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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

Erasmus Keyes

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Soldier and convert, born Brimfield, Massachusetts, 1810; died Nice, France, 1895. He was graduated from West Point, 1832, was military aide to General Scott (1837-1841), and brigadier-general of volunteers in the Civil War. For bravery at the Battle of Fair Oaks he was made brigadier-general in the regular army, a post he resigned in 1864. He wrote Fifty Years Observation of Men and Events, New York, 1884.

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Entry for 'Erasmus Keyes'. 1910 New Catholic Dictionary. 1910.

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