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Battles

Gettysburg, July 1, 2, 3, 1863

Vermont units present/engaged:
2nd Inf Regt
3rd Inf Regt
4th Inf Regt
5th Inf Regt
6th Inf Regt
12th Inf Regt
13th Inf Regt
14th Inf Regt
15th Inf Regt
16th Inf Regt
1st & 2nd Sharpshooters
1st Cavalry
 Casualties
Abbott, James H.
Adams, Charles Abraham
Ainsworth, Marcus
Allard, Albert J.
Allard, Chauncey McClure
Allard, Wilman D.
Allen, Henry B.
Allen, Loyal
Andrews, Marcus A.
Angell, Chauncey L.
Archer, Richard C.
Ashley, Joseph
Ashworth, George
Babbitt, Elbridge Harris
Bailey, Joseph W.
Baird, Lester L.
Baker, George S.
Baldwin, Edmund W.
Baldwin, George L.
Baldwin, Moses P.
Ballou, David S.
Ballou, Jerome Eli
Bancroft, John
Barker, Charles A.
Barnes, Albert G.
Barnes, Daniel D.
Barrett, Samuel Jr.
Barrett, William H.
Barry, Thomas
Bassett, Albert Leroy
Beaumont, John
Beeman, Orris Pier
Bemis, Charles C.
Benjamin, Samuel W.
Benjamin, Thomas J.
Bennett, Warren F.
Benson, Homer H.
Bentley, Loomis M.
Bissonette, Theophile
Bixby, Marquis J.
Blaisdell, Horace D.
Blake, Thomas
Blanchard, Asa W.
Blanchard, Winslow L.
Boardman, Joel D.
Bosworth, Julius H.
Bowen, James L.
Brigham, Loren M.
Bronson, Austin S.
Brown, David J.
Brownell, George S.
Brunelle, John
Bryant, Ira S.
Bucklin, George D.
Buffum, Joseph
Bugbee, Alfred S.
Burnham, Lorenzo D.
Burns, Thomas
Butler, Erastus Darwin
Butler, Henry
Butters, James C.
Buxton, Albert
Cairns, William
Calihan, Michael
Carlisle, Henry H.
Carlisle, John
Carpenter, Charles P.
Carr, Ira
Carr, Martin V. B.
Carr, Orson S.
Caswell, James S.
Cataract, Nelson
Chamberlin, Jesse P.
Champlain, Joseph
Chandler, Dana Pitt
Chaplin, Joseph Morris
Chapman, Parker A.
Chase, Albert H.
Cheisen, Peter
Chilson, Lucius H.
Church, William A.
Clapp, Albert S.
Clapp, Palmer
Clark, Myron A.
Cobb, Hollis B.
Collins, Joseph S.
Combs, John
Conant, William D.
Congdon, Henry C.
Cook, James F.
Cook, Lafayette
Cook, Martin J.
Cooper, Abraham H.
Corey, Patrick
Cowley, Charles
Cowley, Frederick
Crosby, William
Curry, John
Cushman, Oliver Tucker
Cutting, George E.
Dachno, Antoine
Dalliston, James W.
Dana, Samuel Jackson
Daniels, Jonathan W.
Davis, Edmund P.
Davis, Hilas D.
Davis, John W.
Densmore, Julius F.
Dickerman, Lyman
Dickinson, Denison M.
Dolph, John
Donahue, Thomas
Doty, Ezra S.
Doubleday, William O.
Dow, Lester K.
Downs, Henry W.
Dudley, Elmer H.
Duncan, George H.
Dutton, Benjamin C.
Dutton, Thomas J.
Dyer, Fayette
Dyer, John
Eames, Ezra Darwin
Earle, Volney N.
Eaton, Eugene E.
Eaton, Henry Augustus
Edgerton, Charles H.
Eggleston, George Dulton
Elliott, John
Ellis, Andrew J.
Emery, Ira Jr.
Everson, George J.
Fairbanks, Charles
Farmer, Edward L.
Fassett, Julius G.
Fish, Samuel A.
Fisk, Gilbert E.
Fletcher, Hazen F.
Flint, Royal Morse
Fobes, Josiah A.
Foss, Francis Henry
Foster, Asa Gilbert
Foster, Willard
Fraser, Henry W.
French, Martin E.
Furlong, Michael
Gardner, Charles S.
Gee, Edward B.
Gee, William H.
Giffin, Richard J.
Gillett, Lucian
Goold, James Andrews
Gorton, George M.
Gould, Franklin
Gould, Major
Grace, James A.
Graves, Morton H.
Gray, Luke B.
Green, William E.
Grow, Milo Walbridge
Guinnette, Adolphus
Hackett, Albert F.
Hall, Parker L.
Halloway, James
Hamilton, William Harrison
Hanley, Gilbert
Hanlin, John H.
Hardy, Henry
Harmon, James C.
Harmon, John Nay
Heath, Henry R.
Hibbard, Ransom S.
Hill, Daniel J.
Hitchcock, Joseph William
Holbrook, Manlius
Holbrook, Pardon D.
Houghton, Henry H.
Howard, Charles H.
Howard, Philip
Howe, Frederick C.
Howe, William J.
Hoyt, Francis B.
Hurlburt, Luther
Jacobs, George A.
Jacobs, Uriah D.
Jangraw, Francis
January, Edward
Johnson, James C.
Johnson, John
Jones, Aaron
Jones, Edwin E.
Joy, John Marshall
Keefe, Timothy
Keith, John C.
Kelley, Lawrence
