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Pvt James Quinn

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Pvt James Quinn

Birth
Watkins Glen, Schuyler County, New York, USA
Death
25 Jun 1876 (aged 25–26)
Little Big Horn Battle Site, Big Horn County, Montana, USA
Burial
Crow Agency, Big Horn County, Montana, USA
Plot
In the mass grave at the top of Last Stand Hill
Memorial ID
8713424 View Source

Private, Company I, 7th US Cavalry. Killed in action during Custer's Last Stand by Sioux and Cheyenne Indians at the Battle of the Little Big Horn, along with most of the 7th Cavalry.

He enlisted on February 13, 1872, in Buffalo, New York, giving his previous occupation as Boatman. He had blue eyes, red hair, a light complexion, and was 5 feet, 6 inches tall. He was killed on Last Stand Hill, along with all of the soldiers of Custer's Column, and was initially buried where he fell. In 1878, the bodies of the soldiers were removed from their field burials and reinterred in a mass grave at the top of Last Stand Hill, where his body remains today. He was not married.

Private, Company I, 7th US Cavalry. Killed in action during Custer's Last Stand by Sioux and Cheyenne Indians at the Battle of the Little Big Horn, along with most of the 7th Cavalry.

He enlisted on February 13, 1872, in Buffalo, New York, giving his previous occupation as Boatman. He had blue eyes, red hair, a light complexion, and was 5 feet, 6 inches tall. He was killed on Last Stand Hill, along with all of the soldiers of Custer's Column, and was initially buried where he fell. In 1878, the bodies of the soldiers were removed from their field burials and reinterred in a mass grave at the top of Last Stand Hill, where his body remains today. He was not married.

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