100th Pennsylvania Infantry

100th Pennsylvania Infantry

Brief History. This regiment was organized at Pittsburg August 31, It was also known as "The Round Head Regiment". It mustered out July.
Known as the "Roundheads". Roster, photo gallery, letters, diaries, biographical profiles, Maxwell Museum, historical articles, migration.
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Negatives of letterpress print blocks and electroplates,. Battle of Totopotomoy Creek. It was during this brief period, of less than one-half hour-from five to halfpast five o'clock-'that the greater portion of the casualties occurred. The Ninth Corps now formed part of the right grand division of the army, commanded by General Sumner. Captain David Leckey of Company M was promoted to major. Sounding Adopted Titles, SOME WERE WON IN BATTLE", From Col.

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The fight was not renewed. Craven and Samuel G. Moved to Washington, D. Moved to Newport News, Va. Scrapbook of Roundhead Society, by James C. Upon its return, it moved with the corps back to its old camp at Milldale. In this encounter the One Hundredth was engaged, and Lieutenant Coloiel Joseph H.