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I found him in Google Books.It says he enlisted on 19 Apr 1861, was wounded at the Battle of Antietam and then transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps; although this book says he was transferred to the Invalid Corps.I could find anything else, but if he was from the Civil War but was buried next to people from the Spanish American/ First World War I'd assume he lived many years afterwards.
@Jason - Thanks for the research. I think you may have found the right guy.The marker is in cemetary in Sandpoint, and many of the surrounding markers are just as old. A few larger family plots havemarkers dating from the early 1800s to 2008. We were told that the first white settlers arrived in the area in 1801, so the cemetary dates back nearly that far.
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