|Birth: ||Dec. 27, 1843|
|Death: ||Mar. 9, 1863|
Conrad enlisted for Civil War army service in Company D, 10th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, October 17, 1862 as a private for a term of 3 years. He died of typhoid at the 300-bed U.S. General Army Hospital at Cleveland, Ohio. The Hospital was located in Brooklyn Township on the south side of the Cuyahoga River outside of the Cleveland city limits, on what was called University Heights at that time. University Heights, not to be confused with the eastern Cleveland suburb of University Heights, is now called the East Tremont neighborhood. Brooklyn Township was not annexed to the City of Cleveland until after the Civil War. The Hospital was located across the street from Camp Cleveland. The Hospital and Camp were separate entities. After the Civil War all Hospital and Camp Cleveland buildings were dismantled and with all of the equipment, sold at public auction. There are absolutely no reminants of those structures left today although the street patterns are the same with some of their names changed.
Note: Loose papers of cemetery surveys from county gen projects, collected at ES FHC in Jacksonville FL
Plot: Block: A. Row: 6. Grave: 15.
Maintained by: William Stark
Originally Created by: Barbara Cox
Record added: Feb 29, 2012
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