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Brig. Gen. Rufus Ingalls.

Brig. Gen. Rufus Ingalls.

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGeneral Rufus Ingalls, Military Affairs
    SeriesH.rp.3170
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination2 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15982390M

    Number 3. Siege of Petersburg report of Brigadier General Rufus Ingalls, U. S. Army, Chief Quartermaster of Armies operating against Richmond, of operations June ,   Rufus Ingalls’ Dalmatian was a favorite and favored companion of the general, and accompanied him whether he traveled by saddle horse or by buggy. Rufus Ingalls' coach dog. Collection of the Library of Congress. Rufus Ingalls, a classmate of US Grant at West Point, worked his way efficiently up to rank of Brigadier General.

      Title: [Brandy Station, Va. Gen. Rufus Ingalls on horseback] Creator(s): O'Sullivan, Timothy H., , photographer Date Created/Published: April. Medium: 1 negative: glass, wet collodion. Summary: Photograph from the main eastern theater of war, winter quarters at . HEADQUARTERS OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, FALMOUTH, Va., Jan. 29, The following General Order has just been issued by Maj.-Gen. HOOKER: HEADQUARTERS OF THE ARMY.

      On Brig. Gen. Rufus Ingalls, Hooker’s quartermaster, asked Meigs for 2, remounts, reminding him, the need for “cavalry horses with this army has never been so severely felt as at this moment,” but Meigs had no horses to spare. “I have just furnished Gen. Stahel’s command with 1, [horses],” one of Meigs’s subordinates. Brig Gen Robert Scott Usaf,lt Col Joseph Forster Usaaf,capt George Chand Collection Of 32 Typed And Written Letters Signed By Us Army Military Le Wire Photo Brig. Gen Charles T. Lanham With Lt. Col VernonWalters.


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Brigadier General & Chief Quartermaster of the Army Of the Potomac. RUFUS INGALLS Rufus Ingalls was born in Denmark, ME. on Aug His father’s political influence got him an appointment to West Point in where he developed a close friendship with Ulysses S.

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The annual report of Brigadier General Rufus Ingalls, Chief Quartermaster, armies operating against Richmond. Brigadier General Rufus Ingalls 16th Quartermaster School Commandant February - July General Rufus Ingalls was born at Denmark, Oxford County, Maine on Aug He was appointed to the U.S.

Military Academy inand entered it with a remarkable class that included President Grant and others. Gen. Rufus Ingalls in buggy with colored boy Created / Published [ Mar.] Subject Headings - United States--History--Civil War, - United States. The report of Brigadier General Rufus Ingalls, chief quartermaster of the armies operating against Richmond, for (Inclosures.) His annual report for fiscal year ending Jand a copy of report regarding the operations of the Quartermaster's Department during the battle of Chancellorsville.*.

RUFUS INGALLS, Brigadier-General and Chief Quartermaster. MILITARY RAILROADS, City Point, April 9, General RUFUS INGALLS, At General Grant's Headquarters: Will have construction train at Burkewille Junction by 3 p.

to-morrow, and expect to. Other than General Lee, the only other Confederate in the room during the surrender meeting was Lt. Col. Charles Marshall. They are believed to have been in the room for the entire meeting, about 90 minutes, from about to p.m.

Gen. Grant and Lt. Col. Ely Parker also seem to be in the room for the entire meeting. Official Records of the Rebellion: Volume Eleven, Chap Part 1: Peninsula Campaign: Report of Brig. Gen. Rufus Ingalls, Chief Quartermaster, of the operations from August,to.

Brig. Gen. Abercrombie and staff Bv't. Maj. General Rufus Ingalls 1 photographic print on card mount: albumen Book/Printed Material Our army in the. Brigadier General Rufus Ingalls General Rufus Ingalls was born at Denmark, Oxford County, Maine on Aug He was appointed to the U.S.

Military Academy inand entered it with a remarkable class that included President Grant and others. General Rufus Ingalls (), went to Oregon in as quartermaster with the rank of captain, under Major Hathaway, who established the post at Fort Vancouver.

From the description of Letter: to Major General Thomas S. Jesup, Quartermaster General U.S.A. / by Rufus Ingalls, Jan (Unknown). WorldCat record id: Born in in Maine, Rufus Ingalls graduated inserved in the Mexican War and on the western frontier. He became a quartermaster in and served in that role the rest of his career.

After First Manassas he was made chief of Eastern supply and would remain so the rest of the war. Rufus Ingalls (Aug – Janu ) was an American military general who served as the 16th Quartermaster General of the United States Army.

Contents[show] Early life and career Ingalls was born in the village of Denmark in what is now Maine (at the time, it was a part of Massachusetts). His father Cyrus was a prominent local mill owner and politician who was among those at.

Rufus Ingalls: | | | |Rufus Ingalls| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive.

In the middle of JuneLieutenant General Ulysses Grant made City Point his headquarters and his chief quartermaster, Brigadier General Rufus Ingalls saw the advantage of City Point to serve as the supply depot for the Armies of the Potomac and James, which were operating against Confederate General Robert E.

Lee‟s Army of Northern Virginia. Maj. Gen. Joseph Hooker () with some of his staff officers at Falmouth, Virginia in June While still in command of the Army of the Potomac; within the month, on June 28th, he'd be replaced by George Meade.

Standing, left to right: Cpt. Cyrus B. Comstock (Engineer) Cpt. John B. Buy Major General Rufus Ingalls - Signature: Historical & Political - FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases. These officers included Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, Maj.

Gen. Phillip H. Sheridan, Brig. Gen. Rufus Ingalls, Brig. Gen. Michael Morgan, and Maj. Gen. Edward O.C. Ord who commanded Fort Vancouver at the start of the Civil War. The lone Confederate officer accompanying Gen. Lee, Lt.

Col. Charles Marshall, was the uncle of Gen. George C. Marshall. At 4 p.m. the terms of surrender were concluded, and Gen.

Grant started for Washington City without having entered the enemy's lines. Having endeavored to bring the war to a close with as little humiliation as was possible, the terms proposed by Gen. Grant had created a rather pleasant sentiment among the Confederates.

He was promoted to brigadier general in the Regular Army and appointed the Chief of Ordnance in January He still served in this capacity during the Spanish American War.

General Flagler died on Ma Rufus Ingalls remained the Army of the Potomac's quartermaster general for the duration of the war. Civil War Union Brigadier General. Born in Denmark, Maine, he graduated 32nd in the West Point class of He then joined the mounted rifles and dragoons, fought as a Lieutenant in Mexican War engagements in New Mexico Territory.

There he earned a brevet for his efforts. On Januas a Captain, he became.Civil War Series The Campaign to Appomattox: Now a place had to be found for the talks.

Lee's staff officer, Marshall, was sent into the village with an orderly, Private Joshua O. Johns, to scout a location, while Lee, Babcock, and Babcock's orderly, Captain William McKee Dunn, followed slowly behind.Easter Conference.

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