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This is a very different book from Mowat's others, part military history and part nostalgic memoir although the author hardly appears at all in this narrative of the regiment in which he served for six years. the bulk of the book recounts Mowat's Canadian regiment's campaigns and battles in Italy over three years as it fought across Sicily and up the Italian Peninsula from the tip of the toe 4/5(7). 15th Regiment of the Line (4th battalion) 47th Regiment of the Line (3rd battalion) The first half of the book looks at the period between the British evacuation from Corunna and the arrival of Wellesley in Portugal for the second time, five months when the Spanish fought alone, while the second half looks at Wellesley's campaign in the.
"The enemy rallied behind a second line of works where they were charged by a small mounted battalion of the Fourth Cavalry. The charge was broken up by a railroad cut and some fences close to the works. The regiment lost many horses; a few men killed and some wounded. Lieut. History of the Twenty-sixth enginers (water supply regiment) in the world war, Septemer, March, ([New York,] Pub. by the Regiment with the coöperation of New England water works association, ), by United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. 26th regiment (page images at HathiTrust).
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The Record of a Regiment of the Line Being a Regimental History of the 1st Battalion Devonshire Regiment during the Boer War Language: English: LoC Class: DT: History: General and Eastern Hemisphere: Africa: Subject: Great Britain.
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Roster and Statistical Record of Company D, of the Eleventh Regiment (This book details a company formed in that fought in the Peninsula Campaign, Yorktown, Morris Island, Bermuda Hundred, Petersburg, and was present at the South’s surrender).
9th (S. Webb's) Connecticut Regiment  Merged with 2d Connecticut to form the 3d Connecticut Regiment Jan. Books for the period prior to adoption into the Connecticut Line are on the Additional Page (AD).
11th (Hartley's/Connor's/Hubley's) Pennsylvania Regiment 11  Merged with the 3d Pennsylvania Regiment Jan. See Hartley's Additional Continental Regiment on the Additional Regiments page for service prior to joining the Pennsylvania Line (AD).
Series 3, Accounts of Provisions, consists of records of provisions and clothing that were issued to the Maryland Line mainly between and the end of the war. The regiments mentioned are the seven Maryland regiments, the Maryland Artillery, Rawling's Regiment, the German Regiment, and detachments of the Maryland Line at Annapolis and Frederick.
The story as told is an everyday account and a record of the work of the men of the 1st Battalion Devonshire Regiment during the South African War. It exemplifies the devotion to duty, the stubbornness in adversity, and the great fighting qualities of the West-country man, which qualities existed in the time of Drake, and which still exist.
Revolutionary War Online Records Original Documents from the National Archives through Search The Muster and Pay Rolls of the War of the Revolution, Browse these rolls by state and name of organization (regiment, battalion, guard, company, etc.).
Find names of soldiers with the help of annotations supplied by other Footnote. A record of the Twenty-third Regiment Mass. Vol. Infantry in the War of the Rebellion with alphabetical roster, company rolls, portraits, maps, etc.
by Emmerton, James A. (James Arthur), The Record of Connecticut Men in the Military and Naval Service During the War of the Revolution, Johnston. Genealogical Publishing Com, Second Regiment Connecticut Line The Record of Connecticut Men in the Military and Naval Service During the.
Introduction Rank and numbering Establishment of precedence. The rank of regiments of the English Army was first fixed during the Nine Years' as to the respective rank of regiments fighting in the Spanish Netherlands led William III to command a Board of General Officers meeting on 10 June to establish the order of precedence of the various units.
1. Bound record books for most (but not all) regiments, RG 94, entries - When complete, they include a regimental order book, company order books, a regimental descriptive book, company descriptive books, consolidated morning reports by company, a regimental letters sent book, and miscellaneous books.
made from 24 of the numbered record books in the War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records, Volumes13 1/2, 1/2, 1/2, and There are cross-references for soldiers' names that appeared in the records under more than one spelling. Frequently preceding the jacket-envelopes for individual.
to ; so also from towas Benjamin Huger, subsequently a major-general in the Confederate service; Albert E. Church, the honored West Point Professor of Mathematics, served from to ; Robert Anderson, the hero of Ft.
Sumter, was an officer of the regiment for thirty-two years, from to ; Erasmus D. Keyes, afterwards a major-general of volunteers, from to. The most complete military roster for the state, this monumental work contains the names of approximat soldiers from North Carolina who served during the Revolution.
Service records include such information as rank, company, date of enlistment or commission, period of service, combat experience, and whether captured, wounded, or killed. History of the Regiment first raised inwhich fought at the Boyne under William of Orange.
Traces its exploits from facing the French at Fonteroy and Minden, to Gallipoli. The books covers the Regiment's campaigns in World World II before it was disbanded in. Modern regimental histories are more analytical, and do not rely solely upon narrative to tell the story of the regiment.
They attempt to incorporate social history into their portrayal of the day-to-day lives of soldiers, often analyzing the occupations, age, and class-status of the enlisted ranks to give readers a sense of how regiments.The 26th (Cameronian) Regiment of Foot was a Scottish infantry regiment of the British Army, active from to Although the regiment took the name of its first colonel as The Earl of Angus's Regiment, it became popularly known as The Cameronians untilwhen it was ranked as the 26th Foot.
Under the Childers Reforms it amalgamated with the 90th Regiment of Foot (Perthshire.The record of a regiment of the line: being a regimental history of the 1st Battalion Devonshire Regiment during the Boer War, (Book, )  Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items.