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Civil War

Schedule 1 - Consolidated List of all persons of Class I, subject to do military duty in the Nineteenth Congressional District, consisting of the Countys of Ashtabula, Trumbull, Mahoning and Portage & Geauga, State of Ohio, enumerated during the month of June, 1863, under direction of Darius Cadwell, Provost Marshal
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Residence   Name

DESCRIPTION

 

Place of
Birth
(St., Territory, or Country
Former Military
Service
 
Age 1st
July
1863
White
or
Colored
Profession,
Occupation
or Trade
Married or
Unmarried
Conneaut 1 Farnham, Benard J. 32 White Laborer Married N. Y. None  
"   " 2 Flagg, BenjaminF. 20 White Clerk Single Ohio 4 mon. service Discharged before March 3d
"   " 3 Fenton, William W. 20 White Shoemaker Single Pa 18 mon. service Discharged before March 3d
Pllymouth " 4 Frayer, Edward D. 30 White Farmer Married New York None  
"   " 5 Fuller, Byron C. 24 White Farmer Single Ohio None  
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To Colonel JAMES B. FRY,                           STATION: Headquarters 19 Congr. Dist. of Ohio
Provost Marshal General U. S.,
Washington, D. C.                 Date: 10 July 1863..

Signed Darius Cadwell, Provost Marshal

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