Kelley, Michael
Kenfield, Frank
Kent, Luther M.
Keyes, Ezra
Keyes, Zeley Jr.
King, Henry E.
Kingsley, Albert T.
Kinsman, George W.
Knapp, Lyman Enos
Knight, Henry W.
Ladd, George
Lake, James M.
Lamb, Zenal Chauncey
Larned, Chester T.
Lavalley, Peter
Lavigne, Joseph
Law, John F.
Lawton, Cyren B.
Leach, William H.
Leavitt, Amos Jr.
Lee, Eugene S.
Lee, George W.
Leonard, John R.
Lincoln, Samuel B.
Lund, Sylvanus
Lyford, Aura
Maloy, Martin
Manley, Lauriston E.
Mann, Jason
Marble, Durham A.
Marcell, Octave
March, William J.
Marnes, Andrew
Martin, Henry H.
Martin, James L.
Martin, John S.
Martin, Joseph M.
Mason, William P. Jr.
Mather, Emmet
Matteson, Charles
Matthews, Byron D.
Maxham, William Ransom
May, Sidney L.
McEnerny, Michael
McIntire, John
McMahon, James
Mead, Charles E.
Melainiff, Keiron
Merling, George
Miles, Henry A.
Miles, Otis G.
Miller, Thomas J.
Miner, Lorenzo D.
Miner, Thomas
Monday, James
Moody, Marcus A.
Moore, Alfred T.
Morgan, Lensey R.
Moriarty, Bartholomew
Moriarty, Joseph E.
Morse, Charles Jr.
Morse, Frederick N.
Moylan, Michael
Munson, William Day
Munson, William H.
Newcity, Jude
Niles, George Washington
Norris, Nathaniel Mahlon
Noyes, Albert
Nye, Alanson
O'Neil, Edmund
Ober, Joseph R.
Oglesby, Henry
Olmsted, Walter H.
Osgood, Andrew E.
Packard, Francis A. R.
Paige, Henry M.
Parizo, Oliver
Parker, Dexter F.
Parks, Alden W.
Parsons, Henry Chester
Perkins, James D.
Perry, Hiram Riley
Phillips, Alvah C.
Pierce, John W.
Pierce, Willard M.
Pike, Amos W.
Powers, Chester
Powers, Jeffrey
Pratt, Samuel
Ranney, Walter Warren
Reay, William
Reed, Alfred
Rhoades, Sumner M.
Rice, Azro A.
Rice, Orrin
Rice, Samuel B.
Richardson, Elijah H.
Richardson, John W.
Rogers, Dyer
Rogers, William H.
Rollins, Ledrue M.
Roque, William
Roseboom, Garrett L.
Ross, Alexander W.
Ross, Charles W.
Rowell, Abram
Russ, Henry J.
Russell, Henry C.
Sanborn, Seth C.
Sanderson, Abner Everts
Schrader, Henry
Scullin, Myron Patrick
Seaver, Calvin E.
Seeley, Lyman J.
Shanahan, John
Sheldon, Merritt A.
Sheridan, Thomas
Sherman, Nathan P.
Sibley, Torrey W.
Simmons, Joseph
Sinnott, John T.
Smith, Frank W.
Smith, Gilbert O.
Smith, Henry H.
Smith, Joel J.
Smith, John
Snell, Thomas T.
Snow, Carlos E.
Snow, Willard C.
Southard, Sidney M.
Spaulding, Joel R.
Sperry, Ira E.
Spooner, Henry H.
Spoor, William O.
Spring, Henry C.
Stannard, George Jerrison
Stearns, Adelbert J.
Stearns, LeRoy N.
Stedman, Daniel Bissell
Stenior, Henry
Stevens, Charles P.
Stimson, William W.
Stoddard, Dorric Smith
Stoddard, Lathrop Thompson
Stone, Edward
Stone, James H.
Stone, Merritt H.
Sturtevant, Wesley C.
Sulham, John
Sutherland, Joseph L.
Sweat, Elisha F.
Sweet, Abijah
Sweet, William F.
Sykes, Dwight
Tague, John
Tarbell, Charles J.
Tarbell, James
Tarbell, Rensselaer H.
Tatro, Edward
Thomas, John C.
Thompson, Albin Laroy
Thompson, Leander D.
Thompson, Rufus D.
Thompson, Silas A.
Thurber, Emerson Henry
Thurston, Chauncey C.
Tifft, James
Titus, Isaac O.
Tomlinson, Harry
Trudell, Eli
Tyler, Hiram
Tyrell, William M.
Ufford, Samuel
Van Guilder, Wallace V.
Vanderlip, John M.
Vaughan, Henry H.
Vaughn, John
Wakefield, Henry
Waldo, George Washington
Walker, Albert A.
Walker, Wesley W.
Walker, William D.
Wallace, Joseph W.
Ward, Tertullus C.
Warner, William W.
Warren, Daniel Dart
Watson, Charles A.
Wellman, Austin B.
Wells, Sanford O.
White, Bartlett E.
White, Henry C.
White, Lishur G.
White, Pliny F.
White, Stillman C.
Whitney, Charles W.
Wilder, Andrew Franklin
Williams, Merritt Bates
Willis, Monroe C.
Wilson, Freeman
Wilson, James H.
Winship, Sylvanus A.
Wolcott, Edgar J.
Wood, Leman E.
Woodruff, William R.
Woolcutt, Ahial C.
Worthen, Henry M.
Worthen, Phineas
Wright, Benjamin N.
Wright, Guy N.
Wright, John M.
Yattaw, Christopher C.
Young, Loren W.
 Medal of Honor

