|Death: ||Apr. 5, 1916|
New Mexico, USA
Milton Harrison was enlisted by Captain Peter B. Whannell at Dutch Flat, Placer County, California, May 21 and he was mustered into Company G, First Regiment of Cavalry, California Volunteers, at Stockton, San Joaquin County, California, by Captain A. Dickinson Woodruff, Ninth U. S. Infantry, June 12, 1863. At his enlistment Milton stated that he was born in Illinois, and he was 32 years old and by occupation he was a Miner. His enlistment contract described him as being 5 feet 11½ inches, with Light complexion, Blue eyes and Brown hair. During December, 1863, Private Harrison was on Detached Service as escort of civil authorities to Tucson, Arizona Territory. Private Harrison was appointed Corporal at Tucson, Arizona Territory, April 1, 1864. Corporal Harrison was promoted Sergeant November 17, 1865. Sergeant Harrison mustered out at Santa Fe, New Mexico Territory, May 21, 1866. (Harrison Compiled Military Service Record, NARA; Orton, p. 137)
Milton Harrison, age 38 years and a Gold Miner, was enumerated July 12, 1870, in Colfax County, New Mexico Territory, with George Knight 28, James Mowbray 23, Jeremiah Fleming 26, Cornelius McIntyre 29, Patrick Dugan 35 and Alexander Wade 34.
Milton Harrison was enumerated in Mora County, New Mexico, during 1890.
He filed from New Mexico for a Civil War veteran's pension September 15, 1890, and received application No. 942,041 and certificate No. 1,081,263.
William Harrison, age 68 years, single, and whose occupation was Postmaster, was enumerated at La Ceja, Union County, New Mexico, in June, 1900.
William Harrison, age 77 years, a widower, and whose occupation was Postmaster, was enumerated at Leon, Union County, New Mexico, May 23, 1910.
Sergt, Co. G, 1 Regt. Cal. Vol. Cav.
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New Mexico, USA
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