3 edition of Roster of the officers and men of the 15th Regiment Association, New Jersey Volunteers found in the catalog.
Roster of the officers and men of the 15th Regiment Association, New Jersey Volunteers
United States. Army. New Jersey Infantry Regiment, 15th (1862-1865)
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 87/7234 (E) |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 p. ; 14 cm.|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||87182328|
The 13th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry was a Union Army regiment from New Jersey that fought in the American Civil War.. American Civil War. Recruited in July essentially from New Jersey's Essex, Hudson and Passaic Counties (with large numbers from the cities of Jersey City and Newark), it was one of five three-year enlistment units raised by the state that ance: United States of America, Union. 12th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry Company K, Williamstown, New Jersey. likes. The 12th NJ is a long standing reenacting rifle company based in Southern New Jersey. The organization is composed 5/5(1).
The 13th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry was a Union Army regiment from New Jersey that fought in the American Civil War. American Civil War. Recruited in July essentially from New Jersey's Essex, Hudson and Passaic Counties (with large numbers from the cities of Jersey City and Newark), it was one of five three-year enlistment units raised by the state that summer. New Jersey sent o soldiers to the Union armed forces, as part of 52 regiments. More than a fourth were part of the Army of the Potomac. Generally soldiers from New Jersey fought in eastern areas of the war.  About 6, of these soldiers died during the war.
Space does not allow me to list all of the men enlisted in the 12th Regiment. They were from Salem, Camden, Burlington, Cumberland and Gloucester County. You can find the roster in the publication 12th New Jersey Volunteers by Frederick W. Jago, printed by . Civil War Index This website is meant to be an index of other sources about the Armies, Soldiers and Battles of the Civil War. We will offer links to the Official Records, free online books, books that may be purchased, and other websites.
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New Jersey Volunteers List of Officers, Following is a list of all officers who served in the New Jersey Volunteers during the course of the American Revolution from to The 15th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry was an American Civil War infantry regiment from New Jersey that served from September through in the Union Army.
The Fifteenth Regiment was organized at Flemington, New Jersey, in July and August Three companies were recruited in Sussex County (D, I & K), two in Warren (B & H), two in Hunterdon (A & G), two in Morris (C & F) and Allegiance: Union.
This database provides access to an electronic version of Adjutant General William S. Stryker's two-volume Record of Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Civil War,originally published by the State of New Jersey in There is an account of the creation of Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Civil War in the text of the book.
The 15th New Jersey meets the third Wednesday of each month at the Quakertown Recreation Club located at 95 Quakertown Rd, Pittstown, NJ Please contact Tom Preckwinkle at or Mike Ewing at if you have any questions. New Jersey. Adjutant-General's Office.
Official Register of the Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War. Trenton, NJ, Wm. Nicholson & Co., Printers "Printed by authority of the Legislature." William S. Stryker, Adjutant General.
The monument to the 15th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry Regiment is on the north Roster of the officers and men of the 15th Regiment Association of Plank Road (Virginia Route 3) 4 miles west of downtown Fredericksburg and miles west of exit on Interstate (38° ′ N, 77° ′ W; map) The monument consists of a circular pillar on a.
15th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry, Ringoes. likes. Member unit of the North South Skirmish Association ().Followers: Official register of the officers and men of New Jersey in the revolutionary war by New Jersey.
Adjutant-General's Office; Stryker, William Scudder, Publication date Topics New Jersey -- History Revolution, Registers, United States -- History Revolution, Regimental histories New Jersey RegistersPages: Records of officers and men of New Jersey in wars by New Jersey.
Adjutant-General's Office. Publication date Topics Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.).Pages: New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Revolutionary War Records, from FamilySearch. New Jersey. New Jersey: Official Register of the Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War; New Jersey Revolutionary War Damage Claims, ; New Jersey Volunteers (Loyalists) in the Revolutionary War (at Ancestry/requires payment) New York.
The 15th Regiment, New Jersey Infantry, was organized at Flemington, Hunterdon County, New Jersey and mustered in Aug They served through Appomatex and Lee's surrender, April 9, They mustered out at Hall's Hill, Va., J . Company A, 15th Regiment New Jersey Volunteer Infantry was re-mustered in by a group of avid amateur historians and collectors to further their study and k nowledge of the Civil War.
The stated goal of the quasi-military organization was to advance the study and use of Civil War weapons and equipment. The 15th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry was an American Civil War infantry regiment from New Jersey that served from September through in the Union Army.
The Fifteenth Regiment was organized at Flemington, New Jersey in July and August Three companies were recruited in Sussex County, two in Warren, two in Hunterdon, two in Morris and one in Somerset, and all were composed of men Active: August to Roster Of Officers Of Sullivan's Division, Major-General John Sullivan, First New Jersey Regiment.
Matthias Ogden, Colonel, David Brearley, Lieut. Colonel, 2d New York Regiment. First New Hampshire Regiment. Joseph Silley, Colonel. Jeremiah Gilman, Lieutenant Colonel. 12th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry.
The 12th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry was mustered into service on September 4, In the spring of it was assigned to the 3rd Division of the 2nd Corps of the Army of the Potomac and was the only New Jersey Regiment in that : 04 Sep, History of the Fifteenth Regiment New Jersey Volunteers History of the Fifteenth Regiment New Jersey Volunteers by Haines, Alanson A.
(Alanson Austin), Publication date Topics United States--Army--New Jersey Infantry Regiment, 15th ()., New Jersey--History--Civil War. The ceremony consisted of an invocation by Rev. Alanson A. Haines, late chaplain of the 15th New Jersey Infantry Regiment, speeches by Pennsylvania Governor James A.
Beaver and New Jersey Governor Robert S. Green, music, and brief addresses by surviving members of the several New Jersey commands engaged at Gettysburg. Roster of the Twelfth Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers: [oration by Col.
William E. Potter, at the first reunion of the Regiment, Woodbury, N. J., Feb. 22, ] United States. Army. New Jersey Infantry Regiment, 12th () cn; Potter, William : New Jersey Adjutant General, Record of Officers and Men of New Jersey in the War with Mexico, Trenton, New Jersey, (Not available at the Family History Library).
A copy of this book is at the state archives. The Family History Library has. Battle of New Orleans, War of Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve National Park Service U.S.
Department of the Interior American Muster and Troop Roster List Transcribed in partnership with the University of New Orleans History Department and the Midlo Center for New. Men of the 6th New Jersey who had re-enlisted or were recruited after the regiment was formed were folded into the 8th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry, with whom they served for the duration of the war.
Commanders. Three officers served as Colonel of the regiment: James T. Hatfield, who resigned his commission on Ap Allegiance: Union.- Roster of Officers: 1st Battalion Militia Cavalry Organized at Harrisburg, Pa., J Attached to Dept.
of the Susquehanna. Mustered out Aug 2nd Pennsylvania Cavalry/59th Regiment Volunteers 2nd Pennsylvania Cavalry/59th Regiment Volunteers- Field and Staff Officers- Company A .Service.
The regiment was recruited in May at Camp Perrine, located near the New Jersey State Prison near Trenton. The regiment was led by Colonel Robert McAllister, who had seen service as lieutenant colonel in the 1st New Jersey Volunteer Infantry. The regiment left New Jersey for Washington on August By mid-September the 11th remain in Washington at half strength due to a Allegiance: Union.