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Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania



Miner's Journal - July 15, 1865





The following soldiers from this County, died in prison at Andersonville, Ga. between February 1864 and March 1865.

48th Regiment
J Brenny, Private Co. E 48th Reg. died July 8, 1865. Grave number 3027.
J. Fetterman, private, Co. H 48th Regiment died September 8, 1864. Number of grave 8,173
E. Gallagher private, Co. E 48th Regiment Died August 22, 1864. Number of grave 6,349 H.Helm, private, C.


55th Regiment
J.S.Bannan, private, Co. E 55th Regiment died October 15, 1864 Number of Grave 10,983



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