Last edited by Voodoojas
Friday, May 8, 2020 | History

2 edition of Colonel Grant"s regiment found in the catalog.

Colonel Grant"s regiment

Allen Mathes Patton

Colonel Grant"s regiment

the 21st Illinois Volunteers from Muster to Stones River in the letters of Private Allen M. Patton.

by Allen Mathes Patton

  • 364 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by K.C. Cox in San Diego, CA (2168 Logan Ave., San Diego 92113) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • Illinois,
  • Crawford County (Ill.),
  • Crawford County
    • Subjects:
    • Patton, Allen Mathes, 1842-1862 -- Correspondence.,
    • United States. Army. Illinois Infantry Regiment, 21st (1861-1865),
    • Soldiers -- Illinois -- Crawford County -- Correspondence.,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives.,
    • Illinois -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.,
    • Crawford County (Ill.) -- Biography/

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsCox, Kim C.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE505.5 21st .P38 1997
      The Physical Object
      Pagination124 leaves :
      Number of Pages124
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL290979M
      LC Control Number97195543

      The most complete military roster for the state, this monumental work contains the names of approximat soldiers from North Carolina who served during the Revolution. Service records include such information as rank, company, date of enlistment or commission, period of service, combat experience, and whether captured, wounded, or killed. The Colonel Foundation. Donate. Working to find a cure for Cholangiocarcinoma through education and research. All in honor of our hero, The Colonel. Our Mission: To strive for better means of early detection and provide support for those affected while working towards a cure for Cholangiocarcinoma.

      Army Life in a Black Regiment by Thomas Higginson is a story, aided by diary notations, of daily life in the first Negro regiments in the Union Army. The First South Carolina Regiment was formed in on the orders of Treasury Secretary Edwin M. Stanton. This regiment and I dare say all of these Negro army units were officered by whites/5.   History. Organized spring at Philadelphia, 9 Companies from Virginia, Maryland and Delaware. Entered Valley Forge with assigned, fit for duty.

      31st Colonel of the Regiment Charles H. Reed 15 Jan - 31 Aug and 1 Nov - 31 Aug File Size: 2MB. The Colonel came to Newberry SC sometime before the Revolutiony War. In , he enlisted in the regiment raised by the State of Virginia to maintain her rights to the territory on the Ohio, then occupied by the French. The regiment was commanded by Col. Fry; his second in command. The regiment was commanded by Lt. Colonel George Washington.


Share this book
You might also like
Graylyn Conference report 1990

Graylyn Conference report 1990

Ndebele religion and customs

Ndebele religion and customs

Morefield Pegmatite Mine, Amelia County, va.

Morefield Pegmatite Mine, Amelia County, va.

Steam and petticoats

Steam and petticoats

Clinical Ophthalmology

Clinical Ophthalmology

Auctions with resale when private values are uncertain

Auctions with resale when private values are uncertain

Khmer court dance

Khmer court dance

Introduction to the philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas

Introduction to the philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas

Prints

Prints

Workshop on Small Farmers and Agricultural Labour, 17-18 July 1970

Workshop on Small Farmers and Agricultural Labour, 17-18 July 1970

Municipal Year Book, 1983

Municipal Year Book, 1983

Monumental brasses

Monumental brasses

Bulletin Scenic Panoramic

Bulletin Scenic Panoramic

Colonel Grant"s regiment by Allen Mathes Patton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Colonel (Col) is a rank of the British Army and Royal Marines, ranking below brigadier, and above lieutenant h colonels are not usually field commanders; typically they serve as staff officers between field commands at battalion and brigade level.

The insignia is two diamond-shaped pips (properly called "Bath Stars") below a crown has varied in the past with different Country: United Kingdom.

Colonel (/ ˈ k ɜːr n əl /; abbreviated Col., Col or COL) is a senior military officer rank below the general officer ranks. However, in some small military forces, such as those of Monaco or the Vatican, colonel is the highest is also used in some police forces and paramilitary organizations.

Historically, in the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, a colonel was. The Colonel of the Regiment was inherited from the commonwealth. It is an honorary appointment given to retired former officers who presently take an active interest in the welfare of his/her regiment.

Learn more about these people by navigating the menu below. Present Colonel of the Regiment Past Colonels of the Regiment Colonel of the. This is a good book for anyone who has read Army Life in a Black Regiment: and Other Writings (Penguin Classics), or those who haven't yet, but are interested in the history of abolitionism, the Civil War, and son had been one of the secret supporters of John Brown's raid on Harper's Ferry, and played a big role generally in abolitionist politics.4/5(1).

Origins. The United States rank of colonel is a direct successor to the same rank in the British first colonels in the U.S. were appointed from Colonial militias maintained as reserves to the British Army in the North American colonies.

Upon the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War, colonial legislatures would grant commissions to men to raise a regiment and serve as its rank: OF The Regiment is a delightful book. The plot is somewhat simple, but the characters and ideas that fill the book make it a must for any lover of military science-fiction or just lovers of science fiction in general.

