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Robert Martin (1888) to David Martin (1893)

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David Martin (1893) to William Martin (1895)

David Earl Martin is a 1st cousin to Robert John & William Ray Martin

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Bernel E Getter to chrlin50

Grandfather

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Bernel E Getter to chrlin50

Grandfather

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Pearl Getter to chrlin50

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Charles J Speck to gloriacollins766

Cousin

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Gettysburg National Cemetery to M Thoman

During the second day of the Battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (July 2, 1862) he was leading his troops in the repulse of the Confederate attack on Cemetery Ridge when an artillery shell fractured his right arm. He lingered in pain from this injury for nine days before dying on July 11. Before his succumbed to his wounds, he expressed his desire to be buried amongst his f

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Gettysburg National Cemetery to George H Stevens

At the July 1863 Battle of Gettysburg, he was mortally wounded, shot through his left side and bowels on the first day of thr battle (July 1, 1863)

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Gettysburg National Cemetery to George Nixon

During the second day of the Battle of Gettysburg (July 2, 1863), he was wounded in the right hip and side during skimishing with the Confederates, and lay in the no-man's land between the Union position on Cemetery Hill and the Rebel's hold on the town. At night his cries of pain were such that it inspired Musician Richard Enderlin to crawl out during the constant firing

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Gustavus F Treuber to maryoffley990

Great-great Grandaughter

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Gettysburg National Cemetery to Cyrus N James

In the very opening of the Battle of Gettysburg, he was killed in a skirmish north of town with Ewell's forces, prior to the main engagement that began west of town on McPherson's Ridge. It is believed that he was the first soldier to be killed in the battle.

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Gettysburg National Cemetery to Douglas Fowler

On the first day of the Battle of Gettysburg (July 1,1863), he led his men to a rise now known as "Barlow's Knoll" north of the town. Riding a white horse, he made a good target to approaching Confederate gunners. Moments after arriving on the field Lt. Colonel Fowler was killed when an artillery shell removed his head.

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John Wall (1894) to karen_camp16537

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Gettysburg National Cemetery to Leonard W Carpenter

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Gettysburg National Cemetery to Leonard W Carpenter

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Gettysburg National Cemetery to Nathan S Messick

Civil War Union Army Officer. Served during the Civil War as Captain and commander of Company G, 1st Minnesota Volunteer Infantry. He led his unit in the 1st Minnesota's heroic charge against great number of Confederates who were converging on Cemetery Ridge on the Second Day of the Battle of Gettysburg (July 2, 1863).

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George Engleman (1887) to karen_camp16537

Grand uncle

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Alfred H Dibble to Gettysburg National Cemetery

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William E Miller to Gettysburg National Cemetery

Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. Born in West Hill, Pennsylvania, he served as a Captain in command of Company H, 3rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry, Union Army. On the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3,

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Charles Collis to Gettysburg National Cemetery

Charles Henry Tucker "Tucky" Collis (February 4, 1838 - May 11, 1902) was an Irish-American US Army officer who received the Medal of Honor for his actions in the American Civil War.

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