"Mustered Out" Caleb Frederick Lingo The National Tribune (Washington, District of Columbia) 20 August 1896

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 - MUSTERED OUT. Teternn or the Country's Grandest...
MUSTERED OUT. Teternn or the Country's Grandest Arm? Who Have Answered the Last CaU. Rodes. Afc Chambersburg, Pa.. Ang. II, Capt. Benjamin Rodes, Co. Br2d Pa., and Co. K, 107th Pa. The comrade committed saicida by shootiug himself in the head. Lingo. At Cincinnati, 0.t Aug. 1, Caleb Frederick Lingo, Co. H, 10th Ind., aged 60. Ho enlisted Aug. 26, 1861, at-Lafayette, Ind.; was slightly wannded at the battle of Mill Spring?, and severely at Chickamauga,. Sept. 20, 1863, where he fell on the field and waa captured by the enemy. When paroled he was? found unfit for further military service, -and discharged. This wound never healed, bat occasioned constant suffering; no doubt hastening his death. Since the war Comrade Lingo baa resided iu Cincinnati, where he has been almost continuously employed in Governmental sery-ice. The funeral services-were conducted under the auspices of the Masonic fraternities, assisted by comrades of Israel Lndlaw Post, 76,

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  2. 20 Aug 1896, Thu,
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  • — "Mustered Out" Caleb Frederick Lingo The National Tribune (Washington, District of Columbia) 20 August 1896

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