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Isaac O. Best, History of the 121st New York State Infantry, Chapter 20: Appomattox and after (search)
rs mustered to full ranks Returns to Washington and 121st is mustered out at Halls Hill, Va The battle of Sailor's Creek to the 6th Corps was of special interest,. On the 23d it began its march from Richmond to Washington and arrived near Hall's Hill on the 2d of June, about five miles from Washington, and just outside of Georgetown. Hall's Hill will always be associated with the 121st New York because it is the place given on the muster out rolls of the regiment. This part of the joot where General Sedgwick was killed. From the 2d of June when we reached Hall's Hill till the 27th the time was spent in making out the muster out papers of the the 65th New York Veteran Volunteers. The total number of men discharged at Hall's Hill was 320, of whom 275 were original members of the regiment and 45 recruits arought no relief from work in the line to which he had been accustomed. At Hall's Hill he was set to making out muster out rolls, and at Albany his time was employ