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William Sully Beebe
[[Image:|center|200px|border]]William Sully Beebe
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Born: February 14, 1841(1841-02-14)
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Died: October 12, 1898 (aged 57)
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Allegiance: File:Flag of the United States.svg United States of America
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Battles: American Civil War
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William Sully Beebe (February 14, 1841 – October 12, 1898) was a Union officer who was awarded the Medal of Honor on June 30, 1897 for his action at Cane River Crossing, Louisiana on April 23, 1864.[1][2] Born in Ithaca, New York, Beebe graduated from West Point in 1863, receiving his commission in the ordnance branch. He was a 1st Lieutenant at Cane River Crossing.[2]

Medal of Honor Citation[]

"Voluntarily led a successful assault on a fortified position."[3]


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