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Pvt Tappan Sargent Eaton

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Pvt Tappan Sargent Eaton

Birth
Augusta, Kennebec County, Maine, USA
Death
25 Sep 1862 (aged 23)
Keedysville, Washington County, Maryland, USA
Burial
Jamaica Plain, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA
Memorial ID
50806792 View Source

Tappan Eaton, Company K, 35th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, died of wounds received during the Battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862. Per family and published information, his body was returned, along with nine others, to the Soldiers' Lot at the Forest Hills Cemetery, Roxbury, Massachusetts. A Findagrave volunteer confirmed that Tappan was buried in this cemetery, but could not identify his individual grave, as the stones in the area were all eroded to the point that inscriptions on them could not be read.

Tappan Eaton, Company K, 35th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, died of wounds received during the Battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862. Per family and published information, his body was returned, along with nine others, to the Soldiers' Lot at the Forest Hills Cemetery, Roxbury, Massachusetts. A Findagrave volunteer confirmed that Tappan was buried in this cemetery, but could not identify his individual grave, as the stones in the area were all eroded to the point that inscriptions on them could not be read.


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