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Frank Thomas
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Birth: unknown
Maryland, USA
Death: unknown

Thomas, Frank, Landsman, US Navy, Civil War

Place of Birth: Frederick Co., Maryland
Age: 23
Complexion: Negro
Occupation: Farmer
Height: 5' 10"
Place of Enlistment: Philadelphia
Date of Enlistment: Feb 9, 1864
Term of Enlistment: 1
Rating: Landsman

Detailed Muster Records:
Date Vessel
10/01/1864 Atlanta
12/31/1864 Atlanta
03/31/1865 Atlanta

The first Atlanta was a casemate southern ironclad, converted from a Scottish-built blockade runner serving in the Confederate Navy. She was later captured in battle and then served in the Union Navy for the duration of the Civil War.

Atlanta was built in Glasgow, Scotland by James and George Thompson at the Clyde Bank Iron Shipyard and was completed as the Fingal early in 1861. She briefly operated between Glasgow and other ports in Scotland for Hutcheson's West Highland Service.

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Created by: Rubbings
Record added: Jul 24, 2012
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