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Capt. Charles Saalmann
Born (1836-04-25)April 25, 1836
Breckerfeld, Germany
Died February 21, 1909(1909-02-21) (aged 72)
Mullica Township, Atlantic Co.,
New Jersey
Place of burial
Egg Harbor City Cemetery,
Egg Harbor City, New Jersey
Allegiance  USA (Union)
Years of service 1862–1865
Rank Captain
Acting Commissary of Subsistance
Unit Army of the Potomac, XI Corps
Army of the Cumberland, XX Corps
Battles/wars American Civil War
Cross Keys
Freeman's Ford
Second Bull Run
Chancellorsville
Gettysburg
Wauhatchee
Resaca
Pumpkinvine Creek/
New Hope Church
Kolb's Farm
Peach Tree Creek
Siege of Atlanta
Savannah Campaign
Carolinas Campaign
Other work Vintner
Township Elected Official

Charles Daniel Saalmann (April 25, 1836 – February 21, 1909) was a captain of Union infantry during the American Civil War. He was wounded at Gettysburg and acted as a Commissary of Subsistence during General William T. Sherman's famed March to the Sea. After the war, he established the Black Rose Vineyard near Egg Harbor City, New Jersey. As a vintner, he produced claret wines that received medals at international competitions.

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