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      Civil War Veteran - Pvt. Daniel Campbell (Jul. 27, 1844 - Mar. 19, 1925) mustered into H Co. FL 6th Infantry, listed as a POW 7/22/1864 Atlanta, GA, confined 7/30/1864 Camp Chase, OH, exchanged 3/15/1865 Charlotte, NC. He was a lawyer, judge, and member of the Florida Constitutional Convention.

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