|Close-up of Civil War memorial on the village green in Litchfield, Conn.|
|Close-up of the grave of Francis Barber, a private in Company E in the 8th Connecticut. He died |
of disease in North Carolina on Jan. 30. 1862. "Death has no terror for me," his tombstone
reads. Barber is buried in West Cemetery in Litchfield.
|Memorial marker to the Wadhams brothers -- Henry, Luman and Edward -- at West Cemetery in|
Litchfield. The brothers died within 18 days of each other in Virginia in late spring 1864.
|Weathered flag on Francis Barber's grave.|
|Detail of a drum and ammunition pouches on the Civil War memorial |
on the village green in Litchfield.
"To John: From one hack to another."