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2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery      
Company E
Louis Alphonse Jaeger - Private   
Born in Colmar (France) on the 11th of March 1836, dead in Algeria the 10th of July 1899
Contact Name:  Desjardins
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Date Added:  11/10/2006
Company H
Alfred Cable - Private   
Alfred Cable, a stonecutter from Washington, CT, enlisted in the 19th CT Vol Infantry on Aug 11, 1862. The 19th was changed by an order from the war dept to an artillery unit on November 23, 1863. Alfred was wounded at the Battle of Cedar Creek on Oct 19, 1864 and discharged on June 9, 1865. Engagements, Spottsylvania May 22-24 1864, Tolopotomy May 28, 1864, Hanover Court House May 30, 1864, Cold Harbor June 1,1864, Cold Harbor June 2-12, 1864, Petersburg June 20-26, 1864, Winchester Sept 19,1864 Fisher's Hill Sept 22,1864 and Cedar Creek Oct 19,1864
Contact Name:  Daughterof2ndheavies
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Date Added:  6/28/2007
Company I
Charles Wright - Private   
Charles Wright, a farmer from Roxbury CT, enlisted in the 2nd CT Heavy Artillery Unit on Dec 30, 1863. He was wounded at the Battle of Cedar Creek on Oct 19, 1864 and recieved a disability discharge Jan 30, 1865. Engagements Spottsylvania May 22-24 1864, Tolopotomy May 28, 1864, Hanover Court House May 30, 1864, Cold Harbor June 1, 1864, Cold Harbor June 2-12, 1864, Petersburg June 20-26 1864, Winchester Sept 19,1864 Fisher's Hill Sept 22,1864 and Cedar Creek Oct 19, 1864
Contact Name:  Daughterof2ndheavies
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Date Added:  6/28/2007
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