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J. L. W. Thayer (search for this): chapter 6
1 horses. March 10. W. H. Martin pardoned, it satisfactorily appearing that he is insane. Emil Floytrop reported sick in quarters, also W. H. Martin. March 11. Chas. G. Colbath reported for duty. March 12. John Norton, Emil Floytrop, Corporal Shattuck reported for duty. March 13. One bay horse, Baxter's, shot; disease glanders. George W. Parks sick in quarters. J. C. Frost reported for duty. March 14. One bay horse, Martin's, shot; disease glanders. Hanson, Pierce (?) and Thayer reported to quarters. Corporal Conant (Currant)? started on furlough to Boston. March 16. Wm. Herring, E. Ashcroft, Win. Endicott and D. R, Stowell reported to quarters. March 17.. Wm. H. Martin sent to insane hospital, Washingon, D. C. C. E. Pierce reported to duty. March 18. Hanson reported for stable duty and Mugford and Chase reported to quarters. March 19. Mugford, Herring, Ashcroft and Stowell reported for duty. Alex. W. Holbrook reported to quarters. One sorrel horse
John Pedrick (search for this): chapter 6
on Chase returned to quarters. Jan. 30. Joseph Cross and John (Harmon?) New ton returned to light duty. Jan. 31. Harrison Chase returned to duty. John (?) Newton, Jos. Cross, John P. Brown and F. A. Chase sick in quarters. Feb. 1. John Pedrick sick in quarters. The Battery, books, quarters, stable &c., were fully inspected by Col. P. S. Davis, 39th Massachusetts Regiment. Feb. 2. James Peach returned to duty. One bay horse, white faced, ridden by Sergt. Townsend, died of lung s and John Norton reported for duty. Frank A. Chase sick in quarters. Feb. 5. Frank A. Chase reported for duty. John Norton reported sick in quarters. Feb. 6. Jos. Cross reported sick in quarters. Feb. 8. J. P. Brown, Jos. Cross and John Pedrick returned to duty. Received four horses from Quartermaster Colonel Rucker at Washington. Henry B. Winslow, 2nd., discharged from Emory Hospital and returned to duty. Feb. 9. J. W. French being sick is relieved from extra duty since Jan. 1s
William Herring (search for this): chapter 6
ers. Corporal Conant (Currant)? started on furlough to Boston. March 16. Wm. Herring, E. Ashcroft, Win. Endicott and D. R, Stowell reported to quarters. Marchstable duty and Mugford and Chase reported to quarters. March 19. Mugford, Herring, Ashcroft and Stowell reported for duty. Alex. W. Holbrook reported to quartelanders. March 20. Lieut. Adams returned and reported for duty last night. Herring reported for quarters. Holbrook reported for duty. March 21. Lieut. Armitae duty. Hanson, White, Newton, reported for quarters. March 22. Endicott, Herring, Chase, White, Newton, and Prince reported for duty; Ring reported for quarterted to quarters. Capt. Sleeper started for Washington on business. May 4. Herring and Chase reported sick. Pierce (?) and Chase sent to Camp Hospital. May 5 reported for stable duty. Packard reported to quarters. May 6. Frost and Herring reported for stable duty. May 7. Packard reported for duty. Hunt reported
James Lee (search for this): chapter 6
lie dragged him to the light, and beheld—an astonished hospital nurse in quest of water. Thus ended the ever memorable event known in our company as the battle of Benson's Hill, so called, from the name of the man on whose farm it might have occurred; on which occasion we seemed in all but numbers like the King of France, as sung by Mother Goose, who with forty thousand men marched up a hill and then marched down again. We returned to camp at noon; but our troubles did not end here. Gen. Lee was now fairly launched on his great invasion of the North, and our isolated position seemed one fraught with much danger. Now and then the sound of distant cannonading told of cavalry contests between opposing armies as both were pressing northward, but we could hear nothing definite about what was actually taking place. Four days after the raid at Muddy Branch, or Seneca, the centre section was summoned from the Ferry. We threw up rifle-pits on Benson's Hill (our first experience in t
Harmon Newton (search for this): chapter 6
setts Volunteers. 1863. Jan. 3. George H. Innis, Samuel J. Bradlee, E. T. Atwood and Harmon Newton sick in quarters. Jan. 4. George H. Innis returned to duty. Serg't. Geo. H. Putnam sick.Francis Loham sick in Camp Hospital. Serg'ts Alden and Putnam returned to duty. Jan. 8. Harmon Newton returned to duty. C. N. Barker sick in quarters. Jan.9. S. J. Bradlee and Joseph BrooksHarmon?) New ton returned to light duty. Jan. 31. Harrison Chase returned to duty. John (?) Newton, Jos. Cross, John P. Brown and F. A. Chase sick in quarters. Feb. 1. John Pedrick sick in quugh for Washington and Boston yesterday. J. W. Thayer reported for stable duty. Hanson, White, Newton, reported for quarters. March 22. Endicott, Herring, Chase, White, Newton, and Prince reportNewton, and Prince reported for duty; Ring reported for quarters. March 23. Corporal Conant (Currant)? returned from furlough. Ham, Thayer and Prince reported for quarters. Hiram P. Ring reported for duty. March 24.
