Reminiscences Of The 123d Regiment, N.y.s.v.; Giving A Complete History Of Its Three Years Service In The War by Henry C. Morhous

Reminiscences Of The 123d Regiment, N.y.s.v.; Giving A Complete History Of Its Three Years Service…

byHenry C. Morhous

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1879. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... APPENDIX. The following Appendix we have compiled from the Company Rolls. It is very difficult to avoid errors in lists of this kind, but in the main the Companies are correct. We are under obligations to Capt. O. S. Hall, Capt. George R. Hall, Capt. James Hill, Capt. George Robinson, Lieut. Robert Cruikshank, Lieut. Donald S. Reed, Sergt. Thomas J. Wrangham, Sergt. Joseph H. Middleton, and Sergt. Sidney B. Weer, for Company Rolls, and for valuable assistance in preparing the following Appendix. We do not give the date of enlistment of the men who went out in 1862, as most of them enlisted in July and August of that year. ROLL OF COMPANIES. CO. A--GREENWICH AND EASTON. In the civil war the old town of Greenwich furnished 231 men. 100 of the 231 lost their lives in the service. Greenwich and the north half of Easton expended $88,074.82, and was represented mostly in the 123d, 77th, 93d, 30th and 22d Regiments. When it was resolved in July, 1862, to raise a Washington County Regiment, this town went to work with a will and determination to raise her quota promptly. The War Committee designated Abratn Reynolds as Captain of the company to be raised from Greenwich and the north half of Easton, and a recruiting office was opened in the south end of Whiteside Hill's old block, since burned. It was the first company to reach the rendezvous at Salem, and was given the right of the Regiment, Co. A, with 99 men. The company received $4,950 in bounty from the County, and the same from the State, each man receiving $100 in all. The town adopted appropriate measures to fill her quota at each call of the President for more men. At a special meeting held October 30, 1862, a bounty ot $2,400 was authorized to be paid by the town auditors. On the 18th of December, 1863,...

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Title:Reminiscences Of The 123d Regiment, N.y.s.v.; Giving A Complete History Of Its Three Years Service…Format:PaperbackDimensions:76 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.16 inPublished:January 9, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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