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My ancestor was with the 12th Ohio Cavalry when Captain Alexander was killed. I found information in Jonathan Songers obituary that George L Andrews was on picket duty with Songer when the attack happened. Songer was wounded in the knee. In 1871, Songer's wound reopened, and lockjaw set in. Above is a link to the story .
Carpenter Cemetery, Perryville Julie, Thank you so much for recording this cemetery with photos and information! I'm related to many of the folks there, so I'm extremely grateful to you for taking the time and interest in this cemetery. Sandy