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Re: William C. DeGraw
Posted by: GLENN VAN NOY (ID *****5659) Date: October 09, 2003 at 01:01:18
In Reply to: William C. DeGraw by GLENN VAN NOY of 363

The listing Re: William C.DeGraw is incomplete. I accidently posted it prematurely. It should read:
William C.(Cooley?)DeGraw was a prisoner of the Confederacy at Andersonville Prison, Andersonville Georgia. He died of a disease contracted while a prisoner on or about the day he was to be exchanged for a Confederate prisioner of the North. Undocumented information indicates the he was captured at the Battle Of Wilderness. He was a member of the 2nd Regiment of the New Jersey infantry on a roll dated February 25, 1864.

He was my Great Grandfather.
He and his wife, Mary Jane DeGraw were residents of Wyoming County Pennsylvania at the time of his enlistment.
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