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Charles Frederick Henningsen (1815–1877)

Henningsen, Charles Frederick. A Swedish-American soldier, poet, novelist, and miscellaneous writer; born of Swedish parentage in England, 1815; died in 1877. He served in the Carlist army in Spain in 1834; in the Russian army in Circassia; took part in the Hungarian revolution of 1848; was with William Walker in Nicaragua, and became a Confederate brigadier-general in our Civil War. He wrote ‘Last of the Sophis’ (1831), a poem; ‘Campaign with Zumalacarregui’ (2 vols., 1836); the two novels ‘The White Slave’ (1845) and ‘Sixty Years Hence’ (1847); ‘Personal Recollections of Nicaragua’; etc.