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on the side of Little North mountain, and struck the enemy's left and rear so suddenly and unexpectedly, that he (the enemy) supposing he must have come across the mountains, broke; Crook swinging down behind the line, Rickett's swinging in and joining Crook, and so on the balance of the Sixth and Nineteenth corps, the rout of the enemy being complete. Unfortunately the cavalry which I had sent down the Luray valley to cross over to New Market was unsuccessful, and only reached so far as Millford, a point at which the Luray valley contracts to a gorge, and which was taken possession of by the enemy's cavalry in some force. Had General Torbert driven this cavalry, or turned the defile and reached New Market, I have no doubt but that we would have captured the entire rebel army. I feel certain that its rout from Fisher's hill was such that there was scarcely a company organization held together. New Market being at a converging point in the valley they came together again, and to s
s, Mich. J. H. Brandon, Prairie Depot, Ohio. Perry F. Cole, Afton, N. Y. Henry M. Delong, Soldiers' Home, Milwaukee, Wis. Harrison Hadsell, South Valley, N. Y. E. M. Hunt, Roseboom, N. Y. J. E. Hoover, 1514 Sunset Ave., Utica, N. Y. Joseph D. Lamb, Santa Rosa, Cal. John W. Manzer, Bellevue, Mich. H. W. Martin, Bedford, P. Q., Canada. J. L. Merrit, Cattaraugus, N. Y. Henry V. Redington, Sidney, Neb. David H. Randolph, 325 E. Seneca St., Ithaca, N. Y. S. H. Sherman, Millford, N. Y. Peter Simmons, Cherry Valley, N. Y. David Wright, 56 Third St., Ilion, N. Y. Company H Warren E. Dockman, Lytle, Colo. Henry 0. Eason, Schuyler Lake, N. Y. Willard P. Foote, Fremont, Neb. C. I. Haines, R. F. D. No. 2, Box 15, Ossining, N. Y. Joseph Lumbra, Montgomery, Vt. Wilson VanAuken, Bushkill, Pa. Charles VanHousen, Soldiers' Home, Bath, N. Y. Company I James Baker, 54 Upson Ave., Winstead, Conn. Robert Brundage, North Wolcott, N. Y. Edwin B
Isaac O. Best, History of the 121st New York State Infantry, Non-commissioned officers and privates (search)
s, Mich. J. H. Brandon, Prairie Depot, Ohio. Perry F. Cole, Afton, N. Y. Henry M. Delong, Soldiers' Home, Milwaukee, Wis. Harrison Hadsell, South Valley, N. Y. E. M. Hunt, Roseboom, N. Y. J. E. Hoover, 1514 Sunset Ave., Utica, N. Y. Joseph D. Lamb, Santa Rosa, Cal. John W. Manzer, Bellevue, Mich. H. W. Martin, Bedford, P. Q., Canada. J. L. Merrit, Cattaraugus, N. Y. Henry V. Redington, Sidney, Neb. David H. Randolph, 325 E. Seneca St., Ithaca, N. Y. S. H. Sherman, Millford, N. Y. Peter Simmons, Cherry Valley, N. Y. David Wright, 56 Third St., Ilion, N. Y. Company H Warren E. Dockman, Lytle, Colo. Henry 0. Eason, Schuyler Lake, N. Y. Willard P. Foote, Fremont, Neb. C. I. Haines, R. F. D. No. 2, Box 15, Ossining, N. Y. Joseph Lumbra, Montgomery, Vt. Wilson VanAuken, Bushkill, Pa. Charles VanHousen, Soldiers' Home, Bath, N. Y. Company I James Baker, 54 Upson Ave., Winstead, Conn. Robert Brundage, North Wolcott, N. Y. Edwin B
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, I. List of officers from Massachusetts in United States Navy, 1861 to 1865. (search)
tlantic. Macready, C. S., Jr.,--Mass.Nov. 18, 1861.Actg. Master's Mate.--Apr. 3, 1862.Resigned.Actg. Master's Mate. Macy Henry G. Transferred to regular service. See Navy Register. Credit, Charlestown, Ward 3.Mass.Mass.Mass.Dec. 17, 1862.Actg. Ensign.Mercedita; Periwinkle; Tuscarora.South Atlantic; Potomac Flotilla; Special Service.--- Dec. 16, 1864.Actg. Master. Maddock, John, Credit, Boston. See enlistment, July 27, 1861.England.Mass.Mass.Oct. 31, 1862.Actg. Master's Mate.Valley City; Hunchback.North Atlantic.Nov. 4, 1864.Discharged.Actg. Master's Mate. Maies, William H.,Me.Mass.Mass.Aug. 6, 1861.Actg. Master's Mate.Mohawk; Cambridge; Florida; Huron.North Atlantic.May 15, 1866.Hon. discharged.Actg. Vol. Lieut. May 26, 1862.Actg. Master. Apr. 6, 1865.Actg. Vol. Lieut.Nantucket; Seneca; Santee.South Atlantic; School Ship. Maitland, Edward J.,England.Mass.Mass.Dec. 30, 1864.Actg. Ensign.Sagamore; Resaca.East Gulf.Oct. 22, 1868.Hon. discharged.Actg. Ensign. Mallaha
27 Cambridge to Myrtle; Butolf st., 1733, Irving street, 1855 Belknap lane, 1787; Belknap st., 1803; extended, Joy street, 1851 Mackerel lane, 1708; Cooper's alley, Miller's lane, a part Adams st., 1825, Kilby street, 1769 Plymouth street, Short street included, 1838, Kingston street, 1800 Included in Elliot, 1838; changed back, 1840; a part Marginal street, 1843, Kneeland street, 1732 Legrange place, 1828; Washington to Tremont, 1864, Lagrange street, 1864 Merrimac to Millford, to Causeway street, 1841, Lancaster street, 1807 Green lane to Burton's point, to Cragie's bridge, 1809, Leverett street, 1733 Junction of Kilby, Water, and Batterymarch streets, Liberty square, 1796 Charter to Lynn street, opposite the burial grounds, Lime alley, 1708 Summer to Essex; extended south, 1836; to Lehi, 1846, Lincoln street, 1795 From Cambridge to Green lane, unchanged, Lynde street, 1732 East side of the Common, Mall, The 1790 Prince to Sheafe street, Mar
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 95 (search)
