Records of Military Service

The following chart provides details of the military service of many members of the BARNUM Family, from the various pre-revolutionary campaigns through the Spanish-American War.

Wherever it was possible to make a positive identification of an individual, that information has been included within the associated family group as well as on this chart. However, many individuals have not yet been positively identified and others don't appear in any of the family groups in this web site. In some cases, there may be more information included in a family group than in this listing.

While this information is provided to aid in documenting the military service of some members of the BARNUM Family, it is not by any means complete or all inclusive.

Three members of our family have been awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. Click on the previous link if you'd like to see the wording of their citations.

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 COLONIAL CAMPAIGNS

1.

David BARNUM

Was with Captain Mart HINMAN, Aug 1757, during the Fort William Henry alarm.

2.

James BARNUM

Fought in King Philip's War.

3.

Jehiel BARNUM

Was a 1st Lieutenant in the 1st Company at Danbury, Connecticut, 1755.

4.

Samuel BARNUM

Was a Captain with General WOLFE, at the Battle of Quebec.

5.

Thomas BARNUM

Fought in King Philip's War.

6.

William BARNUM

Enlisted 8 Dec 1763 in Captain Richard PROE's company.

7.

Zebulon BARNUM

Was a private in Captain J. P. FOREMAN's company; he enlisted 23 Apr 1758, at the age of 25 years.

REVOLUTIONARY WAR

1.

Amos BARNUM

Of Groton, Connecticut; was in Captain Phineas BEARDSLEY's 9th Company, Colonel Heman SWIFT's 7th (later 2nd) Connecticut Line Regiment.

2.

 Amos BARNUM

 Of Kent, Connecticut; was a sergeant in Colonel MOSELEY's 1st Connecticut Line Regiment.

3.

Asa BARNUM

Was a sergeant in Captain LAWRENCE's Company, Colonel WALBRIDGE's Vermont Regiment; 1781.

4.

David BARNUM

Served in Captain UNDERHILL's company, Colonel Ethan ALLEN's Regiment; 1781.

5.

Ebenezer BARNUM

Was a member of 8th Company, Colonel James SMITH's 5th Regiment.

6.

Ebenezer BARNUM

Was a 1st Lieutenant aboard the U.S. Brig “Dolphin.”

7.

Eli BARNUM

Served in Captain Noble BENEDICT's Sixth Company, Colonel BRADLEY's 16th Connecticut Regiment.

8.

Eli BARNUM

Was an ensign in Colonel BRADLEY's 16th Connecticut Regiment.

9.

Elijah BARNAM

Appears on the roll of enlisted men of Danvers, Essex County, Massachusetts.

10.

Gordon A. BARNHAM

Served in Captain CHAMBERS' company, Colonel Calvin SMITH's 6th Massachusetts Regiment; deserted 25 Aug 1782.

11.

Isaac BARNUM

Enlisted in the 18th Connecticut Regiment; was a corporal in Captain HUTCHINS' company, 18th New York Regiment.

12.

Isaac BARNUM

Served with 10th Company, Colonel BRADLEY's 5th Connecticut Regiment.

13.

Israel BARNUM

Was a member of Captain Noble BENEDICT's Sixth Company, Colonel BRADLEY's 16th Connecticut Regiment. 

14.

Israel BARNUM

Enlisted in Colonel WILLETTS' Regiment of the New York Levies.

15.

Jacob BARNHAM

Was in Captain ULMER's company, Colonel HUNTER's Massachusetts Regiment. 

16.

James BARNUM

Served in 9th Company, Colonel CLARKE's regiment.

17.

James BARNUM

Was a member of Colonel MOORE's New Hampshire Regiment. 

18.

John BARNUM

Was in the 3rd Connecticut Regiment; with the Marquis de LAFAYETTE in Virginia.

19.

John BARNHAM

Served as a member of Captain SAMPLES' company, 10th Pennsylvania Regiment; he was captured by the British 1 Jul 1780. 

20.

John BARNUM

Was a soldier in the 3rd Connecticut Regiment. 

21.

