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Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY to John D Terry

Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. Served in the Civil War as a Sergeant in Company E, 23rd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. He was awarded the CMOH for his bravery at New Bern, North Carolina on March 14, 1862.

Connection made 04 Dec 2014.

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Gustav Albert Schurmann to Gustav A Schurmann

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Gustav Albert Schurmann to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

The famed "Little Bugler" who became the playmate of Tad Lincoln was a musician's son, an advantage that enabled him to enlist as a drummer boy in New York's "Mozart Regiment" at age 12 in 1861

Connection made 04 Dec 2014.

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Frederick A Starring to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. Served in the Civil War first as the Major of the 46th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, then as Major fo the 2nd Illinis Volunteer Light Artillery, then finally as Colonel and commander of the 72nd Illinois Volunteer Infantry.

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Frederick A Starring to Frederick A Starring

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Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY to Herman Melville

Author. Born in New York City to Allan Melvill, an importer of French dry goods and Maria Gansevoort, the third child of eight. He and his brothers attended the New York Male School where they could get something more than a common education

Connection made 04 Dec 2014.

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Francis Sigel to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

Civil War Union Major General. A former Prussian Military officer, he fled to the US after the failed 1848 insurrection in Prussia. Appointed a Major General of Volunteers after the start of the Civil War

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James W A Nicholson to James W A Nicholson

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John J Powers to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. Born New York City, New York, served as a Lieutenant U.S. Navy, Squadron Commander, Bomber Squadron 5 at the Battle of the Coral Sea

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Robert B Potter to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

Civil War Union Major General. Born in Schenectady, New York, he was working as an attorney in New York City, New York when he joined the New York Rifles militia as a Private at the start of the Civil War.

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James B Pond to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. Served in the Civil War as First Lieutenant of Company C, 3rd Wisconsin Volunteer Cavalry. He was awarded the CMOH for his bravery at Baxter Springs, Kansas on October 6, 1863.

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James B Pond to James B Pond

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James B Pond to James B Pond

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James W A Nicholson to Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx NY

United States Navy Rear Admiral. Entering the United States Navy as a Midshipman in 1838, he was promoted to Passed Midshipman in 1844 and in 1851 accompanied Commodore Matthew C. Perry on the Japanese expedition

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James W A Nicholson to James W A Nicholson

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Philip B Low to Philip B Low

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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.

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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.

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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

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John T Lockman to John T Lockman

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