8 edition of History of the Eighty-sixth regiment Ohio volunteer infantry found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Joseph Nelson Ashburn.|
|LC Classifications||E525.5 86th|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||149 p.  p.|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||10008904|
The description of all the great battles in which it participated covers all the movements and the results. Thirdly, to Eliza V. Is the son of Silas and Susan Pruit Jeffreys. Our brigade was moved, early on the morning of the 20th, from its position of the night previous, and marched out on the left wing of the army to an old church, known as the McAfee church. The regiment reached Bridgeport on the 14th, where it received a mail—the first since Columbia. A large frame building had caught on fire and was in full blaze when we entered town.
A large frame building had caught on fire and was in full blaze when we entered town. Resigned, August 28,and came to this place, where he has followed his profession until the present time. The regiment advanced to the foot of a hill or ridge only a few hundred yards from the enemy's line of works, where it halted and lay down. The deceased were David, James E. By good fortune, its second colonel was a soldier and a disciplinarian.
He and his wife are members of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, and have two children now living: Mary E. The regiment now remained in Edgefield from the 7th of November until the 23rd, when it was marched to Mill Creek and took up encampment at a place known as Camp Sheridan. Battle of Chickamauga September 19— Wayne A.
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Companies were stationed in History of the Eighty-sixth regiment Ohio volunteer infantry book different streets leading to it, in anticipation of a surprise. The assembling of the recruits, History of the Eighty-sixth regiment Ohio volunteer infantry book experiences of the yet unmade soldier, his disgust at camp regulations, the lessons he learned from the day he became a recruit until he became a veteran, so varied, so severe, and so amusing when told, are set forth vividly in this book.
In politics he is strongly Republican, always voting with that party upon all questions at issue. Our troops were not disheartened or hopeless, but eager and determined to conquer in a second engagement.
Received his early education at Pendleton, South Carolina. Smith, daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth Kimble Smith, who were natives of Virginia, and ranked among the early pioneers of this county. In long days after this, when men turned copperheads by scores, these same fair ones proved true.
Received an early education in the district schools, and remained at home with his parents until July 1,when he enlisted in the naval service, and was a seaman on the gunboats Victory and Benton, plying the Ohio, Mississippi, Cumberland, Red Rivers, and was engaged in a number of skirmishes.
Our division formed a part of this force. Eighteen hundred and sixty-three passed away, taking with it many fond recollections, and many, too, that were not pleasant. They remained here some years, when, on account of slavery, he sold out about the yearcame to this county, and settled near Bellbrook, where they resided some years, being one of the first settlers in that locality.
It was on the 18th that the brigade, under command of Colonel Dan. Its wounded fifty-four and Its captured one hundred and one. Is the son of Silas and Susan Pruit Jeffreys.
While at Jo. A cavalry force now advanced in the direction the rebels were retreating, and were soon furiously attacked. Our brigade arrived in Chattanooga very late at night, and after much changing about, took up position and laid down to rest. After getting a partial outfit for campaigning, the regiment quit the Indiana side of the river, and crossed over to Louisville on the 14th.
Secondly, to Ann E. Previous to this, General McPherson had taken possession of this gap, completely surprising a brigade of Confederate cavalry which was coming to watch and hold it.
Alexander departed this life in Cannon could be heard in that direction booming furiously, but nothing definite could be determined by that. They had odd ways, peculiar to themselves, which the Western boys were unused to, and in consequence, many taunting words were passed, for either party was loth to take the jaw of the other.
Pursuit to Graysville November 26— Missionary Ridge November Nearly two weeks after this, on the 8th of April, the brigade was sent to Brentwood, in supporting distance of Franklin.
The other two brigades of our division, still on our right, led by General Steedman in person, rushed upon the enemy in a furious charge, which was passing through a low gap to the rear and flank of Brannan's position.
Grandfather David Mitchell erected the first cabin on the present site of Lexington, Kentucky. The dead body was brought to the road and left in plain view, being labeled with these words: "A bushwhacker.
Other regiments have prided themselves in their eagles and pets, and the Eighty-sixth too, had long since concluded she "paid too dear for the whistle," not to cherish it in lasting remembrance.Being a history of the service of the th Ohio volunteer infantry, in the war for the union from August 21, to June 6, () - Tourgée, Albion Winegar - pages The story of the Ninety-first: read at a re-union of the Ninety-first Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, held at Portsmouth, Ohio, April 8,in response to the.
68th infantry in - history of the sixty-eighth regiment indiana volunteer infantry,with a sketch of e.a. king's brigade, reynolds' division, thomas' corps, in the battle of chickamauga. (hardcover).
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These books record the names and chronicle the experiences of hundreds of thousands of common soldiers. For faster results, type a KEYWORD or SURNAME in the SEARCH .Apr 17, · History of the Eighty-fifth regiment, Illinois volunteer infantry Item Preview Ebook Project Ebook eBook of History of the Eighty-sixth Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry, During its Term of Service, by John R The history of the Eighty-sixth is also the history of the 85th, th and th Illinois, together with the 52nd Ohio and 22nd Indiana.