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Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Service. The 82nd Indiana Infantry was organized at Indianapolis, Indiana and mustered in for a three-year enlistment on September 8,under the command of Colonel Morton Craig Hunter.
The regiment was attached to 1st Brigade, 1st Division, Army of the Ohio, September 1st Brigade, 1st Division, III Corps, Army of the Ohio, to November 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, Center, XIV Allegiance: Union. BOOK Hunter, Alfred. History of the Eighty-Second Indiana Volunteer Infantry Its Organization, Campaigns and Battles.(Indianapolis: W.B.
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About 1 o'clock p. M., Sept. 20,I moved my regiment (the Ninth Ohio) on to what is known as 'Snodgrass Hill,' and found Col.
Morton C. Hunter with the Eighty-second Indiana Regiment, and formed on his right along the brow of the hill, and there was no other troops on the hill at the time I arrived there but the Eighty-second Indiana. History of the Eighth Regiment Vermont Volunteers, ; History of the Eighty-fifth Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry; History of the Eighty-second Indiana Volunteer Infantry: its organization, campaigns and battles; History of the Eleventh New Jersey Volunteers; History of the Fifth Regiment of Rhode Island Heavy Artillery.
He expects to be gone for about a month. j dapt Amerlcus) Whedon Is arranging for the reunion of the Eighty-second regiment of Indiana Volunteers at Chicka-mauga on August jl9. ADAMS TOWNSHIP BIOGRAPHIES TRANSCRIBED FROM THE BOOK COUNTIES OF MORGAN, MONROE & BROWN, INDIANA.
HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL JOHN W. ALEXANDER, farmer, was born in Putnam County, Ind., March 4,and is the fifth child in a family of twelve children born to William and Jane (Wallace) Alexander, the former of whom was a native of the "Old Dominion," and.
The following is a U«t of the engagements participated In by Indiana troop* during the late civil war. whoee anniversaries occur May: ifuta. Summerville. Va. ‘Tth—Thirteenth Regiment.
Cob Robert 8. Fob tar. McDowell, Va., 8th—Twenty-sixth Battery, Capt. Silas F. Rigby. Front Royal. Va. ad-Twenty-seventh Regiment, Col.
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2: 84th Division - Indiana and Kentucky. Trained at Camp (Zachary) Taylor in Louisville, Ky. Nickname: Lincoln or Railsplitters Division rd, th, th, th Infantry (Inf.) th, th, th Artillery (Art.).
Book 5 Listed as Steiskar, Frank (page ) History of the 82nd Illinois Infantry The Eighty-second Infantry, named Second Hecker Regiment, in honor of Colonel Frederick Hecker, its first colonel, and formerly colonel of the Twenty-fourth Illinois Infantry Volunteers, was, like the latter, almost exclusively composed of German.
Dictionary N NASH, Charles Edmund, congressman. Born, Opelousas, La., Attended public schools. A bricklayer by trade.
During Civil War enlisted,as a private in the Eighty-second Regiment, U. Volunteers; promoted to rank of sergeant major; lost a leg at Fort Blakely in Alabama and was honorably discharged.
The 82nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment lost 5 officers and enlisted men killed or mortally wounded and 67 enlisted men to disease during the Civil War. It. Abraham Lincoln [Wilbur F. Gordy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
About the Book Books about the American Civil War, discuss the secession of. History of the Eighth Regiment Vermont Volunteers, ; History of the Eighth U.S. Infantry from its organization inVols. ; History of the Eighty-fifth Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry; History of the Eighty-second Indiana Volunteer Infantry: its organization, campaigns and battles; History of the Eleventh New Jersey.
That omitted, leaves but the operations of August 31 and the morning of September 1,to report. During that time this regiment was connected with the expedition under command of Colonel Hunter, of the Eighty-second Indiana, which had for its object the destruction of the railroad between Atlanta and Macon, Ga.A history of the Thirty-first regiment of Indiana volunteer infantry in the war of the rebellion History of the Eighty-second Indiana Volunteer Infantry History of the Fifty-first Indiana Veteran Volunteer Infantry History of the Forty-sixth regiment Indiana volunteer infantry History of .