Cpt. Samuel Parker (1836 - 1864) 106th New York Co. C “Died of Wounds”

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Captain Samuel Parker was wounded in action at the “Battle of Fishers Hill” September 22, 1864 and died of his wounds October 1, 1864. He is a veteran who died gallantly in battle of the glorious 106th New York Regiment Company C. The obituary has a word I can’t read legibly “engaged in getting out ???? Doors” I think it says sash? Need help interpreting for clarity. Also any collaboration in the 106th is appreciated all the men of Companies A, B, H have been added. Much work to be done in connecting the 106th N.Y.V.

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in Genealogy Help by Andrew Simpier G2G6 Pilot (275k points)

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The sash doors makes sense.  In the 1860 U.S. Census, he is listed as a "carpenter." 1860 U.S. Census, Ogdensburg, Saint Lawrence County, New York, pop. sch. 330, dwell. 1346, fam. 1287, and a sash door is one with windows.


by Roger Stong G2G6 Pilot (190k points)
selected by Andrew Simpier

There was a sash and door factory in that county. http://slcha.org/quarterly/issues/v020no4.pdf

This is great! Never would of guessed. A man of his times! Interesting! Thank you. yes

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