Benedict, George G., biography

Lonergan, John, biography

Sherman, Marshal, biography

 Readings

"The March To Gettysburg

13th Vermont, Company A

A Southern Perspective

Allen, Joseph W., Gettysburg and Beyond.

Allen, Joseph W., Who Stole My Fence Post?

Baldwin, Melvin R., biography

Benedict, Chapter 15

Benedict, Chapter 26

Benedict, Chapter 30

Benedict, George G., biography

Day, Hezron, memoir of Gettysburg

Gettysburg

Gettysburg, "1st Shot"

Gettysburg, 1st VT CAV

Gettysburg, 50th Anniversary

Gettysburg, Cos. E&H, 2nd US Sharpshooters

Gettysburg, State Monument Restoration, 2011-2012

Giddings, Silas, Reminicense, biography

Jones, Marcellus E., biography

Keyes, Elmer, biography/correspondence

Lyford, Aura, biography

Pickett's Charge

Traynor, Thomas, biography

Vermont Day at Gettysburg, 1889

Wills, Davis, Gettysburg Agent, Report of 11 Aug 63 - AG63

Wilson, James H., correspondence

 Links

Arms, Robert B., Collection, Gettysburg College

Army Life in Virginia, Letters from theTwelfth Vermont Regiment

Currier, John M., Memorial Exercises Held in Castleton, Vermont, in the Year 1885

Gettysburg Discussion Group

Gettysburg photos (Andy Ward)

Gettysburg's First Shot

Gettysburg, 1st Cavalry

Gettysburg, Major Wells

Jones, Marcellus, 8th IL CAV, fires 1st shot at Gettysburg

Wells, William, dedication of statue at Gettysburg

Vermont Day at Gettysburg, 1889.

