Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Kit Gilmer” in chapter 1.33, section c.1.33.3, page 64 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...te a few instances which came under my own observation.
The first two years of the war I served with Griffith's-Barksdale's Mississippi Brigade.
In the company I belonged to was a gallant fellow, Kit Gilmer , who was badly wounded at Sharpsburg.
Our wounded were placed in a large stone barn, near the battlefield.
When the army recrossed the Potomac, on Friday, September, 19, 1862, I ran into the barn...
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