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Jim Johnson (search for this): chapter 30
to the front toward Purdy, and another south on the cross-road toward Corinth. A negro whom I met stated, after an examination, that he came from the farm of a Mr. Johnson, 2 miles distant, where about 150 to 200 Southern cavalry were stationed, and had been there since Tuesday last. He also stated that 1 mile farther another boI formed a line of battle and proceeded with a squad of men to investigate the place. Upon close approaching, a flag of truce appeared, to inform themselves of Jim Johnson, of the Confederate Army. Upon questioning them, Major --, of the Second Indiana Cavalry, came up and consulted me in regard to the same. We concluded to send an officer of the Second Indiana Cavalry to conduct the colonel and son of the above-named Johnson under flag of truce, both of the Confederate Army, to the commanding general of this field, seeing the infantry and cavalry pickets at the above-mentioned place of the Confederate Army. B. Marschner, Captain Company A, Commandin
April 13th, 1862 AD (search for this): chapter 30
April 13, 1862.--reconnaissances on the Corinth (Miss.) and Purdy (Tenn.) roads. Reports, etc. No. 1.-Capt. John H. Hammond, Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. Army, with instructions to Major T. John H. Hammond, Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. Army. headquarters Fifth Division, April 13, 1862. Sir: I inclose herewith the report of Major Thielemann, who is an experienced officer. t Adjutant-General. Major Rawlins, Assistant Adjutant-General. headquarters Fifth Division, April 13, 1862. Sir: You are hereby directed to take two companies of your cavalry and make a thorough ehielemann, lhielemamn's Battalion Illinois, Cavalry. headquarters Thielemann's Cavalry, April 13, 1862. In obedience to an order from General Sherman's headquarters I proceeded with my commandully, yours, Chr. Thieleman, Major. No. 3.-report of Capt. Berthold Marschner. April 13, 1862. In obedience to orders from Major Thielemann, commanding battalion, Capt. B. Marschner a
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