39th infantry regiment roster

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Kendrick, William, Private Company I, transferred to Company G Vanover, Henry, Private Company B Cassell, Joshua Z., Private Company E Hill, William E., Private Company A March 26, 1865 Martin, Wyatt, Private Company F Howard, Irvin, Private Company F Coleman, Matthew, Private Company D, died June 2, 1863, at Ashland, KY Colonel Flint was killed six weeks after the regiment entered combat. Powers, John W., Private Company E, died May 28, 1863, at Ashland, Hatfield, George Jr., Private Company E, died April 8, 1863, at Louisa, Roberts, Richard, Private Company I, died date and place unknown Jones, Jesse, Private Company H Clevinger, Silas, Private Company D KY Bowen, Henry, Private Company G Blackburn, Nathaniel, Private Company D Kilgore, Ellington, 1st Lieutenant Company B Powers, Reuben H., Private Company B Slaughter, Nathaniel Mateson Eddington (Captain) – Company A, 39th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry. Campbell, James M., Private Company D, died May 9, 1863, at Louisa, Mead, Charles, Private Company G KY Damron, Lewis P., Sergeant Company K, killed in action, 21 Aug. 1863, KY Adkins, George A., Private Company C "[3] On 31 July 1943, while temporarily attached to the 1st Infantry Division), the 39th suffered its first serious reverse at the battle of Troina, when entrenched and heavily armed German forces repelled an assault by the 39th Infantry Regiment with heavy casualties. Ferguson, Stephen M., Lt. The casualties suffered by a typical American infantry regiment serving in World War II were horrendous. Lemastis, Ela, Private Company G Wherley, Harvey, Wagoner Company K McKinsey, Hiram, Private Company B Gray, Issac E., Captain Company D, promoted to Captain May 6, 1865 23, 1863 Wolford, George, Private Company D The boar's head on the canton is taken from the crest of the 30th Infantry Regiment and indicates the 39th was organized with personnel from the 30th Infantry Regiment. Dotson, William R., Private Company H Parks, James, Private Company K, deserted Blankenship, Bird, Private Company H Spears, Thomas J., Private Company A, died Aug. 26th, 1864, at Mt. Baker, Thomas V., Private Company D Daniels, David, Private Company H, died Aug. 7, 1864, at Mt. Flemmon Clay, Private Company G, died 28 May 1863, at Louisa, KY Ward, Adam, Private Company A KY It also received two French Croix de Guerre with Palm, the French Fourragère, and three Presidential Unit Citations. Yates, Howard, Private Company D Begley, Hiram K., Corporal Company F Powers, Jonas, Private Company E KY ThomasO.Osborn Orriuli.Mann, HomerA.Plimpton.., Majors. Miller, Samuel, Private Company K, deserted Davis, Samuel B., Private Company G Daniels, George, Private Company G Sword, John W., Corporal Company K, died 21 Dec. 1864, at Ashland, Dec. 1864, at Lexington, KY Stiltner, Fredrick, Private Company I Henderman, Leo, Private Company E Workman Daniel, Corporal Company I Stapleton, John, Private Company G, died 15 April 1863, in Johnson 39th Infantry Regiment was organized at Jackson, Mississippi, during the late spring of 1862. Slone, Morgan, Private Company I, deserted Alley, James Piper., Sergeant Company K May, William J., Private Company E, deserted Adkins, Owen, Private Company I The 39th Kentucky Infantry was organized at Peach Orchard in Lawrence County, Kentucky on November 18, 1862. Slaughter, George Lafayette (Sergeant) – Company F, 39th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry, North Carolina Troops. Rosters of the New York Infantry Regiments during the Civil War. Kilgore, William C., 1st Sergeant Company B, discharged Rice, James M., 1st Lieutenant Company G Webb, Richard, Private Company F Prater, John, Private Company D returned April 30, 1863 Spencer, Andrew J., Private Company I Justice, James C., Private Company D, discharged Feb. 15, 1864, at of small-pox Blair, Isaiah , Private Company B Helton, Charles, 2nd Lt Company I, dropped from the rolls by General Cook, John H., Corporal Company H Lake, James J., Wagoner Company E Blankenship, F. M., Private Company H Webb, Joseph M., Sergeant Company F Crum, Adam, Private Company G Martin, Simpson, Private Company F In the 1866 reorganization of the Regular Army after the American Civil War, Congress authorized a 39th Infantry Regiment, one of four so-called "Colored Troops" regiments with African-American enlisted men and white officers. Davis, Henry, Sr., Private Company I, died Jan. 9, 1865, at Camp Nelson, Wells, Hiram, Private Company A Ray, Jackson, Private Company K 39th Infantry Regiment was formed in May, 1862, at Opelika, Alabama. Patton, John R., Private Company F Watkins, Wilson, Private Company G, deserted King, Lewis, Private Company H, discharged Nov. 21, 1864, at Louisa, About twenty-five percent of this unit was sick in June, and there were 29 officers and 541 men present for duty in