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James K POLK CROSIER of Searsburg, VT ~ died in CIVIL WAR in 1864 Winchester VA
Posted by: Jan Jordan (ID *****1076) Date: September 18, 2005 at 13:10:28
In Reply to: Researching Crosier from Ireland to Vermont by Chuck Gibson of 103

Hi Chuck,
JAMES K.P. CROSIER
Halifax, Vermont.

Enlisted: Dec. 9, 1863
Mustered in: Dec. 21, 1863 into
FOURTH REGIMENT, COMPANY I.
Remarks: Wounded Sept. 19, 1864; Transferred to Co. F, Feb. 25, 1865 [sic.]; Died Sept. 20, 1864 in Winchester, Virginia.
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ROSTER OF VERMONTERS WHO SERVED IN THE CIVIL WAR, prepared and republished under the direction of Martha T. Rainville, The Adjutant General, Vol. 1, Camp Johnson, Colchester, Vermont, 1988, page 136.

For military engagements, etc. of this Union Soldier check out

http://www.vermontcivilwar.org

Transcribed by Jan Jordan <jnrose@webtv.net>

[My note: This was my maternal great grand uncle.
His parents were James L. and Malona L. BROWN CROSIER of Searsburg, Bennington, VT and Halifax, Windham, VT. I have a photo thanks :) to you of the D.A.R. metal his parents received.]


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