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Letter From Mrs. Asa B. Crowson, Ladonia, Texas, For Comrades Of Her Husband.

The widow of Asa B. Crowson wishes to get in communication with any surviving comrades of her husband whose testimony will help her to establish his record as a Confederate soldier; she is trying to get a pension. Asa B. Crowson entered the Confederate service in the spring of 1862 and was first in the infantry; was subsequently transferred to Company C, 3rd Arkansas Cavalry, which was sent east of the Mississippi and attached to the Army of Tennessee. He was in the battles of Corinth, Chickamauga, in the Atlanta campaign, returning with Hood, and was at Franklin and Nashville; he made his escape into Alabama and there surrendered in 1865. Address Mrs. Asa B. Crowson, Ladonia, Tex.

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, June, 1922.

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