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  • Pvt. Arzy West, USA (1833 - 1863)
    Residence: Not Listed. Enlistment Age-29. Enlisted: Sep 3,1862, Bennington, NY. Private Mustered into Co "H" 136th NY Infantry. Killed in action, Culp's Hill,Gettysburg. Brother of Lafayette West same ...
  • Cpl. Robert Charles Michael (1897 - 1968)
    Robert C. Michael served as a Corporal in Company I, 1301st Service Unit (Demolition), United States Army. He was a son of Howard M. Michael and Anna M. (Koehler) Michael. He served in the Army dur...
  • Sfc John Spencer Patton, Sr (1893 - 1971)
    John Spencer Patton, Sr. served as a Sergeant 1st Class in the Medical Department of the United States Army during World War I.He was the son of Wayne, Pennsylvania Presbyterian minister Rev. William A...
  • Moses Moon, II (1828 - 1914)
    The most notable battle of the 20th Volunteer Maines Regiment's decisive role in the war was on July 2, 1863, at the Battle of Gettysburg at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, where they were stationed on Littl...
  • Source: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/57714003/harry-leward-africa
    Sfc Harry Leward Africa (1891 - 1971)
    Harry Leward Africa served as a Sergeant 1st Class in the 228th Service Squadron, United States Army Air Service.He was a son of Henry L. Africa and Emma J. (Study) Africa.He was originally from Tyrone...

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The Gettysburg National Cemetery within the Gettysburg National Military Park is an American Civil War cemetery created for Union casualties of the Battle of Gettysburg. In addition to reinterments from the Gettysburg Battlefield, the 1863 state-owned "national cemetery" has subsequent sections for Spanish–American War, World War I, and other wars' soldiers and their spouses and children. The cemetery's historic district contributing structures include the stone walls (structure number CM01), iron fences and gates (CM02, CM03), burial and section markers (CM04, CM05, CM06), the brick sidewalk (CM07), and various battlefield monuments, memorials, and exhibits.