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Private Daniel Webster Frailey
Posted by: Richard Karnosky (ID *****3250) Date: April 09, 2011 at 23:56:23
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My great-grandfather enlisted in the Union 15th Regiment of the KY Cav. company F and was mustered-in at Puducah, KY on March 11, 1863. He was joined for duty and enrollment on December 1, 1862 at Smithland, KY for a period of 12 months. From the information I can find, he spent most of the year at Paducah. He was muster-out on 6 October 1863. On his muster-in roll, he was part of Capt. Maxwell's Company. On the Special Muster Roll dated 18 April 1863, he was marked present, as he was also marked present on the Compamy Muster Roll dated 30 April 1863. But for May and June 1863, he was marked absent, with no remarks. The Company Muster Roll for July and August 1863, he was maked presnt.
On being mustered out, he was advanced $60.19 for clothing in kind or money. He owed the U.S. 48 cents for arms, equiptments, etc. Under remarks, it is written "Stop for one Haversack."
Any information on the year of Daniel Webster Frailey of Hardin Count, IL while in the 15th Regiment of the KY Cav. would be appreciated.

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