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Published by The Association in Newark, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States,
  • New Jersey,
  • Infantry Regiment,
  • 13th,
  • Registers,
  • United States. Army. New Jersey Infantry Regiment, 13th (1862-1865),
  • Regimental histories,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesProceedings of the ... reunion of the Veteran Association of the Thirteenth Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers at ..., Proceedings of the Thirteenth Regiment reunion
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25483840M

    The 4th New Jersey Infantry was first organized at Trenton, New Jersey for three months service on Ap The regiment was attached to Runyon's New Jersey Brigade, Defenses of Washington, to June 1st Brigade, Runyon's Reserve Division, McDowell's Army of Allegiance: Union. First Battalion of New Jersey Volunteers, Greater Philadelphia area. 1, likes 52 talking about this. The official page of the First New Jersey Volunteers. Like us for information about events, Followers: K.

    13th NJ Civil War Regiment. Following is a summary of the activities and engagements of the 13th New Jersey Regiment during the War of the Rebellion, or Civil War, as it is more commonly called in the United States. ORGANIZATION: Organized at Camp Frelinghuysen, Newark, N.J., and mustered in Aug Left State for Washington, D.C. ~ The collections listed on this page represent c.f. of paper records and 7 reels of microfilm ~ To contact the New Jersey State Archives about research, reference services, records transfers or donations, please email us at [email protected]

    Constitution and by-laws of "The Reunion society of the Twenty-fourth Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers": p. Description: 45 pages 22 cm: Responsibility: By James J. Reeves. Printed by direction of the Society at their reunion in Woodbury, N.J., Decem New Jersey Volunteers List of Officers, Following is a list of all officers who served in the New Jersey Volunteers during the course of the American Revolution from to


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Proceedings of the reunion of the Thirteenth Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers, at. reunion of the Thirteenth Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers, at. Publication date Topics United States. Army. New Jersey Infantry Regiment, 13th (), New Jersey, genealogy Publisher Newark, N.J.: The Association Collection allen_county.

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Army. New Jersey Infantry Regiment, 13th (), Veteran Association of the Thirteenth Regiment New Jersey. textsReminiscences of the war, comprising a detailed account of the experiences of the Thirteenth regiment New Jersey volunteers in camp, on the march, and in battle.

Reminiscences of the war, comprising a detailed account of the experiences of the Thirteenth regiment New Jersey volunteers in camp, on the march, and in battle.

United :   Roster of the Twelfth Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers: [oration by Col. William E. Potter, at the first reunion of the Regiment, Woodbury, N. J., Feb. 22, ] by United States. Army. New Jersey Infantry Regiment, 12th () cn; Potter, William EPages: A History of the 7th Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers in the Civil War.

By John Hayward. An all-new regimental history with 73 photographs of regimental members. pages, over illustrations, 30 maps, roster and index.

Hardbound. Published November ISBN $ History of the Eleventh New Jersey Volunteers [cover image]. The 13th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry was a Union Army regiment from New Jersey that fought in the American Civil War.

American Civil War Recruited in July essentially from New Jersey's Essex, Hudson and Passaic Counties (with large numbers from the cities of Jersey City and Newark), it was one of five three-year enlistment units raised by the state that summer.

The 13th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry was a Union Army regiment from New Jersey that fought in the American Civil War. American Civil War [ edit ] Recruited in July essentially from New Jersey's Essex, Hudson and Passaic Counties (with large numbers from the cities of Jersey City and Newark), it was one of five three-year enlistment units raised by the state that ance: United States of America, Union.

List, Sarah M. Hilgendorff, "Marching as to war: the Thirteenth New Jersey Volunteers, a citizen-soldier regiment in the Union Army, " ().

Theses and Dissertations. The 13th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry was a Union Army regiment from New Jersey that fought in the American Civil War.

Recruited in July essentially from New Jersey's Essex, Hudson and Passaic Counties (with large numbers from the cities of Jersey City and Newark), it was one of five three-year enlistment units raised by the state that summer.

(); Report of the Monument Committee of the Veteran Association of the 13th Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers,the dedicatory exercises at Gettysburg, on Friday, July 1st, (); Proceedings of the reunion of the Thirteenth Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers, (); History of the Eleventh New Jersey Volunteers.

Index to New Jersey Volunteers History: Silver Belt Plate, Ensign Justus Earle, 4th Battalion, New Jersey Volunteers: Accession No. Collections of the New Brunswick Museum: The links on this page will take you to various articles, period papers and other records of the New Jersey Volunteers.

The Regiment continued its organization and remained in active service until the expiration of its term of service, when it was ordered to return to New Jersey for discharge. The Regiment was mustered out of service at Beverly, N.

J., Jby Walter B. Pease. There is a book that would contain that information called: History of the Twenty-fourth Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers.

By James J. Reeves. Printed by direction of the Society at their Reunion in Woodbury, N.J., December 13th, 13th Infantry Regiment Civil War Rochester Regiment; Rifle Regiment.

History Mustered in: Mustered out: The following is taken from New York in the War of the Rebellion, 3rd ed. Frederick Phisterer. Albany: J. Lyon Company, Service. The regiment was recruited in May at Camp Perrine, located near the New Jersey State Prison near Trenton.

The regiment was led by Colonel Robert McAllister, who had seen service as lieutenant colonel in the 1st New Jersey Volunteer Infantry. The regiment left New Jersey for Washington on August By mid-September the 11th remain in Washington at half strength due to a Allegiance: Union.

Foundation. The regiment was organized at Camp Stockton in Woodbury, New Jersey, in the summer of in response to President Abraham Lincoln's call for an additionalmen for the Union Army.

After training through the summer, it was officially mustered into the Union Army on September 4, Branch: Union Army. 15th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry, Ringoes. likes. Member unit of the North South Skirmish Association ().Followers:. 12th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry. The 12th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry was mustered into service on September 4, In the spring of it was assigned to the 3rd Division of the 2nd Corps of the Army of the Potomac and was the only New Jersey Regiment in that : 04 Sep, The Ninth New Jersey Volunteer Infantry (also called Jersey Muskrats) was an American Civil War infantry regiment from New Jersey that served from October through July in the Union Army.

The regiment got its nickname, Jersey Muskrats, during the Battle of Roanoke Island when they successfully "sloshed through shoe sucking mud into waist deep water in 'division' formation", giving Branch: Army.13th Regiment, New Jersey Infantry Organized at Camp Frelinghuysen, Newark, New Jersey, and mustered in Aug Mustered out near Washington, D.

C., June 8, 14th Regiment, New Jersey Infantry Organized at Camp Vredenburg near Freehold, New Jersey, and mustered in .