|Death: ||Apr. 14, 1878|
Civil War Union Army Officer. Served in the Army of the Potomac for all of its campaigns within the 7th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry, Capt. Co. C, Sept 5, 1862; Maj. Feb 23, 1865; Lieut. Col. vice Price promoted; Lieut. Col. April 9, 1865
Post Civil War, Officer of "Buffalo Soldiers": 1st Lt, 40th Infantry Jan 22, 1867, Transferred to Co G, 25th Infantry Apr 20, 1869, Capt, Co F. 25th Infantry Nov 30th 1873.
Brevet Captain U.S. Army for gallant & meritorious service for actions at Gettysburg July 1-3 1863, Brevet Major U.S. Army for gallant & meritorious service for action during the Battle of the Wilderness May 5–7, 1864.
Served as commanding officer at Fort Quitman and later Fort Stockton, Texas.
Originally buried at the Fort Stockton Cemetery. Reburied May 24, 1881.
(-Jim Madden, New Jersey Goes to War, An Official Publication of the New Jersey Civil War Heritage Association Sesquicentennial Committee, 2010)
San Antonio National Cemetery
Plot: A, 187
Created by: Jim Madden
Record added: Mar 04, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 3061503
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