Charles A. Crawford
Company D 22nd Infantry
Charles A. Crawford was born in Jennings County, Indiana in 1851.
He enlisted in the Army for a
period of five years at Indianapolis, Indiana on January 18,
His enlistment record indicated he stood 5 feet 7 ¾ inches tall had grey eyes, light brown hair
and a light complexion.
Crawford was assigned to Company
D 22nd Infantry at Fort Wayne, Michigan
from the Recruit Depot on January 24, 1878.
From January 24 to April 26,
1878 he was one of 13 soldiers from Company D on Detached Service
at Fort Wayne, Michigan.
Private Crawford died of
dysentery at Fort Clark, Texas on
September 15, 1880.
Above: The entry for Charles Crawford in the Returns of the 22nd Infantry for the month of September 1880.
Charles A. Crawford was buried
in the Post Cemetery at Fort Clark, Texas
in Section A Grave number 11.
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