Died of battle wounds sustained 6 Apr 1862 in Shiloh, Tennessee.
Joseph Carpenter Quiner was listed as "Private Joseph C. Quinn" of Company B of the 16th Wisconsin Infantry, Section: Unknonw, Grave Number: Unknown of Shiloh National Cemetery, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee
Initial interment site as recorded in Roll of Honor Volume XX, 1869: Savannah, Tennessee.
Watertown Republican Newspaper (abbreviated Wttn Rep) May 16, 1862
In the personal column: We understand that Joseph Quiner, of Concord, a member of company B, 16th regiment from this state, died in the hospital at Savannah, Tenn., April 28th, from wounds received at the battle of Shiloh.
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Categories: 16th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry, United States Civil War | Battle of Shiloh | Wounded in Action, United States of America, United States Civil War | Shiloh National Cemetery, Shiloh, Tennessee | Died of Wounds, United States of America, United States Civil War