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Civil War Brig General Charles Page

Charles Page (1829-1906) born in Virginia to Washington Craig Page and Elizabeth Ann Claggett. {Courtesy of ArmyChap eBay item number: 361171218743}

Military History: Assistant Surgeon U. S. Army, December, 1851. At Key West, Fla., 1852. In Missouri, 1852. At Fort Laramie, D. T., to 1857. Fort Smith, Ark., to 1859. Fort Washita, I. T., to 1861. In Kansas, and at Baltimore, Md., 1861. At the U. S. Military Academy, West Point, N. Y., to 1862. Hospital duty, Washington, D. C., 1862. At Hagerstown, Md. Surgeon U. S. Army, April, 1862. At Camp of Convalescents, Alexandria, Va., to 1863. Hospital duty, Alexandria, Va., to 1864. With the Army of the Potomac, to 1865. In the Department of Virginia, to 1866. Medical Director Department of North Carolina, 1866. Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel U. S. Army, for faithful and meritorious services during the war. In the 2d Military District, and Department of the South, Charleston, S. C., 1867. From "Military Record of Civilian Appointments in the United States Army, Volume 1."


A little interesting find in the newspaper archives on Dr. Page along with Lieut. John Cunningham Kelton. Mormon emigrants----Emigrants Perishing on the Plains.--The Way They Bury Them Plain Dealer Wednesday, Feb 04, 1857 Cleveland, OH Page: 2


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