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Alfred Larkin Cantwell to 27th Indiana Infantry

Company E, 27th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment Private Alfred Larkin Cantwell enlisted in White County. His papers list him as 42 years old, married, 5’8”, and a farmer. He was mortally wounded at Antietam and died at the division hospital in Boonsboro, Maryland on September 29, 1862.

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Alfred Larkin Cantwell to Battle of Antietam

Company E, 27th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment Private Alfred Larkin Cantwell enlisted in White County. His papers list him as 42 years old, married, 5’8”, and a farmer. He was mortally wounded at Antietam and died at the division hospital in Boonsboro, Maryland on September 29, 1862.

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Alfred Larkin Cantwell to Antietam National Cemetery

Company E, 27th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment Private Alfred Larkin Cantwell enlisted in White County. His papers list him as 42 years old, married, 5’8”, and a farmer. He was mortally wounded at Antietam and died at the division hospital in Boonsboro, Maryland on September 29, 1862.

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Peter Kop to Battle of Antietam

He died at Boonsboro, Maryland on September 24, 1962 of wounds received at Antietam.

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Peter Kop to 27th Indiana Infantry

He died at Boonsboro, Maryland on September 24, 1962 of wounds received at Antietam.

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Antietam National Cemetery to Peter Kop

He died at Boonsboro, Maryland on September 24, 1962 of wounds received at Antietam.

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Emanuel Fulp to Battle of Antietam

He was wounded at Winchester, Cedar Mountain, and then Antietam. At Antietam the bullet went under his left shoulder, entered his armpit, went past his lung, and out through his back. He died of his wounds at a hospital in Frederick, MD in November 1862.

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Antietam National Cemetery to Emanuel Fulp

Company E, 27th Indiana. He was wounded at Winchester, Cedar Mountain, and then Antietam. At Antietam the bullet went under his left shoulder, entered his armpit, went past his lung, and out through his back. He died of his wounds at a hospital in Frederick, MD in November 1862.

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William Fiddler to Battle of Antietam

Company D, 27th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Private William Fiddler’s records listed him as married, 23 years old, and a farmer and blacksmith from Fayetteville, Indiana. He was severely wounded at Antietam, losing his left arm. He died from his wounds on October 5, 1862.

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Antietam National Cemetery to William Fiddler

Company D, 27th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Private William Fiddler’s records listed him as married, 23 years old, and a farmer and blacksmith from Fayetteville, Indiana. He was severely wounded at Antietam, losing his left arm. He died from his wounds on October 5, 1862.

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Jacob A Lee to Antietam National Cemetery

Company C, 27th. Indiana Volunteer Infantry Lieutenant Jacob A. Lee was a 22 year old school teacher from Taylorsville, Indiana. He died in the Smoketown, Maryland, hospital on October 24, 1862, from wounds received at Antietam on September 17, 1862.

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Jacob A Lee to Battle of Antietam

Company C, 27th. Indiana Volunteer Infantry Lieutenant Jacob A. Lee was a 22 year old school teacher from Taylorsville, Indiana. He died in the Smoketown, Maryland, hospital on October 24, 1862, from wounds received at Antietam on September 17, 1862.

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27th Indiana Infantry to Battle of Gettysburg

The regiment was commanded by Colonel Silas Cosgrove until he took command of the brigade on July 2nd. Lieutenant Colonel John R. Fesler then took over the regiment. From the monument: This monument marks the ground over which the left wing of the 27th Indiana advanced in a charge made by the regiment on the morning of July 3rd, 1863. Number engaged 339. Killed and wound

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Battle of Chancellorsville to 27th Indiana Infantry

From the monument on Berry-Paxton Drive: Held this position from 7p.m. May 2nd to 9 a.m. May 3rd, 1863. Present for duty 300 Killed 36, Wounded 114

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Battle of Antietam to 27th Indiana Infantry

The regiment lost 41 killed and 168 wounded out of 443 men engaged during intense fighting in the Cornfield.

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Battle of Antietam to John Marshall

Irish Brigade Killed at the Battle Of Antietam

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28th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment to John Marshall

Killed at the Battle Of Antietam

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Battle of Antietam to George E Boyce

Mortally wounded at the Battle of Antietam

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Battle of Antietam to John Marshall

Irish Brigade Killed at the Battle Of Antietam

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28th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment to Battle of Gettysburg

The regiment was commanded by Captain John H. Flynn. It brought 370 men to the field, losing 3 killed, 23 wounded (including Captain Flynn) and 2 missing. They have 2 monuments at Gettysburg

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