Charles A. Pattrell, Civil War Soldier


Charles A. Pattrell
Born in Ware, Mass._Son of Isaac Pattrell,_by occupation a Mechanic,_Married,_at the age of 33 enlisted for nine months in the 46th. Regiment of Infantry, Mass. Vols._Company D._Mustered into service September 25, 1862.
He was not with the company on the Trent Road reconnoissances, on account of sickness, and for the same reason was left in Newborn when the regiment went to Plymouth, although not obliged to enter the hospital. From March 15th 1863 till the date of his discharge he was off duty nearly all the time, except that he accompanied the regiment on the Gum Swamp Expedition, which left Newbern on the 21st of May.
Sick afterwards_with chills and fever, and was discharged from the service June 20th 1863._Left Newbern on the 22nd and arrived in Chicopee on the 25th.


ca. 1861-1865


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