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Autumn Reflections
Autumn Reflections
  • Author: wplynn Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-09-23 16:25:34
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°25'12"N - 89°26'28"W
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08-17-2012 Ride - Parrish, WI
08-17-2012 Ride - Parrish, WI
  • Author: Dan Reynard Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-08-17 16:00:28
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°26'8"N - 89°24'13"W
  • 08-17-2012 Ride - Parrish, WI
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American Civil War Veteran William LaMoy
American Civil War Veteran William LaMoy
  • Author: oetiii Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2010-05-30 10:31:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°24'56"N - 89°24'28"W
  • William LaMoy enlisted on August 4, 1862 at Black Brook New York at the age of 18. He was mustered in as a private in the New York 118th, Company K on August 30, 1862. He was mustered out of the company on June 13, 1865 at Richmond Virginia. The 118th, the Adirondack Regiment, was recruited in the counties of Clinton, Essex and Warren, organized at Plattsburg, and there mustered into the U. S. service Aug. 18-20, 1862, for three years. It was composed of excellent material and left the state, 1,040 strong on Sept. 3. It served in the defenses of Washington until April, 1863, when it was ordered to Suffolk, Va., in the reserve brigade, 7th corps. In the 1st brigade, Getty's division, same corps, it was present at Antioch Church and Baker's cross-roads; in Wistar's brigade, 4th corps, at Franklin; and in the provisional brigade, 7th corps, it was engaged at South Anna bridge, losing II killed, wounded and missing. It then performed garrison and guard duty for several months at Yorktown, Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Newport News, Va. As part of the 2nd brigade, 1st division, 18th corps, it took part in the campaign against Richmond with Gen. Butler's Army of the James, being engaged at Port Walthall Junction, Chester Station, Swift creek. Proctor's creek, and Drewry's bluff. In the last named battle, it lost 199 in killed, wounded and missing. It fought gallantly at Cold Harbor in June, when it lost 32 in killed and wounded. In the first assaults on Petersburg it lost 21 killed and wounded. It was next severely engaged at Fort Harrison, where it lost 67 killed and wounded, and during the advance on Richmond by the Darbytown road in October its ranks were once more fearfully depleted, 111 being killed, wounded and missing. Then attached to the 2nd brigade, 3d division, 24th corps, it was engaged without loss at the fall of Petersburg, April 2, 1865. During the long period it was in the trenches before Petersburg it met with losses amounting to 43 in killed and wounded. It was on the skirmish line of the 3d division when Richmond was finally occupied, and claims to have been the first organized Federal infantry in that city. It was mustered out at Richmond, under Col. Nichols, June 13, 1865, haying lost by death during service, 6 officers and 98 enlisted men, killed and mortally wounded; 188 enlisted men by disease and other causes, a total of 292; of whom 45 died in Confederate prisons. William married Sarah and lived in Michigan as will as Williamson Township (Dodge County), Fairbanks Township (Shawano County), Elcho Townsip (Langlade County) and Parrish (Langlade County), all in Wisconsin.
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Chain Lakes
Chain Lakes
  • Author: gizmo4223 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2007-09-01 09:36:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°25'12"N - 89°26'33"W
  • One of the Chain Lakes, Lincoln Co. WI
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