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The Iron Men of Indiana's 44th Regiment, Part 1: Biographies and Regimental Statistics, , ISBN , at the History Center and The Voice of Indiana's 44th Regiment, Part 2: Formation and Photos, , ISBN , at the History Center, The Voice of Indiana's 44th Regiment: Part 3, , ISBN , at. town hosting all 9th Regiment battalion musters during the war. Vernon would prove to be a good defensive position and rally point for the Indiana Legion in July of , and was an ideal location for company drill and Regiment musters since the first Jennings County militia was formed in Just a short 25 mile trip southeast. Total enrollment Killed 63 Wounded Died of wounds 35 Died of disease Discharged for disease, wounds or other causes Buried in National Cemeteries 60 Captured 17 Transferred 49 TENTH REGIMENT IOWA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY Term of service three years Mustered into service of the United States at Iowa City, Aug. 21, , by Captain.
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The 5th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry was organized at Camp Joe, Holt, Kentucky, September 9, The regiment moved to Louisville, Kentucky in June. It mustered out J For more information on the history of this unit, see: The Civil War Archive section, 5th Regiment Infantry "Louisville Legion", (accessed 29 June ).
The 5th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry Regiment U.S. (The Louisville Legion) "No single body of men can claim more honor for the grand result than the officers and men of the Louisville Legion of " Maj.
Gen. William T. Sherman. Welcome to the web site of the 5th Kentucky Infantry. My name is Joe Reinhart and I am the author of A History of. History of first regiment of infantry, the Louisville legion: and other military organizations (Macpherson, Ernest) Family History Library Military petitions, Louisville, Kentucky,(United States.
District Court) Family History Library The Final Disposition, Vol. History of the First Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War, (Dayton, OH: A. Kern, ), ed. by Albert Kern (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: Ohio -- History -- Civil War, -- Societies.
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Reginald Clements / Livres en langue étrangère Format: Broché. 1st (Turney’s) Confederate Infantry Regiment & 1st Tennessee Infantry Regiment. “The Companies in the First Tennessee and Other Regiments and Batteries.” In History of Davidson County, Tennessee, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers, Philadelphia, PA: J W.
Lewis & Co., (The Louisville Legion) "No single body of men can claim more honor for the grand result than the officers and men of the Louisville Legion of " Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman. Welcome to the web site of the 5th Kentucky Infantry. My name is Joe Reinhart and I am the author of A History of the.
The 63rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry was organized Januin Marietta, Ohio, by consolidation of a battalion of the 22nd Ohio and the four companies of the old 63rd Regiment. Governor David Tod appointed John W. Sprague as the regiment's colonel.
Its ten individual companies had been raised in southern Ohio. Service history. The other diary is that of Roderick D. Morehouse for the yearwhich documents his life in the nd New York Infantry Regiment during the final months of the Civil War and his transition back to civilian life.
4 folders. Located at the Vermont Historical Society. Richmond, William H. Reminiscences,[ca. 60th Infantry Regiment Civil War First St. Lawrence Regiment; Ogdensburg Regiment. History. Mustered in: Octo Mustered out: J The following is taken from New York in the War of the Rebellion, 3rd ed.
Frederick Phisterer. Albany: J. Lyon Company, History of First Regiment of Infantry; The Louisville Legion and Other Military Organizations ISBN ISBN Weakley, Elisha, Civil War Materials, SC One manuscript folder, one framed tintype. Photocopy. Collection guide online. Elisha Weakly was born in Shelbyville, Indiana.
He entered military service as a 1st sergeant on Aug in Co. A, 16th Infantry Regiment. He served out his one year enlistment and was mustered out. Col. Phil. Lee, Maj. Hewett, Col. Robert A. Johnson, Gen. Thomas H. Taylor and Col. William Preston Johnston were among the most active in recruiting companies in Louisville.
The first three became officers of the Second regiment, while the last two were made respectively the colonel and lieutenant-colonel of the First regiment, formed of. Officially, the regiment lost men, 3 officers and 48 enlisted men killed or mortally wounded, 3 officers and enlisted men died of disease.
This thread is intended to serve as the location for general regimental history, photographs, stories, articles and any other relevant information about the 22nd Kentucky infantry regiment. The cessation of active Indian warfare, and the occupation of many remote stations, called for a simpler administrative organization, and, pursuant to Act of Congressthe Legion was disbanded in Novemberthe President arranging and completing out, of the infantry of the sub-legions, four regiments of infantry.
The Fourth Infantry was in consequence organized from the. "The Spirit of ": History of the Sixth Indiana Regiment in the Three Months' Campaign in Western Virginia (Madison, IN: Courier Print, ), by Andrew J. Grayson (multiple formats at Indiana) Report on the organization and campaigns of the Army of the Potomac; to which is added an account of the campaign in western Virginia, with plans of.
The 22nd regiment of the Kentucky Volunteer Infantry was organized at Camp Swigert, Greenup County, Kentucky, on the 12th day of December,under D.
Of their service at Vickburg, Major General John A. McClernand said, “Men never fought more gallantlynay more desperately.” For eight long hours they held their ground; neither the blazing sun nor the deadly fire of. The 1st Infantry Division is a combined arms division of the United States Army, and is the oldest continuously serving in the Regular Army.
It has seen continuous service since its organization in during World War I. It was officially nicknamed "The Big Red One" (abbreviated "BRO") after its shoulder patch and is also nicknamed "The Fighting First".Branch: United States Army.
