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Plainfield, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 3
e recruiting officers were ordered to report at headquarters with their men. The townships from which the several companies were recruited were as follows: Company A. Manheim, Little Falls, Salisbury and Dunbar. Company B. Winfield, Plainfield, Litchfield, German Flats, Columbia and Stark. Company C. Fairfield, Russia, Herkimer and Newport. Company D. Frankfort, Warren, Manheim, Schuyler, Columbia and Salisbury. Company E. Middlefield, Milford, Cherry Valley, Hartwick, Sprinmer. Company H. Little Falls, Richfield, Salisbury and Otego. Company I. Milford, Laurens, Morris, Worcester, Pittsfield, Hartwick and German Flats. Company K. Laurens, New Lisbon, Oneonta, Burlington, Otego, Butternuts, Pittsfield and Plainfield. A camp for the regiment was selected across the Mohawk River from Herkimer on German Flats, and named Camp Schuyler. The contract for this camp-site reads as follows: Headquarters Camp Schuyler, August 29, 1862. This agreement, made
Herkimer, N. Y. (New York, United States) (search for this): chapter 3
has not been possible to find the names of the County Committees, but under their direction patriotic meetings were held in the several townships, and recruiting officers appointed for the separate companies. Headquarters were established at Herkimer, and the enlistment was pushed so energetically that by the middle of August a full regiment was assured, and the recruiting officers were ordered to report at headquarters with their men. The townships from which the several companies were rlford, Laurens, Morris, Worcester, Pittsfield, Hartwick and German Flats. Company K. Laurens, New Lisbon, Oneonta, Burlington, Otego, Butternuts, Pittsfield and Plainfield. A camp for the regiment was selected across the Mohawk River from Herkimer on German Flats, and named Camp Schuyler. The contract for this camp-site reads as follows: Headquarters Camp Schuyler, August 29, 1862. This agreement, made this 25th day of July, A. D. 1862, between Albert Story, on behalf of the State
Otsego (New York, United States) (search for this): chapter 3
d characterized the organization of the volunteer army in 1861 no longer availed to procure the troops necessary to fill the quota required from the State, and a systematic and earnest effort was necessary. This effort developed in two directions: first, to fill up the older regiments with recruits; and second, to organize new regiments, one in each Senatorial District. Under the latter plan the 121st was recruited in the 20th Senatorial District comprising the two counties of Herkimer and Otsego. To supervise the organization of the regiment, Governor Morgan appointed the Hon. Richard Franchot, and also a committee from the two counties which should appoint County Committees to prosecute the work in the several townships. The Senatorial Committee consisted of the following named persons: R. Ethridge, Wm. Gates, Ezra Graves, Amos H. Prescott, L. L. Lowell, H. H. Pomeroy, Thomas Richardson and Volney Owen, County Judge. It has not been possible to find the names of the County Com
Salisbury, N. C. (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 3
report at headquarters with their men. The townships from which the several companies were recruited were as follows: Company A. Manheim, Little Falls, Salisbury and Dunbar. Company B. Winfield, Plainfield, Litchfield, German Flats, Columbia and Stark. Company C. Fairfield, Russia, Herkimer and Newport. Company D. Frankfort, Warren, Manheim, Schuyler, Columbia and Salisbury. Company E. Middlefield, Milford, Cherry Valley, Hartwick, Springfield, Otego and Roseboom. Company F. Edminston, Exeter, Unadilla, Otego and Maryland. Company G. Cherry Valley, Roseboom, Decatur, Middlefield, Westford, Worcester and Herkimer. Company H. Little Falls, Richfield, Salisbury and Otego. Company I. Milford, Laurens, Morris, Worcester, Pittsfield, Hartwick and German Flats. Company K. Laurens, New Lisbon, Oneonta, Burlington, Otego, Butternuts, Pittsfield and Plainfield. A camp for the regiment was selected across the Mohawk River from Herkimer on German Flats, an
New York State (New York, United States) (search for this): chapter 3
rd, Laurens, Morris, Worcester, Pittsfield, Hartwick and German Flats. Company K. Laurens, New Lisbon, Oneonta, Burlington, Otego, Butternuts, Pittsfield and Plainfield. A camp for the regiment was selected across the Mohawk River from Herkimer on German Flats, and named Camp Schuyler. The contract for this camp-site reads as follows: Headquarters Camp Schuyler, August 29, 1862. This agreement, made this 25th day of July, A. D. 1862, between Albert Story, on behalf of the State of New York, as Quartermaster, and Henry J. Schuyler, witnesseth that the said Schuyler has leased for the season certain grounds, being a portion of his farm in the township of German Flats, for the purpose of allowing the same to be used as a military camp. The State has the authority and power to have as much land as is necessary and as they desire to occupy, and to put such fixtures on the ground as may be necessary; and they are to pay for the said land at the rate of $10.00 per acre. Th
