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Civil War Soldiers - Harrow
|Harrow, William, brigadier-general,
U.S. Army, was born in Kentucky about 1820, but moved later to Indiana
and entered the national service as major of the 14th Ind. infantry,
June 7, 1861. He was promoted lieutenant-colonel, Feb. 14, 1862,
colonel, April 26, 1862, and brigadier-general of volunteers Nov. 29.
While colonel of the 14th Ind. he participated in the battle of
Antietam, where more than half of his regiment were killed or wounded.
Gen. Harrow resigned his commission, April 20, 1865, and retired to
private life. He died Sept. 27, 1872.
Source: The Union Army: A History of Military Affairs in the Loyal
States 1861-1865, Volume 8 Biographical, 1908