Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Cutshaw” in chapter 1.1 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 6.:
...o days fasting, marching and fighting was not uncommon, and there were times when no rations were issued for three or four days. On one march, from Petersburg to Appomattox, no rations were issued to Cutshaw 's battalion of artillery for one entire week, and the men subsisted on the corn intended for the battery horses, raw bacon captured from the enemy, and the water of springs, creeks and rivers. No d...
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|†||Cutshaw||142||29||10||3||0 user votes|
|W. E. Cutshaw||82||0||18||0||0 user votes|
|A. Q. M. Cutshaw||50||0||0||0||0 user votes|
|Wilfred E. Cutshaw||20||0||6||0||0 user votes|
|George W. Cutshaw||1||0||1||0||0 user votes|
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