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The Obituary of William J. Wray, Company F, 23rd Pennsylvania Volunteers. He died on June 1st 1919 at the home of his brother Albert Wray. This obituary was from the June 4th 1919, Philadelphia Inquirer. He was buried in American Mechanics Cemetery in Philadelphia which was removed in 1951 as part of The "Diamond Project". His remains were removed on September 11, 1951 and transfered to Philadelphia Memorial Park and reburied on September 13th, 1951. He is buried at Philadelphia Memorial Park in Frazier,PA. He was a Member of The Free and Accepted Masons Lodge # 9 in Philadelphia. He was a Medal of Honor Reciepient of Fort Stevens, in Washington,D.C. and wounded at The Battle of 1st Fredericksburg on December 12th 1862. Photos of William J. Wray can be seen at Original Photos, Page 9, and his grave site atVirtual Cemetery, Page 8.
The Obituary of William Schutretter, Company A 23rd Pennsylvania Volunteers. He died on December 28th 1922 in Gettysburg Pennsylvania. This obituary was from the Saturday December 22nd 1922, Gettysburg Compiler. He is buried at The Gettysburg National Cemetery. You can view his Gravesite on The Virtual Cemetery. God Bless William Schutretter , Rest in Peace!
The Obituary of Robert L. Orr of The 23rd PA Company L. He died on November 14th 1894 in Philadelphia. This obituary is from The Philadelphia Ledger. He was buried in Monument Cemetery in Philadelphia which was removed in 1951 as part of The "Diamond Project". He is buried at Lawnview Cemetery in Rockledge , PA. God Bless Robert L. Orr, Rest in Peace!
The Obituary of 1st Sgt. Frederick Huber, Company F, 23rd Pennsylvania. He was killed at The Battle of Fair Oaks. on May 31st 1862. The Obituary is from The Gettysburg Compiler on June 15th 1862. God Bless Frederick Huber, Rest in Peace!
The Obituary of John Moffitt , Company F, 23rd PA. A resident of Pittsburg, he was wounded at The Battle of Fair Oaks. He is buried at Allegheny Cemetery in Pittsburgh. You can see a Photo of him on Original Photos, Page 15of the Website ,and his Grave site in the Virtual Cemetery Page 4
The Obituary of Captain Henry A. Marchant, killed at The Battle of Cold Harbor., June 1st 1864.




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