|Death: ||Sep. 12, 1864|
From the National Aegis, 10 June 1876:
"The town authorities have recently set thirty-four tablets over graves of deceased Union soldiers buried there. The town's roll of honor includes fifty-six names, but the other twenty-two graves have been provided with headstones by friends.
The tablets are of zinc bronze, 26 inches in height, with raised letters and bearing a design including the flag and seal of the United States. The names of the deceased thus honored...."
Henry was a gunsmith by trade and served in Co G, 2nd Regiment Heavy Artillery, Massachusetts Volunteers. Died as a prisoner of war.
Note: this is believed to be a cenotaph, as Henry died at Andersonville, where there is a headstone for him.
Millbury Central Cemetery
Created by: DaurRegt
Record added: Oct 14, 2012
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