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|Battery "G" West Virginia Light Artillery|
Flag of West Virginia
|Active||May 26, 1863 to June 22, 1864|
Service[edit | edit source]
Battery "G" was originally raised as Company "G", 2nd West Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment and converted to an independent battery on May 26, 1863.
Battery "G" was mustered out on June 22, 1864.
Casualties[edit | edit source]
Officers[edit | edit source]
The original officers of the company were Captain Chatham T. Weing; 1st Lieutenant, Alfred Sickman; 2d Lieutenant, Jacob Huggins. Lieutenant Sickman was killed December 13, 1861, in the battle of Allegheny Mountains, and Howard Morton who did gallant service on the occasion was promoted to his place. Lieutenant Huggins resigned early in 1862, and Samuel J. Shearer, a brave and capable officer, succeeded him.
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