5 edition of The Giles, Alleghany, and Jackson Artillery found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 125-130).
|Statement||Keith S. Bohannon.|
|Series||The Virginia regimental histories series|
|LC Classifications||E581.7.G55 B64 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||92100056|
Welcome to the Book Store featuring critically acclaimed books, new releases, recommendations from our editorial team and the best deals in books. Check back regularly to find your next favourite book.4/5. Biographical Note. Thomas Alexander Mahood was born in Prior to the Civil War, he was a carpenter in Giles County. He enlisted as a lieutenant with French's Battery, Giles Artillery (Wise Legion, Virginia Artillery) in May of and was reelected a year later.
Confederate Artillery Battery Names Most Confederate artillery batteries had an official name but were also known after their battery commanders. Often a battery had more than one commander during its career, so the same battery might be known under several different names. Carpenter's Battery, also known as Alleghany Artillery or Alleghany Rough Artillery, was a famed Confederate artillery battery unit in the American Civil War. The unit was first organized at Covington, Virginia on Ap as Company A of the 27th Virginia Infantry Regiment, the "Alleghany Roughs." When the Captain who organized the company resigned due to ill health, the captaincy.
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THE GILES, ALLEGHANY AND JACKSON ARTILLERY Hardcover – January 1, by Keith S. Bohannon (Author)Author: Keith S. Bohannon. The Giles Allegheny and Jackson Artillery (Virginia Regimental Histories) 1st Edition by Keith Bohannon (Author)5/5(1).
The Alleghany Artillery, also known as the Alleghany Rough Artillery, enlisted in as Captain Joseph Carpenter's Company of the Virginia Light Artillery. It was also known as Company A, or Alleghany Light Infantry, of the 27th Regiment of the Virginia Infantry.
In it became Captain John C. Carpenter's Company of the Virginia Light Artillery. The Giles, Alleghany, and Jackson Artillery | Keith S. Bohannon - Publication (S/N Limited First The Giles /) BooksReDunn 5 out of 5 stars (37) $ Favorite. Giles Virginia Artillery (French’s VA Battery), which participated in the Siege of Petersburg.
The Giles, Alleghany and Jackson Artillery. (Lynchburg, Virginia: H.E. Howard, c), FHL book M2vr v. 65; Fonerden, C.A. A Brief History of the Military Career of Carpenter's Battery: From Its Organization as a Rifle Company Under the Name of Alleghany Roughs to the Ending of the War Between the States.
Giles Light Artillery [also called Pearisburg Reserves] was organized in June,with men raised in Giles County. The unit served in Western Virginia, then moved to Tennessee. Here it was captured in the fight at Fort Donelson in February, When exchanged, the unit returned to Virginia and participated in the Maryland Campaign.
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The Giles, Alleghany and Jackson Artillery (H.E. Howard: ), pp. 92, 93 ↩ The Confederate Order of Battle, Volume 1: The Army of Northern Virginia by F. Ray Sibley, Jr., page ↩ Sommers, Richard J.
“Grant’s Fifth Offensive at Petersburg: A Study in Strategy, Tactics, and Generalship. The Battle of Poplar Spring Church, the First. This work, originally designed as a book of instruction for the cadets of the Military Academy, has, since my separation from the department of artillery, been extended beyond the limits at first proposed, with a view of spreading information not popularly accessible, upon a subject of the first importance to our national defence.
In Harold Howard determined to publish a history of every Virginia regiment that served in the Civil War. The first book was published inthe last in Each book contains a unit history and annotated muster roll including every soldier known to serve with the unit.
the new unit was called the "alleghany artillery" but was known thereafter as "carpenter's battery." the unit numbered approximately 80 men at the time of conversion to an artillery battery, fielding four iron 6-pounder guns from the foundry at tredegar works in richmond, virginia.
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$ + $ Shipping. We specialize in antiquarian books, classic literature, the Civil Seller Rating: % positive. McComas'-French's Battery was formed in May,with men from Giles County.
On April 9.the unit surrendered with 66 men. Captains David A. French and William W. McComas were in command. This battery was associated with Giles Light Artillery (Pearisburg Reserves). Companies in this Regiment with the Counties of Origin [edit | edit source].
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The Giles, Alleghany and Jackson Artillery (1st Edition) by Keith S. Bohnannon *Soldier and information researched and contributed by Ms. E. Anne Happoldt of Dover's Colonel Hasslett Daughters of the American Revolution chapter. Soldier added to .V Sherwood, W t Artillery, Albemarle Artillery, and Sturdivant’s Battery.
Lynchburg, VA: H. E. Howard, MAIN E A64 S54 File Size: KB.Dearing's battalion was designated the 38th Artillery Battalion in Juneand the Fayette Artillery became Company B of that battalion. See Robert H. Moore, The Richmond Fayette, Hampden, Thomas, and Blount's Lynchburg Artillery (Lynchburg, VA: M.E.
Howard, ), pp.74; Sifakis, pp.