Moses L. Whittemore of the 51st Ohio Volunteers: born to Daniel P. Whittemore and Lavina (sometimes Lovina) Goodhue Whittemore in Keene, OH, Moses Langley Whittemore
Freeman S. Dunklee of the 36th Illinois Infantry, Co. A, pens three letters recounting the Battle of Murfreesboro, where he was wounded and taken prisoner, and where
Soldier (Benton) writes wife pert. to an attack by Longstreet’s Corps & repulsing it “one corps of Longstreet came upon our cavalry pickets on Sat.
Camp near Atlanta 9/14/64. Soldier (Stickell) writes soldier friend (now in U.S. Engrs.) about city’s capture & destruction. Writes “Has never seen such a riddled
On the field near Atlanta, Ga. 8/5/64 Soldier (Humphrey) writes mother about recent battles of Atlanta & Ezra Church. “Since my last to you we
Camp near Petersburg, Va. 7/31/64 Soldier (Sproul) writes that they broke camp on (7)/26 & marched over to JamesRiver, drove Rebels back & captured four