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On September 1, 1864, Atlanta, Georgia was captured by the Union Army. Since that date, the Union Army has remained at Atlanta awaiting word on their next objective. On November 8, 1864, Robert Patterson wrote a letter to his mother reporting … Continue reading
On September 24, 1864, Captain William Patterson was mustered out of the 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment. This was almost two weeks earlier than the October 7, 1864, date he originally projected. He served with 1st OVI from April 16, 1861, beginning … Continue reading