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Fiedley From Other States

Personal Information

Last Name First Name Middle Name Suffix
Fiedley John H.

Death Information

Date of Death Cause of Death City of Death State of Death
1863-08-03Chester or PhiladelphiaPennsylvania

Burial Information

Cemetery City or County State or Country
Philadelphia National CemeteryPhiladelphiaPennsylvania

Military Information

Company Regiment State Branch
K 28 Virginia Infantry

Prisoner of War Information

POW Camp Begin Date End Date Known Date Note
Unknown, Chester or Philadephia, PA 0000-00-00 1863-08-03 0000-00-00


Common marker reads; Erected by the UNITED STATES to mark the burial place of 184 Confederate Soldiers and Sailors. As shown by the records, who, while Prisoners of War, died either at Chester, Pa., and where there buried. Or at Philadelphia and were buried in Glenwood Cemetery, and whose remains were subsequently removed to this Cemetery, where the individual graves cannot now be identified.


Reference Name Reference URL
Confederate Monument, Philadelphia National Cemetery, Philadelphia, PA
Register of Confederate Soldiers, Sailors, and Citizens Who Died in Federal Prisons and Military Hospitals in the North, 1861-1865. National Archives Microfilm Publication M918
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