James Duvaul - Ordinary Seaman

James Duvaul was born circa 1832 in New York and he enlisted on 15 April 1864 at the New York Naval Rendezvous as an Ordinary Seaman [2]. He was attached to the U.S.S. Tecumseh on 22 April 1864 [1].

On 4 July 1864, Davis was admitted to Naval Hospital Portsmouth with typhoid fever[2] He was moved to Naval Hospital New York on 25 October 1864. From there he deserted on 4 November 1864 [1], [2].





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Alternate Spellings of Name

James Duvall (surname is spelled Duvaul on his rendezvous index card)

References and Sources

[1] NARA T1099. An index to rendezvous reports during the Civil War, 1861-1865.

[2] Hospital Tickets and Case Papers, compiled 1825-1889. ARC ID: 2694723. Department of the Navy, Records of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Record Group 52. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.