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Re: Port Hospital Ledger, Port Hudson, Louisiana,

This is all that is found in his file.

John H. Holcomb, Private, Company H, Adams’ Regiment, Arkansas Infantry,* enlisted March 6, 1862 at Arkadelphia for 12 months, reported as missing following the battle of Corinth, Miss., Oct. 3-5, 1862, detailed to Medical Dept. by year’s end, subsequently Acting Assistant Surgeon, captured at Port Hudson La., July 9, 1863, paroled July 12/13, 1863, no further records

* This company subsequently became Company H, 23rd Arkansas Infantry

Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Arkansas

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