History of the First Connecticut Artillery: And of the Siege Trains of the Armies Operating Against Richmond, 1862-1865
Connecticut Artillery. 1st Regt., 1862-1865, United States. Army. Connecticut Artillery Regiment, 1st (1862-1865)
Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainery Company, 1893 - United States - 270 pages
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1st Conn 1st Lieut 1st Lt 1st Sergt 2d Lieut 2d Lt 8-inch mortars Adjutant ammunition Appointed Corporal April Arty B. P. LEARNED Battery Bermuda Hundred Brevet Brig.-Gen Brigade Broadway Landing Brooker Butler Capt Captain Charles Chief of Artillery City Point Coehorn mortars Colonel 1st Conn Colonel Abbot Colonel Tyler Comdg Commanding Siege Corp Danbury depot Derby Detailed Disc Dutch Gap duty enemy enemy's fire Fort Brady Fort Monroe Fort Richardson Fort Ward front George H. H. PIERCE H. L. Abbot Hartford Hatfield Haven Headquarters Army Headquarters Siege Artillery HENRY HENRY L Hunt John July 28 June 29 Major Middletown obedient servant Ordnance Officer Parrott Petersburg Pratt Priv Promoted ranks Re-en rebel Redc regiment relieved respectfully Sept Sergeant shell Siege Art'y siege guns Smith Thomas Trans troops Trumbull Vols wagons William