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Pvt. James A. Mayberry

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Pvt. James A. Mayberry

Birth
Middletown, New Castle County, Delaware, USA
Death
25 Mar 1865 (aged 23–24)
Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas, USA
Burial
Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas, USA
Plot
1, 427
Memorial ID
3138955 View Source

James served with the 1st Delaware Battery of Light Artillery under Captain Benjamin Nields during the Civil War.

James "Died Of Disease" (Chronic Dysentery) in Little Rock, Arkansas during the war.

Bio by:
Russell S. "Russ" Pickett

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Below info submitted by : Ernie Mabrey !

James was taken sick at Morganza, LA on May 31, 1864. By September 1, 1864, he had been reported AWOL.

On October 13, 1864 he had deserted to Wilmington, Delaware but he entered the Tilton Hospital on October 15.

On October 31, he reported absent and sick at Tilton. On November 22, he returned to duty, and was joined from desertion on January 1, 1865. But the process for being discharged with disability began on January 4, and noted that he had been on duty only 26 days since May 31, 1864, that he had chronic diarrhea of 6 months duration, and hyperstrophe and valvular disease of the heart, was very emaciated and unfit for duty.

This disability was approved on January 13, 1865 and he was sent to the U.S. Army General Hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas on January 20. On March 24, 1865 he died there.

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James served with the 1st Delaware Battery of Light Artillery under Captain Benjamin Nields during the Civil War.

James "Died Of Disease" (Chronic Dysentery) in Little Rock, Arkansas during the war.

Bio by:
Russell S. "Russ" Pickett

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Below info submitted by : Ernie Mabrey !

James was taken sick at Morganza, LA on May 31, 1864. By September 1, 1864, he had been reported AWOL.

On October 13, 1864 he had deserted to Wilmington, Delaware but he entered the Tilton Hospital on October 15.

On October 31, he reported absent and sick at Tilton. On November 22, he returned to duty, and was joined from desertion on January 1, 1865. But the process for being discharged with disability began on January 4, and noted that he had been on duty only 26 days since May 31, 1864, that he had chronic diarrhea of 6 months duration, and hyperstrophe and valvular disease of the heart, was very emaciated and unfit for duty.

This disability was approved on January 13, 1865 and he was sent to the U.S. Army General Hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas on January 20. On March 24, 1865 he died there.

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