|JARVIS BLINN, 14th CONNECTICUT CAPTAIN:|
From New Britain, Conn., he was shot through the heart and died on William Roulette's farm.
The Roulette farmhouse is in the background. (CLICK ON IMAGE TO ENLARGE.)
|GEORGE CROSBY, 14th CONNECTICUT LIEUTENANT:|
From Middle Haddam, Conn., Crosby was mortally wounded on the William Roulette farm. He
had surgery in the Roulette spring house in the background. (CLICK ON IMAGE TO ENLARGE.)
|JOHN GRISWOLD, 11th CONNECTICUT CAPTAIN:|
From Old Lyme, Conn., he was mortally wounded while crossing Antietam Creek.
near Burnside Bridge. (CLICK ON IMAGE TO ENLARGE.)
|FREDERICK BARBER: 16th CONNECTICUT CAPTAIN:|
From Manchester, Conn., Barber was mortally wounded in John Otto's 40-acre cornfield.
(CLICK ON IMAGE TO ENLARGE.)
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