Deaths of Soldiers in the Hospitals in and about New York From August 5 to August 12, 1864, cover page of New York Tribune, New York, Saturday, August 13, 1864. Reported weekly by A. J. Case, Government Undertaker, No. 297 Grand Street, N. Y.
Names in this online transcription include Albert, Atwood, Barber, Barton, Bates, Belford, Blake, Borress, Bowers, Bowlett, Brigham, Broughton, Brown, Bryant, Bunton, Carpenter, Carroll, Carter, Caughlin, Chase, Cobb, Coyle, Cummings, Decker, Delameter, Demel, Derey, Dermady, Divins, Edson, Elliott, Fanrow, Fitzpatrick, Foss, Foster, Frank, Hall, Hamblin, Hart, Herrick, Hicks, Hilton, Houley, Huntsmon, Jackson, Jarvis, Lintner, Logan, Malowe, McHenry, Mock, Morris, Neale, Nichols, O'Hara, O'Neill, Perry, Platt, Powers, Roads, Roberts, Rook, Sheridan, Shippy, Shute, Smith, Sneyder, Stahl, Strous, Sutherland, Taylor, Toser, Tubb, Turk, Van Wormer, Varudell, Ward, Welch, White, Wolverton, Wood.
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