For his gallant service at Bull Run he was promoted to brigadier general in March 1862. Berry Berry was reassigned to the command of the 3rd Brigade of Hamilton's Division (later Kearny's), 3rd Corps. The 3rd Brigade consisted of four regiments: the 2nd Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment; 3rd Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment, 5th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment and the 37th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment. Berry's decisive action at the Battle of Williamsburg benefited General Hooker.His brigade fought in the Battle of Seven Pines. Berry was then promoted to Major-General on November 29, 1862.
Berry was placed in command of the 2nd Division of the III Corps, succeeding Major General Daniel Sickles, who had ascended to corps command. Berry was killed by a sharpshooter's round at 7:26AM on May 3, 1863 at the Battle of Chancellorsville. Charles Hamlin Hamlin served in the Union Army as a major during the American Civil War ("Civil War") and was awarded the honorary rank of brevet brigadier general United States Volunteers, to rank from March 13, 1865, by U. Senate confirmation on March 12, 1866. Charles Hamlin began his military career as a major in the 1st Maine Heavy Artillery Regiment and then gained a staff position as major and assistant adjutant general in the Army of the Potomac. He fought in the Battle of Gettysburg among other engagements.  Hamlin served as assistant adjutant general on the staffs of Generals Hiram G. Hamlin was mustered out of the U. Volunteers on September 14, 1865.  On January 13, 1866, Hamlin was nominated by President Andrew Johnson for the award of the honorary grade of brevet brigadier general United States Volunteers, to rank from March 13, 1865 for faithful and meritorious services The U. Senate confirmed the award on March 12, 1866.  Along with his sister Sarah, Hamlin was at Ford's Theater on the night of the Lincoln assassination. After the war, Hamlin became a companion of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. He became the City Solicitor of Bangor in 1867. In 1883 and 1885 he served terms in the Maine House of Representatives, becoming its Speaker in his second term. He also served as president of the Eastern Maine General Hospital (now the Eastern Maine Medical Center) . This item is in the category "Books & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectible". The seller is "nibahs" and is located in this country: US.
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