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to New Orleans, 296; Gen-
eral Orders No. 40, 297-
298 ; takes command of the
Division of the Atlantic, 303;
candidate for nomination for
the presidency in 1868, 303;
death of Ada Hancock, 304;
nominated in 1880 by Demo-
cratic Convention, 306; do-
mestic and official life at Gov-
ernor's Island, 308 ; death of
Russell Hancock, 311; at
Grant's funeral, 311 ; revisits
Gettysburg, 312; illness and
death, 313; interment at
Norristown, 314; his family,
315 ; public memorials, 316.

Hancock, Mrs. marriage, 21-
22; life at Fort Myers, 22,
34-35; accompanies General
Hancock to California, 24;
her reminiscences of her hus-
band, 34, 315 ; her death, 315.

Hanover Junction, 210.

Hanover town, 212-213.

Hare House (Petersburg), 238-
239, 241.

Harney, General W. S., 22.

Harper's Ferry, 52-53, 98.

Harrison's Creek (Appomattox
River), 232-233.

Harrison House (Spottsylvania),
195, 203.

Harrow, General William, 101.

Haskell, Colonel F. A., 144, 222.

Hatcher's Run, 279-281, 284,
288.

Hays, General Alexander, at
West Point, 12; his brigade
joins Second Corps, 97; Get-

tysburg, 126, 135, 141-144,

146; Morton's Ford, 151;

Wilderness, 180-1S1.
Hays, General H. T., 129
Hays, General William, 149.
Hazard, General John G., 101.
Heintzelman, General S. P., 41,

44.

Heth, General H., Gettysburg,
103; Spottsylvania, 188;
Reams's Station, 268 - 269,
271; Boydton road, 284-287,

Hill, General A. P., 35 ; Gettys-
burg, no, 125, 128-129,150;
Wilderness, 164-170, 172;
North Anna, 211; Reams's
Station, 266, 26-3.

Hill, General D. H., 38, 41-42.

Hoke, General B. F., 129

Hood, General J. B., 123.

Hooker, Colonel G. W., 143.

Hooker, General Joseph, 14, 70,
153 ; takes command of Army
of the Potomac, 73 ; Chancel-
lorsville, 73-80, 84-86, 91-93,
96; relieved from command,
98.

Hospitality a trait of Han-
cock's character, 34-36.

Howard, General O. O., Fred-
ericksburg, 62,68; Chancel-
lorsville, 74, 78-81, 85-86,
92; Gettysburg, 104, 106,
108, 114-118, 130-131, 180.

Hoyt, Colonel C. H., 59.

H umphreys, General Andrew
A , 30; Fredericksburg, 68;
Chancellorsville, 76; Gettys-
burg, 123, 126-1277'WildeT-
ness, 156, 159, 162, 167-168;

Spottsylvania, 191-192; esti-
mate of losses, 208 ; Peters-
burg, 230; takes command of
Second Corps, 290.

Hunt, General H. J., 140 n, 144,
156.

Huston, Lieutenant-Colonel J.
W., 128, 145.

Jackson, General T. J., 14;
Gaines's Mill, 44 ; Fredericks-
burg, 61-63 ; Chancellorsville,
78-83, 86, 179.

Jenkins, General M., 179.

Jerusalem plank road (Peters-
burg), 242, 265.

Johnson, General Edward, 19,
130, 133, 197.

Kautz, General A. V., 233, 251.
Kearney, General Philip, 153.
Kelly, Colonel Patrick, 67, 101,

239

Kelly's Ford (Rappahannock
River), 74.

Kemper, General J. L., 142.

Kershaw, General J. B., Wilder-
ness, 171 - 172, 175 - 176;
North Anna, 211 ; Deep Bot-
tom, 248.

Keyes, General E. D., 40-41, 44.

Kirby, General Edmund, 90.

Kitching, Colonel I. H., com-
manding brigade, 207.

Lacy House (Fredericksburg),

61.
Lamar, Colonel L. Q. C, 45 n.
Landron House (Spottsylvania),

191, 195-197.
Lane, General J. H., 140, 142.

Lamed, Fort, 296.

Leavenworth, Fort, 296.

