Creager, Marvin H. – November 1864

Michigan Civil War Collection


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Regiment: 2nd Michigan Cavalry

Battles Mentioned:

Historical Figures:

No. 43.
List of Articles Lost or Destroyed in the Public Service at Puluski Tenn
while in the possession and charge of Lieut M. H. Creager Co. F 2 Mich Cav Comdg Co United
States Army, in the month of November 1864.

No. or Quantity. Articles. Circumstances and Cause.
One (1) Cav Horse Died on march from Center Star Ala. To Puluski Tenn
Two (2) Cav Horses The regiment to which my company belongs were ordered to take a certain position to hold the enemy in check, while so doing we were flanked by the enemy and exposed to an exploding fire and in the retreat lost two horses, killed Nov. 5th 1864
One (1) Cav Horse Worn out, and abandoned at Puluski Tenn Nov. 20th 64 by order of Maj Gen Stanley
One (1) Cav Horse Worn out and abandoned at Nov 26th 64 at Columbia Tenn by order of Brevt Maj Gen Willson
One (1) Cav Horse Worn out, and abandoned Nov 27th near Columbia Tenn by order of Brevt Maj Gen Willson
One (1) Cav Horse Worn out, and abandoned Nov 28th near Columbia Tenn by order of Brevt Maj Gen Willson
Two (2) Cav Horses Two of my men being ordered to make a scout on the 29th day of November [  ?  ] were sorrounded and captured by the enemy loseing their horses.
Two (2) Cav Horses Killed in a river Nov 30th/64 at Franklin Tenn

I certify, that the several articles of Quartermaster’s stores, above enumerated, have been unavoidably lost or destroyed while in the public service, as indicated by the remarks annexed to them respectibely.
M.H. Creager 2 Lt. Co. “F” 2d Mich Cav.
Approved:                                                                                                       Comdg Co.  Quartermaster
N F Nicholson
Major               Commanding.

No. 43.

No. 1               Abstract L.
November 1864
Lieut MH Creager Co F 2d Mich Cav
Comdg Co.
Articles Lost of Destroyed in the
Month of November 1864