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Azariah Denny was in Company C 21st Regiment of NC Troops. Lt. Logan T. Whitlock, led his company through 4 long and hard years of the war. This Company ...

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Azariah Denny was in Company C 21st Regiment of NC Troops. Lt. Logan T. Whitlock, led his company through 4 long and hard years of the war. This Company left Mt. Airy June 19, 1861 and marched to Danville for 5 days arriving there June 24, 1861. They were munstered in and were assigned to 11th Regiment NC Volunteers. Source: Surry County Soldiers in the Civil War by Hester Bartlett Jackson pages 309 -329 (letters ) and page 373 (Enlisted Men of Company C 1862 1864) W25 WL30/WCA166

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