|Doc Ce, Great to hear you had an ancestor in the 55th. Sorry to say mine suffered the same fate, as yours. William T. Williams, Wounded in the shoulder at the battle of the wilderness, May 5th 1864. Died while being conveyed to Chester Station, Virginia, on or about May 6, 1864. But his brother Westly A. Williams made it through the war. Until he was captured at or near Sutherlands Station, Virginia, April 2 1865. He spent the next three months, at Point Look out.
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