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Massachusetts 22nd Volunteer Infantry (Union)

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Regiment mustered in on August 18th, 1864. Regiment mustered out of service on November 25th, 1864.

Notable Battles:

  • Siege of Yorktown (1862) fought on April 5th, 1862 - May 4th, 1862 near York County, Virginia; Newport News, VA
  • Hanover Court House fought on May 27th, 1862 near Hanover County, Virginia
  • Seven Pines fought on May 31st, 1862 - June 1st, 1862 near Henrico County, Virginia
  • Skirmish at Mechanicsville, Virginia fought on June 26th, 1862
  • Mechanicsville fought on June 26th, 1862 near Hanover Couunty, Virginia
  • Gaines' Mill fought on June 27th, 1862 near Hanover County, Virginia
  • Malvern Hill fought on July 1st, 1862 near Henrico County, Virginia
  • Antietam fought on September 17th, 1862 near Sharpsburg, Maryland
  • Fredericksburg fought on December 13th, 1862 near Fredericksburg, Virginia
  • Chancellorsville fought on April 30th, 1863 - May 6th, 1863 near Spotsylvania County, Virginia
  • Gettysburg fought on July 1st, 1863 - July 3rd, 1863 near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
    • Brigade Leader(s): Tilton. Division Leader(s): Barnes. Corp: V Corps. 
    • Wheatfield and Stony Hill fought on July 2nd, 1863 near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
  • Wilderness fought on May 5th, 1864 - May 7th, 1864 near Spotslyvania County, Virginia; Orange County, Virginia
  • Second Petersburg fought on June 15th, 1864 - June 18th, 1864 near Petersburg, Virginia
  • Jerusalem Plank Road fought on June 21st, 1864 - June 24th, 1864 near Petersburg, Virginia

Massachusetts, United States of America

Field Officers

Brigadier General Charles Griffin

Brigadier General George W. Morell

Brigadier General James Barnes

Brigadier General John H. Martindale

Colonel James Barnes

Colonel William S. Tilton

Jr.

Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Sherwin

Lieutenant Colonel William S. Tilton

Major General George W. Morell