Charles Johnson, United States Colored Troops, Civil War

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Charles Johnson, United States Colored Troops, Civil War
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IN 1867 Charles Johnson or Greenville, Maryland has appeared in front of a Notary Public to ascertain he is the Charles Johnson of Company K of the 39th Regiment of the U. S. C. T. (United States Colored Troops). His identity is sworn by Lloyd Banks and Isaiah Matthews - who have no interest in this claim (we know not what claim). Johnson, Banks and Matthews can not write and make their mark which is witnessed. The 39th regiment was organized in Baltimore in March of 1864. They were involved in the Petersburg Crater Battle, First Assault on Petersburg, Weldon Railroad, Boydton Plank Road, Fort Fisher, Federal Point, Sugar Loaf, Campaign of the Carolinas, Occupation of Raleigh, etc. They were mustered out on December 4, 1865. We do not know what claim had Charles Johnson had as a member of Company K. This regiment lost 277 colored soldiers during the war: 38 killed, and 239 died of disease. Date: 1867 Location: Baltimore, Maryland HWAC# 59697