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Opening: 2 verso, 3 recto
Date(s) of entries: July-August 1863
Author: William Cline
Content: Memoir

Number: MSN/CW 8007-1

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William Cline inlistede Ate waverley Pike co. ohio on the 14 of october 1861

-weake and wente to new Cricke in the yere of 1862 wente 2 tripes 1 to Romney and 1 to morefielde then Back to clarkes Burgh thence a cros cheate mountain in the Batel of South mountain then Back to Bull Run in thate fighte capturede and purolde


Gainesvill virginia
Captured ate Bulrun Augste the 30th 1862 Parolde on the 1 of september '62, and landed ate The Pointe of Rockes Marylande on the 4 of Auguste september ande started from the pointe of rocks on the 4 Ande ande landed ate cumberlande marylande the 5 of september and started from cumberlande the 10 ande landed at columbus ohio on the 11 ande on the 12 i Reached mi famley ate waverley and staide withe Them till the 6 of october then Returnede to columbus

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