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James J. Clark (1839-1864), Company F, 17th South Carolina Infantry, died at hands of sharpshooters at siege of Petersburg, VA

Clark Company F, South Carolina Infantry, died at hands of sharpshooters at siege of Petersburg, VA

Daniel S. Stallings (left) and William Everett Musgrave (right), Co. F, 23rd Tennessee Infantry

Daniel S. Stallings (left) and William Everett Musgrave (right), Co. F, Tennessee Infantry

[Captain Daniel Turrentine of Company G, 12th Arkansas Infantry Regiment, in full officers' uniform with musket] (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr

[Captain Daniel Turrentine of Company G, Arkansas Infantry Regiment, in full officers' uniform with musket] (LOC) by The Library of Congress.

Private Calvin J. C. Munroe, Company G, 25th Alabama Infantry, C.S.A. [Deas' Brigade, Hindman's Division, Polk's Corps]. Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection.

Private Calvin J. Munroe, Company G, Alabama Infantry, C. :: Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection

Captain David Williams Co. K the "Holly Shelter Volunteers" 3rd NC Infantry. He was killed after being disembowelled by an artillery shell on September 17th, 1862 at the Battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland.  His wife took to bed after she heard the news and died, very sad.  Thanks to Greg Mast for sharing this photo.

Capt David Williams Co. K (the "Holly Shelter Volunteers"), NC Infantry. Williams was disembowelled by a shell, early morning, in the vicinity of the Mumma farm. His wife took to bed after hearing the news and died.

Sergeant Robert Archer Carson Company D,  20th South Carolina   Infantry

Sergeant Robert Archer Carson Company D, South Carolina Infantry

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