If you like David Drake's books, try John Dalmas's books. The setting is a fully detailed universe and this book is just the first 4/4(15). In February Hooker was appointed colonel of a militia regiment raised for Connecticut’s defense, and he apparently retained that command at least until 2.

In December the Connecticut general assembly empowered the governor and council to send Col. John Ely’s militia regiment to Rhode Island to serve until 15 Mar. (see. Calvin Smith joined Col.

Joseph Read’s Massachusetts Regiment as its major and continued at that rank when the unit was redesignated the 13th Continental Infantry in January He became lieutenant colonel of the 6th Massachusetts Regiment in November and was made lieutenant colonel commandant of the 13th Massachusetts Regiment in March Surrounded by family, friends, members of the local community, partners and allies, and members of the regiment, Col.

Patrick J. Ellis relinquished command to Col. Thomas M. Hough during a change. Notes for Colonel Richard Townesend. Richard's entry in the Dictionary of National Biography,Volume 57 can be viewed here.

Much research has been undertaken by various members of the family to trace Richard's origins (1) but nothing is known about him before when he was appointed to command a company, as a Captain, in Colonel Ceely's Regiment, which had been raised to.

Each regiment consisted of six troops plus a small headquarters consisting of a titular colonel, a lieutenant colonel, a major, an adjutant, a chaplain, and a surgeon.

Each troop initially contained a captain, a lieutenant, a cornet (equivalent to an infantry ensign), a quartermaster, 2 sergeants, 2 corporals, a hautboy (drummer), and 38 privates. The telegraphs above were sent by the colonel's brother, Edward, to William Adams of Canaan, CT.

The one on the left asks Adams to "break gently to my mother the death of my brother Colonel Cowles, he fell with of his regiment in storming the enemy's works at Port Hudson.

His remains are embalmed and expected next week.". The Colonel of the Regiment is an honorary ceremonial position and is an appointment rather than a rank.

It is an honour conferred upon a senior officer (active or retired) who has, usually but not necessarily, served with the Regiment in the past, and it requires the approval of the Sovereign and its Colonel-in-Chief. The Colonel of The Regiment The Right Honorable David Lloyd Johnston PC CC CMM COM CD FRSC FRCPSC David Johnston was born in Copper Cliff, near Sudbury, Ontario on Jthe son of Dorothy Stonehouse and Lloyd Johnston, the retail manager of a local hardware store.

Read’s 13th, Continental Regiment and remained in that command through the year. CAPTAIN SAMUEL TUBBS JUNIOR of Berkley, at the age of twenty years, enlisted April. 3,in Colonel Ezra Richmond’s Regiment.

He was engaged Apas a Captain in. Colonel Timothy Walker’s Regiment and served through the year. In February about the Re-created Regiment. W e are an all volunteer group of living historians, history, & flintlock shooting enthusiasts who endeavor to bring a better understanding of the equipment, military tactics, living conditions, & history of the soldiers in the Northern Department of the American Army during the War for American Independence.

Members share their knowledge & experience through. Indeed, the Colonels of the Regiment themselves were always been 'home-grown'. As Chairman of the Trustees of the Regiment's various funds, assets, chapels, museums and property, the Colonel of the Regiment had an onerous responsibility for the history and traditions of the Regiment and the well-being of all members past and present, including.

A collection of Civil War–era letters written by Hans Christian Heg, who grew up in southeastern Norway, migrated to Wisconsin, and traveled to the gold fields of California and the mining camps of the West, only to return to the Badger State to lead a regiment of Scandinavian immigrants—the Fifteenth Wisconsin—in the Civil War.

His achievements are well known among. The Regiment (The Regiment, #1), The White Regiment (The Regiment, #2), The Kalif's War, The Regiment's War (The Regiment, #4), The Three-Cornered War (Series Works: The White Regiment, The Regiment's War, Kalif's War, The Regiment: A Trilogy.

Colonel Abraham Bowman (Octo – November 9, ) was an 18th century American frontiersman and American Revolutionary War military officer, who served as an officer and later commanded the 8th Virginia Regiment popularly known as the "German Regiment".

Surrounded by family, friends, members of the local community, partners and allies, and members of the regiment, Col. Patrick J. Ellis relinquished .The officers of the three Highland regiments listed below are presented in order of their regimental seniority during the Seven Year’s War (SYW), i.e.

NOT alphabetically; nor by the date of original commissions in the Army; nor by their rank achieved in other regiments once transferred or promoted later in their careers. An asterisk by a name denotes an officer actually serving in the.A colonel at Gettysburg and Spotsylvania.

Varina Davis Brown Hill Chambersburg charge Colonel Brown Colonel Joseph Colonel Perrin command Confederate dead division Doubleday east angle Eleventh Corps enemy enemy's enfilading engaged eral Ewell Ewell's Corps fighting fire fought Fourteenth Regiment Fourteenth South Carolina front gade.