37th Regiment, New Jersey Volunteer Infantry


Organized at Camp Delaware, Trenton, N.J. and mustered in June 23, 1864. Left State for City Point, Va., June 28. Siege operations against Petersburg and Richmond, Va., July 1 to September 26, 1864. Attached  to 10th Army Corps, Unassigned, Army of the James, Dept. of Virginia, and North Carolina.



    Fatigue duty at Point of Rocks, Va., and at Redoubt Converse on Spring Hill, near Appomattox River, till August 28.

    Assigned to duty by detachments, at Broadway Landing, unloading vessels, at Corps Headquarters, with the Ambulance Corps.

    At Point of Rocks in charge of Commissary Department.

    Duty in trenches before Petersburg, Va., in rear of Hare House Battery August 28-September 25.

   Ordered to Trenton, N.J., September 26.

    Mustered out at Trenton, N.J., October 1, 1864.


Regiment lost during service 5 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 1 Officer and 13 Enlisted men by disease. Total 19.



Orders Issued to the

37th Regiment, NJVI


Before Petersburg, Va., September 25, 1864.

The Thirty-seventh New Jersey Volunteers, on the 26th instant, will leave for Trenton, N.J., reporting to the superintendent of recruiting service of that State, to be mustered out of service at the expiration of its enlistment. The major-general commanding cannot part with this regiment of 100-days' men without expressing his gratification and satisfaction with their conduct. They have endured fatigue, encountered the rebel foe like good soldiers, and have gained the esteem of the veterans of this corps. He is confident that when they return to New Jersey, a State that has furnished such soldiers as Kearny, Mott, Torbert, they will continue to sustain the veterans they have left at the front, doing what Sherman advised, "fighting this out like men." The major-general commanding will be pleased to assist the commanding officer of this regiment in reorganizing it to aid in the finale of the rebellion in conjunction with this corps. The quartermaster's department will furnish transportation.

By command of Maj. Gen. D. B. Birney:


 Assistant Adjutant-General.