Pvt. Erasmus M. Pitman

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Pvt. Erasmus M. Pitman

Birthdate: (76)
Birthplace: Virginia, United States
Death: November 04, 1906 (76)
Fairfax, Virginia, United States
Place of Burial: Fairfax, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Andrew Pitman and Catherine Pitman
Husband of Margaret Pitman

Occupation: Oil Speculator
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About Pvt. Erasmus M. Pitman

Civil War Veteran

Affiliation: Confederate

Enlisted: June 18,1861

Rank: Pvt.

Co.: F

Regt.:10th Virginia

Transferred: April, 1862 to Co. K

Detailed to attend wounded: August 9, 1862

Detailed to Co. Clerk at Brigade Head Quarters: June 30, 1863

Wounded:October 26, 1863 at Bealton Station. Shot through scrotum and left thigh.

Discharged to Invalid Corps: March 28, 1864

Source:

Fold3 Documents for Erasmus M. Pitman ; Civil War Soldiers-Confederate-Virginia; 41 pages (can be seen in sources)

Links

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rlnielsen/pittman/reports/nicolaus/Lawrence_MaryC.pdf

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=7845409


10th Virginia Infantry

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Engagements American Civil War

  • First Battle of Bull Run
  • Battle of McDowell
  • Jackson's Valley Campaign
  • Seven Days' Battles
  • Battle of Cedar Mountain
  • Second Battle of Bull Run
  • Battle of Fredericksburg
  • Battle of Chancellorsville
  • Battle of Gettysburg
  • Valley Campaigns of 1864

Commanders: Colonel Edward T.H. Warren

The 10th Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment raised in Virginia for service in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. It fought mostly with the Army of Northern Virginia.

The 10th Virginia was assembled at Harper's Ferry during the late spring of 1861. Four companies of the 4th Regiment Virginia Volunteers, a militia unit, were united with other volunteer companies to make up the regiment. An eleventh company was added to the command in April, 1862. Its men were raised in the counties of Shenandoah, Rockingham, Page, and Madison. During the war it was attached to Elzey's, Taliaferro's, Fulkerson's, Colston's, Steuart's, and W. Terry's Brigade.

After fighting at First Manassas and McDowell, it was active in Jackson's Valley Campaign. The 10th participated in the campaigns of the Army of Northern Virginia from the Seven Days' Battles to Cold Harbor except when it was on detached duty during the Battle of Antietam. It was involved in Early's Shenandoah Valley operations and later the Appomattox Campaign.

This unit reported 16 casualties at First Manassas, 21 at McDowell, 43 at Cedar Mountain, 32 at Second Manassas, and 157 at Chancellorsville. Of the 276 engaged at Gettysburg more than twenty-five percent were disabled. On April 9, 1865, it surrendered with 2 officers and 43 men.

The field officers were Colonels Simeon B. Gibbons and Edward T.H. Warren, Lieutenant Colonels Dorilas H.L. Martz and Samuel T. Walker, and Majors Isaac G. Coffman and Joshua Stover.

Future Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Charles Frederick Crisp was a lieutenant in Company K of the 10th Virginia.

Link

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/10th_Virginia_Infantry


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Pvt. Erasmus M. Pitman's Timeline

1829
November 10, 1829
Virginia, United States
1906
November 4, 1906
Age 76
Fairfax, Virginia, United States
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Fairfax, Virginia, United States