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Seacoast Fortifications - 1906

AreaFortBatteryNamesakeUnit
FORT BALDWIN. MAINE Battery Patrick Cogan 2d Lieutenant Patrick Cogan, 5th Continental Infantry, and quartermaster, 1st New Hamphire Regiment. Continental Army, who died August 21, 1778.
Battery John HardmanCaptain John Hardman, 2d Maryland Regiment, Continental Army, who was wounded and taken prisoner at Camden. South Carolina, and who died while a prisoner of war September 1, 1780.
Battery Joseph HawleyBrevet Major General Joseph R. Hawley, United Slates Volunteers Brigadler General. United States Army), who served with distinction during the civil war. and who died March 18. 1905.
FORT PREBLE, MAINE Battery Constantine ChaseLieutenant Colonel Constantine Chase. Artillery Corps, who served with distinction during the civil war, and who died September 90, 1902.
FORT STRONG, MASSACHUSETTS Battery John Hitchcock Brevet 1st Lieutenant John John Hitchcock, United States Army (2d lieutenant, 18th United States Infantry), who served with distinction during the civil war and who was killed in action at Murfreesboro. Tennessee, December 31, 1862.
FORT REVERE. MASSACHUSETTS Battery Curran PopeColonel Curran Pope, 15th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, who died November 5, 1862. of wounds received in action at Perryville. Kentucky, October 8. 1862.
FORT BANKS, MASSACHUSETTS Battery Sanford KelloggBrevet Colonel Sanford C. Kellogg United States Volunteers (major, 4th United States Cavalry), who served with distinction during the civil war, and who died February 7, 1904.
FORT ANDREWS, MASSACHUSETTS Battery Frank WhitmanMajor Frank H. Whitman. 20th Kansas Volunteer Infantry (captain, 3d United States Infantry), who served with distinction during the war with Spain and the insurrection In the Philippine Islands, and who died August 7. 1904.
FORT ADAMS, RHODE ISLAND Battery Wright EdgertonLieutenant Colonel Wright P. Edgerton, professor. United States Military Academy, who died June 24. 1904.
FORT SCHUYLER, NEW YORK Battery Clough OvertonCaptain Clough Overton, 15th United States Cavalry, who was killed In action at Suclatan, Province of Mistimis, Mindanao. Philippine Islands, May 15. 1903.
FOKT HAMILTON, NEW YORK Battery Abraham JohnstonCaptain Abraham R. Johnston, 1st United States Dragoons, who was killed in action at San Pasqual, California. December 6, 1846.
Battery William Nearyname transferred from present battery of that name at Fort Columbia, Washington.
Battery Samuel SpearBrevet Brigadier General Samuel Perkins Spear, United States Volunteers (colonel, llth Pennsylvania Cavalry), who served with distinction during the civil war, and who died May 4. 1875.
FORT WADSWORTH, NEW YORK Battery Charles MillsBrevet Colonel Charles J. Mills, United States Volunteers (captain, assistant adjutant general, United States Volunteers), who served with distinction during the civil war, and who was killed in action at Hatcher's Run. near Petersburg, Virginia, March 31, 1866.
FORT HANCOCK, NEW JERSEY Batten/ Alexander McCookMajor General Alexander McD. McCook, United States Army, who served with distinction during the civil war, and who died June 12, 1903.
FORT DU PONT, DELAWARE Battery Clermont Best Major Clermont L. Best, Artillery Corps, who served with distinction during the war with Spain, and who died April 14. 1903.
FORT MONROE, VIRGINIA Battery Charles HumphreyLieutenant Colonel Charles Humphrey, Artillery Corps, who served with distinction during the civil war and the war with Spain, and who died March 22, 1906.
Battery Thomas BarberBrieadier General Thomas H. Barber, United States Volunteers, who died March 16th, 1905.
Battery George RugglesBrigadier General George D. Ruggles, Adjutant General. United States Army, who served with distinction dur tue the civil war. and who died October 19, 1904.
FORT MOULTRIE. SOUTH CAROLINA Battery Pierce ButlerColonel Pierce M. Butler, Palmetto Regiment, Soath Carolina Volunteers, who was killed in action at Churubusco, Mexico. August 20, 1847.
Battery Logan
Battery Jasper
Battery Bingham
Battery McCorkle
KEY WEST, FLORIDA Batttry Shadrach InmanCaptain Shadrach Inman, Georgia Militia, Revolutionary war, who was killed in action at Musgrove's Mill. South Carolina, August 18, 1780.
FORT PIO PICO, CALIFORNIA Batttry James MeedCaptain James Meed, 17th United States Infantry, who was killed In action at Frenchtown. Michigan. January 22, 1813.
FORT MILEY, CALIFORNIA Battery Anton SpringerCaptain Anton Springer, 1st United States Infantry, who was killed in action near Lipa, Province of Batangas, Luzon, Philippine Islands, June 10, 1901.
FOKT WINFIELD SCOTT, CALIFORNIA Battery Arthur WagnerColonel Arthur L. Wagner, military secretary. United States Army, who served with distinction during the war with Spain, and who died June 17. 1905.
Battery William McKinnonChaplain William D. McKinnon. 3d United States Cavalry, who served with distinction during the war with Spain and the insurrection in the Philippine Islands, and who died September 25, 1902.
FORT STEVBNS, OREGON Battery Lyman MishlerBrevet Captain Lyman Mishler, United States Army (1st lieutenant. 5th United States Infantry), who was killed In action at Valverde, New Mexico. February 21, 1862.
Battery James PrattBrevet Captain James P. Pratt. United States Army (1st lieutenant, llth United States Infantry), who served with distinction during the civil war, and who was killed in action at Bethesda Church, Virginia, May 29, 1864.
FORT COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON Battery Jules Ord and Battery William Neary are consolidated under the name of Battery Jules Ord.
FORT FLAGLER, WASHINGTON Batttery John RawlinsBrevet Major General John A. Rawlins, United Sta'es Army (brigadier general, chief of staff, United States Army), who served with distinction during the civil war, and who was Secretary of War from March 11, 1869. until his death. September 6, 1869.
Battery Paul RevereBrevet Brigadier General Paul J. Revere, United States Volunteers (Colonel, 20th Massiichusetts Volunteer Infantry), who served with distinction during the Civil War, and who died July 4. 1863, of wounds received in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2. 1863.
FORT CASEY, WASHINGTON Battery Alexander SchenckLieutenant Colonel Alexander D. Schenck, Artillery Corps, who dided September 16, 1905.
Battery William WorthBrigadier General William S. Worth, United Stilles Army, who served with distinction during the civil war and the war with Spain, and who died October 16, 1904.
  • SOURCE: General orders, #20, 25 Jan 1906



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