My great grandfather Charles C Gray was in this regiment, however I have little on him. My grandfather Wm Theodore told my father Wm Victor Gray of a story wherein Charles C Gray and regiment were battling over a small creek with a bridge overhead. CC Gray was Union and as his regiment pushed the Confederates back over the bridge, another man in his regiment would crawl under the bridge and shoot the enemy in the back and never was found out! This pushing back and forth went on for a while and I believe we were told the Union actually won that round. Now I don't know what the creek/bridge was, nor do I know this man's name. I did find info on Ancestry.com of names of those in the regiment and spent 5-hours viewing each of the first 50-60 men. Along with this story we were told this man who shot the enemy in the back would never camp with his regiment and my grgrandfather consistently told him the enemy will see his fire and kill him. He didn't listen and was in fact shot.
As I viewed the first50-60 men I found one man Dunnigan, I believe that was shot in the bush by Gurillas. It may or may not be the man. If anyone has ever heard these stories, please email me at email@example.com