Co. H 16th Regt C. V.
New England Historical Genealogical Register 85:159
A surgeon wrote that 16th Connecticut Captain Frederick M. Barber incurred a "minie ball wound to the right femur" when A.P. Hill's battle-ending counterattack crumpled his regiment. The entire leg was amputated, and he died on September 20, 1862.
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