2 edition of Army experience of Capt. John Donaghy, 103d Penn"a vols. 1861-1864. found in the catalog.
Army experience of Capt. John Donaghy, 103d Penn"a vols. 1861-1864.
|LC Classifications||E601 .D67|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||26020251|
John was a Capt. in the Union Army during the Civil War with Co. A, 47th. KY. Infantry. ***** Lexington Herald (5 Aug. ) transcribed by FoFG MZ LONDON, Ky., Aug. 4. – Captain John Pennington, ex-Union soldier, died at his home at Annville, aged seventy-eight years. He was captain of Company A. Diane Reed, Chief of the Commission’s Publications and Sales Division proposed that a book be created telling the story of Pennsylvania during the Civil War using the vast holdings of the PHMC. In order to create the book, an overview of the PHMC Civil War holdings was necessary.
Connecticut Continental Troops, Second Regiment was raised on the first call for troops by the Legislature April-May, Recruited in present Middlesex Co., and eastern part of the Colony. Marching by companies to the camps around Boston, it took post at Roxbury and served during the siege until expiration of term of service Dec., Captain John Doyle's Independent Rifle Company. The Regiment was authorized on J in the Continental Army as Capt. John Doyle's Independent Rifle Company. Organized on September 5, at Lancaster with recruits from central Pennsylvania and assigned to the Main Continental Army. Disbanded on July 1, at White Plains, New York.
Capt Theodore Wilker's Co VA Mil. Wells. John. Navy IF Rej. Marine on the USS "Boston" Wells. John. SC Capt Lewis Bonnett's Co VA Mil. Wells. John. no pension. Capt Sherman's Co 41st US Inf. As a Pvt, NH res BLW Wells. John. Old War IF Capt White's & Capt Ketchum's Co's Inf. NY res. Wells. John. no pension. Lt. Scott, John; lieutenant, in the Bucks county battalion of the flying camp, under Colonel Joseph Hart, and in the battle of Long Island, Aug Spung, Frederick; ensign in Captain John Fuller's company, second battalion, Berks county militia,
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Reviews. User-contributed reviews Tags. Add tags for "Army experience of Capt. John Donaghy". Be the first. Army. Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, rd. Full text of "History of the d regiment, Pennsylvania veteran volunteer infantry,by Luther S.
Dickey" See other formats. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Captain, Daniel Burkhardt of Pennsylvania.
Subsequently Major Klein was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel. His place was filled by Captain George Hubley of Pennsylvania, who was commissioned Major. The Chaplain was Rev. James Francis Armstrong of Maryland, ap- pointed December 3, He did not serve for long, as he resigned on February 1, Samuel J.
Gibson Diary and Correspondence Diary ( January 1-December 24) kept by Gibson while serving with Company B, rd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, U.S. Army. Documents the capture of the Federal garrison at Plymouth, N.C., April, and Gibson's life as a prisoner of war both on the march and at Andersonville, Ga., and Florence, S.C.
Sources Relating to Samuel J. Gibson and the rd Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry Dickey, Luther Samuel. History of the d Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry, Chicago: L. Dickey, LC catalog record. Available online through HathiTrust External and Internet Archive. Donaghy, John. Army Experience of Capt.
John Donaghy, d Penn'a Vols. A general "Return of the Army" of date Ju1y 1,reports the First Infantrv, strong, as under orders to join the "Division of the Right," which garrisoned the Lake frontier from Buffalo to Sacketts Harbor, and it is probable that the detachment of 99 men under Captain John Campbell, First Infantry, which was attacked by the Sac and Fox.
History. Organized October-November at Philadelphia from Philadelphia city, Philadelphia, Bucks, Berks and Northampton counties. Entered. After receiving a letter from Capt. John Copp of the 2 nd New York, the Committee of Arrangement passed a new resolution that sent Captain Copp to the 1 st New York and removed Capt.
Ten Eyck from the 1 st to the 2 nd Battalion and gave him command of its fifth company. Pennsylvania. Eshleman, B. - New Orleans, La. - Born in Lancaster County, Pa., March 9th, Entered Confederate Service May 26th,as Captain 4th Battery.
battles and leaders of the civil war "~'",-~. \ being for the most part contributions by union and confederate officers. based upon" the century war series." / edited by robert underwood johnson and clarence clough buel, of the edi torial staff of "the century magazine:' new-york ~ ije.
Company F - Captain Henry Epple, Captain John Reily, Captain John Marshall Company G - Captain Henry Epple, Major Thomas L.
Byles, Major William Alexander Company H - Captain Thomas L. Moore, Captain John Henderson Sources: Trussell, John B.B. and Charles C. Dallas. The Pennsylvania Line; Regimental Organization and Operations, Company I (6th Company) - Captain Matthew Smith, 1st Lieutenant John Holliday, Captain John McClellan - raised in Lancaster County (present-day Dauphin County) (mainly Scots-Irish men) Sources: Trussell, John B.B.
and Charles C. Dallas. Letter Book Captain Wm. Mervine U.S.N. Letter Book of Wm. Mervine; 6// Letters Sent Wm. Mervine Commanding Pacific Squadron; 5// Letters Sent by Wm Mervine, Commanding Pacific Squadron; 2// Letter Book of Captain John mery; 10// Letter Book of mery Comm.
U.S.S. Connecticut Continental Troops, Third Regiment - General Putnam, as found in The Record of Connecticut Men in the Military and Naval Service during the War of the Revolution, Edited by Henry P. Johnston, A.M. Under authority of The Adjutant-General of Connecticut.
On Septem the Continental Congress instructed the Treasurer of the Continental Army, John Mease, to supply Captain Doyle's company with money sufficient to purchase rifles and blankets.
On NovemCaptain Doyle and his Company were assigned to Col. Edward Hand's 1st Continental Regiment.Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army. During the War of the Revolution, John (R.
I.). Captain of Hitchcock's Rhode Island Regiment, 3d May to — December, with rank and pay of Colonel Continental Army, 24th December,and served to File Size: 84KB.