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Pvt. William G. Bryant, Company I, 20th Tennessee Infantry

Stan Hutson
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As he stood in line of battle playing his snare drum, Bryant was shot in his left arm, breaking several bones near the elbow. The regimental surgeon extracted the ball, but the Confederate drummer lost the use of his arm. On October 10, 1862, Bryant was discharged because of his wounds.

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