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Benjamin Ireland, Civil War soldier
Posted by: Robert Nay (ID *****6285) Date: October 19, 2011 at 14:33:42
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Looking for info on this Civil War soldier of the Penna Bucktails- Benjamin Ireland. What happended to him after the war.

Benjamin J Ireland was born in PA about 1836. He was a lumberman from Tioga County, PA at the time of his enlistment. From Tioga County, he mustered in May 29, 1861, as a private in Company G, 42nd regiment in Harrisburg. Pvt Benjamin Ireland was severely wounded at the Battle of Harrisonburg, and later discharged on December 5, 1862, due to having lost an arm at the battle.
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