James W. Cadell

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James W. Cadell
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James W. Cadell was a soldier in the United States Civil War.
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33 Arkansas Infantry

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James W. Cadell fought in the Civil War for the Confederacy in the 33 Arkansas Infantry. He entered the war with the rank of Private, and left with the rank of Private.
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