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4th Kentucky Cavalry (U.S.) letters published in the Louisville Anzeiger, June 24, 1862

Louisville Anzeiger

June 24, 1862

We extract from a letter to us from Capt. Henry A. Schaeffer from the 4th Kentucky Cavalry regiment dated Camp Wardrace , June 20, that the detachment now under his command is stationed in Jasper, Tennessee, 200 miles from Camp Wardrace , under the command of Capt. 228 more words

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4th Kentucky Cavalry (U.S.) letters published in the Louisville Anzeiger, June 17, 1862

Louisville Anzeiger

June 17, 1862

Lt. Hooker of the company of the 4th Kentucky Cav. Reg. to which the deceased John Collins from here belonged, writes in reference to his death. 148 more words

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4th Kentucky Cavalry (U.S.) letters published in the Louisville Anzeiger, June 12, 1862

Louisville Anzeiger

From the 4th Kentucky Cavalry Regiment, Lt. O. Bes from the 1st squadron of that regiment writes from Murfreesboro under date of 8 June. 216 more words

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4th Kentucky Cavalry (U.S.) letters published in the Louisville Anzeiger, May 27, 1862

Louisville Anzeiger

May 27, 1862

The readers will learn with regret, that Col. Ruckstuhl of the 4th Kentucky Cav. Regt. because of the breaking open of an old wound, which he received in the Mexican war, is unfit for duty. 44 more words

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Death notice for Charles E. Figg, 28th Kentucky Infantry, in the Louisville Daily Journal, Dec 3rd 1862

Charles E. Figg enlisted 10/19/61 from New Haven, Kentucky. He mustered in to Co E on January 23, 1862. He died on 12/2/62 in Louisville. The… 8 more words

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