U.S.S. Minnesota

Reports

Ship

  • Crew

  • Unfortunately, I have not yet collected the names of the other crew. Any help would be appreciated. Two other unnamed men were reported killed.


    References:

    [T5] Wood, Wm. Maxwell, Fleet Surgeon, Report transmitting list of killed and wounded, March 12, 1862. ORN I, v7, p15-17

    [T6] Wood, Wm. Maxwell, Fleet Surgeon, Report of killed and wounded on and alongside the Minnesota in the action of the 8th and 9th March, 1862, March 10, 1862. ORN I, v7, p12-13

    [T14] United States Government. Message of the President of the United States to the Two Houses of Congress at the Commencement of the Third Session of the Thirty-Seventh Congress. Vol. 3. 1862. House of Representatives, 37th Congress, 3rd session. Ex. Doc. 1. Washington, DC. 1862. 931pp
    Report on the Killed and Wounded p96-97.

    [T16] Sullivan, David M. The United States Marine Corps in the Civil War -- The Second Year. White Mane Publishing Company, Inc. Shippenburg, PA. 1997.

    [T100] Email (1/28/2006) from a great-great-grandaughter M. J. Hardy, referencing US National Archives Pension Records (Navy - WC-13-452).


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