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Photo #25953

Last Name: Mulock

First Name : William

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Date: 1851-1900

Photographer: Monitor Gallery, Blauvelt & Hubbard

Photographer's City: Beaufort

Photographer's State: SC


Type** : CDV

Comments: William Mulock (Nee: ) | | 1851-1900 | Comments: CDV-Pvt William Mulock, 95th Illinois Infantry, Co. D. Here he is with a Zouve Uniform, a CDV with a Beaufort, South Carolina backstamp. The 95th was never in that area. Examination of the Mans records as pulled from the achives show that Mulock spent most of the war as a teamster. He was run over by his own team in Beaufort, South Carolina in April 1865. Kicked by a mule March 15th, 1863 at Lake Providence La. Following listed wounds received in May, 1863. Gun-shot wounds in the line of duty during the seige of Vicksurg, Miss., in about May 22d., 1863: shell wound in forehead, incurred at Vicksurg, Miss.. May 22d., 1863, in the line of duty; shell wound in the head, over the right ear, received while in the service and in the line of duty, at Vicksburg, Miss., May 22d., 1863. Keywords CW Civil war

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