Joseph BARNUM

Is said to have served, but no details of his Revolutionary service are available. 

22.

Nathaniel BARNUM

Served in the Tory or English Army; was an ensign in DE LANCEY's 2nd Battalion. 

23.

Noah BARNUM

As a member of the Connecticut Light Battery, he served with the Marquis de LAFAYETTE in Virginia. 

24.

Noah BARNUM

Enlisted in Colonel BRADLEY's 16th Connecticut Regiment 10 May 1779; deserted 24 Oct 1782. 

25.

Noah BARNUM

Was with Captain WELLS' company, 9th Connecticut Regiment; 1780.

26.

Noah BARNUM

Served in Colonel FIELD's 3rd New York Regiment, Dutchess County Militia.

27.

Reuben BARNUM

Was a sergeant in the 18th New York Regiment.

28.

Richard BARNUM

Served with Ethan ALLEN's company, Colonel HERRICK's Regiment of Vermont Rangers.

29.

Samuel BARNUM

Was a sergeant; enlisted from New Milford.

30.

Samuel BARNAM

Was in Colonel VAN CORTLANDT's 2nd New York Regiment.

31.

Samuel BARNUM

Served as a captain with General James WOLFE in Canada.

32.

Simeon BARNHAM

Enlisted in Captain MALLOCK's company of the Connecticut Line, 20 May 1777.

33.

Stephen BARNUM

Was with Captain Phineas BEARDSLEY's 9th Company, 7th (later 2nd) Connecticut Line Regiment.

34.

Stephen BARNUM

Served in Colonel FIELD's 3rd New York Regiment, Dutchess County Militia.

WAR OF 1812

1.

David BARNUM

Re-enlisted 3 Apr 1814 in the 37th Infantry, U.S.A.; died 15 Apr 1814.

2.

Eli BARNUM

Served with Captain Seymour KROFF's company; Oct-Nov 1814.

3.

John BARNUM

No details of his service are available.

4.

Job V. BARNUM

Served as an ensign in Captain Othniel JEWETT's company; 12 Apr-21 Apr 1814.

5.

Noah BARNUM

Was in Captain Charles PARKS' company; Jul-Sep 1814.

7.

Noah BARNUM

Was in Captain Nathaniel FARRARD's company; 24 Oct-20 Nov 1814.

7.

Oliver W. BARNUM

Served from Vermont; in Captain E. HILL's company; 12 Apr 1814-21 Apr 1819.

8.

Stephen BARNUM

Served with Arnold's Foot; Oct-Nov 1814.

MEXICAN WAR

1.

Franklin BARNUM

Died 22 Mar 1847.

CIVIL WAR

1.

Albert BARNUM

Enlisted in Company I, 16th New York on 15 May 1861, aged 21 years.

2.

Albert M. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company I, 16th Wisconsin on 13 Aug 1862; wounded at Prairie Grove.

3.

Albert P. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company E, 34th Ohio in Aug 1861; captured at Frederick, Maryland; brother of No. 85.

4.

Alfred BARNUM

Enlisted in Captain HUGO's company, 1st New York on 21 Jun 1861, aged 18 years.

5.

Alfred BARNUM

2nd Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized at Arlington, Va., June 20 to November 11, 1863.

6.

Alfred Henry BARNUM

Served with Company C, 70th New York; killed 5 Apr 1862 at the Battle of Williamsburg.

7.

Allen BARNUM

Corporal; served with Company C, 23rd Michigan during the period Oct 1862-1864.

8.

Americus BARNUM

Served with Company C, 21st Michigan during the period 1862-1865.

9.

Amos BARNUM

Enlisted in Company K, 12th Michigan on 4 Mar 1865; died in Army Hospital, Washington, Arkansas, 23 Jul 1865.

10.

Amos M. BARNUM

Sergeant; served with Company B, 27th Wisconsin during the period Aug 1862-May 1865.

11.

Amos W. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company F, 81st Illinois in Aug 1862; killed at Vicksburg, 22 Apr 1863.

12.

