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Powell's Records of Living Officers of the United States Army - Primary ...
William Henry Powell
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11th Inf 1st Inf 1st Lieut 24th Inf 2d Art 2d Cav 2d Inf 2d Lieut 4th Art 4th Inf 6th Cav Acad accepted June Actual rank—2d Lieut Actual rank—Pvt Appointed April 14 April 20 Army Asst Atlanta campaign Barracks Batt Battery battle battle of Fredericksburg battle of Gaines battle of Gettysburg Brevet Brevet rank—Bvt Brig Cadet at U. S. Camp campaign Capt Captain Colonel command Corps Creek Dept engaged etc.—Engaged expedition faithful and meritorious field Fort Leavenworth Fort Monroe gallant and meritorious graduated June 15 Indians July 28 June 15 leave of absence Leavenworth March 13 meritorious services Military Academy July Post Surgeon Potomac regiment Retiring River Second Lieut Service—In Service—Served siege skirmishes Staff positions station Surg Tenn Texas troops U. S. Cav U. S. Inf U. S. Mil U. S. Military Academy Washington wounded
Page 588 - TERRY, and to the officers and men under his command, for the unsurpassed gallantry and skill exhibited by them in the attack upon Fort Fisher, and the brilliant and decisive victory by which that important work has been captured from the rebel forces and placed in the possession and under the authority of the United States, and for their long and faithful services and unwavering devotion to the cause of the country in the midst of the greatest difficulties and dangers.
Page 539 - William T. Sherman, and through him to the officers and men under his command, for their gallantry and good conduct in their late campaign from Chattanooga to Atlanta, and the triumphal march thence through Georgia to Savannah, terminating in the capture and occupation of that city; and that the President cause a copy of this joint resolution to be engrossed and forwarded to Major-General Sherman.
Page 469 - Porter, late major-general of volunteers, and be enabled to act advisedly upon his application for relief in said case, a board is hereby convened, by order of the President, to examine, in connection with the record of the trial by court-martial of Major-General Porter, such new evidence relating to the merits of said case as is now on file in the War Department, together with such other evidence as may be presented to said board, and to report, with the reasons for their conclusion, what action,...
Page 469 - Fitz John Porter and to restore him to the positions of which that sentence deprived him, such restoration to take effect from the date of his dismissal from the service.
Page 469 - States, and forever disqualified from holding any office of trust or profit under the Government of the United States.
Page 516 - gallant and meritorious services during the operations resulting in the fall of Richmond, Va., and the surrender of the insurgent army under Gen. RE Lee.
Page 442 - Scott he participated in the siege of Vera Cruz, the battles of Cerro Gordo, Contreras, Churubusco...
Page 413 - for faithful and meritorious services" ; brigadier general of United States volunteers April 9, 1865, "for gallant and meritorious services during the campaign terminating with the surrender of the insurgent army under General RE Lee...
Page 145 - ... administration of justice, and that this end has been attained without the shedding of blood or the exertion of any force beyond the ordinary arrest of persons accused of crimes. The troops in the field have been under the immediate command of Lieutenant Colonel Philip St. G. Cooke, second dragoons ; the sound judgment he has displayed, and his promptness, energy, and good management have had a large share in producing the happy state of affairs at present existing, for there were moments when...
Page 469 - That the President be, and he is hereby, authorized to nominate and, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to appoint Fitz John Porter, late a majorgeneral of the United States Volunteers and a brevet brigadier-general and colonel of the Army, to the position of colonel in the Army of the United States, of the same grade and rank held by him at the time of his dismissal from the Army by sentence of court-martial promulgated January 27, 1863.