1 edition of Company orders of the Dodge Light Guards, Company L, 3rd Iowa Infantry, 1894-1916 found in the catalog.
Company orders of the Dodge Light Guards, Company L, 3rd Iowa Infantry, 1894-1916
|Statement||edited by Clifford Powell.|
|Contributions||Powell, Clifford, b. 1887.|
|LC Classifications||UA194.3d .L|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||17004080|
Iowa Infantry. 33d Regiment, , United States. Army Iowa Infantry Regiment, 33rd (), United States -- History Civil War, Regimental histories Publisher Des Moines, Mills & co. Collection newyorkpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor New York Public Library Language English. The second Iowa brigade achieved fame briefly by its fighting at Shiloh. This unit, known as the "Iowa Hornet's Nest Brigade," derived its title from its participation in the "Hornet's Nest" defense at Shiloh on April 6, Regi-ments of this Iowa brigade were the 2nd, 7th, 8th, 12th, and 14th regiments of Iowa infantry.*.
Lineage - Unknown Gardner Dodge, Webster City, Iowa Enlisted: 29 July - Union Rank Induction: Private Rank Discharge: Lieutenant 9th Regiment, Iowa Cavalry, Co. L: Lineage - Unknown General L. Dodge, Pleasant Valley, Wisconsin Enlisted: 18 Aug - Union Rank Induction: Corporal Rank Discharge: Sergeant 30th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry, Co. D. Snyder, Arnold L. K Company, th Infantry Regiment, 30th Infantry Division Snyder, J. T. 3rd Photo Reconnaissance Squadron
Camp Dodge is located in Johnston, Iowa, which is near the capital of Iowa where the Iowa National Guard resides. Throughout the US military history, bases have opened and closed depending on the need. Like most of the military bases still open in the US, Camp Dodge was opened at . 54th armored infantry battalion (less companies a and c) company b: lt. john d. devereaux company c, 21st tank battalion. one platoon, company c, 55th armored engineer battalion. one platoon, company d, 3d tank battalion (light tanks): lt. sherwood d. wishart. one platoon, troop d, 90th reconnaissance squadron. force charlie lt. richard c.
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3rd Iowa Veteran Infantry. Term of service three years. Mustered into the service of the United States at Hebron, Miss., by Lieutenant Dyde. Roster of Field, Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Staff Officers at muster in of organization, together with subsequent appointments from civil life.
Service. The 3rd Iowa Infantry was organized at Keokuk, Iowa and mustered into Federal forces on June 8, The regiment was consolidated into a battalion of three companies in July, after those members of the regiment who did not reenlist mustered out and the survivors were transferred to 2nd Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry as Companies "A," "F," and "I" on November 4, Allegiance: Union.
The first Iowan to die in combat during the Civil War was Private Cyrus W. West, Company H, 3rd Iowa Infantry, as a result of friendly fire on J during a fight with Confederate cavalry at Monroe, Missouri; the second was Private John A. Gibbons, 1st Regiment, US Cavalry, on August 2, at the Battle of Dug Springs, Missouri; the.
Forty-Eighth Reginment Iowa Volunteer Infantry Union Brigade (Historical Sketch) First Regiment Iowa African Infantry: First Battery Iowa Light Artillery: Second Battery Iowa Light Artillery: Third Battery Iowa Light Artillery: Fourth Battery Iowa Light Artillery: The Fourth Iowa Infantry was organized under the proclamation of the President, dated May 3, The companies composing the regiment were Company orders of the Dodge Light Guards into the service of the United States at Camp Kirkwood, near Council Bluffs, Iowa, and at Jefferson Barracks, Company L St.
Louis, Mo., on different dates, ranging from August 8,to Aug Company A of the Third Battalion, th Light Infantry Brigade refuses the order of its commander, Lieutenant Eugene Schurtz, Jr., to continue an attack that had been launched to. The Fourth Iowa Infantry was organized under the proclamation of the President, dated May 3, The companies composing the regiment were mustered into the service of the United States at Camp Kirkwood, near Council Bluffs, Iowa, and at Jefferson Barracks, near St.
