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Harrison Macauley

Inquiry from Mrs. George Macauley for Comrades of George Harrison.

Mrs. George Macauley, 335 East Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla., asks that survivors of the 24th Mississippi Regiment who remember Henry Harrison (colored), a cook in the company under Captain Howard and Colonel Dowd, will give her such information in affidavit form, as she is trying to get a pension for him. "Uncle" Henry is now one hundred and five years old. He enlisted in Florida, and while driving a provision wagon near Nashville, Tenn., he had the bones of his right wrist shattered by a stray bullet.

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, August, 1915.

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