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John D. Billings, The history of the Tenth Massachusetts battery of light artillery in the war of the rebellion 2 0 Browse Search
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and D. C. Blackmer. Sept. 27. Private Henry Murphy detailed to provost marshal's headquarters, 2nd Corps, agreeably to Special Order. Sept. 29. One horse died—Glanders. Sept. 30. Serg't Chandler Gould sent to general hospital Sept. 26. Oct. 1. Private Harmon Newton died at Lincoln General Hospital, Washington, D. C., of Phthisis Sept. 18, 1864. Oct. 2. Ten (10) enlisted men returned from Battery K 4th U. S Art'y, viz:—T. A. Carter, P. T. Hill, John Handlin, A. W. Smith, J. T. Sanderson, M. Haley, M. Campbell, M. B. O'Neil, J. D. Schwartz, R. C. Wright. James (?) Moran, Surgeon's Orderly, Art'y Brigade, Privates J. D. Smith and H. Warburton sent to general hospital Sept. 28, by S. 0. 249 Headquarters 2nd Corps. Private W. M. Bastable deserted instead of absent sick, May 19, 1864. Oct. 3. One horse died—Glanders. Oct. 4. One horse died.—Glanders. One recruit received.—Elisha T. Quimby. Oct. 5. Two horses died—Glanders and Stoppage. Private H. Murphy retur