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Old Soldiers: Santa Cruz County Civil War Veterans
by Robert L. Nelson
WATSON, CHARLES D (1841-1904)
Santa Cruz Sentinel (March 30, 1904)
DIED: WATSON - In this city March 29th Capt. Charles D. Watson, a native of Wisconsin aged 63 years.
-- Captain C.D. Watson, a native of Wisconsin and aged about 63 years, brother of Mrs. S.W. Truesdell, died Tuesday at his residence No. 142 Locust St. after a residence in this city of one and a half years. A post mortem will be held on the deceased to determine the cause of death. The remains will be shipped East for Burial.
A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion, Frederick H. Dyer
Wisconsin Men in the War of the Rebellion
Charles D. Watson is listed as a First Sergeant in Co. E, 24th Wisconsin Infantry.
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