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Gettysburg National Cemetery

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  • Pvt. (USA), George Washington Fleming (1836 - 1906)
    George W. Flemming served as a Private in Company H of the 87th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment in the American Civil War. He had enlisted at Brooklyn, New York, and he was mustered into Company H...
  • Sarah Reitinger (1824 - 1907)
    Sarah Fleming Reitinger was the wife of Frederick Reitinger, who served as a Private in Company I of the 87th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment in the American Civil War. She was a daughter of R...
  • Pvt. (USA), Frederick Reitinger (b. - 1890)
    Frederick Reitinger served as a Private in Company I of the 87th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment in the American Civil War. He is a veteran who survived the Civil War. He is buried here, along...
  • Edwin F. Trufant (1841 - 1863)
    Killed on the Battlefield. He was shot in the neck and chest. Company F, Massachusetts 11th Infantry Regiment. Buried at Gettysburg beside an unidentified solder at the time later found him to be a sou...
  • Corp. William Edgar Ackerman (USA) (1840 - 1863)
    Company F, 95th New York Infantry Enlisted at 21 on 21 Oct 1861 at Haverstraw, NY; mustered in as PVT Co F 31 Oct 1861; promoted Corporal; killed in action 1 Jul 1863 at Gettysburg, PA. (NYS Adj Gen ...

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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.