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Peter Brandon
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Birth: Apr. 14, 1840
Belmont County
Ohio, USA
Death: Apr. 8, 1862
Shiloh Battlefield
Hardin County
Tennessee, USA

Peter is the son of Charles Brandon and Sarah Barker.

He enlisted October 28, 1861, a Union soldier with Company E, Ohio 77th Infantry and died at Fallen Timbers, Battle of Shiloh.

There were an estimated 1,754 Union soldiers killed, 8,408 wounded, 2,885 missing & captured = 13,047 total casualties.

I am told that the dead were buried in place by Sherman's men before they retreated back to Pittsburg Landing along the Tennessee River.
They were later buried at Shiloh National Cemetery as 'unknown' soldiers.

Note: Peter's birth date is given as January 14, 1840 on an 1885 pension application statement. 
Family links: 
  Charles Brandon (1761 - 1866)
  Sarah Barker Sweeney (1819 - 1914)
  Rachel Brandon Bagley (1812 - ____)**
  Hiram Brandon (1829 - 1919)*
  Martin Van Buren Brandon (1831 - 1901)**
  Peter Brandon (1840 - 1862)
  Charles Brandon (1843 - 1904)*
  Ivan S. Brandon (1846 - 1919)*
  Abraham Brandon (1850 - 1931)*
  David Brandon (1855 - 1919)*
  Alexander Brandon (1861 - 1941)*
*Calculated relationship
Shiloh National Military Park
Hardin County
Tennessee, USA
Created by: genieresearcher
Record added: Jul 22, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 94039606
Peter Brandon
Added by: Roger Waller
Peter Brandon
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- Roger Waller
 Added: Nov. 8, 2014
You gave your all.
- Roberta Everett
 Added: Nov. 8, 2014
Peter Brandon enlisted in Company E., 77th Ohio Infantry Regiment on October 28, 1861, at Camp Tupper, in Marrietta, Ohio at the age of 21 for three years service.He was killed at the battle of Fallen Timbers, Tennessee, on April 8, 1862.
- Roger Waller
 Added: Nov. 8, 2014
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