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Daily Archives: June 21, 2014
William “in bed for six days”
Almost from the beginning of the war, William Patterson had health issues. In 1862 he suffered from what soldiers called “camp fever.” Today we call it typhoid. As the war continued, William had bouts of a variety of complaints. In this … Continue reading
Posted in Civil War, Collections, Patterson Family, SC&A Tagged 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 1st OVI, Civil War, First Ohio Volunteer Infantry, MS-236, Patterson, Patterson brothers, Patterson family, William Patterson Comments Off on William “in bed for six days”