5th Vermont Infantry
The 5th Vermont Infantry was part of the Army of the Potomac, in the Vermont Brigade of the Sixth Army Corps.  It included a total of 1618 soldiers. The regiment was mustered into Federal service on September 16, 1861, at St. Albans, Vermont. The regiment lost during service: 201 men killed and mortally wounded, 4 died from accident, 1 executed, 21 died in Confederate prisons and 112 died from disease; total loss: 339. The regiment mustered out of service on June 29, 1865. 
The 5th Regiment participated in the (listed chronologically): 
- Defense of Washington
- Siege of Yorktown
- Battle of Williamsburg
- Battle of Garnett's & Golding's Farm
- Battle of Savage's Station
- Maryland Campaign
- Battle of Crampton's Gap
- Battle of Antietam
- Battle of Fredericksburg
- Battle of Salem Church
- Battle of Gettysburg
- Battle of the Wilderness
- Battle of Spotsylvania Court House
- Battle of Cold Harbor
- Battle of Cedar Creek
- Third Battle of Petersburg
- Battle of Appomattox Court House
- Charles G. Gould, Captain and Medal of Honor recipient.
- Lewis A. Grant, Major in the 5th VVI and Medal of Honor recipient.
- Jackson Sargent, Medal of Honor recipient.
- Robert Pratt, Captain in the 5th VVI and Mayor of Minneapolis, MN.
- "Vermont Civil War, Lest We Forget". www.vermontcivilwar.org. Retrieved 2018-03-18.
- "5th Vermont Infantry". antietam.aotw.org. Retrieved 2018-03-18.
- The Union Army: A History of Military Affairs in the Loyal States 1861-65. Madison, WI.: Federal Publishing Company, 1908, pp. 110-111.
- "5th Vermont Volunteer Infantry Regiment". The Civil War in the East. Retrieved 2018-03-18.
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