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William Hunter Dulany to William Selwyn Ball

Uncle and Nephew

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William Selwyn Ball to Mottrom Dulany Ball

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Benjamin A Forester to emorylandon

Great great great grandfather

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Edward H Bassett to Battle of Gettysburg

Edward participated in the First’s storied charge at Gettysburg and while his letters down play the severity of the fight for consumption at home, an inventory of his uniform taken after the charge showed, that while he was not wounded, he had a bullet holes in his hat and his shirt, a bullet tore off his knapsack, and another the heel of his shoe.

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First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment to Battle of Fredericksburg

On December 11, 1862, the First Minnesota joined the battle at Fredericksburg, Maryland. They were stationed on the right of the Union line. From there they witnessed the fruitless assault on the Confederate position at Marye’s Heights. Originally ordered into the attack, the orders were countermanded and the 1st was not engaged in the worst of the fighting.

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Edward H Bassett to Battle of Fredericksburg

Edward later wrote about the event. “It was some of the hardest fighting I have ever seen. Our Regt. was ordered to charge, but it was countered, so we did not get into the hardest part of the fight. On the 14th we lay on one of the principal streets of the city all day. We were on picket again that night, and remained until about ten o’clock the night of the 15th. The last night on picket we dug rifle pits, and we laid in them all day. If a man showed his head he got a bullet after him. The Penn. Regt. on our right pulled out and left our left flank exposed, but the rebs didn’t attack. It would have been pretty rough for us if they had. I was hit for the first time by a piece of shell, it was about spent and did no harm.” He wrote to his parents saying. “The shell burst in front of where our Co. was seting on the ground behind a tight board fence & one piece struck me on the bottom of my foot but it had lost its speed & did no damage.”

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William Colvill to Edward H Bassett

Edward mustered out with the regiment on May 5, 1864. He chose not to reenlist in the First Battalion, but on Feb 21, 1865, he enlisted in Company L of the First Minnesota Heavy Artillery. Several men from his old unit were in service with this unit, including his former commander, Col. William Colvill.

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Edward H Bassett to First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment

Edward left behind 218 letters written in a clear hand that would reflect the effects of difficult fighting and marching on this young soldier by becoming cramped and shaky.

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Andrew S Larsen to rlarse949

child

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Edward H Bassett to Edward H Bassett

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Alfred A C Williams to A A C Williams

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Alfred A C Williams to Alfred A C Williams

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Henry D O'Brien to William N Irvine

On July 3rd, during the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg, while repulsing Pickett’s charge, Corporal Irvine took control of the First Minnesota battle flag after Corporal Henry D. O’Brien was shot.

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Christopher B Heffelfinger to Christopher B Heffelfinger

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William Hunter Dulany to Mottrom Dulany Ball

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Reuben Armstrong to a11225us597

G Grandfather

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John Armstrong to a11225us597

GG Grandfather

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Al Jay Fowler to DrRitaBaker2

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William N Irvine to First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment

On July 3rd, during the repulse of Pickett's charge Corporal Irvine took charge of the flag after Corporal O'Brien was shot. On June 18, 1864, while carrying the flag forward, during the fight, Irvine was shot in the forehead, and died 10 days later. Buried in Arlington National Cemetery

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Melvin A Moses to Melvin A Moses

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