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Formed in May 1862, to serve either as artillery or infantry. On May 23, it was assigned to duty as infantry and took part in the fight at Seven Pines. Later the unit served as heavy artillery and during March 1864, became the 34th Regiment Virginia Infantry. The field officers were Colonel John T. Goode, Lieutenant Colonel Randolph Harrison, and Majors John R. Bagby and J. Wickham Leigh.  
 
Formed in May 1862, to serve either as artillery or infantry. On May 23, it was assigned to duty as infantry and took part in the fight at Seven Pines. Later the unit served as heavy artillery and during March 1864, became the 34th Regiment Virginia Infantry. The field officers were Colonel John T. Goode, Lieutenant Colonel Randolph Harrison, and Majors John R. Bagby and J. Wickham Leigh.  
  
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Revision as of 19:15, 1 November 2010

Brief History

Formed in May 1862, to serve either as artillery or infantry. On May 23, it was assigned to duty as infantry and took part in the fight at Seven Pines. Later the unit served as heavy artillery and during March 1864, became the 34th Regiment Virginia Infantry. The field officers were Colonel John T. Goode, Lieutenant Colonel Randolph Harrison, and Majors John R. Bagby and J. Wickham Leigh.

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Source Materials