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Eben F. Stone (search for this): chapter 131
Forty-eighth regiment Massachusetts Infantry (Militia). Col. Eben F. Stone. Field and Staff.Line.companies.Unassigned Recruits.Totals. ABCDEFGHIK Number on regimental rolls,— Officers,938–––––––––––47 Enlisted men, Including non-commissioned staff.5–94899594916552815361–780 Totals,–––––––––––––827 Enlisted men (included above) commissioned in regiment. Including non-commissioned staff.1–1121111–1––10 Enlisted men (included above) serving elsewhere within regiment.––1––––1––commissioned staff.4–92889393906351815260–767 Totals,–––––––––––––814 Eight companies of infantry were recruited at Camp Lander, Wenham, Mass., to form, as an Essex County organization, the 48th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, under Col. Eben F. Stone of Newburyport, but on account of the immediate demand for troops for the Banks expedition, four companies of men recruiting at Lakeville t
62, sailed Jan. 4, 1863, for Fortress Monroe and reached New Orleans February 1. It was sent, two days later, to Baton Rouge, and became part of the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 19th Army Corps. It took part in a reconnoissance toward Port Hudson March 13 and joined the next day in the general advance of the forces to that place. It was engaged at Plains Store, and was most actively engaged at the assault on Port Hudson May 27, providing ninety-three volunteers from its ranks for the storming party, among them Lieutenant-Colonel O'Brien, who was killed in the action. It suffered loss again on June 14, forming temporarily part of the 3d Division. In the movement to Donaldsonville, the regiment met with loss at Bayou La Fourche July 13. It was stationed in camp near Donaldsonville until August 1, when it returned to Baton Rouge and on the 9th left for Massachusetts, its term of service having expired. It arrived at Boston August 23 and was mustered out at Camp Lander Sept. 3, 1863.
2, sailed Jan. 4, 1863, for Fortress Monroe and reached New Orleans February 1. It was sent, two days later, to Baton Rouge, and became part of the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 19th Army Corps. It took part in a reconnoissance toward Port Hudson March 13 and joined the next day in the general advance of the forces to that place. It was engaged at Plains Store, and was most actively engaged at the assault on Port Hudson May 27, providing ninety-three volunteers from its ranks for the storming party, among them Lieutenant-Colonel O'Brien, who was killed in the action. It suffered loss again on June 14, forming temporarily part of the 3d Division. In the movement to Donaldsonville, the regiment met with loss at Bayou La Fourche July 13. It was stationed in camp near Donaldsonville until August 1, when it returned to Baton Rouge and on the 9th left for Massachusetts, its term of service having expired. It arrived at Boston August 23 and was mustered out at Camp Lander Sept. 3, 1863.
January 4th, 1863 AD (search for this): chapter 131
on account of the immediate demand for troops for the Banks expedition, four companies of men recruiting at Lakeville to form an Irish regiment were consolidated with six of these companies and formed in that manner the 48th Infantry; the remaining two original Essex County companies were detached to fill the ranks of the 4th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, then being organized at Lakeville for its nine months term of service. The 48th left the State for New York Dec. 27, 1862, sailed Jan. 4, 1863, for Fortress Monroe and reached New Orleans February 1. It was sent, two days later, to Baton Rouge, and became part of the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 19th Army Corps. It took part in a reconnoissance toward Port Hudson March 13 and joined the next day in the general advance of the forces to that place. It was engaged at Plains Store, and was most actively engaged at the assault on Port Hudson May 27, providing ninety-three volunteers from its ranks for the storming party, among them
December 27th, 1862 AD (search for this): chapter 131
of Newburyport, but on account of the immediate demand for troops for the Banks expedition, four companies of men recruiting at Lakeville to form an Irish regiment were consolidated with six of these companies and formed in that manner the 48th Infantry; the remaining two original Essex County companies were detached to fill the ranks of the 4th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, then being organized at Lakeville for its nine months term of service. The 48th left the State for New York Dec. 27, 1862, sailed Jan. 4, 1863, for Fortress Monroe and reached New Orleans February 1. It was sent, two days later, to Baton Rouge, and became part of the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 19th Army Corps. It took part in a reconnoissance toward Port Hudson March 13 and joined the next day in the general advance of the forces to that place. It was engaged at Plains Store, and was most actively engaged at the assault on Port Hudson May 27, providing ninety-three volunteers from its ranks for the storm
August 23rd (search for this): chapter 131
2, sailed Jan. 4, 1863, for Fortress Monroe and reached New Orleans February 1. It was sent, two days later, to Baton Rouge, and became part of the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 19th Army Corps. It took part in a reconnoissance toward Port Hudson March 13 and joined the next day in the general advance of the forces to that place. It was engaged at Plains Store, and was most actively engaged at the assault on Port Hudson May 27, providing ninety-three volunteers from its ranks for the storming party, among them Lieutenant-Colonel O'Brien, who was killed in the action. It suffered loss again on June 14, forming temporarily part of the 3d Division. In the movement to Donaldsonville, the regiment met with loss at Bayou La Fourche July 13. It was stationed in camp near Donaldsonville until August 1, when it returned to Baton Rouge and on the 9th left for Massachusetts, its term of service having expired. It arrived at Boston August 23 and was mustered out at Camp Lander Sept. 3, 1863.
