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Descriptive books (regimental and company), 1861-1864.

Author: Pennsylvania. Adjutant-General's Office.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : Master microform : English
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A record of soldiers attached to the 48th Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers, Companies A-K (1861); the 1st Artillery, 43rd Regiment, Pennsylvnaia Reserve Volunteer Corps, Batteries A-H (1861-1864); Battery M of the 5th Artillery (1861); the 122nd Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers, Infantry, Company K (1862-1863); the 46th Infantry Regiment, Company K, Pennsylvania Volunteer Emergency Militia (1863); and the 1st  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Pennsylvania. Adjutant-General's Office.
OCLC Number: 17268487
Description: 0.62 cubic ft. (5 v.)

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A record of soldiers attached to the 48th Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers, Companies A-K (1861); the 1st Artillery, 43rd Regiment, Pennsylvnaia Reserve Volunteer Corps, Batteries A-H (1861-1864); Battery M of the 5th Artillery (1861); the 122nd Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers, Infantry, Company K (1862-1863); the 46th Infantry Regiment, Company K, Pennsylvania Volunteer Emergency Militia (1863); and the 1st Battalion of the 22nd Regiment, U.S. Cavalry, Companies A-D (1863). A typical entry for non-commissioned officers might show the soldier's name, age, height, complexion, birthplace, previous occupation, and eye and hair color; the date, place and term of enlistment; the person who enlisted him; and the regiment and company to whch he was attached. Information concerning the death, desertion, discharge, promotion, rank or transfer of a soldiier is also fequently recorded.

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