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    2nd Maryland Volunteer Infantry (The Maryland Line) - Co. A & Co. B

    Enlist In The 2nd Maryland Volunteer Infantry Today!

    Rally behind the only Maryland Infantry Regiment and help Liberate Maryland or Defend it.

    We are the 2nd Maryland Volunteer Infantry or "The Maryland Line". We are fighting for what our fore fathers fought for. Our Rights! We had no choice but to leave our state and head for Virginia. Tyrannical Abe took our rights, our cities, and our right to govern ourselves under our own free will. He has marched over 10,000 men into our state. If we should never invade anyone else's homes then what say when he invades us! We are now embroiled in a fight not only to Liberate the Great State of Maryland but in a war, in this our Second War of Independence. In the days of the revolution Washington saw Maryland troops as the elites, "The Old Line" and know we must prove it again! Enlist Today!

    Rules:

    1. They must be respectful to everyone no matter the circumstance. This may be fellow members or players out with the Company. This also covers insulting someone, racism, retaliation in-game, bullying, trolling and discrimination. At all times you are representing the Company and must show the highest level of maturity.

    2. They must follow orders. This is extremely vital as you must follow orders given by your Commanding Officer or Superior, and must be done so without argument or hesitation. If you don't agree with the tactics being used by your Superior there is a time and place to bring your point forward. During events is not the time and you must respect their decisions.

    3. They must learn and train to become proficiently skilled soldier in tactics as well as skill. They must be able to act as line, skirms, cav, arty, and other. Must know melee and shooting skills. All DA rules must remembered. Learn how to charge and group fight as a team. Show No Mercy!

    4. They must remain active to be a useful contributor to the Company, attend trainings and events when you can and if not please inform us so that we know.

    4.5 Officers must be as and more disciplined than the Enlisted. They must know how to command, stay focused on the battle and not scream and yell random topics with the soldiers, and must make split second decisions while in battle.

    5. Extreme behavior and discipline is to be shown at all times no matter where you are. During line battles there is to be no head banging, fidgeting in line and aiming your weapon at a teammate. Members must use the Permission to Speak (PTS) system during events if requested by the commander. This is to avoid anyone speaking over the Commanding Officer when commands are being given and PTS must not be abused. During line battles the main chat is not be used by anyone except the Commander.

    6.
    Have Fun And Don’t Be A Scrub!

    TeamSpeak 3 is an extremely important for the Company. It is imperative that every member of the Company has TeamSpeak as it is needed for communication. The Company cannot function without this, therefore it is a requirement that every member has it. Rules for in game still apply on TeamSpeak. This is very important during events - off topic and unneeded chat will not be allowed. Members must also remain, going by our values, mature and respectful at all times.

    Rules are from the 1st Virginia Battalion with some alterations done by myself




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    Have You Played North and South Mod or Napoleonic Wars?
    Have You Ever Been In A Regiment/Army?
    Do You Understand The Rules?
    Do You Have A Microphone?
    Do You Agree On Being Active And Attending 1 training every 2 weeks and 2-3 events per week?



    Historical Names For Company A

    The Gallant Men of Company A

    COMPANY A.

    WILLIAM H. MURRAY, Captain.
    GEORGE THOMAS, Captain.
    CLAPHAM MURRAY, First Lieutenant.
    WILLIAM P. ZOLLINGER, Second Lieutenant.
    WILLIAM J. BLACKISTON, First Sergeant.
    JAMES F. PEARSON, Sergeant.
    JAMES W. THOMAS, Sergeant.
    EZEKIEL S. DORSEY, Sergeant.
    WILLIAM H. SMITH, Sergeant
    WILLIS BRANCOCK, Corporal.
    CHARLES E. MAGUIRE, Corporal.
    GEORGE DENTON, Corporal
    LAWRENCE K. THOMAS, Corporal.
    WILLIAM GANNON, Musician.

    Privates.

