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53RD MARYLAND INFANTRY REGIMENT (MILITIA)

490 MEN TOTAL

ARMORY: CARROLL HALL

COL. BENJAMIN HUGER (COMMANDER)

  • COMPANY A (INDEPENDENT GREYS) CAPT. LYLE CLARKE
  • COMPANY B (MARYLAND GUARD) CAPT. HENRY D. LONEY
  • COMPANY C (MARYLAND GUARD) CAPT. HARRY D.G. CARROLL JR.
  • COMPANY D (MARYLAND GUARD) CAPT. WILLIAM H. MURRAY
  • COMPANY E (MARYLAND GUARD) CAPT. RICHARD CONWAY
  • COMPANY F (MARYLAND GUARD) CAPT. WILLIAM WOODVILLE JR.
  • COMPANY G (MARYLAND GUARD) CAPT. WILLIAM C. PENNINGTON
  • COMPANY H (INDEPENDENT GREYS) CAPT. BENJAMIN SIMPSON
  • COMPANY I (INDEPENDENT GREYS) CAPT. THOMAS B. ALLARD
  • MARYLAND GUARD BAND AND DRUM CORPS-DRUM MAJ. CHARLES M. CHAD

NOTE: WHEN THE MARYLAND MILITIA WAS CALLED TO ARMS THE DAY AFTER THE APRIL 19, 1861 “BALTIMORE RIOTS”, THE OVERALL COMMAND OF MARYLAND MILITIA WAS UNDER MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE H. STEUART SR (FATHER OF GEORGE H. “MARYLAND” STEUART-SOON TO BE COLONEL OF THE 1ST MARYLAND INFANTRY REGIMENT CSA AND LATER BRIGADIER GENERAL IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY.17352413_770693389760554_30_96_hr.jpg

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