Horace Ellis
[[Image:130px|center|200px|border]]Medal of Honor recipient
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Born: May 23, 1843(1843-05-23)
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Died: May 23, 1867 (aged 23–24)
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Allegiance: United States of America
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Branch: United States Army
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Unit: Company A, 7th Wisconsin Infantry
Battles: American Civil War
*Battle of Globe Tavern
Awards: Medal of Honor
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Horace Ellis (May 23, 1843 – 1867) served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. He received the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Battle of Globe Tavern.

Ellis was born on May 23, 1843 in Mercer County, Pennsylvania. His official residence was listed as Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin.[1]

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For extraordinary heroism on 21 August 1864, while serving with Company A, 7th Wisconsin Infantry, in action at Weldon Railroad, Virginia, for capture of flag of 16th Mississippi (Confederate States of America).

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