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John D. Billings, The history of the Tenth Massachusetts battery of light artillery in the war of the rebellion 4 0 Browse Search
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, Henry L. Ewell and Everett J. Wilson permanently transferred to this Battery for the purpose of reenlistment agreeable to Special Order No. 2 H dq'r s 3rd Army Corps. Francis Loham reported to quarters. Jan. 5. Privates Jacob B. Sulham, Henry I. Ewell, and Everett J. Wilson were re-enlisted by Lieut. Asa Smith for Tenth Mass. Battery for 3 years from Jan. 4, 1864. Mustered out and re-mustered into the U. S. Vols. service this 5th day Jan'y 1864. Jan. 6. Private John Ramsdell and Francis Loham reported for duty. Four horses unserviceable. Jan. 7. Corp'l John H. Stevens and Leroy E. Hunt reported to quarters. Privates Sulham, Ewell and Wilson, re-enlisted veteran volunteers, started on 35 days furlough. Jan. 8. Corp'l Stevens reported for duty. Jan. 9. Received this P. M. from Brig. General Devens as recruits privates Michael B. O'Neil, Wm. M. Bastable, James Kay, T. (P)? Hill, John Nesbit. Jan. 10. Private John W. Bailey received furlough for 10 days to visit