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On detailed duty at Atlanta, Georgia, fot month of February , 1864.

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Occupation: Boot Maker. Pay rate is $3.00 per day.

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Deposition of Julia A. Bennett, (with her signature) widow of Pvt. John C. BENNETT.

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Paroled May 3, 1865, at Hillsboro, North Carolina, under terms of a military convention of April 26, 1865.

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Absent. Detached with artillery by order of Gen WHEELER. June 30, 1864.

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Absent on detail / to remount by order of General JOHNSON. February 29, 1864.

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Page 11

General Stewart's Escort Company.

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Page 4

Appointed Orderly Sergt on November 10, 1863.

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Page 8

J.E. BARNETT 's Gray Horse Killed in Action at Charleston, Tennessee on 28 Dec 1863. Paid $300.00 on 9 Feb 1864.

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J.E. BARNETT. Horse Killed in Action at Charleston, Tennessee. $300.00 on 28 Dec 1863. Paid 9 Feb 1864.

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Page 6

Absent. With Wagon Train.

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Page 2

BARNETT, Joberry E. ; a Farrier, Company C, 10th Regiment Confederate Cavalry.

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Page 3

'Remarks: Deserted about 1st July 1864.'

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Page 35

99 Haversacks , cloth; and, 99 Canteens with straps Tin C. & cloth stops. March 11, 1862.

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Page 10

BARNES, N T. ; Captain. POW. While Prisoner died & was buried on Johnson's Island , Ohio, on January 10, 1864. Was listed also listed as F.M. BARNES.

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Page 8

Prisoner of War.

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Page 7

Prisoner of War; Captured Big Hill, Kentucky on July 30, 1863.

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Page 5

BARNES, N. T. ; promoted to the rank of Captain on May 16, 1862. DIed January 8, 1864.

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BARNES, A. L. ; 3rd Sgt.; farmer, of Butts, Georgia.

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Page 3

Date of Death: January 28, 1863; A.Q. BARNES of Talladega, Alabama.

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