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6th Delaware Infantry USA

Name: John A. SavinRank: Unknown Company:
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Name: Risden L. CrossleyRank: Private Company: E
Risden died of smallpox in may 1881
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Name: Levi Thomas VoshellRank: Private Company: F
Died in 1922 in Choptank, Caroline Co, MD. Buried in Green Mt. Cem, Hillsboro, Caroline Co, MD.
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Name: James Polk BowdenRank: Private Company: K
100 days unit, Co K was from Gumboro Delaware vacinity. They guarded bridges during the South's push into Maryland and Pennsylvania. Five companies including 'K' were moved to Ft. Delaware to help with the influx of new prisioners. I have several newspaper clippings of the 6th Delaware's return to Kent and Sussex counties after their discharge in Wilmington Delaware.
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