"Personal" August 17, 1861, page 515 (4)
A young lady was found in a company at Lafayette, Indiana, on the 29th ult.,
"enlisted for the war;" but as the proclamation of the Governor called for
able-bodied "men," she was invited to leave the ranks and return her regimentals
to the Quarter-master.
"Army & Navy Items" February 20, 1864, page 126 (1)
A young lady from Pennsylvania enlisted at Oswego, in this State, a few days since. Her
sex was discovered by a fellow-soldier, who gave information to the authorities, and she
was arrested and place in confinement. She is "only sixteen years of age, pretty,
intelligent, and modest."