Andrew BARNUM

Corporal; enlisted in Company A, 6th Michigan Cavalry in Dec 1863; killed at Winchester, Virginia in Oct 1864.

13.

Andrew D. BARNUM

Sergeant; served with Company L, 3rd Michigan Cavalry during the period 1861-1865.

14.

Andrew P. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company E, 3rd Michigan in Apr 1862; discharged wounded in Aug 1862.

15.

Axanus BARNUM (also known as Axum BARNUM)

Enlisted in Co. C, 3rd Regiment, U.S. Colored Cavalry at Vicksburg, Mississippi on November 1, 1864 for a period of three years.  Age: 20 years, Height: 5 feet 6 inches, Complexion: Black, Eyes: Black, Hair: Black, Occupation: Farmer. Died in regimental hospital at Vicksburg, Mississippi on November 3, 1864. Final statements furnished.

16.

Azor BARNUM

Served with Company F, 13th Michigan; died 12 Jan 1865 in hospital at Savannah, Georgia.

17.

Balaam BARNUM

63rd Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized March 11, 1864, from 9th Louisiana Infantry (African Descent).

18.

Benjamin F. BARNUM

2nd Lieutenant; served with Company I, 126th Indiana during the period 1864-1865.

19.

Charles BARNUM

Served three years with Company L, 1st Iowa Cavalry.

20.

Charles BARNUM

Served with Company E, 45th Iowa.

21.

Charles BARNUM

Served with Company F, 2nd Michigan Cavalry during the period Sep 1861-Aug 1862.

22.

Charles BARNUM

Of Michigan; was conscripted into the Southern Army, served one year, and escaped when General William Tecumseh SHERMAN took Wilmington, North Carolina; killed in the Civil War.

23.

Charles BARNUM

Enlisted in Company E, 10th Michigan Cavalry in Feb 1865.

24.

Charles E. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company E, 13th Wisconsin on 14 Sep 1861; died in Army Hospital, Lawrence, Kansas 20 Jun 1862.

25.

Charles H. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company K, 24th Michigan on 14 Mar 1865; died in Detroit 21 May 1865.

26.

Charles L. BARNUM

Enlisted in Captain HINSON's Company, 100th New York on 10 Oct 1861, aged 30 years.

27.

Charles M. BARNUM

Served three years with Company E, 15th Iowa.

28.

Charles P. BARNUM

Sergeant; served with Company B, 23rd Ohio during the period Oct 1861-Jul 1865; wounded at Fisher's Hill, Virginia.

29.

Clifton B. BARNUM

Served with Company K, 6th Michigan Cavalry during the period 27 Aug 1862-1865; died at Fairfax Court House, Virginia.

30.

Daniel BARNUM

Enlisted in Captain LEE's Company E, 91st New York in Nov 1861, aged 43 years

31.

David BARNUM

Served with Company B, 2nd Michigan Cavalry during the period 14 Dec 1864-25 Feb 1864; died 25 Feb 1864 at Knoxville, Tennessee and was buried there in the National Cemetery.

32.

David A. BARNUM

Deserted.

33.

Dwight BARNUM

Enlisted 9 Sep 1861 in Company B, 2nd Michigan Cavalry; died 15 Apr 1862 at New Madrid, Missouri.

34.

Edgar H. BARNUM

Corporal; enlisted 13 Nov 1861 in Company F, 12th Connecticut.

35.

E. Floyd BARNUM

Enlisted in the 14th Ohio on 14 Aug 1862; promoted to 1st Lieutenant in the 111th U.S.C.T. on 19 Sep 1864 and served until 30 Apr 1866. 111th Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry organized June 25, 1864, from 3rd Alabama Colored Infantry.

36.

Eli BARNUM

1st Lieutenant; served with Company A, 57th Illinois during the period 9 Oct 1861-7 Jul 1865.

37.

Erasmus D. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company A, 173rd New York on 6 Oct 1862, aged 44 years; died 14 Apr 1863 at New Orleans, Louisiana.

38.

F. BARNUM, M.D.

Enlisted 17 Feb 1865 in Company F, 49th Wisconsin.

39.

