Colonel George Dare War Date Signed Document

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Here is a rare war date 1861 Civil War Document Signed by Lt. Colonel George Dare while he was a Major early in the war. The document is a Requisition for forage for one of Dare’s Private Horses for a month — 372 pounds of Oats and 434 Pounds of Hay. The document is signed twice by Dare!

Colonel Dare enlisted on June 21, 1861 as a Major, and was commissioned into the Field & Staff of the 34th Pennsylvania Infantry. He was promoted to Lt. Colonel on August 1, 1862. Dare was wounded at Fredericksburg, VA on December 13, 1862, and was Killed in Action on May 6, 1864 at the Wilderness, Virginia. His direct superior was Brevet Brigadier General Joseph W. Fisher, who reported to Brigadier General Samuel W. Crawford.

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