War of the Rebellion: Serial 080 Page 0661 Chapter LII. THE RICHMOND CAMPAIGN.

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Date. Company. Commanding officer.

1864

August 12 B, 1st Connecticut Lieutenant Cummings.

Artillery

17 A, 1st Connecticut Captain Gillett...

Artillery

18 M, 1st Connecticut Captain Pratt......

Artillery.

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22 B, 1st Connecticut Captain Brooker....

Artillery

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27 I, 1st Connecticut Lieutenant Jackson.

Artillery.

31 M, 1st Connecticut Captain Pratt......

Artillery.

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11 E, 1st Connecticut Lieutenant Logan...

Artillery

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28 M, Third Pennsylvania Captain Korte......

Artillery.

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28 M, 1st Connecticut Captain Pratt......

Artillery

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6 M, 1st Connecticut Captain Pratt......

Artillery

6 ......do.................. Lieutenant E. P.

Mason..

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15 C, 1st Connecticut Captain Pierce......

Artillery

Date. Armament. Locality and remarks.

1864.

August 12 One 100-pounder Parrott. Sent to Dutch Gap.

17 Four 10-inch Sent to Fort Morton,

mortars.... Two 4 1/2-inch near Petersburg.

guns.

18 Four 4 1/2-inch guns..... Sent to Fort

Sedgwick, Petersburg.

19 Sawyer field gun........ Sent to Dutch Gap

from Battery Pruyn.

22 Two Coehorns Sent to Dutch Gap.

24 Two 12-pounder howitzers. Received from Captain

One 20-pounder Parrott. Hart in accordance

One 32-pounder Navy gun with Special Orders,

One 8-inch siege Numbers 69,

howitzers. Three 10-inch headquarters Armies

sea-coast mortars. Two of the United States,

100-pounder Parrotts. dated August 4, 1864.

Three 8-inch mortars. One

12-pounder gun....

26 Added to Dutch Gap.

Transferred from

Battery Burpee to

Dutch Gap.

27 One 13-inch mortar..... Transferred from

Battery Burpee to

Dutch Gap.

31 Fourt 4 1/2-inch guns... Transferred to

Battery Numbers 17,

Petersburg.

Sept. 7 One 32-pounder Navy gun. Sent to Fort Monroe.

11 Three 30-pounder Parrotts. Added to Battery 5,

Petersburg.

12 Fourt Coehorns......... Added to Redoubt

Dutton.

27 One 20-pounder Parrott. Added to Battery

Drake.

28 Two 8-inch siege howitzers Transferred to Fort

Converse.

28 One 13-inch mortar Transferred to City

Point.

28 Four 4 1/2-inch guns.. Transferred to Fort

Morton.

Oct. 2 Eight 6-pounder guns.. Captured guns

received from

Eighteenth Army

Corps.

3 Eight 6-pounder guns.. Sent captured guns to

Fort Monroe.

5 One 8-inch columbiad. One Captured guns

32-pounder smoothbore Navy received from

gun. One 32-pounder, Eighteenth Army

rifled and banded. One 12- Corps.

pounder rifled Richmond

gun.

6 Four 4 1/2-inch guns.. Transferred to

Battery Numbers 17,

Petersburg.

6 Two 8-inch guns... Sent to Battery

Numbers 20,

Petersburg.

8 Four 4 1/2-inch guns. One Sent to Fort Monroe.

8-inch siege howitzer.

13 One 30-pounder rifled Captured gun received

Richmond gun. from Eighteenth Army

Corps.

14 One 8-inch columbiad. One Sent to Fort Monroe.

32-pounder smoothbore Navy

gun. One 32-pounder,

banded and rifled. One 12-

pounder rifled Richmond

gun.

14 Two 8-inch mortars.... Added to Battery

Numbers 20,

Petersburg.

Transferred from

Dutch Gap to Fort

Brady.

15 One 100-pounder Parrott. Transferred from

One 100-pounder Parrott. Battery Spofford to

Three 4 1/2-inch guns... Fort Brady.