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The 150th New York Infantry in Howard County

Company D spent several days at Elysville, December, 1862.

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WIKIPEDIA - “Recruiting areas

D Company: Hyde Park, Pine Plains, North East, Poughkeepsie, and Rhinebeck”

“Late in December Stuart's cavalry were raiding In the vicinity of Elysville, twenty miles west of Baltimore. Here was a bridge over the Patapsco River, and the town also possessed a valuable cotton mill. Company D, under Captain Woodin, was sent to protect this property and remained on duty there a few days, experiencing no occurrence worthy of notice. ” - The “Dutchess county regiment” (150th regiment of New York state volunteer infantry) in the Civil War; by Cook, Stephen Guernsey, 1831- ed; Bartlett, Edward Otis, 1835-; Benton, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1841- joint ed

150th_new_york_infantry.txt · Last modified: 2019/07/16 04:58 by admin