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Theodore Hale DODD - Lt. Colonel   
His mother was our Sarah Ann PEARCE of Fairfield, Essex County, NJ. Father was Ezra Squires DODD. Left Fairfield at age 4 for Pottsville PA for 3 years and then Damascus, Henry County, Ohio.
Contact Name:  Glen Pierce
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Date Added:  2/2/2010
Company A
Thomas M. Hodges - Private   
He was my great-great grandfather. Came to the northwest on the Oregon Trail, spent several years working in the coal mines in Pendleton, OR. Then continued to Maple Falls, WA where he is buried. He was originally from Virginia. June 3, 1835- June 19, 1908.
Contact Name:  Brian Voyles
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Date Added:  7/13/2009
Company C
Henry Isaac Hastings - Corporal   
3rd Great Grandfather - Private, Sixth Corporal, Company C, 2nd Colorado Volunteer Infantry Regiment. Born on June 9, 1835 in Virginia (Kanawha County, West Virginia), and moved from West Virginia to Kansas with his brother James in 1860 and arrived by boat from St. Louis to Atchison. Enlisted on September 7, 1861 in Nevada City, Colorado Territory, and Mustered In to Company C, 2nd Colorado Volunteer Infantry Regiment on December 1, 1861 at Denver, Colorado Territory. Transferred as a Sixth Corporal to Company L, 1st Colorado Volunteer Cavalry Regiment on December 15, 1862. Mustered out on November 18, 1865. Returned to Kansas and married Sarah E. Smith in Jackson County on December 28, 1865. Lived in that state until the 1870's, then moved back to West Virginia. Died on December 27, 1879. Brother of Second Lieutenant James B. Hastings, 11th Kansas Infantry/Cavalry, U.S. and Private William Hastings, 8th Virginia Cavalry, C.S.A.
Contact Name:  Jaeger Held
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Date Added:  3/2/2019
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