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Re: James Keane, civil war
Posted by: Jack Keane Date: April 14, 2001 at 06:33:54
In Reply to: James Keane, civil war by Greg McDevitt of 817

I have access to an on-line database which shows only four James Keanes in the Union army (I assume that's who he served with). None of them are from PA. Of the four, only one was wounded - at Suffolk, VA. He was later imprisoned but it doesn't say where. He served with the NY 1st Mounted Rifles. He was made a seargent on 9/14/1862 and discharged medically at Hospital, MD on 9/9/1863 after being released from a Confederate prison on 7/14/1863. I hope this helps.


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