Henry Daniels, Portland, 1861
Contributed by Maine Historical Society
Henry Daniels, a native of Virginia, was living in Portland by 1850. He worked as a cook and caterer and, during the Civil War, was reportedly a valet to officers at Fort Preble in Cape Elizabeth. Fort Preble was a staging area for many Maine regiments.
Daniels and his wife, Jeanette, a native of New Hampshire, had four children, Henry A.W., Elizabeth M., Edward E.C., and Anna.
Daniels, born about 1819, died about 1880.
- Title: Henry Daniels, Portland, 1861
- Creator: H. H. Wilder Photographer, Portland
- Creation Date: 1861
- Subject Date: 1861
- Town: Portland
- County: Cumberland
- State: ME
- Media: Photograph
- Dimensions (cm): 10 x 6
- Local Code: Photos -- People -- Daniels
- Object Type: Image
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489 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04101
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