524. WILLIAM HENRY Haggard
Volunteered in August 1862 as a private in Company C, 21st Iowa Volunteers, commanded by Captain Harrison; discharged 5 December 1862 due to chronic bronchitis and dyspepsia. In her petition for a widow's pension Eunice noted he died of "Consumption", the result of measles contracted in the service. Consumption is known as "Tuberculosis" which he probably transmitted to his first wife and children.
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