry G. Jennings, Co. G, breast and leg. Priv. Loring Johnson, Co. A, left thigh, died June 5th, 1864. Priv. Patrick Donovan, Co. C. Sergt. Benjamin H. Jellison, Co. I, severe, left knee. Sergt. James Corrigan, Co. I, severe, right side. Priv. Patrick W. Harvey, Co. K, head. Priv. William Hopkinson, Co. I, left hand. June 6th.Thomas Cooper, Co. C. June 7th.Priv. Stephen J. Younger, Co. B, left forearm. Priv. Sidney Cronk, Co. C. Recapitulation. Officers killed,3 wounded,4 missing,18 Enlisted men killed,15 wounded,57 missing,880 88 Uncertain as to the date when wounded: May 3rd to june 11th, 1864. Private Oliver Billson, Co. K, died May 26th, 1864. Private J. Mitchell, Co. H, left hip (June 3?) Private Wm. Leonard, Co. F, head (June 3rd?) Private Ernest A. Nichols, Co. C, head (June 3rd?) Private Austin Stevens, Co. E, right arm (June 3rd?)
king distance of the rebels and there was much conversation between them. Firing began on the left during the evening and the enemy evidently believed that an attack was to be made on their centre for they opened with musketry all along the line, keeping it up for some time. The Union battery opened up on them eventually and compelled them to stop. On the 7th a truce was entered into for the purpose of burying the dead, killed in the charge of four days previous. Firing ceased and both Yanks and Rebs met, shook hands, exchanged papers, tobacco, coffee, sugar, etc. The evening and night were spent quietly and on the following day the regiment received 11 recruits. The truce was kept up until the morning of the 9th, when firing was resumed with spirit, the regiment losing six men wounded. On the 10th it lost two men by the enemy's sharpshooters. On the 11th the regiment kept up a galling and continuous fire on the enemy who were unable to return it. During the day about 10
James B. Reagan (search for this): chapter 38
f the Wilderness: May 6th.Priv. Elisha Choate, Co. F, severe, left knee. Priv. Francis McKenna, Co. H, left arm. Priv. Frank Norman, Co. I. Priv. James Dunn, Co. I. Priv. Thomas Riley, Co. B, both thighs, severe. Priv. Angelo Chiconi, Co. B, left arm, amputated. Priv. Charles H. Preston, Co. B. Priv. Henry M. Smith, Co. C, right shoulder. Priv. Edward H. Goff, Co. C, both shoulders. Priv. Bernard Conway, left leg. Priv. Charles McDonald, Co. C, back. May 7th.Priv. James B. Reagan, Co. B. May 10th.Sergt. Nelson E. Knights, Co. D, slight. Priv. James Farrell, Co. F, slight. Priv. John Monihan, Co. F. Priv. Thomas Hall, Co. F. Priv. James Nichols, Co. F, hand,—finger amputated. Priv. Daniel Beadley, Co. I, severe, head. Sergt. John B. Ross, Co. I, slightly, shell wound, right leg. Sergt. George Brown, Co. A. Sergt. Albert H. Greenleaf, Co. A. Sergt. James Strange, Co. B. Sergt. Ernest A. Nichols, Co. C, left wrist. Sergt. Joseph Garfield, Co. K, se
Sidney Cronk (search for this): chapter 38
m L. Palmer, Co. E. Priv. Peter Stillman, Co. A, thigh. Priv. Henry G. Jennings, Co. G, breast and leg. Priv. Loring Johnson, Co. A, left thigh, died June 5th, 1864. Priv. Patrick Donovan, Co. C. Sergt. Benjamin H. Jellison, Co. I, severe, left knee. Sergt. James Corrigan, Co. I, severe, right side. Priv. Patrick W. Harvey, Co. K, head. Priv. William Hopkinson, Co. I, left hand. June 6th.Thomas Cooper, Co. C. June 7th.Priv. Stephen J. Younger, Co. B, left forearm. Priv. Sidney Cronk, Co. C. Recapitulation. Officers killed,3 wounded,4 missing,18 Enlisted men killed,15 wounded,57 missing,880 88 Uncertain as to the date when wounded: May 3rd to june 11th, 1864. Private Oliver Billson, Co. K, died May 26th, 1864. Private J. Mitchell, Co. H, left hip (June 3?) Private Wm. Leonard, Co. F, head (June 3rd?) Private Ernest A. Nichols, Co. C, head (June 3rd?) Private Austin Stevens, Co. E, right arm (June 3rd?) Private Thomas Stanley, Co. A, right arm (Ju
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