Summary Statement, 4th Quarter, 1863 – New Hampshire

New Hampshire was represented by one line in the fourth quarter summary for 1864. That one line accounted for the lone field battery from the state: 1st Light Battery: At Brandy Station with four 3-inch Ordnance Rifles. The battery remained under command of Captain Frederick M. Edgell. In October the battery transferred out of theContinue reading “Summary Statement, 4th Quarter, 1863 – New Hampshire”

Summary Statement, 3rd Quarter, 1863 – New Hampshire’s battery

In the summaries for the previous quarters, I’ve combined New Hampshire’s entries along with other states for brevity.  After all, there’s just one line to consider, and that is a very uncomplicated line.  We find that same entry line, for New Hampshire’s lone light battery for the third quarter, 1863: And that line remained uncomplicatedContinue reading “Summary Statement, 3rd Quarter, 1863 – New Hampshire’s battery”

Summary Statement, 2nd Quarter, 1863 – Batteries of New Hampshire and New Jersey

For this installment of the summary reports, we will look at the contributions of two states – New Hampshire and New Jersey.   Between the two, by June 1863 were only three batteries of light artillery: Just one battery from the Granite State.  For the New Hampshire battery: 1st Battery: Reporting at Taneytown, Maryland with fourContinue reading “Summary Statement, 2nd Quarter, 1863 – Batteries of New Hampshire and New Jersey”