People: The Civil War Era

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


Henry Schlote, Served with Two German Regiments in the Union Army

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

Last updated: July 23, 2015

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