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Civil War Soldiers Buried

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Sec. 23, Maynard, Harlan Township

 
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Esquire E. Chandler

 

38th Iowa Infantry Co. G,

buried at

Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, Missouri

 

COMPANY "G"

Chandler, Esquire E

Age 30

Residence Fayette County

Nativity New York

 Enlisted Aug. 12, 1862

Mustered Sept. 9, 1862

Died Aug. 30, 1863, Jefferson Barracks, Mo

Buried in National Cemetery, Jefferson Barracks (St. Louis), Mo

Section 5, grave 122

Andrew E. Goldsberry,

127th Illinois Infantry, Co. E

Front of stone

 

Andrew E. Goldsberry

Back side of stone

127th Illinois Infantry, Co. E

Civil War Medal of Honor Recipient 

   

Charles S. Shanklin,

38th Iowa Infantry Co. K,

Died of disease July 27, 1863,

Vicksburg, Miss.

 

Shanklin, Charles M. Age 18.

Residence Fayette

nativity Ohio

Enlisted Aug. 9, 1862

Mustered Sept. 6, 1862

Died of disease July 27, 1863

Vicksburg, Miss

Edmund Packard,

31st Wisconsin Infantry Co. K

 

 

Sgt. Edward B. Snedgar

21st Iowa Infantry Co. D

 Post Master at Maynard, Iowa

 

Snedigar, Edward B. Age 18.

Residence Elkader, nativity Wisconsin

Enlisted Aug. 9, 1862.

 

Mustered Aug. 22, 1862.

Promoted Eighth Corporal Jan. 1, 1863; Seventh Corporal March 10, 1863;

Sixth Corporal April 11, 1863;

Fifth Corporal May 17, 1863.

Wounded slightly May 22, 1863, Vicksburg, Miss.

Promoted Fourth Corporal May 26, 1863; Second Corporal June 22, 1863;

First Corporal July 26, 1863,

Fifth Sergeant Nov. 11, 1863;

Fourth Sergeant May 1, 1864;

Third Sergeant Oct. 6, 1864.

Mustered out July 15, 1865, Baton Rouge,

   
   

Harrison W. Perry,

 27th Iowa Infantry Co. F,

buried at Long Grove Cemetery, near Maynard, Iowa

 

 

   
   
             
     

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