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    ID Tag Belonging to Ziba S. Woods of the 11th New Hampshire Infantry.
    25mm ID disc belonging to Private Woods. The obverse has an eagle with a shield on its chest and reads "War of 1861 United States". The reverse reads "Z.S. Woods CO. D 11th Reg N.H.V Hillsboro". Its in great condition with reflective surfaces.

    Woods enlisted with the 11th on 8/29/1862 and was discharged on 6/1/1865.

    The 11th New Hampshire participated in serval major battles including Fredericksburg, Vicksburg, Petersburg and Cold Harbor. During its term of service 5 officers and 140 enlisted men were killed or mortally wounded.

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    December, 2020
    6th Sunday
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