4 edition of History of Battery B, First New Jersey Artillery found in the catalog.
May 1991 by Longstreet House .
Written in English
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History of Battery "C", 3rd BATTALION TRENCH ARTILLERY. Battery "C," 3rd Battalion Trench Artillery, C. A. C. was organized at Fort San Jacinto, Galveston, Texas on Ap by the transfer of 97 enlisted men from the 1st, 3rd, 10th, 11th and 12th Companies of Coast Artillery. History of Battery A, First Illinois Light Artillery Volunteers Price: USD. Time Left: 19 days, 1 hour, 49 minutes and 12 seconds. HISTORY OF BATTERY B FIRST NEW JERSEY ARTILLERY - CLARK'S BATTERY - BRAND NEW Price: USD. Time Left: 21 days, 41 minutes and 3 seconds. Battery B, 1st Battalion, rd Field Artillery Regiment, Rhode Island National Guard traces is origins to this battery. This, however, is a false lineage as Battery B, 1st Rhode Island Light Artillery ended its existence in and Battery B was not established until Branch: Artillery.
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This book is written from the perspective of a soldier from a Battery, from NJ, that served in the Civil War. It describes the experiences of Michael Hanifen, during his First New Jersey Artillery book with Battery B, 1st NJ Light Artillery.5/5(1).
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Publication date Pages: History of Battery B First New Jersey artillery / by Michael Hanifen. [Leather Bound] Hanifen Michael b. The Battery rendezvoused at Camp Olden, Trenton. In camp with us there were the First Cavalry, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth New Jersey Infantry, all of whom preceded us to the front, and the organization of the Ninth was going on when we were ordered to the front on Octo Excerpt from: HISTORY OF BATTERY B, 1ST N.J.
ARTILLERY. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hanifen, Michael, b. History of Battery B, First New Jersey Artillery. [Ottawa, Ill. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hanifen, Michael, b.
History of Battery B, First New Jersey Artillery. Hightstown, N.J. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for History of Battery B: First New History of Battery B Artillery by Michael Hanifen (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at. History of Battery B, First New Jersey Artillery [database on-line].
Provo, UT: Operations Inc, The Battery uses the original history of Battery ‘B’ of the First New Jersey Artillery, a Civil War unit commissioned inand originally designated 2nd Independent Battery, New Jersey Light Artillery, to look and act just like an authentic civil war artillery battery.
This book is written from the perspective of a soldier from a Battery, from NJ, that served in the Civil War. It describes the experiences of Michael Hanifen, during his time with Battery B, 1st NJ Light Artillery. Also known as the 2nd New Jersey Battery, Beam's Battery (until his death on July 1, ), Clark's Battery, and 1st New Jersey Light Artillery, Battery "B".
Unit Type: Union Volunteer Light Artillery Mustered In: September 3,Camp Olden, Trenton, NJ with officers and men Commanded by: Captain John E. Beam (9/3//1/). Battery B, 1st New York Light Artillery was organized at Baldwinsville, New York under Captain Rufus D.
Pettit. A strict disciplinarian, Pettit’s invaluable experience in the Mexican War saved the unit many hardships early in the war, but it was his constant attention to the welfare of his men, together with his courage and fortitude, that won their universal admiration. Inthe four light artillery batteries, (one from each regiment) were reassigned to Trenton New Jersey “for a thorough course of drill and instruction”, based upon the “ Instructions for Field Artillery, Horse and Foot, ” translated from the French by First Lieutenant Robert Anderson.
Battery B was transferred to the Author: Jim Rosebrock. Battery "B" 1st R. Light Artillery, was reactivated on May 8, by then Rhode Island Governor Edward DiPrete.
Battery "B" 1st Rhode Island Light Artillery operates today under the original State Militia Charter issued to the original military unit that served during the American Civil War thru The history of Battery B, First regiment Rhode Island light artillery, in the war to preserve the union, by Rhodes, John H.
