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Hodges, Henry Clay
Age: 0, credited to Rutland, VT
Unit(s): 4th US INF, USV
Service: USMA 51; Adjutant, 4th US INF, 55, CPT and AQM, 5/17/61, LTC and AQM, USV, 1/63, MAJ and QM, USA, 3/66, Bvt LTC for faithful and meritorious service during the war, LTC and Deputy QMG 76, COL and AQMG, 88 [College: USMA 51]
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Birth: 1831, Vermont
Burial: Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA
Gravestone photographer: Courtesy of Arlington National Cemetery
Findagrave Memorial #: 12652
Alias?: None noted
Pension?: Not found
College?: USMA 51
Veterans Home?: Not Found
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Henry C. Hodges
New York Times
Nov. 4, 1917
GEN. HENRY C. HODGES DEAD
Veteran of Civil War Who Saw
Early Service on the Frontier.
BUFALO, N.Y., Nov. 3 - Brig. Gen. Henry Clay Hodges, U.S.A., retired, died here today. He was 86 years old, and was graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1851. His son, Major Gen. Henry C. Hodges, Jr., was summoned from Camp Beauregard, Louisiana, but was unable to reach Buffalo before his father's death. General Hodges was appointed to the Military Academy from Vermont, and received rapid promotion until he was made Colonel in 1876. He retired Jan. 14, 1895.
General Hodges was a veteran of the civil war, though he had seen early service on the frontier, and in 1853 and 1854 in the Pacific explorations. He served first as a Quartermaster in the civil war, but became Chief Quartermaster of the Army of the Cumberland and was on the staff of Major Gen. Rosecrans in the Tennessee campaign.
Courtesy of Tom Boudreau