    ADAIR, WILLIAM R.
    BAILEY, WILLIAM T.
    BARRY, PHILIP.
    BOND, BENJAMIN F.
    BOND, JOHN.
    BOWDOIN, LLOYD.
    BOWLING, CHARLES F.
    BOWLING, THOMAS B.
    BOWLING, WALLACE.
    BRADDOCK, CHARLES S.
    BRYAN, EDMUND.
    BAXLEY, WILLIAM G. D.
    BRUCE, WILLIAM.
    BOWLY, W. H.
    BURCH, JOHN H.
    CLAYVILLE, MOSES.
    CAREY, JAMES E.
    CHANDLER, W. S. J.
    DAVIS, GEORGE W.
    DAVIS, JACOB N.
    DEALE, THEOPHILUS N.
    DURNER, JOHN F.
    EDELIN, WILLIAM J.
    EMORY, ALBERT T.
    FEIGE, CHARLES L.
    FITZGERALD, JOHN E.
    FREEMAN, BERNARD.
    FULTON, ALEXANDER.
    GALLAGHER, HOWARD L.
    GARDNER, WILLIAM F.
    GILL, SOMMERVILLE P.
    GLENN, SAMUEL T.
    GOODWIN, JOHN.
    GRAMMER, FREDERICK L.
    GRAYSON, SPENCE M.
    GROGAN, JAMES J.
    GANNON WILLIAM.
    HAMMETT, JOHN T.
    HANCE, WILLIAM H.
    HANSON, NOTLEY.
    HARRISON, THOMAS D.
    HARRISON, WILLIAM H.
    HENRY, JOHN C.
    HOERSTER, FREDERICK.
    HOPFMAN, WILLIAM H.
    HOLLYDAY, HENRY.
    HOLLYDAY, LAMAR.
    HOLLYDAY, WILLIAM H.
    HOPKINS, SAMUEL J.
    HOWARD, DAVID R.
    HUBBALL, BERNARD.
    HUNTER, JOHN I.
    HUGHES, ALEXANDER.
    HUBBARD, WILLIAM L.
    HEENAN, N.
    HARDESTY, JOHN W.
    IGLEHART, I. JAMES.
    IVES, LEONARD W.
    JENNINGS, BENJAMIN R.
    JOY, JOSEPH I.
    JAMES, EDWIN.
    KLEMKIEWIEZ, THAD. A.
    KENNEDY, ARTHUR.
    LAIRD, W. H.
    LOANE, WILLIAM T. J.
    LOWE, WILLIAM E.
    LOWE, WRIGHTSON L.
    LUCHESI, DAVID H.
    LAKE, CRAIG.
    LLOYD, T. CHARLES.
    LAKE, JOHN C.
    MARDEN, GEORGE M.
    MARNEY, JOHN.
    McCEVITT, ARTHUR.
    McCORMICK, LEWIS D.
    McCOURT, MICHAEL.
    McINTYRE, G. W.
    McCORMICK, H. A.
    MORRISON, WILBUR.*
    McDANIEL, JOHN W.
    McDONALD, PATRICK.
    MILLER, ANDREW T.
    MURRAY, ALEXANDER.
    NICOLAI, HERMAN.
    OWENS, HENRY C.
    O'BRIEN, THOMAS.
    O'DONOVAN, EDWARD.
    PARE, DAVID P.
    PHELPS, JAMES J.
    PEREGOY, JAMES A.
    PETERS, THOMAS.
    PORTER, WILLIAM J.
    PRENTISS, WILLIAM S.
    PHYFER, HENRY.
    PRATT, THOS. ST. GEORGE.
    PINDELL, PHILIP.
    QUINN, MICHAEL A.
    RALEY, JAMES S.
    SHANLEY, THOMAS E.
    SMITH, H. TILLARD.
    SOLLERS, ANDREW J.
    SOLLERS, SOMMERVILLE.
    STEELE, CHARLES H.
    STARLINGS, GEORGE C.
    SANDERSON, FRANK H.
    TAYLOR, GEORGE L.
    THELIN, WILLIAM T.
    TILGHMAN, RICHARD C.
    TREGO, JOHN L.
    TOY, JOSEPH L.
    TRAIL, CHARLES M.
    TRIPPE, ANDREW C.
    WAGNER, JOHN G.
    WEEMS, CHARLES H.
    WILLIAMS, JOHN P.
    WINDOLPH, JOHN H.
    WILSON, JOHN.
    WHITE, JAMES MCKENNY.
    ZOLLINGER, JACOB E.





    Historical Names For Company B

    The Gallant Men of Company B

    COMPANY B.

    J. PARRAN CRANE, Captain. (Name Switched to Charles T. Drury) *Reserved*
    FRANK W. WOOD, Captain.
    J. H. STONE, First Lieutenant.
    CHARLES B. WISE, Second Lieutenant.
    JAMES H. WILSON, Second Lieutenant.
    PHILIP T. REEDER, First Sergeant.
    JOHN G. BARBER, Sergeant.
    FRANCIS Z. FREEMAN, Sergeant.
    WITTINGHAM HAMMETT, Sergeant.
    THOMAS SIMMS, Sergeant.
    WILLIAM F. WHEATLEY, Corporal.
    JOHN Z. DOWNING, Corporal.
    ALBERT FENWICK, Corporal.
    CHARLES T. DRURY, Musician. (Name Switched to J. Parran Crane)

    Privates.

