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WANTED No Carolina Union Vols Capt Graham 1863-65 & 1867-70

Discussion in 'Sutlers & Soldiers Classified Ads' started by shecrab, Dec 21, 2015.

  1. shecrab

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    Looking for any items relating to Civil War Officer, George W Graham. From Essex Cty NY and originally in 3rd NY Cav until May 1863 when he went to the 1st North Carolina Union Vols. Rank of Captain 1863. Commander of Company L, a mounted infantry troop. Areas mainly New Bern and Little Washington, NC. I have one copy of a photo of his 10th Cavalry Indian Wars days, seeking anything on him Civil War or later. I recently finished my bio on him "Not A Soldier, But A Scoundrel" and it is available. He was mustered out New Bern June 1865.
     

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