Monday, July 29, 2013

Albert S. Nutt, 9th., New Jersey Infantry..

There is not a lot of information here but those looking into this line will find the information helpful.

Nutt, Albert S Private, enlisted Sept. 23, 1861, mustered in Sept. 23, 1861, for 3 years.  Killed in action at Deep Creek, Va., March 1, 1864; buried at Gettysville Station, Va.; re-enlisted Nov. 25, '63.

Albert S. Nutt, of Co. D, Veteran Vols., was killed during the engagement. He had six bullets through his body, and when it was received the day following, by our men, it had nothing on, except a shirt, drawers, and socks : the enemy had appropriated the rest of his clothing. Nutts' funeral started from camp-ground on March 1st, to Heckmann's Division Cemetery, at Getty's Station.

Albert S. Nutt received six bullets in his body, and when found on the following day it was in a nude condition, and horribly mutilated.

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