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'Died September 5, 1863 of wounds received at (Battle of) Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (on) July 3, 1863.'

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 2

Made 22 Sep 2012

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by profession a Bootmaker

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Made 22 Sep 2012

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(Attn: Misfiled page #5) NUTTS, William ; Brazos Santiago U.S. Army Post Hospital ; Sept 12, 1865.

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 5

Made 22 Sep 2012

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Musician. Black complexiion, hair & eyes.

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 2

Made 22 Sep 2012

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'Killed in Action at Henark, VA ; June 12, 1864.'

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 2

Made 22 Sep 2012

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'by profession a Stone Cutter '

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 2

Made 22 Sep 2012

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Footnote: 'This Soldier had no Descriptive List / He was Transferred from Stanton Genl Hospital to McDougall Genl Hospital. Fort Schuyler, New York Hospital...

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 2

Made 22 Sep 2012

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"* This Recruit's name is William Masterson and not Charles Matherson as stated in communication... December 9, 1867."

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 2

Made 22 Sep 2012

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'died of cholera at Tybee Island, Georgia , (on) July 24, 1866.'

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 2

Made 22 Sep 2012

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(Attn: Misfiled Soldier, Pg 7): TWINLEY, John F.; Corporal, Company D, 3rd Regt U.S. CAVALRY.

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 7

Made 22 Sep 2012

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'Killed in action against the Texan Rebel Forces at Val Verdi, New Mexico, (on) February 21, 1862' ; age 26.

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 2

Made 22 Sep 2012

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(ATTN: MISFILED SCANS Pg 6&7)

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 6

Made 22 Sep 2012

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(MISFILED) NUTTS, Wm; Company B, 2nd Regiment, U.S. Artillary.

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 4

Made 22 Sep 2012

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Died September 28, 1868 from wounds received April 29, 1868.

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 37

Made 22 Sep 2012

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Wounded April 29, 1868

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 38

Made 22 Sep 2012

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'Died of wounds received in action with hostile Indians (on North fork of Red river, Sept 29th 1872) Die October 11, 1872.'

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 29

Made 22 Sep 2012

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a Musician by profession.

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Made 22 Sep 2012

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Residence unknown. Buried in Chalmette National Cemetery.

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 10

Made 22 Sep 2012

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'Injuries of head & Spine caused by jumping from C. Boyle's window near Rail Road Depot, Tuesday night, 10 o'clock....'

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 20

Made 22 Sep 2012

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Killed in Action; Black complexion, hair & eyes; 'by Profession a Cook was enlisted by Lt Sullivan in the Field of George on the 1st day of August 1864...'

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 2

Made 22 Sep 2012

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