Civil War

Ruel Johnson

While in command of the regiment bravely exposed himself to the fire of the enemy, encouraging and cheering his men.

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Henderson Howard

While pursuing one of the enemy's sharpshooters, encountered 2 others, whom he bayoneted in hand-to-hand encounters; was 3 times wounded in action.

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Francis Hall

Voluntarily exposed himself to a heavy fire during the thickest of the fight and carried wounded men to the rear for treatment and attendance.

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Elbridge Robinson

With 1 companion, voluntarily went in front of the Union line, under a heavy fire from the enemy, and carried back a helpless, wounded comrade,

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Henry Wells

With 2 comrades, took position in advance of the skirmish line, within short distance of the enemy's gunners, and drove them from their guns.

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Richard Enderlin

Voluntarily took a rifle and served as a soldier in the ranks during the first and second days of the battle. Voluntarily and at his

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William Downey

Volunteered as a member of a boatcrew which went to the rescue of a large number of Union soldiers on board the stranded steamer Boston,

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Henry Johns

Volunteered in response to a call and took part in the movement that was made upon the enemy’s works under a heavy fire therefrom in

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James Strong

Volunteered in response to a call and took part in the movement that was made upon the enemy's works under a heavy fire therefrom in

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