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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Affidavit of Supervisors of Co. C, 149th regiment. Pa. Vols. (search)
gave him my reasons for doubting the claim. Jack (lid not tell me that he was a candidate for a er of the 150th, P. V., I learned the nature of Jack's claim; Kensill had asked for his recommendati whereupon he said that he himself thought that Jack was a little gone in the head. I procured the of the magazine, of which more anon. After Jack's return to Fort Wayne in February, 1882, he an us had been on the ground since July, 1863. Jack so persistently stuck to his story of a recaptur thoroughly. I soon developed the fact that Jack had been wounded inside of twenty minutes afterto Capt. Bassler, asking him for a copy of his (Jack's) first letter, so as to know exactly what clarch 17th, 1884, and in reply received a copy of Jack's first letter, which you informed me was in answer to a letter of inquiry addressed by you to Jack after reading his claim in St. Nicholas. This years in the navy and was well-known as Sailor-Jack; he was a good comrade and gallant soldier. I [1 more...]