2, sailed Jan. 4, 1863, for Fortress Monroe and reached New Orleans February 1. It was sent, two days later, to Baton Rouge, and became part of the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 19th Army Corps. It took part in a reconnoissance toward Port Hudson March 13 and joined the next day in the general advance of the forces to that place. It was engaged at Plains Store, and was most actively engaged at the assault on Port Hudson May 27, providing ninety-three volunteers from its ranks for the storming party, among them Lieutenant-Colonel O'Brien, who was killed in the action. It suffered loss again on June 14, forming temporarily part of the 3d Division. In the movement to Donaldsonville, the regiment met with loss at Bayou La Fourche July 13. It was stationed in camp near Donaldsonville until August 1, when it returned to Baton Rouge and on the 9th left for Massachusetts, its term of service having expired. It arrived at Boston August 23 and was mustered out at Camp Lander Sept. 3, 1863.
September 3rd, 1863 AD (search for this): chapter 131
2, sailed Jan. 4, 1863, for Fortress Monroe and reached New Orleans February 1. It was sent, two days later, to Baton Rouge, and became part of the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 19th Army Corps. It took part in a reconnoissance toward Port Hudson March 13 and joined the next day in the general advance of the forces to that place. It was engaged at Plains Store, and was most actively engaged at the assault on Port Hudson May 27, providing ninety-three volunteers from its ranks for the storming party, among them Lieutenant-Colonel O'Brien, who was killed in the action. It suffered loss again on June 14, forming temporarily part of the 3d Division. In the movement to Donaldsonville, the regiment met with loss at Bayou La Fourche July 13. It was stationed in camp near Donaldsonville until August 1, when it returned to Baton Rouge and on the 9th left for Massachusetts, its term of service having expired. It arrived at Boston August 23 and was mustered out at Camp Lander Sept. 3, 1863.
62, sailed Jan. 4, 1863, for Fortress Monroe and reached New Orleans February 1. It was sent, two days later, to Baton Rouge, and became part of the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 19th Army Corps. It took part in a reconnoissance toward Port Hudson March 13 and joined the next day in the general advance of the forces to that place. It was engaged at Plains Store, and was most actively engaged at the assault on Port Hudson May 27, providing ninety-three volunteers from its ranks for the storming party, among them Lieutenant-Colonel O'Brien, who was killed in the action. It suffered loss again on June 14, forming temporarily part of the 3d Division. In the movement to Donaldsonville, the regiment met with loss at Bayou La Fourche July 13. It was stationed in camp near Donaldsonville until August 1, when it returned to Baton Rouge and on the 9th left for Massachusetts, its term of service having expired. It arrived at Boston August 23 and was mustered out at Camp Lander Sept. 3, 1863.
the remaining two original Essex County companies were detached to fill the ranks of the 4th Infantry, Mass. Volunteer Militia, then being organized at Lakeville for its nine months term of service. The 48th left the State for New York Dec. 27, 1862, sailed Jan. 4, 1863, for Fortress Monroe and reached New Orleans February 1. It was sent, two days later, to Baton Rouge, and became part of the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 19th Army Corps. It took part in a reconnoissance toward Port Hudson March 13 and joined the next day in the general advance of the forces to that place. It was engaged at Plains Store, and was most actively engaged at the assault on Port Hudson May 27, providing ninety-three volunteers from its ranks for the storming party, among them Lieutenant-Colonel O'Brien, who was killed in the action. It suffered loss again on June 14, forming temporarily part of the 3d Division. In the movement to Donaldsonville, the regiment met with loss at Bayou La Fourche July 13. It
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