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Sherborne, Thomas

Place of Birth: Kingston

Date of enlistment: 9 February 1870

Age given at enlistment: 30

Rank: Private

Company: Band

Location on 25 June 1876: At Powder River Depot

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Comments:

Name, date and place of birth not yet verified. For details of his military service consult: (i) ‘Military Register of Custer’s Last Command,’ Roger L. Williams, The Arthur H. Clark Company, Norman, Oklahoma, 2009, p. 359.  (ii) ‘Men With Custer – Biographies of the 7th Cavalry,’ Edited by Ronald H. Nichols with Daniel I. Bird, CBHMA Inc., 2010, p. 271.

A Bandsman from Kingston in Hampshire

Not yet researched.

Thomas Sherborne had grey eyes, dark hair,  a sallow complexion, and was 5′ 6 1/2″ tall.

He was on detached service at the Powder River Camp  and did not take part in the battle.

Discharged from the 1st U.S. Artillery on 12 June 1889 for disability at Fort Mason, California.

Sherborne died on 19 August 1910 in the Soldiers’ Home, Washington, D.C.

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