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Robert Henry Hendershot. By JP Culbertson Robert Henry Hendershot Born:1849 Death:1912. Facts of Robert Henry. He went practiced with a Union army commanded by Captain Deland and he had practiced the “left right left”. He was twelve years old when he joined the Union army.

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Robert henry hendershot

Robert Henry Hendershot

By JP Culbertson

Robert Henry Hendershot

Born:1849 Death:1912


Facts of robert henry
Facts of Robert Henry

  • He went practiced with a Union army commanded by Captain Deland and he had practiced the “left right left”.

  • He was twelve years old when he joined the Union army.

  • He had seen a lot of blood from solider’ s building a barge.

  • He was in the battle of Fredericksburg. He had gotten shot and had figured out his drum was shot instead of him. He had found a dead solider and picked up his rifle. Then hid under a broken tree.

  • Then he went inside a broken house and captured his first solider on the Confederates side.


Facts continued
Facts continued……

  • After the battle of Fredericksburg he went to meet Abe Lincoln ,the President at the time.

  • He was invited to dinner with the Lincoln family he wore brand new pants, his army coat, and his busted boots.


Facts for the whole story
Facts for the whole story

  • He was from Michigan.

  • He was in the Michigan Eighth and Ninth infantry.

  • He was assigned as the drummer boy of Rappahannock.

  • He was under the command of Captain Deland.


Death
Death

  • He was killed by pneumonia.

  • Before that he had created Fort Jackson.

  • He had also was in the Pension Bureau.

  • He had been suffering because Parkinson’s disease.



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