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1842. William Logan Rodman. Major 38th Mass. Vols. (Infantry), August 19, 1862; Lieutenant-Colonel December 4, 1862; killed at Port Hudson, La., May 27, 1863. the many Boston and Cambridge boys who met thirty years ago at the boarding-school of that fine old-fashioned Englishman, William Wells, in the near neighborho
his name was hardly mentioned beyond it, save among a small inner circle of his early companions, until the war called him forth for duty and for death.
William Logan Rodman was the only son of Benjamin and Susan (Morgan) Rodman, and was born March 7, 1822.
He was descended, on the mother's side, from a prominent family in PhRodman, and was born March 7, 1822.
He was descended, on the mother's side, from a prominent family in Philadelphia, and on the father's side from a line of worthy ancestors, all members of the Society of Friends, and numbering in their ranks the most influential merchants and ship-owners of Nantucket and New Bedford.
Joseph Rotch, his great-great-grandfather, William Rotch, his great-grandfather, Samuel Rodman, his grandfather, wer