Newport (Rhode Island, United States) (search for this): chapter 3
rters were established at Herkimer, and the enlistment was pushed so energetically that by the middle of August a full regiment was assured, and the recruiting officers were ordered to report at headquarters with their men. The townships from which the several companies were recruited were as follows: Company A. Manheim, Little Falls, Salisbury and Dunbar. Company B. Winfield, Plainfield, Litchfield, German Flats, Columbia and Stark. Company C. Fairfield, Russia, Herkimer and Newport. Company D. Frankfort, Warren, Manheim, Schuyler, Columbia and Salisbury. Company E. Middlefield, Milford, Cherry Valley, Hartwick, Springfield, Otego and Roseboom. Company F. Edminston, Exeter, Unadilla, Otego and Maryland. Company G. Cherry Valley, Roseboom, Decatur, Middlefield, Westford, Worcester and Herkimer. Company H. Little Falls, Richfield, Salisbury and Otego. Company I. Milford, Laurens, Morris, Worcester, Pittsfield, Hartwick and German Flats. Company K. La
Westford (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 3
s: Company A. Manheim, Little Falls, Salisbury and Dunbar. Company B. Winfield, Plainfield, Litchfield, German Flats, Columbia and Stark. Company C. Fairfield, Russia, Herkimer and Newport. Company D. Frankfort, Warren, Manheim, Schuyler, Columbia and Salisbury. Company E. Middlefield, Milford, Cherry Valley, Hartwick, Springfield, Otego and Roseboom. Company F. Edminston, Exeter, Unadilla, Otego and Maryland. Company G. Cherry Valley, Roseboom, Decatur, Middlefield, Westford, Worcester and Herkimer. Company H. Little Falls, Richfield, Salisbury and Otego. Company I. Milford, Laurens, Morris, Worcester, Pittsfield, Hartwick and German Flats. Company K. Laurens, New Lisbon, Oneonta, Burlington, Otego, Butternuts, Pittsfield and Plainfield. A camp for the regiment was selected across the Mohawk River from Herkimer on German Flats, and named Camp Schuyler. The contract for this camp-site reads as follows: Headquarters Camp Schuyler, August 29, 1862
Russia (Russia) (search for this): chapter 3
companies. Headquarters were established at Herkimer, and the enlistment was pushed so energetically that by the middle of August a full regiment was assured, and the recruiting officers were ordered to report at headquarters with their men. The townships from which the several companies were recruited were as follows: Company A. Manheim, Little Falls, Salisbury and Dunbar. Company B. Winfield, Plainfield, Litchfield, German Flats, Columbia and Stark. Company C. Fairfield, Russia, Herkimer and Newport. Company D. Frankfort, Warren, Manheim, Schuyler, Columbia and Salisbury. Company E. Middlefield, Milford, Cherry Valley, Hartwick, Springfield, Otego and Roseboom. Company F. Edminston, Exeter, Unadilla, Otego and Maryland. Company G. Cherry Valley, Roseboom, Decatur, Middlefield, Westford, Worcester and Herkimer. Company H. Little Falls, Richfield, Salisbury and Otego. Company I. Milford, Laurens, Morris, Worcester, Pittsfield, Hartwick and German Fl
Decatur (Illinois, United States) (search for this): chapter 3
cruited were as follows: Company A. Manheim, Little Falls, Salisbury and Dunbar. Company B. Winfield, Plainfield, Litchfield, German Flats, Columbia and Stark. Company C. Fairfield, Russia, Herkimer and Newport. Company D. Frankfort, Warren, Manheim, Schuyler, Columbia and Salisbury. Company E. Middlefield, Milford, Cherry Valley, Hartwick, Springfield, Otego and Roseboom. Company F. Edminston, Exeter, Unadilla, Otego and Maryland. Company G. Cherry Valley, Roseboom, Decatur, Middlefield, Westford, Worcester and Herkimer. Company H. Little Falls, Richfield, Salisbury and Otego. Company I. Milford, Laurens, Morris, Worcester, Pittsfield, Hartwick and German Flats. Company K. Laurens, New Lisbon, Oneonta, Burlington, Otego, Butternuts, Pittsfield and Plainfield. A camp for the regiment was selected across the Mohawk River from Herkimer on German Flats, and named Camp Schuyler. The contract for this camp-site reads as follows: Headquarters Camp Sc
Richfield (New York, United States) (search for this): chapter 3
. Company B. Winfield, Plainfield, Litchfield, German Flats, Columbia and Stark. Company C. Fairfield, Russia, Herkimer and Newport. Company D. Frankfort, Warren, Manheim, Schuyler, Columbia and Salisbury. Company E. Middlefield, Milford, Cherry Valley, Hartwick, Springfield, Otego and Roseboom. Company F. Edminston, Exeter, Unadilla, Otego and Maryland. Company G. Cherry Valley, Roseboom, Decatur, Middlefield, Westford, Worcester and Herkimer. Company H. Little Falls, Richfield, Salisbury and Otego. Company I. Milford, Laurens, Morris, Worcester, Pittsfield, Hartwick and German Flats. Company K. Laurens, New Lisbon, Oneonta, Burlington, Otego, Butternuts, Pittsfield and Plainfield. A camp for the regiment was selected across the Mohawk River from Herkimer on German Flats, and named Camp Schuyler. The contract for this camp-site reads as follows: Headquarters Camp Schuyler, August 29, 1862. This agreement, made this 25th day of July, A. D. 1862, b
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