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|unit_name= 30th Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment
 
|unit_name= 30th Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment
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|caption= Flag of Virginia, 1861
 
|caption= Flag of Virginia, 1861
 
|dates= June 1861 – April 1865
 
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|role= [[Infantry]]
 
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|battles=[[American Civil War]]: [[Seven Days' Battles]]-[[Second Battle of Bull Run]]-[[Battle of Antietam]]-[[Battle of Fredericksburg]]-[[Siege of Suffolk]]-[[Siege of Petersburg]]-[[Battle of Sayler's Creek]]-[[Appomattox Campaign]]
 
|battles=[[American Civil War]]: [[Seven Days' Battles]]-[[Second Battle of Bull Run]]-[[Battle of Antietam]]-[[Battle of Fredericksburg]]-[[Siege of Suffolk]]-[[Siege of Petersburg]]-[[Battle of Sayler's Creek]]-[[Appomattox Campaign]]
 
|disbanded= April 1865
 
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The '''30th Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment''' was an [[infantry]] [[regiment]] raised in [[Virginia]] for service in the [[Confederate States Army]] during the [[American Civil War]]. It fought mostly in western Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Virginia.
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The '''30th Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment''' was an [[infantry]] [[regiment]] raised in Virginia for service in the [[Confederate States Army]] during the [[American Civil War]]. It fought mostly in western Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Virginia.
 
The 30th Virginia completed its organization at Fredericksburg, Virginia, in June, 1861. Men of this unit were from Fredericksburg and the counties of Spotsylvania, Caroline, Stafford, and King George.
 
 
It was assigned to General J.G. Walker's and Corse's Brigade, and fought with the Army of Northern Virginia from the Seven Days' Battles to Fredericksburg. After serving with Longstreet at Suffolk, it was on detached duty in Tennessee and North Carolina. During the spring of 1864 the 30th returned to Virginia and saw action at Drewry's Bluff and Cold Harbor. Later it endured the hardships of the Petersburg trenches north and south of the James River and ended the war at Appomattox.
 
 
It reported 1 killed and 4 wounded at Malvern Hill and 39 killed and 121 wounded in the Maryland Campaign. Many were lost at Five Forks and Sayler's Creek, and on April 9, 1865, it surrendered with 8 officers and 82 men.
 
 
The field officers were Colonels R.M. Cary and Robert S. Chew, Lieutenant Colonels John M. Gouldin and Archibald T. Harrison, and Majors William S. Barton and Robert O. Peatross.
 
   
 
The 30th Virginia completed its organization at Fredericksburg, Virginia, in June, 1861. Men of this unit were from Fredericksburg and the counties of Spotsylvania, Caroline, Stafford, and King George.
 
It was assigned to General J.G. Walker's and Corse's Brigade, and fought with the Army of Northern Virginia from the Seven Days' Battles to Fredericksburg. After serving with Longstreet at Suffolk, it was on detached duty in Tennessee and North Carolina. During the spring of 1864 the 30th returned to Virginia and saw action at Drewry's Bluff and Cold Harbor. Later it endured the hardships of the Petersburg trenches north and south of the James River and ended the war at Appomattox.
 
It reported 1 killed and 4 wounded at Malvern Hill and 39 killed and 121 wounded in the Maryland Campaign. Many were lost at Five Forks and Sayler's Creek, and on April 9, 1865, it surrendered with 8 officers and 82 men.
 
The field officers were Colonels R.M. Cary and Robert S. Chew, Lieutenant Colonels John M. Gouldin and Archibald T. Harrison, and Majors William S. Barton and Robert O. Peatross.
 
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*{{USGovernment|sourceURL=[http://www.civilwar.nps.gov/cwss/regiments.cfm Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System], ''National Park Service}}
 
*{{USGovernment|sourceURL=[http://www.civilwar.nps.gov/cwss/regiments.cfm Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System], ''National Park Service}}
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[[Category:Virginia Civil War regiments]]
 
[[Category:Virginia Civil War regiments]]

Latest revision as of 17:10, 14 December 2019

30th Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment
Flag of Virginia (1861–1865).svg
Flag of Virginia, 1861
Active June 1861 – April 1865
Disbanded April 1865
Country Confederacy
Allegiance Confederate States of America Confederate States of America
Role Infantry
Engagements American Civil War: Seven Days' Battles-Second Battle of Bull Run-Battle of Antietam-Battle of Fredericksburg-Siege of Suffolk-Siege of Petersburg-Battle of Sayler's Creek-Appomattox Campaign

The 30th Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment raised in Virginia for service in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. It fought mostly in western Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Virginia.

The 30th Virginia completed its organization at Fredericksburg, Virginia, in June, 1861. Men of this unit were from Fredericksburg and the counties of Spotsylvania, Caroline, Stafford, and King George. It was assigned to General J.G. Walker's and Corse's Brigade, and fought with the Army of Northern Virginia from the Seven Days' Battles to Fredericksburg. After serving with Longstreet at Suffolk, it was on detached duty in Tennessee and North Carolina. During the spring of 1864 the 30th returned to Virginia and saw action at Drewry's Bluff and Cold Harbor. Later it endured the hardships of the Petersburg trenches north and south of the James River and ended the war at Appomattox. It reported 1 killed and 4 wounded at Malvern Hill and 39 killed and 121 wounded in the Maryland Campaign. Many were lost at Five Forks and Sayler's Creek, and on April 9, 1865, it surrendered with 8 officers and 82 men. The field officers were Colonels R.M. Cary and Robert S. Chew, Lieutenant Colonels John M. Gouldin and Archibald T. Harrison, and Majors William S. Barton and Robert O. Peatross.

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