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onary Ridge, two battles around Atlanta; Franklin, Tenn., and Bentonville, N. C. He surrendered atrmington, Saltville, Va., and Jackson and Franklin, Tenn. In 1867 Mr. Bays entered the ministry of in every engagement of the regiment up to Franklin, Tenn., where he was again severely wounded.
HePeachtree Creek, Atlanta, Jonesboro, Ga.; Franklin, Tenn.; Nashville, Tenn.; Bentonville, N. C., anthe fall of 1864, by a minie ball, and at Franklin, Tenn., was hit a second time, and also twice ata, July 22d; Atlanta, July 28; Jonesboro, Franklin, Tenn.; Nashville, and Bentonville, including alaround Atlanta, and the bloody contest at Franklin, Tenn. On July 22, 1864, in the battle to the ea the following engagements: Murfreesboro, Franklin, Tenn.; Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Atlanta, Decatur, Ala.; Columbia, Spring Hill and Franklin, Tenn., where he was wounded, reporting again fo the latter fight he marched with Hood to Franklin, Tenn., where he commanded his company.