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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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ompany C: First Sergeant H. H. Collins, wounded in the hand at Cypress Swamp, December seventh, 1864; Quartermaster Sergeant W. C. Conley, wounded and missing; private Francis Trainer, and E. E. Chase, missing, in the same action; private John E. Bell, wounded December ninth, 1864. Company D: private Joseph Rivett, wounded slightly in the hip at Griswold, November twentieth, 1864; private Eli Metty, wounded in the hand at Waynesboro, December fourth, 1864. Company E: Veterinary Surgeon Oren Holden, and Sergeant F. H. Colvin, missing in action at Cypress Swamp, December seventh, 1864; private George Leinback, wounded in the right leg at Buckhead, November twenty-eighth, 1864. Company G: Quartermaster Jacob N. Jennings, wounded in the thigh at Cypress Swamp, December 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, missi