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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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r which nothing worthy of note transpired. The following is a list of the prisoners taken by the Ninth New-York volunteers, on or near the battle-field at South-Mills, Camden County, April 19, 1862: D. E. Elder, company L, Third regiment Georgia volunteers. James Y. Banes, company B, Third regiment Georgia volunteers. Hardey Jennigan, company C, Third regiment Georgia volunteers. Falman Berry, supposed North-Carolina militia. Peter Sawyer, supposed North-Carolina militia. Tinley Brown, supposed North-Carolina militia. Lemuel Sawyer, supposed North--Carolina militia. Wm. Williams, supposed North-Carolina militia. Benjamin Clark, supposed North-Carolina militia. In conclusion, allow me again to express my thanks to every officer and man of the regiment engaged in this action, and to bear testimony to their coolness under the hottest of fires, and general good conduct as soldiers under all circumstances, and also to express our united thanks and gratitude to y