Saddler, Jacob V.

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Jacob V. Saddler was born in New York around 1835 and served in the United States Colored Troops during the Civil War. According to his service records, Boyer worked as a laborer before he joined Company A of the 41st USCT in Morristown, Pennsylvania on September 5, 1864. Saddler became First Sergeant on October 14, 1864 and Sergeant Major in January 1865. In September 1865 Saddler’s term of service expired and he was discharged from the 41st USCT. (By Don Sailer)

Life Summary

Full name
  Jacob V. Saddler
Place of Birth
Birth Date Certainty
  Estimated
Gender
  Male
Race
  Black
Sectional choice
  North
Origins
  Free State
Occupation
  Military
  Other
Other Occupation
  Laborer
Relation to Slavery
  Free black
Military
  Union Army

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