Frances Louisa Clayton enlisted in a Minnesota regiment as Francis Clalin, presumably to be with her husband. She served under General Rosecrans in Tennessee. Her true identify was discovered when she was wounded and she was discharged in 1863. She was on a train home to Nashville when the train was attacked. Robbed of her papers she decided to try again. Once back in the army she stood guard, went on picket duty, and fought in the field with the rest of her comrades.
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