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Colonel Edward E Cross 5th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry

Colonel Edward E Cross 5th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry

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Colonel Edward E. Cross, 5th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry, killed at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863

Edward E. Cross was born into a military family in the town of Lancaster, Coos County, New Hampshire, the son of Ephraim E. & Abigail C. (Everett) Cross.

John E. Robinson (Commanded a division at Gettysburg), ca.

Edward E. Cross, three-quarters length portrait, seated in chair, facing

Hand-colored tintype portrait of an unidentified Union soldier who served with the Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment posing with a Lorenz rifle during ...

David F. Page of Atkinson CO B 20TH MAINE INFANTRY

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Union General Daniel Sickles and Staff (1863)

Colonel Edward E. Cross, New Hampshire Fighting Fifth: A Civil War Biography: Robert Grandchamp: 9780786471911: Amazon.com: Books

His portrait hangs in the State House, where members of the nation's largest state legislature and their staffers see it every day the Legislature is in ...

CDV of Colonel Edward L. Bailey, 2nd N.H., WIA, (2004,

Edward L. Bailey, the 2nd's "boy colonel" at Gettysburg.

Francis W. Butler of the 5th New Hampshire Volunteers, winter 1861-62

Edward E. Sturtevant was killed at Fredericksburg.

Edward E. Sturtevant

Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with Company E, 12th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers hat

Simon G, Griffin, a native of Nelson, N.H., was a 36-year-old Concord lawyer when the war began. He served as a captain in the 2nd New

Charles Edward Hapgood

[Pvt. Edward H. Clark of Company G, 12th New Hampshire Volunteers]

Colonel Edward E. Cross, New Hampshire Fighting Fifth: A Civil War Biography: Robert Grandchamp: 9780786471911: Amazon.com: Books

Stand Firm and Fire Low: The Civil War Writings of Colonel Edward E. Cross: Walter Holden, William E. Ross, Elizabeth Slomba, Mike Pride, Mark Travis: ...

Home of Edward E. Cross in Lancaster NH from "History of Lancaster ...

Houston of Plymouth, N.H., was quartermaster of the 6th.

Captain Richard R. David, 39, of Wolfeborough

Colonel Edward Cross State House Portrait

... after Colonel George Sykes, 20th U.S. Infantry and later designated Fort Cross after Colonel Edward E. Cross, 5th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry, ...

[Lorenzo Hawkins of Company I, 12th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers] (LOC)

[Unidentified young soldier in New Hampshire Infantry uniform and Whipple hat with bayoneted musket] (LOC)

Annual Marine ...

Photograph taken in 1862 at the summit of Mount Washington (NH) including Col.

Veterans and family members at the 5th New Hampshire monument dedication on July 2, 1886. Seated on the boulder with his feet on the ground is Elias T. ...

[Corporal Alvin B. Williams of Company F, 11th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers,

Reproduced Steve Hill National Flag of the 5th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry. It is all silk with hand- painted stars and text.

The 5th New Hampshire Volunteers, Co. A, 1st Division, Second Corps, with support from the

Charles Hale (bottom center) had served in the 5th New Hampshire and was a protege of Col. Edward E. Cross, the regiment's commander.

5th New Hampshire Gettysburg Monument-Edward-Cross

[Unidentified soldier in Union corporal's uniform holding Company B, New Hampshire Volunteers kepi] (LOC)

Grave of E.E. Cross in Lancaster NH, from "History of Lancaster ...

Editor's note: The 150th anniversary of the Battle of Antietam, the day more Americans were killed in a single day of battle than at any other time in ...

My Brave Boys: To War with Colonel Cross and the Fighting Fifth

Colonel James E. Mallon (Library of Congress)

Colonel Phineas P Bixby - Commander of the 6th New Hampshire Volunteers

5th New Hampshire Gettysburg Monument

5th New Hampshire Gettysburg Monument

Col. Mason Weare Tappan

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Confederate Correspondent: The Civil War Reports of Jacob Nathaniel Raymer, Fourth North Carolina

Charles D. Poston. Edward Cross

New Hampshire WWI Military: Heroes of Merrimack

Charles E. Hapgood (on left) at Gettysburg, Pa. battlefield, 1886 for … more

Sutton, New Hampshire November 2008

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Edward E. Sturtevant. Backmark

Three Brothers in Co. A, 12th New Hampshire Infantry

Grapevine bridge built by the 5th New Hampshire Infantry under Col Edward E Cross Chickahominy Creek

George P. Bissell

5th New Hampshire Gettysburg Monument

Cross returned to command the NH 5th Volunteer Regiment during the Battle of Gettysburg where he was mortally wounded on July 2, 1863.

A History of the Fifth Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteers, in the American Civil War

SAMUEL KIMBALL ELLIS

COLONEL EDWARD CROSS (CWL)

5th New Hampshire Gettysburg Monument

The 5th New Hampshire monument in Rose's Woods rests on the spot where Col Edward E. Cross was standing when he was shot on July 2. He was ordering

Harriet Patience Dame - Official portrait in the New Hampshire State House

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Photo by Jim Blake

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Pvt Herman S. Webber (1840-1862) Co. B, 3rd Maine

Col. William Preston Wooten. He is buried in Arlington Cemetery.

James Madison Robertson - Captain James M Robertson, 1862. Photo by James F.

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Daniel Clark (New Hampshire politician) - Image: Daniel Clark 1809 1891 Brady Handy

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Private, 8th Regiment, New York State Militia, Companies E and G. Van Raden was born in New York City.

Luther F. McKinney - Image: Luther F. Mc Kinney (New Hampshire Congressman

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Cavalry Fight at the Battle of Gettysburg

Simon Goodell Griffin - Brig. Gen. Simon Goodell Griffin

Tablet 6 from the monument to the 5th New Hampshire Infantry at Gettysburg

District of Columbia Militia. Colonel ...

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Battle of Fair Oaks

Cyrus W. Straw and 1st Lt. Alonzo E. Bennett respectively. Notice Bennett's empty left coat sleeve; he lost his arm due to a wound received at ...

Nathaniel McLean

New Hampshire's "Fighting Fifth" Civil War Regiment

Private, 5th New York Heavy Artillery, Company K. Fletcher was born in Brooklyn. Although Green-Wood records suggest a birth year of 1849, ...

Portsmouth, New Hampshire Summer 2011

Fighting for Georgia: Battle of Kettle Creek

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Tablet 7 from the monument to the 5th New Hampshire Infantry at Gettysburg

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Cyrus W. Straw and 1st Lt. Alonzo E. Bennett respectively. Notice Bennett's empty left coat sleeve; he lost his arm due to a wound received at ...