Major General Thomas Maley Harris
MAJOR GENERAL THOMAS MALEY HARRIS...a member of the Military Commission that tried the President Abraham Lincoln assassination conspirators...& Roster of the 10th West Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment, 1861-1865. Reprinted, 1996.
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Chapter Page 1 Early Family History
Before the Civil War
Unrest in Western Virginia
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10th Virginia Infantry 10th West Virginia Adjutant artillery Averell Beverly March 13 Braxton County Buckhannon April 12 Buckhannon March 12 Camp Hartsuff Oct Captain captured cavalry Cedar Creek Clarksburg Colonel Harris command Commissioned Crook detachment Discharged for disability Early's Fisher's Hill George George Crook Gilmer County Glenville guerrillas James John July 24 June 29 Kelley killed Lieutenant Colonel Lincoln moved Mustered at Beverly Mustered at Buckhannon Mustered at Camp Mustered at Sutton Mustered at Wheeling Mustered March 15 Mustered out Aug Mustered out June Mustered out March National Archives officers Opequon ordered Parkersburg Pickens re-enlisted Feb re-enlisted March retreated Ritchie County scouts Sept Sheridan Sixth Corps skirmish soldiers Surratt Sutton Oct Thomas Transferred from Company Transferred to Company troops Tyler County Union Army Upshur County Valley Veteran volunteer Virginia Infantry Regiment Walkersville West Virginia Infantry Weston Wheeling March 17 Wheeling Oct William Winchester Wounded