Sep 23, 2008 · The three years' service of the Thirty-third Mass. infantry regiment 1862-1865 by Underwood, Adin B[allou] [from old catalog] Publication date 1881 Topics Massachusetts infantry. 33d regt., 1862-1865. [from old catalog], United States -- History Civil war, 1861-1865 Regimental histories Mass. inf. 33d. [from old catalog]. Jun 29, 2006 · The three years' service of the Thirty-third Mass. infantry regiment 1862-1865. And the campaigns and battles of Chancellorsville, Beverley's ford, Gettysburg, Wauhatchie, Chattanooga, Atlanta, the march to the sea and through the Carolinas, in which it took part by Underwood, Adin Ballou. Jun 02, 2008 · The Three Years' Service Of The Thirty-Third Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 1862-1865; And The Campaigns And Battles 1881 [Underwood, Adin Ballou] on. FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The Three Years' Service Of The Thirty-Third Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 1862-1865; And The Campaigns And Battles 1881.
Get this from a library! The three years' service of the Thirty-third Mass. Infantry Regiment 1862-1865: and the campaigns and battles of Chancellorsville, Beverley's Ford, Gettysburg, Wauhatchie, Chattanooga, Atlanta, the march to the sea and through the Carolinas, in which it took part. [Adin B Underwood]. Sep 19, 2017 · The three years' service of the Thirty-third Mass. infantry regiment 1862-1865. And the campaigns and battles of Chancellorsville, Beverley's ford, Gettysburg, Wauhatchie, Chattanooga, Atlanta, the march to the sea and through the Carolinas, in which it took part - 1880 - Adin Ballou Underwood - 362 pages. [From Adin B. Underwood, The Three Years’ Service of the Thirty-Third Mass. Infantry Regiment 1881.] NAME AND RANK. Age. Residence or Place credited to. Date of Muster. Termination of Service and cause thereof. Burrage, Joseph P., 1st Sergt. 20 Cambridge August 7, '62 Second Lieut., May 18, 1863. Burrage, William A., 1st Sergt. TWELFTH REGIMENT MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. Three Years. The 12th Regt. Mass. Vol. Inf., known as the "Webster Regiment", was recruited in the latter part of April, 1861, through the personal efforts of Fletcher Webster, son of the statesman, Daniel Webster.During the first week in May, 1861, the regiment was transferred to Fort Warren, where its organization was completed.
The story of the 3rd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry begins with the very start of the Civil War. On Monday, April 14th, 1861, President Lincoln asked his states for 75,000 volunteer troops to serve him for three months. The Third Regiment Mass Voluntary Militia, "Minute Men", was summoned to Boston by Adjutant General Schouler. The 3rd Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Regiment was a peacetime regiment of infantry that was activated for federal service in the Union Army for two separate tours during the American Civil War.The regiment consisted of companies from Plymouth and Bristol Counties. During their first "90 days" term, the regiment mainly served garrison duty in the vicinity of Fortress Monroe on the Virginia. Regiment lost during service 1 Officer and 19 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 2 Officers and 129 Enlisted men by disease. Total 151. 4th Battalion Infantry Militia Organized at Boston May 27, 1862. Mustered out May 31, 1862. 5th Regiment Infantry 3 month Militia Tendered services to the government April 15, 1861. United States. Army. Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 35th 1862-1865, United States -- History Civil War, 1861-1865 Regimental histories Publisher Boston, Mills, Knight & Co Collection cdl; civilwardocuments; americana Digitizing sponsor msn Contributor University of California Libraries Language English. The 3rd United States Infantry Regiment is a regiment of the United States Army.It currently has three active battalions, and is readily identified by its nickname, The Old Guard, as well as Escort to the President.The regimental motto is Noli Me Tangere from Latin: – "Touch Me Not".The regiment is a major unit of the Military District of Washington MDW.
