Summary Statement, 4th Quarter, 1863 – Delaware

Being a small state, Delaware did not muster a great number of formations during the war. Nine infantry regiments, a cavalry regiment, some independent companies, along with a couple batteries of artillery. Previously, we detailed what amounted to two and a half batteries of artillerymen from Delaware seeing service during the third quarter of 1863.Continue reading “Summary Statement, 4th Quarter, 1863 – Delaware”

Summary Statement, 3rd Quarter, 1863 – Pennsylvania’s Independent, Militia, and Miscellaneous

In the third quarter section for Pennsylvania, below the 3rd Pennsylvania Artillery listings, were a dozen lines which were sort of a “grab bag” of units of different origin or category.  Some were independent batteries.  Others were militia batteries only temporarily part of the Federal war effort.  And lastly there was one artillery section reportedContinue reading “Summary Statement, 3rd Quarter, 1863 – Pennsylvania’s Independent, Militia, and Miscellaneous”

Summary Statement, 3rd Quarter, 1863 – 3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery

Below the list of batteries for the 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery is a lonely line for one battery – Battery (or more aptly, Company) H, 3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery: Interpreting that line: Battery H, 3rd Artillery: At Baltimore, Maryland with four 10-pdr Parrotts. Captain William D. Rank commanded this battery, the “light” battery of theContinue reading “Summary Statement, 3rd Quarter, 1863 – 3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery”