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fight at Gettysburg, July 1, 1863.
Paper read before the Lebanon county Historical Society, October 18, 1907, by J. H. Bassler, late Captain of the Color Company.
The Reverend J. T. Lumpkin, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, enjoys tthe prosecution of this claim. Luther G. Witt, Notary Public.
Minersville, Schuylkill Co., Pa., May 3rd, 1907. Capt. J. H. Bassler, Myerstown, Pa.,
Dear Sir and Comrade:—I hereby respectfully refer Capt. Gamble to my statement in your Reminisaking for the regiment at the top of his speed.
soldiers' home, N. D. V. S., Central branch, May 11th, 1907. To Capt. J. H. Bassler,
Dear Comrade:—Below find my sworn statement to be sent by you to Capt. Gamble, to assist him in getting at thected noting down the name of this comrade, as I was very weak then and my water soaked diary was not within my reach. J. H. Bassler, Late Captain Co. C., 149th Regiment Pa. Vol's.
Sworn and subscribed before me this fourth day of June, A. D. ,