Licking county's gallant soldiers, who died in defence of our glorious union, and of human freedom

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Page 4 - In a few days afterwar 1 the officers and men were finally discharged from service and returned to their homes. On leaving the State the regiment was eleven hundred and fifty strong. It returned with three hundred and eighty six men and officers.
Page 17 - VI, commissioned April 16, 1861, and was killed at the battle of Perryville, Kentucky, October 8, 1862.

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