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1865. ( the Regiment was furloughed for two months and transferred
to Beale's Brigade, East Virginia, W. H. F. Lee's Division.)

Quaker Road, Va., March 29.

White Oak Road, Va., March 31. Isaac Friend wounded second time.

Five Forks, Va., April 1. Henry P. Dickerson, Albert Moses and George W. Read wounded.

Avery's Church Road, Va., April 4. Hunter H. Marshall, Jr., killed.

Amelia Springs, Va., April 5.

Jetersville, Va., April 6.

Deatonsville, Va., April 6.

High Bridge, Va., April 6.

Farmville, Va., April 7. Dallas Kent wounded.

Appomattox C. H., Va., April 9. M. C. Morris wounded. Henry Dice killed.

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