A record of the Twenty-third Regiment Mass. Vol. Infantry in the War of the Rebellion 1861-1865: with alphabetical roster, company rolls, portraits, maps, etc. 1886 1886 by Emmerton, James A. James Arthur, 1834-1888. Record Group 391 1815-1950 6,255 cu. ft. Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents 391.1 ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY 391.2 RECORDS OF THE ARTILLERY 1821-1943 1,607 lin. ft. 391.2.1 Records of the 1st-7th Artillery Regiments 391.2.2 Records of field artillery units 391.2.3 Records of coast artillery companies 391.2.4 Records of field artillery regiments 1916-43 391.2.5. The 21st Massachusetts Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment in the Union Army during the American Civil War.It was organized in Worcester, Massachusetts and mustered into service on August 23, 1861. After garrison duty at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, the regiment served with the Coast Division commanded by Maj. Gen. Ambrose Burnside. Oliver A. Ricker b. 1838, of Lawrence, Mass., enlisted in C Company, 40th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, on August 14, 1862. He served for three years and saw service in the area of Washington, D.C., before becoming ill with typhoid fever and spending time in a military hospital.
About the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment The 3d U.S. Infantry, traditionally known as "The Old Guard," is the oldest active-duty infantry unit in the Army, serving our nation since 1784. The Old Guard is the Army's official ceremonial unit and escort to the president, and it also provides security for Washington, D.C., in time of national emergency. The 35th Regt. Mass. Vol. Inf. was organized at Camp Stanton, Lynnfield, and was composed mostly of men enrolled in eastern Massachusetts. It was recruited during July and the early part of August, 1862, and its members were mustered into the service largely between August 9 and 19. May 11, 2013 ·  James L. Bowen, Massachusetts in the War, 1888, p. 498-499  Bowen, p. 499  Bowen, p. 997  Adin Ballou Underwood, Three Years Service of the Thirty-third Mass. Regiment Infantry 1862-1865, 1880, p. 117  Underwood, p. 118-119  Underwood, p. 119  Underwood, p. 123  Bradley M. Gottfried, Brigades of Gettysburg, 2002.
The 27th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment recruited in Massachusetts for service in the American Civil War. The ten companies of the 27th Massachusetts Volunteers were recruited in the western part of the State in the late summer and fall of 1861. The original recruits were officially mustered in for 3 years at Springfield between Sept. 19 and 27. The original. This collection consists of carte de visite portraits of members of the 20th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment, taken during the Civil War. Collection Description. This collection consists of 43 carte de visite portraits of members of the 20th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment of the Civil War, taken from 1862 to ca. 1865. The Third United States Infantry first came into being under the Act of March 5, 1792, an act for making farther and more effectual provisions for the protection of the frontiers of the United States, and which, among other things, provided for the raising of three additional regiments of infantry, also for the completion of the battalion of artillery and two regiments of infantry already in.
The 14th Infantry was organized under the President's proclamation of May 4, 1861, which was confirmed by an act of Congress Of July 29th of the same year. Twice before a regiment designated as 14th Infantry had been organized in our Service. The first in the War of 1812. History of the Nineteenth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1865 Massachusetts Infantry. 19th Regt., 1861-1865, United States. Army. Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 19th 1861-1865 Full view - 1906. Mustered out June 8, 1865, and discharged from service June 21, 1865. Regiment lost during service 6 Officers and 105 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 3 Officers and 160 Enlisted men by disease. Total 274. See also: Bunker Hill Club. A Brief Memorial of Lieut. P. Marion Holmes, of 36th Regt., Mass. Vols. Watson’s Press, 1864. Massachusetts furnished more regiments to the Continental Army than any other state, and the story of its line is the most complex. Although the Provincial Congress was in the process of planning a “Constitutional Army” to keep watch over the royal forces in Boston in early 1775, the fighting at Lexington and Concord caught it by surprise.
The 1st Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment in the Union army during the American Civil War.It was the first regiment to leave Massachusetts for a three-year term several had previously left for 90-day terms in response to President Abraham Lincoln's May 3, 1861 call for three-year regiments. It was also the first three-year regiment from any state to reach.
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