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John G. Hazard

Chief of Artillery

Second Corps Artillery Brigade

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Second Corps Artillery Brigade

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Employment History

Captain

Author


Captain

Battery B


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http://www.gdg.org/Research/MOLLUS/mollus14.html

Bartlett, John G. Hazard, and T. Fred.
Brown, our captain, John G. Hazard, having been assigned to duty as Chief of Artillery of the Second Corps to which the battery was attached, and our Senior Second Lieut. John G. Hazard, U. S. Volunteers. John G. Hazard, as presiding officer, and the different committees of arrangements. The chairman, General Hazard, then introduced the Orator of the Day, Rev. Carlton A. Staples, late Chaplain United States Volunteers, who delivered the following eloquent oration: 3. Extract from a letter the sergeant of this piece wrote to his brother John, dated July 7, 1863:


Three Paths to Gettysburg

Capt. John Hazard of the 1st Rhode Island Artillery reported on August 1, 1863, as commander of the Second Corps Artillery Brigade, in the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion: The morning of July 3 was quiet until about 8 o'clock, when the enemy suddenly opened fire upon our position, exploding three limbers [two-wheeled vehicles to which caissons or gun carriages could be attached to form four-wheeled vehicles to be drawn by two horses attached to the limber] of Battery A, Fourth U.S. Artillery, but otherwise causing little loss.


By Gordon McCrea Fisher gfisher

Capt. John Hazard of the 1st Rhode Island Artillery reported on August 1, 1863, as commander of the Second Corps Artillery Brigade, in the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion:


http://thenewwildgeese.com/profiles/blog/feed?tag=War&xn_auth=no

On that stone are the words of Captain John Hazard, 2nd Corps Artillary Brigade commander at Gettysburg, describing the fallen Rorty.


The Battle of Gettysburg Resource Center - Union Order of Battle

Capt. JOHN G. HAZARD
1st New York Light, Battery B*, Lieut.


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