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J. S. Soles, Private, Company E, 6th Alabama infantry, enlisted October 1, 1862 at Montgomery, Ala. for 3 years, wounded at Gettysburg, captured at South Mountain July 4, 1863, admitted USA General Hospital, Frederick, Md. July 6, gunshot wound left cheek, transferred to Gen. Hosp., Annapolis, Md. next day, confined at Fort McHenry, Md. July 9, sent to Fort Delaware, Del., paroled at Point Lookout, Md., February 18, 1865, signed paroled certificate at Montgomery, Ala. June 15, 1865, description: 5’ 10”, light hair, hazel eyes, fair complexion

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