Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Jacob W. Morton” in chapter 1.37 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24.:
...ergeant, killed at South Mountain.
Robert A. Holt, fifth sergeant, wounded.
William T. Guill, first corporal, a color guard, and killed at Gettysburg.
Stanard Booker, second corporal.
Jacob W. Morton , third corporal, wounded at Gettysburg, and captured.
W. W. Berkeley, fourth corporal.
Allen, Joseph, dead; Baker, Elijah, killed at Gettysburg; Baker, John E., died during the war; Beas...
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