Charles H Tracy

Charles H Tracy

Civil War (Union) · US Army · Sergeant
Civil War (Union) (1861 - 1865)
Branch

Army

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Location

At Spotsylvania, Va

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Conflict Period

Civil War (Union)

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Unit

Company A, 37th Massachusetts Infantry

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Date of Incident

12 May 1864

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Rank

Sergeant

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Served For

United States of America

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Stories about Charles H Tracy

    At the risk of his own life, at Spotsylvania, 12 May 1864, assisted in carrying to a place of safety a wounded and helpless officer. On 2 April 1865, advanced with the pioneers, and, under heavy fire, assisted in removing 2 lines of chevaux-de-frise; was twice wounded but advanced to the third line, where he was again severely wounded, losing a leg.

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