Thirty-fifth regiment Massachusetts Infantry.
（1) Col. Edward A. Wild
, Brig. Gen.
U. S. Vols.
（2) Col. Sumner Carruth
, Bvt. Brig. Gen.
U. S. Vols.
|Field and Staff.||Line.||companies.||Unassigned Recruits.||Totals.|
|Number on regimental rolls,—|
|Enlisted men (included above) commissioned in regiment.2||8||–||2||2||3||3||2||3||4||5||3||6||–||41|
|Enlisted men (included above) serving elsewhere within regiment.||–||–||1||2||1||2||–||–||1||2||1||1||–||11|
|Actual total of members of regiment,—|
The 35th Mass. Infantry was organized at Lynnfield, Mass.
, under the call for three years regiments, in July, 1862, and mustered into service on varying dates from August 9 to 19, left the State
on the 22d, under Col. Edward A. Wild
Encamping for a few days near the capital, it was assigned to the 9th Corps, and on September 8 joined the 2d Brigade, 2d Division, in Maryland
It took part at the battle of South Mountain
, where Colonel Wild
was severely wounded; was closely engaged with great loss, under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Carruth
, at Burnside's Bridge during the battle of Antietam
, and was active at Fredericksburg
under Major Willard
, who was mortally wounded in the charge on Marye's Heights
Leaving the winter camp for Newport News Feb. 9, 1863, the regiment formed in March part of the force sent to join General Burnside
in the department of the Ohio, and, reaching Covington, Ky.
, March 30, was stationed successively at Mount Sterling
In June it was sent to reinforce General Grant
, served during the siege and followed General Johnston
's forces to Jackson
Returning to Covington
August 14, it moved in October to Knoxville, Tenn.
, took part in the operations in the vicinity in November and was on duty in the city during the siege.
The regiment returned to Annapolis, Md.
, in April, 1864, and became, under Colonel Carruth
, part of the 1st Brigade, General Stevenson
It was detailed to guard the supply train of the division at the Wilderness
Rejoining its brigade May 17 before Spotsylvania
, it took part in the assault on the next day and was actively engaged at North Anna
Serving under Captain Park
as engineer corps for the division, the regiment was active during the operations about Cold Harbor and at the siege of Petersburg
, taking active part at the Crater July 30, and at the battle of Weldon Railroad
Relieved from engineer duty in September, it continued its service in the siege with the 1st Brigade during the autumn
, joining in the pursuit of Lee
's army after the fall of Petersburg
in April, 1865.
Receiving the news of Lee
's surrender at Farmville
, it reached Alexandria
April 28, where it spent its remaining days of service, taking part in the grand review at Washington
On June 9, 1865, the regiment was mustered out, those whose term of service had not yet expired being transferred to the 29th Mass. Infantry, and was paid off and discharged at Readville, Mass., June 27, 1865.