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William L Markell to 8th New York Cavalry Regiment

Commander: Lt. Col. William L. Markell (1836-1916). Manufacturer and wholesaler in Rochester. Wounded on July 10, 1863.

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Albert H Edson to Charles D Follett

NY 5th Cavalry Died at the Battle of Gettysburg,

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Albert H Edson to 8th New York Cavalry Regiment

NY 5th Cavalry Died at the Battle of Gettysburg, and is buried in Gettysburg National Cemetery

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8th New York Cavalry Regiment to Charles D Follett

Member of the 8th Cavalry killed at Gettysburg

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12th Illinois Cavalry Regiment to 8th New York Cavalry Regiment

First Division First Brigade

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8th Illinois Cavalry Regiment to 8th New York Cavalry Regiment

First Division First Brigade

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8th New York Cavalry Regiment to Army of the Potomac Cavalry Corps

First Division First Brigade

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Army of the Potomac Cavalry Corps to 12th Illinois Cavalry Regiment

12th Illinois was part of the First Division, First Brigade

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Army of the Potomac Cavalry Corps to 8th Illinois Cavalry Regiment

The 8th Illinois was part of the First Division, First Brigade

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Army of the Potomac Cavalry Corps to Alfred Pleasonton

He commanded the Cavalry Corps of the Army of the Potomac during the Gettysburg Campaign

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George C Platt to Battle of Gettysburg

George C. Platt; Private, Company H, 6th United States Cavalry. Issued July, 12, 1895. At Fairfield, Pa. July 3rd. Seized the regimental flag upon the death of the standard bearer in a hand-to-hand fight and prevented it from falling into the hands of the enemy.

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George C Platt to Martin Schwenk

Both members of the 6th United States Cavalry Regiment received the Medal Of Honor

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George C Platt to George C Platt

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George C Platt to George C Platt

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George C Platt to George C Platt

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Martin Schwenk to Martin Schwenk

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Martin Schwenk to Arlington National Cemetery

Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. Born Martin Schwenk in Baden, Germany, he served as a Sergeant in Troop B, 6th Cavalry, Union Army. In early July 1863, in an attempt to carry a communication through the enemy's lines in actions at Millerstown, Pennslyvainia, Sergeant Martin also rescued an officer from the hands of the Confederates. For most conspicuous gallantry, he was awarded the Medal of Honor on April 23, 1889. He died in Boston, Massachusetts, at age 85.

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Martin Schwenk to Battle of Gettysburg

Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. Born Martin Schwenk in Baden, Germany, he served as a Sergeant in Troop B, 6th Cavalry, Union Army. In early July 1863, in an attempt to carry a communication through the enemy's lines in actions at Millerstown, Pennslyvainia, Sergeant Martin also rescued an officer from the hands of the Confederates. For most conspicuous gallantry, he was awarded the Medal of Honor on April 23, 1889. He died in Boston, Massachusetts, at age 85.

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Jefferson Coates to Battle of Gettysburg

Medal Of Honor Francis Jefferson Coates was born on August 24, 1843 in Grant Co., Wisconsin. He was living in Boscabel, Wisconsin at the start of the war. On August 29, 1861 he enlisted in Company H of the 7th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, becoming a corporal. He was wounded on September 14, 1862 at the Battle of South Mountain, and again on July 1, 1863 at Gettysburg, when both his eyes were shot out. He mustered out for disability on September 1, 1864, with the rank of sergeant. Francis Coates was awarded the Medal of Honor "In action at Gettysburg, PA on July 1, 1863 for unsurpassed courage in battle where he had both eyes shot out." Coates died on January 27, 1880, and is buried in the Dorchester City Cemetery in Dorchester, Nebraska.

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Jefferson Coates to Jefferson Coates

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