Buffalo Barracks Soldiers
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GREEN, Nathan E.
Age 28
Eyes grey
Hair light
Complexion dark
Height 5' 6"
Birth Place New London, Connecticutt
Occupation Laborer
Date June 17, 1841
Where Buffalo
By Lieut. Townsend
Regiment 2nd Artillery
Company K
Discharge Date -
Cause Killed In Action
Died May 9, 1846
Deserted -
Apprehended -
Enlistment -
Remarks At Resaca de la Palma with the Mexicans - CORPORAL

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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