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Civil War Records of Charles B. Sanders

Grand Army of the Republic
Isaac Davis Post No. 138

Personal War Sketch for Charles B. Sanders

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Comrade Charles B. Sanders
Who was born the
day of
A.D. 1844
County of Middlesex
State of Massachusetts

At Rollingsford, N.H., in the eleventh of August, 1862, I first entered the service, as private in Company B. 13th Regiment N.H. Infantry, and afterwards promoted in rank to Corporal.


I was first discharged in March 1864 by order of the War Dept. to Receive a commissioned as First Lieutenant and Adjutant of the 30th U.S. Colored Troops


Was finally mustered out of Regiment after twenty-eight months service on December 10, 1865.


I was through the Wilderness Campaign, and was taken prisoner at the battle of “Crator” in front of Petersburg and confined in a Rebel Prison at Columbia, S.C. for seven months.


I Certify that the Sketch of my War service as above written is true as
I verily believe  
Date Signed
We certify that Comrade Charles B. Sanders Joined Isaac Davis
Post No. 138 Department of Massachusetts G.A.R. May 2, 1882
Held Offices of
Surgeon, two years, 1882-83 – Junior Vice, one year, Commander 1885
F.H. Stevens
H.R. Knowlton