People: The Civil War Era

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Members of the Farnsworth Post of the Grand Army of the Republic gather at St, Paul's Church, Memorial Day 1887.

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James Hyde: Zouave soldier buried at St. Paul's.

James Polite: Former slave from S.C. served with the Union Army and buried at St. Paul's.

Matthew J. Graham: Fought at Antietam, buried at St. Paul's, wrote about his regiment.

Daniel Lawlor: 'Fighting 69th' Civil War Veteran, buried at St. Paul's.

Jacob Ham: A Civil War soldier, buried at St. Paul's, who served with "Old Steady", the 128th New York Volunteer Infantry.

Civil War Soldiers Who Died in Service: This is an account of those of whom are buried at St. Paul's.

George Carter: Civil War Veteran

Frederick Whittaker: Custer's First Biographer

Hiram Slagle: Lost, then found Civil War soldier.

Dr. Charles S. Taft

Stephen Hunt: Civil War Veteran. His life centered upon St. Paul's.

Michael McLaughlin: The Long Road of a Civil War Sailor to St. Paul's.

Harmon Bloodgood: The only Civil War veteran buried at St. Paul's

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