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Here is some information below. He is buried at Harrington Cemetery in Northampton, OH. It could also be Northampton Cemetery
Name: Enlistment Age: 21 Birth Date: abt 1840 Enlistment Date: 11 Oct 1861 Enlistment Rank: Private Muster Date: 11 Oct 1861 Muster Place: Ohio Muster Regiment: 9th LA Muster Regiment Type: Artillery Muster Information: Enlisted Rank Change Date: 1 Dec 1862 Rank Change Rank: Corpl Imprisonment Date: 17 Sep 1862 Imprisonment Place: Cumberland Gap, Kentucky Muster Out Date: 12 Aug 1864 Muster Out Place: Bridgeport, Alabama Muster Out Information: died disease Side of War: Union Survived War?: No Was POW?: Yes Burial Place: Chattanooga, Tennessee Cemetery: Chattanooga National Cemetery Title: Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio; Roll of Honor of Ohio Soldiers
i still live by Harrington cemetery and we have no record of burying him here…nor does Chattanooga
the other possible. Hence my dilemma; looking for a record of shipping him to Ohio or Chattanooga.
The Grave Registration Form at the top was directly from the Ohio Graves registration look at the location of the burial. location and block number.
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