The 34th Virginia is an regiment That was recently created.
We have an Company A (European & United Kingdom) and
Company B. (North America) Both Company's have their event
schedules. That's the reason That we focus on having for each
member in our regiment an schedule That fits for him. We also
focus on our attendance, whenever we expect That you are active.
Our main goal is to make connection's whit our members and be friends.
The 34th 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 with the Army
of Northern Virginia. The 34th Virginia was organized in May 1864 with men
from Norfolk, Richmond, and Yorktown, and the counties of Gloucester, Mecklenburg,
Bedford, Greene, and King and Queen. For almost two years the unit served as heavy
artillery attached to the Department of Richmond and was known as the 4th Heavy Artillery.
In May, 1864, it was assigned to Wise's Brigade as infantry. It participated in the long Petersburg
siege south of the James River, and saw action in various conflicts around Appomattox.
It contained 466 effectives in June, 1862, and surrendered 14 officers and 210 men.
The field officers were Colonel John T. Goode, Lieutenant Colonel Randolph Harrison, and Major John R. Bagb
Lieutenant Colonel (LtCol)
1st Lieutenant (1stLt)
2nd Lieutenant (2ndLt)
Sergeant major (SgtMaj)
Quartermaster sergeant (QmSgt)
1st Sergeant (1stSgt)
Staff Sergeant (SSgt)
Lance Corperal (LCpl)
Private First Class (Pfc)
Veteran Private (VetPvt)
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