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Bauer, Daniel. "They Also Serve Who Only March, and March: The Veteran VI Corps Fights With Its Feet First." CW XVII: pp. 23-28. Per. (March from Manchester, MD, to Gettysburg).

Benedict, George Grenville. Vermont at Gettysburg: A Sketch of the Part Taken by Vermont Troops in the Battle of Gettysburg. Burlington: Free Press, 1870.

Benedict, George Grenville. The battle of Gettysburgh, and the part taken therein by Vermont troops. Burlington, Free Press Print, 1867.

Buchanan, Charles J. Oration of Charles J. Buchanan at the Dedication of the Monument to the First Regiment of United States Sharpshooters at Gettysburg, July 2, 1889. Ann Arbor, MI: Univ Microfilms, l969. 37 p. Reprint of l889 ed.

Buono, Anthony. "The first Vermonter to enlist in the war, Union General George Stannard helped turn the tide at Gettysburg." America's Civil War. 9 (July 1996), pp. 10-20.

Busey, John W. These Honored Dead: The Union Casualties at Gettysburg. Hightstown, NJ; Longstreet House, 1996.

Cheney, Thomas C. Vermont at Gettysburg, July 1863 and 50 Years Later. Rutland, Vt.: Marble City Press, 1914.

Cheney, Thomas C., and Frank Kenfield. Vermont at Gettysburg: July 1863 and Fifty Years Later. Ann Arbor, MI: Univ Microfilms, 1971. 53 p. Reprint of 1914 ed.

Day, Hezron, Correspondence. Private collection of Linda M. Welch

Dickson, Christopher C. Col. Francis Voltaire Randall and the 13th Vermont Infantry. The Gettysburg Magazine. Dayton, Ohio: Morningside House, Inc. No. 17, July 1997.

Dickson, Christopher C. The Flying Brigade: Brig. Gen. George Stannard and the Road to Gettysburg. The Gettysburg Magazine. Dayton, Ohio: Morningside House, Inc. No. 16, January 1997.

Dillingham, Paul. "Report On the National Cemetery at Gettysburg," State of Vermont Legislative Document No. 1., Message and Documents, 1864, containing the Governor's Message to the General Assembly of Vermont, October Session, 1864 and appended reports. Montpelier: Walton's Steam Press.

Folsom, William R. "Vermont at Gettysburg." Vermont Quarterly , New Ser., 20 (July 1952), pp. 161-179.

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Gettysburg National Military Park Library. Vertical Files; 16th Vermont Infantry Regiment.

Gettysburg National Military Park Library. Vertical Files; 2nd Vermont Infantry Regiment.

Gettysburg National Military Park Library. Vertical Files; Participant Accounts: Sedgwick, John.

Gettysburg National Military Park Library. Vertical Files; Participant Accounts: Wells, William.

Gettysburg National Military Park Library. Vertical Files; Vermont Troops: General Information.

Hartwig, D. Scott and Ann Marie Hartwig. Gettysburg: The Complete Pictorial of Battlefield Monuments. Gettysburg: Thomas Publications, 1995.

Hutchinson, Matthew W. "To Gettysbug and Beyond: A Vermont Captain's Letters to His Wife. Gettysburg Magazine, 2001 No. 25.

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Longacre, Edward G. The Cavalry at Gettysburg. Lincoln NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1986.

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Unknown. Programme of the public exercises upon the occassion of the dedication of the Vermont monuments, at Gettysburg, Pa., October 9th, 1889. Burlington, Vt.: Free Press Association, 1889.

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Vermont Adjutant General's Office. Gettysburg celebration bulletins, describing the arrangements for a special train from Vermont to Gettysburg, Pa., for the 50th reunion of Battle of Gettysburg veterans, 1913.

Vermont Commissioners. Report [Concerning Vermont Monuments at Gettysburg] of the Vermont Commissioners, 1890, Including the Speeches and Poem at the Dedication, Oct. 9, 1889. Burlington, Vt.: The Free Press Association, 1890.

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Ward, Eric. "A Vermonter's Letter from Gettysburg." America's Civil War. January 2002. pp 42-47.

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