150 Years ago, May 11, 1862

Boys of Diamond Hill

Boys of Diamond Hill

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May 11, 1862, Thomas Boyd had returned to the Nineteenth South Carolina in Corinth, Mississippi, but had a relapse of his pneumonia and had been in the hospital in Tishamingo County for three weeks. He was almost well again and reported his expectation of reporting back to camp the next day. He told of the fights he had heard about his unit being involved in that week while he was sick and about a company election.

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