|Death: ||Feb. 13, 1865|
Private, Co. E, 88th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment
Mustered In: September 30, 1864
Wounded: February 7, 1865 at the Dabney's Mill, VA
Dies: February 13, 1865: Bryner dies in a Baltimore hospital and is buried in the Louden Park Cemetery.
Hospital Number, 154. §
Joseph Bryner, age 19, Priv. Co E, 88th Penna. Vols.; admitted from City Point, February 11th, 1865.
Patient came in delirous ; pulse 120 ; could give no connect-ed account of his history ; stated that the ball was extracted at the place of entrance. Abdomen tumid and excessively tender could not bear pressure. States that his appetite was good and that his functions were regular. His delirium in 24 hours assumed a low muttering form from which he did not rally. Died, February 13th, 1865.
Case reported by W. G. SMULL,
A. A. Surg., U. S. A
CO E 88 REGT PA INF
Loudon Park National Cemetery
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