Editor’s Note: This article was found by Brett Schulte at the free newspaper site Historical Newspapers of the Rochester, New York Region and transcribed by Jackie Martin.
Sergt. Maj. E. A. Dayton, of the 22d N. Y. Cavalry, writes to Hon. Jerome Fuller of this village, that the regiment is reduced to one hundred and fifty men, and that Capt. Edwards’ company numbers but seven. No deaths have occurred, but some were taken prisoners in the late raid, and some are in the hospitals.1
- No Title. Brockport (NY) Republic. July 21, 1864, p. 3 col. 3 ↩