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Joseph F. Duhon

DUHON, JOSEPH F., Enlisted in the service of the Confederate States of America in May, 1862, and served "Honorably" as a "Private" in Company "I", of the 28th Regiment of South Louisiana "Infantry", C.S.A. He was at his time of enlistment resident of Lake Charles, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana. He was "Honorably" discharged from said Confederate service in May, 1865, by Colonel Allen Thomas, 28th Louisiana "Infantry". At which time he held the rank of "Private". (Obtained from "Southern Cross of Honor" application…his writing). He received a Confederate pension from the State of Texas. Pension # 18218.

Wife: Cellise Duhon drew a Confederate Pension from the State of Texas, Pension # 25919.

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