Sec. 1, Windsor Twp.,
Elevation 1227 feet
Fayette County Gravestone Photo Project
||38th Reg. IA Vol.
||age 18, Residence, Windsor, nativity New
York. Enlisted 14 Aug 1862, died 5 Aug 1863, Vicksburg, MS. from
||38th Reg. IA
||Pvt. age 26, Residence, Windsor,
nativity Canada; enlisted 11 Aug 1862; mustered out 9 Sept 1862;
died 13 Aug 1863, Vicksburg, MS; pension #155,888
||38th IA Inf.
||Corp. 20 Aug 1862; died 2 Aug 1863 at
Vicksburg, MS. Age 41, residence West Union, nativity New York,
enlisted 20 Aug 1862 as 2nd Corp; died of disease 2 Aug 1863,
Vicksburg, MS. He died of typhoid fever 2 Aug 1863, at
Vicksburg, Miss. For the families who could afford it, a number
of bodies were brought home during the winter. According to Mary
Ann Berkey, in a letter to her husband Captain Jameson Berkey,
she attended the funeral of several men at West Union on 11 Feb
1864. "Brown[s] son [William O. Brown] & [Albert] Tracy &
[Thomas J.] Comings funeral sermon was all preached at one time
at the Brick Church [West Union] & we went to the grave to see
Lindermans & Browns burial they was buried over by Boales School
house (Boales Pioneer Cemetery corner of M Avenue and 250th St,
Windsor Twp.) ... D.P. Campbell officiated at the graves."
References: The Marihugh - Berkey Civil War Letters, University
of Kentucky - Lexington. Transcribed by Glenn E. Marihugh and
Karen Loeffelman. NO STONE
NOTE: Campbell, David P. Age
26, residence West Union, nativity Ohio, appointed Second
Lieutenant 11 Aug 1862; resigned 13 Aug 1863.
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