ID’D PHOTO OF 10TH RHODE ISLAND VETERAN

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This is a cabinet card photograph of Charles A. Barbour, formerly of Company F, 10th Rhode Island Infantry. Image is a vignette bust view of Barbour in a dark suit wearing his GAR membership badge on his chest. Contrast is a little light but the image is clear. Edges of the card are worn. Reverse has tape residue and “CHARLES BARBOUR, 10 RI INF Co. F” in modern script. An older inscription is visible under the tape residue.

Charles A Barbour was born in 1833. On May 26, 1862 he enlisted as a Sergeant in Co. F, 10th Rhode Island Infantry for three months. During that time he served in the defenses of Washington, D.C. He was detached for some kind of “Special Duty” on June 30, 1862 and was mustered out on September 1st that same year at the expiration of his time. He died in Bristol, Rhode Island in 1924 and is buried there in the North Burial Ground.

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