George H. Walker, Civil War Soldier


George H. Walker.

Born in Madison, Me.___Son of Samuel C. Walker,___by occupation a Carpenter,___Unmarried,___at the age of 21 enlisted for three years in the 21st Regiment of Infantry, Mass. Vols.__Company F.___Mustered into service August 16, 1861, and appointed Corporal.
He participated in all the duties and movements with the regiment (for a full account of which, see Searle's record, page 136,) until September 7, 1862. At that date, as the regiment started to take part in the Maryland Campaign, Walker was unable to accompany it, and was taken to Harewood Hospital,___November 11th, was transferred to the Convalescent Camp , at Alexandria.
Discharged from service February 4, 1863, and returned to Chicopee.
Resides at Amherst Dec. 15 1868


ca. 1861-1865


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