|Death: ||Jul. 19, 1913|
1st Lieut., 88th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Co. D.
Mustered In:August 31, 1861
Promoted to 1st Sergeant;
Wounded at Laurel Hill, May 8, 1864;
Promoted to 1st Lt.,January 16, 1865;
discharged June 12, 1865, for wounds received in
The funeral of Charles Hunter a veteran of the Civil War, took place yesterday afternoon from the home of his son, Dr. Robert J. Hunter. 342 North Sixty-third street. Mr. Hunter served with the Eighty-eighth Pennsylvania Volunteers and was wounded at Spottsylvania Court House. He was attended by an army nurse, Miss Hebner, and a romantic attachment was founded, which resulted in their marriage after the war. After his wound healed he saw active service the closing scenes of the war.
War Veteran Interred 23 July 1913 Philadelphia Inquirer
HUNTER – 19th inst. At McKeesport, Pa. CHARLES HUNTER, formerly of 2705 Powelton ave. Phila.
Relatives and friends also survivors of the 88th Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers invited to services. Tues. 2 P.M. residence of son, Dr. Robert J. Hunter. 342 N 63rd at Phila. Interment Mount Moriah.
Mortuary Notice 22 July 1913 Philadelphia Inquirer
Mount Moriah Cemetery
Created by: Todd Leiss
Record added: Jul 16, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 93721198