Carnival of blood: the Civil War ordeal of the Seventh New York Heavy Artillery
This title is a narrative history of the Seventh NY Heavy Artillery, which was recruited primarily from Albany Co., NY. The unit saw heavy fighting in the Civil War at Spotsylvania, North Anna, Cold Harbor, & Petersburg. The book includes a biographical roster of soldiers.
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7th New York Albany Andersonville April assault August 11 August 25 Barlow Battery battle bome Buried casualties CHARLES Cold Harbor Confederate County date not recorded December December 14 December 21 Deep Bottom deserted died of diarrhoea died of disease died of scorbutus died of wounds discharged for disability East Ferry enemy Enlisted farmer February February 15 fire further record GEORGE Germany grave number hereinafter cited hospital at Washington Ireland January January 12 January 25 John Pomfret July July 28 June 16 June 22 killed in action laborer listed Lockley March Mather memoirs mustered National Cemetery North Anna November Occupation October paroled Petersburg picket Prior service prison promoted corporal promoted sergeant Reams Station Rebel Regiment Report road Schoharie Second Corps second lieutenant September Seventh Spotsylvania Totopotomoy transferred to VRC Treadwell trenches troops Union Weldon Railroad Wilkeson WILLIAM wounded and captured York Infantry Yorkers