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Reception, 2d Regiment N.C. Volunteer Infantry, July 5th, 1898

Confederate States of America. Army. North Carolina Infantry Regiment, 2nd

Reception, 2d Regiment N.C. Volunteer Infantry, July 5th, 1898

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Published by 2d Regiment, North Carolina Volunteer Infantry? in Raleigh, N.C.? .
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  • Confederate States of America. Army. North Carolina Infantry Regiment, 2nd

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    Other titlesReception, 2nd Regiment N.C. Volunteer Infantry, July 5th, 1898., Reception, Second Regiment North Carolina Volunteer Infantry, July 5th, 1898.
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    Open LibraryOL25520179M
    OCLC/WorldCa301989475

    The Seventeenth Regiment was recruited principally from the Irish Population of the State. The regimental organization was effected under the management of Col. John L. Dornan at Camp Randall, Madison. The muster into the United States Service was completed on 15 March , and the regiment left the State on the 23rd. for St. Louis, Mo.


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Lewis Stephen Pilcher, by the Medical society of the county of Kings, U.S. Grant post, no.of the department of New York, Grand Army of the Republic and the. The regiment remained in the entrenchments until the evening of the 3d, and the retreat of the army having commenced that evening in a drenching rain, the morning Reception the 4th found the 2d Division, 5th Corps, the last troops crossing the river, covering the retreat of the Army of the Potomac, and the 2d Infantry was with it.

In July the 2nd Infantry Regiment along with the 5th Infantry Division landed in Normandy, France. It became part of General George Patton 's Third United States Army, leading the way in the breakout from the beaches of Normandy in Operation Cobra, capturing Rheims and then seized Metz after a major battle at Fort : United States Army.

Major Galt, promoted to the 2d when a new major was added to each artillery regiment, arrived and took command before the battle of Churubusco.

Capt. Smith, on leaving Vera Cruz, was given command of a battalion of light troops, consisting of K (his own) and I of the 2d and one company each of the 5th and 8th Infantry. On MaLieut.-Col.

George Sykes, 5th Infantry, bvt. major-general, U. A., was attached to, and took command of the regiment, and in August following formally assumed command as its colonel,—in succession to Colonel Frederick Steele, whose death.

The Fourth Regiment of Infantry «Return to Table of Contents A telegraphic order on July 2d directed the regiment to embark on the Steamship Ohio, a vessel already bearing a full passenger list. In compliance with the order eight companies, with headquarters and band, sailed on July 5th from New York for Aspinwall.

The Ohio was commanded. A history of the Eighth Regiment of New Hampshire Volunteers: including its service as infantry, Second N. Cavalry, and Veteran Battalion in the Civil War ofcovering a period of three years, ten months, and nineteen days.

Concord, NH: Ira C Evans, Printer, On the 5th of July the organization of Company G, 3d Battalion, at Camp Thomas, was completed, and with it the organization of the regiment with 24 complete companies.

On the 2d of July the portion of the regiment in the field was augmented by the arrival of companies E, 1st Battalion, and C and F, 3d Battalion, under command of Captain H. Note Denny McCobb was appointed colonel of the Maine and New Hampshire Volunteers, Dec. 23, ; 2d Regiment N.C.

Volunteer Infantry colonel of the 37th Infantry, Mar. 26, ; transferred to the 45th Infantry, Apr. 21, ; and honorably discharged J Robert Withington's discharge, dated Julyis on a discharge certificate of the 45th Infantry. On May 17th, the entire regiment was mustered in and the new unit was designated the “2nd Regiment Infantry, New York Vols.” Following its federalization the 2nd Regiment was ordered to Chickamauga, TN where it was brigaded with the 5th Maryland and the 2nd Nebraska and attached to the First Division of the First Army Corp.

John A. Allen Papers (MSS A). Appointment as military governor of Beaufort, N.C. with two letters received in that capacity, Also commissions, leave, discharge as major and captain in regiment. Eleventh Regiment, Rhode Island Volunteer Infantry.

