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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

- 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.
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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Added by: D. J. Goldman
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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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