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New Jersey Artillery
|Battery E. Capt., Zenas C. Warren; First Lieuts., George F.
Durant, Joseph Warren, James Gillen ; Second Lieuts., Thomas R. Perry, James B. Goldsmith,
William Maxwell, Edward Chappell. This battery, raised in the summer of 1863, proceeded to
Washington in the month of September and went into camp at Camp Barry. It was sharply
engaged at Drewry's bluff early in May, losing 13 men. Other engagements in which it
participated were as follows : Howlett's house, various actions before Petersburg, Bermuda
Hundred, Deep Bottom, Dutch gap, Darbytown road and the capture of Richmond, April 3,
1865. The battery was finally disbanded on June 12, 1865.
Regimental history taken from "The Union Army" by Federal Publishing
Company, 1908 - Volume 3