Proceedings of a meeting of officers and men of the 154th Sr. Tenn. Regiment.

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Confederate States of America. Army. Tennessee Senior Infantry Regiment, 1
Other titlesHouse of Representatives, January 26th, 1864
ContributionsConfederate States of America. Congress. House of Representatives., Confederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress)
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LC ClassificationsJK9716 .E1/26
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Pagination1 sheet (2 p.) ;
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LC Control Number2004719009

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Proceedings of a meeting of officers and men of the th Sr. Tenn. Regiment. (Bethesda, Maryland: University Publications of America, c), FHL fiche ; Lindsley, John B.

The taking of Waterhouse's Battery is the most facinating action in the war, I think. When you consider the level of experience of both armies, the plan of the attack, the fact that units were becoming disorganised by that point in the battle, they all make the peculiar execution of the flanking movement by the 13th TN and the final charge by all the troops involved a very.

PROCEEDINGS OF A MEETING OF OFFICERS AND MEN OF THE TH SR. TENN. REGIMENT. House of Representatives, Jan. 26th, — Laid on the table and ordered to be printed.

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[Presented by the Chair]. Single leaf printed front and back, very good with faint oval “Rebel Archives” stamp. Officers of the 90th Regiment Officers of the 90th Regiment (2nd Batallion, Cameronians) 1 photographic print: salted paper ; x cm.

| Group of men wearing officers' dress of the 90th Regiment of Foot (Perthshire Volunteers) Light Infantry, standing and sitting in. Full text of "Roll of the Association of the army of Tennessee, Louisiana division, camp no.

2, U.C.V., from its organization in May,to date April 1st, See other formats ROLL OF THE ASSOCIATION -OF THE — ARflY OF TENNESSEE, LOUISIANA DIVISION, ^CAMP No.

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Colonel Alfred J. “Jason” Fleming was born in Covington, Tennessee. Col. Fleming holds a M.S. in Strategic Studies from the U.S. War College and a B.S. in Natural Resources Management from the University of Tennessee at Martin. Col. Fleming enlisted as an Infantryman in the Tennessee Army.

1 photographic print: salted paper ; 22 x 18 cm. | Officers of the 71st Highlanders with dog, posed before conical tent with military camp in background.

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Excerpt from Report of the Proceedings of the Society of the Army of the Tennessee: At the First Annual. The 26th Continental Regiment (previously known as Gerrish's Regiment and later known as the 9th Massachusetts Regiment) was an infantry unit of the Massachusetts Line during the American Revolutionary h's Regiment was raised in the early days of the war, and the regiment underwent name changes as the Continental Army was reorganized in and Allegiance: Continental Congress of the United States.

A meeting of the officers was held at the Armory yesterday noon, and requisitions were made for blankets, and such like -- to a limited extent, however, as the members are comparatively well.

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He has a good regiment--men that have behaved well in action as well as in camp; in fact, in every place they have been tried. Lieut. Col. W.H. Ingerton, commanding the 13th Tennessee Cavalry, is one of the finest cavalry officers in the United States service, and now commands one of the best cavalry regiments in the service.

This was the law and structure of the militia and captains' districts when Henderson County was created on November 7, and in this legislation was the provision that the sheriff of the county (John T.

Harmon) was to hold an election in March for the adult male citizenry to elect field officers for the new regiments of county militia. 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. The unit history of Company B of the th Regiment, based in Athens, Tennessee, provides an interesting insight into the men who made up the Tennesseans in the th Regiment of “Old Hickory.” These were men who grew up together, some were related and many had fathers or uncles who had served in the 30th Division during WWI.

5th (McKENZIE'S) TENNESSEE CAVALRY REGIMENT. Organized Decem by the addition of two companies to the 13th (McKenzie's) Tennessee Cavalry Battalion, which was originally 1st (Rogers') East Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, paroled as part of General Joseph E. Johnston's Army at Greensboro, North Carolina May The regiment lost a total of men during service; 6 officers and enlisted men killed or mortally wounded, 2 officers and enlisted men died of disease.

Commanders. Colonel George Boardman Boomer - promoted to brigadier general; killed in action at Vicksburg, Allegiance: Union. The Regiment also took part in the conflicts at Fishing Creek, Munfordville, and Perryville, then was placed in P. Smith's, Vaughan's, and Palmer's Brigade, Army of Tennessee.

At Perryville the Colonel of the 29th took command of the Brigade, which was overextended on the extreme Confederate left flank. Daybreak of 11 July the Union army assaults Battery Wagner.

The enemy loses were dead- 2 officers and 95 men; prisoners: 6 officers and men of which 40 were wounded. The battery lost: killed- 1 officer and 5 men and wounded-1 officer and 5 men. At this time 3 monitors and 3 wooden gunboats shell the battery.

Public Dedication Ceremony Honors Cpl Jones and the Men of the th Infantry Corporal James Trenton Jones, from East Tennessee, served with the th Infantry during World War I.

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During his valiant service he was the recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross; the United States second highest medal for valor that can be given to a soldier in.

Battalion observes year reunion. By Mr. Daniel James OBoyle (AMCOM) September 1,immediately after the invasion of Kuwait by Iraq, the st Aviation Regiment deployed, with. The Phantom Regiment finished up their 3-week stay on the beautiful campus of Western Illinois University this past Saturday, June 9.

The night before, we performed a special thank you performance to the City of Macomb and our new friends at Western Illinois University. The welcome and support from the university and the city were overwhelming.

TN's Nazi-Defying Soldier Nominated For Medal - Nashville, TN - "We are all Jews," Master Sgt. Roddie Edmonds told a Nazi POW camp commandant, saving at. The th Regiment (Tennessee Military Academy) is the Regional Training Institute (RTI) and a National Guard Education Center for Region D.

It is also the primary training center for the. What a daunting task to gather accurate information concerning a Confederate regiment that existed only a short time over years ago.

In previous years before the internet, coupled with limited resources, some simple, realistic minded individuals might refuse to consider such a work. With the help of the internet but hendered with a background.

The regiment left Camp Thomas, September 6th, at p. m., under orders from the war department, and proceeded via Penn­ sylvania railroad to Jersey City, N. J., where it arrived in four sections, between 7 p. m., September 8th, and 2 a.

in., September 9tli. and marched to its armory in New York city. The regiment. The return of July 1st shows “present for duty,” all arms, officers and men, 64, instead of 54, (As in case of the return of April 30th, General Johnston gives only the “effective total.”) The loss since June 10th is accounted for by dead, deserters, increase in absent without leave (prisoners), and in.

On the 24th of March, a portion of the regiment, consisting of nine officers and two hundred and forty-one men, went in pursuit of a band of guerrillas in the neighborhood of Little Santa Fe, Missouri, attacked and dispersed them, and returned on the 25th.

In this skirmish Major Pomeroy, temporarily on duty with this regiment, was wounded.This site is dedicated to Isaiah WEBB and the Men of Tennessee who served the United States of America during the War of This war was fought against Great Britain from There were many reasons for the war, but the main causes were economic issues caused by British arrogance and American national pride.The shared values, loyalties, and patriotism within the institutional environment of the frontier garrison transcended gender.

As distinctly masculine as the Army garrison was perceived to be, the officers' wives shared with their comrades in arms .