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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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seventh, 1864; private Henry Myre, killed November twenty-eighth, 1864. Company H: Sergeant James Bothwell, wounded slightly at Cypress Swamp, December seventh, 1864. Company I: Sergeant Charles Doyle, missing, in action at Cypress Swamp, December seventh, 1864. Company K: private Martin Quinn, wounded in the right leg at Waynesboro, December fourth, 1864. Company L: Corporal James N. Cromwell and private Charles Souls, killed; W. H. Brownell, wounded in the right shoulder. Timothy Edmonds, wounded in the hip — all at Waynesboro, December fourth, 1864. Peter Runions, wounded and missing at Cypress Swamp, December seventh, 1864. Company M: Jacob Allemany, wounded in action at Waynesboro, December fourth, 1864. Killed, seven; wounded, thirteen; missing, twelve. George S. Acker, Colonel Commanding Regiment. Thomas E. Camburn, Acting Adjutant. Lieutenant Colonel Van Buskirk's Report. headquarters Ninety-Second Illinois volunteers, mounted infantry, near Sava