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Caleb Brown with sons Nathan Oliver and David E. Brown

Caleb Brown with sons Nathan Oliver and David E. Brown

Left to right: Nathan Oliver Brown, Caleb Brown, and David E. Brown. Photo taken about 1918.

Nathan and David were sons of Caleb Brown and Missouri Greenland Brown.

Caleb Brown served as a Private in Company C of the 67th Regiment of the Pennsylvania Volunteers during the Civil War. He was drafted into service on Aug 22, 1864 at Hollidaysburg, PA. Caleb developed rheumatism in his back and hip during a march from Richmond, VA to Halls Hill, VA. This occurred on or about the 1st of June, 1865. Caleb was mustered out of his company on July 14, 1865 at Halls Hill, VA. His rheumatism affected him the rest of his life.

Caleb died from pneumonia in the National Soldiers' Home in Dayton, Montgomery County, OH in 1920.

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