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d was commissioned as First Lieutenant in the 29th Unattached Co. of Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, and William E. Endicott as Second Lieutenant in the 30th Unattached Co.; but the latter did not accept his commission.
He was a prisoner of war at the time but later declared his preference for the post of a cannoneer to that of a line officer in either Heavy Artillery or Infantry.
Aug. 26. Private A. B. Spooner died of Chronic Diarrhea at General Hospital, Brattleboro, Vt., Aug. 20, 1864.
Aug. 27. B. G. Hooper sent to brigade hospital.
Received notice of 20 days leave granted Capt. Sleeper, Gen. Orders 229 Headquarters Army of Potomac Aug. 25, 1864.
Aug. 28. Privates Foster, Goodwin, Starkweather, Ewell, Devereux, and 0. P. Brown sent to hospital.
Aug. 29. Four horses shot by order Capt. Miller —Glanders, farcy and wounds.
Aug. 30. E. J. Wilson and R. G. Gilley temporarily detached at Artillery Brigade Headquarters.
Died Aug. 27,