In my last posting on Sergeant John S. Transue, I forgot to mention that he was a soldier with Company A of the 56th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. He was wounded twice during the Civil War; once at the Battle of South Mountain, and again on the first day of the Battle of Gettysburg. After the war, he moved to Kansas, where in died in February of 1897.
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