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Illinois rebels : a Civil War unit history of G Company, Fifteenth Tennessee Regiment, Volunteer Infantry ; the story of the Confederacy's Southern Illinois company ; men from Marion and Carbondale

Ed Gleeson ; foreword by Bruce Allardice ; illustrations and cover design by Michael White
Books/Monographs
English
Carmel, Indiana : Guild Press of Indiana, c1996
xvi, 164 p. : maps, ports.
1878208896

Notes

Bibliography: p. 145-157.

Includes index.

Thirty-four enlistees of Company G, out of the total of 99, were residents of Marion (28) & Carbondale (6), Illinois. The other 65 enlistees were from western Kentucky, middle Tennessee, east Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Missouri & Minnesota.

Company G was dissolved and its regiment, the 15th, became a part of the 37th Tennessee Infantry on 6 June 1863.

Includes military records.

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