1st Delaware Volunteer Infantry

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1st Delaware Volunteer Infantry (1898-1898) - Organized and mustered into the service of the United States at Middletown, May 9 to 19, with 47 officers and 969 enlisted men.

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  • Movements:
    • Changed station from Middletown to Camp Meade, Pa., August 20.
    • Two battalions returned to Middletown, Del., October 3.
    • One battalion (Companies A, B, G, and M) returned to Middletown November 6
    • Two battalions furloughed for thirty days September 22

Mustered out at Wilmington, Del., November 16. One battalion (Companies A, B, G, and M) furloughed for thirty days November 2 and mustered out at Wilmington December 19. Strength at muster out, 43 officers and 836 enlisted men. Casualties while in service: Officers-none. Enlisted men- died of disease, 8; deserted, 46.


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