Hey all, I’ve got a P53 rifle I.D’d to the 33rd Massachusetts infantry. It featured the name ‘J Kelly’ scratched into the left side of the buttstock, and a ‘K’ scratched into the right. The buttplate has a K over Mass over 33. I initially was certain that the ‘K’s on the rifle meant K company. However, I’ve done research into both J Kelly’s who served in the regiment, finding a James Kelly who served through the whole war from ‘62 onward in B company (his muster rolls indicate he never left that company), and a James who served from mid 1864 to 1865 in E company. Could the ‘K’ be referring to the man’s last initial rather than a company? What do you guys think?