BURNSIDE  CARBINE  & SABER
of
Pvt. William H. Stackpole Co. C 2nd Maine Cavalry
(Died in 1866 of tuberculosis contracted in the Civil War)
Surgeon George W. Martin
6th Maine Inf. / 4th Maine Inf.
then
2nd Maine Cavalry
in the field
unidentified Private
2nd Maine Cavalryman


Sgt. William Dunlap
3rd Maine Infantry
wounded at Fair Oaks,
Va.
discharged for disability
re-enlisted
2nd Maine Cavalry
and died of disease,
Tallahassee, Fla.
unidentified
2nd Maine
Cavalryman
&
mascot
Lt. Silas C. Barker & Wife Sarah
2nd Maine Cavalry
(taken in Woolsey, Florida)
Saddle Bags of George W. Cross
who was an 18 year old Gardner
Maine resident when he enlisted
and was mustered in as a Private
just three days before Christmas in
1863.  He served in Co. I, 2nd
Maine Cavalry promoting to
Corporal before mustering out with
his regiment in December 1865.  
Active in the G. A. R., Cross’s
membership medal sporting the
eagle suspension bar and yellow of
a national officer in the veteran
organization.  
Pvt. Henry Black
2nd Me. Inf.  
POW-Bull Run
then
2nd Maine Cavalry
Sgt. Charles H. Haggett
4th Maine Infantry & the 28th
Maine
then
2nd Maine Cavalry
unidentified Private
Co. B 2nd Maine Cavalry
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