"History of Buchanan County, Iowa 1842 to 1881"
Transcribed by Tommy
Joe Fulton and Peggy
|Warning: There are times in this chapter
about the War of the Rebellion when words and phrases no longer considered
acceptable are used. We have chosen to leave them as they reflect the times and
mores of society at the time the book was written. These words in no way reflect
the opinions of Rootsweb, the submitters or the owner of the website for the
27th Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry.
[Early in the autumn of 1862, the war correspondence of the Buchanan county
press, was enlarged by communications from members of the two companies, Captain
Miller's and Captain Noble's, which had been enlisted from this county and were
incorporated in the Twenty-seventh Iowa infantry. Letters over the signature C.
H. L., were written by Charles H. Lewis, of Quasqueton, a member of Captain
Miller's company. - E. P.]
CAMP FRANKLIN, DUBUQUE, September 4, 1862.
CAMP FRANKLIN, September 19th
CAMP FRANKLIN, DUBUQUE. October 4, 1862
CAMP GILBERT, November 3d.
CAMP THIRTY MILES FROM MEMPHIS, November 29, 1862.
CAMP ON HURRICANE CREEK, Mississippi, December 11,
HEADQUARTERS TWENTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT. December 1862
Letter dated December 26, 1862
CAMP REED, NEAR JACKSON, TENNESSEE, January 21,
CAMP REED, February 4, 1863.
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY, CAMP REED, 1863.
CAMP REED, JACKSON, TENNESSEE, March 17, 1863.
SAME, March 23, 1863.
JACKSON, TENNESSEE, April 7, 1863.
CAMP REED, JACKSON, TENNESSEE, April 20, 1863
MOSCOW, TENNESSEE, TWENTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT, June
MOSCOW, TENNESSEE, July 5, 1863.
HELENA, ARKANSAS, August 25, 1863
CLARENDON, ARKANSAS, August 31, 1863
REAR OF VICKSBURGH, MISSISSIPPI, February 1, 1864
CANTON, MISSISSIPPI, February 27, 1864
ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, March 17, 1864
GRAND ECORE, April 19, 1864