5 edition of 10th Virginia Infantry found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 182-186).
|Other titles||Tenth Virginia Infantry.|
|Statement||Terrence V. Murphy.|
|Series||The Virginia regimental histories series|
|LC Classifications||E581.5 10th .M87 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||186 p. :|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||92100085|
The 10th U.S. Colored Infantry was organized at Camp Craney Island, Virginia beginning Novem and mustered in for three-year service under the command of Colonel Spencer H. Stafford. The regiment was attached to Drummondstown, Virginia, Department of Virginia and North Carolina, December to April Allegiance: Union. Recruited as the 1st Maine infantry in the spring of reorganized as the 10th infantry, Oct. , for two and three-year terms. "The two-years men were mustered out.
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Scope and Content Information. This is a prison notebook maintained by Confederate Captain John Peter Jones (), Company, D, 56th Virginia Infantry Regiment, contains the signatures of ca. Confederate officers captured between February and August and held at Johnson's Island, Sandusky, Ohio. 1st West Virginia Infantry; 1st West Virginia Infantry Website: 2nd West Virginia Infantry - (Later 5th Cavalry) 5th Cavalry (2nd Infantry) Regimental History; Thomas C. Truman, Company "C" 3rd West Virginia Infantry - (Later 6th Cavalry) 4th West Virginia Infantry; William A. Allen, Company "H" Grave of Edward M. Atkinson, Company "B".
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The 10th Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment raised in Virginia for service in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil fought mostly with the Army of Northern Virginia.
The 10th Virginia was assembled at Harper's Ferry during the late spring of Four companies of the 4th Regiment Virginia Volunteers, a militia unit, were. 10th virginia 10th Virginia Infantry book Download 10th virginia infantry or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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Genre/Form: History Registers (Lists) Registers: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Murphy, Terrence V. 10th Virginia Infantry.
Lynchburgh, Va.: H.E. Howard. 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. 10th Virginia Infantry. by Terrence V.
Murphy. Out of Print. 11th Virginia. 10th Virginia 10th Virginia Infantry book 11th Virginia Infantry 12th Virginia Infantry 13th Virginia Infantry 14th Virginia Infantry Infantry 16th Virginia Infantry 17th Virginia Infantry To view a digital copy (pdf) of the surname index to this book, visit Surname Index-Vc01 (Close the pdf file with the left arrow to return to Iberian's catalog) [VC01] $ 10th Virginia Infantry - Company K (CSA), US Civil War Project Top Surnames Bowman, Jackson, Warren, Byrd and 4 others, Kemper, Pitman, Pittman and Bittmann/Pittman «less.
The 10th Virginia Infantry Regiment website is a historical, educational, and interpretive site with basic information about the current organization and the original regiment. The Tenth Infantry formed a part of the expedition, and by the 30th of June,the regiment, excepting A and D, was at Camp Walbach, near Fort Leavenworth.
General Alexander, Colonel Smith, and Major Canby were present for duty; A was at. Jan- March He was with Captain Thomas Wests’ 10th Virginia under Major Samuel Hawes.
June He was with Captain Thomas West’s 10th Virginia under Captain John Green at Valley Forge. July- Sept He was with 10th Virginia at White Plains, NY. Sick in September.
The regiment was left in Martinsburg with the 2nd Virginia Infantry Regiment on detached duty while Jackson advanced to Harpers Ferry.
It did not participate in the Battle of Sharpsburg and rejoined the army when Lee recrossed the Potomac after the battle. An excellent reference for the 9th Virginia Infantry. Contains history, battles fought, and a roster of the men in the regiment. Very helpful as I am a reenactor.
The series is a must have. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. bkp. out of 5 stars Five Stars.5/5(2). Col. Gibbons of the 10th Virginia Infantry Colonel Simeon Beauford (S. B.) Gibbons was a military commander of remarkable talent and a leader who showed superior kindness to his men.
Although he was not born in Rockingham County, he came to Harrisonburg early in life and later transformed local militiamen into pol-ished soldiers. The 10th Virginia Infantry Regiment had its origins in volunteer militia companies organized in the late 's in Rockingham County.
Eleven companies made up the Tenth Virginia. Seven companies were drawn from Rockingham County, two from Shenandoah County, one from Page and one from Madison County.
~~~ The 29th Infantry Division was composed of National Guard units from Virginia, the District of Columbia and Maryland. It served with distinction in France, Belgium and Central Germany as part of the Ninth Army.
This is considered one of the best divisional histories of World War II. 10th Virginia: “We Almost Whipped The Yankees” “I’m Harold Cooper, a private in the 10 th Virginia Infantry,” he added with pride. “And we almost whipped the Yankees.” ~Harold Cooper, from Blue, Gray & Crimson.
A list of manuscript and published orderly books of the Virginia line of the Continental Army and where to find them. Virginia Infantry Regiments; Index 1st VA Regt. 2d VA Regt. All of the above plus: 10th (Steven's/Green's) Virginia Regiment  - [A].
Note: The Page Volunteers was assigned to the 10th Virginia Infantry, Company K, at Camp Johnston, on the Northwestern Turnpike, in the vicinity of J M Mason's House or Selma, half a mile west of Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia, on 24 June,and the 10th Virginia Infantry was assigned to the Fourth Brigade, Army of the Shenandoah.
The Department of Confederate Military Records was formed by an act of the General Assembly on Ma This act replaced the Office of the Secretary of Virginia Military Records and appointed the secretary for a term of two years to be paid out of the Military Fund.
During September one of the cavalry companies was disabled and the other two transferred to the 8th Regiment Virginia Cavalry. The unit was reorganized in May,with nine companies. It moved to Tennessee and in February,was captured at Fort Donelson.The 10th Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment had its origins in volunteer militia companies organized in the late 's in Rockingham County, VA.
Some of these units, then called the Valley Guard, were summoned to Harper's Ferry in response to the John Brown rebellion.Lieut.-Col.
M. S. Hall, 10th West Virginia Infantry From the time that Colonel Harris was assigned to the command of a brigade, the command of the 10th Regiment devolved on its lieutenant-colonel, M. S. Hall.