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Kentucky 3rd Volunteer Infantry (Union)

Muster
  • Muster In Date:Oct 8, 1861
  • Muster Out Date:Jan 10, 1865
Other
  • Leaders:
    • 18 guns k-0 w-0 m-2 = 2
    • k-0 w-0 m-0 = 0
    • Brigadier General John F. Miller
    • Brigadier General John Newton
    • Brigadier General Luther P. Bradley
    • Brigadier General Milo Hascall
    • Brigadier General Milo S. Hascall
    • Brigadier General Milo Smith Hascall
    • Brigadier General Thomas J. Wood
    • Brigadier General Thomas John Wood
    • Colonel Charles G. Harker
    • Colonel George P. Buell
    • Colonel Henry C. Dunlap
    • Colonel Samuel McKee
    • Colonel Thomas E. Bramlette
    • Lieutenant Colonel William Scott
    • Major Daniel R. Collier
Battles
Name
Start Date
End Date
Duration
Place
Stones RiverDec 31, 1862Dec 31, 1862< 1 dayMurfreesboro, Tennessee
Siege of CorinthApr 29, 1862May 30, 186231 day(s)Corinth, Mississippi
Kennesaw MountainJun 27, 1864Jun 27, 1864< 1 dayCobb County, Georgia
ChickamaugaSep 19, 1863Sep 20, 18631 day(s)Catoosa County, Georgia; Walker County, Georgia
NashvilleDec 15, 1864Dec 16, 18641 day(s)Nashville, Tennessee
Rocky Face RidgeMay 7, 1864May 13, 18646 day(s)Whitfield County, Georgia
Missionary RidgeNov 25, 1863Nov 25, 1863< 1 dayChattanooga, Tennessee
ResacaMay 13, 1864May 16, 18643 day(s)Gordon County, Georgia; Whitfield County, Georgia
JonesboroughAug 31, 1864Sep 1, 18641 day(s)Clayton County, Georgia
Chattanooga CampaignNov 23, 1863Nov 25, 18632 day(s)Chattanooga, Tennessee
PerryvilleOct 8, 1862Oct 8, 1862< 1 dayPerryville, Kentucky
DallasMay 27, 1864Jun 4, 18648 day(s)Paulding County, Georgia
AtlantaJul 22, 1864Jul 22, 1864< 1 dayFulton County, Georgia; DeKalb County, Georgia
Peachtree CreekJul 20, 1864Jul 20, 1864< 1 dayFulton County, Georgia

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