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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.30 (search)
62; wounded in hip July 3, 1863, in battle at Gettysburg, and captured. Exchanged August 28, 1863. Dowell, R. E., wounded in hip in battle at Brook Church, May 12, 1864; little finger shot off in battle at Cold Harbor. Dowell, Ezekiel, enlisted August, 1863. Duncan, J. B. Draper, John, discharged on regular detail. EdwaWar. Flynt, O. K. Gilliam, James L., detailed government tanner, afterwards transferred to Fifth Regiment, Virginia Cavalry. Gilbert, Beverly, wounded May 12, 1864, in battle at Brook Church. Gerold, Garland F., wounded in battle at Gaines Mill, June 27, 1862, left leg amputated. Honorably discharged October 7, 1863, July 3, 1863. Twyman, Travis J., promoted third corporal; captured at Yorktown, April 26, 1862; exchanged August 5, 1862; wounded in battle at Brook Church, May 12, 1864. Teel, Lewis, discharged under age, July, 1861. Vaughan, William J., detailed teamster. Vaughan, Cornelius G., detailed teamster. Wood, James F., wound
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.8 (search)
granite shaft, nine feet high and four feet wide, mounted on a solid granite pedestal two and one-half feet high. On the shaft is a pedestrian statue of a private soldier seven feet high, with musket at arms rest position. The cost of that shaft was $10,000. It bears the following inscripion: 1861-1865. Fifteenth regiment, New Jersey Volunteers. Erected by the State of New Jersey to mark that portion of the Confederate line held by the Fourteenth Georgia Regiment and assaulted May 12, 1864, by the Fifteenth Regiment, New Jersey Volunteer Infantry, commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel Edward K. Campbell. Men engaged, 423; loss, 116 killed, 159 wounded, 33 missing. On the opposite side is the following inscription: Commissioners appointed by Governor John Franklin Fort, viz., Hon. John F. Dryden, chairman; Sergeant William H. Wyckoff, treasurer; Private Stephen W. Gordon, secretary; Sergeant William H. Crawley, General Joseph W. Plume, Private Albert W. Whiteland, Priv
Historic leaves, volume 7, April, 1908 - January, 1909, Company E, 39th Massachusetts Infantry, in the Civil War.—(Iv.) (search)
E, discharged at Washington August 23, 1864; lives in Somerville. Glines, Frederick A., promoted to corporal; taken prisoner August 19, 1864; died in prison, Salisbury, N. C., January 6, 1865. Gorham, David, promoted to corporal; wounded May 12, 1864; taken prisoner August 19, 1864; died in prison, Salisbury, N. C., December 10, 1864. Graham, William L., came home on five-days' furlough, and deserted June, 1863; from Nova Scotia. Grant, Edward L., on detached service from September 1 musician (bugler), transferred early to the Veteran Reserve Corps, no date; died, no date. Northey, George A., wounded and taken prisoner May 8, 1864; discharged March 6, 1865; died in Malden September 4, 1902. Odiorne, William, wounded May 12, 1864; mustered out June 2, 1865; died some fifteen years ago. Oliver, Francis J., taken prisoner October 11, 1863; died at Andersonville October 10, 1864. Oliver, Judson W., enlisted in Company I, Fifth Regiment, from May 1 to July 31, 1861;
89; swiftness of, VI., 21 seq.; effort of, to reach Wilmington, N. C., VI., 39; profits of, VI., 106, 107; pay of officers anti crew on, VI., 107; commanded by Confederate naval officers, VI., 108; first effective step against, VI., 115; number of captured, VI., 122; of Charleston, S. C., VI., 238; channel marks of, VI., 255; chases of, VI., 294; last of the, VI., 291. Bloodiest day of the Civil War, II., 63. Bloody angle. Spotsylvania, Va.: II., 247, 260; Federal victory at, May 12, 1864, III., 57; Confederate entrenchments near, III., 57, 62, 66, 68; V., 27. Bloody Lane, Antietam, Md., II., 69, 72. Bloomery Gap., Va., I., 356. Bloomfield, Va., II., 326. Blounts Farm, Ala., II., 332. Blountsville, Ala., VII., 145. Blountsville, Tenn., II., 344. Blue adopted by the Federals Viii., 95. Blue and the gray, F. M. Finch, IX., 138, 273. Blue Coats are over the border, A. E. Blackmar, IX., 343. Blue Mills, Mo., I., 350,
