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Pvt Andrew Jackson McKenney
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Birth: unknown
Death: Oct. 30, 1865

14 Mass Inf.

Son of Abraham & Betsey McKenney.
Brother of Sgt William Hambleton McKinney.

On 10 April 1862, in Londonderry, New Hampshire, he married Angeline M. Boyce.

Note: His brother, Sgt William McKinney's stone is next to him.
12 Oct 2008: The broken stone behind the military stones is the original stone for the brothers, Andrew & William.

Biographical data and notes:
- Pre-enlistment occupation: Shoemaker
- Andrew J. McKenney died at Londonderry, NH

Enlistment:
- Residing in Derry, NH at time of enlistment
- 21 years of age at time of enlistment
- Enlisted on Jul 5 1861 as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into B Company, 1st Heavy Artillery (Massachusetts) on Jul 5 1861
- Mustered out from 1st Heavy Artillery (Massachusetts) on Jul 8 1864 (MO while absent wounded)

Listed as:
- Wounded on May 19 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, VA

Sources for the above information:
- Massachusetts Soldiers, Sailors and Marines in the Civil War, (Adjutant General, 1931-37)
- First Regiment of Heavy Artillery, Massachusetts Volunteers, (Regimental Assn, 1917)

Note that the spelling on his stone of his surname is incorrect.
 
 
Burial:
Forest Hill Cemetery
East Derry
Rockingham County
New Hampshire, USA
Plot: Historic Section - East
 
Created by: D. J. Goldman
Record added: May 26, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27108660
Pvt Andrew Jackson McKenney
Added by: D. J. Goldman
 
Pvt Andrew Jackson McKenney
Added by: D. J. Goldman
 
Pvt Andrew Jackson McKenney
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How wonderful to be found again, remembered today and forevermore...
- Laura Zak-Smith
 Added: Oct. 12, 2009
On this Memorial Day, I think you wanted to be found. I have "worked" that section where you are many times and never saw your stone. Today only a small corner was showing & I was determined to know who you were. Imagine my surprise when I uncovered no...(Read more)
- Rewrite
 Added: May. 26, 2008
 
 
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