The 176th Regiment Infantry lost 2 officers and 30 enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 2 officers and 146 enlisted men to disease during the Civil War.
January 10, 1863
|Organized at New York under Colonel Mark Hoyt, who was forced to resign for medical reasons before the regiment finshed its organization.|
|December 22||Nine companies mustered in under Colonel Charles C. Nott, Lieutenant Colonel Augustine J. H. Dugame and Major Morgan Morrgan, Jr.|
|January 10||Company K mustered in|
|January 11||Left State for New Orleans, La.|
|January||Duty in the District of LaFourche, Defenses of New Orleans, La., Dept. of the Gulf, guarding lines of New Orleans & Opelousas Railroad at Brashear City, LaFourche Crossing, Tigerville, Bonnet Carte, and other points|
|June 17 and 19||Actions at Pattersonville|
The regment was commanded by Major Morgan and lost 4 men killed or mortally wounded, 11 men wounded, and 1 man missing.
Company D lost 10 men captured
Fort Buchanan and Bayou Boeuf
The regiment lost Captain Cutter and 9 men killed or mortally wounded, 2 men wounded, and 19 officers and 406 men captured. Companies A, F, and I were captured in their entirety, as well as Colonel Nott, Lieutenant Colonel Duganne, Captains William Coe and S. Thomison and Lieutenants L.W. Stevenson, Sherman, D. G. Gillette, D.G. Wellington, J.D. Fry, J. Babcock, T.F. Petrie and J.F. Kimball. The regiment’s baggage and even knapsacks, haveracks and canteens were lost.
Captain Charles Barber took command of the remnants of the regiment, 156 men.
|June 23||Brashear City|
|November 16||Nine months men discharged|
|December 24||Captain Charles Lewis of the 159th New York mustered in as major|
|January 4||Ordered to Franklin, La.|
|February||Attached to 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, 19th Army Corps, Dept. of the Gulf|
|April 15-May 22||Red River Campaign|
|April 15-18||Moved from Carrollton to Alexandria|
|April 19||At Alexandria|
|May 3||Gov. Moore’s Plantation|
|May 5||Wilson’s Farm|
|May 13-20||Retreat to Morganza|
|June||Assigned to 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division, 19th Army Corps, Dept. of the Gulf|
|July 3-29||Moved to New Orleans, then to Fortress Monroe, Va., and Washington, D.C.|
|July 26||Colonel Nott, Lieutenant Colonel Duganne, and many of the men captured at Brashear City were released in an exchange of prisoners.|
|Sheridan’s Shenandoah Valley Campaign. Assigned to Army of the Shenandoah, Middle Military Division, 19th Corps, 2nd Division, 3rd Brigade|
|August 8||Colonel Nott mustered out|
The regiment lost 8 men killed or mortally wounded, 3 officers and 27 men wounded, and 9 men missing.
The regiment lost 1 man killed and 1 man wounded, capturing four Confederate guns.
The regiment lost 1 officer and 7 men killed or mortally wounded, 4 officers and 10 men wounded, and 1 officer and 30 men missing.
|October-January||At Kernstown and Winchester|
|December 19||Lieutenant Colonel Dugane mustered out for disability. Major Lewis promoted to lieutenant colonel with rank to November 15|
|January 5-22||Moved to Savannah, Ga. assigned to 3rd Brigade, Grover’s Division, District of Savannah, Dept. of the South|
|February 20||Colonel Ambrose Stevens of the 123rd New York mustered in as colonel|
|March 5||Moved to Wilmington, N. C. and assigned to 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 10th Army Corps, Dept. of North Carolina|
|March 10||To Morehead City|
|April 8||Moved to Goldsboro, N. C|
|May 2-7||Moved to Savannah. Duty there and the Districts of Augusta, Columbus and Macon, Ga., Dept. of Georgia|
|July||Assigned to Districts of Augusta and Columbus, Ga., Dept. of Georgia|
|September 12||Colonel Stevens musters out|
|April 27||Mustered out at Savannah, Ga. under Lieutenant Colonel Charles Lewis|