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Civil War CDV Union Private John W Taylor 13th MD and 1st Potomac Home Brigade

Civil War CDV Union Private John W Taylor 13th MD and 1st Potomac Home Brigade
Civil War CDV Union Private John W Taylor 13th MD and 1st Potomac Home Brigade

Civil War CDV Union Private John W Taylor 13th MD and 1st Potomac Home Brigade    Civil War CDV Union Private John W Taylor 13th MD and 1st Potomac Home Brigade
CDV of Private John W Taylor of the 1st Potomac Home Brigade and 13th Maryland (Union) Infantry. From an album of 10th Maryland Infantry. Enlisted on 2/15/1865 as a Private. On 2/15/1865 he mustered into MD 1st PHB Infantry. He was transferred out on 4/8/1865.

On 4/8/1865 he transferred into "A" Co. He was Mustered Out on 5/29/1865 at Baltimore, MD. First Potomac Home Brigade Infantry. The organization of this regiment was commenced at. 15, 1861, and on Dec.

Into service for three years. Companies A, B, D and I were. Recruited in Frederick county; C in the city of Baltimore; E. F, and H in Washington county; G in Baltimore, Frederick and. Carroll counties; and K in Frederick county and the city of.

During the winter of 1861-62 it served with Gen. Banks and in the following spring marched with that commander. Up the Shenandoah Valley as far as Winchester, when it was. Assigned to the duty of guarding the line of the Baltimore &. When Banks was driven out of the valley the.

Regiment was concentrated at Harper's Ferry, where it remained. Until the Union troops again the valley, when it resumed the. Work of guarding the railroad. Pope's defeat at the. Second battle of Bull Run the regiment opposed the passage of.

The Potomac river at the several fords and ferries near the. Mouth of the Monocacy, and was then concentrated at Harper, s. Ferry, where it was surrendered with the garrison on Sept. The men were paroled and after being exchanged the regi.

Ment was assigned to duty along the Potomac in the southern. In the Gettysburg campaign it formed part. Of Lockwood's brigade, and on the second day of the battle of. Gettysburg was in the thickest of the fighting on Culp's hill.

And was one of the regiments that moved to the relief of. Sickles, corps, where it assisted in the final repulse of the.

After the battle of Get. Tysburg it marched with the Army of the Potomac in pursuit of. Lee as far as the Potomac river, when it was assigned to the. Duty of guarding the line of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad.

Early invaded Maryland, this regiment. Took an active part in checking the Confederate advance, and. Part of it fought gallantly in the battle of Monocacy under.

During its service the regiment lost 45 men. Killed in battle and 86 died of wounds and disease.

Engaged at Loudoun heights, Poolesville, Monocacy, Aqueduct. Maryland heights, Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Duffield Station. Monocacy, and in several skirmishes along the line of the. Those whose terms of enlistment. Expired in the fall of 1864 were mustered out, and the veterans.

And recruits were assigned to the 13th Md. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Photographs". The seller is "civil_war_photos" and is located in this country: US.

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  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Theme: Militaria
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  • Conflict: Civil War (1861-65)


Civil War CDV Union Private John W Taylor 13th MD and 1st Potomac Home Brigade    Civil War CDV Union Private John W Taylor 13th MD and 1st Potomac Home Brigade