60th New York Infantry"Ogdensburg, First St. Lawrence Regiment"
Organized: Ogdensburg, NY; mustered in 10/30/1861
Disbanded/Mustered out: Alexandria, VA 7/17/1865
|Commanding Officer: |
LCol. Charles R. Brundage
|Statistics for Maryland Campaign|
Initial Strength: not known
Killed in Action (KIA): 4
Wounded (WIA): 18
Maps Showing this Unit:
Detail Map #3: Mansfield's XII Corps Attacks Into the Cornfield
Detail Map #5: Sedgwick is Flanked in the West Woods
Battlefield Tablets for this Unit:
Tablet #120: Army of the Potomac - 17 Sep, 5 AM to 17 Sep, 12 PM
Tablet #114: Goodrich's Brigade, Greene's Division - 17 Sep, 6 AM to 17 Sep, 10 AM
Tablet #27: Twelfth Army Corps - 17 Sep, 6 AM to 17 Sep, 12 PM
Tablet #113: Goodrich's Brigade, Greene's Division - 17 Sep, 6 AM to 17 Sep, 9 AM
Tablet #20: Goodrich's Brigade, Greene's Division - 17 Sep, 6 AM to 17 Sep, 9 AM
This Regiment's Chain of Command:
Army - Army of the Potomac
Corps - Twelfth (XII) Army Corps
Division - 2nd Division, XII Corps
Brigade - 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division, XII Corps
History of the Unit:
Organized in late summer 1861 by Colonel Brundage of the 33rd NY State Militia Regiment, their first commander was Colonel William B. Hayward.
In the Antietam Campaign:
Part of General Greene's Division, they fought their way from the East Woods to the West in the vicinity of the Dunkard Church before being forced to withdraw late in the afternoon of 17 September.
References, Sources, and other Notes:
Source: New York in the War of the Rebellion, 3rd ed. Frederick Phisterer. Albany: J. B. Lyon Company, 1912 online from the NY State Military Museum.
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