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CHARLES McANALLY

Also Known As: "McNally"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Glenviggan, Ballinascreen, County Londonderry, Ireland
Death: Died in Washington Asylum Hospital in S.E. Wash. D.C
Immediate Family:

Son of Thomas McANALLY and Elizabeth McANALLY
Husband of Frances Fanny McANALLY and Julia Juliana McANALLY
Father of O McANALLY
Brother of Peter McANALLY, Sgt. and Edward McANALLY

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About Lt. Charles McAnally, Medal of Honor

http://www.cmohs.org/recipient-detail/869/mcanally-charles.php

Citation

In a hand-to-hand encounter with the enemy captured a flag, was wounded in the act, but continued on duty until he received a second wound.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_McAnally

McAnally was born in May 1836 in Glenviggan, Ballinascreen, County Londonderry, Ireland.[1] He was awarded the Medal of Honor on October 15, 1872 for heroic action in the American Civil War with the 69th Pennsylvania Infantry of the Union Army in which he was "[c]ut in head, shot left shoulder; also through right leg, knee and head".[2]

After the war, he married on August 24, 1871 in Burleson County, Texas to widow Frances 'Fanny' Veach, and purchased farmland in Lee County, Texas. He married second on December 18, 1882 in Travis County, Texas to widow Julia Hofheintz[2] and lived for some time in the city of Austin, Texas. He had one known child, a daughter, born in February 1880 in Texas.

In 1900, he was enumerated in the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers in Elizabeth City, Virginia, which annotates that he had immigrated to the United States in 1852. He reportedly died in 1905 in Austin, Texas

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=11659200

Life story and that of his family: http://www.69thpa.co.uk/page11.html

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Lt. Charles McAnally, Medal of Honor's Timeline

1836
1836
Glenviggan, Ballinascreen, County Londonderry, Ireland
1871
1871
Age 35
Burleson County, Texas
1880
1880
Age 44
1882
1882
Age 46
Travis County, Texas
1905
1905
Age 69
Washington Asylum Hospital in S.E. Wash. D.C