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PA Civil War Era Newspaper Transcription
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Philadelphia Inquirer - May 10, 1862




Killed and Wounded at the Battle at Williamsburg




The following is a further list of Pennsylvania soldiers killed and wounded at Williamsburg:

Ninety-Eighth 98th Pennsylvania Volunteers


Seargeant G. M Biderman,Company F, killed

Private Adam Wagner, Co. F wounded seriously

Private Leopold Wetzel, Company K, wounded in the abdomen.

Private Albert Lamb, Company F, both legs off.

Seageant Edward French, CompanyK, wounded seriously.

Private Fred Derringer, Company K, wounded in the face.

Private John Huttman, Company B, wouded in the neck.

Corporal Frederick Dettro, Company I, rifle ball in the thigh.









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