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Pvt Henry Clay Eakins
Birth: Oct. 1, 1845
Allegheny County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Mar. 30, 1864
Philadelphia County
Pennsylvania, USA

Company F
3rd Regiment
Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery
Civil War

Henry Clay Eakins was the son of Acting Master Samuel Eakins, U.S. Navy, and Christiann Moser of Philadelphia. Henry Clay Eakins enlisted as a Private in Company F, 152nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers (later designated the 3rd Regiment, Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery) on March 8th 1864. Shortly after mustering into his regiment at Camp Cadwallader, Henry contracted Typhoid Fever and was given a furlough to return home to recover. On March 30th Henry succumbed to the disease and was interred at Palmer Burial Ground. 
Family links: 
  Samuel Eakins (1812 - 1894)
  Christiana Moser Eakins (1810 - 1871)
  Samuel Eakins (1828 - 1900)*
  Edward Eakins (1832 - 1908)*
  George Eakins (1835 - 1922)*
  Catherine Eakins Quig (1836 - 1931)*
  Henry Clay Eakins (1845 - 1864)
  Annie Eakins Cramp (1850 - 1876)*
  William Henry Eakins (1876 - 1948)**
  Umberto A Eakins (1879 - 1953)**
  Gottardo Eakins (1881 - 1963)**
  Maria Giuseppa Stella Eakins Rogers (1883 - 1956)**
  Louis Samuel Eakins (1885 - 1952)**
  Helen Bonnie Eakins Damino (1888 - 1946)**
  Katherine Eakins (1892 - 1980)**
*Calculated relationship
Kensington Burial Ground
Philadelphia County
Pennsylvania, USA
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Record added: Jul 16, 2007
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Pvt Henry Clay Eakins
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You are not forgotten. Rest in peace.
- Sgt. William Pittenger Camp No. 21, SUVCW
 Added: Mar. 10, 2015
Never having the chance to live your life to the fullest or to have your dreams fulfilled, This shining star memorial is your destiny, so you will never be forgotten and to give your family comfort.
- Wayne Apgar
 Added: Oct. 11, 2009
rest in peace
- Buddy from Budd Lake
 Added: Nov. 25, 2008
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