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Re: Soldier (?) BENEDICT in Span-Amer. SEARCHING!
Posted by: t. oconnor (ID *****1367) Date: March 06, 2003 at 19:18:00
In Reply to: Soldier (?) BENEDICT in Span-Amer. SEARCHING! by DaileyTevisBenedictGarrison of 893


Only ONE listed in Record of Penna Volunteers in SP AM war:

Benedict, Dudley F. Priv. Co. D Res. Philadelphia PA. Enrd June 22, 1898, MI June 22, 1898, Mustered out w/ company Oct 22, 1898.

This regiment never left the US during the war.

I can't imagine Dudley Benedict is a very common name.

Hope this helps.


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