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Name: George W. Johnson, JrRank: 3rd Sergeant Company: A
He was my great-grandfather's brother; and I have his letter of May 20, 1865 written from Arlington Heights, VA after Lee's surrender. He mentions 'Booth the assassin.' He was an Orderly Sergeant who made out the muster-out rolls May 22, 1865. He later moved to Cecil County, MD.
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Name: Jonathan G. MurphyRank: Private Company: A
I am actually a researcher who has investigated and summarized this soldier's service for his great grandson. I am free to share any information that I have.
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Name: Richard H. WilliamsRank: Sergeant Company: B
Richard was my 1st cousin 4X removed. He was born in 1842 in New Castle County, Delaware & enlisted at age 20 as a Corporal on June 21, 1862 in Wilmington, Delaware. He was 5'6' with a light complexion, brown hair & blue eyes, a farmer by trade. He was promoted to Sergeant on July 14, 1863. He mustered out at Arlington Heights, VA. on June 3, 1865. He died in 1922 in Marshallton, New Castle County, Delaware.
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Name: William H. HellerRank: Private Company: F
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Name: Daniel H. KentRank: Captain Company: F
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Name: John McMichaelRank: Private Company: F
John served three months in I Company 20th Pa. Volunteers Infantry Regiment Apr to Aug 1861. Broke mules for seven months for the Commissary Commission. Re-enlisted for three years in F Company 4th Delaware Volunteer Infantry Regiment. Except for 17 days, was on the line from late May 1864 to April 9th 1865 with 4th and 2nd Division of the 5th Corps of the Army of the Potomac. Received Invalid Pension.
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Name: Ezekiel HopkinsRank: Private Company: H
Ezekiel is my great great grandfather.
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