Pvt Michael Harten

Quebec, Capitale-Nationale Region, Quebec, Canada
Death 21 Dec 1866
Johnson County, Wyoming, USA
Burial Johnson County, Wyoming, USA
Memorial ID 145943802 · View Source
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Pvt.; "A" Co., 2nd Batt., 18th U.S. Inf.

Final Statement
I Certify That Michael Harten a Private of Captain William J. Fetterman’s Company "A" of the 2nd Batt. 18 Regiment of U.S. Inf., born in Quebec in the state of Canada aged 19 years, Five feet 4½ inches high, light complexion, blew(sic) eyes, brown hair, and by profession a Laborer, was enlisted by Capt Walcott at Brooklyn on the twenty second day of March, eighteen hundred and Sixty six, to serve for three years, and is now entitled to discharge by reason of Killed in action near Fort Phillip Kearney, D.T., December 21st 1866.

When the remains from Fort Phil Kearney arrived in 1905 at Custer Battlefield National Cemetery for reburial the cemetery register listed 97 “Unknown US Soldiers,” and 7 named. Michael Harten is most likely one of the unknown reburials.



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  • Added: 2 May 2015
  • Find a Grave Memorial 145943802
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Pvt Michael Harten (unknown–21 Dec 1866), Find a Grave Memorial no. 145943802, citing Fort Phil Kearney Post Cemetery, Johnson County, Wyoming, USA ; Maintained by Jerry (contributor 47207041) .