Lee, General Robert E., Fred-
ericksburg, 57-58, 61, 63;
Chancellorsville, 74-75, 78-
80, 85-86, 91, 95; Gettys-
burg, 104, 113, 119, 131, 134,
138; Wilderness, 158, 160,
162, 169, 175, 179; Spottsyl-
vania, 183-184, 186 - 187;
North Anna and Totopoto-
moy, 210-211, 213; Cold
Harbor, 226-227; deceived
by Grant's strategy, 230-231;
Hancock's Deep Bottom ex-
pedition, 249; the Boydton
Road expedition, 282-283;
Appomattox, 293-294

Lepine, Lieutenant, command-
ing battery, 89, 91.

Lincoln, President, 245, 289,
295.

Livermore, Colonel Thomas L.,
40, 101.

Lockwood, General H. H., 129.

Long Bridge, the Chickahominy,
230-231.

Longstreet, General James,
Mexico, 19, 20; Williams-
burg, 41-42; Fredericksburg,
62, 65 ; Gettysburg, 122, 129,
!35, 138, 140-141, 162; Wil-
derness, 168-170,172,174-175,
179; Spottsylvania, 183,192.

Loudon Heights (Harper's
Ferry), 54.

Lynch, General James C, 248,
272.

Lynchburg, Hancock's proposed
advance upon, in 1865, 292.

McAllister, General Robert, 199.
McClellan, General George B.,

11. 14, 43. 53. 57. 227.
McCool House (Spottsylvania),

195, 200.
McCune, Captain Alexander,

226.

McDougall, General C. D., 220.

McEntee, Lieutenant Charles
S., 37 n.

McGilvray, Lieutenant-Colonel
F., commanding artillery bri-
gade, 129.

McGowan, General S., 140,
201 n.

McKeen, Colonel H. Boyd, 50,
221-222.

McKnight, Captain, command-
ing battery, 243.

McLaws, General L , Chancel-
lorsville, 81, 86-87; Gettys-
burg, 123.

McMahon, General Martin T.,
222.

Macy, Colonel George N., 256.
Magruder, Fort (Williamsburg),
41.

Mahone, General William, Spott-
sylvania, 185; the Salient,
199; Petersburg, 244 n, 269.

Mallon. Colonel J. E., 143.

Malvern Hills, battle of, 49, 156.

Marye's Heights (Fredericks-
burg), 64-67, 69, 100.

Mattapony River, 209.

Meade, General George G., 30;
Chancellorsville, 74-76, 87,
91, 92; assumes command of
Army of the Potomac, 98;
Gettysburg, 99, 103-105, 107,

108, 113, 116, 121, 122, 129-
131; Mine Run, 150; reor-
ganization, 153; the great re-
view, 156, 157; Wilderness,
168, 169; Spottsylvania, 185-
187, 190; the Salient, 194,
195, 201, 206, 207; North
Anna and Totopotomoy, 210,
214; Cold Harbor, 218, 219,
223; Petersburg, 232, 235,
239, 241-243; Reams's Sta-
tion, 261, 264, 266, 268, 277,
278; Boydton road, 281, 282,
287, 289, 290, 292; death of
General Meade, 304.

Meagher, General Thomas F.,
Antietam, 49; Fredericks-
burg, 59, 66; Chancellors-
ville, 89.

Merriam, Lieutenant-Colonel
Waldo, 203.

Mervvin, Lieutenant-Colonel H.
C, 145.

Mexican War, Hancock's service
in, 17-21.

Miles, General Nelson A., 51;
Chancellorsville, 79, 81. 82,
87, 155; Spottsylvania, 185,
189; the Salient, 196, 197,
199, 204 ; Cold Harbor, 220;
Deep Bottom, 248, 252, 256;
Reams's Station, 260, 264,
266, 267, 271, 272, 274, 314.

Milford Station, Va., 209, 213.

Miller, Major W. D. W., 40, 59,
101, 127.

Mine Run, 150, 152, 153.

Mitchell, General William G.,
37 n, 40, 59. 101. 129, 144.
309-311.

Molino del Rey (Mexico), Han-
cock engaged at, 19, 20.

Monocacy Junction, Md., 98.

Morgan, General Charles H., 40,
101, 129, 206, 207, 237, 238,

275-

Morris, Colonel L. O., 225.

Morris, Colonel O. H., 221.

Morton's Ford, action of, 150.

Mott, General Gershom, 155;
Wilderness, 164, 165, 170,
175, 177, 178, 180; Spottsyl-
vania, 191-192; the Salient,
195, 197, 204; Petersburg, 241,
245, Deep Bottom, 249, 250,
254, 255, 257; Reams's Sta-
tion, 260,265, 267, 268 ; Boyd-
ton road, 281, 282.

