|Name: Theodore C.
Discharged for disability; died while en route home.
|The regiment did not enjoy life much at Camp Clear Creek. It was an unhealthy locality. Disease lurked in the earth and in the air, and its seeds became implanted in the constitutions of many of the men. Since the war, the writer [Hubbard] has been much impressed, when furnishing certificates in support of applications for pensions made by members of the regiment, by the large proportion who trace their disability to disease contracted while on duty at Camp Clear Creek, Miss.|