Louis, Mo., on different dates, ranging from August 8,to August. Robert was a veteran of the Civil War. He enlisted at the rank of 3rd Sergeant in Company G., 20th Iowa Infantry Regiment, on Aug. 15, He was promoted to 2nd Sergeant. He was mustered out on Jul.
View Sgt. Robert Speer's genealogy profile; 11/20/ 11/20/ Follow. Although the National Parks Service has created the on-line Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System as an aid to finding one's Civil War ancestors, this resource lacks the details of place of residence, age, and dates of enlistment and discharge which leads one to other records for men with common names.
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3rd Regiment, Iowa Infantry Organized at Keokuk and mustered in June 8, Veterans consolidated to a Battalion of three Companies July, Transferred to 2nd Iowa Infantry as Companies "A," "F" and "I," November 4, 4th Regiment, Iowa Infantry Organized at Council Bluffs and mustered in August 8, 5th Regiment, Iowa Infantry.
Company F (1st) - 1st Confederate Regiment, Georgia Infantry; Company G - 3rd Regiment Georgia Infantry "Confederate Light Guards" Company I (1st) - 3rd Battalion, Georgia Infantry "Young Guards" Company A - 5th Regiment Georgia Infantry "Clinch Rifles" Company C - 5th Regiment Georgia Infantry "Irish Volunteers" Company N - 5th Regiment.
The casualties suffered by a typical American infantry regiment serving in World War II were horrendous.
For example, by the end of January,the 47 th Infantry Regiment (which fought in France and Germany) had lost well over % of their strength to battle casualties, where men were either killed, wounded, missing, or taken as prisoner of war.
The Second Iowa Infantry at Fort Donelson, Febru together with an outline history of the regiment from its organization at Keokuk, Iowa, to final discharge at Davenport, Iowa, J (Bethesda, Maryland: University Publications of America, c), FHL fiche References [edit | edit source].
Service. The 16th Iowa Infantry was organized at Davenport, Iowa, and mustered in for three years of Federal service by companies between Decemand Ma The regiment was mustered out on J Iowa Brigade.
After the Battle of Shiloh, the Thirteenth Iowa was assigned to the Third Brigade of the Sixth Brigade was composed of the Eleventh. The Iowa National Guard is canceling a number of upcoming events and activities that normally take place at Camp Dodge throughout the summer.
IOWA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD UNITS RECEIVE MOBILIZATION ORDERS 5/6/ As part of the U.S. Army’s ongoing operational requirements, several Iowa National Guard units will deploy overseas in the coming months.
Adjutant General's Office, Report of the Adjutant General and Acting Quartermaster General of the State of Iowa, (Des Moines [Iowa]: F.W. Palmer, ), pages FHL book M25ag.
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Dickerson, Douglas F. HQ Company, 3rd Battalion, th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Abn. Dickerson, Robert L. E Company, th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division Papers of W. Rigby (24th Iowa, Company B). MsC82 (See also Articles) Papers of Henry Clay Russell.(2nd Iowa Volunteer Infantry, Company H) MsC Second Iowa Cavalry Association.
MsC Civil War Diaries of George M. Shearer, – (Company E, 17th Iowa Infantry). MsC80 Digitized diary. Papers of the Shelton Family (45th Regiment. A part of the Infantry and Artillery of the Second and Third Divisions, having now been organized into a division (detached from the Army of the Frontier) of two brigades, the Twentieth Iowa being a part of the First Brigade, proceeded on the 6th to reinforce the investing army at Vicksburg.In the meantime, the 22nd's commanding officer, Col.
Stone, sought and won Iowa's governorship, becoming Iowa's second "War Governor." Return to the seat of war By late springthe regiment was on the move again, to Virginia, where it joined the 24th and 28th Iowa infantry regiments as the only Hawkeye units to fight in the Old Dominion.Brief History [edit | edit source].
This Unit was organized at Council Bluffs and mustered in August 8, For more information on the history of this unit, see: The Civil War Archive section, 4th Regiment Infantry, (accessed 21 June ).
The Wikipedia article, 4th Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment, (accessed 21 June ). Companies in this Regiment with the Counties of Origin [edit.