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My great great grandfather was a prisoner of Rock Island and became a Galvanized Yankee. He was originally a CSA soldier in the Company I, 5th Mounted Infantry of Kentucky. He took the loyalty oath and went west in the Union. I found a Henry D. Combs in the Unionís 7th Illinois Cavalry. Could this be my Henry? Can anyone direct me to a list of Rock Island soldiers who were Galvanized into the Union Army and where they went from there?

It was interesting to read about Galvanized Yankees in the Navy too.

Anne Browning

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