, II., 64; fortifications, Port Hudson, La., II., 210; siege-gun mounted, Port Hudson, La., II., 211; Eighth Cav., II., 330; possessions, April, 1864, III., 16; prisoners, III., 26, 27, 286; breastworks, III., 41; dead of Ewell's corps, III., 61; lead, III., 63; photographs, III., 169-171; army on the verge of starvation, unsuccessful in obtaining supplies, III., 305, 309, 313; want versus Union abundance, applied to horses, IV., 107; cause, heavy blow to, by Gen. J. F. B. Stuart's death, May 12, 1864, IV., 109; damage caused by, IV., 118, 119; raids in the West, IV., 141 seq.; partisan bands, definition and usefulness of, IV., 168; partisan ranger, a famous character, regarded as a mythical figure by Union army officers and men, IV., 168, 170, 171, 172, 177; partisan ranger, practical illustration of the work of, IV., 169; partisan ranger, best known to the Union troops and most anxiously sought for; his exploits; raid (Morgan's) through Ohio and it effects upon the North, IV., 174; g
, 1862, to Aug. 1, 1864. 50James B. DunnE18July 2, 1861; died April 12, 1862, at Williamsport, Md. 51Edmund G. EastmanG18Aug. 1, 1862; dis. Jan. 13, 1863, disa. 52Ephraim T. WhittemoreG18Aug. 11, 1862, to Aug. 1, 1864. Fifteenth Regiment Infantry. (three Years.) Name.Co.Age.Term of service. 53Isaac P. ConingC24Aug. 12, 1862; dis. Mar. 17, 1863, disa. Sixteenth Regiment Infantry. (three Years.) Name.Co.Age.Term of service. 54Michael CampbellC35.July 2, 1861; deserted May 12, 1864. 47*Edward LennonD21Aug. 30, 1861; trans. to 11th Inf. July 11, 1864. 55John J. HaganF17July 12, 1861; dis. June 26, 1863, disa. 56Thomas O'LearyF31July 12, 1861, to July 27, 1864. Seventeenth Regiment Infantry. (three Years.) Name.Co.Age.Term of service. 57Algernon S. Nichols, hos.stew.18March 4, 1866, to July 11, 1865. 57*Algernon S. NicholsC18Dec. 26, 1863; hos. stew. Mar. 4, 1865. Nineteenth Regiment Infantry. (three Years.) Name.Co.Age.Term of service. 58Wil
Gen Lee and Gordon's charge. --It was stated by our army correspondent, a few days since, that when a division gave way at Spotsylvania Court House, Gen Lee was about leading a charge to recover the lost ground, but the men insisted upon his going to the rear. A soldier who was in the fight at that point writes the following: The 12th of May, 1864, will be ever memorable and remembered as the day of one of the most bloody and obstinate struggles which have ever market the annals of war, or added fresh horrors to this most cruel contest. Before daylight we were moved up to the support of Hayes's and Stafford's brigades in the works, and scarcely had the gray tinge of morning began to dispel the darkness of a damp and drizzly night, when, after the three cheers which we knew to be the precursor of a charge, and a brief scattering are on our right, we were astonished and mortified to see the troops in that direction pouring out of the works in the woods, showing that the en
Casualties in Capt O B Taylor's battery to the 4th June, 1864, inclusive: At Spotsylvania C H, May 12th, 1864--George Chambers, dangerously wounded in the neck. At Hanover Junction, May 23d--Albert G Priest, painfully, though not seriously, wounded in wrist. On line of battle one and a half miles north of Gaines's Mill, June 3d --Charles Hazard, dangerously wounded through the hip Same position, June 4th--Vincent F Burford, shot through the head, instantly killed. Casualties in the Richmond Fayette Artillery on Wednesday, the 224 --Killed; Private Alexander Newman. Wounded: Sergt Hilaman, private John Frazier. The fight lasted all that evening.
ippi, to be Colonel 19th Mississippi regiment, to rank May 12, 1864. Major E. C. Council, of Mississippi, to be Colonel 16th Mississippi regiment, to rank May 12, 1864. Lieutenant Colonel T. M. Legan, of South Carolina, to be Colonel of Hautenant Colonel of 1st South Carolina regiment, to rank May 12, 1864. Captain Thos J. Dala, of North Carolina, to be Liet Colonel of the 4th Virginia Cavalry regiment, to rank May 12, 1864 Captain J. H. Duncan of Mississippi, to be Lieutenant Colonel of the 19th Mississippi regiment, to rank May 12, 1864 Major S. McNeill Baln, of Mississippi, to be Lieutenant Colonel of the 16th Mississippi regiment, to rank May 12, 1864. Major T. H. Patterson, of Alabama, to be Lieutenant Colonel of the 30th Alabama regiment, to rank May 12, 1864. Major Robert De Treville, of South Carolina, to be Lieutenanabama, to be Major Thirtieth Alabama regiment, to rank May 12th, 1864. Captain Warren Adams, of South Carolina, to be Ma
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