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Killed near the mouth of the Red River, Louisiana, while in the service of his country, commanding U.S. Gunboat Gazelle Nov. 26, 1864, Aged 27 Years.
This fort was built by patriotic donors in 1907 to honor veterans of the Grand Army of the Republic. It was rebuilt in 1985 with funds bequethed by Luther H. Peirce, a member of the Second Maine Regiment of Volunteers in the Civil War. …
(Front) They Gave Their Lives Fighting For Freedom Medal of Honor Recipients Cpl Clair Goodblood Army Cpl David B Champagne USMC Sgt George D Libby Army Maj Charles J Loring Jr USAF [Remaining Roll of Honored Dead] Dedicated to all those w…
In memory Samuel Call decd. July 9, 1836 Æt. 58. ——————— The first interment in Mount Hope Cemetery. ———————
Born in Shrewsbury Mass. Nov. 19, 1752, Died in Bangor Me. May 21, 1844. He served in the War of the Revolution as Lieutenant in the 5th Regiment of Massachusetts; and in grateful memory of that service the Massachusetts Society of the …
His death was caused by the accidental discharge of a pistol while on board Steamer Governor Dana, as Sacramento City Cal.
for nearly four years Chaplain of the U.S. Gen. Hospital Annapolis Md.
Co. H. 16th. Regt. Me. Vols. died in Libby Prison Richmond VA. Feb. 22, 1863. A.E. 35 years. Brave Soldier Rest.
In memory of Maj. Stephen D. Carpenter of the U.S. Army Son of Col. Joshua Carpenter, Killed at the Battle of Murfreesborough Dec. 31, 1862, aged 44 years. A brave soldier and a patriot. He sleeps well
In memory of our citizen soldiers who died for their country. Consecrated 1864. [Roll of Honored Dead] Rev. Chs. D. Jameson · Wm. J. Deane Edward F. Orff · Lewis L. Marsh · Jas. L. Rowe Wm. P. Holden · …