    ALVEY, JAMES P.
    ARTIS, JEREMIAH.
    BALL, DIONYSIUS.
    BAILEY, JAMES T. *Reserved*
    BEALE, ROBERT.
    BROWNE, GUSTAVUS.
    BOND, JAMES O. *Reserved*
    CHING, GARRETT.
    CHUNN, JOHN H.
    CLARK, JOHN £.
    CLARK, WILLIAM A.
    COMBS, EDGAR.
    CORRY, JAMES B.
    CORRY, HENRY.
    DENT, CLAY H.
    DELOZIER, GEORGE.
    DELOZIER, THOMAS J.
    DELOZIER, JOHN.
    DUKE, JOHN F.
    DRURY, WILLIAM C. *Reserved*
    DRURY, CHARLES T. *Reserved*
    EVANS, DALLAS J.
    FOXWELL, CHARLES J.
    FORD, HENRY.
    FREEMAN, MARION.
    FREEMAN, THOMAS S.
    GROVE, THOMAS F.
    HERBERT, WILLIAM.
    HERBERT, JAMES R.
    HAZELL, PATRICK.
    HAYDEN, GEORGE.
    HAYDEN, JOHN A.
    JENKINS, JAMES E.
    JENKINS, LEROY D.
    JUNGER, JOHN H.
    JOY, J. E.
    KEECH, JAMES H.
    LAMBSON, JAMES B.
    LONG, JEFF. T.
    MAGILL, THOMAS F.
    MATTHEWS, WILLIAM
    MILLS, JOHN C.
    MILLSTEAD, JOSEPH H.
    MORAN, RINALDO J.
    McLEOD, HARRY C.
    MOORE, WARREN F.
    NEAL, AUGUSTINE.
    PAGE, WILLIAM.
    PAGE, WASHINGTON.
    PARSONS, JAMES T.
    PENN, JOHN T.
    PAIGO, C. CRAIG.
    ROBERTSON, G. H.
    SEMMES, LEWIS S.
    SEMMES, H. F.
    SMITH, PETER P.
    SIMMS, W. H.
    TENNISON, BERNARD Z.
    TURNER, WILLIAM L.
    TURNER, HENRY.
    WILLS, JOHN W.
    WILLS, JAMES A.
    WISE, HENRY A.
    WOOD, WALTER. *Reserved*
    WHEATLEY, WILLIAM F.
    WEBSTER, JAMES R. *Reserved*




    Company A


    ______________________
    Commissioned Officers
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    -
    -
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    Non-Commissioned Officers
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
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    Enlisted men






    Company B



    __________________________
    Commissioned Officers
    - Captain Frank W. Wood
    - First Lieutenant George A. Zimmerman (1st Platoon)
    - Lieutenant J. Emory Gualt (2nd Platoon)
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    Non-Commissioned Officers
    - First Sergeant Joseph P. Brevett (All Sections) (Not Attached To Platoon But To Captain)
    - Sergeant Drkbowers (1st Section)
    - Sergeant Petey (2nd Section)
    - Corporal Dantheman (1st Section)
    - Corporal Chriswithakube (1st Section)
    - Corporal Weary Traveller (2nd Section)
    - Corporal Kjester (2nd Section)

    __________________________
    Enlisted men
    - Flag Bearer Gulver
    - Musician Jalardos
    - Private JAMES T. BAILEY
    - Private JAMES O. BOND
    - Private JOHN W. BOOTH
    - Private JOHN F. DUKE
    - Private JOHN C. LUKE
    - Private JAMES R. WEBSTER
    - Private xXLonewulf89Xx
    - Private Bobenation
    - Private DaveMatthews
    - Private Reaper
    - Private Gigglez
    - Private Elijah
    - Private Ranger75
    - Private BlindLongShlong
    - Private Attopax
    - Private Alexandertheok
    - Private Corporal_Kiff
    - Private PugglestheCow
    - Private Birdie T. Tucan
    - Private Cj
    - Private Ottokar
    - Private Erik
    - Private Zebulon_Vance
    - Private Crewkeck
    - Private Zander
    - Private Stone
    - Private SniperVee
    - Private Havok
    - Private Adrem
    - Private Tuby_Dubley
    - Private Maxwell
    - Private Wyatt
    - Private Baltimore Fox
    - Private Macieck
    - Private Ottakuw
    - Private Flesh
    - Private Raymoud Sluaghter

    Company strength: 48
    - Officers - 3
    - NCOs - 7
    - Enlisted men - 39












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    Regiment Tags: 2ndMD_company_rank_name
    Faction: Both USA and CSA (Maryland was a border state deal with it)

    Company A: "Maryland Line" (Line)
    Company B: "Baltimore Light Horse Artillery" (Artillery)

    Future Companies Reserved But Not Manned:
    Company C: "Dement's Artillery"
    Company D: "Ritter's Battery"
    Company E: "Chesapeake Battery"
    Company F: "Gilmor's Rangers" (Cavalry)
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    Ok, cool. I will however remain in the Union camp of said company. :P
    First Sergeant Joseph P. Brevett of Company B, 2nd Maryland Infantry

    We few, we happy few, we band of brothers;
    For he to-day that sheds his blood with me
    Shall be my brother; be he ne’er so vile,
    This day shall gentle his condition;- William Shakespeare, Henry V

    A Good Resource for The Maryland Campaign

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    Requesting All Marylanders To Join The 2nd Maryland Volunteer Infantry And Fight For Your State!
    If You Are Not In The State of Maryland Feel Free To Join!




    Signed Captain Frank W. Wood, 2nd Maryland Volunteer Infantry.
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