CASE.—Private Louis Nelty, Co. D, 149th New York Volunteers, was wounded, at the battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3d, 1863. He was admitted to a field hospital, where the injury was treated as a scalp wound. On July 16th, he was transferred to the Carver Hospital, Washington, where it was diagnosticated​ that the outer table of the cranium was fractured. He was returned to duty on October 19th, 1863. His name is not upon the Pension Rolls.