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[District of Columbia] Aqueduct bridge duty register, THL 1352, 1863-1864

Duty roster for guards at the Aqueduct Bridge, Dec. 9, 1863-June 6, 1864.
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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2007
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of original records at the Handley Regional Library in Winchester, Virginia.

The writing is light and faded and may be hard or difficult to read.

"This collection is comprised of the duty roster for December 9, 1863 to June 6, 1864 for guards on the Aqueduct Bridge at the north end (Georgetown?). The detachments for this duty include the 9th Regiment (VRC), District of Alexandria, 19 Regiment (VCR) Co. A, and 22nd Regiment (VCR)-unit of the 4th Brigade, Military District of Kentucky, Co. G. The roster also details the watches of the day, who was on them, how long they lasted, and who was in command." -- Introd.

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