William E. Endicott (search for this): chapter 6
C. Frost reported for duty. March 14. One bay horse, Martin's, shot; disease glanders. Hanson, Pierce (?) and Thayer reported to quarters. Corporal Conant (Currant)? started on furlough to Boston. March 16. Wm. Herring, E. Ashcroft, Win. Endicott and D. R, Stowell reported to quarters. March 17.. Wm. H. Martin sent to insane hospital, Washingon, D. C. C. E. Pierce reported to duty. March 18. Hanson reported for stable duty and Mugford and Chase reported to quarters. March 19. erring reported for quarters. Holbrook reported for duty. March 21. Lieut. Armitage started on furlough for Washington and Boston yesterday. J. W. Thayer reported for stable duty. Hanson, White, Newton, reported for quarters. March 22. Endicott, Herring, Chase, White, Newton, and Prince reported for duty; Ring reported for quarters. March 23. Corporal Conant (Currant)? returned from furlough. Ham, Thayer and Prince reported for quarters. Hiram P. Ring reported for duty. March 2
ider. One of the men, an expert in the business, took poultry from the premises of Dr. Brace near by, in open daylight. He was detected, however, and by order of the Captain taken under guard to the house to return the fowls, now ready for the pot, and make a suitable apology for his offence, which he did. He remarked to the Captain in extenuation of his guilt that people ought to know better than to padlock a door hung with leather hinges. Here, too, three or four swine belonging to Tom Gott, a neighboring farmer, were sacrificed; but these were all paid for by those who indulged in the luxury, their offence being too public to let pass unpunished. A minstrel troupe comprising nearly a dozen members of the Company was organized, and frequently played in the Captain's mess tent. During the winter and spring several concerts were given in the Town Hall near by to quite large audiences, composed mainly of the officers of the brigade and their friends from in and around the tow
Charles E. Prince (search for this): chapter 6
h went on furlough of 7 days. Feb. 28. Jos. Brooks reported sick in quarters. Battery mustered (for pay) by Capt. Sleeper. March 1. N. H. Butterfield returned to duty. Lieut. Adams leave of absence till Wednesday morning. March 2. Chas. E. Prince and John C. Frost reported sick in quarters. March 3. Sergt. Chandler Gould reduced to the ranks and Corporal L. R. Allard promoted to Sergt. vice Gould removed. One horse shot per order Capt. Sleeper, disease glanders. J. P. Brown rep L. W. Thayer reported sick in quarters. Lieut. Adams returned. March 5. Nine horses condemned (5 turned in and 4 shot), 50 nose bags and 1 linen wall tent also condemned per Col. A. B. Nowell (?) (Jewett) commanding brigade. March 6. Chas. E. Prince reported for duty. John H. Knowland reported sick in quarters. March 7. Lieut. Asa Smith returned from furlough and reported for duty yesterday afternoon. J. H. Knowland reported for duty. March 9. S. A. Hanson reported for light dut
William Rawson (search for this): chapter 6
armon Newton sick in quarters. Jan. 4. George H. Innis returned to duty. Serg't. Geo. H. Putnam sick. Jan. 5. William Rawson sick in quarters. Serg't. Alden sick in quarters. Jan. 6. Wm. Rawson returned to duty. Joseph Brooks and John NoWm. Rawson returned to duty. Joseph Brooks and John Norton * * * Jan. 7. Francis Loham sick in Camp Hospital. Serg'ts Alden and Putnam returned to duty. Jan. 8. Harmon Newton returned to duty. C. N. Barker sick in quarters. Jan.9. S. J. Bradlee and Joseph Brooks returned to duty. Jan. 1ght returned to duty. Jan. 12. W. S. Roundy returned to duty. Jan. 14. C. E. Woodis sick in quarters. Jan. 15. Wm. Rawson sick in quarters. Jan. 18. John M. Ramsdell sick in quarters. Jan. 19. Wm. Rawson returned to duty. Richard MartWm. Rawson returned to duty. Richard Martin and A. D. Bacon sick in quarters. Jan. 20. Richard Martin returned to duty. John W. French and James Dwight sick in quarters. Jan. 21. James Dwight and John M. Ramsdell returned to duty. Received notice of G. M. Dixon's discharge. Jan
Llewellyn Ham (search for this): chapter 6
isease glanders. March 20. Lieut. Adams returned and reported for duty last night. Herring reported for quarters. Holbrook reported for duty. March 21. Lieut. Armitage started on furlough for Washington and Boston yesterday. J. W. Thayer reported for stable duty. Hanson, White, Newton, reported for quarters. March 22. Endicott, Herring, Chase, White, Newton, and Prince reported for duty; Ring reported for quarters. March 23. Corporal Conant (Currant)? returned from furlough. Ham, Thayer and Prince reported for quarters. Hiram P. Ring reported for duty. March 24. Brooks, Hanson, Barker and Norton sent to General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Han reported for duty. Corporal Stevens to quarters. March 26. Prince and Corporal Stevens returned to duty. Capt. Sleeper started for Washington on business. March 27. Received notice of R. B. Wendall's discharge Feb. 24. Prince returned to quarters. March 30. Prince reported for duty. Lt. Armitage returned and
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