Murphy, Colonel M , 273.

National Bridge, Mexico, Han-
cock's first engagement, 18,
19.

New Orleans, General Hancock
assumes command at, 296, 297.

Newton, General John, 135.

North Anna River, operations
on, 209-213.

Northern contrasted with South-
ern soldiers, 161.

Ny River, operations on, 207,
208.

Nugent, General Robert, 50, 67.

Officers and enlisted men com-
pared as to losses in battle,
181, 182.

O'Kane, Colonel Denis, 145.

Old Wilderness Tavern, 158,
159, 163.

Orange plank road (the Wil-
derness), 162-164.

Ord, General E. O. C, 250, 254.

Owen, General Joshua T., 98,
155; Wilderness, 165, 170,
177; the Salient, 199; Toto-
potomoy, 214; Cold Harbor,
221, 222, 244.

Pamunkey River, 212, 213.
Parke, General John G., 279,281.
Parker, Captain Isaac B., 37 n,

40, 59, 101.
Parker's Store (the Wilderness),

159, 163, 174.
Peach Orchard (Gettysburg), 120,

123, 124, 126.
Peck, Professor W. G, 12.
Pegram, Colonel, commanding

Confederate artillery at

Reams's Station, 269, 270.
Perry, General E. A., 140.
Petersburg, chapter xvi et seq.
Pettigrew, General J. J., 140,

141, 144.
Pickett, General George E., at

West Point, II; Mexico, 19;

Gettysburg, 140, 141,144,161.
Pierce, General Byron R., 211,

241.
Pierce, General Franklin, 18.
Pipe Creek, line of (Gettysburg),

108.
Piper's house (Antictam), 49.
Pleasonton, General Alfred, 12.
Po River, operations on, 186,

187, 190.
Point of Rocks, Va., 257.
Porter, General Fitz John, 11,

44, 49-

Porter, Colonel P. A., 222.
Potter, General R. B., 240.
Profanity in the army, 33, 34.

Quartermaster's service, Han-
cock's experience, 20, 22-24,
30, 36, 59 n.

Ramsay, General John, 242.
Randall, Colonel, 143.
Rapidan River, 57, 74, 158, 162.
Rappahannock River, 57, 74, 75.
Ravvlings, General John A.,
175 n.

Reams's Station, battle of, chap-
ter xviii.

Reconstruction measures, Han-
cock's relation to, 296-303.

Rectortown, Va., 56.

Regulars and volunteers com-
pared as to patriotic feeling,
25-27.

Regulations and red tape, Han-
cock's mastery of, 21, 31, 32.

Revere, Colonel Paul J., 145

Reynolds, General John F.,
Chancellorsville, 74, 85, 87,
91, 92; Gettysburg, 103-105,
107, 109-110.

Richardson, General Israel B.,
46-48, 51.

Richmond, 57, 61, 75, 231, 247,
294.

Ricketts, Colonel R. Bruce, 165,
166.

Riley, Fort, 296.
Ritzius, Lieutenant, A. d. C, 59.
Roberts, Colonel R. P., 126, 145.
Rodes, General R. E., 195, 199,
208.

Rorty, Captain J. McK., 59,
141.

Round Tops, the (Gettysburg),
113, 119, 121, 126, 128-129,
141.

Rugg, Lieutenant-Colonel H.

P., 271, 272, 274.
Russell, General David A., 11,

192.

St. Louis, Hancock on duty
there, 21, 22; married there,
21, 22.

Salem Church (Chancellorsville),
92.

Salient, the (Spottsylvania), 30,

191, 194 et seq., 314.
Savage Station battery, 45, 49.
Savage, Colonel John A., 239.
Scales, General A. M., 140, 142.
Scott, General George W., 72.
Scott, General Winfield, 10, 18-

19.

Scott, Fort, 18.

Sedgwick, General John, 46, 74-

75. 85. 91-93, 131. 153. 158,
170, 184, 194.

Seminary Ridge (Gettysburg),
104-105, 119-120, 138, 140.

Seminole War, 22.

Seymour, Governor, 303.

Shady Grove Church and road,
163, 167, 186-187.

Shaler, General Alexander, 133.

Sheridan, General Philip H.,
36 ; Cold Harbor, 217; Deep
Bottom, 248, 251-253; rec-
ommended as brigadier gen-
eral in regular army, 254-255;
the finish, 289, 291-293; ap-

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