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Civil War post called Glymont Landing
Posted by: robert stevens (ID *****9227) Date: November 30, 2009 at 15:20:00
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I am researching a unit that served under the Army of the Potomac, Provost General Patrick, at a place called "Glymont Landing" on the muster rolls. THis was from Fall 1863 until Spring 1864. Does anyone have information about this post? It was probably used for POWs or Yanks who ran afoul of military law.

Robert Stevens


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