1st Brigade, 3rd Division
— 2nd Corps —
Principal battles in which the 14th Indiana engaged.Cheat Mountain.
And more than fifty other minor engagements and skirmishes.Mustered in June 7th 1861.
Mustered out June 7th 1864.
On the evening of July 2nd 1863, a determined effort was made by Hay's and Hoke's Brigades of Early's Division of Confederate troops to carry cemetery hill by storm. The Union troops supporting the batteries occupying this ground were over whelmed and forced to retire. Wiedrick's Battery was captured and two of Rickett's guns were spiked. Carroll's Brigade then in position south west of the Cemetery was sent to the rescue. Advancing double quick time through the Cemetery and across the Baltimore Pike. The men went in with a cheer. The 14th Indiana met the enemy among the guns on this ground where a hand to hand struggle ensued resulting in driving the enemy from the hill. On this spot, Isaac Norris, the color bearer of the 14th Ind. was killed and many others fell near by. The Regiment then took position along the stone fence at the base of the hill southeast from this point. Facing the east the right and left flank being designated by stone markers, there placed, which position it held to the close of the great battle.
(Right):14th Ind. Vols.
1st Brigade 3rd Division Second Corps.
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