|Birth: ||Apr. 23, 1839|
|Death: ||Feb. 16, 1925|
New York, USA
Lorenzo was a Civl War Veteran. He enlisted in Company E, 42nd Infantry Regiment Pennsylvania on 31 May 1861. He became a prisoner-of-war on 26 June 1862 at Mechanicsville, VA and was later wounded on 13 December 1862 at Fredericksburg, VA.
The Wellsboro Agitator, June 28, 1911:
The Seven-Days Fight
Forty-nine years ago this week the famous "Bucktails" were under fire in the seven days battle in front of Richmond, beginning at Mechanicsville and ending at Melvern Hill. Two companies of this regiment were recruited in Tioga county. It was in this battle that Capt. Phil Hollands and Orrin Stebbins, who was the Agitator's correspondent known as "Colonel Crockett," were killed and many of the Bucktails wounded or captured.
So far as is known, the only survivors of the two companies under Capt. Phil Hollands and Capt. Alanson E. Niles are as follows: A. K. Sayles, Westfield; Eli B. Seamons, Westfield; Luther Wiles, Nelson; J. V. Morgan, Wellsboro; Wallace M. Moore, Iowa; E. A. Allen, Washington D.C.; LORENZO CATLIN, Charleston; William W. English, Delmar; John English, Morris; James Olmstead, Tiadaghton; B. B. Potter, Michigan; William Pitts, Mansfield; Eugene Stone, Delmar; O. B. Stone, Corning; A. F. Spicer, Washington state; Henry Varner, Corning; Peter B. Wallbridge, Wellsboro; Geo. A. Ludlow, Aberdeen, South Dakota; George O. Derby, Wellsboro; Jacob Cole, Wellsboro.
Sarah Lyon Catlin (1840 - 1915)*
Catlin Hollow Cemetery
Created by: GG
Record added: Feb 20, 2012
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