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Charles Byron Burley, Company C, 141st Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry

James C. Leighty, Marilyn S. Leighty
Electronic Resource/Compact Disc
English
[S.l.] : J.C. Leighty, c2015
1 CD-ROM : ill., map, ports.

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This book covers Charles Byron Burley's one hundred days of service in the Civil War. He was in what became known as "The Alexander Volunteer Militia," so named because most of the men came from Alexander Township, Athens County, Ohio. Much of the information concerning the one hundred days came from the diary of Thomas Angell, 1st Lieutenant in Company C, and held in the library at Ohio University.

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Includes bibliographical references (pages 36-37).

Introduction -- The Burleys in Athens County: William Burley ; John Burley -- Charles Byron Burley -- The Hundred Days Men -- The later years -- Bibliography -- Appendix A. Company C roster -- Appendix B. Viola Lewis (Burleigh) memories -- Appendix C. Directions, Old Burley Farm.

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