First Regiment of Infantry, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia: Colonel Robert Cowdin, Commanding, in Service of the United States, in Answer to the President's First Call for Troops to Suppress the Rebellion, April 15, 1861 (Google eBook)
Wright and Potter printing Company, state printers, 1903 - Massachusetts - 50 pages
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1861 Special Order active duty Adjutant Albert Alexander Allen Alonzo Andrews will transmit April 19 Bassett Benjamin F Bigelow Boston Brown Captain First Lieutenant Carruth Charles A Bacon Charles H Clark Clough Colonel Robert Cowdin command Commander-in-Chief Conant copy Corporal Second Daniel F David detailed for active Edward G Elijah Everdean Fillebrown Fisher Foster Frank Frederick Gardner George H Governor and Council H Company Hall Hatch Headquarters hereby Hiram Horace Horatio INFANTRY MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER Isaac Jacob James H James Private John H Johnson Jones Joseph H Keen Henry Lawrence Lewis Lieutenant Second Luke Mahoney Major General Andrews Massachusetts Volunteer Militia McFarland Mclntire Michael MILITIA APRIL 27 Murphy Musician Private Nathaniel official recognition Parker regi REGIMENT INFANTRY Richard Samuel F Secretary Sergeant Second Simmons Smith Charles Stephen Stevens Strangman Sullivan Third Fourth Thomas Private transmit this order troops to suppress VOLUNTEER MILITIA APRIL Warren William H Private Wilson Wright
Page 1 - First regiment of infantry, Massachusetts volunteer militia, Colonel Robert Cowdin, commanding, in service of the United States, in answer to the President's first call for troops to suppress the rebellion, April 15, 1861; comp.
Page 12 - March 28, 1 903. [CHAP. 33.] RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF THE MEMBERS OF THE FIRST REGIMENT OF THE MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA WHO, IN APRIL, EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY-ONE, RESPONDED TO THE CALL OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR TROOPS. Resolved, That such official recognition as may seem advisable to the governor and council shall be made of the services of the members of the first regiment of the Massachusetts volunteer militia who, in April, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, responded to the...
Page 13 - Recognition of of the services of the members of the first regiment of Massachusetts volunteer militia who in April, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, responded to the call of the president of the United States for troops to suppress the rebellion, as authorized by chapter thirty-three of the resolves of the present year, a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars. For certain improvements at the Massachusetts hospital...