9-month regiment, October 1 - July 13 July 17 Served at 2nd Bull. The closing exercises, reception and welcome were held in Schenley Park, Pittsburg, after which the several organizations composing the Tenth Regiment, Volunteer Infantry, proceeded to their several home stations.

Source: Record of July 5th Volunteers in the Spanish-American War,Thomas J. Stewart, Adjutant General, Table of. This volunteer regiment should not be confused with the 1st North Carolina Infantry Regiment (NCST), which formed near Warrenton, N.C. Approximately"Old North State" soldiers fought during the course of the war; moreover, 40, never returned home.

At the Battle of Big Bethel, North Carolina experienced its Baptism of Fire and. The 2nd Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment in the Union Army during the American Civil War.

Major George H. Gordon (later Brigadier General), a West Point graduate and veteran of the Mexican-American War, organized the unit's recruitment and 2nd Massachusetts was trained at Camp Andrew in West Roxbury, Massachusetts on the site of the.

The 2nd Wisconsin Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil spent most of the war as a member of the famous Iron Brigade of the Army of the suffered the largest number of casualties as a percentage of its total enlistment of any Union Army unit in the war.

2nd Regiment, North Carolina Junior Reserves Formed in December,by consolidating the just organized 2nd and 5th Junior Reserve Battalions. Surrender on Ap 2nd Regiment, North Carolina Militia "Units of the Confederate States Army" by Joseph H.

Crute, Jr. contains no history for this unit." 2nd Regiment, North Carolina Senior. st Infantry Regiment Civil War. History. Mustered in: Septem Mustered out: June 8, The following is taken from New York in the War of the Rebellion, 3rd ed.

Frederick : J. Lyon Company, (Note: Sloan served with the 3rdTennessee Infantry Regiment from the War’s beginning to 19 Augustafter which he was attached to the 5th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment.

His diary has accounts of the battles of Chickamauga and New Hope Church.). Vermont soldiers in the Civil War wrote an enormous quantity of letters and diaries, of which many thousands have survived in libraries, historical societies, and in private hands.

This collection represents a selection of letters and diaries from the University of Vermont and the Vermont Historical Society.

The collection includes materials dating from A history of the Seventy-third Regiment of Illinois Infantry Volunteers: its services and experiences in camp, on the march, on the picket and skirmish lines, and in many battles of the war, l including a sketch in full of the valuable and indispensible services rendered by Opdycke's First Brigade, Second Division, Fourth Army Corps, in the campaign in Tennessee in the fall of During almost the entire term of service, the regiment was attached to Gen.

Sykes' famous division of regulars, which contained one brigade of volunteers, in which the 5th bore a prominent and worthy part.

Col. Fox names the 5th as one of the "three hundred fighting regiments" and quotes Gen. Sykes as having said it was one of the best.

The 54th Ohio Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment in the Union Army during the American Civil War.

Kentucky, to March 2nd Brigade, 5th Division, Army of the Tennessee, to May 1st Brigade, 5th Division, Army of the Tennessee, to July 1st Brigade, N.C., March 20– Occupation of Goldsboro March History Origin.

Prince Alfred's Guard was established on 19 September as the Port Elizabeth Volunteer Rifle Corps. In the title Prince Alfred's Guard was assumed unofficially (after Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh) and on 11 July this name was officially sanctioned as Prince Alfred's Volunteer name was later changed to Prince Alfred's Guard.

Roster and Records Index Page HISTORICAL SKETCH TWELFTH REGIMENT IOWA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY The ten companies composing the Twelfth Regiment of Iowa Volunteer Infantry were ordered into quarters by Governor Kirkwood on dates ranging from Sept.

14 to Oct. 10,under the proclamation of President Lincoln bearing date J The full finding aid for Civil War Union Volunteer Regimental Books also includes the number of volumes for each regiment. For further information on the records available for the following regiments, please contact the Old Military and Civil Branch (NWCTB), Room 13W, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC So on Janumy 2nd Great Grandfather Henry Clay Shive, a prisoner of war took the oath of allegiance to the U.S., and mustered in with the U.S.

1st Volunteer Infantry. In Company "D" serving under Captain Enoch Adams, while serving with this Unit Henry C. Shive achieve the rank of Corporal.

