CT AG 64-65: Report of Colonel James Hubbard, 2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery, of operations February 6, 1865

   

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Report of Colonel James Hubbard, 2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery, of operations February 6, 18651

HEAD-QUARTERS 2D C. V. A.,
Near Warren’s Station, Va, Feb. 13, 1865.

SIR: I have the honor to state that this Regiment participated in an engagement with the enemy on the 6th of February, 1865, near Hatcher’s Run, about ten miles south of Petersburg, Va. The Regiment was moved forward to check the advance of the enemy on the left of the 5th Army Corps, and succeeded in achieving the desired result, the enemy retiring before our fire.

The following is a list of the casualties in this regiment:

WOUNDED.

COMPANY C.

Privates, Charles G. Wheeler,—in arm and breast.
Orange S. Brown,-finger amputated.

COMPANY E.

Privates, Charles E. Walsh,–side.
Peter Larive,–finger amputated.

COMPANY L.

Private, Jesse Cady,–both thighs.

COMPANY M.

Corporal, Starr L. Booth,–leg.

M I S S I N G .

COMPANY I.
Private, Timothy Walsh.

Very respectfully,
Your Ob’d’t Servant,

JAMES HUBBARD,
Colonel 2d C[onnecticut]. V[olunteer]. [Heavy] A[rtillery]., Commanding.

ADJUTANT-GENERAL of CONNECTICUT,
Hartford, Conn.

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