The Cole Family in the Civil War

Ferris, Jim
May 2013
Settler;May2013, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p42
Academic Journal
The article discusses the Cole family of Bradford County, Pennsylvania during the U.S. Civil War. It comments on William Jonas Cole, who commanded Company C of the 141st Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers, and notes the service of his sons Frederick Franklin Cole and Clarence Cole in the same company. The service of several extended family members is also explored.


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