Born This Day in 1842 ~ Corporal Isaac Newton WYCOFF

TITLE: Battle of Kenesaw Mountian [i.e., Mountain]--June 27, 1864--Union (Gen. Sherman, com.) ... Conf. (Gen. Johnston, Com.) ... CREATED/PUBLISHED: c1891. by Kurz and Allison This work has been identified as being free of known restrictions under copyright law, including all related and neighboring rights.
TITLE: Battle of Kenesaw Mountain–June 27, 1864–Union (Gen. Sherman, com.) … Conf. (Gen. Johnston, Com.) …
CREATED/PUBLISHED: c1891.
by Kurz and Allison. This work has been identified as being free of known restrictions under copyright law, including all related and neighboring rights.
Name: Isaac Newton WYCOFF
Birth: 13 April 1842; Ross Township, Jefferson County, Ohio
Parents: Isaac WYCOFF and Catherine Ann R. FRYE
Spouse: Never Married
Death: 27 June 1864; *Marietta, Cobb County, Georgia
Relationship to Hollie: maternal 1st cousin 4x removed
* Killed in action at Battle of Kennesaw Mountain.
Corporal, Co. G., 52nd Regiment OVI
Burial at Marietta National Cemetery. Cenotaph (monument) at Richmond Union Cemetery, OH.
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