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LARGE FRAMED PHOTO OF 21st. MICHIGAN COL. McCREERY
Item #: GXXXX3
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Large photo of Colonel William Barker McCreery of the 21st Michigan Infantry, Matted and framed as seen in photos.

Col. McCreery was from Flint, MI. He enlisted on 05/25/1861 as a sergeant.

On 05/25/1861 he was mustered into CO "F" 2nd Michigan Infantry, and was discharged for promotion on 12/01/1862

On 03/18/1863 he was commissioned into Field & staff 21s Michigan Infantry.

Promotions:

2nd Lieutenant - 07/10/1861

1st Lieutenant - 07/25/1861

Captain - 09/10/1861

Lt. Colonel - 02/03/1863

Was listed as the following:

05/05/1862 Wounded Williamsburg, Va.

09/20/1863 P.O.W. Chickamauga, GA.

02/09/1864 Escaped from Libby Prison.

Yes he was probably one of the escapees of the famous escape that day led by Colonel Thomas E. Rose of the 77th Pennsylvania Infantry.

Shipping Weight: 7 lbs
Your Price $425.00 USD

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