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1864 in the US Civil War

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  • Rear Admiral Oscar Fitzalan Stanton (1834 - 1924)
    Oscar F. Stanton born in Long Island, N.Y., on 18 July 1834, and was appointed to the Naval Academy in 1849 and graduated in 1855. He was detached from the Academy on 31 December 1850 and assigned to...
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    Lt. Frederick Eaton Crosman, (USA) (1840 - 1864)
    Died on Aug 21 1864 at Globe Tavern Virginia at Battle of Weldon Railroad Civil War Military Service Ockt 2 1861 Regular ArmyCemetery burial card lists him as "Francis E. Crossman" ~~~~~~~ Interred 10/...
  • Capt. Thomas Jefferson Hadley, IV (CSA) (1838 - 1917)
    Jefferson Hadley IV, captain, banker, and businessman, was born in Wayne County on July 9, 1838 to Thomas Jefferson Hadley III, a wealthy farmer, and his wife, Millicent Richardson. He was the sixth of...
  • 1st Lt. (CSA), William Z. Mead (1838 - 1864)
    Mead, the son of a prominent minister, enlisted as a Private in Company "C", 1st Virginia Cavalry Regiment in Lexington, Virginia on 19 April 1861. In September 1862, in part using the influence of his...
  • PVT John Seibel (1847 - 1864)
    Enlisted March 2,1864, Co "C" 17th PA Cavalry. Wounded May 31,1864 at Cold Harbor,VA. Died of his wounds in Washington, June 13,1864.John's name was misspelled in the military records. It should be Sei...

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