John Cobin Martin

Pvt., 1st Wisconsin Heavy Artillery GAR – George H. Legate Post 125, Wisconsin 1845-1935 John Cobin Martin was born in Kennethmont, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, 16 July 1845. He accompanied his family to the United States in 1852 where they settled in Wisconsin. At age 19 he enlisted in Company H, 1st Heavy Artillery. He was mustered

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James Edward Mattingly

Pvt., 6th Battalion, District of Columbia Infantry 1832-1874 Born 16 Apr 1832, Fairfax County, Virginia. Died of Scarlett Fever 22 Mar 1874, Altoona, Blair, Pennsylvania. Married Mary Susanna Howard Dotzler 03 Aug 1854 at Susan’s house on G Street, Washington, DC. by Charles A. Davis, of the Methodist Church. It was his first marriage and

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Michael McCann

Pvt., 4th Minnesota Infantry GAR – O. P. Gardner Post 447, Kansas 1834-1916 Taken from Kansas Saplings by Beatrice (Betty McCann) Messer: “…Mike McCann came to America when he was about 21 years old. He was a stevedore on a ship on the Mississippi River before the Civil War. Steve, his uncle, found Mike there

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Philip Smith Miner

Pvt., 1st West Virginia Light Artillery GAR – Buell Post 178, Ohio 1834-1904 (Philip) Smith Miner was born 23 DEC 1834. His parents, John and Elizabeth Prudence Reynolds Miner were from Delaware and already had two children, (Robert) Wesley and Lydia Jane by the time they migrated to Ohio. Smith was the first child born

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James Arrington Mosher

Pvt., 14th Maine Infantry GAR – John Brown Post 44, Kansas 1849-1929 James A. Mosher is pictured above with his wife, Helen V. Wilcox. James Mosher was born in the State of Maine in 1849, and at the age of fifteen was accepted for service in the army as a member of the Fourth Regiment

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Gipson Agnew Mundorff

Pvt., 57th Illinois Infantry 1847-1927 Born in Pennsylvania in 1847, young Gibson Mundorff enlisted as a Private, Company G, 57th Regiment, Illinois Infantry on December 8, 1864. His company disbanded and he mustered out on July 7, 1865. His father, John P. Mundorff and brothers, William and Henry also served. Having survived the war, he

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John P. Mundorff

Pvt., 83rd Pennsylvania Infantry 1812-1862 Born in 1812 in Adams County, Pennsylvania, John P. Mundorff enlisted in Company D of the 83rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. After the Battle at Antietam he died of typhoid fever on October 28th 1862, in Frederick, MD. He was buried there and later was moved to the Antietam National Cemetery

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