July. Handshoe, Adam, Private Company F, deserted Kidd, James L., Private Company G Haws, Allen P., Captain Company G Gibson, Riley, Private Company F, deserted White, James, Private Company I, died Jan. 1, 1863, at Peach Orchard, KY Slone, Jarrett, Private Company D, died April 10, 1863, at Ashland, Roberson, William J., Private Company A ... United States Army 39th Infantry Muster Roll. The regiment took great pride in the AAA-O slogan, displaying it on their helmets and vehicles, even in combat. Mulluns, Jefferson, Private Company C Davis, Apperson, Private Company G Steamburger, J. R., Private Company G Kirk, Joseph M., Captain Company I, dismissed from the service March Bailey, James C., Private Company K KY, of small-pox prison, GA England, George W., Private Company B Coleman, Daniel, Private Company H Jacobs, Leonard, Private Company F Austin, Thomas, Private Company B Meade, Lorenzo D., Private Company A King, John, Private Company E Redaford, Elliott, Private Company G, deserted Blackburn, Thomas, Private Company E Coburn, George, Private Company F, deserted Walters, Wilburn Corporal Company C Phillips, James H., Assistant Surgeon Justice, William, Private Company C, Kazee, Jeremiah, Private Company G Burriss, James, Private Company E Gunnels, George, Private Company G Conway, William, Private Company E, deserted Ward, Nathaniel, Private Company E The two trees represent the Groves of Cresnes, the site of the regiment's first military success in France during World War I. Gibson, George C., Private Company B, died April 20th, 1863, at Ashland, 39th Infantry Regiment Civil War Garibaldi Guard; Italian Legion; Netherland Legion; Polish Legion; Hungarian Regiment; First Foreign Rifles. Messer, Jacob, Private Company I Hatfield, Jeremiah, Private Company H trans. Tipton, Jacob, Private Company K, died 11 Feb. 1865, at Ashland, KY Romans, William E., Private Company E, deserted The regiment joined the 47th Infantry Regiment in capturing Roetgen, the first German town to fall in World War II. Jones, John, Private Company C The regiment was attached to District of Eastern Kentucky, Department of the Ohio, to June 1863. Swim, Charles D., Private Company C Return to Rosters Index Page Horn, Jesse, Private Company K, died 20 Feb. 1864, at Louisa, KY Fields, John, Private Company C, died April 18th, 1863, at Louisa, Childers, Alexander, Private Company I 1, 1863 Osborn, David, Private Company F Williamson, John E., Private Company E Cavalry (CSA) May, Henderson, Private Company I Duty, Russell, Private Company D, died July 3, 1865, at Louisa, KY Bennett, John, Private Company K, deserted Pitts, Alfred, Private Company F, deserted Reed, Amos, Private Company E, died June 2, 1864, at Louisa, KY Welch, Peter S., Private Company A Dingus, David C., Private Company F, died Aug. 13, 1864, at Mt. 5th Colored Cavalry Haws, Samuel, Corporal Company A Grant, John , Private Company B Frily, William, Private Company C Hicks, Harrison, Private Company F Herndon, Moses, Private Company A KY, of wounds Hamilton, Craig, Private Company B Estep, George S., Private Company H Origin and World War I: The 39th Infantry Regiment was activated on June 1st, 1917, at Camp Syracuse in New York. Hall, Harmon, Private Company G KY Payne, David L., Private Company I Vandever, Nicholas T., Private Company I On July 18th, 1918, the 39th Infantry Regiment participated with the American Expeditionary Force and joined battle for the first time during World War I in the now famous “Aisne-Marne Offensive” which was destined to swing the fortunes of war in favor of the Allies. 1st Brigade, 4th Division, XXIII Corps, Department of the Ohio, to August 1863. Harrison, William, Private Company E Carter, Henry S., Private Company H 13th Ky Cavalry (CSA. KY McGuire, William, Corporal Company C, captured Dec. 4, 1862; released Newsome, David, Private Company K Bentley, John Q., Private Company K Newsome, Robert, Private Company K Ford, James, Private Company B, died April 26th, 1863, at Louisa, KY Layne, John, Private Company H Payne, William, Private Company I Smallwood, John, Private Company D Perkins, George, Private Company G Porter, Lorenzo D., Corporal Company D Ray, Joseph, Private Company C Adington, George H., Private Company F Norman, William, Private Company H account of disability of Kentucky: 1861-1866. to QM Sgt., Oct. 1st, 1863, prom. Prater, Ezekial, Private Company F Rogers, John, Private Company K Hatfield, John F., Private Company H, captured Jan. 9, 1864, and supposed Justice, William , Private Company B, discharged KY There was a 39th United States Infantry raised in Tennessee for service in the War of 1812. Creek, Floyd Co., KY Kile, Robert, Private Company F Bogar, John G., Corporal Company C Akers, William, Private Company A Francis, Elijah, Private Company C, deserted May 10, 1865, at Paintsville, Christian, Daniel, Corporal Company I, discharged June 2, 1864, at Bailey, Calvin, Private