[from old catalog]Pages: Battery B, First New Jersey Light Artillery is at Hendeson. Currently recruiting for gun crews in the Las Vegas, NV area. In addition, we plan on working with the local Sons of Union Veterans; Sons of Veterans Reserve; and Southern Nevada Living History Association.3/5(6).
This database provides access to an electronic version of Adjutant General William S. Stryker's two-volume Record of Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Civil War,originally published by the State of New Jersey in There is an account of the creation of Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Civil War in the text of the book.
When the regiment's three-month enlistment ended, Clark was involved in raising Battery B, 1st New Jersey Light Artillery. It was mustered into service on September 3,at Camp Olden in Trenton, New Jersey.
The battery was assigned to the First New Jersey Brigade under the command of Brigadier General Philip Kearny. Clark became first lieutenant under Capt John E. Beam. Battery F was re-designated as the th Trench Mortar Battery and Troops B and D, First Squadron, New Jersey Cavalry, were converted and re-designated as Battery F.
After completion of 10 months training at Camp McClellan, Alabama, the regiment sailed for France on July 5,arrived at Liverpool, England, Jand re-embarked for.
The monument to Battery B, 1st New York Light Artillery is south of Gettysburg on Hancock Avenue. (Hancock Avenue Part 3 tour map) It was dedicated in by the State of New York.
Monument to Battery B, 1st New York Light Artillery, flanked by two pounder Parrott rifles. The men of this division earned five battle clasps for the WWI Victory Medal. This auction is for a book titled "MEN OF THE RAINBOW".
This is a history of Battery B, th Field Artillery, 42nd Division, AEF. That unit formed from the old Battery B, 1st Illinois Field Artillery. Contreovich # and Dornbusch # History of Battery B, First New Jersey Artillery; History of Buffalo and Erie County, ; History of Camden County in the great war, ; History of Pittsfield, N.H.
in the Great Rebellion; History of Worcester in the War of the Rebellion; History of maritime Connecticut during the American revolution, After Gettysburg, Ricketts' battery F was transferred to the artillery brigade of II Corps in time for the Bristoe Campaign.
At the Second Battle of Auburn on Octothe battery helped first division II Corps cover the withdrawal of the corps under harassing fire from horse artillery of Major General J.
Stuart's Rating: % positive. Proper Unit Name: 1st New Jersey Volunteer Artillery Battery "B" Alternate Names: 2nd Battery "B" New Jersey Volunteer Light Artillery (as listed in A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion - Frederick H.
Dyer, ) Beam's Battery (until his death on July 1, ) Clark's Battery 1st New Jersey Light Artillery, Battery "B" (the "Light" was added to the name postwar) Unit Type: Union. History of Battery B, First New Jersey Artillery; History of Pittsfield, N.H.
in the Great Rebellion; History of Worcester in the War of the Rebellion; History of the th Regiment, Illinois Infantry Volunteers; History of the th Regiment, N.Y.S.V.
History of the 27th Regiment N.Y. Vols; History of the 3d, 7th, 8th and l2th Kentucky C.S.A. History, Campaigns, and Officers. Battery B, First Regiment New York Light Artillery, known as Pettit's Battery, was raised at Baldwinsville and composed chiefly of Onondaga county men. It was mustered into the State service at Baldwinsville, Augand into the service of the United States at Elmira, Aug Battery B, 1st NJ Artillery's 6 Parrott Rifles fired 1, rounds of ammunition on July 2nd at the Peach Orchard during the Battle of Gettysburg, considered the most rounds fired by a single battery in a single day before or during the war, so yes, that's a single day record.
Inactivated 10 April at Camp Kilmer, New Jersey. Redesignated 5 February as Battery B, d Field Artillery Battalion (d Field Artillery Battalion assigned 18 December to the 2d Infantry Division) Activated 27 December at Fort Lewis, Washington.