Francis BARNUM

Served with Company C, 21st Michigan during the period 27 Feb 1864-11 Jul 1865; wounded at Bentonville, North Carolina.

40.

Frederick BARNUM

Private, Co. B, 8th Regiment, U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery; Organized at Paducah, Ky., April 26, 1864.

41.

George BARNUM

Served with Company D, 14th Michigan during the period 12 Nov 1861-26 Mar 1863.

42.

George BARNUM

Enlisted in Company G, 14th Ohio at the age of 19 years.

43.

George BARNUM

Enlisted in Company D, 141st Illinois on 4 May 1864.

44.

George BARNUM

35th Regiment U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized February 8, 1864, from 1st North Carolina Colored Infantry.

45.

George G. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company C, 43rd Wisconsin on 12 Aug 1864.

46.

George L. BARNUM

Served with Company F, 3rd Minnesota during the period 1861-1865.

47.

George W. BARNUM

Third Class Boy; enlisted in the U.S. Navy on 15 Jul 1864.

48.

Harrison BARNUM

Served with Company I, 22nd Michigan during the period 9 Aug 1862-15 Apr 1863.

49.

Henderson BARNUM

49th Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized March 11, 1864, from 11th Louisiana Infantry (African Descent).

50.

Henry BARNUM

Served with Company H, 39th New York; died at Andersonville Prison.

51.

Henry BARNUM

Enlisted in Company C, 59th Illinois on 10 Jul 1862; discharged wounded.

52.

Henry BARNUM

Enlisted in Company D, 108th New York on 26 Jul 1862, aged 21 years. He is buried in Fairview Cemetery, Bedford, Iowa.

53.

Henry BARNUM

71st Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized at Black River Bridge and Natchez, Miss., and Alexandria, La., March 3 to August 13, 1864.

54.

Henry C. BARNUM

Served with Company H, 143rd Pennsylvania; wounded at Gettysburg and died in Army Hospital Baltimore, Maryland on 18 Jul 1863.

55.

Henry L. BARNUM

Served with Company E, 27th Massachusetts during the period 20 Sep 1861-22 Sep 1864.

56.

Henry P. BARNUM

Served with Company C, 96th Illinois during the period 15 Aug 1862-6 Jan 1865.

57.

Henry T. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company F, 171st Ohio on 27 Apr 1864, aged 27 years.

58.

Henry V. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company D, 27th Michigan on 31 Dec 1862; died at Covington, Kentucky on 18 Jul 1863.

59.

Herbert BARNUM

Enlisted in Company G, Colonel PEASE's 117th New York Regiment on 11 Aug 1862, aged 19 years; died at Oberlin, Ohio on 20 Apr 1864.

60.

Herman S. BARNUM

Served with Company C, 5th Iowa.

61.

Hiram BARNUM

Served with Company A, 47th Iowa.

62.

Howard BARNUM

114th Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized at Camp Nelson, Ky., July 4, 1864.

63.

Ira J. BARNUM

Served with the 12th Michigan; as a substitute for Charles BOURKE, drafted.

64.

James BARNUM

50th Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized March 11, 1864, from 12th Louisiana Infantry (African Descent).

65.

James BARNUM

137th Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized at Selma, Ala., April 8, 1865. Mustered in at Macon, Ga., June 1, 1865.

66.

James F. BARNUM

Enlisted from Michigan on 6 Aug 1862; died in Cincinnati.

67.

James H. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company C, 64th Illinois on 11 Nov 1861.

68.

James J. BARNUM

29th Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized at Quincy, Ill., April 24, 1864; Organized at Quincy, Ill., April 24, 1864.

69.

James S. BARNUM

Served with Company F, 64th Illinois.

70.

John BARNUM

Corporal; Served with Company C, 7th Kansas during the period Aug 1862-Jun 1865.

71.

John BARNUM

86th Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized April 4, 1864, from 14th Corps de Afrique Infantry.

72

John B. BARNUM

43rd Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized at Philadelphia, Pa., March 12 to June 3, 1864.

73.

