26 HISTORY OF THE SEVENTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT O.V.V.I.
The Captain, J. C. Robinson, was severely wounded at Kenesaw Mountain, when leading his men in an attack upon a position held by the enemy.
The present officers are men of experience and who have been promoted from Sergeants to their present rank. They have passed through all the campaigns and battles of the regiment. Captain McDaniel was not on the campaigns of General Sherman through Georgia and the Carolinas. The Lieutenants are men of worth and influence, and have done much honor to themselves and the regiment.
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