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The Maryland Line in the Confederate Army. 1861-1865 by W. W. Goldsborough
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About this time Johnston's battalion was ordered to North Carolina. Ritter's
battery was transferred to Cobb's battalion, and on the 2nd of February ordered to
Mobile, Alabama. The city was reached on the 5th, and on the loth Ritter's and
Phillip's companies took charge of Battery D, three miles from town. The D
Battery contained seven guns — two twelve-pound siege-pieces, four thirty-two
pound navy guns, and one army gun of the same calibre. Ritter was in command.

On the night of April 11, 1865, Mobile was evacuated and the troops were
conveyed on transports to Demopolis, Alabama; thence to Meridian, Mississippi,
on the cars, where, on the 4th of May, General Dick Taylor surrendered to
General Canby. On the loth the Third Maryland Artillery was paroled.

ROSTER OF THE THIRD MARYLAND ARTILLERY.

HENRY B. LATROBE, Captain.

* JOSEPH EDGAR, Corporal.

*FERD. O. CLAIBORNE, Captain.

*M. H. O'CONNELL, Corporal.

*JOHN B. ROWAN, Captain.

W. H. ERWIN, Corporal.

tWILLIAM L. RITTER, Captain.

GEORGE W. HANCOCK, Corporal.

*WILLIAM THOMPSON PATTEN, Lieutenant.

*THOMAS H. JONES, Corporal.

HOLMES ERWIN, Lieutenant.

JOHN C. PENDLEY, Corporal.

THOMAS D. GILES, Lieutenant.

VIRGIL P. HERRON, Corporal.

J. W. DONCASTER, Lieutenant.

WILLIAM T. SYKES, Corporal

THOMAS J. ROGERS, Assistant Surgeon.

tWILLIAM PIRKLE, Corporal.

RUFUS McCEENY, First Sergeant.

tA. G. Cox, Corporal.

ALBERT T. EMORY, Quartermaster.

SOLOMON HYLTON, Corporal.

JAMES M. BUCHANAN, JR., Sergeant.

WILLIAM BUCKNER, Corporal.

JOHN P. HOOPER, Sergeant.

JOHN LIGHT, Corporal.

* EDWARD H. LANGLEY, Sergeant.

tBALDWIN BRADFORD, Corporal.

JOSEPH LACKEY, Sergeant.

*B. SANCHEZ, Corporal.

t L. W. FRAZIER, Sergeant.

M. L. WELSH, Corporal.

J. W. SMITH, Sergeant.

JACKSON SIMMONS, Corporal.

WILLIAM FLEMING, Sergeant.

S. R. SHEPPARD, Corporal.

tDANIEL TOOMEY, Sergeant.

FREDERICK GEIGER, Bugler.

EDWARD WYNN, Sergeant.

'*NICHOLAS POWERS, Blacksmith.

f A. J. DAVIS, Sergeant.

PATRICK McCANN, Artificer.

BENJAMIN F. WEAVER, Corporal.

JOSEPH G. FLETCHER, Artificer.

S. G. W. GERDING, Corporal.

*W. B. P. MILLS, Farrier.

•Killed, t Wounded.

 


 

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