Remembering Sergeant Major Daniel G. Spalding
Daniel Spalding was twenty-one years old at the time of his enlistment. A tobacconist by trade, Private Spalding was appointed sergeant major by Colonel Pope on September 16, 1861. He was discharged in Louisville on May 3, 1864, on a certificate of disability based upon tuberculosis.
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