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34th Virginia Infantry
by H E Howard
Written in English
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The monument to the 34th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment is in Winchester National Cemetery in Winchester, Virginia. (see map below) The 34th Massachusetts fought at the Third Battle of Winchester under the command of Major Harrison W. Pratt, and at the Battle of Cedar Creek under the command of Captain Andrew Potter. It was assigned to the First Brigade of the First Division of the Eighth. In response to Congress' passage of an act on Febru , providing for the assembling of muster rolls for all Union and Confederate soldiers, Virginia created the Office of the Secretary of Virginia Military Records on March 7, , to assist the Secretary of War and the U.S. War Department with a complete roster of Confederate.
The Virginia Regimental Histories Series. iNFaNTRY uNITS - Page 1. Go to Infantry Page 2 Go to Cavalry Units Go to Artillery Units Go to Battles & Leaders Series. Please Note: If we run across any of the "Out of Print" books in our research & travels and are able to obtain copies, we will post them here immediately with a special out-of-print price. Sherwood, G. L. and Weaver, Jeffrey C. 59th Virginia Infantry (H.E. Howard: ), p. 78 ↩ Sherwood, G. L. and Weaver, Jeffrey C. 59th Virginia Infantry (H.E. Howard: ), p. The book lists 25 officers and men “present”, but a quick look at other inspection reports in my possession reassures me this is truly a present for duty.
7th Virginia Infantry- Col. Waller T. Patton (mw), Lt. Col. Charles C. Flowerree 11th Virginia Infantry- Maj. Kirkwood Otey (w) 24th Virginia Infantry- Col. William R. Terry. The Virginia Regimental Histories Series. CAVALRY uNITS. Go Back to Infantry Page 1 Go to Infantry Page 2 Go to Artillery Units Go to Battles & Leaders Series. Please Note: If we run across any of the "Out of Print" books in our research & travels and are able to obtain copies, we will post them here immediately with a special out-of-print price.
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34th Virginia Infantry. Lynchburg, Va.: H.E. 4th Heavy Artillery Regiment was formed in May,to serve either as artillery or infantry.
On it was assigned to duty as infantry and took part in the fight at Seven Pines. Later the unit served as heavy artillery and during March,became the 34th Regiment Virginia Infantry.
34th Virginia Infantry» 34th Virginia Infantry. Average Rating. Author. Scott, J. Publisher. H.E. Howard. Pub. Date  Language. English. Choose a Format. Book Show Edition.
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59th Virginia Infantry (H.E. Howard: ), p. 78 ↩ Sherwood, G. and Weaver, Jeffrey C. 59th Virginia Infantry (H.E. Howard: ), p. The book lists 30 officers and men “present”, but a quick look at other inspection reports in my possession reassures me this is truly a present for duty.
[Private Tomley(?) Lumpkin of 34th Virginia Infantry Regiment, in uniform] Summary Photo of partially identified soldier. Contributor Names Rees, Charles R., photographer (attributed name Created /. A compiled report of the 34th Virginia Infantry Regiment, pages pack full of a mountain of interesting facts and information on the movements of this regiment during the Civil War.
This report was compiled by MTS Regiment Reports in from the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, these series were the first publication. Company B, 34th Virginia Infantry arrived in Petersburg May as part of Wise’s Brigade, under the command of P.G.T. Beauregard, and were charged with the protection of the railroad hub.
Greene and Ben would have welcomed the local Citizen’s Militia who helped swell the troops’ numbers to a scant 2, bodies. Lumpkin of 34th Virginia Infantry Regiment, in uniform Abstract/medium: 1 photograph: sixth-plate ambrotype, hand-colored ; x cm (case) Date between and The first book was published inthe last in Each book contains a unit history and annotated muster roll including every soldier known to serve with the unit.
Each is hardbound in grey cloth with the seal of the Commonwealth of Virginia on the cover. 34th Virginia Infantry. by J.L. Scott: Brand New: $ 36th Virginia. Campaigns of the 60th Virginia Regiment of Infantry.
This is a two volume publication signed by the author. The set depicts the trials and tribulations of the 60th Virginia Regiment of Infantry during America’s Civil War. The book is entitled "Independence or Annihilation,” which is only fitting given it was the regiment’s motto during Seller Rating: % positive.
In Response To: Re: 34th Virginia Infantry () I got this info from the regimental history series book for the 34th. I have a detailed family history for my mothers family that goes back to the early 's, including a nice family tree breakdown that allowed me to track lots of.
34th Battalion Virginia Cavalry – National Park Service. 34th Battalion Virginia Cavalry, Virginia Regimental History Series, by Scott C. Cole, H.E.
Howard Publishing. 34th Battalion Virginia Cavalry, Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Virginia, by Stewart Sifakis, pp. entry # 34th Battalion Virginia Cavalry, A Guide to Virginia’s Military Organizations,by Lee A.
Virginia provided the following units to the Virginia Militia and the Provisional Army of the Confederate States (PACS) during the American Civil e the state's secession from the Union it would supply them with third most troops from a Southern state (next to Tennessee and North Carolina) along with the newly created West Virginia totaling at 22, In Response To: Re: 34th Virginia Infantry () This man's service file should contain the particulars mentioned in summary in the book.
For instance, it might well include a letter of resignation in which Yeatman states his reasons for resignation.
36th Virginia Infantry, formerly known as the 2nd Kanawha Regiment, was organized in July, Assigned to Floyd’s Brigade, the unit fought at Kessler’s Cross Lanes and Carnifex Ferry in western Virginia, then moved to Tennessee.
Judges’ comments from the North Carolina Society of Historians at the award of a History Book Award for Tight Ranks - The History of the 34th North Carolina Infantry: “This attractive book, well-researched and well-written, follows the 34th North Carolina Infantry from the time it was organized and joined Lee’s Army of Northern Reviews: 8.
This is a regiment for Mount and Blade Napoleonic. It will be a while before we can do battles, but we will be a strong group! Below is some history on the regiment. 36th Infantry Regiment, formerly known as the 2nd Kanawha Regiment, was organized in July, Assigned to Floyd’s Brigade, the unit fought at Kessler’s Cross Lanes and Carnifex Ferry in western Virginia, then moved to.VIRGINIA'S CIVIL WAR CASUALTIES: A ROSTER, VOLUME 3 compiled by Thomas M.
Spratt. 8½x11 pp. This work seeks to record all of the casualties incurred by the men in Virginia regiments during the Civil War in a single source. The remnants of the 34th were with General Robert E. Lee when he surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia at Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia, on .