War of the Rebellion: Serial 080 Page 0662 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LII.

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Date. Company. Commanding officer.

1864.

Oct. 20 C, 1st Connecticut Captain Pierce......

Artillery.

25 ...................... ....................

26 M, 1st Connecticut Captain Pratt

Artillery.

26 ......do.............. Lieutenant E. P. Mason.

26 ...................... ....................

27 Miscellaneons Major Trumbull

detachment

27 B, 1st Connecticut Lieutenant Bannon

Artillery.

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

Artillery. M, 1st Lieutenant E. P.

Connecticut Artillery. Mason.....

Date. Armament. Locality and remarks.

1864.

Oct. 20 Three 30-pounder Sent to battery near Fort

Parrotts. Brady.

25 Two Coehorns. One 12- Transferred to depot.

pounder gun. One Sawyer

field gun.

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

Sedgwick.

26 Fourt 8-inch mortars. Transferred to Fort

Sedgwick.

26 Three 8-inch mortars. Transferred from Dutch Gap

to Fort Brady.

27 Eight 4 1/2-inch guns. Sent to City Point lines.

Two 30-pounder

Parrotts.

27 One 12-pounder gun. Placed in redoubt at

Broadway Landing.

30 Four 4 1/2-inch guns. Transferred back to

Four 8-inch mortars. Battery Numbers 17,

Petersburg. Transferred

back to Battery Numbers

20, Petersburg.

The following table exhibits the transfers of companies serving the siege batteries during the three months, considered when moved without guns. If moved with guns the changes of station appear in the preceding table.

Date. Company. Commanding officer.

1864.

August A, B, I, and M, 1st Captain Brooker..

2 Connecticut

Artillery.

2 C, 1st Connecticut Captain Pierce..

Artillery.

2 G, 1st Connecticut Captain Osborne..

Artillery.

2 D, 1st Connecticut Captain Brigham..

Artillery.

4 I, 1st Connecticut Captain Burton...

Artillery.

19 ................. Major Trumbull...

29 K, 1st Connecticut Lieutenant Twiss..

Artillery.

Sept. 1 .................. Captain Brooker..

2 C, 1st Connecticut Captain Pierce...

Artillery.

2 B, 1st Connecticut Lieutenant Bannon..

Artillery.

10 ................... Lieutenant-Colonel

White.

11 E, 1st Connecticut Lieutenant Logan.

Artillery.

11 I, 1st Connecticut Captain Burton....

Artillery.

11 B, 1st Connecticut Lieutenant Bannon..

Artillery.

11 A, 13th New York Lieutenant Pratt..

Artillery.

11 F, 1st Connecticut Captain Dow....

Artillery.

11 C, 1st Connecticut Lieutenant Pardee..

Artillery.

12 L, 1st Connecticut Captain Pride.....

Artillery.

12 G, 1st Connecticut Captain Osborne...

Artillery.

13 K, 1st Connecticut Captain Ager.....

Artillery.

13 D, 1st Connecticut Captain Brigham....

Artillery.

28 ................... Major Brooker......

28 H, 13th New York Captain Pendrell..

Artillery.

30 B, 1st Connecticut Lieutenant Bannon..

Artillery.

Oct. 16 H, 1st Connecticut Lieutenant Cashin..

Artillery.

Date. Locality and remarks.

1864.

August Stationed at depot.

2

2 Relieved Company L at Battery Burpee.

2 Relieved Company K, 4th New York Artillery, near

Battery 11, Petersburg.

2 Relieved Company I at Battery 10, Petersburg.

4 Stationed at Fort Converse; relieved Company M, 4th

New York Artillery.

19 Placed in command of all siege artillery in front of

Petersburg.

29 Relieved Company H at Battery Sawyer.

Sept. 1 Relieved Major Trumbull at Petersburg.

2 Relieved Company B at Dutch Gap.

2 Relieved Company C at Battery Burpee.

10 Relieved Captain Brooker at Petersburg.

11 Relieved Company F at Battery 5, Petersburg.

11 Relieved Company F at Battery 4, Petersburg.

11 Relieved Company I at Fort Converse.

11 Relieved Company B at Battery Burpee.

11 Relieved Company B at Battery Pruyn.

11 Relieved Company K at Battery Sawyer.

12 Relieved Company G near Batteries 11 and 12,

Petersburg.

12 Relieved Company L at Redoubt Dutton.

13 Relieved Company D at Batteries 9 and 10, near Fort

McGilvery, Petersburg.

13 Relieved Company K at Battery Anderson.

28 Relieved Lieutenant-Colonel White.

28 Relieved Company M, 3rd Pennsylvania Artillery,

Redoubt Drake.

30 Transferred to siege train depot.

Oct. 16 Relieved Company C at Battery Sawyer.