“BATTLE OF THE CRATER” MUSTER ROLL—CO. “D”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

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Item Code: 1094-41

Dated “August 31, 1864”, signed by Company officer, “N. De Graff, 2nd Lieut.” Standard pre-printed government form, 31” x 21.5, listing 64 soldiers, w/multiple columns. Exhibits fold-marks, and is slightly fragile along fold-lines. Else VG.

Company officer narrative summary, 1 July—31 August: “The Regt to which my Co. belongs was on duty in the trenches in front of Petersburg from July 1 to July 29, during which time I lost one man killed and five wounded on the 30 July. Participating in the assault on the enemy works at the explosion of the mine. July 31 marched from Petersburg to Bermuda Hundred. 12 men by sunstroke died. Pickett guard and ____ duty until Aug. 13 when we marched across to the North Side of James River. When engaged on Deep Run Aug. 16in which action I lost one sergeant killed, 4 men wounded and 4 prisoners—Returned to Bermuda Hundred Aug. 21. Remained under marching orders until the 28th, then marched to the trenches in front of Petersburg, where the regiment is now doing duty.”

Fine 115th New York Infantry muster roll collectible [Co. “D”]—containing summary from the Battle of the Crater & Bermuda Hundred. In protective sleeve.   [JP] [PH:L]

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