Buffalo Barracks Soldiers
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GREEN, William
Age 26
Eyes hazel
Hair black
Complexion dark
Height 5' 7.5"
Birth Place Charleston, New Hampshire
Occupation Laborer
Date March 30, 1839
Where Cleveland
By Lieut. Shackleford
Regiment 2nd Artillery
Company F
Discharge Date August 7, 1840
Cause Court Martial
Died -
Deserted August 24, 1839
Apprehended May 17, 1840
Enlistment -
Remarks At Buffalo Barracks, New York - PRIVATE

The information above was carefully extracted and digitized from NARA Microfilm Series M233 20-23, by Cliff Williams of Rochester, NY.
The microfilm series is entitled: "The Descriptive and Historical Resgisters of 51,000 Soldiers in the U.S. Army, 1835-1856."
Only the data for those soldiers who either enlisted and/or served "At Buffalo," has been presented here for:

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