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Admin/Biog History CRANDALL, George Emmett - Pvt., Company K, 11th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry
George was born circa 1840 at Greenfield, New York. He was a son of Mary Crandall and a brother of Asahel from a previous sketch. George listed his residence as Winneconne, Winnebago County when he enlisted at Neenah, Winnebago County on Sept. 28, 1861 and was assigned as above. Standing over 5'7" tall, he had blue eyes, sandy hair and a sandy complexion. He re-enlisted with the same company at the end of his term on Feb. 13, 1864 at Indianola, Texas. George was wounded severely in the leg at Fort Blakely, Alabama in April 1865 and was then discharged on Oct. 17, 1865 due to a disability. He was married in Winnebago County on Jan. 7, 1867 to Sarah Doughty. George was buried with a simple military marker in the town of Winneconne at Bell Cemetery. Sarah, his widow, was married second in Winnebago County on Oct. 24, 1875 to Nicholas Becker.
Classification Archives
Collection Civil War Small Collections
Dates of Accumulation July 6, 1864
Abstract 1 bill or invoice to Mary Crandall from the State of Wisconsin, Office of the Treasurer, for over-payment from the Volunteer Aid Fund, for Emmitt Crandall, in the amount of $130.00.
Event Civil War
Category 8: Communication Artifact
Legal Status Oshkosh Public Museum
Notes CRANDALL, George Emmett - Pvt., Company K, 11th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry
George was born circa 1840 at Greenfield, New York. He was a son of Mary Crandall and a brother of Asahel from a previous sketch. George listed his residence as Winneconne, Winnebago County when he enlisted at Neenah, Winnebago County on Sept. 28, 1861 and was assigned as above. Standing over 5'7" tall, he had blue eyes, sandy hair and a sandy complexion. He re-enlisted with the same company at the end of his term on Feb. 13, 1864 at Indianola, Texas. George was wounded severely in the leg at Fort Blakely, Alabama in April 1865 and was then discharged on Oct. 17, 1865 due to a disability. He was married in Winnebago County on Jan. 7, 1867 to Sarah Doughty. George was buried with a simple military marker in the town of Winneconne at Bell Cemetery. Sarah, his widow, was married second in Winnebago County on Oct. 24, 1875 to Nicholas Becker.
Object ID SC411.5.37.4
Object Name Bill
People Crandall, George Emmett
Crandall, Mary
Subjects Civil War
Soldiers
11th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry
Wisconsin Soldiers' Aid Society
Assistance
Debt
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Title Bill to Mary Crandall
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