2d Battalion 12th Field Artillery Regiment Honors. Campaign Participation CreditFormed: 01 Jul, 2nd Battery "B" New Jersey Volunteer Light Artillery (as listed in A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion - Frederick H. Dyer, ) Beam's Battery (until his death on July 1, ) Clark's Battery 1st New Jersey Light Artillery, Battery "B" (the "Light" was added to the name postwar) Unit Type Edit.
Union Volunteer Light Artillery Mustered. Organized 3 April in the New Jersey National Guard from new and existing units as the 1st Battalion, Field Artillery, with Headquarters at Camden Expanded, reorganized, and redesignated 17 July as the 1st Field Artillery.
Note: The orders of battle in the Official Records routinely refer to this unit as the 1st New Jersey Light, Battery A. However, there was no 1st New Jersey Light Artillery regiment.
Instead, New Jersey produced five batteries of light artillery during the Civil War. Further research is needed. Cooper's Battery B, 1st PA Light Artillery. likes. We are a non-profit organization who's purpose is to honor those veterans who fought and died to preserve the Union.5/5.
First Light Artillery Battery A, Junior Light Artillery (6 Months, ) Battery B, Light Artillery (6 Months, ) Baltimore Battery, Light Artillery First Infantry First Eastern Shore Infantry 73 Second Infantry Second Eastern Shore Infantry Second Potomac Home Brigade, Infantry Third Infantry Third Potomac Home Brigade, InfantryFile Size: 51KB.
The company rendezvoused at the Albany Barracks, and upon the organization of the First Regiment, New York Light Artillery, it joined that command, receiving the designation of Battery K.
Lorenzo Crounse was commissioned captain, and the company was mustered into the United States service, Novemat Albany. The battery served with Richardson’s division, 2nd Corps from March towhen the first section was attached to Battery C, 4th U.S.
artillery; the second tp Battery G, and the third to Battery B, 1st N.Y. artillery. On Jan. 16,the first section was transferred to Battery G, 1st N.Y., and in September these transfers were. 6th Independent Battery Light Artillery Civil War First Excelsior Light Artillery History The following is taken from New York in the War of the Rebellion, 3rd ed.
Frederick Phisterer. Albany: J. Lyon Company, Mustered in: Jas Company. 1st New Jersey Artillery, Battery B vs. themselves: First printed drawing published of a baseball game played before the Battle of Chancellorsville. Union: Union soldiers encamped in Alexandria, Texas: During this game, the camp was attacked, resulting in the loss of.
Battery E New Jersey Artillery. Regimental History: Battery E. — Capt., Zenas C. Warren; First Lieuts., George F. Durant, Joseph Warren, James Gillen ; Second Lieuts., Thomas R.
Perry, James B. Goldsmith, William Maxwell, Edward Chappell. This battery, raised in the summer ofproceeded to Washington in the month of September and. Brief History [edit | edit source] The 6th Independent Battery, New York Light Artillery was mustered in J and mustered out July 8, Also known as Bramhall's New York Battery.
For more information on the history of this unit, see: The Civil War Archive section, 6th Independent Battery Light Artillery,(accessed 1 August ).
The two batteries left with me - A, First New Jersey Artillery, First Lieutenant A. Parsons commanding, and K, First New York Artillery - remained unengaged until 1 p. of Friday, July 3, when, by order of General Hunt, I put them in position near the stone fence in front of General Webb's division of the Second Corps, Battery A, First New.
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Sharpshooters. 1st Maine Battalion Sharpshooters. Cavalry. 1st Maine Cavalry. Artillery. 1st Maine Heavy Artillery • 1st Maine Battery • 2nd Maine Battery • 3rd Maine Battery • 4th Maine Battery. Captain Henry M. Benson of New Jersey took command of the battery. Benson was no stranger to the 2nd Artillery.
He enlisted as a private in the 2nd Artillery on June 6,and served with distinction in the Mexican War. By the end of the war he had progressed to battery first sergeant, and was promoted to second lieutenant on Janu