Civil War Era CDV of Colonel Henry Deming 12th Connecticut Infantry
Colonel Henry C Deming of Hartford CT. Commanded the 12th Connecticut from 12/61-1/63, the regiment serving in the Louisiana theatre the regiment fighting at Georgia Landing and Bayou Teche during that time. The regiment saw heavy fighting at Port Hudson and the Valley campaign of 1864 in the 18th Corps. The following was submitted by: Brian Heintzelman. This soldier was born in Colchester, Connecticut on May 23, 1815. He graduated from Yale in 1846 and from Harvard Law School in 1849. He began a law practice in New York City in 1839, but moved back to Hartford in 1847. In Connecticut he was a member of the State house of representatives for two terms. The State senate for one term, and was mayor of Hartford for six years. While in the Army he was appointed military mayor of New Orleans.
House of Representatives for two terms, was appointed collector of internal. Revenue in 1869, and died October 8, 1872. He is buried in Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, Section H, Lot 92. Prior to his death he wrote The Life of Ulysses S. The item "Civil War Era CDV of Colonel Henry Deming 12th Connecticut Infantry" is in sale since Monday, August 28, 2017.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Photographs". The seller is "civil_war_photos" and is located in Midland, Michigan.
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