John F. Anderson
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Born: December 4, 1832(1832-12-04)
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Died: April 19, 1902 (aged 69)
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Allegiance: Union
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Rank: Bvt. Brigadier General
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Battles: American Civil War
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John F. Anderson was a military officer during the American Civil War. Commissioned first lieutenant on September 2, 1861, Anderson initially served as the adjutant of the 24th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry.[1] He was appointed to Maj. Gen. John G. Foster's staff as an aide-de-camp and served with that officer for most of the war. Anderson received, in March 1865, the honorary rank of brevet brigadier general.

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  1. Bowen, 371.

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