In contrast to the 93 rd, the nation’s other African American division did not arrive in France until the middle of The 92 nd Division took much longer to train and coalesce because they were comprised mostly of draftees without any military experience (and the War Department filled white units first).
Making matters more difficult, even after the 92 nd reached full strength, the War. Memorial History of Louisville from Its First Settlement to the YearVolume 1 Josiah Stoddard Johnston American Biographical Publishing Company, - Louisville (Ky.).
- My father's (Capt Benjamin Mondsie Oliver, MD) WWII regiment. See more ideas about Wwii, Division and World war two pins. Walker volunteered for U.S. Army service in the Mexican-American War and was appointed first lieutenant in the infantry on Febru On April 9,he was assigned to the 1st U.S.
Regiment of Voltiguers and Foot Riflemen, a light infantry regiment. He was regimental adjutant between May 1, and J The Regiment served at Camp Taylor near Louisville during The 16th Infantry Regiment became “New York’s Own.” It was a very popular addtion to the various ceremonies and parades held in Gotham throughout the year.
The first Zouave regiment in the Civil War, the 9th New York Volunteer Infantry or Hawkin’s Zouaves, was mustered in on Ap Other cities and states in the North and the South also saw the creation of Zouave units.
One French language newspaper commented “Ils pleut des Zouaves” (It is raining Zouaves) because there were so many. Our Regiment regrouped in Vernon prior to joining these and other forces gathered in North Vernon to execute the eastward pursuit of the Raiders.
With the Indiana Legion massed and equipped to engage them, Morgan and his Raiders moved into Ohio The infamous “Morgan’s Raid” ended in failure for the confederate cavalier, with he and a large. 13th Regiment Mississippi Infantry “Address of Miss Lou Covington, on the Occasion of the Presentation to the Winston Guards, of the Flag Purchased and Donated by the Ladies of Louisville.” Winston County Journal.
Louisville, MS: 11 March “An Account of the Civil War Service of William. A regiment is a military unit. Their role and size varies markedly, depending on the arm of service. In Medieval Europe, the term "regiment" denoted any large body of front-line soldiers, recruited or conscripted in one geographical area, by a leader, also the feudal lord of the soldiers.
By the end of the 17th century, regiments in most European armies were permanent units, numbering about Allegiance: Union. A brief history of the Twenty-eighth regiment New York state volunteers, First brigade, First division, Twelfth corps, Army of the Potomac, from the author's diary and official reports.
With the muster-roll of the regiment, and many pictures, articles and letters from surviving members and friends, with the report of proceedings of the thirty. He is listed in the book, The Story of Camp Chase by William H. Knauss but his name is misspelled in the book. He was a Robeson County, NC native.
WAS A FARMER PRIOR TO ENTERING THE SERVICE. ENLISTED AS A PRIVATE IN THE CIVIL WAR ON AP ENLISTED IN COMPANY C. 54TH NC INFANTRY REGIMENT ON POW ON MAY 4 AT. The 31st Cavalry is a historical organization within the United States Army and the Alabama Army National Guard that began as a Troop of Cavalry under "The Alabama Militia Law of ".
The unit was constituted on 24 July in the Alabama Militia as the 1st Regiment Cavalry Troop at Jackson, Alabama The last unit to fly a guidon with a 31st Cavalry designation was Troop E, 31st Cavalry, of Branch: Army. The following is a list of Manuscript collections containing materials relating to the Civil War.
RGAM: Dodge family The manuscript portion of the collection consists of miscellaneous papers relating to Grenville M.
Dodge and the Dodge family of Council Bluffs, Iowa. Included in the collection are various legal documents, deeds, financial receipts, letters, and. Descriptive book of Company A, 1st Regiment Infantry (St.
Louis), National Guard of Missouri, Civil War Discharge Certificates and Soldiers' Claims, St. Louis, Circulars of Ransom Post No. (St. Louis), Grand Army of the Republic, The Infantry Regiment was one of the regiments of the all-black 93nd Infantry Division.
I believe they did eventually serve in combat in the Philippines. For further research, look for a. A GUIDE TO THE Dept. of Confederate Military Records, (bulk) Series III: Miscellaneous Records.
The following list is a bibliography of Confederate regiments and other military units and are generally available through inter-library loan. More details on each book are available at Worldcat, the worldwide online catalog. For an overall national view see Bibliography of the American Civil War.
On the Confederacy see Confederate States of America. Another famous regiment was the 9th Indiana Infantry Regiment, which fought in many major battles and was among the first Hoosier regiments to see action in the war.
The 28th Indiana Colored Infantry Regiment was formed on Maat Camp Fremont in Indianapolis near what is now the Fountain Square district. Quartermaster and first lieutenant, nd New York Infantry; quartermaster, 28th Regiment, New York State Militia.
Born in Switzerland, Steiger enlisted at Brooklyn as a quartermaster on Apwas commissioned into the Field and Staff of the 28th Regiment on .About names are listed here for the Minute Men of Company I (D Company before the regiment’s reorganization) of Attala County, posted by David Frazier at Frazier Genealogy.
All are attributed to author James H. Wallace who wrote a history of the county. Jess McLean’s book, however, numbers Minute H. Grady Howell Jr.’s muster listing has names, with.The 39th North Carolina Regiment returned to Knoxville shortly after it was mustered in; it went into camp at the old fairgrounds.
During July and Augustthe regiment was detailed by companies to guard bridges, stores, and the line of communication from Bristol to Chattanooga along the East Tennessee & Virginia and the East Tennessee & Georgia railroads.