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Civil War Soldier Letter William Savage Connecticut 10th Ct. Vols Battle Action For Sale
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THE FIGHTING 10TH CONNECTICUT
A fine early vintageand genuine Civil War soldier letter dated Dec. 22, 1862... nicely detailed letter about their recent hard fought battle. He writes to his parents, says he is feeling fairly well and then goes into details of hisfellow soldiers...they are recovering from their expedition, with the menwith very sore feet and limbs... mentions Gen. Foster. Talks of Colonel Legget [ research shows he was badly wounded and at Roanoke Island and then again at Morris Island with his foot amputated. ]. Says their rations were cut and could not supply all the men, they went into battle with 662 men, more than 100 killed or wounded and now are numbers are quite small.
They went into the battle of Kingston, N.C. with 360 men, and over 100 killed or wounded during this battle.
He mentions he visited with others of the regiment recovering in the hospital., mention of Jonathan Lockwood recovering, wounded at the battle of Kinston, N.C. Dec. 14, 1862, later in the war wastaken POW at the battle of Deep Bottom, Va. ]. He sees a friend, William Ritch, and research shows this soldier [ wounded at the battle of Kingston, POW on the Darbytown Road, and was paroled later on ...] , letter has more detail.
NOTE: We will send 20 pages of research on these soldiers. A very very fine lot indeed!!
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Civil War Soldier Letter William Savage Connecticut 10th Ct. Vols Battle Action: $47