Daniel M. Long

"Was wounded in the Civil War in Mississippi near Biloxi. [On the battlefield is a monument with his name in his regiment.] He had a violin he carried in the Horse Battalion. Ray [his son] had the violin ... They also had the bullet taken from his hand. He was shot while carrying the Yankee flag. Ray gave the bullet to Charles Long in Canton, Ohio.

"Daniel was a Private, F Company, 16th Regiment, Ohio Infantry, April 20, 1861 to August 18, 1861, three months and 28 days; Sargeant, E Company, 80th Regiment, Ohio Infantry, November 6, 1861 to November 15, 1864, three years, nine days. "

Here are notes written by Daniel Long (from Thomas Reel):

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