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   Samuel M. Adams:
   Wounded and captured at Malvern Hill, Va. on July 1, 1862
   Died of wounds received at Cold Harbor, Va. on June 3, 1864
   Born in 1824
   Former GAR Post 330 which was located in McDonald, Pa. was named in his honor.
   Additional :
   John M. Boyce (1841-1916)  Melrose Cemetery, Bridgeville, Pa.
   Corporal / Company K / 1st. Pa. Cav. (44th Regiment)
   Mustered In : August 28, 1861   Mustered Out : February 4, 1865
   Wounded at Mine Run, Va. on November 27,1863
   Captured about 1 mile from White House Landing by a unit of Wade Hampton's Cavalry.
   Sent to Lynchburg Prison - Escaped but was recaptured
   Sent about 5 months at Libby, Belle Isle , Miller and Andersonville Prisons
   Was paroled at Andersonville by assuming the identity of a prisoner who had died (Code #40582)
   Thought you might be interested.
   John L. Kovach, Jr. 

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