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Correspondence from Camp Curtain Column 1 Summary: A correspondent reports from Camp Curtain in Harrisburg, writing on August 9th, of the companies from Franklin County which have reported for duty there.
The writer reports conditions as comfortable, but hot. There are about 12, men as he writes and they expect another 3, in the evening. He reports that the men are in high spirits, and that people at home should not worry about them. The companies and officers from Franklin County thus far at Camp Curtain are: John Doebler, 1st Lieut.
John Stewart, 2nd Lieut. Porter Brown, 3rd Sgt. Bard Fisher, 4th Sgt.
David Hoffman, 3rd Corp. Alexander Flack, 4th Corp.
Samuel McElvoy, 5th Corp. Dennis Reilly, 6th Corp. Watson Rowe, 1st Lieut. Gilmore Row, Sergeants John H. Logue, William Snider, Simon W. Detrich, Thomas Dailey, J. Henry Brenneman, 5th Geo.
Benjamin Zook other non-commissioned officers not yet appointed ; Mercersburg Company--Capt. Samuel Hornbaker, 2nd Lieut. David Carson, 3rd Sgt. Moses Brinckley, 5th Sgt.
Jeremiah Cook, 2nd Lieut. Thomas Company--Captain James G.
John Walker, 2nd Lieut. Hoke second lieutenancy vacant. The writer reports that it seems likely all the Franklin companies will be combined in one regiment, and they hope to obtain Major Elder of St.
Thomas for the colonelcy. Crouse's companies are expected in tonight.The Staff also opened about 2, pages of documents from Mandatory Review cases, as well as documents from our White House Central Files, Name Files, and documents from the WHCF, Staff Member and Office Files, J.
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