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Re: North Carolina's Union Regiments
Posted by: kim hughes (ID *****3590) Date: November 01, 2007 at 12:36:48
In Reply to: Re: North Carolina's Union Regiments by kim hughes of 780

Where can I get a copy of that book? I just received Isaac Saylor's pension record. He had to go through a deposition and have several witnesses to prove that his disability occurred during the war. Its very interesting because he gives detailed locations on when and where the incidents happened of his accident and what was going on around them. I haven't finished reading it, but I will let you know if I run across those names.


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