Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Captain Gladdin” in chapter 7.68, section c.7.68.128, page 395 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10.:
...of Alabama, and a cousin of Ferdinand C. Latrobe, ex-Mayor of Baltimore.
During his early youth his father removed to New Orleans, where the son was educated.
At the outbreak of the war he joined Captain Gladdin 's company of Cresent City Rifles, and served for a time at Pensacola, and afterward in Virginia.
In September, 1861, he was transferred to the Third Maryland.
His wound was through the heart and ...
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