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Civil War Records of Isaac Warren Fletcher


Grand Army of the Republic
Isaac Davis Post No. 138

Personal War Sketch for Isaac Warren Fletcher

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Comrade Isaac Warren Fletcher
Who was born the
day of
A.D. 1824
Stow County of  Middlesex State of Massachusetts

I enlisted first as private, in Company D 53 Regiment Infantry Mass. Volunteers at Camp Stevens, Ayer Junction (then Groton) Mass., on the second of September, 1862.


I did not hold any other rank while in service and at the close it still remained the same.


At Camp Stevens, Ayer Junction Mass., I was first discharged on Sept. 2, 1863 as my term of service had expired.


I was not re-enlisted, or again commissioned but was transferred to Nineteenth Army Corps.


My first battle was at Franklin, Louisiana and I also was engaged in one at Bisland was never wounded or taken prisoner but was confined in Convalescent Camp.


While in service A. W. Fletcher, Westford, Mass., Lawrence, Smith, Moore, Whitcomb, Miles, Wolcott & others of my own town and quota were among my most intimate comrades.


I Certify that the Sketch of my War service as above written is true as
I verily believe  
Date Signed
We certify that Comrade Isaac Warren Fletcher Joined Isaac Davis
Post No. 138 Department of Massachusetts G.A.R. May 17, 1886
Held Offices of
F.H. Stevens
H.R. Knowlton