|Death: ||Oct. 16, 1901|
Cpl, Co.B, 88th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment.
Mustered In: September 11, 1861
Corporal Lewis W. Bonnin, Company B. Corporal Bonnin was wounded in hip at Gettysburg while carrying the flag; he managed to save the flag,but not himself and was captured by Confederates. Paroled, he was later
transferred to the Veteran Reserve and discharged on September 11, 1864.
Bonnin – Suddenly on October 16, 1901, Louis W. Bonnin in his 64th year. Funeral on Saturday at 1:30 o'clock from his late residence No. 128 East Washington lane, Germantown. Harmony Chapter, No 52, Stephen Girard Lodge, No 450 F and A.M. Apollo Encapment No. 38; Oriental Castle No. 25. K.G. E Ellis Post, No 6. G.A.R. surviving members of the Eighty-Eighth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers; employees of Louis W. Bonnin and all other organizations of which he was a member are invited. Interment at the Fernwood Cemetery.
October 19, 1901 Philadelphia Inquirer
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Death Certificates Index, 1803-1915 about Louis W Bonnin
Louis W Bonnin
Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19 Oct 1891
Fernwood, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Created by: Todd Leiss
Record added: Aug 08, 2012
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