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BOHLEN, Henry, soldier, born in Bremen, Germany, 22 October 1810" killed near Rappahannock Station, Virginia, 22 August 1862. He came to the United States when young, and settled as a liquor merchant in Philadelphia, acquiring wealth in that trade. In 1861 he became colonel of the 75th Pennsylvania (German) volunteers, and was attached to General Blenker's command, was made Brigadier-General of volunteers, 28 April 1862, and served under Fremont in western Virginia, distinguishing himself at the battle of Cross Keys, 8 June when General Fremont attacked "Stonewall Jackson" and drove him from a strong position beyond Harrisonburg. He was also specially commended for his services in the Shenandoah valley under General Sigel. He covered the retreat of the army of Virginia across the Rappahannock, and fell while directing the movements of his brigade in a skirmish near that river. He led his brigade across the River to attack a detachment of Long-street's division, but was assailed by superior numbers, and re-crossed under cover of the batteries.
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