|Patrick E. Connor||Pvt||Co. E, 7th NH Vols||December 26th||chronic dysentery|
|Peter Young||Pvt||Co. E, 76th PA Vols||December 26th||heart disease|
|William Schofield||Co. C, 7th Conn Vols||December 27th||dysentery|
|Theodore Bowers||Sgt||Co. H, 7th Conn Vols||December 29th||sore throat – diptheria|
|Thos. M. Lancaster||Pvt||Co. D, 97th PA Vols||December 29th||sore throat – diptheria|
|Isaac Wike||Cpl||Co. F, 55th PA Vols||December 26th||chronic dysentery|
|Jeremiah Cramer||Pvt||Co. D, 76th PA Vols||January 11th|
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