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PA Civil War Era Newspaper Transcription
Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania



Miner's Journal - March 25, 1865:





Union dead in Salisbury, N.C.

On Tuesday last the New York Tribune published a list comprising about 1200 names of prisoners who died in Salisbury pens during the months of December, January and February victims of rebel brutality, in the list are the names of the following soldiers from Schuylkill.

48th Regiment
Elijah Defrhem, Co. F , Dec. 30
Charles Dindnyer, Co. C, Feb. 11
William Fulton, Co. F, Feb. 11
Samuel Schollenberger, Co. A, Jan. 13




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