Harvey Crain

Harvey Crain

Civil War (Confederate) · Confederate Army · Private E-1
Civil War (Confederate) (1861 - 1865)
Conflict Period

Civil War (Confederate)

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State

Florida

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Branch

Confederate Army

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Unit

Sixth Infantry (Ch-F)

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Service Start Date

2 Apr 1862

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Service End Date

1 May 1865

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Rank

Private E-1

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Served For

United States of America

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Stories about Harvey Crain

War

    Harvey Crane, age 24, was enlisted as Private on April 2nd, 1862 in Captain McLean’s  Company, Company H (Union Rebels), 6th Regiment Florida Infantry by by J. J. Finley at Mount Vernon Arsenal, Florida, for a period of 3 years or the war.  (Company Muster Roll for April 2nd to April 21st, 1862).

    He is reported present on Company Muster Roll for April 1st to July 1st, 1862.

    He is reported absent on the Company Muster Roll for June 30th through November 12th, 1862.  This roll documents him absent sick at Knoxville, Tennessee since October 27th 1862.

    He is reported present on the Company Muster Roll for November 12th, 1862 through February 11th, 1863.

    He is reported present on the Company Muster Roll for February 11th through April 17th, 1863.

    He is reported present on the Company Muster Roll for April 17th through April 30th, 1863.

    He is reported present and due commutation from enlistment on the Company Muster Roll for April 30th through July 9th, 1863.

    He is reported absent on the Company Muster Roll for July 9th, 1863 through October 31st, 1863.  This roll documents him absent sick at hospital.

    He was issued a pair of shoes on November 21st, 1863, by Special Requisition, Form 40.

    He is reported absent on the Company Muster Roll for November & December, 1863.  This roll documents him absent sick in hospital; it also documents a “stoppage for loss of ordnance of $47.86.

    He appears on a Receipt Roll for clothing issued on November 1st, 1863.

    He is reported absent on the Company Muster Roll for December 31st, 1863, through February 29th, 1864.  This roll documents him absent sick in hospital since December 5th, 1863; it also documents a “stoppage for loss of ordnance of $47.86.

    He is reported present on the Hospital Muster Roll for St. Mary’s Hospital at La Grange, Georgia to December 31st 1863, dated January 2nd, 1864.  This roll documents him admitted as a patient on December 2nd, 1863.

    He appears on a Receipt Roll for Clothing for April 1st to June 30th, 1864.

    He appears on a Receipt for clothing received of Surgeon in Charge of St. Mary’s Hospital at La Grange, Georgia dated June 27th, 1864.  On the same date, he appears on a Register of St. Mary’s Hospital at La Grange, Georgia as being returned to duty.

    He appears on a Register of St. Mary’s Hospital at West Point, Mississippi dated January 10th, 1865, as being admitted for “illegible”.

    He is reported present on the Muster Roll dated April 28th, 1865.  He is identified as a Private, assigned to Company E, 1st Florida Infantry. Remarks indicate that this Company is composed of Companies E, F, G, H, I, and K of the original 6th Florida Infantry).  This Muster also indicates that he was paroled on May 1st, 1865 at Greensboro, North Carolina.

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    10/26/2013
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