John E. BARNUM                  

Served with Company I, 35th Wisconsin; died 22 Sep 1864 at Morgan City, Louisiana.

74.

John F. BARNUM

Served with Company M, 1st Michigan Cavalry; honorably discharged at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas on 8 Sep 1865.

75.

John H. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company C, 70th New York on 16 Oct 1861; served in 24 separate actions, and was discharged with a disability on 1 Dec 1862.

76.

John H. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company A, 4th Wisconsin Cavalry on 2 Jul 1861.

77.

John W. (N.) BARNUM (1845-1916)

Enlisted in the 19th Ohio Light Artillery on 6 Aug 1864, aged 19 years.

78.

John T. BARNUM

Served with Company I, 23rd Michigan.

79.

John W. BARNUM

Served with Company F, 12th Wisconsin during the period 1862-1865.

80.

Joseph BARNUM

Joseph BARNUM was born about 1816 in Currituck County, North Carolina and enlisted in the Navy on May 13, 1862. He was 5 feet 9 inches tall, rated as a 3rd Class Boy and served as a woodchopper to feed the steam engines aboard the shallow-draft steamer John L. Lockwood. His service lasted from at least July 1862 through January 1863, during which time his vessel was assigned to the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron. Cruising the inland waters of North Carolina, the John L. Lockwood patrolled innumerable streams and inlets, assisted Army units ashore and sank or captured several Confederate vessels.

81.

Joseph B. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company B, 1st Wisconsin Cavalry on 28 Sep 1864.

82.

Joseph C. BARNUM

Served three years with Company A, 38th Iowa.

83.

Joseph O. BARNUM

Served with Company A, 10th Michigan during the period 31 Mar 1864-19 Aug 1965.

84.

Joshua BARNUM

Served with Battery D, 41st Pennsylvania

85.

Josiah BARNUM

Served with Company G, 73rd Indiana during the period 1862-1865.

86.

Kinney BARNUM

Served with Company K, 141st New York; died at Elmira, New York on 15 Mar 1864.

87.

Lewis BARNUM

99th Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized April 4, 1864, from 5th Corps de Afrique Engineers.

88.

Lewis BARNUM

Served with Company C, 7th Illinois.

89.

Lorenzo Heman BARNUM

Served throughout the Civil War as a member of Company K, 6th Massachusetts.

90.

Miles J. BARNUM

Sergeant; served with Company H, 18th Illinois during the period 19 Aug 1862-8 Jul 1865.

91.

Nathan BARNUM (also called Nathan BURNHAM)

2nd Lieutenant, Co. C, 1st U.S. Colored Infantry.

92.

Nathan G. BARNUM

Served with Company A, 8th Connecticut.

93.

Nathaniel W. BARNUM

Served with Company M, 1st Michigan Cavalry; died of pneumonia at Army Hospital, Washington, D.C. on 5 Apr 1864.

94.

Peter BARNUM

Killed in the Civil War.

95.

Phanuel BARNUM

Enlisted in Company I, 22nd Wisconsin on 13 Aug 1862; deserted on 5 Sep 1862.

96.

Philo Byron BARNUM

Served three years and ten months.

97.

Presley E. BARNUM

Served with Company A, 5th Illinois Cavalry during the period 31 Aug 1861-30 Aug 1864.

98.

Reid L. BARNUM

Served with Company C, 37th Iowa.

99.

Reuben H. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company D, 7th Ohio in Nov 1861, aged 21 years; killed at Winchester, Virginia on 23 Mar 1862.

100.

Richard BARNUM

103rd Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized at Hilton Head. S.C., March 10, 1865.

101.

Russell T. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company G, 2nd Connecticut in Aug 1862; served three years; died at Soldiers' Home, Noronon, Connecticut.

102.

Samuel BARNUM

43rd Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized at Philadelphia, Pa., March 12 to June 3, 1864.

103.

Samuel A. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company E, 34th Ohio in Apr 1861, aged 21 years; brother of No. 3.

104.

Samuel H. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company C, 19th Ohio in Apr 1861, aged 23 years.

105.

Samuel Winship BARNUM

Was killed 6 Dec 1862.

