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Battle of Hatcher's Run, VA February 5, 1865 – February 7, 1865, US Civil War

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  • Pvt. Hale Gage, (USA) (c.1831 - 1898)
    Pvt. Co. A 1st Battalion, Mass. Heavy Art. _________________________________ He had an alias, and also was known by his other name "Henry G. Putnam", as indicated in the application for his Militar...
  • Stephen A Carpenter, (USA) (1829 - 1900)
    Union Civil War Veteran Company G, 24th Michigan Infantry Son of Joseph Halsey Carpenter and Sarah "Sally" Raplee.
  • Pvt. Milton Cook Stapp, (CSA) (1826 - 1917)
    Milton Cook Stapp was born on a plantation and a slave owner. He had approximately 100 slaves that were freed after the civil war. Milton fought in the civil war on the confederate side. He was shot tw...
  • Lt Isaac Bowman, (USA) (1837 - 1881)
    Isaac Bowman was the son of John and Ann Margaret Sheesley Bowman. He married Frances Phrena Enders who died of childbirth complications shortly after the birth of their son Elwood H. In the Civil War,...
  • Henry Boen Hixenbaugh, (USA) (1835 - 1901)
    Hixenbaugh, H. B. Hixenbaugh Source: Spirit of Democracy January 24, 1901 Death of H. B. Hixenbaugh – H. B. Hixenbaugh was born December 14, 1835, and died January 22, 1901, being 65 years old. He wa...

The Battle of Hatcher's Run, also known as Dabney's Mill, Armstrong's Mill, Rowanty Creek, and Vaughn Road, fought February 5–7, 1865, was one in a series of Union offensives during the siege of Petersburg, aimed at cutting off Confederate supply traffic on Boydton Plank Road and the Weldon Railroad west of Petersburg, Virginia.