Rufus Daggett (October 6, 1838 – February 9, 1912) was an American Union brevet brigadier general during the American Civil War. A native of Utica, New York, Daggett served with the 14th New York Infantry from 1861 until 1862 and later as major and colonel of the 117th New York Volunteer Infantry.
He received his appointment as brevet brigadier general dated to January 15, 1865. After the war, he ran a clothing business and later a hardware store. In 1900, he returned to Utica and in 1900 was appointed postmaster. He had been a Republican.
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