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RE: [TalkAntietam] Capt. Clarence Hopkins Dyer and XII Corps Surgeon

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  • G E Mayers
    Larry; According to the new So You Think You Know Antietam, the Line farm is known as the George Line farm and the house is where Mansfield died. Gerry ...
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      Larry;

      According to the new "So You Think You Know Antietam," the Line farm
      is known as the George Line farm and the house is where Mansfield
      died.

      Gerry

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      Subject: [TalkAntietam] Capt. Clarence Hopkins Dyer and XII Corps
      Surgeon



      Would anyone have a photo of Mansfield's aide, Capt. Clarence
      Hopkins Dyer? None found in the usual places but I will check at the
      WP Library and Middlesex CHS. How about the name of his body servant
      or more info on the chief Twelfth Corps surgeon who attended him, Dr.
      Anselum (sp.?)?

      Does John Schildt's book, "Antietam Hospitals", have info on the
      Twelfth Corp medical staff esp. the Martin Line Farm where Mansfield
      died? I have most of John's books but unfortunately not this one. Did
      he also write a book about the Twelfth Corps at Antietam?

      From Dyer's letter: "Doct. (Anselum) Surgeon of the [Twelfth} Corps,
      and Docts Porter and Weeks (the latter of the Navy) were all very
      attentive to him." Any info about the other two?

      Thank you.

      Larry






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