Contributed byAndy Gappa
Oak Hill Cemetery
Mustered in Company A, August 29, 1861, at age21; Height: 5' 6." Hair: Dark. Complexion: Florid. Eyes: Hazel; Occupation:Wood Carver; Residence: Philadelphia; Born: Clancy, Missouri; Wounded July2,1863 at Gettysburg; re-enlisted January 1, 1864 at Brandy Station, Va.;promoted to Corporal, date unknown; wounded April 6, 1865 at Sailors Creek, Va.;absent at muster out. He applied for apension on December 1, 1865, Application No. 96,964, Certificate No. 62,677; His widow (Augusta L. Anderson) applied for a pension on May 1, 1916,Application No. 1,065,347, Certificate No. 62,677.
Samuel P. Bates. "History of the Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865.
Pennsylvania Archives. ARAIS. "Civil War Veterans Card Files, 1861-1865."
National Archives. "Index to Civil War and Later Pension Records."
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