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A Confederate from Pennsylvania Click to enlarge. For the full page, markedclick here "Henry Bushong, formerly of Lancaster city, in this State, was arrested a day or two since, and turned over to the provost marshal of this city, and is now an inmate of Fort Mifflin.
Bushong was a captain in the famous Black Horse Va. I ran across a newspaper with a brief but interesting report. A Pennsylvanian Bushong fought for the Confederacy? Wow, what a different path he must have taken.
But perhaps what is more interesting is that within just a few generations of arriving in America as refugees, the Bushong family of Lancaster County, had grown into a very diverse family. Henry is only a great grandson of an immigrant, Hans Philip Bushong, yet he as well as his family, uncles, aunts, and many cousins had changed.
They had grown into a family where some were becoming different religions, while others had widely differing politics. Well known among the Lancaster Bushongs are the abolitionists who struggled against slavery as members of the Underground Railroad. They and others had become Quaker and with that were pacifists who would not fight.
Still other Lancaster Bushongs fought in Pennsylvanian regiments. Not only did several of Henry's first cousins join Pennsylvania Regiments, but his own brother, Israel had signed up.
However, there's no evidence to suggest that Henry was anything but a Private in rank, and not a Captain. But 4th Cavalry often fought alongside of Henry's regiment. With a little searching, this arrest information cast a little light on what happened. The Provost Marshall in the 9th district Pennsylvania, arrested him as a spy at Lancaster, on November Then on November 25, after spending over a week in the Fort Mifflin's prison, Henry was allowed to take the oath of Allegiance and released by orders of by General Cadwalader.
Henry had talked his way out of being shot as a spy.
Obviously he convinced them he had innocent intentions, probably just wanting to visit his wife and family, who were still living in Upper Leacock. Or maybe he was deserting? But how did he end up fighting for Virginia?
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