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Letter from Dr. David Ramsey Crawford to Juliana Reynolds, June 14, 1862 Go to: Bibliographic Information { page image } [?] hole Hospital June 14th 1862 Dear Aunt, I received your kind letter some days ago and was very glad to hear from you and I would like very much to hear from you now as I suppose you have heard of the recent Battle and casualties. It pains me to think of the distress this will cause the friends and relatives of those who have laid down their lives on the battle field to sustain the government on which it has been there lot to be cast. I sympathize from my very soul with those who have been made widows and fatherless and those parents who are berieved of their children. I suppose you have had a full account of the battle for those who have written to you and from the papers and I need not give you a rehersal of it. I suppose you have heard that H.P. Sprague, Rutter, Peter Sharp and Howlett were killed and Stan Burrows, Ben Johnson, Dickey, Wensel were wounded all slightly but Burrows and that Sergt Killgore, [Kilgore] Tilton, Jon Osborn and [??] are among the missing. I searched the field over and over again to find Tilton and I was with the first that went on the field and the last time I heard from Tilton he was lying behind a log. Joe Dickey was wounded and was making his way of[f] the field
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2011 for the course ACCT 52548 taught by Professor Charleslewis during the Spring '10 term at HCCS.

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