John Haynes

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This photo was one of three unknown comrades of Col John L. Haynes, who served in the Civil War as a Union Commander of a cavalry regiment, despite being a resident of Laredo Texas. The collar brass clearly shows crossed rifles and a U.S. pin. He has a "iron cross" like medal on his chest. He is pictured with a woman, most likely his wife. It was found in a private collection of Col. Haynes memorabilia in Laredo Texas.
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This photo was one of three unknown comrades of Col John L. Haynes, who served in the Civil War as a Union Commander of a cavalry regiment, despite being a resident of Laredo Texas. The collar brass clearly shows crossed rifles and a U.S. pin. It was found in his folder in the Center for American history, The University of Texas at Austin in Box # 3T105 Folder [AR 86-9]
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This photo was one of three unknown comrades of Col John L. Haynes, who served in the Civil War as a Union Commander of a cavalry regiment, despite being a resident of Laredo Texas. The collar brass clearly shows an Eagle medallion. It was found in his folder in the Center for American history, The University of Texas at Austin in Box # 3T105 Folder [AR 86-9]
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