William C. Crozier, Captain, 12th Kentucky Infantry (USA)

1. Full names of soldier.
William C. Crozier
2. Rank, unit served with, etc.
Captain, 12th Kentucky (Union)
3. Any personal info about the soldier that you’re aware of.
William C. Crozier was my great-great uncle by marriage. His son, Hugh Crozier, would take me as a boy to the battlefield of Perryville and tell me stories of his father’s service. William’s brother, James Crozier, fought for the Confederates. They tried to find each other after the Perryville battle. Today, I walked across the ground between the Carter House and the Cotton Gin, where the 12th Kentucky was brought up to staunch the line. William Crozier was an acquaintance of Arthur MacArthur, father of Douglas and recipient of the Medal of Honor at Franklin.
4. Was he wounded at Franklin? Captured? Missing? Killed?
No record of wounds.
5. Survive Franklin? Survive the war?
He survived the war.
6. Your exact relation?
Great-great nephew by marriage.
7. Burial place?
unknown
8. Any pictures of the soldier: in uniform? Before or after the war?
no
9. Surviving letters, diaries, or documents you’re willing to share?
none exist
10. The email address for you to be contacted?
gcraney@glencraney.com
11. Permission to re-publish your info in a web-based database so others can learn about him, and possibly contact you to ask questions or share info you might desire?
yes

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