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19371 Marcus E Warner 141st PA Inf  Ink
signed CDV of Warner and his wife. 3 cent
revenue stamp no back mark. The regiment
reached the field of Gettysburg on the
evening of July 1, after a most fatiguing
march.  On the next day it went into position
at the angle of Sickles' line, on the right of the
Peach Orchard, which was the most exposed
part of the whole field.  Its action was most
heroic throughout the day, during which it
sustained fearful losses.  It went into action on
that morning with 198 men, and lost during
the battle 136 in killed, wounded and missing,
or nearly 70 per cent of its numbers.  $185  

Marcus E. Warner

Residence Bradford County PA;
Enlisted on 8/22/1862 as a 1st Sergeant.

On 8/22/1862 he mustered into "D" Co. PA
141st Infantry
He was Mustered Out on 5/28/1865 at
Washington, DC

* 1st Lieut 12/5/1863
* Capt 12/20/1864