|Death: ||Apr. 26, 1873|
Howe, Albion, 1841 born at Jacksonville, Fla., son of Col. Marshall and Ann T.
Cleland Howe; Dec. 16, 1863 2ndlt., 14th N. Y. Heavy Artillery Rgt. May 3, 1865
1stlt. July 26, 1865 maj. Aug. 26, 1865 mo; Dec. 1, 1866 2ndlt., 4th U. S.
Artillery Rgt. March 2, 1867 brevet 1stlt., U. S. Army for Cold Harbor, Va. and
brevet capt., U. S. Army for Petersburg, Va. June 1869 married Sally Barry; Nov.
18, 1869 1stlt. 1873 Lava Beds, Calif.--with Battery A; assisted Capt. E. Thomas
with mortars during second battle of stronghold; April 26, 1873 killed on Capt.
E. Thomas patrol and scalped by Modoc Indians at Lava Beds, Siskiyou County,
Calif. (nephew Civil War BrigGen. Albion Parris Howe)
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Record added: Jul 31, 2008
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