Hargis, Robert B., 2nd Lt.- Enlisted as a Sergeant in the 1st Florida Volunteer Infantry Regiment on May 1st, ; discharged on November 22nd,to accepted promotion; mustered into service as 2nd Lieutenant on November. The story of brothers Reason, Will and Perry Bull who served in the 92nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

Based primarily on National Archives military & pension records and Whitelaw Reid's Ohio in the Civil War. Letters Home. George Butler Turner and the 92nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Marietta, Ohio, to Missionary Ridge, Tennessee July to November.

On 1 Julythe Sixth Regiment took the brunt of the fighting during the charge up San Juan Hill, but carried its standard high and bravely, and always forward, and won the battle.

The Regiment then sailed in late July to the Philippines to help quell the Philippine Insurrection. Brief History [edit | edit source] "Compendium of the War of the Rebellion" by Frederick H. Dyer contains no history for this unit. The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, (accessed Feburary ) Companies in this Regiment with the Counties of Origin [edit | edit source].

Men often enlisted in a company recruited in the counties where they lived though not always. The 2nd Regiment, Rhode Island was organized at Providence June, It was mustered out J For more information on the history of this unit, see: The Civil War Archive section, 2nd Regiment Infantry, (accessed 6 November ).

The Wikipedia Article, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, (accessed 6 November ). 34th Regiment Infantry (5th Reserves Infantry) (See 5th Reserves Infantry.) 34th Regiment Militia Infantry.

Organized at Reading July 3,for the protection of Pennsylvania during Lee's invasion. Duty at Reading and Philadelphia. Mustered out Aug 35th Regiment Infantry (See 74th Infantry.) 35th Regiment Infantry (6th Reserves. This company was organized from two detachments of men from Raleigh, Wake County, and Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina.

The company was completed its organization and was mustered into United States service as Company B of the 3rd North Carolina Infantry Regiment, United States Volunteers, under the command of Captain James E.

Hamlin, on May 12th,at Fort Macon. 3rd Infantry Regiment Civil War Albany Regiment. History Mustered in: Mustered out: Aug The following is taken from New York in the War of the Rebellion, 3rd ed.

Frederick : J. Lyon Company, Fred J. Winter was born in Germany in He enlisted in the 5th Ohio Volunteer Infantry in and served with that Regiment in Florida during the War with Spain.

He was discharged in November and that same month enlisted in Company F of the 22nd Infantry. He served with the 22nd Infantry in the Philippines from March until his.

National flag, Ninth infantry; extract from history of regiment: "On the 22d of May () in line with the whole army of the Tennessee the regiment went first up to the assault. Its colors went down a few feet from the rebel works after the last one of its guard had fallen, either killed or wounded, and its dripping folds were drawn thence.

FIFTH INFANTRY. ALLEN, CHARLES N.—Age, 26 years. Enlisted, Decemat New York city; mustered in as private, Co. E, Decem­to serve. The 6th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry was mustered into service on MayAt the time of mustering in, the regiment consisted of forty-seven officers and enlisted men.

When the regiment was mustered out on Januthe regiment consisted of. The 2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment lost 14 officers and enlisted men killed or mortally wounded and 2 officers and 96 enlisted men to disease during the Civil War.

The regiment is honored by a monument at Gettysburg, the first permanent regimental monument on the battlefield. Returns from Regular Army Infantry Regiments, June –December NARA microfilm publication M, rolls 1–,– of Records of the Adjutant General's Office, 's–, Record Gr and Records of United States Regular .Attached to Wyncoop's 2nd Brigade, Keim's 2nd Division, Patterson's Army.

Duty at Hagerstown and Funkstown, Goose Creek, Edward's Ferry, June At Frederick J and at Martinsburg, Va., July Moved to Harper's Ferry July Mustered out J 1st Regiment Reserves Infantry (30th Volunteers) Organized at West Chester June 9.20th S C Volunteer Infantry Regiment By: Mac Wyckoff E-mail: [email protected] The 20th South Carolina was organized on Janu in response to the call for an additio troops from South Carolina.

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