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Pvt Charles Knappenberger

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Pvt Charles Knappenberger Veteran

Birth
Monroe County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death
1 Dec 1862 (aged 21–22)
Frederick, Frederick County, Maryland, USA
Burial
Sharpsburg, Washington County, Maryland, USA Add to Map
Plot
Section: Penn; Row 5; Grave 4050
Memorial ID
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CHARLES KNAPPENBERGER
(1840-1862)

Charles was born 1840 in Monroe County, PA and died 1 December 1862 from the wounds he suffered at the Battle of Antietam (Maryland) on 17 September 1862. The casualty sheet lists him as being wounded with the 28th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry near Sharpsburg, Maryland and states he was part of the 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, 12th Corps.

He is buried at Antietam National Cemetery in grave 4050 with his name misspelled as "Knoppenberger" on the stone.

Charles joined the 28th Pennsylvania Infantry on 17 August 17 1861 and was mustered in 30 August 1861. After being wounded, he was transferred to the 147th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company C.

Charles was the son of Thomas Knappenberger of Carbon County (1809-1857) and grandson of Henry Knappenberger, Jr. (1781-1833).

Additional Information
Charles Knoppenberge*
Residence was not listed;
Enlisted on 8/20/1861 as a Private.
On 8/20/1861 he mustered into "N" Co. PA 28th Infantry
He was transferred out on 10/28/1862
On 10/28/1862 he transferred into "C" Co. PA 147th Infantry
He died of wounds on 12/1/1862 at Frederick, MD
He was listed as: Wounded 9/17/1862 Antietam, MD
CHARLES KNAPPENBERGER
(1840-1862)

Charles was born 1840 in Monroe County, PA and died 1 December 1862 from the wounds he suffered at the Battle of Antietam (Maryland) on 17 September 1862. The casualty sheet lists him as being wounded with the 28th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry near Sharpsburg, Maryland and states he was part of the 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, 12th Corps.

He is buried at Antietam National Cemetery in grave 4050 with his name misspelled as "Knoppenberger" on the stone.

Charles joined the 28th Pennsylvania Infantry on 17 August 17 1861 and was mustered in 30 August 1861. After being wounded, he was transferred to the 147th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company C.

Charles was the son of Thomas Knappenberger of Carbon County (1809-1857) and grandson of Henry Knappenberger, Jr. (1781-1833).

Additional Information
Charles Knoppenberge*
Residence was not listed;
Enlisted on 8/20/1861 as a Private.
On 8/20/1861 he mustered into "N" Co. PA 28th Infantry
He was transferred out on 10/28/1862
On 10/28/1862 he transferred into "C" Co. PA 147th Infantry
He died of wounds on 12/1/1862 at Frederick, MD
He was listed as: Wounded 9/17/1862 Antietam, MD

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