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Sixth Battalion Armory guard.

The companies composing this command were the Ordnance Corps, of fifty men and three artificers—Joseph D. Gurley, Neill L. Monroe, and Alexander McDonald. Thomas Stevens, an old United States army sergeant, was appointed by Major Booth as ordnance sergeant and commissary and quartermaster-sergeant of the post.

The special duty of the Ordnance Corps was to perform guard duty. It was Company A, of the battalion.

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