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No imprint.  Bounty placed on his head by Forrest.  "Edward AndersonResidence Chicago IL; a 27 year-old Minister.Enlisted on 9/18/1861 at Chicago, IL as a Chaplain.On 9/18/1861 he was commissioned into Field & Staff IL 37th Infantry He Resigned on 4/25/1862On 3/1/1864 he was commissioned into Field & Staff IN 12th Cavalry He was Mustered Out on 11/10/1865 at Vicksburg, MSPromotions:* Colonel 3/1/1864 (As of 12th IN Cav)Other Information:born 11/19/1833 in Boston, MAMember of GAR Post # 88 (Paul Revere) in Quincy, MAMember of GAR Post # 113 (Edward W. Kinsely) in Boston, MAMember of GAR Post # 451 (Josiah M. Wells) in Columbus, OHHeld GAR Offices:* National Chaplain-in-Chief for 1888* Dept of CT Chaplain from 1886 to 1887died 5/21/1916 Buried: Forest Hills Cemetery, Boston, MAGravesite: 3-130After the War he lived in Norwalk, CTSources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.: - Illinois: Roster of Officers and Enlisted Men - Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Indiana - Photo courtesy of Massachusetts Commandery of MOLLUS - GAR Dept of Massachusetts 1866-1947 (Sargent) - SUVCW Database: Historical Data Systems, Inc. @

CDV Colonel Edward Anderson 12th Indiana Cav

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