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7th Kentucky Infantry (USA)
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Name: Dawson Turner LambRank: Private Company: C

This was my paternal g-g-grandfather. He was very sick during the war (I have his military records) and at one time was considered AWOL but was later found to be in the hospital. He eventually got out and spent the rest of his life disabled due to a possible heatstroke during the war.

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Contact Name: Connie Lamb Clayburn
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