1st West Virginia Veteran Volunteer Infantry Regiment

1st West Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment

Flag of West Virginia

Active
November 9, 1864 to July 21, 1865

Country
United States

Allegiance
Union

Branch
Infantry

Engagements
None

The 1st West Virginia Veteran Volunteer Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the last year of the American Civil War. It consisted primarily of veterans of older regiments whose terms of enlistment had expired.

Contents

1 Service
2 Casualties
3 Commanders
4 References
5 See also

Service[edit]
The 1st West Virginia Veteran Volunteer Infantry Regiment was mustered into Federal service on November 9, 1864, composed of re-enlisting veterans from the 5th and the 9th West Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiments
The regiment was mustered out of Federal service on July 21, 1865.
Casualties[edit]

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Commanders[edit]

Colonel William Henry Enochs

References[edit]

The Civil War Archive

See also[edit]

West Virginia Units in the Civil War
1st West Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment (3 Month)
1st West Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment (3 Year)
West Virginia in the Civil War

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