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We only spend time around women that truly want to participate in lifting all women up. Augustus Ward was “fired with indignation with the insults the (Union) flag received from the traitors of the South.” But he did not enlist on the first call of President Lincoln.His parents encouraged him to remain at home with them on the farm in Fearing Township.He was 20 years old, born in 1840, the fourth child of Robert and Lucy Ward. When the President made a second call for 300,000 more men, he felt that “his country needed his services.” He enlisted on August 12, 1861 in a company of the 36th Ohio Volunteer Infantry being formed at Lower Salem. Before fighting began, he was promoted to Sergeant, then First Sergeant of Company G of the 36th Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
Company G of the “36th” encountered the rear of confederate forces in Frederick, Maryland on September 12, 1862.
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