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This week in the Civil War for November 3, 1863

Company K, 34th GA Volunteer infantry

  • John A Daniel
  • Pleasant Woodard Hyatt
Pleasant Woodard Hyatt


Submitted by  John Hyatt, a vistor to the site.

 You had an article that included photos of a reunion flag of Company K, 34th GA Volunteer infantry. I am sending you a photo of a member of that unit, Pleasant Woodard Hyatt, who was captured at Champion Hill, and died as a P.O.W. in Illinois.

I also have a photo of another member of Company K, John A. Daniel. The photo of J.A. Daniel was taken after the war and he is not in uniform, but he is wearing his UCV medal. He is in the photo that you published also. (see this original story) He is one standing in the back holding the flag (last National). The stripe at the end of the flag is coming down behind a lady's hat and makes it look like she has a very strange hat.

I would like to get in contact with the person who has the reunion flag for Co. K. John A. Daniel is my g-great grandfather and he attended those reunions.

Thanks John!


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