Published 1890 in Toledo .
Written in EnglishRead online
|LC Classifications||E525.5 37th|
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[from old Pages: Ninth reunion of the 37th Regiment O.V.V.I., St. Marys, Ohio, Tuesday and Wednesday, September 10 Item PreviewPages: Reunion of the 37th regiment O.V.V.I. 9th; St. Mary's Author Ohio infantry - 37th reg. [from old catalog] Published Books on Google Play History of the 37th Regiment O.V.V.I., Furnished by Comrades at the Ninth Reunion Held at St.
Marys, Ohio, Sept. 10 Ohio infantry. 37th regiment - 89 pages. Other Northern forces had lifted the siege before the regiment arrived, so the 37th marched to Bridgeport, Alabama and entered camp at Larkinsville, Alabama on Decem During Februarythe organization participated in two expeditions--one to Lebanon, Alabama, and the other to Cleveland, Tennessee.
The 37th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry was organized under Col. Chas D. Ilanson, in the summer ofand Companies A - C were mustered into the United States service at Glasgow, Kentucky September 17th Companies D – G mustered in October 24th also at Glasgow.
Companies H – K were mustered in by December 29th, The regiment was mustered out December 29th,at. The 37th Infantry Division served with distinction in WWI, WWII and Korea. During WWII, seven members of the division earned the Congressional Medal of Honor, the highest decoration awarded.
Current units of the Ohio Army National Guard can tie their history to the 37th Division. In Septemberthe 37th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (37th. 77 years ago, the first elements of the 37th Infantry Division were preparing to land at New Georgia.
These fantastic photographs from Buckeye: The 37th Infantry Division and Brigade - A Century of Service show preparations being made by the 3rd Battalion’s of the Reunion of the 37th regiment O.V.V.I. 1890. 9th; St. Marys 1889. book and th Infantry Regiment’s. Lash, Gary G.
Duty Well Done, The History of Edward Baker's California Regiment, Baltimore, MD Butternut and Blue, Pennsylvania Infantry, 72d Regiment, Seventy-second Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, at Bloody Angle, Gettysburg, 73rd Pennsylvania Volunteers "Pennsylvania Legion" Recruited at Philadelphia.
Eighty-fourth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers (Infantry) Address by Captain Thomas E. Merchant at the Dedication of the Monument on the Battlefield of GettysburgPhiladelphia, Young, Jesse Bowman.
The Battle of Gettysburg: The 84th Pennsylvania Infantry, Kallman Publishers. Reprint of First Edition. 85th Pennsylvania Volunteers. Union Regimental Index. United States Veterans Reserve Corps.
1st Regiment: 2nd Regiment: 3rd Regiment: 4th Regiment: 5th Regiment. Although the regiment lost a great many men it remained upon the field it had won, and successfully resisted the repeated attempts of the enemy to retake the ground. There it completed its organization as a regiment by receiving companies I and K, which were mustered into service on the 28th day of November, The regiment was authorized on Septem for service with the Continental Army and was assigned on Decem to the Main Continental Army.
On 22 May it was assigned to the 1st Maryland Brigade, an element of the Main Continental Army. The regiment was re-organized to nine companies on Commission in Company F, 37th Infantry Regiment Pennsylvania on 11 Jun Promoted to Full Captain on 30 Oct Eli Eichelberger 37 F Captain Promoted from 1st Lt.
on Octo —wounded at Wilderness on May 6, - absent at muster out. 37th PA Infantry, Co. F, invalid pension 11/21/, widow pension 6/25/ by Maggie from PA. The Society of the 97 th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry was organized in and had their first reunion on October 29 ns were held thereafter for 47 years until Afterwards, they merged with the Society of the th and held joint reunions from to The 97 th Regiment was formed in in West Chester, Pennsylvania, with the former Captain Henry R.
Guss as. Confederate Generals Attending Confederate Reunion In Our Confederate Generals. July, Surviving Confederate Mothers, September, Living Confederate Generals in July, Advertisement from Mary W. Moore Looking for Information on Grandfather, George W. Smothers. The 37th 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 37th Virginia was organized in Washington County, Virginia, in Mayand accepted in Confederate service in July, when two more units were added. The 37th Infantry Regiment was organized in Washington County, Virginia, in May,and accepted in Confederate service in July.
Many were captured at Spotsylvania. Only 2 officers and 39 men surrendered. The field officers were Colonels Samuel V. Fulkerson and Titus V. Williams, Lieutenant Colonels Robert P.
Carson and John F. Terry, and Major Henry C. Wood. . loss of the regiment this day was 8 killed and 36 wounded. At noon of the 20th, the regiment opened fire again from the crest of the hill until night, when it was relieved by the Fourth West Virginia.
The loss this day was 3 killed, amongst whom were 2 officers, and 3 wounded. On the 21st, the regiment had 1 wounded; since dead.
PA Civil War > Regiments > 37th Regiment 37th Pennsylvania Regiment - 8th Reserves. Recruited in Butler county, Armstrong County, Allegheny County, Fayette County, Bedford County, Clarion County, Greene County, Washington County, PA Special Veterans' Census Lists the veteran's name or widow's name, rank, year of enlistment, and year of.
37th Regiment, Virginia Infantry 37th Infantry Regiment was organized in Washington County, Virginia, in May,and accepted in Confederate service in July.
The unit was active at First Kernstown and McDowell, then took part in Jackson's Valley Campaign. During the war it was assigned to General Taliaferro's, Colston's, Steuart's, and W.
THIRTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. 56T BAKER, FRANK.—Age, years. Enlisted at New York city, •to serve two years, and mustered in as private, Co. I, June 7. SMITH, Joseph Thomas 19 Sept Maydied in Waycross - Co I,15th - resigned 5 Mar - Enlisted 9th Battalion GA Infantry 19 Mar - Lt. Colonel - 37th Regiment GA Infantry 6 May - changed his name to Joseph T.
ARMAND (his mother's maiden name). Married on 15 Jul to Mary E. Alexander 6 Aug Decshe died in. The 37th United States Colored Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil regiment was composed of African American enlisted men commanded by white officers and was authorized by the Bureau of Colored Troops which was created by the United States War Department on 9th Infantry Regiment, Louisiana Volunteers, "Louisiana Tigers" 12 th Louisiana Infantry 16th Louisiana Infantry Regiment, Co.
D 28 th Louisiana Infantry: Gray's Regiment 28 th Louisiana Infantry, (Thomas') The Louisiana Native Guards. Maine. 1st Maine Cavalry 1 st Maine Heavy Artillery 1st Regiment, Maine Volunteer Infantry 2nd Maine Cavalry. C Company, 37th Tank Battalion, 4th Armored Division 95; C Company, 38th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division C Company, 39th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division ; WILLIAM SCHMIDT was born in and enlisted 12 Sepat the age of 16 years.
He was a private in Company "G" of the 37th Ohio Infantry regiment. At the Battle of Missionary Ridge, 25 Novunder heavy enemy fire, Schmidt picked up fallen 37th Infantry drummer, JOHN S.
37th USCI joined the Army of the James on its Petersburg, VA, campaign. On May 5, the regiment captured and occupied Fort Powhatan. The 37th USCI occupied Wilson’s Warf until September 28 when it was ordered to join the attack on New Market Heights, Septem-ber 29 and On October 27 the regiment saw action at the Battle of Fair Oaks.
The following is the eye-witness account from the pages of the Western Massachusetts-based 37th Massachusetts Regiment history of its participation in one of the last major battles of the Civil.
Here Col. Edwards commanded the 4th Brigade and Lt. Col. Montague the regiment. The regiment was present at the operations of the North Anna River, May 23 to 25, but suffered no loss. During the fighting near Cold Harbor, June 1 to 12, the 37th lost 6 killed and 23 wounded, several fatally.
Col. Here is a link to a group photograph taken at the reunion of the 85th Pennsylvania regiment held at Rogersville, Greene County, PA. The link includes the names of all the veterans in attendance. I identified the names of many of the veterans, based on previous photographs taken during the Civil War and afterwards.
9th Regiment Heavy Artillery: 10th Regiment Heavy Artillery: 11th Regiment Heavy Artillery: 12th Regiment Heavy Artillery: 36th Regiment Infantry: 37th Regiment Infantry: 38th Regiment Infantry: 39th Regiment Infantry: 40th Regiment Infantry: 41st Regiment Infantry: 42nd Regiment Infantry.
NINETY-SEVENTH INFANTRY. ABDEN, WILLIAM—Age, — years. Enlisted at Malone, to serve three years, and mustered in as private, Co. A, July PaRoots gives a history of this regiment, its battles, organization and service.
It gives rosters of soldiers and additionalreferences. Strathern, John H., and Marlene C. Bumbera. The Civil War Letters of Cpl. John H. Strathern, Eighth Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteer Corps. (Apollo, PA: Closson Press, ).
FHL book St82b. Other Libraries. The 37th Regiment A few 37th Regiment men can be found in the Richmond Military Settlement. The 37th was in garrison in Canada from They formed a second battalion which was in Gibraltar from The second battalion came to Canada to join the first Battalion in With the end of the war the 37th was reduced back to a single.
36th COMPANY, 2nd BATTALION. - Formerly known as Company "H," 9th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps. Organized at Washington, D.C., Aug Designation changed Ap Mustered out by detachments September 4 to Octo 37th COMPANY, 2nd BATTALION.
- Formerly known as Company "I," 6th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps. "Units of the Confederate States Army" by Joseph H. Crute, Jr. contains no history for this unit. . 37th Ohio Regiment Infantry Online Books 37th Ohio Infantry Soldier Roster - Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion,Volume 4, by Ohio Roster Commission (Joseph B.
Foraker, Governor, James S. Robinson, Sec'y of State and H. Axline, Adjutant-General), View Entire Book. Volume One is a record book of the company from –, which includes minutes of its meetings, an early history of the unit, muster rolls, and a unit roster.
Volume Four is a scrapbook for the years –, which includes newspaper accounts, invitations, ribbons, and other memorabilia related to. 1st Battalion, th Infantry Regiment, 78th Infantry Division 2nd Battalion, 23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division.
at St. Nazaire, J Division Headquarters landed J The remainder of the troops followed in rapid succession except the Supply Train which did not a r iv e i n F r a n c e un t i l May 6, 1 9 1 8 # The Division (less artillery) was sent to the G o n d r e c o u rt area for training, For a similar.2nd Massachusetts Infantry Regiment 9th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment 36th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment: 37th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment 8th United States Colored Regiment.th Tk Bn: 1 Jul Jul Co B, th Tk Bn: 31 Jul Aug st Tk Bn: 1 Dec Dec 2d Plat, Co B, 25th Tk Bn (14th Armd Div) 6 Dec Dec