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Re: looking for info. on Daniel Delcamp,Sch. County,PA
Posted by: sandra mummert Date: February 08, 2002 at 18:20:19
In Reply to: Re: looking for info. on Daniel Delcamp,Sch. County,PA by sandra mummert of 113

P.S. I believe the LLewellyn inscriptions should read:

William (H. Delcamp) 1964. He was killed in May 1864 from a wound received in the Wilderness.

Daniel was wounded, but survived, also at Wilderness (Spotsylvania). They were both in the 50th PA Vol, William was a corporal in Company A when he died. I can't find any records or anything on the internet that mentions another William Delcamp in the Civil War from Schuylkill County.

Augustus Delcamp was in Company G of the 6th PA Vol., saw very little action. This regiment was also known as the Llewellyn Rifles.

I'm still a rookie at this.


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