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Re: Capt. Sroufe of the union army
Posted by: Les Campbell Date: February 04, 2000 at 09:31:59
In Reply to: Capt. Sroufe of the union army by matt sroufe of 153

For what it's worth, it sounds like Captain George W. Sroufe, of the 112th (?) Illinois Infantry, who lived in Western Illinois. His line is fairly well established, and his WIFE, I believe was also a Sroufe, a cousin of his. He had three children who lived, but I can't remember them right now.

He was wounded in battle of Utoy Creek in the Atlanta campaign in 1864, drew a pension in Illinois. I used to have his pension information, don't know what I did with it.

I used to think he was "My" George W. Sroufe, because he had the same name, born the same year, same state, but he was not. He's a distant cousin to my line somehow.

Les Campbell.


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