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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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ties and desertions: Name.Rank.Co.When.Remarks. Terence Sweeney,Priv'teDDec. 14, ‘64Wounded from enemy's battery. James Dooley,Corp'lCDec. 13, ‘64Deserted to enemy. --Bennerman,Priv'teCDec. 13, ‘64Deserted to enemy. John Gardner,Priv'teDDec. 13, ‘64Deserted to enemy. Charles Chapman,Priv'teIDec. 13, ‘64Deserted to enemy. Adam Wetzel,Priv'teKDec. 12, ‘64Deserted to enemy. Francis Mc Carthy,Priv'teKDec. 12, ‘64Deserted to enemy. John Smith,Priv'teKDec. 12, ‘64Deserted to enemy. Charles Wagner,Priv'teKDec. 12, ‘64Deserted to enemy. G. W. Mindil, Colonel Commanding Thirty-third New-Jersey Volunteers. Major Hoyt's Report. Report of the One Hundred and Thirty-fourth New York Volunteers, from he capture of Atlanta, Ga., September second, 1864, to the twenty-first of December, 1864, when the regiment entered the city of Savannah, Ga. September 2, 1864.--The regiment, commanded by Captain Otis Griffin, company F, was ordered to march at twelve m. Advanced