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(6-2006This is the grave of John Cope who served in Co. "F" 155th PA Volunteer Infantry. He died Jan. 4, 1863 and was originally buried at Stafford. His grave is number 5482, but in the book UNDER THE MALTESE CROSS (155th Regimental History) he is listed as Sec B. Division C, Grave #217
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(6-2006Cpl Edwin D. Carpenter of Co "C" 155th PA Vol. Inf. lies buried in the Fredericksburg National Cemetery next to his comrades. In the regimental history his grave location is listed as Sec B, Div C, Grave #215. Under the newer system his grave is marked with just a number at the top, his name, and the initials PA for Pennsylvania. He is among the few men with known graves
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(6-2006This marker is typical of most graves at Fredericksburg National Cemetery. It has a numeral to identify the space and a numeral to indicate the number of bodies in the gravesite. There are 12,770 soldiers who lie buried here whose names are known but to God
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  (7-2006Enlarge View from the 5th Corps monument
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