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Roll of Honor

(No. IX)

Names of Soldiers

Who Died in

Defense of the American Union

Interred in

New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Ohio,

Illinois, Wisconsin, Oregon, Maryland, South Carolina,

Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Missouri,

The Military Division of the Mississippi,

and The Territory of Dakota.


"The muffled drum's sad roll has beat
The soldier's last tattoo:
No more on life's parade shall meet
That brave and fallen few."


ROLL OF HONOR NO. XXIII
GENERAL ORDER} No. 82
Quartermaster General's Office
Washington, D. C., Oct. 8, 1866

The following reports of 29th September and 1st October, 1866, of Brevet Lieut. Col. James M. Moore, Assistant Quartermaster, U.S. Army, of the names of soldiers interred in U.S. cemeteries in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Missouri, the Military Division of the Mississippi, and the Territory of Dakota, are published by authority of the secretary of War for the information of surviving comrades and friends.

M.C. Meigs,
Quartermaster General, Brevet Major General U.S. A.

27th Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry
Roll of Honor
National Cemetery, Fort Snelling, Minnesota

No. Name Rank Co. Date of Death
36 Harding, H. P. Pvt. B Dec. 10, 1862 *
78 Sutton, Benjamin Pvt. H Oct. 13, 1862 *

* Indicates a discrepancy between the Roll of Honor and The Iowa Roster and Records of Iowa Soldiers in the War of the Rebellion. I recognize the difference, but have no way of knowing which (if either) is correct.