Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Charles Crandall, 2nd., N. Y. H. Artillery..

New York State Records.

CRANDALL, CHARLES.—Age, 18 years., Enlisted, December 29,1863, at Herkimer; mustered in as private, Co. K, January 7, 1864, to serve three years; discharged, December 12, 1864, at Carver General Hospital, Washington, D. C, of wounds received in action, May 19,1864, at Spottsylvania, Va.

Files of the Surgeon General.

Charles Crandall, Private, Co. K., 2nd., New York Artillery, Age 18 years, was wounded in the left foot, at Spottsylvania, May 18, 1864 and entered Carver Hospital at Washington six days afterwards.  "Wound was caused by a musket ball".  On May 29, 1864, a partial amputation of the foot.  September 30, 1864, the wound was entirely healed, but was still unable to stand on it.  He was discharged from the service December 12, 1864, and pensioned.  He died May 12, 1867.

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