|Birth: ||Mar. 16, 1847|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Jan. 18, 1907|
NARA: Served twice; once as a Corporal in Co L, 7th Reg't Michigan Cav; and again Co A, 1st Reg't Michigan Cav.
Invalid Application #452,191
Widow Pension # 1069981 filed 31 July 1916.
His index card states death date: 18 Jan 1907 in Laws, CA.
Posted 11 Sep 2016 by christine richer
Born in New York City
Enlisted in Army in Lansing Michigan. Became a member of the Michigan 7th Calvary.
Served under the command of George Armstrong Custer.
Fought at Gettysburg and.
Named one of his sons after Custer.
7th Michigan Volunteer Cavalry Regiment
7th Regiment Michigan Volunteer Cavalry Engagements
Battle of Gettysburg
Kilpatrick's Raid on Richmond
Battle of the Wilderness
Battle of Yellow Tavern
Battle of Cedar Creek
Battle of Five Forks Appomattox
The 7th Regiment Michigan Volunteer Cavalry was an cavalry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War.
It was a part of the famed Michigan Brigade, commanded for a time by Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer.
The 7th Michigan Cavalry was organized at Grand Rapids, Michigan in October 1862 by William d'Alton Mann, a future prominent Michigan newspaper and magazine publisher. He was later named as the regiment's colonel.The regiment was mustered out of service on December 15, 1865
CPL CO L 7 MICH CAV
West Line Street Cemetery
Plot: Sec 3 Row 11 Grave 33
Created by: Anne Mount West
Record added: Jun 19, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14650682
Thank you Great Grandpa. We are free to choose our own pew to pray on. Women have more rights now. America is wonderful thanks for you doing your part.|
Added: Nov. 14, 2016
Posted 11 Sep 2016 by christine richerBorn in New York CityEnlisted in Army in Lansing Michigan. Became a member of the Michigan 7th Calvary.Served under the command of George Armstrong Custer.Fought at Gettysburg and.Named one of his sons after Custer.7t...(Read more)|
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