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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Twelfth Georgia Infantry. (search)
fficulty and of very grave importance, and one giving me much anxiety. I travelled a few miles with a man by the name of Taylor, who has a wounded brother in my regiment. He informed me that the disposition on the part of my men was not to re enlis alone has induced me to make it. Whatever your determination may be will be agreeable to me. In the conversation with Taylor he expressed strong suspicion of a Mr. Kerr living near your camp. I feel it my duty to call your attention to Mr. Kerr. Taylor thinks he and Slaten are too intimate. With the force now here and on the way, if the enemy advance, I will have to give them the main fight at the pass two miles beyond this. With a force at the bridge, there are several points at whichof Spotsylvania county, Va. [10] list of the casualties in the Twelfth Georgia regiment. Company A. Private J. M. Taylor, killed. J. Livingston, severely wounded. H. Edwards, slightly wounded. C. Redding, slightly wounded.