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|I will honor both sides. My plans on the bar kind of got changed though. My Reb ancestor must have got a bad wound at Chancellorsville because he was out of action for about 3 months. I've been studying that battle and hope to go visit it this summer. It would be cool if I could locate the 33rd NC locations on the field. Anybody have any ideas on locating exact spots occupied by regiments during battles? His Brigade Cmdr was Lane and I think they were under AP Hill.
The Yank ancestor I've studied the most was at Perryville, Stones River, Chickamauga, Chattanooga, and then Sherman's March through Georgia/Carolina's. Him and the NC guy were 1st Cousins. If there were any family reunions post war....I bet they did hide the silverware and guns!