106.

Shed BARNUM

64th Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized March 11, 1864, from 7th Louisiana Infantry (African Descent).

107.

Smith D. BARNUM

23rd Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized at Camp Casey, Va., November 23, 1863, to June 30, 1864.

108.

Stephen BARNUM

Served with Company K, 6th Michigan Cavalry during the period 20 Sep 1862-24 Dec 1865.

109.

Stephen D. BARNUM

Of Michigan; was drafted; no record of his service has been found.

110.

Talmadge M. BARNUM

Served with Company E, 8th Michigan during the period 18 Feb 1864-30 Jul 1865; wounded in action on 6 May 1864.

111.

Theodore A. BARNUM

Corporal; served with Company M, 1st Michigan Cavalry during the period 20 Aug 1861-22 Aug 1864.

112.

Timothy L. BARNUM

Served three years with Company D, 5th Iowa.

113.

Thomas F. BARNUM

Served with Company I, 13th Kansas during the period Aug 1862-Jun 1865.

114.

Urban BARNUM

Served with Company A, 9th Michigan during the period 13 Feb 1865-15 Sep 1865.

115.

Warren M. BARNUM

Served with Company B, 47th Ohio during the period 15 Jun 1861-11 Aug 1865; captured at Atlanta, Georgia on 22 Jul 1864.

116.

Washington BARNUM

49th Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized March 11, 1864, from 11th Louisiana Infantry (African Descent).

117.

Washington D. BARNUM

Served three years with Company C, 13th Iowa.

118.

Watson BARNUM

Served with Company B, 27th Michigan during the period 28 Mar 1864-26 Aug 1865.

119.

William BARNUM

Enlisted in Company F, 33rd New York on 22 May 1861, aged 25 years.

120.

William BARNUM

Served with Battery M, 112th Pennsylvania.

121.

William BARNUM

29th Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry; Organized at Quincy, Ill., April 24, 1864.

122.

William BARNUM

Corporal; enlisted in Company H, 5th Ohio in Jan 1861, aged 21 years; discharged in Jul 1865.

123.

William BARNUM

Served with Company C, 177th Pennsylvania.

124.

William BARNUM

Served with Company K, 12th Michigan during the period 22 Aug 1862-15 Feb 1866.

125.

William B. BARNUM

Served with Company D, 3rd Kansas.

126.

William C. BARNUM

Served with Company A, 139th Illinois.

127.

William E. BARNUM

Enlisted in Company G, 88th Illinois on 13 Aug 1862; deserted on 3 Sep 1863.

128.

William Foster BARNUM

Served with Company F, 16th New York.

129.

William H. BARNUM

Served with Company B, 7th Wisconsin during the period 17 Oct 1864-1865.

130.

William H. BARNUM

Served with Company G, 25th Michigan during the period 22 Aug 1862-24 Jun 1865.

131.

William Harrison BARNUM

Enlisted in Company E, 2nd Michigan on 26 Mar 1864; was killed at Petersburg on 19 Aug 1864.

132.

William J. BARNUM

Served with Company E, 107th Pennsylvania.

133.

William Levi BARNUM

Was a musician with the 12th New York.

134.

William P. BARNUM

Served with Company A, 22nd Kansas.

135.

William R. BARNUM

Served three years with Company F, 23rd Iowa.

136.

Zadok BARNUM

Served with the 1st Wisconsin Heavy Artillery during the period 27 Aug 1861-7 Jul 1864.

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR

1.

Emerson E. BARNUM

Served with Company G, 62nd Regiment, Iowa Volunteer Infantry during the period 26 Apr 1898-30 Nov 1898.

2.

Horace Harvey BARNUM

Died in 1898. Son of Horace W. BARNUM.

3.

Howard Slocum BARNUM

Served with Company M, 1st Regiment, Connecticut Infantry during the period 20 Jun 1898-31 Oct 1898.

4.

James Howard BARNUM

Served with Company A, 1st Regiment, Vermont Volunteer Infantry during the period 11 May 1898-3 Nov 1898.

 

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