page 178: Unfortunately Torbert did not succeed in driving Wickham's cavalry from its strong defensive position at Millford, and hence the portion of Sheridan's plan which contemplated cutting off the enemy's retreat by seizing the pike at New s operations [the cavalry] up the Luray Valley, on which I calculated so much, was an entire failure. They were held at Millford by two small brigades of Fitz. Lee's division, and then fell back towards Front Royal, until after they learned of our said he could not get at, and that they were in a poor condition! On page 190 Pond says: After the cavalry action at Millford on the 22d, Early had sent in haste for a brigade of Wickham's force to join him at New Market, through the Massanutten Gap. Torbert fell upon the other brigade, Payne's, drove it from Millford, compelled it to retreat again near Luray, Custer capturing about seventy prisoners; thence crossing through the Massanutten Gap to New Market, he proceeded up the pike to Har
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Retreat up the Luray Valley. (search)
page 178: Unfortunately Torbert did not succeed in driving Wickham's cavalry from its strong defensive position at Millford, and hence the portion of Sheridan's plan which contemplated cutting off the enemy's retreat by seizing the pike at New s operations [the cavalry] up the Luray Valley, on which I calculated so much, was an entire failure. They were held at Millford by two small brigades of Fitz. Lee's division, and then fell back towards Front Royal, until after they learned of our said he could not get at, and that they were in a poor condition! On page 190 Pond says: After the cavalry action at Millford on the 22d, Early had sent in haste for a brigade of Wickham's force to join him at New Market, through the Massanutten Gap. Torbert fell upon the other brigade, Payne's, drove it from Millford, compelled it to retreat again near Luray, Custer capturing about seventy prisoners; thence crossing through the Massanutten Gap to New Market, he proceeded up the pike to Har
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 13. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Kilpatrick-Dahlgren raid against Richmond. (search)
atever use of them you think best. I am, very respectfully yours, Wade Hampton, Major-General. Major General Stuart, Commanding Cavalry. The official report, to which reference is made in the foregoing letter, was sent in a few days after this, and is as follows: headquarters, March 8th, 1864. Major,—At 11 o'clock A. M. on the 29th ultimo I received a dispatch from one of my scouts, conveying information which I embodied in the following dispatch to Major-General Stuart, dated Millford, 11:30 A. M. Sergeant Shadbourne reports enemy moving. Gregg moved to front Thursday. Tuesday whole army paid off, and prepared to march last night. Kilpatrick receiving marching orders. Three days rations passed Sheppard's, near Madden's, supposed to be coming to Ely's Ford. Part of Second Corps on same road. Whole army seems in motion. Sutlers and women ordered to rear. Acknowledge receipt of this. At 12:30 I sent the following message to General Stuart: Citizens report to Genera
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Company D, Clarke Cavalry. (search)
Brandy, Stevensburg, Beverley Ford, Raccoon Ford, Slaughter Mountain, Culpeper, Trevillian, Weyer's Cave, Port Republic, Cross Keys, Front Royal, White Post, Winchester, Berryville, Charlestown, Halltown, Leetown, Shepherdstown, Williamsport, South Mountain, Hanover (in Pennsylvania), Gettysburg, Rollsburg, Moorefield, Fairmount, Grafton, Petersburg (in West Virginia), VVilderness, Yellow Tavern, Reams' Station, advance down the Shenandoah Valley in 1864, Winchester the second, Cedar Creek, Millford, Luray, Newtown, Back Road, New Creek, Lacey Spring, Beverley (in West Virginia), Five Forks, and from Petersburg to Appomattox. In the march around McClellan, Company D went with the 1st Regiment, and was the only one from the 6th Regiment that participated, and that happened by permission of General Stuart, with whom it and the Rockingham companies were great favorites. In the battles around Richmond, Company D and the Rockingham company were the only two companies from the 6th that to
Schooner T. W. Brady from Annapolis. Bark Kate Simpson from Annapolis. Bark Guerrilla from Annapolis. Ship African from Annapolis. Ship A. E. Thompson from Annapolis. Ship Greenleaf from Annapolis. Canal boat Ranger. Canal boat Rockett. Canal boat Bombshell. Canal boat Grapeshot. Canal boat Rover. List of vessels reported at Fortress Monroe for the Burnside expedition. Name of Vessel.Reported. Schooners EmmaDec. 21, 1861. CordeliaDec. 22, 1861. L MillfordDec. 23, 1861. J BurleyDec. 23, 1861. P M WheatonDec. 23, 1861. H RogersDec. 23, 1861. GlenwoodDec. 23, 1861. AlertDec. 23, 1861. Flying ScudDec. 23, 1861. J P RoachDec. 23, 1861. E H AbbottDec. 25, 1861. RestlessDec. 25, 1861. Eva BellDec. 25, 1861. Kate CallahanDec. 25, 1861. A CorduroyDec. 25, 1861. J H BonceDec. 26, 1861. T H LeonardDec. 27, 1861. Deborah JonesDec. 27, 1861. Spencer DDec. 27, 1861. H H CoggeshallDec. 28, 1861. E S BaileyDec. 28, 1861. M E CarlisleDec.
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