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1894: GA-Frank Philips; Henry Phillips, of the BALDWIN BLUES

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21 Oct 2011 16:46 #787 by Mamie
THE BALDWIN BLUES.
OFF FOR THE ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT AT GRIFFIN.

The Baldwin Blues left yesterday morning at 6:30 o’clock on a special train on the Central railroad for the encampment at Griffin.

Their new uniforms arrived last Friday, and are very neat. The Blues will undoubtedly make a fine impression at the encampment, for they are a manly set of young men.

They will be absent from the city for about ten days.

COMPANY ROLL.
Captain B.B. Adams; 1st. Lieut. J.O. Wall; 2d. Lieut. E.L. Barnes; 1st Sergt R.E. Skinner; 2d Sergt. Howard Ennis; 3d Sergt. Eugene Myrick; 4th Sergt. John Harper; 5th Sergt. C. Fox; Corp’ls. Jas. Fairfield, Wm. Smith, Joe Wilson, R.M. Caraker, FRANK PHILIPS, Mark McComb, Chas. Doke, H. Stembridge, Albert Fowler, Tom Caraker, John Heyfron, E.B. Fowler, Robt. Craig, Neal McMillan, C.P. Hutchings, F. Wall, Fred Newell, HENRY PHILLIPS, Tom L. Lamar, W.A. Massey, F. Malpass.

Source: Union Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, May 22, 1894; Pg. 3

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