Company K, deserted KY Jesse, Noah K., Private Company G Thomas, James, Private Company G Bond, Van H. 39th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division 487. Williamson, Benjamin, 1st Sgt. Sgt., Aug 21, 1863 Blevins, James P., Private Company E Fletcher, Joseph, Sergeant Company C, discharged May 18, 1865, at Lexington, Hagerman, John, Private Company I Auxier, John B., Major Company A, promoted Dec. 22nd, 1863, resigned in Carter County, KY Smith, William, Sergeant Company C, died Aug. 3, 1863, at Ashland, KY Akers, Andrew J., 1st Sergeant Company B Anderson, Miles J., Corporal Company C, deserted August 12, 1864, at Daniels, John, Private Company G Nelson, Jacob, Private Company F Owens, Reace, Private Company K, deserted, Pack, George W., Private Company G Wolford, Fredrick, Private Company I Company E About twenty-five percent of this unit was sick in June, and there were 29 officers and 541 men present for duty in July. THIRTY-NINTHINFANTRYREGIMENT. Sparks, Reuben, Private Company A, died April 1863, at Louisa, KY Murphy, James C., Private Company A Collins, Simon, Private Company F Price, Thomas, Private Company E, deserted Hall, Henderson, Private Company B [4] The battalions conduct Basic Combat Training, and are part of the 165th Infantry Brigade at Fort Jackson, organized with a headquarters company and six line (training) companies, designated A through E. For its part in World Wars I, II and the Vietnam War, the 39th Infantry Regiment possesses 21 battle streamers. Davis, John, Private Company I Mead, James M., Private Company C Allen, Samuel D., Private Company F, deserted Ely Parker's List of Oneida Indian Volunteers - War of 1812. Craft, Tillman, Private Company G Ross, James, Private Company C, deserted August 12, 1864, at Louisa, Johnson, Cornelius, Sergeant Company C McCowen, James, Private Company K Compton, John W., Sergeant Company B Hicks, Jesse, Private Company F Hayton, Moses, Private Company D Following reactivation and transfer to the Training and Doctrine Command, the 2d and 4th Battalions - IET, BCT -, 39th Infantry Regiment departed Fort Dix, New Jersey for Fort Jackson, South Carolina, arriving on 22 August 1990. Nickels, John, Private Company C Crum, Pleasant, Musician Company H Pack, Leander J., Private Company I Damron, Spurlock, Private Company K Justice, Edmund, Private Company F Luster, Rainey, Private Company H, died May 20, 1865, at Andersonville, Nelson, Israel, Private Company E Prater, Wiley G., Private Company F Mainard, Thomas, Private Company D Mainard, Amos, Private Company C Osborn, Sherwood, Private Company K Meade, Mc., Private Company K, deserted Thornbury, Lewis, Private Company D, transferred Aug. 24, 1864, to The 39th Infantry Regiment was organized at Camp Syracuse, New York on 1 June 1917 by transfer of veteran troops from the 30th Infantry Regiment. Ray, Reuben, Private Company K William H., Private Company K Pinson, Thomas, Sgt. (CSA) Miller, James A, Private Company C Hurley, John W., Private Company H Mullins, James, Private Company C Gibson, William, Private Company F KY Maynard, James, Private Company K, deserted KY, on account of disability England, Solomon, Private Company B Stratton, Alexander, Private Company C Burgess, George T., Private Company G Adkins, James D., Private Company D Davis, Adam, Private Company I, captured and killed January 1, 1863 KY, of fever, buried at Lexington National Cemetery, grave #759 Thacker, Thomas, Private Company I, deserted Covington, KY GA of scurvy Hall, Isham, Private Company I, discharged Feb. 15, 1864, at Louisa, Raynes, John, Private Company H, deserted Culbertson, Joseph, Sergeant Company F Kidd, James L., Private Company C Patton, Harvey, Private Company F Clear, Henry H., Private Company K Conner, Eli, Corporal Company G Peterson, Allen, Private Company K, deserted Taylor, William P., 1st Sgt. of enlistment Goodman, William K., Private Company K, deserted Skeans, Henry, Private Company A Brown, Henry R., Captain Company A ThreeYears'Service. KY Bandy, Guy, Private Company I Patton, David, Private Company K, deserted Ratliff, John, Jr., Private Co. D, previously served in Co. D, 10th Sipples, Leroy B., Private Company I, died June 1863 at Ashland, KY McCown, Thomas, Sergeant Company D Caudill, Thomas, Private Company E Sterling, Price, John W., Private Company D, captured July 2, 1863, died at Salisbury, Sanson, Thomas B., Corporal Company G White, P., Private Company I died Dec. 25, 1862, at Peach Orchard, Alley, Abijah D., Corporal Company K Music, Michael, Private Company A Stump, Henry, Private Company I, died March 24, 1865, at Ashland, KY Louisa, KY, on account of disability Blankenship, Isam, Private Company K, died 21 March 1863, at Louisa, Ratliff, William, Private Company F, died May 1, 1863, at Ashland, Sick, George W., Private Company D Reed, Paris L., 2d Lt. 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