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Philip B Low to Philip B Low

Connection made 04 Dec 2014.

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Philip B Low to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

US Congressman. During the Civil War he was commissioned as an Acting Ensign on August 16, 1862, and served on board the "USS Commodore Morris" in the waterways of Virginia. He resigned on August 7, 1863.

Connection made 04 Dec 2014.

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Philip B Low to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

US Congressman. During the Civil War he was commissioned as an Acting Ensign on August 16, 1862, and served on board the "USS Commodore Morris" in the waterways of Virginia. He resigned on August 7, 1863.

Connection made 04 Dec 2014.

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John T Lockman to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. Served in the Civil War first as a Captain in the 9th New York State Militia regiment. He then entered Federal service as a Captain in the 83rd New York Volunteer Infantry

Connection made 04 Dec 2014.

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John T Lockman to John T Lockman

Connection made 04 Dec 2014.

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J C Julius Langbein to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. Served during the Civil War as a Musician in Company B, 9th New York Volunteer Infantry (which was known as the “Hawkins Zouaves”). He was awarded the CMOH for his bravery at Camden, NC

Connection made 04 Dec 2014.

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Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY to Oscar H La Grange

Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. A native of New York State, he moved to Wisconsin in his youth. Trained as a lawyer, he soon became a staunch abolitionist, participating in anti-slavery activities in Kansas during the "Bloody Kansas" conflicts

Connection made 04 Dec 2014.

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Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY to Frank Frisch

Hall of Fame Major League Baseball Player. He started his career after graduating from Fordham University, where he excelled in four different sports, and earned the nickname "The Fordham Flash."

Connection made 04 Dec 2014.

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Edward M Knox to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. Served in the Civil War as a Second Lieutenant and artilleryman in the 15th New York Battery. He was awarded the CMOH for his bravery in the 2nd Day of the Battle of Gettysburg,

Connection made 04 Dec 2014.

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Brayton Ives to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

US Army Brevet Brigadier General and Business Magnate. Ives graduated from Yale University in 1861 and shortly afterwards enlisted in the Union army as Adjutant of the 5th Connecticut

Connection made 04 Dec 2014.

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Thomas H Hubbard to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. He was the son of Maine Governor John Hubbard and a lawyer in practice when he enlisted in the 25th Maine Infantry as a First Lieutenant in September, 1862.

Connection made 03 Dec 2014.

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Thomas H Hubbard to Thomas H Hubbard

Connection made 03 Dec 2014.

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Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY to Theodore W Greig

Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. In the battle of Gettysburg he rushed forward in advance of his regiment and seized the flag of the 4th Alabama.

Connection made 03 Dec 2014.

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Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY to Charles K Graham

Civil War Union Brigader General. As an engineer before the Civil war he helped lay out plans for Central Park. He also contructed the dry docks at the Brooklyn Nay Yard in 1857.

Connection made 03 Dec 2014.

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Augustus Funk to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

Civil War Union Army Officer. He began his Civil War service with a commission of 2nd Lieutenant in Company C, 38th New York Volunteer Infantry, which was organized and recruited in New York City, New York

Connection made 03 Dec 2014.

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Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY to Frank Frisch

Hall of Fame Major League Baseball Player. He started his career after graduating from Fordham University, where he excelled in four different sports, and earned the nickname "The Fordham Flash."

Connection made 03 Dec 2014.

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Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY to Frank Frisch

Hall of Fame Major League Baseball Player. He started his career after graduating from Fordham University, where he excelled in four different sports, and earned the nickname "The Fordham Flash."

Connection made 03 Dec 2014.

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John A Foster to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General.

Connection made 03 Dec 2014.

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John B Fassitt to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. He served in the Civil War in the 23rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, rising from 1st Lieutenant and Regimental Adjutant to Captain of Company F.

Connection made 03 Dec 2014.

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Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY to Gertrude C Ederle

Olympic Gold Medal Athlete. .Although she won three medals (one gold and two bronze) at the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris, France, she is best known for being the first woman to swim the English Channel

Connection made 03 Dec 2014.

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