|Chas. H. Brown||Pvt||Co. G, 3rd NH Vols||September 8th||typhoid fever|
|Andrew J. Campbell||Pvt||Co. H, 3rd NH Vols||September 7th||typhoid fever|
|Lawrence Barrow||Pvt||Co. I, 47th Penn Vols||September 11th||pulmonary consumption|
|David H. Kipley||Pvt||Co. C, 7th NH Vols||September 9th||pneumonia|
|Fred. Kraezer||Cpl||Co. B, NY Vol Eng||September 10th||congestive fever|
|Jefferson Stephenson||Pvt||Co. K, 76th Penn Vols||September 11th||chronic diarrhea|
|John Lamb||Pvt||Co. E, 3rd RI Vols||September 9th||typhoid fever|
|George Bradley||Pvt||Co. B, 7th Conn Vol||September 9th||congestive fever|
|Benj. Davis||Pvt||Co. D, 97th Penn Vols||September 10th||dysentery|
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